Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1967 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 18, 1967
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• SELL- RENT - SWAP • MIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT - SWAP • HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT - SWAR -HIRE I 1 ; K* \*, MS BET HIRE - BUV • SELL- RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUV- SELL- RENT • SWAR • HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT For RM .; fMMMiM»MMMMM» | FOR RENT ^ Furnished V r partment, all Utilities turn' Ished, close in. .Call after 4 ; p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. ; 15w9tfn '.' APARTMENT FOR RENT — ? Available immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. 10w30tfn FOR RENT — Small house, 1 . bedroom, 310 South Ridgley. October 1 possession. $50 per month. See Herbst Real Estate; 19W72-73-74 FOR SALE — Purebred Duroe boars, as good as the best by test. W. $. Stewart, 924-3774, Burt, Iowa. 17w68tfn Kilp Wanted Work Wantid WANTED — Custom plowing. ;Richard Fritz. Phone 9282484, Titonka, Iowa. 8w70-92 HELP WANTED — Waitresses — Hours 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. or 5 p.m. to 1 p.m. three nights a week or 6 nights a week. Dish washer, 3 days a week. Bus boy for weekends. Van's Cafe, Algona. »»«»»»o»+oe»eeeeeee«ee Rial Estate REAL ESTATE — We solicit .RENTAL and PROPERTY . MANAGEMENT Accounts in ALGONA. Herbst Real Estate, Algona, Iowa. ; 14w72-79 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. V ALGONA LAUNDRY BLDG. $ Across from Court House $ ? For Sale or Rent J SEELEY REALTY CO. £ ^- Algona, Iowa :? 295-2350 £..-: ' v.-, •••«••:"•«• 5 HELP WANTED — START IMMEDIATELY; — serve consumers with Rawleigh Products in Whittemore. Experience unnecessary. Write Rawleigh, Dept. IAI-50-1111, Freeport, Inn. 61032. 72* WANTED — Cocktail waitress. Part-time, 4 nights per week. Will train, if necessary. Apply in person, Hotel Algona. Contact Chuck McVay or Kay Nelson. 24w72 HELP WANTED — Truck mechanics for year around work .with road' contractor. Apply at W. Hodgman & Sons, Fairmont, Minn. Phone 235-3321. 20w70-73 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 AN OPENING .will be available in this area for sales and service with leading national manufacturer. We employ both men and sales ladies. The J 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. r , 64w89-75 NEED MONEY? Cash in on big fall and holiday busi* ness. Serve customers in city of Algona with quality Wat' kins Products. $3 * $4 - $5 an hour or more possible. Spare time, full time. Write Ruth Bergaus, Watkins Products, Inc., Winona, Minnesota. 72A76 Gari of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank relatives and friends for the gifts, cards and letters received while a patient at St. Ann's. And also a sincere thank you to doctors and nurses for the splendid care I received. Mrs. Henry Smith. 72* CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank all my relatives, friends, and 'neighbors for the cards, flowers, and spiritual bouquets received .while I was in the hospital: God 'bless you all. Mrs. Louise Thul. ! ' 32w72 CARD , OF THANKS — We wish to thank all those who, in any way, helped make our. Silver Wedding anniversary a most memorable and joyous , occasion. Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner. 72* »e»o»e«eee»eeee»e»»»e« Farm Machinery FOR SALE — Bundy Alto Saxaphone, Excellent condition. L. M. O'Brien, 416 E. Oak, Algona, Iowa, 295-2624.72-73° EDISON HOMES Mobilt Hornet — Travel ' Trailers — Truck Campers NOW IN ALBERT LEA Minnesota's largest mobile home dealer is now'open • for business at Hwy. 16 & 65 east with the finest display of mobile homes in Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa — See Us Before You Buy! We Will Not Be Under•old. In business for over 30 . years. PHONE 373-2403 71-72-73 Former Burt pastor's wife dies at 74 Notices FOR SALE — 8 close Springing Holstein cows and one good Guernsey Heifer to calf soon. Charley Quinn, Phone 5061, Bancroft. 19w?l-74 FOR SALE — 1966 Buick Skylark, club coupe, power "steering, extra clean, 11,000 miles. L. R. Roderick, 2953056, Algona. 16w71-72 •••aeeeeeeeee»eaea»eee Automotive , Hiifs FOR SALE — Black Poland Boars. Gilts for sale. Littermates to 4th place carcass Minnesota State Fair 1967. Harlan Goltz, Elmore, Minn. Phone 943-3312. ..... '" '. ' •' •" ' 20w71-76 FOR SALE — Duroc boars, fall and spring from tested boars, also 1 herd boar. Paul Bernhard, Fenton. 925-3880. Y 18w71tfn FOR SALE — Quality Hampshire boars. Lickteig Bros., phone 295-3031, Algona, la. 61-84* TOR SALE — SPF Duroc r Boars. Gail Wolf, LuVerne. Phone Corwith 583-2435. 69-72* 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 -.;• •'. ;:.;;.... ;.\V"; ; 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 NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E, Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 FOR sX'LE:.' 1953 •Qldsmobile: Radio, heater, automatic transmission, power .brakes, whitewall tires. Looks and runs good. $125. See at 422 South Wooster, Algona. 71g For Sale FOR SALE CHINCHILLAS Herd — Single — Pairs ELSIE BRONES , .Armstrong, Iowa 50514 Phone 272.4352 FOR. SALE -r 500 Hyline 934E year old hens. Still . laying good. 1 Vz miles north of Fenton on #44. Phone 8892371. .20w71-72 Burt — Mrs. Linda A. Richmond, 74, 435 Willow St., Fairmont, Minn., died Sept. 10 at Fairmont hospital where she had been admitted earlier in the day. Death was a heart ailment. Linda Neumann was born May 8, 1893 at Wheaton, Minn, where Nov. 8, 1917, she was married to Pastor Louis W. Richman. They served many Lutheran (Missouri Synods) pastorates at Keokuk to 1920, Iowa Falls, 1927; Burt, 1944; Ormsby , 1954; Minnesota Lake, 1960; when they retired to Fairmont. Pastor Richmann died Sept. 1, 1962. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Robert Pfeil (Shirley), Fairmont; and Mrs. Wayne Flohrs (Margaret) of Trimonit, and eight grandchildren. , Funeral services were held ^Sept. IS,;at.'St.,Paul's Luther- tan/church, in Fairmont with burial in Lakeside cemetery. Attending the funeral from Burt were the Albert Bleichs, Clara Reynolds, Luella Cherland, Bertha Wilrett, Dorothy Marlow, June Bierstedt, Gertrude Sohutjer, Elizabeth Ra;.'i- ig, Ann Reamers, Esther Miller. NAME COMMITTEES Aid met at St. John's Lutheran church Sept. 7. A special program observed the 25 anniversary of the Lutheran Home Finding Auxiliary. Elizabeth Radig gave a history of the Society and also had devotions. Appointed as nominating committee were Luella Schadendorf, Arlene Behnkendorf and Verona Schmidt, The year book committee is Bertha Willrett, Esther Miller, Iva Jurgens, Mary Lou Marlow and Florence Koester. Members voted to meet the 1st Tuesday of the month starting with October. The LWML Rally will be held at Trinity Lutheran church in Algona Sept. 27. Hostesses Thursday wore Dorothy Marlow, 'Marietta Boderius and Isabel Koepke. .-.'Students grades 9 through 12 took Iowa tests of development last week. Results will be received in two weeks. AT CONVENTION The Walter Campneys attended the 20th annual convention of the National Asso• .ciation of Animal Breeders at Hershey, Penn., Sept. 5-8. Mr. Campney was a voting delegate from Midwest Breeder's Coop of Shawana, Wis. Delegates were registered from 32 states and 2 Canadian provinces and represented 27 A. I. organizations. During the throe-day convention guests, were treated to tours of Her- sihey area attractions; The nearby Pennsylvania Dutch country, and local dairy farms. The Campneys spent a few days previous to the convention with relatives at Ft. Ann, New York, and on the return trip stoppad overnight with friends at Elkhart, Ind. MEET YOUR NEW RALSTON- PURINA SALES & SERVICE MAN eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*e*eeeeee«eee«ee*eeeeeeee*e*ee«e«««ee*e«**««e«*««*ee« George Anderson, who lives with his wife Janet and ton Eric near Armstrong, is currently taking Purina's technical training course. George will be specializing in the sales and service of Ralston- Purinq feeds and sanitation products for Algona Grain qncj Feed. If you need any assistance along these lines in your forming operation, just give George a call ! •••eeeeeeeoeeeeeeeoeeo«eeeooeeee«e*ooooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeee*«*»*eeeeeeeee Let George Do It! Yew Con Depend On The Checkerboard ALGONA GRAIN AND FEED CO. 916 I. STATi 295-3474 PURINA CHOWS CLUB HAS MEETING O.E.S. Past Matrons club had their first meeting of the new year in Fenton at Mary Georgia Hanson's with Ellen Holmgren assistant. The program was by Millie Klamp and Trella Patterson. Piano solo was by Mary Georgia. Present were Millie Klamp, 1*rella Patterson, Erma Pratt, Ma'belline Lovstad, Lefie Me- Mullen, Ruby Hinckley. Amanda Scott, Karen Danes, Anne >Davies, Mary Jane Dug* an, Lillian Fredrickson, Lulu Hawcott, Beth Miller, Ethel Dremmel, Lorraine Campney, Mary- Jean Andrews, Gladys Hawcott, Ellen Holmgren, M. G. Hanson. The next meet* ing will be a dinner Oct. 3 at Treloars and shopping in Fort Dodge. OFFICERS ELECTED MYF organized at Burt Methodist church Wednesday. Officers elected are: Gary HubeV, pres.; Kenneth Hawcott, vice; Becky Bratidow, sec.; Craig Giddings, treas. They will meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in the month. Eastern Star met in the Hall Sept. 12. Hosts were the Walter Campneys, Erma Pratt and Florence Sarchet. Algorra OES chapter will have Friendship Night with neighbor chapters as guests Oct. 3. Eastern Star at Laurens will have open house Sept. 21: The Worthy Grand Matron will be present. Grand Chapter will meet in DCS Moines, 11 to 13. Shirley Amesbury, Worthy Matron, will attend. .All 50 year members will be honored in a special ceremony. The James Droegemoellers, Fairmont, have a 7 Ib. 9 oz. son, Dean Jfimes, born at Fairmont hospital, Sept. 4. •iMI niiiiiii ii 11 iv The grandparents are the Jerry Weiners, Burt, and Edgar Droegemoellers, Fairmont. The baby's mother is former Carol Wiener. Mrs. Clara Reynolds had ,\ coffee Sept. 13 for Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Hamburg, N. Y. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart. The filbert Stewarts are visiting the Rosco3 Stewarts, and with other relatives here. Atffona (Iowa) Advanco—ll MONDAY. SEPT. U, 1W YOUR BMBEST COMBINE VALUE! 14 DELIVERIES IN 1967 up to 520 bu. per NEW BEHLEN 4 COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! I kotix ••* t'Mi •*••».h We will !»(•••! t*» M«rt Nt* DthUfl « *"*«•*« Of»»f fe< D«lt.«tf t v Jwl* I • tM •• Ml AND IUr AT Taylor Implement Co. AICOMA, KNf* MO GRAIN COMBINE New Cut 660 Combine 40" Cylinder 4480 Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Sievt Area SEE AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store WHILE YOU WAIT mm H 111 M i ii 11 ii ii Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates III "MU" NUOINT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA Kossuth Farms for Sale ft '!'. C.i, ^ FOUR FINE FARMS PLUS TWO ACREAGES NOW LISTED WITH THE SEELEY REALTY CO. OF ALGONA 320 ACRES 160 ACRES All Webster and CUrion Soil. All under cultivation. Cash or contract — Modernised house. Over 4,000 sq. ft. of feeding floor (concrete). 2 silo* — 2 large cattle sheds. Good barn, hog house, modern- ised house — All under cultivation. $15,000 down. Balance good contract, 240 ACRES All under cultivation on blacktop highway. Can be divided into 140 A. unit with buildings or 240 A. of bare land. —128 A, adjoining Algona — Hai many possibilities. 240 A. of top land on blacktop — Very good modern nou»e with gas furnace — Cash. —• 20 A. adjoining Whittemore, top land, very good buildings, with new modern home — Contract, $5,000 down will handle. SEELEY REALTY CO EAST STATi ITHiiT TWO D00*$ Will OF ALGONA THf ATii PAUL i. MEUY, INK* I Will OFFICf ^ ?95 ?350 LEO FRANKL 5334$ YOU

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