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Bert Seely, Whittemore, Phone 3166. 7* FOR SALE — 25 LBS. GOOSE and duck feathers, mixed. Ello Rahn, Fenton. Phone 208 Lone Rock. iy . _^ 7* FOR SALE—COCKER PUPPIES, blonde-gold-rust. Pure blood, 4 mo. old. just right age. Good health. H. O. Schamp, 1 S. 2% E. of Plover. 7* FOR SALE — GEESE, 2 LAY- ers and gander; few pups. Raymond Berte, LuVerne, phone 2602, Livermore. 7* HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS at Lightweight Prices DIAMONDS'* SURPLUS STORE Across From Post Office tf FOR SALE—MOZ-ALL POWER lawn mower with Briggs & Stratton motor, used 2 seasons, very good. Will sacrifice. Phone 1100 or call at Upper Des Moines office. 7* HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE — Mrs Lampright will sell the following' household goods for the Kenneth Bates, 1414 E. Linden, Saturday, Feb. 16, starting at 10 a.m. — Davenport, 4 chairs, platform rocker, nice chrome dinette set, studio couch, natural gas range, 11 cu. ft. General Electric refrigerator like, new, chest drawers, metal bed and springs, small baby bed, high chair, Oak table and 4 chrome chairs, miscellaneous articles. 7* FOR SALE — VERY GOOD Chrome Kitchen table with folding leaves, 4 yellow chairs, davenport and chair, 2 grey goose hens. Dave Weber, Bancroft, la., Lone Rock, phone 1006. 7* FOR SALE — 22 ft. 184? TRAIL- er house. Contact Blaine Hoi- torf, Algoha, phone 284 or Kelly Lumber, Sexton. 7-8* CHA8. ft MILLER ^ ftatea Windows, &«***, Aumtaga Jtei. Phon* 711-W Ai*t*iB Display at 116 S. Dodge St. itfn FOR SALE — 12 X 14 FOOT Brooder house. One year old. 11 foot Deepfreeze, 2 years old. Vernon Jensen, Ringsted, la. 6-7* FOR SALE — BIG DUTCHMAN automatic feeder with 120 It. feeder space. Flow-er for 12x18 ft. brooder house, requires no litter. Will sell or trade. Bartlett Bros. Turkey Hatchery, Titonka. 6-7* Feed and Seed FOR SALE — BALED ALFALFA hay, all in barn. Emil Bierstedt. Fenton. phone 3812. 7-8* FOR SALE — 4,000 BALES first and second cutting alfalfa. Pat Bradley, Burt, phone 2 on 97. 7* FOR SALE — BALED PRAIRIE hay, stored inside; also baled straw. George Wildin, phone 322- W, Algona. 7-8* Automotive FOR SALE — BALED HAY, • alfalfa and red clover, E. E. Brandow, 751R, Algona, Iowa 7-8* FOR SALE — 2nd and 3rd cutting Alfalfa hay, inside. Earl Shipler, Burt, Iowa. 6-7* M & M Feed Produces More Red Meat All M & M Products contain "the more meat factors" Free Feed Lot Service M. H. FAIN Ph. 1173 Algona 509 E. McGregor 4tf Help Wanted FOR SALE — BY ORIGINAL owner, 1955 4-door DeSoto, black and white, a beautiful car. Will sacrifice, phone 1298-LW. Algona. 7 FOR SALE — 1953 BUICK Special two-door hardtop. Herb Hedlund. Phone 1113. 6-7 SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE » « • Good Used Cars • *• • 1955 Packard Clipper DcLuxc, loaded — radio, heater, directional signals. Ultra Matrie, like new, 19,000 actual miles. 1955 Chevrolet 2-dr., V-8 motor, heater & directional signals. 1953 Sludebaker Commander, heater, directional signals, automatic transmission, colored glass. 1952 Plymouth hardtop, loaded with extras. 1951 Sludebaker Commander, convertible, radio, heatet, overdrive and new motor. 1949 one ton Sludebaker truck, stalk and grain BOX, fold down sides. New motor. SCHULTZ BROTHERS Studebaker-Packard Algona, la. • Form Equipment FOR SALE — NEW IDEA f?Q. 12 tractor manure spreader. Orville Lauch, Whittemore, Ph. 4941. 7* ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE — Big discount, $85.00. New machine guarantee. No attachments needed. Write: Interstate Sewing Center, <>21 Grand Avenue, Des Moines 9, Iowa. 7* WANTED — RURAL ROUTE salesman to work 'out of Humboldt. Average earnings over $5,000 yearly. Married and not over 35 years of age. Contact Richard Dillon, phoae 945, Humboldt, Iowa, or Darrell-Dillon Co., Hampton, Iowa. 7 WANTED AT ONCE — RAW- ifih Sealer, R, Freeport, WANTED — MIDDLE-AGED woman as companion to elderly lady. Call 429-W or 450-J. 7 WANTED — 2 MEN WHO HAVE cars, know livestock and want to make a good check while building a good lifetime business. Write or call H. O. Schamp, RR2, Rolfe, la. 7* WANTED — LADIES OR MEN. Spare time to represent and sell food supplement locally. No objections to non-conflicting additional items. Full training. Write H. O. Schamp, RR2, Rolfe, la. 7* Services Formica Work — Custom Cabinet & Furniture Work Antiques Restored KEN'S REFINISHING SHOP Export Furniture Refinishing & Repairing 2632 Albion Ave. Phone 1142-J Fairmont, Minnesota 6-9* Livestock WANTED — HOLSTEIN OR Swiss Heifers or cows; also want Hereford or Angus calves. Ames or other certified seed oats. Also want baled straw. Bradley Bros., phone 707 or .714, Algona. 6tf FOR SALE — 40 PUREBRED spotted Poland China bred gilts. Due to farrow in March and April. ; Also, fall b '-^ more City, Iowa. 2-9 GO WHERE THE CROWDS GO! AUCTION SALE (Weekly) FRIDAY, FEB. 15 15 LOCAL WHITEFACE STEER AND HEIFER CALVES OFFERED ALL CHOICE QUALITY SPECIAL DAIRY CONSIGNMENT SALE MONDAY, FEB. 25 A Good Bunch of Choice local Dairy Cattle Will Be Offered Starting at 1 P.M. THIS SPACE IS YOURS F-R-E-E If You Have livestock For A Regular Friday Afternoon Sale let Us Know. Phone U* or The Upper Des Moines (1106) For Free listing In This Column). Algona Sale Barn YyHSElBRS *• QUINW *- MOORE FOR SALE — 30 BROOD SOWS in April. Roland Chafee, Burt. Phono 14 on 91. __ 7* FOR SALE —CHESTER WHITE Boar, registered. Elmer Ludwig, West Bend. 7* FOR SALE — PUREBRED M ON- tana No. 1 Meat-Type Gilts; Purebred Durocs and purebred Hampshires. Start farrowing last week in Feb. Fritz Freyholtz. Fenton. Phone 409. 7* Purebred Spotted Poland China BRED GILT SALE Thursday, Feb. 28 1:30 P.M. 50 REGISTERED BRED GILTS Bred to 3 outstanding boars. Selling at the farm located 3'2 miles South, I 1 /: miles East of Lakota, Iowa. This is a good opportunity for 4-H and FFA boys. Write us for free catalogue. Bert S. Geerdes & Son IAKOTA, IOWA 7-8 USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 1—1952 WD Allis-Chalmers — repainted and overhauled 1—1950 WD Allis-Chalmers 1—1949 C Allis-Chalmers 1—1945 WC Allis-Chalmere 1—1940 Model A John Deere 1—Model B John Deere 1—Oliver 70 MANURE SPREADERS 1—Case Tractor Spreader 1—John Deere Tractor Spreader 1—No. 10 New Idea Spreader 1—No. 12A New Idea Tractor •Spreadet MISCELLANEOUS 1—John Deere Hammer Mill 1—McCormick-Deering Hammer Mill 1—Gehl Hammer Mill 1—Hammer Mill Belt 1—12 ft. McCormick-Deering Spring Tooth Harrow 1—14 ft. Case Spring Tooth Harrow LINDE IMPLEMENT, CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA PHONE 2-4601 Specials at ALGONA IMPLEMENT * * * APPLIANCES 1—New 11-ft. upright Admiral freezer Special $199.95 1—New 10 ft. Admiral refrigerator Special $179.50 TRUCKS 1—1955 Chevrolet C.O.E. truck with pusher axle. 15 ft. all- steel box and Gar-Wood-St. Paul hoist used less than 8 mos. Very s^arp $2900. 1—1951 I.H. LI 85 truck-tractor with near new RD-372 engine, air brakes and 5th wheel. TRACTORS 1—Farmall "M" with new M & W sleeves & pistons, rod and main bearings and all new valves, guaranteed A-l. $1195.00 1—Super M — A-l & Guaranteed <U--> -— $1850.00 * * V ' " DISCS 1—Used 18 ft. IH disc. 2—Used 15 ft. IH discs. 1—15 ft. Case disc, A-l. 1—Tandem disc, cheap. MOWERS 1—6 ft. McDrg. horse mower. 1—Mounted 7 ft. mower for F-14 or H Farmall. CULTIVATORS 1—C254 cult, for "C" tractor, very good, A-l. 1—Cult, for SC Case, cheap. 1—Mpls.-Moline cult. 2-row, bargain. RAKES 1—3-bar New Idea rake, complete overhaul. 2—3-bar I. H. side rakes, good. BALERS 1—Dearborn (long 60), used 2 seasons, A-l and guaranteed. with a special price. 2—Case hand tie balers, cheap. MISCELLANEOUS 1—240 IH planter on steel with fert. attachment. A-l. 1—No. 440 I.H. planter, very good, A-l. 1—4F self-washing cream separator, guaranteed A-l and — . PRICED TO SELL. 1—50 ft. Hammermill belt, A-l. * « » ALGONA IMPLEMENT Phone 52 1417 Commercial St. Houses For Sate FOR SALE — NEARLY NEW 2-bedroom bungalow with gar- ape, large lot, Phone 926—J after 6 p.m. 7» BUNGALOW FOR SALE — ONE block from Lucia Wallace school, garage, full lot. Phone 519-J, Algcma. 7* FOR SALE — APT. HOUSE BY owner. Call 497LW for information. 7 FOR SALE — HOME, ii09 E. McGregor. 3 bedrooms gas heat, double garage, all new utilities, first class condition, good location. M. H. Fain, phone 1173, Algona. 7 MOBILE HOMES We Have EVERY SIZE and LARGER SELECTION of BETTER HOMES on EASIER TERMS so COME AND SEE US KING'S* KOURT Trailer Sales WEBSTER CITY. IA, LOANS LOW-COST, LONG-TERM Farm loans. For 40 years Land Bank loans have provided safe long- term credit for every agricultural need. Land Bank loans are made locally by Eugene H. Hutchins, Soc.-Tr.. Nat'l. Farm Loan Ass'n., 110 S. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa. 7* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We are deeply grateful to you, our many friends and neighbors for your generous help and kindly expressions of sympathy at the time of the tragic passing of our son and brother Gordon L. Braun. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mr and Mrs Ray Braun and family. 7* CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to relatives and friends who remembered me-with--cards and deeds during my recent stay in the hospital. Melvin Ostwald. 7 land of Griimell will substitute for him. Mr Holland with his wife and two years old daughter Susan moved into the apartments over the Benson Cafe. Mr and. Mrs Percy Watnem who both observed birthdays re- centy were honored at a dinner at the Paul Watnem home at Belmond Sunday evening. Mrs Oliver Kinseth observed her birthday Feb. 6 and the Kinseth's daughter, Mrs Robert Naeve of Dakota City observed her birthday, Feb. 9. Sunday dinner guests at the Kinseth home to honor them included Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve of Dakota City. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Guests Sunday afternoon at the Oliver Lee home to help Beverly King celebrate her birthday included Mr and Mrs Carl Halsrud and family Mr and Mrs Harry Dasen and family of Bode and Mrs Jerry Christiansen and Ronnie of Bode. Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratland were guests of honor at a dinner Sunday evening at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Dale at Dakota City, on the 43rd wedding anniversary of the couple. Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and fanv ily visited at the Clyde Gingerich home to help four-year-old Gary Gingerich celebrate his birthday . Wednesday evening Mrs Mike Coyle entertained a group of ladies at a Canasta party. Those present were Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Selma Nelson, Mrs K. R. McLuen and Mrs W. G. Cooper. Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Usher home were Mr and Mrs Oscav Ourth of Ames and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Dunn of Napier. ••••••••••••B CARD OF THANKS We desire to express to our kind neighbors and thoughtful friends our deepest thanks for expressions of sympathy and acts of kindness. Mrs Will. Shackelford and family. 7* TJwreday, febnmry 14, 1W Algeria (la.) Upper Be* Mr and Mrs Nick DeFrancisco of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Percy Walnem visited Tuesday evening at the Ed Nessen home at West Bend Friday afternoon Mrs Watnem visited Mrs Pearl Hanson at Algona. Orland Speich of Cedar Rapids and Ruth Speich of Ames spent the weeekend at the parental Antone Speich home. Mr and Mrs Allan Watnerrt returned home Sunday morning after visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Irl Bell at Pierson for the past week. Sunday dinner guests at the Ted Underberg home were Mr and Mrs Ray Haugen of Algona, Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg and daughter of Port Dodge and Mr and Mrs Henry Olson. Afternoon visitors were Paul Lansing and Bobbie Ellingson and a friend from Pennsylvania. Mr and Mrs Sam Thorsland of Bode were Monday afternoon visitors at the Vincent Salz home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Jesse VanBuskirk home werr Mr and Mrs Clarence Kroeger and family of Lauren*, Mr nnd Mrs Gerald Iverson nnd family of Storm Lake and Mr and Mrs Rudv Berninghaus and family of Whittemore. Mr -and Mrs Vernon Waechter 6f Cedar Rapids and Joan Mullahy of Goldfield were Sunday visitors at the Antone Waechter home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Louis Jacobson home were Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family and Mrs Jim Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Nafkae home at Somers. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Wehrspann visited at the Carl McNurlin home. PAPER MATE PENS - bafl point pen that bankers' approve. Guaranteed not to leaK. The best writing bb weft on tWfe market. Upper DCS Moiftes Pate* lishing Co.. phone 1100, Atgtffift, NATIONAL CASH REGISTER for sale, in excellent shape; would cost $750 new. Our tofrce, $200. See it at Upper Des Mbtftea Pub. Co., Algona. Ijjtf STAMP PADS, ink, rubft» stamps, daters. etc. at the Uppet Des Motnes Pub. Ct . office supply Floral Arrangements j Funeral — Bridal Anniversary —- Illness Remembrance PLANTS - POTTERY CANDLES PINK PETAL FLORAL Lucille & Elliott Skilling East Side Courthouse Seruture UTILITY BUILDINGS OUONStt IMMEDIATE DELIVERY lots come in pairs, four, or six. Financial Terms Easily Arranged MILLER Steel Building Co. Phone 1MO Miliw T>«p^» T>1»»» Miscellaneous N-O-T.I.C-E We make Name Tapes, Covered Buttons. Buckles, Belts, and Buttonholes in our store. — NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. Algona. tf Firestone Needs Men! s for Many Different Openings — Varied Types of Work —Permanent Positions Waiting To Be Filled Throughout Firestone's Iowa Territory. The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company is opening a campaign to secure Men needed for various types of openings, all leading to permanent careers with Firestone. These jobs include Budget and Credit Managers, for Firestone retail stores. Territory Salesmen, and others in the sales field- Age group 21 to 30, married preferred, high school or college graduates. Accepted applicants will be trained in Firestone schools, in Firestone units, or on a.n actual job. Paid while training. To Interview Interested Men, Firestone Representatives Will Be In Algona Friday Of This Week (Feb. 15) See Mr Parrish or Mr Hamilton, Firestone Representatives, at Bradley Bros, in Algona, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Friday Evening Only. (You Will Be Interviewed la Privacy) Ottosen Sets Market Day Sale Date Ottosen — Members of the Progressive Club are making plans to serve lunch at the Market Day sale on March 14. This was decided at the regular meeting of the group Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Olaf Pruvik. Mrs K. R. McLuen was named chairman of the planning committee and Mrs Donald Cooper co-chairman. Other mem* bers of the planning committee are Mrs Oliver Lee and Mrs Fred Kampen. Guests were Mrs Erling Maimin, Mrs Art Peterson and Mrs Dorothy Malkmus. The next meeting will be February 21 at the home of Mrs Oliver Kinscth- Post Office Move* The Post Office has now moved into the new quarters in the Kelley Lumber Hardware store, The building has been remodoJed with a new entrance for the post office and newly decorated in- torior. New fixtures are- arriving daily and will soon be installed. The post office and its contents were destroyed in a fire last fall that also destroyed the Alme Grocery. The post office had been temporarily set up in the Mayor's office. Charles Lang is IKJW 9 permanent resident at the JOOF Home at Mason City. A/B Gary Cooper, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Coop*"', 's at- loading Radar school at an Air Force Base at Biloxi, Miss. Mayor Jesse VanBuskirk returned homo Thursday from Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, where he underwent surgery for a broken hip received in a fall on, the ice about two weeks ago> Mv YwBuskirk is '8gen,t for the CRI & P Railroad and white hc» is ; convalescing*'Mr Closing Out Farm Auction At The Farm Located 4V4 Miles West of Ringsted, Iowa Tuesday, Sale Starts 10:30 A.M. Free Coffee, Doughnut* 2 Lunch Wagons 8 TRACTORS 1956 McD FARMALL 300 UTILITY with power steering, torque amplifier. 3 way lift, live power, hour meter, large tires, wheel weights & fluid, swinging drawbar, only 167 hours. 1954 J. D. Model 70 Tractor, cast wheels, power trol roll-a-matic, live power, 12 volt system, 13 x 38 Jim with fluid (tractor like new. 1952 McD Super 'M' Tractor, 13 x 36 tires. 1952 McD Super 'M' Tractor, 12 x 38 tires. 1951 Minneapolis Moline Model 'G' standard tread Tractor. 14 x 34 tires, fluid in tire*, (used very little) new Pender cab. 1950 McD W Farmall Tractor, new 12 x « rubber, wheel weights, with power pack. 1950 Mi?D 'H' Farmall Tractor, wheel weights and heat houser, 1947 Ford Tractor, step-up step.down transmission, new 11 x 38 tires. (NOTE: The Super 'M' Tractors have never been used for winter work. They have been stored and completely winterized every winter. The *G' is Uke new, used very little end will handle a 4 bottom plow very easily. The 'M'. has been overhauled, the rest of the tractors are in the very best of shape.) OTHER MACHINERY 1954 4-row Quick Tach J. D. Cultivator? 1955 McJ> 448 Cultivator with rubber? 1960 McD 448 Cultivator — ail cultivators have rear attachment!) Mcp 14 ft, wheel tandem disc (has disced only 200 acre*); 2—1954 J. D. 81 it, Discs? U ft. J. p. Disc? I.H.C, Cub Motor ivith clutch and steel shaft to run elevator (brand »»w) with'wheels and hitch*. J. D, 15& ft. Held, Cultivator, new rubber? J. D. 14V4 ft. Field Cultivator, new rubber? 2—McDeering 44£ Com Planters with new style rubber, double dUc* and fert. attch.? 3 -- 12 A New Idea Manure Spreader* (new in 1953 and 1954)) 18 ft. McD double wheel pulverizer? McDeering Model 141 12 foot *eU profiled combine with pickup end straw spreader. (Th a combine .-•!». two year* old and like new) 12 foot Mlnneapeli* Moline Windrower, 3 years old; 12 foot. Home Pickup Reel) McD Model 2MB Pfcker, complete with blower, rubber roll* and rear »»ep. (| —year* «"•>' Oliver 4 bottom 18 insfa Ra4ex plow? Oliver 3 bottom 18 inch Radex plow? 2 Oliver 3 bottom 18 Inch Radex plow*) (These plow* were »U purchased new 2 years ago) Several extra plow laye*t 2~-Lundell late model »tock cutter* wtth large gw boxe*? Rocket Trailer type (prayer with 84 ft, boom, drop nowfe*. 250 gal tank and Clinton Motor? Windrower 8 row rotary Jisej W* Model E MMweapoll* Moline Sheller with 40 feet of drag? New Holland "77" Baler complete with motor, bale chute and hitch? McD 25 V. 7 foot tractor Mower? 1856 New Idea new ityle rubber tired side delivery fake? J. D. Power Take Off Field Cutter with Corn ifeadt McD Model No. 2 Blower (like new) with 50 feet of pipe and 20 feet of dUtrlburing plpei Qehl Ewllags Cutter Model C 40 (like new) with 40 feet of pipe? New J, D. 44 ft. power driven elevator with truck hopper? Stan Hoist 46 ft. wide type elevator with under»lung derrick, trailer type (Uke new)}..Valley drive on hoist (never used)*' John Deere Drive on hoUl; Koolker 88 ft. portable elevator with gas motor, 12 WAGONS FEED & SEED 855 CHICKENS 5 TRUCKS 5 1954 fORD F600 Truck with 140 H,P, motor, 5 *peed tranw 2 »p*ed axle, 826x20 tire*, Omaha Standard combination flock and grain bey & hoUt. (ThU truck wai pur' chased in Sept. 1914, ha* never hauled way livestock, elway* been ihedded and h«§ 8,000 actual miles, look* Uke new, U new.) 1953 I. H. C- fU3Q H T«n Pickup, 4 ipee* 8*e*l box, very low mileage. 1950 DODGE Va Ton Pickup with iteel box. 1849 CHEVROLET 1 Ton Pickup, 4 *P*#d trans. 10 grain box. Completely over* FOBD F31 Ten Pickup, 4 weed trwv. TOO x 17 8 ply tires, New 6x6 Hieder box. Brindle CQW - Red Cow - Roan Cow To Freshen In Spring - White Face Heifer. 19 IN. BSAR CAT HAMMERMIU with 27 in, traveling fs«d table and power V bolt drive <- 2 Flexible Drag* with Eveners, Many Other Item*. FHDINO EQUIPMENT FOR HOGS AND BUIIDIN05. NOTE of JUe «f This Sole Selling Will Start at 10:30 A.M. USUAl* AUCTION TERMS — No Property Remj&*e4 Until Settled Far. Wilbur (Bill) Christens®! CLARK ft SUUMIU A

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