Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1966
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V Help Wmlid WANTED - , under 45 yrs. in beautiful new farm home for one middle aged respectable man. One or two children welcome. Good wage Write giving address or telephone number and we will furnish reference in person. Write Goldfield Post Office box 261 Goldfield, la. 12-15* WANTED - Married marTfor" farm work. P. M. Christensen, 925-3701, Lone Rock. 10w5tfn EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Notices • . . FARM AUCTION ™!h»H »' e g01 "i g to quit farmin B- w* Will sell the following des- crbed personal property on the farm located from the Elmore Nursery corner, 1 mile north, 3 miles east, 1 mile north and the first place west; or from Blue Earth, 4 miles south on 169, 1 mile east, 1 mile south and P/ 4 miles east, on e . , WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14th Sal* Starts at 12 Noon Johnson Lunch Wagon on Grounds o, U/M e, B ,., 17 ° HEAD OF LIVESTOCK I "?{• ST » N 5 ATTLE - Holstein cow. fresh Jan. 3rd with 3rd calf; Two Holstein Cows, fresh sale day, 3rd calves; Two Holstein cows, fresh Jan. 4, 3rd calves; Holstein cow, fresh Dec. 30 with 3rd calf; Holstein cow, bred July 1, coming 4th calf; Holstein cow, fresh Nov 2nd calf, bred back; Holstein cow, fresh Nov. 12, with « J! a !f, : Holstein cow ' fresh Nov. 10 with 3rd calf; Holstein cow, fresh Nov. 27 with 3rd calf; Holstein heifer, fresh Nov. 26, 1st calf, re-bred; Holstein cow, fresh Nov. 12, 4th calf, re-bred- Holstein cow, to freshen by sale, 2nd calf; Holstein Heifer, fresh Dec. 30, 1st calf; Holstein Heifer fresh Nov. 24, 1st calf; Holstein Heifer fresh Nov. 12, 1st calf; 4 yearling heifers with Holstein bull since Jan. 1; Holstein Heifer 5 mos. old; Also one 2 mos. old. All cattle are clean, TB and Bangs Tested. 142 HOGS — 15 Hamp. Sows turned with 2 Reg. Duroc boars on Nov. 8th; 12 Farmers Hi Bred Sows turned with Duroc boars on Dec. 30th; 2 Reg. Duroc yearling boars, real good type; 113 Winter pigs, Farmer Hi Bred and Duroc cross, about 50 to 60 Ibs. Double vaccinated and castrated. 6 SHEEP — 5 ewes and 1 buck. MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT TRACTORS — John Deere Model 60 Tractor, with live power, roll-o-matic, wheel weights, has fluid in tires and heat houser; 1937 John Deere Model A, new tires. OTHER MACHINERY — John Deere No. 40 Cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; John Deere Model 45 Manure Loader, with snow bucket; Gehl Chopper in real good condition; Case Blower with 40 feet of pipe; John Deere 490 r 4-row planter; fertilizer attachments and rubber press wheels; John Deere 12A Combine, good shape, has motor; John Deere 9 ft. Left Cut Windrower; Oliver Pull Type 2 row Corn Picker; Case Manure Spreader, 95 bushel capacity; John Deere Model R Spreader, new tires; McCormick Deering No. 37-14 ft. Wheel Tandem Disc with greaseless bearings; John Deere Rotary Hoe; Humboldt Stalk Cutter, in good shape; John Deere Model 55 Truss Beam 3-14 in. plow; John Deere 2-16 inch Plow; 11 ft. McCormick Spring Tooth Harrow; 15 ft. John Deere Disc, and much other machinery that space does not permit listing. Usual Auction Terms Not responsible For Accidents No Property Removed Until It Has Been Settled For ERNEST RHODA & TED ZIEGLER Quinn and Clark, Auct. First National Bank of Elmore, Clerk FOR RENT r- Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona. CASH FOR WALNUT TREES — S & R Walnut Co. Box 214, Rowan, Iowa. 99-17* BIG SELECTION USED FURNITURE • Phone 295-3837 • Auction House Subsidiary of: BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. Algona ' Cattle SELLING HOLSTEIN HERD privately due to labor shortage. Consisting of 12 cows, milking, some just fresh. 15 heifers from calves to springing. Rolling herd average 453 Ibs. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, la. 32wl2-13 FOR SALE — Polled Hereford bulls. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. la. Ilw4tfn Need Printing? Cull the ADVANCE! HEKBST IV* FOR SALE 1—17 ft. Fiasco Truck platform 2 years old. 2—Truck Tarps 12 x 16 and 12 x 18 shaped for grain box. WM. R. KUHN Phone 295-5852 Algona, Iowa lltfn For Sale FOR SALE — SPINET PIANO like new. Must liquidate immediately. Can see in this vicinity. Terms for responsible party. For information write, Credit Mgr., P. 0. Box 3243, DCS Moines, Iowa. 28wl2 AUCTION Due to the death of my husband, we will hold a public auction on the farm located V 2 mile south and 3 miles east of Whittemore, or 5 miles west of Algona, on McGregor blacktop road and 1 mile south and 1 mile west, on THURSDAY, FEB. 17 - starts al 11 a.m. Donna's Lunch, Fenton, on grounds 155 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 155 88 HEAD OF CATTLE — 12 Hereford-Shorthorn 2nd calf cows to freshen in spring; 5 Hereford-Shorthorn heifers to freshen in spring; 50 Hereford-Shorthorn steer calves; 16 Hereford-Shorthorn heifer calves; 5 small calves. (Heifers are vaccinated) 59 HOGS — 13 Hamp. gilts bred to Duroc boar (Boar turned in Jan. 3 — to farrow last of April); 46 Hampshire feeder pigs (Hogs are vaccinated) SHEEP — 7 Hampshire Ewes — to lamb soon; 1 Buck. 4 TRACTORS 1962 McCormick 560 — Complete with wide front, power steering, 3-way hydraulic, T-A. In excellent condition. 1953 Mc-Cormick Super-M — 2-way hydraulic. Late model (battery under seat) C Farmall — Complete with mounted C-21 mower, 2-row cultivator, 2-row planter. F-20 Farmall. MCCORMICK 303 COMBINE Used 1 season. Complete with 12 ft. grain header, Hume reel, robot header control, 2-row corn head, cab, power steering, and used very little. Like new. PLANTER McCormick No. 456 — 4 row corn planter with rubber press wheels, large plastic fert. boxes, herbicide and insecticide attachment, disc openers. Planter is like new. POWER MACHINERY New Holland No. 331 PTO tractor spreader — like new; Oliver 14 ft. wheel tandem disc with greaseless bearings — like new; McCormick No, 46 baler with PTO, bale chute and hitch; John Deere No. 555 — 4 bottom trip bottom plow, new style lays; John Deere No. 55 tractor plow; New Holland Roto-Rake; McCormick No. 448 4 row cultivator; McCormick No. 2-M 2 row mtd. corn picker; McCormick 8 ft. binder-windrower; McCormick No. 30 heavy duty manure loader; McCormick 8 ft. field cultivator; Western 14 ft. land roller; John Deere 4 section rotary hoe; John Deere 15 ft. tractor disc; 6 section lever-flexible harrow & evener; 8 ft. weeder. FEED EQUIPMENT New Gehl blower with PTO & 55 ft. pipe; Case field cutter with both heads; Farm-Hand forage wagon with PTO; S & H self-unloading wagon; 2 Westendorf rubber tired wagons. 15 in. rubber, hoists, Heider barge boxes, like new; 200 bu. walk-in hog feeder; 2 hay bunks; cattle scratcher; 2 Pride-of-the-Farm hog feeders; 5 — 14 ft. all bolted feed bunks in excellent condition. OTHER MACHINERY 42 ft. Farmers Friend grain elevator; 40 ft. Little Giant grain elevator; McCormick endgate seeder like new; McCormick manure spreader; Rubber tired wagon with steel flare box; Rubber tired wagon with wood flare box; Rubber tired wagon with flat rack; 2-wheel implement trailer. H TON PICKUP 1949 % ton International pickup with good rubber. MISCELLANEOUS Clipper fanning mill with motor; roll-away chicken nests; chicken feeders and waterers; rubber tired wheelbarrow; 300 gal. water tank; tractor chains; several roils of corn cribbing; 4'x8' water tank with 2 built-in hog waterers; 2 hydraulic cylinders; tank heater; speed jack; large tarp; Heat Houser for Super-M; overhead hoist; 12'xl6' brooder house; tractor wheel weights; and many tools and other items too numerous to mention. FEED, HAY ft STRAW 2,000 bales alfalfa hay in barn, but will be piled in 200 bale lots days of sale; 300 bales good bright oats str«w; 100 bales stubble bedding; 160 tons silage in silo. CHICKENS — 375 Hy-I4ne pullets laying 80%. Terms: Usual auction terms. Not responsible for any accidents. No property to be removed until settled for. 0, A. («M|*M) NRNfR Ertato Quinn, Clark i Clirfc/Auctioneer* Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, Clerk JUST LISTED One story, exceptionally clean, 5 room bungalow, attached garage, 108 North .Colby Street. Carpeted living room, dining room, good sized, kitchen, 2 bedrooms 7 and batn^fnff^S&sement, oil heat. Possession May 1, 1966. This home won't be for sale very long. Better look NOW. MEREST REAL ESTATE Joel M. Herbst (over Penney's) Ted S. Herbst 295-3733 ON MONDAY ALGONA INSURANCE 206 E. State Algona Phone 295-3176 BE SURE — INSURE. M-C Continuous Flow. Grain Drying Makes . f3 Drying Ml If Easy..., Put wet grain in the top... cooled grain comes out tically , ., no cracking or grind* ing.. t perfect quality all the timej TAYLOR USED CARS FORDS 1965 FORD Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe, bucket seats, Cruise-a-matic. radio. Dark blue finish with matching trim. Spotless. 1965 FORD Galaxie 500 LTD 4-door Hardtop. Factory Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Brakes, full power, vinyl roof, 12,000 actual miles. ABSOLUTELY SPOTLESS. 1964 FORD Country Sedan, 6- passenger, V-8, Cruise-a- matic, radio, power steering, solid black color with matching interior. Very good. 1963 FORD Custom 2-door, V-8 engine, standard transmission, beige color, extra nice, radio. 1962 FORD Galaxie 500, 6-cylinder 2-door, standard transmission, very sharp, solid white with black and white interior. 1962 FORD 4-door Galaxie 500, power steering and brakes, radio, Cruise-a-matic. Solid White Color. 1961 FORD 4 door Galaxie, V-8, radio, Cruise-a-matic, two- tone turquoise and white, clean. 1961 FORD Galaxie 2-door Hard top. V-8, Cruise-a-matic, turquoise and white, pytra sharp. 1960 FORD Ranch Wagon, 4- door, V-8, standard trans. 1960 FORD 2-door Victoria Galaxie Starline (fastback), Cruise-a-matic, radio, power steering. Cream color, extra nice. 1959 FORD 4-door Galaxie. Cruise-a-matic; radio, solid white, extra nice. MEiRCURYS 1963 MERCURY Monterey 4- door, Breezeway roof, light beige color, Merco. matic, power brakes, sharp. 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, power steering and brakes, Bronze color, extra nice car. 1961 COMET Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, standard transmission. 1960 MERCURY Monterey, 4- door sedan, power steering and brakes, Mercoma- tic, blue color with matching trim. Fine second family car. "See the men in the Orange Parkas . . ." TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Ford & Mercury Sales & Service 5-3504 Algona SEEDLINGS TREES FOR SALEI Taking orders for seedlings for windbreaks and wildlife plantings. See the Kossuth County Soil Conservation office! Prices reasonable. Place your orders early. 5-13 USED TRUCKS READY TO GO! 1965 FORD Va-ton Pickup, V-8 engine, Custom Cab, Deluxe two-tone paint, beige and white. 13,000 actual miles, rear bumper. Spotless and still in Ford New Truck Warranty. 1963 FORD Econoline Van with side windows and side and rear doors. Extra nice. 1958 FORD F-600 2-ton truck, 2-speed and 4-speed, 8:25 tires with new Fiasco 14 ft. rain box, heavy duty hoist. Ready to roll. 1955 STUDEBAKER %-ton Pickup with box, overdrive, heavy duty. 1959 CHEVROLET Va-ton Pickup, 3 speed transmission, very good mechanical condition. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 5-3504 Algona Ask us about our OIAIN MYU Taylor Implement Co, Hogs on all ALUMINUM SIDING Priced from . . . $36.00 100 Square Feet and upl BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE North of Chrome Corner 295-5369 Algona Card of Thanks •»«•»»»»•••»»»»»»+*»»»»» :ARD OF THANKS — i would like to express my sincere hanks to all my friends and elatives who so kindly remembered me during my hospitaliza- ion and convalescence. All the >rayers, Cards, flowers and gifts were so deeply appreciated and will long be remembered. May od bless each and every one of you and keep you always in Us loving care. Leona Siemer. 12* GARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank my relatives and friends 'or the gifts, cards, flowers and bod received during and follow- ng my recent hospitalization. A special thank you to Rev. Coughenour for his visits. Mrs. Harold Mosher. 12* ALGONA (low*) ADVANCE—7 THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1966 ft SMd FOR SALE — Baled and Loose Hay and Straw. Melvin Rieken, Burt,. la. 1M2* WILD BIRD FEED AND FEEDERS!! Bag or bulk bird feed — either mixed with corn or regular bird seed. Get your supply today— Plenty of snow on the ground! ALGONA FLOUR A FEED South Phillip* St. AlfeiM Services For Rent 'OR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in, call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. ISwlOtfn FOR RENT — Commercial bldg. at 714 South Phillips Street. on highway 169. 24x40' with office. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m.: 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 24w8tfn FOR RENT—In Algona, 7 room modern house, one story, gas heat. Available at once. Ernest Logue, Livermore. Phone 3791475 Day or Phone 379-1223 eve nings. 25w7tfr> FOR RENT — 3 bedroom home Call 295-2822 or 295-2350. 9w2tfn FOR RENT — 3 room apart ment, close-in with private entrance and bath. Call 5-3837 Bjustrom, Furniture Store, Al FOR RENT — Two bedroom du plex. Call 295-3581 before p.m.; 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 12wlOtfn SEWING MACHINE — Service all makes. Free estimate in store. New zi-zags from $49 up. Late model trade-in prided to sell. North Iowa Sewing Ma chine Co.. Algona, la. 29wlltfn PROBATES Rifts Feb. 1 for ex-Ledyard man • Ledyard -^- Funeral sefvitei were held Tuesday morning Feb. 1 at the Garner CatHffllS church for Joe Steinberg, former Ledyard man. Mr. Stein* berg, 68, died at his home* -fit urday following a heart attack. He had not been in the bestijbf health for some time but* his death was unexpected. • ; He was born on July 9, 1897 near Ledyard to Joseph and Carrie Steinberg. He was mar? ried to Mary Nettleton who survives along with two daughters and one son, along with one brother. John of Ledyard end- two sisters, Emma, Mrs. Ro&coe~ Mayne of Armstrong and Mrs., Minnie Jordal. of Minneapolisj' along with grandchildren, riier. ces and nephews. ' ''• Burial was at Greene, Iowa. \ Attending from here were' John Steinberg, John Manthei and John Kramersmeier, Mr, and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne and Mr* and Mrs. Earl Trenary of/Arm* < strong and Joe Weaver of Minneapolis. ... | Opportunity FOR SALE — 80 gilts, close up. Kiester Pig Hatchery, Donald Greenfield, Owner. Phone 2943229, Kiester, Minn. 15\vll-12 FOR SALE — Purebred Yorkshire boars, ready for heavy service. Testing records show gains up to 2.48 and loin eyes up to 5.51. Don Marty, LuVerne, Iowa. 26w25tfn WINTER SPECIALS POCAHONTAS LUMBER STORE Premium Maple PreFin. Panel Close Out, 400 4x8 pcs. 3.99 96" Birch PreFin. Cabinets & Formica Formed Top 199,95 9x9 Floor Tile .OSMs Premium Ivory Mahog. Panel Close Out, 400 4x8 pcs. 3.69 12x12 Ceiling Tile .09% 8x18 3 Pen Hog House __ 189.95 12x14 4 Pen Hog House 249.95 12x18 6 Pen Hog House 319.95 4x8 %" Plasterboard ___ 1.28 Precut 2x4 stud Kiln Dried .29 Steel Farrowing Crate __ 28.95 4x8 ¥4" Fir Plywood ___ 2.24 Pouring Insulation, 20 Ib. bag .69 Tub, Stool and Lavatory with fittings 89.95 4x8 Prefin. Mahog. Panel 2.69 16"x8' Prefin. Mahog Panel .69 4x8 % Birch A2 Plywood 12.48 Track Aluminum Window 8.95 4x8 % Fir Plywood 5.28 4x8 % Particle Board _._ 2.72 4x8 % Mahogany Plywood A2 11.84 24"x80" Mahogany Door 3.95 5'x9' Ping Pong Table Top 10.95 12 LELAND FARROWING STALLS ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTED For more information call 567-4651 or write Box 26 Leland, Iowa 8-15 Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — A^jSONA FOR SALE — Garbage Truck and Business in Algona, Burt and Swea City. 295-3456 or see me at 704 East South Street. 21wl2 13 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RENA L. BUELL, Deceased. Probate No. IMS NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF RENA L. BUELL Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 31st day of January, 1966. the last will and testament of Rena L. Bue|l, deceased, bearing dote of the 8th day of April, 1960, and codicils attached thereto dated Sept. 1, 1961, Jan. 10, 1962, Sept. 10, 1962, Nov. 20, 1962, Mar. 12, 1963, Dec. 2, 1963. Mar. 6, 1964, Nov. 2, 1964, Apr. 16, 1965 and. Sept. 28, 1965 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that H. W., Miller was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given.that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the 1 undersigned, and creditors - ;; having *!i'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 from the seconc publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall hereafter be forever barred. Dated this 31st day of January, 1966. H. W. Miller Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Address H. W. Miller Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 10th day of February, 1966. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa February 3 and 10, 1966. MANAGER TRAINEE DIAL FINANCE CO. Fine opportunity for young man, age 21 to 30, high school graduate with good grades, pleasing personality with executive and leadership potential. Car allowance paid in addition to good starting salary and unusual program of employee benefits. APPLY MR. HURLEY 8 North 7th Street 576 4191 Fort Dodge, Iowa 11-16 USED MACHINERY CEILING TILE! We have a fine selection with MANY SAMPLES IN STOCK! While you are thinking of ceiling tile, we would like to remind you we have a complete supply of paneling sheet rock, flooring for your recreation room. Do it yourself or we can arrange for contracting. BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE North of Chrome Corner 295-5369 Algona FIRST SUBSCRIBER — Sioux County pioneer, Charles Nu gent, \yas the first subscriber o; tlie Sheldon Mail when the firs Mail was printed on Jan. 1, 18~ SHELLERS MM 1210 PTO Shellmaster MM 1210 PTO Shellmaster MM 1200 PTO Shellmaster TRACTORS (AM 2-Star. real sharp MM 5 Star \AM UB Special w/power Steering __. MM 5 Star w/TA, PS & 3pt MM 5 Star w/TA, & PS MM 445 w/TA & PS ___. JDG JD A MH 44 0 w/Farmhand Stacker . B AC F-98 Knipcp Heater w/therm -HHHHH-**-l"H"H-H'1 M-H- WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store ELECTROLOX SALES & SERVICE i; Bill Goodpasture 295-3395 USED l MACHINERY DISKS JD AW 13MO" __._ $695 JD RW 14'6" $395 IHC No. 37 14' $465 IHC No. 35 12' $225, Kewanee 14' $465 PLANTERS JD 495A Dry Pert. & Insec. $975' JD 495A Dry Pert. & Insec. $950 JD 495A Dry Pert. & Insec. $940 JD 494A Dry Pert. & Insec. $865 JD 494A Dry Pert. & Insec. $900 JD 495 Dry Pert. & Insec. $850 JD 494 Liq. Pert. & Insec. $590 JD 490 Disc dry fert., rubber press & insect, with hydraulic $375 ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE "The Store Where The Action Is" East on Hwy. 18 Algona, Iowa $1950 $1875 $1395 $2395 $2275 $1795 $2395 $2275 $1595 _ $795 - $295 $775 $495 $110 Several Used Spreaders on hand New Knipco Portable Heaters in stock. BUSGHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 N. Main ALGONA CHECK EACH WEEK FOR SPECIAL QARSOITS BONUS "TOP GIFT" STAMPS COME SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL, NEW 1966 WALLPAPERS AS LOW AS 39' Roll r-, i i i i i • please. FREE APOTHECARY JAR Big, 22-ox. Size limit 1 — FREE to adult with coupon, while supply lasts. No moil, phone orders, please. 1 I I I I I CARSON'S For 210 E. ALGONA, IOWA Ph. 295-3737

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