Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 26, 1966 · Page 12
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4-AlAOMA (!•*•) AOVANCibKh tnd littte daughter Maty MONDAY,, DIC. k )W . We*« Christmas guests of Dr. id-20. Years By Molly MecDenafd A'weekly feature of . • by-gone days December 20, 1956 The ROM Bowl gam* WM re* sponsible tor a, maas, exodus ot County citizens to Cai- iioriua. Among tilose irom AI- gona who puuuned to watcn Iowa battle Oregon state m >asadeiia on Jaikiary i were Dr. ana- Mrs. K «J. Srtiuikn, l>r. and Mrs. K. 'Me&sers an<t C. Mesdames ana DICK McUuinls, L E. unnan, Lloyd Pratt, L». f. smith, oeaii Tayior, l>on Hutcni&on, Joel Hel'oist, 'Tom Sampson,, Dale Heeren, or- nile WICKS, Charles McVay, Alfred Schenck and Harold luicn ;<wireutner.' ->, There were two enlistments \thait week according to aeieeuve •Service clem idem Wood: HOD- CM, u. ixauwai't. and i>ean u. 'Grimm, boon or Weat bend, had iGiuiSttiU in the Navy : ite^rvt!3. The Hour Corners motner and Daughter ciuo met at ivirs. -sell waiters home. and Mrs. iiioines. W. At "Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brad/ ley, Mary Ann, inerese and Anthony were Christmas day guests of Mr. and mis, Hemy uiges at bode, 'line are parents ot Mrs. tfracuey, "Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ingham spent Christinas at O&R*ioo*a itn Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Sears, parents of Mrs. inghant." December 17, 1936 "Dog Saves Men Downed by Bull" was the banner headline that weeK, 'Ihe accompanying story said Fran* Loss ot Irving- tOn was saved trom "almost certain deatn" by his ainepneru dog. Mr. Loss was attached by a maddened. Hereford Mill iu the dttrnyard. Tue uog rusneu to his master's deienwe, leaipeit at the bull and. urew us attention away winiie ivu. jjoss crawled out 01 tne enclosure, The dog tuien escapes oy jumping over the fence. Mr. Loss sui- tered a kronen collar bone ana several -broken rios out was reported doing well. Dick Shackelford, former A.H.S. student, was elected captain of the Simpson college loot- ball team. In an old-time fiddlers' con* test at a Community Club meet ivul- ler and Mrs. Eidon Shaw. iVirs. Hoiuren and ivira. ,Jaiu ttons for men, from a local clothing store were Arrow shirts for $1.95 and pigskin gloves lor $2.65. front the Locals: "Charles Cretemeyer, Boston, expected Saturday for the with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Cretzmeyer, He will return to Harvard, where he is a junior, early in the New Year, "Mrs. H. W. Miller spent from Monday til yesterday with Mends at Belmond. "Mr, and Mrs, Eugene Murtagh and their daughter Judith moved yesterday from the Joel Herbst tenant house on North Thorington to the home of Eugene's mother, Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. A Eugene Murtagh house which is being built in the north end of town by Cowan and Son Will be completed within the next several weeks. "Lucia Wallace has continued to substitute as first and second grades teacher in the Third Ward shcool during the last week for Madelon Hess, who is still sick. "Margaret Blossom, Fenton teacher, is expected tomorrow for a two weeks vacation at home. Kathryn Misbach who teaches at Emmetsburg is expected Sunday.? / Phone to go ahead at Lone Rock Lone Rock — Board members of the Lone Rock Co-op Telephone Co. met Dec. 16 to evaluate the results of a letter survey taken, from subscribers on proposed improvements to the rural phone service. The letters were sent out in October and after the returns Were tabulated it has been announced by Curtis Olson, manager of the company, that the results were 74% in favor of the improvements and 26% against the proposed expenditure and improvements. The board has decided to precede with the necessary arrangements to apply for a long- term, loan with the : REA. Because the loan was not applied tor until the results of the survey were received and length of time that is required to process and approve a loan of this nature, work on proposed upgrad- from ft. Ructet, Ala., ritic* the Urttef part of Noveinber. fie- fore coming home he yiMted his brother Paul, who is in the navy ttt Norfolk, Va. Dec. 26 to' reodft Tom leaves to Oakland, Calif., end wilt be leaving for Viet Nam. Larry, Who is a corporal in the artillery, is home on leave from Ft. Riley, Kan. He has been home since the middle of December and will leave Dee, 28 to return to Ft. Riley. He also is .scheduled to leave iti the heat future for Viet Nam. Kay GeitzenaUer, sister, has been home for a few days to Visit with her brothers before they have to leave. She teaches at Cal Community School at Latimer. Th« Harold Haftni, THonka, have, a. girl, Paula ,tean, born imvc-, «. £u if, i auto. ,wcw»,. .uunii Dec. 20. Mfs, Hdrms is the lor' mer Stndra Schfldendorf, dughter of the Alfred. Schaden^ doffs* Lone Rock. The Hermati Harms are the, paternal grandparents, . ,\ , ^, 4 The Junior Hulburts had as guests Surtday for an early Christmas dinner Mary Hulburt, who works for WDGY radio station iti Minneapolis, Rachael Hulburt,, student nurse at St. Barnabas hospital in Minneapolis, Minn., the Dale Schroeders, •Lone Rock, Don Hulburts, Fenton, and Peggy Pettit, Fenton. The Junior Hulburts will leave Sunday for Grapevine, Texas, for a week with the Merwyn ttulburtt who moved to The son of the Kenneth is home from fenkato State College fot the Chriatmas holidays, the Jonfett pit* to spend the Christmas weekend visaing relatives. They Will visit Mis, Hazel Miller, lndepetidcf.ce, Mrs. Jones' mother, ana the parents of Mr. Jones, the A. K; Jones, Wlnthrop. The Delmar Fischers And Steve, and Roy Jensens attend* ed the Christmas music' program of the Fischer's daughter, Mrs. Bill Shelton. Mrs. Snelton is the vocal teacher for North* West Webster Community School. She haa grades kinder garten through 12th. recently Mrt. Ruth Kru*g*r bid htt birthday dub Saturday for the annual Christmas party and for Mrt. France* Thompson's day. They had a giit exchange, and guests were Esther Flaig, Maude Blanchard, Eda Long, Rose Kratt, Florence Scltroeder, Mary 1 Gennch and Mde Quinn. line Roger Jensens had as gueaU Sunday evening, the Roy Jensens, Tena Jensen, and Frank Flaigs. Rodney Jensen, is home for the holidays from Ames. The L. A. Hackbarths, Algona, had as guests Sunday the Herb Hackbarths, Whittemore, Ken* neth Hackbarths, Algona, Ray* mond Laabses, Lone Rock, and Steve Berklands, Ames. be started in the near future., Plans are tentative, necessarily resting on the decision of the Tom Ross of Hancock town- REA whether to grant the loan. . , were in enlarge bt' program., ffi • tne ' Mrt. Merlon Baker 'gave a par* jjty honoring the iittn 'birtinuay ''fai her daughter Karen. Guests ijwere Deann Schildknecnt, Mary iand Lois Kain, Rhonda ana ftfickey Wagner, Maria \Vittkopi, Schultz and Randy Pies Jlhus. . Marcia Stilman, daughter of Judge and Mrs. G, W. Stillman, fiad, been initiated into/Omicron honorary scholastic' sorority for home economics /students at ilowa State, Ames. Main Starn pointad out that 'soven'of ; the tea most popular jroovie stars in the U. S. that wear were, females. "Only males jto break into the top ten were William Hblden (No. 2),. Marlon 'Brando (No. 7), and Frank Sliiii- atra (No. 8) ... the gals in the .(order of their popularity were iRtai Novak No. IV Doris Day, i Marilyn Monroa, Susan Hayward, Deborah Kerr, Grace Kelly, and Elizabeth Taylor." rfho annual staff of Ringitad !hlgh school had beeh ' elected for 1957: Editor, Noel Hammer; iassistant editor, Joan Andreasen; {business manager, Mickey .Jensen; and layout manager. 'Sandra Justice. 'vTno Advanca raprintad an ar tide by J, C. Moore in the Winterset Madisonian on the typographical bloopers which had appeared, recently 'in, the Madi Fonian. In a wedding write-up the paper said, "The reception will be hell in the bride's home." Another blooper appeared in the church notes: "Morning massage at 11:00 by Elder, so and so," January 2, 1947 Thara was a chance' tho Algona prisoner of war camp would become an airport. The Civil Aeronautics administration and the War Assets administration were handling negotiations for the possible conversion. Tha ttata highway patrol cars were to have a new look soon — each would be equipped with a "swivel" red light on the top. Pictured with one of the newly- equipped cars was Patrolman Tom J. Elliott. Algona'f naw fira angina had made its maiden voyage the week before when firemen were called to the C, S, Kurtz home on North Wooster to put out a blaze in the living room. A wild scramble; for 30 liva fowl was the hjgJUight of Santa Claus day in Lakota. On tihe planning committee fop event were Glen Wilson, Dean Ellsworth,, Albert Weaver, Hen ry Swalv§, Einer Ravn and Andy Anderson. Nino collegitns hpma for the holidays were honored at a dinner givfn by the Presbyterian lypung people. The honorees were Mary Amunson, Cornell college; Ai'dis Kresensky, Me- Murray, Jacksonville, 111.; Rabert Qeigel, Iowa; Cilvin Wad leogh, WJlliard MWohell, Iowa jSta-te; liQyise WgdJ^gh' , Cajieton college; Marcia Juong, Bjpfo Butts and Mflcolm Lund, Jmva College. the coming sale of area farms belonging to Fred Sghoby, H- Ortliel and E4 From »K "Ma-, and Mrs. Leig>ton Mis-' CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Centre! Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting In This Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOWI BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE UMAMMMMMMMMMMI Bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Pra» Pramiums With Oa§ Pur* chaMS at our, station. , You'll Like Iti VIKING OIL Roy Stoffol, Mgr. N. Main St. "HomhiiliDC U Ow Sp«elilt|" appraciato rchanco to ••• timato without obligation on any town or farm construction. TIETZ CONSTRUCTION CO. 210 E. Oak St. -5*5577 • Algona ing in Liuverne, jaxe ivuoiy won firist prize, Chester fctoadard, second, and Gerald Andersoui, third. Mr. and: Mrs. A. 0. Anderson had acquired what was believed to be ?the " first "automobile trailer-house" agency here. Tne Anderson's trailer was open lor inspection next to Mrs. Anderson's cook shop on east State Street. ship may hold some kind of a menHxsrs 01 me ooara ror w&\ record as the operator of an V> ne Rock C 0 ; 0 Telephone Go. automobile. The ' Plymoutih are , K - W. Jackson, Harlan county pioneer was in the Blanchard, Owen Berhow, Dave treasurer's office again this Brickson >and Ralph Bierstedt. year to purchase his new licen- — ' — sc tags. Mr. Ross has been driv- GOING TO VIET NAM ing with his age being the same Larry and Tom Geitzenauer, number as his tags. At 95 Mr. sons of the Loreiu Geitzenauers, Ross is very careful about pick- Lone Rock, are home on Christ- |ing out the time and place to mas leaves. Tom, who is a SP4 chive. ' - E4 in the paratroopers, is home • -t 1966 Kossuth County Tax Levy General County & State: General Fund 2.548; Court .375; Poor 1.500; State Institution 1.874; Co. Ment. Health .237, Ment. Health Cent, .050; Soldiers Relief .250; T. B. .062; Co. 'Fair & 4-H .094; Courthouse Bonds .375; County Conservation .500; See. Rd. (All Prop.) .625: Serv. Compensation .050; Ag. Extension .304; Assessor .818. TOTAL 9.662 (Board of : Education — Kossuth County .391.) Twp. Road Levy: Sec. Rd. 8.512; Road Clearing .263; & Twp. Library .333. TOTAL 9.108. Male Dog or Spayed Female SI.50 (Only * 1.00 where there is also a City Tax.) Female Dogs $3.50 (Only 13X50 where there is also a City Tax.) • • - ; • • , ' , CSD Stands for Community School District. ..- . ; ' • ' • t; v '£ 5 / c I .: * 4 -Burt Inc.f - __-.-_-___ ^_--_-_ 5, Burt Inc. Londp »_ r -_.__J — •__. 6. .-Ponton Inc, -:- — -- lo! Ledyard Inc ; 12' • Lorie Rock Inc. : U_ - — . i-. 1 15. Swea • City ., Inc. '---16 Sweo • City * Inc Langds -- 17* Titonka Inc - ---' 18 Wesley Inc ' --19 Wesley Inc Lands _— 20. .West J?end Inc. — F 21 Whittemore Inc - . 22 Whittemore Inc Lands 24 'Algona CSD ' Irvlngton --~ 25. Algono CSD Lotts Creek 26 Algona CSD Plum Creek 27 Algona CSD Prairie - 28' Algona CSD Rivcrdale 29' • Algona CSD Sherman _-„-30. Algono CSD Union 31 Alflona CSD Wesley 32 •'•' Algono CSD -Whittemore ,. _. 33 : Armstrong CSD Eagle 1 34 Armstrong *CSD Eagle, A,. Fire 1 35. Armstrong CSD Swea 38 Bancroft InaV Ramsey „ , 39 Buffalo Center CSD German - » 40. Buffalo Center CSD Hebron v 42* Burt CSD Burt 44 Burt CSD Plum Creek 45! Burt CSD Portland --,-46 Burt CSD Union 47 Corwith-Wesley CSD LuVerne -48 Cbrwith-Wesley CSD Prairie " 49* Corwith-Wesley CSD Wesley ) 50. Grant Consl. 1 53 Lakota Consl Hebron - 55.' Lakota Consl. Lincoln 57- Ledyard CSD Harrison 58 Ledyard CSD Ledyard : • 59 Ledyard CSD Springfield 60.' t_LuVerne CSD Irvlngton 1 61. LuVerne CSD LuVerne 1 62 LuVerne CSD Prairie 63 LuVerne CSD Sherman • 64 Rake CSD Hebron 65. Ramsey Twp. ' 1 66. Ringsteu CSD Seneca 67 Ringsted CSD Seneca R Fire 6s! Sentral CSD Burt '69. Sentral CSD Fenton J 70. Sentral CSD Greenwood » 71. Sentral CSD Lotts Creek " 72 Sentral CSD Seneca 1 73 Sentral CSD Seneca A Fire Z 74 Sentral CSD Seneca, R. Fire 75. Sentral CSD Swea (• 76 Sentral CSD Union -- -77 Swea City CSD Eagle 78. Swea City CSD Eagle, A. Fire -* 79 Swea City CSD Grant * 80. Swea City CSD Harrison ' 81. Swea City CSD Seneca _--s 82. Swea City CSD Sweg - __ 83 Swea City CSD Swea A Fire S 84. Titonka Consl. Buffalo .1 85. Titonka Consl. German 1 86 Titonko Consl. Plum Creek 87. Titonka Consl. Portland / 88. Titonka Consl, Ramsey --89 Titonka Consl Wesley 90. Twin Rivers CSD Garfield » 91 Twin Rivers CSD Riverdole 92. West Bend CSD Garfield * 93 West Bend CSD Riverdale -- j 94. West Bend CSD Whittemore — 1 li 36,210 36.210 22.610 40.905 40.905 32.169 32:169 38.995 38.995 32.516 32,516" 32.169 27.879 27,879 38,654 38.654 39.240 36.123 36,123 38,125 36,210 36.210 36.210 36.210 36,210 36.210 36.210 36.2 1C 36.2 1C 36.210 36,210 36.210 33.042 33.042 33.042 33.042 22.610 22.610 40.157 40.157 40.157 40.905 40.905 40,905 40.905 40.905 36.123 36.123 36.123 33.590 4.636 38.995 38.995 38.995 38.995 38.995 32.516 32.516 32.516 27.879 27.879 27.879 27.879 37.924 1.663 38.323 38,322 32.169 32.169 32.169 32.169 32.169 32.169 32.169 32.169 32.169 38.654 38.654 38.654 38.654 38.654 38.654 38.654 39.24C 39.240 ' 39.240 39,240 39.240 39.240 42.467 42.467 38.125 38.125 38.125 S • ' • li" <* a it 2,762 2.762 3.894 3394 3'.473 4.53« 4.536 1.232 1.232 3,473 2.832 2.832 2.760 2.760 4.782 4.885 4.885 2.553 2,762 2,762 2.762 2,762 2,762 2.762 2.762 2>*2 4',565 4;565 4,565 4.565 5.484 5.484 5.484 3,894 3.894 3,894 3.894 3.894 4,885 4.885 4.885 4.536 4.536 4.536 4.536 4.536 1.232 1:232 1.232 2.832 2.832 2.832 2.832 4.049 3.086 3,086 3.47; 3.47; 3.473 3.473 3.47: 3.47: 3.47; 3.473 3.473 2.76( 2.76C 2.760 2.760 2.760 2.76C 2.76C -4.782 4.782 4.782 4.782 4.732 4.782 3.725 3.725 2.553 2.553 2.553 Vl ,391 '.391 V.391 .391 .391 ,391 .391 .391 ,391 .391 .391 .391 .39 .39) .391 .391 • .795 .795 1,161 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 ,391 .391 '.690 .69C .690 .690 .391 .391 .953 .953 ,953 .391 .391 ,391 .391 .391 ,795 .795 .795 .391 .391 ,391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 ,;391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 ,953 ,391 .690 .690 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 ' .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 r ,391 '391 .391 .391 1.261 1.261 1.161 1.161 1.161 t 01 I? 33 .731 ''•?" .731 .731 ,731 .731 .731 .731 .731 .692 .692 I <U i -• .'* .020 .036 ,102 .137 .125 .211 .102 ,187 .250 .089 .021 .438 .187 .140 .125 .406 .211 .187 .089 .126 .021 .250 .126 .055 .036 .406 .137 .250 .092 .092 .438 ,OOC .187 .092 .092 .092 .125 .092 .221 .089 .140 .250 •2M .102 .102 .102 ft '.,. 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'•:'•'* .250 .064 .750 .500 .793 .734 .617 .250 .761 .685 .750 1.50C . .750 1.500 .750 1.000 .235 .287 .500 .657 .750 .500 : .500 .250 .711 .793 .761 1.000 .750 .235 .287 1.000 .500 1.000 .307 1.000 .331 .064 .711 .793 .617 ,287 r.ooo .761 .500 .657 .000 .750 .750 .761 1.500 .50C .750 .250 ,75C 1.50C 1.000 .307 ,761 .750 1.500 .354 .235 .500 .500 l.OOC .761 .204 .734 .204 .734 .685 (5 5 32.928 26.046 17.586 '23.'539 20.925 18.606 ; 19.955 28.874. 29.316 24.098 20.748 19i723 24.129 •4 If qi o 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 .•9.662 "9.662 9:662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9,662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9,662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9,662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9,662 9.662 9.662 9,662 . 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9,662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9,662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 J| •j ;•:.•-" ' , 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9,108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 .,9.108 9.108 9.108 •9.108 9.108 9,108 9.108 9.108 .9.106 9,108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9,108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.10B 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 91108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.1C8 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.10E 9.10£ 9.108 9.108 9.10E 9.10E 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 I 81.953 49.025 58,709 72:438 54.852 ..: 69.234 45.695 74.509 ' 53.584 62.407 43.801 65.650 69.635 40.764 80.783 51.467 78;I73 72.944 52; 196 71.224 73.154 49.025 58.528 58.233 59.133 58.758 58.926 59.010 58.887 58.633 59.168 58.920 57,817 58.567 57.817 i 58.567 '42.708 43.021 66.450 66.382 66.616 65.055 64.897 64.585 64.658 64,460 62.421 62.097 62.339 53.751 24.734 63.047 62.979 63.818 63,213 63.942 ' 53.216 54.035 53.295 49.972 ; 50.989 50.665 50.626 62.714 22.074 61,722 61.461 55.898 54.8Q3 55.740 55.803 55.656 56,395 55.395 55.553 55.303 61.325 62,075 61.575 60.882 61.428 61.325 62.075 63.758 63.533 63.808 63.881 64.43T 64.218 67.119 67.792 60.813 61,486 61.396 5 ALGONA INC. . — General .000; Street 5.327; Pub. Safety 9.175; Sanitation 1.590; Mun, Enterprise 4.672; Recrea- i tion 5.285; Debt Serv. 6.784; Trust & Agency .095. TOTAL 32.928 _-*••••• 1 BANCROFT INC. — General 5.688; Street 6050; Pub. Sqfaty 5.099; Sanitation 3.198; Mun, Enterprise 1.197; Recrea- . Hon 3.457; Debt Serv. 1.357. TOTAL 26.046 ,, BURT INC. — General 4.147; Street 4.556; Pub. Safety 1.063; Sanitat on 1.670; Mun. Enterprise .911; Recreation ,304; - Debt Serv. 4.100; Trust & Agency .835, TOTAL 17.586 FENTON INC. — General 2.103; Street 5.882; Pub. Safety 4.836; Sanitation 3-921; Recreation 1.961; Debt Sery. 4.313; Trust 8, Agency .523. TOTAL 23.539 1 LAKOTA INC. — General 8.857; Street 8.702; Pub. Safety ).528; Sanitation .743; Mun. Enterprise .610; Recreation 485 TOTAL 20 92S ' • 1 ' ' LEDYARD INC. — General 3.120; Street 6.673; Pub. Spfety 2.518; Sanitation .755; Recreation .755; Utilities 4.785. i TOTAL 1 8.606 ' LONE ROCK INC. — General 4.488; Street 6.015; Pub. Spfety 1.719; Sg/iitotion 2.864; Recreation .573; Utilities 4.29«. * TOTAL 1 9«V&5 LU VERNE INC. — General 5.256; Street 11.026; Pub. Safety .919; Santgtion 1.838; Mun. Enterprise ?,757; Becreq- tion 1.562; Utilities 5.513. TOTAL 28.871 1 SWEA CITY INC. — General 3.364; Street 7.325; Pub. Safety 3.199; Sonitgtton 2.021; Mun. Enterprise 3.536; Bftereg, ! tion 2.526; Utilities 1.010; Debt Service 6.335. TOTAL 29.316 ' > TITONKA INC. — General .023; Street 7.544; Pub.' Safety 3.936; Sswtaifen 1.549; Mun. Enterprise 3.031; Recreq- tion 1.459; Debt Serv. 6.556. TOTAL 24.098 WESLEY INC. — General 2.352; Street 6.829; Pub. Safety 4.738; Sanitation 2-230; Mun. Enterprise .697; Reereo-, tion 3.902. TOTAL 20.748 WHJTTEMORE INC. — General '.000; Street 7.293; Pub. Safety 3,953; Miin. Enterprise 3.211; Recreation 3.706; Debt f : Serv. 5.966. TOTAL 24.129 ' ' •' , Taylor Implement Co. ...noted for promoting W > ^ ^^ New Ideas & Methods LIHDE IMPLEMENT CO. Farm Eqiipnwnt • Allit Ch«lm«r« • Oohl 0) Naw Idaa "Sar\in v - Northern Iowa aV Southern Minnesota for the oast 29 Year.— 1937'to-1966" 272-4601 Swea City its customers » * : more money! MWMMMMMMWWMMMMfl MMMMMMMMM TAYLOR IMPLEMENT • Bchlen Building*. • K«w«n«e, Otic*. • C*«e Farm .Machinery "The 3*>f* of Everything" Phone 295-246T Algona BEN mm Contract AM types. Cabinet Work 22 &Mi!h Htckart, Algona Dial 235-2180 C4)ll after 6:00 p.m. They are dedicated to the service of the people in their trade area. After 25 years of service, Taylors find the need to promote and help their customers is more necessary today than at any time in their history. : . / The agricultural transition taking place today is a big one. New methods of , harvesting, planting/ fertiliiing, storing and drying grain is not always an easy one and one in which the changes involved require large sums of invested money. Taylors find ourselves attending many many meetings, learning about new ideas, practical ones, that can be profitably put into practice, Occasionally Taylors fly prospective customers to see new equipment in operation whenever the opportunity arises, • Taylors handle Behlen, Star, J. I, Case, Mathews, and the Kewanee lines of equipment, Besides a complete service shop operation, Taylors offer complete construction services for erecting buildings, dryers, and pouring concrete, Taylor's sales of new commercial buildings are increasing every year. In addition to Behlen Steel Buildings, Taylors also sell the "Star" Steel Buildings, This is a frame typo building, to be sold for both commercial artd farm utility, uses, Taylors feel they handle the (test quality products offered on the market today. Why don't you stop in and discuss your needs now? NMMV DRAIN STORAGE ' CASH BUYERS OF Ml GRAINS BARulLLJNC. Dale Kleingartner - Manager - TOP QUALITY PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Kossuth County Advance Algona & Construction Co (YOUR FARM * COUNTRY STORE IN) ALOONA, IOWA STORAGE ORATING We Move Household Goods Anywhere — Fully Insured Furniture A Machinery Storage In Clean, Modern Warehouse Moving POST Dial 295-2275 Storage * READY MIX CONCRETE • s»ves aitwey • Saves Time • Poes § Better Job PHONf W5-5264 AtGQNA, IOWA COWAMCORP, (Formerly Rt*dy Mj« goncrttf ft iMJiifemr CP-) m Iowa State Bunk Algont'i Home-owntd jink • Member of FOIC f Member of Fed«r«l Ratervt Syftem J Untoy Soft Wafer OF ALGONA

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