The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 20
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8-Atflona (la.) Uppfcr Dt* Moin*i] Thursday, October 2?, 1966 Notes Of Serviceme TIM CLAUDE GREAT LAKES, ILL.-Seaman Timothy L. Claude, 19, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Claude, 1714 E. Lucas St., Algona, has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here, In the first weeks pf his naval service he studied military subjects and lived and worked under conditions similar to those he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. In mazier fhe transition from civilian life to Naval service, he received instruction under veteran Navy petty officers. He studied seamanship, as well as survival techniques, military drill and other basic subjects. Seneca Stars Elect, Also Tour Rochester, Minn. SENECA - The Seneca Stars 4-H Club elected new officers when they met at the home of Patricia Dreyer. Ann Fortney was elected to succeed Cathy Bergum as president; Patricia Dreyer was elected vice president; Anna Mae Menz, treasurer; Linda Sue Kracht, photographer; Carrie Bergum, reporter ; Kathy Merrill, his- tdfcian; antteRose •Mary"l'ori-' ; ney, sergeant-at-arms. The group made plans for the program to be presented at the annual 4-H Award Night to be held in November. Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dreyer were appointed as a committee to select skits. Plans were also made to hold installation at the November meeting at the Seneca Lutheran church meeting room. Rose Mary Fortney, Becky Jensen and Carrie Bergum were appointed as food committee. Susan Fortney, Ann Fortney, Cathy Bergum and Rose Mary Fortney gave demonstrations. The club and its leaders, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Robert Fortney, also Mr. Fortney, drove to Rochester, Oct. 4, where they visited many points of interest. The group was taken on a guided tour through parts of the Mayo Clinic. Enjoying the trip were members Audrey, Cathy and Carrie Bergum; Susan, Ann, and Rose Mary Fortney; Becky Jensen; Patricia Dreyer; Anna Menz; Kathy Merrill; Corrine Johnson; Linda Sue Kracht; Barbara Andre; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Fortney; and Nina Kracht. Hobby Show Here] At V.F.W. Hall On November 4 What are you doing with your spare time? Now you are probably asking what spare time do you mean? Most of us today feel that days are so full we couldn't possibly do another thing. yet - many people find time to develop interesting and educational hobbies. Why not take a few minutes and stop at the Algona Hobby Show on Friday, November 4 at the V.F.W. Hall in Algona. The doors will be open to the public from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. The Algona Hobby Club plans an extensive display which will include such hobbies as topiary trees, wall hangings, corn husk dolls and goose egg jewel boxes. Many individuals will have their hobbles on display during the afternoon. They will be demonstrating and explaining techniques used with several of the hobbies. THE UPPER DES MOJNESi Kossuth County's Largest Newspaper Circulation. GOOD REASONS Why You Should See SEELEY REALTY 1. We Have An Established FARM LOAN Connection Of More Than 25 Years. We Have Money To Loan. 2. We Believe The Public Must Have ACCURATE Information In Our Advertising. We Wish To Present The Following Facts - During the period March, 1964 through August, 1966, a total of 34 farms aggregating 5586 acres were sold through this office. Of this number, 20 farms aggregating 3286 arcres were sold by Paul M. Seeley - 7 farms aggregating 1265 acres were sold by salesmen with the assistance of Paul M. Seeley - and 7 farms aggregating 1035 acres were sold by the salesmen without assistance. During the same period a total of 73 houses were sold. Of this number, 42 were sold by Paul M. Seeley and Mark A. Seeley, and 31 were sold by the three other salesmen, some of which with the assistance of Paul M. Seeley. 3. We have worked with many brokers not only in Kossuth County but in many Counties of the Stale as our policy has been Cooperation among brokers for the benefit of our Clients. In our 30 years in this area, we have a large acquaintance with the best brokers in the Stale which not only gives you the best efforts of local brokers but also many excellent brokers throughout the Slate. 4. We are a member of National Institute of Farm & Land Brokers - a member of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, and a member of the local Kossulh County Board. We are licensed in Minnesota. We can offer the Farm Multiple listing service. We have available farms in Most Counties of Iowa for sale. 5. We Can Offer EXPERIENCE And KNOW HOW In Handling The Contracts, Financing, And Closing. 6. An Appraiser For The Veterans Administration Over 15 Years. 7. Sales Of Over 30,000 Acres In North Central Iowa - Our Experience Can Help You Buy With Our Knowledge Of Soils, Drainage, And Other Practical Farm Problems. 8. Eight Years Experience With The Farm Loan Division Of One Of The Large Life Insurance Companies In Iowa, Nebraska, And South Dakota - Which Company Handled Over 2500 Farms, Aggregating Over 500,000 Acres. 9. Three Years Experience In Canada - This Company Sold Over 60,000 Acres. 10. We Give You 100% Of Our Time - No Sidelines. FARMS FOR SALE SO A. PORTLAND TWP. — Very good House. You can buy this with only $5,000 down — balance favorable contract. HOUSES FOR SALE Beautiful home in a beautiful setting south of the hospital in one of the fine additions of Algona — $30,000. Home with income — 2 bedrooms and bath down — 2 bedrooms and bath up — $11,000. 128 A. RIVERDALE TWP. — Good buildings for livestock- modern home — can be bought on contract. 320 A. HARRISON TWP. — One of the very good half sections — house modernized — fair outbuildings. A very nice 3 bedroom ranch type home — Only 3 years old— $18,500. 1 bedroom down — 3 bedrooms up — good condition — $6,500. 393 A. LEDYARD TWP. — Good practical buildings — ASC shows 379 A. under cultivation — 180 A. corn base. Excellent condition — 2 bedroom home — recreation room- can be expanded to 3 bedrooms — $13,500. 320 A. NORTH OF AUSTIN — Lays beautifully — Equipped for dairy cattle. Older 2 bedroom with den which can be used as third bedroom — $10,500. We have a buyer for four or five bedroom home — must be very good — would pay $20,000 to $25,000 for a nice home if value there, Farms For Sale in Winnebago — Emmet — Palo Alto — Hancock — Humboldt and many other Counties in the State. 3 bedroom home — good sized kitchen — very good condition — $14,500. 4 Homes sold — We have buyers — List your home today. SEELEY REALTY PAUL M. SEELEY MARK A. SEELEY (REALTOR) (OVER S&L BUILDING) — OFFICE PHONE 295-2350— RESIDENCE PHONE 295-3174 or 295-2670 LEO FRANKL PHONE 295-5479 sours SEAL OF SECURITY, FAIMT J*W* .._, YOUR SIDEWALK Of SECURITY

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