Noliott .AbVtftflSEMINT WANltD'SEALtD BIDS by 1:00 p.m •August .24, 0966, for the sole of the 'Wesley Mointenance Yard, described as the. S. ISO ft. of the W. 290 4 ft of Lot 3, .Block 1, Calls Addition to Wesley lo*d. ' For bid forms and information write or call Warren T. Grussing, Right of Way •Agent, Iowa State Highway Commission, Ames, Iowa. Published in the Alqona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 25 and Aug. I, 1966. o M r IN itosjuTH or tM* *«*ATI n* *ELMIR J. KELLEY, Deceased. , or APPOINTMENT Or FXfCUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE of Elmer J. Kelley Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of July, 1966, the last will and testament of Elmer J. Kelley deceased bearing date of the 16th day of November, 1962, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Theresa F. Kelley was appointed executor of said estate, Notice is furtfier given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county, within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter • bo forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, t*or allowance; and unless so flted within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim Srv" th»mnf*'" hp fnrovpr borr"H Dated this 28th day of July. 1966. Theresa 'F. Kelly Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa • ' 'Address Winkel & Winkcl Attorneys 'for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Potc of s»cnnd oubllrntion 8th; day of August, 1966. , i Published in the Alqono Kossuth "Cnuntv Advnnce Algona, Iowa. Aug. 1 and 8, 1966. ELL- RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUV • SELL-RENT • SWAP-HIRE • BUY »f f» EUSSIHED ADS GET •HIRE - BUV • SELL- RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUV- SELL- RENT- SWAP -HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT- FOR SALE ORIOLE APPLES •(Bring own eontainsrs) ORTON FRUIT FARM (Call State Park road) Algona, .Iowa 60-61 Nogs Roal Estate FOR SALE OR RENT — 2 bedroom home. Rec.-room.garase, Rood location. Phone 295-5307. Dave Hankin. 15w59-62 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MAGDALENE DUERR, Deceased. Probate No. 8979 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR TO' ALL . PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You ore hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the under- signd, and creditors having claims against sold estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Doted this 26th day of July, 1966. Frank Duerr Administrator of Said Estate Algona, Iowa Address Buchanan & McCluro Attorney for said Administrator Alqona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 8th day of August, 1966. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa August 1 and 8, 1966. FOR SALE — 3 bedroom home, Vz block from Catholic & Lutheran churches. Vernell Ludwig. 57-62 HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 2-3 bedrooms, recreation room in full basement, gnraqe with concrete drive. Desirable family location in Algona. Phone 295-3197 FOR SALE PUREBRED YORKSHIRE SPRING BOARS Wide walking, well muscled individuals. Litter mate cutouts on all boars. DICK KUECKER Algona, Iowa (3 North, 5Va West Algona) Lone Rock phone 925-3301 59tfn FOR SALE — Feeder pigs. Locally raised, castrated, worm ed, dipped. 150 head about 40 Ibs. wgt. Phone 4831 Bancroft. Chuck Ingalls. 20w58-51 Card of Thanks Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Laborers for continuous employment in steel fabrication shop, group insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, and other benefits. Apply General Filter Company, 925 Second Street, Ames, Iowa. 26w59-60 HELP WANTED — Welders experienced in pipe, plate and structural welding, must be able to pass all position welding test. Paid vacation, sick leave, group insurance and other benefits. Apply General Filter Company, 925 Second Street, Ames. Iowa. 35w59-6Q SOtfn LOTS FOR SALE — Newly graded lots north of Third Ward school, phone 295-3271, Algona. 14w49tfn Want To Buy CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the flowers, gifts, cards, and visits while I was at Park Hospital and since returning home. Mrs. Dean Jergenson. 60* WANTED — I will pay $10 each for the old tokens issued by Algona Bus Line, City Bus and Transfer Line or Brown's Bus Line. Please write. Alfred Hoch, Harvard Road, Stow, Massachusetts. 32w58-60 CARD OF THANKS — We wish to thank everyone whose kindness and sympathy offered comfort upon the death of our loved one. Your cards, memorials and other sympathetic acts will always be remembered. The family of Louis Lynk. 60" CARD OF THANKS — We wish to express our appreciation and thanks to all who helpec make our Golden Anniversary such a memorable occasion. Mr and Mrs. Louis Lickteig. 60* I RONALD H. COLLINS ESTATE AND BOURNE FORENOON PUBLIC AUCTION To settle the estate of th« late Ronald H. Collins we will hold a oublic auction on the Bourne farm located 1 mile east and 3Va miles south-of Lone Rock, or qo 2 miles west from 18 and 169 junction at Algona then 6 miles north on Hobarton black top road, then 1 mile west and Va mile south on MOTHERS! Evenings free? Sel Toys Aug. to Dec. The Play- House Company, Inc. No exper nee. Training now. No deliveries or collecting. Marguerite Menke FL7-4788, Clear Lake, Iowa. 28w59-66 WANTED — School Janitor a West Bend Community schoo to begin in August. Excellent op portunity for man under 50 years of age. Apply Earl W. Stev ens, Supt, West Bend, Iowa, phone, office—4481; home 4131. 32w59-60 Services ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove Algona, Iowa Phone 295-7047 59 61 63 65 SEWING MACH1NF — Service all makes. Free estimate in store. New zigzags from $49 up. Lato model trade-in priced to sell. North Iowa Sewing Ma chine Co.. Algona. la. FOR RENT — -Electric Sham- nooor'tor 31 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAM fUO. Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona. For Renl FOR RENT — One 40x100 QUONSET for rent. Located in Algona. Suitable for corn. Taylor Implement Co., Algona, la. 18w57-63 FOR RENT — 3-rcom apartment, furnished, all utilities paid, close-in. Taylor Apartments, call 5-3504 before 6 p.m.; 5-3498 after 6 p.m. 18w49tfri FOR RENT — Two or three bedroom duplex. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m., 295-9152 t after 6 p.m. 17w48tfn RUGS UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way iVo 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 FOR RENT — Commercial bldg. at 714 South Phillips Street, on highway 139. 24x40' with of fice. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m.: 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 24w8tfn FOR RENT — Furnished apart-; ment, all utilities furnished, lose in, call after 4 .p.m., .phone -3786. Algona. ISwlOtfn returned from a trip touring western states and Canada. About the middle of August'they | will go to Cedar Rapids where they have an apartment. Both will teach in school there.-They recently completed education at Cedar 'Palls. The Alvin Webers son the LeRoy Webers, attended-the funeral of Louis Link, 71, Algona, in the Methodist church Monr day. Alvin Weber was >a bearer. George Hanselman, employed this summer in Iowa Falls, was a weekend visitor with his parents, the Earle Hanselmans, and his grandmother, "Mrs. Anna Hanselman. .George .will be a senior this fall at Ames. Mrs. Marie •Brown, of Omaha, is spending some time at her daughter Dorothy, the John,'Per-' gandes, Mrs. 'Pergande/Rori' and Diane, .went to Omaha a week' ago to help Mrs. Brown move to new housing She returned home with them. ; • News of interest in Lu Verne concerns the Grant Jennings family. They lived on a fafm southeast of'Lu Verne and later ih LUVerne where • their Children attended LuVerne school; -Since then Mr. Jennings has died. His wife, Grace, now lives in Boone and was just released from the hospital. They, had three children, Jean, Grant Jr. and Ivan. Jean, Mrs. John "Taylor,-Colorado Sproihgs, Colo., with her family visited her nigh school-class of 1931 here and is visiting her 'mother at Boone. Grant,Jr., the Rev. Grant,Jennings, longtime pastor of aT.West- minister Presbyterian > church ip 'St'. Louis, Mo. leaves Sept. 1 for Indianapolis,'for more advanced ministry. The other brother also lives in Colorado Springs. ; '» HELP WANTED — Full or part- time female help for dry goods department. Experience preferred but not necessary. Apply in person (no phone calls please) to Mr. Shaw at J. C. Penney Co. in Algona. 32\v57tfn 9 A.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 DONNA'S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 9 A.M. 52 HEAD HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS 32 voung cows, most of which are in production, with a few sprinqers. 9 bred heifer* — some starting to show calf. 10 heifer calve* from babv calves to 6 months old. 1 bull calf. Freshenina dates and 'breeding date* will he furni<hed d»v of sale. Mr. Cnllinc h»« u««H o"nd *ir*« out of h*rd« like .l«hn W»llc*r's h»rd. »nd «om« artificial breeding. He bought the best when ho bo"«M. AM r»tH« are C.V. and now TB and Bangs tested to oo anywhere. CAR AND TRUCK 1946 DODGE truck, qood tires, heavy duty h-ii-t. r»-»in »r»H rtock rack. 1958 LINCOLN Continental Mark 3 4-door car, good tires. CHICKENS .*/»/» H>'.i i«« r»»H-»« »boi't 4 »»with« »>M, 300 Welp-Line 937 yearling hens laying goodi Real nir« 3 yr. old Palomino gelding well •>r»»k«r Ponv 9 vr«. oW bov m"'* o«"»n broke: Som* h«rse •nui«m»*nt, 2 «»dHles »»•* ridina bridles; Good 3 yrs. old German Shepherd daa, FEED, FTC. 400 bal«>i alfnlfa ha«. IM) bales <traw: e nme oooH corn silaae: Utilitv round st*el hoq feeder; Lots of chicken feeder* and water- ers; 1 T»vas style hay bunk, V shaped; 5 feed bunks, BUILDINGS 12 x 12 bro«Her hau«*; 10 x 12 brooder i hoM»«: 8 x 12 f*«»i «hed; Several more buildinis; 20 x 40 Behlen quoniet type machine shed. FURNITURE Dininq room t»ble, chairs .and buffet, cabinet racorHio; TV ant«nna with Fort DoHoe, unit le«s than year old; Steel swings, picnic table; 2 gallon milk ,past«urii«r. SHOP TOOLS i MISC. New Automatic tractor radio; New heat hou**rs for ftA6 and DC Case; 2 sets of tractor chains; 330 oallon *»»« barrel, steel stand and hose; Pamlin* "210" mineral feeder and face fly attachment; Electric welder: New 7" Electro hand power saw; Mounted electric hack saw; Lard Press; Steel stone boats; Knipco heater; New Handyman jack; New bale fork; Portable air compressor; '/? in. Electric press drill; 5 H.P, outboard motor; Buw saw and 2 blades; 2 Electric Vsncers; Overhead w«0oa hoist; Lott of good angle iron; Lots of bridge plank; Many more good tools too numerous to mention. TRACTORS 1965 Farmall 806 Gas Tractor, with less than 400 hours, T. A., fast hitch, fluid in tires, complete and like new. 600 Ib. rear wheel weiahts, 750 Ib. front wheel weights for 806; 1951 Case model DC tractor, all new tires, wide front end, live hvdraulic, with Power-Pac and 4-row cultivator. 600 Ib. rear wheel weights for DC Case: Farm- all Model M Tractor, runs oood, with extra sinole wh°el; Farmall Model H, high speed 3rd and 4th a°*rc. POWER MACHINERY Farmall No. 550, 5-bottom plow, with 1- arm oreaeeless coulters (x series); International 450 A. 4-row corn planter with l=»r«e plastic fertilizer box*"!, qandv insecticide; Case A-6 combin° with laro« Wisconsin m«»- tor, new c«n»*s: Oliver m*Hf>| 50. PTO. *"l- pr; Ca«e fieM chopper with corn »nd ho" head; Alii* Ch^lmer* Mower with pipes *nd drop*; KellV'Ryan PTO manure spreader: Humhbldt manure loader with manure and snow buckets,, mounts H or M: McCormick No. 25 V oower mower: Mower windrower; McCormick 4-bar side delivery rake; McCormick endqate seeder; Comfort 7-row tractor-mounted weed soravpr; 2-row and 4- row weeders; Bear Cat hammermill, PTO, and traveling feed table; IHC 238 cultivator; John Deere 2-wav hvdraulic r«linder. and IHC 2-way hydraulic cylinder; 2 No. 24 IHC corn pickers OTHER MACHINERY John Deere 5-section drag; John Deere 4- section draq; John Deere 21 ft. straight disc; McCormick 18 ft. disc: John Deere 12 ft. tractor sprinq tooth harrow: Land R«l- l»r; 5-bottom Thurefer stubble turner; Old Thieman tractor with model A motor; good steel road drao: H«»v Loader. WAGONS, ETC. .2-Heavv Duty Midwe?t waqon<=. 14 in. tires, heavv duty Midwest hoists, 7x12 new Heider boxes with hiqh endqates and forane sid»s; 2 rubber tired w;>«cr-. with bale racks; Rubb»r-tirsd waqon with flare box; 2-wheel machinery trailer; Steel wheel wagon and hav rack: steel wheel running gear. MILKING EQUIPMENT Cherry Burrell 285 gallon bulk milk coohr; New Empire gas space heater in milk room; 50 gallon pressure hot water heater; 2 Seamless Surge buckets; 2 Seam Surge buckets; Milking machine and pipeline for 24 cows; 17 good wood lined stanchions; Unit of 10 steel stanchions with automatic closer to be sold as a unit; 24 inch barn fan; Litter carrier track and silage cart; barn radio. WANTED — Two waitresses. Must be 21 or over. Experience preferred. Will train, if necessary. Apply in person, CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB, Algona, after 2 p.m. 24w52tfn If you are looking for the finest in grain storage or drying tanks see inur^=£ TAYLOR IMPLEMENT Phone 5-2467 Algona If« better built by BEHLEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY Feed & Seed FOR SALE — 28 acres second cutting Clover Hay — 25 acres Straw. Dick Young, phone 2952988. 59-60* For Sale FOR SALE — 1965 - 16 ft. Forester Travel trailer with hitch and electric brakes, good condition, sleeps six. Phone 295-2135, Algona. 20w60-61 WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation HERBST t..|..|..t-.M..r T..M..M" APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available now. Private en- ranee and bath. Conveniently ocated. Contact Bjustrom Furni- ure, 295-3837. 15w41tfn FOR RENT SMALL MODERN HOME AND GARAGE 1 mile north of Algona Available August 1st Phone 295-5333 or 295-5852 58tfn Lu Verne Fern Bigings C. ,-B, OLSON ESTATE , 160 ACRE FARM AUCTION! SATURDAY, AUG. 6, 1966 - 2 PJ*. On'the premises about one mile-east and one and one-half mile north of Bode, Iowa. This farm is well improved and oneiof the best farms in'Humboldt County. Legal Description: three (93), Range Twenty-nine (29) in Humfaoldt County. Possession: Marehl ' 1967 - Mrs. Anna Hanselman had as callers Monday Helen Burk, Boone, and Ruth Rykheus, Omaha. Both are registered nurses, The Charles Webers are visiting their parents the Alvin Webers, LuVerne and the Earl Chambers, Corwith. They have Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL". NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA *** furnished buyer, permitting examination by buyer's attorney, showing mer- chantible title in executors. Court Officer Deed will be furnished buyer on . , . payment of purchase price. Buyer may take 'over insurance, if any, by paying pro rata of premium. 1966'Payable in 1967 will be paid by executors. $8,000.00 cash day of sale. Balance cash March , 1967 on de | ivery O f Deed . Farm contains 160 acres, more or less. Bids will , ' , ... be per acre for 160 acres. Successful bidder will enter into contract for purchase of farm on Iowa State Bar Association forms which will be with the Clerk before sale for inspection by prospective bidders. JAMES OLSON -KENNETH THOMPSON EXECUTORS JAQUA AND MANSFIELD ATTORNEYS FOR ESTATE Ed Andersen, Auctioneer First National Bank, Clerk HOME BARGAINS Auctioneers Note; There are many good items to sell so be here early and we will start promptly at 9 A. M. and be on the cows by noon. TERMS: CASH — No Proo«rty Not Responsible For Removed Until Settled For Accidents Should Any Occur R. H. COLLINS ESTATE & BOURNE MIS. lUfUA CQUINS, EXECUTOR FOR ESTATE CLEiK: IOWA STATE SANK, ALGONA AUCTIONEERS: QUINN AND CLARK 3 bedroom, 409 N. Phillips. Immediate poss., Va blk from Catholic church. 1 bedroom down, basement, gas furnace. Now Only $6250 Clean Roomy 4 bedrooms, 514 S. Dodge. Excellent family home value $6500 $9500 will buy Duplex, corner E. McGregor and S. Minnesota. $120 monthly income. Well located on large lot. 3 bedrooms, 514 N. Minnesota, oak floors, att. garage, lovely yard. PRICED TO SELL. New 3 bedroom, 4th in basement. 621 Bell Court, 1 story, carpeted living room and breezeway, built in kitchen, 2 baths. Completely finished basement, att. garage. Only $22,500 2 bedroom, 10 E. Kennedy SOLD 58-59 Herbst Real Estate See JOEL M. HERBST or TED S. HERBST (over Penney's) Algona, low« On to a good start... A large, vigorous titter is just one benefit of limited feeding with CO»OP Sow Cubes during gestation. Restricting calories also saves feed costs and reduces farrowing and milking problems, Go-op and Eastman Plastic Baler Twine MARKE Market prices paid on Wednesday of this week at your Go-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.22 out 1.26 No. 2 White Oats (36 to 38 Ibs.) in .65 out .69 August Soybeans 3.28 November Soybeans 2.96 Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH EVEN B*,. CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds SOW CUBE jar Bite-size cubes can" be fed anywhere, and they cut feed waste. Three to four pounds of CO-OP Sow Cubes per day during gestation gives sows all the proteins, vitamins and minerals they need. During lactation, four pounds of CO-OP Sow Cubes plus a full feed of grain is recommended to keep sows milking well. Get CO-OP Sow Cubes working in your herd. Come in and meet our feed man. He'll be glad to go to v/ork on your ccmplete sow feeding program. IF871 For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Call 2W4I14 Clo**d Saturday afternoon during summer month*.
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