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Ex-Fenfonlte Honored With Birthday Party A former Fenton woman, Mrs. Richard C, (Patsy) Goetsch, a resident of t.his area for almost half a decade, was the recipient of a birthday party given in her honor by Mrs. Stella Fitzgerald as hostess, from Oak Park, HI. Mrs. Patsy Goetsch has been a resident of Oak Park for three years, where she has made many friends. A number other friends were honored guests and her hostess went all out in making the occasion festive; setting an attractive table and serving a delicious (dinner) luncheon. All the guests are grateful to Mrs. Fitzgerald for her thoughtfulness in making the day an occasion that will be long remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwartz and Edith Laage visited at the home of Mrs. Karl Schwartz, Rockwell City, Sunday. Wednesday dinner guests at the Waidemar Laage home were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwartz and Edith Laage. Mrs. Herman Haack, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck visited Sunday afternoon at the Roger Long home In Algona. snton Chit - Chat THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS ! i PHONE 295-3535 • 7c Per Word, Cash in Advance lOc Per Word, Charged All Classified Ad& run in BOTH The Algona Upper Des Moines newspaper and The North Iowa Shopper Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Norman Finnestad home. Mr. and Mrs. Finnestad called Sunday evening at the Herman Gade home. Sunday guests at the Clayton Wolfe home were Mrs. Wolfe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grant and Cheryl, Anthon, la., David Grant, Vermillion, S. D., Carol Grant, Sioux City, A2c Merwin Grant, and Mr. and Mrs. Darold Wolfe, Waverly. Sunday dinner guests at the Victor Dreyer home in honor of Mrs. Dreyer's and Vickie's birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hall and Jerry, Mrs. Alice Hall, Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Babe Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hall and family, Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baylor, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Win. 0. Dreyer, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs.MelvinTheisen and family. Weekend guests at the Arno Julh home were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Juhl, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Juhl and family, Waseca, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase, Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and boys, Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and family, Graettinger, Mrs. Elmer Naig, Emmetsburg, Frank Dreyer and Jane, Lone Rock. Cheryl Uthof was an overnight guest at the Harvey Henriksen home Friday for Margena's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long, and Abbie Tjuden, Algona, were Saturday dinner guests at the Waidemar Laage home. THANK YOU We take this time and space to say, To all who helped in any way, A THOUSAND THANKS till better pay Can come to you another day, To all the alumni who came to play A game they learned just t'other day; To the students who without This game could not have come about j To the clowns who were so funny; To the refs who asked no money (Though some opponents seemed to think, , x A big pay-off did the trick;) To the cheerleaders in their sacks oi gunny To the coach who had so much to do But didn't mind the ballyhoo; To the janitor for the extra work But never gave a thought to shirk. Although the Foreign Student Project came to nil, To spend the money wisely, we assure you, we will. Our good will thus far has reached to such worthies As Senior Girls' teas and Halloween parties, Curtains, lights, robes, uniforms when needed, Library books last year we ceded, Science, Conservation and an Art award, Have helped students display their talents with one accord. But lest we should forget to say A thanks to all who had to pay, We do so now, "Thank you, Thank you, And so for 'now this ends our column Before it turns into a volume. We had fun - Hope you did, too 1 (Town and Country Woman s Club, Feuton, Iowa). Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Henriksen and family, Armstrong, and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and Linda were Friday evening callers at the Harvey Henriksen home for Margene's birthday. The W.S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist church met March 2 at the church parlors with Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, Mrs. ArtVolgt and Mrs. Clarence Underwood as hostesses. The program was given by Mrs. Don Shaw, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Mrs. Dale Voigt and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel. Devotions were given by Mrs. Fred Mortenson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn were Sunday evening callers a the Lloyd Sunde home. Don Uthof, Dodge Center Minn., and Edward Mitchell wer Sunday dinner guests at the Ra Uthof home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Flint and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family, and Don Uthof, Dodge Center, Minn., visited Sunday afternoon at the Edwin Uthof home. Janice Austin is staying at the Clarence Wegener home until school is out. She is a senior at Ringsted High School. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Austin, have moved to Fairmont. The Dorcas sewing club met Feb. 28 at the home of Mrs. Ella Waite, with seven members present. Mr. and Mrs. George Pertl, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hoein, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. George Weber, Dolliver, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson, Dunnell, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Ervin Borchardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers and family, Wayne.Eimers,Deni- son, Joni Binder, Ayrshire, Janet Hammerstrom, and Allan .Marlow, Lone Rock, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gus Krause home for Mrs. Krause's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers visited Sunday evening at the Ervln Votteler home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and John, and Mrs. E. J. Frank spent the weekend at Cedar Falls visiting Mrs. Howard Rabey and children. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hannifan, Knoxville, spent the weekend at the Erwin Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn entertained their card club Sunday evening. High prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, low to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanover, travel to Mrs. Duane Hanover and Joe Culbertson. Sunday dinner guests at the Calvin Vaudt home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hannifan, Knoxville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Johnson to celebrate the birthdays ol Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Candace Vaudt and Lynette Johnson. The Saturday afternoon bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Ervin Johnson March 4. There were three tables inplay. Prizes went to Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. Ella Newel. Guest players were Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mrs. Lena Jentz and Mrs. Herman Maahs. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde visited Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Lester Theesfield, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jentz and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lena Jentz. Mrs. Ida Simmons, Fairmont, was an afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Krause attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause at the Lone Rock Legion hall, Sunday. John Luedtke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke is spending the quarter break from Iowa State with his parents. Mrs. Rueben Luedtke and John spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Goke and Dennis, Milwaukee, Wise. Renee Hantelman is staying at the Harry Haase home while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, are visiting their son Allen who is in service at San Antonio, Tex. 9,200 UNDUPLICATED CIRCULATION •BBBMBBBBBB A REAL SWINGER! This guy came boppinl [into our store the otherl day. He was a real swinger! — sun glasses, ducktaill zoot suit, white bucks, neonl socks, etc. He flashed a big,| fat roll of bills and soldi "This where you sell GMCl (trucks?" and we answeredl in the affirmative. "Swell"! he says, "I just wanna use| the can . . ." JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. IFOR SALE, gen'l "FOR SALE - Browning 12-gauge automatic, 2 months old, gold trigger, light weight, recoil barrel. $25 down, will finance. KENNETH ROETHLER, Phone 295-3039. (I 9 ) FOR SALE - Farfisa compact combo organ, all-transistor. Ph. 295-3384 after 5 p. m. (19tfn) FOR SALE - THOMAS ORGAN (like Lawrence Welk uses) In like new condition - walnut finish - can be seen In this area. Someone may assume payments. Write to Credit Manager, ACME piano Co., Box 4093, H. P. Station, Des Moines, Iowa 50313. (19*) FOR SALE - 3-Bedroom Home - at 509 North Church St. Call Verngjl Ludwig, Ph. 295-3413, Algeria''," lai' (18-23*) FOR SALE - Seven Lots, 1608 Poplar St., Algona la. Phone 924-3417, Hurt. (19-20*) FOR SALE - Special price on LINCOLN WELDERS. New 180 AMP. are $79.95 and new 225 AMP are $92.95. Price includes helmet, cable, ground clamp, electrode holder, wall plug, and sample electrodes. GAS WELDING and CUTTING TORCHES are $99.50. Complete line of DITZLER PAINTS. • COOK'S WELDERS SUPPLY, INC., Algona, Iowa. (16-23) FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc" fall boars. We bred and raised the boar that sired the pig setting the recent new record at the Ames Testing Station, indexing 223, with a daily gain of 3.20. W. J. STEWART, Burt, Ph. 924-3774. (8tfn) PIANO CLEARANCE NOW I New Chlckerings, Everetts, Wur- lltzers, Halnes. Also several used, rental-return spinets. SPECIAL SUNDAY OPENING, March 12, 1-6 p. m. SAVE.. . at JONES . . . Pianos & Hammond Organs . . . Fort Dodge, la. (18-19) FOR SALE - Hamp Boars sired by "St. Joe Prince" and, "Andy". "St. Joe Prince" sired the highest Indexing pen of boars of all breeds of all times at the Ames Testing Station. Pen average Index 211 Hi "Andy's" pen of boars average Index 204.61 LICKTEIG BROS., Algona, Iowa, PI). 295-3031. (12-32*'). FOR SALE - 1954 John Deere 60 Tractor; live power; new rubber; A-l shape. LEROY ENNEN, Lone Rock, Iowa. (18-19*) WANTED HELP WANTED - Desk Clerk. Apply in person to manager, ALGONA HOTEL. (19 & 20) WANTED - Cook for 4 days a week - 2:30 to 6:30 p. m. Wage given according to experience, Write BOX 535-A, c/o Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. (18-19) ! Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for cards, visits and kindnesses during the time of the Illness and death of our husband and father. The family of Francis (Shrimp) Froehllch. (19*) CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you for the many remembrances, prayers, cards, letters and gifts which meant so much during my stay In the hospital and alter my arrival at home. Mrs. M. H. McEnroe. (19*) CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all my friends, relatives and neighbors for the cards, visits and flowers I received while I was In the hospital at Mason City and Algona. They were all very much appreciated. John P. Klrsch. (19*) Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale I FARM EQUIP. NEW AND USED FARM MACHINERY 1 - J.D. 953 farm wagon on rubber tires, with hoist and 6 x 10 barge steel box.. $310.00 Thursday, March 9, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des MoInes-7 Lost & Found LOST - Small black and white female Bulldog; answers to name of "Snoopy." Reward. Call 295-3192. (19-20) 1 - J. D. Spring tooth harrow $90.00 OLDSMOBILES 1965 Starflre Coupe, air conditioning, full equipment. A blue beauty. One-owner, very particular at that. 1965 Dynamic 88 - A fully equipped beauty with factory air. Antique silver color and like new Inside and out. 1964 Dynamic 88, 4 dr, sedan, Mark IV Air cond., power stra> and brakes. Green and white top. One of the most popular Oldtmoblles _. $1895 1963 Olds Dynamic 4 door hardtop. Hydramatlc, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes. An all white beauty with red custom Interior. 1962 Olds Super 88, 4 dr. hardtop. Good enough for the boss' wlfel 1962 Olds 4 dr. Dynamic 88 - a fully equipped cat with the extras you want. Power lock rear end and automatic trunk to name a couple. The lowest priced value around at $1095 1962 Olds Dynamic 88, 4 dr., auto, trans., power steering, power brakes, whitewalls. Rose with white top. Extra Sharp $1195 RAMBLERS 1965 4 dr. 660 Sedan, radio, heater, auto, trans., 232 c.u. inw six cylinder engine. Green with white top. Extra Clean $1495 1965 4 dr, 660 Sedan with overdrive, radio and 232 engine. Blue and white $1395 1965 4 dr. 660 Station Wagon, overdrive, split seats, not many of these around. Try us on a swap. 2 - 1961 Rambler Classic 6, std. shift, a fine second car for someone. Your choice - pick blue or green - $ 575 OTHERS 1965 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door, auto, trans., power steering, radio, heater, white sidewalls, 283 V-8 engine, air conditioning. SHARPEST IN TOWN $ 1895 1963 Mercury Comet Convertible, V-8, power strg., auto, trans., radio, heater, whitewalls _- $1295 1962 Ford Galaxie 500, 4 dr, straight stick, radio and heater. ALSO SEVERAL OLDER "JUST CHEAP TRANSPORTATION" BUYS 1 - I.H.C. 11 1/2 ft. spring tooth harrow, tractor controlled .............. $75.00 ' NEW SPACE HEATERS - the famous KNIPCO or CENTURY models. ARTSWAY, BRADY and WETMORE Grinder - Mixers in stock. 1 - WETMORE Grinder -Mixer, used only as demonstrator. Going at .......... $1,250.00 NEW 1/2 H.P. Air Compressor, Complete with hose ---- $82.50 1 - Used Air Compressor with hose ............. $12.50 LAWN BOY, AR1ENS and ROOF mower headquarters. See the new 30 inch ARIENS Emperor Riding mower! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Fenton, Iowa (19) FOR RENT FOR RENT - Three bedroom house with garage. Close in. Phone 295-3382. (19) FOR RENT - 2-Bedroom House, 1608 Poplar St., Algona, la. , Immediate possession. . Ph. 924-3417, Burt. "(19-20*) "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER 125 SOUTH DODGE ...... ALGONA, IOWA __ fr l)AU FOR SALE - 3-bedroom home, 529 No. Jones, Algona, close to churches and schools. Phone 295-2771, Algona. (16-21) SEE AT PERCIVAL'S 1966 Dodge Dart 270 4 dr. Sedan, with only 9,000 miles that cannot be told from new. Equipped with 'big 6' cyl., straight shift, pushbutton radio, remote mirror, padded dash, emergency flasher, Is bright red with matching deluxe Interior. 1966 Plymouth Fury 2 dr. Hardtop. A beauty with 383, pwr. steering, vinyl Interior, radio, and many other extras. Has 20,000 miles of factory warranty left. 1965 Mercury Monterey 4 dr. Sedan. Only 20,000 miles on this local one-owner car that Is like new Inside and out. Pwr. steering and other extras. 1965 Dodge Polora 4 dr. Has air conditioning, power steering, other extras. Local one-owner car see and drive. 1965 Plymouth Fury 4 dr. Has V-8, power steering, torquefllte. Color it mist blue and still has factory warranty. 1965 Plymouth Fury 4 dr., V-8, torquefllte, power steering, radio. White with red Interior. 1964 Dodge 440 2 dr. Hardtop, V-8, torquefllte, radio. This car is one of the sharpest hardtops In town — factory warranty. Turquoise. 1964 Chrysler 300 2 dr. Hardtop. One of a kind- Silver Special - air conditioning, bucket seats, console - a real beauty. 1964 Pontlac OTO 2 dr. Hardtop, V-8, 4 speed, bucket seats, sharp. 1963 Chevrolet Impala 4 dr. Hardtop. V-8, power- glide, radio. One-owner and very clean, 1962 Ford Country Sedan Wagon. White with tan vinyl Interior. Very clean - power steering, power brakes, crusie-o-matic. 1962 Oldsmoblle Super 88 4 dr. A maroon car nicely equipped that is way above average. 1961 Ford 2 dr. 8 cyl. stick. Only $295. 1958 FORD, 8, stick. Only $150. 1956 DeSoto - Cheopie but runs good. 1954 Hudson Jet — clean and runs like new. 1930 Model A Ford 2 dr. Collector's item. Only $125. TRUCKS 1951 Dodge ! i Ton pickup with grain box. New engine recently. 1949 Dodge 3 4 ton pickup with combination stock & grain box. 5000 miles on overhaul. BANK/RATE FINANCING PERCIVAL'S MARCH 9, Thursday - Edwin H. Wichtendahl sale, at farm 3 miles east and 3 1/2 south of Fenton, or 3 1/2 south of Lone Rock and 2 miles west. Details is UDM issue of March 2. Sale starts 12:30 p.m. Offered are 28 head Holsteins and Guern- seys, milking equipment, machinery and miscellaneous. Auctioneers are Leek & Quinn. MARCH 11, SATURDAY - M. J. Geusinkveld Sale; six miles south of Algona on 169 and 1/2 mile west or 5 north of St. Joe and 1/2 west. Farm machinery and miscellaneous items. Sale details in March 9 issue. Raymond Spencer and Ronald Peck, Auctioneers. Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk. USED MACHINERY TRACTORS IHC 560 - — $3650 M602 MM --- $4150 IHC S.M.T.A.D. with LPTO, real sharp __ $1550 1961 MM M5 with 3 pt, Hitch $3100 MM M5 $2895' MM 445 w/3 point -_ $1295 MM LIB -- $1295 MISCELLANEOUS Blair Feeder Wagon __ $575 No. 30 Grain-O-Vator _ $295 L a MM PTO Spread- 'er $435 E MM PTO Sheller $550, New Idea 17 $445 MMLS300-- -__$125 MM 1200 Sheller $1095 MM 1200 Sheller $895 3010 Heat Houser, like new - $27.50 IHC No. 37 Tandem Disc $465 MM & BRADY FIELD CULTIVATORS SET UP AND READY FOR DELIVERY BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona IRRESIST1BLES DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA FROM KEN'S 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY III, 4 Door Hardtop, 318 V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, 18,000 miles in like new condition. Factory Warranty remaining. •••••••••••••••I 1966 PLYMOUTH Belvedere II Convertible 318 en- glne, auto, trans. 1966 PLYMOUTH Fury III, 2 dr. hardtop. 383 V-8, power steering, auto, trans., air conditioning, 1965 PLYMOUTH Sport Fury 2 door Hardtop, 383 V-8, 4 Bbl., 4 speed trans., posltractlon axle, new tires, reverberator, blue color. Can't be told from new, 1965 PLYMOUTH Sport Fury 2 door Hardtop. V-8, auto, trans., power steering, power brakes, re- verberator. 23000 miles - Can't be told from new. 1965 FORD Galaxie 4 dr. station wagon. V-8, stand, trans., radio. Like new condition with new tires. 1962 CHEVY II 4 door Station Wagon. 6 cyl., auto, trans., engine completely overhauled. Nice economy wagon. 1961 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door. 283 V-8 engine, auto, trans., top condition. 1961 VOLKSWAGEN, radio, whitewalls, black color. 1961 DODGE 9 passenger Station Wagon. V-8, auto, trans., power steering, top condition. 1961 FORD Galaxie Starllne, 2 dr. hardtop, 352 V-8, auto, trans. 1959CHEVROLET *A ton Pickup, 6 cyl., 3 speed trans., new paint. Looks and runs like new. 1956 FORD V* ton Pickup 6 cyl., 3 speed, new tires. Runs like new, PRICED TO GO I 1965 HONDA Super 90, 2000 miles $275 1961 RAMBLER American 4 dr. Station Wagon. 6 cyl., auto, trans. Looks and runs like new $475 1961 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. sedan. 6 cyl., stand, trans. Real Nice - * 485 1961 FORD Fahrlane, 2 dr., 6 yl., auto, trans. .. $150 1959 BUICK Invlcta 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans $295 1958 STUDEBAKER, 4 dr., 6 cyl., stand, trans. _- $85 1957 BUICK Station Wagon V-8, auto, trans. _- $75 1956 PONTIAC, 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans. $65 1956 BUICK 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans. ; $95 1954 FORD Station Wagon, 6 cyl., standard trans., overdrive *° KEN'S AUTO SERVICE PLYMOUTH-VALIANT SALES & SERVICE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REBUILDERS 1107 NO. MAIN ALGONA .mmmmmmi •UflllliniMUUUinirtnniUMWWtf'irr "iP "*•***

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