The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1960 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 6, 1960
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Tutiday, Sept. 6, I960 Afgono (la.) UppW &*§ Molnei-7 FOR RENT Brick iuilrtew Building Corr|er Jahe» A State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration '• -'-', SEEs , ' • BJUSTROM FURNITURE Algona, Iowa TPN Custom Drapery Headquarter* Bv A *<»eoratlng Consultant 7 Be Surd 1 Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture Algona NEW CA / :•;•'/, •. ••.' , ^•jijl ' •: ^^- a n Close Out! 1960 Olds & Rambler We have a number of these 1960 models that must be sold before the 1961 models arrive. COME IN NOW FOR A GOOD DEAL - NO fc REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED ! Dau's Olds & Rambler 125 So. Dodge Algona AUCTION I will sell the following described property in Algona, at my plade located at 1115 EaMcGregor St., on . FRIDAY, SEPT. 9 SAIE STARTS AT 2 P.M. THE SUftE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS I .Algona Opper Des Moines Classified Rales 5c Per Word, Cash in'Advance 1c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m • PHONE CY 4-3535 I UDM Want Ads Reach 5,400 x Families Each Week I For Sale FOR SALE—PUREBRED WES- sex Saddle-back bodrs. Gerald Rochleau, Algona. 35-36* FOR SALE — 4 DRAWER ART Metal filing cabinet, full'sus pension, with, base — $35, Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona 27tf* HEAVYWEIGHT TAHPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OB CANT GETf IT. IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. i 4611 FOR SALE — 3 purebred Black Angus heifers, weight 800-850. Arnold J. Nielsen, Fenton, , 36-37* Farm Equipment FOR SALE — Hume Reel, for Case 745 Combine. Stanley Lar-. son, Burt. ' 36-37* 1—Mowing Machine (horse mower) 1—Side Rake . . 1—Dump Rake 2—Wagons, one- of them rubber tired wagon with box 2—Steel wagons with boxes 1—4 Section Drag 1-Hay Rack 1-Chevrolet, 1950, w/Powerglide 3—Sets of Harness 1—Ford Mower, 7 foot 1-Chevrolet Truck, 1947, with stock rack 1—Dump Truck, 1947 I—Seeder -Miscellaneous Tools 4—Individual Hog Houses 3—Feeder Pigs 3-Horses (3Yr,, 6 Yr., 9 Yr.) inc. Team of spotted draft horses, we!! broke, 1-Horse Drawn Cultivator U S E C ' F A-H *a ' MACHINERY < 1—Case tractor .plow w/3-14 throw-away share $245 Used New Idea' 2-row pull type corn pickers, rear elevators. Several to choose from. 1—JD 2-14 mounted plow. Both . of above w/high speed bottoms, 1—JD No. 800 3 point hitch for A-B 50 or, 60 tractor. 1—JD 42 ft. portable elevator w/PTO drive, 2 wheel truck§, :' $410 1—1937 JD tractor "B" __ $125 1—JD"'wire tie baler ___. $290 1—1939 JD "A" tractor, w/road gear, on rubber $295 1—J.D. "A" Power Trol cylinder with new hoses $45 1—4 ton Twin-Draulic trailer $119 1—Grain-O-Vator "30", will feed silage •- $375 1—J.D. 50 ft. portable elevator w/PTO drive, 2 wheel. I—J.D. 3-14 tractor plow w/high speed bottoms „ $350 bottoms '$190 I—Hydraulic loader, fits Int. "H" or "M" $4i NEW! SPECIAL PRICES! 1—J. D. "45" Combine 1—JD "30" Combine Gehl Choppers and Blowers Dow and Monsanto Chemicals for the farm Speedy & Holland Hi-Test Baler Twine WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenion, la. 36 Farm Appraisals — Farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone CY 4-2706 CARL HUTCHINS WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING AT THIS SALE; 1-16 in, AC Trastpr plow w/Radex bottoms, an extra good plow. 1-I.H.C. Tractor planter, used on less than 160 acres. 1-5 ton Fuller hydraulic Jack, Like New. _^ USUAl SALE TERMS William Durant OPPORTUNITY BY MAJOR OIL CO. Tank-Wagon Salesman For Algona, Iowa and surrounding area. Permanent For Right Party. Truck Allowance Of $100.00 Per Month plus Commissions — For Full Details Call CY 4-3407 OR Write P. O, Box 312 Spencer, Iowa - tfn. USED MACHINERY LIST COMBINES 1—Model 60 Alliu.dhalmers with i pickup and strawspileader. 1—Model No. 6A Case 1—Model No. 62 McCormick Deering CORN PICKERS I—Model 33 Allis-Chalmers — in excellent condition 1—Mounted Allis-Chalmers — ready to go 2—Model 6A New Idea 1—Min'neapolis-Molirte' with side elevator 1—Oliver with side elevator TRACTORS .1—-1950 Model WD Allis-Chal- v merfi ' 1—1952 M6del' WD Aliis-Chal. mfers with adj. front / 1—Model WC Allis-Chalmers 1—Ford complete with hyd. loader and mwoer ' MISCELLANEOUS. 1—No. 12A New Idea Manure Spreader 1—No. 14A New Idea Manure Spreader ',..• 2—Wood Flare Boxes 1—7 x 1Q..J.D. Barge Box — like new 1—Electric galvanized Flare Box 1—Snowco Bale Loader — like new ..•'•' ' Several good Platform Hoists 1—New Holland Model' No. 33 Hay and Stalk Choker — like new .'. . ,LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA 'DIAL No. BRown 2-4601 (30) Real Estate FOR SALE — CHOICE BUILD- ing "lot's 'in St. Joe. Water-sewer and electricity available. Low tax area —. Joe Sinnwell, Bode, la.' or phone '2587 Livermore. ,,;'•• 35-36-37* FOR SALEr-NEW 3-BEDROOM home, 1264 East Call. Contact Bud Robinson, CY 4-3374 or CY 4-2325. - 12tfn For Sale or Rent — Near new 2 bedroom home, 10 E. Kennedy. (36*) FOR SALE — Two Bedroom House, 801 North Minn. St., Call 4-3964. (36*) For Rent — House in Wesley, oil heat, immediate possession. Joseph G. Miller, Wesley. 36* FOR SALE — Air Conditioned, 3 bedroom home. Take a look, 319 E. Elm St., Phone CY 4- 2779. T36tf) FOR RENT — Modern 2 room apartment, furnished, private entrance. Phone CY 4-4572 36* FOR RENT — "THE APARTMENT" exceptional view of Jack Lemmon and Shirley Mac- Laine, with hot and cold running gags, air conditioned fun, wall to wall laffs, your best rental for entertainment, Thursday thru Saturday, at Algona Theatre. (36) Wanted WANTED — Custom corn shelling, have trucks available. Gerald Haas, phone CY 4-2902, Algona. 34-35-36* WANTED TO. BUY —. Single row corn pickA-s in- Working condition send make; 'age ana price to H. L. Theesfield, Tel. 117 K, Hammond, Wis. (35-36) "WANTED: MAN LIVING IN or willing to move to Clarion or Eagle Grove to take over long established route for large national concern. Age 21 to 42. Home every night. No lay offs., Write Box 273, Garner, Iowa." 35-37 WANTED — MAN FOR YEAR around farm work, to start Sept. 1. House available. Apply in writing, Box 69-0, c/b this newspaper. 36tf MANAGERS If you have done business with farmers and business men and can recruit and supervise other salesmen contact Roy W. Schmidt, 2615 Ingersoll, Des Moines. Phone AT 3-1988. (36) Portland Twp, By Mrs. Victor Fitch FOR SALE — MINN. FARMS Montevideo, area, 80 acres to 600 acres. $150.00 to $250.00 an acre. Contact us for information. LARSON REALTY CO. Montevideo, Minn. AM 9-9830 x (36-37-38) FOR SALE — EXCELLENT 3 bedroom family home, ' Oak Jloors, I'/a baths, gas heat, full lasement, garage, on paving, close to schools, churches and uptown. A good value at $9800. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 36 'OR SALE — N.EW 3 BED- room bungalow at 616 North Main, carpeted living room, jeauliful Ash 'trim throughout, arge closets, owner says SELL. 'riced below replacement cost, ,,14,600. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst (over Penneys). 30 'OR SALE — 3 OF THE HIGH- est laying lots in east Algona. Owner will sell separately or together. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S- Herbst, . 36 For Rent FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR 2 room units suitable {or light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan Motor Court, 1111 E. State St Ph CY 4-3523. 12tfn FOR RENT -r- Oct. 1, 1960 possession, 240 acres, excellent farming area, most all cultivated, crop share rent, with or without buildings, 2 miles from Wesley, Iowa. Write Geo. T. Schaefer, 331 So. Phillips Ave., Sioux Falls, So. Dak. (36-37-38) Broken Storm Sash? BRING 'EM IN NOW BEFORE THE RUSH ! Let us repair frames and replace cracked or | broken panes before winter hits. CULLEN HARDWARE Algona CY 4-4630 Mr and Mrs Bobert^Devine and family were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Devine's mother, Mrs Harm Groen, Burt. The • Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H will meet Sept. 10 at the narold Lampe home. ' Mr and Mrs Henry Muller of Wimtemore were Miia ctay evening guests' at -tne home of their daughter and son- in-law, Mr and . Mrs .Roger Scott. Mr and Mrs Scott attended the Albert-Lickteig wedding Saturday in Algona. Grace McKim is leaving for college at Ames next Tuesday where she will take up home ec and journalism. Mr and Mrs C. W. Heerdt and Dennis attended a reception for Judy O'Brien and David Stewart at the V.F.W. Hall in Algona Saturday. Mrs Clara Taylor of Algona spSht Saturday night and Sunday at 'the C. W. Heerdt home. Mrs George Hix spent Wednesday at the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen and daughter left Sunday for Minneapolis. They helped the Roland Christensen family move from Minneapolis to Wisconsin, where Roland will teach the coming year. They returned home Thursday night. Mr and Mrs Richard Tiger- mann of Klemme and Mr and Mrs Quclo Sager of Blue Earth were Sunday guests at the F. J, Krull home. Mr and Mrs David Bolie and family were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr and Mrs Krull were Monday evening visitors at the Loiu'e Huber home near Titonka. Wendell Christensen returned Friday after spending two weeks at Camp McCoy, Wis. Mr and Mrs F. J. Krull visited Mrs Verdell Sifert and family at Emmetsburg Wednesday evening and visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs David Bolie and family Thursday evening. Hlf Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch went to Britt Thursday afternoon on business and while there also called at the Jack Weiland home "Luck generally favors the person who doesn't depend on it." vldcs that poster boards and ground signs exceeding twenty square feet in area are prohibited in certain designated locations, and projecting signs are limited to a four foot overhang, and WHEREAS, the City Council believes that it is in the /best interests of the City of. Algona, Iowa that the allowable area of said ground signs and poster boards in said'designated areas be Increased from twenty square feet <n area to thirty-six square feet In area, and the allowable overhang be increased to eight feet, NOW, THERE FORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: Section 1. Section 8.1 of Chapter 17, Title IV of the Municipal Code (1059) of the City of Algona, Iowa,'entitled '.'Signs and Awnings," is hereby amended by striking out the phase "twenty square feet, in area" under this heading "Poster Boards and Ground Signs" and substituting in its place the^ShrasS "thirty-six square feet in area.'Section '2. Section 7.1 of Chapter 17, Title IV of the Municipal Code (1059) of the City of Algona, Iowa entitled "Signs and Awnings," is hereby amended by striking out the word "four" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "eight." > > Section 3. That the City Clerk prepare and distribute an appropriate insert to holders of the Municipal Code, reflecting the foregoing amendment. Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect upon its passage, approval and publication as required by law. PASSED and ADOPTED this 31 day of August, A. D., 1960 by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa. ATTEST: David A. Smith City Clerk /s/ Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk. Mayor AUTHENTICATION ' The foregoing Ordinance No. 418 which was passed and adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor on the 31 day of August, A. D., o Is hereby duly authenticated. /s/ Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk Mayor ATTEST: David A. Smith City Clerk (SEAL) (38) NOTICE OF, HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT TO DIVERT WATER FROM A TILE DRAINAGE SYSTEM INTO' A DRAINAGE WELL. Notice Is hereby given that there is now on file In the Office of the Iowa Natural Resources Councili State rtpuse, Des Moines, Iowa, an application from Harrison Farm for a permit to divert water from a tile drainage system draining about 62 acres of land lying in that part of the S','a of section 4, T94N, R28W, lying east of the railroad right of way in Kossuth County, Iowa, into a drainage well on said land. Applicant requests a permit to divert water 'Into said well in the maximum quantity and at the maximum rate of natural flow from a tile-drainage system draining about 62 acres of the land described herein throughout each year. Water from .a tile system draining about 27 acres of said 62 acres has been diverted into said well since its construction during .June, 1955 Notice is further given that a public hearing will be held at 11:00 A. M. on September 26, 1060, at the Kossuth County Courthouse, Algona, Iowa, at which time and place or at any adjournment, the Water Commissioner gr his Deputy will take evidence by the applicant and any other person •ither in support of or in opposition .o the granting of a permit. Louis F. Gieseke Deou'.y Water Commissioner K (38-37) FARMS FOR SALE 160 A. - No Bldgs. - This Is A Top 160 Near Ringsted. 70 A. — No^Bldgs. — Irvington Twp. - Lays Nice Webster Soil. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, Iowa \ CY 4-3174 Titonkan Honored Edward Boyken of Titonka was one of 15 agents honored this week by the Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Association with membership in the firm's Over- 25-Years-Club during a banquet at Des Moines. The 15 agents were presented with gold emblem lapel pins and certificates by the association's secretary, W. M. Treimer. ORDINANCE NO, 416 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 17. TITLE IV OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE (10591. ENTITLED "SIGNS AND AWNINGS." BY INCREASING THE ALLOWABLE AREA OF POSTER BOARDS AND GROUND SIGNS IN DESIGNATED LOCATIONS FROM TWENTY SQUARE FEET IN AREA TO THIRTY-SIX SQUARE FEET IN AREA. AND INCREASING THE ALLOWABLE OVERHANG OF PROJECTING SIGNS •AUTO WASH 3e the first to enjoy this amazing opportunity. Becomo part .of the MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR CAR WASH INDUSTRY Enjoy these advantages as an owner of a coin operated automatic car wash: no land to lease; no building to buy; no overhead; no labor problem. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Can be handled part lime. Please apply only if yuo have a sincere desire to be in business for yourself and can make a total investment of $2.990. WESTERN SALES DISCONTINUING BUSINESS As I am leaving September 6 for AM School in St. Paul, I am discontinuing my business in sign painting and other types of paint- Ing, effective today, September 6. I wish to thank you for your past patronage, KENNETH FOX Algona, Iowa . ' HOUSEHOLD GOODS ' SALE Mrs Lampright will sell the following household items for Mrs Margaret Haubach, downstairs •tmrtmeni, west door at 331 North Thoringion, Friday, September 9th starting at 10 a.m. Apartment size natural gas stove excellent condition. Apartment size Philco refrigerator with'full length freezing compartment, round oak dining table and 6 oak chairs, Kitchen cupboard, Commode, small oil burner, Davenport and chair, like new, rock' er, dishes, snow shovel, garden tools, Miscellaneous articles — Remember The Date, Friday, September 9. (36*) HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs Lampright will sell 'the following household items for Evelyn Cady at 8 E McGregor, Saturday, September 10th Starting at 10 A.M. and continuing all day until everything is soldi Washing Machine, Tub, Boiler, Kitchen table. Chrome Table & 4 chairs. Arm chairs, 2 apartment size electric stoves, 1 — General Electric refrigerator, — 1 Frigid aire refrigerator, China Cupboard, Drop leaf antique Walnut dining table, 6-leather seated oak chairs, Davanport makes into bed, tweed upholstered, oak chest, swiVel chair, large mirror, Kenmore tank style sweeper with tools, 11 x 12 wool rug & pad, 9x9 wool rug & pad, 6x9 wool rug, small rugs, Music cabinet. Walnut antique dresser excellent condition. Walnut antique, bed .complete with innerspring mattress, night stand', lawn mower. > • (36*) 6529 Cambridge Minneapolis, Minnesota KENT'S A-l USED CARS 1959 FORD, Custom V-8, 4 Dr., Fordomatic, Radio. 1959 CHEVROLET, Bel Aire, V-8, 4 Dr., Turbo Glide, Radio. 1957 FORD, Custom 300, 4 Dr., Overdrive, Radio, Power Steering. 1955 CADILLAC, Hardtop, Fully Equipped. 1954 MERCURY, 2 Dr., Merco- matic, Radio. 1953 PLYMOUTH, Cranbrook, 4 Dr., Radio. 1953 MERCURY, 4 Dr., Merco- matic, Radio. , MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM. GUARANTEE WARRANTY FOR 1 FULL YEAR On Above Cars EASY TERMS - LOW RATES (36*) USED FARM MACHINERY 2M IHC on F-20 1958 MM 5 Star Gas 1958 MM 445 LP 1948 MM U IHC M John Deere A MM Z I Gibson Uni Tractor with huskor 1957 MME PTO Sheller 1949 MME 1948 MME B2 MM mtd on K 8 IHC Truck 2-MM huskor w/rear elevator 1955 Case huskor 1951 New Idea huskor Several other gopd used huskors BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT KEN MOTOR CO. Algona, la. CY 4-3504 Home For Sale " Pleasant older home at 441 N... Dodge. Downstairs living room,'* dining room, kitchen, bath and/ 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms up, oil furnace, garage, clean, comfort- able, fine close-in location. If you want low-cost home and comfort this is most for the money - price $6,000. See Joel M. Herbit or Ted S. Herbst. SOLD! 36 USED APPLIANCES , AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEKl PHILCO REFRIGERATOR 8 Cu. Ft. $124.95 Regular $89.95 42" YOUNGSTOWN •' SINK$49.95 Ranges 1—Monarch Double Oven. Gas.„, Repossessed $99.95 " Hotpolnt Electric ___.:__ $89.95 ; L & H Electric $49.9? * Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 T-V SETS 1 Westing house 21" Console Repossessed '" Was $339.95 __ Now $199.91 1— Westinghouse 21" Console 2 Years Old $149.95 ^ 1 Admiral 21" Console __ $99.95 Terrific Trade In Price Being Giv- ••• en On All New WesfinghouM T.V.'s Being Bought Herel Refrigerators Philco 8 Cu. Ft. _> $124.95 I Freezers - Kelvinator Chest $69.95 1-Frigidaire 10 cu. ft. Upright "„ Type Freezer __ $199.95 Washers & Dryers Norge. Regular $159.95 ... Now --- $124.95 •". Hamilton Automatic Washer Re« _ possessed, new Guar. $99.95 Z USED ELECTRIC MOTORS i/Ve have them, all sizes % 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 APPLIANCE Phone CY 4-3613 THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING FURNITURE and CARPETING PETERSEN "FURNITURE IN FiNTON, (/, Qualify Furniture W»»b ?ealUlk ?r'w*

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