Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 7
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j~* ^*^W +••*•• FOR SALE — Regular $4,89 garbage can, now only $1.50 at HOYT HARDWARE, Bode. Friday and Saturday only. 17w89 ATTENTION HORSEMEN We carry most everything for the horse and horseman Veterinary Supplies GOOD USED SADDLES WETRADE FOR ANYTHING KEN'S SADDLE SHOP Phone 582-2772 'Forest City, Iowa tfn NOTICE Dr. Clapsaddle's Dental Office will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Fri, day evenings until 8 p.m. 81tfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Sen- rader Way. Rugs can b^ 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 RIAL ESTATI FOR SALE TWO NEW LISTINGS! #1—Two bedroom, one story home, 714 E. South St., has full basement, gas heat, can be bought on contract $50 per month, small down ..payment* Home has just been redecorated. #2—Commercial building, two story, masonry office build* ing, completely air conditioned, ideally suited for offices. Private parking facilities also avail* able. HERBST REAL ESTATE Joel M. Herbst Ted S. Herbst Over Penney's Algona Phone 295-3733 , 87-90 MMtMMMMtMMMM For Hurt FOR RENT — House and garage, Dec. 1st. 408 S, Lowe. No pets. For information call Leonard Maasdam, Algona. , I6w87tfn FOR RENT — Apartment, close in. John Love, Algona. 8w87tfn - ' - - -—-•- -n/- - -..U-.L-I.' - - • ' .-...- - . FOR RENT — 2 bedroom house, recently redecorated. Call 295-3745. 8w86-89 APARTMENT FQR RENT — Available immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. 10w30tfn For Sale PRICES REDUCED EVEN FURTHER AS LIQUIDATION SALE CONTINUES AT HOYT HARDWARE, Bode/la. ' 13w89 USED MACHINIRV Brady tOt T, C, ....„ SJ9S Brady K> T, C .___ $«0 New Idea #61 __.._.. $175 Speedy 10" Flail _____ IMS IH #2$ Rotary : $125 Lundtll Super 60 . $595 Flair Bon, Simo Holi» L $ SO Stanhoitt Loader, Snow Bucket $150 Brady Flail Spreader __ $350 Twindraulic Gear, Flare Box, Midwott Hoist .. $125 Schwartz Front End — M • Farmall ______ $125 Orain-O-Vator Auger Wagon : _ $ 95 Carroll Oarage and Implement LuVerne «0««e«eee»eeeeee«o»»+» Waited FOR. SALE — Dliroc boars, large, rugged. Paul Bernhard, Fenton. 925-3880. 10w84tfn FOR SALE — Duroc boars. P. M. Christcn'scn. Lone Rock, la. 9w84tfn FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted boars and gilts, vac. and blood tested. Bert Goerdes and Son. 3',i miles south. IVa miles east of Lakota. 74-101' o««eeeeeeooeeooeeoo»e» Help Wanted 17 DELIVERIES IN 1967 up to 52Obu. per hour... NEW BEHIEN 4-COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! .Itt.ii* 1 I 1 -" "•" Mi-l,l>- iNWirml with li>i»i<i W>ikntit'j«ri*'l<i UW.'iU lil|ti' J l tMOlV *«lur .*.!•*»•••(lei »•••» Kh-rtfit- ..r i'l'll nv«lrli. Thia nmt|iarl ifrvcf r«ll» rftinmi-v cnit i-tinvrnipihi- mf«rm«li»n. , n» imn Lit lull HI AND iUV AT Taylor Implement Co. ' ALOONA, I »•*»•»»»»»»•»»»<»»»»» JOB OPPORTUNITY — Girl wanted for part time work (20 hours per week) preferably half days. Must be able to type, work with numbers, and have a drivers license. Please reply to Box 400D, Algona, Iowa, with your qualifications. Secretarial experience unnecessary. 42w89-90 FOR SALE — Uncrated 57 piece, service for 8 of Sango China in Karen pattern. $30. Mrs. Francis Prendergast, R. R. #1, Fort Dodge. 88-89* RANTED — Clean, lint-free ; Cotton Rags. Bring to the Advance Office. tfn Automotive »«»»»»»»•»•»»«»»•»««»» son City. PIANO SALE — Our 74th anniversary! Now — all pianos 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- RAWLEIGH, dealer wanted at , Once; Good opportunity in Whittemore. Experience unnecessary. Write Rawleigh, Dept. IAK-50-105, Freeport, Illinois 61032. 86&92* Real Estate FOR SALE — 1962 Ford Fair>i!« lane;;500r' Martin; Norland, l 'phone''928-2612; Titbnka'/ "' : "89-92* FOR SALE — 1955 Pontiac Starchief, radio,, heater, head-bolt heater for easy winter starting, runs good. Call evenings, 295-5760, Glenn Seger. 88tfg Gifts for all -the, Faipjiy, Buy ,.now-> for Christmas "during our liquidation sale at HOYT HARDWARE, Bode, Iowa. HURRY! HURRY! 20w89 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 57w87-89 Iowa State Bank, Algona, la. 88-91* Work Wanted Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates III "101" NUGINT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA WANTED — Custom plowing. Rusch Bros. Call 925-3402 or 925-3407. 9w89-82 WANTED — Custom plowing. Richard Fritz. Phone 928-2464, Titonka, Iowa. 8w71-93 BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES?' ' FARM LOANS AVAILABLE If you want either.one, call ARN1E RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office -295-2491. >Algona; also farm loans. ALGONA LAUNDRY BLDG. Across from Court House For Sale or Rent SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona,- Iowa : 295-2350 ' •LOCALS' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben and daughters Joy and Kathy are going to Stanley, Wis., to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Isenberger and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Isenberg- 'er. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wittkopf ;werc visited over the Veterans Day weekend by their .sons Jerel and Harlan, situ- dents at Nortli Illinois university, DeKalb, 111. They did some pheasant hunting but the birds are not very plentiful. They will be home again for their Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meehlhause were recently accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wittkopf to Cedar Falls to attend Parents Day at the college where Linda Meehlhause is enrolled. Lark Whittemorc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Whittemore, who attends the State University at Iowa City will be home soon for her Thanksgiving vacation. The family will be guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Whittemore at Fort Dodge. . Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post had as Sunday guests the laltter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James White of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen haye been visited by Mr. and Mrs. George Baier of Sallina, Kan. Other guests Sunday were Hazel Brooks and Frances Wright of Eagle Hoct Card of Thanks Ito !• « MtWfrt ^ fat* fejvrir f i^ Mrf • *iMfe «^bii M My/ WM IM^ 4 ••«« W*t.imU*\tHk.VimlUWi*ifaii~CtlJJ5^7!^~^,&rtMmiM UifM^Jj&faWmlU W~^t^tt&k™^^";tS?fc JARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank my neighbors and riends for cards, letters and isits while I was in the hos- •ital. Also a special thank ou to Pastor Bishop for his rayers and visits. Mr. Otto 88* -FOR SALE — Purebred X Yorkshire spring boars, vac. and tested. August R. Baumann, Lakota, Iowa, 3 iniles east, 1 south. 17w87-94 Mr. and Mrs. Rex Voyles and Mr. and Mrs. Gary McDonald have been visited by the parents of the women, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, former Algonans. They have bsen living at Glen wood near > Council Bluffs but have been transferred to Andelusia, 111, ,,, . Mr. and Mrs. James Walker 'ft, recently became great grandparents for the fifth time in their family. This time it is a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kreitlow of Woolstock. The infant has been- named Kurtis Karl, Mrs. Edith Brundage and her daughter, Mrs. Maxinc Biggers, former well known Algonans left Monday for their 'home at Little Rock, Ark., after a visit of several days with their many friends. They were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson. Mrs, Joseph Arndorfer, formerly Mrs. Frances Moe has been visited by Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth of Franklin, Wis. They were joined Saturday by Isabella Kerrins and had a most pleasant time rctni- nescing. They were classmates at Wesley years ago and had as teacher Rachel Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seller of Storm Lake were weekend guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ssilcr and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson were guests Sunday of Rev. •and Mrs. Gerald Hallaucr at Spencer. Rev. Hallauer is a former Congregational pastor here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalier took their two year old daughter Cheryl, to the university hospital. Iowa City Tuesday. The child is under treatment for a slight foot deformity which is improving greatly, Mrs. Albert Wcishaar, mother of Mrs. Stalzcr stays with the family while the parents arc gone. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. White- hlH arc being visited by their daughter, Mrs. Ed Tobako of Garden Grove, Calif. She has been 'here a few weeks and will remain till after Thanksgiving. John Hanselman entered Memorial hospital at Mason Oily Thursday for surgery. Campers to be sold at auction A close out auction of the Quality Manufacturing Co. of Bancroft will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the plant at Bancroft. Offered will be two model 806 campers and 16 model 107 campers, and a 17-ft. trailer house. AH are brand new and equipped. Also shop, office, and inventory equipment - and > <supplies • - will > be 1 Sold. -ytritl.t . s-v OBSERVED BIRTHDAY The birthday of Mrs. Phil Puffer of Corwith will be observed Saturday. Her sisters, Mrs. George Manus of Burt and Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie will be in charge of arrangements and guests will be Anna Meyer, Corwit'h, Mrs. Etta Holdren of Burt and Mrs. Mdrle Elmore and Kris- tv, eeeo»»«oeeeeeee«oo»»»e NolieM IN TMI DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND tOH KOMUTN COUNTY, IOWA IN ftt AUI6NMINT Of 9UALITV MANUFACTURING COM* PANT. AN IOWA CORPORATION, FOR th< •INtm Of CRIOITORS. LAW NO. IfSOS NOTICt TO CRIOITORt TO THE CREDITORS OF OUALltY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AN IOWA CORPORATION, in Bancroft, Iowa. • You oral eoeh of you ore hereby notified that on I lie 20th day of October, 1967. Quality Manufacturing Company, on Iowa corporation, with principle business citoblhNnont .at Bancroft, lowo, made an assignment of all of it> property to the undersigned,. Eldon 1. Winkcl, at assignee tor the benefit of its creditors in proportion to the amount of Ihelr respective claims, which assignment was duly recorded on the 20th day of October, 1967, in the records of the County Rccofdcr. Algona, KoHUtti Counly, Iowa, and olio filed In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Stole of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, lowo, on the 23rd day ot October. 1967, as provided by law. You are hereby notified that the law requires you as such creditor to file your claim against said Quality Manufacturing Company in the office of the Clerk ol the District Court at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and sacd claim must lx> mode under oath and filed with said Clerk within three (3) months after Ihc fits! publication ot this notice. Dote ol the first publication is October 76, IV67. Eldon J. Winkcl Eldon I. Winkcl, Assignee 101 N. Hall Street Algona, Iowa 50511 Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algona, lowo, Oct. 26 and Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 1967 Alfona (Itwa) Advanc«-~7 THURSDAY, NOV. 16,1967 ••••••••••••••••I YOUR BIQQEST COMBINE VALUE! •60 GRAIN COMBINE Now Case 660 Combine 40" Cylinder £SS ! q> ln< s «P"«»ing Area 2830 Sq. In. Sieve Area SEE AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA CLOSE • OUT Shotgun Shells 40 o OFF REMINGTON, FEDERAL AND "EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER" AT . . Ask for an F-85 Farmhand demonstration "On Your Farm" FOR SALE .— Choice 250 to ; 300 lb.' meat-type Hampshire boars from top test station blood lines. Joseph Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 20w85-92 -KEYS- MAM AT THI ALOONA Coast-to-Coast Store WHILI YOU WAIT Tuesday MORNING, Nov. 21 I* !•¥* 11 Mi IM. , 28-Head-28 fill Bni ft Holstein Cattle ^^^'^^^^^^^^^IW^W ^I^I^^PWIW^^ NEED BEDDING? (Stalk Shreddini? Grten Chop, Tee?) THIS ONE DOES All THREE MMADY FIELDMASTEK "A Super-Siie Portable Feed Factory" • MORE ADVANTAGES • MORE PROFIT Gall 64801 *" <*»«« ws T : B. and fengs Federal tested.' IB& h*»'th <x rtiflwtes on each heifer or cow. D.H.I. A- record on each cow given on a»le date Vff-ffJK»I^D«uUt,lttJ {* *>' Mtcor4 tf ggiif Griff Dtm: ^ ^ ffMlf*> Dn/m 1*4 for. Wallace D. Dawson t*cf llent bedding—better than straw! JMS* hitch your bjler to th« Brady Fieldmaster and one top thrpygh tte fif l(| chops, shreds, and) feed; the baler. Use'it for stalk shredding alone-or te chop, Uv*& *& toad green chop »nd stover silage. Chp$ pastures and Idle acres, top. Full 72" cut. £Stop in or calj m* lor a trtt on yogr farm. FOR SALE SERVICE STATION and BULK PLANT Fergit's Super Service in Boncroft, Hove controct with K & H Coop Oil Co. for fuel purchosef, ond olio con- troct with Goodyeor Tire Co, Sales over US M Excellent profits, Buildingi, trucks, equipment ot near depreciated vojyt, Inventory ot today's market, NO BLUE SKY, Buildings con be leased. Inv mediate possession. KENNEDY IIU ESTATE Contact Bill or Jim Kennedy Phone 4321 Bancroft, lowo OUTSTANDING SPECIFICATIONS INCLUDE , , , Tandem • 9'6" Over-all Height t Standard Feed Roll* f i' Discharge Auger Length f Ml cw- Ft. Mi.ing Tank C»P««ity 0 W Hammermill Silt f Iftr €on$tntrttf Hopper Locatio t Piwharge Auger Diameter w T* Algona Implement Co. A S : V >^ t^l • -ft, ~* *?:.

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