Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1966 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 4, 1966
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j Santo* : »•+»»+«'»»••»»»••»»*•»++». JFOR RENT .— Electric Sham* ; poofif tot $1 with purchase of {LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAM- j POO. Guaranteed Best Buy | Read's Furniture, Algona. ; SEWING MACHIXr — Service ; ail makes. Free estimate in : store. New zigzags from $49 up. Late model ,trade-in priced to ;sell. North loWa Sewing Ma- 1 chine Co.. Algona, la. •; 29wlltfn RUGS UPHOLSTERY, WALLS •Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. ;No fuss, no muss, no odor, cleaned the Van Schrader dry foam way. Rugs can be used the same day. Phone for free estimate today. Ben Bruhns, 3221. Richard Jergens, 4561, West Bend, Iowa. 20tfn EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE Bill GoodpailHra 295-3395 ELL- RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUY • SELL- RENT- SW/VP^*]ffJ USIFKD ADS GET HIRE • BUV • SELL-RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUV* SELL- RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUV- SELL-RENT - »••+«••••»»+»+»+»•»»»»++< Card of Thanks :ARD OF THANKS — i want tc thank all my friends and rela lives for their cards, letters, visits, gifts and prayers. A special thank you goes to Rev. Morz, Dr. Koob, and the nurses while 1 was in the hospital. Everything is greatly appreciated. Joy Mey er. R2« CARD OF THANKS — The Ted Kelly family wishes to express their thanks and appreciation to all for the kindnesses and ex pressions of sympathy extended to us during our recent sad loss 32w52 For Rent FOR RENT — Five - room house in the country. Call 295-2983. Harley Hanson. 12w52-3 FOR RENT ~ Trailer with additional roam, West Okoboii near Triboji beach access. $2£ ner week for 3, can sleep 5. Call 336-3331. Write Mrs. C/C. Watkins, Spirit Lake, Iowa. 51-52* FOR RENT—Farm home, 3 bed rooms, full bath. 2Vz miles from Algona. Write Box 400M 51-52* Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates FOR RENT — 3-rcom apart ment, furnished, all utilitie paid, close-in, Taylor Apart ments, call 5-3504 before 6 p.m. 5-3498 after 6 p.m. 18w49tfn SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK ALGONA Good Business Opportunity TEXACO Service Station For Lease at Jet. 18 & 169, Algona, Iowa GALL 295-9128 - ALGONA QR CONTACT QON LOGUJE.>igiMBOJ.DT, IOWA .. For 'OR SALE — 3 Hampshire Rams with papers. Mike Bray. 'hone 295-2530, Algona. llwSl-52* !ND OF SEASON CHICK SALE —2 wk. AAA Wh. Leg. Pul (5) 33.90 — 3 wk. @ $35.90. Will deliver orders of 300 or more oullets. Call collect 928-2213 — Hamilton Hatchery, Titonka, la 29w52-55 WANTED — Two waitresses. Must ba 21 or over. Experience preferred. Will,train, if necessary. Apply in person, CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB, Algona, after 2 p.m. 24w52tfn FOR RENT — Two or three bedroom duplex. Call 295-358 before 6 p.m., 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 17w48tfn FOR RENT — 3-room apartment, all utilities paid, close- in, partly furnished. Available immediately. Taylor Apartments, Call 5-3504 before 6 p.m.. 5-3498 FOR SALE OR LEASE Building site at Galbraith, Iowa the following: • 1—53x143' Straight wall , building • 1—40x202\ Building • 2—40x120' Quonset Buildings • 1—21x72' Quonset ..;. Will lease for Corn Storage, all or. Separately. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. Help WanM »»+»+»•»«»•»»«»»»+»»»»*« Ledyard girl lo be married after 6. 22w41tfn. FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in. call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786. Algona. 15wlOtfn FOR RENT — Furnished, downtown apartment, available im mediately. Call 5-3581 before 5 p.m. 12w29tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available Jun^ ,\, nrivate PH- trance and bafii. Conveniently located. Contact Bjustrom Fnrni ture, 295-3837. 15w41tfn Ledyard—The Cecil Pingels, Ledyard, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Linda Jean to Dennis Sook, son of the 'D. M Sooks, Ivanhoe, Minn. The wedding will be July 30 in the Ledyard Methodist church. Both are students at Mankato State. An open house shower will be held for Linda Pingel July 16 at 8 at the Methodist church in Ledyard. Wednesday. Majpt Brofer is a son of the Joe Bfofers, brother of Don Brofer, son-in-law of the Wagners. Major Brofer holds the distinguished Service flying cross for flight operations in Viet Nam, and is a veteran of army service since 1948. Follow- ng his leave he Will ba stationed at the army's primary helicopter school at Fort Walters, Texas. Patricia and Eileen Wagner returned Tuesday aft&r 10 day? in Colorado where they visitec Carol • Erpelding at Denver, am with the Dan Gittleys.and Clar ence Erpelding in Colorado Springs. LGONA (low.) ADVANCE—7 MONDAY, JULY 4, 1966 !t • ' '• ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - - indelar, and Miles SlOniker. Mr». Cathorino Kriops, Algoa, returned Monday after three weeks with her two daughters, .he Paul Riffs and the James Castresses in Chicago. Burl FOR SALE — Automatic Maytag washer, nearly new. No. A 702. Ph. 2955725. Model 51-52* FOR SALE — Started pullets 2 weeks old $33.90; 3 weeks old $35.90. Call collect 5861, Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 40tfn Lu Verne Fern Bigings FOR SALE — Boys bicycle, 26 inch, white calf «how halter medium sized saddle. Call Jon Deim, 295-2549. 43tfn FOR SALE — Used Ford Truck, hoist and box. $400. Taytyr Implement Co., Algona. Phone 295-2467. 15w34tfn FOR PENT — Cnmmprcial bldg at 714 Soi.th Phillins Street, on high»'?>v 139. 24x40' with office. Cnll 29F>-35R1 before 6 p.m.: 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 24w8tfn Real Estate EVENING . . . QUITTING BUSINESS AUCTION BAADE GARAGE . . . TITONKA, IOWA Farm Machinery ••«*•••••••••••«>•••••••• Cg FOR SALE — Newly lots north of Third Ward school, phone 295-3271, Algons . 14w49tfn As we have quit the garage business, we will sell the following items at public auction at our garage, Main Street, Titonka, Iowa, on: Thursday, July 7 SALE STARTS AT 6:00 P.M. 22' x 80' GARAGE on a lot 22' x 120'. Legal Description — Lot 8 in Block 10. Oil Heat, concrete floor. Terms: 20% down day of sale and balance when abstract and title are tendered. Possession date August 1st, 1966. Office Equipment Adding Machine — Moore Ticket Machine — Large Safe 1046 1-ton Ford Pickip 4-speed transmission — new motor — hew tires Marquotte Redi-Boosl Model 419 with 12-volt, 60-Amp Generator 9-H. P. Tractor with Hydraulic Loader Testers • Gauges MARQUETTE — Dwell-Tach Tester; Compression Testers; Vacuum Testers; Volt-Amp Testers; Ignition Cable Tester; Ames Cylinder Gaud*. ALLEN — Distributor Analyzer; Battery Coll Testers; Hi-Voltage Tester. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT Sioux Bench Grinder; Inoersoll-Rand Imnact Tool- Air Drill «»nd Sand»r; 5-ton HvHraulie Press; Neihoff Timing Light; Drill Sharpener Tan) Small Air Compres*or. Exide 100-Amp Quick Cham* (4-11 Volt): Sioux Wet V»lv« Reftcer: Sioux Hard Seat Grinder; Miller Fall* >/«" Electric Prill; N. C. & F. Tap and Die Set; Wheel Puller*; Gear Puller*; Slid* Hammer • Puller; Riveting Machine; Thor Vi-ineh Electric Drill with Stand; Walker IVi-ton Hydraulic Bumper Jack; \Vt H. P. Electric Motor: i Super 70 Knipco Heater; Diametric Wheel Balancer; Front End Alignment Machine; Hydraulic Engine Lift; Electric Sump Porno: Electric Prill Press; Walker IVa-ton Floor Jack; Vj-ton Floor Jack; 2 Floor Creepers; South Bend 9-inch Turning Lithe. Chain*, H«nd Tools, Boneh Vjf», Stttl TeWif, Nrtf Bins, Six Socket Sets, «om* Part$, Plus Many Other Tools and Parts Too Num- erout To Mention. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE — All of the Tools and Equipment listed on this auction bill are in very good shape and have had excellent care. Check the listings to see whit you could use. Don't be late for the sale . . . starts at 6:00 p.in. BAADE GARAGE ALFRED AND WALT BAAPf, OWNERS TITONKA, )QWA AUCTIONEERS - Menken and DeVries CLERK — Titonka Saving* tank USED MACHINERY 1—Case 9' Windrower with Transport — like new. 1—Case 310 Utility Tractor & Loader. 1—1965 1010 Utility John Deere & Loader 1_"M" Far ma 11 with new tires. 1_»H" Farmall With new Duz- All Loader. l_New "200" Case Baler, demo. 1—No. 30 John Deere Combine, like new 1—No. 77 Case PTO Combine, A 1. 1—PTO A-6 Case Combine 1—PTO 65 Case. A-1. 1—PTO Assembly for A-6 Case. 1—Late "600" Self-Propelled Case with cab. 13' Header. 2 Row Corn Head ._ SAVE $4500. l_New "600" Case Combine— 13' Header. Trade now and Save! 1_28' — 6" PTO Auger. 6—Good Used Elevators (All Sizes). 1—Trailer Tank Sprayer (slightly used). Many Others — TAYLOR IMPL. CO. HOUSE FOR SALE—by owner, 1501 East McGregor, 3 bed- •ooms, IVs baths, full basement, attached garage, double lot. Liv- ng room carpeted, drapes and curtains included. Easy payment can be arranged. Immediate pos- sesion. Call 5-5315 for appointment. R. W. Welp. 39w51-52 Eldon Oberhelman is a medical patient at the Lutheran has rital since Tuesday. The Otto Lawsons and son Otto moved Thursday into the new lome they purchased from Em erald Strand. The Strands have moved to Monticello, Minn. where he will b^ manager of a lumber yard. The Duane Kerstons, Kansas City, Kan., are guests of her sis ter the Gordon Gregorys, Mrs. Minnie Henderson is a patient at the Fort Dodge Mer cy hospital. »••«•••«•«•«•«*••«•«•«••+••«••• St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Mrs. George Hawcott •-H I '1 i'H"H-M,l I II 111 IN WHILE YOU WAIT - K E Y S - MADE At THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store 1V I t t.l > t"l ( Karen, Steward and Timothy eturned Thursday from Esther- rille. They visited her sister, Mary Ellen, the Ray Millers. SOCIETY LUNCHEON - BRIDGE Mrs. James Everds was hos- ;ess at the Wednesday ladies .uncheon and bridge at the lountry Club last week. Mrs. Melvin Bay, Mrs. Frank Zender and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott were the winners. Hostess for this Wednesday will be Mrs. William Navoichick. HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 2-3 bedrooms, recreation room in full basement, garage with concrete drive. Desirable family location in Algona. Phono 295-3197 SOtfn FOR SALE BY OWNER—3 bedroom house with attached double garage. Also full basement, carpeted living room drapes, and kitchen built-ins Call 295-2835 for appointment. 26w44tfn FOR SALE — The Charles Cle ment home at 405 South Jones Street. No phone calls. If in terested please come to the resi dence. Sltfn St. Joe Trojans held their ;our at 2:30 p.m. starting at Tom McGuire's and visiting all this rear's projects. At the end of he tour a 6:30 picnic supper was held at Raymond Kohlhaas- es. Guests were the Galen De- Valois and Dennis Cumberlands. The George Wagners were ^uests Sunday of the Ben Doer- nings at Mallard and attended the ham and beef supper at St. Mary's Parish hall. The Herb Kaysers went to Dubuque Saturday to visit relatives and bring Herb's mother, Mrs. Mary Kayser, Algona, home after visiting relatives a week. Sandy O'Brien, Sioux City, spent the weekend here with her parents. Sandy, a 1965 Garrigan and Nettleton Business college graduate, is employed in Sioux City. The Ronald Hejliks, Emmetsburg, were weekend visitor: with her parents the Hubert O'Briens. The Joe Brofers and grand children, Fort Dodge, and Ma jor Duane R. Brofer family were visitors at George Wagner's on COUNTRY CLUB LUNCHF.ON The hostesses were dressed in colorful Hawaiian shifts and each guest received a baby orchid as the motif in the Country Club ballroom Tuesday reflected a Polynesian atmosphere. From the Aloha on the invitations to the delicate seashells and orchid table decorations, the Hawaiian theme was beautifully carried out at two bridge parties, one a luncheon and the oth- r a dinner party. Hostesses were Mesdames Don Armstrong, John Claude, William Kraft, Leon Laird, John. ,ove, Charles Sheakley, Edward IMMMMIMAMMAAMfl M-C Continuous Flow. Grain Drying Makes . Put wet grain in the top ... Dry cooled grain comes out automo> tically . . . no cracking or grinding. . . perfect quality all the time! GRAIN DRYEI Taylor Implement Co. We are your new Peterson Distributor Algona Flour & Feed South Phillips Street Algon« "BUILD AT LESS COST WITH RIDING MOWER The easier way to mow is the ride way... with a quality-built Ariens Fairway-4 Riding Mower. : This 4 h.p. beauty cuts a 26" path .. . mower s _ pan floats over uneven turf, cuts easily,,- .' smoothly. 4 forward speeds and power reverse. , Maneuvers sharply for close-in mowing. Come > in ... test ride the Ariens Fairway-4. ALGONA ALGONA FLOUR & FEED SWEA CITY CHARLSON HARDWARE FENTON _— WEISBROD IMPLEMENT WESLEY - WESTERN AUTO CO. LU VERNE - TOM CARROLL GARAGE SEXTON _— ^ — -— KIRSCHBAUM GARAGE BURT —— BURT CO-OP. CO. We Have Hay Land Fertilizer Top dress hay land immediately after taking off the first cutting. Phosphorus and potash will give you quick recovery and a much better second crop. We will be glad to give you a recommendation on the amount of fertilizer to use. Co-op and Eastman Plastic Baler Twine 2-4D Weed Killer 4 Ib. strength Closed Saturday afternoon during summer months. MARKETS Market prices paid on Wednesday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in No. 2 White Oats (38 Ibs.) — in 1.19 out 1.23 .65 out .69 No. 1 Soybeans 3.54 Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CLEAR-SPAN BUILDINGS" Clear-Span steel buildings offer more useable space per dollar-solid value in a building that will give decades of valuable service. Thest are easily erected, versatile buildings available in three grades: Light Utility, Utility and Heavy Duty. A host of options as to color, insulation, door *nd window arrangement. Standard units with wall heights of 8,10,12,14 and 16-feet in widths of 30, 40, |Q and 60 left in any length you choose. Special sizes to order. t LOW COST FINANCING * NEW IF*SC PUN KYLE KEITH "REPRESENTING STOCKDALE'S OF IOWA FALLS" Phone 295-3801 Algona, Iowa • Dry-0-MaHon • fetch (VyM • New Speed Tanks • C' ;w • 0»ygsn-Free Stctran CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Call 29W614

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