Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 7
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Household Goods Sale V SATURDAY; OCT. 29 AT io A,M. Mr». LampHght will conduct S tale of the following house* did goods and miscellaneous item* at the Kowalsky home, 418 N, Minnesota St., Saturday, October 29th starting at 10 a.m. Gas range, apartment •fee refrigerator, kitchen table and 2 chairs, small cupboard, dish cupboard with glass doors, davenport, makes into bed, 21" cabinet model television complete with rotor and antenna, several small tables, recliner, oak rocker, occasional chair, book shelves, large wool rug, cot complete, treadle sewing machine, base cupboard, folding chairs, library table, dining room chairs, 2 electric beds complete, several 2 and 3 drawer chests, 2 feather beds, storage chest, step stool, carpenter's work bench, lawn furniture, step ladders, power lawn mower, push mower, garden tools, garden hose, hand tools, dishes, kitchenware, men's clothing and other miscellaneous items. 84 ! SELL- RENT- SWAP- MIRE • BUY - SELL- RENT- SWAP-HIRE - BUY • SELL* RENT IOW COST *» i'A-i tfl HIRE • BUY • SELL- RENT - SWAP • MIRE • BUY* SELL- RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUY - SELL- RENT Hogs FOR SALE — Purebred and Yorkshire boars. Tested and vaccinated. August Baumann, 3 miles east and 1 mile south of Lakota. Phone 2874. 82-84-86-88-90-92-94-96* FOR SALE — Purebred Duroc boars. Leonard Baas, 6 west, 4Va south of Algona. 13w82tfn USED CARS FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Boars, large rugged type, plenty of depth and muscle. Accredited herd. New blood lines. Behnkendorf Bros., Bradgate, la. 74-85* FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Boars, large rugged type, plenty of depth and muscle. Accredited herd. New blood lines. Behnkendorf Bros., Bradgate, la. 74-85* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — We wish to express t our most sincere appreciation to' all relatives, friends and neighbors for" floral and memorial gifts, cards and food during the illness and following the loss of our beloved Mother. A special thanks to the nurses and aides'at St. Ann hospital for their kindness, and to Rev. Merlin Davies and Rev. William R. Noland for their comforting words. The Family of Mrs. Agnes Walker. 84' 1966 BUICK Electra 225 4-door Hardtop, full power and air conditioning. 1966 BUICK Wildcat 4-door Hardtop, Cream Color, Black Cordivene top, power steering and brakes, air conditioning. 1965 BUICK LeSabre 4-door sedan, power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning. 1965 CHEVROLET Impala, 2-dr. Hardtop, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, 4 new tires, black color, low mileage. 1965 BUICK 2-door Grand •• Sport, Automatic, radio, local car.with only 12,000 actual miles. Black with .black bucket seats, center console, white Cordivene top. 1965 PONTIAC 2-door Hardtop G-TO.- 4-speed trans., center console, bucket seats, one owner car, real nice and clean. 1965 BUICK Riviera, 2-door Hardtop, power steering, power brakes. 1964 CADILLAC 4-door Hardtop, full power — steering, brakes, seats, windows and air conditioning. Local car with 35,000 actual miles. 1964 PONTIAC Catalina 4-door Hardtop, radio, automatic transmission, power steer- isg and brakes, regular gas engine, local car. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala 4-dr. Hardtop, V-8 and automatic trans. 1963 PONTIAC Bonneville 4- door Hardtop, dark turquoise color, full power, factory air conditioning. 1963 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, V-8, radio, Power G|ide Trans., Power steering and brakes. 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4-dr. sedan, V-8, Power Gljde, radio. 1962 CHEVROLET 9-passenger Station Wagon, V-8, Power GJide trans. 1962 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic "8,8", 4-door, power steer* ing and power brakes. 1961 MERCURY 9-p«f»en*er Station Wagon, power steering and brakes, new tirfs. I960 CHEVROLET Station Wa- g9n, 6-cylinde r, automatic trans., new tires, very, very clean. # *• •* SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS Horn* of CADILLAC . BUICK - PONTIAC — GAS FOR LESS — 1QQ9 S. Phillips Algoni, If. FC1. SALE DURCt 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* CARD OF THANKS — We wish to extend to friends, neighbors and relatives our appreciation for sympathy'and kindness in the loss of our son and brp*- ther, William Kern. We also wish to thank the National Guard, V. F. W., American Legion, Church roups, and the Class of 1964. qd Bless you. Mr. and Mrs. felvin Kern and family. 84* For Salt FOR SALE — Good used water softeners, reasonably priced. Paul A. James, Algona, Iowa. Phone 295-3311. Pioneer Soft Wa- t2r Service. '< 84-85 FOR SALE — Freight damaged sewing machine for balance of less than Vz. North Iowa Sewing Machine Ca, Algona, Iowa. 19W84-86 SPINET ORGAN — Tremendous reduction, factory warranty. In this area by Iowa's largest organ company. Cash or terms to responsible party. Inspect without-.obligation by writing Credit Manager, Acme Piano Co., Box 4093, H. P. Station, Des Moin.es Iowa 50313. 37W86* 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 Algona) Lone Rock phone 925-3301 59tfn JARD.O'F THANKS — We wish to extend our most sincere and eartfelt thanks to friends and elatives for the floral and spir- tual bouquets, cards, food and veryone who helped in every way following the death of our eloved husband and father. Mrs. Jertha Dettman and children. - 84* •••»•»••••••••••••*+»»»« Real Estate FOR SALE — Comfortable room house, 2 bedrooms with garage. Nicely located. Call Mrs Kowalsky 295-5993 or see Attor ney H. W. Miller. 20w84-8i FARMS? HOMES? BUYING or SELLING? If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans. Has Homes FOR SALE HEIRS SAY SELL One story home, 2 carpeted bedrooms, carpeted living room 16' x 20', mahogany paneled, birch cupboards in kitchen $6,700.00 10 Acres on North edge of Wesley — Good Land ONLY $4,500.00 4 bodroom, 2-story home, So, Thorington Street, Now vacant, In good condition. Priced it $8,700.00 ANY OF THESE MAY BE GONE TOMORROW — CALL TO SEE THESE PROPERTIES Farm Machinery FOR SALE — 1958 International M-8 picker. New 4-lug rollers. Used 6 seasons. Very good conr dition. Elmer Anliker, Vz mile east of Whittemore on Highway 18. 24w84 TRACTORS & PLOWS 1952 Oliver "88" gas, with wide front _._„___„ $800 801 Case Diesel, with new tires i $2600 310 Case Utility, with ioader, very good ! $2150 Demo Gas, 931 Case SAVE New Case 4-16 Trip Plow, $825 AED ,OF THANKS — I wish to expr.ess my sincere, thanks to all my relatives and friends for he visits, cards, flowers- and gifts while I was in th,e. hospital and at home. Also my sincere ;hanks to the nurses, hospital staff, Dr. Bourne' and Dr. Kene- 'ick. Mrs. Harry Thilges, Irving:on. 84* !ARD OF THANKS — We wish to thank the neighbors, friends and relatives for picking our corn, the ladies who fed the men and Carl Nelson for furnishing the gasoline. Words cannot ex.- press our appreciation for the many acts of kindness extended to us during Clif's illness. Mrs Clifton Benschoter and Arlen. . • I .48" Work Wanted WANTED — Corn combining Have 4-ro-w equipment. Rober Bleok, phone 295-2992. 10w84-8 EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Pocahontas Lumber Store Pro-Inventory Sale Heavy Slat Cribbing ____ 8.19 Red Cedar Shingles 11.95 4x9 Mahog, Panel, no flaws 3.39 Pouring Wool Insulatfon __ .74 245 Ib. T Lock Shingles— 7.99 1x12, 1x6 No. 1 Rough Boards 129.95 Steel Post ___. .75 235 Ib. 3 Tab Asphalt Shingles—. 6.75 No. 1 2x4, 2x6 Douglas Fir _., 119.95 Mahog. Entry Door, glazed 13.95 8' Birch Cabinets, finished ' ____' ':___ '•___ 189.95 Corrugated Steel Sheets — 9.95 4" to 4V 2 "x6'/2' Penta Post .81 4V2" to 5"x8' Penta Post t!49 3 Track Alum. Comb. Window 1 8.95 32x21 Stainless Sink 23.95 2x4 KD PreCut Stud .26 4x8 1/2" CD Plywood, Ext. Glue 3.36 12x12 Ceiling Tile .09'/2 9x7 Garage Door & Hdwe. 52)95 14x22 Garage Material — 307.70 24x42 Pole Shed Material 465.24 1000 bu. Temporary Crib 84.42 4x8 W Fir Plywood 2.19 SALE ENDS DECEMBER 17. SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION. special price ... 4—Used 4-14 Case Plows Lat3 3-16 Case Plow, high clearance $25( 1965 1010 Utility John Daere & Loader "H" Farmall with Duz-all Loader 1_41' Hutchinson 6" Auger w/motor, Drag out and motor. New mo. ago $600.01 1_44' Kelly Ryan Elev. $425.0 1—28'— 6" PTO Auger. 6—Good Used Elevators (All Sizes). > Many Others — TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. USED EQUIPMENT j 4 Ft. Tandem Kewanee disc, seal brg. $350 rrainovator Auger Wagon $150 'ractor rear wheel shield $ 25 STALK CUTTERS .undell Flail, 2 yrs. old $375 Jase Flail _ $175 New Idea No. 61 $195 H No. 26 Rotary __—__ $195 H No. 25 Rotary $175 2 Humboldt Cutters $25 and $50 2 Row Brady Demo __ SAVE 4 Row Brady Demo __ SAVE STew 7 x 12 Barge boxes _ $215 New 6 x 12 Heider, 42 in. sides : $295 Westendprf 8 ton gears $195 New 9 ton Calhoun gear, new 6 ply tires $250 CARROLL GARAGE AND IMPLEMENT Sarth, Minn. LuVerne, Iowa 84 Notices Algona, Iowa FOR RENT — Electric Sham- 'pooer tor $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona. FOR SALE OTTO WICHTEMMHL ESTATE Farm of 157.50 Acres Described as SEfrl l /2, 3-96-30 " Soil —Webster & Clarion Possession March 1, 1987 If interested see: Kenneth Bollinger, Fenton Iowa or McMahon and Cassel, Algona, Iowa. 80-86 USED MACHINERY LIST CORN PICKERS 3—Model 6A New Idea two row 1—Model 300 New. Idea 2—Model 307 New Idea mounted with new husking rolls 2—Model 250 M-M (very clean.) 1—Minneapolis-Moli-ne with rear elevator 1—Model 73 Oliver pull type 1—Model 2MHD I.H.C. mounted with sheller 2—Ford mounted to fit A-C Tractors or Ford 2—Model 227 John Deere with automatic greaser, like new 5—Model 227 John Deere — in good condition 1—Sheller to fit Model 227 John Deere 1—Model 16 International moun ted sheller — like new TRACTORS 1—Model D-17 Allis-Chalmers with adjustable front end 1—Model D-14 Allis-Chalmers with adjustable front end power steering 1—Model C Allis-Chalmers 1—Model WC Allis-Chalmers 1—'Model 30 Massey-Harris 1—Model G John Doere with new tires 1—Model Four-Star Minneapolis- M-oline with adjustable front end & power steering MISCELLANEOUS 1—Mo-del 300 Kewanee 44 ft. Elevator 1—Model 200 Kewanee 42 ft. Elevator 1—Model 175 New Idea 46 ft. Elevator 1—Model 60 New Idea Stalk Shredder 1—Case Stalk Shredder 1—Lundell Stalk Shredder 1—Gehl (clean cut) Shredder 1—Lundell one row. Corn Head for 606 Lundell Chopper 1—John Deere Drive-on Hoist 2—Stan Hoist hydraulic Drive-on Hoist 2—Flare Boxes with running gears WANTED CUSTOM PLOWING Richard A. Fritz Phone 928-2464 Titonka, Iowa Wanl To Buy WANTED — To buy silver dollars; alsolowa Centennial half- dollars; Frank Willmert, Blue ALGONA THURSDAY, OCf, 2?, J l " 84-85* for Rent FOR RENT -— 1 bedroom, home, all ••modern'. Gas heat. Virgil Shackelford, 295-5226. 84-85* ffHILE YOU WAIT/-*.; -KEYS'- MADE AT THE ALGONA 1 Coast-to-Coast Store i M I I M I I I II H-l-H'l I t I It-fr III II II I II I 1 ! I 1 1 1 1 ! 1 I 1 l.» FOR RENT — Furnished, aptrt- merit, all utilities furnished, close in, call after 4 p.m., phone 5:3786, Algona. • . ISwlOtfn FOR RENT— New farm home 5 mile's from Algona. Phone 295-3356. Ilw84$5 • __ , M-C Continuous Flow. Grain Dryin Makes Drying Burt i Pot wtt grain in the top ... fooled grain comes out no cracking or grind* . . perfect quality all the tint Mrs. George Hawcott 74-85 OTLL DO CUSTOM PLOWING — Have 806 and big plow. 'hone 8-5841, F. G. Gilmore, Whittemore, Iowa. 82-85* »•»•••»»»•»»••»*»»+»»»»« Help Wanted HELP WANTED — • Lady clerk Apply in person at Finn's Bak ery, Algona, Iowa. 12w8 WANTED — Beauty operators Guaranteed wage to start. Cal Sheakleys Beauty Salon, Algona Iowa, 295-3477, Delrae Keinn or Gene Rock. 19w8- AUCTION SALE Saturday, November 12, 1968 (1 P.M. Sharp) Complete closing out Auction of Groceries and store fixtures — J, "Jiggs" Kollisch Grocery Store I Station Location 2 miles north of St, Joe on Hwy. 169 or 8 miles south of Algona or Jl miles east of West Bend on Hwy. J69. AUCTIONEERS — Ronald Peck, Algona; Lylf Bensen, Ring«t«d LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA 50590 Tel. 272-4^01 85 DRIVERS OPENINGS AT EMMETSBURG, IOWA Prefer high school grads or equivalent. Must be 21 years of age or over. Neat in appearance. Excellent physical condition and .good driving record. ALSO CAR WASHERS NIGHT HOURS EXCELLENT WAGES Hospitalization—medical insurance — group life insurance — retirement plan — paid vacation and holidays. Thrift Plan (Employee, saving and Employer contribution) SPECIAL THURSDAY INTERVIEWS OCTOBER 27 Hours: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Apply United Parcel Service 12th and Lake St., Emmetsburg, Iowa UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Bring draft Classification card and DD214 84-85 The Junior M. Y. F. plans a ake sale Saturday in Burt. Weekend guests at Donald Mit> hell's were Mrs. L. C. Williams nd Mrs. Kenneth Williams, of elcome, Minn., Jane and Judy Miitoheill, Iowa City; Norlin Boyd, owa City; the Norman Mitchells and Bonda, Das M.oines. Weekend guests at G. H. Mc- Mullein's were Neal McMullen, of Mewell, the Carl Petersons, Pa- ion; Elmer Bierbaums, Cherokee; Madeline McMullen, Fullerton, Oalif. The T. N. T. club has a onie o'clock luncheon Oct. 25 at Esther Sorenson's for ' her birthday. Hostesses were Lillian Fre drickson, Mary Jean Andrews amd Clara Reynolds. : Mrs.; Elsie Larson, Delfield, N. D., visited. Thursday to Tuesday with her sister Mrs. Lillian Mehi- zer. -,. .''"'. The Arlen Johnsons, Minneapolis, spent several .days last week Tit Helen Johnson's and Doris tarso-n's. Jo Ann Ackeirman spent the weekend at the parental Earl Ac- werman's. She is employed by ;h)3 New Idea Avco-machinery plant in Fort Dodge. Taylor Implement Co. MI 111 M t 111-1-M..M..H..M'..I i AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 29 — 1 P.M. — at 1703 East Poplar Street Algona, Iowa 1948 Pickup — International 14 x 22 garage Hand saws and tools Copper wash boilers Forge Jugs Kerosene lamps Miscellaneous articles Humidifier Post drill Wash boards Used lumber Cleo Black Auctioneer — Carroll Fraser Clerk — Donald Madsen USED EQUIPMENT ELEVATORS Kewanee PTO Elevatcr ___ $345 PLOWS Case 3-14" Plow _________ $85 J. D. 666 Plow ____ _____ $345 4440 Oliver 4-16 Plow ____ $570 555 J. D. 4-14" Plow ___ _ $425 IHC 4-14" Semi-mtd. Plow $625 SHELLERS o, No. 6 John Deere Corn Shelter with PTO drive, trailer '-• type ________ ________ $795 1200 MM Sheller ______ $1245 MM 1200 PTO Shellmaster $139! 1210 M.M. w/48' of Drags $189$ PICKERS 6A New Idea Pickers $150 • $325 MM Pull Picker __________ $395 UP Ufii Picker with multi-. lube ______________________ $795 J. D. 227 Mtd. Picker ____ $745 TRACTORS MM M5 _______________ $2995 UB M. M _______________ $1495 445 MM _______________ $1495 MISCELLANEOUS New Idea 451 Cutter _____ $385 New Idea 61 Cutter _____ $295 John Deere 4- row Cutter _ $645 Humboldt Rotary Cutter __ $275 IHC Rotary Cutter ________ $345 New Idea Rotary Cutter __ $345 John Deere Rotary Cutter $225 Hobart engine driven Portable Services RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Rugs can be used the same day Free estimate. Ben B,ruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn $500.00 For Inventory puts you in your own Livestock Feed Necessity Business. Will bring $300.00 gross profit. Can be turned over every 4 to 7 days easily. Includes franchise on this county. No warehouse needed. Your own home is your office. Clean year around business. Livestock eat every day. Can be handled part or full time as you are your own boss. Age no handicap. Write P. T., Box 1432, Des Moines, Iowa for facts without obligation. 84-86 Also and' No. 37 IHC 13' Tandem Disc $495 Stan Hoist Loader with Snow Scoop ________________ $195 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 N. Main ALGONA H.I 13 Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "toll" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA CCC BIN SALE On Monday/ October 31, 1966. th-? Kossuth ASC County Com- rnjttee will ppan sealed bids on * limited number of-steel or aluminum bjns and 8" aeration fc.ns offered for sale at the follpwing sites: ALGONA — WESLEY — HOBARTON — SEXTON Bids will be accepted at the county office until 2:00 p.m. on October 31, 1966. Anyone interested in purchasing bins or fans at any of these sites may call at the county office for further information. Curtis P. Haahr, Office Mgr., Ko«uth County ASC5 Office, 1306 North Main St., Algon*, Iowa. FARM LOANS WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD FARMS TO BORROWERS WHO CAN QUALIFY. SEELEY REALTY GO. (OVER S & L) Office Phone a95-?35Q - Re*. §,3174 S r

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