Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1965 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 8, 1965
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WilihMt WANTfib — Gfowets for sweet cGffl. Wfite f6f free f bidet. Hoftief Eastman, Fieldman, stoktey Van catnp, Gilmofe Ci' ty, la. -^ 10-18* HOMES-LOTS FOR SALE One SOLD — On* new Large houte 703 6. Call _ SOLD JUST LISTED — 2 bdrm. bun. galow, nice/ ree, rm., heat' $120 yr. One of neatest small homes $10,000 APARTMENT — Investment on one of best commercial tots — Look to future — Earn till need top location. Priced right 7-Rm. HOUSE — real close in, 1 block from Court House— : -—-I-- $10,750 4-Bdrm., 421 E. Lucas, new gas furnace, good location, va - cant now only $7,500 3-Bdrm., bath A kitchen, real nice, not large, nothing to be done. Includes carpet, drapes, curtains. Real buy at $13,000 Number good lots, south Algona and in woods. See JOEL M. HERBST or TED S. MEREST (Real Estate Brokers) over Penney's ClEmCAtS<ACGTG$70.85 FMdftSeed FOR SALE — 3000 bales of Bright Alfalfa hay, crimped 2nd cutting. See Mike or Pat Baumann, Whittemore, la. 4-11* PEED THE WILD BIRDS THIS WINTER WE HAVE A DOZEN DIFFERENT TYPE OF BIRD FEEDERS IN STOCK! • Priced from $1.25 to $10.98 • Nice 'selection of style* We have wild bird seed, Sunflower seeds and scratch feeds in stock. Get your supply for the winter, now. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. South Phillip* St. 5-2701 Rentals FOR RENT — Upstairs apartment, three bedrooms, unfurnished. Close-in (two blocks from State strnetV Available immediately. Call 5-5674 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day but Sunday. S FOR RENT — 5 bedroom modern house 4 mi. north Bode. Phone Bode 2601. 14w9tfn Farm Machinery FOR RENT — Furnished anart- ment, all utilities furnished, clope-in. call after 5 p.m. Call 5-3786, Algona. 15w9tfn FOR LEASE — Basement area of K. S. Cowan bldg. Approx. 5600 so. feet. Acoustic tile ceiling and air conditioned. Street entrance. Ph. 5-3870, K. S. Cowan, Algona, Iowa. 25w8-13 For Sale FOR SALE — Kimbssll cottsol- ette blonde piano, 10 years old. Call Bode 2601. 12w9tfn FOR SALE — Duplex. New, 2 bedroom brick. Priced to sell. Phone 5-3870. K. S. Cowan, Algona, Iowa. 15w8-13 FARROWING CRATES — Complete $19.95. Free Literature. Shower for a bride-to-be at Swea City Swea Eagle — fulis was given Mary Papen- a pre-nuptial shower at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Swea City, Jan. 31. Mrs. Alvin Richardson Sr. pre- sided - Guests were registered by Dollv Enterorises, Colchester, 111. 12w7-9-lM3* »,,,,^ Main Mrs ' Larr y Gram > Welcome, Irialllj ,•»«•;„„ rv«. .„!'»„„ .-„„- i_ •»» _ Card of Thanks FOR SALE — Heider auger wagon, like new with top box and endgate seeder attachment. Knoedler burr mill with auger out, good condition. Irene Borrnann, Bode, Iowa. Ph. 2515, Livermore. 10* LET'S TALK DRYING! FOR LEASE — Steel bldg. 40 x 80 ft. Suitable for warehouse or shoo. Close in. Phone 5-3870, K. S. Cowan, Algona, Iowa. 2lw8-13 FOR.RENT — House in Galbraith. See Rex Taylor. % Tay lor Implement Co. in Algona. 13w45mt tfn DID YOU KNOW.....? You can buy a new Behlen Drying Tank in "February" at a Special Price? Look at this. New 3600 bushel Behlen Drying Tank, Concrete Floor, Erection, Freight, Drying Floor, Sales Tax — total pricn, only $2387 this month. Don't wait on this too long. This is a special price this month only. See Rex Taylor this week — your Behlen Dealer. , Taylor Implement 'Your Grain Harvest Headquarters" I 5-2467 ALGONA FOR RENT — Downstairs apartment, two bedrooms. Only two blocks from downtown, large lawn, unfurnished. Available immediately. Call 5-5674 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day but Sunday. FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment, unfurnished with all utilities paid. Available immediately, close-in. Call 5-3504 before 5:30; 5-3498 after. Taylor Apartments, Algona. 21w48mttfn FOR RENT — 3 room apart ment. close-in with orivate en trance and bath. Call 5-3837 Biustrom Furniture Store. Al gona. 35tfn FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase of ,USTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy. Read's Furniture, Algona. 19w49tftfn LAMBS Every WEDNESDAY We Buy Ewes, Bucks & Lambs WE HAVE PLENTY OF ORDERS, FOR CHOICE TO PRIME LAMBS! We buy them all, but you get Top Market far Grain Fed Iambi/ So Feed 'f m enough! DELIVERY EVERY WEDNESDAY (With Yeur togs, TOO, If You Wish) PHONE 895-2411 WESTERN BUYERS Services I Minn. Devotions were by Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman. Mrs. Claude Johnson and Mrs. Richardson gave readings, and Mrs. Ralnh Walker led two games. Mrs. Richardson read a prayer. Corsages presented were made by Mrs. Frank Smonse. Juanita Johnson. Des Moines and Charles Hassel, Esther- ~r, mr. * xTTc w h - , :ARO OF THANKS -We wish lvi]le ass , sted .„ ODeni to 'sincerely thank our friends. Bertha Cord Rolfe, poured and relatives who made our Gol- cof f ee den Wedding Anniversary such, Hos t essPS were Mmes Ra]oh a oleasant event. Your thought- , Walker, Reta Alderdvce, Joe fulness will be long remember- Johnson, Martin Dahl.-.Jbhn Vered. Mr and Mrs Joe Faber. brngge. Lawrence Hantelman, iTillie Smith. Eugene Pauenfuhs, CARD OF THANKS — I sincere-v William Walstead, Ronnie Hanly wish to thank Dr. Bray, the nah Arlo Hanson, Edwin Frer- nurses and nurses aides, -for | i cnSt Fred Johnson, Abbe Mein their wonderful car. Also to my | and Dean Zielski. lias two sisters and a brother. Grandparents are the Harry Lindes. The Walter Magnusens, Ole Kvamsdales, and George Magnusen, Fairmont, wore Thursday guests at Andrew Madscn's. East Chain, for Mrs. Madscn's birthday. The Carl Corprons, Dumont, were Saturday guests at Walter Magnusen's and with them guests Sunday at Vernon Cutler's, Trimont. Sunday guests at Herb Papen- fuh's were the Ray Grams and Chandler Robinson, Estherville, Larrv Grams. Welcome, Minn., and Eugene Papenfuhscs. Sunday guests of the Warren Brones were the William Mathers Jr., Andrew Broneses, Mrs. Christine Swanson, Mrs. R. S. Mather and Ellen, and Mrs. Cora Mather. The Virgil Jensens were Saturday guests of her sister, the Lester Hesseldahls, Winnebago. The Virgil Jensens called at the Winnebago hospital to see . her sister-in-law, Mrs. Rov Jacob- < son, last week. Mrs. Jacobson was a surgery patient. Harmes, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Harmes. v"otlng "Nay", Buchanan and None. carried. LIGHT FUND W. W, Sullivan P.M., Supp. _„$ C. M. SI. P. & P. Freight Co., Motion 178.90 Motion by Buchanan, seconded byALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—7 MONDAY, FEB. 8, 1965 Municipal Utilities The Firm of Knohbe, Gallagher Volberding and Wadsworth, C.P.A., Estherville, Iowa, were authorized to make the audit i of Records of the Alqona Municipal Util- I ities for the year 1964. I Next meeting date was set for Febi 16 1965, at 12:01 p.m. ? I /s/ Ira Kohl I Secretary /s/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona. Iowa. Feb. 8, 1965. 200.32 Roy Roll, Pay Roll 2,323.34 Milton O. Bilyeu, Labor Morvin Hentges, Labor Wilbur E. Brunor, Labor Brian Rike, Labor John Wood, Lobor Iowa State Bank, Tax Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax .. Ricklef's Ins., Ins. Diesel Service Co., Fuel Oil _. North Cent. Pub. Ser. Co., Gas Fulton Iron Works Co.. Supp. .. The Cooper-Bessemer Corp., Supp. National Chcmsearch, Supp. . _ Nalco Chemical Co., Supp. Adoco Products, Inc., Repairs . Algona Machine Shop, Repairs _ Ind. Towel, Ser. Wilrgen Jewelers, Repairs Fleet Tractor Stores, Supp. Pratt Elec., Supp. Coast to Coast, Supp. .. Cook's Scrap Iron, Supp. R. J. Funk, Plumbing. Supp. ._ Frederick Hardware, Supp. E. A. Pcderscn Co., Repairs ._ Terry-Durwin Co., Supp. Iowa Elec. Supp. Co.. Suop. _. Crescent Elec. Supo. Co., Supp. _ Burmeister Elec. Co., Supp. Graybar Elec. Co., Repairs Taylor Motor Co., Sor. Joe Bradley Eqpt., Repairs Norteastern Line Const., Supp. . John Nauholz, Ser. Hutzell's, Supp. Mrs. tended Detmer the T.B. Thompson at- luncheon and relatives, frionds and neighbors for cards, flowers and visits, durine mv stay at the hospital. Mrs John Grandgenett. 10* Real Estate FOR SALE — 240 A. Farm near Sank Centre. Minn. This is a nicely imoroved. real good nroducing farm that can be boueht for $125.00 per acre. $5,000 down, balance on .5% contract with good terms. 3-1-65 oossession. This is an outstanding, farm-buy. -jYerl Sm>th,,,brQ' ker, Bancroft. Dial 925-3908 She will be married to Ernest Wheeler, Wallingford, Feb. 15. Shirley Sullivan, Briarcliff college, Sioux City, visited her parents, the Francis Sullivans, part of last week. The Ormal Guinns were Sunday guests of her brother, the Junior Keslers. Estherville. The Marlin Pauls and Mrs. Albert Paul visited over the weekend with relatives at Towa Falls. The Sam Larsons, Rov Andersons, Oscar Lindes, Clifford Andersons and Alfred Petersons. Armstrong, were Tuesday guests of Clara and V.ernon Peterson, Fairmont. executive meeting at the Algona Hotel. Legal Notices TO OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH Lone Rock. 53w9-10 ^ 1T he u Fprdes were wee guests o , St Paul, sis- FLOOR LAYING SERVICE Experienced and qualified workmanship with complete line of Floor covering, Counter topping and wall tile samples. Will give FREE Estimate in your home if desired. DALE WEGENER Ph. 925-3471 — Lone Rock 8-13 Automotive FOR SALE — 1963 Brown Bis cayne Chev. 4-dr, Automatic trans.. 19000 actual miles, con tact Gordon Wirtjes, Lakota la. Ph. 3129. 10-11* Notices SPI.FCTION USED FURNITURE • Auction H«*ti«<* • Phen* 795.3*37 Subsidiary of: BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. Alaona NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 4tfn Hogs FOR SALE — 26 head register ed Hampshire Bred gilts Start farrowing March 27th Bangs and Lepto free. Certifi cation Breeding, F. C. Newlii and Sons, Armstrong, la. 8-11* ALGONA, JQWA ANNOUNGINB THE FORMATION OF ABIE -COTTON FARM MANAGEMENT AND REALTY GLASS BLOCK BLDG., SPENCER, IOWA BIN ABBiN — JOHN COTTON Specializing in Farm management, farm loans, land sales and appraisals for northwest and north central Iowa. Ben Abben is well known in this area, being associated with Equitable of Iowa as a farm loan representative in Northwest Iowa for 27 years. For the past five years he has operated his own farm management and appraisal business. Mr. Abben is a member of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers. John Cotton is a native of Kossuth County an4 has been employed for the last four and one-half years as a farm manager, appraiser and real estate salesman with Farmers National Company in the Fort Dodge office. He is m Iowa State University graduate in Agricultural business and has had experience with the Extension Service He is a member of both the Iowa and American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers. ,ter. the Walter O'Greens. Ellen had been visiting here a week. The Everett Riopentrops snent the weekend with their son Haran at Ute. Lloyd Flugum, Brush Creek, Vfinn, visited with his cousin, Jay Brones, Lakeview Home, at Fairmont, recently. Donald Montgomery, son of the Floyd Montgomerys, had a teen-age party Saturday with 20 guests, A cousin, Marlys Hall, Dolliver, was an overnight guest at the Montgomerys. The Harold Carrs were recent visitors at Lakeview Home with the Jay Brones. Eagle Homemakers will meet Feb. 9 at Mrs. Walter Goracz- kowski's with Mrs. Jim Rock assisting. Members can pick up material for the Heart Fund drive at Mrs. Goraczkowski's. The Walter Goraczkowskis had as guests for the 8th birthday of their son John, the Harvey C. Larsens, Orville Thoresons, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. Victoria Gor aczkowski, Armstrong, and Sylvester Goraczkowski. The Tom Prestons and Roger Lindes were Sunday guests of Mrs. Joe Preston for her birthday. •'•' The Hans Petersons attended the wedding of Allen Hanson son of Oscar Hanson, and Doreen Riggs, daughter of the Rex Riggs, all of Estherville, at Es therville, Saturday. The Junior Ellises have their fourth child, a boy, born Jan 22, at the hospital at Estherville Paul Standish, 8 Ibs. 6 oz. He COUNTY, IOWA: Elaine Burkhardt and Gladys Co/.me, DBA Audubon Transport Co., Audubon, Iowa, transferor and Audubon Transport. Inc., Audubon, Iowa, transferee, have filed a joint application with the Commission for its approval of the transfer of Linuid Transport Carrier Cert'f'i-nte No. I r -' 1 ' 1 which authorizes operations as a liquid transport carrier between all points in the Stote of Iowa. The Commission has fixed Tuesdav, March 16, 1965 ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at its office in Des Moines, Iowa, as time and place for public hearing in the atxwo docketed annlicatinn. IOWA STATE COMMFRCE COMMISSION Waldo F. Wheeler. Chairman Frank B. Means, Commissioner Bernard J. Martin. Commissioner ATTEST: Joseph J. Weresh, Secretary. Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, February 1, 1965. 'docfcet"No'."D"LC-2i(6" ' ••':.' . Published In the Aloona Kossuth County Ad«onc» Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8 and 15, 1965. Upper Des Moinos Pub. Co., Pub. The Aloona Reminder, Pub. .. N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Ser. Herbst Ins. Agency, Ins. Petty Cash, Misc. Sinclair Ref. Co.. Fuel Oil WATER FUND Pay Roll, Pav Roll ! Walter D. Peterson, Labor Maurice Krebsboch, Labor Iowa State Bonk, Tax Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax __ Cook's Welders Suop., Supp. __ B.I.F. Industries, Supp. Joseph G. Pollard Co., Supp. ._ Reding's Gravel, Ser. . Algona Machine Shop, Repairs __ Siea-Fort Dodae Co., Suop. Frederick Hardware, Suop. !T--R. J. Funk, Plumbino, Repairs __ Joe Brodlev, Eqpt.. Suop. ._'!.__ 'ercival Motors, Repairs Citv of Algona, Ins. Petty Cash, Misc. 221.08 i 175.82 148.82 I 139.03 132.95 379.60 291.23 63.23 9,102.66 3,603.61 617.90 15.63 6R.02 120.90 85.13 4,20 24.35 36.00 17.47 1.60 5.A1 11.57 7.20 7.73 296.04 116.6R 11.46 112.73 30.97 37.07 i:so 71.42 1 1.4R 20.00 9.2.1 44.B5 77.68 84.91 40.04 59.41 A5.00 32.04 3,263.23 416.69 • 184.80 148;79 54.00 45.39 87.00 59.45 ' 21.77 67.50 2.50 25.79 3.3." 11.10 7.9( 52>< 11.76 ... A resolution was passed and adonted apprpvinn an aareemcnt between Wilfrei I. Riopelle. owner nf the n^w Post Offi" Buildinn and the Algona Municipal Utili ties, with respect to the electric servio entrance to t*ia new Post Office Buildina A resolution was pa«ipd and adopter designating the Iowa Stnte Bank fls th Depository of Funds of the Algona Munici pal Utilities. A resolution was oassed ond adoptee designating F. L. McMahnn, Citv Treasur er, as Treasurer of Funds of the Algon WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store Are You Planning To Remodel? If so, see Branson's first. We can furnish the materials alone or do the job complete with materials and labor. Many different woods for paneling. We are experts in kitchen cupboards, cabinet work for kitchen and bathroom, or redoing a room for recreation. Free estimates gladly given. BRONSON Building Service "HOME OF REDI-BILT HOMES" 5-5369 North of Chrome Algona, Iowa UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees nf the Alaona Muniripal Utilities was h"ld in the City Hall. Citv of Alaona, la., Feb. 2, 1965. at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: Buchanan. Hnrmes T. James Palmer, Supt., and Ira Kohl, Secy. Absent Was: Bay. The minutes of the meeting of Jan. 6 1965, were read and approved. FARMERS: Grow Pop Corn on excess acreage for early Additional Income Grow high yielding pop corn at a guaranteed price. Variety adapted to your vi- cinity.'Hvbrid seed & plates furnished at cost. No isolation necessary. 10 acre minimum. Feed grain base exempt. We pay trucking. Write or call for details today. Local Agent: Bill Erdman Corwith, Iowa Phone 583-2114 American Pop Corn Company SCHALLER, IOWA 8-10-12-14-16 ^ Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA I^BM ^^mm MM iBMBB •••• M^^ «•• ^^^m •••§ ^^^m mmmq • Planning an Auction? Contact Dale Yungeberg BONDED LIVESTOCK DEALER YOUR LOCAL AUCTIONEER 20 Years Experience ® Call 5-3393 or 5-3593 ALGONA, IOWA Don't Forget Our Wesley Livestock Auction at Wesley Every Saturday PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR CERTIFIED SEED OATS AND DEANS COMPLETE LISTING NOW! Algona Flour & Food n Complete Lint of Field i Grits Seed*" ,r,^%! f »*LW,W»Mi%M.:.!.e.?.!.!.W.?.?.W.!.S CLEAR SNOW FAST! N*w in display ,,, the New INTERNATIONAL CUI« CAPET with 9f *ln<|| Rotary Snvw Thrower foull clear walk* wid drives in minutes instead of hours when you use tn easy driving Internationa] Cub Cadet, New rotary mow thrower cuts 36 inchei wide through deep inow, pasts snow to either side at far as 20 feet. Start, itop, raise, lower, or chang« angle of discharge ppout, on-the-go, from tractor seat, Highest quality construction-auger and rotor run oi| Vail and roller bearings. Low-cost, 42-inch snow blade also available. Don't dread snow shoveling this winter ,ti«t«* JH ml <*• »*• Cv* Algona Implement Co. "YOUR IH DEALER" Commercial Street

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