Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 6, 1967
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RENT - SWAM- HIRE • BUV- GELL- RENT- SWAP-HI RE - BUV • SELL- RENT- SWAP- HIRF HIRE • BUV •MMMMMMM+MMM WMIN MMMMMMMMMMM WANTED — Common labor to work on telephone line. Also want someone to operate »•••••» back hoe, Inquire at Lone Rock Telephone Co., Lone Rock, la. 84*87# MMMMMMMMMMM RAWLEIGH dealer wanted at «fiJ» ce - Good opportunity in Wnittemore. Experience unnecessary. Write Rawleigh, Dept. IAK-50-105, Freeport, Dlinois 61032. S6&92* For Rm! •••MMMMMMMMMa FOR RENT — 2 bedroom house, recently redecorated. Call 295-3745. ;• 8W86-89 FOR RENT — 1 — One bedroom home, $50. Herbst :Real Estate. ' 10w85-88 Aitomotivr APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available, immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algeria. 10w30tfn FOR SALE — 1960 Chevy, runs good. Phone 295-5036. 85-88* NEW LOCATION for KIR BY SALES f SERVICE: 320 No. Joim (onHwy. 169) Algona, la.^ :.: V " : .'fe! Phen* 295-7198 Work Wintid WANTED — Custom plowing. Richard Fritz. Phone 928-2464, Titonka, Iowa: 8w71-93 Notices 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 For«tt City, Iowa I tfn YOUR BIGGEST COMBINE VALUE! UNCLAIMED FREIGHT—8 hew 1967 zig-zag sewing machines with full factory guarantee. Nationally advertised brand, to be sold for storage and freight "total $35.00 each. Can be paid for at $5.00 per month. Will be delivered to your home for you to sew on and make sure you are completely satisfied. Write: Claim Dept. 253 E. Arion, W. St. Paid, Mum. 49w86* *wrytwm •CO GRAIN COMBINE Now Caio 660 Combine 40" Cylinder 44M Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Si»v« Area •**,,„ ; «>!•!« '••»'.;''" ' $K AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT AlOONA rROM OUGWT TO GBT '$ pOUCY •'.•.. •.-';•••. ALGONA INS. AGENCY SWAP • HIRE • BUV- SELL- RENT- SWAP • HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT ARE YOU RESPONSIBLE? — We are looking for an ambitious person who is responsible and likes to meet people. Duties would consist of taking over well established sales routes by delivering and driving in a scheduled territory. Applicant should be over 21 years of age and preferably, married. Paid vacation and many other employee benefits. Contact Mr. Al Mitchell at Blue Earth, Minn. 526-3211. 60*84-86 ••••••••••••••••••••M* NOTICE Or. CUpMddlo'r Dental Office will bt open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday •v«ning» until 8 p.m. Sltfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, /WALLS Cleaned the Von Schroder'Way: Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfri NOTICE , ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove , ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 Hop FOR SALE - Choice 250 to 300 Ib. meat-type Hampshire boars from top test station blood lines. Joseph Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 20w85-92 FOR SALE — Duroc boars, , large, rugged. Paul Bernhard, Fenton. 925-3880. 10w84tfn FOR SALE — Duroc boars. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, la. ^ 9w84tfn FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted boars and gilts, yac. and blood tested. Bert Geerdes and Son. 3% miles south, 1% miles east of Lakota. ForSata 'ai'! ••••r.nv FOR SALE -A Baldwin Qrga- sonic electric spinet organ. Model 51, with percussion, 13 pedal board. Light walnut, excellent condition. Priced right. Call Mrs. E. E. Anderson, 2953135 for information. ..., • 86-87* FOR SALE —Chrome: dinette set, four chairs. 1 See at 422 S. Wooster, Algona, after 5 p.m. ; 85g FOR SALE — Used Westinghouse electric heat units for hard to heat rooms or Whole house. Phone 295-5036. 85-88* ••••••••••••••••••••M Rtal Eslato See Colorful Viking Football MIHHIAPOLIS and stay at Of W, R, FRANK'S^** OTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just $ Minutes from Owtwrn F«i.| Ffir Oiks P»rk «n4 Minaupgli, | M tiltiU »f Ml SMALL HOME FOR SALE Newly redecorated inside and out 7 room home, 1 block from grade school, two blocks from downtown. $8500.00. Ph. : i'5-2419, Algona, Iowa. 85 & 86 BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? FARM LOANS 'AVAILABLE If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans, A» GONA LAUNDRY BLDG, Across from Court House For Sale or Rent SE6LEY REALTY CO, Algona, Iowa 295-2350 tfn •MtMMfMM MM UrtlFtwd fMMt»MMMM< LOST — White gold ladies wrist watch, with broken safety chain. Reward. Phone 39^7073. 12w86 The Wliistfin' Pit Club's Invitaitional Trailride from EitewJer took plaoe Oct. 8th w$b 546 riders. FOR SALE — 1983 Chevrolet %*ton pickup. Lawson Hard- Ware, LuVerne. 882-3370. 12w86-87 FOR SALE — Wood boat and trailer. Best offer. LuVerne 882-3370. . 86-87 ' FOR SALE 1—20th Century 310 Amp. Arc Welder with cutting attachment. (New). Reg. $297.00 — Sale $245.00 2—Oil space heaters, new — 25% off. 1—New "Johnson Pig Blan- Vket" (gas heater) 40% vpff. (New). . 1-^Swirig set (new) $20.00 LAWSON HARDWARE LuVorno 882-3370 Ronwick 2222 86-87 Prizes given Burt children on Halloween as the concert is on the regular date. The club Will serve the annual Lions Club guest •dinner in December and the Federal Land Bank dinner in •February. The Brass quartet, Sdndra Oilman, Connie Sher- ibon, Ruth Long and Paul Espe, played several numbers. SCHOOL VISITS 'American Elucation week, Nov. 5 to 12 is being observed. Parents are welcome to 'Visit classes and also have lunch at tihe cafeteria, if the Office .has been notified a •day ahead as extra meals will be available. Families whose names. begin with A through D, may visit Monday, Nov. 6, E through H, may visit Tuesday, Nov. 7. I .through L, may visit Wednesday, Nov. 8. M through R, may visit Thursday, Nov. 9, S through iZv may visit Friday, Nov. 10. NAMES OFFICERS 'The first meeting of Burt ^Chapter of the National Honor Society was held at the home of Sandra Ortman. Officers are Pres., Sandra Ortman; vice, Linda Becker; sec., Debi Stenzel; treas., Colleen Kruse; reporter, Patty Sheir- jbon. 'Plans were made for a .community project in Novem•her. The committee, Janfet r:Becker, Patty Sheifbon and Howard Batt will plan la trip .to the Rest Homes. Burt — Winners in, the Lions Club Halloween party were: Category No. 1—Preschoolers: 1st.—Kurt Manus as a pumpkin. 2nd—Armande Scott as a gypsy. 3rd—Tommy Henick as a clown. .;.Category .No. 2—Kindergarten and 1st graders—1st Mark Bradley as a mummy. 2nd-7<3heryl Sill as Snow •White. 3rd—Lori Manus as ;a, little old lady ; . 'Category No! 3—1st and 2nd grades—1st Joel Stenzei as an owl. 2nd—Larry Person as a pirate. 3rd—Lenny Davis as a skunk, ii-..:••; v.,;-.. Category No. 4—2nd and 3rd grade—1st—Brendia JUT- gens as an Indian. 2nd— Merrill i-Maiwdsley- as grandpa. 3rd—Pamela Strange as a pink panther. -:<-•-,-,. Category No. 5-r4th grade -rlst—a telam, Barbara Her- riok and Dawn Stenzel as Shad and Gronk. 2nd'—Ruth Kruse as Little Bo Peep. 3rd '—^Darren Spear as the Hied Pirate. Category No. 6—4*h and Stlh grades—1st Lyle Karels as a Negro 'Mammy. 2nd— Laura Troutman and Ann Bradley as a Hippie Couple. 3rd—Rachel Kruse as a Witch. Category No. 7—5th and 6th grades — 1st — Kathy Grubb, a Hippie in black. 2nd -—Diane Skadburg, a down. 3rd—Rodhelle Sarchet, half lady and half man. Category No. 8—1st— Jimmy Doege, a Three Headed Man, 2nd—Kristen Habeger, Raggedy Ann, 3rd—Pat Bradley, a Chinaman. Category No. 9-n8th grade thru adults. 1st—David Me•Farland, Modern Robot, 2nd —5 way tie—Marion Westling, Beth Hamilton and Es- t'hyr Shipler as 3'Roving Hobos; and Helen Davis and A'riene Manus as a Modern day couple, 3rd—Craig Giddings as a crippled old man. All wiho did not receive a pri?e met in center of Legion Hall and a penny scramble was held with 200 pennies •tossed among the group. The party ended with candy bars given out and each one was 'given all the pop they wanted. Three flavors were on hand. The hall was decorated by •the Legion. BAND MOTHERS MEET Band Mothers Club met Oct. 26 in the band room with 12 present. Hostesses were Rulth Patterson, Doris Ruhnke, Alice Fraser. Membere worked on Operetta costumes for Students who needed help. The club voted to serve cookies an4 coffee after fie operetta and also after the band concert Nov. 16. There be no November meeting :•<•;> The final session for lead- '.er&thip training for Girl Scout (leaders was held from 9:30 (a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at -;*he Presbyterian church in Algona. Bumadine Opheim • and Barbara Pannkuk, lead, c ers of Brownies,. Mrs. George Becker and Mrs. Art Kahler, sleaders of Cadets, and Mrs. £ Pat Bradley, leader of Jwir ;iior Girl Scouts attended. .?.-uAid of Stv John's Lutheran -'tor. )PUBUC NOTICES NOTICI OF MlOIATI OP WILL ;. OF APPOINTMENT Of IXICUTOl, AND NOTICI TO CMOITOM N THE DISTRICT COURT Of THE iTATE OF IOWA , IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY : :i> ' . Probete Ne. *221 •, IN .THE MATTER OF?THE ESTATE.OF EMMA REIMERS, ; Deceased. H TO AU. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF EMMA REIMERS Deceased: HY.ou or* hereby notified that on the 1st day of November, 1967, the; last will 'and testament of Emmo Reimeri deceased bearing date of the 27th day of ; 0ctober, 1948, was admitted to probate 1 in the above ''named court and .ttjflt Wilfred A. Reimers was appointed executor of said estate. "Nolle* It further given that any action to Mt aside said will roust bt brought In the district court of told county within on* year from the date of th* Mcend publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. -Notice it further given that all persons Indebted to. said estate or* requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against, said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law. duly authenticated, for allowance: and unless so filed within six months fw > m «»• second publication of this !»&• J.£'™_,°^£j;« *tow*d or shall thereafter be t ted thi$ llt d °y of November, ... Wilfred A. Reimers ' Executor of said Estate •'••'• • Spencer, .Iowa . • ;: Address Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorneys for said Executor Ajjjona. Iowa , Dott of second publication ,13th day of November, 1967. r r ,1 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, •• November 6 and 13, 1967. IN ' IN AND FOR KOS5UTH COUNTY church will meet Nov. 1 at the church. Hostesses are Dow thy McFarland, Elizabeth Radig, Lydia Schwietert. The Market Basket is by Viola Dacken, Florence Schroeder, Dorothy McFarland. There will be election of officers. Any one who wishes to buy a 1966-67 school annual, contact Sandra Ortman. The Darnell Davises have a 10 Ib. 1V4 oz. son, Scott Alan born at St. Ann Hospital. They have a 7 year old son Leonard and 4 year old daughter Kimberley. Grandparents are the Dailrell Me- Farlands and Fred Davises. Mrs. 0. A. , Campney is the great grandmother. Mrs. Davis and Scott Alan came home Nov. 1. The Burt 1 Woman's club will meet Nov. 6 at Mary Smith's with Mary Jean Andrews assisting. Cheerleaders at Burt school are Patricia Schroder, Marilyn Cher land, Deborah Stenzel, Jill Smith and Maroie Soderberg: New permanent books- arrive at the public library every day. Four 6th grade pupils, Cheryl and Carol Beh- retvds, Alan. Jurgens and Cheryl Batt wrote poems whidh are on display in the library window. iMrs. Myrtle Rinehart, Mar son City, visited Tuesday at th'e Edwin Stenzels. Mrs. Rinehart is Mrs. Stengel's mother. Kossuth Republican Won> en will meet at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 7 'ait «he Titonka library. The meeting is open to the publk. Good Will truck will be in Burt Nov. 15. Leave material 'alt J. L. Miller garage before that date. Veteran's Day pot luck supper will be held 'alt Burt Legion Hall, Nov. 7 for all veterans and families. Bring covered dish, sandwiches and •own table service, , Girl Scouts are taking orders this week for Ohristimas candy, mixed nuts and roasted ; nuts. Contact, chairman. Margaret Batt. if missed. Pay $1 per box wlhefl they are delivered. Merle Schwietert is a patient at Lutheran hospital in ,Fort Dodge, Room 536, since Nov. The Wayne MecMers, of Pleasant Hill, Calif., Mrs. Pluma Bennett, San Jose, Calif., Mrs. Orpha, Mechler, Titonika and Mrs. Merle Schwietert visited Me'rle in the hospital Wednesday. Girl Scouts wish to (thank the community for their donation to U'NICEF which to- .taled $24.62 for Burt. Lee Cole was on the sick list several days last week. The G, H. McMullens received word that Mrs. Jerry McMullens mother died recently in Australia. Eastern Star Past Matrons club will meet Nov. 9. Hostesses are Trella Patterson and Jessie Miller. Roll call is a favorite Thanksgiving dessert. The program is by Mary Georgia Hanson and Ellen Holmgren. Members of Burt WSCS are GOOD BUYS on USED PLOWS THE OF t quested to make immediate payment ta the undersigned, and creditori hav' ™ Tu 22? ln , sf ,. wld . •» tote ^o" »"• %J? - h . the ?I erk of th ", abl >ve nam- district court, as prov ded by law , u from publication of this notice otherwise allowed or poidnuch cjoim shall thereafter be forever bar- th ' S '" dqy of Russell Medin H. W. Attorney for said Administrator A1 ""-o,,lowq day of November, 1967. cu County A^vane*. Alqono. l owa ! November 6 arid 13/19^7 JD F-145H 5-16 _. $1075 JD FI45H 5-14 $925 JD F-145H 4-14 _._ $875 JD F145H 4-14 $850 IHC 70 4-16 $525 JD F«0 3-14 .... $395 JD 555 3-14 ., $325 JD 555 4-14 $385 Emit William JOHN DEERE "The Store with the Action" ! Alf«o« 295 3WI BLUE RIBBON BEEF PACK, INC. CITY, WANTS YOUR FAT CATTLE CONTACT; FRiD GRONO AiGONA, PHONE 295,2222 Carpet "Party-Clean" Without Wetting August is a vacation month, but if carpet cleaning is one of the jobs to be done, we have ?T^?? estioi) - We ^commend HOST, the new method of cleaning carpets without wetting. Use ca.rpet immediately after cleaning. Borrow our remarkable HOST Electric Up-Bnish. It's easy. Clean walk-areas—only $5.95. REAPS FUiNITURi , Alf«n*,low» Phon» 295-22 U invited to the Swea uty WSCS Guest day Nov. 8 at *he Metftodist church. Ivy Circle of Burt WSCS will sponsor a Fellowship Night 6:30 pot luck supper at the Methodist diut-ch, A film will be shown and the Good Hope church members are invited. Alfon* (lows) MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1967 Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olton >»o»»»00000« The Barent Berges, Mary and Allen, and Mrs. Mollie Berge, Garner, were visitors Saturday at Harold Berge's. The Ernest Berges were a|- tdrnoon guests. Monday Mrs. Roy Enockson, Ottosen, visited the Berges. Mrs. Blanche Christiansen, employed in Iowa Fails, spent the weekend at home in Bode. Kim Johnson spent the weekend wilth her parents, the Wilbur Johnsons. She returned by plane to Omaha, Monday. The Edward Johnsons, KaDhy and Kirk, Sioux City, spent the weekend at <he parental Torger Johnson's. The Frajnklyn Campbells, Grand Island, Neb., spent the weekend at his sister, the David Engels. The Engels met them at Fort Dodce airport. 14 DELIVERIES IN 1967 up to 520 to. NEW BEHIEN 4 COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! Want !••( ilfvii.*' Tl«- •»••' HHiirii ttmtn »!»»« " will hatwilf ii|» I" '•*' '"i I" 1 ' '""i'' Al * rt »'"* '•* • . . . [,, inlwnMlMw* . ... - .... . . i .,, .,.'''.,-. will rcttiv* «n« mart Nt« ithl«n 4 C*4m*Mi Ce«t< r by Jul r I — See ••• Teyler • Ml AMD SUV AT Taybrlmplem«ntCo. 'M.OOM*. IOWA '• The CampbeU0 •home by plane Monday. The Francte Pflibaon, Zumbrota, Minn., spent Friday to Sunday With his mother, Ifn. Ben Pfflitadn. , 5 • Recent vuitore wWh Pete Espe and Mrs. Victoii* Porter have been the Harold Espes, Deer Park, Wit., Mn. Lily Viall, Wirmeteeo, Mknn., and Mrs. Harry Cartoon, Stratford, Pete fkpe to recovering satisfactorily Cram recent surgery at LUftermn hospital.'- . •,,/ ;.;,-,'• - .;';;. Mrs. Leo Holland has moved from the farm she recently aotd into Bode, to th* home she purchased from Jim Christianson. ; ...;-, ^ The Don Chfisttonaehs 'have moved from the former Jim Christiansen home to the Clarence Smith, house. The Ray Welters recently vacated the Smith house and movett to Iowa Falls. C The John Christianseni look his sister, Edna Chrtoi- 'iansen, to Rochester Sunday ifor a checkup at- the hospital. ALL TYPES CARPENTRY Specializing In !• CEILING TILE WORK] • COMBINATION WINDOWS A DOORS !• REMODELING JOBS Free Estimate* For Quality Work, At a Price You Can Afford To'Pay ' WAIT ZENTIti CMPENTRY |''''^^flWiCE- ; -"E! ,295-2517 ALGONA Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates 111 "WU" NUOINT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA SINUS Sifferers Here's good news for you! Exclusive hew "hard core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongrestant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription, Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1,50 Cut out this ad — take to Honsbruch Drug in Algona. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12's and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 12 Pack Free. HONSBRUCH DRUG — ALGONA STILL TIME TO Wo htvo the timt , the try«k* . . . and tK« know-how to toko *irt of yovr "Plow4wrii« noooVil . Your fertilize orderf procts«f^ the cam* dajr when you «r<rtf Algona Flour & Fed *Ttyitr't

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