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FOft SALE - FIREPROOF DO- cUment files, keep abstracts, valuable home papers, safe Irom fire. Carry insurance underwriters label. Made" by Men- ink Safe Co. Prided from $18.95 up. No homo with any papers of value can afford to be without one. See them at Upper Dos Moincs Pub. Co., office supply dt'pt., Algona. lOtf Used Machinery Kelly Ryan Bunk Feeder, Forage Box & Spreader Combination $ 650. 2 Steel Anthony Wagon Boxes and 1 Wagon Holit __ $ 395 1959 Massey Harris 6' Model 50 combine, PTO $1495 Bearcat 12 B Burr Mill Drop Feeder, Trailer A Lateral Auger, A-1 $ 525 Gehl No. 41 Mill, PTO Auger Crusher Head $ 550 New 14" Mill, PTO $ 325 2-44' Little Giant Elevators, $285 - $425 46' Farmers Friend Elevator $ 350 44' John Deere Eelvator $ 450 40' New Idea Elevator A-1 $ 660 SPECIAL DEALS ON PLOWS JOE BRADLEY Algona, Iowa* CY 4-2421 HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Mrs Lampright will sell the following household items for Mrs Twilla Bcrlholomsw, 1003 E. McGregor, starting at 10 a.m. — 2 piece living room suite, platform rocker, small rocker, coffee table, glass top, 9 x 12 wool rug and pad, 9 x 9.wool rug and pad, 6 piece walnut dining room suite, 21 in. Bendix television, used furnace oil burner, furnace fan, 2 ceiling light fixtures, miscellaneous items. • 38* 1958 F450 Diesel A-1 — $3295 1_1946 "M" w/Power Pack $1250 1-460 Demo. w/FH TC & P. S. & TA ' $3900 1-1951 MH 44-4 with belt pulley and wts., A-l $1295 1-1950 "MD", A-1 $1495 1-1943 John Deere "A" $ 525 1-1948 JD "B" 1-1937 "JD" A, gaod __ $ 150 USED TRUCKS 1-1946 IH S 162 L.W.B. truck near new rear tires, low miles, extra clean ___ $1250 MISCELLANEOUS 1-1957 2M H w/Lube-bank, A-1 $1895 1-1958 2 MH Picker, with blower A Lube-Bank — $1995 1— 2M Picker, overhauled and A-1 condition $ 850 1958 IH 45T Baler. One of the best $ 695 1-2M Picker $ 450 New Idea 7 ft. mower __ $ 150 1-No. 31 IH Loader, A-1 $ 195 1-Knoedler Auger feed unloading wagon--- $ 425 1-No. 9A IH 10 ft. Tandem. 2-No. 8 LG 314 plow w/H C S Slats. 1-No. 8 LG 316 plow w/P C S Slats. 1-No. 55 J.D. 314 Plow $ 95 1-New Idea 4 Bar Rake, A-1 $ 175 1-No. 15 IH 3-16 High Clear- once Plow, A-1 con. _- $ 325 1-No. 5 IH 4 Bar Side Rake 1_MH 4 Ro* Cult. 1-late 2-row "J.D." Cult. $ 75 1-1952 Nash 4 door— $ 125 1-414 Mtd. IH plow w/Super chief bottoms _.._.- $ 350 1-414 Mpls. Moline Mtd. plow w/throw away shares ($• years old) $ 350 1-314 Case plow w/throw a- ' way shares (good) .-- $ 125 USED COMBINES 1-Massey Harris 6 ft. Clipper w/Pickup. — * 1-A6 Case 6-ft. with motor, A.I _ T —— —- $ 1-F2 Case Combine, good $195 1-WQ JD 13A Combine w/PUkup i FTP $410 ALOONA IMPLEMENT CO CYpw* 4,3501 Algono, IOWP THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS ! Algona Opper Oot Moines Classified Rales 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m. I PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,400 Families Each Week ! For Sale FOR SALE — GAS SPACE heater, automatic thermostat and controls and fan. Robert Mitchell, Fenton, phone 229 38* FOR SALE — .2 MEAT-TYPE Hampshire hogs. Raymond Kramer, phone CY 4-4718. 38-39* FOR SALE — 3 GUERNSEY springing cows and 7 Guernsey springing heifers. Fritz Freyholtz, phone 116 or 409, Fenton. 38-41* FOR SALE — MEAT-TYPE hogs, Minnesota No. 2 and Hampshire and Yorkshire boars. Fritz Freyhollz, phone 116 or 409, Fenton. 38-49* FOR SALE — 4 DRAWER ART Metal filing cabinet, full suspension, with base — $35. Upper Des Moincs Pub. Co., Algona 27tf* HEAVYWEIGHT TARP8 AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OH CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. 46tf FOR SALE — 1956 PLYMOUTH Belvedere hardtop, one owner, clean, good mech. condition, RH, PB. $595. 1960 Lark VI, good as new. $1595. H. Tomlinson, Fenton. Phone 135. 38 FOR'RENT — BY MONTH-i OR 2 room units suitable lor light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan Motor Court, 1111 E. State St Ph CY 4-3523. 12tfn FOR RENT — Oct. 1, 1960 poss- ess'on, 240 acres, excellent fanning area, most all cultivated, croo 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) FOR RENT — 2BEDROOM home. Phone CY 4-4448. 38 FOR RENT — GOOD QUARTER Sec. farm in Seneca Typ. well improved. Call 46-Fcnton 38 FOR RENT — MODERN 2- room apartment furnished, close in. Phone CY 4-4b72. 38* Adders and Typewriters Smith upright, excellent _-$65 R. C. Allen upright $55 I—Remington Noiseless upright, ,842,50. 1—Royal upright typewriter, $35. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Algona, Iowa 23 Want to Buy KITTENS Healthy Kittens 3 to 9 mo. of age $1.50 Ea. MATURE CATS Minimum weight 6 Ibs. $2.00 Ea. Deliver to our biological farm northwest of Fort Dodge Mondays thru Fridays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. IF YOU HAVE 6 or more, ship express collect. FORT DODGE LABORATORIES Fort Dodge (37-38-39) Form Equipment USED FARM MACHINERY 1—1HC Plow, 3-14, with new style bottoms $275 1—Case tractor plow w/3-14 throw-away share $245 Used New Idea 2-ro\V 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 trucks _, $410 1—1937 JD tractor "B" ._ $125 1—1939 JD "A" tractor, w/roao 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. 1—J.D. 3-14 tractor plow w/high speed bottoms __ $350 1—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 Fenton, la. 38 OPPORTUNITY BY MAJOR OEL CO. Tank-Wagon Salesman For Algona, lov/a and surrounding grea. Permanent For Right Party. Truik Allowance Of $100.00 Per Month plus Commissions — For Full Details Call CY 4-3407 OR Write P. O. Box 312 encer, Iowa Real Estate FOR SALE —TO SETTLE ES- tate, improved 160 acre farm, Stevens County, Minnesota. Contact Mrs Irene Gulbrandson, Donnelly, Minnesota. 38-39 FOR SALE—NEW 3-BEDROOM home, 1204 East Call. Contact Bud Robinson, CY 4-3374 or CY 4-2325. 12tfn FOR SALE — Air Conditioned, 3 bedroom home. Take a look, 319 E. Elm St., Phone CY 4- 2779. " " . (36tf) 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 (36-37-38) above average appearance and ambition. Apply to J. E. Engel* by, Acreage Motel, Algona on Thursday, Sept. 22nd from 11 a.m. — 3 p.m. or 4-7 p.m. 38 DIVISION SALES MANAGER Exceptional position open. Good pay and a fine future. Old established Company. Duties include hiring and training men with top rated feed company. Previous sales experience valuable. Must have a car. Applications confidential. Write Sales Manager, 707 South 42nd St., Omaha 6, Nebr. 38-39 Card of Thanks FOR SALE NEAR-NEW 3 BED- room home. Phone CY 4-3700. 37-38 FARM FOR SALE — In Seneca twp., Kossuth county, 120 acres. A well improved farm with very good land. See Lloyd Berkland, real estate broker, Fenton, la. 38 HOME BARGAINS 1-3 bdrm, older — $ 5,000 1-3 bdrm, close in 9,800 1-3 bdrm, riew 14,600 1-4 bdrm, south central _ 17,500 1-3 bdrm, new 20,500 7 Lots $1,000-1,750 See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. (Over Penneys) Wonted Sp< tfn. "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/o this newspaper. 36tf WORK WANTED — TYPING, in my home. CY 4-3948. 37-38* WANTED TO BUY: 2 bedroom— 1 story home, with garage. Write Box 400 Y, Algona, 38-39* WANTED — CLEAN RAGS. NO blankets or overalls - Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. 38* WANTED TO BUY — USED Bouncing horse — (Plastic) — for little boy. See at 416 B. North St. 38* WANTED — PART TIME AREA Manager to hire and supervise seed corn dealers locally. Fuji time later. Prospects furnished. Mallard Seed Company, Plainview, Minn. 38-39-40 PERMANENT POSITION • Available to two men who have a strung desire to enter sale? career, this provides excellent advancement opportunity and guaranteed minimum income of 1450.00 per month. Employment qualUlcitioiw are: have high school educ. or more, own good car, be 21-35 years old, free to work out of town weekdays, CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to our friefids and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy and for the spiritual and floral offerings following the death of our beloved wife and mother. Norbert Thilges Family. 38* Bancroft Folks At Banquet Of Creamery Group Bancroft — Tnose from here who attended the banquet put on by the Creamery Ass'n at the Plantation Thursday evening were Mr and Mrs Mike Schraudt, Mr and Mrs Harold Wilhelmi, Mr and Mrs Gene Nurre, Mr and Mrs Gene Lampe, Mr and Mrs Frank Droessler, Meredith Bergman and Dennis McCliesch. Mr Schraut is the buttermaker here. Has Surgery Mrs Clyde Eckheart underwent major surgery at Holy Family hospital Saturday morning. Her son Larry, Mankato. spent the week end with her. Attend Shower Mrs Mae Dolan, her mother Mrs Hum. Ringst^d, and Patty Dolan went to Fori Dodge Thursday evening where they attended a shower in honor of Patty Kay who will be married to Thomas Roberts of Fort Dodge Home For Visit Kenneth Goche, a patient of the Veterians Hospital, Des Moines, spent a few days with his 1 parents ,the past week. granddaughter Slcphine Frick celebrate her llth birthday. Mr and Mrs George Merron went to Gladbrook Sunday where they attended funeral services for Mr Karstensun, former Bancroft resident. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman. Mr and Mrs Richard Mcnkc were at Esthervillc Monday evening honoring their daughters Donna and Alice. Mr and Mrs Glen Cowing returned after a week's visit with the Merlin Hanson's who are visiting Mrs Hanson's folks in Indiana. ton. and Mrs David Fritz (Carol Hurlburt) of Mankato. Take Air Trip Mr and Mrs Wayne Thompson and Mr and Mrs Marlin Hardt enjoyed an air trip over the Western states. At Altus, Okla., they visited Mrs Harm's brother, Lt. Col. Robert Johnson, then at Kingman, Ariz., they visited the Oscar Petersons and Allen Bells. Algftna (Id.) Upper DM Wolntl-7 Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1960 of another son, the Harold Schi.:- Icrs ;it Dos Mnines. Mis John Thompson, Lynr. and Greg will b;: pursls at the home of the L'etUner Thompson, for a month. Mr Thompson Is attending school at El Paso. Texas in preparation for a position with the Bureau of Immigration and Naturali/.iition. They stopped at Chicago where tney visited Mrs Dettmer Thompson's brother, the Alien E; icksrn.p. The Indies of the Giant W.fS- C.S. will serve a v chicken supper, family style, in the Swea C;U Methodist church Sept. 22. Serving will start at 5 p.m. Mr and Mrs Walter Ditsworth went to Graettinger Sunday where they visited at the Paul Frick home and helped their FOR RENT Brick Business Building Corner Jones & State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration SEE: BJUSTROM FURNITURE Algona, Iowa TFN Family From Swea-Eagle Had Reunion Sunday Swea Eagle — The Preston reunion was held at Clear Lake Sunday. Among those present were Mr and Mrs Charles Preston, Mr and Mrs Robert Preston and family, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Preston and family, all of Carlyle, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Preston, ' Wells, Minn., Mr and Mrs Theodore Moore and family of Boone and the Earl Prestons. Virgil Prestons and family, Howard Preston family, James Preston family, Maynard Jensens and the Joe Prestons of this area. Elect Officers Mrs Leo Guerdet was hostess to St. Martha's Circle of St. Mary's Catholic church Monday afternoon. Election of officers was held with Mrs Clarence Wiese as president, Mrs Francis Sullivan, vice president, and Mrs Floyd Brekke, secretary-treasurer. Class Reunion Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hoss of LeMars spent the weekend at the home of her parents the Lee Guerdets, and attended the class reunion picnic of her graduating class of 1955 of Seneca high school. Others formerly of this area- to attend Were Mrs Roger Osborn (Phyllis Kauffman) Fen- One Hot Water Heater And Someone To Repair Damages To My Basement Free. I Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Before Our Hot Water Heater Burst. LARGEST COMPANY IN OUR FIELD Will empoly 4 men, 18 or over !o work in Iowa. Experience not necessary; be neat appearing and willing to work; above average earnings. For interview see Mr Dillard. Unit 13, Cowan Motor Court, Wednesday, Sept. 21 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. (38) PUBLIC AUCTION WILL BE HELD AT ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN SCHOOL IN WHITTIMORE ON SATURDAY, OCT. Beginning at 1 :30 p.m. The following described property will be sold to the highest bidder: 1 — i-ioorji house, complete with furnace and bathroom, and garage. 1 — 7-room House and garage. • Buildings to IM removed from premises. * • • , "• • Terms; Cash, ar make arrangements with bank. Nat rosaansible for accidents Oil* Yungeberg, Auctioneer '3 LUTHERAN WHITTEMORE Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke and family and her father, Joe Kennedy. Fairmont, visited overnight Saturday with her sister and family, the Edgar Wilkinsons at DCS Moines. Mr and Mrs Ralph ; Gongler of Whittemorc were Friday evening visitors at the home of Brekkes. Mr and Mrs Emil Mueller and Marcella of Wakefield. Neb. were Sunday guests at the Cecil Thor- j eson home. Janet Tlioreson left Tuesday to begin her junior year at Upper Iowa University, Fayette. Mr and Mrs Waller Hans visited at the Ed Kienitz home at Burt Thursday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Lofstrom home were her brothers, Alfred and August Melz, and Mr and Mrs Ernes* Hcidccker, all of Lakota. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Milford Berg of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Henry Schuler visited last week at the home or their son, the Armand Schulcrs at Atlantic, and spent the remainder of the week at the home ^^^^^^^^^^^^"^2L^^ B ^^^ B ^^^5^Bla»B»B^aBBBB^aF Custom Drapery Headquarter* B" * "'corating Consultant > Be Sure Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture Algona HOUSEHOLD SALE (38-39-40) Our Choice Tulip Bulbs Are Now In Stock Also Evergreens For Fall Planting. Open Every Afternoon 1 to 5 P. M. DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER "The Algona Nursery Northeast Of City Limits" PHONE CY 4-4813 FOR SALE 1959 CHEVROLET IMP ALA 4-DOOR HARDTOP SEDAN; WHITE PAINT, LOW MILEAGE, RADIO, HEATER, NEW TIRES, POWERGLIDE, REAL CLEAN CAR. CONTACT CORWIN PEER, 921 SO. MINNESOTA, PHONE CY 4-2793. (38) As I have taken employment in Fenton ard will discontinue farming, I will sell my parsonal property to the highest bidder on tha farm located 1 mile east of the south side of Fenton on black top road and 1st place north, on Saturday, Sept. 24 SALE TO START AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. 32 HEAD OF HOLSTEINS 3 Close Springers coming with 3rd calves; 3 Cows fresh with 2nd calves and cpen; 1 Cow milking and rebred coming with 5th calf; 1 Cow corning with 3rd calf; 4 Heifers coming with 2nd calves; 4 Heifers milking and pasture bred; 4 Open Heifers 18 months old; ' Heifers 6 months to 12 months old; 3 Small Heifer Calves; 2 Small Bull Calves. Cows are bred to Holstein Bull. All Females Bang's Tested. MILKING EQUIPMENT — 6-can Master Bill Side Door Milk Cooler iboui 3 yrs. old; 2-unit Surge Mliker with pipeline for 15 cows. HAY — About 500 Bales 1st Culling Alfalfa Hay in barn; About 300 Bales 2nd Culling Alfalfa Hay in barn; No Rain on this hay; 100 Bales S.raw in barn. HOGS — 30 Hamp-York Feeder Pigs wl. about 90 Ibs.; 22 Hamp-York Feeder Pigs wt. about 40 Ibs.; Six 2nd liller Hamp Sows lurned with registered York Boar July 1; All hogs velerinarian vaccinated. Mf>rry Hasse will sell 60 head of good Hamp-Duroc Hogs, weight 120 to 150 Ibs. Veterinarian vaccinated, wormed, dipped. BUILDINGS — 12 x 16 Brooder House, like new, with shingle roof; 8-pon pull together hog house and shelter with 2-in. floor and partitions, just 1 year old; Two 15-bu. Pax Steel Hog Feeders, like new; Utility 80-gal. Double Hog Waterer; Steel Water Tank with Hog Waterer; Gas Brooder Stove, 500-chick size; 14-fi. Feed Bunk. FARM MACHINERY 1953 WD-45 A.-C. Tractor wide front end and near new tires, in perfeci condition; 1953 4-row A.-C. Cultivator; laS3 3-14 Mounted \.-C. Plow; 1953 Horn "50" Loader with snow bucket; No. 60 A.-C Combine in good running order; 1951 Semi-Mounted MM. 4-row Planter; 1938 B John Deere, runs good; A6 New Idea 2-row Corn Picker, rear elevalor; 15-fi. A.-C. Disc; 44-ft. Kelly Ryan Grain El- Dvalor, 2 years old; Slan Hojsl Drive-on Wagon Hoist, real good; ll-fl. John Deere Van Brunt Grain Drill, like new; 4 Drag Sections; Dump Rake; IHC Small power Corn Sheller; M.M. ll-fl. Field Cultivator on new rubber; New Idea Farm Trailer with good lires; Nfew Idea Horn Steel Fiare Box; 4-Whe«l Farm Trailer with wood ?lare Box; Forney 180 Amp Electric Welder in good condition; cleciric Fencer Weed Chopper; New Tractor Mid. Buzz Saw with 36- n. Blede; 1 or 2 Man Dislor. Chain Saw. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with, your banker befor? the a!e. No properly to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible lor eccident should any occur. ARNO JUHL AUCTIONEERS, Quinn and Clark. • , Firs} trust & Savings Bank, Fenton, CLERK, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 Mrs Lampr.ghl will sell Ihe following described household items. ai the Gwen McDonald Haas, home at 212 S. Hall St., Starting at 10 A,M. — Monarch electric stove, Frigidaire refrigerator," round Oak dining table, 9 x 12 wool rug and pad, 9x11 wool ru<f and pad, l-?4 bed complete, E1-* ecirolux sweeper. Oak dining table, porch swing, cot complete. lamps, steam iron, dishes. firrgsicipl chairs, drapes, rugs, adult and children's clothing and miscellaneous items. 38*, USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEKl PHILCO REFRIGERATOR 8 Cu. Ft. $124.95 ••••••••••BBBBBBBaHBVHaBMaHB^iB^iB^^^^^^^^^^M' USED 54" Double Drain Cabinet Sink $ S$ JF ^0u0 9 COLEMAN 10" Oil Burning Spncs Henter With 100 Gal. Fuel Tank. Ranges Copper Clad Apt. Gas Range $59.95 1—Monarch Double Oven. Gas. Repossessed $99.95 Enterprise Gas Range __ $35.00 L & H Electric $49.95 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 T-V SETS I Westinghouse 21" Console Repossessed Was $339.95 __ Now $199.91 1—Westinghouse 21" Console J Years Old $149.95 1 Admiral 21" Console __ $99.95 Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On All New Westinghoutt T.V.'s Being Bought Herel Refrigerators Coldspot 10 cu. ft. $59.95 Phiko 8 Cu. Ft. $124.95 Freezers I—Frigidaire 10 cu. ft. Upright Type Freezer $199.93 Washers & Dryers - Frigidaire Automatic, New Guar- "* antee $124.95 ~ Norge Regular $159.95 Now $124.91 Coronado Conventional Washer -* __, :, $25.00 ~ Hamilton Automatic Washer, I new Guarantee „ $99.95 •••*. USED ELECTRIC MOTORS W* /Ve have them, all sixes '/< H.P, 'i 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all wort ' RECORD PLAYERS 45 RPM Record Player -_ $9.95 2—Zenith Console Record Players EASY TE^MS IF DESIRED v ALQONA BEECHER LANS APPUAN^ Phone CYM41I

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