Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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THURSDAY/ if PtT-Hf (law.) ABVANCi-3 Phyllis Scott Married • '•,••/,-••'. ', ••. . .1 . . ' ' Phyllis Joan Scott and Michael Lee Gilbert, Algona.Ywei'e^mar- ried Saturday, Sept. 10/7:30* p.m: in the First Lutheran chuich: Rev. Robert F. Lorenz performed the double ring ceremony. Parents of the bride and groom are Mrs. Julius Baas, Algona, and Glenn Scott, Tucson, Ariz., and the Raymond Gilberts, Algona. . ; ' . The bride was escorted to the ' Photo by Glenn's Studio. Bernau, Charles City, and Mrs. -Keith Rowley, Algona. Mrs. Larry Bergman served the punch. Opening the gifts were Mrs. Robert Haag, Algona, Mrs. Erby Shipler, Irvington, Francie Zeigler, Des Moines, and Mrs. Norm Peters, Humboldt. Waitresses were Linda Derbyshire, Mary Ann Lovstad and Janis Haag, ail *. 1B.W FJ4. AV* w TT tlU %fl?W\Sl VV- V* W VII'V* „ . . altar by her step-father, Julius, of Aigona. Baas,' and her attendants were I Guests came from Des Moines, Mrs/ Arnic Meyer, matroni of Humiboldt, Blairsburg, Corwith, honor, and .Mrs. Val Gene West- Cedar Falls, LuVerne, Esther- ling and Martha Gilbert, brides- vi'lle, Belmond, Garner, Burt, Ti- maids. Her personal attendant i tonka, Charles City and Blue was Mrs. Robert Toft, Des Moines. •John Gilbert, Cedar Falls, was best man and groomsmen were Earth, Minn. The couple will live in Ames where the groom is attending Iowa State university. • Sarchel president of Burl school board Burt— The Buipt school., board. Roger Brandow, Algona and Greg Johnson, Estherville. Ushers were Arnie Meyer, Algona, and Gary Bernau, Charles City. Jo Ellen Baas, Des Moines, soloist, was accompanied by Marilyn PaCtZ. „•.;;.:,. A reception was held at"iiotel"met. Monday evening, Sept. 19' Algona, with the Ralph Lindr and the newly elected directors, horsts and Tom Cogdalis hoits. Ronald Jurgens and Ronald Dy Anne Baas, Des Moines, had Gardner, and treasurer, H. E. the guest book. Mrs. HoWsird Ra'chut, Sr., were sworn in. Keh- Stephcnson, Algona, and Mrs. rieth S'archet was re-elected pres- Izettia Partello, Estherville, cut ident of' the board, Mrs. 0. H. the cake, with Ellie Movick and Graham is the secretary and the Linda Lovstad serving ics cream, other directors are Ed Smith, Jr. Pouring coffee were Mrs. Gary and Dr. M. I. Lichter. MACHINERY AUCTION Located 14 Mile East of Highway Junction 69 & 18, on our Lot, on Monday, September 26 at Gamer, Iowa Financing Available on any items needed John Deere Interest Free on tractors until March 1, 1967 SALE BEGINS AT 10:00 A.M. NEW MACHINES — John Deere 4020D, power shift, 35 hrs.; John Deere F620 416 plow; John Deere F120 314 mounted plow; 2 — John Deere No. 2 swath fluffers; John Deere No. 3 swath fluffer; John Deere No. 207 Gyromower stalk shredder; 2 Stan Hoist manure loaders with snow buckets; Stan Hoist No. 240 6x12 box mounted on Stan Hoist 8 ton gear and 7Va ton hoist, new tires; 3—Brady 18'/2 ft. pull type field' cultivators, folding wings; 5 h.p. Aqua-Jet motor, excellent for trolling; Kovar 4 section drag harrow and evener; Lindsay 7 section drag, set up for four tires; Lindsay P. T. 0. flare unloading web box; John Deere No. 110 tractor flotation tires; John Deere 38" lawn mower; John Deere No. 80 dump trailer, TRACTORS — John Deere 4010D, 18.4x34 tires, completely overhauled, excellent; John Deere 730 wide front, fenders, 15.5x38" tires,-like new; John Deere 620 wide front, dual hyd.; John Deere 70D, 'overhauled, painted; John Deere 70D, overhauled, painted, wide front; 1949 John Deere G, clean; John Deere G, 1947; John Deere G, old; John Deere gas A, average; John Deere A, runs; John Deere B, old but runs; John Deerfe 50, repainted, ready to go with John Deere 45W loader mounted with hyd. snow bucket & fork; John Deere 70 gas, overhauled, excellent rubber, wide front; I. H. C. 350 gas, spin out wheels, overhauled, new paint, excellent; I. H. C. C tractor, repainted; I. H. C. F30, good low rub ber, also have 2M picker, will be sold; W. C. tractor with No. 33 picker mtd.; Several Heat Housers. PICKERS — John Deere 227; Ford No. 16-44, 2 row, 960 mountings; JHC 2M, has F20 hookup; Allis Chalmers No. 33 mounted on WC tractor; John Deere 200; Minneapolis Moline picker sheller, PTO, 2 row pull type, with multilube, picked 300 acres, just like new. CULTIVATORS — John Deere AT64, rubber, like new; I. H. C. 455 with 3 cylinders and comp. rear; A-C 4 row, rubber for WD45 hookup. FIELD CULTIVATORS — John Deere 8' with wind extensions; Glenco 10' on rubber; Minneapolis Moline 11%' on rubber; Hudson JO ft. fert. spreader. PLANTERS — John Deere 494, Gandy insect, overhauled and painted; John Deere 490 offset fert. openers; Press tires, fert. attachment; 2 — John Deere 490 fert. attach, with press tires; Minneapolis Moline 4 row pull type on rubber. PLUS PLOWS, ROTORY HOES, HARROWS, MILLS, CHOPPERS AND BLOWERS, DISCS, HARROWS, SPREADERS, HAY TOOLS, COMBINES, LOADERS, ELEVATORS, STALK CUTTERS & MISCELLANEOUS. Everything listed will be sold regardless of price There will be additional items before sale because of daily selling and trading. Usual Auction Terms — Not responsible for Accidents All items to be settled for before moved — Free Loading JIM HOWIE JOHN DEERE QABNf B, IQWA & CXark — Auctioneers OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE ^w^ Wttf i '', Uw&j HERE! SHANKLESS - FULLY COOkED - ALL EXCESS PAf HOUSEHOLD NEEDS B °* Floorwax HHex BLEACH,5 49e CUTS — any thickness — |b. '-*• "I i HOME GROWN EASY OFF WINDOW SPRAY ESH H EASY OFF OVEN CLEANER HORMEL'S PORK SAUSAGE RED PONTIAC POTATOES SHOULDER BUTTS LEAN 20 Lb. 1 9 wialHm .. .,«« b ALL MEAT SLICED LARGE BOLOGNA USDA CHOICE BEEF BEST BLADE. CUTS R 0 A S T S FLAVOR KIST COOKIES 3 $ pkgs. Reg. $1.47 Value CHARMIN 60 Cnt. Pkg. BAKER'S OCONUT 14 Oz. Bag: PUFF'S 280 Cut. Box PILLSBURY Brownie Mix GLEEM Tooth Paste BUTTER KERNEL CUT Green FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 Lb. Can 1 Lb. Can 65< MANDALAY CRUSHED Pineapple 8 Oz. Can CREAMETTE Noodles Lb. Pkg. DESSERT Dream Whip COASTAL PINK FROZEN Gold Medal LEMONADE FLOUR 25 Lb, Bag 6 Oi. Cans Fresh Green Peppers GENERAL MILLS Wheaties >• Cheerios PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 22 THRU SEPT. 28 POLICY PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 15 THRU SEPT. ?1 You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At AH The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cafh by Shopping FAREWAY, AREWAY I ( ONOMU \\ 1 OOl) IMS 1 mi*l''ri(>\

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