Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1966 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 3, 1966
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ft*: < •»»»+»»»»« „ *- Lineman. Salary "* depending upon line experi* once.' Apprentice 'lineman start- tag salary $1.75 per hour. Fringe benefits Include 'pension, Social Security, paid vacation, group in- stirance and paid sick leave. Apply to T. Junes Palmer, Superintendent, Algona Municipal Utilities. 36W76-77 HELP "WANTED — Man or lady at frnce. Electrolux, the world's largest .company in their field, needs a representative in Algona, full or part time. We finance our accounts. No investment needed: Call collect 576-4104 for Mr. Turner,,, $ a.m. to 9 a.m. or write Electrolux Corp., 7 N. 12th St., Fort Dodge, Iowa, for confidential interview. 76-83 WANTED —-Young man for full time work in Super Market. ApplyS in person, Hood's Super Valu, Algona, la. 17w76-79 HELP WANTED — Set-up man . with chauffeur's license. Algona Implement Co. 10w62tfn HELP WANTED: Man to drive" truck and work in elevator Chauf. license required. Fringe •benefits. Time and a half over 40 hrs. Apply at office. Cargill Inc., Algona, Iowa. 73tfn WANTED: Bookkeeper, full time " and permanent, man or wo men, wages open, fringe benefits paid vacation. Our people know of this ad. See Walt Hall, Algona Implement Co. 26w73tfn tLL- RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUY • SELL* RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUY • SELL- RENT • ^WAP^FfT 10W COST HIRE • BUY • SELL- RENT • SWAR • HIRE • BUY* SELL* RENT- SWAP'HIRE • BUY • n^. f..-™ fc. B £ REN WANTED — OFFICE CLERK. About 20 hours Weekly. Filing and longhand important. Answer in your own writing. Box 155, Algona. 19w77-78 WANTED by OLAN MILLS Several Ladies to do telephone work. Day or evtning shift available. Apply: Agnes Daiker, HillcrMt Motel. Anytime Monday, October 3 76 Real Estate FOR SALE — Beauty Salon, good business, phone 679-4236, Wesley. 66tfn Farm Machinery FOR SALE — 1 new PTO drive for Case 6 Combine $270. Tayor Implement, Algona, la. FOR SALE — Four space lot in Devotion section of East Lawn cemetery. Contact Leonard Maasdam, Algona. 16w72tfn EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE FEED BOOKING DAYS AT YOUR CO OP Take advantage of the Beef-Sheep Booking Days now in progress to book your CO-OP Protein Conqentrates, Protein Blocks, Mixed Minerals and Salt pro* ducts for range or feedlot. CO-OP Beef Concentrates for range and feed lot will provide the protein, vitamins and minerals needed to balance your roughage or high energy ration. CO-OP Minerals range from 3% to 12% phosphorus. There is one for your « particular need. PLAN NOW .. TO ^ BOOK YOUR FALL AND WINTER NEEDS OF CO-OP FEED PRODUCTS AT YOUR CO-OP Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance C04F gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants 0*11 2W-W14 $495 N.W. IOWA TRUCK HEADQUARTERS '53 F600, 2 ton, 5 speed __$ 450 '62 IHC Travelall Custom $1495 '55 R-160 School Bus $ 675 '61 VCO 205 truck tractor, 5 spd., 2 spd. 549 engine $2650 '65 F600 Ford, 2 Ton, 2 Speed _^_ $2550 '61 VCO 205 truck tractor, 5 sp. 2 sp. $2150 '62 Econoline pickup $795 1954 R205, wrecked. Salvage able. Will sell by parts. Jeep, 4 wheel drive, hyd. blade, PTO '___.. N.W. IOWA'S FARM TRACTOR HEADQUARTERS TRACTORS 806 LP, loaded. Will deal. 656 LP demo, loaded. Will Deal F806 Gas loaded, 400 hrs. $5850 •"806 D. loaded, sharp _$6250 <706' G Demo, low hours 1955 300 "U", Twin draulic loader $1550 49 8N Ford with loader _$ 550 61 F560 Gas, loaded $3850 49 IH WD9, comp. recond. $1275 -"M" Farmalls, '46 to '52 .models $750 up 1957 JD 720 "D", gas start $2675 1953 JD 60, sharp $1375 1959 F-560 Std., Dbr., A-1 $3595 '55 IHC 400 LP $1895 '48 H Farmall, 9 sp. $ 625 H Farmall. Nice ._ $ 525 M Farmall 9 sp. $ 950 '52 Super M, Big S tires $1650 '50 A JD P. T. ± $ 625 F 450 D FH, PS, new cyl. head and TA $2250 SC Case. As is $ 75 1955 AC WD45, nice $1375 '58 611 B Case, 3 pt. Caso- matic $1895 '53 Super M, live pump, 2 way Big S.P., new tires, PS $1775 COMBINES New Combines on.Hand Hogs USED MACHINERY 1—No. 30 John Deere P.T.O. — A-1. Late Machine — T :_.:___ $1200.00 -No. 65 Case P.T.O. Complete $700.00 1—No. 75 Case P.T.O. Complete. Real Clean — 7' No. 1069. __:____:__-—„__ $775.00 1—No. "600" Case Self-Propelled With Corn Head — Used only 2 years — Like hew ______________ $5950.00 1—P.T.O. Case A-6 Combine — FOR SALE — 50 Hampshire ' boars, bred sows, open gilts. Clean S. P. F. herd. Will deliver. Glen Olson, Rake, Iowa. Phone 566-7140. 18w77-7ff FOR 'SALE — Purebred Duroc Boars. The sire of these boars is from the top indexing pen at the Ames test station in '65. Ph. 924-3774, W. J. Stewart, Burt, Iowa. 76-79* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — A most sincere thank you to all my friends and relatives for their visits, cards and gifts during my recent illness and surgery at St, Ann. They were most gratefully appreciated. Mrs. Wm ; C. Kuhn. 36w77 Very Good. (No. 1013 & 1012) $550 1—IHC No. 64 w/motor No. 961 __— —— $400.00 1—P.T.O. 12-A Deere. Very Good _. $300.00 1—No. 978 — 1950 A-6 w/motor $300.00 1—4V Hutchinson 6" Auger ,, w/motor, Drag out and motor. New mo. ago $600.00 1—51 Ft. Quaker Auger, 7Va-ln. with Hopper, PTO, Cleaning Section, 2 years old. 1__44' Kelly Ryan Elev. $425.00 1—Case 310 Utility Tractor & Loader. 1—1965 10\ 3 Utility John Deere & Loader 1—"H" Farmall with new Duz- All Loader. 1—PTO. Assembly for A-6 Case. 1—28' — 6" PTO Auger. 6—Good Used Elevators (All Sizes). Many Others — TAYLOR IMPL. CO. FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Boars, large rugged type, plenty of depth and muscle. Accredited herd. New blood lines. Behn- tendorf Bros., Bradgate, la. 74-85* For Rent 105, 203, 303, 403, Wide and Narrow Row Cornhead, 2, 3, 4 Row nterest free until SPRING check with us on a good trade )ecause we are loaded with new machines and we need severa used SP combines to fill custo mer needs. 61 No. 80 Case comb., sharp ______________________ $950 151 SP combine, cab, 13 ft. robot header, recond. _ $4250 '63 IH 303 SP combine, 12 ft. header. Hume reel, header control cab ____ $6750 IH 76 combine, compl. recond. _______________ $ 775 IH 64 combine PTO, Hume reel, recond. ___________ $ 650 IHC No. 80, above aveage $1825 '65 229 cornhead _______ $1495 '63 228 cornhead _______ $1495 PLOWS 3-14-16 i IH No. 37 144t., sealed bear- ' ings, disc _. :: $ 625 JD 4^14 plow— $ 525 JD 555 4-14 plow $ 450 Oliver No. 4340 4-14"-16" $ 575 IH No. 60 4-14 $ 625 IH No. 540 4-14 1 yr. $ 925 IH No. 70 514, used one year. $ 895 2—IH 5-12-5-14 14-inch Sid. coulters $850 each No. 70 4-14 $ 575 No. 70 4-14. $ 725 Case 5-14", Throw Away lays $ 425 TILLAGE 425 Case picker, 400 - 800 mtgs. $495 MM 2-row pull picker __ _ $ 495 MM 2-row pull, ready $ 425 Farmhand grinder mixer $1175 5 new Farmhand mills in stock, ready to go. RWO Dearborn PTO spreader $ 375 14 Ft. JD AW Disc $425 JD RW 18 Ft. Tandem $975 13 ft. Oliver wheel tandem, greaseless bearings $ 375 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3501 After Hours Ph. 295-5328 FOR RENT—TWO one-bedroon houses, modern, gas heat. Vir gil Shackelford< >AlgOtia ? lav • trUi. 76-77 APARTMENT FOR RENT —On bedroom, living room, kitchen bath. Utilities furnished, cilose- Fv'T SALE DURL1 BOARS AND OPEN GILTS These are litter mates to our high , testing pens at Ida Grove and Eaele Grove. Also to our State Reserve Champion gilt. O. V. HARLAN Algona, Iowa 74-85* FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Boars, large rugged type, plen- ;y of depth and muscle. Accred- ted herd. New blood lines. Behn- ^endorf Bros., Bradgate, la. 74-85* FOR SALE PUREBRtD YORKSHIRE SPRING BOARS Wide walking, well muscled individuals. Litter mate cutouts on all Dinars. DICK KUECKER Alcfona, Iowa '• (3 North, 5V 2 West Algona) Lone Rock phone 925-3301 59tfn in Imperial For Sale Auxiliary has open house for Ledyard woman Ledyard — September 17, the Legion Auxiliary honored Mrs Gus Simonsmeier, newly electee Eighth district president, with an open house at the Legion hal here with 50 guests registered. Mrs. Earl Jorgenson, presi dent of the local unit, presided Cyntheir Klinksick oMhe Junio Auxiliary, gave the reading, fol lowed by a solo by Mrs. Mrytle Ooffman, Buncombe. Comments were made by Mrs. Herb Zielske, Lake Mills, District Commander Bill Goetz, Wesley, and other officers were introduced by Mi's. Simonsmeier, Mrs. Elmer McDorman, Lake Mills, Mrs. Eldon MacVey, Rolfe, and the J. Russell Steils, Mallard. Mrs. Rosa Harson, Kossuth county president, served punch and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson poured coffee. Mrs. Howard Klinksiek and Mrs. Glen Klooke. served cake. Mrs. Tim Doocy and Mrs. John Manthei were in charge of the kitchen, and Cynthia Klinksiek and Lynn Munyer were the waitresses. Sandra Warner and Nancy Thompson assisted at the gift table. ' isr Saturday Cafe at Bode. John B. Reding had a birth- ay Saturday with, a family din* ner and social: evening at Tre- oars, Fort Dodge. . : Mrs. Edwin Thilges was a guest riday of the R-Nu club at Mrs. Ralph Reding's. Receivirtg. prizes verc Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. Tony Wcydert. Mrs. Ed Bonrnann as the dub Oct. 27. Pfc. Richard Thul is visiting this week with his parents, the Eugene Thuls, and with his wife Sharyll and inifant son at her mother Mrs. Maurine Haar's, Wesley. Stationed at Monmouth, N. J. 20 weeks, he reports to Fort Bliss, Texas, Sept. 30. A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of 'his parents. : ' ••''' ; Mrs. Nick Eisohen and Mrs Ed Eischen, St. Benedict, were Sunday callers at Mrs.' Eugene Thul's and John Thill's. * Buffet supper for teachers given at Burt Burt — The Burt Woman's ;lub held an annual buffet supper at the Methodist church Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. Women teach- :rs and wives of the men teach- ALGONA (!•*•) AOVANCf^fL MONDAY, OCT. 3, 1t*lv,V, v,, CANTED — Would like'a'; sitter in my hb'ma. Phorie'2L >997 after^OO p.m. Y7-78* gone'by. Antiques were on display''!! mshed by various club rneifobfert* The refreshment committ»| vas Jean Lockwood, Virginia Fries, Marlene Stenzel; Vetoa Bradley, Thecla Christens*!* 1 ; Geheviev<& Graham, and the ten-; tertainment committee vraA J R6- ohelle Scott, Lesona Lacy, Lavina Hanson, Iva Jurgens. • "%" • The program committee Was, Mary Jean Andrews, Lefie Me? Mullen, Darlene Herrick, Mabel-' line Lovstad, Ruth Pattersonf ff fj •', wi^.i* .^rri^,,.*— £-.« -i nuc *fl*7' t**&\ .!H v ';'.« •;i? '$. Cliib officers for 1966-'67 president, Ethel Dremmel; vice;* Vera Bradley; sec., Lillian 'Fred- 1 rickson; and treas., Mabellin? Lovstad. '-'?!$ FOR, SALE — Caoons, alive or ! dressed. Ed Eischen. Phone 583-2450. Corwith. 77-78* in, available immediately. Taylor Apartments, call 5-3504 before 6 p.m., after 6 call 5-3498, Algona. 25w76tfn FOR RENT — 2 bedroom furnished apartment, close in. A- valiable immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 5-3837, Algona. 14w73tfn FOR RENT — Commercial bldg. at 714 South Phillios Street on highway 189. 24x40' with office. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m.: 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 24w8tfn APARTMENT FOR PENT — Available now. Private en trance ami bath. Conveniently located. Contact Bjustrom Furni 295-3837. FOR RENT ,-^ Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, lose in, call after 4 p.m.. phone >-3786, Algona. ISwlOtfn OR RENT — House at 715 W College, reliable tenants want ed. Leonard Maasdam, Algona. 13w72tfn Services PINET ORGAN'— Rated highest grade at tremendous re- luction. In factory warranty. n be seen in this area, cash or terms to responsible party. To nspect without obligation, write redit Manager, Box 4093, H. P. Station, Des Moines, Iowa 50313. 38w76-78* FOR SALE — Nimrod Riviera Camping Trailer, excellent condition. Sleeps 6 comfortably, all on foam mattresses. Storage cabinet. Also baby crib, like new. 1614 East State or call 295-5985. 76-77* AUXILIARY TO MEET The Legion Auxiliary'will mee at the Legion hall Got. 4. Mrs Howard Klinksiek will bs the hostess. Junior Auxiliary mem bers will continue to make nut cups and favors for the holidays to ba sent to various hospitals and homes throughout Iowa. eirs of Burt school and Mrs. Leonard Elbent, Whittemore, president, County Federation were guests. President Ethel Dremhiel presided. Guests were welcomed as well as three new members, Mrs. Bruce Calbreath, Mrs. Bruce Cranston and Mrs./Ronald Jurgens. • Program chairman Mrs. Dean Andrews gave a preview of the year's program, the theme "Let us meet the Challenge of Today to Prepare for Tomorrow." --The entertainment committee, dressed in costumes of yesteryears, was in charge of the evenings fun, with songs by the club quartette, Erna Graver, Marlene Stsnzel, Virginia Fries and Hel en Smith, and readings of years BOY SCOUT DRIVE ^ Burt : Lions club held the a% nual Boy Scout fund drive'Sept. 30. The goal this year was $332! A coffee was held at 7 a.m. at Cunningham's cafe for the workers on the drive to receive'in- structions and contributor cards. Pancake day has been set for Dec. 3 in charge of Lion Fred Hilton. A 7 o'clock dinner was served at Gawigan, Algona, last Monday for Senator Jack Miller. Many from Burt attended. ; Mrs. John Sewick is a patient at the hospital in Spirit Lake. Jolly Ten club met Sept. 28 with Mrs. 'Jerry Wiener. j •H-H'lVl 1 I I'l 'M"H"H"I"I"H"H ; ;» St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner FOR SALE — Used Melroe Bobcat, completely rebuilt. All Wheel Drive Co., Fort Do'lpe. la. 14w74-81 FOR RENT Electric Sham- tor SI with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona, Sharon Reding, daughter of theAlfred Redings, and Phyllis Illg, daughter of the Herman II- Igs, spent the weekend at home. Boith are 1966 Garrigan graduates and attend Mankato business college. Mary Illg, daughter of the Herman Illgs, a 1964 Garrigan graduate, is attending college in. Cedar Falls as a junior. Jean Marie Thul, daughter of the Eugene Thuls, attending Briar Cliff, Sioux City, spent the weekend at home. The K. L. Kohlhaases had their 54th "wedding with a family din- WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store ..I..I..I..I..I..IMI.I..I..M.MMM 1 1 M. M-C Continuous Flow. Grain Dryin Makes Put wet gram in the top . . . thy* cooled grain comes out •utom» ticatty . ... no cracking or grind^ mg. . . perfect quality aU the tin* GRAIN DRYft Taylor Implement Co. •H-l I I M..1--1-I"! l-l-l-l-l-l"l"l 1 'I"M '! 160 ACRE FARM FOR SALE WANTED CUSTOM PLOWING Richard A. Fritz Phone 928-2464 Titonka, Iowa 74-85 RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn SEWING MACHINE — Service all makes. Free estimate in store. New zigzags irom $40 up. Late model trade-in priced to sell. North Iowa Sewing Machine Co.. Algona, la. Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANS.- AW5QNA Every WEDNESDAY We Buy Ewes, Bucks & Lambs 1 WE HAVE PLENTY OF ORDERS, FOR CHOICE TO PRIME LAMBS! We buy them all, but you get Top Market for Grain Fed lambs, So Feed 'Em enough! DELIVERY EVERY WEDNESDAY (With Your Hogs, Too, If You Wish) PHONE 295-2411 WEST ALGONA, IOWA HERMAN PUTZ ESTATE Legal description: SW/4-15-97-28 (Portland Township) located 3Vi miles East and 1 mile North of Burt, Iowa Possession: March 1, 1967 The Farm: Clarion and Webster Soil, drainage no problem, good improvements, an excellent productive farm See Executor Herman Puti Estate 2 East State Street Algona, Jowa *a

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