Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1967
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THIS EMBLEM COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE! We hive this "Slew Moving Vehicle" emblem available at lew ce*t. U«e It whenever yeu take ilew-mevlng farm equipment en the highway .... eveM the danger ef e dltattreu* rear-end cellfolenl GET YOUR SMV EMBLEM AT THE OFFICE OF Worth Mutual Insurance A$$'n. Glenn O. Tenold, President Jerry E. Olson, Secretary 324-2452 Northwood A Mtmbtr of Grlniwll Mutual IWniurinM Company, Orlnnalt, Iowa For Quick Results, Use The Peach , Rates are $1.25 for 10 words and 10c for each additional word, the handy coupon below is for your use. Send your classified to» THE NORTHWOOD ANCHOR DISPLAY RATES: $2.50 PER COLUMN INCH (Two-inch Minimum) -: -, ii", t-4-K VICTOR .• AtitofiioHc CfejQit • • & 9 Column T<** • 10-Key & M •ucnuc A» SUtTtACTORS 10* • CtLleteJ *» PWICC* Ft"B f.( THINKING OF A POLE BARN THIS YEAR? If you are thinking of a pole barn for warehousing*' animal-shelter or other uses, contact us. We-have the experience,, materials, plans, contractors available and the know-how to build the shelter you need. Financing available, too, if necessary. B&K LUMBER INC 324-2075 Northwood, Iowa HAMPSHIRE Boar and, Open Gilt SALE — Saturday, Sept. 16, 8 p.m. at Farm. Littermates and half brothers of highest indexing pen-rever tested' at Northeast Iowa ^Tasting'Station. Champion carcasses rat Blue Earth, Mason* City; Albert Lea and Minnesota State Fair. Robert Bryson, Alden, Minnesota.: . 36-2t* SERVICES; i Farm Management Proper management makes more profit from your farm investment . METHUS FARM .MANAGEMENT-SERVICE Phone 324-2381 . Northwood THE NORTHWOOD ANjCHPfc.;, Divorce Mill farm 4 miles east and two south, Northwood, Iowa. p36-2t 1962 Chrysler Newport. Mint condition. 102 North 5th St. Northwood. Phone 324-2720. p37-lt FOR SALE — Heider Auger Wagon; J.D. wagon with Heider box and hoist. Dean Meyer. 324,,,..„„ r< p37-2t S H OP THE REACH The Britt News-tribune: Britt, lowa'50423.1. Phone 843-3851..; Thursday, Sept;'l4 GROCERY STORE EQUIPMENT LIQUIDATION SALE MRS. ROBERT C. SMITH PH. 843-3601 Britt, Iowa FOR SALE: Poland ChlnaBoars- Tested Sires. Performance <taU available. Floyd Friedov ASoni. Kantwha, FOR SALE: Suffolk Rams. John Omrig 1 ml. S, 2 1/2 W. of Kanawha. ;'_ 6-4 WANTED: An experienced mechanic for general repair. As- bpole, Garage, Corwith. 9-2 Used Machinery BAUER IMPLEMENT FROM NORTH IONA LARGEST CYCLE DEALER New and Used Hondas We have over 100 New and. Used Hondas on hand to choose from. Write for free literature and prices. Several other used makes-— KERN'S IMPLEMENT Britt, Ima Ph. 515-843-382^ open Mon. - Fri. 7:30-5:30 Sat. -7:30-12:30 FOR SALE: Purebred Hamprtir* rams. Mtrrln C. Knutsoa, Kn- Ph. 762-3678. 4-tt FOR SALE: Case «77 Combine with pickup, wagon bitch, straw spreader etc. Robert L. Penning. Ph. 583-2404, Corwith. FdR~SALE: Purebred Poland China Boars, vaccinated & blood tested. Raymond A. Carlson Ph. 679-4370, Wesley, la. 9-4 Oliver 880 Diesel Oliver 88 Diesel •52BJD •56 UBMplf. wide front IH, WF to fit M to 450 460 Gas. Reg. Drawbar 2010 D JD wide front Formal! M with 9 sp. trans. 52ft. Stanboist Elevator PTO Drive 560 gas 560 gas, FH, late model 1959 1/2 Ton IHC Pickup, bonus box 1600 IHC 62 2 speed, 182520 tires 153 WB with or without 16ft, box, Several cheaper Pickups. 2 \1H - Corn Pickers, firpro $550 on up * to fit M to * 706 60 IHC 414 . Plow 666 - JD » 444 Plow Several 314 Trip Plows, IH » JD - Oliver » etc, 14 ft, 37 f IHC Tandem Disc 2 » Self Propelled Combines Several PTO Combine » IHC ? JD T Case' HOLSTEIN DISPERSAL Tuesday, Sept. 19 — Wesley, Iowa Selling on the farm East of Wesley, Iowa, to the Junction of Highway 18 and 60, then V/i mile South, Tlm«: Sale will start promptly at 10 A.M. (DST). This early start is to give buyers an opportunity to get all purchases home- on day of sale. Do not be late or you will miss some of the tops. Lunch available all day. , , , Featuring A State Record Producer Booneridge Diamond Countess Booneridge Diamond Countess broke the Iowa State milk production record in the Sr, 2 yr. old DH1R division by producing 20,470 ibs. of milk in 305d. In 2>/2 lacts. she has a net profit above feed cost of $1,324.00. In 7 months of her 3rd last, she now has 547 Ibs. fat. Her dam has 4 lacts. that average ' 600 Ibs. fat, This dam is a granddaughter of "Royal Rue" pictured at bottom of ad. Selling 70 Registered Cattle Springers Galer*—34 cows and 2 year olds to freshen between now and Dec. 15—some fresh by sale day. 34 C«wt, of production age, mostly springers, a few milking and rebred for early spring, 12 two y*ar oldt, all to freshen in Sept. and Oct. 12 eptn heifers from 8 to 16 months old. 3 Built. 10 to 12 months old, dams 558 at 2 years to 638F. One son of Brigttn Chief Flying Cloud. S baby hoifor calves, more by sale day. " ,-" Entire Herd "Mancryco" Bloodlines II ftW livff SHOWING Tfcro TlMKi.-Stil. 21 Every animal selling has Mancryco inheritance in its .pedigree from at least once up to 4 to 8 times. Five of the last herd sires were purchased or owned jointly with Mancryco. 80"r of the herd are grand daughters or great- great grand daughters of low as' "Queen of Dairy Cows," Mcncryc* IUy«l RIM, Excellent; 938 fats. A maternal brother of "Royal Rue" also was in service—his dam with 919 F. This concentration has.put many good udders and excel- of young cows and springingiheuers. lent veining on a host < mi mm ami mi CimiiigH, Oct. 4 toy 14 DOCTOR ZHIVAQO-- AR 365d 9y 3* 24,579 M. 3-8% 939 F. .Lifetime 5 lac*s 99,48? M. ?8<" 0 350? F, Grand Champion All Iowa 1952 and 1954 Grand Champion Nebraska State Fair 1953 Kesene Grand Champion loua State Fair 1953 • • »• "Best 1 t'ddcr'*- wherever shown 1 * ' " * ' FfATURfS 1967 Herd Avc- 41.5 Cows 14988 M 542 F. 1966 herd Ave: 37.8 Cows 15825 M 552 F. 4 cows over 700 F (3 as 1st or 2nd calf heifers), 20 more from 519 to 683 F., 18 from 16300 Ibs. milk to 2J500 Ibs. One of the All-Time highest "Profit Above Feed Cost" herds we have ever catalouged. 24 cows netting from $1208 in 3 lacfs to $3470 in 8 lacts. New blood lines in 1967, There are 3 daughters of C»r- ration Bov«l M«»»r, 1 by Pjiwyhill M»i«ri»y, 2 by Flying Cloyd and several bred to him. . 9MRV MUIPMHIT „„ J«mt»w«y tvlk Tank, MQ gal, nearly new S turf* Milbtr*. 2 new large, 3 standard size • O*ri-KMl MivMMtic inflations P«ir KM <*ilk Tr»n*ftr. 100 feet of line ' fumy with IMi HP. motor ^_ Auclw«««r»—Chas. Quinn, Bancroft Iowa; Dutch Leek, * Wesley, Iowa. 'Wil-Brust "Sales Service Willis Armbrust Millard, Nebr. - P.Claude E Forrest "Pal" Rismussen & $09$

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