Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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WHILE Y8U WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-tO'Co&st Store illlllllllllllllilillllllllllllllllllllllllllilllillllllllllll Ill linn | Hr MR. FARMER. MINIMUM TILLAGE NOW! If you have a late model 4 tow JD or IMC planter, here is a Dakota Iron Minimum Tillage Plantor Harrow to mount on it. Only adds 28" in length. Reduce planting time and costs; conserve moisture; control weeds; get fast germ* ination and big yields. ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE East of Algona on Highway 18 vi 16 18 20 22 24 26 Opportunity MMAAMMAAMMM ARE YOU A CAREER SEEKING MAN Ambitious alert young men wanted by one of the countries largest consumer finance companies for Executive training program leading to Branch Manager and other executive positions. Must be high school graduate with pleasing personality and desire to work with the public in interesting, helpful and challenging job. Good Starting salary with increases, commensuate with ability. Liberal and.com- plete employee benefits with secure-future. .Apply in person to: Mr. Schuster; Manager IOWA FINANCE COMPANY 112 North Moore Algona PH. 295-3507 23 FOR RENT — Modern apartment, partly furnished, pri- ate entrance, available April St. Phone 5-2566, Mrs L. Mile- ey. 14w21tfn •'OR RENT — 1 bedroom modern house newly decorated, gas heat, full basement. 715Vfe iV. College. Leonard Maasdam. 15wl3tfn Planning to paint? Planning on painting your farm buildings or house in town? If so, contact us for free estimate, by hour or contract. We also do interior painting. We have a line 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 i - North of Chrome ••$*•» "^W^'l* *W-«i-.-4 • «-»»«! +•• •;.--- ' •— Algona, Iowa MMAMMMM Services »*•»••••••••••»»•»«»«•»• FOR RENT — Electric Sham, pooer for $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy Read's Furniture, Algona. 19w49tftfn Notices Bin SELECTION USED FURNITURE • Auction Hnu<* • Phone 295.3*37 Subsidiary of: BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. Aloona NOTICE ELECTROLUX® SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E: Grove -,-. ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 ••••••»«•»••••»»»»*•«•» Rentals OR RENT — STEEL BLDG. •— 40 x 80. Suitable for warehouse or shop. Concrete floor, lose in. K. S. Cowan, Algona, a. Ph. 295-3870. 21wl5tfn Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA FOR RENT — BASEMENT of K. S. Cowan Bldg.. formerly oc- upied bv Hawkeye Bowling Lanes. 5600 sq. ft. Accoustical ile ceiling. Air-conditioned. Street and alley entrance. K. S. Cowan, Algona, la. Ph. 295 3870. 31wl5tfn FOR RENT — Two bedroom a partment, unfurnished with all utilities paid. Available immediately, close-in. Call 5-3504 before 5:30; 5-3498 after. Taylor Apartments, Algona. 21w48mttfn WANTED — Married farmhand experienced with machinery. No dairy. Modern house. Separate buildings. Ph. TU 8-2557, Ledyard, la. meier. Arden Kramers- 21-24* Farm Machinery FOR SALE — DUPLEX. Like new — Brick construction, 2- beclroom units, full basements, individual heating. Priced to sell. K. S. Cowan, Algona, la, Phone 295-3870. 23wl5tfll FOR RENT — 32 x 36 Steel Bldg. suitable for retail outlet. Facing Diagonal street. Ample parking plus adjacent shop and storage space 32 x 48. K. S. Cowan, Algona, la. Phone 2953870. 31wl5tfn FOR RENT — 3 room apartment, close-in witb private entrance and bath. Call 5-3837. Bjustrom Furniture Store, Algona. 35tfn Card of Thanks USED MACHINERY 1947 Allis-Chalmprs WC Tractor, overhauled Char-Lvnn Hyd. Pump with Oliver Mtcs. John Deere 14 ft. Wheel Tandem Disk, with AF bearings, 3 years old. 1955 IKC 400 Gas Tractor 1962 Volkswagen, Panel Delivery , 1951 % T. Ford Pickup with / Combination Box 1964 614 Oliver Trip Bottom Plow Ford Major Loader Horn Loader w/snow bucket, fits IHC tractors Harvey PTO Hammermill'with Traveling Table & 13' Auger Bearcat 2A Mill w/PTO & Auger Bearcat 2A Mill w/PTO and Drop Feeder Gehl 41 Mill w/PTO, Drop Feeder and Auger Several other Mills, $25 and up 416 Oliver Hyd. Trip Bottom Plow Model 17 New Idea Manure Spreader 1962 Corvair Van Truck Self-Propelled Hahn Strayer 1955 1% T. Ford Truck w/hoist 1955 1% T. Ford Truck w/Box & Hoist 1956 1V 2 T. Ford Truck Chassis JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, Iowa Ph. 295-2421 FOR SALE — Brand new home, 3 bedroom, 2 car garage. E. Linden St., Algona, la. John Hjelmelancl, Building Contractor, LuVerne. la. Ph. 882-3403. 22\vl5tfn Automotive FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY — 1962 Chev. 283 automatic, light blue, 43.000 miles. Good condition. Phone 295-3801, Algona. 23-26* Hop STORMOR AND GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT DEALER FOR THIS AREA! Name the date.. of your harvest when you ha\ie^TO/?MOJ? DRY-O-M ATION! Stormor Dry-0-Mation is first choice on thousands of farms because it makes you the boss of your own harvest. You can condition your grain to highest quality and hold it there for the best market or under government loan. Dry-O-Mation is a top- quality combination of Stormor steel bins plus drying floors, fans and heat units-plus loading, unloading and sweep augers to take the work out of grain handling. Bins from 1,000 to 12,600 bushels, St* lift now for ceiffjiltff cfota/fe KEITH & STOCKOALE CARD OF THANKS — May we '."' take this rttethod of thanking our neighbors and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in our bereavement. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. The Sjogren family. 32w23 CARD OF THANKS — I want to thank my relatives and friends for the many cards, flowers, prayers and good deeds done for me while at St. Ann hospital, University hospital and since my return home. May God Bless all of you. Emma Knecht. 23* FOR SALE — 24 Bred Gilts bred and April farrow. Hampshire for March Also Fall boars ready for service. F. C. Newlin and Son, Armstrong, Iowa. Phone 272-4231. 21 & 23 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, SVfe west Algona, Dick Kuecker. 19-25* MR. FARMER — Something, piece filled with flowers and new in farm property insurance. If you want more protcc- ,ion — a broader coverage -— fair claim settlements — low rates — see L. S. Bohannon, cast of Iowa State Bank. 30w23 FOR SALE — Hampshire boars. Serviceable age, Vac. & tested. Joseph Skow, Wesley. ' 11-24* THANK YOU — To Father L. C, Schumacher, Sisters of St. Francis, and members of St. Josoph's parish, Bode, we wish to extend a sincere thank you for all kindnesses extended' to us while members of the parish. Gratefully, The Ralph Kennes. 36w23 *••»•»•+++++»++»»•««++•« For Sale FOR SALE — 100 ewes to start lambing April 1. Ross Inman, Bancroft, Iowa. 12w23-24 USED MACHINERY 1—1954 50 John Deere — Top ..condition.. . ; •-.-. / 1—1960 Case 800 Gas — Power Steering, P. Shift Wheel. A-l. 1—1961 971 Ford, Lead in Tires P. Steering, A-l Shape. 1—1954 Case SC, wide front, 3 Pt, L. P. T. 0. 1—Grainovator 20 — Feed Wagon. 1—Late 2 P. R. IHC Picker 1—Demo. 3-16" Trip Plow, pull type. 1—Used John Deere Wagon Many others — TAYLOR IMPL. CO. Algona, Iowa Help Wanted .WANTED — Man 25 Jp .40. years old for assistant Diesel engine operator. Steady job with vacation and sick leave. Send inquires to Box 144, Algona. 25w22-23 Boy Scout winners announced at Lakota Lakota — Winners were announced in the carving competition for local Boy Scouts at their meeting Monday niglit. Neckerchief slides were designed and carved, each boy selecting his own design. First prize of twenty-five cents went to Rodney Foster for his shield design; second prize of fifteen cents was awarded to T. J. Hanken for his carved water buffalo; third place and ten cents went to Bill Hanken for his entry, "Ouch", cortoon-like figure with an arrow piercing his head; fourth prize and five cents was awarded to Bobby Johnson for his long cylinder slide with the hollow center. Judges were Burdette Hoeppner and Nick Thomsen. Scoutmaster is Gottlieb Rieffer and the assistant is Jack Foster. To head Red Cross work at Lakota Lakota — Mrs. Robert Hamil;on is the Red Cross chairman 'or Lakota. She will be assisted by Mrs. Herman Jutting, Mrs. eorge Weringa, Mrs. Carl Gerzema, Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht. Miss Audrey Ruby, Mrs. A. E. Anderson and Mrs. Robert Thompson. Some residents have already been contacted by these workers and others will be in the next week or so to ask for contributions to assist with the work of the American Red Cross. Shower held for Lakofa woman tiny cradle nutcups, all in pink and blue. A program was presented: Welcome given by Mrs. W. D. Ley; Mrs. Don Boyd, devotions and prayer; a reading by Mrs. Carl Gerzema and Uic Nursery ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 THURSDAY, MARCH 25/1965.: Class Choir sang several nUm| bers under the direction of Mrs, Vernon Smith. •'•: Gifts were presented and opened by Mrs. Reiners. , Real Estate FOR SALE — 7 room house, 4 bdrms., full basement, garage, 733 N. Wooster, Phone 295-5531. 21-24* FOR SALE — Modern 1 bed room home with garage in St. Joe. Call or see Frank P. Stattel- man, Ph. 332-9995, Humboldt, la. 23 25 27 29 . In CHrn H*ndljn fl . Mr. Kylt Kfiffe ind ion fill eii ftrwif rt in tMi tffi *N W'H »»*• Mr MMfctolrt life? experience in pUnning «hd erecting building* and bin*, pRE.§f ASQN DISCOUNT'S STUL IN iFFEC!. C4LL ? 9 5-380' OR WRITE Kyle Keith, Algol)*, low*. Every acre of Sochevllle alfalfa winter-feeds an extra cow or steer HELP WANTED — If you have 4 hours a day and would like nteresting work, I have a pro fitable opportunity for you. For appointment call 295-5491 or write Box 174, Algona. Lakota An Open House Baby Shower was held on Thursday to honor Mrs. John Reiners. Hostesses and sponsors included members of the U.P.W. It was held in the church parlors of the First Presbyterian church. Decorations were all made by the women including a big stork 21-26* holding a baby, a cradle center- RE SCHEDULED HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE EVENING SALE — 7 P.M. SATURDAY, MARCH 27 ELIZABETH KOHL ESTATE Sale at Norton Machine Shoo — West of Courthouse Bridge over your Corn losses-2 ways! Sodaville: ALFALFA <«?f5^ : Plant Socheville alfalfa far bigger milk checks . . , more beef per acre. * Socheville normally yields 1 to 1V ? morf ton; of fine-quality forage per acre — every 10 acres worth an extra $120 to Socheville can grow more forage in short rotation than any other alfalfa. Produces an extrq, cutting of hay per year. Starts earlier in spring... recovers faster after cutting.. grows later in fall. A product of L-. Teweles Seed Co., Milwaukee }, teweles badger. Algona Flour & Food "Taylsr's South Phillips Al9«na SALE Monday, March 29th TIME 1 P.M. We will have our usual run of good quality local livestock for this coming Monday's sale, Listen to KLGA 12:10 Monday noon for complete listing Algona Livestock Market DAY - 295-7648 Phones Merle C. Hill, Owner & Mgr. 582-4982 — Forest City NIGHT - 295-5088 Eddie Elbert, Yard Mgr. SEE Dau's Garage Last! For that Used Gar. We invite comparison with used cars you may have looked over. Dau's Used Gars offer that little bit extra in superb conditioning. See Tom Frankl or William F. Dau and make your choice from the following; 1964 OLDSMOBILE F85 Cutlass, Straight Stick, Radio, Heater, whitpwsll tires, white color, red interior. 13.000 miles. NOW $2495 1963 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 Celebrity Sedan, air conditioning, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Autronic Eye, White with a Red Interior. 1963 '"•LnSMrtRlUE Dvnamir 88 4 Door Sedan. Hvdramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, White Sidewall Tires. One owner, looks and runs like new. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 4 Door Sedan, Automatic Transmis- 'J «ir«n. radio, heater, power brakes. One ov/ner. NOW , $1925 1963 F-85 4 Door Sedan, Straight Stick, Radio, Heater. A low mileage economical car. NOW . _ $1595 1963 RAMBLER Classic 660 4 Door Station Wagon, Overdrive Transmission, Heater, Electric Clock, Red and White Color. NOW $1795 By applying Taylor "topper" Fertilizers the way you should. To harvest 100 to 150-bushel corn per acre! Let Mitch Taylor show you both the PRACTICAL and the SCIENTIFIC methods of doing this. Early Harvest and Drying. Yes, the second road is to harvest your crops e*t!y. Dry them to a safe moisture content and eitii er store them or market them, iee Rex Taylor for ell the facts on early harvest. Taylor Implement Co, "YOUR GRAIN HARVESTING HEADQUARTERS" $.$467 ALGONA 1962 CHEVROLET Impels 4 door Sodan, automatic transmission, radio, heater, whitewall tires. NOW - $1795 1962 RAMBLER Deluxe 4 door Station Waqon, raHio, hearer, overdrive transmifsion, reclininq seats. NOW $1295 1961 CHEVROLET V-8 Nomad 4 Door Station Wagon, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, White Sidewall Tires. NOW ..-- $1395 1961 COMFT 6 cvl.. 4 dr. Station Wagon with straight stick. R & H and whitewall tires, only $995 1960 RAMBLFR Deluxe 4 door Sedan. Straight stick, heater, Whitewall tires, Green color, 1960 BUICK Invicta 4 Door Station Wagon, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, White Sidewall Tires Now $1595 I960 FORD Galaxie 500 4 Door Sedan, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, White Sidewall Tires. White Color, 1959 OLDSMOBILE 98 4 door Hardtop. Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Electric Windows, Electric Seat, Factor Air Conditioning, Autronic Eye. 1959 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 2 Door Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Whitewall Tires, Medium Blue Color. 1957 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 door, Hydramatic, R & H, power brakes. NOW $595 1957 FORD 6 Cylinder 2 Door Station Wagon, Straight Stick with Overdrive, Radio, Heater, New Paint Job. Green Color. NOW -$475 1956 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4 door, Hydramatic, R & H, new beige paint job. 1956 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 door Holiday Sedan, Hydramatic, Radio, Heater, Whitewall Tires. Green and White color. nAU'cOLDSMOBILE PAU 9 & RAMBLER 125 South Dodge ALGONA, IOWA

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