Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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Bancroft Register FARM FOR SALE — Well 1m* ' : proved 166 acres in Ledyard township, 3% miles southwest of Lakota. Contact Vernon Potthoff; executor, 886-2569, Lakota. 64-66-68 FOR SALE — 120-acre farm. See Alfred Redinius, Tton- ka. Phone 928-2263. 66 & 68 CUSTOM SPRAYING < •(>•(•< P.M in. I:\HIM; (••Kicrii.i/.KK- 11:1 1 it \MI rut i M'l LuVerne Crop Service Phone BB3 371 SINGER in beautiful console cabinet like new. With'for- ward and reverse stitching, ziglag sewing, ..buttonhole making, monograming and fancy stitch designs..Full balance $41.25 at $1.25 weekly or will discount for cash. May" be seen, in your area. Write, credit manager, 1741 Jefferson, St. Paul, Minn. 55105 or call 698-3666. -.'•.•^- -~' : - V 64 & 66"' FOR SALE-—320 acre-farm) l»/2 miles east of Bancroft, all tillable, two sets of .buildings. Can be sold as one unit or two quarters. Contact John Droessler, Bancroft, or Art Droessler, Lakota. 64-66-68* HOUSEWIFE WANTED Sell Toys No delivering or collecting PLAYHOUSE COMPANY Contact: Mrs. Marion Karr, • Box 217, Rudd, la. Phone 395-2771 60-68 FARM AUCTION Location: 4 miles west of Rake, Iowa, on the blacktop, then 1% miles south; or 3 miles west and 5'/4 miles north of Buffalo Center, Iowa; or 1 mile south and 4 miles east, then 1% miles south of Elmore, Minn, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Sale Starts at 1:00 O'clock _ Lunch on Grounds ' •'•,'•''•; ; • Machinery '•"•.••''-' •"•' •' -• Tractors — 1966 IH 706 tractor, wide front, 3 point hitch, 3 way hydraulic. 16-9-34 tires, Serial No. 33691SY; Heat Houser for 706; 1957 Massey Harris No. 44SP tractor; 1950 Ford 8N tractor with hydraulic; Ford mower and post auger. Cornpickers — 1963 New Idea No. 311 corn picker, 2 row; MM corn picker, rear elevator, 3 h.p. electric motor and speed jack. Combino — 1956 MM No. 88 combine, PTO. Baler — New Holland No. 67 baler. Loader — McCD 33A loader with manure and snow bucket. Other Machinery — JD^RW" 13 ft. wheel disc^JD 14 ft'field; cultivator; JD "490" -corn planter, late model, with fert, attach;; JD 44 ft, elevator, steel chain; JD "R" spreader; McCD No. 540 4 bottVm plow. 3 point hitch: McCD 4 section drag; Wind Power 4 r->w rotary hoe. new; Century 7'row mounted sprayer; MM 10-ft. drill with grass seed attach.; Oliver 8 ft. swather with PTO; Minnec ita 4 bar side delivery rake; Winters 4 bottom stubble turner; JD combine motor power unit; Humboldt stalk cutter- Corn saver .shields; Road drag. Feed Equipment A Miscellaneous Truck — 1962 Chevrolet % ton pickup. > Feed — 900 bales of alfalfa; 100 bales of straw. CHRIST BERG ESTATE, owners Herman Wedel, Fairmont, Minn.; Roy Johnson, Buffalo Center, Iowa, Auctioneers State Sayings Bank of Rake, Iowa, Clerk SALE PRICED • Honda 450 (100 miles on this one) ._ only $895 • New Ozark 10 pickup camper, furnace and oven $1175 • 10 new and used pickup campers in stock. • Several new and used tent and regular trailer* on hand.. Open 1:00 to 9:00 p.m., daily THOMPSON'S Phone 925-4000 Lone Rock, Iowa FOR LEASE Fully: equipped beauty salon fc for fpUr dperatdrs; Six dryers. Excellent location. Ground floor. Utilities furnished and air conditioned. $150 first 6 months. $175 next 6 months, Contact . ALGONA HOTEL Algona, Iowa WANTED — Beauty Opera-- tors, guaranteed wages to start. Call Delrae Kemna, 2955162, Sheakleys Beauty Salon, Algona, Iowa. 16w68 FOR SALE — Used golf cart, completely reconditioned. John Shaw, 295-3657, Algona, Iowa. " ' 12w68 FOR SALE — Two CB77 Sup-' er Hawk Hondas, 1965 and 1966. Must sell immediately, phone 295-2638, Algona, la. ' ' There will be offered for sale at public auction the following de- ccribed land: DESCRIPTION: The Southwest Quarter (SWVi) of Section 20 and the Southeast Quarter (SEV4) Section 19, Township 98 North, Range 28 West of the 5th P.M., Ramsey Township, Kossuth County, Iowa. PLACE OF SALE: Sale will take place on the premises of the Southwest Quarter (SWV4) of Section 20, which is one and one-half (1 !/z) miles east of Bancroft., - ' • TIME OF SALE; Wednesday, September 20, 1967,'at 1:30 P.M. IMPROVEMENTS: On the West Quar'er.'here are: 7 room house with, bath; double garage; 72' x 34' barn; double corn crib with overhead granary; hog house; machine shed: chicken house and well. On the East Quarter there are: 6 room house with bath and full basement; single garage; double corn crib with overhead granary; hog house with lean-to and feeding floor and well. ' SOIL: Webster and Clarion loam in good state of cultivation and well tiled. .:.-.. This land will be offered first as quarter sections and then as an entire unit of a half section, whichever way brings the best price. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down on day of sale with buyer to enter into contract and balance in cash on or about March 1, 1968. Seller to pay general taxes for 1967 due in 1968 one! all prior taxes, if any..Abstract showing merchantable title and warranty deed will be fur-, /lished purchaser. "" — • POSSESSION: Possession willbe given March 1, 1968 For further information contact John Droessler, Bancroft, Iowa; Arthur Droessler, Lakota, Iowa; Charley Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa; or Shumway, Kel ly & Fristedt, Attorneys for the Estate of Theresa Droessler, Algona, Iowa. Auctioneer's note: Most of this land has been in the Proctsler family since 19Q1 and in q aopd state of cultivation. If you are interested in buying a farm for a home or as on investment, don't overlook rhitavc- tion. * Charley Quinn HEIRS OF THERESA DROESSlfR, Owners CHARtlY QUINN, Auctionssr, |on sr o|r, Iowa Kossuth County Advance Phone 29S M A I q o n .•< I o w .> YOITVE NEVER VISITED READ'S FURNITURE YOU HAVE MISSED NORTH IOWA'S FINEST! Yes, ladies, if you hava navar browsed through tha cool, air-conditionad Read's Furniture. Store in Algona, then you don't raaliza what a baautiful storo thara is just a law driving miles from you ... latest designs, patterns and stylas of furniture in a modern sotting. A complete carpet section with sales throughout the entire area. And an experienced interior decorator to help you solve your problems. Won't you stop in at READ'S in ALGONA this week? FURNITURE AND WATSON INTERIORS 295-2216 North Phillips Street ALGONA "Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten" FOR SALE— TO settle estate —1966 Rambler Hardtop 7500 miles, good condition, power brakes, power steering Dr. John Schutter, Algona, Iowa. 50511. 23w66-68 PUBLIC AUCTION . 155 Acres Improved Pocahontas County Farm Land. All tillable, Webster and Clarion loam. •.!'.••••..•;.-,;;. ,.„,•• ' - : -.•-• Thursday, Sept. 7, 1967 1:30 p.m. ; Location: From West Bend, 5 : miles south, 3% miles west, mile north. Contact Winkel & Winkel,: Attorneys, Algona, Iowa, or Charles Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa, 50517. LINUS A L AIL A VASKE, Rolf*, Iowa, Own«r» FOR SALE — 1957, Olds 88— Real good condition. Phone 295-5539, Algona. , : 77* 68* FOR SALE — 1966 Ford Pickup. Deluxe Cab, 2-tone. $1850. Don Fett, Corwith. 68* FOR SALE — Spinet console piano. Will sell locally in this area. Transfer available to family with good credit rating! Like new. Write: OLSON PIANO -ORGAN CO, — Box 996 — WILLMAR, MINN. 68* Ink It? ;..NEVER! - fiN^ lar iajUat «• Yair . . . • sta* for i«aristin| tovtlepn, Ifcattfpai Inks M . $M»top M pretKto ywr HIM •rtiljorfr* ftjfc tsj islit «W iidTvMi otwtte cast tots* ««• SMI Iron dm, Hut tad dkt SKS^cSkt *M akwlon-loW, rrt, lUct. CTN. . -dM^ Int sTaH, • KRUVSTMIP Petktt StMf cs«U Jttt. «m «M • KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE KRMA-STAMP Md NREUN in rstMlNd tndawiki af 1 1. Sax, tae., tieim, Wistawin, U4A .;. 27,800 Copies each week in 9 newspapers! "SAV! BY MAIL" for Yoir Savinga and lamtateatt Home Federel Savings ana] % Passbook Savings • 5% Certificates of Deposit Phont 295 354$ , Algona, l«. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA "CATTLE CAPITAL OF NEBRASKA" Ohoica Cattle Ars Now On Iks Move I FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, at 1 P.M. We will have 2,600 to 2,700 Hereford and Anils Steers and NeHen. We will have two year old steers, steer and heifer yearlings, and lots of choice fall cnlves. Here is the place to find reputable oattle from reputable ranchers. WE FEEL OUR AREA HAS MORE TOP FLIGHT CATTLE THAN ANYWHERE ELSE. .Come out and visit with the owners of these choice cattle end see them sorted, These special carlot sale? will be held each and every Friday throughout the fall season. .For further information call us cr place your name on our regular mailing list. Plan to attend our regular Wednesday sale of all classes and stay far the special Carlot Sale on Friday. ALLIANCE LIVESTOCK AUCTION CO. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Phones -^ Alliance Office 762-2050 Jick Hunter — 762 5144 Pat McCarthy — 762-2197 Jack Ressegieu — 762-5294 John SibbiH — Hyanni* 458-2268 Meniber of the Nebraska and National Livestock Assn.

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