Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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, 87, at 2 p.tr,. Mrs. Uvrenz, Burt, dies at U. hospital Burt — Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz, 79, died at 10:55 p.m. Friday at Iowa City where she had been a hospital patient since June and had been ill the past five months. Jennotte Iceleana, daughter of M&lissa Ray and Aug- rugiri.0, LTVIVFIIIJT, ntrjt. aari i*n cnurcn, i/army, muin. one- Meier, Cylinder, MM! 25 accompanied the Aft Oer grandchildren and 4 grtftt stedts, Lakota. granttchildren. Fortnightly dub will meet She became a member of Sept. 8 with Jenny Riebhoff, St. John's Lutheran church postponed one week because April 28, 1916, and ww * of Guest Day Sept. 1 at Good charter member of the Lad- Hope WSCS. ies Aid. She was a member s The W. W. Boettehers of the Birthday Circle and spent several days at the a charter member of the state' fair In Des Moines. VFW Auxiliary of Carter The Legion and Auxiliary Stott VFW Post. will meet in the Legion Hall Funeral services were held Sept. 5. Hostesses are Mary at 2 p.m. August 29 at St. Nelson and Celia Scott. John's Lutheran church. Blva BoeUcher and Jam- Rev. Edwin Bishop official- Scott attended the 1 Auxiliary ing. Pallbearers were Rich- school of instruction at the Hall U9t Merle ^chards, Britl. . ard W " Lavrenz ' renz ' Harold Lavrenz - ustlne TrhH ws n Lavrenz ' Dennis Krae1 ' Jim March 16 1888 at AvEa ^demeski. Hmorary pjJJ. were guests Wednesday of wfs She married Frederick bearcrs W2re Vlr «» Groen ' Mre - Btta Holdren. W Hiam Lavrero on . Feb 1 19 11 h? marred and Henry Meier. Burial was iWtfK o^rsxraiE died March 20, 1959. Three croft was in char ^ e daughters died in infancy, She is survived by four sons, Ernest, Richard nncl ^"mj^iiMmMiii^MZf' s^lome August YOU CAN BUY THESE HOMES ON CONTRACT! FAMILY REUNION The Wesley Bernhards and two children, Baltimore, Md. after two weeks here with rel- n y Riebhoff, Ethel' Smith & atives. August 27 a family Vera Schwietert. Program picnic was held at the Ray is by Genevieve Graham and Wcstling home. Present were Lofie MoMullen. C. B. Chipman came homc Thursday and is convalescing at home. He had surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City the week before. WSCS meets at Burt Methodist church at 2 p.m. Sept. 6. Hostesses are Leona Lov- J, Burnadinc Opheim, Jen- so paid) foftvtf of loid Addft * 1 tow* M. W. MliM* .ioid A*«lftl Algono, Iowa Date of ««ond publication 4th doy of September, 1967. Publiihed In th* Al^ona Koouth the Bornhards, Ed Hinder- mans, Owatonna, Minn., Russell Duynns, Iowa Falls, Henry IFaasL'3 and Mrs. Edith 408 Diagonal street, 2-story, Hayenga, Fenton; Floyd Koc- 3-bedroom home. $500 down pkcs, Da'rwin, the Vail Gene 1115 North McCoy street, new Wcstlings, Algona and the ranch-style home, can be Vern Shiplcrs. Last week the purchased on contract. 3 Bcrriharcls, Floyd Kocpkc bedrooms. and Marvin Westling visited pCCI AU ,a 91 year old aunt, Mrs. Lyd- UEELHil i!a Kruse, in Dubuque, and Isln'other 86 year old aunt. Mrs. Nottie Albert, Monona, and cousins in Colesburg. The weekend before was The David Millers and two daughters left August 25 for •their home in Chino, Calif., after a ten days with Mrs. Jessie Rash and Mrs, Esther Miller and other relatives. Guests Thursday at Jessie Rash's w*ere Mrs. Btetty Webb, Mrs. Gary Webb and sons, the John Rashes and the David Millers. iLayton • Rash, Riverside, Calif., ihas accepted a position as field representative for New York Technician Cdrp., in 'the Los Angeles Me^'youThon^,!,' "Pent <a<t Maple Lake, Minn. , a rea P He, will attend school . — in New York for 3'/4 monithf. CLASS HAS REUNION MRS. ILLA McDONALD will retire,as postmistress at Ledyard after 34 years of service there. Appointed by President James Farley to the position, 2, Whlffemor* City Hall, Ond Pro- file them with the clerk of elhfct No. 3, R!v*rdole Community named district .«ouff, OS Center Building, as defined in the low, «uly "' resolution adopted November 14, ' ' IfM, with voting precinct*, a* fol- Vofliig Pretlnet No. I Shall include all that portion cf laid iehbttl district lying within Creteo, Union, Plum Creek, Irvingfon, Wesley and Prairie Township*, and the Polling place for told election shall be ot the Algona High School Suildlrtg . located v at Algona, Kossuth County i towb. Precinct No. 2 Shall include all that portion of Mid school district lying within Lofts 'Creek and Whltfemore Town- Shlps, and the polling place for laid election shall be at the City Hall in the Town of Whittemore, Kossuth County, Iowa. Precinct No. 3 Shall Include all that portion of said school district lying within Rlverdole and Sherman Townships and the polling place for Said election shall be at the Rlverdole Community Center Building located in the Southwest Corner of ths Southwest Quarter (SW'/i) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, lowo. A Director will be elected for a term of 3 years to succeed Robert Black, member at large, whose term expires September IB, 1967. One for 3 years to succeed Mrs. Ruth Bay, member at large, whose term expires September IB, 1967. A Treasurer will be elected for o term ending June 30, 1970, to succeed Fred A. Diekmann, Jr. There also will be the proposition of increasing the Membership of the Board of Education from five (5) members to seven (7) members, ah members being elected from the district at large. Dated August 23, 1967. Vaughn K, Rising Secretory Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, lowo, August 31, 1967, fhe toWtrUttWK 6fhJMW^Jwf*^8y 6f w ^^fi£®Sn»ft«w8: irenase oi,«qu P f ||Wawl ^ ' i? «f Qtofenssfc Titoftka Comollctotedj..?*^ CJty^Com- muhlty, Ldhota —.•.•!-;• ~_*~ Grant Consolidated, Ship, and Rornsey DISTRICT II 'School HOTICI 99 PfiOBATI «• WILL, ,0* APPOINTMENT OP IXICUTOft, . , . . .. AND NOTKI TO CMDITOM after civil service examinations, she has always been active STATE"oF D iowA T COURT OF THE rn N. A. P. and in favor of sound mail operation perform- IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY ance. -***» Mo "" Notice is hereby given to[the quol- ified electors of the IOWA LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE, MERGED AREA III, In the Counties of Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth and Polo Alto, State of lowo, that the regular election of said School District will be held on the Mth day of September, 1967. at 12:00 Noon to- 7:00 P.M. in each local school district in the counties described above. A Director will be elected for a term of three years to succeed Jack Tot* man in Diitrict 3, whose term expires October 2, 1967. District 3 includes Harris-Lake Park Community, Spirit Lake Community, Arnolds Pork Consolidated, Mllford Community and Terril Community School Districts, A Director will be elected for o term of three years to succeed James Coffey in District 6, whose term expires October 2, 1967. District 6 includes Emmersburg Community, Graettinger Community and West Bend Community School Districts. A Director shall be elected from each of the above director districts who shall be a resident of said district and shall be voted upon only by the qualified electors of his director district. You are further notified that at said regular election there will be submitted CIS Community, Pi Spirit Arnolds Park Coneolidatid, Community, and Thrill .Spencer Community School District and Everly Community V'- Clav ' , Consolidated, and . Emmetsburg Cam- Community end ty School Districts, DISTRICT "VII - Algona OBmmunlty, LuVerne Community ond Burt community School Districts. .^^.L,, The voting precincts' ond- tht^pwl- Ing places in each of saM voting plowi and the hours soid pollsi wHI be opened shall be the some as those designated in the notice of the regular school election to be given by eoehond every local school district included In the Area Community College Merged Area III. Take due notice hereby >Wjd govern yourselves according. All .legal voters of soid School District Ore? hereby notified to appear at said election, each voter to vote at the polling place in which such voter resides. Mrs. McDonald has seen many changes and improve- IIHinlllMMIHMIttlHMIIHtHniHIHtllHtl D..it. . ~j i . ... . Realtors and Insurers Phone 5-2491 Algona IS WHY MOTORS Chevy's the BUY! USED CARS 1965 Chevrolet Impala V-8 4 Dr. Hardtop, power steering, Powerglide transmission, radio, $1785 The class of 1965 of Burt high school met Saturday for a dinner at Charlie's Supper club. 'Present were Donald Riebhoff, the Jerry Davises. Algona, David Millers, Chino, Calif., Bill Champions (Betty Harms), Swea City, Charles Klines (Shirley Peter), Algoma, EuOlaire Meyers (Barbara Dittmer), Burt, Dennis The family will leave California August 26 to visit his sister Jume, the Qrville Whites, Nashville, Ten,n., and his sister Nor ma Jean, the James Herrings, Forest Heights, Md., and will visit his mother, Mrs. Jessie Rash about Christmas, enrcfjJje home to California after completion of the school. The Robert Aguses iro- Hanimerstroms, Minneapolis, turned home Tuesday from a Mrs. Georgia Angus-Christ- trip. Theq visited the Arvin cnsen, Algona. Pictures were taken of the group. 1965 Chevrolet Impala 2 Dr. Eilders family in Lake City and camped several days at Black Hawk Lake near Lake View. Guests Friday at Robert were the Simon Van CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the U.P.W will *- w o D ....,«!:,*» meet Wednesday, Sept. D. /\IHKUS » were UN; aumm v«ui Coupe V-8, Powergl.de CLrde A nostesseSi Mrs . Ha,, Bfi » k D A and Vffll r ? ' 0*0'™, -V old Becker and Mrs - Toni Beek were in the service to- clean. 2B,WH) m "«* Trenary. Devotions, Mrs. Del-., gether Guests Wednesday >IB:»U mar Angus> Bible studyi Mris , ; w ^,H4 h 'e; 6l!n'fijh ; ! (Jodderis. Ray Dremmel. Circle B host-" Doh^ ^SBodden stayed 'with 1965 Chevrolet Impala 4 Dr. esses, Mrs. Beuliah Dundlas sheila Angus until Friday. Sedan, Powerglide, V-8, ,and Mrs. Hilda Clifford. De- The Donald Mitchells are radio $1675 votians, Mrs. William Karels. vacationing on Eagle Lake Bible study. Circle C, host- Ontario, Canada, until Sept. 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne 4 ess, Mrs. Victor Fitch, Devo- Dr., 6 cyl. Reg. trans., tions, Mrs. Roland Chafee, ra j'io $ 975 Bible study, Mrs. Frank Becker. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF _ . VICTOR J HAMUMOND Dgciunfff merits, and only recently was granted a contract for a re- TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN'THE modeling program at the Ledyord office. ; DeIeVscd° F VICTOR J ' HAMMONO You or'« hereby notified that en the 25th day of August, 1967, the last will and testament of Victor J. Hammond deceased bearing date of the 13th day of April, I960, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Lola Marie Krpminga 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 dote of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate or* requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by low. 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. Doted this 25th day of August, 1967. Lola Marie Krominga Executor of soid Estate Titonka, Iowa Address Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for said Executor Algono, Iowa Address Date of second publication 7th doy of September, 1967. Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 31 and Sept. 7, 1967. upon the following propositions. Shall the Board of Directors of the lowo Lakes Community College (Merged Area III), State of Iowa, be authorized to levy an annual tax upon all of the taxable property within said merged area not to exceed a rate of three-fourths mill on the dollar in any one year for a period not to exceed five years, commencing with the levy for the year 1967 to be collected in 1968 for the. purpose of purchasing grounds, construction of buildings, payment of debts contracted for munity College Merged Counties of Cloy, Dickinson; Emmet, Kossuth and Polo Alto, State, of lowo. Dated at Estherville, lowo,." on August 23, 1967. Pearl A. Overeen . • •', Secretary, Board of Directors of the Area Community College Merged Area III, Counties of Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Itosiuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa. Published in the Algona K'bssuth County Advance, Algonq,-., lowo, Aug. 31 and Sept. 7, 1967. HOME FOR SALE 20. 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 4 Dr., automatic trans., radio, very clean $1350 1964 Ford Custom 500 4 Dr., overdrive, V-8, radio, power steering _ $1125 SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION School board election, at Town Hall Monday noon to 11. The term of V Jr. expires 18. Guests August 27 at Ed Fredrickson's were the Gene Maakastads and Tedd and the Myron Maakestads, all of Osage; the Fred Dieterichs, St. Ansgar; David Stensels of Ithaca, N. Y. and Mitchell Miller, Toyko, The David ca, N. Y., and Michelle Miller , came Thursday and are vial,«,, ._,,.,• » j D Thc Charles Bronsons have ing the J. L. Millers and Ed 1963 Ford GaUxie 4 or., Reg. a daughter, Amy born Aug- F re dricksons, Mrs. StenSfcl tr«n$. Red color .$ 750 U st 19 at St. Ann hospital, is Hhe former Vicki Miller and Algona. She has two broth- sne .^ Michelle are daugk 1962 Chevrolet Impala Sport ers Steven and Scott. ,^1^ of tne Lawrence Millers Coupe, V-8, Reg. Trans., The Louis Krulls have a now living in Japan. Michelle radio .- .. $ 825 7 'lb. 4 oz. son, Kirk Louis completed her senior year of born August 26 at St. Ann hign school in Japafl and hospital. He has a brother, ^u at)tend ^ Olaf Col i e ge Michael 2 in pjorthfield, Minn., this Mrs. Ada Helen Vogel is year Tne stensels will re- a patient at St. Ann hospital turn ^ ithaca where he is since Saturday. attending Cornell university. o H a ,n , St" 5 o • ^ eet About 50 attended the Sept. 12 at the Cunningham Tea Room with Hazel Larson as hostess. Mrs, Ella Meyer aittendod the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. 1961 Chevrolet 2 dr. Sedan, 6 cyl., Reg. trans., radio $ 525 1961 Chevrolet 4 dr. Bel Air Sedan, 6 cyl., Reg. top condition , Heerdt Sunday at 2-1960 Pontiac. - 4 dr. Sedans. Both in top condition. Choice _ $ 695 1955 Chevrolet 1 Ton Step Van. Dual tirei. Runt flood $ 150 1957 Chrysler 2 dr. Hardtop, Saratoga. Top mech. condition - .. $ 275 1960 Chevrolet 4 dr. Station Wagon. Needs body work. As is .. . $ 200 USED TRUCKS 1964 Dodge Pickup — 6 cyl., low mileage. Clean $1275 1963 Ford Econoline Van, white color $ 595 1959 Chevrolet % Ton Pickup. Good engine, near new 700x15—0 ply truck tires $ 295 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND FOR LEASE FOR SALE: Asa Brick Building — 124- N. Moore St. — very well suited for single or double occupancy PLUS an overhead 5-room (2 bedroom) apartment — the apartment rental income will carry the ownership of this building by itself — OWNERS say MUST BE SOLD Extremely well located corner COMMERCIAL lot (has house on it now producing $720.00 income) full-siie lot — 66' x 132' — located very close to new Post Office; Guardian and conservator now is authorized to SELL — any sale of this property will have to be court approved; more details for you upon request. FOR LEASE: Ron & Jack's space on North Dodge Street — • interior size is 44' x 88'; this building is quite versatile; owner will improve to suit new tenant. Excellent income producing Major Algona eating establishment — on 2 major U. S. Highway* — large amount of ground included; tremendous business now insures new owner of continued high income; this is available on cash or contract — see us for further detail* and particulars. Herbst Real Estate JOEL M. HERBST — (Over Penney*) (Serving Algona's Real Estate needs since 1936) 68-71 TED S. HERBST 295-3733 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuihn at Charles City Simir day, August 27. Mr. and Mr*. Chester Wil ley are going to Lansing for the weekend and will assist at the celebration, of th<; twenity-'fiftlh wedding anniversary of Mrs. Willey's' mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Helle. The Willeys will leave here Saturday afternoon and return home Monday evening. Mr*. Beecher Lan» was •hostess to iher 500 club Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson are going to Manchester to attend the wedding of their granddaughter Joan DeGrot- te and Tom Shelley Saturday altemoon at 2:30 in the Congregational church: The bride 'is doing secretarial work arid the bridegroom is attending the University at Iowa City where they will be at home. The bride is a daughter of Mfrs. Charles Simmons. Judy Taylor ha* returned from a vacation in England with friends and is again employed at Amets in the National Animal Disease laboratories. Mr*. Anna Wagner entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. Mr*. Ted Larson entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mr*. Frank Vera went to Estherville Thursday to sec her aunt, Mrs. Ivy Wold. En- route home she stopped in Bancroft to sec Mrs. Ivy Hutton. Jimmie, son of Hugh Black .has been hospitalized at St. Ann with a concussion suffered while at the State Fair in Des Moines. He fell from the conveyer which takes fair attendants to the campiny grounds where the Black's damper was located and struck i on the side of his head. Doctors permitted him to be brought home to St. Ann where he is making good recovery. Gary, ton of Mr. and Mr*. G. W. Naylor will go to Indianola September 13 to enter upon his senior year at Simpson college. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor were at Des Moines Sunday and visited Mr. Naylor's brother-inlaw, A. W. And" son of Beaman who had undergone surgery at Iowa Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Gail Haate 'have been visited by their son Don who was in Boot Training at San Diego. He was home for two weeks and has returned to San Diego. Weekend visitor* of the Letlie Dentons, rural Algona, wdre Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merril, Buffalo, Mo. Mr*. Walter Steven if being visited a month by her grand-daughter, Starlinda daughter of Mrs. June Cook, of Monte Bello, Calif. Mr. and Mr*. Willi* Marshall, Bruce and Micki have returned from a vacation at Yellowstone National Park, the Tetons and Black Hills. Friday they went to Des Moines to attend the State Fair. Mr. and Mr*. Francis Bunt- ing went to Courtland, Minn., last weekend and visited with Mir. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Bunting. Larry, son of Mr. and Mr*. John Nauholz will be leaving September 7 to enter upon his first year at college at Cedar Faills. Mr. and Mr*. "Judd" St. John were at Burnsville last week helping their son Perry and wife move into their new home! Perry is production manager of radio station WDGY. Mr. and Mr*. Arthur OUon visited friends and relatives in Minneapolis and St. Paul last week. LEGAL NOTICES The Iowa State .Prinlting Board will meet at Des Moines, Iowa, on Thursday, September 7, 1967, to receive bids on 600,000 "Request For Driving Record", 3-part Continuous Form for Highway Patrol; "Terminal Digit Guides" for Motor Vehicle Dept.; 240,000 "Prc-Rate" Emblems for Reciprocity Board; 65,000 "Employer's Contribution and Summary Report", 4-piart Con- itinuous Form for Employment Security Commission; 70,000 Copies Bimonthly "The Spec- itator" for State University of Iowa and other miscellaneous items. 'Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m. on the date named and at the hour mentioned will be opened and read, and award made. The Board reserves the right to reject any or ell bids. For specifications, interested parties hould address J. C. MOORE, Superintendent of Printing, State House, Des Moines. 65-67-69 NOTICI Of REGULAR SCHOOL ELECTION ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the Algona Community School Dsitrict of Algona in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, that the regular election of said School District will be held on the llth day of September, 1967, (Second Monday in September) with the polls opening at 12 noon and closing at seven o'clock, p.m., at Precinct No. I, Algona High School, Precinct No. IN THI DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATI Of IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN E. SMITH , Deceased. Probate No, 9I79 ; -'-• NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILl, OF .. APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND, > NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF JOHN E. SMITH Deceased. You are hereby notified that on the 21st day of August, 1967, the last will and testament of John E. Smith deceased bearing date of the 19th day of April, 1967, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Mary E. Jutting 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 (tote of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate ore requsted to moke immediate payment to the undersigned, 1 ' and ajedirors 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 21st day of August, 1967. Mary E. Jutting Executor of said Estate Lakota, Iowa Address Buchanan & McCture Attorney(s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 4th day of September, 1967. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance. Alaona. Iowa, Aug. 31 and Sept. 7, 1967. IN THFolsTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF OIWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OLGA RU6ER Deceased. Prebete Ne. till NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THC ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to mgke immediate payment to the undersigned/ and creditors having claims against said estate shall Two bedroom horn, in nic. residential neighborhood^ Comfortable living room, dining room and kitchen. <;; Full bath. 2 fine lots. Single garage. SEELEY Two Doors West of Algona Theatre PAUL M. SEELEY, Realtor MARK A. SEELEY Offie* 295-2350 Retidtnco 5-3174 and 5-2670 LEO FRANKL 5-5479 YOUR SIDEWALK OF SECURITY Will offer for saje at Public Auction the following Pocahontas County farm land: Description: The North Fractional Half (N Fra Va) of the Northwest Quarter (NW'/ 4 ) and the Southeast Quarter (SE'/i) of the Northwest Quarter (NW'4), all in Section Four (4), Des Moines Township 93, Range Thirty-one (31), West of the 5th P.M., Pocahontas County, Iowa. "Consists of 155 acres, more or less." Place of Sale: Sale will take place on premises located: From Rolfe, 6'/ 2 miles North on 44, Ms mile East, >/« mile South; From West Bend, 5 miles South, 3 3 /j miles West, Vz mile North, '/4 mile West, '/> mile North; and From Mallard, 2 miles South, 10 miles East, l k mile South. Time of Sale: Thursday, September 7, 1967, 1:30 P.M. Improvements: Seven room modern house, full basement, oil furnace, barn 30 x 48, corn cribs with a capacity of 4000 bu., 4 bins or granarys with capacity of 8000 bu., hog house 20 x 60 cement floor and other older buildings. Soil: All tillable, Webster and Clarion loam. Term*: 10% down on date of sale, balance in cash on or before March 1, 1968. Contract terms also available if arrangements made with Sellers in advance. Seller will pay 1967 taxes due in 1968. Abstract showing merchantable title and Warranty Deed will be furnished purchaser on settlement. 1967 crop will be retained by seller and reserve grain storage space on premises until August 1, 1968. For further information, contact Winkel & Winkel, Algona, Iowa. Auctioneers: Charles Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa 50517 Jay Arnold, Mallard, Iowa 5056? Owners: Linus and Laila Vaske Rolfe. Iowa 50581 NEW BEHLEN 500-BUSHEL BATCH DRYER SOLD TO RAY BEATTY of EM'BURO Yes, Ntw B*hl«n Batch Dryers are becoming very popular —and for v«ry good reasons. 1. Vary tow Cost. 2. Vary Fast Prying—A 500 Bu. Batch Dryer will dry 5 Points 446 bo. par hour. 25 to 15% 10 Points 276 bu. par hour. 30 to 15% 15 Points 210 bu, par hour. 3. Completely Portable — You can dry any place any time. No electric hook-up required — You can dry corn in the cornfield. , 4. High Racala Valua. 5. Self-Contained Hi Spaed 10" Fill Augar, Hopper and unloading unit — 3,000 bu. per hour capacity Complete unit can be unloaded in 10 minutes. 6. Four sizes — 270 bu., 375 bu., 500 bu. and 750 bu See us for delivery now — 3 weak delivery. Taylor Implement Co. 52467 AIGONA.|

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