The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 6
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*-Af0efl« (ta.) tippet DM Molni* Thursday, S, LOCALS M*. and" Mis. Art Andirson spent last week vaeatloWng in North Dakota, •'The following fourih grade children wcrl ^.presented -'Bibles by Methodist Sunday School Sunday: Eddie Bennett:, 'RaiidS' Burris, Terry Ba1l|y,'"thomas El- lefsofl, Verlyn Haahr, John Hedlund, Jenalee Htfifchison, Krisly Kent, Ann Renne Lighter, Re becca Mitto, Dianne Palmer, Jark Peters, Denny Peterson, Cathy Potter, UeYry 1 ' Simpson, Kathy Taylor nnd Jerry Whitte- mbte. — o— New officers have been installed at the Methodist Sunday School. Mrs. Leo Steven is 'superintendent; Mrs. John Hayes, membership suptl; Mrs. Clifford Blanchard, secretary; Mrs". N. M.< Coughenour, assistant secretary; Mrs.,Jrank Moulton, supply secretary; D. L. Leffert, treasurer; and 'Mrs.' Mabel Sorenson and Bernice Walker, substitutes. Department heads are Mrs. Harry Skogstrom, Mrs. Jerry Anderson, Mrs. Lou ,,Snyder, Mrs. Joe Tschetter, Lawrence Hutzell and Mrs. L. J, Malueg.- Rex Taylor is chairman Of the commission on education. . . TWELVE,,,, Mr. Elmei* Hardisty of Massena recently reported a-, stock of corn about seven feet tail growing iri his wife's jardeVi, with 12 ears 6f corn growing* in two clusters. The ears are dll sUked out and ii ! the frost stays away long enough it may make corn. A stalk of Corn tiearirig seven e&rs stands on the J", E. Murphy farm northeast of Independence. Mr. Murphy said the corn grew from a freak plantinig, which he planted in the garden of the farm in mid-June. fof CARS & TRUCKS A-l 1—1959- I.H. B-100 pickup, Cond. will trade. 1—1960 IH B112 Pickup' %-T. w/4-speed Trans., 1—AM 80 IH Metro — Bargain 1—1954 I.H. A150 1'^ Ton/nice and clean. 1—1948 Dodge IT Truck, with box, goodi COMBINES 1—1958 Case No. 65 combine with PTO - A-l. 1—9 ft* Case combine, A*l beftlfis' ^..^ —u—*»^:. 1—A6 Case combine, A-l. 1—No.'62 Combine, xtra clean. .._...*..—.. *.--. $150 TRACTORS 1—1950 Parmall C, A-l. W1950 "MD" with remote control and 9-speed $1696 1—1953 WD Allis Tractor, A-l. l^-WdO IH. Wide front (like new) $175 I__4i4 IHC mounted plow with Super Chief Bottoms -— $350 PLOWS 4—No. 8LG Plows. .- SAVE $$$$ MISCELLANEOUS 1—C 250 Cultivator. 1—C 21 Mower. 1—Anthony Steel Flare Box. 1—14 ft. J. D. Tandem Disc. 4 Bottom Mpls. Mtd, Plow •__ $300 Like New I 1—AC 2-row Cult. , 1—Caswell loader w/snow bucket 1_44 ft. Little Giant Elevator. l_New chain saw 24", Bargain 11 1—No. 16 IH mower with 7ft bar. > . . 1—NO. 32 New Mowers SAVE —. . _—— $$$$ 1—No. 1 J.D. hay crimper, A-l, 1960. Save $$$. 1—Bolens Garden Tractor with mower and cultivator __ $65 1—Nd. 26 New Idea Picker, erttfa clean ' 1J-34-20 A-l 3— 2M pickers ALOONA ttt. Wanted WANTED — Experienced marl wants work on farm, part or fiill time. Call CY 4-2231. ' -40 WANTED — Secretary, must haVd shorthand, Winkel & Winkel, Attorneys. ' s 40 WANT TO LEASE — corn stalk land. Ernie Nauman, phone 11 on 98, Burt, la. . " (23tf) BE YOUR OWN BOSS ! Sell shares of America's priceless industrial might — all stocks, bonds, mutual funds in U.S.A. No quotas, confining-territories, Commissions, 25% higher. Write — Conway Bros., Inc., Box 454, Spencfer, loWa. 40'.<41;.42* son, no phane calls. WANTED — Young .Ifidi, to< train for check»out counter wottf, Ap» ply in persdtt, HoOdM SUjJefrValu, Algona. , •; f -f(40*41) WANTED TO BUY-— Alfalfa hay. Ernie Naum«, frhcfte 11 oft 98 at Burl. , - , ". • (23ft) SALESMAN WANTED. Career minded representative,' age , Slalatf 6J! $160.06 pV' , plus hotel allowances; during twb Bit A.r * jl.ji.ifc* i j^a «_'«•» i «*n E J iM»9 T*d*«*>S ^.^.t^^m&SAliffifcj^ffijj y •. « / sell China. Glassware, •: Kitcheft.Utensils; efiSi Paper Goods. «.«» .^...uv-., Supplies to Hotels, Restaltfaftts! t Clubs, Hospitals," ScHoolS.ani & , stitutions," Liberal, conwnigslofls. with $166.00 per week drawing ,> abconnt arrangement upon start* ,' ing on-territory. Territory, w&llt , able consists of Algorta, Mason City, Ft. Dodge, Des Mdine^, Car/ '' • V Missouri Valley; Sidux! City, LOANS - NO MORTGAGE irt-'Cl _I1JI1UCU LCpJLCT&CllLcttlVC) age 'iUllf IVAiOOUUtl v tuiv-j, w»w**« »- «v | 24-40, needed byleading food ser-; , Oeorge, Esthe-fVille 1 , Alg6nd ( Iowa vice equipment;and supply com-**are'ste. Write complete detail^ tQ! <—-— --• .a. •'—>, Plow. db^ft . to fail'. .'611 etfgahle-. > rio 'M6< . , fuffe afid feqifally afele to fcold'r •t* ldft& lteh' nteded.'jCon- •watt* ldftg& tyl 611 MtatHentt WANTED AT ONCE — Male or female help. Algona LaUndry & Drfy Cleaners, across the street east of Courthouse. 40 WANTED — Lady for maid work at Acreage Motel. Apply in per- SEE THE W62 RAMBL.EFI ON DISPLAY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ALGONA FRIDAY and SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 & 7 IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT FRIDAY - COME IN SATURDAY WHILE IN ALGONA FOR THE ANNUAL BAND FESTIVAL! DAU'SGARAGE "Your OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER DEALER" AMERICA'S 'Favorite Schoolmate SmUh-Corona PORTABLE Even "hunt and peck" typists do faster . , . neater ... print-perfect work with the world's first efecfric portable. Has everything you ever wanted in a portable and then some! Feaf ure- LOADED Superb new portable by Remington! Come in and try out Holiday! So much quality and easy typing and advanced design can lie yours for:only * $ protect* prefition typing mechanism! • Its rugged top t» R« esrry casal * Free typing court* ind •chart with «v*ry puchUwl IT'S TIME TO BUY THAT PORTABLE TYPEWRITER FOR YOUR STUDENT COMPLETE LINES PRICED FROM $49.95 TO STUDENTS! Smith'Corona KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST STOCK OF PORTABLES UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. HIE. Call, Al0ona OFFICI SUPPLY PEPT. Across From New City Parking L«t CY 4-3535 AfTlNTION FARMERS! YOU ARE INVITED TO AN ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. ' Ydtf Aftfi SUYWp & TgonxjiMON, 6' Mi , ALCOMA, IA, ' 40 Demonstration --»'«I aCOME EITHER DAY ,' J* >•••?• •>••-.'. OR BOTH At The V. C. SMITH FARM FROM ALGONA - 4'/2 miles north on r(y. 169 and '/4 mile 'east'. > FROM BURT - 3'/2 miles south on Hy 169 and '/4 mile.east. ." '- • ' ' (First road north of Black Cat Creek bridge over Hy. 169.) , ; " SEE IT FOR YOURSELF CONTINUOUS FLOW GRAIN DRYER IN ACTION ! 1 M-C Portable Grain Dryer ,with automatic moislure control. You dry grain CONTINUOUS, wether you sell it or bin it, all grain ha» same moisture content. Grain goes from field, to holding hopper, and flows from hopper to drying ancf cooling chambers on both sides of dryer. THERE IS NO GUESSWORK I Here" is today's best MONEY-MAKING equipment. ALSO SEE M-C MULTI PURPOSE CUTTER & CHOPPER with 2 Rotor Speeds, fast for mowing and chopping — reduced speed for hay conditioning. BRADY MULTI - CROP CHOPPER For Shedding, green Feeding, Topping. One flip of lever and it Is CONVERTED TO SHREDDER. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CUTTER and CHOPPER DUAL VARA-POWR BOX With variable speed Unloading UNLOADS 200 BU. IN UNDER 3 MINUTES DESIGNED FOR THOROUGH CLEANOUT MAXIMUM SAFETY • MINIMUM REPAIR MAYRATH ELEVATORS FOR CORN & HAY New/ all-galvanized Elevator, 20'/4 Inch, with automatic chajn tightener, prelube ball bearings, snapover clutch ana belt tightener. Handles 100 Bushels q minute. , , GAS FOR DRYER FURNISHED BY THiRQGAS CQ, OF ALGONA DON'T MISS THIS MODERN FARMING DEMONSTRATION Presented by the ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. ALGONA 1417 COMMERCIAL ST. 4.3S01

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