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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Albert Lea, Minnesota Used cars ror Sauss used cars for Saug Volkswagen ten v or Sunroof. In it quatre 373 4744. Tim Mustang co Nve Rob la tin by Landtr 3 tp��0. , Phon 553 Sam til. Mem Motif. Tot further information a 1mtou�ycycl�?o 4� c4bro Jet 4 a pfc Ltd new tires tape player peal flood condition. Best offer. Call 373 769 970 Sto Paw if bucket seats 11,000 Miles 50,000 mile Zwir w40n pow vw00 november 1970. Consider traae 797-5750. 2-door trucks a trailers is 1967 Dodge panel truck. Mont 6 engine one owner. Good rendition. 5750. Coll 373-9532 Days 373-1748 evenings. Make an offer hardtops no reasonable offer refused 47 Simca 1000 4-door Sedan. 4 Cylinder 4 Speed transmission. 66 Ford custom 4-door. V-8, automatic Power steering. 66 Ford Fairlane Wagon v-8, automatic Power tearing 65 Oldsmobile Delta 88 4-door Hardtop. Full pow. A. 6s rambler classic 660 4-door. 6 Cylinder Auto Matic. 65 Plymouth fury 2-dr. Hardtop. V-8, automatic. 64 Oldsmobile 98 4-dr. Full Power air. 64 Plymouth fury 4-dr. V-8, automatic Powar steering. V Ford Galanit 4-door. V-8, automatic. 63 Buick spacial Wagon. V-8, automatic. 63 Chevrolet Impala 2-door Hardtop. V-8, automatic transmission. 63 rambler 6 Cylinder Standard transmission. V Chevrolet Btl air 4-. A a a somatic transmission. 62 rambler classic 4-dr. 6 Cylinder Standard trans Mission. 69 Chevrolet Cap Rice. Air. $2695 67 Cadillac Coupe Davilla. Air.$2495 68 Pontiac grand prix air a. $1995 68 Pontiac Catalina. Air. $1895 68 Ford Fairlane bucket seats. $1895 �>9 Ford Torino. Automatic transmission $1795 68 Chevrolet Malibu Coupe. V8 stick. $1795 67 Mercury Parkland. Air. $1695 �?T66 Buick Riviera Coupe. Am .$1795 66 Chevrolet Impala a pupa 95 66 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe. Bucket a a a $1495 65 Chevrolet Impala Coupe .$695 see Bob Heilman or Clayton Hatleli Bill Olson Chevrolet co. 516 so. Broadway phone 373-9024. Utility units 1963 Gumc i ton. V6, 4 Speed transmission. Excellent mechanical condition j needs body work. $695 1963 International i j ton. 6 Cylinder 4 Speed transmission. Needs body work $595 i Don Norton Ford inc. Quot sales with service Quot 2310 e. Main 373-1430 a item Otto mined teas it a $40.00 tire make me Ani offer. Would make a Good spare. Fr-70 14 Atlas belted radial tire. Call 373-1471 from 8 . To 5 . Weekdays ask for Leo. New cars to Subaru t front whoa Driva Lait than $1900 Adams import service Quot Salat and service Quot 402 e. Mein 373-9455 Albert Lea Tribune tuesday november 23, Iii today a markets trophy winners a some of the Sunset Saddle club trophy winners at the annual Sunset Saddle club awards banquet saturday night arc pictured. Above Arf top Point winners 14 years and under. They arc left to right Judy Menefee Lyle Seath Shelly Kluver Richard Pieper Joni Hunker Debbie goodnature Tom Gillard Robin Ochs. Below Are High Point winners 15 years and Over. Front Row left to right they Are Alice Kluver Richard Crane Charlene Morrison Back Row. Ellard Thompson Keith Thompson Dale Kluver Becky Logemann and Pat Kilian. Wilson Sinclair livestock cattle fully steady. Choice and prime steers $32.00-$34.50. Good steers $28.50 $31.00. Standard steers $26.50-$28.00. Choice and prime heifers $31.00-133.25. Good $27.50-129.50,1 Standard $24.00-$26.50. Commer a Cial cows $19.00-$20.oo. Utility cows $18.00-$20.50. Canners and cutters $17.50 $20.50. Lambs�?50 cents higher. Choice to prime clipped lambs 95 to 105 pounds $24.0o-$25.00. Choice to prime Wool lambs 95 to 105 pounds $22jo-832j8. Good to Choice Wool i a in b s $20.50-$22.50. Good to Choice yearlings $18-$19. Ewes $2.50 $4.50. Light1 lambs to be discounted. Calves steady. Choice to prime weights 180 Thomas p. Karsjens Thomas p. Karsjens Hollandale i funeral services for Thomas Paul Karsjens 21, who died at 8 15 . Monday in St. Mary a Renault Evans motor sales Phan 373-4144 a your american motors and Dodo doctor open evenings till 9 . Hlf Hwy 65 South save. T -jf72 Pinto runabout. Almost a twin we angina spacial metallic Point. Mony options. A70-ii polyglots tires. 373 0094. Rates for 6 and 12 Days want ads Call 373-1411 front Waal Driva Solas and service Ruud motors 1025 so. Broadway 373-0621 Saddle club photos i2. I6 Good Grade calves Hospital Rochester will be at All weights $36-$41. Commcr-2 . Wednesday in the con Cia calves All weight. $26-31. Her native congregational Cut ai1 $20- Church Hollandale. Interment saw Cul it Alves fl2-$16. Will be in the Hollandale hogs�?25 cents higher. Cemetery. The Rev. William l. ?,d Mon Fly for the Bankester will officiate. Friends bulk of the country and Plant May Call at the Bonnerup amp son delivered butchers weighing 210-1 funeral Chapel. 230 pounds depending on Grade a son of Walter and Eva and condition were $18.25-118.75. Karsjens he was bom dec. 15 packing sows weighing 270-1--- 300 pounds s16.25-s16.75. Wilson Sinclair purchases hogs on a Merit basis. 1949, at Albert Lea. He was a j member of the conservative All congregational Church and its senior youth group. He was i Stock received. Futures a november 22 cattle special Sunset Saddle riders Purchase auctions in Thi arca 41 auctions in the area 41 clip and save col. Don Babbitt s auction Calendar Conger Minnesota Geneva sales. Geneva Minn. 1 00 . Maynard Soma. Iri Calyn. Machinery. Ini bikes ate. November 23 december i i lever 3 Amsco. Aldan. Tires aute supplies m 4 30 . December 4 Margaret Andersen. Albert Lea. Real estate household. 1 00 . December 7 a Geneva livestock. 1 00 . December i a Bob Callahan. Walls. Machinery. December 8 a Ralph Harper. To acre Harmatta. Walls. December 9 a Jordal implement. Buffalo Cantar. December to a Walter Brandt estate. Real estate household. Minnesota Lake. 12 30 . December 11 Tel Vin Solburg Manchester. Machinery. December 13 a Robert Teiman. Walls machinery. December 14 a Geneva livestock. Onava. 1 00 . December 15 a Walter Sarbo. Emmons. Dairy cows. December 17 a a Brasher implement. Kanawka Iowa december in a Minn. Sheep Brooder Assn. All broods. Waseca Fairgrounds. January 22 a Robert Bryson. Register bred sews. Beef cows. See you at the auctions col Don Babbitt a 71 factory cars i 71 Chrysler 300 4-door. Air 1-71 Plymouth fury Iii 2-door Hardtop. Air. 2-71 Plymouth fury Iii 4-door Hardtop. Air. 1-71 Plymouth fury Iii 4-door Sedan. Air. 1-71 Plymouth satellite custom 4-door. Air. 1-71 Plymouth satellite 9 passenger Wagon. 2-71 dusters. Big 6. Automatic. 1-71 Barracuda. Big 6, automatic. See us for special prices on these units. Save hundreds of dollars Linnes Weiler open Mon thru Fri. Til 9 . Frank amp Highway 65 South win season s trophies Hap Halligan Mankato radio second personality entertained More than 140 members and guests of the Albert Lea Sunset Saddle club at the Skyline supper club saturday night As he quipped his Way through the annual awards program As master of ceremonies. Dallas Larson club president opened the program and introduced Halligan. Following the dinner Halligan was assisted by Larson and Sandi Earl club Secretary with the presentation of awards including 27 trophies and Many ribbons. Trophies went to the first place winners in each class. Others received ribbons. Highlight of the evening was High Point aged Halter horse a Ellard Thompson Glenville and Judy Menefee first Jon Hibbard Albert Lea second Robyn Paulson Emmons third Rick Peterson fourth Albert Lea Lori Ashleson fifth. High Point Western pleasure�?14 years and under Tom Gillard Glenville first Kyle Paulson Emmons second Julie Ochs Albert Lea third Robin Ochs Albert Lea fourth Judy Menefee fifth. High Point ladies pleasure Charlene Morrison Albert Lea first Pat Kilian. Albert Lea second Robyn Paulson Emmons and Julie Routh Hart the presentation of awards for land tied for third Bonnie the seasons All around High Crane Albert Lea. Fourth auctions in the area 41 auctions in Thi aria 41 auctions in Thi area 41 auction i tools and Yard i miscellaneous equipment household goods saturday november 27, 1971 time 10 00 . Location 8 Milai North of Albart Loo on both Rood or second Loco North of clocks Grove Blacktop or 3 Milos wast of Clarks Grove and it mile North or second Loco on loft hand of Rood. Tools and Yord equipment 32&Quot Riding Lawn Mower with a 6 he angina Good condition Quot 22&Quot self propelled Powar Mower Garden Tiller air compressor Chain sow used vary Little Mccullough 14 horse outboard motor with tank used vary Little Hydraulic Jock assortment of grease guns end grease assortment of Grad an tools assortment of hand sows Large heavy duty Bench visa Large Wood tool bin pipe visa pipe Cutter and thread Cutter Complete 32 aluminium Extension ladder almost now Stop ladder heavy duty log Chain Extension cords 2 skill sews 2 electric drills i a a Quot end i it Quot Drill press grinder Complete with motor on stand 4 Large Metal Wood press assortment of Wood and Motal pianos Mony hand tools such As hammers pipe wrenches Crescent wrenches chisels punches and Many other miscellaneous hand tools Sot of heavy duty jumper cables. D. C. Casa tractor and cultivator Case Semi mounted Power Mower manure loader with bucket for narrow front end while this tractor is old it has never been used much and it does have Hydraulic Large Roll of Slat cribbing end assortment of steel posts assortment of Canvas and Burlap sacks. Household items drop Leaf blonde Oak table with 3 leaves and 2 chairs electric Fryer electric Corn Popper Coffee pot 2 radios typewriter assortment dishes including 18 Matching supper plates Juicer 2 pair Nylon curtains Quot like new Quot dust mop lunch pail sewing Cabinet kids games Small Wood trash Burner Garden Hose Lawn chairs car top Carrier Long old trunk outside Grill Large Quot Kamp Kool Quot ice Chest 2 step Stool Bird fooder Roll of tar paper Walnut table and Buffet Secretary writing desk old Rocker chair 5 Dinette chairs Davenport end their Smoko stand Small Wood table Small Wood Cabinet to treys Largo eld pros Suro cooker assortment of pictures and frames Quot some vary old Quot several floor lamps plus Many Othar miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. Lyle Stevens owner terms Cash and nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents buyers numbers. Register with clerk Quot your auctioneer Quot col. Pat Callahan lie. 24-08albert Loa Minn. 373-6047. Clerk and cashier Borg realty Albart Laa Minn. Auction Sale Calendar november 27, saturday 10 00 . Lyle Stavans owner. 8 Miles North of Albert Loa on Bath Road. Tools Yard equipment miscellaneous household goods. Pat Callahan auctioneer. Complete listing a november 23. December i wednesday 12 30 . Maynard Soma owner. 2 Miles South and it mile West of Bricelyn Minnesota. Machinery miscellaneous items. Quot your auctioneers Quot Don Babbitt Roy b. Johnson. Complete lilting nov Ember 24. December 4, saturday 1 02 . Mrs. Margaret Anderson owner 1328 Academy Albert Lea Minnesota. Two bedroom House Antiques household items. Quot your auctioneers Quot Roy b. Johnson Don Babbitt. Complete listing november 21, december i. December 7, tuesday 10 30 . Orville Woiwod owner. Location Garner Iowa. I mile East and % North of Garner. Far machinery and equipment. Quot your auctioneers Quot Amie Murra Roy b. Johnson. Complete listing a december 3. Marine corps announces enlistment . Marine corps announces limited two year enlistments Are now available to qualified Young men Between Ages 17 and 28. The two year enlistment involves a straight two years of Active duty with a delay of up to six months prior to assignment to Active duty. Following this enlistment Man will not be obligated to serve any Active duty Reserve time. Starting pay is approximately $300 a month. Those interested in this program Are urged to Contact the . Marine corps recruiting office by calling collect 345-5387 or by stopping at suite 204 Farmers insurance building second and Madison ave., Mankato. Point standings in two divisions girls to years and under and boys to years and under. Winners were introduced As follows High Point weanling Halter horse Alice Kluver Albert Lea first Lori Ashleson Albert Lea second Sandi Earl Albert Lea third Judy Menefee Albert Lea fourth. High Point yearling Halter horse Shelley Kluver Albert Lea first Dale Kluver Albert Lea second. High Point two year old Halter horse Keith Thompson Glenville first Alice Kluver second Betty Frantum Albert Lea. Third Dale Kluver fourth. High Point three year old Halter horse Dale Kluver first Mike Hibbard Albert Lea Brenda Peterson Albert Lea fifth. High Point menus pleasure Keith Thompson first Mike Hibbard second Doug Rawner Glenville third Dale Kluver fourth. High Point horsemanship 14 years and under Judy Menefee first Kyle Paulson second Shelly Kluver third Tom Gillard fourth Julie Ochs fifth. High Point horsemanship 15 years and Over Keith Thompson first Charlene Morrison second Julie Routh third Robyn Paulson fourth Douglas Prantner fifth. High Point showman at Halter 14 years and under Judy Menefee first Tom Gillard second Terry Thomp the Days records Naeve admissions november 22 Gregor Korthouar Rural Glenville. Franklin r. Means 714 Madison ave. Mrs. Henry Sunde Scarville. Mrs. De Hanson Bricelyn. Mrs. Reuben Severson 1327 Briarwood or. Mrs. Olaf Mauseth Alden. Judy Helgeson Lake Mills. Mrs. Peter Crom Lake Mills. Daniel Seaver Elmore. Naeve releases november 21 mrs. Warner Sanders 306 Wedgewood or. November 22 mrs. Lucille Tollifson 915 Maple Hill or. Mrs. Hans Hanson Kiester. Timothy Mummert 1014 Pinehill or. Oscar s. Johnson route 1. Mrs. Philip Walsh 310 Garden Road. Wells releases november 21 Chad worke Minnesota Lake. Keith sagr Bricelyn. Mrs. Richard Nelson Wells. Mrs. Charles Pagenkopf Wells. Deaths november 22 Thomas p. Karsjens 21, Hollandale in St. Mary a Hospital Rochester. Mrs. Martin Erickson 83, Thompson Iowa in Naeve Hospital. November 23 i. C. Stensrud 81, Hartland in St. Johns Home. Municipal court judge a. K. Grinley november 22 careless driving a Joseph Pitcher Bricelyn pleaded guilty fined $100 or 20 Days License suspended for 90 Days. Disorderly conduct Donald Johnson fort Worth Texas forfeited $15. Driving after suspension David Johnson Austin pleaded guilty fined $200 or 40 Days. Open bottle in motor vehicle David Johnson Austin pleaded guilty fined $75 or 15 Days. November 23 speeding Henry Tweed 1016 St. John ave., pleaded guilty fined $25 Larry Wakefield new Richland forfeited $12 Patrick Whalen Mason City Iowa forfeited $10 Clifford Krowiorz new Richland forfeited $10 Sandra Popkes Clarion Iowa forfeited $10 William Crawford Oakland forfeited $11 Boyd Zimmerman St. Paul forfeited $14. Following too closely Leslie Ackland route 2, forfeited $15. Excessive exhaust noise Michael Sorenson Hayward forfeited $5. Issuance of no account Check a Patricia Johnson Waseca pleaded guilty fined $35 or seven Days. Criminal damage to property and making Anonymous phone Calls with intent to alarm or annoy Floyd Carlson 325 e. First St., pleaded guilty sentenced to five Days on each count suspended on Good behaviour. Traffic violations Bureau speeding David Bennett 508 River Lane pleaded guilty fined $10. Excessive exhaust noise a Wayne Jorgenson Hayfield pleaded guilty fined $5. No two wheel endorsement Byron Jensen 910 Ramsey St., pleaded guilty fined $7.50. Illegal a turn Stanford Hayson South Shore drive pleaded guilty fined $10. Son Glenville third Kyle Paulson fourth Shelly Kluver fifth. High Point showman a t Halter 15 years and Over Keith Thompson first Julie Routh second Brenda Peterson and Sandi Earl tied for third Robyn Paulson fourth Mike Hibbard and Charlene Morrison tied for fifth. High Point egg and spoon 14 years and under Jon i Hunker Albert Lea first Ann Thorn Albert Lea second Kay Tavis Albert Lea third Shelly Kluver and Mary Turner Albert Lea. Tied for fourth Cindy Ganske Albert Lea fifth. High Point egg and spoon 15 years and Over Pat Kilian. First Charlene Morrison second Brenda Peterson third Bonnie Crane fourth Cheryl Attig Albert Lea fifth. High Point reining 14 years and under Judy Menefee first Cindy Ganske second Joni Hunker third Jon Hibbard fourth Ann Thorn fifth. High Point reining 15 years and Over Becky Logemann Northwood Iowa first Cheryl Attig second Dick Crane third Charlene Morrison and Bonnie Crane tied for fourth Mike Hibbard fifth. High Point barrels 14 years and under Robin Ochs first Lyle Seath Ellendale second Debbie goodnature Albert Lea third Ann Thorn fourth Cindy Ganske fifth. High Point barrels 15 years and Over Becky Logemann first Bonnie Crane second Dick Crane third Jill Nelson Albert Lea fourth Mike Hil it Bard fifth. High Point pole bending 14 years and under Robin Ochs first Debbie goodnature second Lyle Seath third Randy goodnature Albert Lea fourth Mary Turner fifth. High Point pole bending is years and Over Becky Logemann first Bonnie Crane second Dick Crane third Jill Nelson fourth Marilee Fosse Albert Lea fifth. High Point Rescue race 14 years and under Rick Pieper Albert Lea first Patricia Rofshus Albert Lea second Lyle Seath also second Ann Thorn third Debbie goodnature fourth David Gilman Albert Lea fifth. High Point Rescue race 15 years and Over Becky Logemann first Doug Prantner second Dick Crane third Bonnie Crane fourth Mike Hibbard fifth. High Point musical chairs 14 years and under Lyle Seath first Robin Ochs second Ann Rhom third Mary Turner fourth David Gilman fifth. High Point musical chairs 15 years and Over Dick Crane first Becky Logemann second Bonnie Crane third Doug Prantner fourth. A around High Point girl to years and under Debbie goodnature first Ann Thorn second Patricia Rofshus third Kay Tavis fourth Kyle Paulson fifth. All around High Point boy to years and under a Tom Gillard first Randy Ashleson second Ross Nelson Albert Lea third Chris Crane Albert Lea fourth. Close previous close december. .35.27 35.07 february 1972. .33.95 33.82 april 1972.33.02 32.82 june 1972.32.42 32.17 August 1972.32.00 31.90 october 1972.31.75 31.40 hogs close previous close december. .22.32 22.37 february 1972. .23.50 23.42 april 1972.22.37 22.30 june 1972.24.05 23.97 july 1972.24.22 24.10 August 1972 .23.12 22.95 local interest stocks prepared by Bishop amp Mahoney co. Resident manager Learley h. Miller prices at to . Today business previous american motors close close 7. American t amp t. .41.4 a i Borden. �?.6 Chrysler. A i con. Food. .1 Firestone. 23. A i Ford motor. �?.2 Gamble Skog. �?.4 Gen. Motors. 756 �?.2 household f. 50.4 -.2 ism. .291.6 int. Power. Jewel co. 56.7 �?.1 Ling to. 7.6 �?.1 Litton ind. 19, Marcor. �?.3 Mead corp. 16.4 .1 National Tea a i new Bank. �?.2 Ida. 29.4 �?.2 . Penney. 66.2 Dart. 42,4 Sears Roebuck. .81.2 �?.4 Walgreen. .22.3 �?.2 Weyerhaeuser. .44.4 �?1.6 Wilson Sinclair. 6.6 �?.1 1st Bank. Bid asked 38.1 11 future Farmers of America. He was also a gymnast. He had been employed As a Mold maker at the Continental foundry. Albert Lea. Lorn died of injuries received in a car tractor Accident East of Hollandale on Highway 251 at 7 10 . Oct. 2. He was taken to Naeve Hospital by i ambulance for emergency treatment and then rushed to 1 Rochester for surgery in St. Mary a Hospital. He never regained consciousness. Immediate survivors Are his a parents and a brother Allen his grandparents or. And mrs. Henry Vande ramp and d. M. Karsjens and his Fiancee Diane m. Massage. A sister Janice in 1963 had preceded him in death. I. C. Stensrud Hartland funeral services for i. C. Stensrud 81, Hartland a resident in St. Johns lutheran Home since a september is pending with the Olson Friedrich funeral Home. Stensrud died at 5 14 . Albert gleanings volleyball store Sells ice milk Skyline Mali a new Dairy treat store will carry ice milk products not ice Cream As reported sunday. Tonight games menus league a division Mead Viking is. Bill Sbarber shop court a. Wilson beepers is. A. L. Auto Salvage court c b division alter voc. Is. Streamers court d Wilson heat amp serve Brookside court f. Queen product has Bye. Five die on state roads is. In memory gifts in memory of the late Peter Sorenson. Arnold Holmquist Alfred Kipp Mary Ann Whelan Hodan and Ralph Peterson have been received by the american cancer society and will be used for research. Wilbur Veldman Hollandale is Freeborn county memorial chairman. Kimberly Diane or. And mrs. Lyle Knutson Cedar rapids Iowa Are the parents of a daughter Kimberly Diane born nov. 18, weighing 7 pounds and 12 ounces. Or. And mrs. Henry Knutson Rake and mrs. Edwin Lindstrom e. Moline ii Are the grandparents. Is surgical mrs. Raymond quam Rural Glenville is a surgical patient i n St. Mary a Hospital Rochester. She was admitted monday and submitted to surgery today. Her room number is 1-213. Father Dies or. And mrs. A. B. Stensrud or. And mrs. Ramon Nelson and or. And mrs. Lamar Anderson attended funeral services for Andrew Matson 96, at Randall Iowa. He was father of mrs. Stensrud. The by the associated press three Young men were killed and another seriously injured in a one car Accident monday near the Anoka county Washington county Border. The deaths along with those of a Cloquet pedestrian and a Marshall Minn., girl raised the 1971 Minnesota Road toll to 903, or 17 ahead of last years Pace. Bernadette polfliet 17, the daughter of or. And mrs. Alex polfliet of Marshall died in a Sioux Falls s.d., Hospital monday. She was injured about 10 40 . Last Friday when the car in which she was Riding left a township Road six Miles Southeast of Marshall and overturned. The car carried six Marshall youths. The Only ones requiring hospitalization were miss polfliet and Cindy Mclaughlin 14. The Driver Paul verly 16, was not Hurt. Killed about 6 30 . On Anoka county re. 14 were Patrick Dawe 22, White Bear Lake James Doran 19, White Bear Lake and Leslie Lacasse 20, Hugo Minn. Hospitalized in serious condition was William Casselman 20, White Bear Lake. Authorities said Charles Isaacson 61, was struck by a car and killed monday on Minn. 33 near Cloquet. Alden corp. Elects its officers Alden More than too attended the area development corp., dinner monday evening at redeemer lutheran Church and the meeting which followed at Alden Conger Public school. The Rev. Merlyn Olson president presided. Three directors were reelected for two year terms. They included Rev. Olson Richard Thunstedt and Walter Holland. Or. R. F. Schmidt and Elwood Guanella who were filling unexpired terms were reelected for one year. Fifteen members of Peoples natural Gas co. Presented a program in Observance of the 40th anniversary of the first installation of natural Gas in Alden. Films were shown of earlier Days. Nine projects were discussed for the development project Call Star highlights. A development area is on land known As the former Star farm where nine projects Are planned. The area is South of Alden and 1-90. Development will include a Motel cafe camping site and other projects

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