Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 11, 1967
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,f r" TO HIRES. flHD ..••t : **L ••MMMMMMMMMs) FerSato FOR SALE — Used ship lap lumber sheeting. Very good condition. Bernard J. Meister, Burt, Iowa. 69-70* FOR SALE—Columbia Rams Geo. Pearson, 2 north 2te west, Swea City. Phone 2724379. 89-71* FOR SALE — Bldg. material at church in Burt. 89-70* FOR SALE — Two Duroc Fall Boars. Guaranteed Breeders. Ervin Votteler, Phone Lone Rock 925-3980. 70-71* FOR SALE — Four 9 Weeks old Shepherd pups. T*4 male and two female pups. $5.00 each. Alvin Meyer, Wesley, Phone 6754321. 70-71* For Rstt MMMMMMMeMMMM Nolle** SIX HOMES SOLD IN ALGONA IN PAST TWO WEEKS by Rieklafs-Gtslan Six homes sold but these fine local residences are still on the market . . . drive by and then contact us!! • 105 SOUTH COLBY — 3-bedroom, new basement • 308 SOUTH JONES— : 4-bedroom, living room, dining room • 1421 EAST NORTH — Centre! Air Conditioning, 2-bedroom • 1221 EAST CALL — 2-bedroom, recreation room • 1115 NORTH McCOY — 3-bedroom, contract sale • 303 WEST MCGREGOR — 4-bedroom • 712 EAST MCGREGOR — 2-bedrooms down, two rental apartments up. Contract tale • 704 SOUTH MINNESOTA — 3-bedroom, all new.,,, '-kitchen S:M»^ > 112 WEST MCGREGOR •—2-bedroom » 408 DIAGONAL —3. bedroom, contract sale, r 1001 NORTH MINNESOTA — 3-bedroom, extra large living room, large kitchen and dining area, 1900 square feet of living space, plut large double garage, 100x132' lot, enclosed by link steel fencing. RICKLEFS-GEELAN Realtors and Inturers Phone 5-2491 Algona ) See Arnie, Jim, Midge or Kyle for your home needt. NOTICE — Pillow Cleaning Day, Wednesday, Sept. 13. Your bed linen is changed each week but your pillow is neglected. Have them thoroughly cleaned and new ticking for $2.10 per pillow. Elk Cleaners, 9 to 5 p.m. Sept. 13. 69 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 Perett City, lewa tfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Sen- rader Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w87tfn NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 NEEDED AT ONCE — Full or spare time. Man or woman to service-customers with Watkins products in city of Algona. Earn $85 and up weekly. No investment. Write D-77, Watkins Products, Inc., Winona, Minnesota. 70&74 PAYING TOO MUCH INTEREST? Why not refinance short-term debts with a. long- term Land Bank loan? Payments are low, interest is reasonable. And you can pay a Land Bank loan in advance without penalty! See E. H. Hutchins, Algona, Iowa. 70* AN OPENING will be available in this area for sales and service with leading national manufacturer. We em- i ploy both men and sales ladies. The franchise requires no investment. Earnings opportunity of $175.00 and higher per week are enjoyed by many of our sales people. Part-time employment as a starting basis considered. We instruct. For confidential information and interview — write Box 271, Fort Dodge, Iowa. , 64w69-75 FOR RENT — Furnished •• partment, all utilities furnished, close in. Call after 4 . p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. 15w9tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available immediately. Gill Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. 10w30tfn Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Brickson, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and Mrs. Martha Armstrong spent the weekend at Lo We heart attack. Mrs. Bfcaltvett will be remembered as a former Algonian whose first husband was the late Clifford FOR RENT — 2 house. 295-3945. Miller. bedroom Lawrence 8w70tfn FOR RENT — Three 3-room furnished apartments — $50 • $60 - $65. Nerht Real Estate Jt«l M. Herbtt Ted S. Herbei (OvcrPenneyi) 29S-J7M » r --- raeneraian-i — i — I — in - • •••••••••••••••••••M Work Wanted WANTED — Part time work on farm evenings and Saturdays. Have experience: Ph. 295-2300. 15w69-70 WANTED — Custom plowing. Richard Fritz. Phone 9282464, Titonka, Iowa. 8w70-92 »»e»eeee»»»»»e»ee»»»»» Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Users of Rawleigh Products in Whittemore need service. No experience or capital necessary. Write Rawleigh Dept. IAI-50- 876, Freeport, 111. 81032. 70* HELP WANTED — Part-time . work, selling Avon Products. Hours at your convenience. Openings, Riverdale township and Rodman. Write Loraine Bixler, Algona,, Iowa,.... , ,.;,..;. r V i. •. -,,„-:- '• 67-70" e«««eeeeeee»»»«eeeeee» Real Estate 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 House For Sale or Rent SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona, Iowa 295-2350 tfn e»e*»eeeee»»»»»»»ee»»» New BEHLEN Continuous Dryer to A. F. Van Buren Farm Above if i New Behlen 943 bu. per hour Ben- len Continuout Dryer delivered to A. F. Van Buren lair week, Albert has dried with bin dryer*, which had «ma(l fans, he he* taken corn to the elevator for 2 year*, and now feels the proper way if to dry his own W rn en his farm because it is cheaper, fitter, •nd he wants t« keep hjf own wrn en his own firm. Using 10 year averages, corn will be worth 20c per bushel more 6 months after harvest time then at harvest time. If you have 30,000 bu. of corn, 20* per bu. if $6,000.00. lor at If you're thinking of a new dryer see Rex Tay, Taylor Implement Co aVMsW. AI AAfeii. »**** * WlSjliVil.fi ; • Heft FOR SALE — SPF Duroc Boars. Gail Wolf, LuVerne. Phone Corwith 583-2435. 69-72* FOR SALE — Purebred Duroc boars, as good as the best by test. W. J. Stewart, 924-3774, Burt, Iowa. 17w68tfn MMMMMMMMMMMi NEEDED — TWO LADIES interested in earning 1800 to $2000 from now through December 1. TOY PARADf, INC. Marlene Meyer, phone 295-3164 203 E. Kennedy, Algona, lewa 67-70* WANTED — Housewives to earn free gifts, novelties and toys. Contact 1987 Toy Parade Dealers — June Attig, Wesley, 679-4309 or Marlene Meyer, Algona, 295-3164. 67-70* Troop 70 holds Court of Honor; awards given Troop 70, Boy Scouts held a Court of Honor Sept. 5. New Scouts receiving Second Class awards were: Owen Davies, Caflen Carson, Gene Chris- ohilles, Erman Hansen, Mike Koob and Steve Schneider. Star rank awards were presented to: Mike Moulton, Scott Buchanan, Gene Hunt and Tim Rooney. Life Scout rank went to Tom Laing. Merit Badges were presented to: Tim Rooney, Jeff Higgs, Dan Beisell, Mike Rooney, Mike Moultoa, Craig Lemkee, David Beisell, Gene Hunt, Duane Hunt, Scott Buchanan, Callen Carson, Owen Davies, Gene Chrischil- les, Erman Hansem, Mike Kodb and Steve Schneider. The awards were for oaimp- ing, nature, swimming, lifesaving, canoeing, Indian lore, leaftherwork, conservation, basketry, archery, home repairs, safety, personal fitness, -'"'years and while there met anld Mr. and Mrs. Raymond fishing, pioneering and cook- ^aiwT married Barbara Groch Bleee, Denver,; Colo. Mr. , — » ^..i .« =« ^ ;'of Bamberg. They became 'Bleee is a brother of Mrs. parents of their first child, a Rochleau and is employed by ison Thomas John born July the Internal Revenue in Den- 20. There is a daughter Carm- ver. Me will retire in Febru- ' en also. A part of Mr. Henry's ary after 31 years of service. -unit was recently sent to Viet Other recent guests were Mrs. Nam. Mabel Siekmann, sister of • Mr. and Mrt. Ambrose Lick- Mrs. Rochleau, Ron and Ruth ' teig have baen visited by the Ann of St. Louis, Mo., and the latter's cousin, Paul Robin- Richard Rochleaus, Minnea- 'son, of Vancouver, Wash. Mrt. Rote Sigtbee hat returned from Lincoln, Neb. where she visited with, her daughters, Mrs. Earl Beardsley and family. August 25 she attended the wedding of her granddaughter Jane Beardsley and Ronald Young. 'Rites were held at 2 o'clock in 'the Methodist church. The couple will be at 'home in Omaha, Neb. where Mr. Young is attending college. Mrs. Young will be employed there. Mrs. Myra Ostrum hat been viaiited by her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Cummings of Ole- wein. They went to Sherburn, Minn., to visit with Mrs. Ostrum's son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ostrum. Mrt. Margaret Reid hat received word that her aunt, Mrs. Ed Bratvett of Natpa, California had suffered a Milan, 111. with Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hentjcs. Milan is near Rock Island. Enroute home .(hay visitad with Mr. and Mrs. Art Erdman at Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sigtbee were here last week for a visit with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster and grandmother, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson. The son William is now a year old. Ed, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Welp is home from Chicago, 111. where he had spent •the summer working with the Little Brothers of the Poor. :He found work most enjoyable and worth while. He wUl be here until Septembsr 17 and will then go to Dubuque to enter upon his junior year at the college. Mr. and Mr*. Alfred Semon spent Thursday at Auburn with Father Ed Fandel, brother of Mrs. Semon. Friday Mrs. Seimon spent the day at Burt with Mrs. Pat Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Drees' man spent Sunday at Arnolds Park with Mrs. Laura Arehart. Mrs. David King was recently visited by her nephew Frank Simons and wife of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrt. Albert Wibben had as Labor Day week-end guests the latter's cous- , in Joe Bauer, wife and daughters Rita and Kay and his .s sister Laura Bauer, of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Henry ' have a son SP5 Glen Henry •:<'who is in service and station- :I ed at Fort Hood, Texas. He '•'' had served in Germany three there met Mary Jane; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Uckteig, after spending a part of her vacation with her parents has returned to Omaha, Neb. to resume her teaching at the college. She spent a part of her vacation in Hawaii. Linda Meehlhause it leaving soon for Cedar Falls to enlter upon her sophomore year at the University of Northern Iowa, Mr. and Mrt. Merlin Meehlhause now have a double mobile home which has been placed on a foundation and located in the court on highway 18. It measures 24x40 feet, has three bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, utilities room, bath room, and is a spacious fully modem home. Mr. Meohlhause is a representative of a mobile homes company. Mr*. L. J. Nelson hat been visited by her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Paitton, Ann and Mary Kay of Layfette, Ind. They took Mrs. Nelson with them and spent a weekend at Rice Lake, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cooper were recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Vann, of Marshalltowri and also many other friends. Mr. Vann was at one time coach at Garrigan school. Jim Geelan, Gordon Winkel, Eldon Winkel, Dr. Kevin Nash and Larry Keith left Friday for a week of fishing at Nester Falls, Canada. Mr. and Mrt. Victor Roch- leau had as guests over the Labor Day weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gibbs, Cedar Falls artd Mr. and Mrs. Raymond polls, Minnesota. Ricky and Glenn, sons of the Richard Rochleaus visited 10 days with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrt. Melvin Bay and daughters, Sally and Mrs. Robert Pertival (Kathy) recently returned from Newport, R. t, where the Perdvals live. The Bays had driven east with their daughter whose husband, Ensign Robert Perdval is aboard the Fred T. Barry, a destroyer. Mrs. Perdval came for two weeks. Wednesday the Bays and Mrs. Perdval took Sally to Northfield, Minn., where she is a student at St. Olaf college. Sally attended Omaha university this summer for •five weeks and stayed with Alfena (Iowa) AoNrante— f MONDAY, SEPT. It, 1f67 Mrs. Bay's parent*, the C. P, Kuehls at MiUard, Neb. When summer school was completed she flew to Boston to join her parents and sister. He. BI« i HI nimiiimifi; -KEYS- MADE AT THI ALOONA CouMo-Coast Store WHILE YOU WAIT HILIIIMUIIIII ing. A total of 52 awards were presented. A special plaque was awarded to Guy Giddings, ST., Lu- Veme, for helping the troop. Parents were invited to bring any boy 'interested in joining the Scouting program. The evening awards were presented by Assistant Scoutmaster, Guy Giddings, Jr. and 1 Dr. Joe Rooney. Troop 70 meets each Tuesday evening with Richard Beisell, Scoutmaster. They are sponsored by the Algona Rotary dub. Services held Thursday for Warren Minard YOUR BIGGEST COMBINE VALUE! MO GRAIN COMBINE New Case 440 Combine 40" Cylinder _ 4490 $q. In. Separating Area Phillip Minard. Mr. and Mrs. 1 _ a?* m. ~ U.A<«r \ti HA*•<•] «BPAJB«A t t-m A srvl r\ frrt Warren John Minard, 42, Pooahontas, Arkansas died suddenly of a heart attack Monday, August 28. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Minard, Dakota City and formerly of Algona. Mr. Minard was born in Algona on Dec, 1, 1924. He attended school here. He married Margery Lemmon in Po- oahontas in 1957. He served in the Air Force until July 1966 and was discharged at that time because of a heart condition, Funeral services were held Thursday, Aug. 31 at the Church of Christ in Pocahon- itas. Survivors include hi? wife, two sons, James Doyle, 6, Michael John, 2, and a daughter Karen Lee, 7. Other survivors are his parents, three sisters, June, Mrs. LeRoy Nelson, Algona; Mrs. Wilfred St. John, Denver, Otjo.; Francis, Mrs. Eldon Gade, San Diego, Calif.; four brothers, Eugene, Algona, Floyd and Phillip, Fort Dodge, and Kenneth, Udderdale. Attending the funeral from this area were Mrs. LeRoy | Nelson, Eugene, Floyd, and 14 DELIVERIES IN 1967 up to 520 to), per NEW BEHIEN 4 COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW OR YE III W. ..II >.!».. l-l «•>! H«. t|KI»n 4 C«lv~. linwMI Dr|«t U. D.livfty fey Jwl, I - (•« flt. 1 111 AND BUT AT lay lor Implement Co. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND FOP LEASE N Moor e KS iay MUSI Bk SOLD .1 . 01 i.cr I UMMt KC I AL > I liny 1/2UOU i [ u u M i e . tied »eiy (.lo^c To Me 2190 Sq, In. Si.vt Area SEE ANP BUY AT TAYLOR IMPUMEJiT Al,GOWA Fay Minard were unable to attend because of poor health. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fristedt were visited during this past week for several days by Mr. Fristedt's cousin, Olle Nord- enfelt, from i4nnkoping, Sweden, where hie is a lawyer. Mr. NordenfeU's parents visited here about five years ago and his sister visited here about four years ago. Herbst Real Estate Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates III "WU" NUOH4T AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA MEN WANTED NOW TO TRAIN AS CLAIMS ADJUSTERS Insurance adjusters and investigators are badly needed due to the tremendous increase of claims resulting from automobile accidents, fires, burglaries, robberies, storms and industrial accidents that occur daily. Top money can be earned in this exciting, fast moving field, full time or part time. Work at your present job until ready to switch over to your new career through excellent local and national employment assistance. Home office: 1872 N. W. 7 Street, Miami, Florida. VA APPROVED. For details, without obligation, fill out coupon and mail today. For prompt reply write to: INSURANCE ADJUSTERS SCHOOLS Dept. W-183 7915 State Line Kansas City, Mo. 64114 Name Age Address : City State. Zip Phone LET US HELP YOU PLAN YOUR FALL FERTILIZER PROGRAM! Compute Bulk Fertilizer SPREADING SERVICE! • Recommendations From Past Experience • Soil Samplet Sent FREE "We'll Spread or Use One of Our Pull Spreaders" Algona Flour & Feed "Taylor's Prescription-Made Fertiliier" South Phillips Algona, lewa Now at no EX7KA CHARGE! M COMPLETE ON-THE-FARM TIRE SERVICE e Flejti lepolred e Trader Tires Rec«p|ied e Twbe Valve* Replaced • Tir.i Liquid Filled, Drained, Replaced • Complete Line of Geedyear Farm, Truck and Avte Tirti SEE US OR CALL US NOW for fast, dependable service I *.»;. i

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