The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1960
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(lo.) Upper ton Moln«f Tuesday, S«pt. 20, 1960 Ofcserve 35th, West Bend Mr and Mrs Werner Gade of West Bend will celebraie iheir 35th wedding anniversary Friday, Sept. 30 with open house from 2 to 4 p.m. No formal invitations have been sent-and all relatives, neighbors and friends are invited. (UDM Engraving). by was pulling out of a parking space at the lime of the mishap. Folh was headed north. Cars driven by Irma Barton, 50, Algona. and Pearl Hanson 62. Whittemorc collided as the latter backed out near the intersection of Hall and College streets at 2 p.m. Friday. Damage was slight, according to local police officers who invesligwtcd both crashes.' Two Bancroft Persons Hurt In Collision Two Bancroft residents, Delorcs A. Inman, 28. and Roger L. Hendrickson, 20, received minor injuries when autos driven by Philip Inman, 29. Bancroft and Hendrickson collided near the entrance to the sale barn two miles north of Algona on highway 169 at 7:45 p.m. Friday. Mrs Inman received neck injuries and Hendrickson received cuts on the head. Charges of following too closely were filed against Hendrickson by Patrolman Bill Tordoff who investigated the crash. Damage to the autos was estimated at $900 to the Inman machine and $400 to the Hendrickson auto. Both vehicles were headed •south at the time of the crash. Inman reportedly slowed to turn into the 'driveway at the sale barn and was hit from the rear by the other auto. The Inman vehicles then went into a ditch and rolled over and the other car slammed into the ^opposite ditch near the sale barn' parking lot. A fence and slate marker post were also damaged. Two minor mishaps were investigated in Algona during the weekend. Auto driven by John H. Foth, 73, and Hazel Lusby, 73, Algona, collided at 10:40 a.m. Monday on North Dodge street, causing minor damage to the cars. Mrs.Lus- Three Pay Fines Following Drunk Hearings Here Three out of town men were fined following hearings on intoxication charges in Mayor C. C Shierk's court here this week. The three, William Lockeby Texas, Roy Hanson, Emmetsburg and Robert Watts, West Bend were each fined $25 and costs with $15 suspended. John Eaton of Emmetsburg was fined $100 and costs, with $50 suspended following a hearing on reckless driving charges and Jerry Cowan, Algona, paid $10 and costs each following hearings on charges of speeding and loud mufflers in other mayor's qourt action. Dr. Evans, 87, Passes, Rites Held Thursday ' Funornl services for Dr. Robert A. F.vnns. 87. former long-time Alfj<m;i tcsidcn.l. \verc h e 1 cl 'Finn <(\;]y ;it 10 ;i"m. in the First Raplist church ;it Sinnx Falls. S. D. firavesido rites \vere held here at 3 p.m ilie same clay. Dr. died at the home of his dauchter. Kathleen. Mrs Ralph Tim,'sley. at Sioux Falls Monday morning, where lie had been living for about a week after becoming seriously ill at the home of his son, Wallace, at Cnuvfordsville, la. Dr. Kvnns \vas born Mar. 7. 187,1 and came to Algona in 1910 He practiced medicine here for 31 years before his retirement in 1947. Tlis wife preceded him in death several years ago. After that, he made his home with Mrs Tingsley until earlier this year when he -went to live with his son. Wallace. He had been ill about a year, but after his serious illness, was taken by ambulance to Sioux Falls where he succumbed. Dr. Evans served as Kossuth county coroner for many years when he was actively practicing medicine. Besides his daughter and son. he is survived by a sister. Mrs Lulu Mae Evans. Washington, D. C., and three grandchildren. Kossuth Does Well At Clay County Fair Gary Priebe showed the. grand champion, Angus heifer and Tom Henry, reserve grand champion A nuns heifer at the Clay .County Fair. Gary exhibited a first pri/e junior Angus heifer and second senior heifer and Tom a first place heifer and second place senior heifer. Both boys e from Algonn. Gary is a mem- Tier of tho Plum Crook Club, and Tom the Union null. Tn the Angus hahy beef show Di-n & Duano Hilhei-t of LuVc-r- ni'. won second ;mrt eighth plnce; Umi Hie of Hod", tenth and Tom Henry twelfth. The grand champion of the show was the first place calf in Don Gilbert's class. Jriry 1'ingcl of Algona showed t'Ao Herefoid ancl.-Hicy plar-ed I'.O li'.-iyniond and Nick Erpclclint; (if !hi' St. Joe Trojans won a blue ribbon on their junior, denions- ! ti liiuii "Use Your Heacl and | Sr, i Your Hack." James Jensen | ;,iid V'ernon Wilherg of Senc'ca I M.IM a i 'I'd on their senior demon- I .-.Million "How 1o Repack a Wheel P.i a ring." The livestock judging learn placed second out of 13 tonms. Dunne Hilhert of LuVerhe was third place individual in the ^f>n- test.' Other team members were Dean Dodds, Algona; James Erpelding, Bode, and Gary Banwart, Ottosen. THRESHER George T. Miller, fil. of Lenox, a thresherrnan for 45 consecutive years with his own machines, has "rolled up the drive belt for the last time." During his 45 years of threshing, Mr Miller has worked in six counties tinci thresher! as high as 17 different kinds of grain. lie has owned lour Machines in his time. STORAGF CABINETS, metal, a! (Jpppr Dos Moines. Dies Suddenly Funeral rites are pending' at Lcdyard for a well-known lady, Mrs Max Nitz, 61, who died suddenly of a heart attack at her home at 9 a.m. Monday. Her husband is a retired school custodian. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son and daughter. The human heart rests about eight-tenths of a second between each contraction. Senior Citizens Inquire Now I Age 60 to Age 100 Send m? information without obligation about your new hospital and surgical plan, guaranteed renewable for life, for men and women 60 years and over. Name _. Address Town _. PHONE CY 4-4529 2 East State St., Algona Representing WOODMAN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY A. J. (Arnie) RICKLEFS TFN Two Pay Fines Here Following Faulty Language Two area men. Charles Merkle, LuVerne, and Roger Fox Fenton, nuid .tynes totaling $35 and costs in Justice C. IT. Ostwinkle's court this week. The fines were levied folowing hearings on charges of reckless driving and use of obscene language which were filed against them. Ostwinkle fined each man $25 and costs for reckless driving and $10 and costs on the other charge. Several speeders also paid fines in Ostwinkle's court. They were Allen Humphrey, Ft. Dodge. $8, Randy Marines, Algona, $10. Bruce A. Warren, Fort Dodge, $8, and Robert Markley, Des Moines, $10. In other matters, William Moore, Dolliver, paid $20, overload on registration, William Householder, Fenton, $10,...stop sign. Otto Laabs, Algona, $10, passing school, bus, and George H. Jergens, Algona, $10, stop sign. Costs were paid in addition to fines. Out Of Hospital Wesley — Fluyd Armstrong was brought home Sept. 13 from the Brill hospital where he had been several days following a 2- car accident northwest of Britt. He was a passenger in a car driven by Will Crail of Algona. The men were employed in road construction work near the scene of the accident. Host Teachers Fenton — The Sentral Band Mothers .will hold a reception for teachers of the Sentral Community School District at the high school Sept. 2G at 8 p.m. Teen Hop Here The salesmen's bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a Teen Hop this Saturday, from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. in the National Guard Armory at the fairgrounds. The hop is open to all Kossuth county teenagers. There will be free prizes and refreshments. DODGE JOYOUSLY UPSETS THE APPLE CART Tbf Dart is Dodge's increasingly popular entry in the traditional Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth price field, Economy has been stressed in every part of the 1961 models. The six and eight cylinder engine* operate on regular gasoline. The completely rust proof uniiiied body and high quality tnftmel <u»ured • tOMI economical life, See why at PERCIVAL'S September 29, ^•••••••••••••••••••••••••••l|ft BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB No. 4 of a Series PEOPLE AKE IOWA GREAT Sound, Mature PIONEER Corn ...the business man To Iowa's business men, special recognition is due for the great part they are playing in this state's stable economy and growing prosperity. Without the continuing investment these men are maldng In Storesi factories, warehouses, and other facilities .. . and without their tireless efforts . . . we would not have the thriving communities of which, all Iowa is so proud. In this attractive Iowa business picture, the brewing industry plays a substantial role. It has over $62,500,000.00 invested in business facilities in Iowa . . . spends another $27,500,000.03 per year in general business expenses . . . and has Iowa pay-rolls of more than $30,000,000.00 per year. Yes, for the solid advancement and prosperity of our horns town communities, we all can say ... » THE BREWING INDUSTRY HELPS BUILD IOWA UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION - IOWA DIVISION - 814 LIBERTY BLDG. - DES MOINES, IOWA ORDER YOURS FROM- Your Local Pioneer Salesmen: . R. I. Mawdsley ____ ____ Algona Aaron Steussy .......... Algona Ted Hoover, Sr. .._' ..... Algona Henry Schroeder ...... Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch _ .......... Bode ' * Walter Vaudt ........ Whittemore Robinson Produce ....... Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain, I««w York, N. T. (Speel.D - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relievo pnin — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pnin, no ma 1 reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most aina/.ini.'of all — results wore •o thorough that »ulT«r< i rs inuiln, astonishing statements like "Pil«e have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of.. a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H.* At your druggist. Money back tuaruutce- •«•». u. s. Pmi. of. i ••••••• B IB •• K •••• r^. Used Machinery Used Plows Used Tractors IHC 4-14" Solid botiom on rubber with levers Oliver 3-16" Radex bottoms for cylinder, on rubber IHC 3-14" Slat bolloms with levers on rubber Moline 3-16" Solid botiom for cylinder, on rubber IHC 3-14" Slat bottom on rubber, with levers IHC 3-14" Slat bottom or. rubber, wilh levers Moline 2-16" Solid bollom on rubber, with levers Avery 2-16" Solid bottom on rubber, with levers John Deere 2-14" Slat plow John Deere 2-16" Solid bottom plow JI Case 2-14" Slat bottom plow JI Case 2-16" Slat boltom plow Price S 150.00 125.00 95.00 175.00 95.00 95.00 55.00 60.00 25.00 25.00 20.00 20.00 Sale $ 125.00 95.00 70.00 125.00 70.00 70.00 35.00 40.00 15.00 15.00 12.50 15.00 Av. Resale Johri Deere Model R Diesel 1950, new motor $2200.00 John Deere Model B wide fronl Tractor $ 825.00 John Deere 1952 Model B, new motor $ 925.00 John Deere Model A 1945. average tractor $ 575.00 John Deere Model G 1"946, new motor $ 925.00 John Deere Model 60 1953, tractor clean $1800.00 Allis Chalmers WD 45 Diesel, clean tractor $2335.00 Massey Harris Model 30 1952 tractor $ 700.00 Allis Chalmers Model C Tractor 1952 with cultivator $ 225.00 John Deere "B" 1947 $ 695.00 Sale Pr. $1850.00 $ 775.00 $ 825.00 $ 395.00 $ 775.00 $1750.00 $2000.00 $ 595.00 $ 200.00 $ 600.00 New Items on Sale in Stock Elevators One Stan Hois} Manure Loader with hookup, snow bucket $ 360.00 Two Lindsay 100-bu. Steel Flared Boxes each $ 99.50 One Lindsay 165-bu. Steel :Flared Box $ 175.00 One Grove 4-lon Trailer on'-.rubber tires $ 145.00 Used Corn Planters John Deere 290 on rubber with fertilizer attachment $ John Deere 290 on rubber $ John Deere 290 on rubber $ JI Case 2-row wilh ferl. (clean planter) $ John Deere 490 with D disc feri. and disc, power trol $ John Deere 490 on rubber wilh runners $ John Deere 490 on rubber with runners , $ John Deere 490 on rubber with runners $ John Deere 490 on rubber with runners $ Oliver 4-row on rubber wilh runners $ Priced Snip Stan Hoist 40-ft. 2-wheel $ 275.00 $ 210.00 Liltle Giant 44-ft. 4-wheel $ 175.00 $ 125.00 John Deere 36-ft. 4-wheel $ 100.00 $ 65.00 Miscellaneous 125.00 95.00 95.00 100.00 595.00 395.00 375.00 350.00 250.00 250.00 $ 75.00 $ 60.00 $ 60.00 $ 75.00 $ 495.00 S 295.00 S 275.00 $ 250.00 S 175.00 $ 200.00 John Deere No. 8 Ensilage Harvester wilh corn head, very good shape $ Two-wheel Silage Box with Dual Tires 6x12 $ Two-wheel Machine Trailer with winch flat bed $ Moline Haybaler with Engine and Average Shape $ Gehl Stalk Shredder, like new and two years old $ Moline 8-ft. Windrower, very clean $ Under-Box Hoist with Cylinder I $ K needier Platform Hydraulic Hoist (drive on type) $ John Deere No. 25 Manure Loader $ 850.00 275.00 95.00 150.00 495.00 400.00 75.00 200.00 95.00 $ 700.00 $ 200.00 $ 55.00 $ 100.00 $ 450.00 $ 350.00 $ 50,00 $ 150.00 $ 55.00 v Used Trailers Used Manure Spreaders No. 40 Lindsay on rubber $ 65.00 Green Giant on rubber $ 85.00 Farmhand Trailer on rubber $ 125.00 JI Case Trailer $ 110.00 New No. 41 Kawanee Trailer $215.00 S 50.00 $ 65.00 $115.00 $ 95.00 $ 175.00 .1 New Idea No. 12 Tractor Spreader $ 95.00 '•" Oliver Spreader on rubber $ 65.00 75.00 50.00 Used Cultivators Corn Pickers JI Case 2-row pull-type $ 150.00 $ 115.00 Oliver 2-row pull-type , $ 150.00 $ 115.00 [HC 438, 4-row Cultivator _._' $ 295.00 John Deere 402 4-row on steel gauge wheels^.-. $ 375.00 John Deere 402 4-row on steel gauge wheels $ 375.00 Allis Chalmers 4-row, quik latch Steel Gauge $ 375.00 John Deere 429 with round pipe } $ 195.00 Allis Chalmers two-row with shanks ___ $ 18.50 $ 265.00 $ 335.00 $ 335.00 $ 325.00 $ 135.00 $ 10.00 We are going to clean oul our lots, used machines, old models, slow movers and here is your opportunity to save yourself some 'money, This is no joke. We . lB , > 2fc b. .. f k L. !'U JL \. li ' &. IlL i'. liiL'u A I i, VfetiiS Ukl mean what we say, so come in and see for yourself. I. J. BUTLER CO PHONE 11 ELMORE. MINN,

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