Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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Owl of Ttiaks CAttD Of THANKS — We wish to thank the Priest, sisters and doctors, nurses and nurses aides, deaf friends, and ail who fetneffibered our dear husband and fdther during his long ill' ness, for the Spiritual bouquets, prayers, floral tributes, sympa* thy cards, food and many acts df kindness shown us at the time of his passing. — The family of George cink. 56wi7 CARD OP THANKS — Our siri- cere thanks to the many friends for their expressions oi sympathy in cards and memo*- ials for the services of Mrs £f* fie Robinson. A special thanks to the ladies of. the First Baptist church" for the good lUiicH. The family of Mrs. Effie Robinson. 44wl7* \\ \ \ Farm MacMiwrj USED MACHINERY 1947. Allis'Cnalmers WC Tractor,, overhauled Char-Lynn Hyd. Pump with Olivet Mtes. John Deere 14 ft. Wheel Tandem MM ARE YOU Planning on painting your farm buildings or house in town? I so, contact;us for free estimate by hour or contract. We also do inttrior painting. We have a lin» of good reliable paint. Call or see. Let us book you. JOHN A. STRAYER Phone 295-3878 BRONSON LUMBER CO. Phone 295-5369 BRONSON Building Service "HOME OF REDI-BILT HOMES' 5-5369 North of Chrome Algona, Iowa HMMAAMMMMI , with AF bearings, 3 years old. 955 IKG 400 Gas Tractor Volkswagen, fafrel Dellv- Rail E»UU »e»eee»»eeaeae»»»aeea»*a e«eeeeee»e»eee»e»ee»eeef FOR SALE — f room house, 4 bdrms., fu.ll basement, garage. 733 N. WooSter, Phone 2955531. 17-20' foild Pickup with ^Combination Box |14upliver Trip Bottom ' ' " FOR SALE — DUPLEX. Like new — Brick construction, 2- bedroom units, full basements, individual heating. Priced to sell. K. S."Cowan, Algona, la. Phone 295-3870. 23wl5tfn NdtiCos FOR SALE — Brand new home, ,3 bedroom, 2. car garage. E. Linden St., Algona, la. John Hjelmeland, Building Contractor, LuVerne, la. Ph. 882-3403; •: 22wl5tfn Major Loader lorn Loader w/snow bucket, fits IHC: tractors ",'• Harvey PTO^Harhmermill with Tfaveline;Table & 13' Auger Bearcat 2A Mill w/PTO & Auger Bearcat 2A Mill w/PTO and Drop Feeder Gchl 41 Mill w./PTO, Drop Feeder and 1 Auger Several Other Mills, $25 and up 416 Oliver Hyd. Trip Bottom Plow Model 17 New Idea Manure Spreader 1962 Corvair Van Truck Self-Prooelled Hahn Strayer 1952 CHEV. TRUCK w/flat bed and hoist. 1955 1% T. Ford Truck • w/hoist • , 1955 1% T. Ford Truck w/Box & Hoist 1956 1% T, Ford Truck Chassis JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algeria, Iowa Ph. 295-2421 2Ut Annual MARKET DAY SALE Thursday, March 18 CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Selling Antiques, Furniture, Misc.. Machinery. You can bring your machinery now. • KERMIT FOWLER, Mgr. Ph, 279-1614, Ottosen 14-17-19* Nogs •»»ooooooeoeeooooo«oooo> FOR SALE — Duroc gilts to farrow soon. P. M. Christensen- Lone Rock, la. llw 16-17 FOR SALE — Purebred Duroc fall boars, same breeding as our pigs at Ames Testing Station. W. J. Stewart, Ph. 4R96, Burt, la. 20wlltfn BIG SELECTION USED FURNITURE • Auction House • Phone 795-3137 Subsidiary of: BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. Alpona Lost ft Found ••••••••••oeoo+oeoooooo* LOST OR STRAYED — Critter, owner can have by paying costs. Durwood Rutledge, Algona. 13W14-18 Opportunity HOUSEWIVES — MOTHERS — Earn $2.00 per hour and still manage your home, part-time. No canvassing. Phone 295-3311, Algona, la. 13-21* ••••••••••••••e-ee-eeee-eee Work Wanted NOTICE ELECTROLUX® SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 i«++»»»eeeeee-ee»e-+e»«»»« WANTED — Custom corn shelling. John Wagner. Ph. 2953082, Algona, Iowa. 12-18* 4tfn Miiiiiipniiiiiiiiii Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates ,' SEE "BiLL'< NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STAtEfiANK — ALGONA »niai«ll!lli!Wlli!lll!IIIIU!lli mm tmm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m Planning an Auction? Contact Pale Yungeberg BONDED LIVESTOCK DEALER — YOUR LOCAL AUCTIONEER — 20 Years Experience % Call 5-3393 or 5-3593 ALGONA, IOWA Don't Forget Our Wesley Livestock Auction at Wesley •'••-•- • :EvarY'$atorday!:i.,.-.v'fx: '..'••. '• -/;::"i^ FOR SALE — Purebred Yorkshire fall boars, cut out information available on all boars. Ida Grove test, daily gain 2.44; 5.09 loin eye. Phone 925-3301, 3 north; 5% west Algona, Dick Kuecker. 14-19 FOR SALE — Hampshire boars. .. Serviceable age, Vac. & tested. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 11-24* Rentals eeeeea- ,»eeeeeeeee»e)»« FOR RENT — Furnished apartment with garage. 295-2549 after 6 p.m. Call 17tfng 14 students at Sentral win firsts Mienke and Mollie Blanchard, dramatic declamations, Judy Craft, oratorical declamation; landa Hansen, Bonnie Crouch and Jill Blanchard, humofous declamations; Rehae Votteler, story telling; and Janet Hammerstrom, radio speaking. The one act play, "Antic Spring" received a 11 rating. Its cast included Bill Hassel. Andrea Stefanski, Allen Hall, Mike Hassel, Carol Zumach, and Becky Hantelman. The state speech contest will 5e March 19-20 at Sioux City. Sentral's speech director is Mrs. Jon Johnson. CHURCH WOMEN MEET Lutheran Church Women of St. John's, Depew, met Thursday afternoon in the parish house. Devotions were by Rev. Oliver Johnson. The cause of the month' was American Missions. A skit was given, introduced by Mrs. Ernest Berkland. Taking part were Mrs. Kenneth Cody, Mrs. Oscar Berkland, Mrs. Telman Egland. and Mrs. Herman Norland. They saw a film on the Martin Luther home, retarded children in Beatrice, Neb. Special music was by Mrs. Ted Jensen on the musical saw, accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Osborn. ton collected $90.55 in February, ALGONA (lov/a) ADVANCE—7 reports Mrs. Gus Krause, chairman. Workers in the house-to- house canvass were Mrs. Marvin Ackerson, Mrs. Marian Mueller, Mrs. Paul Zumach, Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Mrs. Donald Priebe, IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of THE STATE OF IOWA IN AMD rOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Or PETER MERTZ. DGceosed. PROBATE NO: 8655 NOTICE Or PROBATE Or WILL, Or APPOINTMENT Or EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You arc hereby notified that on the 1st day of March, 1965, the last will ana testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 6th day of February, 1964, was admitted to probate in the qbovfi named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor ol said estate. Notice, is given that all persons indcbtec to Sold estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, anc creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as providec by law, duly authenticated, for allowance and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (un less otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 1sr day of March, 1965. H. P. Mertz Executor of • said Estate Ottosen, Iowa Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Executor Algono, Iowa Address Date of second publication llth day of March, 1965. Published in the Algona Kossutl County Advance, Algona, Iowa March 4 and 11, 1965. »eeeeee«eee»eeee»»e»eee« Cattlo 00000»0000.0»OOOOOOOOOOOi FOR RENT — 2 bedroom duplex. Call 295-5671. Possession immediately. 10wl6tfn FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment. Call 5-5458. ; 7wl3tfn FOR SALE — Registered polled Hereford bulls, 11 head, 8 to 30 months, $175 to $275. GARRISON STOCK FARM, 4 south, 2 west, Swea City, la. Ph. BR 24247. 13-15-17-19* oooeooooooooooooeooooooe For Salo FOR RENT.— 1 bedroom mod- eriP fioiise^he^lyfdecorited, gas heat, full basement. 715^; W. College. Leonard Maasdam. 15wl3tfn FOR RENT — BASEMENT of K. S. Cowan Bldg.. formerly occupied by Hawkeye Bowling, Lanes. 5600 sq. ft. Accpustical tile ceiling. Air-conditioned.. Street and alley entrance. K. S. Cowan, Algona, la. Ph. 2953870. '•' , 31wl5tfn Fenton — Fourteen from Sentral high school won first division ratings Saturday in the district speech contest at Boone Valley and will compete in the state contest. Twenty-one second division ratings were also awarded. Sentral had 33 students competing in the district contest this year, with two students entering more than one division. Students placing first were Marilyn Alt, dramatic reading, Douglas Kading and Kathry Ditsworth,. ,or.a,UoiV5,. ( Ka,tbryn -JSchad endorf, story telling, and Ervin Root and Gary Rath, radio speaking. Also placing first was a play reading, Tom Sawyer Wins Out, which included Allen Hall, Brian Menz, Robert Krause, Cheryl Jensen, Cheryl Krause, Mary Lou Larson, Rita Luedtke, and Dale Eldridge. Students placing second were SCOUTS TAKE HIKE Eighteen of the 21 members of Boy Scout Troop 90 of Fenton tvent on their second hike and cook-out Sunday afternoon. The roop was organized last September and leaders are Don THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1965 /[rs. Marion ay Uthof. Stucki, and Mrs. MR. FARMER, MINIMUM TILLAGE NOW! If you have a late model A row JD or IIIC planter, here is a Dakota Iron Minimum Tillage Planter Harrow to mount on it. Only adds 28" in length. Reduce planting time and costs; conserve moisture; control weeds; get fast germination and big yields. Algona Implement Co. Commercial St. Algona •eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Now is the time to stop in and check your seed and fertilizer needs. See us today! How a buohei of alfalfa grows rndro corn or beano MaNure FOR SALE — Magazine listing saddle club and trail ride functions of all clubs both large and small in si^c states. Published monthly. Subscription fee $1,00 per year. Send to: All Around i Horseman, Estherville, Iowa, , 34wl7 FOR RENT — 32 x 36 Steel Bldg. suitable for retail out- et. Facing Diagonal street, Am>le parking plus adjacent shop and storage space 32 x 48. K. S. lowan, Algona, la. Phone 2953870. 31wl5tfn WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store • BlUUf D ALFALFA FOR PLOW-POWN Sorvioot FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase ol LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAM POO, Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona. 19w49tftfn Rawland, Don Priebe, and Ronald Chrischilles. Co-sponsors of ;he troop are the Fenton post of the Legion and the Fenton Fire department. The five-mile tiike was taken along the Des Moines river north of Seneca. HEAR BOOK REPORT The Town and Country Women's club heard a book report by Mrs. Dale Weisbrod on Angel at her Shoulder by Kenneth L. ,WUspn,., .The, meeting. was Tues day at Mrs. John Waite's, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, co-hostess. March, they will hear a talk by Pearl Gahuman of the Philippines, a foreign student in Swea City. ' ANNUAL MEETING The Fenton Cooperative Telephone Co. will hold its annual meeting and election of two directors for three year terms March 6. The meeting will be held in the Fenton Community Center at 1:30 p.m. $90 TO HEART FUND The Heart Fund drive in Fen- eeee«eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»e»eeeeeeee«eeeeeeeeee MEN 19 TO 50 WANTED Now for Specialized Training in the MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY For LIVESTOCK BUYING: Cattle, Hogs, Veal, Lamb; PLANT FOREMEN: U. S. LAY INSPECTORS. COUNTRY ORDER BUYERS: SALES. Other Higher Paying Positions. We prefer men having some livestock or farm background, willing to work hard for advancement, to security and retiremenl benefits. Write giving Age, Phone, and Experience. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MEAT PACKING BOX 4452 — Dept. 33 Columbia Heights Minneapolis 21, Minn. Audrey Bergum, Rachel Hurlburt, and Ivadelle Tietz, interpretive reading of poetry; Phyllis Cherland, Dennis Uthof, and Linda Knoll, interpretive reading of prose; Robert Krause, original oratory; Mary Emily FOR RENT — STEEL BLDG. — 40 x 80. Suitable for warehouse or shop. Concrete floor. Close in. K. S, Cowan, Algona, la. Ph. 295-3870. 21wl5tfn RENT — 3 room apartment, close-in with private entrance and bath. Call 5-3837. Bjustrom Furniture Store. Algona. 35tfn FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment, unfurnished with all utilities paid. Available immediately, close-in. Call 5-3504 before 5:30; 5-3498 after. Taylor Apartments, Algona. 21w48rattfn FOR RENT — Upstairs apartment, three bedrooms, unfurnished. Close-in (two blocks from State street). Available immediately. Call 5-5674 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day but Sunday, g "New for 7965" Behlen BATCH DRYING BIN The Swlngin' Saturday Gran Pres March PINE ROOM JERRY BERTE JERRY OSTRUM PHIL SCHNEIDER t Boost* yifio-f Pf corn er *oybM«f ty *4«Jif it much li ?§ pound* pir «cn af aviiiibll NiUfflit. e growi Mtr» tgn» of lifi-|iyin| er|ini$ |f»in nurture. a Ju*t 9 month! from fit*lin| tl fvll mitufity; grow* di?p rpot iy»t»m. A product of U Teweles Seed Co., Milwaukee I, W t^weleo Algona Flour & Food S««th Phjiljpf i AJftfli "Taylor^* Prescription-Made Fertilijer'' 43r i^m Wmm mmm Monday. March. 8th TIME 1 P.M, 20 Pl«ck white-face heifer calves, wtifht 45^; 12 black heifers, weifht 425; I? black heifers weight, 675; n good fnfVi tpringinf cows, praf tested- Listen ti KLGA 12:10 Monday noon for complete liftinf Algona Livestock Market _Pnon*»—- NIQHT - ?95-5088 PUBLIC AUCTION of REAL ESTATE The following described real estate, to-wit: The Eait Half pf the Northeast Quarter (E'/z NE'/i) and the East Half of the West Half of (he Northeast Quarter (EVa WVa NE'/ 4 ) of Section 32, Township 96 North, Range 30, West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, will be offered for sale at public auction on TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1965 Yes, you expect «nd receive the "Latest" and the "Most" from Behlen Manufacturing Co- when it cpfies to Grain Drying and Storage Equipment. Thif new unit shown in th? foreground i* a "Batch Drying" unit only. Yoy can equip it any way you like for the speed of drying you want. It's ideal for farmers, elevators or anyone wanting • drying unit and no need for sforegs. Stop in ind get the latest details on this economy dryer for your farm. §ee Rex Taylor now «t . . . Taylor Implement Co. "YOUR GRAIN HARVESTING HEADQUARTERS" §.2447 ALGONA PLACE OF SALE: AT 3:00 P.M. Sale will be held on premises Two miles North and Vi mile East of Whittemore. In case of bad weather, sale will bfc held it Whittemore Cooperative Elevdtor, Whittemore, Iowa. TERMS OF SALE: 10% in cash, balance cash within 30 days. POSSESSION: SOIL: Immediately. AH good tillable soil. IMPROVEMENTS: New corn crib and machine shed. Approximately 70 acre? of fall plowing goes with farm. Sale subject io approval of Court. Abstract and clear title furnished. John N, Kollasch Estate By L. E. Linnan, Executor PALE YUNGEBERG, Auctioneer

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