Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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flowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 196$ Engaged MR. AND MRS. D. C. Rqgert, Bode, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Roxanne Le and John Schade, also Bode, son of the James-Schades. Miss Rogert Will graduate from Algona Corn- unity school in June. Mr. Schade is a 1964 graduate of Fort Dodge - „ %; college ftfiti Is etiV| ployed by Intefdly Express at| Ffttt ftddge. Mte definite wedding Hale h&s been set. LOCALS TH« Nick ftidlnfls have returned from two months in Phoenix, Aria. They visited at their sons, Bob's and Cletus's. Pat Phillip*, student at Cornell, spent two days in Algona j visiting her aunts, Mrs Dick! Phillips and Clara Phillips. Pat ; s the daughter of David Phil-, lips, former teacher in the Al-j ?ona high school, who is now head of the speech department at the university of Connecticut,! Mrs Ray Langfitt is a patient in Mercy hospital at Cedar Rap-; ids. She had gone )o her daugli-: 1er's home there last week to > attend first communion for her granddaughter. Dcbra Klein, when she was taken ill. Maureen Quirt n, secretary at The Security State Bank, is presently hospitalized in the Mercy hospital at Omaha. Previous to her transfer there she was. at St. Ann's for a time. Her address is Archbishop Bergen, Mercy Hospital, 7500 Mercy, Road, Omaha, Neb. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM SALE Due to ill health and as T have sold my farm, I will hold a complete closing out farm sale on farm located 5 miles east, 1 mile south of Ceylon; or 4 miles west and 1 mile south of Hand's Park; or 2 miles south of Wilbert on: MONDAY, FEB. 8 DUiwor.th Lunch on Grounds SALE STARTS 12:45 Now J. D. Model 3020 Tractor — This tractor has 132 hrs. on it, power steering, power brakes, live power, power shift, roll-o-ma- tic, large tires. Othor Tractors — 1948 ttcD. model H tractor with new power pack; McD. model F 14 tractor. Power Machinery — J.D. model 495 A'.comp. with disc openers, large drive fert. boxes, rubber press wheels, new 1964 model; McD. model C 32 manure loader comp: with dirt blade, manure and snow bucket; McD. model 20 C field chopper with flat bed drive and 2 sets of knives; J.D. blower with 40 ft. pipe; M. Moline 8 ft. windrower; Allis Chalmers model 60 combine with PTO, scour kleen, pick up and straw spreader; McD. model 27-V tractor mower with swather attach.; Minn. 4 bar side delivery rake with rear rubber; J.D. model H. rubber tired tractor manure spreader; McD. 12 ft. tandem disc; 6 section flexible harrow; 10 ft. Morris hammer nrfll^with auger, encline and ;PTO;. Case 2 row corn picker with husking bed and rear elevator; Wards 4 row rotary hoe; McD. rotary stalk cutter; McD. model 448 4 row cult; McD. 3 bottom 14 ft. tractor plow with plow chief-bottoms; Winter's 3 bottom stubble turner; 7 row trailer type sprayer with down spouts, 110 gal. alum, tank; McD. 15 ft. tractor disc. - . Other Machinery — Farmer's;Friend.;42 ft. elevator with speed jack; Rubber tired wagon with 15 inch'rubber; .Steel flare box and hoist; Rubber tired wagon with wood flare box and hoist; Buzz saw. Miscellaneous — Ward's 24?in.'.chain saw; Heat houser for H or M; 2 steel tanks with built in hog waterers; 500 chick brooder stove; Olson bale fork; 180 aiiip^ welder; Pump jack; 100 gal. gas barrel on stand; % H. electric motor. , ' Boat A Trailer — 14 ft runabout boat with controls; Boat trailer. Trucks — 1956 Ford % T, pickup; 1950 Studebaker 1 T. truck, dual wheels, 4 speed transmission. , Sheop —14 sheep: 9 mixed ewes\with ;'lambs at side; 2 bucks; 3 weather lambs. ''"'' l M , > > Household Goods — Kitchen tableland 6 chairs; Green davenport and chair; 5 metal cupboards'; Rummage sale will be held on all types of clothing. AUCTIONEERS NOTE — Here is a chance to buy a 3020 new tractor and a JD 495 A new^cprn planter the auction way. Not many small items so please be on time. Usual Terms — No property removed until settled for. Not responsible ifor accidents. MARTIN PETERSEN, owner Clark, Clark and Wedel, Auctioneers, State Bank of Ceylon, Clerk HOME HEATING QiTIZ / /* . t '> „- x » by Q How fan you hi; <vrt«in of g the "kt^-fUlcd" Uyliy^ry you to Ix- sure of having iho rv<T vou want U? 1 ^A , As* inato it -h oil yqur fYtjnily useij-i^.«.*U day in any ' " oftillir Thli !$ a grade to tee you of lop selection for flavor and tenderness, ^ ^•H^' -^tggr ^ USDA CHOICE EXTRA LEAN — NEARLY BONELESS PORK STEAK lb 39c SLICED BACON">• 39c ARMOUR'S STAR Cooked Loaf SPREAD Lb, Box ftUTTER.NUT Instant SUNSHINE HONEY Grahams 1 lb. Box BETTY CROCKER Regular Box 39C SHORTENING CRISCO 3 lb. Can 7 9 C MARGARINE PARKAY UL-.VC,* W ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 lb. Bag 1.79 PRICES IFFiCTIVi FIB, 4 THRU Ff B. 10 - PQWCY You Can UP Sure When YPU Shop FARE* WAY, That You Will Get The SAYINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAUEWAY, Wg BgSJgyj THJ BJgHT TQ J.IM1T THESE STEAKS ARE AGED - IDEAL FOR BROILING OR PAN PRYING CLUB STEAKS LARGE SIZE ">. 65 SMALL SIZE FRESH GROUND — 3 IBS. $1.09 lb. SEASONED JUST RIGHT lb. WELCH'S Fruit of the Vine Grape Jelly HEINZ Ketchup ^ '• • • : •, • • .-......:, , s -^F 3 B 4 .t?ic S 59c ^^^^ ' ' '" ;' -i»i **<*^»B^»* T »f^»^Br<'.f>.^»^^f. .;» CHICKEN—O—SEA TUNA 46 Oz. Cans FOUR FISHERMEN BREADED SHRIMP 8 oz. Box CAL IDA POST'S Grapenuts 16 oz. Box 33C WASHINGTON No. 1 APPLES Delicious POUNDS KRAFT Quart Miracle Whip 49 KRAFT SALAD or HORSERADISH Mustard 6 Jar No. 1 UNWASHED 50 Lb, $ • • W M """ Potatoes NEW ACTION DRY BLEACH • ' • PAMOLIVE GOLD BARSOAP3i43c Hand Size DOLE FRUIT DRINK Pineapple Grapefruit 3 46 oz. Cans 8vC DOLE CHRUSHED, TIDBIT, CHUNK Pineapple 5 No. 211 Cam $ 1°° H I I I () N

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