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Of Burt, Bride Oct. 23 Peter, daughter,of Mt -and Mrs Albert Peter• of .Brower* vllle, Minn, former ,Lu Verne and BiirT residents artd William Wil- sd'ri, fa Son 6f William Wilson, Sit", of BeaVfit'dale, Penn. were united in marriage Suhday, Oct. 23ifd' at 'Staples, Minn. $hd'double ring Ceremony Was performed in the Trinity Lutheran Church of Staple^. ftichard Peter, brother o^ the bride was junior Usher and cand- lelighter. The bride's sister, Lin- dtf, 1 was maid of honor,'and an* other sister, Joyce, was bridesmaid. , ' ,A reception' Was held in the church parlor immediately following tKe service. Aftef a short wedding trip the couple will* be at home in Wadena, The groom is stationed at ibhe Wadena air base and the bride- Is employed-itf-the '6fftee of "the Wadena Builders .Supply. The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs Loufse .-Peter and Mr and Mrs Ralph Morgan all of AI-; gona. ' •> „' • Area residents attending the wedding were'-Mr and Mrs .Ralph Morgan, Mr and Mrs Willis ( Coti ton, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach and/Carol of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs'Charles, f Hallbauer of Siou* City, Miss<Ja%e Zumach-of "Albert City,'Mi?" and, Mrs August fiornau \ of ' Hurt,' Miss Sherry Bernau of ' Blue Earth, Mrs Lawrence Presthus and Nancy of Burt, also Mr and Mrs Williard Sanford and Amy former" Algona 'residents now'of MIL- aca, Minn. , • ,.•«.. M?and D Banquet^ ,< St. Cecelia's C. P. of A. held its', Mother-Paughter banquet Oct. 24. Msgr. P. P. Gearen, court chaplain, gave the blessing and Mrs Helen Mikes, grand regent', was toastmistress. Rev. S. A. Grady, Humboldt, gave "the main address. A. tribute to daughters was given by Mrs Helen Miller and was answered with a tribute to,,\i mothers '•by her ; daughter, Gloria. Rose 'Mary '• GisclV Judy MUrphy. and Joan Mikes continu- . edjthe tribute with a song. Past and/.'i presents Jdistrf et * idepMesy Hilda'; "Nemmers ^and'^Marc^ljla Fandel' "'and 'five 1 ; chartei- ; mem- ,bers, Mary Barry, Ella Bode, Adelaide Kohlhaas, ,Rose -iScan^ IanJand Maryf Streit,'?&ere present Prizes were\ won by Mrs Mamie Winkelj oldest: mother, Mrs; Claire Reutzel, youngest mother, Mrs Bernadette Reilly, lar- gestifamily and MrslElmer,Wier, Rapid City, the mother who caijie the farthest distance./Plan- njng committee included Ve'ra Prone, Cordulla Goodman, Cyrilla; i Sifert, Ruth Afe'rid, 5 L^ella Collins, Wilma Haupert, Verna Kain, Donna Kain, Jfiefla Mur : * ' Irene Nitchals and veronica iRoethler. Observe Fpriileih * '•• * Mr and Mrs L. 'ife. • observed their 40th wedding., ap- niyersary Oct. 27 at their home* . Those in attendance were. Messrs nhij' Mesdames ;K^ii|ett ? Hack-] bariji, Ray Laabs aridMaCalueline,' Gary and Janet, Herbert Hack- iarj-h, Edward Hackbarth, Marvin "Hackbarth, Andrew Funk,. Lloyd Funk, Thfeodore Bierstedt; Ar't Balmer, Dareld -Gage, Art Tietz, Ortwin 'Tietz, 1 ' "Archie Vojgt, Herman Riggert, Arnold Hainzinger, Walter Haack, Harry Alt, Martin Meyer and Linda, Art Rusch, Noah Reisner, Julius Will, John Simon, Tim O'Brien, Leo Waldschmldt, Mr Arnold Meine, Mr Frank Meine, Mrs Anna Haack and Mrs Arela Leininger. 50£ was, pjayed,. High prizes were 'vvon by Mrs Tim O'Bri^rf and Noah Reisper, Low prizes went to Mrs. Dareld Gage ' aad Arnold Meine. Travel prize was won by Mr John Simon. FirsJ Communion Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel were dinner- guests Sunday of the latter's brother and sister-in-law Dr. 'and Mrs E, J. Capesius at Whittemore, a celebration of the first communion of the Capesius daughter Colette. Other guests were the parents Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Mr and Mrs James Tornebane, Fort Dodge, and Mr and Mrs .Simon Kipfer, Windom, Minn. Wed 25 Years 7>( ''•"•' " ' , : '" Mr and Mrs Waller Elbert celebrated their silver wedding ar»- niverswyi! Saturday, Oct. W and- held open house at tlieir home at which there were 80; callers Mrs Elbert was assisted by Helen Ernst, Elizabeth Grill, Gertrude Faulstick, Mrs Alfred Grill, and .Theresa ThUges. A seven o clock dinner was served for forty re- and friends. ; The marriage': of; Luyerrie; i dera, Algeria;' daughter 6f Mr arid Mrs Ed Bedford, Corwith, ' and Wa'tie ,. Black, son', ,of , Mr .and Mrs Clefaf Black/, also - f dff Ai'gbfaa, took place October 27th in Carson City,. Nevada^ The groom is employed with the Forest Rangers,, and they are pifiding. their home in: Pallocli Mries, •'*• California. Church. Fellowship An all church rKissionary fellowship, .of the^ .First Baptisf chWH^ivlll 'meet "Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. Devotions., by 'Dorothy Urch. A | missionary.- filhi'^will be shown and refreshments served by Flo- renge^ 5 Butterfield,> /Blutji; fc Cross,- MildredT Robinson 1 ; ,"M ar,g.a ret k Heerdt >'riU ; N61-3ieVDeBo : 'i ,;i A \.\0 L 1 1..> l" 0 '• T\i J latives Mrs B»he'Hon«ed Mr and Mrs Dick Buschcr entertained at dinner Saturday evening, the birthday of Mrs Buscjjer's mother, Mrs Al Rahe, Bancroft, being observed. Other giiegts were Donnie, Eddie and Becfey Rahe, Mr and Mrs Howard Weydert, Bancroft, Lorraine Rahe; Minneapolis, and Eugene , The Methodist W.S.C.S. meets Thursday, November 3 for a one o'clock luncheon. Hea«Jq««rters By A BtwrflUns 0t Syrt •*•' $lf PiHItram Furniture Algona Manor OrandfaftherT ' , •' t 1 A family dinner .was held.Oct 17 at Mr and Mrs-* Clayto'if Pittman's for L. G. Wolcott, Bricelyn, grandfather * of , Mrs Pittman, Whose eighty-fifth "birthday was being obseryed.- pthersi present Were Mr a'nd'Mrs Clifford Wol- COtt,' Austin, • Minn., Mr and . Lloyd Haae, Mr and' Mrs John Mikkelson, Bricelyn, Mr and Mrs Ed,.Wplcptt, Mr.and.Mps Dfilmar Kern ''arid Mrs Emma 'Plurnan and the respective families. - * Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis entertained jMr and tJJ^fs Gilbert H^rgr^aves jat d.rhner Oct. II in honor' of Mrs Hargreaves' birthday. :They were joined for the evening by Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert,, and Mv., an^-Mrsi ,Har,ry Hargreayes.' ,Cards''.iwere?, played and refreshments.. served. .,'"..: '. Enlertain Guests Pr, and Mrs A. J. Eason entertained Mr and Mrs Ed Genrich, Supt. 'and Mrs O. B. Laing and Mr and'Mrs Charles Boringer at dinner Friday evening. T v h e daughter Mary Eason was home from PCS Moines for the weekend. I.-.' >.-•!•>' ;•: t- > i . ,-. .'..' i . • • .i-v , 'r; 60th Anniversary, \ , ., '•" -, ''''• V '; P. E. O;;, Sisterhood will observe the sixtieth anniversary of the Algona chapter with a luncheon Wednesday at Hotel Algona. Mrs -Mario Murtagh. is the only charter member and was honored with a 60-year pjn recently. Luncheon Thursday The Women's JTqllpwship of the Congregational church will muet Thursday, Nov. 3 for a qt^ o'clock lunqheon to be served by the Ruth circle. Mrs R. I. Mawdsley will have charge of the program. Trinity Ladies ' ! , ". V'.VT-'^'"v ' Tne Ladies Aid' Society of the Trinity Lutheran church meets Thursday w . Noy x . 3, ,Kog^ses am » •• *-_ •!. • • fi-rM* nJ •.'_•*• ll f'«*-*K#»n .ri.»*'-*aLl;J" --..,. de, Leo Gardner, and G. A, Geilenfeld. .. j^ Mrs Thilges Hostess Mrs Leo Thilges entertained her card club last Wednesday afternoon. The club meets this week with Mrs G. A! Sharp. Bridge Club Meets Mrs Ann Hanson entertained the Idle, Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Roy Bjustrom was a guest. :': THE SURE WAt f 0 « .'FASTEST RESULTS I .; • Algbna QptMt Oes Moines i Classiiied ttai^s. t .. / • i i i 5c Per Word, Cash in Advattc» 7c Per Woria, "Charged S^c Minimum .' • > ' Copy • DeadUne Monday, 4 p.tn 0 PHONE CY 4-3535 ~* •UDM Want Ads''Reach 5,400 Families Each Week I • * T.*)', -'Sfcft For Sale FOR SALE — 8x7 FT. FOLDING | overhead garage door complete with,: hardware. C.ooks Welders Supply,' 1 600 Diagonal St. ., t - ,44 FOR SALE f — { ; M*iAT-TYPE *• Hampshire,,;boars,, .serviceable |gei Large selection to chpose fronii (Joseph A. Show, Wesley, la. " V : c' 44-1* F.OR SALE. --'I960 CHEV. IM{ pala; 4 dr. Hardtop, turbo-glide and radio. 16,000;' miles, extra dlean. Harley ,Hahs6ri'-. CY 4:2983. •>"; --:-.•• ':•*• '•• '..•'.'• • 44 R' SALE — 2' PUREBRED IHolstein bulls;,serviceable age; S Qtti' : 'dams ; with Records up to 0 • Ibs. butterfat ;• Well. marked. Also '•• some, heifer "calves 1 to '4 'iftdriths 'old. -Herman 'Soderberg, Bancroft,' la'. 'Phone 4593. 44-45 tp!OR .SAO! — .,_ MEATtTYPE :;. ; hogs';' Minnesota • 'No: 2 :' arid Hampshire: and ^Yorkshire • boars. -Fritz " r Freyhpltz, phone 116 pi".' : ' 38-49* SALE — PUREBRED I "f Spotted Poland. China ' boars sire'diby the Grand Champion of ;the '.Clay 'County' Fair. :• Growthy, •i'Ugged, i meaty; individuals. 'Also |ome ..bred 'fall gilts -sired, the Same. way. Bert' Geerdes ^& Son, '.Si/is S. 1 »A E. Lakota,. Iowa. - 40tt . SALE — ' PUREBREP WES-, i'i sex Saddleback boars at farmers' prices. Also .3, yearling Jsoars; Gerald* Rpchleau,i Algona, ; Iowa. •' ' "• •' " • ~ No . lay. - Roy B, Johnson, Buf-. faflo '.G^n i t'ejr;.:ja. C'^ ', . 43-44-45* FOR- '-;, SALE ; -^ PERAI!B. X IOI -i^pullets ready to 'lay/ vac. and wormbd,- reasonably priced. Ph. CY 4.-2S24, Cloverleaf Hatchery •~- ; •"- ••• / ' :••'••. "39 tfri. HEAVYWEIGHT ( TARPS . Al 'LIGHTWEIGHT .PRICES. IF WE A,HAVEN'T , GOT IT OB CAN'T, GET;. IT. IT . IS .NOT MANtlFACTUHED. • PIAM^ND'S., ;]' \ •'••'.''• 46U FOR' SALE — PUREBRED ; Duroc Boar's. 2'- N. 4 E. ; '%N., West Behd; Leonard Baas. 42-45* FOR .. SALE ' — v. PUREBRED ;Duroc -Boars. W. ; J. Stewart, 5 E; 1 & 1 North, phone 4 on 96, Burt. •:••... 39tf FOR SALE.—i PUREBRED PO• Ilarid .Chtiria 'boars, February farrowed. John 'Scuffman, 2 mi. N. E. of, Algona. , .', 42-43-45* Real Estate FOR SALE ~r A NEW 3 room home. Call after 5 p.m. Fred Hagen: &f 4^2342. 42-45« F.OR SALE—NEW 3-BEDRQOM : hompi'-igp^ East,Call.', Contact $ud RoMnspn, CY 4-3374 pr.CY 4,2325. ',:., • ... 12tfn FOR 'SALE — NEAR-NEW 3 bdrm. home, garbage disposal, watef 'spften.er, ' dry basement. . ; . 44* FARM- FOR SALE — .2% MILES east of 'Fonton, section 22, 80 acres, 'dairy farm. Complete set of good buildings, .barn has 42 Stalls, room "for 1,000 chickens, room for 3,500 bushels corn, modern house, running water; all under . plow, One-third down, balance 5%* possession Mar. 1, 1961. Fritz ^reyholtz; phone 116, Fenton. - ' ; 44-47* In Talent Contest Allen and Russell Bode of Algona will compete in the district Rural Amateur Talent Event at Garner, Iowa, Saturday, Nov. 5. Sponsored by Farm Bureau, county winners in Farm Bureau's district II will compete for the right to advance to the state contest in Des Moines Nov. 15. Illinois Grqdgqtes Tv/o Kossuth county students, Susan A. Kelley, Algona, and Loraine P. Dean,. Titonka, were among 925 summer graduates of the University of Illinois who will receive diplomas in the near future. Miss Kelley will receive a master of science dagree, wljile jUofaJn^' Dean wifl" regeW 'a master pf education degree, For Rent RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR 2 rpojn units suitable lor light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan 'Motor Court, 1111 E. State's* Ph CY 4-3523, 12tfn FOR RENT — DOWNSTAIRS furnished apartment. Close-in. Utilities furnished. Phone CY 43786 efter 5 p.m. 40 tfn. FQR RENT — 4 ROOM HOUSE, furnished, oil heat, full basement. Harley Hanson. CY 4-2983. ...... 44 FOR RENT stalk cutter. radio station. NEW IPEA mile west of 44-45* "Yes, I wore roy dark rait this morning, dear—why ?» Farm Equipment . USED FABM MACHINERY CORNSTALK SHREDERS FOR RENT $1.25 per acire or 5Q acres at any '. one 'time rented, .'. V- 1—New Idea 2, row pull type corn picker, rear elevator. 1—J.D. drive ,,oii wagon hoist. j_Case FarnvRubb'er Tirfed' Wagon w/dump master hoist and, 6x10 ft. Anthony Steel Barge j POX: ;-L_—J_-^- r --$275 1—% HiP. 1 ; electric -.motory 110- ( 220 volt. good——. •- $ 50 l_New 1100 Bu. Walsh corn . crib w/steep roofVi—' r — $295' l__j. D. 1946 ''B'! -tractor, .good , • condition _ .! _:— $475 1—Humboldt: stalk shredder .—.a.— $110 t^-Case tractor plow W/3-J4 . ?• : throw-away share •_' ,$245i ,L*-JD .2-14 mounted: plow. i ^ -'-.' BO'th' of above w/high Speed'bottoms. " '.'•' 1—JD No. 800 3 tjgmt hitch ' for- A-B 50 or 60 tractor. 1— JD 42 ft. portable elevator w/PTO drive, 2 wheel trucks _-___—_____• $410 1—1037 JD tractor "B" — $125 I—1939 JD" "A" tractor, w/road gear, on rubber'- ;— $295 I—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 — $351' 1—U.sed 3 H.P. Elect Motor, A-l . condition, near new *— $150 NEW! SPECIAL PRICESl 1—J. D. "45" Combine 1_JD "aO" Combine ' Super Snoots for J. D. and I.H.C. Gehl Choppers and Blowers WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, la. . 44 USED MACHINERY LIST CORN PICKERS 1—Model 6A New Idea Ip-Model No. 21 New Idea -mounted 1—Model No. 4 Oliver, - mounted 1—Oliver with side elevator I—Model 33 Allis-Chalmers in excellent condition 1—Mounted Allis-Chalmers ready to go 1—Minneapolis?Moline with side elevator 1—Case Husker with rear elevator PLOWS li_3-14 McCormick»Deering — pull .type l^-JI-16 Allis-Chalmers ,- pull Jype l-r-3-14 AlHs-Chalmers — mounted 1—3-16 Allis-Chalmers . , • mounted TRACTORS 1—1956 Model WD-45 Allis- Chalmers with adj. front 1—1950 Model WD AWs- Chalmers 1—Model CA Allis-Chalmers I—Mode) WC AUis-ChaJmers 1—ford Complete with hyd. loader and mower ' 1—Mode.1 A John ^eere with starter and lights MISQELLANgOyS I— Lundell Stalk Shredder l^Moors Stalk Shredder 1—New Holland Model No. 33 Hay & Stalk Chopper-like new 1—Gehl PTO Hammer Mill with both augers 1—John Deere PTQ Hammer Mill 1—No. 14A New Idea Manure Spreader 1—12A New Idea Manure Spreader . . 1—Wood Flare Box i—Steel Flare Box. LINDE IMPLEMENT CO.. . SWSA CITY. IOWA PJAL ND. BRown 2-46Q1 CY 4*3535 - Yswr Newspaper Wanted WANTED — "ROUTE MAN, 24 to 40, married. For local established route. $450 per month to start. Write Box 273, Garner, I6wa." ; : 43-46 ••••••••••••••••••I AND A FLOOD OF EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD TRADE-INS ON THE 1961 DODGE ARE COMING IN. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO TRADE FOR A NEyVER CAR AT A TERRIFIC SAVINGI 1959 Plymouth Belvedere, Hardtop, V-8, push button transmission, fully equipped! Yellow and white • TuTone finish. Stop in and try it on for size. SALESMAN WANTED — MEN 40 years or older who can sell to farmers. This is ah opportunity for men now selling seed corn, feed, or farm machinery to become a factory representative to sell a full line of grain conditioning equipment. Franchise available to those who qualify. Write today, stating agd, sales experience and phone number. Personal interview will be arranged. Harris-Dean, Inc., 1029 Commercial, Waterloo, Iowa - Phone ADams 3-6636. • ' 44 WANTED. — RESPECTABLE, single roomer and boarder $15 per week. Josephine Gouge, 3. miles north of Wesley. ^ ^ 44 WANT TO RENT — 2 OR ^3 bedroom house immediately. Walt Hagen. CY'4-3142. , 44* WANTED TO RENT—A FARM, any size. Will pay cash rent for good ground. Ample equipment and labor. Experienced operator. Write Box 69-B% Algona Upper Des Moines. 42 tfn. HELP WANTED" MALE—FEMALE Weekly profits ofv$65 and up at start possible for man or woman to supply famous, nationally TV advertised Watkins products to customers in city of Algona, full or part time. Esablished business, no invesment'. Start now. Write Watkins Products, Inc., D-92, Winona, Minn. 42-43-44* Tuesday, Nov. 1, i960 Algeria (la.) Upper Dot Molnes-7 Lost & Found LOST — PURSE CONTAINING money, licenses, etc., in Lotts Creek area.-Reward. Mrs Donald Radig, Lone Rock (Phone WA. 5-3857 44* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I would like to sincerely thank all my friends and relatives for cards, flowers and visits during my recent hospitalization; F. R. ' Gardner. • 44* 1958 Plymouth 6 with overdrive. For real economy and driving pleasure, PERCERIZED, and ready for many trouble free miles. 1959 Plymouth, 4 door, V-8 Tu- Tone Green. Excellent — It's like new. 1957 Plymouth 4 door, Automatic Trans. This is clean inside and out. Just like new. 1955 Chevrolet, 2 door Hardtop, Bel Aire, Brown and White. 1958 Plymouth 4 door Savoy, V-8, Radio, Auto-Trans. 1953 Dodge, 4 door, V-8, Gyro, Green. A.M.S. Student Is New District F.T.A. Officer Fourteen members of the Algona high school's Future Teacher Association, accompanied by their faculty sponsor, Kathryn Sorensen, attended the North Central 'District Convention . at Meservey Oct. -29. The keynote speaker was Thomas E. Burns, former superintendent of the Clear Lake Schools: . District officers were elected, Algona had one candidate, Sandra Cook, running ' for secretary. Patti Priebe gave the nomination speech endorsing Sandra and Miss Cook' was elected. SERVICES Get Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP 1953 Dodge 4 dogr, 6 Gyro, Red. 1953 Ford, 4 door, 9 passenger Station Wagon. 1957 Dodge Pickup, '/* ton. 196Q Pickup 6TT, '^ ten. I960 Pi«kyp 8TT, V? tpn. One Year Warranty On All Cars Listed. Bank Rate Financing STOP IN TODAY. YOU'LL Bl GLAD YOU DID! PERCIVAL'S "Long On Service" Dodge - Dart - Lancer Algonp, Ipwa FBIW?«fS iw — Upper Des Homes Pub. Co., KEYS MADE > at Coast-to-Coast Alaon« BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headqua'ters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS tor evening appointments t'hone CY 4-3690 CY 4-4 or CY 4-2019 Store — CY 4-3837 R. O. Bjustrom — CY 4r3890 Frank Moulton — CY 4^4609 J. P. Burns -~ CY 4-2019 Jackie Kelley — CY 4-3786 Established 1925 Easy Terms Buzz sessions were held dn tne afternoon with leaders and recorders, from 17 chapters. Jean Keith and Julie Vipond were AU gona's representatives. THIPLETS There was considerable excitement at the John Roo.se farm near AMson recently. A Holstcin cow defied the odds and gave birth to triplets. The three healthy calves, "two boys and girls,' weighed about thirty-five pounds each. UDM ClasMUeds Hay DiVmenni Sales Field Representative J FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone CY 4-2708 , FOR RENT Brick Business Building Corner Jones & State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration SEE: ,. '.' BJUSTROM FURNITURE Algona, Iowa Used Machinery Oliver No. 4 Mid. Picker'— $ 350 New Idea 6A Pull Rr. Elev. $ 525 M-H, Self Propelled Picket .. _> Good .- -.--$1250 New Idea 6A Pull Rr. Elev. $ 575 Moline 13' Tandem Wheel : n Disc, Good .....——$.«0 44' Little Giant Elevator — $ 135 44' Little Giant Elevator ._ $. 225 46' Farmer Friend Elevator • wide .„---,- $ 350 44' John Deere Elevator, 2 whls. Good..—-i.--- $ 450 New Idea Driv» On Hoist $;17S Case Stationary Silage Cut- e ler w/50' Pipe —- J l« Silage Chipper .._..---— » &« Lelz Burr Mill — PTO Drivei— 10' Auger -—— •» «" Crusher He'ad for Gehl Mill —- .-—-----Gehl No. 41 — fTO Drive Koyker Auger --------Montgomer Ward 14" Mill PTO Drive ———--:;.-» * Montgomery, Ward 14'/ Mill _ PTO Drive — Drop Feeder And Auger ..--.— $ 2 Caswell Manure Loaders $125 « FaVmmMter "2 Unit Milker DeL\^ fM^neVictids-& •14 Stall Cooks _----—---'* 65 4a 85 PLOWS 316 IHC on rbr $125 310 in^ o«' **,«« e •._•. 216 Oliver No. 109 on rbr. - $ 125 316 Moline on rbr., a^^r^MtdJ-pio-w-:: I 95 »a5f!.v, 8 7:^-..i»o 316 Oliver Heavy .. Duty Hydraulic -----— £ ?2? 216 IHC on rbr. - Good .-- | "| 216 Oliver Raydex on rbr. $ 165 314 Oliver No. 4240 Hydr. Trip 3ack Beams * 3 50 316 IHC Mtd. Plow — Plow Chief, Fast Hitch $ 2« 314 Oliver Heavy Duly Hyd. $ 285 MISCELLANEOUS Horn Slalk Cutler - - 5 ,05 Brady Slalk Cutter —- * }« Oliver Tractor Spreader - $ 125 Oliver No. 17 Tractor ^ A n S t P hon B y d SliirBargV-Box-:. $ 135 NEW IDEA REPAIR PARTS A GOOD STOCK AVAILABLE A SINGLE CATASTROPHE i '|V( Can Erase Years Of Hard Work. Don't Let the One-ln-A-Thousattd , Chance Rob You Of Your Home And Its Contents. See Jim Kolp, Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY. WE WILL TRADE FOR. Baled Hay, Baled Straw, Cattle, Hogs or What have You? JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algono, la. CY 4-2421 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII! THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PiOPli ARE BUYING FURNITURE and CARPETING PETERSEN "FURNITURE IN FINTON Qgality COME AND Sit FOR YOURSELF USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! Youngstown Wall & Base Cabinets, 7 feet, complete .with drop- , In sink. $350.00 Installed 54" WALL CABINET ENSEMBLE $34.95 Ranges Elec. G. E. 40" Like New $99.95 Copper Clad Apt. Gas Range $59.95 . I—Monarch Double Oven. Gas. Repossessed ___ $99.95 Enterprise Gas Range __ $35.00 Monarch Electric ______ $69.95 100 Gal. Fuel.Tank --L- $10.00 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice .$25.00 T-V SETS I Westinghouse 21" Console -< Repossessed . Was $339.95 __ Now $199.91 "£ I-Westinghouse 21" Console 3 —• Years Old $149.95 «Terrific Trade In Price Being Giv« ^j en On All New WestlnghouH — T.V.'s Being Bought Herel ^ Refrigerators ^ Hotpoint 2-Door Top Freezer — Comb, $249.95 ~ Coldspot 10 cu. ft. ____ $59.95 .,,, Coop 10 Cu. Ft. $59.95 — Philco 9 Cu. Ft. Apt. Size $124.95 """ Freezers ~ 1-Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. Upright •— Type Freezer $199.93 Washers & Dryers = Frigidaire Automatic, New Guar- _^. antee $124.95 — Norge Regular $159.95 Now $124.93 ~ Coronado Conventional Washer $25.00-Hamilton Automatic Washer, ~~ new Guarantee $99.95 __ DISWASHER ^ 0. E. Undercounter 24" wide, — Like New SPECIAL I H USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes 'A H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all wort OK. _ RECORD PLAYiRS 45 RPM Record Player __ $9.95 2— Zenith Console Record Players For Rent Warehouse Space, Loading Dock, Electricity, Good Location, Cheap. EASY IF PESJREJ? BEECHER LANE APPLIANCI Phone CY 4-3613 fcc^stacs^sffi^^^

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