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FASTEST ffi,— I* A v **ft vaoii in To" Per Word,,Charged Minimuftf Deadline Monday, 4 f>.m. PHONE CY 4-3535 * »k Want Ads Reach 6,400 •, Families E6dh Week I ' -;' FOR SALE My Home! I Cannot Meet The Mortgage Payments Because My Husband Forgot To See THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Pot Some Mortgage Insurance Before He Died. FOR SALE 3—Bedroom house east part of Algona, Very nice—good lot. Practically new Attached garage. " . 3—Bedroom house—Old but good, East, Lucas. Garage attached. 135 Acres near, 'Algona. Possession. 80 Acres 2 miles from business section of Algona. Possession. JERRY M/LEWIS Box 459 : Phone,CY4-4457 7-8-9 FOR SALE, general FOE SALE — Combined. & fan lied medium red cloVer. $20 bushel, George J. Wmkel, Whit lemore. Phono CY 8-4275. 6*T FOR'SALE — HAY » INSIDE Lyle Schipull, Irvington, FOR SALE — 600 BALES clover hay in covered stack.,% Mile'S. — % Mile W. Kossuth County Home. Paul Ocken, CY 4'4042. FOR SALE — Yearling Guernsey bull. Mrs William Larsen, Hurt Iowa. 7 For >, FEDERAL and STATE Income Tax .Service , ,'See C. H. Beardsley -"415 E. Call St. Tel. CY- 4-261B Algona ' (tfn) Custom Drapery •;.• Headquarters . By A Decorating Consultant , v Be Sure/— Be Right See' Bjustrorn Furniture Algona Building Suitable For Office and .Warehouse Space. Large Park- Ling Area And Other Ideal Features, jncjyire at — ;:,,,.,,, ;•, T!HOMPSOM DISTRIBUTING CO. Algona CY 4-2644 A GOOD SILO AT THE RIGHT PRICE. BUY EARLY AND SAVE. 4 WRITE OR PHONE 3041 GILMORE CITY, R D, BROTHERTON GILMORE CITY. IA. ' (5-8.7*) SCHULTZ BROS. TOP USED CARS I960 OLDS, 4 door sedan. Power steering, Power brakes, Radio & Healer, While. This Olds has very very low mileage. 1960 PONTIAC, Slar Chief, power sleeping, power brakes, radio, healer, while side wall lires, very low mileage. 1960 LARK, 2 door, 1 owner, 7,500 miles, radio, heaier, • auto trans., 6 eyl. Iwin fraction. Back up lights. 1959 MERCURY, 4 door, low mileage, radio, colored glass, while side wall tires, large hub caps. This one is a beauty 1957 PONTIAC Slar Chief,• sedan. One owner car. Radio, healer, power steering, power brakes. Blue with White top. 1956 BUICK, 4 door Super, Radio, heater,,power steering, power brakes, dynaflo. 1955 STUDEBAKER. V-8 engine wilh overdrive^ 2 door. New set- of whilewall lires. This car • is economy minded. 32,000 actual miles and the cleanest, 1955 automobile in , town. : 1354 OLDSMOBILE' 88, 4 door _ sedan, with rear seat speaker, whilewall tires,, automatic transmission, one owner For latest daily 'listings, listen, to KLGA, 1600, on ;your dial. .Direct fr<jm our "i showrooms.- Monday, Wednesday, and .Friday at 7:)5 to 7:20 in the;morning.,...,. .,' , , 'i < ,',:->(! '',.', .(.,! i . ;•-•'•/ ALL CARS CARRY'.ONE YEAR G W CAR WARRANTY ' SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS ' '• : ' ' *Buick 'Lark 'Ppniiac 'Cadillac South Phillips Slreel — Algona USED FARM EQUIPMENT IHC 10' Straight Tandem Disc .. ______________ — - $195 2—15' J. D. Discs 10' Marshalltown Field Cult, $45 5 A Bearcat Mill — PTO Drive ___________ ...... - $295 14" Gehl Mill — PTO ; Drive $295 IHC F 20 w/Loader and Snow Scoop - — -,.-, ---- $275 Horn Loader w/nianl Bkt and Snow Scoop ------ ' ------ $275 Humboldt Rovary Stalk Cutter __________________ $395 IHC 6 Row Rear Mtcl Sprayer ----------- '- -------- $75 I H C "H" — Good Tires — Sir. - Lts ..... - ..... — $750 J D "A" — Sir. — Lts — Hyd. ------------------- $675 Oliver 77 Gas ....... ----- $1200 M H 101 Sr Sir. — Lts — Overhauled ------------ $095 j D "D" — Str. — Lts ---- $525 Molinc "U" Sir. - Lts ---- $575 Pair 1 1 x 38 Tractor Chains _ $30 1948 Chcv. V6 T. Pickup w/Grain Box _______________ t. ---- $350 1957 CMC — Pickup — 21,000 miles _________________ $1595 1947 _ IHC Vi T. - 4 - sp. - $395 Unloading Wagon -------- $240 JOE BRADLEY POtt ' SALE , j- Motiet f )"10 * Noiseless uprigh typewriter, only $39.50; Smith Corona uprigfit, 13-inch carriage Just $65; and .Smith-Corona up right, completely 'reconditionec just like new, $84!SO. Also a com plete line of new' portables, up rights and adding machines, elee trie and hand operated. Uppe Des Moines Pub. Co., ,111 Eas Call St., Algona. , 7 P6R SALE — Choice alfalfa hay A. F. Van Buren, GY-press 4 2948. ,. 7-8'" FOR SALE -f PUREBRED HAM- pshire fall boars. Lester Baas West Bend. 7-9* FOR SALE — 25 HEAD OF brood sows, 400'ibs., to farrow Mar. 10. D. L. McArthur, 3% W. 4 N. Algona. .'."••'7* FOR SALE • — 500 large bates .straw, dry and good..Bob. Loss GY 414074,' AJgona, .; " '.'. "-"•• 1* B'OR SALE — Pur,ebred Spotted Poland. China bred gilts to far- row first part, of March. Bert S Geerdes 'and Son, 3 J /2 "S. 1V4' E Lakota, Iowa. 7-B FOR SALE — About 150..bales hay and about 150 bales straw in barn. U. B. Pfoffer. E. of Algona on 18 up,to 226, 6 miles north, % miles east. : • 7* FOR SALE — HAMP BOAR out of Fred Goodchild herd. Ronald Meyer, Rodman.,-Phone Whittemore, Ph.; 4137.' > ; .7-8" CHICKEN FEEDERS, , ' WATERERS FOR SALE 10 — 4 ft. small feeders 2 —- 3 ft. small feeders ., 7t— 5 ft. feeders 5;T-T. hanging Joqders * v l.-r- 7, ft. feeding trough. 3 V — 5 gal.-waterers, 1 — 4 ft.- -watesring trough Also,4 egg baskets, 4 electric warmer's' afnd 1 ^gas brooder:stove with'automatic control, , , See GUS KRAUSE '/ ' HEAVYWEIGHT : TAHPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF 461J Estate 'OR SALE — 4 ( BEDROOM home] i combination' windows. Well located*. $13,500: Ctfli : CY prcs 4-47,42. , ? i 6-8 'OR SALE" -4-' '4 * BEDROOM house, 002 So. Minnesota,. $10,000. Cajr-CY. 4-4180. "•(' r. ,/ •;- 7 •FOR SALE' Choice Lakshore lots in Park lapids, Minnesota, area now available on Giant new development. Remaining land fa's 1 dwindling. Write now for lowest seasonal prices. Cordelco Inc., Box 385, Fargo, North Dakota. 7-8 -OU SALE — 120 ACRES, OF unimproved land in Whitte- •nore twp., 3'/i miles north of Vest Bend. Mrs Joe Moutag. Nest Bend, la. 4-7 ALGONA, IA. CY 4-2421 FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR 2 room units suitable lor ligln housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan Motor Court, 1111 E State St Ph CY 4-35^3. 12tfn FOR REN.T — WAREHOUSE space. Loading Dock, Electricity. Good Location and Reason able. Beecher Lane CY 4-3013. tfn FOR RENT —' FURNISHED & heated apartment, close-in, private entrance, private bath. See Bjustrom Furniture. 45tfn FO'R"' RENT.— MY 6 . Modern h&me, • garage." 'At North- ThorfHgtaii, 'MrS" Martin. See, Joel 1 He'rbst. 7*8* Wanted • • WANTED "Leading Corporation offers 'career future fo» man to age .355 Key job I-— excellent fringe bene* fits. Start at $420 per month .plus expenses. Write B6x 273, Garhefj Iowa." ' '• .' MB . HELP WANTED Excelent opportunity for retired" or semi-retired man or woman as Globe Gazette subscription sa.le$ —man -in Kossuth County. Apply" by ;leter only to I. W. Hilltrom, Globe Gazette, Mason ; City,,. 7-8* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for Ihcir visits, cards and gifts I received while I was in the hospital, and since my return home They were all very much appreciated. Roy Ringsdorf. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors, friends and relatives foi their acts of kindness and sympathy in the loss of our loved one Joseph Koppen. Mr & Mrs A. Hildman & family Vivian Dutlon • HELP; WANTED ;* . . '•; MALE^fe F.EMALE : '\ Man or wpmah' wanted 'to supply customers! with- famous national-j? )y advertised Watkiris products in city of Algona. No investment; Business established. Weekly profits of .$65 and up at start pos-f sible; full or : part time.; Write' Watkins Prpducls, Inc.,- D r 96, -Wi-* nona, Minn,; ' \ '• t. •, r I"'. s 6r9* WANTED TO' RENT—A FARM? ; any sifee.' Wilii pay' cash rent for, good 'ground. ; Ample .equip* ment and ' : labor; ' Experienced operator., 'Write'' Bpk 69-B% f Al* gona Upper Des; Mpirjes.> 42 ; tfri; "WANTED .— (Deperidablp i mari uhcl6r 45,1 able* to, hieet public'' Work 45 ' hours''! week to earn" $125. Help furnished to start. For interview wVite'^Box 273, f Garner, Iowa." '. ' / ' ' ' 5-6-7' WANT .TO . .RENT —1'3;, BED*! room • house..' Write Robert Long, Gen. Del. Emmetsburg, la. ' ' . ' • : ' t !. •. , 7 tfn. TIME •; ...i , •_ - F^c'flll'inff ' and '..collecting 'rnohey; [f dm 'New 'Type'liigh .quality <idiry operated ..dispensers 'in.. W*> atea;. No selling.'- ... ' ,. . _ .. > To] qualify {you must Save car references,!" $600 t« 9QO ; ca , S,eyei\ to jtwfelve mrs.w can" net 'uri to $400 irfbnlhly.Mre full time. For personal interview write P.' O. Box* 5 6340 Minneapo- is, MaAn.ifriclude ' phoneirtumbor* in -.MJ.IV LJifa HELP \VANTED SALESMEN OR AGENTS Want ; to-make $20.00 or more per day in pleasant route work? Can ise .man or woman • part or full ime. '• Write or telephone DARWIN ANDERSON, Madrid, Iowa, 'hone 224. 7-8* CARD OF THANKS I want to thank my friends and neighbors for the lovely cards and flowers I received at the hospital and at home. Mrs G. A. Sharp. - 7 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relalir ves and friends for the many cards and visits while I was a patient at St. Ann hospital and at home. Those kindnesses will always be remembered .Mrs -Dolmar Plathe. ' 7* FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des 'Moines • .More , farmers in this area read this' newspaper,: than any other publicatibhj local, state, or national and the farm sale results prove it. i - . gona. Quinn & Yilnge- .'•': HELP WANTED Large established Legal Rescr- e' Life Insurance Company has ji opening in this area ,for a District Manager. Complete raining is offered. Financing is available with a liberal bonus. letircment program and hospita- ization program at no cost. Write o,State Manager, Modern Wood* men of America, 320 Badgcrow Building'Sioux City, Iowa giving go, past experience etc. Replies re confidential. 7 iVANTED — SALESMAN 25 TO 40 yrs, old prefer with building ales or construction experience >end .complete resume statin? xneviencc, qualifications and n'ary requirements. Box C9-H /o this paper. . 7 VANTEJD —. MAN TO HIRE and supervise seed corn deal- rs. Part lime commission woi-lc. Mallard Seed Co., Plainvicw. Minn. 7-11 Farm Equipment GOOD, A-1 USED CARS I960 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 2-doop, radio and heater. 1957 CHEVROLET Belair, 4»door hardtop (V-8), Power glide, radio and heater. l?57 FQRP V-8, A cjr, CuMom 3QP, snappy looker, motor completely overhauled. l?56 FORO Victoria V-8 Hardtop. Here's A Real §hnrp Car, ](953 FORD, $ Cylinder. ' 1953 FORP, 8 Cylinder j?54 !,H,C. H Tpd Pickup Truck, Cleqn. |?|§ F08P Fflirlane, Clean, V-& Automatiq, Badia ancj Heqter. WHIN WE TRADE WE CHECK AND CONDITION TRADE-INS WHEN WE SAY THEY'RE READY TP 00 - THEY AR|i B&W CHEVROLET-In Fenton, la. USED FARM MACHINERY I— J.D. Model "H" tractor manure spreader ______ $150 1— New Idea stalk cutter __ $255 I — Case Farm Rubber Tired Wagon w/dump master hoist and 6x10 ft. Anthony Steel Barge Box ____________ $275 1 — % H.P. electric motor, 110220 volt, good w/bracket for stanhoist ___________ $50 1- Good used J. D. 490 planter, w/new fertilizer attach. _ $450 I— Good J. D. 16 ft, tractor disc. _____ '. ________________ $80 1 — New Idea trpctor spreader ... ____ . ....... $190 i — -lijison miJHer, vacuum pumps and pipos ______ ..$ 30 I — Case tractor plqw w/3-14 throw-away share ______ $245 42 ft, portable elevator w/PTO drive, 2 wheel trucks --------- .' ________ $41(! I,— 1937 JD tractor "B" „ $125 I— John Deere "B" tractor, 1944, painted and overhauled . $390 ihr-J.Q, 3-14 tractor plow w/Wgb speed bottoms .. $350 New Idea & Junu Deare Favt,s — Service — S-?.) •:" Krebsbach; complete 'cldsirig oUt sale, 6 miles east cjf Swea. City .'on, highway u 9, Qui'nh; 'and Dej- yrie's, auctioneers, ' Farrriers and Trader's' . Savings Bank,; ' cleijk'. Complete details in UDM last week. I ! ' I v"" i Feb.US.tSdlurdayi •Wagnejr, f §.)'.>9U south of Algona. berg, auctioneers; LuVerne State Bank, cfefk. Sal0 details j this ,v»eek; " n i •' , 'I • ( ' v 1 1 1 -Feb.- 20, Monday 4-, 'Johrt ikfc- big sale, first farm west of Crystal Lake, south side, of black top road. Includes 20 head Holslleins, machinery, etc. Sale details in UDM today. Quinn & DeVrics, auctioneers; First Slate Banit, Britt, clerk. Feb. 21, Tuesday — Gaylord Johnson complete closing out auction, 1' mile north, 1 east and '/t north of the south edge of Fenton. Bcrkland and Bcnscn. auctioneers, Lone Rock Bank. clerk. Sale details today. Feb. 21,' Tuesday — Edward A. Berte sale, 2 west and V> south of Whittemore, machinery, much other equipment. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Livermore State Bank, clerk. Sale details today in UDM. Feb. 22, Wednesday — Glen Long sale on farm located from Algona 3 miles south on 169 and 1 Vz west. Clet West, a net..', Secu- rity State Bank, Algona, clerk. Details in UDM today. Fell. 23, Thursday — Raymond Nlles, 5 south and east of Humboldt. or 5 straight west of Thor. Machinery, hog equipment, etc. Andersen & Kleve, auctioneers; Humboldt Trust & Savings, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Feb. 25 Saturday — Albert Kramer, IVfe miles west of Algona Highway Junction 18-169, starting at 1 p.m. Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. . Feb. 27, Monday —Harold Dreyer complete dairy dispersal sale, 43 head high grade Holsteins, at farm located 1 niilo east of Fenton and /H mile south. Quinn & Bcrkland, auct. 29 New Vehicles Registered In Past Two Weeks A total of 29 new vehicles have been licensed at the county treasurer's office here during the past two weeks. Owners of new cars and trucks are: Chevrolet — Wclp's Hatchery, Bancroft, Wermcrson Bros., Corwith; S. E Uhr, Swea City; Thomas Egan, Bancroft; F. J. Gochc, Bancroft, -truck; Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft; 'Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co., Algona, truck; S. R. Baker, Lu Verne; Richard Behrends, Lone Rock; Lucinda Bierstedt, Whittemore; 'T. E. McKe- ovvn, Bode; and Kossuth Motor Co,, Algona. • ; Willys — A. B. Schcnck,. Al- 3onai ; truck. . i • . ' Ford •-j-' Orin ; Halvorson, Elmore; Denn Swansbn! Swea'Gity; Val BensoW or- Willa Moore, Cor- wifli; ' Chris '• Asmussen;. Lakota: McGuire Bros., Bancroft ;i.:R. J.. Kohlhaas,-- Livcrfaibre? rSwanson Thursday, Feb. 16, 1961 Algona (Id.) Upper Des Molnei-5 FREE — 100 GREEN STAMPS With Orders Placed Before March 25. ALSO $2.00 PER 100 DISCOUNT True-Line and Ghostley Cross White Leghorns; Calif.-Whites and Leghorn — Hamps Pullets . .. ONLY $29.90 Per 100. YOU SAVE $5.00 PER 100 HAMILTON HATCHERY — Bancroft, Iowa (7-8) Phone COLLECT 5861 son. 'Buyf.'-' '• ' '••'. •Ponliac -i-J .'A.? .'A. •', Fangm'an, Bane'rbft^ 'and' Henry Schrooder, Lone Rock. ' ' < ; • ' i ) : ; i Conie't -i- Francis ' Bjustrom, Whittemore 1 . • ' ' • ' - • > • tBuiek-.+ M.i E, 1 iSifnpsdn, ; Al- g6na*. • : ."••' c -; (.1 i l i ,' ; 1 - : t j -' 'ihtorhational t-^- LUVeJne Imp: Co., i ;lfU l yei i ne;''and Welp's 'Hatel)- eij'y', Bpnproft. ( , . . ' ' ., Dodge 1 — Lloyd Vipond, Al- gonn. Rambler — Joel M.' Hcrbst, Algona, ' ' ; ; ;,••'•' Tifofika Student When Ready To Sell Your CHOICE STEERS AND FAT HEIFERS Call or Write The SPENCER PHONE 26^5 AT SPENCER s'oNrho'm^ 'phono 1371. Span-' E^I|NiN6 CAl^jJ&UAtTBjgfeHNSOtf;ft,'?';)' 16 phono'•!371. 'Span-' .ceJv^ICyo-u'to • norlV^of j U7SV~H^H l 8r : cyjlM'-KHI»Btp;R^Ehpn.e .1 '4346, Gilmore City/(If you are'south of tf.S. ; 18K' 1 -« ; '">FKPI i |^' 1 • • -. >. , , ft • , .i. - ' J '••':)•!'•'• 'I P*rX -A A Titonka high senior, George R. Cunningham, son of Mr. and JVIrs, Ray Cunningham, has been named as finalist in the 1960-61 Nation- el Merit Scholarship program, and has received a certificate of merit as a. result. The Merit Scholars will be selected from the finalist group, April 27. " Another Tilonka student, Jeffrey Boyken, was a semi- finalisl, end two others, Dverg Krantz and James Sparks, received letters of commendation. ttnouncing LIVESTOCK AUCTION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17th Operating under New Ownership Garel "Dutch" Leek and Jerry M, Lewis FOR LIVESTOCK CONSIGNMENTS OK LIVESTOCK TO BE SOLD CONTACT EITHER ONE ^ OF THE AT THE SALE BARN - CY 4-2648/" "Dutch" Leek — - Phone 2433 Wesley Jerry Lewis - — Phone CY 4-4457 Algona Grand Opening To Be Feb. PRIZES — FRE5 COFFEE & DONUTS /;;;!Hp^S^HQ^D^GpODS; SALE;' ' ' . Air's. Lamprigh't will self the folldwlng- household goods at the Ed Ypungwfrth farm home .located -1 '/2' miles 'south , • of Whittemore,'east side of road, on .••••• •'•'..-• SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 10 A, M. Chrome Breakfast set, Dining room suite consists of extension .table with pads, four chairs, buffet and china closet. Rose freize davenport,. Rocker, upholstered chairs, 9x15 wool rug and pad, small rugs; end table, living room table, 3 double beds complete, chest drawers, dressers, oak dining room chairs, G. E. Vacuum sweeper, G.-E. Hand electric sw.eeper, TV table, Electric mixer, Sunbeam toaster, Sunbeam controlled heat saucepan, Pressure cooker, Stainless steel Revere kitchenv/are, silverware, 2 complete set dishes, miscellaneous linens, table and floor lamps, fruit jars, double rinse tubs, copper boiler, curtain stretchers, quilting frames, hampers, Miscellaneous items. As I am leaving the farm, I will sell at the farm located 5 miles South snd East of Humboldl, or 5 miles straight West of Thor, 5 miles North of Badger, on Beginning at 12:30 P.M. Ron Ruiter Lunch Wagon on Grounds FARM MACHINERY 1955 OLIVER 77 Diesel, Live power, good rubber, Heat Houser; 1950 VAC Case Tractor, Eagle Hitch, utility carrier for Case tractor fits Eagle Hilch; 1955 Oliver 4 row Cultivator; 2-14 Mounted Plow for Case or Ford Jractor; 3-14 Case Plow on rubber, hyd. control; Case A-6 Combine with motor; M.M. 2-row Corn Picker, rear elevator, real good; 42' Viking Elevator, with gas motor; International Mower, trailer type, new last year; New Idea Side Rake, 2 years old; Case 4-row Rolary Hoe, 3 years old; International 10' Grain Drill, new box and downspouts, double check; 4-row Int. Corn Planter, 160 rods wire, pay out stakes; 2-Springtooth Cultivators, Case & M.M., 12'; 2-4 section Harrows wi'h folding evenarsi 15' Case Disc; Int. Manure Spreader, horse drtwn, steel bed; John Deere Endgate Seeder) 2-4 wheel trailers on rubber with hydraulic hoist, 1 flare box and 1 6x12 box; 15' Western Land Roller; Steel Wheel wagon Running Gear; Continental Sprayer, PTO with hand boom; 10' Eze-Flow Fertiliser Spreader; Speed Jack tor Elevator; 500 Gallon L.P. Gas Tank. 3 years old; 2-Gas Barrels, one 110 gal. with hose. HOG EQUIPMENT — 2-16' Feeding Bunks; 85 bu. Hog Feeder, round, nearly new; 16 hole Steel Feeder; Some smaller Hog Troughs; Waterer for pressure system. HAY & STRAW — A few bales of Hay; 150 Bales of Straw. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Mahogany China Cabinet with glass doors; 5 Venetian Blinds for windows; Water Separator; Dexjer Washing Machine, with rinse tubs; L.P. Gas Space Heater; Chest of Drawers and Dresser; Many other small items too numerous lo mention. _ _ ^^ ____ _ __ TERMS: CASH — Wo property to bf removed until settled for, Not Responsible for Accidents. Andersen & Klsve, AucJ. Humboldt Trust & Savings Bark, CUnk 17 }

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