*• ,> «»»»MMM»«»»MM»»M» dAltb OF THANKS — 1 am sifi- cerely grateful, ty friends and neighbors for tfoeliymany tats Of sympathy follouihg the Ibss of my mother, Afiifta Sutton. My , appreciation cannot ba adequate' ly expressed. Bemice. Alderson.. 102*' CARD OF THANKS — lfarfiun- lly of Mrs. Clara BolU& wish to express their heartfelt gratitude and thanks for the many acts of kindness shown to them , through prayers, masses and food donations. A special thanks to Jit. Rev. Msgr. Schultes, the ,,Sl*ters of St Francis and to all ^Heritage Rest Home. '102* CARD OE THANKS —To all ihy ; friends,, relatives and neighbors, who have been so thought' 'M with their,, cards; letters, gifts < and kind acts of helpfulness, to my wife and to me during my stay in the Dickinson County hospital': and,, since returning home. ' Thank you all, so very much. Arnold Meyer. 102* > • m ^tfB^k VB HI BHT • Wl IB BB my ffis^iF m m SELL- RENT • SWAP • Ml RE • BU> * SEzLL- RENT - SWAR • HIRE • BUY - SELL- RENT '> S tw * I 1^ *• J5 *! (t % <<v, i .=>,«.' it (.('.». "A ' 1 s teal Etteta ^^Wi •*r i P™« BUYING of SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? / If you want,either, one, call ARN1E RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAtv — off ice 295-2491, Algona; also firtij loans. AdvertiM In the Advance Largest PAID circulation FOR SALE — Older home on McGregor St. with, 2% lots. Immediate possession. Contact Carlson Farm Management, Algona, Iowa. 18wl024fn FARMS FOR SALE 200 Acres — 2 miles southwest .of Fenton. 160 Acres —;- 4 miles west of ;•;• Fehiton— on contract. RICKLEFS — GEELAN REAL ESTATE pooer Wr-$l with purchase of ""^—'^- iOhirtT M»»*<»M»»MM»»MI• ».•* *» A . • j_ ^ \ -i ' POO. Guaranteed Best Bliy 19w93tfn REED THE BIRDS THIS WINTER! *-. ••'• v^,,-!,,^".- , •',, .,. . ,..-..We have Sunflower seeds, Wild; Bird Feed, Cracker Corn or- arty mixture of the above feeds. Available from 5 to 100 lb.. bags. Call or stop in this week. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED 5-2701 South Phillips St. 295-2491 Algona, Iowa 102 Household Goods 1965 BUICK Sp«.ial V-6,4-door sodan, radio, 3-speed transmission. . 1965 BUICK Rivitra, 2-door ; Hardtop, power steering, ...,. power brakes. 1965 MERCURY Montclair 4-dr. with Breeieway window, power steering, power brakes, local car with 33,000 miles, Mercomatic, " red with white top. 1965 BUICK Wildcat 4 door, 23,000 miles, power steer' ing and brakes, radio, •- , automatic trans., white. 1964: FORD 4-door, radio, Fordo- matic,V,8. ; ,1964 CHEVROLET Chevelle Station Wagon, V-8, power ». steering, power brakes, . •. ..- white, color. 1964 PONT1AC Star Chief 4-dr., i power steering and brakes, . auto, trans., blue color with blue vinyl interior. 1964 PONTIAC Catalina 4-door Hardtop, radio, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, regular gas engine, local car. 1963 BUICK Electra 225 4-dr., power steering and brakes, dark maroon. 1963 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Hardtop, power steering and power brakes. 1963 CHEVROLET Impala 2-dr. Hardtop, Super Sport, . 4-speed transmission. 1963 PONTIAC Star Chief 4- door Hardtop, dark tur- quoit* color, full power, factory air conditioning. 1962 PONTIAC Tempest Con. vertible, radio, automatic trans., red with white top, white bucket seats. 1962 BUICK Electra 4-door sedan, oower steering, power brakes. 1962 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Hardtop, power steering; , and brakes, white color, 1962 CHEVROLET 9-passenger Station Wagon, V-8, Power Glide trans. 1961 BUICK 4-door Hardtop, cream color, power iteer- ing and brakes, auto, tra.ns. I960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, pow. er steering and brakes/ . automatic. I960 BUICK LeSabre 2-door Hardtop, power steering am) power brakes, 1960 CHEVROLET Station We. gon, Cylinder, automatic trans-, new tjres, very, very flean. SCHBLTZ BIOS, TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTER? Horn, of FOR SALE — Maytag Gas Dryer, 2 years old, yery reasonable, also 12 case egg' cooler. Phone 379-1281, Livermbre. ; 102-1* RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schroder Way. Rugs can be used the same day Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn Services NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grey* ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 NOW LISTED New 1% the time to list your Farm auction. The following are some of Hie date* already listed Jan. 4 — Harry Olson of Eas1 Chain, 11 a.m: Jan. 10 — Gerald Frank! of Irvihgtori, 10 a.m. Jan. 21 — John Beck of Es therville, dairy sale. If you are-planning an auc tion of any kind phone me ant I will be glad to discuss it with you. , Charley Quinn Phone 5061 Bancroft, Iowa Viola Studer v e»»»ee»Mee»ee»ee Mrs LN m tfett: amount ofV which check shall be forfeited f'th* bidder neglects or refuses to enter riftt confrtSst or to furrjlsh bond after his _____ LEONA C. BLEICH, Deceased, Prebert eeoeeeeeeeee'»»eeeeeeeee4 Help Wanted WANTED — Bookkeeper for office work at Welp's Feed Mill, Bancroft, Iowa. Must have working knowledge of bookkeeping and we will train for other duties that must be performed. Good salary, paid vacation and other benefits. Call or apply in person tp Welp's Feed Mill. James F. Welp, Manager, Bancroft, Iowa; Phone 4531. 50w99-102 91tfn MAN WANTED — with mechanical .ability and on the ( farjij ire service experience. Phone Delbert Ferguson, 4431, Bancroft, Fergie's Super Service. 20w98tfn Sunday guesits at the parertltal Herman Bode's were the iietH Prahaskas, Garner Bode, Algona, arid the ** Bodes. Christmas guests x of Laura Richter atld Jack the Ed Dusolds, Mason City, kiid Mrs. Joihn,Phil Richter and children. , Laura Riditer plansuto leave Jan.- 5 for Memphis, Tetifl. to visit her daughter/the K«n neth Rudstroms. Mi ; s« Richter's daughter, Mrs, Ed 'Dusold, .iiyill accompany hers.anid spendrva v/eek in the Rudstrom home.; The Harley, Peters^ of Triter were guests of his;mother, Mary Peters, Dec. 23. The George Detmfcrings, da, Vicki and Kathy spent^Siih- day in Iowa City with -the Li|<,her Nygaards. Luther 'Nj is a patient in University tal with a badly mangled hand. It became caught in a pp^i: t:ake-"0iff of a feed grindier. last v/eek.. • ••"••''•. ®' Guests at Charles Nygaard's Dec. 26 were their daughters; lie Cecil Glawes and the Bob Chambers, Corwith; their son hris, who attends Ames; Mjjlc- y Erpelding, Algona; Mrs. Myrle Egglcston, LuVerne; Beulah nd Doris Eggleston, West -D;JBS Moines.' The Nygaards attended a gathering of relatives Sunday at 'his mother, Mrs. Lizzie "Ijjy- jaard's, Livermore, and also, at icr mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston's, LuVerne. ;•' The Jim Lucases and Danny and Margaret Otis, Ames, and fane Otis, Minneapolis, weiv& holiday weekend guests -at the' parental, Edmund Otis's. Holiday weekend guests at >arental Albert Lickteig's flelen Liokteig, Nixon, ' who is spending two weeks h .he Richard Gilh'ans, Boone NOTICI TO AU ABOVE ENTITLED iESTATEi , Me. 90S* APPOINTMINT IN THF You are hereby notified that all persons Indebted 'to, said estate are requested to make immediate : payment,*to the undersigned, arid "creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly outheri- ticated, for allowance, -and unless so filed within six months from the .second publication of this .notice (unless /Otherwise allowed or paid) tuch claim shall thereafter be forever 1 barred. . .Dated this 20th day, of December, 1966. Arthur. A. Bleith Administrator, of said Estate Wesley, .. Iowa Address' Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt Attorneys for said Administrator Alqond, Iowa • Address Date of second publication :'•''. 2nd day of January, ]967i-..' ti .•;•.'.,• ' . . Published. in • the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa. Dec. 26, ,1966,;,on^,Jan. ,2^ 1967; >ropo*al, shall have been accepted. fh* Boird of County Supervisors serves the right to reject any and all bids, re- offers or proposals submitted and waive informalities in any bid, and to tH«, prdBMdr Which' It, deems to be ' hW- Boa , the.'County. NOTICE TO •IDDEM . NOTICE TO BIBBIM, .( Notice is hereby given thofsthe Board of Supervisors of Kossi will receive, sealed' bids iUth County, ; at; the. off! Iowa ice of. For Rent eee»«»«»»e»e»ee«e«eee»»e FOR RENT — My small house at 1120 E. North St. Reasonable nice. Gas heat. If interested ontact Milton G. Norton. Phone 295-2648 or 295-3836. 24wlOOtfn FOE RENT — Storage space, 90 ft. by 23 ft. Alley entrance. Dr. Clapsaddle, 295-2244. 14w99tfn FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in, call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona, ISwlOtfn I ill 1111II11 H III rrn4 WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store Hogs e»»eee«ee«»eeee»eeeeeeee FOR SALE — Fall Hampshire yearling boars. Vac.- and tested. Also open Gilts. Joseph Skow Wesley. 17w98-J FOR SALE — Purebred S. P. F Duroc Boars. Gail Wolf, Lu Verne, Iowa. Telephone Corwith 583-2435. 13w98 FOR SALE — Duroc Boars. Top quality and breeding. P. M Christensen, Lone Rock, la. 12w85tfn Form Machinery FOR SALE — 1963 3010 John Deere Gas tractor, very gooc condition. Reason for selling, (in service). Phone Lone Rock 925 4153. 19w90tfn Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, in the Counfy. Court. House, Algona, Iowa, until the 21st day of February,' 1967, at 2:00 o'clock - P. >»., Central Standard Time, fbr. furnishing i labor, nrip^ terials and equipment required tp construct improvements to < Kossuth County Drainage District No. 23,' a't which-time and place the. bids Will be.'publicly opened and read aloud. ' The work to be performed is located in the east quarter 'of & Section .10; ; the .north half and the southwest quarter of Section 11; and the northwest quarter ,of Section 12, all in >Townshlp 97 'North,' Range 30 West _ of the Fifth Principal Meridian (Fenton Township, Kossuth County, Iowa). , . ', .... • •.-.,.. The work to be performed consists of furnishing labor, and materials -,fo install approximately 7,550 linear feet of 32- inch drain tile, approximately 700"linear feet of 20-inch drain tile, and miscellaneous associated work for constructing a relief tile, line beside the Drainage District's existing main tile from the outlet of the drainage system to a point near the northwest corner of the, northeast quarter of the southeast quarter, of ' Section 10. The work includes constructing tile crossings across two gravelled county roads. All proposed work will be Included' in one contract. All proposals shall be submitted in duplicate on a proposal form which will be provided by the County Auditor or by the Engineer and shall be delivered in a sealed envelope to the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Kossuth County Court House, Algona. Iowa, on or before the time for receiving bids as stated above. : All proposals shall be accompanied by a check certified by an Iowa bank in an amount not less than ten percent (10%] of the bid, payable to the County Auditor, Kossuth County, Iowa, or his order, the L'.M^IA.TITIT.• ;•* ^i 1 ^ ^T- •, ., V The Board of County Supervisors reserves the right to defer acceptance of any proposal for a period of not to exceed twenty (20) calendar days from the date of the letting. The Contractor will be. paid In drainage WaifdrttS orOhe basis ** of ,• monthly estimates ,and 6ne' final payment in accordance, with provisions of; Sections 455.110 and 455,1)3, Code of Iowa, 1966. Warrants will bear interest ot the fate of ' percent per annum .from the date c*< their; registration at the' office 6f thfe County Treasurer until tailed fof paymen by the County Treaiur-rJ \, c The successful bidder shall furnish performance bond in the amount of 75 percent of the contract price, which born shall comply with the * requirements" o Section 455.43, Code of Iowa, 1966, orw which bond shall be drawn in favor o 'Kossuth County (Iowa') Drainage Distric No. 23.' £ ' . The Contractor shall start construction on or before ,Moy 1, 1967, and shal complete construction on or before June 10, I967>;i •'•• *..% •• ••• • Plans) and specif [canons' are now on file-in the 1 office, of the County Audito of Kossuth, County,' Algono, \o<f/a. Cop es may' be obtained from Kruse Engineering Service, Spencer, Iowa. fij deposi of $10.00 for one" set of plans and specifications will be s required, all of which will, be refunded; to' bona fide; bidders who bid in theif 'own names 'provided plans and specifications are returned in good condition within 15 days offer award of the contract. The full amount of the deposit will be' returned to all other parties provided plans and specifications are returned in good condition within, five days after, the date of the letting'. No refund will-be made for plans and specifications not. returned within these.; periods. Marc Moore County Auditor of Kossuth County, .Iowa. . • Published in the Algorid Kossuth County Advance Dec. 29, 1966 and Jan. 5, 1967 EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE December 25 ohd 29, s 1Wo. NOTI« OP SCHOOL ItlCTMN PUBLIC NOTICE ii hejeby atvert to the qualified voters ^ of Thel Algona Community School District, in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, that a special elec-, tlon has !»eh caHed ond ord*r*d, to be held in, and for. sdld,;School, District, on the 30th day ' there will be ___ __ _ ..,_ .. said Commurilty, .Sehoql, District/- t6',be 'by them voted'upon, the following proposi of January, 1967, Whereat submitted- to the* voters of tion, to-wit. Shall the Board, of .Directors of The Algona Community School District, In the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, Isslie bonds In, an amount not to exceed $1,500,000.00 for-the purpose of, carrying out a school building program consisting of erecting and' equipping a sentof ALOONA (Iowa) ADVAt THURSDAY, DEC. 29, ter School) located in west Corner of the __ Quarter (SWW) of > SsctiortCJ ' MS), Township i, Ntnety-folT Noi-th, Riverdale' Towrtshipij Twenty-nine (29) West' 6 >- , - P.M., kossuth' County, lo dt which'time 6nd places all of tH to th 1962 IOWA, STATE COMMERCE OFFICIAL NOTICE , TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: ••'.-. • Dohald J. Godwin, Des Moines, Iowa, transferor ond Craven Transport, Inc., Des Moines, Iowa, transferee, have filed o joint application for the Commission's approval of the transfer of Certificate of Convenience and '• Necessity No. LC-22 which .authorizes ooerations as a Liquid Transport Carrier between .all points in the State of Iowa. • The • Commission has fixed Tuesday January., 10, 1967) ten (10:00)-o'clock a.m. at its office in Des Moines, Iowa as time ond place for public hearing in the above docketed application. v IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION' ' . Dick A. Witt, Chairman Frank B. Means, Commissioner .___,.., Bernard J. Martin, Commissioner ATTEST: E. B. Storev, Secret-"' high school building, on a sit ft already owned, remodeling the pres^ ent high school building' ana carl structing an addition "to the Ber-< tha Godfrey Elementary School in and for said Schofil District?" " The polls for said election Will be open from twelve o'clock Noon ; Until- 1 seven o'clock P.M. of sold day, and .for said election said School District has been divided into three voting'precincts,' and •.said precincts and the respective polling .places therefor wild be as follows:^ " ' ,( Fr*elMt r Ne. 1 All that portion of said '• School , District -lying within Cresco, Union,' Plum Creek,, Irvington, I.Wesley and PraJeje TowjwWpV, including oil incorporated cities and towns located in said .•townships, and the polling place for said election precinct shall be at the ^Algona High' School Building located in theljCity,, of Algona, in Kossuth.,County, Iowa. ' , Precinct, N*. 2, All • that portion of said School , District IVjng, within Lofts Creek and Wnittemore Townships, including aU incorporated cities and s towns' located in sole townships, and'the polling place for 'said i ^election precinct shall be at • the City, Hall t situated,- in the Town of, Whittemore. Kossuth County, , Iowa. ', * f Precinct No. 3 All 'of the remaining area 'within the boundaries oi said School District,, including all that portion of said School District lying wjthi.n, Rlyerdale. and Sherman Townships, including al incorporated cities and towns located In' said townships, .and the" polling place, for said election precinct shall be at Riyerdale Community Center Building, (formerly known as Riverdale Towfwpip Cen- fieri voters of said School hereby notified to appear. ,™ This notice is given by* 6rder jl Board of Directors of The. Al9°r muhity School District pursuant to visions of Chapter 296 of the 15- of, Iowa as dmended, ond to a sOw petition with the requisite number/* natures, ifl accordance therewith 6 ordered by a resolution adopted itj Board of Directors on the 12th day cember, f 1966. , i_ Doted at Algona, Iowa, this 12fl of December, 1966 ; t /s/ Vaughn K- Rising i Secretory, Bodrd of C Published In the Algono County Advance, Algona, Dec. 29, 1966, and Jan." 5, 19, 1967. , at Des Moines, Iowa, October 25 I9oo. Docket No.' DLC-285. Published. In the Algona Kossuth "County Advance, Algona, Iowa -a'rlene and Dolores Pol Minraeap«Hs!"'JEttie 1 .' 1 lieibke'i' Christmas day guest as were the Tom Ilckteigs. ".,. The Jim Raneys and Mark^ Brookings, S. D., spent the holiday weekend at tlie parental, C5Mff Anfinson's and Dr. H. H. Raney's. The Jim Raneys and, the Anfinsons joined a group' of relatives for a Christmas party at Robert Wilson's in ilmes, Dec. 25. Friday evening dinner gliesti? of the Cliff Anfinsons were the John Paulsons, H. E. Hemming- sens and L. L. Leases. Mrs. Viola Studer was a Chp- istmas guest at her son, Bill Stur der's in Algona. Mrs. Bill Studer's parents, the Alvin Dillons, Fort Dodge, and others of relatives were also guests. The R. W. Saunches, of Eau' Claire, Wis., and Harley Haynes and son Harley, Fort Worth" Texas, spent the holiday week"' end at the parental P. C. 'Hayt nes'. The Bill Hoods, Algona; were Christmas guests of her parents, the Hayneses. Guests at the parental Ernest Peterson's Christmas Eve and Christmas day were the Wayne Koippens, Elmore, Minn.; Lowell Bentleys, Titonka; Gene Petersons and Richard Petersons, Ft. Dodge; Larry Petersons, Clear Lake; and the Merle Petersons Wesley. WANTED - Young man s for assistant partsman! Fv»l| timt \9$' lic. Ne fyptrifnu Must N fblf to m«et pub- will triio- APPLY in p«rson. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO ALGONA Legal Notices iN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF IRENE SPURGEON, Deceased Probate No. 9057 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AMP NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF IRENE SPURGEON, Deceased You are hereby notified that on the 19th day of December, 1966, the ,las will and testament of Irene Spurgeon, de ceased, bearing date of the 21st day o June, 1957. was admitted to probate in the above named court and that J. I Merryman was appointed executor of sak estate. Notice is further given that any ac tion to set aside said will 'must b brought in the district court of sail county within one year from the dot of the second publication of this notice or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all person •ndebted to said estgte are requested t ijiake immediate payment to the under signed, and creditors hqvinq claims aggins sold estate shall file them with the cler of the above ncjmed district court, a provided by law. duly authenticated, fa illowance: ond unless so filed within si months from the second piiblicgtion o this notice (unless otherwise allowed o pqid) sych claim shall thereafter be for ever barrsd. Dated this 19th day of December, 1966 J. I. Merryrhon Executor of ' said Estat Alqong, Iowa . Address Buchanan &,McClure Attorneys for said Executor A A !??ne, Ijpa > t Address Dqte of second publication 2nd dqy of January, 1967. Published in the Algono Kossut County Advance, Aigonq, low Dec. 26, 1966, qnd Jan. ?, 1967. '// ITU; FARMS FOR SALE 128 A. near Algona — This is a good stock farm with good buildings. Possession March 1st. Can be bought on contract. 160 A. near Wesley — All tillable level farm — Possession March 1st. Can be bought on contract. 410 A. on highway No. 169 South of Algona — 310 A. under cultivation. Good dairy setup. Possession March 1st — Can be bought on contract. HOMES FOR SALE 2 or 3 bedroom home. Nice kitchen, livinq room (carpeted). Full basement with finishad recreation room. Sinnlo garage with paved driveway IS',500 3 bedroom two story. Large kitchen with dining ?pace. Also formal dining room, living room, paneled family room or , v den. Gas heat. Single garage. You must see this home to appreciate the ylaue —___.i________. _____ $16,500 4 bedroom, 2 story, 16 years old. Living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bath on first fJoor. 2 bedrooms up. $12,500 3 bedroom ranch type in east part of town. Only 3 years old, large kitchen with built-in stove and oven. Full bath with vanity. Single attached garage $18,500 3 bedroom ranch type, Nice kitchen, living room. Has lovely recreation room, screened in porch. Single attached q*r- age _ $20,500 2 or 3 bedroom, all on one floor. Approximately 20 years old, in excellent condition. Kitchen with breakfast nook. Full basement with near new gas furnace. Single garage L , $10,"500 4 bedroom home. Large kitchen, Cheerful living room. 1V2 baths. Close in to downtown area $6,500 4 bedroom home in wooded area. Ranch type. Living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, Also screened in porch (iqsulated) 2 fireplaces, double garage. Priced well below replacement. SEELEV REALTY CO. (ABOVE S & L) PAUL M, SEELEY, Realtor Mirk A. Swley OFFICE — 295-2350 Residence 5-3174 »nd 5-2670 LEQ FRANKL 5-5479 tOUl 9DCWAU OF SKUWTY Alton*'! only'Till Till 99 Rftii Estate Firm! It you are for the fine* grain 9toragt frying tanks TAYLOR IMPLI Phono 5-2467 BEHLE MANUfACnmiNO "" iona Selectio Trucki 1965 FORD MUSTANG 2-door Hardtop, V-8 engine, .4-speeI fleer shift tr.ni., radio, top condition. '/ 1965 FORD GaUxi* 500 4-door, V-8, Cruis*a-matic, rod ant ! whlte - "' • ' ,: -"•"-.r^; 1965 FORD Fairlan* "500" 4-door, V-8, standard trans., radio; solid whit*. • 1; 1965 CHEVROLET 4-door Impala, V-8; Power Glide, power- steering, two-ten* whit* with aqua top. '* 1964 BUICK LcSafer* 2-door Hardtop, automatic trans, radio, solid white, one-owner. ,,'' 1964 MERCURY Mentclair 4-door, Hardtop, power brakes, power storing, radio, Mercomatic. Turquoise color' with matching trim. s> . ; , 1964 FORD Custom 500, 4-doo,-, V-8, overdrive, air condj- tioned, power steering. 1963 CHEVROLET, Power Glide, 4-door Sedan, V-8, beige and whit*. Clean. 1963 FORD. Custom 300, 4-door, 6 cylinder, straight stick, real economy; '" 1963 DODGE 4-door, 6-cylinder, straight stick, turquoise, f 1962 MERCURY Monterey Custom, 2-door Hardtoo, power steering, radio, Mercomatic. Brown color, extra nice. 1962, MERCURY Monterey, 4-door custom, power st :,-;.). V-8, Morcomatic, Beige color. ^- • 1962 MERCURY Meteor Custom, 4-door, V-8, Mercomatic, radjo, clean. '«t 1962 PONTIAC Star Chief, 4-door, V-8, auto, trans., radio 1 , medium blue, matching trim. ; 1962 FORD Ranch Wagon, 4-door, 6-passenger, V-8, Fordo- matic. 1962 FORp Station Wagon, 6 cylinder, straight stick. 1962 FORD Gajaxie 500, 2-door Hardtop, power steering, Fordomatic, radio. 1962 OLDS 4-door Fiesta station wagon, radio, auto., V-8. 1961 MERCURY station wagon, 6-pas«enger, power brakes, Mercomatic, V-8. Black and whit*/ sharp. 1961 COMET 4-door, auto, tram,, 6-cylinder, radio. Real economy. 1961 OLDS 4-door Celebrity "88", V-8, auto, trans., turquoise color, extra nice. 1961 MERCURY Mont*r«y 4-door, whit* with power steering and power brakes, I960 OLDS "88" station Wigon, power steering, power brakes, blue ant) whit*. USED TRUCKS AND PICKUPS 1966 FORD F-100 Pickgp. Still in Warranty. Custom Cab, V-8 engine/ long box, deluxe two-tone paint, white sidewalk, loaded with extr«, prjly I2/QQO <ictu<>J miJes. 1963 CHiVRQLiT '/,-ton Pickup, 6-cylinder. 1952 INTERNATIONAL V.-ton Pickup with box. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. "On tht Spot FORD i MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Phont wam \.
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