6-*Al96tia (lo.) Uppftf Pat MdtflM Tuesday, January 23, 1962 Succumbs Here; Rites Monday funeral services for Martha Charlotte Jaskulke, 51, beauty shop chain manager, were held Monday morning in Trinity Lutheran church here. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated and burial was in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Miss Jaskulke died Friday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich, with whom she had lived for the past six months. She was born June 30, 1910 at Lotts Creek to Leo and Adeline Tosch Jaskulke. Until her last illness she was manager of the Glenby Co. chain of beauty shops. Surviving are a brother, Herman Jaskulke, Granada, Minn; and three sisters, Mrs. Robert (Selma) Laabs, Mankato, Minn., Mrs. Hertha Johnson, Robbinsdale, Minn., and Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich, Algona. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers. Pallbearers at the services were six nephews, Herman and Clifford Jaskulke, Wilferd and Eugene Faulstich, Douglas Johnson and Lewis Eraser. in Chicago at which a new Farmal tractor is to be introduced, and other new International machines for 1962 including three self-pro pelted combines. Bad Check Gets 7-Year Sentence Clyde Collins was sentenced to seven years in the state penitent! ary at Fort Madison by Judge G W. Stillman Tuesday morning after Collins entered a guilty plea to a charge of false drawing and uttering of a bank check in the amount of $20. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood was slated to take Collins to Fort Madison today (Tuesday). Collins passed the check at the East End Grocery store here Jan. 7. Appeal bond was set at $2,500 by Judge Stillman. Pay $50 Fines Council Adopts Zoning Change Here Friday Algona's city council adoped zoning ordinance amendment dur ing a special meeting Friday af ternoon, making four half-blocks from Moore to Wooster streets 01 Call street, into a commercia. area. Passage of the amendment came after many weeks of discussion by the council and the planning and zoning commission. The original amendment included four half-blocks on each side of Call from Moore to Wooster, but the decision to change to the four half-blocks on the south side of the street came after a petition, bearing signatures of 51 residents living in the area, was filed during one of the open meetings. Under the amendment, the four half-blocks that are now considered commercial, were changed from multiple dwelling. A special meeting of the council to consider the amendment Thursday afternoon was postponed to Friday when it was found a quorum of members could not be present. Final action of the planning and zoning commission came Wednesday night. Two men, Paul Hansen and James Rowlet, were fined $50 and costs each in Justice Delia Welter's court this week following a preliminary hearing on charges of petty larceny. The men allegedly took a quantity of beer from a warehouse at Swea City. Swea City police and Sheriff Ralph Lind horst investigated the matter. persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cruise,' if nny they have, wKy instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 20, 11)02, Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. McMahon & Cassel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT _ IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF E. J. Jungblut, Deceased. IN PROBATE . , , . , Notice o£ Appointment of DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate of E. J. Jungblut late of Kossuth County. Iowa. Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them in like manner and form as by law required, for allowance and payment. Dated this 22nd day of January A.D.: 1962. Joseph H. Tenocver Executor of said Estate. Farm Equipment FOR Manure Loaders and snow buckets. Buy direct from factory. Prides start at $269.00. Write or call for free photo and price list for your, tractor. Vaughn Mfg. Co., Waseca, Minnesota. (1*4) USED FARM MACHINERY Polar Permanent Anti-Freeze, gat Wanted Legal Notices To Tractor Prevue Walt Hall of the Algona Implement left Sunday by plane from Mason City for a two-day meeting IS ONE OFTHESe PATTERNS YOURS? Ordinance No. 424 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 413 THE MUNICIPAL CODE, 1959, BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP REFERRED TO IN SECTION 2 OF ARTICLE III, CHAPTER I, TITLE VI ENTITLED "ZONING CHAPTER" BY CHANCING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF CERTAIN DESIGNATED LOTS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CALL. STREET BETWEEN MOORE AND WOOSTEH STREETS FROM "B" MULTIPLE DWELLING DISTRICT TO "C" COMMERCIAL DISTRICT AND REPEALING PARTS OF CHAP- TEH 1, TITLE VI WHICH ARE IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. WHEREAS, Chapter 1, Title VI of the Municipal Code provides in Article XVIII, Section 1 that the City Council may amend, supplement or change lie regulations or the district boundaries contained in said chapter, and WHEREAS, the City Council is of he opinion that certain changes should IB made in said zoning chapter to iromote the general welfare and to ncourage the most appropriate use of eal estate throughout the City and to onserve the value thereof, and WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended to the City Council that the changes here in- orporated be made in said Chapter in rder to provide additional commer- ial zoning and to encourage retail bus- nesses to establish in the general' area f the existing business district rather nan to locate on the outer fringes of le City and possibly outside of the City Limits, and WHEREAS, a public hearing has icen held in connection with the sub- ect matter of this Ordinance as required by law. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, as follows: Section 1,-That Section 2 of Article in? CB&pteiia, Title VI of'the Zoning Chapter be amended by amending the oning map referred to in said Section of Article III, Chapter 1 of Title VI o that the following described lots re rezoned from "B" Multiple Dwell- ng District to "C" Commercial Dis- ~*ict, to-wit: Lots One (1), Two (2). Three (3). Block Twenty-two (22), Original Plat; Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), Block Twenty-three (23), Original Plat. Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), Block Twenty-Four (24), Original Plat; Lots One 11), Two (2), Three (3), Four (•!). Block Two Hundred Twenty-four (224), Call's Addition. Suction 2. That the zoning map of the City of Algona referred to in Section 2. Article III, Chapter I, Title VI of the Municipal Code be revised to reflect the above changes and that a statement, notation and reference be attached thereto setting forth the ohitnKus of c-Uissifieation accomplished by Section 1 of this Ordinance. Sefticin 3. The foregoing amendments shall he incorporated into the published copy of the Municipal Code of the City of Algona. Iowa, by appropriate action fi! the City Clerk. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of oKlinnnees in conflict herewith are re- pe.iled. Seel ion 5. Tliis ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after it.s publication, approval and passage ;irt provided by law. PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED this 10 clay of Jan.. 1962. /S/ Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Mayor Attest: David A. Smith City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 421 which was passed iaiul adopted by the City Council and approved by the Ma- vot on the 111 day of January, A.D I'.iKZ. \:i hereby duly authenticated. /S/ Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Mayoi Attest: David A. Smith i.'itv Clerk WANTED — Dependable married man, 24-40, with management potential for full time employment with Nationally known Company. Average $115 week to start. Full training given. Write Box 273, Garner, Iowa. (52-3) WANTED — Sales person, male or female, to work on sales floor, capable of selling big ticket merchandise, steady work, willing to •learn, must be neat, cheerful and above all, reliable. Pay is good salary plus commission. Write Box 69-B, stating age, c/o Algona In your container 1—1951 Allis Chalmers WD trad. lor, A-l shape, w/3-14 in. mounted plow .. $1050 1—Rubber tired wagon $ 45 1—1944 "B" J.D. tractor _..__ $ 325 1—Humboldt Loader with manure bucket $ 125 l_New Idea Horn Loader, with snow bucket only, mtgs. for J.D. tractors $ 45 1—Humboldt Snow & Bucket $ 8 1—NEW New Idea Horn loader with snow bucket only .. $ 45( 1—1937 JD tractor "B" __ $125 1-John Deere "B" tractor, 1946 painfted and overhauled $42! 1—Used Hammer-mill $ 35 ALL PRICED TO SELL I 1—New Red Hen Space Heater, Large Size, Demonstrator $17 BEHLEN CORN CRIBS ft BINS WALSH it SIOUX CORN CRIBS WEISBflOD IMPLEMENT FeittoH, towa\ v (8) Upper Des Moines. Itfn WANTED — Large established Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company has an opening in this area for a District Manager. Complete training is offered. Financing is available with a liberal bonus. Retirement program and Hospitalization program at no cost. Write to State Manager, Modern Woodmen of America, 320 Bad- gerpw Building, Sioux City, Iowa giving age, past experience etc. Replies are confidential. (2-3-4) SALE! Of All-time Favdrite Pattern* COMMUNITY* The Finest Ulverptato j Replace missing pfccos, add'to ' JK>W present set Order 2.23 2.20 1.10) 2.2<» Km Teaspoons. .,..,. Dessert Spoonv * • , , Round Bowl Soup SiHKns A.D. Coffee Spoons ,', . Iced Drink Spoons • • • Butter Spreaders't • • • . ___ _ Dinner Knives ...... 3.3d Crille Knives ••••••! 33O f*ace Knives, •••••• "-7 * Serrated Blade* ... &3O Dinner Forks • •••*•• 2-20) Grille Forks .«••... 2.201 Place Forks ......; 2.20) Salad Forks ....... 2.2O Cocktail Fork* ...... Z.sa, Table Spoon ....... 3.3O Cold Meat Forte i ..... 4.9S Sravy Ladle ....... 4.93 CONVENIENT TERMS If you «nt »pm« to, PtiOM .114. CY 4-4672 COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in Special sos- --,1011 Jan. 1<I. HI02 at 5:00 P.M. with Mayor Shierk and the following named councilmen: Muekey. Whitternore Kllierl, Anclreasen, Finn and Peirce. Ke;>ul. approving Road Use Tax report was adopted. Proposed Orel. No. 423 on rezoning v, as tabled. Ord. -124 was adopted which rezones the .south side of Call street from Moore east to Wooster to commerical. Letter from North Central Public Service Co. concerning rate refunds v,as lead. HELP WANTED fant to make $25.00 or more per day in pleasant route work? Can use man or woman, part or full time. Write D. L. Anderson, Box 152, Madrid, Iowa. (2-3*) WANTED — Ambitious man, 24 to 40, for year around employment in a job with a future. Rapid advancement to capable man. $100 week to start. Write Box 273, Garner, Iowa. (2-5) WANTED — Electric motor and tool repair. Engstrom Electric, Burt, Iowa. 3* WANTED — Secretary. Typing and ability'to meet the public required. Paid vacation, ideal working conditions. Write Box 69-S, c/o Upper Des Moines, Algona. 3* USED MACHINERY Humboldt loader with snow buckel to fit Ford 2—Used Horn Loaders with snow buckets 1—Cherokee Used Loader, to fit Ford Tractor 2—Used Knipco Heaters 1-E "M-M" Sheller 2—"H" John Deere Spreaders 3—2A Spreaders, New Idea MANY OTHER USED SPREADERS ON OUR USED MACHINERY LOT — SEE US FOR THE BEST DEAL IN A NEW OR USED SPREADER. BUSCHE R No. Main St. BROS. Algona ...3 NEWSPAPER CAREER Opportunity for man or woman to manage want ad dept. of Daily Sentinel. Call on established customers in Fairmont. Some supervision. A satisfying job with a future in an expending industry and a growing newspaper. Experience in selling helpful but not essential. We train you. Should be age 21-45 with high school education. Benefits include health and life insurance and profit sharing. Call or write Daily Sentinel, c/o Bill Mickelson, Fairmont. Phone 235-3302. After 6 p.m. call 235-3298. 3-4 WANTED — FARMHAND, married, experience with livestock and general farming. Modern home with bath. Good wages for dependable man with extras year around. Frank H. Becker, Burt, Iowa. 3* WANTED — Man and wife to learn and manage business. Age 22-35, 6-day week, wife 1 day. Experience unneccessary. See Fred Knudtson, Algona Hotel, Algona, Thursday, January 25th, 5 to 8 p.m. (3) USED MACHINERY .4" Ward's Mill with Trav. Feed Table — PTO . /iking PTO Mill No. 70 Bowsher Burr Mill — 8' Auger Elev. — 3 yrs. old IHC IOC Mill with Trav. Feed Table — PTO — Auger unloader ••-, No. 41 Gehl — PTO — with Cutter; head 220X Eetz Mill — PTO — Feeder 1 Auger •" n 14" OK Mill with Drop Feeder -t 16' Drag 2A Bearcat Mill — PTO — Self Feeder 110 A JD Roughage Mill — with Hammers — Cutterhead ; 13" Papec Stationary Mill Oliver Wheel Tandem Disc — 18" Blades IHC 18' Disc MH 12' Tandem Disc — 3 Pt. hitch 4—15' Discs (cheap) Ford 2 Row Rotary Hoe — 3 Pt.' hitch 4 Row Dunham Rotary Hoe Humboldt Manure Loader — with Snow Scoop — "M" Mtgs. Humboldt Cable Type Loader — "M" Mtgs. 2—Case Stalk Cutters No. 200 IHC Manure Spreader — 2 wheel Oliver 2 wheel Tractor Spreader Kelly Ryan Tandem Unloading Wagon 8 x 14 Forage box with Unloader Anthony 6 x 10 Box Cobey Wagon on rubber Midwest Hoist (wagon) Unloader for Forage Box with Electric Mtr. JOE BRADLEY ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-2421 3 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATf OF IOWA Kn:.sutli Oounly ss. IN DISTRICT COURT Xo. SOU February Term. l'.)82 TO AI.l. WHOM IT MAY'CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREUV NOTIFIED, That an insi i luneni. o! writing purijnrting to be Ihr last Will and Testament of llarrv M. Harris, Deceased, dated February 1!). li), r )2. having been this day 1'ileil. opened and read, Monday the r>m day (if Febmaiy, 1U62, is'iixed lor hearing pruol of same at tile Ctiurt ilnube in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: and at ten o'clock A.M.. nl the day above mentioned all SPECIAL SALE! Room Lots Of WALLPAPER at greatly REDUCED PRICES! See at ... SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE Algona i FRUIT TREES APPLES, PEARS PLUMS & CHERRIES __,_ DWARF FRUIT TREES APPLE, PEAR & CHERRY $755 2 3 ~ UP 00 UP NOW TAKING ORDERS - ALL STOCK GUARANTEED - WRITE FOR PRICE LIST — FREE LANDSCAPE PLANS. Duncan Nursery PHONE CY 4-2339 AIGONA, IOWA LATEST LISTING OF SCHULTZ BROS. Top Used Cars 1959 PONTIAC Carolina 2-door, Hydramatie and radio. 1959 CHEVROLET 9-passenger station Wagon, with Power Steering, straight transmission, overdrive, radio and electric rear windows. VERY CLEAN. 1959 FORD Galaxie 4-door with radio, heater, Fordomatic, a bronze color and one- owner car. 1958 BUICK Super 4-door hardtop, radio, heater, Dyna- flow. Power steering and brakes. 1957 CHEVROLET 2 door Station Wagon. 39,000 miles. Straight three speed trans. 1956 PONTIAC 4-door Hardtop, radio, heater, & Hydroma- tic. 1956 FORD Station Wagon 2 door. Six cylinder motor, with overdrive and radio. New snow tires. Runs and Drives very good. 1955 PACKARD Clipper 4-door Sedan, tutone Black and white, very clean. 1955 PLYMOUTH 2-door hard• top, red and black finish. 1955 CHEVROLET Hard top, Radio and Heater. 1948 %-Ton International Pick Up with combination Stock and Grain Box. We have a very good, selection of older cars that will make you load transportation. Some heapies, some 'junkers, some landies. We are going to move hese so don't delay. ..' > " DIRECT BROADCASTS OVER KLGA FROM 7:15 to 7:20 A. M. VERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING I KIN T' 8 CARS 1980 FORD Fairlane SOO, V-8 en gine, 4-door, radio, Fordoma- tic trans. 195!) FORD Falrlane 4-door, Ford- 0-Matic transmission, V-8 en gine $1850 1956 FORD Convertible, Ford-0 Matic transmission, near new tires, Radio and Heater Priced to sell 1952 FORD Convertible, Excellent tires, overdrive, radio, new engine and brakes. Excellent condition. 1955 CHEV. Bel Air 4-door, power- glide transmission, V-8 engine, Radio, good seat covers, tires perfect and in excellent ma- chanical condition $ 595 1955 FORD Custom 4-door, Ford-0 Matic, V-8 engine, Radio and only 44,000 miles S 595 1954 FORD Custom 4-door, Ford-O Matic, V-8 engine, Radio, new tires, a real sharp clean car. $ 450 1954 CHEV. 210 4-door Standard trans., radio and runs exccp- " tionally good $ 375 1954 FORD Custom 2-door, Ford-O Matic trans., radio $ 450 1954 FORD Mainline 2-door, 6 Cylinder engine with Standard trans $ 395 1954 FORD Hardtop, Ford-O-Matic, V-8 engine, Radio, White side walls, two toned ..,.,.. $ 475 1953 PONTIAC 4-door, runs good. S 95 Schultz Bros. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS Buiek - Lark - Pontiac - Cadillac South Phillips St. — Algona 1952 FORD Station wagon, - over drive, Radio $250 1955 FORD Fairlane 2-door, overdrive, V-8 engine, needs overhauling. A mechanic's special. $ 200 USED TRUCKS 19GO FORD F-600, 2 Ton, 156" wheelbase, 8.25 tires with a 2 speed axle. lOsTFORD % Ton Pick Up. 1952 CHEV. % Ton Pick Up, needs fixing up ... give us a bid. 1951 FORD % Ton Pick Up. 1954 AND NEWER CARS CARRY A ONE YEAR IADA GUARANTEE WARRANTY. KENT MOTOR CO. FORD & FALCON Phone CY 4-3504 Algona RCA Victor >TheABWGTONL 3ELUXE SERIES 32.048411 1 J2BO square-tocb plcbua COLOR TV LOWBOVl High fidelity Color TuW •Color-Quick Tunin • One-set FlneTunfn0\ '* Super-Power Chassis Did You Know? We Rent TV Sets! We have many fine completely renovated TV sets we rent out by the month. Stop in and ask to see our Rental TV units. TOM'S Radio & TV 112N- MQORE ALGONA CY 4-3260 It's Here! JUST WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR I The Greatest Grocery JWeekend Ever To Hit ALGONA FREE PRIZES! FREE SAMPLES! FREE FAVORS! AND PRICES ". • r * THAT WILL BE PREPARED TO FILL YOUR PANTRY BE PREPARED TO FILL YOUR FREEZER BE PREPARED TO SAVE AS YOU HAVE NEVER SAVED BEFORE! HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE YOUR BUCK GET YOUR SHARE OF BARGAINS AT THE GRAND OPENING OF CLOVER FARM MARKET BE HERE WHEN THE DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A.M. FRIDAY! !
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