Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1966
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FNS* SPINET PlANO, used, like new, can be seen itt % this vicinity. Cash or terms to responsible bartyt For information write: Credit Mgr., Acnie Piano Company, 521 Euclid Avenue, Des Moi- ties, Iowa 50313. 98-100* CARS ^^^ "~~ ' • '''i 11 v.'-^T^TJ's^iT'^'V--' SELL- RENT - SWAR • MIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT - SWAR - HIRE • BUY - SELL- RENT * SWAR • HIRE : i LOW COST HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT • SWAR - HIRE • BUV- SELL- RENT - SWAP • HIRE • BUV • SELL- RENT Farm Machinery 1965 BUICK Specie! V-6,4-door sedan, radio, 3-speed tram- mission. IMS BUICK Rivltra, 2-door Hardtop, powtr steering, power brakes. 1965 MERCURY Montclair 4-dr. with Breeieway window, power steering, power brakes, local car with 33,000 miles, Mercomatic, red with white top. 1965 BUICK Wildcat 4 door, 23,000 miles, power steering and brakes, radio, automatic trans., white. 1964 FORD 4-door, radio, Fordo- matic,V,8. 1964 CHEVROLET Chevelle . : Station Wagon, V-8, power steering, power brakes, white color. 1964 PONTIAC Star Chief 4-dr., power steering and brakes, auto, trans., blue color with blue vinyl interior. 1964 PONTIAC Catalina 4-door Hardtop, radio, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, regular gas engine, local car. 1963 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Hardtop, power steering and power brakes. 1963 CHEVROLET I m pa la 2-dr. Hardtop, Super Sport, 4-speed transmission. 1963 PONTIAC Star Chief 4' door Hardtop, dark turquoise color, full power, factory air conditioning. 1962 PONTIAC Tempest Con- l_ yertible, radio, automatic trans., red with white top white bucket seats. 1962 BUICK Electra 4-door sedan, power steering, power brakes. 1962 BUICK LeSabre 4-door Hardtop, power steering and brakes, white color. 1962 CHEVROLET 9-pas.senger Station Wagon, V-8, Powe Glide trans. 1961 BUICK 4-door Hardtop, ' cream color, power steering and brakes, auto. ; trans. 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, power steering and brakes, automatic. 1960 BUICK LeSabre 2-door Hardtop, power steering and power brakes. 1960 BUICK LeSabre, 4-door \_ Hardtop, power steering and brakes, very clean. 1960 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, automatic trans., new tires, very, very clean. SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS t Home of CADILLAC < BUICK • PONTIAC -QAS FOR LESS^ 1009 S. Phillipt Algona, U, FOR SALE — 1963 3010 John Deere Gas tractor, very good condition. Reason for selling, (in service). Phone tone Rock 6254153. 19w90tfn Notices >eeeeee»ee»eeeee»»eeee» FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer tor $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy 19w93tfn Rial Estate eoooeooooooooooooooooooe FOR SALE — House in Burt. TWO bedrooms with full basement. Good garage. 1 block north of Main St. Alvin Baumgard, Burt, Iowa. 97-100* BUYING or SBLLINO? FARMS? HOMES? If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans. ' Fer Heel FOR RENT — My small hquse at 1120 E. North St. Reasonable price. Gas heat. If in'terested contact Milton G. Norton. Phone 295-2648 or 295-3836. ^-) JMwftOtfn eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee FEED THE BIRDS THIS WINTERI We have Sunflower seeds, Wild Bird Feed, Cracker Corn >r any mixture of. the above eeds. Available from'5 to 100 b. bags. Call or stop in this week. ALGONA FLOUR A FEED 2701 South Phillips St. »eeeeeeeee»e»eeeeee«eee» Lost ft Found •••ee«ee»eee»eeeeeeee»»« 1<OST — Between city parking lot and Security State Bank a )illfold, containing plenty of identification. Keep money. Call 332-3271. 100* Cattle FOR SALE — Fresh Holstein cow, 4 springing heifers. Ph 295-2091, Larry Gisch, Algona. 14\v 100-? Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation HonslMU Bssds FOR RENT — Storage space; 90 ft. ^y 23 ft. Alley enfownce. Dr. Clapsaddle, 295-2244. 14w99tfn Now Is the tlm« to list your arm auction. The following are onto of the dates already listed: Doc. 28: Cyril Miller, south* east of Ledyard, large sale, 10 a.m. If you are planning an auc- 'ion of any kind phone mo and I will be glad to discuss it with you. Charley Quinn FOR RENT — Modem house tween Burt and Titonloa alter January 15. See Herman Harms, Titonka, la. Phone 928-2437: FOR SALE — Chairs, rockers, G. E. Refrigerator, washing machine, sewing machine, miscellaneous household goods. T. M. Kelly, phone 295-2749. 617 S. Dodge St. 20w91tfn FOR RENT — Three bedroom mobile home, furnished or un furnished. 295-3935, ,,available now. I2w99-100 FOR RENT — Furnished apart ment, all utilities furnished close in, call after 4 p.m.', phone 5-3786. Algona. "ISwlOtfn »»e>eee»ooo»o»«ooo»»»o»oo Hogs «ooe»eeeeeeee»e»ee»«»e»« FOR SALE — Fall Hampshire yearling boars. Vac. and tested. Also open Gilts. Joseph Skow, Wesley. • 17w98-3 FOR SALE — Purebred S. P. F. Duroc Boars. Gail Wolf, Lu- Verne, Iowa. Telephone Corwith 583-2435. 13w98-3 Help Wanted u SALESHOW Phone 5061 Bancroft, Iowa ••»eeeeee»»eee»ee«e»«»e« Card of Thanks ee«ee»eeeee»ee»«ee»eeee« CARD OF THANKS — We wish to thtfnk all of our relatives and friends for making our 40th anniversary such, a memorable occasion. A special thanks for the.many cards, .gifts and fruit basket from the Legion. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Sorensen. 100* Ameir. PublK Wks., Dues ---Arwell, 1 Service ii._.— ortt Ins., Work'. Comp. bhon «. Co., Book'Add. .. City Clerk, Adv. Cosh < -, W. Finn,'Court' Costs : oster Eufrv., 'Repairs- '-->. Coch Bros., Lamp ' Utt SEIec.,- Service'.—STREET 3urrls, . Salary -•-.-, : Burtis, Salary : rambach, Salary -' -Helmers, Salary --i--- -ashbrbok, Salary "ergande, Salary Wlbben, Sala_ry _- ---Sifert, Salary' la. State Bk., Wholdlng State Comm., Wholding Life Inv. Ins.', Premium . Algono Mur>. Utll., Utilities . Blossom Ins., Work. Comp. — Bradley Equip., Supplies Cook's .Welders, Chloride — Ft. Dodge Towel, Service Miller Lbr., Supplies —, N. Central Gas, ,Service--- — Sieg Co.j Supplies Utt Elec., Service --ROAD USE TAX Algona 'Machine Shop, Repairs Arnold Motor Supply, • Repairs _ .Brayton Rod., Service,—, H.'M.. Brown, Repjairs — Greenberg's, Repairs • Hilton's, Repairs __;. Sunray DX,"Gas & Oil .1 Taylor Motors, Repairs- :_ City' Clerk, Adv. Cash PUBLIC 'SAFETY Boekelman/ Salary Bulten, Salary . Day, Salary —-_.; :—'J. Hutchison, Salary —^ »__. Jorgenson, Salary Thompson, Salary Ibert, Salary --• '. —__.:- /oigt, Salary a a. State Bk., Wholding _-!__ tare Comm., Wholding rust & Agency, Pension .ife Inv. Ins., Premium FOR SALE — Duroc Boars. Top quality and breeding. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, la. 12w85tfn WANTED — Outstanding Opportunity for .married man age 25 to 50 who can meet our requirements. Weekly guarantee of $150 plus extra earnings. No travel outside Kossuth "County. Excellent fringe benefits. All replies held confidential. Contact Box 400S for additional information. ' 40wlOO-101 FOR SALE — Purebred Yorkshire boars. Tested and vaccinated. Reasonable. August Baumann, 3 miles east and 1 mile south of Lakota. Phone 886-2539. 95-100* ^ MARRIED MAN WANTED :-• On seoarate farm. Modern hquse. Start March 1st. Good-working conditions. No dairy. Top'wages and extras. Must have reierene- es. Must be neat and dependable. Live 2 miles north and; IV* east of Alexander, Iowa. Phone 6923293, George Barkema;;]Alexah- der, Iowa. '.; > ; ' ; - !l ; •'•.-,•.> 44W100U CAK:D OF THANKS — we wish to thank each and everyone for all the kind deeds and sympathy extended to us during the sudden death and loss of our husband and father. The many cards, memorials, flowers and donations of food were much appreciated. We extend a special thanks to Rev. Ofstedal for his orayers, comforting words and his 1 sincere message, also to those who provided special music, to those who prepared and served the noon meal and the lunch. Your thoughtfulness during this time of bereavement will always be remembered. Mrs. Alice Potthoff, the Raymond Potthoffs, Vernon Potthoffs, Lester Schwartzes and Duane BAH HUMBUG! grill cook. Apply inj person Manager, Coffee Shop, Hate Algona. 14w99-101 WE WONT BE OPEN CHRISTMAS BUT WANTED — Bookkeeper for of fice work at Welp's Feed Mill Bancroft, Iowa. Must have work ng knowledge of bookkeeping and we will train for other du ies that must be performed ood salary, paid vacation and other benefits. Call or apply in person to Welp's Feed 'Mill. James F. Welp, Manager, Ban* croft, Iowa. Phone 4531. 50w99-lQ2 ... Merry Christmas And Happy New Year TO ALL! j I I j SID'S CAFE 114 N. Thorington ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295 9U7 Metzgers. 100' THE COMMISSION IOWA STATE COMMERCE 20.00 15.00 33.37 40.00 5.75 64.00 8.40 13.46 4.00 '177.58 147.95 158.76 , 137.56 47.89 215.87 145.71 140.69 88.80 13.10 95.52 28,538.38 925.15 5.00 333.50 3.50 3.60 97.54 1.95 89.65 6.35 18.31 2.50 '646.06 50.95 12.50 145.16 5.40 7.99 318.87 214.3 196.33 237.69 242.5 148.85 36.02 189.90 193.40 32.0' 19.3E 142.98 irodley Equip., Tires Gopher Shooters, Supplies 3reenberg's, Repairs Mensley & Gibbs, Supplies .* Hutzell's, Service 'I Sunray DX, Gasoline j.- Taylor Motors, Mounts Tom's TV, BatterieV 3ehr's Servire, Gasoline .. Blossom Ins., Work. Comp. .. loost-to-Coast. Batteries : eld Equip., Supplies : rederick Hdwe., Supplies Harris Fire Contl-ol, Supplies . Hilton's, Gasoline City Clerk, Adv. Cosh —.._.. . SANITATION Gade, Salary „. la. State Bk., Wholding .... Reding Gravel, Sewer Work _•_ Humboldt Concrete, Tile Blossom Ins., Work. Comp. — Carson's, Point ...^ Coast-to-Coast, Supplies '_ North Cent. Gas, Service .1 — Utt Elec., Service Pratt Electric, Supp. City Clerk, Adv. Cash SE\VER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary Lemkee; Salary la. State Bk., Wholding State Comm., Wholding Life Inv. Ins.,. Premium Algona Machine, 'Labor __ Blossom Ins., .Work'. -Camp. — Brown Supply, 'Su'oplies _* Frederick Hdwe..- Supplies _-l- Pratt Elec., Bulbs _..-- J - _ 'RECREATION. Boldridge, Salarv »__ la. State Bk., Wholding w State Comm., Wholding Life Inv. Ins., Premium. Blossom Ins., Work. : Comp. __ Hilton's, Repair DEBT SERVICE la. DM Natl. Bk.; Interest ._. Security State,' Interest' .__.-. PARKING METER Groen, Salary Nauholz, Salary 32.70 3.39 6.89 2.60 40.80 85.45 .6.21 5.00 ;3.90 T62.10 2.18. 2S1.90 1.49. 343.50 21.28 4.96 ' ,• f • 93.f5 .1.00 2,148.00 600.78 73.19: 9.24 2.26 15.63 2.00 1.74 1.25 162.57 216.25 23.90 4.83 29.1 32M5 114.10 22.05 4.71 139.50 '10.10 2.09 8.0 135.64 1-.5I .. 77.5 270.2 57.2' ALOONA (low.) AOV^NCi-S THURSDAY, DEC. 22, IMfc'p MAN WANTED — with mechanical ability and on the farm ;ire service experience. Phone Delbert Ferguson, 4431, Ban croft, Fergie's Super Service. 20w98tfn . KP^ L) .Wi COUNTY lOvv A' Donald J. Godwin, Des Moines, Iowa transferor and Craven Transport, Inc., Des Moines Iowa, transferee, have filed c joint application for the Commissions ao oroval of the transfer of Ceftificate o Convenience and Necessity No. LC-2 which authorizes operations as a Liquid Transoort Carrier between all points i the State of Iowa: The Commission hos fixed Tuesday January 10, 1967. ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at its office in Des Moines, Iowa as time ondiplace for public hearing in the above docketed aoolication. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION' Dick A. Witt, Chairman Frank B. Means, Commissioner Bernard J. Martin, Commissioner ATTEST: E. B. S*nrev, S-cret"'" Jated at Des Moines, Iowa, October 25, 1966. Docket No. DLC-285. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, December 22 and 29, 1966. WANTED — Men and interested in working with the historical Family AtJas,. Caj necipssary. Write P. O, Box '~~ 4 J, Algona, Iowa. 97-100* e•e•• Services ii DURING a THE HOLIDAY SEASON ^BMP '.UPHlP fl^^^^^^r^' ^^RIRJBB^^ ^^^w ^^^^^ NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 Mun : nnn wi'l Youth Oltfn EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE M*C Continuous Flow. Grain Drying A|/V K g m ~ ^^™ffllfc ^|«V/ ^L ^^f d^«W«^*l ^JlV 1 £ M\. ^V^ ^^"^^*- COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council mf-t in regular se*- sion Dec. 14, 1966 with Mavor Finn nnd the following Cnuncilmen nresent: Muckp", Andreasen, Cook and Miller. Absent: bert and Peirce. Minutes of last m^etinn were oonrn Resolution appro"ing the tron«f $43.538.38 from thi Alnona Utilities to the Street fund wns a^nt Moved and seconded that the Citv cooperate, in the Neighborhood Corps' project; ••; . • ' •. .... :;'• ^Prdoosed Ordinance .45'.; was. .intrndu- a'nd'aiven th'e first reading .wnich is designating South Hall and South Minnesota street as throuoh streets. Proposed Ordinance 453 was introduced ond given the first reading which is requiring a stop sian on Fair street at the intersection of Fair & Minn°sota and stop sign on the Swimming Pool road before entering th-? Call Stnte Park road. Proposed Ordinance 454 was intrpducec and given the f'rst reading which is des ignoting the followinn intersections o school stops: North & Dodge street, Ken nedv & Harriet street, State & Main street Call & Main street. - -Proposed Ordinance 455 was introduce gnd given the first re->dinn which author 'I'yss the impounding of vehicles left park "ed uoon a street for a continuous period of 24 hours or more. Proposed Ordinance 456 wos introduced and given the first reading which prohibits parking on North stre°t from Dodg« to ' "re street, and on North street fr^m McP^erson street to the East propertv lin" of St. Cecelia's Academy, exceot for th" purpose of loadina and unloading school suoils. from the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. on school days. Proposed Ordinance 4S7 was introduced and given the first reading which prohib- ts parking on Thorington, Dodqe. Moore and Harlnn street on each said str-?»t ictween Call and Nebraska street, and on Jones street between State and Nebraska. and on Nebraska street between Hall and Jones street, ond on State street between Jpnes and Hall street between 2'00 A.M. ,d 6:00 P.M. and prohibitini parking in excess of 2 hours between 9:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M., except on Sundays and Holidays on Nebraska street between Thor- inflton and Moore street ond the North s..ide of Nebraska street between its intersection with Jones street and the present High School Annex Eost propertv line ond on the South sid<; of Call street between Jones and Harlan Street. Moved orfi seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. Smith, City Clerk. GENERAL Finn. Salary $ 123.45 Smith, Salary 7*6 *' Sands. Salary 120.39 la'. State Bk., Wholdinq 60/0 State Comm., Wholdinq 6 Life Inv. Ins., Premium 37. Algona Postmaster. Envelopes _ 67. Advance, Publishing 49.70 iiM.H I»ti H I 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 Taylor Implement Co. WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- *H0f AT THE AIGONA Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates a. State BR., Wholding ..... tote Comm., Wholding ..-•_-rust 8. Agency, Pension ---- ife Inv. Ins., Premium - — - ilossom Ins., Work. Comp. - irown Supply, Signs ....... - lowan Corp., ^Supplies Uft Elec., fcedalrs TRUST & AGENCY Egli, Pehsfon Published in tfta\Algona County Advonde, Algona, "'December '22, 1966. „.. , 45.20 6,53 3.29 29J7 32.72 80.00 < 1.79 23,90 YES — WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON TO BORROWERS WHO CAN QUALIFY: 1 ' SEELEY REALTY CO. Office Phone 295-2350 Friqidaire Maytag Monarch SALES SERVICE BEED Read's APPLIANCE Tikes the Mr* out of cleaning —Gives you Deep-Cleaning ' Power PakSyitem I • Cordaway smoothly reels out just as much cord as you need, retracts, • automatically ^ IVi Peak h.p. fan jet motor wit*, dual exhausts (or greater cleaning' efficiency ^ • Toe switch, Hip-top lid, Sanitized* treated disposable dust bag • Long Life nylon hose • Deluxe set of cleaning accessories at no extra cost WHISK-Handiest Hand Vac You Ever Used! • 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 • Adjustable 3-position handle • Lifetime lubricated motor • Special Sanitized® specially treated disposable dust bag, vinyl dust bag cover • All metal construction AND Watson Interiors Algona Hiiiiuinnuuntnu Watch for pur Big-Pre-lnventory DISCOUNT SALE Starts Tuesday, D ec. 27 Full Details In Next Monday's Ko»$ulh County Advance Harrison Variety

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