Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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Nl|f SALE — tfalt Hampshire 'yearlirig boa'rs. Vac. and test-. fed. Also open Gilts, Joseph Skow, Wesley. itw98-3 FOR SALE — Purebred &.PI F. fouroc Boars. Gail Wolf, Lu- Verne, Iowa. Telephone Corwith 583*2435. . 13w98<3 FOR SALE — Duroc Boars. Top qiiality and breeding. P. M Chfistensen, Lone Rock, la. I2w85tfn FOR SALE — Purebred York shire boars. Tested and vaccin ated. Reasonable. August Bau mann, 3 miles east and 1 mile south of Lakota. Phone 886-2539 <••'•.;• l 95-100 ftmmimimii 11 II-H WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA \ Coast-to-Coast Store I . ' H' IIMI l"l I M I II-1 !• M I M i m SELL-RENT- SWAP-HIRE • BUY - GEILL-RENT • SWAP-HIRE -BUY • SELLRENT T If ^^^ ^f •I ^P^. B fi& V ^$i¥ dS&. &K iHHlSi IOW COST ^^^ ^^1^^ r^w mi ^HP ^*iw^ **^^^r mm Help Wanted HELP WANTED—Waitress or Manager, Coffee £hop, Hotel grill cook. Apply in person, Algona. 14w99-100 M-C Continuous Flow Grain Dryim I Makes ! Drying Easy.., Futwtt train to the top...Diy •ooled grain come* out wtom* tfcotfy... no cracking or friadV i taf... perfect quality all tho tawl WANTED — Bookkeeper for office work at Welp's Feed'Mali; Bancroft, Iowa. Must have work: ing knowledge of bookkeeping and we will train for other dur ties that must .be .performed; Good salary, paid vacation and other benefits..Call or apply in person-; tip r Welp's , Feed 'Mill/ James F. Welp, Manager, Bancroft, Iowa. Phone 4531. 50w99-102 SALES NOW LISTED Mow It the tlrnw to list your farm auction. The following are seme of the dates already listed: Dec. Ui Cyril Miller, southeast of Ledyard, large sale, 10 a.m. Now is the time to list your Farm Auction. If you are planning an auction of any kind phone me and I will be glad to discuss it with you. Charley Quinn Phone 5061 Bancroft, Iowa HELP WANTED — Bartender; Lady. (Will train). Full-time. Apply in person. Hotel Algona. , 13w98-99 GRAIN DRYEt Tayt( lor Implement Co. •H-M it. i .M..H-H.-M' I..M..H..H..H. Services MAN WANTED — with mechanical ability and on the farm ire service experience. Phone Delbert Ferguson, 4431, Bancroft, Fergie's Super Service. 20w98tfn WANTED — Men and women interested in working with the historical Family Atlas. Car necessary. Write P. 0. Box 400r J, Algona, Iowa. 97-100* NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 91tfr Want To Bay WANTED — Set Of Wal!d*Talk' ies, Phone 5-3198 after 6 10w94tfn Farm MachtaiiT FOR SALE — 2 F-12 Tract6*s with good tires. LuVerne Co op Elevator, LuVerne, Iowa: ' K . 13W98-99 FQR SALE —John Deere 494^ Planter. RG4 Cultivator-rear mount, 227 Picker & Shelter Don Budlong, Titonka, Iowa. : 98-99 FOR SALE — 1963 3010 Johf Deere Gas tractor, very ;gpbi con dition. Reason for selling, (ij service). Phone Lone. 4153. J Real Eslala ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANC6—/ MONDAY, DEC. 19/1966 FOR SALE --- House in Burt. Two bedrooms with full base* ment. Good garage. 1 block north of Main St. Burt, Iowa. Alvin Baumgard, 97-100* BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans. Jrowti. Steve Devine, Sr., is a patient t the Mercy hospital in Mason Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary attended the funeral of Emil 'ringnitz at Klemtoe on Monday. Jim and John Widen of Owa tonna, Minn, spent the weekend relatives and For Rent FOR RENT — Storage space, 9( ft. by 23 ft. Alley entrance Dr. Clapsaddle, 295-2244. 14w99tfn Notices WANTED Married Couple with small or no family on farm, must be neat and dependable. Someone that would be capable of going on his own in a year or two. Modern house, Icp wages, extras and good working conditions, no dairy. Start anytime after Jan. 1, 1967. Write Box 400H, Algona, Iowa. 96-99 RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Rugs can be used the same day Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn »««••»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»+»*+• For Sale »»»«»»•»»»»»»»»»»»**+»+* At Perceval's FOR SALE — Ice cream freezer. Restaurant size. Phone Hotel Algona, 295-3571. llw98-99 SPINET'PIANO, used, like new : can be seen in this vicinity Cash or terms to responsible party. For information write Credit. Mejr., fif.me Piano Compa ny, 521 Euclid Avenue, Des Moi nes, Iowa 50313. . 98-100' EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE FOR RENT — -., Electric Sham- pooer tor $1 with purchase of ,USTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best -Buy 19w93tfh FOR RENT — Modern house be tween Burt and Titonka afte January 15. See Herman Harms Titonka, la. Phone 928-2437. 99-100 with Corwith riends. Mr. and Mrs. Darwyn Mosisis and Mrs. C. E. Cram of Lohrville, visited Sunday at the arrol Cram home. Word was received of the death of Clarence Stephens. at Rochester, Minn, passed away on Monday, he is to be brough.1 back to Corwith for burial. His wife is the former Evelyn. Perk ins. St. Joe Mrs, Sylvester Wagner Mrs. Joe Sinnwell home on Wednesday afternoon from Mason City where she had been since Sunday in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sinnwell and family .while Mrs., Sinnwell was a medical patient in Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hilbert and family entertained in home on Sunday evening to a steak supper with the following attending: Mr. and Mrs. Law retice Hough and sons, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thore* son, Swea City, Mr. and' Mrs Beryl Priebe j and "Mr. and Mrs Gary Priebe/ Algona, Lee Dry ' *V * T TA1_ £ ^« .J ** "- -J.J T, Betty er, Dennis Uthof. and Marvin ... , iPompe, Fenton,' Dick Reding w .,t..; Clay> i e ?>™ er Whittemore and Dick'Erpelding Wilhite now of River- Doraiie Erpeiding and Hbwarc in.n ••fall rtnn ntrvlro __ _ -. c — CT ~ side, California, fell and broke Kohlhaas. ne !T ^P—. , - _. ••,. , John Origer came home on Delta Circle^met Thursday at Saturday fr * m St. Ann hospital the home of Mrs. George Yeo- in Aig^a whe i»e he had been a man with a. 1 o clock luncheon. L^^^ patient Mrs. Gertrude/SteinlichtMt Mr anFd Mrs H^^ Reding Three bedroom °. n Monday for Norwalk, Call- nt the ^^^^ ^th tfisdr ' fornia to visit relatives for s_ev-L^ ughter and son . in -law, Mr. eral weeks She will also visit L nd Mrs Da le Chicolne, Jeffer- at the Jim Hankm home at New son South Dakota. Mexico. FOR RENT ; mobile home, furnished or unfurnished. 295-3935, avail-able now. 12w99-100 FEED THE BIRDS THIS WINTER! We have Sunflower seeds, Wild Bird Feed, Cracker Corn or any mixture of the above feeds. Available from 5 to 100 Ib. bags. Call or stop in th|s week. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED 5-2701 South Phillips St FOR RENT — My small house at 1120 E. North St. Reasonable price. Gas heat. If interested contact Milton G. Norton. Phone 295-2548 or 295-3836. 24w98-99 FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in, call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. ISwlOtfn SERVICEMEN Cattle Household Goods JOHN K. OLSON Ft. Sill, Okla. (AHTNC) —Private John K. Olson, 19, son of j he Lee H. Olsons, Route 1, Lakota, completed eight weeks of advanced artillery training Dec 15 at the Army Artillery and Missile School, Ft. Sill, Okla. He was trainer as a cannoneer in field artillery. FOR SALE — Polled H< Club calves. B. L. O'Roninell, Lone Rock, Phone 925r3963, .-• FOR SALE — Chairs, rockers, G. E. Refrigerator, washing machine, sewing machine, miscellaneous household , goods. T M 'Kelly, ptibtie 295-2749. 617 S Dodge St. 20w91tfn 1965 Plymouth Fury Station Wagon. Nicely e- quippcd with V-8 engine, Torqueflite, Power Steering, radio, whitewalls and other extras. Bronzercolor with matching vinyl interior. '67 license. 1965 Dodge Polara 4 door, Factory Air Conditioned, Torque- flite, power steering, radio, whitewalls. A fine one- owner car with very low miles and factory warranty remaining. Gold color with matching nylon interior. 1965 Plymouth Fury 4 door sedan, 8 cylinder, Torqveflit3, power steering, radio. A one-owner car in excellent condition. 1965 Dodge Polara 4 door, 8 cylinder, Torqueflite, power steering, radio, whitewalls. A one-owner beauty, Arctic Blue. Warranty. 1964 Pontiac Tempest LeMans 2 door Hardtop. "326" engine, floor shift, console, bucket seats, 1962 Ford Country Sedan Wagon. 8 cylinder, Crujseomatic, power steering, radio, Only — ^ ~ ,— $895 1961 Dodge Phoenix 4 door, 8 cylinder, Torqueflite, power steering, radio. Clean qpr. 1961 Ford 4 door, 6 cylinder, stick shift. Runs good and only --.--.- $395 1960 Pontiac 4 door. Has radio, automatic, power steering, power brakes. Only —-,.— $495 1960 Olds Holiday 2 door Hardtop. A beauty -^- very low mii«f and like new. 1959 Buick 4 door Hardtop, automatic, power steering. Clean car. 1959 Plymouth l«!v, 4 floor, 8 cylinder, automatic, powtr steering, W»y above average, 1957 Ford Ranch Wagon. Stick shift. Good second car — only • *'5 1953 Pontjic 4 door »- only —- $35 TRUCKS ms Dodg« V? Ton Pickup. 9 ft. bo*, *ptyf e r> } *Pf e * Has. only 94,000 mile$ and has 26,000 mile; of factory warranty left. 1950 Ford'/a Ton Pickup. Run; good. 1949 Chevrolet V? Ten Pickup. SEE THi NfW DQDGES-CHRYSIER5--POPGE TRUCKS plenty of units in stock and ready to go! PERCIVAL'S Lower their cost of growing up Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw »•»•••»••••••»**»•+***** Suggests RCA VICTOR TAPE RECORDERS AND PLAYERS Barton, SUtter, tarth Central diool, Manly, has one of the outstanding ents of high school he country. The National cil of Teachers of, English h «' lamed him a 1966 national ,Vti , its annual Achievement Awards competition. DISSOLVE OTHAt POPGE — ALGONA BEEF FEEDS The best way to figure out the cost of a feeding program is to measure the profit at market time, And more and more Midwest feeders report they are making more money on the CO-OP Beef Feed program. There are two reasons: FEEDS with full and balanced nutrition — to give livestock maximum gains per unit fed. CONDITIONING and health programs — to keep poor condition from "dragging down" gains. Take your choice of Complete Feeds? or Concentrates, which can be fed with your own grain and roughage, ration- formulated to produce better results for you. Get CO-OP Beef Feeds with or without Stilbesirol, the ingredient which can stimulate gains by J5%, and improve feed utilization by 10% — at a cost-of about 2/10 of a cent per head • per day. Come in and let's discuss it. YOUR BEEF WILL GAIN MORE — YOU'LL PROFIT MORE OK THE CO-OP BEEF FEED PROGRAM - AT YOUR CQ-QP Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CO^OP and Golden Sun Feet!s -•The Mission Circles of St John Lutheran church had thedr annual .Christmas luncheon on Wednesday at 1 o'clock. The Priscilla Circle was the hostess and the Eunice Circle had the program. The new officers presided at the meeting, they were: President, Mrs. Luther Kinne, Treasurer, Mrs. Carvel Risvold aind- Secretary, Mrs. Russell Tebben. :> Mrs. Elmer Marr and Mrs. Viola Brown visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. Chris Pedersen at Hitmboldt. ;.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Living- SQO attended the Christmas Dinner of the Pfister Seed Corn Co. at the Holiday in Mason City on Monday. " Mr, and Mrs. John Mullin visitor Mrs. Merle Holt at Hum- brjldt on Sunday and in the evening visited at the Leonard MiiUin home. : Mrs. Faye Gietoel of Denhart spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs, Charles Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson and son Steve oif Iowa O,ty spent the weekend in Chicago, Hi., to attend the wedding of Robert Gebhard and Nancy due to a cold with Upjohn Three expectorants help dissolve congestion i Contains no narcotics or antihistamine • Safe even for two year olds* • Delicious wild cherry flavor •Used as cjiroclnd $ 1 Takes the kink out of cleaning —Gives you Deep-Cleaning Power Pak Systeni! • Cordaway smoothly reels out just •s much cord as you need, retracts automatically , • l'/z Peak h.p. fan jet motor with dual exhausts for greater cleaning efficiency .. _ • Toe switch, flip-top lid, Sanitized* treated disposable dust bag • Long Life nylon hose • Deluxe set of cleaning accessories it no extra cost ,, WHISK-Handiest Hand Vac You fverUsed! • WHISK cleans and freshens all kinds of upholstery, gets at the dirt in the folds and on top of draperies. • WHISK helps you keep your car "showroom clean EUREKA Deluxe Automatic Upright Vacuum Cleaner at TOM'S RADIO & TV • Adjustable 3-position handle • Lifetime lubricated motor _ • Special Sanitized® specially treated disposable dust bag,-'— •' dust bag cover • All metal construction Mode! 233 i », : & # h 3 ALGONA Read's Fu- AND Watson Interiors Algona »»»++»»»*»»*+»++»»++»»+»•+•»»»••++**++»++»*••***• * t "Your Algona Rexall ftore" M; For Top Performance CO-OP Gasoline Fuel Oils Oils and Lubricants Call 54614 CERTIFIED EED BEANS UP TO 50% ON THE FINEST CHRISTMAS TREES « TONY'S TREE FOREST PAIUY t EVENINGS UNTU 50LO OUT" Junction gl Highways 19 S 149 North of Algona - NOW AVAILABLE — A-100 HAWKEYE • HAROSOY • LINOARIN • CKIPPEWA 64 ALSO ON HAND — LIMITED SUPPLY OF AMSOY SEED BEANS and STQRMONT and CUNTFORD OATS Algona Flour & Food "Taylor's Prescription-Made. 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