The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 7
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Tuesday, Dec. 6, I960 Alflono (Id.) Upper DM THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS I Algona Upper Dos Mbinet Clainfied Raiei 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 I For Salo FOR SALE — MEAT-TYPJi, hogs, Minnesota No. 2 and Hampshire and Yorkshire boars, i'ritz Freyhollz, phone lib or 409, Fcnton. 38-49* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland Cnma boars, sired by the Grand Cnampion ol the Clay County Fair. Growthy, rugged, meaty individuals. Also some bred tall gilts sired the same way. Bert Geerdes & Son 3'/fc S. l'/2 t. Lakota, Iowa. 40U •X3R SALE — VAN - DALE silage unloadcr will work on 14 or 16 ft. silo. A-l condition, i'hone Wesley 3148. Herman J. Sluder, Wesley, la. 49-50" FOR SALE — 17 SHORTHORN calves. Marvin Kueck, Lone Rock. 49* FOR SALE — NEW BROWNIE dress and beanie, size 8, just like new. Phone CY 4-2135 after 4:30. 49* FOR SALE — SEVEN CHOICE Polled Hereford Club calves. B. L. O'Donncll, Lone Rock. Phone WA 5-3963. 49 FOR SALE — TRIED DUROC boar, meat-type. Holland Baxter,' Lone Rock, 2Vfe north Lotts Creek. 49 FQR SALE — WOOD HEATER — 500 Ib. platform scale oil healer. Leo McEnroe. CY 4-2086 49" HEAVYWEIGHT TAMPS Al LIGHTWEIGHT PM1CLS. It Wfc MAV&N-i GUI II On CAN'T Gti IT, II lt> »»mW UF HU i UHbL>. UlAMOMU a. 4bU FOR SALE — MEAT-TYPE Hampshire boars, serviceable age. Large selection to choose from. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, la. 44-1* FOR SALE — JOHNSON NEW gas tank healers. 1—Used 7 ft. Frigidaire refrigerator, good condition, $35. 1—Used 6 ft. Hotpomt refngera tor, good condition, $35. McFall Plumbing & Heating Fenion, la. 4 Real Estate FOR SALE — COMFORTABLE home, close-in, good basement, gus heat, possession Feb. 1, is Good Buy — Sec Joel M. Hcrbsi >r Ted S. Herbst. 49 FARMS FOR SALE 200 A. or 240 A. of Section 32, Cresco twp. with buildings — Will sell on contract — 5% interest — 15 years. 120 A. near Fenlon - good bldga. — A good producing farm possession 3-1-1961 - $15000 down - 57o contract on balance $350. 154'-'2 A. near St. Benedict This is a good farm with good bldgs possession 3-1-1961 - $375. 200 A. near Bode on paved highway - a good producing farm fair to good bldgs. - possession 3-1-1961 - $315. Paul M. Seeley Algona. la. CY 4-317 49 FOR SALE — Purebred meat- type black Poland China boars 'and bred gilts; also one yearling boar. John Bockes, LuVerne, la. 47-52* Farm Appraisals — Farm Sole* NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CD, Phone CY 4-2706 Custom Drapery Headquarters By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure — Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture Algona OR SALE — 3 LEAF SOLID Oak Table also Deluxe West- nghouse Refrigerator. Call CY -2753. 49 FOR SALE—NEW 3-BEDROOM home, 1204 East Call. Contac Bud Robinson, CY 4-3374 or CY 4-2325. 12tfn Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives ind friends for the many prayers, card and visits while I was lospitalizcd. These kindnesses will always be remembered. Fred Kollasch 49* CARD OF THANKS A sincere thanks to all my friends and relatives for flowers cards, and other acts of kindness extended me while I was in the hospital. Oswald Lallier. 49' CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to our friends and relatives for thcii many kind acts ot sympathy during our recent sonow. H. H. Flom and family 49 FOR SALE — FIREPROOF 4- drawer Schwab letter size file, carries underwriter's label, brand new. Regular $220 unit — our jricc $179.50. Upper DCS Moines Publishing Co., Algona. OR SALE — I960 CHEVROLET Impala while hardtop, automatic transmission, 4 new whitewall tires, radio, low mileage, excellent condition. E. A. Lee phone WA 5-3290, Lone Rock. 49* FOR SALE -- TRUCK BOX & fold down stalk rack for % ton Chevy truck. Phone Albert Metzger, Lone Rock, WA 5-3474. 49 FOR SALE 1958 CHRYSLER Saratoga, 4 door, R., H., air conditioning, excellent condition H. L. Hpenk or Algona Auto 'Sales wes't of Court House. 49 tfn FOR SALE Dandy Building Site With Lots Of Badly Charred Used Lumber. I Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For Complete Fire - Hail Wind Insurance Before My House Burned Down. HOG FLU — Eby's Swine In halant early treatment impor (ant. Less loss in weight. $1.95 Sold at Drug Stores. 49-5 FOR SALE — Schiller Cabinc Special Grand Piano price right. Can be seen at Schwarzen bach home in Fcnton, la. Phone 133. 49* "OR SALE — 4 BEDROOM home, good location, $14,000. ^hone CY 4-2170. 46 tfn SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and Des Moines Pub. Co. For Rent FOR RENT — WARM, CLEAN unfurnished apartment. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 49 FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM house, double garage. Write Box 145 Algona. 49 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 Farm Equipment 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. Sec Bjustrom Furniture. 45tfn CARD OF THANKS A heartfelt thanks to everyone who has shown so much kindness to Bruce and the rest of our family since his accident. The Ray Johnson family 49 Lone Rock UPW Installs New Officers Dec. 1 .Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Presbyterian UPW met Dec. 1. A pot luck meal was served at noon. Installation of new officers was presented by Mrs Grace Fischer. Officers include: treas. — Mrs Bob Fourtney; asst. treas. — Mrs Romaine Priebe; pledge secretary — Mrs Tena Jensen; aid leaders- Thelma Ramus, Mrs Ed Blanchard and Mrs Dennis Priebe; nominating committee — Dorothy Kraft; flower committee—Neva Thompson. Games were played. Mrs Edith Cotton and Mrs Romaine Priebe were given prizes. Hostesses were Ruth Kruegcr, Chairman, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mrs Mary Genrich, Mrs Art Priebe and Mrs Harlan Blanchard. The circles of the Presbyterian church will have their Christmas parties at their December meeting. The meetings will be Dec. 15. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson attended a bank conference in Chicago last week. Mr and Mrs Paul Thackcr, Bob and Jim of Pocahontas, and Mr and Mrs Art Petersen and twins >f Ottoson were Sunday visitors n the Paul Thacker home. Mr and Mrs Angus Cotton Jr. were last weekend guests in the is Cotton horno in Lone Rock. Cotton and children remained to spend the week in 1he home of Mr and Mrs Angus Cotton, Sr. Mr and Mrs John Cotton of Fort Docleo were weekend guests in thf Willis Cotton home. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris were Sunday visitors in the Ed Bli liner home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Morris were Thanksgiving guests in the Jack Johnson home jn Gowri!'. Mr and Mrs Morris were recent visitors in the Albert Kruc<.'.er home in Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Art Nash, Canton, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Junior TanRcn of Truman. Minn, were Sunday guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs Clifford Nirdine. Mr and Mrs Gordon Hlanchard and ^irls of Mason City wore Sunday visitors in the Maude Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Johnathan were also visitors. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were hosts to a belated Thanksgiving dinner in their home Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Don Ackerman, Craig, Vicki and Jill of, Ventura, Gene Ilenricksen of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Dean Jorgensen, Barbara and Douglas of Algona. and Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Rodney and Kalhy of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Bud Alke and family, Mr and Mrs George Alke of Titonka were Sunday callers in the Paul Thacker home. Mr and Mrs C. J. Slander of Bancroft, Mrs John Geitzenauer and Milton of Fenlon were Sunday evening guests in the Lorenz Geitzenauer home. Kay Geitzenauer was home from college over Ihe weekend. Mrs Lena Junkermicr of Albert City visited in Ihe Alfred Schadendorf home the past week Thursday dinner guests in the Schadendori home were Mr and Mrs Art Kramersmier of Ladyard. Mr and Mrs S c h a d e ndorf were Saturday callers in he Frauka Schadendorf home in !.,ak(ila. They celebrated Mrs Fraukci Schadendorf's Birthday. Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Gf-ne Blanc-hard and Mr and Mrs home of Mrs Thompson's sister, ! Mr and Mrs G. H. Doty, Mason ' Citv Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson, Neva Thompson, and Mrs Richard Long and Bernard Long were guests Sunday in the Jamse Els- hccker home at Bancroft. The group celebrated the 6th birthday of David Elsebecker, son. of the James Elsbeckcr's Mervin Christenscn attended the wedding of his sister, Marieta Christensen to Andrew Petersen of Galva at Pueblo, Colo. Dec. 3. Mclvin Meyers visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry Lenn- (ai>h in DCS Moines Sunday. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson were Sunday callers in the Gladys O'Donnel. UDM Classified* Par Divtdtndl ELECTROLUX SoJes & Service L. E. HOVEY 509 East Call St. CY 4-4494 Algona, la. Tfn Friday afternoon guests in the Lyle Marlow home were Mrs Eldin Marlow, Mrs Milton Marlow, Mrs Ralph Biers ted t and Mrs •••••••••••••••••••••••••••! WELL DRILLING-ALL PURPOSES JEEP DITCHING-PUMP REPAIR PRESSURE SYSTEMS Repairing and Installation LOUIE SCHUMACHER • RT 2 Algona Phone CY 4-2009 49-50* y»m»mmmmmmmmmmm»mmmm»ummnmmjtmmmmmmmu>^ HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs Lampright will sell the following described household goods at the late Raymond P. Norton residence, 516 E. McGregor, Saturday, December 10th, starting at 10 A.M., Continuing all day: Monarch electric stove, 6 cu. ft. G. E. refrigerator, davenport, upholstered chairs, platform rocker, grand piano, gateleg table, 6 ladder-back chairs, Jenny Lind double bed, complete, marble tcp walnut table, 4 poster mahogany double bed complete, high boy to match, and mirror, combination hall tree with marble top table, walnut library table, room dividing screen, 2 baby beds, complete, Electrolux cleaner, hip boots, waders, man's lined storm coat size 44, fruit jars, pressure cooker. Miscellaneous articles. KENT'S COMPLETELY WINTERIZED A-l USED CARS 1959 FORD, Fairlane, 4 door. 1959 CHEVROLET, Bel Air, 4 dr. 1959 PLYMOUTH, Savoy, 2 dr. 1958 FORD, Skyliner (Flip-Top). 1955 FORD, Fairlane, 4 dr. 1953 CHEVROLET, 210, 2 dr. GUARANTEE WARRANTY FOR 1 FULL YEAR On Above Cars Check These Winterized Specials Conditioned To Start — And Start F-A-S-T. EASY TERMS - LOW RATES OPPORTUNITY MAN or WOMAN Responsible person from this area, to service and collect from new type automatic dispensers. No selling. Age not essential. Car .'sferences. end $450 to $900 cash necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly nets up to $000 monthly Possibility fulltime work. For local interview give phone and particulars. Write Kay Distributing Co. 6305 Harriet Ave., Richfield 23, Minnesota. FOR RENT—MODERN 2 ROOM apartment, furnished, close-in. Phone CY 44572. 49* USED FARM MACHINERY LATE SEASON SPECIALS 1958 MM 5 Star $3100. 1958 445 LP 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-MME P.T.O. Shelters late models. Used Knipco heaters Stock Cutters For Rent. Portable Heaters. Knipco A Red Hen. See Our Advertisement BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No, Main Mione CY 4-I4S1 USED FARM MACHINERY CORNSTALK SHREDERS FOR RENT $1.25 per acre or 50 acres at any one time rented 1—New Idea stalk cutter __ $255 New Olson roto rakes special $ 55 1—Gehl luuninerinill, P.T.O. & Auger $325 1—Case Farm Rubber Tired Wagon w/dump master hoist and tixlO ft. Anthony Steel Barge Box $275 1—% 11.P. electric motor, 110220 volt, good w/braeket for stanhoist $50 l_New 1100 Bu. Walsh corn crib w/steep roof $295 1—J. D. 194G "B" tractor, good condition $475 1—Case tractor plow w/3-14 throw-away share $245 I—JD 42 ft. portable elevator w/PTO drive, 2 wheel trucks -. $410 1—1937 JD tractor "B" — $125 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 F«nton, la. FOR RENT Brick Business Building Corner Jones & State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration SEE: BJUSTROM FURNITURE Algona, Iowa TFN 'OR RENT — SMALL HOUSE in Algona, ideal for 1 or 2 people. Mrs H. G. Hamilton, Bancroft. 49* FOR RENT — LARGE MODERN House - apartments could also be rented — 2'/2 cast of Algona on black top. Paul M. Seeley. CY 4-3174. 49 FOR RENT — MODERN FARM house 4 miles from Algona on blacktop road. Tom Sampson, Algona. 49* WoiKd WANTE Men To Train IN THE ELEMENTARY FUNDAMENTALS For Real Estate Appraisers Age 25 to 60. Should be residents of this county two or more years. Farm experience valuable. Reply Box 69-D Algona, C/O This Paper (49-50) PUBLIC SALE December 17,1960 at 1:30 P. M. The four (4) vacant Charles Ramus lots located in the 1200 block between East Linden and Elm streets in Algona will be offered for sale at public auction, Saturday, Dec. 17, 1960, at 1:30 p.m. on the premises. The old buildings have been removed and the lots are now unimproved except for sewer, water, and gas, installed to one of these lots; they are nicely located in the "A" single family residential district, not too far out, and are nice sites for homes. Terms of sale will be one-third down and the balance' when titles are ready for delivery. Jens M. Sorensen Guardian of Charles Ramus, Incompetent Dale Yungeberg, Auctioneer — Winkel & Winkel, Clerk % . ' • (49-50) 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. • • A ' 48-49 This Month, America's Lowest Price Buys WANTED — LOAD OR PART load of burnable fireplace wood. Call CY 4-3535. 48* WANTED — TO BUY FEEDER pigs, '45 to 50 Ibs. preferred. Gerald Rochleau, CY 4-4755, Algona. 49* YOUNG MAN, 2 YEARS OF college, seeking steady employment, will take any type of work. Phone CY 4-2128, Algona. 49* John Purts—Service—Sales 49 Miscellaneous UNIDENTJFJEP PERSONS — The jdentjty of the two men drjving a Wtkup y^est on Highway ^p. $ between Vinkon and Truer, Iowa, on Saturday night, Nyvomjber 12th jibout t3;DO p.in anil wj)o took Uu.- gpcraior of j cornpickcr slu-ller lu his home It wi!J p,e grt-ajly appreciated i you will contact me undersigned by mail or phone collect. Signed, E. ti. Afiuhttgbivenner, Hudson, la 40-1 WANTED 'Will train neat appearing mar- ied 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 TO REJNT—A FARM, any size. Will pay cash rent for good ground. Ample equipment and labor. Experienced operator. Write Box 69-BV?f> Al- Upper PCS ^loj.nps;, ,4£ tfn (.pit A LOST — ACETYLENE GAS tank in vjtinily of Cook's Wei- dors shop and Main street, gona. Ucwprd. Louis Schumacher, CY 4y-0° 9 ' Algona. 49 LOST — TIE BAK WITH TINY shoes attacked in or around St. Ann Hospital Nov. 27. Senli- meiUal valued Aift^ra Uppor 1 Moiuc*; CY 4-3835. ! •-}' \, AS LITTLE PER MONTH Rambler American Deluxe 2-Door Sedan illustrated below. Monthly payments based on manufacturer's suggested delivered price at factory with Vi down payment, 36-month contract with normal carrying charges, federaltaxespaid.Optionalequip- ment, transportation, insurance, state and local taxes, if any, extra. 1961 Rambler American Deluxe 2-Door Sedan •Striking New Styling will stay in style, not beoutmoded by yearly mod el changes. • Best Gat MiletB* in 011 major economy contests In e Lowest Upkeep Voted "most trouble- free car" by owners. e Ceramic'Armored muffler and tailpipe. e Individual Leg Room. Sectional Sofa Front Seats, which adjust separately for leg room and Airliner Reclining Seats, optional at extra cost. v 050% More Trunk space for '61, big family room for six. • Best Rust Protection. Deep-Dip rust- proofing—up to roof. e Least Tire Wear because of big, 15-inch wheels. (Most compacts have foreign size 13-inch wheels.) effest Power Cholce-90 or 125 HP Six; 3 transmission choices. Before You Buy Any Size Car, It's Smart To See Your Rambler Dealer D A U ' S G A R A G E , • US ** 0^9« *< < Algono, Iowa MOTOR CO. Algona, la. CY 4-3504 USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEKl Youngstown Wall & Base Cabinets, 7 feet, complete with drop* in sink. $350.00 Installed Ranqes Elec. Hotpeint 40" Like New --_- $69.95 Copper Clad Apt. Gas Range $59.95 Skelgas Gas Range __ $35.00 100 Gal. Fuel Tank $10.00 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 T-V SETS 21" Crosley Table Model $79.95 Terrific Trade In Price Being Gi* en On All New Westinghoutt T.V.'s Being Bought Herel Refrigerators Coldspot 10 cu. ft. $59.95 Coop 10 Cu. F». $59.95 Freezers I—Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. Upright Type Freezer $199.93 Washers & Dryeri Norge Regular $159.95 Now $124.91 Hamilton Automatic Washer, new Guarantee $99.95 DISWASHER G. E. Undercounter 24" wide, Like New SPECIAL \ USED ELECTRIC MOTORS tye have them, all sixes Vi H.r», 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. a)l wort OK. For Rent Warehouse Space, loading Dock, Electricity, Good Location, Cheep. EASY TERMS IF DESIRED ALGONA BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE Phone CY4-H13

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