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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1965
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T HE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! PHONE 295-3535 • per Word, Cash in Advance per Word, Charged j)M Want Ads Reach 6,000 ffamilies Each Week! Algona Upper DCs Moines Classified Rates IfOR SALE, gen'l IB SALE - 450 DeKalb pullets, laying now. Reasonably priced. HOMER HENDR1CKSON, Ringsted, la. (82-83) -OR SALE - Good going small business in Algona, $1000.00 will handle for qualified buyer. Write Box 535-R, Algona, la. (82 tin) OR SALE - Purebred Hampshire Boars, lepto and bangs tested. RALPH RE DING, Ottosen, 8 mi. South, 1/2 west of Hobarton. (74-89*) FOR SALE - House, Hog House, Hen House and Corn Crib located in Cresco Twp. To be moved before January, 1966. JOHN ZELLER, Ph. 295-3813. Algona, la. (83) CLEARANCE SALE of UsedZig- Zag Sewing Machines. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO., Algona, la. (79tfn) FOR SALE - Purebred Hampshire Spring and Fall Boars. Serviceable age. Large selection; also open Gilts. JOSEPH SKOW, Wesley, la. (73-99*) SALE - 1965 Mobile Home 12 x 65 ft., 2 months old. Entry and blocks inc. JOE KOLLASCH, Whittemore, la. Ph. 4294. •• (83-84*) FOR SALE - Practically new Wurlitzer Spinet Piano. CHARLES R. FLEECE, Havelock, Iowa, phone 776-2287. (83H*) FOR" SALE - Purebred Hampshire and Poland China boars, blood tested, meat-type, wgt. 250-350. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ Fenton, phone 116 or 489. (75-90*) FOR SALE - Registered Yorkshire boars and gilts. Testing station records. F. L. JACKSON and SONS, 3 1/2 miles SE. Lyton, Iowa., ph. 466-2458 or 466-2455, Hum- bojft ^ , C83H*) FORPSALE - 32" x 48" Quonset Building to be removed by buyer. Doors both end. Ca-n be seen at Mickey Ford, Humboldt. Ask for BOB MICKEY. (83H*) FOR RENT FOR RENT - Modern Farm House with oil furnace, full bath. Available March 1. Price right on rent. Good road on school bus route. Contact Box 535-A, c/o this newspaper. (82-83) WANT -Custom Corn Combining. Call 379-1420 or 294-3322 after 6 p. m. CAVE or LUKE McGUIRE, Burt. (82-87) - t^i«n«. iniiii««> immm i _. ,— ...-WANTED TO RENT - Two to" three bedroom house in Algona, or large apartment. W. J. HOOD at Super Valu store, Algona. (83tfn) 1 "• j -. . i ~.» WANTED - Custom plowing, 4- bottom outfit, reasonable rates. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton, phone 116 or 489. (75-90*) .•JMI^-——i 1,-imr-.-- r- ' -- - L T -_WANTED - Woman over 30, earn $10 a day from now on until Christmas. Part time use of car necessary. Phone 2955491 after 5 p. m. or write MERILYN BOEKELMAN, Box 174, Algona. (81-85*) WANTED r Custom Plowing 6-bottom equipment. RUSCH BROS. Ph. 925-3402 or 9253407. (80-85*) HAULING - Rubbish, miscellaneous. O'BRIEN TRUCKING SERVICE, ph. 295-2624. (83) Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for all the cards, letters and prayers, while I was in the hospital and at home. A special thank you to Rev. and Mrs. Morz for their visit and prayers. FredPannkuk. (83*) CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks for the many expressions of sympathy following the death of our wife and mother. Richard Sorenson and Family. (83*) CASH FOR WALNUT TREES. S. & R. WALNUT COMPANY, BOX 16, ROWAN, IA. (79-88*) FARM EQUIP. PORTLAND NEW AND USED MACHINERY 1 - 150 bu. Flare, Electric Wheel. Used one year - Like new $150 1 - Used HORN Steel Flare Wagon Box. Good. .... $60 2 - Used J. D. High Speed Plow Bottoms with throw shares, like new. . . . Each. . . $30 NEW TERFEHRStubbleCleaners for 2-3-4- and 5-6-7 Bottom Plows 1 - NEW Rear Ladder for J. D. 227 Picker $10 1 - No. 20 GRAIN-0-VATOR Box, Good Shape, Painted 1 - Used NEW IDEA 6-A Corn- picker $295 1 - Used NEW IDEA 300 Picker. A real good one, ready to "go. A real BUY1 1 - 6A NEW IDEA 2-row Corn- picker $125 NEW 1/2 H. P. Air Compressor, ,-. complete .. . $82.50 1 - UfifcW STANHOIST'-Loader w/ manure bucket and snow bucket to fit JD 60 or 620 Tractors. "Short-Proof" Electric Fencers 2 and 4-ROW NEW IDEA, BRADY, AND STANHOIST STALK CUTTERS IN STOCK WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA (83) FOR SALE - Farmall F-20 with mtd. 2 M picker. Ready for field on good 26 in. tires. Valves ground this fall. Cheap. Phone 295-3073. (82-85) FOR RENT - 6 room modern house with garden spot. Available November 1st. FRANK GRIFFITH. Gilmore City, Iowa. (83H*) FOR RENT - 3 bedroom modern country home on Black top. 332-1123. Humboldt, Iowa. (83H*) I REAL ESTATE FARMS FOR SALE - 160 A. North of Wesley; 120 A, Northeast of Whittemore j 113 A. Northeast of Fenton. To close estates. See ATTY, H. W. MILLER, Algona. (80-83) HOUSE FOR SALE - Algona. Older Home. Good condition. Fine location. "7 rooms, 1 1/2 baths. Ph. 295-5846. (81-83) FOR SALE - Extra nice 2 bedroom home. Full basement and garage. May be seen by appointment. Call 332-3543. MRS. SOPHIE ENGSTROME, Near Catholic church, Humboldt. (83H*) FOR SALE - 2 story, 3 bedroom home. 2 blocks from school, You must see this one inside to appreciate it's true value. MIKE HALL, phone 332-2729, Humboldt. (83H*) Miscellaneous HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE- Private sale to dispose of the late Ruth Hodgson's household goods, to be held Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5-6, at her home in Burt, Iowa. Antiques to be sold Saturday at 10 a. m. Phone 924-3410 for more information, (82-83) COMING DECEMBER 10 AT ALGONA'" SALE BARN - Sale of 800 Ewes, will be bred to lamb in March, April and May; also feed equipment for sheep and some machinery. Also some meat-type sows bred to top boars, At the Black Cat Creek farm north of Algona. V. C, SMITH. (81tfn) ^ u --r- m an mm»m «m i m MR. FARMER -Something new in farm property Insurance, If you want more protection - a broader coverage - fair claim settlements - low rates - see L. S. BOHANNON, east oflowa State Bank. (83) I By Mrs. Victor Fitch illlllllllllllllllllllljllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks attended church Sunday in the Methodist church at Forest City and were dinner guests of Rev. Max Goldman and family. Portland Progress Club met Oct. 28 in the home of Arlene Marlow, with Hazel Steven assistant hostess. Judy Eckels and Linda Meister were guests. Program was a "Report on United Nations" by Eva Shipler. Ethel Smith received a surprise package from her secret sister. Margaret Govern was in charge of fun time. She had each one tell of some things they planned to make for Christmas. The next meeting will be held Nov. 18. Hostesses Myrtle Zwiefel Ethel Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs.' W. A. Wood, Algona. Susie Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schmidt, Titonka, was a weekend guest of Debbie Christensen, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Billy Christensen, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Judy,. B«n Leeck and, Mr. and.™ Mrs. 11 Harold *Andreasen were Sunday supper quests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow of LuVerne were Sunday evening callers in the P. W. Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Bristow and Mr. and Mrs. Marlow went to Bancroft where they visited their mother, Mrs. Clara Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert went to Blue Earth Sunday where they visited and were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Schwietert's brother and family, the Clarence Baums. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert entertained her bridge club Monday. Members of the club are Hilda Gross, Bertha Elvldge, Cecelia Scotti Esther Bahllng and Esther Sorenson. Mrs. Bahling's neice and little daughter were guests. Mr. and Mrs.MennetTrunkhlll took Catherine to Ames Sunday where she took a bus for Des Moines and will take the state board exams Monday and Tuesday after attending beauty school at Sioux City. They also visited Sherald Sydness and family at Ames, Mr, and Mrs. Tony Jandl were Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Diers home in honor of Bonnie Diers first communion. Marvin Peterson of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the Mennet Trunkhill home and the Jerry Peterson home at Algona. "The reason some folks don't realize they are lost is because they never had any Idea where they were going." Ships sailing from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans via the Panama Canal travel from north to south. Seven Members Join Algona Church Sunday New members received into the Methodist church Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. William Easier, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engstrom, and Mrs. Vernon Krull. Following services, coffee was served in the Fireside Room, allowing the new members to become acquainted with others in the congregation. The next service of baptism for children will be next Sunday. Parents are asked to contact the pastor for details. Hosts for Methodist Youth Fellowship last Sunday were Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr. Counselor is Emily Nevitt. Hosts to the 1YF were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr.' Counselor is Mrs. JoeTschetter. Leading devotions and recreation were Jenalee Hutchison and Kristy Kent. Ill HOSPITAL NEWS ® Duraclean "flower-fresh" cleaning NO soaking—NO scrubbing NO upset house! Colors come alive, fibers revive. Dry in a few hours. For FREE qvelall«n phon* LOWELL SAMP 295-2282 WANTED WANTED - Young man lor work in grocery department. Apply in person. Hood's Super Valu. > (82 tfn.) WANTED MECH. - Need good man in independent, well equipped . shop. Excellent future. Owatonna Auto Clinic, Owatonna, Minn. (83-84) EXPERIENCED LIVESTOCK MA N! OPINING FOR MAN WHO WANTS TO EARN $10,000 OR MORi IF YOU KNOW LIVESTOCK NUTRITION and are capable of hiring, training, and supervising salesmen, yow can earn more than $10,000 per year as the Sales Supervisor Pf a five-cownty area for the pioneer producer of pre-mixes for live- StOCk ' The position carries a GUARANTEED SALARY PLUS EXPENSES AND BONUS ON SALES. Receive comprehensive training in the company's full line of nationally advertised pre-mix and animal health products. For details, write: Supervisor Opening Box 1230 Cedar Rapids, Iowa Rea Estate Transfers Thursday, November 4, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines—13 Baile\, Henry, Sgl. to State of la. 10-21-65 A parcel of land located in SW1/4 N. of C. M. St. Paul & p. R. w. see rec. 33-96-27. Briggs, George, Sgl. to Dale E, Werner et ux 10-21-65 Cooke's First Add. Swea City, Lots 2 & 3 blk 7. Hurlburt, Mancil & Ruth to Alfred E. Anderson 10-19-65 W. 80* of W. 160* Lot 4 blk 6 Howard's First Add., Swea City. Kuchenreuther, Harold F. & DeVeda to James J. Stangl et ux 10-25-65 Call's Add. Lot 5 blk 223; Algona. Nelson, Ida A. widow; KeithD. & Odell to Alfred E. Anderson 10-19-65 W, 80" of W. 160' lot 4 blk 6 Howard's First Add., Swea City. Emanuel, Charles, sgl. to Richard C. Mawdsley 10-19-65 A strip of land 100* wide being 50' on each side of original center line of main track of Mpls. & St. L. R. W. Co. over & across Nl/2 SW1/4 see rec. 17-95-27 & that part of SW1/4 desc. as see rec.; 17-95-27. Ill Oct. 26 - Admitted: Mrs. Bernita Rusk, Algona, medical; Thelma Thilges, Bode, accident; dismissed: Mrs. Helen Gales, Liver more; Mrs. Roger Arndorfer and baby, Sexton; Mrs. Patricia Householder and Wendy Householder, Whittemore. Oct. 27 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. James Modrell, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 11 oz.; admitted; Clifford Holmes, LuVerne, medical; Catherine Detrick, Algona, medical. Oct. 28 - Birth: Mr. andMrs. Paul Anliker, West Bend, girl, 7 Ibs., 8 oz.; admitted : Mrs Frances Cink, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs.AllenVanderby and baby, Algona; Michael Thull, LuVerne. Oct. 29 - Birth: Mr. andMrs. Raymond Kelly, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 13 1/2 oz.; admitted: Joseph -Bonstettef.s Whittemore, -! me'dicaV; dismissed :.' r LukeHam- ilton, Bancroft. Oct. 30 - Admitted: Patricia Lynch, Lone Rock, surgery; Pamela Detrick, Harry Godden, Algona, medical; Michael Sheridan, Algona, accident. Oct. 31 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bell, Algona, boy, 6 Ibs., 8 oz.; admitted: ShannonReilly, Algona surgery; Mrs. Katie Alt, West Bend, medical j dismissed: Mrs. Margaret Scheppman, Algona; Mrs. James Modrell and baby, Algona; Mrs.ThelmaThil- ges, Bode. Nov. 1 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bjustrom, Whittemore, boy, 9 Ibs., 8 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buscher, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 13 oz.j admitted: Mrs. Elvira Monlux, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Catherine Detrick, Mrs. Bernita Rusk, Algona; transferred toMasonCity: Mrs. Elvira Monlux, WALLEYE An 11 pound, 4 ounce walleye pike was taken from Big Spirit Lake this month by Ralph Fliehler, Ringsted. He cast from the shore. Accidents Plague Area, Six More Persons Hurt Six more persons, bringing the total to 10 for the week, were hospitalized following mishaps as auto accidents continued to plague drivers in the area. The injured are : Rita Girres, 14, Wesley, fractured nose and lacerations; Slgret Johnson, 14, Wesley, cut on leg ; Jim Junker- meler, Lakota, Jeffrey Blome, 18, Lakota; JoAnn Smidt, Titonka; and Michael G. Sheridan, 19, Algona, head and hand cuts. Injuries to Junkermeier, Blome and Miss Smidt were not known at once, but Blome was in critical condition for a time. The Lakota youths and the Titonka girl were hurt when a car driven by Junkermeier went out of control on a blacktop road, ran down into a ditch and slammed Into a light pole. The car did not roll over. The injured were taken to Buffalo Center hospital for treatment and Mark Hamilton, Lakota, and Mavis Harm, Titonka, were taken to a physician for observation. The crash occurred Sunday at 4 p. m. north of Lakota and Junkermeier was charged with reckless driving by Patrolman Charles Bird who Investigated. There war considerable damage to the auto. ; Miss, Girres and Miss Johnson wejje hurt Monday at 7 p. m. two miles north and 1 1/2 miles east of Sexton at a county gravel road intersection when a car driven by Ronald A. Johnson, 17, Wesley, collided with a tractor-corn picker being driven by Francis USED CARS Take Your Pick From These "Ready To Go" Vehicles 1964 PONTIAC Bonneville 4- door Hardtop, full pwr. and air conditioned. 1964 CHEVROLET 2 dr., 6 cyl. straight stick. 1964 CHEVROLET Bel Air 2 dr., V8, st. stick. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr. Hardtop, pwr. strg. & brakes. Air Cond. 1964 PONTIAC Catallna 4 dr. Hardtop. 17,000 mi. power steering & brks. 1963 OLDSMOBILE F-85 4-dr. Station Wagon, st. stick with Air Cond. - V8. 1963 BUICK 2 door Hardtop, st. stick, radio, 24,000 miles. Very Clean. 1962 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Sta. Wag., V8, auto. Trans. 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr. sedan. New tires, pwr. strg., outo. trans. 1961 CADILLAC 4 door, Full pwr., Air Conditioning. 1961 FORD Galaxie 4 door, V8, auto, trans.i Whit* with red Interior. 1959 CHEVROLET 4 dr., str. •tick, 6 cyl.i new tires. 1958 BUICK Super 4 door Hardtop. Power strg. & brks., auto, trans. Cleanest Buick in the country. 1958 CHEVROLET 4 dr., V8, auto, trans., very clean. MANY OLDER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM Schultz Bros, Transportation Headquarters S. Phillips Algond J. Pfeffer, 48, Wesley, who was charged with having only one headlight. The auto was headed east and the machine headed west. Damage to the car was estimated at $1,000 while damage to the picker was estimated at $200 by Patrolman Bird. Sheridan was hurt Saturday at 11:20 p. m. when the car he was driving missed a curve north of Burt on old highway 169 and crashed Into a pole. He was taken to Holy Family hospital for treatment. Damage to the auto was estimated at $400 by Patrolman Bird. Three charges were filed as a result of a crash here Tuesday at 12:15 a. m. A car'driven by Harlan Brown, 16, Algona, collided with a parked car owned by C. J. McEvoy, Algona, on North Garfleld street. Damage to the auto driven by Brown was estimated at $450, while $300 damage resulted to the McEvoy vehicle. Brown was charged with no driver's license and David M. Dlmond, owner of the car, was charged with faulty equipment and permitting an unauthorized person to drive. Police investigated. 1937 Picture Gets Fill-in On All Unidentified Last Thursday's picture of the 1937 Kiwanis club of Algona, and the youthful guests they had at the time the photo was taken, created much local interest, and several volunteers filled in the names of those not at first identified. Oliver S. Reilly was pictured, not Chet Kurtz as stated. Reilly was at that time secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, and Kurtz was manager of the Swift plant here. Both are now dead. One "unknown" was identified as Judge Jesse L. Bonar, for over 40 years Algona city attorney. A second "unknown" was Harry Holmes, then owner of the Modern Dry Cleaners here, and a third was Fred Behlmer, operator of a candy kitchen and sweet shop in the building now occupied by Kirk's Shoe Store. Thank you for your assistance in rounding out the identities. USED MACHINERY 3-MM Huskers _ $425 • $625 ME mid. Husker $285 227 J. Deere mtd. Picker $795 2-MM Uni-Huskers _._ $465 MM Uni-Huiker w/tract. $995 9' MM Uni Combine _._ $795 Humboldt Rotary Cutter $295 FORD mtd. Picker w/IHC mlgs. - $1395 E MM PTO Sheller $895 E MM PTO Shellor $995 445 M-M Tractor $1495 B John Deere $445 UB M-M w/live power & live hyds. $1445 '58 MM 5 Star w/LPTO PS & T.A. $2395 1948 U M-M $695 1947 U M-M w/hyd. & New Tires _. $895 1946 A JOHN DEERE ._ $295 Auger Wagon $165 3-16" Oliver Plow $395 4-16" Oliver Plow $545 IHC 3-14" Plow $195 Heider Auger Box with cover $345 Meyers 42 ft. Elevator $295 Owatonna 44 ft. Elev. $395 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main ALGONA FERTILIZER SPREADING ' NOW IN FULL SWING FALL FERTILIZATION CAN MEAN 'DISCOUNTS, TAX WRITE-OFFS, SAVINGS ON LABOR, LESS WAITING TIME AND BETTER ODDS FOR TOP PROFIT YIELDS NEXT YEAR. CALL 295-2701 FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF ALL YOUR FERTILIZER NEEDS. § WHAT'S YOUR PLEASURE? 5 i A NEW CAR ? A '65 CLOSEOUT ? b AN EXTRA CLEAN USED CAR ? & DAU'S HAVE THEM ALL ! I 1 - - JUST 2 '65's LEFT OLDSMOBILE 1 - RAMBLER A FINE SELECTION OF 1966 OLDSMOBILES & RAMBLERS IN STOCK EXTRA CLEAN USED CARS '63 OLDS Super 4 door Sedan '62 RAMBLER Ambassador 4 dr. Sedan '62 RAMBLER Classic 4 dr. Sedan 2 - '62 FORDS '61 OLDS 98 4 door Sedan '61 OLDS Dynamic 4 door Sedan SEVERAL OTHER LATE MODEL USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM IF YOU~ARE TOO BUSY TO COME IN DURING THE DAY GIVE US A CALL FOR AN EVENING APPOINTMENT. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO SHOW YOU OUR FINE LINEUP OF CARS. __ n A II'C OLDSMOBILE DAU 5 & RAMBLER 125 South Dodge TELE. 295-5144 AIGQNA, IOW* Dependable USED CARS '65 CHRYSLER Newport 2-dr. Hardtop — Demonstrator. Mist blue. $ave hundreds on this demo, that cannot be told from new I '64 CHRYSLER Newport, 4 dr. Air Conditioning, power steering & brks., Torque- flite trans., LIKE NEW. '64 DODGE 330, 4 dr., 8 cyl., auto, trans., light Turquoise. One-owner trade. '64 DODGE Custom 880 4 dr. 8 cyl., Torqueflite, power steering. Many extras on this fine deluxe car in Turquoise color. '64 DART GT 2 dr. Hardtop. Only 14,000 miles, powder blue, like new. '64 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 dr., radio, pwr. strg., auto, trans., whitewalfs. many extras. A very fine one- owner car, Red & White. '63 DART 270 Station Wagon, 6 cyl., Torqueflite, radio, new whitewall tires, one owner trade. '62 DODGE 4 door, 8 cyl., Torqueflite, power strg., very clean. One owner. '62 MERCURY Meteor Custom 4 dr., 8 cyl. straight shift, One owner — very sharp! '61 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr., air conditioning, 8 cyl., auto, trans., pwr. strg., pwr. brakes. '60 OLDS Super 88 4-dr. hdtp. AIR CONDITIONED. Many extras including power steering and brakes. See this one owner car. '59 MERCURY 4 dr. Sedan. Auto, trans, pwr. strng., yellow & white color. WAY, WAY ABOVE I AVERAGE. ] 59 FORD Galaxie 4 dr., 8 cyl. w/auto. trans. Turquoise & white. Sharp car I — only $595. '58 PLYMOUTH Station Wag., 4 dr., 8 cyl., auto., radio. Very good cond. $295. • TRUCKS • '61 INTERNATIONAL V4 Ton Pickup. 8 eyl., 3 speed. New paint. Priced right. '49 CHEVROLET 1 Ton, comb, stock & grain box. Way above average. PERCIVAL'S DODGE * CHRYSLER) $«, Phillip* St.

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