Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1966
Page 13
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AUONA Mrie* HI (lew Years ' ~~ tv .,_,. — — fcuke's Lutheran Church At Fairville wilt have ,„. New Year's Eve church services f v ^ ; ».ittifNew Year's day there be Sunday school Ind church at the regular hour. Comhwnion services will be at ; 'mi', New Year'* 1 day chur service*. St. John's Lutheran -*>cli in Fenton will hold its .../'Year'* Eve services at f t p.m. with, Holy Communion An nioitriicehients for' the Communion will be taken Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. Until 8:30 p.m. Sunday Mhool and church services wil be held at the regular hours on New, Years Day. 'CHILDREN OO CAROLING ''Friday evening the 5th to 8th grade Sunday School classes o St. Luke's Lutheran Church with teachers and Rev. Bites spent a couple of hours carol ing at homes of members of the congregation. They returned to 'the church basement for re< freshments and treats, ' J The Frank McFalls spent Christmas with their daughter, the Herbert Weiske's, Cedar Rapids. They also visited T. 0. McFall at Marion. ;The Norman Bollingers spent Christmas with Mrs. Bellinger's grandmother, Mrs. Laura Cushing, Fairmont. • The Rev. Clifford Blisses left after'Christmas church services ."WAWMM ttaU&tJIM MR. AND MRS. Theodore N. Thomas, Forest Lake, Minn., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Bunny Rose, to Kermit L. Krueger, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Lone Rock. The wedding will fake place Jan. 14 at the Grace Alliance church at Forest Lake. i'fof .«««*»,.,.«. to 1 ittttwnii1§ 'Afties dtiriftg the' tylftte'f' fndftuw,; t The Bob ttamittorts spertt th«S holiday* in Fort Worth. Texas At the daughter, Robert, the M. C.' Hidses; , library booms at Wesley with many new books ; " ' ' >. The Wesley library that start ed about 16 years ago as a com munity service by a number of interested citizens has now become the Wesley public library By meeting certain standards as set up by the 'state, it has received $500 worth of reference p,.nt. to 9 p.m. ram 9 to ll a.hi, and ' ittB ' "" thi shelve* are ftt ittle building ana >f the need for large extended to could be a, part 6T the Wesley public library, ; Get acquainted with, tit* li* and start reading. ; ftt Jfa pAWntai BefV they all visited Ames/Saturday. Also attending was Edith Laage. Christmas day guests of the Schwartzes and Edith Laage • was Schwartz; Rockwell day guests of the Mrs. City Karl Monr Schwartzes and Edith Laage were the Robert Schwartzes and Roberta, Ames. The Ed Schleis had Christmas dinner with Mrs. Ella Wait®. Tiie Elwin Schleis had dinner for d; several days with at Omaha. their with Mrs. Schlei's mother and Christmas Eve guests of the Arnold Hantelmans and family were the Norman Bellingers. Christmas Eve guests of Mrs. Walter Krause were the Eldpn Hantelmans and Sandra. Larry •Buschers, Algona, Howard Krauses, Lone Rock, nad Al Btoomquists, Rochester, Minn. The Bloomquists were overnight guests of Mrs. Krause and returned home Christmas afternoon. Christmas day guests of Mn. Krause were her grandchildren, Ellen and Lynn Krause, Eagle Grove. They stayed with her until Monday. Christmas night guests of the her sisters and brothers families at the Community Hall in Fort Dodge Christmas Day. The Marold Schleis had dinner with Mrs. Schlei's mother and her sister and' brothers families in Titonka Christmas Day. Mrs. Clara Berkland had as guests Christmas Day the Richard Purdys, Cedar Falls, Raymond Berklands and Terry, Mason City, Don Metcalfs, Minneapolis, Steve Berklands, Mark Berkland, Carol Zumach and Robert Berkland, all of Ames; Joan, Beth Ann, Cheryl Berkland, all of Sioux City; Jerald Doesen of the University of Oklahoma; Valarie Christenseni, Atlanta; Brenda Jergens, Burl; material. Included in the new books are a Webster's, New Interna tional,Dictionary, Rand McNall World -Atlas," The Interpreter's Bible, as 1 well as many books of science^ social studies, literature, r paintings ,and music. . The reading and reference books have .grown' from a few hundred,' donated at' the time the library started, to over 3500 books. Many have been donated through the years but the library has purchased about two thirds of the books' now on" the shelves. This has been possible thru the devotion: ' of many women who haive donated time as librarians. -Most of the income the library has had has gone into books. The library has now joined with the Area Extension Libra ry Service and has now on hand 700 more books loaned for three months. These books offer fiction ant nonrfiction for adults, youth and junior. readers, as well as eas> books for the little folks.' The library is now open 1 hours a week with Mrs! Oharle* Nygaard as librarian. Hours ar MAKIsVkATINO J»*K , Sonic, members of the C«y CoUhdl have beett working to get the ice skating porid readjy :or us%. The area just rtottn of he swimming pool >has been covered with polyethierte then flooded with the co< tLonof'niothef nature and mo damage by cage* skaters till frozen solid it will be an area of entertainment. HOME" FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. L'. T. Root and Rortnie arrived home Saturday from Galena, 111., where he was'hos- pitalized several days following a one'ear accident. He received head and arm cuts tha|t required 35 stitches. He is a senior ail Loras . college, Dubuque, pnd will'return to'his classes Jan. 4 To strtlt flit tstottof tht loU Roy H.ini w« will hold o ' • w •••••9 •"" ^ m *:**f^ 7*t m • ' ^<» •! F i"'} >itf» 2 miles tost, ont milt south ond V* miff west of Bancroft on- Carol Root, who teaches:, In Columbia Heights, Minn., spent her holiday vacation at the ' ental, L. T. Root's. Door prize winners at Ithi K & H Oil Co. open house. Friday were Clarence .Schoffer, Eugene Huff and Lloyd Bartlett of Titortka; Lou Cink and Fpth- er Phillips. Over 300 registered and were treated to cake and coffee. Marvin Maas, who had been employed at the K &.;H Oil station left Sunday for his home at Holmstead. The Jim Walkers and 'his mother, Mrs. Laura Walker, were Christmas guests at ,Gene Black's at Buffalo Center. The Dick Snells, West Des Moines, were Monday guests at Jim Walker's. "Scott" Wolf of the Veteran's hospital, Minneapolis, spent last week, with' relatives and friends here. He was a guest of his sister, the Clare Wingerts. The Roland Waldschmidts of Spencer were Christmas 1 guests Norman Bellingers were the 'Kenneth Bellingers, Lone Rock, .Harvey Bollinger, the Gene Tietzes -and Michael. Monday .! supper guests were the Arnold Hantelmans, Allen and Renee, Jean Kunkel, Algona, and Bill Hassel. , Christmas guests of the Olaf Norlands were Ruby Hantelman >of Los Angeles, Calif., the Larry Buschers, Algona, Eldon Han- telirtans and Sandra, Arnold 1 Hantelmans and Renee, Bill Hassel, the John Waites, and Dr. Jerald Waites and afternoon and lunch guests also included Allen Hantelman and Jean Kun- ASUTTLEAS... Miss is W the David Berklands, Stan Berk- lands, Ronald and Russ Berkland, the Amos Berklands and Richie, Mrs..,Ida,.Cody, the Bennie Berklands'and Linda, •Gla¥- 1 ence Berklands, Oscar Berk- lands and Jim, Melvin Berfc- lands and the Ernest Berklands and Tim. The Olaf Norlands left Wednesday for a few days with their daughter, the Dennis Schmidts and Berry, Sdgemey. The Roger Dreyeif Sioux City were Christmas weekend guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Sun^ day they were all guests at Ralph Walkers at Whittemore. Monday guests of Mrs I %irfV|*A t'VlO 'RfUXOil* T^PaQVAl* 1 her. brothers 1 and sisters. The Kenneth Bollingers, Harvey Bollinger, Gene Tietzes and Michael, Fenton, Alfred Bells, Whittemore, were Christmas Eve guests of the Wayne Bell- ingers, Lone Rock. , The Eldon Hantelmans and Sandra, Mrs. Walter Krause and the Howard Krauses, Lone Rock were Tuesday evening guests of the Loren Millers, Fairmont. Duane DeSart, son of the Scott DcSarts and Danny Kern, son of the Lloyd Kerns, were among those on leave from! the armed services for the Christmas holidays. Christmas night guests of the Clifford Douglases were the Yern. Sweitzens and Cindy, Spirit Lake, Leo Domeks, Esthervil' le, Ed Curtises, Spirit Lake and Merle Voigts, Fenton. Christmas night guests of the James Meyers and family were t«e Emil Bierstedts, Fred Meyers and Juanita, Algona, anc Brym WUlmerts, Albert Lea. The Fred Mortensens and Kttby spent several days over in Omaha with the Ronald Mortensen and Darre Householdler familiej, Tne Jake Schwartzes had as ttie Jaine§ Humboldt, and the Darrel Dreyers, Fenton. Monday callers were the Larry Alts. The Norman Bollingers visited Wednesday at Eulan Schull- ers at Titonka. The Wilfred Stoebers and Wayne and the Marion Stuckis were Christmas guests of the Richard Stuckis at Ogden. Julie and Jeff returned to Fenton with their grandparents to visit until Thursday when their parents will come for them. Burt Mrt. Hawc«tt I.N/I.SO x 13 tubelist blaelmlir 91.W f«d. Ex. Tax tn« tld tin GETS YOU A BRAND NEW, ITY BUILT GOO WINTERTIRE Sure-Grip Hues nylon cord and extra- mileage Tufsyn rubber 1 Low prices on all sizes! Take your pick — you never pay more for Goodyear Quality! SIZEf U and I Circle plan to have their annual banquet, Jan, 10 at Raymond Westling's. The Dean Andrews family were guests Pec. 26 at Michael Scott's. A. 0. Hinckleys spent the Christmas holiday in Sioux City at the James Brehm's. The R. Q. Wilretts and Duane and Wendell were hosts Christmas day to tlxe Dean Mankato, Ernest Haacks, Livermore, Mrs. Lucille Jojinsofl an,d DIAMOND'S F«r § |«yi. 17.35/7.75 X 14 (7.00/7.50) IbU IHAUUH lYPfc CitAlS tJUUT DttP 1U BITt UtlH 1 8,25 x 14 ' (8.00) 8.55 x 14 (8.50) 7.75 x 15 (6.70) 8.45x15 (7.60) 8.85/9.00 X 15 1 (8.00/8.20) PRICE" 15.95 17.41 19.29 1S.II 21.St $320 $236 $257 $221 $255 $278 is!?e shown alsg replace? $i;n in parenthesis *plus -tax and old tire EASY TERMS! FREE MOUNTING! "No limit' 1 Guarantee! •MOIVUI KATION-WIDE "(10 LIMIT" f U»R*NTK - No limit on months • No limit en mtlii . N( . limit aj to tgjds . No limit li to speed • for the cntiie l>le cl t»c \ieit | All Ne« Coon,ejr Aule Tuts art guaranteed fig^mst delects in yforKm«n&hip and materials and normal ro«d 'Hazards, c£ cept iep«irable punctures i Auto tires used on uucks are e>cluded Irom the toad ha»rd owtion gl »"5 gutrajnlM • -U < Goodyear (ire laiis-under this cuaiamce,' any o ( more than 'lolooo Coodyey •caleis in the United States and Canada will make aiio«<mce on a new lire based on original tr«al •epth remaining md coooyear's piinUd "£uh»nfie Plica" twttnl at the lime ol adiuiUnuu, M| If in* liigriif "tia Tijide-in fiicf ", .»...•»•»• 4-TWfTORS-4 Allis-Chalmers WD with wide front end and wheel weights. . ' . Cockshutt Model 30 tractor with manure loader and snow bucket, 2 row cultivator, heat houser. . Farmall F-20 Farmall Regular. ^ • MACHINERY M.M. 8 ft. windrower with PTO, like new. Case 5 ft. combine with PTO* New Idea 6A picker with rear elevator. Kewanee 44 ft. wide type elevator. Model 300 with underslunq hoist. Ottawa speed jack, PTO. New Idea No. 18 manure spreader. New Idea 7 ft. semi-mounted power mower. John Deere 4 bar side delivery rake. John Deere No. 290 2 row corn planter with 'fertilizer attach., rubber press wheels, like new. New Idea No. 61 stalk cutter. John Deere 8 ft. field cultivator on rubber. Case 15 ft. straight disc with clutch control. John Deere 15 ft. straight disc. I.H.C. endgate seeder. ..«!.; Drive-on wagon hoist. 2 - 2-16 in. plows on steel. One Minute fanning mill. Jay Hawk hay stacker. Thurfer stubble turner, 3 bottom. 1 >V , }- ^O^/'.TTV —j— — ; ~ -*• ~ •«'',' ~ •» 300 go., go, barrel and ,f.I stood. l^ifBrl^nt^^^. '"' va«i ., ^ \& i? & v» , W4 »•> ^"th?-* «!'/A'*,*4)> _ i*,t .^vi'jzj: -. H -j\A«jt it-?"!' 1 - - ii ,: . . .** if i flff-*^;* Portable air compressor .and portable ai k^Kgkl* v"5\ v f * ** <»--v f - ' r* ''"'***** *<« k '. l * •' * " " *"" ""' Large quanti^lig^t^rade motor oil Cattle oiler and stand JlVi, rti 1 i«(»Wv->"'«t ".<V," Some new one ond two inch lumber. New woven and barbed wire. ; Girls bicycle, like new. V ^ ' ^ 2 - 200 foot electric cords. / Now V4 inch mall electric drill. New; Crafstman 6!/2 inch electric saw. A new wood plane/ never been used. Several good tarps of various sizes. Brand new Restrite tractor seat cushion, 5 -50 Ib. bags of 6-24-24 fertilizer. New good 6 ply tire.. 30 cer Many good tools and other items too numerous to mention. - ** 2 - 12x16 ft. 4 pen portable hog One new." - \ 12x16 ft. grain bin with cedar shingles. Real : • '• -'iS.*•<•!* " '• * * i•, J* . ' ** > ^si.^i* .1 WAGONS, ETC. New Holland running gear, like new, 15" tires with a Freeman flare box. 4 wheel farm trailer with flare box. John Deere steel wheel auto-steer, running gear. Old running gear and hay rack. 10x12 ft. brooder house. 16 ft. feed bunk, like new. 16 ft. Y type hay bunk. 8 ft. steel tank with hog waterer. 5 ft. steel tank with hog waterer. 2 small hog feeders. fl-l f^J •'1* I CATTLE 1950 Chevrolet model 3600 3 /4 ton truck, 4 speed trans., 44,000 actual miles, 6 ply tires with 1967 license. Truck is in good condition. HOUSEHOLD GOODS J 21 inch RCA block and white television. Winchester model 97 12-gauge pump gun. Remington 22 bolt action rifle. 16 pair work gloves. New overshoes, size HVs* GOODYEAR Hilton Sinclair Service QOQPYEAR TIRUS - SINCLAIR PRODUCTS HAY and FEED • . ... V5j|5 4 Whitefoce cows with baby calves at side, 4 Whiteface cows to calf. 5 steers, 600 to 700 IPS. ,< heifers, 450 IDS, steer, 400 Ibs, , , ^ bull calf, 400 lb$. These are large rugged whiteface cows find the steers and heifers are choice quo)jry. 2 1 1 2 stacks of alfalfa and brome loose hoy, 250 bales of straw, |QQ bu. of feed oots. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE; This it not a large s ale but you will find this equipment in rht btst of condition and the cattle are of choice quality. PI we be on time so we con start at nine o'clock, ^ «ljl»U. --------- '--. ............ - ..... ------------------- ' •---- --- -- .......... -• - •- ••-- ^-— -———-— «-^-w« , _. .._. i • .. ,. --- »,,™,,,.™,. -- J TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sole. No property to be removed nil* til settled for, Not responsible for accidents should any I ROY HEINS, Estate ANOUHOnOH, AdmWilralor AUCTIONEERS: Quinn ond Clark CLIRK: Lont

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