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6AL EStATE I=OR SALE Wl •-*/ '-i d; Phillips St., new gas furnace, finished l5a§emefit. Nicely deeorlaited, , garage ..... . $12,500 Frame'- feuitding, excellent lot, , adjoins high school annex 6 Lots', on Main St. just north of bowling alley. 194 A. nf. fiurt — Good bldge. — Top pfbducirtg land,, 13 A. pasture, dn black top. ... $300 160 A.'exceltent land, no crib, 4ir. Ringsted _ ........ „__ $330 PAUL M . SEELEY ALGONA, IA. CY 4-3174 23 •USED APPLIANCES • : • • AT '" ; ; BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE , BUY OF THE WEEK! . NORGE CONVENTIONAL WASHER Regular ______!.___ $189.95 NOW .,.._____ $129.95 Ranges Fridigaire 40" Electric — $89.95 G.E.36" —— $59.95; Westinghouse 40" —— $79.95 Keivinator 40" ________ $69.95 Y T-V SETS 17" Crosley Table Model, New Picture Tube __"$74.95 • = / i ..- .. • 21" Motorola T.V., Table Model $64.95 Refrigerators Montgomery Ward 8 cu. Ft. ____.:__-_----^ $59.95 2-Westinghouse 9 eu. Ft. * __f^ i .^_'-%^, f .; $49.$5 Each 1-Co-op Refri. Across Top Freezer $99.95 Washers & Dryers 1-Maytag Conventional Square Tub, White Aluminun $89.95 2-Easy Spin Dry Washers $69.95 Each 1-Hamilton Automatic _ $89.95 1-Westinghouse Laundromat $99.95 FREEZERS 1-Crosley 4 eu. ft. chest type ..._ $74.95 i THE SURE WAY f 6 TH_i ' FASTEST RESULTS I Algona Oppur £>e* Molne* Classified R«W» >c Per Word, Cash In Advanc- c Per Word, Charged iOc Minimuhi- . i Copy Deadline Monday, . p.ni » PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,400 Families Each Week I , FOR SALE, general FOR SALE —-'A good, Used 30 gall, water .heater with 100 gal. fuel oil tanki Priced to.sell. ALSO, A CLOSEOUT PRICE ON SEVERAL POWER MOWERS. McFall Plumbing & Heating, Fenton (20). FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland China fall boars'. Bert Geerdes and Son, 3% S..'lVfe E. of Lakota. 'I7tfn HEAVYWEIGHT TAHPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT .PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT . IT OR CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. . - Ifn P~ULLET BARGAINS — Leghorn Red, day old, $23.9.0; 1 week, $25.90; 2 weeks, $28.90; 3 weeks, $31.90. Limited supply; excellent cross •for laying and livibiiity. Hamilton Hatchery. Phone 38, Titonka, lowia. 21-22 FOR SALE — 1 used '4 burner apt size, gas stove, $20. McFall Plumbing & Heating, Fenton, la. (22) FOR SALE — Yearling registered Angus bulls. Vernon Berte, 1% North, 1 east of St. Joe, Phone 2511, Livermore. 22-24* FOR SALE 16 ft. Arkansas Traveler. 1958 aluminum fibreglass boat; also 1959 outboard Johnson motor, 12 volt', 50 H.P., 4 cyl., heavy duty; also 2-tongue tilt trailer, equipped with signal, brake and tail lights. Complete unit ready-ito-go- jkis, rope, ladder, 2 spot lights,'2 .•ear lights, compass,.;- ski rear >dew mirror, flags,-horn, ; 17 gal. under-deck gas tank. And priced :o sell. . . This is an A-l outfit, and it is priced itp sejll. f , « \.$j, DALE WEISBHOD Fenton, la. — Phone 131 .-,-•. W«J ; FOR SALE" — Diagonal .Cafe, business and equipment. Phone CY 4-2354 or contact Mrs. Leom- ird w " 1iat) - •• -.!.'•••' 23*. FOR SALE — Building 16 X 28 feet, 8 fit: High, two wailled, partitioned, asphalt shjngles. To be moved. Will hold 3,000 bu. grain, or suitable for workshop, 1 garage or similar use. Well built and priced to sell. Fenton Co-Op Elevator, Fenton, la. (23) FOR SALE .— '.New automatic Webcor portable Stereo — hi-fi -ombination. phone 16 on 89, Barg Parsons, Burt, Iowa. -23 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sixes '/4 H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all worl OK. '* - .,> MISCELLANEOUS r f! ••• • • • MUSIC INSTRUMENTS 1-Upright Piano 1-Sliding frombpne with ease 1-Music Stqnd New Home PesH, jyipd,e| Wolnut Cabinet Sewing Machine ^ $99.95 Lionel Elec v .Trq.ii\.<e(i» plete with Swi»« he8 ' i' OOA Board And,A«eess. -,-,- J4.V-X1 Sew-Mor Electric Consol Sewing Machine Save $100 $99.95 AIR CONDITIONERS »/4 Ton Westinghouse FOR SALE — 21 Holstein heifers; 550-600 Ibs. Clarence Frideres, Lu Verne. ' FOR SALE — Ghostly — True- line Leghorns and Leg-Hamp Pullets, 2 wks. old $31.90; 3 wks. $33 00; 4 wks. $36.90. Call collect. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. (/oil,) FOR SALE — Coin operated foundry. Equipment can be mov- .-d Whittcmore Lmniderama. Whittcmore, Phone 4911. , (23) Real Estate $125,09 FOR If NT -r WARPHPUIE f JkOAPINO AtGONA Phfnt CY 4«3613 WANTED ^i.TO .RENT OR BUY — 160 to 200 acres Improved, £66d level ground, tillable, hi Whittemore area. Box 69-B, C/o this newspaper. (23*) HELP WANTED — Need money tor summer vacation? .Three ladies- wanted for special wofk. Good pay. For interview write Box 69-K, % Algona Upper Des Moines. . (23) HELP WANTED ; Salesmen-or Agents —• WtoM ,<to make $25.00 or more per day in pleasant, route, work? Can use man or woman, pant or full-time. Write Furst McNess Company, Madrid, Iowa. (23-24*) WANT TO' LEASE — corn stalk land. F,rnie Nauman, phone 11 on 98, Burt, .la. ,:(23tf) WANTED TO BUY — .Alfalfa hay. Ernie Naum'an, .phone 11. on 98 at Burt. . , ' (23'tf) Farm Equipment .USE-/ .FARM MACHINERY 1—Comifont Mounted Sprayer w/urum, good $ 85 1—2 MH picker, 1959 . '-• mod'ea - ..$1990 1—Used steel Hare box. 1—J.D. bale thrower, fits 14-T baler $275 1—Liquid side dressing attachment for 4-row J.b. .cultivator _____ $150 1—Winpower rotary hoe __ $210 i—2 yr. old New Holland Silo Mller, with pipes, attach. $19.!' i—Stannoist Loader w/snow bucket $190 1—Humboldt ' Loader w/snow, •^ , bucket — -—— $150 : i—J. D. Model "H" tractor manure ..spreader, .overhauled ar^d painted _.- r i- : '-•• —iNtj\v idea tractor spreader __-__—. .-. L —H)L) 42 ft. portable elevator w/P'i'O drive, _ wuet'i . •-''truck's _— __—-—— $41o •i—---37 dD tractor "B" •_- $121) 1—John Ueera "BV' tractor, ,1-44, .; 'painted' and overhaxyedY- $i'"" i~-_.D^ 3-14 tractor plow w/mgi» speed bottoms — $350 NEW SPRAYERS ON HAND Twin-Draulic Mayrath & Walsh. Dow and Monsanto sprays 2-4-D on hand. WEiSBROD IMPLEMENT fenlon, la. (23) HOME. IMPROVEMENT LOANS - NO MORTGAGE QUICK SERVICE - PATRONIZE DEALER OF YOUR CHOICE. SEE HOME FEDERAL AT ALGONA^ ^ LAND FOR SALE — The owner of two well improved farms who is retiring and moving away w H fell on long term contract with "annual payments; JJ e ^| excee'd'^onlr^Dor^-T c /nthis newspaper. Ui-w FOR SAI.E — 2-story 3rbedroom 101 excellent locution for For Rent RENT — FURNISHED & "heated"'apartment, close-in private entrance, private bath See Bjustrom Furniture. 45tfn .USED M A CHINER Y 1>I ST MOWERS 2—McCorrhick-Deering Semi- Mounted V . i 1—New Idea Pull Type 1—Minnesota Semi-Mounted RAKES 1—Allis-Chalmers PTO 2—Case four bar Several good three bar rakes HAY • CONDITIONERS 1—Meyer 1—New Idea — Demonstrator TRACTORS 1—1950 Model WD Alli-r Chalmers with adjustable iront 1—.1950 Model WD Allis- ' Chalmers with standard front 1—1946 Model C Allis-Chalmers 1—1942 Model WC Allis- Chalmers 1—1940 Model A John Deere 1—1946 Model 101 Sr. Massey Harris 1—Model "R" Minneapolis • Moline DJSCJS AND HOES 1—Champion Rotary Hoe MISCELLANEOUS 1—Oliver 4-row Corn Planter wiih fertilizer attachments — like new LINDfi IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY. IOWA DIAL BRpwn 2-4601 (21 Card of Thanks ,, 911 > ( U f r ! "•. , LONE ROCK By Mrs Darryl rlouseholder Mrs. Wendell 1 Stevens;- Donna. Pam and Jetlery visited m the Donald Blanpiiard home JOf twt Weexs. :l)ortald Blancnard and Craig, James Jensen and Wendell Stevens spent ,from -Saturday until the' following Sunday at Bow String Lake near JUeei Hiver, Minn. > • r."* Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna were hosts to guests on Memoi- lal Day at tneir nbme. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schehck of Marian, Mr. i and Mrs. Walter' Hanna, Nora Springs, Mr, and Mrs. Al_red " ScnencK and Sandy Ot Algona., Myrtle, .Hanna, Sioux City, Ben Hanna, antf Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ? '</ Henjufn : ot Sioux Falls, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wieman, Mark, BilKdhd Hollee of Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna and children and Mary Genrich. •*•;•Marilyn Simpson of Algorw spent Friday in the Everett Han.-'' an home. Marilyn , is; attending summer school at Buena Visits College at Storm Lake. :•••:,•:.>< Mr. and Mrs. Donald Houc*. attended the wedding of Marilyi, Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mi:S. Murray Holmes' of Riceville, Sat urday. Mr. 'and Mrs, R. A, Schultz 01 Milwaukee, Wise. vislte,d for. a few days in the Fred .Schult? home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultfc and Dawn and Mr. and Mrs. R A. Schultz attended the. ;Schulte reunion held at'the Glenn Zwiefel home near Burt. • • :':*' .**.' Ottosen News ' •. -.. '/•' *'.'!: -.... "..Oliver, CJhristianson attended funeral services for a cousin, Gustave Krogh at Canby, Minn. May 25. Enroute home he called on Mrs. J. B. Christiansen at Marsnall, Minn. Oliver Christianson and Mrs. Clara Solberg attended funeral services for an- Other cousin, Ray Krogh of Blair, Nebr. Monday.. • iThe United/ Presbyterian Women met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Joe Leitl and Mrs, Roy Tel- Iford ', as, hostesses. Mrs. Ralph "'Richards gave the lesson. Leslie Zinnel'bf the Wacousta- Do-R-Best 4-H Club was elected county secretary Saturday at Rally Day. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee and Terry, 'accompanied by Mrs. Russell Chism and Pam attendee graduation at Ft. Dodge Friday evenjng. A nephew of the ladies. Randall Olson was a graduate Later they were guests at the Orlin Olson home at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and son of Omaha, Nebr. visited the Donald Larsons from Wednes day until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madser and Lori of Sargeant, Nebr. arc- visiting her parents, the Chester Almes and his parents, the John Madsens. Mrs. Madsen and Lori, will spend the summer with her' parents while Mr. Madsen attends Omaha University. This fall they will, live in Graettinger where Mr. Madsen will teach. . Mr. and Mrs. Martin Manguson of Marshall, Minn, were Monday and Tuesday visitors at the, W. G. Coopers. Captain and Mrs. Delmar Lanning and two sons also visited the Coopers Monday. Guests at, the Morgan Hagen's from Thursday until Saturday were her four sisters, Mrs. Alvin Hagen and Mrs. Win. Winter of Black River Falls, Wis Mrs. Oscar Larson of Pigeon Falls, Wis., and Mrs. Clarence Bloomquist of Minneapolis. Mr Bloomquist,,was a guest and also Ruth Ann Book of Black River Falls, Christine Frohling, seven year old- daughter of the Mike Frohl- ings, is recovering from a tonsil- ectorny Friday at the hospital ai Emmetsburg. SENECA weekend with the former's parents, the Charles Osbdrhs... < Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg returned home SUnday after having spent several days fishing .in northern Mihn. Mr. and Mrs. Dick • Looft am 1 Jeffrey of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the Henry <• Loofts. Mrs. Sheldon Merrll, Jr. and three children of Louisberg, Mo arrived at the parental C., O Bailey home for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tenhys- on of Fairmont spent Sunday. at the Lester Osborn's. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Slotef ;. of Troy Grove, 111., Mr. anduMirs Pete Helmers and Tony ahd Mr and Mrs. Bob Thiel . of Fort Dodge spent the Memorial weekend at the home of their parents, the Everett Withamsy anc" visited with their father who k a patient at-the. Holy'-Family hosoital,-Estherville. •"• ' •,••• Mr. and Mrs. Roy Witham o f Clear Lake spent Thursday visiting with Everett Witham in.the hospital and then scent Thursday night at the Witham home ment for soybean, price support eligibility is in addition to the •previous eligibility requirements of moisture, content and grade. If farmers expect to be eligible for soybean price support this year they 'need to take the necessary steps to be sure that they have a total acreage of conservation and idle land.equal to: (1) The average number of acres of iand devoted to conservation use on the farm for 1959 and 1960, plus (2) 'the average number of acres ot idle land on the farm for 1959 and 1960. The national average price support for soybeans produced in 1961 is $2,30 a bushed, Which is 45 ents a bushel higher than for 960, and for Kossuth dounty the upport rate is $2.24, Soybeans ean's must grade No. 4 or better nd contain not more than 14 per ent moisture Requirements Of '61 Bean Support Price support for soybeans produced ni 1961 will be available to farmers who maintain their normal acreage of' coriiservation use and idle .land, and .Conservation Committee. This require- SPRING STORMS can mean windstorm, hail... and damage to your home and furnishings. Guard against a loss you.can't afford . . . check with Jim Kolp of the ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY for professional insurance counselling and help. COMMERCIAL BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE Chas. Bloom Phone CY 4-2595 ALGONA (23tf) FOR RENT — Pasture - for cash or in exchange for alfalfa hay. Blanche Lage. q¥ <HP71, ? 3 Wanted JOB SECURITY- Plus good pay ! ! $90 lo start. No layoffs. No strikes. Our average man *n»<ip ;$J24k io-J9eo. .Write Box 273 Garner. Iowa. (20-24) WANTED — Pasture for 8 head of heifers. Waiter Barr, phone CY 4 T 3070, Algoua. (23) CARD OF THANKS We wauit to thank you for the prayers, cards, flowers, company ana food; the doctors and nurses for their care; the relatives who sat with me at night while I, Fred, was at SI. Ann hospital. We are most grateful Fred and Dora •Will. ° 2J3* CARD OF THANKS , Thanks to my friends and rela- jives for the cards, flowers, rnem- prials, food and help during our repent bereavement. Herman Neitzel, Mr and Mrs D. A. Neitzel and family, Mr and Mrs Lyle Johnson, and family, Mr and Mrs Clinton Henderson and family. 23* CARD OF THANKS . I wish to express my thanks fbrrthe friendly visits, cards and. remembrances while I was in St. Ami Hospital. Walter FHOSJS, $3,*) ^o^f.M POOKS. register tickets, register carbons, adder ant) Dei Moiues Pub. Co. , The. Blakjcr Lutheran church will have as guest speaker Dr Fauske, president of Waldorf College, Forest City, at the morning services June 11. Mr. and Mrs. James Osborn and son of Minneapolis spent the USED FARM MACHINERY 2 Row 3 pt. hitch rotary hoe $125 4 Row MM rotary hoe ___ $195 Kelly Ryan ground driven rake $195 MM Semi-mtd. mower __ $145 AC Semi-mtd. mower $115 * ( New Idea Hay conditioner for rent. Also see us on the New Idea 10 ft. Trail mower. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algqna, Iowa Phone CY 4-3451 Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP KiYS MADE *t CoasMO'Coast AJqont Custom Prppery Headquarter* By A Pe^orqting Consultant p.i furt *? |ei Right Bjystrom FMrniture USED MACHINERY 1951 Case F2, PTO, clean $325 2—Case A6 combines w/eng. $250 - $42 J. D. 12 A Skaurkleen w/eng. $250 1951 MH Clipper, PTO, — $450 1956 MH444, pwr, Strg., 3 pt. latch, power adj. whls. live PTO, hyd. w/4-row culti vator. 1951 L A Case w/Industriel loader - $195C 1958 Moline 445, Live PTO $2101 1957 Oliver Super 88 Diesel, wd. frt., pwr. adj. whls. $3101 1953 Oliver 88 Diesel, wd. frt., hyd., real clean - $245i 1941 JD "A", str., pump $67 IHC 4-R. Cult., rbr. ga. whls. $39 Oliver 4-R. Cult., hyd. $27 1951 GMC 353 14' box and hoist $125 ALGONA, IA. CY 4-2421 Thursday, June 8, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-7 Since Memorial Day, 1930 Living Cancer Memorials" have een established for Irene Will VIrs. G. M. Will, Arthur Maass rid Milo Miller. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business orms, office furniture, filing quipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Al- :ona, across from new Municipal arking lot. PRICED LOW — 1960 FORD FaiiHane, 4 dr., V-8 auto., with heater, near new $1850 958 FORD V-8 Falrlane 500, 4- dr. .hardtop, auto, trans., power steering, real sharp at $1195 : — 1957 FORD 6-cyl. Custom 300, std. trans., 4 dr. Your pick . $950 — 1957 FORD Custom 300 V8's, auto, trans, R & H, your choice $995 956 MERCURY Montclair, 4-dr. V-8, auto, trans., a nice car ..$695 1956 GMC J /4 ton pickup, new 'tires all around $ 850 1956 FORD GUSTOMLINE, 4 dr., 6 Cyl.'-standard trans. _. $ 650 1954 CHEV. 2 dr. 210, with stick, R & H, completely overhauled, a good car for money $375 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 1954 PONTIAC 4-dr. R. & H. Star Chief, Runs Good . $295 KRAUSE "66" SERVICE FENTON, IOWA 20 •EKIBKBBBBBBKHBKBK SCHULTZ BROS. TOP USED CARS I960 FORD Fairlane 500 4-door Sedan with Fordomatic, radio, only 27,000 miles. Set of new tires on ii and it's a light blue dandy. 1959 BUICK 4-door Sedan, low mileage, Dynaflow and radio, a one-owner car, very clean with the best of care. 1956 FORD 4-door. The best you've ever seen and just like new. Fordomatic, full set of new tires, radio. 1 owner who CARED, low mileage blue and white finish. 1956 BUICK 2 door, Hard Top Color is red with white lop very sharp looking and run- ing car. Drives like a new one. 1955 BUICK Special 4 door, tu- tone, light and dark green. Very clean. Formerly owned by a old couple thai just drove it on Sundays. Must be seen to appreciate. 1954 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, with radio and Hydramatic. 1954 FORD J door, one owner Car, run? very good. 1954 PLYMOUTH 2 door Sedan. Good Tires, very clean, one ownejr. Inside of this car is as clean as a new one. 42,000 actual miles. 1953-FORP 2-door. V-8 engine, pverdrive, straight transmission, tinted glass and radio. 1952 FORD 4tdoor Sedan, straight stick and overdrive, radio. 195? STUDEBAKER '/2-ton up, one owner, brand new paint job and good rubber. ALL CARS CARRY ONE YEAR G W CAR WARRANTY SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS •Buick 'Lark 'Pontiaq 'Cadillac South Phillips Street — Algona f 13 •••«•••••••*•••••! Read The Want Ads - It Pays! THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE a;ul MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING FURNITURE and CARPETING PETERSEN FURNITURE * IN FENTON ', Quality Furniture With Realistic Prices COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF SIOUX FOR 61 SIOUX STEEL BUILDINGS IDEAL FOR COMMERCIAL & FARM GRAIN STORAGE,. SELECT THE BUILDING TO FIT YOUR NEEDS SIOUX DRI- ALL BINS 10 DIFFERENT SIZES SEE THIS COMPLETE DRYING SYSTEM BEFORE YOU BUY SIOUX GRAIN STORAGE Buildings, Tanks, Bins, Cribs Steel Gates, Feeders, Stock Tanks COMPLETE LINE OF AERATION, TUNNELS, FANS & MOTORS CONST. CO. ( E. E. (BUD) ROBINSON HWY. 18 EAST' •"• " •"'• ALGONA, IOWA PHONE CYpress 4-3374 ACROSS WEIDENHOFF PLANT When Ready To Sell Your CHOICE STEERS AND FAT HEIFERS Call or Write The SPENCER PACKING CO. PHONE 2625 AT SPENCER EVENING CALL DUANE JOHNSON, homa phone 1371, Spencer, (If you're north of U.S. Hy. 18), or JIM KELEMER, phone 4346, Gilmore City. (If you aie south of U.S. 18). (48 EOW tf) WESTERN CATTLE FOR PRIVATE SALE TO ARRIVE JUNE 7, 8 & 9 CATTLE 300 CHOICE HEREFORD STR. CFS. WT. 400-525 150 CHOICE ANGUS STR. CFS. WT. 425-500 250 CHOICE ANGUS & HEREFORD HFR. CFS. WT. 350-475. 175 CHOICE HEREFORD STRS. WT. 550.650. 100 CHOICE HEREFORD STRS. WT. 600-700. SHEEP 315 CHOICE BLACK FACE LAMBS PIGS 525 CHOICE HAMP PIGS FINANCING IS AVAILABLE - WE SELL FEEDER PIGS NORTHWEST CATTLE CO. Clto Bowman, Mgr. Lyle Seaboch, Salesman Highway 30 east — bordering Municipal Airport Phone GE 2-4424 Collect — Pay or Night BQONi, IOWA

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