Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1965 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 15, 1965
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For Site FOft SALE — 1962 Liberty Mo< bile Home. gas furn., 2 bdfm. Phone S76-5?84, May be seen at Sunset Trailer Crt., Ft. Dodge, la. 11-12* FOR SALE — Kim ball cohsol* ette blonde piano, 10 years ; ,pld. Call Bode 2601. 12w9tfn FARROWING CRATES — • Complete $19.95, Free Literature. Dolly Enterprises, 700 Main, Colchester, 111. 12w7-9-1143* CIERIGAIS.ACGTGI70.85 CASHIER-CHECKE* DRAFTSMAN-STROCTUUA' •• »-.'-..-•— '-encY,. •—tram icney, <;? Sfi I livoul Sup, til X,W STH Avr.^ Jr L.I. J0'«n . •n St NY; . . M«.»70 ' 'irrfn_SI NYC-' Ufa I mff if »•*»»«»«»•»+++»»»»»•••»• Wanted HOMES-LOTS FOR SALE One SOLD — One new Large house 703 E. Call SOLD JUST LISTED — 2 bdrm. bun. qalow, nice, rec. rm., heat- Si 20 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, 4 bdrm., 2 bath, real close in, 1 block from Court House $10,750 4-Bdrm., 421 E. Lucas, new gas furnace, good location, vacant now only $7,500 3-Bdrm., bath & kitchen, real nice, not larqe, 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. KERBST (Real Estate Brokers) over Penney's WANTED — Growers for sweet corn. Write for free folder. Homer Eastman, Fieldman, Stokley Van Camp, Gilmore City, la. 10-15^ Feed ft Seed FOR SALE—BALED ALFALFA HAY in barn. Gerald Erpelding, 295-5728, Algona, Iowa. 10wl2-13 PEED THE WILD BIRDS THIS WINTER WE HAVE A DOZEN DIFFER ENT TYPE OF BIRD FEEDERS TN STOCK! • Priced from $1.25 to $10.98 • Nice selection of styles We have wild bird seed, Sunflower seeds and scratch feeds in stock. Get your supply for the winter now. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. South Phillips St. 5-2701 Rentals FOR RENT — 2 bedroom duplex. Call 5-5671. Possession immediately. Services *»»»»«»«••»«»•»«»»»•«••« FOR RENT — ElectricSham- pooer for $1 with purchftte of inwi 9-n LUSTRE FOAM RUG StiAM uw * POO. Guaranteed Best Buy. FOR RENT — Upstairs apartment, three bedrooms, unfurnished. Close-in (two blocks from State street). Available immediately. Call 5-5674 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day but Sunday. g Read's Furniture, Algona. FOR RENT — 5 bedroom modern house 4 mi. north Bode. Phone Bode 2601. 14w9tfn Automotive FOR SALE — 1963 Brown Biscayne Chev. 4-dr. Automatic trans., 19.000 actual miles, contact Gordon Wirtjes, Lakota, la. Ph. 3129. 10-11* " lilllll!lllllll!l11 ™w« mill IBIIIIIII iniiiniiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii iiiiiiiiiiiinaQiii hjupi, Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA •N!.ii!iiii;:iipiii|!!'ii!N Planning an Auction ? Contact Dale Yungeberg BONDED LIVESTOCK DEALER YOUR LOCAL AUCTIONEER • 20 Years Experience e Call 5-3393 or 5-3593 ALGONA, IOWA Don't Forget Our Wesley Livestock Auction at Wesley Every Saturday FOR LEASE — Basement area of K. S. Cowan bldg. Approx. 5600 sq. feet. Acoustic tile ceiling and air conditioned. Street entrance. Ph. 5-3870, K. S. Cowan, Algona, Iowa. 25w8-l3 FOR LEASE — Steel bldg. 40 x 80 ft. Suitable for warehouse or shop. Close in. Phone 5-3870, K. S. Cowan, Algona, Iowa. 21w8-13 FOR RENT House in Galbraith. See Rex Taylor, % Tay- 19w49tftfti 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 Work Wanted WANTED — Custom corn shelling. John Wagner. Ph. 2953082, Algona, Iowa. 12-18* AUCTIONS Real Estate FOR SALE — To settle John N. Kollasch Estate. Excellent 120 13w45mt tfn lor Implement Co. "^Algona. ^_ acre farm i ocate d 2 miles north and l /z mile east of Whittemore, Iowa. New corn crib and machine shed. Excellent soil, well drained. Contact L. E. Linnan, Executor, Algona, Iowa. 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. . g 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 apartment, close-in with private entrance and bath. Call 5-3837, Bjustrom Furniture Store, Algona. 35tfn FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment. Call 5-5458. 7wll-12 Hogs FOR SALE — Hampshire boars. Serviceable age, Vac. & tested. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 11-24 FOR SALE — Purebred Duroc fall boars, same breeding as our pigs at Ames Testing Station. W. J. Stewart, Ph. 4R96, Burt, la. 20wlltfn 37wll-12 HOME FOR SALE — 3 bdrms., 2 baths, den. Comfortable. pleasant home for growing family. Norma Morgan. Call 2955648 after 5 p.m. 11-12 FOR SALE — Duplex. New, 2 bedroom brick. Priced to selL Phone 5-3870. K. S. Cowan, Algona, Iowa. 15w8-13 Notices BIG SELECTION USED FURNITURE • Auction House • Phone 295-3837 Subsidiary of: BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. Algona Swea Oily girl to be married ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—7 MONDAY, FEB. 15, 1965 Rlcklcfs-Gcolnn, Insurance 39.80 Swea City — Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ¥ m ^\S-°," suppitci . — , ; Cook s Welders, Chloride iam Beck announce the engage- " ment and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Barbara Jo l Frederick Hclwo., Supplies Cireonlicrci's, Filters tnrl Towol Service Towels N. Control Nut Go', ' _."_' 8.48 7!.00 6.80 2.4] 9.I7 2.50 189.87 3.81 FEB. 16 — Eldo Brunsen Es tate, Vis-mile south of Cylinder tV 2 miles west, 3 miles south ^nd one-half west of Cylinder Sale includes two John Deere tractors and full line of ma chinerv. Clark & Clark, auction n ors; Cvlinder State Bank, clerk Sale details .in Advance las week, ; " FEB. 17 — Conrad Limberg 1 mile south and 1 mile west o Woden. General farm sale, pe Vries Bros., Auctioneers, Firs State Bank, Woden, clerk. De Advance last Thursday. FEB. 17 — M. C. Krosch Son farm auction at farm located three miles north and two west of Ledyard. Sale includes five tractors, 296 head of livestock including sheep, hogs and cattle and full line of machinery. Krosch, Redel & Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmore, clerk. Sale details in Advance today. FEB. 22 — L. P. "Shorty" Nepnl farm sale, at farm located two miles north, two miles west and one mile north of Sherburn, Minn. .Sale includes 73 head of purebred and high grade Guernsey cattle plus full line of machinery. Wedel. Clark & Kahler, auctioneers; Farmers ^tPt.e Bank. Sherburn. Clerk. Full sale details Thursday. FEB. 27 — Postponed sale of Theodore Jacobson, at farm located three miles north and one east of Bancroft. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details at a later date. STALLION — Golden Son, a dancing palomino stallion, once owned by John Staley of Lake ty and exhibited often at tiorse shows in northwest Iowa, took his final curtain bow in Gainsville, Tex., Jan. 3 at the age of 27 years. . . :o Gary W. Johnson, son of Mr. , S ' OC| C USE and Mrs. Gayl Johnson, Clear Amoid Moior x Repairs 1079 Lake She is a 1963 graduate of »"£'& F |™r v ,ce, co^ne - ,Si'?i the bWCa City high School aiUl Percival Motors, Repairs . . __. 39'65 is attending state college of Bockoiman. sSio^ LIC SAFETY 2 8 54 i Iowa at Cedar Falls. He is a 1959 graduate of Swea City high school, and a 1963 gracl'uato of Mankato State. He is teaching at Ledyard high school. A summer wedding is planned. -_ 175.39 162.42 191.18 Legal Notices 2""i' n ' Gcrclos, Salnry KasmuMcn, Salary 168.03 Voiql, Salary . _ 17235 la. Slate Bank, Whold. 147.10 Trust & Agency, Pension I. 16.74 Ricklcfs Geclan, Insurance _ 89^22 A. Boekclmon, Fxpenses 9JQ J. Bradley Equip., Service 2.00 Grconl)crq\ Supplies . 39J 1 Pcrcival's, Repairs - 1'.70 Electronic Spec, Service 1 1 [70 WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store I Hilton's, Service 3.00 COUNCIL MINUTES Minutes of the Ed M. Feki, Fire Coats . . 61500 Harris Fire Control, Boots 9600 Fire Dept., Services _ 41400 SANITATION Minutes of the previous mooting wore. Algona Mun. Utilities, Blocks 728 approved ... .„„„,. I Lpmg's Plbq Service 8.50 Mr. Jenison, heating engineer was! t\| Central Nat" Gas """ present to discuss cost of alterations made uit Electric Service ."II m_thc heating system at..the Street Do-j ' SEWER RYNTAL""" 20.07 5.10 partment Garage. No action was taken, Gronbach, Salary 15957 at this, time I Lcmkoo, Salary .."I 9509 A Cirgarette Permit was aporovod tori | a state Bank Whold ?•>•"' Cecilia Dahlhauser d/b/a The Doll House. | Ricklefs-Geolan, Insurance'IIIIII YORK CROP DRYING MEETING Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. + DOOR PRIZES + COFFEE & REFRESHMENTS REPRESiNTATIVIS OF THE YORK MANUFACTURING CO, WILL BE ON HAND FOR DISCUSSION AND QUESTION AND ANSWER PERIOD. YOU ARi INVITED . . , — Special Price — 3775-Bushel YORK DRYING TANK NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 4tfn With concrete floor, perforated Bin Floor, w*l! cellar and sub-fleer structure with unloading well and tube, including erection on ypyr farm, freight iod *ale* ta« paid. 00 2,241 SJi Oil HAU AT THE ALQQNA IMPLEMENT CO., YOUR YORK BIN DEALER Algona Implement Co. Commercial §t. Algona, Iowa Help Wanted PART-TIME FULL-TIME $1.80 - $2.80 per hour. Married or single. Male or Female. Choose own hours part time. Full time 48 hours week. See Wm. Epping, Algona Hotel, Al gona, Tuesday, Feb. 16th, 6 to 8 p.m. 28wl2 A Beer Permit was approved for Larry <noll d/b/a Larry's Recreation. The Fire Department annual report was read. Quotations were received for a Radio r or the Police Car. General Electric quoted 25.10 14.12 5.18 6.00 Standard Oil Diesel _ 127*47 TRUST & AG'E'NCY Egli, Pension 7500 RECREATION Funk Plba., Mclse. _. Dr. Kencfick, Services $879.50, Motorola $825.00. Moved and, Boldridqe, Salary _____ 97.02 seconded that the Motorola Radio be purchased. Motion carried. The Chief of Police was authorized to advertise for bids for a second Police Car. Specifications for now Pump, Body and Equipment for new Fire Truck were approved, advertising for Bids was author- zed and date of Letting on same was sot for March 10th, 1965. The following Claims were allowed: Appropriating Resolution No. 1119) On motion duly made and seconded, the meeting was adjourned. /s/ K. T. Peirce Acting Sec'y. GENERAL : inn. Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 221.63 Sands, Salary 118.78 'a. State Bank, Wold. 45.10, Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance 14.12' Advance Pub., Publishing. 38.25 Arwell, Inc., Rat Control 23.00 W. Finn, Court Costs 6400 Hutzell's, Rental 4.50 <lipto, Office Supplies 8.85 Koch Bros., Office Supplies 50.02 Upper D. M., "••<-<•-'-•-- a. Slate Bank, Whold. Frederick Hdwe., Mdso. 3.60 4.49 Hilton's, Service _"" 1533 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 230.51 Nauholz, Salary 7624 la. State Bank, Whold. 41.80 Trust & Agency, Pension 2.86 Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance 14.12 Kennc Signs, Signs 37.65 Are You Planning To Remodel? If so, see Bronson's first. We can furnish the materials alone or do the job complete with materials and labor. Many different woods for paneling. We are experts in kitchen cupboards, cabinet work for kitchen and bathroom, or redoing a room for recreation, gladly given. Free estimates BRONSON Building Service 'HOME OF REDI-BILT HOMES" 5-5369 North of Chrome Algona, Iowa Burtis, Publishing 120.11 STREET Salary __• 175.18 Frambach, Salary 168.49 Helmers, Salary 170.11 Lashbrook, Salary 202.92 Pergande, Salary 2I4.?4 Prew, Salary 191.29 Wibben, Salary 161.71 E. Skilling, Labor 45.12 la. State Bank, Whold. 145.05 NOTHING LIKJE^f ... Ever Befotej&$ SISTERS GRADUATE — Mary Kay Cook and Lois Cook Bendixen, daughters of Mr and Mrs Alvine Cook of Terril, received their degrees qt commencement at the University of Iowa. FARMERS: Grow Pop Corn on excess acreage for early Additional Income Grow high yielding pop corn at a guaranteed price. Variety adapted to your vicinity. Hybrid seed & plates furnished at cost. NQ isolation necessary. 10 acre minimum. Feed grain base exempt. We pay trucking. Write or call for details today. Local Agent: Bill Erdman Corwith, lewi Phone 513-2114 American Pop Corn Company SCHALLJR, IOWA 8-10-J2-14-16 Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! All Types Off CARPENTRY WORK Experienced in Construction of TILE CEILINGS WINDOWS DOORS KITCHENS FLOORS CLOSETS NEW ROOFS See me for special prices on new combination storm and screen windows. WALT'S CARPENTRY SERVICE WALT ZENTNER 409 N. Hall St. Ph. 295-2517 Algona, Iowa RUSCO Ail-Steel, Self-Storing COMBINATION SCREEN AND STORM DOOR A screen door und slorm door all in one. Just raise glass for ventilation—like a window! •Call for Free Demonstration • ROBINSON CONST CO. Highway 18 East ALGONA, IOWA PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR CERTIFIED SEED OATS AND BEANS COMPLETE LISTING NOW! Algona Flour & Food "Complett Lint §f Fit Id & Grass Seeds" CWLIETE CLOSING-OUT FARM SALE As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell at Public Auction mv personal property on the farm located two miles north, two miles west, one mile north of Sherburn, Minn.; or three miles south, two miles west and one mile south of Trimont, Minn., on MONDAY. FEB. 22 SALE STARTS AT 12:00 SHARP 73 HEAD OF PUREBRED & HIGH GRADE GUERNSEY CATTLE Connie, bred Dec. 17, to freshen Sept. 26 with 3rd calf, 9,600 Ibs. milk, 504 butterfat, 5.7 test; Gertie, bred Scot. 10 to Wyno- Saint's Hero, to freshen June 18 with 5th calf, 9,590 Ibs. milk, 505 Ibs. butterfat, registered cow; Fran, bred Nov. 24, to freshen Aug. 1 with 5th calf, 8,360 Ibs. milk, 475 Ibs. butterfat. 5.6 test; Murial, bred Dec. 9, to freshen Sept. 13 with 5th calf, 9,350 Ibs. milk, 465 Ibs. buttfirfat,.4,9 test; Vicki, to freshen Mar. 4, bred to 179 Curtis* bull, 9,990 Ibs. milk, 462 Ibs. butterfat, 4.6 test; Doris; bred Jan. 23, to freshen Oct. 31 with 3rd calf, 9,920 Ibs. milk, 418 Ibs. butterfat, 4.2 test; Paula, freshened Jan. 20 with 3rd calf, 8,720 Ibs. milk, 418 Ibs. butterfat, 4.8 test; Maxine, bred Dec. 4, to freshen Sept. 12 with 5th calf, 9,180 Ibs. mrlk, 416 Ibs. butterfat, 4.5 test; Resale, bred Jan. 4, to freshen Oct. 12 with 4th calf, 8.470 Ibs. milk, 415 Ibs. butterfat, 4.9 test, registered; Ginger, bred Jan. 8, to freshen Oct. 16 with 4th calf, 8,220 Ibs. milk, 404 Ibs. butterfat, 4.9 test; Rhonda, bred Dec. 3, to freshen Sept. 11 with 3rd calf, 7,890 Ibs. milk, 406 Ibs. butterfat, 5.0 test, registered; Fawn, bred Nov. 26, to freshen Aug. 3 with 5th calf, 8,250 Ibs. milk, 378 Ibs. butterfat, 4.9 test, registered; Valentine, bred Nov. 30, to freshen Aug. 7 with 4th calf, 8,050 Ibs. milk, 381 Ibs. butterfat, 4.7 test, registered; Victoria, bred Nov. 27, to freshen Aug. 4 with 3rd calf, 7,389 Ibs. milk, 358 Ibs. butterfat, 4.8 test; Peggy, bred Dec. 16, to freshen Sept. 24 with 3rd calf, 7,850 Ibs. milk, 340 Ibs. butterfat, 4.2 test; Melba, bred Jan. 1, to freshen Oct. 9 with 3rd calf; Monica, bred Dec. 6, to freshen Sept. 14 with 3rd calf; Sally, bred Dec. 11, to freshen Sept. 19 with 2nd calf; Princess, bred Dec. 4, to freshen Sept. 12 with 3rd calf, registered; Cora, bred Dec. 23, fo freshen Oct. 1 with 2nd calf; Aimee, bred Jan. 3, to freshen Oct. 11 with 1st calf; Kim, bred Dec. 10, to freshen Sept. 18 with 2nd calf; Molly, bred Dec. 11, to freshen Sept. 19 with 2nd calf; Millie, bred Dec. 5, to freshen Sept. 13 with 3rd calf; Barbara, bred Nov. 30, to freshen Sept. 7 with 3rd calf, registered; Valerie, freshened Dec. 23 with 2nd calf, registered; Daisie, to freshen April 19 with 1st calf; Jane, bred Dec. 15, to freshen Sept. 23; Buttercup, to freshen April 6 with 1st calf, bred to Dispatch; Carol, bred July 15, to freshen April 22 with 2nd calf; Rhoda, bred Oct. 20, to freshen July 28 with 2nd calf, bred to Jolly Vern, registered; Sonyia, bred Jan. 1, to freshen Oct. 9 with 1st calf; Bonita, bred Aug. 15 to Tri-Super, to freshen May 23 with 1st calf, registered; Mickey, bred Dec. 9, to freshen Sept. 17 with 1st calf; Ellen, due to freshen Feb. 28 with 2nd calf, bred to Dispatch, registered; Virginia, bred Aug. 15, to freshen May 23 with 1st calf, registered; Ruby, freshened Dec, 31 with 1st calf, open, registered; Claudia, bred Nov. 26, to freshen Sept. 23 with 1st calf, registered; Velma, to freshen Feb. 28 with 3rd calf, bred to Tri-Super, registered; Pam, to freshen Mar. 20 with 2nd calf, bred to V-Fame, registered; Lindy, to freshen Jan. 13, open, with 2nd calf; Elaine, to freshen Mar. 20 with 3rd calf, bred to V-Fame, registered; Dottie, bred Dec. 10, to freshen Dec, 19 with lit c*If; Dee, bred Jan. 5, to freshen Oct. 13 with 1st calf; Abby, bred Jan. 3, to freshen Oct. Ill with 1st calf; Terry, bred to Dispatch, to freshen. Feb. 10 with ™ 1st calf; Eileen, bred to Top Command, to freshen Mar. 4 wjth '•„',• 1st calf, registered; Beauty, bred to Top Command, to freshen i\ Mar. 4 with 1st calf, registered; Ginger heifer, bied to Dispatch, J«i to freshen April 4 with 1st calf; Vivian, bred to Tri-Super, to l', freshen April 4 with 1st calf, registered; Connies heifer, bred t* Dec. 28, to freshen with 1st calf; Sally, bred Dec. 7, to freshen *,t ! with 1st calf; 7 Yearling open heifers; Nine Coming Yearling Open •J Heifers; Two Heifer Calves; Two Coming Yearling Guernsey Bujls, *t i 1 Bonanza breeding and 1 Norgerts Royal Nance. The following *>, 1 heifers are Bonanza's daughters: Rhonda, Ruby, Velma, Eileen, »* Elaine, Beauty. First and second heifers are granddaughters of Bonanza. 3 TRACTORS — 1954 Mc-D. Model Super M with live hydrtu- lie and live power; 1946 J.D. Model B tractor, with starter; 1938 Mc.-D. Model F-20 Farmall tractor. BALER — 1946 Mc.-D. M«tJtl 46 Baler, with bale chute and hitch. COMBINE — Mc.-D. Model 76 Combine, with P.T.Q., pickup and straw spreader. FIE^D HARVESTER — Mc.-D. Model 20C Chopper, complete with hay and corn head. POWER MACHINERY — Farm Hand Model F-15 Mamjr* Loader, with snow bucket; Mc.-D. Moelel 2ME Picker, with blower and F-20 mounting;; J. D. Model 555 4-bottpm, 14-inch $trip-^pt- torn Plow; Mc.-D. Model 32 trailer-type 7-ft. Mower; Mc.-D- 438 Cultivator, with rubber gauge wheels; J. D. Model 490 4-row C<jrn Planter, with fert.; Winters 4-bottom Stubble Turner; New He'- land 130-bu. P.T.O. Manure Spreader, with forage sides and bijnk conveyor; Mc.-D. 12-ft., 8-in. Wheel Tandem Disk; 10-ft. Binder Windrower; J. D. 15-ft. Disk; J. D. 2-rpw Cultivator; J. D. ?-bottpm 14-inch Tractor Plow; 5-sectipn Flexible Harrow. L. P. (Shorty) NEPPL, owner *;

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