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Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper D«s MolMt—7 mm). I.innnn. I-vivli Almn Ponrson f District Cou-.t. iub. Attorneys (42) THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS ! Algona Upper Oos Moinet Classified Rates 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged 50c Mininiuin Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m. • PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Roach 5,400 Families Each Week 1 For Sale FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS; also my fiord sire .suitable for old sows. John F. Weber, Irvington. 42-43 FOR SALE — MEAT-TYPE hogs, Minnesota No. 2 and Hampshire and Yorkshire boars. Fritz Freyholt/., phone 116 or 409, Fenton. 38-49* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars sired by the Grand Champion of the Clay County Fair. f Growlhy, rugged, meaty individuals. Also some bred fall gills sired the same way. Bert Gocrdes & Son, 3'i S. 1',*. E. Lakota, Iowa: 4011 FOR. SALE — 4 DRAWER ART Metal filing cabinet, full suspension, witli base — $35. Uppei DCS Moines Pub. Co., Algona 27tf* FOR SALE — DEKALB 101 pullets ready to lay, vac. and wormed, reasonably priced. Ph. CY 4-2824, Cloverleaf Hatchery. 39 tfn. HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. 46U FOR SALE — LATE MODEL used Electric Kelvinator Range. Four burner, deep well, large oven. To go at $45.00 CY 4-4G30, Cullen Hardware. ARE YOU A RETIRED FARMER? Would you like an opportunity to earn up to $1200 per year or even more? 1—Work 3 months per year 2—Work in your own locality 3—Agricultural business 4—No investment required Several position open in Kossuth Co. Contact ELMER ANDERSON Gait, la., or Phone -Dows, la. 4409. FOR SALE — SEMI-FANCY Pigeons — Al 1 colors. All kinds. 3. r )C each. Call CY 4-3D58 Sat. only John Pratt, 1 mi. so. of Algona on Hy 109. FOR SALE —- PUREBRED Duroc Boars. 2 N. 4 E. %N.. West Bend. Leonard Baas. 42-45* FOR SALE 20 extra good Wyoming Herriford cows with 20 calves by side This is a quality herd of one- brand cows at SI! 10 a pair. All cows T-B and Bangs tested. GEORGE ofEVEN, Rural Route 3, Faitficld, la. Phone 62U-H or 190 42-43" PARTS FCH SALE Wrecking over GOO cars and trucks H)4i) through 19(10— New and Used parts, Motors, Transmissions, Radiatnis, Radios, Differential Assemblies etc. All parts guaranteed to your satis faction. Largest late model wrecker in Northwest Iowa. Buyers of late model WrecKed or Burnt Cars or Trucks. We go anywhere Write for free listing. Closed Sunday — Open evenings by ap pointment. SOUTH SIDE SALVAGE Phone 2-2G8 Sanborn, Iowa 42-43 SALE — PUREBRED Duroc Boars. W. J. Stewart, 5 E. & 1 North, phone 4 on 96, Burl. 39tf FOR SALE — land China PUREBRED PO- boars, February !J5.:»)(!.11 ^72.50 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District, Al<jorm Community, Kossulh County I do hereby certify thai this report is ;i true nnd correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to Hie llnaneial matters of tiie board of said district lor the riuarier ending September lit). 1(18(1. Inex Wolfe Secretary. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouso Fund Balance from Previous CJuarter _ . fl-1,!) 17.31! Total Receipts for Quarter ... !)(ill.7. r > Total to Account for .... Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter Balance at End of Quarter General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter — i:)2,0!IB.65 Total Receipts for Quarter (i,858.17 Total to Account for Expenditures Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter T 48.4,76.0!) (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) •; ' Other Warrants Issued — amount 7G,0;39.8n Total Expenditures Balance at End of Quarter Summarized Proceeding! Pertaining To Financial Mniters and Expenses of This Quarter List of Warrants (except salaries) Schoolhouse Fund Security Slate Bank 272.50 Totnl J 272.50 General Fund Advance Pub. Co. 345.41 Used Machinery 1952 Oliver 77 Diesel, Completely Overhauled IHC F-20 Oliver 70 1950 Masscy 44-4 Gas 1955 Oliver Super 83 Diesel, A-l 1952 Fold 1946 John Deere "B" 1951 Oliver 77 Gas ' 1953 Oliver 88 Diesel 314 Oliver $4240 Plow-Trip Back Beams 316 Moline On Rbr., Throw Away Shares 314 Cose On Rbr. 316 IHC MTD. - Plow Chief, A-l Mo'in'e Wheel Tandem Disc on Rbr. WANTED IN TRADE Oliver £8 Gas ALSO, Feeder Calves, Baled Hay, Baled Straw, Ear Corn & Oats JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, la. CY 4-2421 138,!)5li.tl2 124.515.ill. 14,4-10.00 Algona Algona Algona Algonn Algona Algonn Flour & Teed _______ Implement ________ _j._J Insurance ______________ Municipal UUU J. . Plbg. & r Hlgi- -«_. „__ ..-.. Reminder ____________ Elgin Alien American Council (in Edue. FOR RENT Brick Business Building Corner Jones & State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration SEE: BJUSTROM FURNITURE Algona, Iowa TFN 50.12 27.00 4.00 9B2.!)3 010.05 '15.00 107.50 4.00 Roger Anderson .. 100.110 i.eccher Lane Appliances y.ilf) Blossom Ins. Agency 0117.117 liolsford Lumber Co. 1B7.55 Bowman Builders ],llo.l)() Bradley Bros. 3.27 K. L. Brayton 17!)..'i:i Broadhead Garret! li 1.115 Bureau Audio Visual Instr. .. 7.8(i California Test Bureau - 8.24 Carolina Blol. Supp. _ 511.70 Carlclon-Stewart Music Co. .. 511.7!) Carson's Building Supp. HU7.ni) file-nil Chall.v - - 714.4C Childcrall Equip. Co. il.liti Charlotte Collier 22.82 •Toe E. Collier ;M.-12 '•'"'111 Chnslie, -./ ':_.- JOO.rtO Alice Condon Hn.Dll Consigners .,_.-. 10.17 P & li Corbin Division 1M.U7 ini-'ii Hnrciwaro -_ - '. U7.05 Cullignn Softener Service il.OO Creative Playthings Inc. . DeeUer Bros. „ ;i2fi.0:i Demco Library Supplies 27!).35 Des ivlomes Reg. & Tribune .... 23.110 Diamond's Store 1II/JO .tonalu UiRSins .._ 1)6!).lit) Distribute Kduc. Dipt. .._ 1.50 DruBKisIs .Mutual OlU.il-1 Juun-y Luck Corp. .- - 02.21 Educational Record Sales 83.85 Elk Cleaners .._- 20.25 Farewav Stores IS.'JU Kmmti i'inley 25.93 Follctt Pub. Co. • 72.41 John Folh , 51-00 Frederick Hardware 42.00 H. .1. Funk 3.55 i:.;.S. Hammond Co. ....... -- 31.47 R. M. Harrison 5.40 lledrik Bros. 577.114 Dick Jlclmcrs 281.00 Janice Hentges - -- 51.28 l-lerbst. Ins. Agency -- 711.00 Jim Hershberger -- 100.00 Herl/.berg New Method Inc. -- 100.71 Arnold Hill -.- —'- 257.110 Ed Hot'fa Typewriter Exch. .- 12.00 .uchard Huiehins 2).i)7- Hutzells Cities Service '..„ 50.00 HuUells School & Office Simp. 7S.15 luwa Aasoc. of School Boards (iO.OO Iowa Emp. Security Comm. ...10,757.32 Iowa Pub. Emp. Retirement System , _-_12,251).73 P. R. Iron:; - -.Helen Kelley C. 11. Klamp - Kliplo Loose Leaf Co. ... Kussuth Motor Co Kossuth Oil Co. ,-•Kossuth Red Cross ... Kent Motor Co. G.Or Donald Kramer 200.;)l Laltu's Business System 102.5- 'Ihe Lincoln Yearbook Co 111.3 The Lloyd Thomas Co. 1.2H7.4. Maplcwood Books 177.-12 Ha/.cl Markovetz 50.7. Carl McBride '._. 28!i.2( A. C. IVleClusg Marjorie- McBride .„. ._ Walter McBride McGrnw Hill Book Co. Clyde Mease __,., r .. jviiuxvesi s>riop Supplies _ _ Modern Dry Cleaners O. M. Monroe .Motor Club of Iowa National Ecluc, Assn. News Map of the Week North Central Public Service Norm Iowa Directory Northwestern Bell Telephone Norton Machine Works Arthur Olson Webster Orion Pacific Intermountain Express A. N. Palmer -Co. L i.-reivai i.iolors Peterson Roofing Co. i'euy Cash i-'oM Tiansfor & Storage ..-_... VIrs lion Potter Pratt Electric Const. i-.iu.una carbon Co _. Ready-Mix Concr. Mrs Lowell Samp — Schultz Bros. Science Research Assoc. Scott, Foresn&ui & Co. Security Stale Bank .... George W. Sel'ril .... Service Center lor Teachers __ Siey Fort Dodge L. W. Singer Co., Inc. Singer Sewing Machine Co. -.. Smith Corona H. Nelson Snider, Truas Willard Snuslad Cnailes Soienson Kathryn Sorensen John H. Spencer Superior Oil Co. ....._.. — Tracy Office Equipment Co. .. Unuerxvood Corporation ...: Upper Des Moines Pub. J. Wcston Walch Webster Pub. Co. W. M. Welch Mfg. Co. Weldon-Williams & Lick - _ The Weiilin Co. i<oi;»:r U'hipplu . .-- -C. S. Whitney \V lilies Canvas & UP11 The H. W. Wilson Co. Ella Zumach nrrowi (!. John Scuffman. 2 mi. M. K. <,f Al.yona. -12-13-45" FOR SALE DOUBLE TUB DEXTER Wasning Machine. A-l condiljon. Tnis machine i. J hiiiU to sl-iiul Ilii- aliii.^.-. Priced :!)!UK). CY -l-lt',30. Cttlli-n Hard- •C,\{ SALK -— 1'OLAND ;;nd 15i-r:;hirc hoars. Pt x-ldiiii'.. Jin. Hi!) & lii, 1 not ill. CHINA •ix-r Er- iV(-.--,t. :i /:'i 42-43* FOR SALE: Automatic than one ye will accept, .sell cheap. Hardware. IH1ILCO - RENDIX Washer. Used less r. A-l Condition. Wo a trade-in on this or CY 4-KMO, Culler, FOR SALE — 11 Cn. FT. G. E deepfree/.e; double barrel 12 Ka. sholHiin; 1955 Foi'd car; 1957 RoycraR 42 ft. trailer house. D. E. Meyer, c/o Ilillcrest Trailer Court. 42* FOR SALE -- JUNGER'S GAS .space heater. Ucmonstrator that we used in our .store- to show our eustomc-rs the features of Jungors Gas space healers. Now on sale at a good discount. CY 4-4030, Cullen Hardware. FOR SALE — GOOD USED Philgas Range. Perfect condition and will last you many years. Will sell at $40.00. Worth much more than this. CY 4-4630 Cullen Hardware. roar elevator TRACTORS 1—1956 Model WD-45 Allis- Chalmers with adj. front 1—1950 Model WD Allis- Chalmers 1—Model WC A::is-Chalmers 1—Model CA Allis-Chalmers 1—Model A John Deere wilh starter and lights 1—Ford complete wilh hyd. loader and mower MISCELLANEOUS 1—Gehl PTO Hammermill with both augers 1—John Deere PTO Hammermill 1—No. 12A New Idea Manure Spreader 1—No. 14A New Idea Manure Spreader 1—Wood Flare Box 1—Stoel Flare Box l_New Holland Model No. 33 Hay & Stalk Chopper — like new 1—John Deere Wide Elevator wilh truck hopper PLOWS 1—3-16 Allis-Chalmers mounted 1—3-14 Allis-Chalmers mounted 1—3.14 McCormick-Deering pull type 2—2-16 Allis-Chalmers - pull type LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CI'i i'. IOWA DIAL NO. BROWN 2-4601 42 Farm Equipment 58.15 125.00 IJ-faJ U.J7 ' lt) ^,-"l ) ..Jo .10.00 Krafft Music Co 1.039.41 100.7) 4117.5 Witi.ii 5.4 40.01 1,7111.!) 47.4 257.01 20.:! 2.4 75.5' 3U-l.lt 1 24.01 33! I. V (i5.1V 737. G 25.01 1.2 304 '.7 2,"i lO.i.it) 2-12.44 H.lu 35.00 327. SI 55.011 3;i.50 31)0.00 41.V5 1 .50 2113.11! 117.H2 15.7:10.70 101.3(i 0. ill) 15.55 3.75 211.31 450.00 20.00 U03.20 H.75 5. (ill 180.110 iis.im HUH. (It) 5-10.00 235.03 15.113 USED FARM MACHINERY CORNSTALK SHKEDERS FOR RENT $1.25 pur acre or 50 acres at any one time rented 1—J. D. 1946 "B" tractor, good condition . $475 1—Humboldt stalk shredder $110 1—Stan Hoist drive-on hydraulic hoist w/3/4 H.P. electric motor drive __ $150 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 00 tractor. 1—JD 42 ft. portable elevator w/l'TO drive, 2 wheel trucks $41C .1—1037 JD tractor "B" __ $125 l—1U3U JD "A" tractor, w/roao gear, on rubber '. $295 1—Grain-O-Valor "30", will feed .s;h:p,e -_ $375 w/lTO drive, 2 wheel. 1—J.D. ,'!-H tractor plow w/high speed bottoms $350 I—Hydraulic loader, fits Int. "H" or "M" ,._ $41 1— -Used 3 H.P. Elect Motor, A-l condition, near new $150 NEW! SPECIAL PRICES! 1—J. D. "-15" Combine 1—JD "30" Combine Gehl Choppers and Blowers WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenlon, la. 42 111 H3 IB. 117 3ii. 00 •l-lti.Oll 411.40 1137.07 Total - ,70.,)3!).a;i I, Inez Woll'c, Sill-rutary of. the above;. HaiiK.il Ek-liuul Uinlrirt, tin hereby cer- ill'V Hint this report, pni',cs 1. 2. 3, is a true iincl correct SjUiK'incnt of the proceedings perlalniiiK to 1 iiuineial matters of the Hoard of said District lor the Quarter ending Sept. 30. UHiO. Jjiev. Wolfe Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this Mtli day of October A. 13., IHtiO. Josephine WaUlera Notary. (Seal I TURKEY DINNER ST. JOE Sunday, October 30 St. Joseph's School Hall Serving io start at 4 p.m. DOOR PRIZES ADULTS — $1.25 CHILDREN UNDER 12 — 60c 42-43* Custom Drapery Headquarter! By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure - Be Right See BJustrom Furniture Algona HEPOIIT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK ol Algona, Icv-n, a member of Ihe Fodornl Reserve System, at the clouo of business on Oclober 3, 1960, published in" accordance wiih a call made by the Fodornl Reserve bank ol this dUlricl pursuant to Ihe provisions of iho Federal Heserve Act. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other bunks, including reserve balance, and cash ili.'ins in process of collection ----- 1.515,015.71 'i. United Statet; Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,30(1.171.25 3. Obligations 'ol States and political subdivisions - ,. 577,'Jlili.iJO 5 Corporate stocks; I including 7500.00 block of Federal Hcserve ' bank) .- - ----- - --- 7.500.00 li. l.oiiiis and dlscounls (including 3151.31 overdrafts) ... .. ... .1.7-Hi, 101.30 7."ll;inK premises owned $1)2,2111.7^. furniture and "fixtures $27,-430.21 llU.U-l'J.US iBank premises owned are subject Io no-Hens not assumed by banki TOTAL ASSETS .' - - - -0.802.701.11 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnvrships, and corporations 4.365.U13.8IJ Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ...— 8.3(14.US Deposits ol United States Government (including postal savings) ... I31,l!l3.3i Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions ..... tilM,!l!*li .lilt Deposits ol 'banks -- - ... 102.04S.lll Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, elc.j 7.14U.35 TOTAL DEPOSITS .-!£J,2tn.!i58.l4 TOTAL LIABILITIES ... 5.2U1,!)38.H CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital" Surplus . Undivided 1:'0,000.00 100.000.00 2!)U,742.'J7 profits -_- ...:. •JS). TOTAL CAl'ITAL ACCOUNTS :.. 510.7-12.1)' L!0. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - 5.BU2.701.11 "This bank's capital consists of: Common slock With total par value ol $150,000.00. M E M O R A N DA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes - .. - .. 200.000.00 1, A. F. Agcna, President ol the above-named bank, hereby certify that UIL above statement is li;ue to the best of my knowledge and belief.. ,. A. F. Aetna, President Correct—Attest: , Hugh Kaney, J. q. Mawdjley, L. E. Linnan, . II. J. Cowan, F. L. McMaUoi USED- MACHINE nY LIST COMBINES. 1—Model 60 Allis-Chalmiers wiih pickup and sirawspreader 3—Model No. 6A Case I—Model No. 62 McCormick- Deering 1—Model 60 Allis-Chalmers wilh motor CORN PICKERS 1—Case Husker with rear elevator •1—Model 33 Allis-Chalmers in excellent condition 1—Mounted Allis-Chalmers — ready io go 2—Model 6A New Idea 1—Minneapolis-Moline with side elevator 1—Oliver with side elevator -No. 4 Oliver Mounted -Minneapolis-Moline with lest for training as IBM machine operators. All inquirers \vill br notified of the examination date. to be given in your area. These positions pay up to $450 monthly, 40 hour week, pleasant working conditions, including hospitali/a- tion find vacation privileges. If interested in operating this type of equipment and would like to determine if you- can qualify for training write Mr Mack, M. H. Donald Inc.. 54.'! — 28th Street. Des Moines. Iowa. 42 ____ : WANTED TO i.iUY — GOOD quality gilts to farrow between Oct. 20 and Nov. IO. Call CY 4-4047, Algona. 42 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Jn\va ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7aOii September Term. IflGO. TO ALL WHOM IT, MAY CONCERN: YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED. That mi Instrument of writing purporting to bo the last Will nnd Testament of John Romney Helmer. Dece.is-ed, tinted January R. infill, having been this day filed, opened nnd read. Monday the 31st day of October, 1!)W>. is fixed for hearing proof of snme nt the Court. TTouKf in Alponn. lov/.-i. before thp District Court of s.-.iil Couiity. or the Clerk of said Court; and a^ ten o'clo'-k A M.. of the day abovr mentioned nil persons intrrcsted ore horebv notifi"d and required to appear, and shf>w cause. If any thov have, why instrument should not V>e probated -ind ,-il- lowed a:i and for tin: 1-ist Will and Testament of said deceased. Dntcd at Algona. low,). October 15, Alm/i Pearson Clerk of the District Court. D. Lowe. Attorney Algona. Iowa BETTER PRINTING for !««• Des Moines Pub Co., NOTICE I Am Working In My Barber Shop At 319 EAST CALL ST, And Will Appreciate Serving Ycu There. DAVID GOUGE i WANTED TO RENT—A FARM, any sixe. Will pay cash rent for good ground. Ample equipment and labor. Experienced operator. Write Box 69-B?; Algona Upper Des Moines. 42 tfn. Lost & Found For Rent 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 — DOWNSTAIRS furnished apartment. Close-in. Utilities furnished. Phone CY 43786 after 5 p.m. 40 tfn. FOR RENT — 2 BEDROOM furnished apartment. Heal furnished. Sec Bjustrom Furniture. 40 tfn. Real Estate FOR SALE — A NEW 3 BED- \ropm homo. Call after 5 p.m. Fred Hngen. CY 4-2342. 42-45* FOR SALE—NEW 3-BEDROOM home, 1204 East Call. Contact Bud Robinson, CY 4-3374 or CY 4-2325. ' 12tfn CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends end relatives for the many nice cards, flowers, gifts and visits during my recent hospitalization at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Robert Walker, West Bena. 4] CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to friends and relatives for their many kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement, uur appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. The family • of Donald A. Eraser. 42* CARD OF THANKS To the kind and thoughtful neighbors and friends who did so many thoughtful and much appreciated kindnesses during my recent illness and hospitalization. C. H. Simpson 42* CARD OF iHANKS We want to take this opportunity to thank all who sent cards and all who helped to make our Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary such a mejnorablc occasion. Mr and Mrs Simon Elbert. 42* CARD OF i HANKS I want to thank all my friends and relatives who remembered me with cards and visits during my stay in the hospital and also for everyone that helped with my work at home. Gerald Jcntz. 42* FOR SALE — Air Conditioned, 3 bedroom home. Take a look, 319 E. Elm St., Phone CY 4- 2779. i3GU) WANTED — MAN FOR YEAR •around farm work, to start Sept. 1. House available. Apply in writing, Box G9-0, c/o this newspaper. 36tf HELP WANTED MALE—FEMALE Weekly profits of $65 and up ai start possible for man or woman to supply famous, nationally TV advertised Watkins products to customers in city of Algona, full or part time. Esablishcd business, no- invesment. Start now. Write Watkins Products, Inc.. D-92, Winona, Minn. 42-43-44* "EARLY CASH CROP — Want growers for Siberian Hulless Barley. Have cash outlet for entire 1961 crop. Write Klingaman Seed Grain Co. Box No. 2521, Waterloo, Iowa" 42 WANTED — NEED MAN TO sell linp of guaranteed products; home every nite; good earnings; plenty ol help given; car- needed. Box 244, Britt, la. .-. : ' , 42-43* HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 17-25 All graduates in this area are eligible to take a free aptitude Council Minutes NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL St.ite of Iowa •". In District Court Kossuth County N" 7fin'' Rnntprnbrr T»rm. lilfiO. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN vo" APP HF.nEBY NOTIFIED. That n instrument of writing purporting to be the hist Will and " Tostnrncnt • of Claim G. Anderson, Dordasnd. dntcd O.-tnbc'V 31, 1D5I'. having boon this day il'.'d, opciv-d and read. Saturday the 'in, ri nv n |- October. UlfiO, is fixc'd for hearing proof of same at the Court 'immn in Alirona. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the "lo-lt of said Court: and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notifiec and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated nnc allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. IJated at Algona. Iowa, October 13 NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No 7B05 Septi-mbor Term. I960. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED. That in instalment of writing purporting to x; the last Will and Testament of Eva Han'f'M. D-'ceascd, dated April 4, l')55 having been this day filed, opened ,nd' -ad. Monday the 31st day of October IflGO, is fixed for hearing proof if same at Die Court House in Algona Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: jnd at ten o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested ire herebV notified and required to appear, arid show cause, if any they have why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said <iC Datcd d at Algona, Iowa. October 14, 19GO - Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Winkel & Winkel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa ( ^ 2) UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends WANTED An Accident Insurance Policy For An Accident That Already Happened. I Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The AIGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Before I Fell Down The Basement Steps And Broke My Leg. 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, Iowa (40-41-42) CHOICE FARM FOR SAL r : Wesl ' i of Section 32-95-29; known as THE BROWN FARM in Cresco Township; may bo bought on LIBERAL CONTRACT TERMS, subject another year's lease (transferable). Full set cf farm buildings, Webster-type, level lying soil, (ihe best). Well-drained. Get full details about this good farm from K. D. HUTCHINS, Real Estate. Tel. CYpress 4-3205. Res. 402'/2 W. Slate in Algona. 42-43* LAND AUCTION THURSDAY EVE., OCT. 20, 7:30 P.M. 125 - ACRE FARM Located 3 *-Mile East Of Granada, Minn. LAND In Center Creek Township, Martin County, in Sections 28 and 29. AI! Tillable. Highly. Productive Farm. TERMS 10% down on tale date. Balance on or before January 1, 1961, or possession given as soon as full settlement is made. IMPROVEMENTS Modern 3-Bedroom house with built-in cupboards; good 12' x 22' garage; 40 x 26 Burn; 16 x 40 Chicken house; 26 x 45 Machine Shed; 24 x 26 Corn Crib; 2200-Bushel Bin; Hoghouse; Brooder House; Water piped to barn and chicken house. IYLE ENGLAND, Owner WIDIl A ClARK, Auctfonor* Hold This Year's Crops Of Soybeans & Corn NFO sees a great opportunity for farmers to profit by holding this year's crops of soybeans and corn. Farmers establish bargaining power on grains during harvest season by keeping grain in their possession. FACTS TO CONSIDER Facts to consider: Agriculture department has predicted that 1960 soybean crop will be short of demand. Crop estimated at 566 million bushels, demand predicted for 570 million bushels. Only 8 million bushels left in federal stocks. Corn position can improve. NFO is advising its members to hold for $2.56 per bushel on soybeans and $1.49 per bushel on corn and suggest* Ing non-members support the efforts. Procedure to follow: Store all corn and soybeans possible; secure government loans to cover high operating costs if desired; hold for higher prices and bargaining efforts. MAKE A WISE MANAGEMENT DECISION. DON'T SELL SHORT THIS YEAR. .^!i^^*M'l^ Quack Grass Costs You Money Control It By Applying Atrazine NOW! As Farm advertised in ihe and Home Section Algonq Flour & Feed SY 4-n/Ol Algona, Iowa USED FARM MACHINERY 1956 IHC 300 1958 MM 5 Star Gas 1958 MM 445 IP 1948 MM4J John Deere A MM Z I Gibson 1957 MME PTO Sheler 1949 MME PTO Shelter 4—MM huskor w/rear elevator 1955 Case huskor 1953 New Idea huskor MM Uni. huskor Several other good used huskors and grain elevators BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algeria, Iowa Phone CY 4-3451 TURE HOUSE USED FURNI AT AUCTION Platform Rocker - ','2 price, with vibrator $ 49.50 Barcalounger, green, V 4 price, was $199.50 $ 49.50 Kroehler Hide-a-bed with mattress, looks like new, was $219 $109 Complete bed with steel coil springs, full or twin size -1- $ 26 Folding Chairs in group of 1 to 3, easy to sit in and ideal for schools, churches, home, rest rooms, etc., priced in lots of 10, 50 in all $1 eac h Mahogany Vanities, priced as low as ---------- $ 16.50 Kroehler upholstered Easy chair, in good condition ------------- $ 12.50 6-Pce. Mahogany Dinette set, was $250, hardly a scratch on it, with two leaves $ 99 Platform Rockers, different colors, all in better than average condition '. . . priced ot $12.50, $19.90, $32.50, and $47.50. 7-Pce. Dinette Sets, metal legs ------------- $ 69.95 Set of 6 Chairs, in walnut, only ------------ $ 18.95 Windsor Piano, with new keys, tuned and in good order ------------------- $ 60. Wine car plush Living Room Suite, very slightly used, was $250, now ____ $ 77.50 Pair of Table Lamps with metal flower pots included, were $16.50, now __ $5.95 Floor lamp, shade and bulbs ----------------- $ 7.95 Drop Head Desk ____ $ 11.95 8-inch Florence Oil Heater, all porcelain inside and out, regular $89.50 ____ $-49.50 Two-Pee. Living room suite (blue), reversible cushions ------------------ $ 30. 2-Pce. Studio with chair to match, fair shape _„ $ 19,50 Other studios priced as low as -------- ------ $ 6.75 Automatic Coronado Washer -------------------- $ 35 10-inch Oil Burning Charter Oak Heater , ______ $ 24,50 Platform Rockers, priced from $3.95 to $6.00. Army Folding Cots, each ----- .... ----- $ 4.85 $t» those pnd many other furniture and household items at tht ... AUCTION HOUSE Subsidiary of •justrom Furnitvrt H door locked, stop In or call at liuttrftm'i) IOWA ! J '»3U'f M"!' .'.?.*•}«

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