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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1960
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Correct Schedule Gnrrifinn high school's basketball schedule, which appeared in the Nov. H• issue of the HUM, had the home ;md away designation reversed or\ four games. Here are the eon-eel ions:, Nov. 2(i, Mason City St. Joseph's,'here; Dee. l(i, Mason City Holy Family, here; Jan. 14, Mason City, St, Joseph's, there; ami Feb. 4, Mason City Holy Family, there. Season Ticket Sale A sale of season tickets for Algona high school's winter sports season, which includes a 14- event slate of basketball games and wrestling meets, is now underway, according to Basketball Coach Howie Stephcnson. Included are nine home basketball games and five duel wrestling meets. First home events in the sports arc Nov. 22, basketball, Algona vs. Iowa Falls, and wrestling, Dec. 10, Blue Earth. Honor Swea Team The annual Football Banquet will be held Wednesday evening at the Swea City school. This dinner is sponsored by the Athletic Boosters and tickets may be purchased from the school and at several business places. Lylc Quinn, head of the Iowa High School Athletic Association will be guest, speaker at this banquet honoring the undefeated team. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossulh County No. 7814 September Term, I960 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Effie Curtis, De- Ceased, dated November 12, 1956, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 28th day of November, 1960, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they Have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 9, 1900. Alma Pearson. .. Clerk of the District Spurt. ., Elizabeth Galbraith, Deputy ' ' ' ' ' * ' '* «.;..* i ' ' * v^l\l THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS I Alcfona app«r Oot Maine* CloiiifiAd Rate* oc Per Word, Cash -In Advance 7c Per Word, Charged oOc Minimum Copy tteadnne Monday, 4 p.m. » PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,400 famines Lach Week I For Sale FOR SALE — MEAT-TYP& hogs, Minnesota Wo. 2 and Hampshire and YoTksmre treats, f'ntz i'reyholiz, pnonu 110 or 4U9, Fenton. 38-4,0* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars sired by the Grand Champion of the Clay County Fair. Orowtliy, rugged, meaty individuals. Also some bred'- fall gilts sired ; the same way. Bert Gourdes & Son, 3'/2 S. 1% E. Lakota, Iowa. 4UU FOR SALE — DEKALB 101 pullets ready to lay, vac. and wormed, reasonably priced. Ph. CY 4-2824, Cloverlcal Hatchery. , 39 tfh. HEAVYWEIGHT TAHP& AT LIGHTWEIGHT PH1CES. If WE HAVEN'T GUT IT Oft CAN'T GET IT. IT It) NO I MANUFACTURED. DIAMONDS. 4611 FOR SALE — PUREBRED Uuroc Boars. W. .J. Stewart, 5 E. & 1 North, phone 4,on 90, Burt. 39tf FOR SALE — TWO FRESH Holstein Heifers with calves at side. Four Heiters ready to freshen. All calfhood Bang's vaccinated. One Guernsey Cow coining with second calf.' Charles Quinn, phone 5061, Bancroft. 45-46 FOR SALE <— 2 PUREBRED Holstein heifers, due' to 1 .freshen in a week or 10' days. Herman Soderberg,. Bancroft, la. Phone 4593. 45-40. FOR SALE OR RENT — SEV- ral Holstein Bulls with good production r&ords. Charles Quinn, phone 5001, Bancroft. 45-40 FOR SALE — ..MEAT-TYPE Hampshire boars, serviceable- age. Large selection to choose from. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, la. 44-1* FOR SALE —1955 FORD 6 CYL. l k tqUjpickup, $595. Bob Sigs- bec^ 606. S. Thpr;ngton',. 7 Algona., .' ' •'••'. '.. . . : • \ FOR SALE — CHIHUAHUA, AKC-rog. also 2 puppies. Dtivi: Gouge,'3lb E. Cull, Algona, 45* FOR SALE — lleglslercd Shori- horn bull, serviceable age, also a few heifers. Andrew Risius, phone 21831, Buffalo Center. 4G Farm Equipment USED FARM MACHINERY CORNSTALK SHHEDERS £OR REINT $1.25 per acre or 50 aciftS-at any one time rented 1—New Idea 2 row pull type corn picKer, rear elevator. 1—J,D. drive on wagon hoist. 1—Case Fafm Rubber Tired Wagon w/dump master hoist and 6x10 ft. Anthony Steel Barge Box _.]_•_ $275 I—% H.P. electric motor, 110220 volt, good w/bracket for sUmhoist $50 1—New 1100 Bu. Walsh corn crib w/sleep roof $295 1—J. D. 1940 "B" tractor, good condition $475 1—Brady stalk cutler J.—Case ti-actor plow w/3-14 throw-away share $245 1—JD 42 ft. portable elevator w/PTO' drive, 2 wheel trucks $410 I—1937 JD tractor "B" __ $125 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 I—Used 3 H.P. Elect Motor, A-l • • condition, neaj- new $150 .NEW! SPECIAL PRICES! 1—J. D. "45" Combine 1—JD "30" Combine Super Snoots for J. D. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, la. . 40 M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst (over Penney's) 47 FOR SALE — 4 BEDROOM home, good location, $14,000. Phone CY 4-2170. 4(i -tfn ACREAGE FOR. SALE—6 acres, With full set of buildings. Nice location 1 mile south and 1 mile of Seneca Store. Ole 1'eder- :;en, Fenlun, Iowa. Telephone No. 30-12 45-40* For Rent FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR . 2 room units suitable tor light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan Motor Court, If 11 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 — New Idea stalk cutter. Bob Buschcr, l h. mile west of radio station. 45-46* I Real Estate 40 THANK YOU I wish to thank everyone who supported me in my recent campaign. . . Now the fanfare of the election has died down, we, a free people in a free election abiding by majority rule, have chosen our leaders for the important time ahead. It is our duty now to work with them, to help them carry out their promises to us. Let us be up and at it. E'spirit de Corps. MRS. C. C. INMAN FARM FOR SALE — 2'/i MILES east of Fenton, section 22, 80 acres, dairy farm. Complete set of good buildings, barn has 42 stalls, room for 1,000. chickens, •room- for -3,500 bushttlr corn^mo- •dern- house, 'running watcrr all under plow. One-third down, balance 5'/?•;. possession Mar. 1, 1961. Fritz Freyholfcz, phone 116, Fenton. 44-47* FOR SALE—NEW 3-BEDROOM home, 1204 East Call. Contact Bud Robinson, CY 4-3374 or CY 4-2325. 12tfn FOR SALE — COMFORTABLE home, close-in, 416 E. Call, 1 bedroom and half bath downstairs, 2 bedrooms and bath up, good basement, gas furnace, price at appraisal $9,800. See Joel FOR RENT — WAREHOUSE space. Loading Dock, Electricity. Good Location and Reasonable. Beeelier Lane CY 4-3613. tfn FOR RENT — FURNISHED & heated apartment. close-in, private entrance, private bath. See Bjustrom Furniture. 45tfn FOR RENT — CLEAN, WARM Caughey upstairs apartment, unfurnished, except stove, one block from Poslofficc — sec Joel M. Herbst (over Penney's) 46 grma. No investment, business C'sl.'iblishrd, immediate earnings. Write Watkins Products, Inc., D- 93, Winona Minn. 45-46-48* Lost & Found LOST — BROWN LEATHER wallet, containing valuable papers and $40 cash. If found, return to sheriff's office, Algona. Reward. 46* Card of Thanks extended comforting sympathy , and help in our recent sorrow For the beautiful service, floral oflerings and other kindnesses. we are deeply grateful. The family of Margaret Illg. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our friends and fives for Ihi- gifts, cards visits we received on our wedding anniversary. Mr Mrs Morris Parsons. Tuesday, Nov. 15,' 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Oc* Molnei— 7 READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS CARD OF THANKS A 'sincere thank you to everyone for the masses, food and cards received during the recent death of our beloved wife and mother. It was all deeply appreciated. John Kirsch and family 46 CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who Wanted WANTED TO BUY — THIRD cutting alfalfa hay. Robert F. Kain, phone CY 4-3078. 46* WANTED ''Will train neat appearing married man for high paid job. $109 week while training. Must be bondable. No investment. Home nights. Write Personnel Manager, Box 273, Garner, Iowa." 46-49 WANTED — "ROUTE MAN, 24 to 40, married. For local established route. $450 per month to '.sYflrt. "Write" Box 273, • Garner. Iowa." 43-46 WANTED TO RENT—A FARM, any size. Will pay cash rent for good ground. Ample equipment and labor. Experienced operator. Write Box G9-B% Algona Upper DCS Moincs. 42 tfn HELP WANTED MALE & FEMALE Man or woman — Steady income averaging $65 weekly and up possible. Call on customers for famous" nationally TV advertised Watkins products in city of Al- FOR SALE 406 Head MONTANA LINCOLN Ewes FROM PITCHFORK RANCH, MONTANA BRED TO SHROPSHIRE BUCK STRAIGHT ACROSS $15 YOUR SORT ERNIE NAUMAN ARE YOU A RETIRED FARMER OR DO YOU PLAN TO RETIRE THIS YEAR? Would you like to earn up to $1,200 or more per year? Agricultural work in your own locality. Work at 'will, easy, no investment — work in with social security. Several positions open in Kossuth County. Contact ELMER ANDERSON, GALT, IOWA or phone Daws, Iowa—4409 CARD OF THANKS I would like to lake this way in saying thank you to everyone who remembered me with cards, gifts and visits, during my stay in the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. II will long be remembered. Mrs Herman G. Sanders 4U IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 FOR SALE Lovely Home With Only 3 Walls. I Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Before My Curtains Caught Fire And Burned The South Side Of Our Home. ••MIKKMCBMEHBKEBIIl DAIRY DISPERSION SALE Of Rigi^lcrcd Milking Shorthorn Cattle (I)'ie tu ill hf.jit'n) WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 16, AT THE EMMETSBURG SALF. BARN. (Regular Sale) 11 COWS MILKING NOW - 10 SMALL CALVES 4 TO FRESHEN SOON - 1 BULL BANG'S TESTED )ONALD ROOT, Owner Cylinder, Iowa 46* 46-47* Used Machinery SEE OUR FULL PAGE AD THIS ISSUE FOR A LIST- OF OUR SltPErt BARGAINS ! WE"WILL TRADE FOR Baled Hay, Baled Straw, Cattle, Hogs or What Have You? JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, la. CY 4-2421 PHONE 11 or 98 BURT, IOWA USED FARM MACHINERY LATE SEASON SPECIALS 1958 MM 5 Star $3100. 1958 445 LP Gas $1775. 1954 MM UB w/P.S. __ $1950. 1944 A John Deere w/hyd. $ 650. MISCELLANEOUS John Deere P.T.O. Hammer Mill. New Idea Spreader. 3-MME P.T.O. Shelters late models. Used Knipco heaters Stock Cutters For Rent. Portable Heaters. Knipco & Red Hen. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-3451 AND A FLOOD OF EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD TRADE-INS ON THE 1961 DODGE ARE COMING IN. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO TRADE FOR A NEWER CAR AT A TERRIFIC SAVING! 1959 Plymouth 4 dr., V-8 Custom 6 Pass. Wagon, Green, White Top, Radio, Auto- Trans., White Wall Tires, Tinted Glass. PUBLIC AUCTION A.S I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the following personal properiy al auction on farm located 1'a miles east of East Chain Consolidated School; or 2',2 miles west and 1 nvle norlh of Pilot Grove Slorc; or 1'/z miles norlh and 8'i milos wast of Elmore, Minnesota, on Thursday, Nov. 17 Sale Starts At One O'clock In The Afternoon Lutheran Church Ladies Aid Of Pilot Grove Will Serve Lunch 26 Black. Black & V.-'/'it" Facr CaHle — 4 cows to freshen by December 20; 1 cow to freshen by January 25; 1 cow to freshen by December 1; 1 cow rn'.Iking for past two months; 2 cows with calves at side; 8 steers from 4 months to yearlings; 7 heifers from 4 months *o yearlings; All cattle ere TB and Bangs tested. MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 1958 John Daera No. 67.0 Tractor, power steering and like new; 1942 Joh'i Do?rs "B" Tractor, a real gcod machine; John Deere 4 row cultivator; John Dsere 4 row corn planter, with new style fertilizer; John Daera 12A Combine; John Dsere 3-14 plow with new style tJoms; John D&pre rotary hos, ,1 yr. old; John Deere 5 section drag; John Deere 18 foot disc; J. D. 10 ft. field cultivator; John Deere endgate seeder; Oliver 2 row cornpicker with rear elevator; Crop ing iO ft. p)-^vcior vnlh fj tJ. secl.ion; McCormick 7 ft. mower; New (dea 3 bar sid^ delivery; Humboldt stalk cutter; McCormick rubber tired wagon with hoist and flare box; Rubber tired wagon with hoist and flare box; John Deere 9 ft. windrower; Twin-Draulic sprayer, 1 years old. tractor type; Minneapolis Moline spreader; Midwest manure loader with a snow scoop; Winters Stubble Cleaner; Hammer Mill, P'i'0, like new. 1200 Bales of Hay — 400 Bales of Straw; 1950 3 /4 Ton Chevrolet Truck, Good Rubber — Chickens — 200 Kimberly Pullets. 2 unit Surge milker; DeLaval cream separator; Refrigerator for reeling cream; 10 gsl. hot water heater; milk cans; heat houser; tractor chains; feed bunk; wheel weights; sickle sharpener; Olson hay fork; a 300 gal. gas tank; cement mixer; hog feeders & troughs; lawn mower; too!s; forks; and other items. Usual Auction Terms — No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. KENNETH STEUER Wedel and Clark, Auctioneers First National Bank, Elmore, Minnesota, Clerk 1959 Plymouth Belvedere, hardtop, V-8, push button transmission, fully equipped. Yellow and white TuTone finish. Stop in and try it on for size. 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. 1958 Plymouth 4 door Savoy, V-8, Radio, Auto-Trans. 1953 Dodge, 4 door, V-8, Gyro, Green. 1957 Dodge Pickup, '2 ton. One Year Warranty On All Cars Listed. Bank Rate Financing STOP IN TODAY. YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID! PERCIVAL'S "Long On Service" Dodge — Dart — Lancer Algona, Iowa Complete Closing - Out I will soil the following 45 Heed of Holstein Cattle at my farm located 4 milfis souih ani one mile east of Ffinion, or 5 miles norlh of Highway 18 at the Whittemore junction then one mile east on Monday, Nov. 21 SALE TO START AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 45 Head Of Holstein Cattle One Holstein Cow to freshen before sale with second calf. — One Holstein Ccw to freshen before sale with fourth calf. — One Hoistein Ccw to frerhen before sole with third calf. - One Holstein Cow to freshen in February with second calf. - One Holstein Cow lo freshen last cf hJovember with third calf. - One Holstein Cow to freshen middle of November with third calf. — One Holstein Cow io freshen in February with fifth calf. — One Holstein Heifer with calf at side. — One Holstein Cow to freshen by sale day with second calf. -- Two Holstein Cows to freshen last of November with second calves. — One Holstein Cow to freshen in December with third calf. — One Holsfein Cow to freshen in December with third calf. — Five Holstein 2-Year-Old Heifers to freshen before sale. — Twelve Holstein 2-Year-Old Heifers to freshen in December. — Nine Holstein Heifers to freshen late in winter. — Four Holstein Yearling Heifers, Open. — Two Holstein Heifers, 18 months old, open. All cattle are bred to purebred Polled Holstein Bull. Females are calfhood Bang's vaccinated and T.B. and Bang's Tested. Auctioneer's Note: These Cows and Heifers are good outstanding cattle, large and typay. TERMS: Usual Auction Terms, no property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accident. Horoicl Gross, Owner Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers Lone Ro«k Bank, Clerk When You Think of Jewelry Think of SHARP'S »'••»$$ • t

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