The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1967 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1967
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To Fete Whittemore Pair Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fandel, Whittemore, will observe their 50th anniversary, Sunday, Jan. 22, beginning with a solemn high mass tn St. Michael's church by their son, Father James Fandel of Lake City. Father Edward Fandel, brother of Auburn, will be deacon, Father Cletus Besch, a grandnephew of Remsen, sub-deacon, Michael Conlon, grandson of St. John's, Collegeville, master of ceremonies, and Father Vern Stapenhorst, St. Michael's, will preach the sermon. Grandsons will be acolytes. Mr. and Mrs. Fandel were married Jan. 24, 1917, by the late Father Edward Dallard at St. Michael's church, Whittemore. Mrs. Fandel is the former Adele Reilly. Attendants were Mrs. Alfred Semon, Algoni, and the late Frank Reilly. The Fandels are parents of nine children; Father James Fandel of Lake City, Mrs. Wm, (Ada) McCullum of Munster, Ind., Mrs. Floyd (Edna) Conlon of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Ron (Roseann) Corley of Mason City, Mrs. Victor (Marion) Youngwirth of Wesley, Wm. E. (deceased), Francis, Mrs. Vern (Zita) Bormann, and Mrs. E. J. (Bernadette) Steier of Whittemore. There are 38 grandchildren. Dinner will be served for the immediate famUy at St. Michael's hall. Open house will be from 2 to 5 p. m. in St. Michael's hall and all friends and relatives are invited to attend. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Sharon Gardner Of Algona To Wed, February SHARON GARDNER Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Lee, to Donald Glenn Dahlberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dahlberg, Laurens. Miss Gardner, a graduate of Algona High School & Mankato Commercial college, is employed at Home Federal Savings and Loan of Algona. Mr. Dahlberg is currently employed at Boughy Mfg. Co. in Laurens. A February wedding is planned. Kiilsholm Rates D-Moines News Story By Mills Karl Kiilsholm, state representative from Kossuth County, was the subject of an article by George Mills, political reporter for the Des Moines newspapers, in Tuesday's Des Moines Evening Tribune. Mills quotes Kiilsholm as saying: "My American citizenship means a great deal to me because I had to work to get it, "said State Representative Karl Kiilsholm (Rep., Algona). Killsholm, 42, was born at Wesley and lived there until he was eight years old when his mother died. His Danish father then took his family back to the old country. There Karl stayed until he was 26 yearsold. He lived in Denmark all through the World War n German occupation. "During the last part of the war you never were sure when you left home whether you would make it back," he said. "The Germans were quick on the trigger." He returned to Iowa in 1950. "All I had left of the English language was a vocabulary of a 5-year-old." But he has no trace of an accent now. Held Monthly NABAC Meeting Here Jan. 11 A monthly meeting of the Lakes Chapter of the NABAC (National Assn. of Bank Auditors and Comptrollers) was held at the Country Club here Jan. 11. A total of 50 bankers from this area attended, including Bill Conn, Fred Diekmann and five employees of the Security State Bank and Roy McMahon and Ed Gilmore of the Iowa State Bank, Algona. Jack Nielsen, vice president of the First National Bank, Mason City, .delivered a talk on proper opening of accounts and E. A. Wolf, assistant vice president of the Central National Bank and Trust Co., Des Moines, was a guest. The Lakes Chapter of the NABAC was formed so that various aspects of banking could be discussed and aired at monthly meetings, held at different cities in the area. Officers of the organization are Clifford Lewellyn, pres.; Robert L. Davidson, v. pres.; Fred A. Diekmann, secretary; and James Crane, treasurer. Among members of the advisory board are E. C. Bartik, Cor with, and D. L. Klein, Wesley. Training School A training school for 4-H officers from clubs around Kossuth county was held at Bancroft Saturday, with about 100 iu attendance. The new county officers outlined details of duties the club officers will have to perform in local clubs. The new boom industry Agriculture Offers Growth Investment Opportunities Crop surpluses have vanished, farm land values are rising, and scientific methods are racing to meet the food demands of our exploding population. This boom in U.S. agriculture brought record earnings to a 30-year-old Iowa company In 1966. With Increased orders for 1967 and a leadership role In the production of high-yield food and fiber, It Is now expanding. Investment opportunities art available. Excellent management and research leadership, as well as significant Iowa land holdings, make this an investment worthy of consideration. For details, write 0 & U Securities, Inc., or It) AUTHORIZED AGENT HAROLD W. MARTIN 436 Loom is Ave. — Fort Podge. Iowa Phone: 576-1325 O & U SECURITIES COMPANY 725 14th St. • Marion, Iowa THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS ! • PHONE 295-3535 • 7c Per Word, Cash in Advance lOc Per Word, Charged All Classified Ads run in BOTH The Algona Upper Des Moines newspaper and The North Iowa Shopper 9,200 UNDUPLICATED CIRCULATION FROZEN STIFF? Great weather we're having, huh? If you do get out when the temperature is way below zero, look around at the trucks that are performing as though it were 75 degrees. We'll bet that nearly all of them are CMC trucks - the dependable ones in any kind of weather! JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. FOR SALE, gen' FOR SALE - 1956 Mobile Home. 8' x 46'. Call BOB WATSON, Ph. 2D5-3618, Algona. (5 & 7) FOR SALE - Old style Bur roughs adding machine, $25. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Algona. FOR SALE - Duroc Boars tested and vaccinated. Six and one-fourth miles west of Fenton. MERLE DALLAM, Cylinder, la. (4-8) FOR SALE - Near-new AB Dick Model 525 Electric Duplicator with counter. Priced to sell. UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO., Algona. (3tfn) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE - 3 bedroom modern house, furnished or unfurnished. Home of Mrs. Anna Seeman 815 N. Wooster St. Immediate possession. Phone 5 -2595. (5*) FOR SALE —• Brick Duplex, each unit has two bedrooms; tiled kitchen and bath; carpeted living room; oak floors and woodwork; full basement. Lo- j.c,ated at 1203-05 EastStateSt., ^"Algona, la. dontact K. S. COWAN, Phone 295-5358. (3tfn) FOR RENT FOR RENT IMMEDIATE Possession: Nice, newly- decorated two-bedroom downstairs Duplex. Located next to telephone building. See ATTY. H. W. MILLER, Ph. 5-3609. (4-5) FOR RENT - My Farm Home 3 bedrooms with half bath, garage, fine orchard and garden space. Also barn, hog house and chicken house available. Reasonable rent to reliable party. MRS. JIM BUTLER, Whittemore. Phone 4151. (4-5) WANTED WANTED - Woman with some spare time to do work at home for Algona concern. Must use typewriter and have fairly good acquaintance in com<"• munity. No selling involved. Apply in writing toBOX535-U, % this newspaper, Algona. (4tf) 67's ON HAND READY TO GO! 8 Chryslers 4 Dodge Polaras 2 Dodge Monacos 6 Dodge Coronets 3 Dodge Darts tow a, $2290" Full Price Delivered. ' 2 dr. hardtops, 4 drs., Wagons, plus 6 new Dodge Pickups and Trucks. See Them Now At PERCIVAL'S So. Phillips Algona Dodge-Chrysler C & XW RV. CO. needs trainees anri experienced agents and telegraphers. For more information apply tn the local C & NW Ry. Station Agent or write to the CHIEF TRAIN DISPATCHER, C & NW RY . CO., 9th and Story St., Boone, Iowa, 30036. (5) FARM EQUIP. FOR SALE - 1965 40-20 Diesel Tractor. 700 hours. Phone _^ Titonka 928-2264. (4-'i*) NEW AND USED FARM MACHINERY 1 - GRAINOVATOR NO . 20, good shape, a special at..5195 NEW SPACE HEATERS - the famous KNIPCO or CENTURY models. 1 - 16 ft. NOBLE Spring Tooth Harrow. Like now .... $150 2 - Used Stalk Cutters, your choice $50 up. Comfort Clear-Vtie TRACTOR CABS. 1 - WETMORE Grinder-Mixer, used only as demonstrator. Going at $1,250. NEW 1/2 H.P. Air Compressor, Complete with hose . . .$82.50 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA (5) Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all that sent me cards, notes, and for the visits and telephone calls while . I was in the hospital last week. May God Bless you all. Mrs. Edw. Schlei. (5*) Fenton Chit - Chat Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger were Saturday evening callers of the Euhm Schullers of Titonka. Mr. ancl Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger were Sunday visitors of the Fickbohms at Fredericksburg. Thursday night callers at the Kenneth Bellingers for Mrs. Bellingers birthday were M •. and Mrs. Wm. Luke, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz, and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Norm in Bollinger and girls. Kenton Progressors met Thursday evening at the Fenton Legion Hall with 22 members. Kevin Johnson was picked as their candidate for Fun Might. Plans were made for a Family N'ght to be held February 9 at the Lone Rock Legion Hall with Pot luck supper at 6:30 p.m. Ernie Wolters gave the 4-H pledge and David Voigt led the pledge of Allegiance. Randy Bierle and Ted Pompe and Durrell Dreyer gave talks. DeLon Jentz and Wayne Gerhart were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A'-bo- gast and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph H;uison were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck. The Saturday afternoon bridge club met Saturday at the home of Mrs. Carl Beck. There wore 3 tables in play. High w.^nt to Mrs. Ella Newel, Second High to Mrs. W. Jolley and Dvaw to Mrs. Ervin Johnson. CARD OF THANKS To" my friends and relatives for the cards and visits while at St. Ann hospital and the Methodist hospital at Rochester, thanks to everyone. Jess Dugan. (5*) SEEDLING TREES FOR SALE! Taking orders for seedlings for windbreaks and wildlife plantings at the KOSSUTH COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT OFF ICE I Prices Reasonable - Place Your Orders Early I (98-9) EXPERT PUMP INSTALLATION and REPAIR HOYT HARDWARE, BODE 379-1 176 BOB THORNTON 379-1219 (tfn) HOUSE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. OTTOSEN, IOWA MR. AND MRS. ERLING MALMIN HOME DIRECTIONS: North of Humboldt on Hwy. No. 169 to No. 222, West to Bode and then to Ottosen; or, South of Algona on Hwy. No. 169 about 20 miles, and West on No. 222. Go 3 miles South of Ottosen on County Road 'Y'. Fellow the "Open House" signs> AMERICAN HOMES OPEN FOR YOU TO SEE! Includes Plumbing, Wiring, Birch Cabinets. Built on Owner's Foundation. PRICES FROM 00 $5484°° $6994 For 2-Bedroom Homes For 3-Bedroom Homes Including 70% of Carpentry Work Done OPEN HOUSE DISCOUNT Full Weight Construction 'Not Precut —Not Prefab, Free Planning Service 500 Plans to Choose from NO OBLIGATION OPEN HOUSE , DISCOUNT NORDAAS AMERICAN HOMES MINNESOTA LAKE, MINNESOTA One of America's, l..irj;?st Home und Motel Builders. Phone 462-3111 Sunday evening dinner guests of the Larry Gades were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elgler. Mr. O. C, Higgins, Plover and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ervin Runke home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuckl, Julie and Jeff of Ogden, Iowa spent the weekend In Fenton visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuckl, Julie and Jeff, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuckl and Dennis, Miss Linda Ramus, Albert Lee, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests of ths Wilfred Stoebers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank MoFall had their granddaughter Paula Weiske as a weekend guest. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Peterson, Cora and Holdl, Esthervllle were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman. Stock Meeting There will be a rules discussion for all owners, drivers and anyone else Interested in stock car racing at the VFW hall here this Saturday, Jan. 21, Thursday, Jon. 19, 1967 Algona (la.) Upp»r Des Moines-7 REAL ESTATE This past month some new and Interesting homes have come on the market. These are now being shown to our valued clients. Should your name not be on our list, do call, telling us your needs. We would like to be of assistance to you. MIDGE KUESTER Ph. 295-3271 RICKLEFS-GEELAN REAL ESTATE (Itfn) beginning at 8 p.m. DwightCook, who will again operate Kossuth Speedway at the fairgrounds here this year, will be present to go over plans for the season. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom 295-3U2 •••• ********* USED MACHINERY Portable Heaters Champ 120 $135 Champ 120 $135 Knipco F155 $160 Knipco F155 $160 Knipco F85 $ 75 Knipco F50 $ 25 Knipco F75 $ 35 Knipco F70 $ 30 Spreaders New Idea No. 19 PTO __ $565 New Idea 206 $495 New Idea 17 $445 MMLS300 $125 Brady No. 141 Tank Type $575 MM 1200 Sheller $1095 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona ********* Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1967 AT 1:30 P.M. AT 401 EAST LUCAS STREET IN ALGONA, IOWA 3 BEDROOM MODERN HOME & FURNITURE THE HOUSE: 8 rooms as follows: Kitchen with breakfast nook, double sink and plenty of cupboards; Dining Room; Living Room, 14' X 28'; % Bathroom downstairs and full Bathroom upstairs. Both living room and dining room have hardwood floors, are carpeted and have drapes. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms with plenty of closet space. This home is well insulated. Full Basement. A new automatic forced air Gas Furnace and automatic Water Heater, Fruit Room and Laundry Room. One Bedroom downstairs. A large 2-car Garage with sliding doors. This home was just painted and had a new roof put on in the last year. One full lot with plenty of shade. As you will note, it is in a very desirable residential section and offers much to persons wanting a cozy and comfortable home and is only a few blocks from church or town. POSSESSION: Immediately. TERMS ON HOME: 20 Percent down and balance when abstract and title are furnished. 1966 Taxes due in 1967 will be paid by seller. TO SEE THIS HOME: Contact Ervin Gerber at 295-3026, Algona, Iowa, any time. FURNITURE: GE Electric Refrigerator, 2 years old; Universal Gas Stove; Philco 10-ft. Freezer; 2 Kitchen Stools; Dining Room Suite and 5 Chairs; Writing Desk; Philco TV; China Closet; 2-piece Living Room Suite; 2 Rocking Chairs; 6 Chairs; 6 Folding Chairs; 2 new Twin Beds; 1 — 3-piece Bedroom Suite; 1 — 2-piece Bedroom Suite; 1 — Bed and Dresser; 1 — Day Bed; 1 — Porch Swing; Antique Sewing Machine; Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner; Tools of all types; Wood Planes dating back to 1758; many other articles too numerous to mention. Not Responsible For Accidents, Should Any Occur. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. JOHN GERBER - OWNER Don Claude, West Bend, Auctioneer The Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk (3-4-5) Wishing For A Bayer Won't Make That Sale! CORN SHELLING WANTED I have purchased the corn shelter of Roger and Ray Kramer and will appreciate your continued patronage, also The Kramers thank you for your past business. WM. J. WAGNER Rf. 1, Algona 295-3925 (5* - 6*) Cold Weather SPECIALS OLDSMOBILES 1965 Starfire Coupe Air Conditioned, Full equipment, a Prestigious machine with the first owner still coming in to pat it occasionally. 1965 Dynamic 88 - A fully equipped beauty with factory air>. Antique Silver color. Like new inside and out. 1964 Dynamic 88, 4-door sedan, Mark IV Air Conditioned, power steering and brakes. Green and white top. One of the most popular Oldsmobiles. 1962 Olds 4-door hardtop 1 Super 88. A real jewel that even your mother-in-law would like. See it and drive it. 1962 Olds 4-door Dynamic 88. A truly equipped car with the extras you want. Power lock rear end & automatic frunk to name a couple. The lowest priced value around at . $1095^ 1962 Olds - Red and white," Super 88, 4-dr. Near new premium tires. A real performer with a modest price. 1960 Olds Super 88 - Cleanest yet at a price you will like. 1959 Olds Super 88 — Brown and White — a one owner older car extra sharp* RAMBLERS 3 — New 66's at lowest price anywhere. 1965 Ambassador 880 — White-red interior — clean and fresh throughout, 1965 Ambassador Convertible. Straight stick 287 •with over drive. A locally owned beauty — while with blad< top. See it on our showroom floor. 1965 4-door 660 Sedan with overdrive, radio and 232 engine. Blue and white. Buy this and Save!!! 1965 4-door 660 Station Wagon, Overdrive, split seats — not many of these around* Try us on a swap — 1965 4-door 550 Sedan Lowest Price and best economy for a full sized comfortable car we know of — The transportation buyl 1961 Rambler Classic 6 Standard shift — a fine second car for someone. OTHERS 1964 Chevrolet Impala Convertible — power steering and brakes. New tires, a closeout steal at __ $1695 1963 Comet Convertible, V-8 with auto, trans. A neat compact with the power you want. 1963 Chevrolet Impala, 4-dr. — a clean local car. 327 engine with aqua finish* Extra sharp. 1962 Ford Galaxie 500, 4-dr., straight stick, radio and heater. ALSO several older "Just cheap transportation" buys. DAU'S Oldsmobile & Rambler South Dodge Street ALGONA, IOWA

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