Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 13, 1967
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SWAP» - MIRE • EM ^CLL- R E N T MIRE • E3LJV • ^ELL- RENT *' .' -; ^ "•, , '' *• *"•*"<' MIRE • BUV MIRF RENT • SWAM • MIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT • SWAP • MIRE • BUV • SELL- REN •Maaaaaaet r FOR SALE —. 1955 Pontiac , Stwchief, radio, heater, headiboli. heater for easy winter, starting rtifts good. Call evenings, 295-5760, Glenn Seger. setig FOR SALE — 1960 Chevy, runs good. Phone 295-5026, 85-88* COUNTY TATE .Of EMMA REIMERS Daieaied: ,- v «y ar« h«r«by;notlfltd that on the '»t;«tovof Novtmbw. 1967. tht lo»t will -and te»tom«nt o/ Emma Reimers fESS. 1 "^ *"• of th * 27th doy of October, 1948, wai admitted to pro- 52t! tilL'*! S*?' t riom<d «""* «*i -thot Wilfred A. .Reimeri was appointed •x«eutor of Mid estate. from ttw date s*Ly*barred. °" "•'• or* re- e»«lon hov- ettat* ihol - ««"*,. at provided outhinHeot.d, X of Wilfred 'A.': Reimeri "' |«««i»»or of said Estate - payment , and creditors hov- shall fli. i*.y '•i\ I I | KS fe f*i ing craimt ogoimt told «tot« shall fito SP^lSsSK!^^ ^^^W'S'^ Mjr^Nond publication of thli notic* 'ClOlm 'ihflll llMIAUftV ' k*' tntmt t mm ftu.. of thli °I ptf tuc shall thereafter b* forever bar • '*t day! of ': November, Ruuell. AAedin ... • . , of told Estate )owo :..• .--'iV. .' :• '." ':: *°<<l Administrator ' SPECIALS 4 MM MO WATT ISOOWATT 'Hio/t,Hi RIAL MTATB •0* SALE TWO NIW LISTING* #i—-Two bedroom, one story home,,714 E. South St., has full basement, gas heat, can be bought ion > contract $50 per month, small down payment. Home has just been redecorated. :# 2—Commercial building, two story, masonry office build* ing, completely air conditioned, ideal* ly suited for offices. Private parking facilities also available. HERBST REAL ESTATE JoelM.Herbst TedS. Herbst Over Penney's ' . Algona '• ' •''.' Phont 295-3733 87-90 Real Etlale FOR SALE on bids, highly improved 469 A. Red River Valley, high productive farm^ Bearden Loam, well drained, ideal Beet land, ultra modern buildings. Terms. Contact the Iowa State Bank, Algona, la. 88-91* BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? FARM LOANS AVAILABLE If ypa .want either one. call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office' 295-i491; Algona; also farm loans. ALGONA LAUNDRY BLDG. rAcross from Court House ssELEVREAlTTY Algona, Iowa 295-2350 /FOR SALE — Purebred ; Yorkshire spring boars, vac. and tested. August R. Baumann, Lakbta, lows, 3 miles east, 1 south. 17w87-94 FOR SALE — Choice 250 ito 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 - - •— — - J- - ; _ •_ FOR SALE — Duroc boars. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, la. 9w84tfn FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted boars and. gilts, vac. and blood tested, Bert Geerdes and Son. 3% miles south, 1% miles east of Lakot4. ^ 74401* Work Waited WANTED — Custom pjow- ing. Richard Fritz. Phone 928-2464, Titonka, Ipwa. . 8w71-93 wantti dealer wanted at Good opportunity in Whittempre, Experience «IK necessary. Write Riwleigh, Pept. JAK-504Q5, Freeport, Plinois 61032. V Fw Sste FOR SALE — Unerated 57 piece, service for 8 of San* go Chin* in Karen pattern/ 130. Mrs. Francis Prender* gast, R. R #1, Fort Dodgt. ' 4 lets ere retltJeniHa FOUSALE il — 3 tofted, light InaWry. Ufw PIANO SALE --Our 74th anniversary! Now — all pia*. nos at special low prices, with wonderful introductory discounts on beautiful Kawai console pianos, now setting sales records among California educators! Our birthday gift to you: Sensational values, easy terms, no-risk rental-purchase plans. Buy now for Christmas! Jones Piano House & Hammond Organ Studios, Fort Dodge and Ma- HERBST REAL ESTATE rjOEL»VMB*iST TEDS.HIMST JfM7M ^ , *.- O^ 8 * ovtr •»"«•*• — Serving Alaana since 1936 — 87-88 Bode and visited Mr. Otoon in the hospital. :'\ The Norm Armstrong* and '•" children, Hudson, spent the 'weekend at the parental Car-* rtttiMimttMiMm** 1 ™'* "•**""*'• •^h£^S^^ *^*£^v££?% 9£ %&.•*»+& •» daugWer, boldt, spent the weekend in •y Mrt. M«Und M. Olsan S?:»S. ^^^^^^^'^"^^iiM:^ Anfv^Cteve^ Dad's day at the UhivwaMy; Lee and Karta land, Okav, were weekend vis- FOR SALE — Used Westing. house electric heat units for hard to heat "rooms or whole house. Phone 29&5036. - ;, •'. .'.-••:-.••: 8W8* Oanl CARD OF THANKS — I with to thank my neighbors and friends for cards, letters and visits while I was in the hospital. Also a special thank you to Pastor Bishop for his prayers and visits. Mr. Otto Laabs. - 88* „ Sunday guests at 4he Lansing home were the Arofe Ketetoom and Ruth, of Weet Bend, Donald Btataj, of Humboldt, and Mrs. Anna* Monaon, Bode. Mrs. Meyers and M». Simpson returned to OWahoma Monday, and her tno1frBjffo4aw '^Mn^fnaii^ iBiayera\ , Ttonfca, returned with her to spend the winter. Tlw Meyers are former Bode is a The Burton RoorJB were Sunday gueats of his sister, the Roy Johnsons, Oorwitti. : The Ralph Aasheims, penr ver, 'have a son, Patrick Blake^ bom October 25,8 Ib. 4 OK. He has a brother, Michael 5, and •JJfcfeV.Shannon 3%. -Hie Maurice Aashefcn*, Bode, are the paternal grandparents •ndOfeMlke MelSn?Storm Lake, the maternal grandpar- 'end*.' '•..,.'• .'.,•'' ^Wmi CSuUHanaon returned from Rochester Sunday, and is now a medical patten* at the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. Bode area students home ; for the weekend were Roberta RoUahd, daughter of the Norman Holland*, and Sheryl Heggan, daughter of Talmai Hteggans from Luther, Decor- •h; Cartene Hanson, daughter of the. Carl Hansons, from Wertburg, at Waverly; Norman Otaon, son of the Orville Oflaom, from Waldorf college; Kay SUvig, daughter of the Leroy Sdvigs, Mankato State; Mary Lou Olson, daughter of tfie Ronald Olsons from AIB, Das Moines; and Geri Vedvik, daugiter of Mrs; Bonnie Ved- vik, from Methodist hospital school of nursing, Des Moines. Several from the Bode area attended the Rave contest at Garner Saturday. Marlys Kin- no, daughter of the Don Kin- hes, was a contestant in this district contest. Mr*. Kinne, Jo BUyn Meyers', Mrs. Norman Rolland, Mrs. Archie Rbtland, Mrs. Maraas Rolland and Mrs. Sid, Holland, Betty LftU, Rut, land, and LeAnne Hanson at-' tended. " ',. . The Gordon -Johnsons, Mt Vemon, have a son bom Nov. 8,8 Ib. 9,oi. He hac a brother, Wayne Douglas, a year old, Mrs. Arnold Larson to the ma* ternaJ grandmother. Mr. Johnson's parents are from Ventura. Mrs. Johnson Is the rortiier Susan Larson. STILL TIME TO W» hav* the time . . ; th* trucks . . .and th* know-hew to talc* ear* of your "Plowdown" "U NoticM AfiNTION HORSEMEN We carry most everything for the horse and horseman Veterinary Supplies GOOD USED SADDLES WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING KEN'S SADDLE SH6r> Phont 58M772 Forfsf; City, Iowa v > ' Weekend rtritora with Mrs. Bertha Pederaon were her 'granddaughters, Mrs. Shirley Cftfipenter, Sheryl, Pamela^ and Todd, and Mrs. Sandy Carmichad and Scott, Wkhi- «a, Kane, and Mrs. Beverly Solbjecfc and daughter, Tlier- e»a, Rutland; abo her niece,, Mm Mildred Boe, Marble "R'P'Ck. ,..•••!;• . .' . , .-•••• . , •', i'Mre. Rand fisher and Rian- dy, Red Oak, spent the week- entf with her mother, Mrs. No- im QuiD. Sunday, Mrs. QuiU aocorapanied Mrs. Fiaher and eon to Mason GUy where they met Cynthia Fiaher and her rox»nniate. Cynthia ta a stu- jur- iea in a recent farm accident l*e Guy CHaofUJ, Monmoth, !i l m., spent -the^weekend in ' Dr. Clapsaddje's Dantal Off lea will be open Men. day, Wednesday, and Friday avanings until 8 p.m. ' ' RUGS, UPH01.STBRY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schroder Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Freerestimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, Wett Bend, Iowa. ; SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE ".'••llS.Bi-jChfbye--: •• ALOONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 17 DCLIVERIES IN rf«7 •Tti520Bi.Btfbour. NEW BEHIEN 4-COLUMN CQNTMUOUS FLOW DRYER I TJ-fissMs-jra-- 4n*. in .fc*m awn ,4 *H awMiiir* 1 - • -. ' - t vtUi (rwt MHVIIW uarat'lii fcmi il» liiflh fcj> yaf ajfcrf.ypaf IKtortni <n PHI w«Ma. I MB MTf M linpwintntCo. ForRMl FOR RENT — House and gar* age, Dec, 1st. 408 S. Low«. No pets. F6r information call Leonard Maasdam, Algona. 16w87Un FOR RENT — Apartment, close in. John Love, Algo- P8 8w87tfh FOR RE*"<T — 2 bedroom house, recently redecorated. Call 895-3745. 8W86-8B FOR RENT — 1.™ One bed. room, home, 959, .Herhfl Real Estate. 10w85-$8 APARTMKNf FOR R|!Nf S AVittsWi immediately. Call BjustroK Furniture, 296-5437, W K E Y S- MAM AT THI ALOONA CMat-to-Coajt Store WML! YOU WAIT VALUE! •--£*?y Finance Your M«w of , ^Pw^B • ^^P^Rfl a^aajaa^ajajaiayaj. ^aaaj * Ara« IIIAMOiVVAT t 1 ! BLUE RIBBON BEEF PACK, INC. MASON CITY, IA. WANTS YOUR FAT CATTLE CONTACT: FRED GROND AlOONA, PHONE 295-2222 Your fertilizer orders processed and delivered the same day when you order your "Prescription-Blended Fertilizers" From • - . Algona Flour & Feed Tayler's f rMcriptUn<MU4.> •erNllser 1 ' Phillip* FACTORY CLOSE OUT SATURDAY, NOV. 18 r 1967 IrOOP.M. As this business is being discontinued, we will offer for sole at a Public Auction November 18, 1967, the following Pickup Campers, Trailer Home, Tools, Shop Equipment, Office Equipment, Inventory of Supplies and materials. Sole to be held on the premises in Bancroft, Iowa. MODEL 806 CAMPER With rear entry door. Standard equipment. This is an 8 foot, 6 in. unit with 5 foot cab over. Don't miss these ! MODEL 107 CAMPERS WitK new rear side door. Standard equipment. This is a 10 foot 7" unit with 5 foot cab over. , Don't miss these ! RETAIL $1595.00 RETAIL $1795.00 1 ONLY NEW 17 FOOT TRAILER HOME — Completely self contained unit - Gas Electric Refrigerator, 10M BTU Wall heater, Marine toilet and septic holding tank, power vent over range, oven, double 20 Ib. LP Gas assembly, screen door, exterior receptacle. Retail $2200.00. • ••- . 2 ONLY & Foot slide in CAMPER — 36" high. This unit retails for $410.00. SHOP EQUIPMENT 10" M.W. Robiol orm saw, (Complete new motor assembly). 10" Heavy duty M. W. iench Sow & Extensions Large M. W. band saw. ; ;^> , : M. W, bench grinder , * "... B 4 D7" skill sow. ' 2-Skill electric srew drivers, M.W, Router, •; ; ^'i -/^,'• ' • Rockwell Router • ; J vv 2-'/ 4 " B t D electric drills Industrial type vacuum cUoner, Large cop. M. W, twin cylinder air compressor. Air tacker (small). t 7/8" Wide crown staple air gun.' 1 12" Wide crown staple air gun, <1 1/8" Narrow crown staple air gun. 7/S-" Narrow crown staple air gun. M,W, Belt sander. M. W, table router, B & D Vibrating Sander. Rockwell Saber saw. Miter saw. * Sc» of tube flaring tools. 3-Holesows. IQIb. Fire extinguisher, OFFICE EQUIPMENT Portable typewriter. 4 drawer filing cab, 8 drawer counter 2-Chairs 2-Desks Large electric fan Paymaster check writer, Strornberg time clock, INVENTORY SUPPLIES 12 volt air compressor, double stainless steel sinks, double swing faucets, stove hoods, water tanks, clearance lights, 1)0 and 12 volt lights qnd connections, electric wire, roof vents, curtain rods, boxes of copper fittings, coses of wood and metal screws, cases of spiral drive nails, boxes of veriout sUe staples for air gyns, cartons of cabinet l«tcK. es, 3-5x10 consoWeld counter tops. lOgal. weed ' ' - Many other accessories and optional eqwip, for campers pnd trailers, . BANCROFT, IOWA Uden J. Winkel, Assignee Auctioneer Former* $ Traders, Sflvi " -1- .-1 •• i >/"••*-' I i- ^'if,'* \?*;tf$& '-* ,^;*l%r

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