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FARM SAlt CAUNDAR Alflona Upptr Dei Farm auction time is hero 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. 29, Thursday — Hiram (Ginny) Ackcrman, fa south of Burt on gravel road, from west edge of Burt (D-X and Standard Stations). Offering machinery, household goods, horses, etc. Sale details in UDM next week. Carroll Fraser, auctioneer; Red Maclscn, clerk. Sale details this issue. January 3, Tuesday — Lester Van. Horn, Rodman, Iowa, complete closing-out sale. Berkland & Bensen, auctioneers, Cylinder Stale Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Jan. 4, Wednesday — Ted Wagner on farm 5 East 1 South & Station or 1 fa North & West of LuVor- nc. Yungebcrg & Quinn, auctioneers. Sale details this issue. Jan. 5, Thursday — Robert Johnson sale, 190 head livestock, machinery, etc. Located 6 west of Fenton, 1 south, fa west. Lloyd Berkland and John Finn auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! Youngstown Wall A Base Cab inets, 7 feet, complete with drop, in sink. $350.00 Installed Ranges , Monarch Elec. 40" $89.95 Elec. Hotpoint 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-VSETS 21" Crosley Table Model $79.95 terrific Trade In Price Being Giv en On All New WestinghouM T.V.'s Being Bought Herel clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Jan. 9. Monday — Complete closing out sale of Mrs John Madsen, \fa N., fa E. and fa N. of Cylinder. Berkland and Bensen, auctioneer:;, Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Jan. 10, Tuesday — Owen Anderson complete closing out sale, 6 west, 2 north, fa west of Ring- stcd. Bensen & Clark, auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings, Emmetsburg, clerk. Details later. Jan. 11, Wednesday — A. C. (Al) Pavtck sale, 4 west and 5 nomh of tiwea City. Power farm machinery, 74 head livestock, misc. Clark & Quinn, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, Armstrong l clerk, hale details later. Jan. 12, Thursday — Complete closing out sale of Karl Summers, 1 mile-E. of Kingslcd. Bensen and Clark, auctioneers, Emmet County fcjttite Bank, Rmgsted, clerk. Jan. 17. Tuesday — Edward Schmidt & Sons sale, 3 north of Fenton and % mile east. Bensen & Clark auctioneers, First Trust & Savings, Fenton, clerk. Jtn. 19,' Thursday — Donald Heerat complete closing out sale oeated 1 east, 1 north of Ringsted. Berkland & Bensen, auction- iers, Emmet County State Bank, Rmgsted, clerk. Jan. 23, Monday — Everett Dreyer complete closing out sale, fa mile west of Fenton. Berkland & Bensen, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, Fenton, clerk. Details later. Jan. 26. Thursday — Mrs Elmer Naig, 4 -west of Depew church. Berkland and Bortvit, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. jan. 27, Friday — Ringstcd Co- Op Elevator machinery sale on liormel parking lot, Ringstcd. Bensen & Clark, auctioneers, Em- County Staite Bank, Ring- sled, clerk. Jan. 31, Tuesday — Wayne Barr complete closing out sale, fa north, 1 west, 1 fa nonlh of Fenton. Bensen & Clark, auctioneers First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton, clerk. Put 1894 Acres In Kpssuth Soil Bank For 1961 A total of 1894 acres of. Kossuth county cropland will remain out of production under soil bank conservation reserve contracts in 1961, it was reported this week by Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the county ASC committee. . . This land will remain in the reserve under contracts entered i Into in "prior years, 1 of the program. Such lahu • may not be cropped or grazed during the entire life of the contract. In return for keeping the land out of production, the participants receive an annual rental payment in the fall near the close of the cropp- THE SURE WAY TO THB FASTEST RESULTS 1 i Algona opp«r tf-t Moinm Classified RatM 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m. I PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,400 Families Each Week t For Sab FOR SALE — '58 CHRYSLER Saratoga, 4 door, heater, radio, air cond.; power brakes, steering, scat; personal car. H. L. Hoenk or Algona Auto Sales, west of court house. 50 tfn. FOR SALE — WESSEX SAD- dleback boars. Roy Mueller, Zfa north and I fa east of Fenton. Phone Fenton 511 51-52* HEAVYWEIGHT TAMPS Al LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. 11 WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OB CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NO1 MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. 4BU FOR SALE — MEAT-TYPE Hampshire boars, serviceable age. Large selection to choose from. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, For Sab FOR SALE — jtf WHITTE- more, the late Adolf Nass home; possession — March 1; price — $6,500; terms — $1,000 down, balance when deed is delivered; sewer assessment Is paid; if interested, contact Mrs Tom Schullcr. 524* FOR SALE — 10.000 BALES alfalfa and red clover hay never been rained on - 1st and 2nd cutting in the barn. Herb Weydert, CY 4-4790. 51-1 For Rent la. 44-1' FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars sired by the Grand Champion of the Clay County Fair. Growthy, rugged, meaty individuals. Also some bred fall gilts sired the same way. Bert .Geerdes & Son, 3 fa S. 1% E. Lakota, Iowa. 40tf FOR RENT — 4 BDRM. HOUSE, oil heat, 521 E. Oak. See Jim Andreasen, attorney, Algona. 52 FOR RENT — BUILDING SUIT- able for office and warehouse space. Large Parking Area. Inquire at Thompson Distributing Co. Algona, CY 4-2644. 51-52 FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR 2 room units suitable tor light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan Motor Court, 1111 E. State St Ph CY 4-3523. 12tfn 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 SALE — '54 CHEVROLET 2-dr. A-l condition. Katie J. Wagner, Wesley. 51-1* ing season There arc not any contracts , Refrigerators Westinghouse 10 cu. ft. $99.95 Coldspot 10 cu. ft. $59.95 Coop 10 Cu. Ft. $59.95 Freezers 1—Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. Upright Type Freezer ----- $199.93 Washers & Dryers Norge Regular $159.95 Now $124.9S Hamilton Automatic Washer, new Guarantee $99.95 Maytag Square - tub __ $99,95 Frigidaire Automatic - $|2*.95 DISWASHER G. E. Undercounter 24" wide, Like New SPECIAL I USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all siies '/4 H.P, 1/3 M.P., 1/6 H.P. all wort OK. For Rent Warehouse Space. Loading Dock, Electricity, Good Locution, Cheap. EASY TERMS IF DESIRED AIGONA BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE that will terminate at the end of 1060 in Kossulh County. Land going out of the conservation re- sorvr- because of Contract expiration "may be kept idle for twice the number of years it was under contract without reducing future acreage allotments on "the ,land. This is provided under a new law which became effective last fall. The purpose of the law is to encourage participants in the conservation reserve to keep former allotment crop acreage in vegetative cover for additional years. In the nation as a whole, contracts will expire on about 90,000 acres at the end of 1960, leaving approximately 28.6 million acres in the conservation reserve in 1961. CALENDARS AND ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES We will be calling in this area, or call us collect at Fort Dodge 5-7041. DAN ROBERTS CO. 1413 - 9th Ave. No., Fort Dodge 52- FOR SALE? — Purebred meat type black Poland China boars and bred gilts; also one yearling boar. John Bockes, LuVerne, la 47-52' Those present were Mr and Mrs Orville Dcardorff and family, Mr and Mrs Russ Jensen, and family, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family, and Otto Jensen. Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder and Beverly Warner spent Saturday in Minneapolis visiting Householder's son, Larry, 'and shopping. Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder were Sunday evening guests at the Jim Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow were supper guests of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Kranier at Algona Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Potter of Algona were also guests. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jon went to Woodward, Sunday to see their daughter, Patty. Mrs Jim Long, Mrs Leo Ram us, Mrs. Roger Long and Derwin, and Mrs Henry Schroeder were afternoon guests at Mrs Paul Thackers to help her daughter Jill celebrate • her first birthday. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and Mr and Mrs Jim Long were Thursday night guests at the Paul Thacker home. Jerry Jensen is spending the lolidays with his parents, MY and Mrs Ernest Jensen. Jerry attends he University of Iowa. Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder and Vickie Jo were in Livermore Wednesday night visiting Vlrs Householder's aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Carl Olson and Ruth. Mrs Mary Genrich left for arthage, Missouri to spend the Christmas and New Years holidays with her son, Mainard jenrich. Deadline Is Jan. 31, Grain Price Support Wanted WANT TO RENT — DUROC male hog by Jan. 1. Clarence Metzger, Algona. 52* 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 DCS Moines. 42 tfn WANTED — JOB AS HOUSE- keeper. Call. CY 4-2368. 51-52." WANTED TO BUY Jackrabbits Chuck Ingalls. Phone 4831, Bancroft. 51-1 FOR SALE — FIREPROOF 4- dravvcr schwab letter size file carries underwriter's label, branc new. Regular $220 unit — our price $179.50. Upper DCS Moines Publishing Co., Algona. FOR SALE — 4,000 FT. WAL- nul lumber, cured 6 yrs. inside, varying sizes, priced to sell. Bob Skilling, CY 4-2980, Algona. 52-1* FOR SALE. — 2 HOLSTEIN milk cows, just fresh. Orville Kressin, Lone Rock. Phone WA 5-3470. 52-1" FOR SALE — RAT TERRIOR puppies — 1 week old. Hiram Ackerman, Burt. Phone 51. 52* Real Estate Xmcss Skit By Ledyard Group Ledyard — The Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart Parish met in the parish hall. A skit, "Seek Ye the Christ Child" was presented by Mrs J. F. Sullivan, Mrs A C Schissel. Mrs Ted Thilges. Mrs S. L. Powers, Mrs Albert Weaver, Mrs Milton Farrow,, Mrs Alfred Menkc, and Mrs Frank Rotterman. Christmas music was played by Mrs Albin Kayscr. After the business meeting a collection was taken up to be sent to St. Monica s home in Sioux City. A delicious lunch was served by the following nostcsses, Mrs Albin Kayser, Mrs Allen Vaske, Mrs Wayne Gardner, Mrs Al Dudding.'Mrs Robert Ogren, and Mrs Arnold Becker. Piano Pupils At Ledyard Recite Ledyard — Mrs Charles Fail- gu;;t presented her students in piano in a concert recently. Ann Carpenter acted as mistress of core-monies. Variety was added to the program with a vocal solo by Martha Elaine Wallenlino accompanied by her sister Phyllis, Students participating in the concert wore: Snerry Klinksiuk, Diane Waterhouse, Deiores Kreb- bach. Marlys Orvick, Ann Car- punter, Lynn Munycr, Jim Nelson, Barbara Sdiim-ckT. Gretchen DoBoer Nancy Nelson. Marvel Orvick, Linda Burt. Phyllis Walkntine, and Alice Moore of East Chain. Muiiicu Munyer '*ttwld • np(, taki' p^'n b&wse '4f Card of Thanks INJURED Gilbert Kroeger of Alvord recently fractured a small bone in his leg when he stepped into a hole as he was helping to push a car. The deadline for obtaining support on most 1960-c'rop grains and related crops will be January 31, 1901, County ASC Chairman R. I. Anderson announced today.-That is the official closing date for price support on barley, flaxseed, grain sorghum, oats, rye, soybeans and wheat. The loan rate, and eligibility standards for 1900-crop commodities in Kossuth County are as follows: Barley: 80 cents per bushel for Grade No. 2 or octtcr (except mixed barley). Discounts for lower grades down to No. 5 or No. 5 garlicky. Flaxseed: $2.3tt per bushel for No. 1. Premium for low moisture; discount for No. 2. Grain sorghum; $1.46 per hundredweight for Grade No. 2 or better (except mixed grain sor- hums. Discounts tor lower grades down to No. 4, No. 4 smutty, No. 4 discolored or mixed grain sorghums and containing not more than 13 percent moisture. Oats: 43 cents per bushel for Grade No. 3; premium for higher Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper quality; discounts lor No. 4 on test weight only, lor No. 4 because of "badly stained" or 'materially weathered" and for garlicky. Rye: 89 cents per bushel for Grade No. 2 or better or No. 3 on test weight only. Discounts applicable to rye containing more than 3/10 of 1 per cent ergot; rye containing more tnan 1 percent ergot ineligible. Soybeans: $1.80 per bushel for No. 2 or better, green and yellow. Premium for low moisture; discounts for grade mid quality factors below No 2 through No. 4; discounts for black, brown or mixed. Soybeans containing more than 14 percent moisture St. Joe Trojans St. Joe Trojans 4-H club held its Christmas party last Thursday night at St. Joe hall with Virgil Wagner, Jim Erpelding, Mike Sinnwell ana Art Becker as hosts. A gift exchange took place. It was the final meeting for 1960. FOR SALE 3 • BEDROOM HOUSE 502 last Lucas St. JERRY M. LEWIS Phone CY 4-4457 Afodna, Iowa (50-51-52) WANTED Everyone To Have A Happy New Year And To Look To ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For Your Insurance Needs In 1961, ELECTROLUX Sales & Service L. E. HOVEY 509 East Call Si. CY 4-44S4 Algona, la. Tfn When Ready To Sell Your CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all ,my friends and relatives for the cards, gifts and visits while 1 was in St. Ann hospital. Mrs John Origer. 52* CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to friends and relatives for remembering us with cards and gifts on our 50lh Wedding Anniversary. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough 52' CARD OF THANKS Sincere thanks to all my friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards, letters and flowers while I was in St. Ann Hospilal and since my return home. ATTENTION <-.. 2 3 Bedroom Home thai f'-.o been appraised and appiu ••••(< u.'i G.- loan. Immediate possession. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, la. CY 4-3174. 51 i FOR SALE—NEW 3-BEDROOM home, 1204 East Call. Contact Bud Robinson, CY 4-3374 or CV 4-2325. 12tfn FARMS FOR SALE 128 A. Adjoins Algona — This has 80 A, of top land and a set of buildings to handle a large number of hogs and cattle — early possession. 120 A Portland Township — A very nice modern home — fairly good outbuildings — Some permanent pasture — 3/1/1961 possession. 154 fa A. NR. St. Benedict — This is an excellent farm with very ,good bldgs. — 3/1/1961 pos. session. 80 A — No. Bldgs. — 2 fa E. of Algona on black top, 3/1/1961 possession. Mrs Franklin Rusch 52 144 A. NU. Sexton on Highway No. 18 excellent land. Fairly good bldgs. 3/1/1961 possession. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, la CY 4-3174 51 FOR SALE — 4 BEDRpOM home, good location, alumimm windows $13,500. Phone. CY 4' 2170. . 58 tfn REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ICO A, Seneca Twp; real good bldg.s., good producer, exccllen LONE ROCK AND FAT HEIFERS Call or Write The SPENCER PACKING CO. , EVENING CALL DUANE JOHNSON, honia phone 1371, Spencer. (If you're norlh of U.S. Hy. 18), or JIM KELEMER, phone 4346, Gilmore City, (If you are soulh of U.S. 18). (48 EOW tf) PUBLIC AUCTION The Lemuel Marlow Home in Lone Reck Will Be Offered For Sale At Public Aution At The Site. Wednesday, Dec. 28 at 9:30 a.m. Lets 8 and 9 In Subdivision Entitled Block 9 and 10 and Outlet E To The Town Of Lone Rock, Iowa. TERMS 20% in cash at the time of sale. Balance in cash upon delivery of Warranty Deed and within 60 days. Seller will furnish abstract and merchantable title. ^ 1 Possession At Once. Lemuel Jess Marlow and Eldin John Marlow, Executors of the Lemuel Marlow Estate. Charles Quinn, Auctioner 51-52A PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to 'quit farming, I will hold a closing out sale at my farm located 2 blocks west and one block norlh of the Phillips 66 station in Rodman, la. on TUESDAY,JAN. 3 Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and amily were dinner guests at the -larvey Johnson home in Algona Sunday. It was,a Christmas din ner. Dale Wegner and family were at the Harvey Rath home, Algona "or dinner Sunday and at the l«eonard Holt's for supper. Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren were Sunday visitors with Mr and Mrs Dean McGranchan of Spencer. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegner and family attended a pre-Christmas dinner at Mrs. Wegner's mother's, Mrs Hackbarth, Algona. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker held pre-Christmas dinner Saturday night. Those attending were Mr and Mrs George Alke and Janice; Mr and Mrs Bud Alke and family; Mr "and and Mrs John Alke; Mr and Mrs Neil Michaelson and family; Mrs Anna Alke, all of Titonka; Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Timmy; and Mr and Mrs Louie Seegebarth and family of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Mr and Mrs Dave Weber, Jerry Jensen, and Craig Blanchard went to Forest City for the Waldorf College Christmas Pa- gent. Those particicating in the Pag'ent from Lone Rock were Lynne Mente, Charles Kern, Donald Cherland and David Weber. Mr and Mrs Orville Deardorfj and family of Yale were weekend guests at Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen's. Mrs Deurdorff is ahou Starting at 1 P.M. MACHINERY FARM AUCTION 6 West of Fenlon, 1 South, Vz West and >/2 West on or from Depew. 1 mile North THURSDAY, JAN. 5 Starting at 1 P.M. 1948 M International Tractor (wilh belt pulley); IH 2M Corn Picker, good condition; IH 4-Row Corn Planter, with ferl. attach, and 160 rods planter wire; IH 448 4-How Cultivator; IH 15-ft. Disc; IH End- gate Seeder; IH 3-14 No. 8 Slat Bottom Plow on Rubbsr; IH 12-ft. Spring Tooth Harrow; IH 6-ft. No. 9 Mower, with windrower; IH Manure Spreader; Speed Jack, J.D. 34-fi. Elevator; J.D. 2-14-in. No. 14 Plow; Stan-Hoist Hydraulic Drive-On Wagon Hoist; 3-Bar Side Delivery Rake; Galloway 4-Sec. Flexible Lever Drag with folding steel evener; A-6 Case Combine wilh motor; Oliver 60 Tractor, Starter, Lights and Bell Pulley; Montgomery Ward Flare Box; Montgomery Ward Farm Trailer; Mont. Ward Farm Trailer (2 yrs. old); New Idea Steel Flare Box; 16-ft Boat and Trailer; 8' x 10' Brooder House; 9' x 16' Garage. MISCELLANEOUS 300 Gal. Gas Barrel, with steel stand, Hose and nozzle; 2 Wheel Weights for IH Tractor; Tractor Umbrella; Tractor Jack; Coal and Wood Heater; Grease Guns; Oil, Grease, etc.; 2 Wheel Weights for MM Tractos; Pr. 11 x 38 Tractor Chains; Pr. Wheel Clamps for Overhead Hoist; 44' x 14' Tarp; T x 12' Tarp; Ch|ck«n Feeders dnd Waterers; Oil Pump; and many cine? articles too numerous to mention. .1 , _/ TERMS; Cash or make arrangements with Clerk. Not Responsible For Accidents. LESTER VAN HORN 190 HEAD LIVESTOCK HOGS — 23 BROOD SOWS, 9—2nd litter sows to farrow last of February; 14 gilts, farrow last of Feb. 160 FEEDER PIGS, 15—Wt. 165 pounds; 60—Wl. 120 pounds; 85—Wt. 90 pounds. SHEEP—6 EWES to lamb in February; 1 Black Face Buck. FARM MACHINERY 1947 "B" Farmall Tractor; Int. 3-14" Slat Bottom Plow; 19S4 J.D. 4-Row Planter, Rubber Press Wheels, Deep Fert. Placement; 1955 Int Manure Spreader; 1957 New Idea Picker, like new; 1955 New Holland Mower; 1957 New Idea 40' Elevator; Int. 12' Spring Tooth; Ini. 18' Disc; 4-Sec, Harrow, Steel Evener 35' Farmer's Friend Elevator; 2 Trailers, New Idea & M. Ward; 2 Boxes, Steel Flare & 10 x 16 Barge.-Buildings, Equipment, Etc.; 3 Portable Hog Houses, 2-10 x 20, 1-12 x 16 1 yr. old; Brooder House, 10 x 12'; 2 Feed Bunks; Walk In Feeder, 14'; 2 Steel Water ^Tanks; 2 Wheel Weed Sprayer; 2 Sprayer Pumps; Tractor Mounted Wood Saw; 600 gaL Tank on Running Gear; 2 Speed Jacks; 2 Electric Motors; Gas Brooder Stove, Electric Fencer, Pump Jack, Several Hog Troughs & Pans; Steel Hog Feeder; Coal Tank Heater; Hayrope. ISCELLANF.OUS 200 Laying Hens, Laying 70%; 200 Bales Straw; 100 Balfff H»y; Perfection Oil Burner, 70,800 BTU, 14" burner. Auto, blower control and Ihermpsiat in excellent condition; Super F)j}me White KMchen Heater, like new; Combination Coal-Gas Range; Cebinst; Play Pen; Baby Bed; High Ch«ir; Car Bed; Picnic Lawn Chairs; Many Miscellaneous Household Items. Usual Sale Terms'— Npt Responsible for AccidtnU ROBERT JOHNSON

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