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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper D«t Molnti Farm auction time is here again, and this newspaper will again run free listing of dates for those planning sales. Just stop in and tell us when you are planning your sale. Complete farm auction sale help in advertising is available at all times. Practically every farm home in the area reads this newspaper, and as those who have used our farm sale service in the past can tell you, our farm sale advertising gets the iob done. Dec. 3, Saturday — Henry L. and Falkerl Stcckcr Eslale sale, Titonka. Sale includes painting equipment, automobiles, and farm machinery and miscellaneous items. Sale details in Upper Des Moinos this issue. Quinn & DcVrics, auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Dec. 6, Tuesday — Joe Madden farm sale, located 4 north, % west from Fenton. Includes machinery new or near-new. Sale details on Fenton Reporter page of this paper, lociay. Lyle Benson and Lloyd Berkland, auclionccrs; First Trust & .Savings, Fcnlon, clerk. Dec. 7, Wednesday — Ben Wes- selinnn sale, 6 north, V* oust and \k north of Bancroft. Sale includes livestock including cattle, .sheep and hogs, and farm machinery. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, clerk, Bancroft. Sale details this issue. Dec. 8 Thursday —Dean Heim,del sale 11 north Swea City to East Chain school, and 3 east. i<!gS Machinery and miscellaneous. Sale details in UDM today. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank, Fairmont, clerk. Dec. 8. Thursday — Lawrence Hansen Estate sale, 3 east of Sexton on Hy. 18 and 1 '/a north. Complete line machinery, HH goods, car, feed, bldgs., etc. Full listing in Upper Des Moines this issue. Clot West and Dutch Leek, auctioneers; Exchange Slat' e Bunk, clerk. Dec. 10, Saturday — M. O. Richards on farm V> North, 2 East, V 2 North of Lone Rock or 3 West & 3 Norm of Burt or 3 South & 3 West of aBncroft. Vungcbcrg Si Quinn, auctioneers, Dec. 12, Monday — Virgil Blcckwcnn sale, 1 south, 2 east and Va south of Bancroft. Bensen & "Berkland, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Dec. 13 Tuesday — Woodrow Krachl Estate Sale,. 5 N., 1 W. & Mi S. of Lone Rock. Complete line of farm machinery, truck, car and miscellaneous. Clark & Eraser, auctioneers, Lone Rock, clerk. Jan. 4. Wednesday — Ted Wagner on farm 5 East 1 South & Vb East of Kollasch Station or IMs North & IVi West of LuVer-, no. Yungeberg £ Quinn, auctioneers. Lone Rock 4-H Club Has Award Night Nov. 21 Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Club held Recognition Night Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. at Fenton. The girls introduced their clubs and gave individual entertainment. Five clubs were introduced and fi a v r awards. Each member of the Lone Rock club received x gold seal for record books. Mary Lynch, Patricia Bin/.in, Lavonnc Thompson and JoAnn McCltush were recogsjine/J for their extra good record books. JoAnn Me- Cleish, Dawn Schultz and La- vonnc Thompson were given five year plaques. Lunch was served. THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS 1 Algona Upper Oos Moinet Classified Rates 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m • PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,400 Families Each Week 1 ICE Farewell Parly Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards of Lone Rock were honored at a Farewell party in their home Tuesday evening. There were 32 persons attending. The Richards will be moving ,to Brill soon. They arc retiring from the farm. Family Dinner The family of Mrs Martha Rath gathered for Thanksgiving dinner in the Lone Rock Legion hall. The families present were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath, Mr and Mrs Albert Shascr, Mrs Hattie Shascr, Mr and lyirs Ray Utof, Mrs Emma' Hurlburt and girls, Mr and Mrs Jr. Hurlburt and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroe-, der and family, Mr and Mrs Mcr- wyn Hurlburt and family, Mi- Bill Rath, MB anci Mrs Sylvester Brace of LuVcrnej Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath of Algona, ;Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath, Mr atnd Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and" family, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegeher and family, Mr and Mrs Ralph.Gil- berlson and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Merwin Watson and Dale Hansen of Harrisburg, N. D, Larry Householder of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Ellwyn Householder, Michael, Debra and Susan of Algona, Mr. and "Mrs Garry] Householder and Vicki !; Jo and Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny and Beverly: Warner of Algona were Thanksgiving guests in the Glenn Householder home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Becky and • Linda Larson were Thanksgiving guests in the Effie Teeter home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Harvey L'ar.son at- th'd "wedding of Jildy 'Buf- finfilon to Jack Strorhsky of Omaha Friday afternoon in Titonka. ' Mr and Mrs W. L. Champion spent Thanksgiving at the Ward Champions in St. .>nsgar. Mr and Mrs William Champion accompanied Mr and Mrs Jess Harms of Burl lo Elgin, 111. Whore they . visited with the William Champions, Jr. and family. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne and Neva Thompson, Mrs Richard Long and Bernard of Bancroft were , Thanksgiving guests in the: Willard Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Carl Rath at Armstrong Sunday. For Sale Wny n head of most of the other kids when it. cumc to icicles, four-year-old Bill Ottoman of Sac City got an early start at the icy treats. Ice on the bushes at his home came as a result of the lawn sprinkler being left, on the night before, when the temperature dropped to about 18 degrees. FOR SALE — A .FEW HIGH gra,de Hoistein cows,,, herd average 493 Ibs. of fat. Alfred H. Meyer, Whittemore, Phone 3105. '48 FOR SALE — ' MEAT-TYPE hogs, Minnesota No. ; 2 and Hampshire and Yorkshire boars. Frilz Freyhollz, phone 116 or 409, Fenton. 38-49* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars sired by the Grand Champion ,of the Clay -Counly Fair., Growthy, rugged, meaty individuals. Also some bred fall gilts sired the same way. Bert .Gecrdes & Son, 3% S. IVz E. Lakota, Iowa. 40lt For Rent FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR 2 room units suitable lor 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, WAREHOUSE' space. Loading Dock, "Electricity. Good Location and Reasonable. Beecher Lane CY 4-3613. tfn FOR RENT — FURNISHED & heated apartment, close-in, private entrance, private bath. See Bjustrom Furniture. 45tfn FOR RENT — HOUSE IN AL- gona. Mrs II. G. Hamilton, Bancroft. Ph. 5861. 48 FOR RENT—MODERN 2 ROOM apartment, furnished, close-in. Phone CY 4-4572. 48* established, immediate earnings. Write Walking Producls, Inc., D- 93, Winona Minn. 45-46-48* Miscellaneous UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS — The identity of the two men driving a pickup west on Highway No 8 between Vinlon and Tratrr, Iowa, on Saturday night, November 12th about 6:00 p.m. and who took the operator of a cornpicker shelter to his home. It will be greatly appreciated if you will contact the undersigned by mail or phone collect. Signed, E. R. Aschcnbrenner, Hudson, la. 48-49 Card of Thanks HEAVYWEIGHT , TARPS Al LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. If WE HAVEN'T GOT IT Oh CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NO! MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND^. 46U — MEAT-TYA boars, serviceable selection to choose FOR SALE Hampshire age. Large from. Joseph' A. Skow, Wesley la. 44-1' FOR SALE—1954 FORD, GOOD condition. Dale Braynard, Lu- Verne, la: Phone TU 2-3395. " 47-48* Wanted FREE! Slocber Hardware in Fenton will give free installalion and delivery on Speed Queen Clolhcs Dryers sold before Xmas. Save now on Ihis safe, efficieril dryer. 47-48. WANTED "Will Irain 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 FOR SALE — 2 SMALL GUER- nsejr herfer calves; 2-5 mon. old'AyrsJiire heifers. Walter Barr, Algona. CY 4-2070. 48* FOR RENT Brick Business Building Corner Jones & State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration SEE: BJUSTROM FURNITURE Algona, Iowa TFN Hear Damage Case A district court .jury is hearing testimony in a damage case at the courthouse here this week. E. W. Abbot is plaintiff and .E. E. Kocnig, 'defendant; in the matter. Abbot seeks payment for damage to merchandise by water which allegedly came from Hie Koenig store above his former place of business. The case entered its third day this morning (Tuesday). FOR SALE — DURO.C BOARS. Willis Ethcrington, phone CY 4-4052, Algona,.la. 47-48* FOR SALE -^ .Pun&'red mcat- typq" "Black t^liin'cFuhina boars' and bred grits; 'also one yearling boar. Jbhn Bodies, LuVernc, la. 47-52* Farm Equipment WANTED TO RENT—A FARM, any size. WUi pay cash, rent for good ground. Ample equipment and labor. Experienced operator. Write Box G9-B% Algona Upper DCS Moines. 42 tfn ~~HELP WANTED MALE & FEMALE Man or woman — Steady income averaging $65 weekly and up possible. Call on customers for 1'ampUs, nationally TV advertised V£aMns/, ; products ^in'i oily of . Al- •fjonaV No "Thveslmeifit,. busirfess CARD OF THANKS We wish lo lhank all 'our re- lalives, friends and neighbors for the cards, flowers and spiritual bouquels during our rccenl bereavement. The Family of Elizabeth Koppen. 48* CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere: thanks for the many fine expressions of sympathy from our friends and neighbors after tin loss of our husband and father: also for the beautiful I'lowcis. cards and memorials. Mrs L. E Colwell, Mr and Mrs ilarold Colwell & Family, Mr and Mrs Charles Colwell & Family, Mi and Mrs B. O. Davis & Family, Mr and Mrs Lee Vnnder Waal & Family and Mrs Eugene Colwell & Family. 4!i* i Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 when Used Machinery PRE-INVENTORY SALE NOW GOING FULL BLAST. ' Buy Now -r- Get Your Share Of Super Bargains SALE ENDS DEC. 1st. •. t. WE WILL TRADE FOR Baled Hay, Baled Straw, Cattle, Hogs or What Have You? JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, la. CY 4-2421 Algona KC Team Gets 2 Firsts In Tournament The Algona KC bowling loam walked off wilh a pair of first place finishes in the Marqueltc Council KC Handicap Tournament at Iowa City Nov. 13-20. Fr. Francis Conway and Zcke Winkcl placed first in Ihe doubles event with a 1373 tolal and Winkel made it almost a perfect Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines--? al the GraettinpT Trail flidori Club. Emmet, omuly Sheriff Bnrney Reynolds, who investigated the theft, found ihf turkeys , at the Kinu.ilcil locker where the boys allegedly placed them. performance when he took all events crown wilh a 1906 count. In till' Mlldf.-' rvcnt, Di.'!in!.Lickteig fini.-.hi .-I 1'ouiin at 047. Fr. Coiiv.-iiv M-V. iitii a I. (I.T7 and Gordon Winkel sj.ot. eleventh with a 034 count. Lickle'u; finished fourth in all events at 187-1. Youths In Trouble Ringsied -- Five Ringsto youths have been, lurnid over to Palo Alto county Sheriff Dick Miller and chaitred with stealinc- j Everything I Own. Desperately eight turkeys at a feather parly j Need Money To Pay Medical Bills. I Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For Complete Accident And Heaith Insurance Before I FOR SALE Custom Drapery Headquarters E/ A Decorating Consultant Be Sure — Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture Algona Slipped On The fee ~TMni J HOUSEHOLD SALE SERVICES Get Yout Smoking Suppljw •I the NEW SMOKE SHOP KEYS MAD •i 1 " - '" CoasMo-Coast Alaone BJU$TROM'S FURNITURE Headquarter! For CQMPjlT* H9MP for evenin , — Phone CY 4-3690 CY 4-4608 or CY 4-2019 Store — CY 4-3837 B. O. Bjustrom — CY 4-369Q Frank Moultort — CY 4-4flO» J. P. Burns — CY 4-2019 USED FARM MACHINERY LATE SEASON SPECIALS 1958 MM 5 Star _____ _ $3100. 1958 445 IP Gas _____ $1775. 1954 MM UB w/P.S. -- $1950. 1943 A with Starter & Hydr --------- __.$ 650 1944 A John Deere w/hyd. _ ______ ,_ $ 550 MISCELLANEOUS John Deere P.T.O. Hammer Mill. New Idea Spreader. 4 MMF P.T.O. Shellers late models. USED FARM MACHINERY CORNSTALK SHREDEHS FOR RENT $1.25 per acre or 50 acres at an> one time rented 1—New Idea stalk cutter __ $255 New Olson roto rakes special ": $ 55 1—Gehl hammcimill, P.T.O. & Auger $325 1—Case Farm Rubber Tired Wagon w/dump master hoisl and 6x10 ft. Anthony Steel Barge Box $275 1—% H.P. electric moiurj 110220 volt, good w/bracket for slanhoist $51 1—New 1100 Bu...Walsh corn crib w/steep roof $295 1—J. D. 194(5 "B" tractor, good condition $47b 1—Case tractor plow w/3-14 throw-away share $24. 1 1—JD 42 ft. portable elevator w/PTO drive* 2 wheel trucks ij , ,__ $411 1—1937 JD : tractor "B" — $12& 1—J. D. 50 ft. portable elevator w/PTO drive, 2 wheel. I—J.D. 3-14 tractor plow w/high speed bottoms — $350 1—Used 3 H.P. Elect Motor, A-l condition, near new $150 NEW! SPECIAL PRICES! 1—J. D. "45" Combine 1—JD "30" Combine WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, la. John Deere Parts—Service—Sales ' ' .. 48 CAREER POSITION Want a man with selling experience, who is disturbed by present conditions or underpaid in present field. Complete training at our expense if you can qualify. Call CY 4-3755 for personal interview between 9 and 11 a.m. 48-49 Mrs Lampright will sell the following household goods at the late Mrs Olive Thompson home in Burt, Iowa, Saturday, December 3rd starting at 10 A.M. and continuing all day: 30 in. Westinghouse electric stove with largo oven, like new, Westinghouse refrigerator, Westinghouse deep freeze, Dexter Washing machine, wringer type, 2 wash tubs, Kcover upright cleaner, Kitchen table and chairs, upright piano, book cases, record cabinet, drop leaf gate leg table, bedroom suite, 2 double beds complete double bed spring and inner spring mattress, wardrobe, Vanity, 2 chests of drawers, dividing screen, coffee table, upholstered chairs, tables, lamps, pictures, electric fans, table model radios, bedding, linens, sewing machine, pillows, dishes, silverware, fruit jars, cot, step ladder, extension ladder, lawn chairs, garden tools, books, clothes rack, hall tree, 2 davenports, rockers, and Miscellaneous items. USED As Ihe farm has been sold, I am discontinuing farming and will sell al public auction Ihe following on farm located 3 miles easl of East Chain. Consolidated School; or 8 miles south of Guckeen, Minnesota, and l!/2 miles west; or 7 miles west of Elmore, Mirmesota, lo Pilol Grove Store, then 1 mile north and 1'/i miles west; or 11 miles north of Swea Cily, Iowa, lo East Chain Consolidated School, Ihen 3 miles easl ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 Sale starts al 1 o'clock Ladies Aid Will Serve Lunch AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEKl Youngstown Wall & Base Cabinets, 7 feet, complete with drop* in sink. $350.00 Installed 54" WALL CABINET ENSEMBLE 14.95 Ranqes E!ec. Hotpoint 40" Like New $99.95' Copper Clad Apt. Gas Range $59.95 Enterpr're Gas Range __ $35.00 Monarch Electric $69.95 100 Gal. Fuel Tank $10.00 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 T-V SETS When Ready To Sell Your CHOICE STEERS AND FAT HEIFERS Call or Write The SPENCER PACKING CO. Real Estate LJsed Kfjipce heaters Stock Cutters for Rent. Portable Htattrs. Knipto * Rtd Hi". S«o Our Advertisement BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 101 3 No. Main FOR SALE'— SIV^ALL COM- pact home, 1 bedroom down, 1 bedroom and balf} upstairs, Ros- sfssion soon, $50*00', also clean family home cluae-in now gas furnace, good basement, priced below appraised ngure. See Joel M. llerbst or Ted S. Herbst. (over Pi-nnuys). \ '" >"'" "48 EVENING CALL DUANE JOHNSON, home phone 1371, Spencer, (If you're north of U.S. Hy. 18), or JIM KELEMER, phone 4346, Gilmore City, (If you are south of U.S. 18). (48 EOW tf) FOR SALE — '4 BEPRQOM home, good" location,"^JIOOO. Phone CY 4-2170>.'/ " W np FQU SALE ' —' 3 ' BE_PRODM ranch h,pme, fosses^ibn Dec. ID:'M:H. Fain. 3J9'ETElnl, Algona. . .. • 47-4^ SALES BOOKS, register tick- 5"register carbons,-^adder ' csPub.Co, ; , *ft?&^&^<3fr^3&^t^^ i j i Decorte the outside of your home this Xmas MACHINERY — 1954 Allis Chalmers WD 45 Iraclor wilh 4-row cumvaior. International fi Iraclor wilh 2-row cullivalor; -Allis Chalmers No. 66 Combine wilh pickup, full 6-fl. platform, p.l.o., in excellent condition; John Deere No. 4bO cornplanler, large tanks for dry fertilizer, 180: rd. of wire;.John Deere 15-fl. disc and 4-section drag; Allis Chalmers 3-botlom 14-inch mounted plow wilh throw away lays; International 10-11. power binder; Inlernalional endgate seeder; Massey Harris 4-bar side delivery rake; Minnesota 3-bar side delivery rake; 1954 International 2 PR Cornpicker wilh rear eievaior, very good condition; Sprayer, Iraclor mounted wilh filler; 40-fl. steel eievaior, 2 wheels; Drive-ori-hoisl, speed jack and bell; 100-bu. steel electric box on wagon with 15-in. rims; Inlernalional manure spreader; Winters 3-bonom slubble turner; Inlerhaiional cornshsller; John Deere 10-ft. disc, horse drawn; and Slip scraper. MISCELLANEOUS — Heat houser for Allis Chalmers; Wheel weights for Allis Chalmers; Traclor lire chains for "H' ; 280 gallon gas carrel; grease gun; water tank; egg washer; new welded wide for chicken pit, 75-ft.; Woods, bottled gas brooder slove wilh regulator; Chicken feeder, waters and nests; Oil room healer; Eleclric fencer; Electric motor; Pride of farm round fesder; Pride of farm ho;} walerer; Feed bunk and hog Iroughs; Posl drives and auger; Wire Stretcher; Wheel barrow and sle.p ladder; Blow lorch; Cream separator; Waler pump; Casl iron keltle; Gas engine; Tools, forks, shovels and other items loo numerous lo mention. FEED — 300 bales of alfalfa hay in barn; 2 bushel seed corn. SHEEP — 24 Suffolk ewes, open'(black face). HOGS — 78 feeder pigs, about 100 pounds. (••M*- '•*•• -»rt^»i " "-«•>.--..,,- - **"T«~r. --?*•> I '#*!*??>• "•»W>ft- i '.WW- *??8lij!i Usual Auction Terms — No Properly Removed Until Settled For — Not Responsible For Accidents. , DEAN HEIMDAL, Owner WEDEL & CLARK, Auctioneers. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FAIRMONT, Clerk. 17" Console x $69.95 17" Table Model 21" Crosley Table Model $79.95 Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On All New WestinghouU T.V.'s Being Bought Herel Refrigerators Hctpoint 2-Door Top Freezer Or.mb. $249.95 Coldspot 10 cu. ft. $59.95 Coop 10. Cu.. ft. $59.95 I.H.C. 11-Cu. Ft. - $149.95 Freezers 1— Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. Upright Type Freezer $199.93 Washers & Dryers Norge Regular $159.95 Now $124.9S Easy Conventional Washer $25.00 Hamilton Automatic Washer, new Guarantee -. $99.95 DISWASHER G. E. Undercounter 24" wide, Like NeW ___-!_ SPECIAL I For lawns and rooftops, wt have masonite boards with •• • • ' • i '* beautiful designs of reindeer, Santa Claus, choir boys and 9 i"' •' • • «gy( other suitable holiday themes. Give your home Christmas ; * .'I *+f •' | 1 ; < Jit, *• - »»** '^ I'** «M»* '; cheer — get your lawn decorations from BRONSON'S BUILDING SERVICE. BRONSON Building Service flf!? CY 4-4369 ona JOHN MORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT $TEERS GERALD FRANKL CATTIE BUYER CALL ALGONA, CYpress 4-4314 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 rell! USED ELECTRIC MOTORS <Ve have them, all sizes 14 H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all worl OK. RECORD PLAYERS 2—Zenith Console Record Players For Rent Warehouse Space. Loading Dock, Electricity, Good Location, Cheap. EASY TERMS IF PESJRE0 APPLIANCE .Jfeat

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