The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1959
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! Traffic Fines Paid By 19 In Justice Court (te.) Upptf ttes Moines Thwtday, StpK !?» ville, $12, nighf speeding: Clat- ence F. Fish, Wesley, $10, no operator's license; Melvin L. Roupe, West Bend, Eugene Wolf, Bancroft, and Larry H. Allen, West Bend. $10, night speeding; Kjcll S. Bjornsen, Fertile, and Roger Kalkis. Rochester, Minn., $8, night speeding; Margaret B. Anlikcr. Wrst. Bend, $7. night spending: Judy E. DeBoer, Ti- ionka. §;>. no operator's license; Edward J. Kisch, Whitlnnorc, $5, spilling load on the highway; Arthur M. Mcnke. Bancroft, S5, allowing minor to drive; and Richard H. Lewis, Lakota, $10, night speeding, and $5, stop sign. All paid court, costs, -also. A total of 19 person? paid traffic finrs in Justice G. H. Ost- winklo' 5 ? court ths.« week, They \verr Jerry D, Wilhite, Convith, $50. failure to have vehicle under control ($25 suspended); Lcrny St-hulz. Corwith, $50, reckless driving ($15 suspended 1: Edward Wibbm, Titonka. SI5. two slop signs; John W. Biorsted, LuVernc,'$15, stop sign: Arthur E. Hanson, Lnurons, SIS. n-sght speeding: Harold E. Mino. Swea City, $15. failed to stop for through highway. Frederic S. Rosondahl. Esther- Is Recovering Mrs Mabel Paxson of Algona, who suffered a fractured hip in a fall recently, is recovering and Dairy Herd DISPERSAL At The Farm located 2Vi Miles West Of Britt On Hy. 18 And 1st Place South - 1 P.M. Sharp Mon., Sept. 21 60 Head Holsteins Selected Pedigreed 3 Yr. Old Bull, Son of H-60 From Eastern Iowa Breeders; 6 Springing Heifers, Some fresh by sale day; 7 Bred Heifers, To freshen in fall; 13 Open Heifers; 3 Small Heifer Calves; .3 Small Bull Calves. EQUIPMENT 4-Unit Surge Pump. Less than 2 'years old; 3 New Type Surge Buckets, Less than a year old? Double Tub Stainless Steel Wash Tank; Diamond Junior Water Softener 25,000 gal.; 2 Stainless S|?.el Milk Strainers Like New; Milk Can Rack; 2-Gal. Electric Milk Pasteurizer. ' : : •, ; - I .. .. '';."-,.! • ..Terms: Usual Auction Terms : ; ' . „ . ORVILLE THOMPSON Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers First Stale Bank, Britt, Clerk iW.Y ' SHOT GUN CLEANING KIT OUTERS SAVE! LOOK SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE FOR $ DAYS KLEENEX Reg. 19c Per Box ( NOW 2 FOR 25c REG. $3.50 VALUE SPECIAL $^1.44 Maintain your gun in perfect shooting condition. Available In 12-Ga., 16-Ga., 20-Ga. and 410-Ga. *.„ HUKlTERS ATTENTION! COME IN AND SEE THIS ONLY SAVE SAVE SAVE 5 inch blade of high carbon cutlery steel, Each knife has Jnic-celed guard, includes sheath, s . /0 ALUMINUM SCOOP STRONG LIGHTWEIGHT Makes A Wonderful Snow Shovel Won't rust or corrode, gives year of Heo Sin en jervice as shovel grain scoop, etc. —.. . 1 .. . Large Size Reg. $11 — S7.49 GUNS SAVAGE-SPRINGFIELD AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN 42-Qauge, 5-Shot Automatic Shotgun, Hammerless, Modif. led or Fuli Choke. 7 Lbs. 28" Barrel, $87,00 $6.99 SAVAOE-SPRINGFIiLD , SUDI-ACHON ^ ,SHOTGUN |*jSTi#i»iige ,Shotjpmo, Lbs. 28" Complete Line Of SHELLS getting along fine at Independence, Mo., according to word ie- cdved here by her son, Charte! jPaxson, Algonans Get Cable Before Event Occurs Two Algona couples, Dr, and Mrs M. G. Bolirne and Mr and Mrs John Hayes, received early Friday morning what appeared to be fcra'xy. mixed up cablegrams. They were delivered over the phone and they said, "Arrived safely, 1 a.m., Sept. 11 1 8 pounds, 7 ounces, 20 inches long. Everybody JTne," It was 12:30 a.m., Sept. 11 in Algona. Both couples -were e'xcited about becoming grandparents for the first time," but they hadn't expected to hear o<f the event 30 minutes before t'he child was born. But the new parents, Lt. Kirk Hayes, and Ms wife, the former Julia Bounce,' are stationed at Tokyo, Japan and the in- ternational'date-line makes it all come out logically. The baby is a boy, John Bourne Hayes. Sept, 9 -*. Si » , Maurte, Mrs Jay . Utirttsoh, Burt, •medical. SepL 11 — Mrs Eugene Nem- rners, Bancroft, girl, 8-2; Mrs Gary Stratton, Algona. boy, 8-2; Mrs Jeronie Eisenbatth, Algona surgery; John -MeKfeowrt, Bode medical. '• ' ' « f .«. Montag, West Bend, girl, 8-6; Mrs G. W, Patterson, Butt, medteal; Mrs Minnie Elbert, Whitteraore med- Jcal, . Sapi, 13 —., ..Mrs .Lawrence Meyer, Whittemore, girl, 7-2- William Dixon, Bancroft, medical; Mrs D6nald >Larsen, Algona, boy. Sept. 14 — Mrs Cecil Kuchen- reuther, Algona, bdy, 9; Mrs Marie Boohe,v Algona,.; medical; Mrs Chris-Miller, Algona, boy, 6. S«pt, IS—Mrs Roberta Miller. Algona, surgery. , , . - Public Auction Residence Property — 332 S. Phillips St., Algona, Iowa , Sept. 26, '59 3:30 P. M. AT RESIDENCE SITE A residence property, SV Z rods wide, north &. south and 10 rods long east and west. ; v ' ^ • Residence: Two story house, having a living rooml dining room, kitchen, bath ropni, three large'bedrooms, full basement, and a large double garage* The residence and garage are recently rewired and have new light fixtures. Fixtures: -Included ate a new gas furnace, water heater, water softener, gas garbage. disposal, curtains and drapes, '• ; • . ' . ' Some furniture: Rose colored davenport and chair, gold colored chair, Hotpomt. range, refrigerator, studio couch, Dutch cupboard, black walnut furniture, Maytag washer; and miscellaneous 1 other items, all in good condition. • TERMS OF SALE: 20% down payment for real estate on!daie.of sale and the, balance io be paid as soon as Abstract is furnished showing merchantable title. Purchaser must execute contract with forfeiture provision. ^Possession at .once. Cash for all personal property. 'No property to be removed until settled for. Property'may >be'".seen during week before sale. ,. ' '. : 1 *•.'". .•'.'•:•*•.''*•*' ,":. v ; ' : » • • v , .. „ , , Klare T. (Butierworth) McCormick, Owner < '• ' Dale Yungeberg, Auctioneer, Algona. Iowa ;"',37-38; PICNIC SIZE COFFEE POT BIG S&'Cf SPECIAL * , . •- • ^ . Make up to 20 cups of tbfFee, White enamel, black irim. s-a • SANDWICH SPR6ADER Sfo'mtess steel ... the band* iest short cutter in your kitcH- eru Sharp serrated edge. HOUSECLEANING SPECIAL Big 10-Qf. SIza Many uses around farm and home. Better buy two while prices are down. Sturdy, galvanized dipped after making. s-w Sizes 20 x 16 x 16 x 15 x FULL LOTS GET MORE HEAT FOR YOUR MONEY FURNACE Keep Your Home C Amer-Glas filters b Reg. Spec. 20-1" $ .88 $ .69 25-1" .88 .69 20-1" .88 ,69 20 - 1" .88 .69 FILTERS lean and Healthy etter, lasts longer Sizes Reg. 20 x 25 - 1" $ .88 20x25-2" 1.52 20x20-2" 1.30 16 x 25 - 2" 1.30 16x20-2" 1.30 Spec. $ .69 1.09. 1.09 1.09 1.09 SAVE EVEN MORE ON FULL CARTONS CARTON ^ S £T. $1 ^ 9 'ft (6) ONLY OyCoNLY 99 C STORM SASHES REPAIRED BRING IN EARLY AVOID THE RUSH FREDERICK Indudjng §yper*X ion, Peters Ammunition f best ptat in Algona to buy bardwwt -- at Wt Tradt Hardware Department Store Legal Notices FOR THE KOR IOWA, Centra STATEJS or ONE 1P5S MfiRCUR and dlte and J-egWar probew m above entitled court and cause, I •on the 12th day of Sepfembef, yif-o a certain motor vehicle, to wit 1 ' One 1955 Mercury 4-Door Sedan. Motor No 55 SL 104047 M Its tools "antl SB- purtenances. the same being in the custody of the Supervisor in charfe, Aleono and Tobacco 7»a» Omiha; Nebraska it being ciarwed t*at during the period of on or about fhe 4th dav.of June 1959 to the 24ih dtly of %n| 1059, said Vnotor vehicle was unlawfully nnd wilfully, used lit carrylng.on the business of & tetatl liquor dealer without the Stteclal tax, therefor having been first Daft, in violation ot Section 5691, Title 26, United States Code. 1 do hereby give notice generally unto all persons having or pretending to have any right, title or Interest itTsffld motor v&hlcle to appear before the United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, in the City " f Fc Ti tjodse. in the Central Division of said District on the 7th day of October 1959, at 10:00 a.m., then aha (hers to make known their claims in said matter by Intervention or plefl, or show cause why said property should not be forfeited to the United States and condemnation should ,not be then and there decreed as prayed in the libel of Information filed In said court. CLEMENT, W. CHAHAN, UNITED STATES MARSHAL, By Robert C. Daley Deputy, / ___________ (£7*38-39) NOTICE OF HEAB1NO ON'AP- PLICATION OF ORTON FHUIf TAHM BY WEBSTER ORTON FOR , A PERMIT TO WITHDRAW WATER IN KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. Notice is hereby given that a public hearing was held on September 9, 1959, on tin application from. Orton Fruit Farm by Webster-Orton to the Iowa Natural Resources Council for a permit to .withdraw water for Irrigation from the East Fork Des Moines River at points adjacent to their land gent-rally described as that part of Government Lot 9, Section 11, T96N, R29WT Kossuth County ( Iowa, lying north and west of the cbunty highway comprising approximately 11 acres. Applicant requests a permit to withdraw .water In the maximum amount of 11 acre-feet a year at a maximum ra'te of 1.11-'cubic feet a second during the period' May 1 :1 to October 10 of each year. Notice is further given' that due to an amendment in the original application a second public hearing will be held at 10:30 A.M. on October 7, 1959, at the office of the Water Commissioner, State House, Des Moines, .Iowa,'at which time the record of the Original hearing will be adopted and further evidence' either ln< support of 'or'j in 1 opposition to the granting ot the permit will be accepted. Any person desiring to attend the hearing herein an- nounded must file written appearance at said office on or before October 5, 1959. ... • , '- ' ' Louis F. Gieseke Deputy Water Commissioner , ' , • ' (37-38) NOTICE. OF' HEARING ON APPLICATION OF THE STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION FOR A PERMIT TO STORE WATER IN KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. ' Notice" is hereby given that there is now on file in, the. Off leg of the Iowa Natural Resources Council, State House, DCS Moines, Iowa, an •application from,, the : State -Conservation Commission for a permit to 'store For Sale "REAL' ESTATE- FOR SAIIE 160 A. iCrescb Twp.'— House has Vate'r' system — Fairly good outbldgs — ; Good Clarion Soil — $315. per A. •* # 240 A: Cresco'Twp. — 120 A. of .top Webster — 75 A. of excellent pasture — Spring fed — Balance Sioux fine sandy loam — Fair bldgs. only — •$265. per A. *,' * 240 A. near Terril—. Top farm— Very good bldgs. — On contract. * * 200 A. near St. Benedict — some pasture'— Bal.' Clarion - im- •proyed. *'• * Very nice 3-bedroom home —704 'So. Minnesota. i:-.-'. /'*•:•'*. '.••'•,' '''.-: Neat 2-bedro/)m norne — 120 No! Heckart — $8250 * . * . • •••Older 3^bedroom home — 115 No. •Bidgeley — $4500 PAUL M. Algona, Iowa S E E L E Y CY 4-3174 ' 37 FOR SALE — 3 * Hampshire rams, ken, Burt, Iowa. PUREBRED Melvin Rie' 37* USED CAR SPECIALS AT SCHULTZ BROS. '58 BUICK 4-dr., 5 new tirej, radio, htr., Dynaflow $2,295 '58 BUICK 2-dr., low mileage, locally owned, radio, htr., Dynaflow, power steering ----------------- $2,195 '56 OLDS 88 4-dr. f cleanest '56 Olds in the country $1,395 '55 CHEVROLET 4-dr., V-8, automatic trans,, new tires and battery, radio, htr $ 950 54 MERCURY 2-dr, Hardtop, straight trans., Overdrive, radio, htr., white sidewall tires, many other extras ' „„.; ___ „„„,. __ $ 850 '57 HALF-TON Studebaker Pick up, 8' box, '16,000 actual miles, runs and looks like a new pickup ; ----- $1,295 '52 DeSOTO SrPassenger Coupe, good running condition •'•_'„ $ 195 '5Q CHEVROLET 2-dr., one-own, er car, lots of good tran* sportation „_„_____ $ 22§ '49 CHiVROLET 4,dr., radio, heater, runs good --$ 75 SCHULTZ BROS. So, Phillips Algona CY 4-4655 ».»., . «t6ttl|R! M i In thft misttittrtfi a^rouut of m a* feet at. ft maxfmufti tatc of natural ftmoK Worn ISO «*S» flttt out feaeW year. H •• * A Notice ,ttfurthet.|l**ntliaj a Wearing .wUi ijg heia at lojo AM.'tin Octotjer e, 1859, at tfefe Otttte of the Wattf Cdmrnlssfdnef, State Hcmse, Del Moines; Iowa, at *HI<SM tfm« and place or at apy adjournmeJit, th«r .water Commissioner orWS Defttity will take evldonce by the applicant' and any other person eithet fn support 6f of in opposition to the granting of a permit. ... ftf 6. Buttat-d Wtfter Commissioner (37^8) JI6T1CE The Town Council ot the Town of Burt, Jowa.^ does, now propose lo sell, the vaeated-alley punning north--'find south in.Block.8 lit Western Town Lot Go's- Sub-dfvlslort at E iS.Ot A of Out Lot 6, & Replat of Lots 2, 6, 7, & 8 of the Town of .Burt. * The Courteil win meet In the Council Chambers of the council In'BUrt, Iowa, On the 5th day of Octi.- 1989 t commencing at eight d'clodk P.M., at which time and place the Council will receive and consider bids or proposals for the purchase of said land or parts thereof. The Council reserves the right • to reject any or all bids or proposals: This notice is given in compliance with the provisions of section 388:39 of the Code Of Iowa, By direction of the Town council. . G. H. MqMuUen, Town Clerk. (37) 4 Late, NewldeaT6*A's", Rear Elevator, Oliver, tear Elevator ,, 2 Mounted No, 4 Olivers Allis fchalmers 2-Row Mounted Massey-Harris IP,, 6«Cyl. Motor John Deere 226 IHC2-P IHC 1.M Mounted IHCNo,24 ' Others — Real Cheap 30 Used Plows, Cheap Most Anything You Need BRADLEY ALGONA, IOWA ..~r.-M-j.~ 160 ACRE KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM at AUCTI ( '•""•>••'', ' • . To Be sold on Premises 4 Miles Sooth of Algona on Highway 169, then 2 and one half ; miles west, to settle the Mrs Kathryn Thilges Estate, On , « THURSDAY, SEPT. 24 - STARTS 2 P. M. 160-ACRE FARM, CRESCQ TWP., KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, INCLUDES; 7- Room Modern House, Complete Set Farm Buildings, New Wn and Machine Shed, Good Cropland — Mostly Clarion-Webster Soil, 28 Acres n Permanent Pasture. ' " , / , •\ LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Northwest Quarter (NW/4) of Section 34, township 95, North Range 29, West of the 5th P.M., Kbssuth County, Iowa. ' . TERMS OF AUCTION: $8,000 DOWN. Balance on March ,1 , 1960 ujaon delivery of good title and possession. ' k * ' ' ' ' FOITFURTHER DETAILS CONTACT: Auctioneer: Dale Yungeberg, Algona; H chison & Hutchison, Attorneys for Estate, Algona; Auctioneer: 'Charles Quinn, Bancroft. < Mu» tax pnd recappable ttre$ OHAMF>IOISI applied on sound tire bodies or on your-own (/res Same Tread Width Same Tread Depth .-..%'f?'' r : ^ Same Tread Design V\-$ '^ ; Same Tread Quality As New Firestone Tractor Tires Takfe a Ye^if to Pay on 'FIRESTONE FARM TERMS r IB: !i , 1 fhliii'S! CALL US for fast On-The-Farm SERVICE * T'f PPiPft* ff P a J r< ^ e 6 * * r ^ oader Tires, flats right Qn-the-Spot, , if W e can't repair • . u j a t - «» y°v. r ' tires ° n the s • Hydronation.VVeare. we'll loan you new equipped to liquid weight ones while yours your tires on your tractor. are being fixed. ilitffliiiB^ THE FIRESTONE GUIDE GRIP iiiiiiiiiiiiiPillliilil TWQ Rib Design Gives Up To Twlpe The Wear Of Designs BRADLEY BROS ALQONA, IOWA

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