Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1965 · Page 7
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WHILI YOU WAIT -KEYS* MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast'to'Coast Store Dependable 1964 DODGE POLARA 500 Convertible. Only 11,000 miles and Has 5 year 50,000 mile factory warranty . 1964 RAMBLER CLASSIC 660 4 dr., 6 cyl., Overdrive. Low miles and priced - right. 1963 BUICK SPECIAL 4 dr., 8'Cyl., aut., Power Steer..':;. ing. Only 23,000 miles . .' on' this 1-owner trade. 1962 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 dr., Hardtop, 8 cyl., auto, trans., power steering, power brakes. One owner — Low miles. 1962 VOLKSWAGEN with Sun Roof. A very nice one-owner economy car. Turquoise color. 1961 PLYMOCTH 4 dr. Sedan, 8 cyl., automatic. Only _./___ $995 1959 CHEVROLET 2 door Sedan, '348' engine, straight stick.' 1958 MERCURY 4 dr. Automatic and Power Steering. Nice car. 1958 FORD FAIRLANE 500 4 dr., 8 cyl., .automatic. Very clean body on this car. 1957 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4 dr., power steering, , power brakes, bright ~^- red. Sharp!) 5 •*? 1957 DODGE Coronet, 4 dr., 8 cyl., automatic transmission, 1 owner trade. 1957 PLYMOUTH 4 dr., Sedan, automatic. Green & White. 1956 FORD RANCH WAGON, 6 cyl., Overdrive. Runs good. TRUCKS 1949 INTERNATIONAL 1-ton with Combination Box, duals, 4 spaed trans. Runs good. 1949 CHEVROLET % T. Pickup. Stock rack. VERY GOOD. PERCIVAL S DODGE - CHRYSLER So. Phillips St. N N Algona ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCED? MONDAY; APRIL s, Rentals FOR RENT — Furnished.apart- ment with garage available immediately. Call 295-2549 after 6 p.m. 24tfng FOR, RENT — Modern apartment, partly furnished, private entrance, available April 1st. Phone 5-2566, Mrs L. Muckey. . I4w21tfn 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 FOR RENT — BASEMENT of K. S. Cowan Bldg., formerly occupied by Hawkeye Bowling Lanes. 5600 sq. ft. Accoustlcal tile ceiling. Air-conditioned. Street^ and alley entrance. K. S. Cowan, Algona, la. Ph. 2953870. 31wl5tfn FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment, unfurnished with all utilities paid. Available irh mediately, close-in. Call 5-3504 before 5:30; 5:3498 after. Taylor Apartments, Algona. 21w48mttfn FOR RENT — 32 x 36 Steel Bldg. suitable for retail outlet. Facing Diagonal street. Amole 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 with private en trance and bath. Call 5-3837 Bjustrom Furniture Store, Al gona. 35tfn Custom or Redi-bilt homes •«••«»•»•«•»•••«»•*•«++, Farm Machinery USED MACHINERY —1954 50 John Deere' — f oil condition. —1960 Case 800 Gas — Power Steering, P, Shift Wheel. A-l. . —1961 971 Ford, Lead in Tires, P. Steering, A-l Shape. —1954 Case SC, wide front, 3 Pt, L. P. T. O. 1—Grainovator 20 — Feed Wagon. ...... I—Late 2 P. R. IHC Picker 1—Demo. 3-16" Trip Plow, pull type. 1—Used John Deere Wagon . Many others—, " . . TAYLOR IMPL. CO. Hogs FOR SALE — Purebred York* shire boars, ready for heavy service, testing records show gains up to 2.48 and loin eyes up to 5.51. Don Marty, LuVerrie, Ipw.a. 26w25tfn Notices NOTICE ELECTROLUX® SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 'OR SALE — 560 Far mall. 1961 2800. Also Cult. 1600 Oliver 1965 - 4500. H. Schroeder, 1 mi. ., 3 N. Clear Lake, Iowa. - 21w26-27 Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — Please accept my sincere thangs for, the cards, letters and gifts while in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge and after I returned home. They were very much ap^ predated. — Mrs. Albert Bleich. 25* BIG SELECTION USED FURNITURE • Auction Hou»e • Phone 795-3837 Subsidiary of: BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. Alaona IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THI STATt Of IOWA IN ANb FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTtR OF THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH H. SCHROEDER, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 6666 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR. AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: YOU are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of March, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named dece- cedent bearing date the 12th day of June, 1964, was admitted to probate the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons Indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with tne clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from (lie second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 26th day of March, 1965. . H. E. Rachut Executor of said Estate Burt, Iowa Address Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney for said Executor Alqona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 5th day of April. 1965. .-•• Published In the Alqona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa March 29 and April 5, 1965. Valley Bonk & Trust, Interest . 12375 Id. State Bank, Whold. 2000 City Clerk, Adv. Cash __ i 88 Natl. Chemseareh, Supplies 511.50 NW Bell. Telephone 2080 O'Brien Mfg., Cable 88659 HICRtATION Boldrldge, Salary 9702 la. State Bank, Whold. 360 G. K. Klyn Inc., Roses ._ 35534 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 19717 Nauholz, Salary 32 81 la. State Bank, Whold. .. 34 50 Trust & Agency, Pension .. 228 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 859 Rockwell Mfg., Meter Mechanisms r . 1,913.85 Published In the Alpoha Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa April 5, 1965. Feed ft Seed Real Estate 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 FOR SALE — Choice alfalfa hay. A. F. Van Buren, Ph. 2953523. llw25-26 Automotive FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY — 1962 Chev. 283 automatic, light blue, 43,000 miles. - Good condition. Phone 295-3801, Algona. 23-26* FOR SALE.— Brand 3 bedroom, 2'car garage. E. Linden St., Algona, la. John Hjelmeland, Building Contrac-' tor, LuVerne, la. Ph. 882-3403. 22wl5tfn Homes Redi-Bilt Moved To ,1 Your Location — .Move in within one week • Reasonably Priced • Low Terms Free Planning Service Call or write for information — Dial 295-5369 BRONSON Building Service 'HOME OF REDI-BILT HOMES' 5-5369 North of Chrome Algona, Iowa FOR SALE — Three bedroom ranch style home, a 14 x 26 carpeted living room, pleasant dining area, tiled bath, Xnice birch kitchen with buift-ins. Every room has an abundance of closet and shelving space .with modern fold and sliding doors. Full basement with completely finished recreation room, Shown by appointment. Phone 295-3667. 53w26 JAMBS Every WEDNESDAY We Buy Ewes, Bucks & Lambs WE HAVE PLENTY OF ORDERS, FOR CHOICE TO PRIME LAMBS! We buy them •!!, but yew 9ft Top Market for Grain Fed lambs, So Feed 'Em enough) DELIVERY EVERY WEDNESDAY (With Your Hogs, Too, If You With) PHQN1 295-24U WESTERN BUYERS Help Wanted COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met March 31, 1965 with Mayor Finn and the following coun- il members present: Muckey, Anareasen, Cook, Baldus and Peirce. Absent: Elbert. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Beer permits were granted to the folowing: Loyal Order of Moose, Colony nn, Tall Paul's and V.F.W. Letter of resignation by Harold Erick- ion, O.D. from the Planning & Zoning lomm. was read and accepted. The reappointment of Lloyd Robinson, George Sefrit and Clayton Percival to he Planning & Zoning Comm. for a five year term was approved. The appointment of B. Wibben to -fill tie vacancy on the Planning & Zoning Domm. was approved. Resol. from the Planning 8. Zoning Comm. recommending the vacating of the alleys in Blk. 11 & 12 O.P. was read. Ord. No. 442, which is the vacating of the alleys in Blk. 1T& 12 O.P. to the City of Algona, was adopted. City Clerk was authorized to advertise for sale the alleys in Blk. II 8. 12 O.P. to the City of Algona and set April 28, 1965 at 7:30 P.M. for the dote of hearing. G. Ireland came before the council concerning Utilities rates. Mr. Ireland was referred to the Board of Trustess of the Algono Mun. Utilities. Mr. Ruby, from the General Service Administration, met with the council concerning the disposition of the old post office. The council, after considerable discussion, agreed to withdraw their intent to buy the old Post Office. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND PROPOSED FORM OF CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EXISTING MUNICIPAL WATER WORKS PLANT AND SYSTEM CF THE TOWN OF WESLEY, IOWA, AND THE TAKING OF BIDS FOR SUCH IMPROVEMENTS AND EXTENSIONS. Notice is hereby given that there are on file with the Town Clerk of the Town of Wesley, Iowa, proposed plans, specifications and Form of Contract for the public improvements hereinafter described. A hearing will be conducted thereon ot a meeting of the Town Council 'to be held In the Council Chambers at the Town Hall, Wesley, Iowa, at 7:30 p.m. on the 30th day of April, 1965, ot which time and place any person may appear and file objections to the proposed plans, specifications and form of contract for said public Improvements. Sealed proposals for the construction of said Improvements will be received by the Town Clerk In Wesley, Iowa, until 30th day of April, the Town 7:30 p.m. 1965, and Hall at on the will bo , , opened and publicly read by said Council immediately after the termination of said hearing and acted upon by the Council by that time or such later time as may then be fixed. The nature of said improvements and the work to be done in the furnishing of all materials, labor, tools and cauipment for fabricating, delivering, erecting and painting one 75,000 gallon welded steel water storage tank and tower complete with accessories, consisting of: (a - ' ' ' . . I. ^«J| la Tower ladder Outside tank ladder Revolving roof ladder Finlal Vent f) Inlet fitting Finn, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 234.36 Sands, Salary 118.78 la. State Bank, Whold. .rwell, Rat Control :ity Clerk, Adv. Cash (ql Frost cosing (h) Overflow Each proposal shall bo made on a form furnished by the Town and any alterations in the official Form of Proposal will entitle the Town, at its option, to reject the proposal involved from consideration. Each proposal shall be sealed in an envelope and plainly identified. Each proposal shall be accompanied in a separte sealed envelope by a certified check in an amount equal to five oer cent (5%) of the total amount of th bid, drawn on and certified to by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Town Treasurer of the Town as security that, if awordec the contract by resolution of the Town Council, the bidder will enter Into a contract at the prices bid and will furnish the required corporate surety bond. This certified check may be cashed and the proceeds retained by the Town as anreed liquidated damages if the bidder fails to 43.90 I execute a contract or file an acceotabli 23.00 I bond for faithful performance th°reo 26.31 (within ten days after acceptance of hi cent (100%) of the contract price, said jond to be issued by a responsible surety approved by the Town Council dnd shall guarantee the faithful performance of he contract and the terms and conditions 'herein contained and the maintenance of said improvements in good repair lot not less than one year from the time 1 of acceptance of the Improvements by the Town. Plans and specifications governing the construction of the proposed improve-" ments have been prepared by L. P. Era 1 * man. Consulting Engineer, Detoroh, Iowa, which plans and specifications and itis proceedings of the Town Council referring to and defining said proposed Improvements, are hereby made a part of this notice and the proposed contract by this reference, and the proposed contract shall be executed in compliance therewith. Said plans, specifications, and the proposed contract documents Ore now on file with the Town Clerk and with the Engineer at his office in Decorah, Iowa, for examination by bidders. Copies of said plans, specifications, Form of Contract, and Form of Proposal blanks may be secured at the office of the Engineer, or will be mailed to interested bidders upon deposit of $10.00 per set. A maximum refund of $10.00 will bo made for one set only, upon return of said plans and specifications, in good condition within ten days after the receipt of bids. All work and equipment is to. be , In accordance with the plans, specifications and form of contract now on file In the. Clerk's office .and by this reference made a part hereof as though fully' set out and 'ncorporated herein. The work under the proposed contract hall be commenced fourteen (14) days fter the award of the contract and hall be completed and ready' for oper- tlon within 75. working days thereafter, ubject to any extensions of time which may be granted by the Town. Payment for said Improvement will, be n hand and from proceeds derived from he issuance and sale of Water Revenue ionds payable only from future net evenues of the Municipal Waterworks lant and System. The Town shall not ncur any general obligation for said mprovements and neither the contract for he furnishing of said improvements nor aid revenue bonds shall constitute a general obligation of said Town or be payable in any manner by taxation one under no circumstances shall the sale Town, or the said Town Council, be In any manner liable by reason of the failure of said net earnlnas to be sufficient r or the payment of said Water Revenue 3onds and interest thereon. Payment to th» contractor will be made sixty per cent (60%) of the contract price on shiomcnt of the steel and twenty oe cent (20%) when erection is started, the Balance of twenty per cent (20%) to the contractor will be paid not earlier thar thirty-one (31) days from the time of fin. al acceptance of said work by the Town subject to the conditions and In accor dance with the provisions of Chapte 573 of the Code of Iowa. No such partia or final payment will be due until the made In cash from water revenue furttfs contractor has certified to the ToAvrt Clerk that tho materials, labor dnd services involved in each estimate has be'en paid for in accordance with the requirements stated in fhe specifications. The Town reserves the right fo reject any and all bids, and to waive informalities and technicalities and to enter Into such contract, or contracts, as It shall deem for the best interest of the Town. By virtue of statutory authority d preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. * Published upon order of the Town Council of Wesley, Iowa. TOWN OF WESLEY, IOWA BY: Tom Forburger Mayor ttest: : L. Klein own Clerk EAL) Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona,' Iowa March 29 and April 5. 1965. Finn, Expenses 14.50 proposal by resolution of the Town Coun WANTED — Capable secretary by June 1. Shorthand and typing. Permanent. Write full details. Drawer 189, Algona. 14w26 Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw HELP WANTED — If you have 4 hours a day and would like interesting work, I have a profitable opportunity for you. For appointment call 295-5491 or write Box 174,'Algona. 21-26 * Services Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wagner visited Saturday evening .with Mr and Mrs Wayne Smith at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Elwood Geary attended the Hawkeye Press Club Saturday evening at Clarion, Mr and Mrs Gaylon Johnson and family of Kanawha were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs John Oxley. jvyvwvyvuwysvwwvwww SERVICEMEN WIULIAM iViRS San Diego, Calif, (FHTNC) — March, 22 — Seaman Recruit William R. Evers, USN, son of VIr and Mrs Elmer J. Evers, Algona, Jowa, began navy basic training March 15 at the U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif, AkQQNA, IOWA FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase ot LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy. Read's Furniture, Algona, • , I9w49tftfn Mun. Finance Assoc., Dues -- 10.00 latl. Inst. Law Off., Subscription 67.50 ' Bell, Telephone 27.19 STREET" furtis, Salary 150.16 : rambach, Salary 138.40 Helmers, Salary 138.21 .ashbrook, Salary 187.59 ^ergande. Salary 179.49 'rew, Salary 157.96 Wibben, Salary --_ --- 134.31 E; Skllling, Labor 86.88 D. Skilling, Labor -- 28.05' D. Pratt, Labor 27.57 a. State Bank, Whold. 117.95 Hcklefs, Insurance 7.06 Blades 94.44 Supplies 173.64 15.00 11.25 13.52 62.20. MT Todd & 'Co., Supplies 108.50 ROAD USE TAX K & W Farm Service, Gas 166.87 M. L. Mueller, Hauling 503.25 Standard Oil, Diesel Oil 31.09 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 226.91 Bulten, Salary 170.68 Gerdes, Salary 147.33 Hutchison, Salary 171.31 Jorgenson,. Salary 182.18 Rasmussen, Salary 161.56 Elbert, Salary 34.07 Voigt, Salary 161.25 Willey, Salary -- -- 15.00 W. Steward, Flasher Lgt. 14.50 la. State Bank, Whold. 105.90 The successful bidder will be require I to furnish a corporate -surety bond " aMBunf eifSal to 6hc hundred pe MR. FARMER. MINIMUM TILLAGE NOW! . If you have a late model 4 tow ^ JD ot IHC 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 germ* ination and big yields. ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE East of Algona on Highway 18 16 18 20 22 24 28 ffl!|!IIIIIill!l!l!li:illllllllll!llll!l!lll!lllllllllll!li Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA For Sale FOD SALE — Bred Shetland mares and one stud colt. Don Marty, LuVerne, la. 13w25tf'n 3rown Supply, Del Chemical, <LGA. Announcements vlW Bell, Telephone -. jieg Co., Bulbs Sign Service, Brooms , Trust & Agency, Pension ---Ricklefs, Insurance ---------A. Boekelman, Expenses -----City Clerk, Adv. Cash ________ Shell Shop, Powder __________ Sieg Co., Chains ____________ J. Strayer, Radio ____________ Directory Service Co., Supplies . NW Bell, Telephone . 13.94 14.12 4.80 1.25 9.20 2.55 10.00 50.75 22.15 140.00 6.22 , Algona Fire Dept., Services . la. State University, Film Rental . R. Elbert, Expenses __________ 80.47 Algona Insurance Agency, Premium ------------ ...... -- 264.00 SANITATION Leeck, Salary ________________ 176.17 Courtney, Salary _____________ 92.87 la. State Bank, Whold ..... -- 13.30 NW Bell, Telephone __________ - 11.60 City Clerk, Adv. Cash ------ 1.25 Coast-to-Coast, Bulbs _________ 1.79 Spencer Grocer. Supplies ------ 42.10 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary ------------ 147.76 Lemkee, Salary ______ ........ 200.50 NOTI to Farmer COAST-TO-WUT] Advtrtis* in tht Advan?t •» PAIP ?ir<ylationl Under New Management Tuesday Sales We want, need, and appreciate>>your consignment of livestock to our regular Tuesday Auctions. Individual courtesy and attention will be given to yjpur livestock consignments, no matter what size the consignment. We will care for your livestock in the largest and best equipped auction market in lowg, We will use our extensive advertising program to promote your livestock, and the best personnel to be found anywhere will care for your livestock. We will use our ability and experience to see that you get the top dollar for your livestock. Jf you nee4 to buy or sell livestock, contact us at the Corn- belt Livestock Exchange. Off if t - 333 3444 David Moorheute, Megtftr « 33M432 Johnny Power*, Yard ^ — mim Bob Patttrfoii, Office M«r. - 932-3320 Humboldt Cornbelt Livestock Exchange HW«A§OLDT t IOWA A film and slide-illustrated lecture on farmstead automation has been planned for farm operators in this area. If you want to find out how automation can really pay off, now is the time. Pork producers will want to see a new film showing how pigs are taken from the sow in an actual S.P.F. surgical operation. You'll learn the most recent developments in'confinement production of both swine and beef. Techniques of grain drying and the storage of grain, silage and haylage will be covered in detail. Even the ladies should be intrigued by the slides and story of modern egg production systems. Free—authoritative manuals, written by university specialist and combined in a valuable Farmstead Planning Kit, given free to every farmer attending. Free Refreshments—Door Prizes. If you goal is bigger profits you can't afford to miss this big Farmstead Modernization Clinic. TUESDAY, April 6 Knights of Columbus Hall — Va Milt iait of Al»«na on Highway 18 — HERE'S THE PROGRAM — 10 a.m. to Noon This program will be on confinement buildings for chickens, hogs, cattle. Special films for SPF hogs, presented by Jerry Joseph. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Grain Drying — latest methods by Jerry Joseph. 1 p.m. t© 3 p.m. Corn and Bean Combining by a representative of J. I. Case Co. 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Grain Storage Buildings and Today's Reseal Program and ASC Loans. Co-sponsored by TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. and DeklM Mf g, Co,, Columbus, Hebr. No Admission Charge

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