The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 30
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
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WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING ANP SELLING ! Real Estate HOUSE TRAILER BARGAINS, New and used, large or small. Fairmont Trailer Sales, Fairgrounds Entrance. Fairmont, Minnesota. 20 EOT FOR- SALE — SEMI-MODERN 2 bedroom home. Call 792W — Algona. 8-9-10* FOR SALE—2 MEDIUM-PRICED comfortable homes near Catholic and Lutheran churches, one 2-bedroom and one 2^4 bedrooms, both aut. heat and worth money at $7,000 and $8,000. See Joel M. Herbst of Ted; S' Herbst. 10 FOR SALE — HOUSE, 7 ROOMS and bath, well located to school and Church. Full basement. AH newly decorated. Herman Gad,e, phone 150, Fenton. 9-10* MOBILE HOMES TRADE NOW! Why not live in warmth! Get one of ours — They're warm! KING'S KOURT Trailer Sales Webster City, Iowa Phone 1261 14 tfn FOR SALE FINE HOME 3-bedrodm home of Ray Meyer's, 1614 E. Oak, living and dining rooms, large kitchen, bath, and 1 bedroom clown, 2 bedrooms up, ample closets and storage, full and dry basement, gas heal, nicely built and like brand-new, must see la appreciate, price $12,800. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst 10 FARMS FOR SALE WORTH COUNTY, IOWA 165 Acres'on paved highway. Three bedroom fully, modern house, water system, stock barn, double C9rn crib, overhead granary, silo. Many portable buildings. Entire farm is Clarion Loam soil. Possession immediately. $275.00 per acre. IGO-Acre livestock farm. New barn, water system, corn crib, chicken house, remodeled, modern house. On paving close to excellent school. $235.00 per , acre. Possejsion this year. 160-Acre farm subject to 50-50 lease for 1956. $250.00 per acre. $10,000 wiU handle. WINNEBAGO COUNTY, IOWA 80 Acres,, Good buildings. New water system and new fuel oil furnace in house. $190.00 per acre. 110 Acres, good buildings. Buy subject to crop-share lease for 1956. A real bargain. $165.00 per acre. 120 Acres, unimproved. All tillable. $24,000.00. CARROLL H. BRACKEY Salesman Dial 3-2984 — Forest City, Iowa Associated with Dean L. Brackey, Broker Dial 2-1031 — Lake Mills, Iowa 10-11 FOR SALE —. 6-ROOM HOUSE, to be torn down or m'oved by May 1. Near LuVerne, la. A. L. Gregory, Rutland, In. 9-10* FOR bALE — ALFALFA HAY. 3 miles west of Algona, on McGregor, Va mile north. Dean Jergenson. 9-10 FOR SALE -- 1, 1954 - 7'/ 2 Evinrude motor. 1, 1954 - 7'/fe Johnson motor. Also Tee Nee boat trailer. Martin Zimmerman, ph. 3321, Whittemore. 9-10* FOR SALE — 2ND AND 3RD cutting baled alfalfa, in barn without rain, clear alfalfa. 4 East, Vz N of Burl on W. side of road. Dean Mann. 10-11* FC3R SALE — LARSON 16 ft. wood boat. Lofehz Gade,-5V4 miles north Whittemore. 10* FOR SALE — BROME AND alfalfa hay, 4 miles west McGregor St. or 1 mile west Hobar- tori. Garland Bradley, Algona. ' 10-11-12-13* FOR SALE — ATTRACTIVE near new, 5 room, 2 bedroom home. Full dry basement, hot water baseboard heat. Attached full lined garage. Two lots completely landscaped and many extra features. 327 Hale St. Phone 1235. 10* FARMS FOR SALE or WANTED Loans — Free Inspection Farm Management EMMETT KNARY Phone 2291 — LuVerne. la. FOR SALE — SQUARE OAK dining room extension table and (i chairs. Milton Madison, Lone Rock. ' 10* FOR SALE — 3500 BALES HAY — Clover, Alfalfa and Clover Timothy mixtures. All 2nd cutting and under roof. No rain. Also chopped red clover in stacks and in shed. Mike Sloffel, Algona. Phone 563-R2. 10-11* TYPING PAPER, 500 8 l / 2 x .11. only 98c at the UPPER DES MOINES Office 1 Supply Dept. 7tfn FOR SALE — 1 CRAMER AIR flow "Steno" posture chair. 1 oak side chair, both in perfect condition. Phone 81 or call at 509 E. Call St. ' 10* FOR SALE — 2—1028 B. F. Goodrich tractor tires, like- new. Very reasonable. Phone 81 or call at"509 E. Call St. 10* FOR SALE — BROM ALFALFA hay, wire tied bale. 2 miles west of Irvington corner, 1st place; north, Highway 169. Phone 793J2, Kenneth Roethler. • ,10* FOR SALE — 175—111 DeKalb laying hens. Phone 11 on 95. Herb Weydcrt, Burt. 10 FOR SALE — CLOVER HAY, 50c per bale. Francis Fandel, 6 miles So. Vz W. of Algona. Ph. 730H. 10-11 FOR SALE — LINCOLN ELEC- and Cutting Torches'. Welding trie welders, Victor Welding equipment of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. 36-37tfn FOR SALE Best AAAA Leghorn Pullets. Special prices for delivery before Aoril 1st: day-old, $24.90; 10-day old. $29.90; three-week-old,$34.90; four day old, $37.90; six-week old, $42.90. Also seven other breeds. Order now while they last. Superior Chicks, Armstrong, Iowa. Phone 40. 9-10-11 Machinery FOR SALE — BALED HAY, fine stemmed alfalfa, 1st and 2nd cutting. Phone 439R. 9-10* IDEAL BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, complete stock'now pn hand. Books for a full year's business for farm,'restaurant, servic'e station, auto court and general. Also individual sheets in all forms for insertion in present books. Books $2.50 and S3.85. UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept., phone 1100, Algona. 9tfn PIANOS—BEAUTIFUL SPINET, dark. Very low. cash price or convenient terms > to responsible party. Nice selection of used uprights. Can be seen in .vicinity. We buy used pianos. Write Midwest Piano, Spencer, la.. 9-10 Wanted WANTED — BOOKKEEPER, permanent position. Apply in person. Greenberg's Auto Supply. 10 WANT TO RENT — 3 OR 4 bedroom modern home. Will give yearly lease and references. Phone 765 or West Bend 4161. 10-1.1* FOR SALE — SAUK OATS, grown from certified seed, $1.00 a bushel. Bovd Miller, Woden. 10-12* FOR SALE—ABOUT 400 BU OF high yielding SAUK oats. One year from certification. Inquire- at the Lone Rock Co-op Elevator, Lone Rock, Iowa. 9tf DUCKLINGS — WHITE PEKIN & Rouens. Supply Limited. Or- rlnr Now. Whittemore Hatchery, Whittcmorc.., 8tf '"'SAVE ON CHICKS BY ORDER - ing direct. W. Leg; Leg-Hamp and Austra White pullets $27.90 hooked before Mar. 20. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. Iowa." 7tfn GRANULATED ZONOL1TE 1N- sulation Rock Wool Batts and granulated wool are available for your home. You too can insulate your home. See us. F. S. Norton & Son. 28wl9tfn USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS, 1--1348 Model A John Deere wilh adjustable front and Power Trol — Re-painted and in good shape. 1—1.949 Model 30 Cockshutl — Repainted ahd ready to go. 1—1947 Model WC Allis-Chalmers — Repainted and with Step-Up Transmission. 1—Model F-20 — Repainted and ready to go. 1—1949 Model WD Allis-Chalmers — Repainted and in excellent condition. 1—Model G John Deere — a good plow tractor. (WE ARE IN NEED OF A LATE MODEL "H" FARMALL, "M" FARMALL, AND "B" JOHN t)F.ERE IN TRADE ON NEW WD 45 ALLIS - CHALMERS TRACTORS) MISCELLANEOUS 1—10 ft. John Deere Van Brunt Grain Drill on rubber with Grass and Fertilizer attachment — like new. 1—18 ft. John Deere Disc —.in excellent condition'.. 1—13 ft. John Deere Disc. '—IS ft. Roderick Lean Disc. 1—15 ft. Allis-Chalmers Disc. 1—10 ft. McCormick-DeeringTan- ' dem disc — very clean. L—Four row John Deere Corn planter with fertilizer attachment. ' -Two row John Deere Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment. -Avery Tractor Spreader — in very good condition. -John Deere Tractor Spreaders ready to go. DON'T MISS THIS! MODERN 2-BEDROOM HOME With Rusco Windows and Doors, New Youngstown Kitchen^ Cqmplete, ;.O|| Heat^ Completely Insulated, Alurhlrium AWnings, in A-rCond"ition. Located at 821 So. Jerome — Only IVi Blocks So. of Lucia Wallace School. $8000 Phone 516-W 10 USED EQUIPMENT Coop (cockshult) tractor, A-l with hyd. system-. 195.00 Used Comfort cover for "M" Farmall 15.00 M-M 2-row cult., Hyd. Lift 50.00 15 ft. IHC disc 45.00 No. 490 John Deere ,4-row planter with fertilizer 350.00 Energy PrrJi-U-, Colj'e-Type wagon hoist, near new' 125.00 1939 F30 Tractor, new radiator, A-l, good rbr. 325.00 Moore 2-row stalk cutter, A-l 125.00 IH No. 440—4 row planter, steel wheels and • fertilizer attachments, used 2 seasons 425.00 Rebuilt magneto for H or M $ 10.00 Case hand tie NCM baler 120.00 Good selection of used hammermills. 14-F cream separator, self wash, A-l 185.00 4-S Electric cream separator 85.00 3-S Electric cream separator 75.00 Used No. 9 IH horse mower 35.00 NEW EQUIPMENT Qnly-4 section flexible levertype Galloway harrow complete with folding steel draw- bar, $145.00 SPECIAL 115.00 [New King & Hamilton (Ottawa) 5-ton wagons (less tires) 137.50 'iHC all-steel flare type grain box, reg. 147.50-- 117.50 [Ottawa post hole digger with H & M hookup, reg. 144.95 129.50 (Dultmeier flare box 115.00 12-Dultmeier Barge boxes with 2" floor and combination endgates, reg. 157.50 142.50 jOnly 1 Left - Brand new 1955 No. 200T IH Tractor sprender - - - - - -$2'>5.00 Is T. hydraulic wagon hoist complete with hinges 97.50 'Broyhill Sprayers - See us now for a pre-season deal. USED CARS ? ? ? ? ._ 485.00 1949 Hudson, clean, A-l and repainted ... 1950 Buick Roadmaster, very clean, A-l cond. HOME APPLIANCES 8 ft. used chest-type freezer, A-l condition 99.95 See Our Line of ADMIRAL Freezers For The Best Deal In Town Algona 1m Phone 52 Walt & Deb Hall 1407 Commercial HY-LINE CHICKS One out, of every seven layers •on Iowa..,farms is;:~Hy-Lme layer — NEW HY-LINE 934 WHITE EGG LAYER GIVES SUPERIOR EGG PRODUCTION, LIVABILITY AND FEED EFFICIENCY — Over 600 divided Flock Tests on Mid-Western farms proved that Hy-Lines average 38 og^s per bird more than leghorns / — and at the same time save 30 Ibs. of feed per case of eggs. — PROFITS FROM EGGS WILL BE GOOD THROUGH 1956 — Early hatched chicks are always the most profitable — Some Feb. and March hatch dates. still available — also have some day-old Hy-Line chicks — See your \oeal Hy- Line salesman. t Robinson Produce Aaron Steussy HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES If We Haven't Got It. or Can't Gel It, Il's Nol Manufactured. DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Motice LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY. IOWA PHONE 64 10 SALESMAN WANTED Exclusive franchised territory open in your locality now by old reliable manufacturer. You can start your own business without an investment. Your pay is far above average. Ydur future is unlimited. Repeat business for years to come. This is the highest quat^ ity farm line in the mid-west. Home nights. Must have a cgr. Experience not necessary. Write Sales Manager, 701 So. 42nd, Omaha, Nebraska. 9-10 Tuesday, March 6, 1956 Alejona (l«.) Upp«r,t3«9 WANTED — CORN DEALER. Dealer for major Corn Company in the Algona area. Will furnish samples for corning sea^ son. For more information write to Elmer Malo — Rt. 1 — Fairmont, Minn. 8-11 WANTED — MARRIED MAN for year around work to start March 1. Modern house. Omar Lenning, Fenton. ' 9-10* Livestock FOR SALE — PUREBRED Hampshire ewes with lambs at side. Ph. 26F14, Algona. Melvin Reiken, Burt. 10* WANTED — CLEAN COTT6N Rags. Not overalls or sweaters. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Gas Dryer Quick Drape Freshener -A spring-fresh sprucing-up of your drapes, without laundering, drycleaning, or ironing! Does that sound too good to be true? Not if you have a gas clothes dryer, .that performs what seems like a miracle in just about ten minutes, noted home authorities tell us. Start by giving your drap- PS a thorough vacuuming before taking them down. Use .the roi'.nd brush attachment to get between the folds and pinch pleats on top where dust generally clings, and work downward. When the draperies are dust- free, fold, place in the gas dryer and set the control for ten min. of low heat. The circulation of warm air, gently forced through the fibers, will remove wrinkles and give the drapes a fresh, clean look again. A vigorous shake when you .take theni out, and they'll 'be ready to hang. The same "quickie" treatment works eaually well on slip covers and small rugs. (Adv.) FOR SALE—15 GOOD, YOUNCf Hereford cows, calf in' May. Phone 2-1663. 2 miles north, V* west of Buffalo Center- Wesley W. Lee. 10" FOR SALE — 20 OPEN HERE- ford heifers. Ph. 524 W. Mike Loss. 1Q* for FOR RENT — STORAGE ROOM, Want to buy platform scale. Leo McEnroe, phone 673-W. 10* FOR RENT — .7 ROOM HOUSE in the country, phone 387R2, Algona. 10 Used Cars-Ttticks FOR SALE — 1949 CHEVROLET 4-door DeLuxe, new rubber and overhaul job, low mileage, very clean inside and out. Chester Fitch, 4^ East of Algona on highway 18, phone 1405M2. 10'" FOR SALE — NEW AND USED adding machines. R. C. Allen, Remington, Burroughs and Vic- r or. Best deals in this area at Upper Des Moines Office Supply Oept., Algona. v . 5tfn UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend! PORTABLE FARM BUILDINGS Delivered 1 To Your Farm • HOG FEEDERS ® CATTLE FEEDERS • BROODER HOUSES We make and deliver these ruggedly-constructed and scientifically-designed buildings for the farm. Stop in and talk it over with us on your rtext trip to town. "F. S. NORTON & SON IS YOUR TRACTOR READY FOR THE FIELD ? DOES IT STILL NEED THOSE "LONG - DELAYED" REPAIRS? RISK; FRY — THURS.. MARCH 15, Burt American Legion Hall. Serving slarts 5:30. Adults $1.00. Children 50c. Sponsored by Boy Scouts. ' 10' WE ARE SHEARING SHEEP Clyde Brisiow & Son Phono 6 Burl, Iowa 10-22* WILL TRADE GOOD 50' - 7" width rubber belt for 50' - 6" width rubber belt. Algona, phone 2DF14, Melvin Reiken. Burt. 10* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere tjra'itude for the many kind and sympathetic acts shown us during uur recent bereavement, also for•ho many flowers, cards and memorial gifts. Mrs Alex Krucger, Air and Mrs Geo. Long and family, Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman. 10 IMPROVED 160 ACRE Al 2 p.m. on The Farm locaiod I 1 2 miles north and '2 mile east of Lone Rock, Iowa, in Kossulh county (SE ! .i of Sec. 6, Twp. 97 North, Range 29 West in Burl lownship), on THE IMPROVEMENTS Six room modernized house wilh three bedrooms upstairs. Bam 25 x 36. Hog house 20 x 42. 2,000 bu. steel grain bin. Chicken house 2 slories 18 x 32. Garage 16 x 20. Deep well pressure system wilh water piped lo all necessary buildings. THE LAND Lays level io qer.tlc- slopo, Claiion and Web.iier soil; well liled; all lend tillable. This farm has been under a good rotation plan for pasi 10 years. STATEMENT TO BUYERS — This would ba a fir.e'farm lo own and live on or as ah inveslmenl. We urge inspection. BROKERS If Your Tractor Isn't Ready For We'll Do! We'll Let You . . . your own tractor is in our shop for a first class engine overhaul! W Fee of $1 per acre will be paid lo broker who registers the buyer ilh Anj-us Cotton, Lone Rock, clerk, prior io Ihe sale. TERMS 15°o of amount bid will be paid as down pmt. and purchaser will ba required lo enter inio a wriiien contract at lime of sale. Balance of "price lo be paid when deed and abslract are furnished. or around April 20, 13:-6. POSSESSION on April 20, 1956. subject lo a ona year leas? expiring March 1, ISb'/. Owner Lone Rock Bank, Clerk For furlher information contact Auctioneer or Clerk Lloyd Bcrkland, Auctioneer •ij HERE'S WHAT WE DO: ; ' Valve Job T ' Piston Pin Bushings H Gaskets ' "i Replace Points [ } Clean Carburetor M New Radiator Hoses • """: Stecim Clean Tractors Install Power Package Replace Main Bearings if needed. Check and Clean Plugs Peck Front Wheel Bearings Check Transmission Level Adjust Clutch and Brakes Check Tractor FOR FARMALL "H" ALL PARTS & LABOR NOT LISTED ARE EXTRA! SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL OTHER FARMALLS FOR FARMALL "M" IET US HELP YOU GET A FAST SPUING START! H a

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