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Want to Buy ,, i, KITTENS , Healthy Kittens 3 to $ mb. of age $1.50ea.. Deliver to our biological farm Mbrthwest of Fort Dodge Mori- days thro Fridays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. IF YOU HAVE 6 6r more iL! " ekpress collect. FORT DODGE LABORATORIES Fort Dodge, Iowa (24-25-26) 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 Kelvinatpr 40" $69.95 i 0B^HMMMM«MM-M--MMM_--^^^^^^^^HHM-i-^H^^-^ f-VSETS 17" Crosley Table. Model, New Picture tube _______ $74.95 21" Motorola T.V., Table Model ----- $64.95 Refrigerators Montgomery Ward 8 cu. Ft. $59.95 2—Westinghouse 9 cu. Ft. $49.95 Each -• j '**?.**'**"'* >'* 1—Co-op Refri. Across Top Freezer ____— $99.95 FOR SALE, general FOR SALE — Yearling registered Angus bulls. Vernon Berte, 1% North, -1 east of St. Joe, Phone TOR SALE — Ghostly — True- ine Leghorns and Leg-Hiamp Pullets, 2 wks. old $31.90; 3 wks. $33.90; 4 wks. $36.90. Call collect. .Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. - (23,tf). 'OR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland China fall boars. Bert Geerdes and Son, 3% S., 1% E. of Lakota. 17tfn HEAVYWEIGHT TAHPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. Washers & Dryers 1-Maytag Conventional Square Tub/White Alyminun $»9.95 2—Easy Spin Dry Washers __ $69.95 Each 1-Hamiiton Automatic _ $89.95 1-Westinghouse Laundromat $99.95 FREEZERS 1-Crosley 4 cu. ft. chest type —- $74.95 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all siw* Vi H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/<» H.P, all wort OK. MISCELLANEOUS MUSIC INSTRUMENTS 1 -Upright Piano 1-Sliding Trombone with 1 -Music Stand New Home Desk, Model Walnut Cabinet Sewing Machine _____„ ,— „,- _____ $99.95 Lionel jilts, Tr^in CQHT plet'e with $wi!«hes, Boar* And A*««, ----- $49.94 5ew-Mor Blwtris Consol Sewing Machine Save $10Q $99.95 AIR CONDITIONERS Ton Westinghouse $125.00 SURE WAY *0 THE FASTEST RESULTS ! Algona Opper Des Moine* Classified Rates JG Per Word, Cash in Advanc* 1c Per Word, Charged )0c Minimum .opy Deadhne Monday, 4 p.m I PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads .fteach 5,400 Families Each Week I Livermore. 22-24* DIAMOND'S. tfn FOR SALE — Fisherman's special 1947 Chevy school bus. Good condition. Bob Buscher. CY 4-4075. 24* STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE — Bring Containers, 3 soulth and 3 west of Fenton, Phone 4316. Henry Langerman. • (24-25*) FOR SALE' — Building 16 x 28 feat, 8-ft. high, two walled, partitioned, asph'adt shingles. To. be moved. Will; hold 3,000 bu. grain, or suitable for workshop, garage or similar use. Well built and priced'ito sell. Fenton Co-Op. Elevator, Fenton, la. * (24) Real Estate HOME IMPROVEMENT 'LOANS — NO MORTGAGE QUICK SERVICE — PATRONIZE DEALER OF YOUR CHOICE. SEE HOME FEDERAL AT ALGONA. T.F.N. LAND FOR SALE —'The owner of two well improved farms whc is retiring and moving away wiU sell on lon.g term contract with small annual payments; interest and principal payment does not exceed normal rent. Box 69-T, c/o this newspaper. (23-24) FOR HOMES SALE LOTS Showing and appraising homes every day-We know good values. Hav'e in good buys — Real nice near-new at 1508 E. North, complete, vacant-Buy and move in. - $16,000 4 bdrm. roomy, hardwood floors, fireplace, nice inside, 439 N. Thorington, if want fine family home and riot wait SO years for ihade trees and best in streets with priceless location, this is it. _--- . $11,000 Cheaper home, good locaiidW, priced right. . ,:•' Lots .$1500 •— $1200 — $1000 See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst (over Penneys) 24 WANTED — Bulk, agent for ma- or oil company, in Algona. No nvestment necessary. Martin, Oils, Inc. Vernon. E. Jensen, CY 4-3243 (24) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE * 3 bedriom home, No. Phillips St., new gas furnace, finished basement. Nicely decorated, garage. $12,500 Frame building, excellent lot, adjoins high . school annex 8 Lots, on Main St. just north of bowling alley. 194 .A. nr. Burt — Good bldgs. — Top producing dand, 13 A. pasture, on black top. — $300 160 A: excellent land, no crib, nr. Ringsted ——---L- $330 PAUL M. SEE LEY ALGONA,. IA. - CY 4-3174 23 Farm Equipment FOR SALE — 2-story 3-bedroom home, excellent location for school, close in. Phone CY 4-2489. 23Tfn For Rent FOR RENT — Modern 2 room vpartment, partly furnished. Ph. JY 4-4572 or 4-2718. 24* s'OR RENT — FURNISHED « heated apartment, close-in orivale entrance, private bath See Bjustrom Furniture. 45tfn Notice of Hearing on Application for exempiion or variance from the Zoning Ordinance Public notice is hereby giver that the application of Richard .llingsdorf whose address is 114 E. North, for a variance from the Zoning Ordinance required set back on a corner lot has, been scheduled before the Board of Adjustment of- the City of Algona. Iowa on the 2Gth day of June 1961 at 9:30 a.m. at the City Hall in Algona, la. The lot in question is Lot-7, Blk. 1, Ncal Smith's iff Addition. The applicant and anj other interested parties wishing to be heard are requested to bf present at that time. Board of Adjustment By: William Steele, Chairma.r USED FARM t -'I -MACHINERY 1—2MH pipker, 1959 , model L—_--———$1990 1—J.D. bale thrower, fits \ ' 14-T,, baler _ $275 1—Liquid side dressing attachment for 4-row J.D. ,., cultivator •• i_~-'$i5C 1—Winpower rotary hoe — $210 1—2 yr. old .New Holland Silo filler, with pipes. attach. —' . 1—Stanhoist Loader w/snow bucket —-- $190 I—Humboldt Loader w/snow bucket : _:._.— $150 l—J. D. Model "H" tractor manure spreader, overhauled and painted — $150 •.—Hew Idea tractor spreader $190 i—JD 42 ft. portable elevator w/PTO drive, 2 wheel trucks '— $411 1—1937 JD tractor "B" ~ $125 t—John Deere "B" tractor, 1944, painted and overhauled _ $390 i—J.D. 3-14 tractor plow w/high speed bottoms — $350 NEW SPRAYERS ON, HAND fwin-Draulic Mayrath & Walsh Dow and Monsanto sprays 2-4-D jn hand. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, la. FOR RENT - WAREHOUSE SPACE. IOADIN6 DOCK, §•• LECTRICITY, QOOD lOCA. TION, CHEAP. EASY IF BEECHBR LANE APPMANCi ALGONA Phone CY 4-3613 NOTICE OF PROBATE , STATE OF IOWA Kossutii County ss, IN DISTRICT COURT No. 7912 March Term, 1902 Tp ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; YQU ARE HEREBY NOTI- FJED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George Jcntz, Deceased, dated April 13 .I860, haying been this day filed, opened 'and read, Monday the 26th day of June, 1961 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa,' before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a.m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested arc hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have why instrument should not bi probated and allowed as and fo> the last Will and Testament oi suid deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June USED MACHINERY LIST MOWERS 2—McCormick-Deerjng Semi- Mounted 1—New Idea Pull Type 1—Minnesota Semi-Mounted 1—Oliver Semi-Mounted RAKES 1— Allis-Chalmers PTO 2—Case four' bar Several, good three bar rakes TRACTORS 1—1950 Model WD Allis- "• Chalmers with adjustable iron 1—1950 Model WD Allis- Chalmers with standard iron 1—1946 Model C Allis-Chalmer 1—1942 Model WC AUis- Chalmers 1—1948 Model "R" Minneapolis* Molina 1—1940 Model A John Deere 1—1946 Model 1Q1 Sr. Massey- Harris LINDB IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA DIAL BHrown 2-4601 (24) a ach month oft a group of Girl Cosmetic cltenlte on a o be established in and around Algona, and are Willing to make ight deliveries, etc., write to TUDIO GIRL* COSMETICS, Dept. JW-14, Glendale, California. Route wild pay up to $5.00 per (24-27) lour. WANTED — 1949-52 6-cylinider Ford motor in operaltfog cbnditlpn. Call CY 4-3984. ' '*.;. , 24* HELP WANTEO Salesmen' or Agents -- Wttriit to nake. $25.00 or more per day m jteasaint route work? Can; .use man or woman, part or full-time. Write Fursit McNess Company, Madrid, Iowa. (23-24*) WANT TO LEASE — corn stalk and. Ernie Naumanj phone 11 On 98, Burt, la. (23tf) WANTED TO BUY — Alfalfa hay. Ernie Nauman, phone 11 on 98 at Burt. (23tf) "WANTED — Man, 22.to 45, now employed thalt wanlts more security and salary. Good chance for advancement. $125 week to start if you qualify. See Fred- Knudit- son, Hotel Algona, Thursday, June 15th from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m." (24) Miscellaneous •rrsssJSffSfSffSSSSJSS//SS/S/S///S///////S//////////S//. IF YOU ARE HAVING .THOU,BLE BUYING CAR INSURANCE, SEE L. S. BOHANNON, 6 N. DODGE ST., ALGONA, IOWA. ' , : 24 Card of Thanks CARD. OF THANKS ; Many thanks to Pasitor Kautsch, relatives arid friends for the prayers, cards, flowers, memorials, food and help during our recent bereavement. The family of. Mrs. Ahirra Baa's. . 2,4* >CARD OF THANKS I want to thank you for the prayers, cardfc, flowers, giflts and company; and 'the doctors, sisters and nurses-for their care while 1 was 'a<t St. Ann Hospital. Mrs. Mary Weydert. . 24 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank my neighbors, friends and relatives for the cards, letters, and visits, while I was in the Lutheran Hospital. They were Mrs. Vennon 24* all appreciated. Evans. 14, 1961 _, Alma Pcursoir Clerk of the District Court Attorneys Winkel &. Winkel Wanted WANT TO BUY FARM — Quarter section. Write Box 69M, Algona. 24-27 WANTED — HAY LAND to rent, Junior R. Hudbiu't, Lone Rock, Iowa, Ph. No. Wai. 5-38U5. (24) MAN WANTED — To work in [janU department. iv e 'it Motor Co, Algona. 24 WAITRESS — For Algoaia Hotel Pint; Room. Must be neait and reliable. Apply in person to Mr. Flaunt at Algona Hotel. Lone Rock Girl Weds Seneca Man, Sunday Seneca — Margaret Fischer bride elect of Larry Menz, was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Seneca School Mrs. Virgil Gardner registered the guests. Mrs. Ronald Frier- nutth welcomed them. Mrs. Everett Witham had charge of tlu> program which began with thr presentnlion of corsages to t he- honored bucsts by Sharon Dorsey and Marcia Breitenfeld. Sharon Klien Fricrmuth had charge of games after which Alyce Petersen presented an ac- cordian selection. Sharon Dorsey read ''The Checkered Apron" after which she presented the honored guest with the apron she was wearing. The bride elect was assisted with her gifts by Beverly Odin Andrews of Esther| ville and Phyllis Kauffman Osborn of Fenton. Mrs. Roy Chrischilles prcsidco at the silver service. Miss Fischer's marriage to Larry Mem of Sonera was solemnized Saturday afternoon at tac Presbyterian, chu-v;h at Lone Rock. Hostesses at the shower included Mrs. Lyle England, Mrs Ray Gardner, Mrs. Russel Jensen Mrs. Laurence Johannesen, Kathryn Johannesen, Mrs. Robert Benzin, Mrs. Verle Smith, Mrs Frank Meyers, Mrs. John Elsbecker, Mrs. Mavuld, Schlei, Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mrs. Willian Householder, Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Mrs. John Kressin, Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Melvin Madsen, Mrs. Russell Kauffman, Mrs Carl Nielsen. Fricrmuth, Mrs. Roger Osborn, Mrs. William Dorsey and Sharon and Mrs. Dennis Breitenfeld. Pupils In Recital Mrs. Clarence Osborn presented her piano pupils in a recita' Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church at Fenton. Fourteen pupils appeared. They include Kathy Jensen, Cheryl Jensen, Linda Kracht, Ann Fortney, Tom and Tim Streuckcr, Becky and Jill Jensen, and Candace Vaudt, who did not take part in the recital as she is away on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn entertained at a picnic supper Sunday night honoring their son, David, who was observing his twentieth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch and Bonnie of Waterloo spent the weekend here. They returned to Waterloo Monday morning where Mrs. Crouch is employed. Mr. Crouch and Bonnie will be spending part of the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn entertained -at dinner Tuesday Mrs. Irene Newell^Llvely of Texas, also Mrs. Jesse Newell and Beth Ann, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Roger Osborn and children 01 Fenton. Rev. Oliver Johnson of Cylinder will have charge of the worship service at the Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Sunday school will follow at 9:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Willtem Loss and daughter, Kelley, spent -last Friday and Saturday at the Nate Wexler home at Minneapolis and attended graduation exercises at Concordia College, St. Paul. Cynthia Wexler, a sister of Mrs. Loss' was one of the graduates. Marilyn Johannesen left Tuesday for Lake Okoboji where she will work at the Brooks Country Club. Mrs. John Streucker was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday, June 1. Seneca Modern Mixers Club met Tuesday afternoon at the Roy Hinzs. Mrs. .Herbert Krause and Mrs. Richard Bauer were honored, birthday members. Mrs Robert Burt had charge of the entertainment. .Mrs. Peggy Cyphers , will be the July hostess, Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, Mrs.. Cecil Bailey, Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr.. and Mrs. Ltster Osborn spent June 2 with Mrs. Emma Pannell at Ringstsd where they helped her observe her 83rd birthday anniversary. Randy Vaudt, son of the Calvin Vaiidts, spent Wednesday anc 1 Thursday morning at the Holy Family hospital at Esthei-yille where he submitted to minor lurgery. Candace Vaudt accompanied ,he Forrest Hannifans to their lome at Toledo for a few days visit. The Hannifans spent the weekend here. Custom Drapery Headquarter* By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure — Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture, Algona , OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Responsible person to service and collect irom automatic dispensers. No experience needed. Car, references, and $450 to $900 cash necessary. 4 to 8 hours weekly required, fcxcellent monthly income. For local interview, write Kay Co., 6305 Harriet, Richfield, Minnesota. Wed 35 Years The children of Mr. and Mrs Jeorge Jergens are holding open house in honor of their parents' 35th wedding anniversary at the Ion Taylor home, 905 N. Wooster, on Sunday, June 18, from 2-5 p.m. Mends are cordially invited, Foot Mangled Bancroft —- The small daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Vaske had icr foot badly mangled when she was playing near her brother who was mowing >the lawn. The fam- ,ly lives near Lakota. She is a gnainddaughter of Mrs Otto Vaske and lived here until three years ago. FEMALE HELP WANTED WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE . . , If you would enjoy working 3 or Algona, Iowa 4 how a a day calling Mrs. Leslie Denton, Mrs. D«r leno Barber, Mrs. Joe Lynch, Jr. Mrs. Virgil Gardner, Mrs. Car Odin, Mrs. Lloyd Andrews, Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs. EtU. Thompson, Mrs. Henry Hocick t\nd Eleanora, Mrs. Ernest Davi and'Judy, Mrs. Willard ' Menz Mrs. Leo Guerdet, Mrs, Meuller, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Roy Klein, Mij. Beavei Ronald COMMERCIAL BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE Chas. Bloom Phone CY 4-2595 ALGONA DONT LET WORRY SPOIL YOUR TRIP You'll be able to really relax and enjoy your vacation, if you've protected yourself financially against any mishaps that could occur on a trip. For a worry-free vacation . ... see Jim Kolp of the ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY and take insurance with you. Thursday, June 15, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper PM WANTED TO BUY DAIRY CATTLE OF ALL BREEDS. COULD USE A LOAD OF SPRINGING HEI- FERS. DALE YUNGEBERG CY 4-4044 ALGONA, IOWA (24-31*) Get Your Smoking Supplies at ihe NEW SMOKE SHOP USED FARM MACHINERY New Idea trail type. Mower --- $195 2—MM Semi-mtd. mower :• ^Ea. $145 AC Semi-mtd. mower __-- $135 Ferguson 7' 3 pt. mower — $95 Kelly Ryan Ground driven Rake _. $195 4 Row MM Cult $195 2 Row AC Cult, for WDAC $85 New Idea wagon gear, excellent cond. $120 NEW IDEA HAY CONDITIONER FOR RENT. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-3451 KEYS MADE at CoasMo-Coast Algona PRICED LOW : 1 — I960 FORD Faittae, 4 dr^, V-8 auto., with heater, near new ................... $1850 2 — 1957 FORD 6-cyt Custom 300, std. trans., 4 dr. Your pick ................... $950 2 — 1957 FORD Custom 300 V8's, , auto, trans, R & H, your choice --------- ..... -..-.. $095 1956 MERCURY Mmi tclalr, 4-dif. V-8, auto, trans., a nice car ..$695, 1 — 1953 FORD, 4 dr., V-8, Overdrive, valves jus"t ground, real nice car ---------- - ------ $250 1956 FORD CUSTOMLINE, 4 dr., 6 Cyl. standard trans. __ $ 650 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 1954 PONTIAC 4-dr. R, & H. Star Chief, Runs Good ....... $295 KRAUSE "66" SERVICE FENTON, IOWA (24) WESTERN CATTLE FOR PRIVATE SALE TO ARRIVE JUNE 14, 15, & 16 150 CHOICE LIGHT WT. HEREFORD SIR. CFS. WTj, 350-430. ..,.;•..'.!, • $ . ; . l 175 CHOICE HEREFORD SIR. CFS. WT. 445-510 200 CHOICE HEREFORD STR. CFS. WT. 475-575 75 CHOICE ANGUS YRLG. STRS. WT..550-625 150 CHOICE HEREFORD YRLG. STRS. WT. 650-775 80 CHOICE HEREFORD YRLG. STRS. WT. 540-610 80 CHOICE HEREFORD HFR. CFS. WT. 400-445 175 CHOICE BLACK FACE LAMBS 300 CHOICE HAMP FEEDER 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 ~ Day or Night BOONE, IOWA (23tf) rVVVWWVVWWWWViViVWVVVV USED MACHINERY New Holland PTO Blower 60' pipe, Rbjr. conveyor, 4 yrs. old Simplicity 6 H.P. Riding $450 .. Garden Tractor w/plow, disc, Cult., Rotary and Sickle Mower ......... _______ $350 1853 MH 44 Tractor, Hyd No, 37 MH 414 mtd. plow $450 68 M, MH. 12' Tandem Disc, 3 point hitch -- ..... -- $350 Z^Ideal 85 bv», Hog Feeder _____ ........... ______ Ea. $75 Case T Mower, Ford or VAC $150 1956 MH 444, Pwr. Sir., Live PTO, Pwr. Adj. wheels w/4 row cult. A-l - -- $2800 IHC 4 row Cult. ___________ $395 JOE BRADLEY Algona, la. CY 4-2421 •••••••••••••••••I SCHULTZ BROS. TOP USED CARS I960 BUICK, 4-door Sedan, Red and White, Local Car, only 10,500 actual miles. Power Steering, Power Brakes, and Dynaflow transmission. 1959 BUICK 4-door Sedan, low mileage, Dynallow and radio, a one-owner car, very clean with ihe best of care. 1957 MERCURY Monterey, 4-dr., Pink and White, Push Button transmission and a one owner Car. 1956 BUICK 2 door, Hard Top. Color is red with white top, 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 that just drove it on Sundays. Must be seen to appreciate. 1955 2 door. Hard Top Century, Real Low Mileage, Coral and White with 47,000 actual miles. 1954 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, with radio and Hydramah'c. 1953-FORD 2-door, V-8 engine, overdrive, straight transmission, tinted glass and radio. 1952 STUDEBAKER 'A-ton Pickup, one owner, brand new paint job and good rubber. ALL CARS CARRY ONE YEAR G W CAR WARRANTY SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS •Buick 'Lark 'Pontiac 'Cadillac South Phillips Street — Algona 18 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 ROBINSON CONST. CO. E. E. (BUD) ROBINSON HWY. 18 EAST ALGONA, IOWA PHONE CYpresj 4-3374 ACROSS WEIDENHOFF PLANT JOHN MORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT CATTLE GERALD FRANKL CATTLE BUYER CALL ALGONA, CYpress 4-4814 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2*2344 When Redy To Sell-Call Worrell! * CIl&WJ

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