Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 7
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FIND , = C M..U 90th birthday is observed by Wesley woman Wesley — Mrs, E. M. Paulson was given a birthday dinner July 29 by Anna and Ethel Flom. It was her 90th birthday. The guests wet? Mrs. Mary Peters, Mrs. Ann* Hansen, Mrs. Frank Johnson and Alma Funnemark. liflClll 11(1, I, i. Mli»>T fco :y. ».» «l A .. WML f* .ONNLOltUr ML ^JJJ^A^JM ARNDORFER REUNION An Arndorfer reunion was held Sunday in the Ciity park. John Arndorfer, a resident of the Good Samaritan Home, Algona, and his nine children were present. They wera Mrs. E. C. Campbell, Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Ray Me- Kenna, San Diego, Calif., Lt. . . Col. Gordon Loebig family, er arnved who will be stationed at Sil- Guernsey, . ver Springs, Colo., the Leo had spenl two weeks with the Goetzes, Wesley, Walter Ldch- National Guard. «-»— Mary Janet Sister Mary Pat Lewis, of the Mt. Oarmel Convent, Dubuque, and Sister Mary Katli- ryn of the same convent were Saturday guests of the former's aunt, Mrs. Blanche Wagner. They also visited Mrs. Clara Haverly and the Jim Haverlys. Sister Mary 'Lewis is a granddaughter of Pete Haverly and the late Daisy Haverly of Mt. Angel, Ore. She teaches nursing and music in Seattle, Wash., and Sister Kathryn teaches in Chicago. Jane and Ann Eisenbacher dame home Saturday from Bartlesville, Okla., where Jane had spent a month and Ann two months at their sister, the Al Goransons, Jane's fiance Terry Krout brought the girls home. Linda Eisenbacher went back with Terry and will visit her sister till August 26. She will be a junior a Garrigan this fall. The girls are daughters of Vine Eisenbacher. Jim Eisewbach- lime Sunday from Wyo., where he For Rent Sister Mary Janet Goetz. left for Dubuque Wednesday. She came for the funeral of Bud Arndorfers and Wayne ner grandfather, Mike Goetz, Arndorfers, Algona, and Dan and **** ^IJ. a guest at her parental Philip Goetz's. Sho ters, Algona, Len Arndorfers, Wesley, Arnold Arndorfers and Art Arndorfer, Corwith, Arndorfer, Cedar Rapids. ATTEND WEDDING The George Hirners, Lucille and Anna Mae, drove to Palmyra Friday morning and Saturday evening at 5:30 attended the wedding of a niece and cousin, Mary Lee Hirnei. daughter of the Leo Hirner in the Catholic church. The Wesleyans also visited relatives in Quincy, 111. reltunir ing home Sunday evening. will do departmental teaching in the 6, 7, and 8th grades at St. Patricks parochial school in Sheldon and will also teach science and other subjects. The Merlin Studer's boy. born May 28 pre-maturely. was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips. He was named Andrew James. Sponsors were the Jim McEnroes, Algona. Other Sunday guests REUNION-IS HELD were M"" 8 - Studer's parents, A family reunion was held **, £<«' • Busch *™- M $" m ' Sunday at Mrs. Mae Carman's; Ja ° k Buschcrs, Billings, Mont. Attending were the Philip **£ Herman ..Studers. Th<? Goetzes and Sister Mary Jan- baby was hospitalized ;at Britt et, Lou Garmans, Livermore; for some time after his birth. Tom Gairman, Jackson, Minn.; _***** **& I 8 *," 116 , 8 P® llt Larry Neswolds, Britt; Earl Saturday through Wednesday Goetzes, Austin, Minn.; Bob •* *« Parental, Vine Eisen Trenarys, Corwith, and tin? Ed Garmans -and Pierces. ORTHEL REUNION bacher's. She had attended Sioux 'City,' 1 She "web to Ashton where she will teach the coming year. She FOR RENT — Apartment, 113 N. Phillips. Furnished or Unfurnished. Phone 295-2379, Algona. Ilw60tfn FOR RENT — 2 room furnished apartment with bath. 402 S. Moore. 295-5572. 60-61* FOR RENT — My little house at 1120 East North St., Algona. Gas furnace and is a good home for couple or small family. Reasonable rent. Available now. Contact Milton G. Norton, office phone 2953836, home 295-2548. 35w60tfn FOR RENT — Housetrailer— cabin, modern, $25 per week for two, $1.00 day for additional person or $5.00 a week. Day rate — $5.00 a day for two, large cabin available on some dates, phone 3363331, Mrs. C. C. Watkins, RR #3, Spirit Lake, la. • .-•• 59 «0*. FOR RENT — 3-bedroom, 2- story house. Partially furnished. Available Aug. 1. See Don Sjogren at Sjogren Grocery, Algona. 17w55tfn FOR RENT — Mrs. Lillian Cook's house at 311 South Ridgley. Available July 15th. Contact or call Leonard Maasdam, 214 S. Ridgley. ^ 20w50tfn FOR RENT — Furnished a, partment, all utilities furnished, close in. Call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. 15w9tfn APARTWNT FOR RENT — Available immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. 10w30tfn FOR RENT — Apartment for rent, 2-bedroom, unfurnished, downstairs, close-in, all utilities furnished. Taylor Apartments. Call 5-3504 before .m-.-and 5-3498 after 6.--?- 24w42tfn . '1 t-; An Ortlhel family reunion taught at DyersviUe last yea; was held in the City park Sunday. About 35 attended which included Louisa and Ann Hauptly, Algona, Kaith- ryn and Ernie Hauptly, the Will Hauptlys and Mrs. Bill Her companion, Sister Karen, went to Dubuque Tuesday, where she is. attending a retreat and where she will teach. Judy, daughter of the Or- Koppen family, all of Wesley, ville Weilands spent several r-i~ j> j days the first of the week with ATTEND FESTIVAL Mrs. Olive Erdman home Sunday from a visit with her son Lowell and family in Decorah, where they attended the Norwegian Festival. Lowell brought her home. her uncle and aunt, the Du ane Vaudts, Forest City. Prairie Neighbors met July 25 with Mrs. Herman Wise. Mrs. Opal Nygaard was assistant hostess. At 500 Ella Hanig and Minnie Frimml won high score prizes. There will be no August meeting. The Albert Yegges, Buffalo were callers Sunday Gladine Miller's. * aui Pfef fer has been em- -..• . . -. . .- ployed in the office of a law- *•"••£* *.£"• JK neth and Francis, at the Veteran hospital. At Burlington Junction, Mo., they visited _ ________ o ___________ o the Joe Hanigs, and at Ded- Lawrence Koppen has been ham they visited Seidl rela- . H. E. Hemmingsen •«» mother, " at , Mercy hospital, Fort Charles was on a two weeks vacation from spent Weidenhoff's, Algona. Sunday guests of Mrs, Lulu Hanig were the John Nelsons, Jo, bom daughter July 21 to her wr ' Mrs - &° b . Be*"*' Ames, naricnp and bus- Mrs. Justine Becker and tand MV This vS IhS. *M Bob accompanied the Vernon Sd and thT iS£ fkft ****, St. Joe, to Forest City grandchild. Sunday where they were Sunday picnic guests of Mrs. Blanche Wagner were Mrs. Ifcther Boening, Pitts- Brcka, Mason burg, Penn.; Mrs. Fred Mis- s P ons °r s . for sal, Garner; Mrs. Alma Stein hart, Britt; the Herbert Mis gu*ste f Ray Brcka's. Vern«» Berte and Mrs. Frank Qty, were HOW WILL YOU HANDLE ALL OF THOSE STALKS? Keith Allen, who was born to the Brckjas July 17. They al- sals and D'Laine, Britt, and *» nave • daughter, Patty, 15 the Kenneth Lubbens Patty, LeMars. an( j months old. Sunday picnickers at Jim The Ed Thissens, Waterloo, Olson'? for three birthdays spent the weekend with her w*e ;MfS. Olson's mother sister the Martin Hamiltoas, ^ s - Ann Baumgartner and and with their mother,I Mrs. £«n. *»J «* Henry Leglere, Helen Johnson, and Joe! Mrs. Mason Cjty. Hamilton, Nancy and Jimmy 0 .*^J^™™!* Clarion, and named Anna Marie. 'Mrs. Doughan's fajther, Tom Becker, and his daugh- « fonnerly of Westey, were Sunday guests at Paul **•-»••• arass Muunr 4 ROW CHOPPER The best way to handle the tangled mass of tough, heavy hybrid stalks is a Brady flail shredder. It shreds your stalks, makes plowing easier, faster, better . . . knocks out most of your corn borers, too. You can even pull a tandem disc behind a Brady and be ready for minimum tillage. It's a great labor-saver . . . and excellent for clipping pastures .and idle acres. Two, three, and four-row available. See them today at Notices Real Estate ATTENTION HORSEMEN We carry most everything for the horse and horseman Veterinary Supplies GOOD USED SADDLES WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING KEN'S SADDLE SHOP Phone 582-2772 Forest City, Iowa ^ tfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy. Read's Furniture, Algeria; Iowa. 20w3tfn NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 For Sale Wanted WANTED — Have need for an older home. Will trade a new one for an older one ranging from $6 to $10 thousand. If interested call 8823403, LuVerne. 60-61* FOR SALE — Large building lot, good location. Sewer, curb and gutter included. East part of Algona. Phone 8823403. Hjelmeland Builders, LuVerne, la. . 60-61* »»»eeee»eeeeeeeeeeeee» FOR SALE—Gladioli blooms. All colors and kinds, for every occasion. 509 W. College. 295-5285, Algona. 60-63* FOR SALE — Cable spinet piano. For information, call 295-3691, Algona, Iowa. , 60-61* FOR SALE Spray paint outfit consisting of compressor, electric motor, 2% gal. paint pot, paint gun, air and paint hose. —, 3 -section meal extension ladder. ' 2 wheel trailer. EARL STOTT 928-2235 Titonka, Iowa 59-60* LADIES — Earn $30.00 to $40.00 a week in your spare time — opening in Algona now for capable ambitious women representing Avon Cosmetics. Call Mrs. Loraine Bixler, Algona, Iowa. 60-61* HOUSEWIFE WANTED Sell Toys No delivering or collecting PLAYHOUSE COMPANY Contact: Mrs. Marian Karr, ,j. Box 217, Rudd, la. , Phone 395-2771 i 58-68 i 4-HH-il I I 1 111 I 1 I I I I III Lost & Found •eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee LOST — A blue cloth clutch purse in Harrison's store. Reward. Joice Gelder, Britt, Iowa. Ph. 843-4242. 14w60-61 Algona (Iowa) Advance—7 THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1967 -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coasi-to-Coast Store WHILE YOU WAIT n i m m m 11111111 n SPARE TIME INCOME Seven to twelve hours weekly spent collecting money and restocking NEW TYPE, high quality, coin operated dispensers in your area can net you excellent income. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2,900 Cash. Investment secured by inventory received. NO SELLING! For Personal interview write; Consumer Corporation of America, 6162 East Mockingbird Lane, Department W, Dallas, Texas ,75214. Please include phone number. a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City, two weeks for substituted for Irene in the em physical therapy. He spent post office. ' eweekend at home here^ RECEIVES SALES AWARD yer, Erwin Buck, in Britt this 4 M »7 Beth Nelson, dau*- M r. and Mrs. Paul James at- summer. He will complete his ter °, f t ™ e . Charles Nelsons, tended an Amway po t.iuck law course at the university com P 1 . etedfhe / f sum /"f r c™* 8 * and meeting in Waterloo Satin Iowa City. at Bnar Cuff college, Sioux urday evenj and were pre . Sister Joanne Becker, who City, and came homeThurs- sented their sales award * his attending summer school fW^»«J" 11 j** 8 ?*!f*' " que by Mrs. Clara Bemes, the at Briar Cliff college in Sioux to complete her senior year distrjct distributor Mrs Alma City, spent July 21 to 26 at at " the parental Tom Becker's. She had attended a retreat in Dubuque, and will again tealch third grade in Monticello, where she has taught uoage for two years. Mrs. Franklin Fox two days last week at Eldon ria(Pftn/ , 0 M P , Angel from Osage was guest and Clarence Nel- ° their BS-year-old Mrs, Rose Nelson, "Now Is Tk Tiim To Biy Your Ntw Behlen UnH" NOW IS THE TIME — We can guarantee immediate concrttt and stvel erection — ^ September lit we lose most of our help. ui •* '' R ** M l'nfl corn never looked more profitable, !3c per buihel per year — 5 y,« r (oan» on building at 4% interest. .n u * C [ op P r «*P«^« lo «l< th« beit in yean — we l) have a big crop of high moisture corn. It will need to be dried. 'You cannot afford not to dry it your- tt«'^ E ' rly "•"•*» *"d ''•'a' *hoMing mean nearly $20.00 per acre extra profit to you. 3. Can you afford to tell your corn wet? If corn ii 95c bushel this fall, and you deliver 35% wrn from field to the elevator your dock will be 3Qc per bushel. Can you afford to tell corn for 6$c per bushel? 5i* months after harvest time corn will be 15 - ?0c per i > ,. ' y " * «« rn »"»»« «,OQO more profit in your pocket. Why not let that help pay for your new drying unit. 4. SEE MS NOW - We can start work immediately. SEE AND IMY AT Taylor Implement Co , IQWA "Your Grain Drying & Harvesting Headquarters" • ••I Oard of Tlumko Farm Machinery FOR SALE — My farm, 142 acres, about 95 acres under cultivation, Webster soil, rest in blue grass pasture and house yard. Two miles north of LuVerne on LuVerne to Sexton black top. Albert Schneider. LuVerne, Iowa. Phone 882-3561. 60-61* FOR SALE — Pretty 3 bedroom home, 713 S. Moore. Mrs. Esther Osborn, Algona. 60-61' FOR SALE — 7 room house and 3 acres of land in Burt. Must sell. Anna Sankey, Box 82, Bancroft, Iowa. 60* BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? FARM LOANS AVAILABLE If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN —office 295-1491, Algona; also farm loans. ALGONA LAUNDRY BLDG. Across from Court Oouse For Sale or Rent SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona, Iowa 295-2350 tfn • •••••••••••••••••••M CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank all relatives and friends for prayers, cards and letters received while I was a patient at Chelsea Naval Hospital, Boston. James H. Smith TM3, U. S. Navy. 60. ••••••••••••••••••MM IMp WMrtMl eeee»eee»eeeeeeeeeeeee WANTED — Married or single man for general farming and livestock work by Sept. 1st. Full time or Fall work. Large modern house. Salary open according to experience and ability. Phone 583-2283 or 583-2156 for more information or interview. Mullins Hy-Bred Corn Co., Corwith, la. 42W60-66 Cattle FOR SALE — Nine springing Holstein heifers. Larry Gisch, Algona, la. 10w60-61 FOR SALE — Polled Hereford bulls and heifers. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, Iowa. 12w42tfn USED MACHINERY «+»+««o»eee»eeeeeeee«» FOR SALE — Three brand new LP Gas Tractors, three si?ps, national brand. We must sell these machines NOW. PRICED AT DEALER COST! I/ically owned. Write box 400N. Algona. 28w56tfn FOR SALE — A-l PTO Case "65" Combine, complete. $675. Taylor Implement Co., Algona (515-295-3467). 14w47tfn THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it •> Feeders asked (or a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it-Built it like the customfeed rigs to take the toughest abuse,' day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. •> 10* Auger swings 180° . . . delivers into a silo up to 50' high, merely by adding pipe. YOUR BIQOEST COMBINE VALUE! 660 GRAIN COMfllNE New Case 660 Combine 40" Cylinder . 4480 Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Sieve Area SEE AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA See it today at 8 DEUVEIIES IN 1K7 up to 520 fa per hour. TRACTORS MM M 602 . .. .._ $3895.00 MM M5 — Nice One! $3250.00 MM M5 $2895.00 MM 445 $1245.00 1HC 460 $2575.00 SHELLERS MM 1210 Shellmaster $1795.00 1200 MM PTO Shellmaster $1095.00 SPREADERS MM LO 100 Bu. PTO Spreader $ 435.00 NI #17 Spreader ... $ 375.00 #19 New Idea PTO $545.00, MISCELLANEOUS #37 IHC Tandem Disc $ 395.00 KA MM Tandem Disc $ 695.00 : . !HC #70 4-14 Plow $ 595.00 MM D4 4-14 Plow $ 495.00 Oliver 5-16 Plow - $ 525.00 Twin Draulic Sprayer, complete $ Brady 4 Row Cutter $ CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa NEW BEHLEN 4 COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! BRADY GRINDER-MIXER ,|»t .I.-U.-I fl»4>ll»l »«7l.•'V-tl.ir -'-I »<!•> «... M.-ll 1'..lUM. ..I tin «U We will r»t«i*t on* man N»*,l«hltn 4 Celumn Ctn fmuaui Dryer for D*U*ty by July I - tee »•• TeyUr n«»l III AND •UV.Aff Taylor Implement Ctf. ALGONA. IOWA 195.00 895.00 495.00 MM 4-14 Plow .6 .Row Trailer Sprayer _ $ 95.00 ,i G4 MM Combine ... $ 195.00 Dearborn PTO Combine $ 175.00 Massey Harris Clipper PTO Combine .... $ 145.00 New Broyhill Bolster Hoist _. , .__ $ 68.00 FOR RENT 2 & 4 Row Stalk Shredders for rent or sale. Ideal for clipping soil bank acres. 32' x 120' Building — Formerly Big Bear!! BUSONER BROS. Phone 295- 3451 ALGONA, IOWA NOTICE OF LETTING Scaled bids will be received at the Courthouse at 8:00 P.M., August 9, 1967, for the construction of a well at the Lake Site in Section 23-96-29; bids will be received at the same time for furnishing a suitable pump for the proposed well. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the County Engineer, Algona, Iowa. July 21, 1967 KOSSUTH COUNTY CONSERVATION BOARD Published in Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa July 27 and August 3, -1967. NOTICI OF MOIATI OF Will, OF AMOINTMINT OF EXECUTOR, ANO NOTICI TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. »US IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGIA L. THAVES. Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGIA L. THAVES Deceased: You arc hereby notified that on the 18th day of July, 1967, the lost will and testament of Georgia L. Thavcs deceased bearing date of the 14th day of July, 1960, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that I. E. Wprtmon was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further ajven that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditorj having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law. duly authenticated, for allowance and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 18th day of July, 1967. I. E. Wortmon Executor of said Estate Lakota, Iowa Addrei* McMahon & Cassel Attorneyi for sold Executor Alaono, Iowa Address Date of second publication 31st day of July, 1967. Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUOENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA HOMES-LOTS FOR SALE We have an Excellent Selection of Homes in Most Price brackets — See below, then call for a personal inspection; you can still buy with about 10% down payment; we can even tell you what your approximate monthly payment will be (including taxes and insurance). NEW LISTING — Immaculate Bungalow — S. Central Alfiona, lias 24' x 13' carpeted living room, large kitchen, 2 bedrooms, attached screened porch, paved drive, garage .. . ... $14,000.00 ANOTHER N close to supfr carpeted livi — all dow On large lot NG.— 2 bedmoni home — very O., wen%ept and clean, iiK roomllargl kitchen, bath Ijpiment basement. . . $8,000.00 2 Bedroom — One story — 414 North Minnesota Street. A good older home for a modest price. 3 bedroom — 2-story — Older home, has 1 bedroom and bath downstairs; 2 up. Close-in location. Only -- -- -- $6,000.00 3 bedroom —Quality home — S. central Algona, on lot 99' x 132'; many cool shade trees; new gas furnace — attractively priced at -- . $14,500,00 4 bedroom — 1 Ms story — 508 S. Thorington. New in 1951. Has 2 bedrooms on first floor, 2 more upstairs; partly finished basement; good garage — all for - -- -- -- $11,000.00 ANOTHER NEW LISTING — 4 bedroom — 2 story — one of the cleanest and most spacious in town; top location in N. E. Central Algona. Large carpeted living room, separate dining room, large kitchen (just redecorated), f /fe bath — all downstairs; up — 4 large bedrooms and bath. Good basement. All comb, 'windows. All oak floors — Must see inside to appreciate just how nice this home is. Double garage $16,000.00 4 bedroom — 2 story — 514 S. Dodge. A good home for ._ . ._ .... $5,900.00 BUILDING LOTS 1 — New Listing — Corner of S. Moore St. & Overmeyer Drive — 77' x 132' — Excellent area. 2 — Robinson Lots — Near Country Club — the well is now completed — l new home already under construction — good lots still available; water * gas - electricity - all ready for you — See us for plat of area or personal tour of property. 3 — Lots — 99' x 132' — West of Garrigan — Buy now while selection is good. HilllST REAL ESTATE JOELM. HERBST (Qvtr tamtyt) Serving TEQ §. H|R»ST 79 Since 193$

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