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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1960
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InDesMoines ^Sights- -of.; frational*. Farmers Ofganizat on (NFO) rfiembers and leaders are seVon ties Moines as they make preparations for the Second "NFO Mating tot Action" t6- be Reid 1 in Veteran^ Auditorium. Tuesday, Aug. 9. The session will begin at 12:30 p.m. and promises to be the largest meeting in the history Sf the organisation. ' NFO lea'ders and members from 10 midwestern states are expected to attend this important meet- irig. The agenda of the meeting lis as follows: (1) The' officers and board of directors will report on •the progress of the organization. (2) An analysis will be given of the job yet to be done; (3) Leaders and members will be called Upon to assist in making plans concerning the part test holding actions will play in the over all plan^of action for collective bar' gaining for the American fa'rmer, and (4) Specific decisions will'be ' made concerning plans for an all out holding action. * , All.'couhty NFO members and leaders are being urged to attend the" meeting. ','; Officials of the organization stated- that it is the policy of the officers and directors of the NFO Utilities \- • ' \ i Municipal UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS 'A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algeria Municipal Utilities was held In the City Hall. City of Algoha, la., July 5, 1060. at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Present Were: Allen Buchanan, O.-.B. Harmes,'Melvin Bay, T. Jarnes Palmer, Supt., and Ira Kohl,, Sec. The minutes of the meeting of June 16, 1960, were read and approved. (Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Hnrmes, that the Vouchers payable be 1 approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Bucharibn, Harmes and Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. LIGHT FUND ' W-.' W. Sullivan P.M.,. supp. __•„ 202.00 C. M. St. P. & • P. R. R. Co., freight -- 40.13 Stomac Motor Express, freight . 12.65 Sinclair Ref. Co., fuel oil 755.73 C. M. St. P: & P. R. R, Co., freight 344.08 Payroll, payroll ^ : 2,050.62 F. C. Dailey. labor ./ 121.46 Maurice Krebsbach, labor _— 60.74 David Zittrltsch, labor : 66.76 Milton Bilyeu, labor 248.02 Mervin Hentges, labor , 170.33 Wilbur -Brunei-; labor ^—...... 143.30 Harvey Peglow, Idbor 122.72 fames Drone, labor 83.30 Iowa State Bank, withholding 1 tax .. : 361.80 Soc; Sec. Fund, . , • soc. sec. tax :„' . 239.74 Diesel Service Co., fuel Oil - 668,75 North Cen. Pub. Serv. Co;, gas 6,237.48 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., siipp 87.88 Nalco Chemical Co.. eupp. / 206.25 Penn Controls, Inc., supp. 2.03 Mnxon Premix Burner Co., supp. 21.40 Norton Machine Works, repairs 111.75 Algona Machine Shop, repairs 3.02 P. R. Irons, supp. 3.50 Pratt'Elec. Co., supp. 16.50 R. J, Funk, supp. ...: — 39.05 Thompson Dist. Co., supp. 12.44 Cook's Welder's Supp., supp. ._ 7,20 Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., supp. 2.66 Ames Plumbing Co., supp. 6.06 The Sherwin-Williams ,Co., supp. ; 3.91 Northland Elec. Supp. Co., supp. 1,773.80 Elec. Materials Co., supp. 139.28 Westlnghousc Elec, Supp.. Co., supp 144.27 Algona Tree Service, service. — 60.00 Chrome Service Station, gas .... 6.22 Wagner D-X Service, gas 55.03 C. & N. W. Ry. Co., license 25.00 Cullen Hardware, supp. 10.30 Hutzell's, supp. 2.40 Advance Pub. Co.. pub. 82.64 Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., pub. - 30.24 Gov't. Printing Office, subs. 8.00 Algona Chamber of Commerce, Dues -— 150.00 Iowa Assn. of Mun. Utilities, dues 65.00 Allen K. Buchanan, salary 25.00 O. B. Hnrmes, salary - 25.00 Melvin Bay. salary 25.00 N. W, Bell Tele. Co., service — 60.07 Water'Dept., service Petty Cash, misc. 19.83 Botsford Lumber Co., supp. — 3.51 Bradley Bros., tires 212.33 WATER FUND Payroll, payroll 380.75 Walter Peterson, labor , 195.98 Maurice KrebEbach, labor 49.70 Reakus Helmers, labor - 98.02 George Wclg. Jr.. labor 103.89 Max Baer. labor — 4.50 James Drone, labor ol.i.1 Iowa'State Bank, withholding tax 35 50 Soc. Sec, Fund, soc. sec. tax — Thompson Hay ward Chem. Co. supp. - «»•"« Mueller Co., supp. *'•« Lelghton Supp. Co., supp. —- J94.GO A. V". McDonald Mfg. Co,, supp. 20!)42 Algona Elec. Co., supp -5.B8 The Sherwin-Williams Co., supp - — Cook's Welder's Supp., supp. -R. J. Funk, supp Dick Helmers, service - Wagner D-X Service, gas 15-13 Des Moines Film Carriers, freight -Petty Cash, misc te call apofi-the member "teat leaders to participate in making plans arid decisions that vitally affect the future of Ihe'^fganiza- tidft aftd agriculture in general. At this meeting, members and leaders will be offered the dp- portuhity to' iet ufr a tentative timetable concerning holding' 'actx ions and bargaining efforts. John Gerbars Observed 58th Here Recently Mr and'Mrs lohn'Gerfaer' eel-, ebrated their fifty-eighth wedding anniversary .Sunday, July 24, and a family picnic was held at the home of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Ervin Gerber. Others' present wer!e the sons-in- law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler, Mr and Mrs George Bruellman, Mr and Mrs John Scuffham, and Mr Berber's s)st- ers Mrs Alfred Fehr, Mrs Lizzie Zaugg, and Mrs Lydia Jergens, West Bend, 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren, making 55 in attendance. In all, the Gerbers have twenty- eight grandchildren and thirty- nine 'great grandchildren. Mrs Paul Strdhm, another daughter, of Sabitha, Kan., was unable to be present. , " Mr arid Mrs Gerber were married at Roanbke, 111., in 1902. and came to "the Algona vicinity in 1914 where they ,: continued to farm. They retired about 23 years ago arid cam'e to town to live. John L. Gerber will be 82 in November and a great-grandson, now two months old, has been named John R. Gerber. He is the son of Mr and Mrs"Ronald Gerber. • DEPOSIT FUND Gene Zlmiel et al, refund WOO The budget for the ensuing year was. approved and adopted. P ThS salaries of the following employees were fixed us follows: W-ilter ftauperl. $375.00 per month. Cci-il Koenkc, $2«6.00, Linda Larson. *iai.OO Harvey Peglow. $1.57 per hr. and M/urtce Krebsbach, *U6 per !>';• JNext meeting date w"",. 80 ' Io1 Aug 2 1980. at 7^30 o clock r.M. Mating adjourned. Jfa KM Secretary fs/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board Funeral Held ForLedyqrd Man's Father Ledyard — Mr. and Mrs B. E. Gilberts'bn were called to Albert Lea Tuesday by the death of Mr.' Gilbertsoh's father, Adolph Gilbertson. He had been seriously ill for some time following surgery at Naeve hospital several weeks ago. He Jiad been-here at the home of his son for. some time but several weeks ago his condition became worse and he was taken to Albert Lea where he died. Funeral services were held Friday at the South Freeborn church where he had long been a member. '• Reuben Lore of. Clarksville visited Sunday at the home of his niece and family, the Fred Buttons. ' ''-si Ruth Ploeger, a senior nurse at the Lutheran Deaconess hospital in Minneapolis, has *~>een at.the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger for a two week vacation. She returned to the cities Tuesday. Mrs Zilphy Hardt went to Delavan, Minn., Sunday to spend the weekend at the home of her son and family, the Quentin Hardts, and celebrated her birthday with them. Mr and Mrs /Kent Moustgard of Gowrie were weekend visitors at the home of Mrs Mary Bashara. John Waltermtfn has been going to Kamrar each weekend to help care for his talker, who is seriously ill. Pat and Joremiah Sullivan spent Wednesday «n« Thursday in Dubuque visiting the W. H. Gonyca family of Tacqma, Wash. Mrs Marie Halvorson anci Marvel and Mrs Gertrude Wicm- er spent the weekend at Okoboji. Gretchen Looft, Karen Darnell, Janet Johnson and Joann Wentworth went to Okoboji-on Friday and remained over the weekend on a short vacation. Mr and Mrs Neal Warren, Tammy and Pamela ana John Gonias of Des Moines wore weekend visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs D. B. Mayer. Mr and Mrs Fay Hixon, Zephyr Hills, Fla. visited Wednesday at the home of Mr and Mrs .Fred Dutton. There will be no church service or Sunday School at the Methodist church August 7 as Rev. and Mrs Samek will be on vacation. Mrs Harold Infilol went to Mason City last week and brought her mother, Mrs Alice Garry, who had been visiting there at the home of her brother Francis and family, home witl- her to visit here. FOR SALE.— MODERN, CAFE, Only one in cbminqnity, with Dairy Sweet. Includes niddern- liying quafters. Sensibly priced. Sanders Cafe, .Fenton, >.Ia. 31-32* SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the tJppej Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. MINIATURI ©OIF Mondqys thry Wednesdays during THE SURB WAY TO THE FASTEST (RESULTS, I , Algona tfppar Oes M_oinei .Clasflified Rales 5c* Per .WoM, 3 Cash in'Advance 7c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, .4 p.m. I PHON6 CY 4-35^5 • UDM Want Ads Reach '6,400 . Families Each Week !•' For Sale FOR SALE — AKC BOXER, year . old, - .housebrbken. , 110 East Kertnedy,' Algona.' =., 31 FOR,SALE—, 95-HEAD FEED- «r pigs — meat type — extra nice. Marvin Reding, Livermore, Iowa. 31 FOR -SALE — 14 FT;. LONE 1 Star fibreglass boat, and 35 HP Johnson motor and trailer. Boat and trailer both new. Robert Mitchell,. Fenton, , , 31* SPINET , PIANO FOR SALE, used but like new cash -or terms can .,be ;seen :near here information, given without obligation. Write HAWK EYE PIANO COMPANY, BOX 176, DES MOINES, IOWA. ,31* FOR SALE — HHEEM'S OIL burner' hot water, heater, all- new carburetor, complete with oil line, barrel'and stand $30.00. Melvin Recken, Burt'. 31* FOR SALE — 1955 R-160 INTER- national truck, hoist and grain box, good condi Kenneth Hill, Titonka, lai 31-32* FOg SALE — 1959 RAMBLER American ' 2 dr., ; one owner, reasonable, niUst sell. Mrs. Cora Hippen, LuVerne, TU 2-3222. 31* FOR SALE — 4 DRAWER ART Metal f filing;cabinet, full suspension; with base' —^ S>35.' Upper DesvMoines >,Pub.' Co.? Algona "" •""'• i "'" . 27tf* HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OH CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. 461* FOR SALE — LOCAL RAISED fresh dressed spring fries. Agard Poultry Market, LuVerne. 28-33* Adders and Typewriters Smith upright, excellent _.$65 R. C. Allen upright $55 1—Remington Noiseless upright, \ $42.50. 1—Royal upright typewriter, $35. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Algona, Iowa 23 FOR SALE — 28 FT GLIDER house trailer. Good condition. Oscar Hammond, Burt. Phone 2256 Wesley. 30-31* Real Estate FOR SALE — LARGE DELUXE ranch style home, 3 bedrooms, extra large wardrobes, ,den, central air conditioning, 2 baths, large built-in kitchen with 36 ft. cabinet top, dishwasher, big double garage, baocment, 50x30, M. H. Fain, 319 E. Elm. 31 FOIl SALE MODERN 3 bedroom home with recreation room near new Presbyteriai) church. Phone CY 4-2770. 31 Miscellaneous NOTICE: WE''ARE'AGAIN DO^ ing custom spraying with high clearance sprayer. We guarantee to kill coekleburs and other an* nual weeds. Phone CY 4*2948 A, F. "Van Buren., 29-31* Farm Equipment USED TRACTORS FOR SALE 1—1951 Int. MD tractor, perfect ' .shape. . '" 2-eAllis Chalmers tractors, 1946 :> and 1948. Hv< . 1—1949"Ford tractor. B & W CHEVROLET Allis Chalmers-Machinery FENTON, IOWA 31 USES .F A R ty MACHINERY 1—1937 JD tractor "B" -'_ $125 1—JD wire tie baler _.^- $290 1—1939 JD "A", tractor, w/road gear, on rubber —,—— $295 1-i-Savage 20 .in. self-propelled lawn mower __—— $65 l_j.D. "A" Power Trol cylinder with new.hoses $45 ; 1—New Idea 3-bar siderake $125 1—J.D. 3-14 tractor plow w/high speed bottoms— $350 bottoms ...—— $190 1—Hydraulie loader, fits Int. " "H" or "M" '-- $4i NEW! i SPECIAL PRICES! 1—J. D. "45" Combine 1 JD "30" Combine . • Gehl Choppers and'Blowers Dow and Monsanto Chemicals for the farm Power lawn'mowers— $5 & Up Speedy & Holland Hi-Test ; Baler.Twine WEISBROD IMPLEMENT ' Fenlon. la. 31 USED; MACHINERY LIST COMBINES 1-^-Model 60 Allis-Chalmers with pickup and slrawspreader 1—Model No. 6A Case 1—Model 62 McCormick-Deerlng ; TRACTORS 1—1952 Model WD Allis-Chal- •'mers . - ' • H • 1—Mpdel CA ! AlUsrChalrneKS 1—Ford complete with hy'd. loader and mower MOWERS 1—New Idea Semi-Mounted 1—Minnesota Semi-Mounted 1—Allis-Chalmers mounted io fit WC 1—Allis-Chalmers . mounted; »o fit B or C' 1 — Allis-Chalmers semi; mounted MISCELLANEOUS • 1—New Holland Model 33 Hay & Stalk Chopper — like new 1—Meyer Hay conditioner $450.00 — Demonstrator Several good Platform Hoists 1—Case four bar Rake 1—New Idea three bar Rake 1—Snowco Bale Loader - like new I—Electric galvanized Flare Box 1—7 x 10 John Doere Barge Box - like new LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA BRown 2-4601 31 Wanted FOR SALE— THREE BEDROOM home, 2 years old. Elead Wegner. Phone CY 4-3700. 31 FARMS FOR SALE 120 A. near Fenton. This is an exceptionally good farm with a very good modern home. very good outbuildings. Will sell on contract. 109 A. near Algona modern house, good outbuildings, all undey ?K»ivsUon, Will sell on contract. 80 A. near Burt. Has good crib. This 80 has been well farm.- fd, Can be bought on contract. 80 A. near Whiiiemore. hai crib, nice level 80 that produces well. 16Q A. near Algc-na, Good buildings, 70 A. posture. $200 PAUL M. ALGONA, IA. WANTED — WILL Dp WASH- ings arid ironing in home. Phone CY 4-326Q. 31 WANTED — HOUSEKEEPER for elderly couple. Call CY 4-4772 or write Box 69-G % Algona Upper Des Moines. 31 WANTED — 3 YOUNG MEN 18 to 27 to help me evenings and Saturdays. Car and high school education necessary. Write Box 627, Spencer, Ipwa. 31 For Rent FOR RENT — DOWNSTAIRS ' furnished apartment. Closd-in. Utilities furnished.' Phone CY 4-3786 after 5 p.ijft. 12tfn FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR ' 2 room units suitable for light housekeeping. Utilities, furnished. , Cowan Motor Court, 1111 E. State St Ph CY 4-3523, 12tfn FOR RENT — —PARTIALLY, furnished 2 bedroom apt. heat, water furnished. Well located, ideal for young couple or teachers. Phone CY 4-3776 or 4-3123 after 5 p.m. ; . 31* FOR RENT — a ROOM APT. furnished with 1 or 2 beds, available now. Call or write Myron Alderson, 402 S. Moore or phone CY 4-4572 or call Arnold Alderson at auditor's office. 31* Olds — J. D Lowe, Algona. GMC — Everds Bros,, Algona. Ford •— W. K. Phelps, Swea City, pickup; Elmer Dole Co., Algona, truck; Robinson Prod., Wesley; Lena or Emma Gu'tk- necht, Lakota; St. Ann Hospital, Algona; Mabel Sorensen, Algona; C. E. Priebe, Algona; C. V. Berkum, Swea City. Mercury — Peter Bofmann, Livermore. . Valiant — Percival Motors, Algona. Sludebaker — J. A. Dittmer, Burt; E. J. Capesius, Whittemore. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS" • -•' We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and relatives for the floral bouquets, memorials, cards and food and everyone who helped in every way following the death of our beloved wife and mother. The .Harold Kuecker Family. 31* CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our ^ost sincere and heartfelt thanks ;to friends and relatives for the spiritual bouquets, cards, fooc and everyone who helped- in every way following the death of our beloved father. The Fred lllg Family. 31* 6 Wedding Licenses It was almost like June at the county clerk's office during the week, as six couples got licenses to wed. They were issued to: July 25 — John E. Abbas, Bancroft, and Mary Sykes, Swea City. July 27 — Richard Dornbier, Algona, and Joyce Kirsch, Bode; and Gary Green and Norma Gatton, Algona. v July 30 — Herbert Haas and Gwen McDonald, Algona; Ladell Olson, Burt, and Judy JentE, Fenton; and Thomas Brennan and Eileen Bode, Fort Dodge. Farm Appraisals — Farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CO, Phone CY 4-2706 41 New Vehicles Registered In Kossuth County New cars and trucks sold briskly in Kossuth county during the past two weeks, with a total of 41 new vehicles registered at- the office of County Trea- 'surer Rosella Voigt. Here are the owners of new vehicles: Dodge — Laura Callies, Titonka. Chevrolet — Lavonne Kardoes. Swea City; L. F. Crawford, Lakota; James Oliver, Bancroft; J. H. Magonegal, Ledyard; D. L Swanson, Swea City; E. E. Stewart, Swea City; O. R. Patterson, Ringstcd; C. L. Reding, Ottosen; F. J, Sullivan, Armstrong; E. L. Elmore, Algona; D. L. E,dcn, Titonka, pickup; E. M. Olson, Wesley; Verle Elmore, Algona; Merle Beresford, Bancroft; Mrs John Sleper, Titonka; Charles Quinn, Bancroft; Frank Rotterman, Elmore; Doris Hipp, Titonka. ComeJ — C. J. Hardgrove, Algona. Pontiac — Ernie Williams P-C, Algona (2); S. M. Berte, Bode; J. J. or P. W. Erpeldins, Algona Rambler — R. C. Voigt, Whittemore; L. D. Vingel, Ledyard; F. W. Harms, West Bend. LOW COST SLOTTED ANGLE WANTED TO DO SPRAYING with high clearance sprayer, local. Andrew Miller. Phone CY 4-4054. 30-31 CY 4-3174 31 FOR SALE — NEW 3 BEDROOM Jiouse. Call after 5. Fred Hagen Algo«a, Iowa. 29-31* FOR SALE— NBW 3-BEDROOM home, 1204 East Call. Contact -232$, OPPORTUNITY Man or Woman Refilling and collecting money from High Quality coin operated dispensers in this area. No Selling. To Qualify you must have car. references, $500.00 to $2000 cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly required. Can Easily take in $400.00 Monthly. More Full Time Ftjr personal interview wriU Jonco and Associates. 4020 Mifonetonka Blvd., Dcpt. C? Minneapolis, 16 Minnesota. Include pho»e Number. 31" SALe.5 MANAGER Exceptionil position open. Good p#y a.nd § fine future..Old established Compa.ny. Duties include hiring and training men with top rejted feed company. Previous 'sales experience valuable. Must haye a car. Applications confidential. Write sales Manager, 707 South 42nd Street, Omaha q, Nebraska. 31-32 I-".' .11 III 1.1 I.. I III..I. — i,in i .ill i I . • • •^s:* by LYON o°°. 8«» «* tew eoit on»w«r to ieor«» ol Storing, rackina, (tacking of mounting problems, SloH.d AngU l» »a»y to Mii, Jujt mak« a rough sMeh, indicating the length of each part vow need. Cutting angles to^size II a breeze because there's a , guide mark every 3 inches. A couple ot wrenches is all yov need for easy, on-the-site assenv bly. For More Details SEE THE Upper Des Momes Publishing Co. ALGONA FOR RENT Brick Business Building Corner Jones & State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration , SEE: BJUSTROM FURNITURE .Algona, Iowa TFN $1000'To Redecorate My Home. 3 Should Have Seen Jim Kolp Of THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Before The Fire In Our House. x TAYLOR MERCURY BETTER USED CAR BUYS 1957 MERCURY Montery, 4 door, Automiiic transmission, radio, heater, power brakes, blue and white. 1956 CHEVROLET, 2 door, 8 cylinder, standard transmission, radio, heater. 1955 CHEVROLET, 2 door, 6 cyl. indcr, standard transmission, radio, healer. 1953 MERCURY Montery, 4 door, in lop condition. SEE OUR SELECTION OF REAL BUYS ON $100.00 and $200.00 CARS Mercury — Dodge — Ford — Ds- SoJo — Plymouth. Check These For Good Economical Transportation. TAYLOR MERCURY Home of Mercury And Comet Automobiles Sales and Service CY 4-2467 Tuesday, Aug. 2, 1960 Algona (la.)*Upper Des Molnes-7 rot All Sizes St Weights of f ARP9 You Do Better At WILLE'S CANVAS & Upholstery 206 West Siaio, Algona TFN SERVICES Gel Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP KEYS MADE at Coast-to-Coast Alaona F-R-E-E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Price* Easy Term* BRADLEY BROS. ' BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS for evening appointments Phone CY 4-3fi90 CY 4-460C or'CY 4-2019 Store — CY 4-3837 R. O. Bjustrom — CY 4-3690 Frank Moulton — CY 4-4609 , J. D. Burns — CY 4-2019 Jackie Kellev — CY 4-3786 Established 1925 Easv Term* FOR SALE — HOME AT 610 E. State, baths and ' v \J*ns on each of 3 floors O ' part- mimts or roc ^V • me, good condition — 'c^ now > we have the V ~ 1,500. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst 30 Custom Drapery Headquarters Bv A 'Vcoratlng Consultant Be Sure Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture Algona FARMS FOR SALE HUMBOLDT COUNTY 170 acres — Completely modern, all tillable, 4 miles from West Bond. PALO ALTO COUNTY 385 acres — Wonderful home or investment. 6 miles from Ring' sled. 95 acres — Good'bldgs. Tolling land, 2000 fi. Take shor^ ideal for developing lake shore lots, 5 miles from Rulhven. H. E. PERTL, REALTOR West Bend, la. Phone 3601 31 Used Machinery PLOWS 1 Oliver Plows —214 — 216 — 314 $75 — $125 — $325. 3 John Deere Plows — 214 — 216 $22.50 To $85. 8 IHC Plows — 214 — 216 — 316 316 Mtd. — 314 — $50 To $265. 3 Moline Plows — 214 — 316 — 414 — $85 To $495. 5 Case Plows — 214 — 216 — 314 $25 To $125. 1 Ferguson 314 Mtd. $95. 2 Allis 316 Mtd. $150 — $195. 1 David Bradley 216 — $50. 1 Allis Disc Plow — 3 Blade $145. MISCELLANEOUS Olson Bale Fork w/rope $27.50 36' Galv. Elevator in Running Condition $90. Case F-2 Combine — PTO. Gleaner Combine w/Mtr. Ready To Go. IHC Self Washing Cream Separator — $75. Anthony Wagon w/6 ply Tires $150. New Grainmaster Hoist. Only $68. New Idea Wagon — 16" Tires $135 Wagon w/Flare Box $75. Steel Wheel Wagon $22.50. JOE BRADLEY Algona. la. CY 4-2421 THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING FURNITURE and Phfcnt CY 4-3S3S ~ Ysur CARPETING PETERSEN "FURNITURE INFENTQN Quality Furniture With Realistic Price* COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! MAYTAG WASHER Square Tub $89.95 Regular $109.95 42" YOUNGSTQWN SINK - No. S-42 OBL $89.95 Water Heaters 30 Gal. Natural Gas. Watel Heatar New -— $79.95 Ranges 1—Monarch Double Oven. Gas. Repossessed $99.95 1 -^Monarch Electric $25.00 Norge 40" Electric $49.93 Hotpoint Electric $89.95 L & H Electric $49.95 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 T-V SETS 1 Westinghouse 21" Console Repossessed Was $339.95 __ Now $199.9S 1-Westinghouse 21" Console 2 Years Old $149.95 1 Admiral 21" Console __ $99.95 Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On All New Westinghouu T.V.'s Being Bought Herel Refrigerators l-Frigidaire 8 eu. ft $49.95 1-Norae 11 cu. ft. $79.9? Freezers Used International 10 Cu. Ft. Chest $124.95 I— Frigidaire 10 cu. ft. Upright Type Freezer $199.95 Washers & Dryer* Maytag Square Tub _- $89.95 Hamilton Automatic Washer Re< possessed, new Guar. $99.95 Dexter Conventional -- $79.95 Maytag Automatic $89.95 USED ELiCTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes '/4 H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all worl OK. RECORD PLAYERS 45 RPM Record Player ._ $9.95 2-Zenith Console Record Players EASY TERMS IF DESIRED ALGONA BEECHER LANE APPUANCi Phone CY 4-3613 IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT

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