Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1966 · Page 5
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' '.'.I Married WORD HAS been received of the marriage of Mary Cathrine Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Teddy Doyle of Pensacola, Fla., and Terry Lynn Brandow, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brandow, Algona, Sept. 26 at Pensacola. •They were married on Terry's parents' 24th wedding anniversary. Terry is a 1963 graduate of 'Algona high school. He is an aviation electrician's mate 3rd class in the navy stationed at Ellyson Field, Pensacola. They are making their home there. The young couple plan to spend the Christmas holidays it, MIRE • BUV - SELL- RENT • SWAP • MIRE • BUY- SELL- RENT • SWAR -MIRE • BUV • S! RENT million, S.D. Don is on the fetaff of the university. Tht Vic Appltgatet, Artm, were recent callers in Algona. They were going to Spirit Lake fl - J with Terry's parents, the E. E. Brandows. Service for Mrs, T. Bishop at Swea City Swea City — Funeral services for Mrs. Thomas Bishop, 73, Swea City were at 2 p.m. Friday at the Barnes Funeral Home in Swea City. The Rev. A. W. Nelson of Bancroft officiated. Burial was in*the Harrison Township cemetery. Mrs. Bishop died last Tuesday at the Heritage Rest Home in Bancroft. She had been a resident there about three months. She was born Kathrina Abbas Feb. 20, 1893 at Grundy Center Iowa. Dec. 19, 1911 she marriec Thomas Bishop at Bancroft They farmed in the Swea City area. Survivors are her husband two daughters, Mrs. Richarc Bell, Kansas City, Mo.,; Mrs. An tone Kardocs, Titonka, one sOn Jacob, Des Moines, 18 grandchildren and 12 great-grandcihild- reVi. There ?re two brothers, Hillard Abbas, Delavan, Minn., and Tues Abbas, Osakis, Minn, and a sister, Mrs. Fannie Schomberg, Washington state, also survive. Jens Jensen, 84, Bode, dies, heart attack Bode — Jens P. Jensen, 84, a longtime resident of Bode, died unexpectedly Thursday morning at his home after suffering an apparent heart attack. Surviving are two daughters and a son, Mrs. Chester Younkin, Great Bend, Kan., Mrs. Gene Smith, St. Paul, Minn., and Maurice Houge, Tulsa, Okla. Mrs, Jensen preceded her husband in death. Born in Denmark, Mr. Jensen came to the Bode area many years ago. For many years he was associated with the Kinseth Brothers General Store, later he was the Bode postmaster until his retirement. Shrine club going to Emmetsburg The Kossuth Shrine club, which usually meets in Algona on third Wednesdays, will meet this week Wednesday at the Emmetsburg Country club. Several Shrincrs from Emimetsburg attend the meetings here and this is a courtesy return visit. The club has arranged for a bus to take the Kossuth men to Emmetsburg and return.. WANTED Clean Rags at the Advance Publishing Co, Scott Moor*, Arrm, ami Mr* Hensuld of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, were brief callers at Mrs. Elmer Potter's recently; The Hensulds were visiting their daughter, the Wayne Moores, Ames. They visited the Grotto at West Bend. Mrs. Twill* Bartholomew 1 left last Tuesday for two weeks at Burlington with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bringer. She will also visit lier brother the Dolph Millers in Grinnell. - Tht Orin Hudson* and ' Inoz went to Minneapolis for a week- ;nd with their daughter Janice, :he Richard Lappins Mrs. Ed Hog and Mrs. Leslie Huff had a group of neighbors recently. Mrs. Pruisman's birthday was observed. • Th» Dr. L. R. Potttrs woro recent guests of their daughter, the Don McDonoughs, Shaller. Later in the week they were vis* ted by the son Jim and family; Nevada and spent a weekend with the Don Potters at Ver- LEOAL NOTICES GAUD OP THANKS — My sincerest thanks to friends, rela^ lives and neighbors who helped with combining and other work and for other kindnesses done. Also' to Cy Venteicher for furn* ishing the fuel and the ladies who furnished and served food. God bless you all. Mrs. Alfred Erickson 81* Hop FOR SALE — Purebred and Yorkshire boars. Tested and vaccinated. August Baumann. 3 miles east and 1 mile south of Lakota. Phone 2874. 76-78-80-82* to close i their cottage - for tile season. They stopped' on their Way' home Sunday and "Mrs. $1- mer Potter accompanied theiti to Ames'for a'short visit.' ' For Sato FOR* SALE: Repossessed world's fines;! sewing machine for balance. Terms or cash. No.',Ia. Sew. Mach. Co. 17w80-83 POCAHONTAS LUMBER STORE PRE-INVENTORY SALE Heavy Slat Cribbing •—,+-—• 8;19 4x8 Mahogany Panel, .no flaws '->—- 3.39 FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Boars, large rugged type, plenty of depth and muscle. Accredited herd. New blood lines. Behnkendorf Bros., Bradgate, la. 74-85* IN TNI OlfTIMCT COURT or THI STATI or IOWA IN AND'MR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE'ESTATE OF IVAN LONG, 'Deceased. Pr*k«ta N«. 901* NOTICE OF F-ROIATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF IVAN LONG, Deceased: 'You -ore' h«reby notified "that-on' the 4th day of October, 1966, the last will and testament of Ivan Long deceased bearing date of the 7th day of July, 1964, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Jessie Long and Howard Long was appointed executor- of said cs- state. Notice is further 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 th« second publication of this 'notice, or thereafter be forever barred. ' Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are reauested to make immediate payment to the. undersigned, arid creditors having claims against said 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 shal FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Boars, large rugged type, plen- y of depth and muscle. Accred- ted herd. New blood lines. Behnkendorf Bros., Bradgate, la. 74-85* Shumwoy, barred. of October, 1966. Jessie Long Howard Long .Executor of said Estate Alqona, Iowa Address Kelly • & Fristedt •»! IMMIVVMy. rvli Alaona, Iowa Date of second publication 17 dav of'October, 196.6. Published in the Algona Kossutl County Advance, Algona, Iowa Oct. 10 and 17, 1966. Fv~* SALE DURCG BOARS AND OPEN GILTS These are litter mates to our high testing pens at Ida Grove and Eagle Grove. Also to our State Reserve Champion gilt. O. V. HARLAN Algona, Iowa 74-85* FOR SALE — 18 Yorkshire sows to farrow Oct. 17. These sows are coming with second litter of pigs, bred to Chester White boar Vaccinated for E & L. Thilges, Irvington, la. 31w80-81 FOR SALE PUREBRED YORKSHIRE SPRING BOARS Wide walking, well muscled individuals. Litter mate cutouts on all boars. DICK KUECKER Algona. Iowa (3 North, 5% West Alernna) Lone Rock phono 925-3301 59tfn Help Wanted WANTED: Housekeeper for elderly man in good health. Pleasant home, good salary and working conditions. Ability to drive desirable, but not necessary. Write Box 400 H, Algona, Iowa. 26W81-82 HELP WANTED — Full time waitress. Phorie 295-3571. 7w80tfn WANTED — Light Construction workers. Suitable for older men, age ; limit 60, full or part time. Apply 5 East Call St.. Apt. 4, Algona, la. 80-81* Pouring Wool Insulation,— .74 235 Lb. 3-Tab Asphalt Shingles ^ , 6.75 No. 1 2x4, 2x6 Douglas Fir 119.95 Corrugated Steel Roofing 9.95 to 4y 2 "x6^' Penta Post — .81 4%" to 5"x8' Penta Post __ 1.49 Track Alum. Comb, Window — ! __. 8.95 32x21 Stainless Sink ——_ 23.95 24"x8"0 Mahogany'Door — 4.25 5" Galv. Eavestrough ^_ .11 1x8 White Pine Car Siding 114.95 2x4 Precut Stud 31%c 4x8 %" Sheathing Ply, Ext. 3.36 12x12 White Ceiling Tile __ 9%c 9x7 Garage Door & Hdwe. 52.95 14x22 Garage Material _ 307.70 24x42 Pole N Shed Material 465.24 PRICES GOOD UNTIL DEC. 17 80-83 HELP WANTED — Man or lady at once. 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, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. or vrite Electrolux Corp., 7 N. 12th St., Fort Dodge, Iowa, for confidential interview. 76-83 FOR RENT -— Electric Sham- pooer tor $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona. FOR SALE — Used Melroe Bobcat, completely rebuilt. All Wheel Drive Co., Fort Dodge, la 14w74-81 FOR SALE: Freight damaged sewing machine for balance of less than Vz. No. la. Sew. Mach ; Co., Algona, Iowa. 19w80-83 AFFIDAVIT State of Iowa ) , ' . • • ) ss- Kossuth Courvtv. ., ) '.We,-Fred Plumb, President,-VernL. McClure, Secretary, and L. W. Nitchals, Treasurer 'of''the KossOth County Agricultural Association being, duly sworn on oath depose and say that the said society or association, being duly incorporated under the'laws of the State : of Iowa, held a fair known as the Kossuth County Fair on the 16 to Iv days of'August, 1966 near the city or town of Alqona and that the said fair consisted of g bona fide exhibition of livestock, together wth agircultural products, farm implements, etc., as contemplated by law. We further depose and say that the sum of $4,689.99 as shown in the financial statement on page two has been paid to the winning exhibitors in settlement of Drehiiums won at the fair for the current year' and that no part of this amount was paid for speed events, to secure games or amusements and that no deductions have been made for entry fees, stall or pen rent. We further depose-and say that the financial statement on page two is a full and complete statement. pf the • receipts and expenditures for trie current year' and that (he statistical data on page three is true .and correct. .' ,'• • .-'-• .-' . Fred W. Plnmb PresiH°nt • • . ...;.- ; • Vern .C. McClure Secretary •. ' ' L. 'W. Nitchals Treasurer Subscribed, and sworn to before/me this 14 day of. October, 1966 by Fred Plumb President, 'Vern L. ' McClure ' Secretary, and L. W. Nitchals Treasurer W. .... . _ ,. of the above named society or association. R. G. Buchanan ' Notary Public. FINANCIAL STATIMINT .RECEIPTS Cosh on hand from last report (Do not enter overdraft here) 1257.26 Receipts - Ticket Sales - including Tax: Outside gates' 6658.50 Dav grandstand and quarter stretch 594.75 Night grandstand and quarter stretch ' 4910.00 Total ticket spies , Concessions and .privileges Advertising in premium list arid program Stote.aid (this year anticipated) Miscellaneous receipts of fair: -Stall and pen rent 173.50 Exhibit space rental; 1323.50 Total miscellaneous receipts of fair — Total receipts of fair County aid Other receipts Total receipts from sources other than fair . Grand total receipts (including previous balance) 12163.25 1583.04 400.00 2100.00 1497.00 7519.70 6905.17 17743.29 14424.87 33425.42 DISBURSEMENTS Open premiums: Horses, ponies and mules 133.00 Cattle (beef and dairy) 387.00 Swine -- - 371.00 Sheep, wool and qoats 190.00 Agricultural products 27.00 'Fruits and• vepetables — 119.00 Plants and flowers — 117.75 Culinary products 100.00 Textile and art dept. 141.75 School exhibits Sinn Total open premiums 2026.00 4-H & FFA Premiums: ' Colts Cattle (beef and dairy) ' plos ___, 292.16 'Lambs - 131.56 Poultry 41.36 Other 4-H & FFA premiums 998.15 Total 4-H & FFA Premiums -- 2663.99 Total premiums other than speed . Musi? and attractions Miscellaneous expense of fair: „,„„, Advertising - 840.91 Printing, stotionery, record blanks, etc. .- ' 200.35 Postoqe, express and drayage ,?Sr5n AdtoWstrotive and office pay rolls 1724.40 Gate department, pay roll o^oll Police and parking pay rolls — f|'^| Pgy rolls, all other departments 78.87 Generalijand common labor during foir .- f' 7 , 4 .- 0 .! All otbsr -expense of fair .-,„-- - 1938.66 Total rhisceHaneous expense of fair -Total expense of fair Indebtedness of previ9us years paid Expanse other than fair: 'PeiWMVJSUt '.Uftpjovenjents ... . . AA,aif\tervqn£e 'f>f grounds and buildings -Insurance ., Interest AH other expense other than fair Federal Tpxes ,— Totol-•Kpeoi*^ot**r'-tfefln-*<jir ....-.,Grand total disbursements Balance on hand 4689.99 399Q.OO 8985.43 12500.00 1067.81 1052.24 1.63 587.75 17665.4 20.0 15209.4 32894.9 530.5 TOP QUALITY HOMES FOR SALE The beautiful C. R. LaBarre Home, south of hospital. Lovey wooded area—seven rooms, elegantly carpeted, fireplace on first floor and in rec. room basement), 2 baths, double garage .— Owner is building lew home. This one WILL BE SOLD — Price includes all carpet, curtains and drapes, TV antenna and many more terns. 2-story, 3 bedroom — 611 E. Kennedy. Living room, dining room and kitchen. down. 3 bedrooms and bath up. New gas furnace. Attached garage. Low interest loan available. Individualistic style construction. Medium sized 4 bedroom — 624 S. Harlan — Attached garage. Can be bought and assume 5'/4% loan. Immediate possession — Now $13,800.00 3 bedroom — 717 S. Jones — Living room car DC ted, large dining room, birch cupboards in kitchen — 3 bedrooms and bath up. Garage $10,500.00 2 bedroom country home — double attached carport, carpeting in bedrooms and living room, fireplace with built- in cabinets, deluxe kitchen, full basement, gas heat _ $19,750.00 HELP WANTED: Man to drive "truck and work in elevator. Jiauf. license required. Fringe benefits. Time and a half over 40 hrs. Apply at office. Cargill Inc., Algona, Iowa. 73tfn For Rent FOR RENT: New farm home, 5 miles from Algona-. Phone 2953356. llwSl-82 FOR RENT — 2 or 3 bedroom home at 405 So. Jones. Contact Mrs.: Robert Oberman, Humboldt, la. Phone 332-2484. 18W80-85 FOR RENT — 1 bedroom house, clean. Antenna, stove and refrigerator furnished. Virgil Shackelford, Ph. 295-5226, Algona. 80-81* FOR RENT — 2 or 3-bedroom house IVz miles west of Algona on highway 18. Modern home, ideal for couple with no children or high school age children. Call 295-5585, Algona. 30w78-81 Farm Machinery »»»•••»•»*»»•»»»»•••»»»• FOR SALE: 1963 JD ,3010 gas tractor. Excellent cond, Leaving for service reason for selling. Ph. Lone Rock, 925-4150. 80-81* Card of Thanks »•»•»»»•»•••»•»••*»•**•• CARD OF THANKS: Our heart felt thanks for the- kindnesses, sympathy and floral offerings that came to us during the illness and death of our beloved Mother. The family of Edna Riohter, : .- ,, • -'81' APARTMENT FOR RENT —One bedroom, living room, kitchen, bath. Utilities furnished, close- 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 Real Estate FOR SALE — Four srvace lot in Devotion section of East Lawn cemetery. This four space lot is owned by Donald Weaver of Arkansas and wishes to sell. This ad will discontinue with this issue. Contact Leonard Maasrlam, Algona. 80-81* APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available now. Private en trance and bath. Conveniently located. Contact Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837. 15w41tfn FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished close in, call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786. Algona. ISwlOtfn FARMS? HOMES? BUYING or SELLING? If vnu want either one, call APNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans. 79tfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS leaned the Von Schrader Way. Lugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, iVest Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn 64' Lot, Commercial Strwt $1,500.00 20 Lets near Garrigan (sewer and water in —Various prices Acre lots in Country Club Woods _ Various prices Horbst Roil Estate JOEL M. HERBST TIP §. HERBST (over Penneys) ?953733 Services WANTED CUSTOM PLOWING Richard A. Priti Phone 928-2464 Titonka, Iowa 74-85 If you are looking for the finest in grain storage or drying tanks see TAYLOR IMPLEMEN1 By Jim Kolp ? NOW WE OOGttTA VT-VlVTU ALGONA INS. AGENCY Phono 295-3176 206 E/Stato Algona YES — WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD FARMS TO BORROWERS WHO CAN QUALIFY. SEELEY REALTY CO. (OVER S&L) , Office Phone 295-2350 — Res. 5-3174 or 5-2670 AT PERCIVAL'S Phone 5-2467 Algona BEHLEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA 1965 Dodge Dart G T. 2 dr. Hardtop. This one- owner beauty still has 19,000 miles of factory wiarranty remaining. Nicely equipped with "225" 6 cyl.. torqueflite, radio, rear speaker, whitewalls and many extras. 1965 Chrysler Newport 4 dr. Hardtop. Fully equipped with power steering, torqueflite, radio, rear speaker, tinted glass, light package, plus many extra|. ^ QjnJy 39,000 milo* Praam fnlnraA with- MAl«l->iattairl£fr&W'i^rvSt'Siifeitfe. g. FOR SALE OTTO WCTTEKMHL ESTATE Farm of 157,50 Acres Described as SEfr! '/2, 3-96-30 Soil _ Webster & Clarion Possession March 1, 1967 Jf interested see: Kenneth Bollinger, Fenton Iowa or McMahon and Cassel, Algona, Iowa. 80-86 HARDWARE STORE Qood going bu*ine$s. Clean stock, reduced. Buy the stock ft «e«t. Fi*tur«* and equip, at reduced prices and we will giv« you • good brick bldg. and a good warehouse free. E KIT HARDWARE, WT, IOWA 80-81* miles. Cream colored with 1964 Chyrsler Newport 4-door. torqueflite^ power brakes. Only 23,000 miles and like new. 1964 Plymouth Fury 4-door Sedan. Has 8 cyl. torqueflite, power steering, power brakes and vinyl interior. Like new in and out. Factory warranty. 1964 Dodge 440 4 dr. Sedan. 6 cyl., torqueflite, radio, in turquoise with matching nylon and vinyl interior. Only 32,000 miles and has 18,000 miles remaining on factory new car warranty. 1963 Olds "98" 2-door Hardtop. A one-owner beauty with very low miles. Nicely equipped. 1962 Dodge Custom 880 4-door. A deluxe car with a small car price tag. Nicely equipped with 8 cyl., torqueflite, power steering, extras. A beauty. 1961 Dodge Phoenix 4-door Sedan, 8 cyl., torqueflite, power steering. Only 20,000 miles on rebuilt engine. 1960 Dodge 4-door Sedan, 6 cyl. straight shift. Good economical transportation. 1959 Dodge Coronet 4 dr., 8 cyl., torqueflite, power steering. Nice. 1958 Chevrolet 4-door, 6 cyl. straight shift. 1956 DeSoto 4-door. Way above aperage. TRUCKS 1965 Ford Econoline Van. Has big 6 cyl. engine and 3 sp«ed transmission. Windows all around. Ideal delivery vehicle. 1952 Ford 1-ton truck. Combination stock & grain box. H*s only 2,000 miles on a rebuilt V-8 engine. 4-speed duals. Good outfit. PODGE — CHRYSLER SOUTH PHILLIPS

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