The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1966 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

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W/XfM WHFRt MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING fiND SELLING! WANTED WANTED - a salesmen with fcrm background to contact one outlet in each school district, no experience necessary on the job training, no pots or pans, not door-to-door, age 30 or over, nothing on the market like It, it's new, it's patented, it's fantastic. UNIVERSAL NATIONAL CO., 900 - llth Ave. SW. Austin, Minn., phone 507-433.5334. (79-80*) WANTED - Custom work, plowing - new six-bottom outfit. FRTTZ FRKYHOLTZ, Fenton. Phone 889-2864 or 889-2818. (60-91*) When one plan won't work-try another. LEGAL NOTICES IK THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY, REX KOOYMAN, Plaintiff, vs. C. R. BRONSON AND RONALD BRONSON, Defendant EQUITY NO. 19678 NOTICE TO : C. R. BRONSON AND RONALD BRONSON You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the Kossuth County District Court a Petition filed by Rex Kooyman against you wherein he alleges that defendant, C. R. Bronson has breached a construction contract and that you are indebted to him in an amount in excess of $4,000.00 and that by fraud and deceit defendant, C. R. Bronson caused Plaintiff to transfer title to his mobile home, Serial No. 5530-FB-564489, to defendant, C. R. Bronson and subsequently transferred said mobile home without valuable consideration to defendant, Ronald Bronson, and that said Petition asks that said transfer be voided and set aside and that he have judgment against said property and that the Kossuth County Treasurer re-issue title to him and that a Writ of Attachment issue against said mobile home and that he also have judgment for costs against said property. , You are further notified that unless you appear in said Court at Algona, Iowa, on or before the 14th day of November, 1966, that judgment will be rendered against said premises as prayed, please take notice of this matter and govern yourselves accordingly. /S/Rex Kooyman Plaintiff R.F.D.12 Algona, Iowa 50511 . (Oct. 10-17-24) WANTKD - Cuatom Plowtnf. Contact Rlehar<tFrttft,We«le]r, U. Ph. BBIU84A4, Tltonka. (71-W) X Card of Thanks * CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to thank all our neighbors, frlonds and relatives (Or the cards and gifts we received tor our 25th wedding anniversary. A special thanks to Rev. Rex Sptcer for the prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Larry AU. Fenton, __ (79*) CARD OF THANKS My slncerest thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors who helped with combining and other work and for other kindnesses done. ' Also, to Cy Ventelcher for furnishing the fuel and the ladles who furnished and served food. Gold bless you all. Mrs. Alfred Erlckson. (79*0 Miscellaneous i ELECTROLUX - Sales & Service for Algona and Kossuth County area. Contact DEAN PRENTICE, USE.GroveSt.,Algona, of Ph. 295-7047. (46tfn) Make Inspection, St. John's Note Improvements Melvin Anderson, regional consultant from the State Department of Public Instruction, A. M. Qulntard, Kossuth County Superintendent of Schools and the Rev. Cecil Friedman, diocesan regional consultant of schools, spent Tuesday, Sept. 27, visiting St. John grade and high schools. According to the Rev. Victor F. Ramaeker, principal of St. John High School, the visitors commented favorably on the enrichment of the home economics program, additions to the library, the strengthening of the commercial department through the addition of shorthand and the addition of a full-time faculty member to teach in instrumental. According to Sister Mary Angelita, OSF, principal of St John grade school, favorable comments were offered because of improvements in the library, acquisition of audio-visual aids and, particularly, because of faculty effort "to meet individual differences." • Although written recommendations will later be sent to the schools from the state department, the visitors remarked the FOB SALE OTTO WICHTENDAHL ESTATE Farm of 157.50 Acres Described as SEfrl J/2, 3-96-30 Soil-Webster & Clarion Possession March 1, 1967 If interested see: Kenneth Bellinger, Fenton, la, or McMahon and Cassel, Algona, la. 79-84 system fa Qe dors. Spencer Mem Is Hurt In Crash Near Lakota A Speacer BOB, Cbjtaa J. Arnold, 52, surf ii an\ fcrsiseii ribs when his xrto caifioed wia a pickup track teiag drires fcy John Y. Donstesft, 50, Ukcta, two miles east of Lxkotz OB highway 9 at 4 pus. CteL 4. Both vehicles were Iteatied west and the collision occurred isSe Spencer driver attempted to pass the pickup, which vas starting a left turn at a gravel road intersection. Damage to tbe auto vis $732.18, while $95.32 damage resulted to the pickup. Patrotoaa Charles Bird investigated. Judgment And Driving Fines, District Court District court action was light this week as the September term Dears its end. The C. O. Gronnen Lumber Co, vas granted a judgment for $3,854.38 from Brooson Bldg. Services and Thomas A. Ristaa vas fined $10 and costs each on three separate charges after entering guilty pleas. Two were for speeding and the other for careless driving. Judge Murray Underwood is presiding during the current term. Herbst Has Homes For Sale HEIRS SAY SELL One story home, 2 carpeted bedrooms, carpeted living room 16' x 20*, mahogany paneled, birch cupboards in kitchen $4,700.00 10 Arces on North edge of Wesley - Good Land ONLY $4,500.00 4 bedroom, 2-story home. So. Thorington Street, Now vacant. In good condition Priced at $8,700.00 ANY OF THCSE MAY BE GONE TOMOttOW - CALL NOW TO SEE THESE PftOFfXTIfS Joel fa. Herbst Ted S. Herbst (Over Penney's) 29^3733 fltoJUiiiin O» TTESDAY. OCT. IS, Algona AOK AS Tie Uraa A. a K. 4-3 Gat Oct. seracers, &r»e frcs, iorfasses 2ad r*c ieaders. £zfe fcr Qe SaSe set fcr Oct. 22. Josss acffizated best jrcctneii firL Slectkns -rsrs tedi •*?& rssitts iast; voais Su^, s«cr«tirT, fr Ta*ftc«x traiLsarer ; SSsaa r«cr«si£kiL. Ttlfcs iai REPLACE THAT BROKIN WINDOW AND i DOOR GLASS NOW BEFORE WINTER BRING IN YOUR WINDOWS AND DOORS. COMPLETE STOCK OF GLASS - AND WE INSTALL, TOO. LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW UNBREAKABLE PLEXIGLASS WINDOW PANES-ALL SIZES. COAST TO COAST STORES ED WOLF, OWNER ALGONA 160 ACRE FARM! FOR SALE HERMAN PUTZ ESTATE Legal description: SWki-15-97-28 (Portland Township) located 3Vfc mile East and 1 mil* North of Burt, Iowa March 1, 1967 The Farm: Clarion and Webster Soil, drain* age no problem, good improvements, an excellent productive farm S*t .. W. NltChalS,Executon Herman Putz Estate 2 East State Street Algona, Iowa (69TFN)

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