Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
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i^t^^^^^^^^'y.'^: ••'••' SELL-RENT Two from Burt at convention at Okoboji Burt — The 12th biennial convention of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League was held Aug. 1-3 with 500 attending at the Walther League camp on Lake Okoboji. Official delegates from 176 societies in Iowa will represent 8,000 members. ' in Mason City in the afternoon Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Lone Rock, ' at the hospital. Mrs. Helen Ste- and Mrs. R. Willrett, Burt, were , ward and Karen made their us- delegates from St. John's Luth- j ual daily trip to the hospital eran church at Burt. Also at- again Monday. • tending were Mrs. Wilfred Ra-| Guests Sunday at Michael dig, Lone Rock, who is district Scott's were Mrs. Louis Scott, literature chairman, and Mrs. the Dean Andrews, Henry Mert- • SWAP-Ml RE • BUY- SELL- RENT- SWAP-HI RE • BUY • SELL- RENT • CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS HIRE • BUY • SELL* RENT • SWAP • MIRE • BUY* SELL- RENT- SWAP • MIRE'SUV • SELL* RENT birthday but he was not able to come home so they visited him , Eugene Meyer Burt, who is zeS) Wesley, Dale Struthers, Al- chairman of the Algona Zone gona> Lee Struthers, Sioux City, of the L.W.M.L. and t h e R OSS Struthers, Wesley. - The Merlin Madsens and How- CIRCLES TO MEET ard Salisburys went to Mirane- Circles of the WSCS will meet apolis Sunday to see the ball- early Aug. 10 because of the game between the Twins and fair at Algona on the regular Orioles. On the return trip home date. Shirley Circle is at 2 they stopped in Faribault ait p.m., hostesses Mildred Larson Milton Salisbury's. They had re- and Phyllis Wiener; program, Marie Parsons and Hazel Teeter; roll call, Esther; special, Mayme Fitch. Janice Circle, 7:30 p.m., hostess, Minerva Curtis; program, Toots Hoppus and Ruby Hlnckley; roll call, Leviticus. Gladys Circle, 2 p.m., at Cunningham Tea Room with hostesses Lorena Roark and Gertie Moore; program, Lulu Hawcott and Lefie MoMullen; roll call, Hope; special, Leona Lovstad. BUTTS REUNION The Butts reunion was held Sunday at the Burt Legion hall with 50 present from Minneapolis and Edgerton, Minn., and from Nevada, Roland, Forl Dodge, Duncombe, Algona and Burt. Mrs. O. A. Campney, 82 was the oldest member preset!,! and the youngest was 9 mos. old Todd Lee, son of the Gary Da vises, Algona. The Jim Fredricksons, Rockwel have a 6 Ib. 5 oz. daughter Jo Lynne born July 29 at Mercy hospital, Mason City. They now have four girls and a boy. The four oldest children are stayini with grandparents, the Ed Fred ricksons. Jim is attending sum mer school at Cedar Falls to re ceive his masters degree. L. H. Riedel visited Lugenia and the new granddaughter Sunday at the hospital in Mason City. Mrs. N. C. Rios and son Tony, and Barbara Hamilton, came Saturday from Ft. Worth, Tex. Mrs. Rios is the former Roberta Hamilton. Barbara had spent several weeks with her sister in Texas. Visitors Sunday at the Walter Rentz home were Mrs. Milo Rent/, grandson-Kenefick, Minneapolis, Mrs. James Irelan, Chicago, and Kenneth Besch, Algona, and Mrs. Cecil Steward and two sons and Daryle Miller. Robert Madsen, of George, is spending a week with his grandparents, the Wm. Madsens. The Floyd Serdahls, Mason City, were guests Sunday at Fred Howard's. Floyd Serdahl is Mrs. Howard's son. 0. H. Graham went to Des Moines Saturday and brought Fred Howard home from the Veteran's hospital where he hat a cataract removed from one of his eyes. The G. H. MoMullens left Sun day for California to visit rela tives. Her brother has been ser iously ill. The Robert Thompsons and 3 daughters came Tuesday fo Card of Thanks ARD OF THANKS — My sincere thanks to neighbors and 'riends who remembered me with calls, cards, flowers, and gifts while I was hospitalized at St. Ann. Bertha Spear. 61* Hogs ently returned from a visit in n acoma, Wash., at Daryle Lee- >er's. Guests July 30 of Mrs. Myrtle Iwiefel were Patsy Zwiefel and >onald Mugan, Emmetsburg nd the Brian Zwiefels and ihawn. Sunday Mrs. Myrtle Iwiefel and Patsy visited the Gary Zwiefels in Titonka. Jean Mescher. Bine Earth, vis- ted Friday with Patsy at the Hyrtle Zwiefel home. FOR SALE PUREBRED YORKSHIRE SPRING BOARS Wide walking, well muscled individuals. Litter mats cutouts on all boars. DICK KUECKER Algona, Iowa (3 North, 5V 2 West Alenna) Lone Roclc phone 925-3301 59tfn 'ASTURE TO RENT — Call M. J. Streit, Algona, Iowa. 8w61-62 TRADEWIND CAMPERS SALES AND RENTALS 5 Models Weight on Tongue 35 to 60 Ibs. Closed 35 to 45" high See the new Hardtop STENZEL AND MEYER (Dealers Wanted) Contact Ronald Stenzel, Swea City, Iowa Standard Station, Swea City Deep Rock, Fairmont, Minn. (Commended by Parents Magazine) For Sale FOR SALE — 1961 Zimmer mobile home, 10 x 55 with T room and 1V 2 bath. Carpeted garbage disposal and with or without furniture. 'Call 332-151 Humboldt. Real Estate FOR SALE — House on contract. 2 or 3 bedrooms. 405 S. Jones. Possession now. Jerry M. Lewis, Algona, la. Phone 2955457. 21w61-68 FOR SALE — Accredited SPF Purebred Hampshire Boars & gilts from top grade 2nd. yield herd. Reasonable prices. Phone 272-4247 or 272-4568. Four south and 2 west of Swea City. Garrison Stock Farm. 58-60-62-64-66-68* FOR SALE — 1965 - 16 ft. For ester Travel trailer witi hitch and electric brakes, good condition, sleeps six. Phone 295-2135, Algona. 20w60-61 FOR SALE OR RENT — 2 bedroom home. Rec.-room,garage. good location. Phone 295-5307. Dave Han kin. 15\v59-62 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom home. Vz block from Catholic & Lu- USED EQUIPMENT JD 4010 Gas, sharp $4275 Farmall Super M, Reconditioned $1495 JD 730 Diesel, clean $3495 JD 730 Dies«l, W-F £M7* JD 720 Diesel, sharp $2895 M-M GVI, power $3295 Case 500G, triple range __ $159 theran churches, wig. Vernell Lud- 57-62* LOTS FOR SALE — Newly graded lots north of Third Ward school, phone 295-3271, Algona. 14w49tfn HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 2-3 bedrooms, recreation room in full basement, garage'with concrete drive. Desirable family location in Algona. Phone 295-3197 Oliver — W-F 26w 61-62 For Rent FOR RENT — One 40x100 QUONSET for rent. Located in Algona. Suitable for corn. Tayor Implement Co., Algona, la. 18w57-63 Help Wanted 'OR RENT — 3-rcom apartment, furnished, all utilities •>aid, close-in. Taylor Apartments, call 5-3504 bafore 6 p.m.; V3498 after 6 p.m. 18w49tfn FOR RENT — Two or three bedroom duplex. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m., 295-9152 after 6 o.m. 17w48tfn WANTED Cafe help to begin Aug. 29 Daytime -^- would consider woman on SS Write Box 400B, Algona, giving age, wages expected and hours available. 61-62* RENT — Commercial bldg. at 714 South Phillips Street, on highway 139. 24x40' with office. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m.: 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 24w8tfn FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in, call after 4 p.m., phone MECHANIC WANTED — Age 35-50. Must be reliable. Good wages and working conditions Long term employment. Write P. 0. Box 400-T, Algona. 61-62-63 MOTHERS! Evenings free? Sel Toys Aug. to Dec. The Play [louse Company, Inc. No exper hec. Training how. No deliveries or collecting. Marguerite Menke FL7-4788, Clear Lake, Iowa. 28\v59-66 FOR SALE ORIOLE APPLES (Bring own ecntainars) ORTON FRIJIT FARM (Call State Park road) Algona, Iowa 60-6' ALGONA (Vnv*) ADVANrP— >j THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 196* Want To Rent WANTED. TO RENT — Nice furnished apartment for two adults. Call Ft. Dodge 576-0896 collect after 6 p.m. x61' WIRING! Connected or Corrected UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-2225 5-3786, Algona. ISwlOtfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available now. Private entrance and bath. Conveniently located. Contact Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837. 15w41tfn SOtfn Services MR. FARMER — Something new in farm property insurance. If you want more protection, a broader coverage, fair claim settlements, low rates — see L. S. Bohannon, east of Iowa State Bank. 30w61 Massey 33G, clean $59! New Idea 4 Bar Rake $100 J. D. 594 Rake, qood ___ $14 J. D. No. 1 Bale Eiector _ $200 J. D. No. 45 Hi-Lo SP Combine. Cab, Header Control __ $4500 J. D. No. 30 Pull Combine $1050 I. D. 12A, PTO $225 JD No. F'- 145 H, 414, semi- mounted, sharp $800 JD No. F-130 5-14 mtd., nearlv new .. __ $675 D No. 555 4-14 S495 Oliver No. 4240 3-14 $375 HC No. 60 3-14 $325 D No. 555 3-14 $325 D No. 55 4-14 $275 D No. 44 2-16, very good $'10 Case 4-14 $375 MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE Your Farm Equpt. Super Market Algona, Iowa ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove Algona, Iowa Phone 295-7047 59 61 63 65 Davis home. They are cousins. The Jack Giffords and four children, Bode, visited Sunday with Mrs. Gertie Moore and Mrs. John Gifford. Nadine Fortna, former Burt home economics teacher, visited recently at W. W. Boettcher's. She is attending summer school at Mankato State. This coming year she will attend Purdue at Lafayette, Ind., working on her doctor degree. Betty Christensen, Tulsa, Okla. is visiting several weeks with her mother Mrs. Theola Christensen and with other relatives. The Wallace Hawcotts attended the postal meeting at Tre- loars Monday. The Mike Baers went to Cedar Rapids Saturday. They attended the 50th wedding of the John Baers Sunday and will visit a few days in Cedar Rapids. Mike and John are brothers. The Paul Donovans, Cleveland, Ohio, were guests at J. L, Miller's Friday to Monday. Sunday the Millers and guests attended a family gathering at C. E. Miller's, Estherville. Last Monday the C. E. Millers were at J. L. Miller's. Guests Sunday at Walter Steward's were the Cecil Stewards, Hazelcrest, HI., Perry Steward, attending Iowa City summer school, Shirley Ryan, WiHiamiS- bury, the Roger Stewards, Mfcr drid, and the Ray Millers, Estherville. it was Walter's 71$t SEWING MACHINF — Service all makes. Free estimate ii store. New zigzags from $4P up Late model trade-in priced to sell. North Iowa Sewing Ma chine Co.. Algona, la. HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs. Lampright will conduct a sale of the household furnishings of the late Mrs. Sophia Rohlf at the residence in, Swea City, Iowa, Saturday, Aug. 6th, starting at 10 a.m. The following articles will be for sale: Bottle Gas range, 2 door refrigerator freezer combination, small oil burning heater, drop leaf chrome kitchen table and 2 chairs, like new, 2 burner hot plate, Maytag wringer type washer, twin rinse tubs on legs, Cedar chest, treddle sewing machine 5 pc. bedroom suite, double bee complete, chest of drawers, wal nut dining room suite, daven port and chair, like new, daven port makes into bed, like new 2 9x12 wool rugs, 9x12 linoleum, 2 oak-rockers, table radio; small tables, Arvin portable television, tank style vacuum cleaner with attachments, power mower, copper boiler, garden hose, pressure ooker, electric fry pan, Mixmas- er, Toaster, pressure cooker, raffle iron, fruit jars, portable tool seat, kitchenware, pictures, niscellaneous items. FOR RENT SMALL MODERN HOME AND GARAGE 1 mile north of Algona Available August 1st Phone 295-5333 or 295-5852 58tfn 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 Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store .-i-.i-M 1111111 M..M.I..M..I.-M-M- BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ASSESSOR ESTIMATE NOTICE — The County Conference Board of Kossuth County, Iowa, wil meet August 15, 1966, at 9:30 A.M., at Court House, in Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be hearjd for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1967. L. J. Immerfall Clerk County Conference Board 3 ~j 5 6 FOR RENT — Electric Sham pooer tor $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona. FUNUb" EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR ,: 3 .,.,. Os 1 i. O <u o u. *. in; •o o* a o 0 u. £ sed Expenditu timated 1967 & !/) UJ c a. a m Inencumbered 1 Reduce Levy Ian. 1, 1967 S. & ^ 1 ncorrie Othe i Taxation 196 4-' O tfjE "^i— Z- O ' Assessment Expense - - 5,333 40,391 48,537 65,790 TOTALS 5,333 '" 40,391 48,537 ~ 65,790 300 300 ._.£> §1 |2 65,490 65,490 HOME FOR SALE First Tine Offered Story and one-half. Downstairs: Carpeted living room (with fireplace), dining room, den, large kitchen (new cupboards). 3 bedrooms and bath up. Gas furnace, large garage. Excellent location on South Minsesota Street. Gcod family home. ONLY $13,700 HERBST REAL ESTATE SEE JOEL S. HERBST or TED S. HER3ST . (over Penney's) ALGONA, IOWA Taxoblo Valuation subject to County Assessor levy for year 1965. $76,766,193. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance. Algeria, Iowa, Aug. 4, 1966 RUGS UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. No fuss, no muss, no odor. cleaned the Van Schrader dry foam way. Rugs can oe used the same day. Phone for free estimate today. Ben Bruhns, 3221. Richard Jergens, 4561, West Bend, Iowa. 20tfn If you are looking for the finest In grain storage or drying tanks see , . TAYLOR IMPLEMEN1 Phen« 5-2467 Algona ^F 9 9QflHf WM^n ^w _ - BEHLEN MMjMMrfumifl coMpiinr ^•SPBWff* ^var f w^™™^* w«r ^^f *-avf » USED MACHINERY ELEVATORS Kelly-Ryan PTO Elevator _ $425 Kewanee PTO Elevator ___ $395 Meyer Portable'Elevator - $295 SPREADERS LOOM, PTO Spreader $525 12ANI Spreader $175 SHELLERS No. 6 John Deere Corn Shelter with PTO drive, trailer type $79 1200 MM Sheller $1245 MM 1200 PTO Shellmaster $1395 1210 M.M. w/48' of Drags $1895 TRACTORS MM 4-Star, real sharp ___ $239* MM-M«i with PS & TA $3250 MM ZB $595 UB M. M. $1495 MOWERS New Idea Rot an/ Cutter — $365 Brady 4 row cutters for rent for clipoinci soil bank. JD 7' Semi Mtd. Mower ___ $195 JD 9' Spmi Mtd. Mower ..__ $185 M. M. 7 H.P. Riding Tractor with 36" Mower $495 MISCELLANEOUS G-4 M. M. Combine $395 MM 4 FW Rake $115 RW JDDisc ..... ._.-- _.$425 No. 37 IHC 13' Tandem Disc $495 Stan Hoist Loader with Snow Scoop _ $195 A-6 Case with Motor $195 60 AC PTO Combine $225 Gehl PTO Blower __ $365 BUSCHER BROS, IMPLEMENT New 10,400 Bushel Drying Tank At West Bend, Iowa 1Q15 N. Main ALGONA 1965 FORD Custom 500, 2-door, with V-8, standard trans., radio. 1964 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Breezeway roof. Power Steering, Multi-drive transmission, radio, two-tone turquoise and white top. 1963 FORD Falcon 2-dr. Standard trans. 6 cyl. Sharp. Automatic trans. Beige & The above picture shows a new BEHLEN DRYING TANK on the EARL BANWART farm, and his two sons are shown standing by the new installation. This new unit is equipped with a 20 H.P. electric motor and has complete electric grain handling equipment. FOR YOUR NEW DRYING SYSTEM - SEE Taylor Implement Co. "YOUR GRAIN HARVESTING HEADQUARTERS" Algona, Iowa 1963 AMBASSADOR 4-dr. V-8. gold color. Extra nice. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 Sedan, 4-door, Cruise-a-matic, radio, power steering. 1963 DODGE 4-door 6-cylinder, radio, standard transmission, turquoise. 1962 FORD Ranch radio, red. 1962 FORD Galaxie 500 4-door, power steering, Cruise-a- matic, radio, white. 1962 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, Station Wagon, 6-passenger, auto, trans., radio, power steering, white. 1961 FORD Galaxie 4-door, Cruise-a-matic, radio, V-8. 1961 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "88", auto, trans., radio, turquoise. 1959 FORD 4-door Galaxie, Cruise-a-matic, radio, V-8, solid white. 1959 VOLVO 2-door, 4-speed Trans., solid black finish, reasonable. 1959 CHEVROLET 6-cylinder, 4-door, standard trans., radio. 1959 CHEVROLET 4-door Bel Air, 6-cylinder, radio, standard transmission. 1959 CHEVROLET 2-door, 6-cylinder, overdrive, blue. TRUCKS ft VANS 1965 CHEVROLET pick-up. Long box. Standard 3-speed trans. Extra rear bumper. Radio. Beige color. 1962 VOLKSWAGEN Van, 3-seater, A-1. 1962 FORD F-600 2-ton truck, box and hoist. 1962 FORD F-100 Pickup, long box, V-8, custom cab. 1961 CHEVROLET Greenbrier Van, 3-seater, Powerglide. 1958 CHEVROLET 2-ton truck, box and hoist. 1954 CHEVROLET 3 /4-ton Pickup with wide combination box, duals, 4-speed and just overhauled. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Ford & Mercury Sales & Service "Friendliness and Courtesy Always" State 4 Jones Street* Algona

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