Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 4, 1967
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RENT • SWAP" • MIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT • SWAR • HIRE • BUV ELL-RENT- SWAR-HIRE fo 10" •o' i .' * * ' '>>'-•*? " ' 1 '' • ' , "* * ,4 Ajj'S : '- ml >%j HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT • SWAR • HIRE • BUV - SELL- RENT - SWAR - H I RE • BUV • SELL- RENT lip- ill tr FwSate MOOOtmiOMtMOOOOOt JMteM MM •' FOR SALE — Homelite chain £ saws. Precision electric ri chain grinding. Bob Deal. 10W93-96 jrl: REFRIGERATORS FOR SALE 1—3 year old 20 cu. ft. Food- arama, with 5 year guarantee — Demo. 12' refrigerator, 8 cu. ft. food '.., freezer. Chocolate color .List $700.00 — Bargain 1 price __—_—$310.00 and your old refrigerator 1—12 cu. ft. Coronado refrigerator, like new $60.00 On Display TAYLOR IMPL. CO. Algona, Iowa OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'. Hogs 0000000000000000000000 . , . BEAUTY COUNSELOR You will be Mrs: Santa Glaus for your family. High immediate earnings: No experience necessary. Contact: Mr*. Al Bbekelman , Algona, .Iowa 91-99 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 FOR RENT :-> Apartment; close in, John LoVe, Algona. 8w87tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available immediately^Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. 10w30tfn OOOOOOOOOOOOOMOOOOOOO IMp Wanted OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO RAWLEIGH dealer wanted at once. Good opportunity in Whittemore. Experience unnecessary. Write Rawleigh, Dept. IAL-50-105, Freeport, Illinois 61032. 94498 MAKE $30 UP daily on Food Route. Man or woman part or full time. Write Marvin Quiggle, Box 62, Freeport, 111. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Mill (Continued from Page 1) guests. Mr. and Mr». Louis McEn- NOTICE Fond S w ,FOR SALE: — 'Purebred Yorkshire spring boars, vaq. and tested. August R. ,. Baumann, Lakota, •< Iowa, 3 I' miles east, 1 south. J7w87-94 * FOR SALE ^- Duroc boars. P. . -' M. Christensen, Lone Rock, ^ Ia;^- ' : > : -: : '-:.•-<:-:; v 9w84tfn/' 2 FOR SALE — Purebred 3pot- *• ted boars and gilts^: vac. * and blood tested. Bert Cfeert K. des and Son. 3% miles:south, 4 l?/z miles east of Lakota. k .. 74401* »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»•»••»' Dr. CUpwddlt's Dental Pffie* wilj b*'bp«n Monday, Wtdncsdcy, and Friday •vf'ningt until 8 p.m. •^.l'/'.-'^-.^-'-.' ,81tfn' : RUGS; UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. . Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, jpwa.i ; 22w67tfn 7- ; :; ; \: : ;\- ; {NOTICE ;-" , •'•. :;:.,•••',•,'-ELECTRdLUX- '• -• '• ( '.-/;ySALES A:SERVICE ','; - : \j ; DEAN PRENTICE ; 115 E." Grove ALGONA, IOWA :Phbhe 295-7047 FOUND — Cattle strayed to: oiir farm. Owner may iden-- tify jahd pay forbad. Paul El- 1 . bert, LAiVerne. . , Rtal Estate Cattle <2 sS FOR RENT —- Three Holstein JP bulls out of dams with 650, £' 741 and over 800 Ibs. of butv | terfat. Charley; ^ 5061, Bancrotf; ^ F-OR SALE—6 Hereford Steer G. calves — weight about 500 fg Ibs. Good Club Calves. Gerald ^^Rochleau. 92-95* For Rent 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 Sal* or Rent . SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona, Iowa 295-2350 MOASTtD CHKKIN Mr. and Mrt. Jen Pufnam have returned from Ponca, Neb., where they visited with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Putnam.-Jon has group traveled to the Prudert- been home from Kirksville, tial Building which is 41 stor- Mo. where he is a student at lies albove the ground. Obsery- the college. . •'• ers travel to the observaitton Mr. and Mrt. Warren God- deck in one of the .fastest eie- den, Janice and Sherrie, of vators in the world - 1400 Chicago, 111., have been re- feet per minute. From the cent guests of the parent^ Mr; deck one can look out over and Mrs. Jake Godden: Ito Lake Michigan and the night oenior Goddens have aJso,had, hghts of Chicago streets 'as Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow as far as one can see. ' . Saturday morning wa"s token up with a tour of Chicago, roe have had as guests > Dr. Some of the high points were and Mrs. George Auer, of Guttenburg. The men were clatsamates at Loras college, Dubuque. Mr. and Mrt. Albert Hagg had as holiday guests 'their The afternoon was spent 'son and daughter-innlaw Mr. inthe Museum of Science and artd Mrs. Alvin Hagg, Cheryl Industry. The . vastness was and Jeff, of Omaha, Neb., unbelievable. It is said ithbit their son-in-law and daughter it would take thirty ten hour Mr. and Mrs. Vincenjt Mate, days to tour the museum in Rhonda and Ronnie, and Mr. it's entirety. A special exhibit and Mrs. Frank Hagg and included huge Christmas Tim. Other guests during the trees decorated with the cus- Alvin Hagg's visit here were toms of the country they rep- Mrs. Albert Hagg's sisters •resented. "Outstanding points Dorothy TerwiUiger and Ruby of interest were the medical Dodd of Humboldt. , exMbiltaons, 10 foot model During the vitit of Mr. and heart (which one could walk Mrs. Dave Richard and family through), large model .planes of EddyviUe, a family dinner and submarines, coal, mine, 'was held at the parental Paul farm and many exhibits con- Richardson's the Loop, Skid Row, China Town, the .Yacht Chub, Buckingham Fountain, Open Mark' et, and many buildings of interest, • • .''',. '.'".; "'•; -' '•-,' OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Automotive and|gar--i age, Dec. 1st. 408 S. Lowe. No pets. For information 1 call Leonard Maasdam, Algona. 16w87tfn eeeeeeeeeeeetteeeeeeee !''•'•. • it; ; FOR SA'LE — 1955 Chevrolet, . V-8, automatic. Nearly new tires. Leo Carman, phone 2952018. llw93-94 MR. and MRS. 0. T. CHERLAND of LONE ROCK WIN TAYLOR S FREE MEXICO CITY and Mrs. O. T, Cherland of Lent Roek are shown being conflratoUted by wii^ lro " 1 ' Co, oi ugone, Mpon winning • f roe 9^.y trip to Mexico City and Ac.pulco. The luckv couple will travel by car from Mexico City to Aeapuko, staying over- nighH?TtSof Thoy will fly from Dot Moinot to Mexico City and f rem Acapulw ?o Do. Moiilot Ilioy tolr, ire iwMod in their 9-dty trip. Wo oxtend to them our good wishei for a pleasant «nd enjoyiWe trip. Over 117 «yott. attended the dinner and heard Countess Mtrii Pulaski of Warsaw, Poland, toll of her World Wir II spy experience., wen bv the following people — Francis Bjustrom, Algona; Joe *™ , Algonf; Rifhird Chorland, Lono^Rofli; A, F, Orogory,. Rytland; Friderot OHosen; Albert Wfeh, Corw th; Oono Kotch, Corwith; Gortld iSlcfJfZ -SlSlUk^lSS&^ni Mirlin S«h u lri, Bancroft; A, F, Van 7ott*ien; Morlo Lot., Woiloyi Richard Moyort, Wk;Rjch.rdMohko/ltBC^^^ ; '.M irptWing, Algoni; Adeline Wtfner, Algeni. i Ttylori fro flretdy proptrjii, for thfir 10th iehloii Pirty to bo hold in 19tt, Trips will be given as in fho ptft ind tho file, pcogrim will bo similar, Taylor Implement Co "Your H«rve«tiiif Hoadejuortort" celling all of the sciences. SATURDAY NIGHT- the group dined at George Diamond's Steak House. After a dinirter of grilled steaks, activity progressed to the Conraid Hilton Boulevard. Room where a floor show performance on ice was presented. On a cold Sunday morning, we waiiked to church. Some attended the non-demonotioh- al worship in the C9iicago Temple and others St. Peter's Catholic church. We did see three varied size tchapels"^and ithe hiairi worslhip center. Tht ::0 most distinctive feature of - ; ' : the Temple was the chapel in ' .«he Sky. It is located at the base of the spire, 400 feet ; ajbove the ground. This is the ihighest chapel in tiie world l; dedicated to worship. -Inside l of the chapel three items demand special attention. A ' Greek cross on the dome attracts your attention first, v Eadh of It's four quadrants " ; hove '4 . peacock, . fig ^ tree, c iheavenly bodies and a butterfly as symbbls of eternal life. . Next is the beautiful carving table. The carving reveals Jesus kneeling ui deep concern over Jersualem with the titte "Thou Hadst Known." Surrounding the chapel are sixteen stained glass windr ows. They'are divided into four groups, the old Testament, hew Testament, Old World and New World. AFTER attending church services Sunday, preparations were made for departure. The last stop was O'Hare airport where the group ate lunch and toured the airport. Then the homeward journey followed. In spare moments shopping was done in the Chicago Loop area. The Christmas decorations and the Marshal Fields Store were notable. The tired, and excited group, that returned to their classes will always remember |he trip .and the following businesses who provided donations to make the trip possible •*• Fentpn Cooperative Elevator, Bart Cooperative Elevator, Murray taevator (Milo Johnson, owner), Bancroft; Farmers Copperjitiye Elevator, Ledyard; Farmers Cooperative Elevator,. Swea City; West Bend Elevator Co,; Farmers Cooperative. Society, Wesley; Farmers Cooperative Elevator, Tftonlta; LuVerne Cooperative -ISevatpr; Irving- 'ton Cooperative - Elevator; WWtte.mpre Cooperative pe- VDitor; Lwie Rock Cpap Exchange; . Tli-C^, Plying AS- mclation, WtwHtemore; Whit- itemjore Feeds; K 4 ative Oil Company, at which the James Richardsons and William Kuhns were in attendance. Russell Buchanan end Verne McClure will be among those attending the lawyers tax •school at Des Moines and itheir wives will accompany '.'them. " •-•• •':•'"••'.* ,' Mrs. John Helmers has returned from a visit at .Fort Dodge with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs; Virgil Wilsdhusen and family. "••Mrs. Lydia Wetxel has re- 7 oantiy been, visited by her son- .,.i»4ew and dautfiter Mr. 'o* * ' • .- • _ * , • , Mrs, Elmer Peter*, of Jackson, Minn. ' Earl' Rich • returned Thursday from a visit since before Thanksgiving with relatives and friends at Ponca, 111. and vicinity. • - ' Mr. and Mrt. Francis Bunting have been visited by the tatter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ol, son; her.brother Alfred Meyer, of Colirtland, Minn., and her sister Mrs. Alma Stewart ttf- 'Minneapolis, Minn. . Mr. and Mrt. Andrew Hanson have, re tired from work at 'the State 'hotel and have taken an apartment in the Sjogren duplex on the cornet of - Jones and Call streets: .(..-'- •• '*'-. ' -' Four Corner Xmas party Doc. 14 The Four Corner Mother and .Daughter .Club met Nov. 9-at the Union Twp. civic center with Sue and Grace Bjustrom - as hostesses. The program was in charge of Alvina, Walker and Evelyn Mc- NeJM. Alvina gave a lesson on laundry aids and Evelyn in- vilted Allen Buchanan to show slides and talk about birds. The next meeting will be Dec. 14 at the Good Hope Methodist church with a 12:30 luncheon. Roll call will be a candy, exchange. Members are asked to bring the . recipe and a sample for each member. There will be a gift exchange of a dollar value either 'homemade or purchased. . .. " ' ' -' • ' . Hostesses for the lunchwm are Bernice Shaw, Irene-Hoid- ren, Shirley Ostwald and Deanne .Gerber. v 'Program committee is Betty Fislher, Marilyn Bjustrom and Eula Algena MOND (Iowa) DAY^OIC.f former St. Joe man is killed in car crash and three great grandchild* ran. A son Raphael died Dec/ 24, 1941. Aleo surviving are three aisters, Sister Mary Amdia, OSF, Holy Family Hall, Dubuque, Mrs. John Thul, St. Joe, «nd Mrs Nick Eboheti, St. Benedict. v iFUBIJC NOTICES) St. Jo« — Relatives attended funeral services for Casper Kayser, 84, November 30 at 10:30 a.m., at Sacred Heart 3hurch, Waseca, Minn., with Rev. Donald Leary officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery, Waseca. Mr. Kayser died instantly on Monday at 10:35 a.m. of a fracture of the cervical spine at the base of the skull about a half mile west of Waseca in a two-car head-on collision. Casper Kayser was born August 20, 1883, at St. Joe to Michael and Elizabeth Sdhuh Kayser. He was married to the former Louise Merk of Wesley January 12, 1909 and they farmed here till March 1, 1920 when they moved to Waseca, Minn. In 1942 they retired from the farm to Waseca where they 'have lived. Survivors include his widow, two daughters, Mrs. William (Alma) Kriesel of Owatonna, Minn., JuXiann Kayser, St. Paul, Minn.; four grandchildren IN TNI DISTRICT COURT Of TNI ITATI OF IOWA IN AND VOR KOUUTH COUNTY IN TNI MATTIR Of TMI ISTATI OF N«i«l SMtr Dtcvattd. Prab*t« No. *m NOTICI Of PR01ATI Of Will, O» AFPOINffMINT OF IXICUTOR, AND NOTICI TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN TM€ ESTATE OF Hazel Seely DcccOMd: You ore hereby notified that on the 28th doy of November, 1967, the lo»» will ond testament of Hotel Se*ly deceased bearing date of the 9th'doy of April, 1956, wo* admitted to probate In the above named court and that Howard B. Seely wa* appointed executor of (aid estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set oskfe will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the dote of tht second publication -of this notice, at thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that all persons indebted to said estate or* requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditor! 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; ond unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 28th day of November, 1967. Howard B. Seely tiMHtcr et Mltf (Mete Algona, Iowa AMrest H. W. Miller Attorney for seltf ftecvter Algona, Iowa tddren Dote of second publication. )lth doy of December, 1967. Published in the Algona Kottuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa. December 4 and 11, 1967. Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates III NUOINT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA EAL ESTATE & For Rent - Homes - Building Lots REHWU- (1) NEW 3 Bedroom Heme — garage — $11 5.00 Month — available NOW (2) 44' x 80/ BMiinest Building — downtown Algona — Available NOW BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE - M 1 — twe-ttery BRICK OFFICE BUILDING (Ko«uth Mutual In.. Bldg.) — in exeellent cenditien — eem>lef%"alr.eenditien^ - Priced Theutand. $W b.lbw con.truct.on eettt - hat nice .tited roomt — 3 vault* — many other extras 2 — JUST LISTED -^Diagonal Cafe Building and Land — all for $6,000.00 3 — A A W Reot Beer Stand -^ double lot, Building, all equipment ready to go — Owner will tell en Contract er eath — tee ut for info, sheet. HOMES FOR SALE 2 Bedroom — one ttery — 714 E. South St. — now vacant; this can be bought with small down payment ($500.00) — balance @ $50.00 mo. ,.,,..„.. Clean and neat 2 bedreom - 612 E. Pine St. - -II hardwood floor t, nice kitchen, full basement, gat heat; garage — buy now — immediate possession $11,000.00 3-bedroom ttory A '/a; carpeted living room and dining room, kitchen with breakfatt nook, 2 bed- roomt^nd bath downttair!; 1 large room and Va bath up, full batement, gat heat, garage - this it one of the best on the market tod.y for only $11,500.00. 3 bedreom - one ttory - in East Algona - On Corner - Owner says MUST BE SOLD. $1,500.00 (10% down — $750.00 might handle this purchase) 3 bedroom — QUALITY Ranch style home — features attached double garage, HJSRS -••!«! cupboards In W "'»«"•" • *™»9 '»••»' '•'«• ™ *"?» room -Individually heated for ultimate comfert - many many ether entrat included in this lent new Heme $23,500.00 • . „ ^ a b^lriiMn ^-2 ttorv — located in South Cental Algona; carpeted living room an«l dining room — 3£$^^Wlu!^~^*^W~ •" '"•• "» «-r School. ^ . reel value " f 14 500 00 ' :- -- • •'•' ' • • , ' '' ••'•' ' ' " V k^«Lm l.milu ham* — 405 S Jonet St. — One bedreem * Va bath down — I upstairs and * ilTSr^lln. CtCST^ OUHeV W^ heat - double garage - Jan; 1, 1941 p^tf..!.*, OWNERS SAY $EU, DUPLEX — here't an excellent opportunity to live in half — let the rent from other x 132' lot - hat lew low heat cost and tinet - Price wayf building it located on pettestien toon — buy now for $9,250.00 BUHDINCI LOTS Lots - » more .sold recently -*M**X*g!2 ^.WHLT. reads ~~* v — located in N. E. Algena - all for $4,500,00 - buy NOW tnd lot them grow for you *~ |««ollont rofidentiil lot — corner of Sowth Moere Street § Ovormoyer Privo — W totf — locotod Weit of atrrigan - VerioMs prices- Wo ilwayt Mfl low (itHiii - Now it on oxoolloul Ibio to toll - toyoro ait Gall it if yw want lo tod or liy - Oir Hotiin cliai|t ttly, Herbst Real Estate JOEL M. HERBST TED S. NEIHT

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