Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1966 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 29, 1966
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I AI.GONA (lov.-a) ADVANCE-7 MONDAY, AUG. 29, 1966 i Services RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS ; Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. ; Rugs can bo used the same day. \ Free estimate. Hen Bruhns. 322L | West Bend, Iowa. '22w67tfn j I HIRE - BUV • SELL- RENT • SWAR • HIRE- BUY'.SELL- RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUV • SELL* RENT ft, 2' ^ FOR RENT — Electric sham poocr tor Si with purchase o! LUSTRE FOAM HUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Bin Read's Furniture. Algona. SEWING MACHINF — Service all niakfco. Free estimate ir store. New zigzags tt'om $4? up. Late model trade-in priced to sell. North Iowa Sewing Ma chine Co.. Algona, la. Automotive ••••»••••••»•••••••••••« | HELP WANTED — Set-up man ||f AB |- J | with chauffeur's license. Algo- TTaniQQ a Implement Co. 10w62tfn EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE FOR SALE — Model 90 Honda, white color, 700 actual miles. I spotless. BUY IT RIGHT! Taylor 'Motor Co.. phone 5-35O4. Algona. 20w62tfn Largest PAID circulation Advertise in ttve Advance Homes For Sale • WANTED: Man for work iu gro S eery department. Apply ii: person. Hood's Super Valu. G8&69 DRI\ r ERS WANTED: Over the road: year around work; Minimum aee 21: Company paid Hospitaliiation: Life Insurance: Holidays; Vacations: and Pen||-ion. Apply in person to Ray I Hpnninssen. Safety Suoervisor. Ellsworth Freight Lines, Inc.. Eagle Grove, Iowa. 35w69-72 YOU! SIDEWAU OF SECURITY BY SEELEY REALTY NEW LISTINGS! This well kept 2 story home has 4 bedrooms. 3 bedrooms up and a small bedroom and full bath down. Also living room, dining room and kitchen. Gas furnace, new hot water heater. Water softener. Reshingled a year ,'; ago. Attractively priced at $6,500.00. OTSIER FINE HOME BUYS bedrooms — Recreation room — Ranch type Near new __ 3 bedrooms 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms Ranch type — good location Close to Catholic church Good family home — 2 baths $12,900.00 ... $14,500.00 -_ $13,000.00 _. $ 7,650.00 A FINE FAMILY HOME! This is a near new 3 bedroom home in a good location. Living room and master bedroom carpeted. Large double closets throughout. Handy kitchen and full bath all on one floor. Finished recreation room in basement, complete with bar. Single unattached garage with paved driveway. Priced at $15,000. Seeley Realty Co. (ov«r S&L) 17V 2 E. STATE Paul M. Seeley, Realtor Mark A. LEQ Office Phong 5-2350 Residence Phone 5-3174 §•5479 MEN WANTED NOW TO TRAIN AS ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS insurance companies pay top Varies for Trained Claim In- resUgators. New men hired dai- '!<•• by various companies . . . Aca«3 packed outdoor work. Keep present job until ready to ~~j»ch. Comoany car usually himished. WE CAN SHOW YOU! Write XOW — AIR MAIL for complete details. Absolutely no obligation. A division of IT. T. S.. Miami, Florida, established 1945. INSURANCE ADJUSTORS SCHOOLS Dept. 3-W-183 Suite 5, 406 West 22th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64111 Name __________ ____________ ddress __________________________ Farm Machinery FOR SALE: Roll Away and conventional chicken nest, 8 ft flare New Idea elevator hopper,, Masterbilt 7 can milk cooler, like new, 3 Surge buckets and cans. Virgil Heesch. Burt. Telephone Titonka 928-2264. 67-70* tate -_. --_ Zip ._ Phone __ WANTED — Someone with farm to trade with up and gong motel, central Kansas. Man and wife split-up, reason for sell- ng. Dain's Real Estate, Silver Lake. Kansas. 67-70* If you are looking for the finest in grain storage or drying tanks USED MACHINERY 1—27' Koyler 7W Auger w/motor ._ $450.00 1—PTO 65 Case Combine $695.00 Kelly Ryan Elev. $425.00 1—Case 310 Utility Tractor & Loader. 1—1965 10U Utility John Deere & Loader 1_"H" Farmall with new Dui- All Loader. 1—No. 30 John Deere Combine, like new 1—PTO A-6 Case Combine 1—PTO Assembly for A-6 Case. l_New "600" Case Combine— 13' Header. Trade now and Save! 1_28' — 6" PTO Auger. S—Good Used Elevators (All Sizes). 1—Trailer Tank Sprayer (slightly used). 1—PTO 65 Case. A-l. Many Others — TAYLOR IMPL. CO. REAL ESTATE | 130 Acres South o;' Algona o"i| UH\ one of Ktxssulh's moro j farms. \ Want To Bay 414 Acres on HW tract. Should predate. 80 Acres, o miles north and 3 miles ear! o-' Burt. Possession M.uvh 1st. No buildings — $26.000. CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT COMPANY N. Dodge St. N 295-2891 . very good con- j WANTED: Small used b- v seen to ap- Don Myers, Ph. 5-2340. piano \ weeks, left on Saturday night \ Mich., on a trip sponsored by' | »'or Lojt Angles, Calif, where ce-aipany for pJant mansgors. ' -he is employed. f Mrs vfec Jlonn. 'Humhoidt, s»M\ ] Mr. and Mrs. Ovaries Weber j Mrs, E*tie> Krdmann, Kvarmors, iwho have boon vasiUnst her par-j wore SsUmtay voters U>«ts. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Chonv rel Worsteds, :b-rs. loft for Cedar Rapids \ <^^^M^KB^HMM I where they both will b? teach- ; Friday evening supper gvu>stsi hit the home of Mrs. Eihel Mor-j j ris were, Mr, and Mrs. Art Uv-| l ; ng.-ton. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I Livingston and family. Mr. and (Mrs, Eugene Livingston and *• | family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Connie R el del of Algona spent Johnson and family and Mr. and Corwith Mrs, Harry L. Maw Hogs FOR SALE — Feeder pigs. Castrated. Cholera and erysipelas •accinated. Virgil Roethler. One nile south and a half mile west if the radio station. Phone 2952960. 26wt>8 For Rent see TAYLOR IMPLEMEN1 Phone 5-2467 Algona te» better buttt ftf BEHLEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY •••»«»•••»••»»•»»»+»»+*+ FOR. RENT: Two room furnished apt. and'bath.'Tdeal for one' 01 two persons. 402 S. Moore. Ph 5-5572 evenings. GO'-T FOR RENT—3 I 1 /-, baths, room. Close in FOR SALE PUREBRED YORKSHIRE SPRING BOARS Wide walking, well muscled individuals. Litter mate cutouts on all boars. DICK KUECKER Algona, Iowa to North, ii'v West Aluona) Lone Rock phone 925-3301 iWt.fn FOR SALE — Accredited SPF Purebred Hampshire Boars & gilts from top grade 2nd yield herd. Reasonable prices. Phone 272-4247 or 272-4568. Four soutl and 2 west of Swea City. Card son Stock Farm. 58-60-62-64-66-68 For Sale bedroom house carpeted living . available Sept. MOVING CORN INTO STORAGE — Don't forsret. to treat with MALATHION. Get it at Algona Flour & Feed Co., Algona. U)w6il-71 1. Phone 295-5812, Algona. 67-68 WE ARE NOW Fertilizing Soil Bank acres! FOR RENT — Two-bedroom furnished apartment, all utilities paid, close in, downstairs, available immediately. Taylor Apartments, call 5-3504 before 6 p.m.; 5-3498 after 6 p.m. 24\v62tfn FOR RENT -- Two or three bedroom duplex. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m., 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 17\v48tfn CALL US FOR YOUR FERTILIZER NEEDS! Algona Flour and Feed Co. FOR RENT — Commercial bldg. at 714 South Phillips Street on highway 169. 24x40' with office. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m. 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 24w8tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available now. Private entrance and bath. Conveniently located. Contact Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837. 15\v41tfn FOR RENT — Furnished apart ment, all utilities furnished, close in, call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. ISwlOtfn Real Estate HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER 2-3 bpHrooms, recreation room in full basement, parade with concrete drive. Desirable family location in Algona. Phone 295-3197 BOtfn FOR SALE — Used' Admiral TV sot, ping pong table and -lavonport. Cheap- fall 295-2148, Algona. FOR SA1.K — Two 2M bu. Beh- leu wire cribs — cheap, one 1500 bu. wooden crib. llarley Troutman Sr., Algona. 67-68* Card of Thanks Algona FOR SALE — Beauty Salon, good business, phone 679-423(5, Wesley. 6Htfn FOR SALE — House on contract. 2 or 3 bedrooms. 405 S. Jones. Possession now. Jerry M. Lewis, Algona, la. Phone 2955457. 21w61-68 CARP OF THANKS: We want to thaiiK our relatives, friends, 'ind neighbors for their card?- •uid memorials, the fo-ul brought in, and the many kind deeds hown us in the loss of our he- ovi'd husband and father, Ted ")eBocr. Jr. May God bless each me of you for your thoughtful- loss. -- Mrs. Kmma DcHoor and duly; Mr. and Mrs. Kdwan 1 .Ikon and sons. (52-(}i) EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE New Cub Cadet — IN STOCK — SPECIAL PRICE SAVE MANY $$$ ON THIS UNIT! WITH ( WITHOUT EITHER SNOW BLADE OR MOWER ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Commercial Street lew* CAHI) OF THANKS: A humbli thank-yon to all who helped in every way to make our 4Oth An- liversary sueh a meniorable occasion and made it possible foi us to sav will) firm conviction and .t'rateful hearts, "This is the f lav that the Lord hath made Let us rpjoiee and be ulad in it." Thank you. --- The Heynolds OH" a few days with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Perrie De- root e and also at tiie Robert DeGroote home. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman nd Linda visited Friday eve- at the Lee Williams home. Perry Smith and Marvin Bownan of Schaller visited Tuesday vith Mr. Smith's daughter ai\d amily. Mi-s. William Ei'dman. Albert Merriam visited Sun- iay afternoon with Mre. Jennie sntchell. Kathy Oxley spent the \v^ek- >nd with Mr.' and Mrs. Marvin Tigges at. Burt Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neiwnld and Douglas of Fort Dodge spent he weekend at the home of her . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mi's. Neiwald remained uid attended the stnte fair with \er parents. Mr, and Mrs. Albert ^ish also attended the Directors Grain Dealers convention in Des Moines. Br>iui Fish, son of the Albert Fishes spent Sunday to Thursday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. San ford Anderson in Renwiek and Brett Fish visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richardson in Britt. Ronnie Fish and Bill Richardson spent the past week at the Regular Baptist camp in Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish and family visited there or Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Zeigler o Kanawha visited Friday evenin; at the John Babeock home. Mrs. Harry Maw and Jerr; and Helen Sloan were Thursda; afternoon visitors at the hoim of Mrs. Robert Sloan. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Addie Ha mm were Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Stepens of Des Moines, Mrs. Wilma Swensen and boys of Mason City, Mrs. Keith Gregory and family of Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kraft, and family of Renwiek, and Jane 8ehn'.Mv"r of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Robert AndcM'son of Dos Moines, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson and Mrs. Marion Nail. Bill and Margaret Gill, who have spent a week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wood returned to their home at Corville. Their parents came on Thursday and stayed until Sunday. Dr. C. S. ilempstead, assistant to president of Cornell College was the guest speaker at the Methodist church Sunday. Dr. llompstead, is a former District Superintendent. Mrs. John Daniel Sr., Lori and Tori Daniels attended the VVi- lech reunion at Rockwell City in Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gjersted vnd Diana of l.ivermore visited Phursday evening at the homr >f his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gjorsted. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and amily of Des Moines suent the weekend at the Harry Maws. On c :Unrd:\y night Mr. Slack, John uul Jim Maw attended the foot- bull game in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Oxley of Cedar Falls spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. John Oxloy. Mr. and Mrs, Roger Will of Mrs, James Uvingston and girls of California. Dwight Spangler graduated on Thursday. Aug. It from Upper Iowa at Fayette, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Spangler. Mr. and Mrs, Dwlght Spangler moved to West Branch. Iowa, where Dwight will teach this fall. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Barrack and family of Clear Lake, moved to a tenant house noijth of Renwiek. Mr. Barrack will manage the Custom Farm Service Fertilizer plant near Goldfield. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher USED CARS 1965 FORD Convertible GaUxi* 500, turquoise with whUt top, Fordoroatlc, powfcr : steering. 965 FORD X-L 2-door Hardtop, , white with whit* vJnyl buckat seats. Xv ~ 964 CHEVROLET 4-deor Hardtop, V-8, Power Glide, :,' radio. 964 BUICK 4-door Hardtop, Power Steering and Power Brakes. ' 1964 BUICK 4-door Sedan, Power Steering and Brakes,* ' Factory Air Conditioning, new tires. 1963 The ,Uv.> Ludwigs. of Santa Monica. Calif., have an a Ib. son jorn Aug. 22. They also hnvn a laughter Cindy. Grandparents ire the Loo Ludwigs, Rodman, ind Howard HeUieksons. This s also the first great-grandsor for Mrs, Hannah Hellickson of tear Hnrdy. The Christiansen reunion was held ut Ames Sunday with ;U present. Officers re-elected are president, Oliver Christianson and sec., .lu.Ua Swortson, Boloit Wis. The Rev, Kern Severtsoi Urbuudale, conducted worship. Next year the reunion will be held at. Rev. Snwrtson's. Towns? represented by the group were Detroit, Mich.,' Beloit, Wls.. Minneapolis, Des Moines. Eaglo Grove, Ames, Slater, Newton and Ottosen. The Leslie Vilands and three sons, Detroit. Mich., were Tut\slay visitors at Mrs. Clara Solberg's and Oliver Christianson's. They attended the Christianson reunion and were enroute to the Ulaek Hills and Denver, Colo. The Nathan MeOuires, Barbara and Brenda, Marshall, Mo,. ,'amo Friday night to visit the ..aureJ Worsters. They, and the Dean Bimwarts were guests at Byron Naeve's, Bradgate. Bonnie nul Brenda remained with their gnuidparents, the Worsters, while their parents went to Do- Ralb, 111., to visit Saturday, Sunday they went to Bayne Falls, FORD Convertible, V-8, Fordematic, blue with whita top. ."',; 1963 OLDSMOBILE "8 radio, Automatic Trans. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coost Store 1963 BUICK LoSabre 4-door, Power Staoring and Brakes, low mileage, locally owned. 1963 BUICK Spacl»l,V-6 an- gino, Automatic Trans,, very claan. 1962 CHEVROLET 9-p«sseng«r Station Wagon, V-8, Power Glide. 1962 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, Power Staoring and Brakes. , 1961 MERCURY 4-door, V 8, radio, Marcomatlc. 1960 PONTIAC Catalinn 4-door, radio and Automatic trans. 1959 BUICK 2-door, radio and Automatic Trans. 1959 RAMBLER Ambassador, radio, Automatic Trans., Power Steering and Brakes. 1959 CHEVROLET 4-door, 6-cylinder, straight stick. 1958 CHEVROLET 4-door, radio, heater and Powargllde. 1954 FORD 3.4-ton Pickup, 6- c-ylindor, 4-spood Trans., stock and grain box. 1951 FORD %-ton Pickup, 4- spoocl trans., stock and grain box. SCHULTZ BROS. CADILLAC - BUlCk - POfJtlAC — GAS FOR LESS — 1009 S. Phillips Algona, la. Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Mick Will of Marshalltown and Mary Will of Mankato. Minn., spent the weekend at the Fred Will home. Friday evening in tin 1 Lutheran church in LuVcrne a group of friends had a bridal shower for Mary Will who will lu'coim 1 the bride of SU've Agard of Ks- Ihervillo soon. 1 .inda Erdman who has IKM>II vi.«itinu r her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Krdmau for twt Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA fWWWWWVWW^^ SINCLAIR FERTILIZER SALES AND MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES Local interviews now scheduled for following "ground floor" growth opportunities: DISTRICT MANAGER Opportunity to manage large blender, savoral warehouses j and area sales force. College degree dosirod. Sound expert ence in fertilizer field required as woll as ability to supervise and motivate people. Sales Representative Area Manager Opportunity to sell top quality fertilizer and related products directly to farmers thus qualifying for future senior management positions. College degree preferred. Fortiliier sale* experience desired but not necessary. Excellent employee benefits. Several Iowa-Midwest locations including the Algona area. Rush work and salary history or coll Acreage Motel, Algont, Iowa, 295-2428, for interview particulars. (Interviewing «t Acreage Motel, Monday, August 29.) R. L. Plimpton SINCLAIR PETROCHEMICALS, INO. 155 North W«cker Drive Chicago, Illinois 60606 An Equal Opportunity Employer

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