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FASTEST RESULTS! • PHONE 2954535 € it P«rWord, Cash in Advance 7c Pet Word, Charged UDM Want Aid Reach 6,000 fitch Weekl V»f«t to Otttlfled FOR SAtfi - 70 P. B, Suffolk fewes to lamb soon. Priced reasonably. , Phone Fenton 8892380. ; RAY OHRtMAN. (1-2) FOR SALE * 1 1 4 High bred brood sows, due to farrow last of January; CLARENCE OSBORN. . Phone 889-2209, Fenton. _____ J ________ (1-2*) FOR SALE - Purebred Hamp gilts, to farrow in Feb. and March,' and crossbred open gilts, LiCKTEiG BROS., Algona, phone 295-3031, (1-5*) FOR SALE I - 1 small guitar am- pllflei* With 6 -inch speaker almost new, Also a flat top guitar - clean and In good condition - has new set of strings. Ph. 295-2278. Daryl L. Johnson, R. R. 2, Algona, la. CLEARANCE SALE Zag Sewing Machines. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO.,. Algona, la. (79tfn) FOR SALE - Singer Sewing Machine, 1965 Model, Console cabinet. Used less than one year, Zlg-Zags, buttonholes, overcasting and fancy stitch designs, Can be seen In your area. Eight payments of Six dollars and thirty cents. Discount for Cash. Write N.W. CREDIT, 1080 West D., St. Paul, Minnesota 55112. (1-2*) FOR SALE - WHAT WILL YOUR WELDER DO FOR YOU ? SEE THE NEW 41B WELDER. FREE TRIAL. WE TRADE. GAMBLES, ALGONA. (96-2) FOR SALE - 1964 Volks. 2 dr. Owner leaving for service j 8-N Ford Tractor with loader and snow bucket. Ph. 2952022, Algona.^ _ (1-2*) FOR SALE - 700 Bales nice green alfalfa-orchard grass- brome hay. 75 Bushels Big Husky hog feeder. Ph. 8483626, Rolfe, la. (1-H*) FOR SALE - German Shepherd ' Pups, 6 weeks old. M. G. vlowa. ;F6RlsAl,E '*- Two Oil Burners, 55,000 and 25,000 BTU, good >, condition.' Reasonable. Ph. , Humboldt 332-3721. (1-H*) IX! rxl RE At ESTATE FOR SALE - 1- story modern Home. 2-bedrooms and heated sleeping porch, large living room and dining room, fireplace, near- new gas furnace. Close In at 322 W. Nebraska. Call RALPH W. LINDHORST at 295-3514. ffi-J*) FOR SALE - Family Home, kitchen, half-bath and four rooms downstairs, 3 bedrooms and full bath upstairs ; double garage, 'good location, to settle estate. 408 South Minnesota St., Algona, Ph. 295-5076 or 295-3801. (1-H*) FOR SALE - Over 1800 sq. ft. liveable area and over 2000 sq. feet under roof. Has to be seen to be appreciated. Any persons interested in buying a high quality home please contact DALE S. COFFIN, 1302 Elmhurst Ave., Humboldt, la. . (1-H*) • WANTED ;:•:= IMI WANTBP - Work by 58-year old man, Write Box 535-L, % this newspaper. (97»-l*) CASH FOR WALNUT TR&&8. § •>& COMPANY, BOX H, tOWA. 1(964$*) WANTED - Used Pool Table, regulation size. ph. Humboldt 332-3721. (1-H*) WANTED - Used slide Projector. Ph. Humboldt 3323721. .* •TV : FARM EQUIP. NEW AND USED MACHINERY 1 - WETMORE Grinder - mixer, demo. At BIG DISCOUNT, Ask Us. 1 - Used STAN -HOIST Loader to fit J. D. Tractor, with manual bucket. . . . $25.00 1 - Used KN1PCO #70 Space Heater $45.00 1 - Used Heavy-Duty Post Drill w/drlll bits. A BARGAIN 1 $25.00 NEW TERFEHR Stubble Cleaners for 2-3-4 and 5-6-7 Bottom Plows. 1 - No. 20 GRA1N-O-VATOR Box, Good Shape, Painted. NEW 1/2 H. P. Air Compressor, complete w/hose. . . .$82.50 1 - Used STAN-HOIST Loader w/manure bucket and snow bucket to fit JD 60 or 620 Tractors. 1 - HORN Stalk Cutter. "Short-proof" Electric Fencers, 2 and 4-Row NEW IDEA, BRADY and STAN-HOIST Stalk Cutters in stock. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA (1*) Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend sincere thanks to our neighbors, friends and relatives for the many memorials, floral offerings, gifts of food and other acts of kindness shown to us in the recent loss of our loved one. The Family of Fred Dransfeldt. (1*) CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend sincere thanks to our neighbors, friends -••ff.fvj^i*'.-'- '&*-.'ft--Jtf* w-* w r n «,0rlars, H^gE Qf^rlngSj: gfifffe pf food,? and other -acts of kindness shown to us in the recent loss of our loved one. A special thank you to Pastor Kautsch for his comforting words. For these many kindnesses we are deeply grateful. Mrs. Frank Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher, Herman Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sherman. M s ; "FOR RENT - 2-Bedroom Home in Algeria. LAWRENCE . MILLER. :Ph. 5-3945. (88tfn) FOR RENT - Downstairs large 2-bedroom Apartment, private entrance. Phone 295-5458, Algona, (Itfn) WVVHV^MpMWMMMP*HHMBI*> B ^ l ^ HHrill ' ll * lpl * M ^ MlllM * > ' FOR RENT - Large 3-bedroom House, outskirts of Algona, Ph. 295-9J28, (1) •FOR RENT - Good 2 year old Angus bull, FRANCIS BERTE, Bode, la, 379-1668, (1-2*) CARD OF THANKS To those who expressed their sympathy in so many beautiful and practical ways during our recent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. John B. Reding and family _ (1) CARD OF THANKS I want to say thank you to all the wonderful people for the flowers, gifts, cards, letters, visits, prayers and other expressions of kindness while I was a patient at St. Ann and Iowa City hospital. A special thanks to Msgr. Gearen and Father Bruch for their-prayers and visits and Dr, Rooney and the nurses for the excellent care I received. Mrs. Frank Cink. CARD OF THANKS Thank you for cards, visits and food during my recent illness. Ida Wildin. (1*) CARD OF t HA-NKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends and relatives for the flowers, memorials, food and the many, many acts of kindness shown us in the recent loss of our loved one. Mrs. James Christensen, Betty and David. Burt, Iowa. (i) ^^«^tittM.-g.^^^-^^^^^a^.^.^^^^^ Burt Mariners Name Officers For New Year BURT - Officers who will head the Burt Mariners club during 1966 were installed at the Jan. meeting Sunday night. In charge of the installation were Chaplains, Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Calbreath. Officers installed were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angus, skippers, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, first mates, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson, log keepers, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., pursers, Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Calbreath, chaplains, Mr, and Mrs. Larry Holding, look-outs, and Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Gifford, Dr. and nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., were appointed library committee and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stenzel were appointed music chairmen for the year. Devotions of the evening were given by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stenzel and in charge of the program were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker. The program included showing of a filmstrip, "You, In the Pulpit." The group voted to hold an all-day work meeting at the church Jan. 12. - o - •SPECIAL SERVICES "Student Recognition Day" was observed at the Burt Methodist church, Sunday. Students home for the holidays took part in the morning worship services. They were Gerald Hilton, Patricia Schwietert and Patsy Zwiefel. Soloist was Frances McDonald. iu. The message!',was . given by lEnsign 'Jay Hoppus, home'..on leave from officer's Candidate SchooV Naval Air Base, Pensacola, Fla. He spoke on "The Christian Student." Jay plans to go into the ministry following military service. He is a June graduate of Luther College, Decorah. - o - Mrs. Betty Miller, Diane Donna, Darlene and Dennis spent from Tuesday through Saturday with Supt. and Mrs. Richard Burmeister and family at Fontanello. The Burmeisters are the parents of a new daughter, Robin Rae, who arrived Dec. 11. The Bur- meisters are former Burt residents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sill were New Year's Eve guests a,t the George Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Valgene Westling moved Saturday into their new home they recently purchased in Algona. They have been residing in the home formerly occupied for many years by the Herman Bussies. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith and Margaret spent New Years at the Jack McMullen home, Northwood. They helped Cheryl observe her 12th birthday. Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Miller and sons moved into the Florence Bagby residence Saturday. The Millers recently purchased Lovstad Market and are now oper- ating it. It is now known as Bernies Market. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark and family, Spencer, spent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elsie Lockwood. They were accompanied back to Spencer by the daughter, Jennifer, who had spent several days with her grandmother. Jim Neibuhr returned to Burt Friday after visiting over the Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Neibuhr, Wells, Minn. Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk, Pocahontas, and Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Wiener were Sunday guests at the Al Hinckley home, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Batt, Sioux City, spent the weekend at the parental Bill Batt and Mrs. George Wichtendahl homes in Burt and Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs, Thees Schnakenberg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and family were New Years Day guests at the Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. home. The birthdays of Evelyn Mawdsley and Clara Schnakenberg were observed. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker were hosts to the Burt Mariners Sunday night. mi U a. m, to 4 p. m, six days a week. Night kitchen help, 5 p. m. to } a. m. six nights a week, VANS RESTAURANT, Algona, Ja. LOANS $50 $5,000 For Holiday Shopping —Winter Needs- To Consolidate Debts — Any Purpose Payment Plans to Suit Your Income, PHONE - WRITE - STOP IN TOPAY Open Fridays 'Til 8:30 P. M. — Closed Saturdays American Acceptance Corp. 112 Np. Moor* Phsn* 295-3507 ST. JOE KC's met Jan. 5, with Grand Knight Milford Plathe presiding. The Livermore Legion and the St. Joe K. C. kittenball party will be held in the local club rooms Jan. 6. Men of the parish are invited to attend a Day of recollection at St. Cecelia's, church in Algona with the Rev. Justin Kane, Britt in charge on Sunday Jan. 9. The Algona Knights are sponsoring this event. C. D. A. will meet Jan. 12 at 7:30 in St. Joseph's school hall with grand regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. Committee in charge of the lunch and social hour will be Mrs. Bob Berte, Mrs. Ralph Bormann, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Ed Bormann, Mrs. Ted Hilbert and Mrs, Delmer Plathe. The annual guest night for husbands and guests will be held Jan. 16, with a 6:30 pot-luck dinner followed by a social evening. Committee in charge, Mrs. Harold Reding Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. John Geischecker, Mrs. David McGuire, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas and Mrs. John Altman. Bernard Streit is a surgical patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Delmer Plathe came home Thursday from St. Ann hospital where he was a medical patient the past week. Carol Salz was given a farewell party at the home of Ruth Hofer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hofer, with girl classmates from here and Theresa Hoberer, St. Benedict, attending. Carol was presented a gift and a social afternoon was followed by lunch and refreshments. Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' Reinald Salz, will leave for Ottumwa where the family has moved to continue school when the second semester begins. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and family spent Sunday at Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, to visit their daughter and sister, Sister M. Letitia and a niece and cousin, Betty Lou Frideres. They also visited Sister M. Eleanor at Holy Family hall with an aunt , Mrs. Kate Hess, Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds and family entertained Christmas night in their home, with Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and family from here and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dodds and daughters and Mrs. Mary Winkel, Algona, as dinner guests. The Farmerette 500 club held their annual Christmas party Dec. 27 at Charlie's in Algona with club members' husbands and Mr. and Mrs, Wilfred Schneider as guests. Following dinner, 500 was played followed by a gift exchange. High prizes in cards were won by Mrs. Clarence Bormann and John Capesius, second high to Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas and Art Kohlhaas, travel to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann. Mrs. John Capesius and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet were in charge of arrangements. A house warming party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas at their January- gathering with the husbands as guests, Mr, and Mrs. Kohlhaas have just completed a remodling job on their home. Brother Dies LONE ROCK - Word has been received here by relatives that Ed Krueger , 73, Hosseau, Minn, died Friday. He is a brother of Mrs, P. M. Christenson and Ruth Krueger of this area. thurtday, January *, 1966 Algano, (la.) Upf»* Bt* Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA THANK YOU! FOR MAKING OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE & SALE A HUGE SUCCESS i PRIZE WINNERS: EARL ZEIGLER - FREE TRIP TO OZARKS FOR ENTIRE FAMILY EUGENE HENRY - KNIPCO HEATER KEN TRENARY - HYDRAULIC CYLINDER PAT BRADLEY - BATTERY JOHN McNEILL - LOG CHAIN PAUL ERPELDING - ANTI-FREEZE WHEN READY TO SELL YOUR CHOICE STEERS and FAT HEIFERS CALL OR WRITE THE SPENCER PACKING Co, Spencer, | 0 wa «- Aree Code 712 - Phene 262*4254 V \ FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Molnei JAN. 7, FRIDAY - WALTER DITSWORTH Sale, at farm 2 miles West and 1/4 North of Burt, 1 p. m. Machinery, hogs, cattle, buildings, household goods, misc. Farmers*Traders Bank, Bancroft, clerk; Quinn & Clark, auctioneers. Sales details in today's paper. JAN. 8, SATURDAY - At 9:45 a. m., ALBERT & MARGARET HARMS Sale, 6 1/2 miles South of Lakota, or 6 East of Bancroft on blacktop and 1/2 South. Machinery, land, dairy cattle, equipment, etc. Red Madsen, Burt, clerk; Quinn & Leek,auctioneers. Sale details in today's UDM. JAN. 8, SATURDAY - 1 p. m. Wm. J. C. ERPELDING Sale, 2 West and 2 1/2 North of Lu- Verne, Offering power machinery, 21 head cattle, hogs, and misc. items as enumerated in ad in today's UDM. Security State Bank of LuVerne, clerk; Quinn & Leek, auctioneers. JAN. 17, MONDAY - MARLIN LARSEN Sale, one West of Seneca store and one mile South. To auction 160-acre farm, 41 Hoi- steins, farm machinery, misc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Security State Bank of Algona, clerk. Sale details in UDM in near future. FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom 295-3112 tfn) S 8 I Thanks A Lot! Mack's Market Sexton, Iowa Mack and Meta HOMES FOR SALE NEW LISTING: Old house & garage (needs some fixing) on 'i lots — 619 t. Fair. Located in new housing area. Improved streets. Gas, sewer A watar into lots. Excellent ares. Well located to ejrade scttool & new hiah school site. ONLY $7,500'.00 * Lae. M:Mohon 5 bedroom 'home, 704 E. Call ... SOLD * 2 bedroom home — 415 N. Church — all oak floors — bedroom and Va bath down — bedroom and full bath up, attached garage—NEW PRICE . .$15,700.00 * 2 bsctroom neat home in Whittemore, new kitchen, now gas furnace . $5,000.00 * 2 bedroom, 4 E. Kennedy. Real close in. House not old. Has nice kitchen. Full bi>:emf.nt. NOW ONLY $10,000.00. * 3 bedroom older home plus shop building. 504 S. Minnesota. New qas furnace — All for $6,000.00 * 3 fcsdrwvm, 915 E. Elm, with Bedroom and bath n. 2 bedrooms up. Good f 'IT..ate — Y :w.?50.00. 3 bedroom. Oij-i'itv Family Home, 514 S. HaVlen, Attached naraf;». Large kitchen, eating aro.i, V? hath. Up, 3 bedroom"; and totli, Oil heat. Owner moved. Immediate possession — $15,500.00 * 4 bedroom. 2 bf *h$ (can be duplex). 9 F C?|| St. Vacant. Has gar "o. Gas heat $9,000.00 * 4 or 5 bedroom (also duplex) 321 S. Jones. In excellent condition. Al! rcibcorated. 2 baths. Beaufifijl now built-in IcUrh^n complete. Garage. Pricelest (oca- tion . $12,900.00 * 2 DUPLEXES -309 E. Kenned/ — ALL RENTED , $10,500.00 504 E. McGregor — Good location ..-- ... $11,500.00 * Lovely new Ranch Home — 3 bedrooms, double attached garage, on 100' lot — oil cyclone fenced. Large kitchen with built-in stove & oven. An owner-quality built home. Priced far below today's replacement cost. SEE HERBST REAL ESTATE JOELM. &TEOS. HERBST (over Penney's) 295-3733 END OF THE YEAR SPECIALS! USED TRUCKS '52 Chev. 2 ton, 2 speed 14 ft. box, hoist ___ $950 '57 V195 401 5 spd. engine and trans., majored - $2250 '53 F600 2 ton. 5 speed $550 '62 HC Travelall custom $1495 '55 Studebaker % V8 _. $375 '55 R-160 school bus, 54 passenger A-1 $825 3 • IH 1600 2 ton, 2 spd. Low Miles Will Deal. '63 %4 ton, 4 spd. Ford Pickup - $1495 '59 BC 162 16' Box & Hoist TRACTORS '65 F806D only 200 hours. This Is a Trade In on a F1206D. '61 3010 JD. Nice ___ $3450 '59 Case 800-D Case-o- matic 3 pt. $33.50 '60 F460 Std. DBR _- $2750 '54 400 recond. FH __ $2250 '56 F300, P.S., new SAP $1595 '55 33 MH 3 pt. LPTO WF $1450 '49 IHC W9 Diesel "D" $975 '44 JD "A" OHIO $375 '41 SC Case. Nice $175 '64 F706 450 hours _- $4995 '59 F560 N - S8.P updated $3650 '60 F560 N tires updated _ $3595 '61 F560 D - WF updated $3895 '59 F560 FH updated $3650 '61 F560 DFH updated $3995 '46 IH W4 Std. Nice _. $450 '46 A JD P Trol _ $595 F450 Firecrater S&P „ $2650 4 • Cub Cadets with mowers Come In and Have a Look. TILLAGE JD Steerable 4-16" plow Like new $890 37 14 ft. tandem SB _. $675 3 bar Broyhill harrow _ $125 JD 555 4-14 In. $425 60 IHC 4-14 TB $650 55 ABH JD 3-14 hyd. . $325 Case 514 pull plow, nice $550 Oliver 4340 4-14 16 TB $650 3 pt. 4-14 JD, like new $375 14% ft. Kewanee tandem _ .:_-._'— $37.5 2MH picker nice $950 Mpls. 2 row pull picker $675 42 ft. Mayrath PTO elevator $375 '61 Case 425 Picker, 400 Mtgs. __ $975 44' Kelly Ryan PTO Elev. $395 Nl No. 61 A. Stalk Cutter $275 Horn Stalk Cutter $275 IH No. 70 4-16 TBSB Colt- ers, plowed 40 acres $925 MC Chopper Demo $975 Viking No. 32 Mill Auger In and out $325 Oliver 3-16" Ground Lift $100 Surge Milker complete, 2 buckets & Pump $175 37 14 ft. tandem P Brgs. $475 37 14' tandem Sid. Brgs. $595 IH 311 • 3-14 FH plow $350 IH No. 70 4-14" $695 IH 540 4-14" Steerable $925 No. 25 IH Stalk Cutter $275 6 Section Drag $120 '62 Blue Devil Burr Mill auger in and out — $450 1 - 461 IH Cult. 560 Mtgs. $680 1 • Western Land Roller $225 JD PTO Chopper Hay & Corn Head ;. $350 Barge Box & Running Gear $125 IH 455 Cult/560 mtgs. $550 '58 Case No. 130 Hay Baler $465 2 • No. 400 JD Cult. 60 mtgs. —.„..„ ea. $295 Near New IH Pickup attach For No. 80 Combine $225 '61 No. 80 Case Combine Sharp , $950 '61 151 IH SP Combine, Cab, Header control, Hume Reel _._.>, $4750 '64 IH 303 SP Combine 13' Header, Hume Reel and Header Control Cab and all necessary accessories. This machine is just like new and has combined less than 1000 acres. '64 228 Corn Head fpr above machine. PLANTERS IH 450 with Fert, and Gandy .,„.,„„• $675 IH 450 with Fert .„..,.... $575 IH 450 Reg. Runners ,„ $350 IH 456 DBL Gandy. Fert & Rp Wheels, p|gnt§cj very little ,-„*„„,$1475 JD 49Q 501. dilk Ftrt & , P&L Qsncjy „„„.. $395 •JP 490 with Pert $26,1 AfTtr h»wn Ph, 295-5321 ALOQNA IMPlfMfNT COMPANY Ala Q ng ( lflw«

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