The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1959
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[tote Mddel Automobile Far Ijunk. I forgot To See Jim Kotp lOffhft ALGONA INSURANCE IA6ENCY tor Complete Coverage Idrt My Car Before Our Aecid- ctent. USED APPLIANCES Uv AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE | BUY OF THE WEEK! Regular $99.95 42" YOUN6STOWN SINK - No. S-42 HBL $59.95 For Sale FOR SALE — 1947 BUICK, sharp, clean — $19.5. Must sell by August, call CY 4-3564. 29-30* FOR SALE — 25 YEARt/ING Holstein heifers, calfhood vac- 1 cinatcd and open. Also for sale or rent. One purebred , Holstein bull. Charles Quinn, Bancroft 28-29* FOR SALE — 1 HEAVY OAK desk and chair, $50, 1 Frigidaire refrigerator, $25, 1 Coronado refrigerator, $15, 1 Garland gas stove, $15, Bradley Bros. CY 42421. 29 THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS ! Algona Upjjet Des Molno« Ckissified Haies 3c Per Word, Cash -in Advance 5c Per Word, Charged Oc Minimum n Copy Deadline Wednesday, 2 p.m PHONE CY 4-3535 UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week 1 FOR SALE — TWO • USED conventional washing machines — $35 and $50. Cullen Hardware. 29 USED BICYCLE $19.95 FOR SALE — APPLES. GOOD for pie or sauce. 7c Ib. tfr $2.5C bu. while they last. Orton Fruit Farm. Cy 4-4003. 29-30 FOR SALE — ONE USED Girls 26-inch bicycle — $15. It's a good one. Cullen Hardware 29 Air Conditioner Westinghouse 1 Ton Air Conditioner.— $229.95 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes 14 H.P., \ 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all work OK. NuTone Kitchen Exhaust Fan — / '_ $24.95 Ranges Monarch Lee Range ___ $59.95 Magic Chef Comb. Gas Range \ $69.95 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 Gas Space Heater, Vented Typ , $24.95 'OR SALE — 1954 25H.P. JOHN son motor. Shift and throttl :a'bles. E. O. Seagren. Ph. 2 on , Curlew. 28-2 Wanted Real Estate FOR SALE — 200 A. FARM IN Kossulh County in K^" 1 " 1 ? twp.; 160 A. farm m Koasutn County in Cresco twp., possession March 1, I960. Contact Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Bode, la., or Harry Thilges, Irvington, la. Card of Thanks MALE HELP WANTED MAJOR OIL COMPANY is desirous in securing a local man as a commissioned salesman or distributor of petroleum products in this;area. Write Box 104, Spacer, Iowa. 29 WANTED — RESTAURANT cook. Shipper's Cafe, Burt, la. To start middle of August. 'OR SALE — BARGAINS. NEW 30" twin-blade Foley Riding nower, $50.00 discount. New 36" 'loating sickle bar Jari mower, 550.00 discount. Bargains in used •nowers. Andersons Burt Hdwe., Hurt, la. 29* FOR SALE — 517 YEARLING Hy-Line hens. Howard Krause, Lone Rock, Phone WA 5-3501. \ 29* WANTED — FEED SALESMAN, ' also -District Supervisor in this County. Write or call Paul Quigley, 2340 Maury, Des Moines, Iowa, phone AMherst 2-5609. Real Estate >ot Sale 160 A. rtoar Wesley — nice laying Webster & Clarion — fail- to good bldgs. 100 A. near Sexton — good bides — nice laying Webster £: Clarion — Will sell on con r tract. ' 345 A. near Armstrong .— Modern home —excellent outbld-gs — ,bost of land will sell on contract. 160 A. near Emmet&burg ' — no bldgs — very productive 200 A. near St. Benedict — ,bldgs — some pasture. 160 A. near Milford — excellen, land -~ fair bldgs — modern house — will sell on contract. 3 Bedroom House — close it — Only $4500. > PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, la. CY 4,317 CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to (hank my relatives and friends for tin 1 cards, letters nd flowers, and my neighbors or taking cave of my crops on farm' during my slay at V. A. lospital in Dos 'Moines, Al'so v. Goldman for coming down (i UP with me and my family uring suruiT.v. Harvey E. Jwhn- on. ' 29* WANTED TO BUY — good dairy cows and Charles Quinn, Bancroft. SOME heifers. 28-29* WANTED—SERVICE STATION attendant, experienced — brako & light tune-up. Apply in per- on. Frankl's 66, Algona. 29 FOR SALE Super Buick. CY 4-4003. 1950 4-DOOR Webster Orton. 28-29-30 FOR SALE — 2000 WESTLINE No. 702 and No. 761 pullets, 8 weeks old, @ .57 each. Phon» 38, Hamilton Hatchery, Titonka. Iowa. 28-30 WANTED — GOLFERS FOR the Algona Miniature Golf Tournament, August 7, 8, 9. 25e entry fee for 36 holes of golf. Cash prizes will be given away* Qualify now. See us for further nfornration. Algona Miniature Golf Course, located west of Swimming Pool. 29-30 FOR SALE OR RENT — 6 room modern house. - For information, call Louis Lickteig 2269 Wesley. 29* -V SETS Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On All New Westinghouse 1 T.V.'s Being Bought Herel 1-21" Admiral Console - New Picture Tube $149.95 2 Used 17" Console T.V.'s USED RECORD PLAYER $14.95 V. M. Record Player Reg. $89.95 NOW $49.95 FOR SALE — WASHED gravel, concrete mix, block sand. Reasonable price. We deliver. Henry Fehr, 3702 Wes Bend. 26-35* FOR SALE — Landrace boars, nakenberg, Phone LuVerne. •PUREBRED Thees Sen TU 2-3635 29 CARD OF THANKS Our he;.rlfelt thanks to all who exU-iv.U'd cmnfi»rtintf sympathy nui help in our recent sorrow, for the beautiful service, flornl ofl'cM'ings and other kindnesses we are deeply grateful. T>l v Francis Bunting Family. 29' Farm Equipment USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS I—Model WC Allis-Chalmers 1—Model C Allis-Chalmers 1—Model A John Deere 1—Model F-20 M-D 1—Model 30 Cockshuit COMBINES HELP WANTED — .FULL OR part time work, male or female, .at once. Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners. l^tfn HELP WANTED — WANT TO make' $20 or more a day? We will train and finance dependable man or woman over 21 for McNess Route work. Write or call: M F. Clawson, FURST-McNESS CO FreepoW, 111. Phone AD 22151. 29 - 31 * Refrigerators Frigidaire 10 cu. ft. with ful width Freezer $139.95 Norge Refrigerator with full- width freezer $69.95 Kelvinator 9 Cu. Ft $39.95 Frigidaire 8 cu. ft., sealed unit $50 SPINET PIANO WANTED — RESPONSIBLE party to take over low monthly payments on a spinet piano. Can 'be seen locally. Write Credit Manager, P.O. Box 215. Shelbyville, Indiana. 28-29-30 FOR SALE - PUREBRED Spotted Poland China fall boars, new blood line. Bert S. Geerdes and Son, 3V 2 S. and 1% E. of Lakota, la. 17tfn WANTED Two local men! Home nights. $100 wk. guarantee while framing. Good work .record. Write P O. Box 2503, Waterloo, la. 27-28 WANTED — WORKERS ' TO help pull corn out of beans. Call CY 4-3044- 28 Freezers 1 - Norge 19 cu. ft. Reg. $449.95 - NOW-— $319.95 WANTED — FEEDER PIG« and calves. Joe Bradley, CY 4-2421. 29U SPINET PIANO — with matching bsnch. Boatitiful style and lon e _ full keyboard. Must mov e — reasonable. - May be seen near Algona. For location and details, write Gerald Metzow, 1635 Highland Dr., Elm Grovo Wise. Washers & Dryers Round Tub Maytag Washer _____' - $54.95 Speed Queen Electric Clothe( Dryer Slightly Used __ $74.95 Frigidaire, rebuilt, all porcelaU washer, one year guarantee - $99.95 Maytag Automatic $74.95 2 - Conventional Washers Your Choice - $15.00 Each Hotpoint 48" Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Top and Sink $1.24.95 Hotpoint Garbage Pisposal Reg$124.95 --- *39gS Vacuum Cleaners 1 - Eiectrolux Tank Type $34.95 1 - Apex Tank Type Vacyum Cleaner —--.---- $24,95 Water Heaters 2 Used Electric Water Heaten A Complete Line Of Small Appliances, Including Mixers, Toasters, Hot Plates, etc; ,Ju»t ASK Us — We Can Save You $ S * On Qpod Merchandise. EASY TERMS IF DESIRED FOR SALE — SHOW PIGEONS Ronnie Waldera, 321 N. Harlan St., Algona, la. Phone CY 4-4279 FOR SALE — NATIONAL CASH Register. Will sacrifice. Diu mond's. 20 •No. 15 Oliver six ft. with pickup and strawspreader — excellent condition. 1 No. 55 Case Combine with pickup and strawspreader 1 NO. 6A Case with spike iooin cylinder, pickup and straw- spreader 1—No. 60 Massey-Harris with pickup and strawspreader — very clean 1—No, 62 M-D with pickup and strawspreader 2 Model 60 Allis-Chalmers with pickup and strawspreader ..;, —late inodels RAKES 1—Case four bar side delivery rake -New Idea Three bar side delivery rake MISCELLANEOUS 1—Polaris Sprayer I—Demonstrator Meyer Hay Conditioner 1—38 fi. Little Giant Elevator— wide type with PTO 1—40 ft. New Idea Elevator — CARD OF THANKS 1 extend my thimks to re hi tivi'S, friends for cards, letters visits and Rood deeds during my slay in tin- hospital and nt horn and especially the Men's club am Pastor for Mass, prayers am cards. Roman Arend . 29 CARD OF THANKS My hearUelt. thanks to my relatives and friends for the gifts, cards, letters and flowers while 1 was hospitalized in Moray hospital, Fort Dodge. May God bless you all. Laura Fohr. 29* Four Mishaps; uries, N© Tickets Four minor- mishaps were nve-sti'Katcd in this area during the weekend. , There were no personal injuries reported and no tickets issued "by investigating officers. An auto driven by Howard J. Redemske, 44, Algona, got too close to the edge of a gravel road 3M- miles north an<$ a half-mile east of Bur.t ,-and went .,into the ditch. The auto was headed north when the mishap occurred at 6:15 p.m. Sunday. Patrolman Bill Tordoff investigated and estimated damage at $150. Officer Ray Hurst at Swea City investigated a car-pickup grash at midnight Saturday. A pickup truck driven, by Mr:? George Eden, Bancroft, and ap auto driven by Loren Loelscher, •Buffalo Outer, were involved, i into Joan's neck near the jugu- Mrs Edon was rrUirnin« snme'lfir vein. She was rushed to a equipment, used at n food con- hospital, treated and cession at a horse show, to the the following day. V.F.W. hall and ,-U;irted )•> kirn into a parking iiron near the V.F.W. building at the oast edgo of Swoa City on highway !). It ind rained " and visibility was }oor, according to the report, and •ho Loctschcr nuto collided head- in with the pickup. (Mrs Eden was alone in the pickup, while Loelfvcher hnd on« with him. Damage o the auto was estimated at $500, while damage amounted o $:>0 on the pickup. Charles 15. Corbin, •»!), Estherville, was headed east on a gravel road 5Ms miles north of Fenton at 10 p.m. Thursday- when his auto hit n small, muddy portion of the road, slid into the ditch and overturned. Patrolman Bill Torduff estimated damage at $200. A truck collision three mihvi east of Ringsleil on n gravol road at 4:30 p.m. Thursday resulted in $150 damage to the two vehicles. Drivers were Julius H. Irmiler, 19, Armstrong, and Ronald C. Brown, IB, Gruver. The truck driven by Irmiter was headed ea,st and began a turn north when the other truck was beginning to pass. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated. released No Action On Four Young Window Breakers Thero hits In-on no notion bikon lu'i'f upuinst lour boys, 7 UmniKh \\\ years of «(?<.', who shalt.ored a total <>f oittht windows at IJry- iint school w'ilh nu-ks rluritif? two ior.-iys Tin- cast! will cv- liiiitly l«.' Iv.anl in juvenile; t'UUI I. It sccnv; tlv fouisonu 1 went to Ihc :n-hool grounds Wednesday, .Hily lf>, iiiul broke n couple of windows in tin- cast side of tho InnlHnn;, cither by hitting stones wi!h a ba:u.'bnll bat into the gkiss or i us:; m u the stones through Uu> windows by hand. They returned to the site Sunday afternoon and added another haU-dcm-n windows to the total. Damage exceeds $100 according to investigating officers. Afaona (la.) fhuriday, July, 23, 1959 You get MORE for your DOUGH in a Power Mower Injury A former Algonti K'i'1. Juan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kn-d Hagen of Algona, .suffered a painful' injury while using a power mower nt her home. n4 Omaha Friday. The mower struck a piece of wire, which was driven For All Sizes & Weights of T A R P S You Do Bettor At WILLE'S CANVAS & Upholstery 206 West Stale. Algona TFN FOR SALE Ono of Kossuih's lines! farms, located I 1 7 miles east and Mz north of Irvinglon. 80 acres land, improved, all- modern 3-bedroom house, good corn crib, machine shed, new hoe house, compleio wale.r system good soil, all tillable — $450. Will sell on contract, possession Mar. 1, 1960. If interested, write to — Louis Scheppmann, 590 Garibaldi St. Sacramento, Calif, or contact Henry Scheppmann, 422 No. Harlan, Algona, la. Phon CY 4-3672. 28-2 SSil^^ four wheel — real good 1—40 fi. John Deere Elevator LINDE IMPLEMENT CO., SWEA CITY. IOWA DIAL BRown 2-4601 29 Sale Houses WELL DRILLING ALSO SELLING PRESSURE SYSTEMS Louie Schumacher Phone CY 4-2009 ...i ..itT'iBs*. Algona 29-30-31 aammfflppt^^ 3 better homes. All up-lo-date, 1 brand-new, beautifully finished. Prices on all way below cost if you build or replace them. Buy and save lime and money. See Joe! M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst "' * Over Penney's. FOR RENT — FURNISHED apartment. All utilities furnish°d. Close in. Phone, after 5 p.m., CY 4-3786. 22tfn THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE mA MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING FOR SALE — SPEEDY BALER itwine, special price until the end of July — $6.50 pw\ bale, until stock is sold fiut. Weisbrod Imp. Co., Fenton, la. ^9 FOR SALE — 30 GAL. DUO- Therm oil burning water healer, near new. Original $139.9s unit _ we'll sell it for $59.95. Beecher Lane Appliance, Algona, where you always get a good trade. "= FOR RENT — SLEEPING rooms, private entrance, 320 N. Hall. Phone CY 4-2801. 29 FOR SALE 160—Acres Near Lone Rock. Extra Good 'Modern Buildings, Clarion Soil. 160-Acres Near West Bend. All Modern Improvements/ Webster — Very Good, 160-Acres Palo Alto County. Good Soil. Average Improvements. , 120-Acres In St. Joe, Ultra Modern House. Jerry M. Lewis If you have fat lambs to seSI, call: Clarence Carleson at 2961 or 23/1 at the Livermore buying station. Our buyer will visit your farm. We also provide a daily market for hogs. LAMBS WEIGHED LOCALLY and ,> CARPE PETERSEN "FURNITURE \ty FENTON Quality Furniture With Realistic Prices COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF WATERLOO, IOWA (24-34) Broker -,— Phone CY 4-4457 Algona, Iowa 29* APPLIANCE ST. BENEDICT CHURCH'S "SUMMER .FUNFESI" SUNDAY, JULY 2§ STARTING AT 2 P.M. WITH BALLGAME o RACES • GAMES * FUN FOR EVERYONE "Everyone welcome and urged tp attend" Lunch Served In The Evening (2'J) JOHN MORREIL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA i Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT STEERS GERALD FRANKL CATTIE BUYER CAtL ALGONA, CYpress 4-2061 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Ready To Sell-Call! • Patented Bar-tok construction • First year storage as low as 25£ bu. t Approved for sealing grain » Converts to Speedy Corn Crib • Exclusive roof rafter* • Easy-load high-pitch roof • Fully guaranteed • 2,000, 1,500 and 1,000 bu. »he» FORD DEALER A-l USED CAR or TRUCK BOOMING SALES MEAN BEST DEAL FOR YOU We're soiling new Forda hand over iist . . . taking in so many trade-i^s that we've got to move "em, to make room for additional ones that are coming in ,, every day. You'll get a deal you'll long remember 1 WIDEST'.. SELECTION So many people are switch* ing to Ford this year, that our used car selection is \vider than it's ever been. You'll find plenty of late models —most makes— good, clean trade-ins, f LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE We don't depend on used car profits to stay in business. That's how we can afford to sell to you at rock-bottom prices., COMPLETE ' CONFIDENCE IN THE CAR OR TRUCK YOU BUY No used car or truck ia labeled "A-l" until it has bcori checked according to the highest standards . . . your assurance that you'll be getting a car or truck you can count on. COMPLETE' CONFIDENCE IN YOUR FORD DEALER We know that pur success depends on how. well we treat our customers . . . that's why we want your good will and we're willing to work for it I ' See your FORD DEALER and see what a GRAND BUY you room i 1*1 m A160NA, 4QWA

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