The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1965 · Page 5
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Unoccupied Farm Home Near Sexton Destroyed Thursday, August 12, 1965 Algeria (la.) Upper Dot Motnei-5 When firemen arrived at the scene, the entire roof of the 2-story portion of the house was enveloped In flames - and within minutes the entire home was an inferno. Mrs, Mary Carroll and her daughter, Lucille, formerly lived In the house which was destroyed. They now live in a smaller home near the one burned down. According to Lucille, the fire-razed house had been empty for some time. However, some groceries, personal household items, a refrigerator, etc., owned by the women, were inside - and destroyed. Mrs. Carroll and Lucille have lived at the farm for about 20 years. Cause of the blaze was thought to be sparks from a fire about 200 feet northwest of the house. Men with heavy equipment were clear.ilng and grubbing old trees and stumps from an area badly damaged by a tornado a year ago. The trees, large branches and stumps had been set afire earlier Monday. There was no estimate of damage immediately after the fire. Lone Rock By Mrs. A. A. Krueger An unoccupied six-room home, located at the McEnroe farm, a mil* north and a mile west of Sexton was destroyed by fire late Monday afternoon. The Algona fire department was called to the scene at 4:25 p.m., but could do nothing to save the structure, to stood by and protected other buildings nearby. Rev. Albert Bullock, Dexter, was a candidate at the Presbyterian church Sunday. He and his wife and son came Saturday and were dinner guests at the A. A. Krueger home. A coffee time from 7 to 9 was held for them at the church parlors Saturday evening and they were overnight guests at the Willis Cotton home, The Bullocks and Rev. Fred Pruel and Bryan and David Meyer were Sunday dinner guests of the Krue- gers. Mrs. L. T. Jackson, Baton Rouge, La., called at a few homes here Wednesday and then she FWWWWWWWW^V -v^-w--v-vv-vvv-v ^-^-vvvw- -v <v ^ -wwi ANNUAL CLOSE-OUT SALE AT PERCIVALS BRAND NEW 19(5 DODGES & CHRYSLERS AT SPECTACULAR SAYINGS! GET TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES ON YOUR CAR NOW $AVE $500.00 r 1965 DODGE Polara 4 dr. sedan White with red interior. Radio, Backup lights, windshield washers & variable wipers, wheel covers, light package, Torque- flite, retract, seat belts, tinted windshield, undercoat, Airfoam seats, whitewalls. RETAIL $3499.95 (faW $2999 $AVE 5374.00 1965 DODGE POLARA 4 dr. Turquoise color, 8 cylinder, automatic, deluxe radio, retractable seat belts, wheel covers, remote mirror, upper door mould- ing, undercoat, Airfoam seats front & rear, whitewalls. RETAIL $3245.00 f|()W $2871 $AVE $413.00 1965 DODGE Polara 4 dr. sedan {/Ivory £lth/ Tan AJfetallic $t*r;iofr^jf£n» package, Torqueflite, power steering, as- trophonic radio, electric clock, retractable seat belts, wheel covers, tinted windshield, upper door mouldings, Airfoam front and rear seats, whitewalls, undercoat. , T $AVE $598.00 1965 Chrysler New Yorker Hd'top .^dr. Hardtop. . ,Mist Blue Metallic... Fac- &ojy'a1r;cond., <5-wqy pwr. seat, p$jfj.,jit'runk lid release, auto pilot, retract, seat belts, automatic, power steering & brakes, remote control mirror, tinted glass all windows, 8:55 x 14 whitewalls — plus many extras in this fine New Yorker. RETAIL $3504.00 $3091 RETAIL $5 166.00 $4568 $AVE $458.00 1965 CHRYSLER Newport 4 dr. Frost Turquoise Metallic. Deluxe radio, power steering & brakes, light package, washers & variable wipers, remote control mirror, retractable seat belts, automatic^" power trunk lid release, clock, wheel covers, tinted windshield, upper door mould- ings & sill mouldings, undercoat, Airfoam seats, whitewalls. :•'..;-;' RETAIL $3179.00 ^OW $3421 $AVE $460.00 1965 CHRYSLER Newport 4 dr. Ice Blue w/Blue Interior. Deluxe radio, power steering & brakes, light package, washers & variable wipers, remote mirror, retractable seat belts, automatic, power trunk lid release, clock, wheel covers, tinted windshield, upper door mouldings and sill mouldings, undercoat, Airfoam seats, whitewalls. RETAIL $3880.00 N()W $3420 $AVE $358.00 1965 Dodge Coronet 440 4 dr. sed. Medium Turquoise. Pushbutton radio, backup lights, windshield washers & variable wipers, wheel covers, 8 cy.l.; Torque- fllte, power steering, whitewalls, undercoat. RETAIL $3010.00 NOW $2652 $AVE $343.00 1965 DODGE DART GT Hardtop Gold w/Whlte vinyl roof. Bucket seats, "225" 6 cyl., automatic, radio, retractable seat belts, remote mirror, tinted windshield, whitewalls, undercoat. RETAIL $2880.00 NOW $2537 $AVE $330.00 1965 DODGE Dart 270 4 dr. sed. Medium Blue Metallic. "225" 6 cylinder, Torqueflite, retractable seat belts, wheel covers, whitewalls, washers and variable wipers, tinted windshield, undercoat. RETAIL $2645.00 N<>W $2315 SAVE $$$$ 1965 Dodge Coronet 440 4-dr. sed. DRIVERS TRAINING CAR. White w/Red interior. V8, pwr. steering, Airfoam seats, tinted windshield, wheel covers, washers, retractable seat belts, 4-way flasher, many other extras. Was over $3150 new. Save many hundreds of $$$ on this one. 1965 DODGE Polara — 4 door hardtop DEMONSTRATOR fully equipped. $AVE $AVE $AV6 1965 CHRYSLER Newport — 2 door hardtop DEMONSTRATOR Fully equipped. $AVE $AVE $AVE 1965 DODGE Coronet — 4 door DEMONSTRATOR $AVE $AVE $AVE I*C 1C VI V $0, PHILLIPS DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA and Mrs. A. A. Krueger visited at the Chet Almes at Ottosen. Mrs. Jackson returned to her home at Baton Rouge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer, Algona and Karma Meyer, daughter of Pastor and Mrs. Benjamin Meyer, Minneapolis, called on the A. A. Kruegers Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mary Genrich, Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Mrs. Roy Zunkel and Mrs. L. Newbrough attended the funeral of a cousin, Jess Roberts, at Lake Crystal last Monday. Rev. and Mrs. L. Kingma and Alice Marie of Oak Park, 111. stopped in town Wednesday and called at the P. M. Christenson home. They were on their way to Little Rock to visit at the home of his sister the Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz family, His mother, Mrs. Kingma, also lives with the Schultz and recently suffered a heart condition. J HOSPITAL NEWS July 28 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Don Frideres, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 6 oz.; admitted: Arthur Goche, Bancroft, medical. July 29 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Luke Hamilton, Bancroft, boy, 9 Ibs.; dismissed: Ed Smith, Burt. July 30 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Preuschl, Wesley, boy, 7 Ibs., 13 oz.; admitted: Ronald Miller, Algona, medical; John Schaffner, Milwaukee, Wise., medical; dismissed: Mrs. Gerald Haas and baby and Lloyd Martin, Algona; Arthur Goche, Bancroft. July 31 - Dismissed: Delmar Plathe, Bode; John Schaffner, Milwaukee; Mrs. DonHemming- sen, Mrs. Gail Buscher, Algona. August 1 - Dismissed: Ronald Miller, Mrs. Carrie Bourne, Mrs. Floyd Weishaar, Mrs.Nor- man Miller, Algona. August 2 - Admitted: William Holdren, Algona, medical; Bless Rusk, Algona, medical; Mrs. Alvina Gengler, Lone Rock, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Don Frideres and baby; Mrs. Clara Keith, Algona; Mrs. Luke Hamilton and baby, Bancroft; Pershing Marlow, Burt, transferred to Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Alvina Gengler. August 3 - Admitted: Lori Hentges, Algona, T & A: Allan Voss, LuVerne, medical; Mrs. JoAnn Schaier, Algona, surgery, Mrs. Erma" Norton, Bancroft, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Don Preuschl and baby, Wesley; Marie Gearen, Algona. August 4 - Admitted: Ewald Haack, Algona, medical; George McFarland, Burt, medical; dismissed: Bless Rusk, Lori Hentges, Algona; Allan Voss, LuVerne. August 5 - Admitted: Alice Lynch, Bancroft, T & A; Mrs. Mary Ann Grimm, Algona, medical; Regina Lickteig, Algona, medical. August 6 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hammer, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 11 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Orie Shipler, Algona, girl, 5 Ibs., 13 1/2 oz.; admitted: Casey Loss, Algona, medical; Barton Selby, LuVerne, medical; dismissed: Alice Lynch, Bancroft; Mary Ann Grimm, Pamela and Becky Lemkee, Algona. August 7 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Duane Vaske, Bancroft, boy, 7 Ibs., 14 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire, Bode, boy, 7 Ibs., 11 1/2 oz.; dismissed: Casey Loss, Ewald Haack, Algona, George McFarland, Burt. August 8 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rockwell, Thompson, boy, 8 Ibs., 9 oz.; admitted: Raymond Wessel, Algona, medical; Mrs. Mamie Dourte, Swea City, injury; dismissed: Mrs. JoAnn Schafer, Regina Lickteig, Algona, August 9 - Admitted: Bernard Thilges, Algona, medical, Barbara Ann Reding, Algona, accident; Randy and Pamela Arndorfer, Corwith, T & A; Joy and Jill Zimmerman, Whittemore, T & A. END MODEL I SATURDAY MATINEET tflO i SPORTS ROADSTER This model ended a long tlmo ago, optional crank and all. But even then, the end of model clearance was an established tradition. The passing years have taught all of us a basic lesson In car buying economics. The best time of all to buy a new car is when the dealer is loaded with the last of this year's models and he is wondering where the first of next year's models are going to go. WE'RE LOADED - - WE'RE WONDERING?? . . . And you will save plenty on a big line up of new Oldsmobiles and Ramblers If you come In right now you're still liable to find just the right style, price, and color you have always wanted — unless you're the cranky type. Dau's will award a-new set of matching seat belts to the first person to correctly identify the year, make, and model of the Roadster In the picture. One guess per person. No phone calls please. WE'RE ANXIOUS TO DEAL I! DAU'S OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER j FARM MACHINERY - HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUCTION SAT., AUG. 21 -1 P.M. ON THE PREMISES - 1420 NORTH JOHNSON ST., ALGONA (One Block South of Frank Youngwirth Cafe ft Station) 1 ••-,*. v» PROPERTY BLOCKS 23 & 24 - CALL'S ADDITION TO ALGONA, 16 LOTS IN ALL. 5 ROOM HOUSE IN GOOD CONDITION, HAS RUNNING WATER. GARAGE. AUCTIONEER NOTE: These 16 lots are well located in the growing section of Algona, close to Highway 18 and Garrigan High School. Here is your opportunity to make a real buy I TERMS ON PROPERTY: 10% down on day of sale, balance as soon at title is clear, or 1/3 down, balance on 5% contract. Possession Sept. 1, 1965. 2 1 BUILDINGS TO BE MOVED 6x8 Tool Sheds 2-8x12 Buildings 6 x 10 Tool Shed 1 - 14 x 36 Barn 16 x 36 Hip-roof Chicken House, like new. TOOLS * MISCELLANEOUS Shovels & Forks Used Lumber Woven Wire Ladder hand Garden Plow big Steel Kettle Creosote and Steel Posts Lawn Mower with Clinton engine 410 single shot Shotgun push Lawn Mower 1941 PLYMOUTH COUPE 6 COLOR CARTOONS MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT Iff JD Disc horse drawn Disc rubber tire Wheelbarrow Chicken Nests and Feeders Barrels IHC F-12 Tractor 2 row Cultivator IHC steel wheel Spreader 50 bales Straw hand Corn Shelter Feed Corn - approximately 125 bu. ear corn 2 wheel spring Trailer Case horse Mower Iteel Water Tank HOUSEHOLD GOODS Tappan Gas Range, Duo Therm Oil Burner, Coronado Washing Machine, 5 ft. Step Ladder, Hall Tree, Kitchen Cupboard, Drop-leaf Kitchen Table, Davenport & Chair, odd Chairs, Clothes Closet, Ironing Board, Electric Iron, Dresser, Vacuum Cleaner, Fruit Jars, Radio, Dairy Scale, Library Table, One-room Gas Heater, Toaster, Card Table, Hot Plate, 9x12 Wool Rug, oak Buffet & Norelo Elec. Shaver. Terms on Machinery, Buildings, Household Good*, etc.-CASH or see your banker Not Responsible For Accidents Should Any Occur LEO HEINEN ESTATE JOSEPHINE HEINEN, Adminiitrqtrix For Further Information Contact DALE YUNGEBERG - 295-3393

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