The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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Algona (Id.) _ rr Thurtday, F*b. 19, t&I /llflf S M r (:: ' J '-'- ° c H NOWSMAC35A, CHAIN SAW..: — : driven to pfBvide greatest lugging tower of any saw, {ta. eifce on the marketl stumps within "* ,'rttfai -' Nation. ALGONA TREE SERVICE f ;, >i ''Algona, Iowa THE StJRlS'WAY *fO „ FASTEST RESULTS.! assified Bales 3c Per, Word,, Gash in Advance 5c Per Word, Charged -,'• - SOt! Minimurft Copy l3eadUne Wednesday, 2 p.m, * » »-;••:" — ALL METAL SfteSmbft's or student's desk, in- 1 eluding drawers, $15. Upper Des Moittes Publishing C6., . Algona yT'VJ"" 8 ! .-.*->;,-, t 4y Ads Reach 6,005 Families Each Week! PHONE CY 4-3535 For Sab cows. 2 ! A miles' north of Burl, 1 * ^',' * * ^f $ Edward Miller, '-7* BIG DISCOUNT Otf EARLY orders. Register for free 'colored T.V. Green stamps. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 6tf FOR SALE — ALFALFA- HAY. W. H. Raney, Algona. Phone CY 4-4725. ' 6-9* FOR SALE — 1949 CHEVROLET ' 4-door r heater and radio $90. Kent Motor Co,, Algona, la. 7 ll s ED LIST TRACTORS I—Model WD Allls - Chalmers ' with adjustable front end 1— Motiei WC Allis . Chalmers 1— Model B Allis-Chalmers I—Model C Allis-Chalmers 1— Model B John Dears 1— Model H John Deere I—Model, 30 Cockshuti SEE Or 'Call Wfe For Insurance On Little 1 Trucks, Big Trucks, Panel Trucks, Delivery .Trucks, Farm Trucks; Permit Trucks. k • L. S. BOHANNON E. Of Iowa State Bank CY 4-4443 Better Rates — Better'Service TFN Illlllllllllll REINSBACH PAINTING DECORATING i Sheetrock Finishing FREE ESTIMATES Clyde* Reinsback Ph. 5372 Bancroft (5-6-7) FOR SALE — ATTRACTIVE .quality home, living room, dining room, kitchen downstairs, 3 rooms and bath upstairs,-fine basement, excellent paved location with priceless shade trees, attached garage, $15,000 — See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 7 FOR SALE — ALFALFA HAY, .no rain. Call CY 4-2988. 6,7* SALE 1000 BALES alfalfa, clover hay. 25c bale. CY 4-4037. Eldon Altaian, Irvington. . . '7* FOR RENT — 3,ROOM APART- meht, private bath. All utilities included. .Furnished. Frank Vera. Phone 4-3495. 6* , MISCELLANEOUS I—Two unit Surge Milker complete 2 — Extra Seamless Surge Units 1— Super 1 Six Manure Loader ic ' fit John Deere of International 1-^-New Idea Horn Loader with ' pitch control • 1— New Idea No. 50 Loader to Hi . WD Allis-Chalmers I—Harvey PTO Hammermill 1— Allis-ChalmerB Power Unit — "' ' ' ' Wonted single, top WHgel;» mom and board'on. farm,'no milking. Den- his JUckleigi phone QY 4-3073, AlgbtUL;'---, 7-8-9* MAN WANTED — TO'OPERATE estemtehed -motor rottle Sunday mofnhtga, 3 lo 5 hours, average $10' per Sunday, Contact Al Smith, Humboldt, 7* WANTED — MARRIED MAN, with vsmall family, for year- arolind work oil farm — W< H, McConnell, 2 mi. No. of Osgood, ' -M, 7 WANTED — EXPERIENCED ' beauty operator ' al once. Fowlers". - ' 7 WANTED TO BUY FARM LAND • in Kossuth* or Hancofck Co. C. R. Good, Flanagan, 111. 6-7* . HELP WANTED OPPORTUNITY FOR PERSON retired or needing additional income. A good Rawlcigh business }s 'hard to beat. Opening now in Algona. Write Rawleigh's, Dept, 1AB-51-338, Free "port,'111. t ' GROCERY FOR SALE ,Long~ established, good -volume, Well equipped, includes meat depi., v/ell located in ihis area. Modern fixtures'. 1958 ,gross over $100,000. Would require $15,000 down. Health requires sale. This is an A-l going business. If interested inquire for full details. ( ^•Bdx'"69 n -^-^W, Algona, la.,' (6tf) . . . I— John 'Deere Cylinder Sheller -MANURE SPREADERS 1— Noi ; 12A New Idea — in good condition It-No'. 10 New Idea i four wheel ( 1 — Cobey 150 bu. tractor spreader l—McCormick-Deering two wheel tractor spreader ' 1^— Oliver four wheel 'on rubber LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA- DIAL BRown 2-4601 6 HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT , PRICES. IF WE'HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. ' 46tl , As I am going to discontinue farming, I will sell the following described personal properly to the highest bidder, at farni located 2 miles '' »•«_-. -x <* /->:A.. __ tj:™v,.,.a..r« tin g^ QJ 6 miles North and 3 East of Swea City on HighwayVNo. miles' West o^ Bancroft, on , FEB. 23 Sale To Start At 1:30 P.M. Sharp FARM MACHINERY - 1958 Case Tractor, Model 350, wide front; live PTO, Eagle hitch, 516 actual hours; 1958 Case 4-Row 'Cultivator; 1938 WC Allis Chalmers with WD 2 Row Cultivator; >'36 WC Allis Chalmers with Field Sprayer; 1954 A-C Combine with t, ^ Straw Spreader and Pick-Up; Minneapolis Moline 2:Row Picker; \ 1958 Case ^Row Rotary Hoe; 14-ft. Disc; 12-ft. John Deere Disc; |4-sect5on Flexible Lever Harrow; John Deere Field Cultivator; 1?5.1 f 7 4-Row Black Hawk Planter; John Deere 290 Corn Planter; John '|; Peere 40-ft. Elevator; John Deere Rocker Type Hoist; Massey 4 Harris 7-ft. Tractor Mower; Cockshutt Side Rake; 1-Clinton Farm £ Trailer; 1-Farm Trailer; 1-Steel Flare Box, 100 bu.; 1-Wood Flare l i Box, 120 bu.; 1-Trailer & Flare Box; Flat Rack; John Deere Binder >f { WiiTdrower; Case 2-14 Plow; Me(?rDeering 3-14 Slat Bottom Plow 5 On Rubber; John Deere Speed Jack; Pump Jack & Motor; Buzz I.Saw. ' ' .-', 42 HEAD HOGS - Eight 2nd Litter Brpod Sows'to Farrow J ,Jfi r st part of Marcl]| t ^ Fall Pigs, 175^ R9Hn««| ^!,, -'-' FARM BUILDINGS-- Portable 4-Pen«Hpg,HoM«i; r]2 X 16 Brooder House, insulated and wired; 12 X 16 Range Shelter; 10 X 12 Feed BuildingrDog House; All Buildings In Good Shape, i ' , » i ' POULTRY & EQUIPMENT - 325 Production Whites Laying Pullets; Chicken Waterers and Feeders; Goose and Gander, ^_ ] 200 BALES ALFALFA HAY ~ 200 BALES STRAW. MISCELLANEOUS — 230 Gal. Hog Waterer'pn Skids? 5ft Gal. Barrow Sjjfgyer;. Stone, $pat; USED FARM MACHINERY i—1948 ALLIS CHALMERS WC .,,,,,tr.actp,r,,, ,,w.ith ,,, W.D,,.. .pistons, ' painted, overhauled -__$g50.00 1-iCASWELL M'ANURE LOADER, w/both -buckets, mount-. /ings for -IHC "M" __-$l'75.00 1—JOHN DEERE 10 ft. CC Field Cultivator/ ________.__$145.00 1—JOHN DEERE No.' 5—7 ft. power -mower $175.00 1—iHC.440 — 4-ro\y,Corn Plantei- - on rubber, and fertilizer'' . .attch. ___________$250.00 .1—NEWi-' IDEA 12 A Tractor -spreader, in A-l shape $345.00 1—-NEW IDEA 10 A tractor spreader, on rubber, A-l. shape -$ 90.00 3—NEW'IDE A CORN PICKERS, pull and mo'unted .. .look them over WEISBROD IMP. ' ; Fenton. Iowa HELP WANTED 'MEN AND WOMEN ' IMPORTANT AD FOR ALL SALESPEOPLE Earn $125 a week selling direct-'to-consumer. Call on ; our customers in your area. Steady work. Clothing for entire farti- ily. Slacks, shirts, jackets, hosiery, sportswear, , etc. No experience or investment needed. FulV'br part time. Northwestern Woolen Co., 403 Nicollet, Minneapolis, Minn. • 7 POSTAL EXAMINATIONS OPEN TO MEN &" WOMEN, ••1'856. Starting $2.00 & 2.12 per hr. Information on other 'govt. exammations also. Write Box 69-P c/o Algona. (Iowa) Upper Des Moines. 7 Card of Thanks CARD OF THANks 'V; :'"We : -wish : to thanlc our .neighbors, friends and relatives for •their acts "of love and sympathy during -the recent loss of pur beloved mother, and grandmojth- er. The family of Mrs Olga Hittt. '?* Donald Burgesost Of Swea Takes Minnesota Bride Swea & Eagle — Janet Rosa Craig, daughter o! Mr otid Mrs John Craig, Welcome, Minn., nnd Donald D. Burgcson, son o£ Roy Burgeson and the Inte Mrs Burgeson, were married Sunday, Fob, 1, at 7:30 p.m. at Ibe St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church at Fairmont. The bride's attendants wore her sister, Mrs Harold Peyinann, matron of honor; and the groom's sister, Dorothy, as bridesmaid. At tending th^groom were his brother, Walter Burgeson, best man and "Merlin Paulson as groomsman. The groom's 'brother, Merlin Burgeson and Max Olson were ushers. There was a reception for about 250 guests in the church parlors after the ceremony. The couple will be at home a Armstrong where the groom is farming with his father. The bride is working at Martin, C6un ty National Bank., Fairmont where she will continue. Ray Pchrson and a pilot friend | left Indianola by plane last Thursday for Estherville. Snow at Estherville prevented them from landing and they had to return, Ray intended to visit his mother, Mrs Nada Pehrson who has been patient at Estherville hospital since Dec. 18 when she suffered a broken hip. Mrs Emil Larson and her sister, Mrs Walter C. Peterson are making trips to see their aunt, Mrs Lars Erickson, Swea City, a palient-since last week Thursday at Estherville hospital. Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson hold a birthday party for their son Duane, 11, Saturday night at their home. Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson had as Sunday noon dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Harbqur and Mrs'"i-Haz8k">.feJJ«l8ip-Ai 5-,an1d son Lowelf 9)!; '^alrov^rK,wfnh'.v '•••> Mr '-and' Mf£ Roy 'Peters,' formerly of here now living in Mason City recently purchased a farm near Bemidji, Minn. The family plans to move to it. Mr Peters while here had a corn shelling business. School Bus Has A Close Call Fenion—A Rlnqstod school bu* skidded on slippery roads Friday evfning and ended In the ditch, Tha bus, carrying basketball players, and driven by Ralph Fliohler, was reluming home from Whitlemore when Ihe mishap occurred near ihe Ferdinand Mueller farm north of Fen* ion. The bus turned com* pleiely around on ihe highway and was facing north when it came to & stop in ihe ditch. No one was injured. Everett Mueller pulled the bus from the ditch, with the farm tractor. Coach Manion was with the boys. INTEREST On Your Savings IM* INVESTED IN CATHOLIC CHURCH BONDS FOR DETAILED INFORMATION MAIL COUPON TO — PAUL M. SEELEY, Registered Representative I Algona, Iowa I 609 N. Jones Street KEENAN & CLAREY, INC. Please send information on Catholic Church $1000 So I Can Buy A New Roof. I Forgot To See Jim Kolph Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AG- ENCV For Complete Fire - Hail — Wind Insurance Before The Windstorm! CARD ,OF THANKS , I want to thank all my relatives and friends for the lovely .cards, gifts and flowers that were sent to me while I was 'in thq hospital at Fort Dodge, Algona and Rochester, Minn. Also want to thank Rev. Peters. Thank you. Eleanor Meyer. 7* BONE The leg'bone of a fossil horse was found recently near Turin. The bone was taken to the Sanford Museum where it will be added to the Turin collection which includes skeletal remains of about 15 kinds of animals. 4-H Bake Sale Held Springfield Sparklers held a bake sale Feb. 7 at Carpenter's Hardware store in Ledyard. Phone 4-2421 OR 4-3174 Bonds to: COMPLETE LINE OF NURSERY STOCK Shade Trees - Fruit tre«* . Flowering Shrubs — R6§£» *~ Evergreen* ALMEY & BETCHEL Flowering Crabs VAUGHN AND BURPEE Flower And Garden Seedi Watch For Opening DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER Mr and Mrs Orville Duncan (TFN) Mrs Orville ALGONA Name I Address | For All Sizes & Weights of T A ft P S You Do Better At WILLE'S. CANVAS & Upholstery 206 West State, Algona TFN Due to the recent death of Alfred Gammelgaard we will hold a Public Auction on farm located '/2 mile west of Ringsted on V. and C, Lunch on grounds Sale starts at 1 o'clock SERVICES Gel Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP KEYS MADE at Coast-to-Coast BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS for evening appointments Phone CY 4-3690 CY 4-4609 or CY 4-2019 Store — CY 4-3837 R. O. Bjustrom — CY 4-3690 Frank Moulton — CY 4-4609 J. D. Burns — CY 4-2019 Jackie Kelley — CY 4-3786 Established 1925 Easy Terms ^^ SURPRISE* Do you know what it is? To find out compare our Automobile Rates before you renew your present policy. .• t '•''",-,. . •> . ., , Complete protection' at a SAVJNGS. Feel free to stop in and talk this over with me. CLAIR S. BLOSSOM North of Iowa State Bank Phone CY 4-2735 Algona, Iowa (5-8) USED-APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! WESTINGHOUSE Electric Clothes Dryer Slightly Used $99.95 Ranges Florence Apartment Size Gas Range — __„ $35.00 Frigidaire Electric Range — Dow ble Oven - $99.95 Universal Electric Range — ______ $49.91 Apt. Size Westinghouse Electric Range — Repossessed — Reg. $219.95 - NOW ____ $99.95 Westinghouse 40" Electric Rang! ; p _.;:_ $99.9S Moore Combination Gas, Coal & Wood Range $49.95 Walererj Napsack Emery Wheel; 1/3 H«s* Mot9f? l /V Horse. Mptor* Tank Header ? Steel' Tank? Picnic Ta^ej Lawn, Jv|Qwer; Soms Hay W4 Goo < i Straw; Numerous Qjher i &rtt$?s, ..... * .. >,j HOUSEHOLD Cocker; Davenpofi arid (?hair ? Piano. TsWf spd § OU * ?Utiprm ' 35 i,4 Head of Livestock, including 22 Head of Choice Hereford Steer Cqlyes and 13 Head of Sheep. One black face Buck. 12 Colombia Ewes — bred to choice black face buck. ', Thtfo Tr.qctors — 195'! Mc-D. Model 'H' Farmall Tractor; Mc-P. Model 'B' Tractor complete with exhaust lift cultivator; Farmer's Friend Elevator in good condition - hoist and speed jack; Mc-P. ] P. single row Picker with rear elevator; J. D. 2-bottom 12-inch frpctpr'Plow; Mc-D. 2 row corn Planter; Wooden wheel Wagon with triple box; Rubber tired wagon with flare box; Hay Rack; 8 ft. Binder; 5 ft, Mower; Mc-D. 10 ft. Tractor Disc; New Idea fide:Delivery Rake; Rubber Tired Tractor; Pump Rake; 4 section Drag; New Me fork,.Feed bunk, stock t«mk, tank'heater, purnp jack with motor, forks/ shovels, slings, log chains, tools, et^, ^ Household Goods* ''ifrfWKl.r-Abo^t 3,000 bushel* of eor co/n in crib, corn will be sold 70 |bs,, fo the bu, in the ear or 5$ Jbs. to the bu. shelled, 600 bushels, Qg.ts,, seyerq! hundred bales of Alfalfa Hay to be piled,in |^Q Baft Jots? some Strgw. •. . Vto' - unlil settled for. Not responsible ' Myrtle Gammelgaard, Executrix C}ark and Clark, Auctioneers Ccunty Ri^§:Je4« Clffk F-R-E-E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See* Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service • PNonoqraph Records KOSSUTH RADIO ?14 E. State • Phone CY 4-465) ^ "T-V VIEWERS" Plenty of Good USED SETS Beginning As Low As $50 See Them At ALGONA REFRIGERATION ALGONA Livestock Auction Iowa's Cleanest Sale Barn SALE EVERY FRIDAY Starting At 1:00 P.M. 2% COMMISSION On Consignments Trucks available at all times. Call us to look at your livestock. STOCK CATTLE AND FEEDER PIGS FOR SALE EVERY WEEK I ' . Fred Benfele & Henry Moore OPERATORS TELEPHONE CY 4-2648 Washers & Dryers Apex Conventional Washer -r New Guarantee _!__ $69.9S Frigidaire, rebuilt, all porcelaU washer, one year guarantet - $99.95 Easy Spin-Dryer Was $229.95 -« NOW $100.00 1 Yr. Guarantee! Refrigerators Frigidaire 8 cu. ft.,'sealed unit -* $50 Westinghouse 8 cu. ft. sealed unit - $25.00 Kelvtnator 8 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator - $49.95 Good Used Them Now ! Freezers Freezers — See TAKE FOR 8 PAYMENTS of $5 EACH SINGER ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE JOHN MORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT STEERS GERALD FRANKL CATTLE BUYER CAU AL6ONA, CYpress 4-2061 ' •:• OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Read/To Sell-Call Worrell! > - UtaittHUIIII!llt»llllllllffllllllllHlHIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIUIiHI««^^^^ T-V SETS terrific Trade In Price Being Civen On All New Westinghouse T.V.'s Being Bought Herel 2 Used 17" Councole T.V/s Vacuum Cleaners Upright and'tank type vqcuunt cleaners ... $10 and up USED ELECTRIC MOTbRS Ve have H,P. them, all tp 1V4 H,P, A Complete Line Of Smiil Ap* c' pliances, Including Mixers,'Toast,,,': ers, Hot Plates* etp, _Jus|'; ; AfK- ! ;> Us — We Ppin Save Yopij| 1^$ \fj On Good Mer<;hanc}iae, «''>,.: 'V*i EASY TEHMS

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