Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1967
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if- iMMMMMMiMMMM Fir tote >»»»»MMMM FOR SALE — 3 used tents— $100 values • $30.00. 1 Na- tlonal Cash Register — Custom built for Service Station, uied 3 years, new $400 — now $100. Chuck Behr Standard Service, phone 295*3372, Algona, Iowa. 30w81 FOR SALE — ST. JOE COOK BOOKS, from any member or at Hood's. $3.00 each. 80-81* Oarage Rummage Sale Prlday end Saturday 9 'til 5 All rim for the whole family including Dad. 903 S. Harriet SELECTION sf FOR SALE — Chrome dinette set, with four chairs. See at 422 S. Wooster after 5 p.m. . 80g FOR SALE — Suffolk breeding ewes, very good, the big type. Also lumber used for sheeting. William B. Meiater, Burt. 81* eeeeMMMMMMMeae* NolloM •••••••••••••••••••••• - 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 Forest City, Iowa tfn NOTICE MUM LOANS PAY OFF existing debts with a Land Bank loan! Long term and reasonable interest mean low payments with more money available for other farm and family need*. Stop in, get all the details E. H. MUTCHINS, Mer. Federal Lend Bank Ass'n. Soutti of Penney* In Aigone 1946 Plymouth VIP 4 deer Hardtop Sedan, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, redie, tinted glass. Red celer with white top. 1966 Chevrolet Biscayne 4 deer sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio, tinted windshield, 15" tires, green. IMS Chevrolet Impale 4 deer sedan, y-t engine. Pew- erglide transmission, radio, tinted windshield, ..,-:*, power steering. Orchid. 1964 Chevrolet 4 door sedan, Bel Air. Green color, V-l engine, automatic transmission, radio, tinted gless. 1964 Perd Gelexie 500 4door sedan, V-t engine, automatic transmission, . radk>, tinted gless, Me- roon color. 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 doer 6 passenger Station Wagon, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio, tinted gless. Low mileage. Ten color. Extra cleen. 1963 Pord 4 door sedan, 4 cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio. 1962 Chevy II4 door sedan, 4 cylinder engine, aute» matic transmission, radio, tinted windshield. This is real economy. 1941 Chevrolet BUcayne 2 doer aedan, 4 cylinder engine, standard shift. 1941 Remeter 4 door station on, e cylinder trans. Green. wagon, e cylinder, stond. ord tra 1941 Chrysler Newport 4 •eer sedan, V-t engine, automatic transmission, pewer steering, radio. Tan celer. 19S9 Perd Gelaxie 2 deer sedan, V4 engine, aute- meHc transmission, redie. Green celer with white te». Stick. TIUOKS 1955 International Pickup, 4 cylinder, 3 speed trans, "*9S«!* ******* YOURMMEST OMBINE VALUE! YES, WE HAVE 1961 CHEVROiBTI ONHAWW Why not drive the best ... an OK used car. Kossuth Motor Co. *MGBAW COMBINE 40" Work WMIM BUYING ef SELLING? PAiMSt MOMiSt PARM LOANS AVAILABLE If you want either one, ca-1 ARNIE R1CKLEFS or JIM GEELAN •— office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans. ALOONA LAUNDRY BLDO. Across from Court House Per Sale or Rent SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona, Iowa 295-2350 tfn e««eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee CAMD OF THANKS — We 'Wish to express heartfelt thanks for the many kind expressions of sympathy following' the death of our sister. The brothers and sisters of Lenbra Hiltz. 81* e»e»eeeeeeeeeeaeeeaeee Hoc* Dr. Clepseddle's Dental Office will be open Menday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings until 8 p.m. Sltfn 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 yl'iH*^ iV*i!J «11 i w vHti'iitt nv»"ti! •4-Hiiiiviiiiiiii inn -KEYS- MAM: AT THE ALOONA CoMt-to-Coast Store WHILE YOU WAIT HILIIlllllllinilJIM MAN WANTED Man to be Sales Technician in North half of Kossuth County. Ideal position for man on small farm wanting 3 or 4 hours a day work. Use the Magic Wand, latest development in the business and proven to be best. Free training and pay while in training. Write or Phone: Russell J. Blake District Seles Manager Midwest Breeders Cooperative, 404 • 6th St. Sheldon, (owe 50201 Phone 712-324.2327 80-81 WANTED — Custom plowing. Richard Fritz. Phone 9282464, Titonka, Iowa. 8W70-92 WANTED — Custom plowing. Richard Fritz. Phone 928-2464, Titonka, Iowa. . 8W71-93 ee+eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Wanted eeeaeeeeeeeeeMMeeeee WANT TO BUY — Good used bow and arrow outfit, at least 40 Ib. bow. Call 5-3804, Algona, after 6 p.m. 80g WANT TO RENT —3 bedroom home by George Keleher. Call Keleher and Me Adams. Phone 295-3190. 15w79tfn eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee FOR SALE — Spotted boar, also 550 gal. fuel barrel. Otto Schipull, Phone 2955035. 80-81* FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted boars and gilts, vac. and blood tested. Bert Geerdes and Son. 3% miles south, IVfe miles east of Lakota. 74-101* FOR SALE — Duroc boars, fall and spring from tested boars, also 1 herd boar. Paul Bernhard, Fenton. 925-3880. 18w71tfn FOR SALE — Quality Hamp shire boars. Lickteig Bros., phone 295-3031, Algona, la. 61-84' eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Help Wanted For Roil FOR RENT — Apartment; close in. Available Nov. 1. John Love. r 9w79tfi» FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all ntilities furnished, close in. Call after 4 p.m , phone 5-3786, Algona. 15w9tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. IQwSOtfri FOR RENT — Close in 1 bedroom home, $50.00 per month. ; Herbst Real Estate, over , Penney?,, QO?. iY/15w78-8l •eeeMeeeeMeeeeeeeeee Real Estatt eeeoeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeee* FOR SALE — Modern 4 bedroom home with garage attached. Full bath down, % bath up: Combination windows and doors. Gas heat, beautiful river view. Tom Frankl, 720 W. Nebraska, Algona. 81* HOUSE FOR SALE By owner. Excellent 3 bedroom ranch home, carpeted living room end hell, full basement, one side tiled. Attached garage. 105 North Roen St., Algona, (owe Call 295-5351 after 4:30 p.m. for appointment. 77-82 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee HELP WANTED — MEN & WOMEN — Part time; excellent earnings, World Book Encyclopedia. Call collect 5761961 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. 23w81 HOUSE CLEANING WANTED — Phone 295-2770, Al goiia. '^' t 5w80-81 at John Morrell arid Co , EsthervUle, la. HELP WANTED — Male or Female — Users of Raw-. leigh Products in Whittemore , need service. r N6 experience or' .capital • necessary. .Write Rawleigh Dept. IAJ-50-876, Freeport, Dl. 61032. : ,. 79-83* HELP WANTED^ MALE or female'^ Start immediately '':—'• serve •consumers with Rawleigh Products in Whittemore. Experience unnecessary. 1 Write 1 'Rawleigh, Dept. IAJ-50-lllli Freeport, 111. 61032. ; • 76-80-84* Card of Thanks CHEVROLET g- '»• Swwtlnf Arei H In. flivf Are* SHANDWYAT TAYIM "™" ^•w^PHBRP.'jnil/^ V M FERTILIZER? vttn «nd many test* tov* th«t H poyi big retwrni to plow (town the proper ratio of fertiliier on your fold*. for 0/1 your ferfi/izer ntf^f/ fft LuVerne Crop Service Aitomotivt- eeeeee+eeeeeeeeeeeeeee FOR SALE — 1964 Ford E- conoline panel truck. Heavy duty — reasonable. Call 2953548 or 295-2119 after 5 p.m. 16w81 New chairmen are named for St. Joe C.D.A. CARD OF THANKS — We wish to thank pur relatives, friends, and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and expression of sympathy shown us following the death of Adrain Arbogast. Also for the beautiful flowers and bountiful food that was given to us. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Schmitt and family. 81* ceivinig prizes in 500. Mrs. N. J. Weydert/Mfs. Paul ErpeJding, Mrs. Joe Sinnwell, 'Mrs. Joe Berte and Mrs. Rosalia Dig attended the DCCW workshop in St. Mary's Parish Center at Armstrong Tuesday. (Mrs. Lee Nepple and Michael, Iowa City, spent last week here with Mrs. Nepple's parents, the Orville Wagners, and with other relatives and frienlds. They returned to Iowa City on Monday. 'Relatives and Mends' are invited to a grocery or coin pre-nuptiail shower for Evelyn Dailey Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in the Humboldt Post Office Social Center. She is the bride-elect of Joe Berte, Fort Dodge, son of the Joe Bertes, St. Joe. Mrs. John Bormamn and Francis spent last Sunday with Norman Bormann, freshman at Loras college, Dubuque. ieeeeee( St. Jo* — Catholic Daughters of America met in the school hall following the 7:45 mass in- St. Joseph's church. Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent, presided. Reception of new members will be held Nov. 8 with a 6:30 pot luck dinner preceding >the reception and followed by the regular monthly meeting. In charge of the dinner meeting will be Mrs. Albert Berte, Mrs. Peter Becker, Mrs. Harold Illg, Mrs. Robert Berte, Mrs. Allied Redoing, Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas and Mpss. William B. Devine. .^Officer's rehearsal for reception will be held on Monday, Nov. 6 at 8 o'clock. 'Court officers and past regents are invited to a guest night at Algona. Sit. Cecelia's Monday, Oct. 23 at 8 o'clock. Workship will be held esley Nov. 12. Reserva- are to be made at the 8 meeting. , Mrs. ,^,J. Weydert gave a report ^ the workshop she attend- ,.G;artypr. fl ..,,,,. ia ,,... t r ; : chairman appointed; Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mrs. Paul Erpelding for the Round Robin Card 1 club series;, Mrs. Peter C. Reding, was appointed chairman for, the League of Shut-In club. [Mis. Bernard Devine, Crystal Lakg . presented the court wnh, sample fruit cakes. Kirs. Harold 'Reding court financial secretary gave a general reminder on dues. Mrs. E. M. Gales, lecturer, gave, a reading on the Holy Rosary and the 50th anniversary at Fatima Oct. 13. Margaret Reidmiller received the birthday gift with Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Paul Erpelding re- Burt Mrs. Haweett home with Mrs. Lizzie Giddings hostess. All members were present and two guest; Hannabelle Carlson, Wesley, and Rose Schilta, Bancroft. The next meeting will be Nov. 9 at Mrs. Ella Sigsbec's. Mrs. Jessie Rash spent Friday and Saturday in Algona with Mrs. C. L. Webb artd the John Rashes. Sunday the Gary Webbs and 3 sons visited at the Jessie Rash home. School will be dismissed early Thursday as Burt teachers can attend ISBA in DCS Moines Friday. Fidells Class will meet Oct. 25 at Lulu Hawcott's. Roll call is superstitions, and the program is by Gladys Hawcott. John G. Rentz, Garner, was a guest Thursday of his brother, the Walter Rentzes. Reunion Bmil Furler of Van Home and .his brother, Paul Furler of Luzern, Switzerland had their first visit in 65 years last month when Paul was in Iowa on a trip to the U. S. Bmil had come to this country when Paul was only seven years old. Aigona (Iowa) Advance—7 THURSDAY, OCT. 19,1967 Potato A two and three-quarter pound red potato was harvested by Oscar Woods, Lake Mills. 14 DELIVERIES IN 1967 up to 520 bd..' NEW BEHIEN 4 COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! i;^:a:'r;^^^. 1 v.^™v"' K3 ;:fr• i.r**H ih» •nit«telM n.ntnJ« l» iMt*rr •*•>*> «> •i>* rfmft W-MUM-. ' \XffZS5Xsszr Bai; irwft ttU uimneif itf»»f well* |wrf'«rm»- '".•••T** 1 v W. .Ill f«.ln ."• m«f. N Or».f l.f D.H..IT k Ml *ND IUT AT Taylor Implemcirt Co. ALOONA. lOK* iBirthday Circle met Oct. 12 at the William Giddings NEED BEDDING? (Stalk Shraddinf? Grain Chop, Too?) THIS ONE DOES ALL THREE &RA0Y FIELDMASTER Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates Sit M BIU" NUOINT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA k»Corn stalks make excellent bedding—better than straw! Just hitch your baler to the Brady Fieldmaster and one trip through the field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler. Use it for stalk shredding alone—or to chop, shred, and load green chop and stover silage. Clips pastures and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. *»Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. JUST LISTED By RICKLEFS-GEELAN LuVerne, lewe ••••••*••••»•••§ Phenf M2-9294 LuVerne, Iowa HONES FOR SALE i QUALIFIED HOME PURCHASERS - ATTENTION I 10% Down PLUS "RENT BUYS MOST Of THESE HOMES No. 1: Two Bedroom - 612 E. Pine St. - $1100.00 down - $89.82 "rent" No. 2: Three Bedroom - 615 S. Dodge - SI 150.00 down - $92.16 "rent" No. 3: Three Bedroom - E. Kennedy St. - $1450.00 , down - $1 22.i9 "rent" No. 4: Three Bedroom - North Moin St. - $750.00 J down - $43.32 "rent" No. 5: Three Bedroom - S. Jones Street - $1,050.00 '. down - $88.32 "rent" No. 4: Three Bedroom - S. Jones Street - $1,150.00 " down - $92,14 "rent" No. 7: DUPLEX - leol clote-in - $1.000.00 down , $75,00 - "rent" No. B: Four Bedroom - S. Dodge Street* - $1,000,00 down - $49.54 "rent" No. 9: NEW 3-bedroom ranch home - on highway No. 18 East just outside Algona city limits; Hat LARGE kitchen with dining area; carpeted living room; 3 large bedrooms (all with wardrobe closets); Ml bath an tint floor and shower bam in basement - Finished- lee. room; Attached double garage •»• Own well and water system; not many available like mit one - IET US SHOW THIS EXTRA FINE CLEAN HOME TO YOU NOW. All of the above homei are EASY te bvy - let v» •how yov the one that fits you and yovr family — HOME Siilf IS — We have excellent prospect, far yovr home - let us list yovr home far soli - it is a HERBS! REAL ESTATE 314 WEST CALL — This 1'/a-story house hat everything. Walk-out basement ,two bedroom* up, 2 bedrooms, full bath, kitchen and living room down, workshop, Va-bath (shower), laundry room on basement level. A VERY ECONOMICAL HOME TO LIVE IN. Just on the market so see us today. PRICED REASONABLY. 1011 SOUTH JEROME — brand new home, 3 bedrooms, large kitchen and dining room combination. Two baths, double garage, cement drive. NEVER BEEN LIVED IN. 106 SOUTH COLBY — Three bedroom, new basement, large living room. 704 SOUTH MINNESOTA — Three bedroom, new kitchen, double garage, nice lot. 308 SOUTH JONES — Four bedrooms, large living room, large screened-in porch, Nice location, 408 DIAGONAL — Three bedroom, two-story, contract or cash. 415 NORTH JONES — Three bedrooms, full bath up, half bath down. Dining room, Itvfhg room. STOP BY THESE DRIVE-BYS . . 712 Eest McGregor 9 East Cell 112 West McGregor 610 West State 1421 Eest North 1115 North McCoy 1508 East Elm 521 Eest Elm 610 West State Becker home at St. Joe, 3-bedroom, $10,000. Ricklof s - Goolan •HONI $449! ALGONA ™ HEALTORS & INSURERS - t Amie Ricklefi 5,2179 * MJffft KMtfler Jim GeeUn $4119 t Kyi* Keith

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