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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1968
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Student Draft Deferment Requires Written Request College men have been alerted to the fact that student deferments for undergraduate study must be requested in writing, and in so doing, the registrant cannot thereafter be considered for a III- A classification based on fatherhood. Colonel Glenn R. Bowles, State Director of Selective Service in Iowa, outlined the criteria for a II-S (Student classification) as follows: "The Military Selective Service Act of 1967 specifies that in Class n-S shall be placed any registrant who has requested such deferment and who is satisfactorily pursuing a full-time course of instruction at a college, university, or similar institution of learning, such deferment to continue until the student completes the requirements for his baccalaureate degree, fails to pursue satisfactorily a full-time course of instruction, or attains the twenty-fourth anniversary of the date of his birth, whichever occurs first." Colonel Bowles further explains that to be "satisfactorily pursuing a full-time course of instruction" means that a student pursuing a four-year course should complete his freshman requirements during his first academic year, his sophomore requirements during his second academic year, his junior requirements during his third year, and graduate at the end of his fourth year. In the event the student is pursuing a five- North Kossufh Xmas Seals Bring SWEA-EAGLE - Mrs.Dettmer Thompson, north Kossuth chairman for Christmas Seals sales, reports gross sales for towns in the north half of the county as follows, along with chairmen: Bancroft, $103, Mrs. Francis Schiltz;. Burt, $119.55, Mrs. Gladys Hawcott; Fenton, $112.70, Mrs. Jessie Newel; Lakota, $59.30, - Mrs. Jerry Heetland; Ledyard, $63.50, Mrs. Henrietta Dontje; Lone Rock, $53.50, Mrs. Dennis Priebe; Swea City, $194.50, Mrs. Lynn Pulver. Townships and chairmen: Burt, $62, Mrs. Delmar Angus; Eagle, $45.50, Mrs. Andrew year course, he should complete 20 percent of his course each year and graduate at the end of his fifth year. An "academic year" is each twelve-month period following the beginning of the student's course of study. It is the student's responsibility to provide his local board each year with evidence that he is satisfactorily pursuing a full- time course of study and making normal progress as required by the Act. Deferment for graduate study has been narrowed drastically during the past weeks. The Selective Service Regulations provide that, "in Class n-S shall be placed any registrant who is satisfactorily pursuing a course of graduate study in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, osteopathy and optometry." All other students, who were enrolled in graduate school for the first time on Oct. 1, 1967, were to be deferred for one year only. Students, who were in their second or subsequent year of graduate work on Oct. 1, 1967, had one year to complete their Master's Degree work. Students, who had informed their local boards that they were in a combination Master's and Doctoral Degree program and were in their second or subsequent year leading to a doctoral or professional degree on Oct. 1, 1967, may be given a total of not more than five years from the first day they entered graduate school to complete requirements. Brones; Fenton, $87, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke; German, $82.25, Mrs. John Welhousen; Greenwood, $64, Mrs. Philip Inman; Harrison, $63, Mrs. Selmer Uhr; Hebron, $73.50, Mrs. Swen Larsen; Ledyard, $79.50, Mrs. Burton Johnson; Lincoln, $64, Mrs. Edward Sheldahl; Ramsey, Mrs. Vincent Becker, $57.50; Seneca, $98, Mrs. Henry Looft; Springfield, $53.20, Mrs. John Kra- mersmeier; Swea, $87.50, Mrs. Glen Olson. This year's gross sales for north Kossuth were $1,623. Gross sales for last year were $1,731.55. Spring Concert BURT - The annual Spring Concert by the Burt High School band will be held at the school at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 21. It will be a varied concert and is open to the public. No admission fee will be charged. Paul Espe will direct the band. CARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIP/WAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 RCA T-V Sales and Service at NORTH CENTRAL ELECTRONICS Burt, Iowa BEAT THE SPRING RUSH... NOW! 1 Plan ahead for a busy spring season with your tractor. Beat the annual jam up by having us tune up your tractor now, Reutzel's Garage THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS ! t 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 FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - SPF Poland China fall boars. PETER ERPELDING & SONS, Rt. 2, Algona 1 mile W. 3/4 N.--jct. 169 & 18, (15-22*) HOUSE FOR SALE in St. Joe Modern, 3-bedroom, 2-story, large lot, new siding and new comb, windows, city water and sewer. Priced to sell. ALBERT R. BECKER, St. Joe, la. (17 tfn) FOR SALE - Poland China fall boars. MAURICE ERPELDING, Wesley. Ph. 679-4361. (17-32*) FOR SALE - TREWAX - for all types of floors. BAITER'S DAVIS PAINT, Algona, Iowa. (18-24 NI8) FOR SALE - 1967 Honda 305 Super Hawk. Phone 295-2988. (20-22*) FOR SALE - 1965 Ford Conv. Galaxie 500, gold with white top, power steering, air conditioning, radio, whitewall tires, stand, trans., with o'- drive. Family car, 41,000 miles - $1,800. Leaving April 7 for Germany. Ph. 295-2611, Algona. (18-23*) FOR SALE - New 180 AMP. welders $83.00 and new 225 AMP. welders $93.00. Price includes helmet, cable, ground clamp, electrode holder, wall plug, and sample electrodes. Gas Welding and Cutting Torches are $99.50 and up. New power hacksaws for $94.50. COOK'S WELDERS SUPPLY, INC. Algona, Iowa (19-24) ELECTRIC ORGAN FOR SALE Hammond model Mill. Has percussion, chimes, etc. 1 1/4 yrs. old, used 6 months. Sold new over $1600, will take $1200. C. R. BEED, Titonka, la. (19-20) FOR SALE - MADISON SILOS and P & D Automated Feeding Equipment. ALVIN BECKER, Phone 679-4250, Wesley. (18 tfn) HOUSE FOR SALE - The former Denton house in Titonka. 2-story house with garage -on two lots. HEIKO BOEKELMAN, Chm. of Trustees, Titonka Methodist Church-Phone 928-2070. (17-20) FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc boars. As good 'as the best by test. W. J. STEWART, Burt. Phone924-3774. (10 tfn) FOR SALE - Quality Hampshire boars. LICKTEIG BROS., Algona, la., phone 295-3031. (6-25*) FOR SALE - Sheets of Aluminum 25x36 inches in size. Excellent for repairs, other uses. Get them at THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBL. CO., Algona, Iowa. CALL 295-2116. '' » FOR BROASTED GHICKEN 90? v(82tfn) WANTED HELP WANTED - Male or Female. Needed at once. Man or Woman to supply customers with Rawleigh Products in N.W. Kossuth Co. Earn $75 and up weekly. Write RAWLEIGH DEPT., IAC-51-296,Freeport, 111. 61032. (20*) HELP WANTED - Cooks & waitresses. Apply in person at Algona Hotel desk. (19-20*) LADIES - Part Time. Take catalog orders. Car and phone necessary. $2.40 per hour. For interview appointment phone or write MRS. HELEN YOUNGWIRTH, Wesley, Iowa. Phone 679-4269, 6 to 8 p.m. (17-20) SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money from NEW TYPE high-quality coin-operated dispensers in your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2,900 cash. Seven to . twelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly income. More full time. For personal Interview write P. O. BOX 5888, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 55419. Include phone number. (19-20*) WANTED - Field Tractor Work. HERMAN GADE, Fenton, la. (19-20*) WANTED - Commercial lot to build business building with parking available for at least 50 cars on or near the property. Contact FARM BUREAU OFFICE, Phone 295-5309. (20-22) WANTED - Farm Hand, year- around job; modern house on separate farm; no dairy or cattle ; good wages and bonus. LUKE HAMILTON, Ph. 5863, Bancroft. (20) FOR RENT FOR RENT - Two-bedroom house-! with garage. Phone 295-5948.*'"' FOR RENT - 3-Bedroom House *• at 16 E. North St. Possession ... immediately. Phone 295-2369 after 5 p. m. (19-20*) Miscellaneous NOTICE - FREE, Trewax Encyclopedia of Professional Floor and Furniture Care. BAITER'S DAVIS PAINT, Algona, Iowa. (18-24 NIS) COMMENT - Give your feet a treat and your pocketbook, too, by buying your dress shoes, work shoes and boots (boys' size 1's to men's size 13's) from DIAMOND'S of Algon NOTICE - Stock quotes daily over WHO - 5:30 p.m. HAROLD W. MARTIN, Agent. For information call 576-1325, Ft. Dodge. (19 tfn) you expect more from Standard . . and you aet it t" , 'STEADY^*, PATRONAGE means BETTER CARE '° r your f?s» (or CHUCK BEHR'S STANDARD SERV. Algona, Iowa BLUE RIBBON BEEF PACK, INC. MASON CITY, IA. WANTS YOUR FAT CATTLE CONTACT: FRED GROND ALGONA, PHONE 295-2222 924*3315 Burt, la. LINDSAY call your LINDSAY dealer SALT rot IICH«««I«N I WATfMQFTfNm fill SALT DELIVERY FOR ANY MAKE WATER SOFTENER. ALGONA DELIVERY DAILY. CALt 29 E 5-3755 *" KLV LINDSAY SOFT WATER 5£U SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. ALGONA. IOWA Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings andother kindnesses we are deeply grateful. A special thanks to Drs. Kenefick and Bourne and tha nurses at St. Ann hospital. The Family of Bertha Batt. (20*) CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards, floral bouquets, memorials and food during the hos- pitalizaiion and following the death of our loved one. The Family of Elva M. Simpson. (20*) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends, relatives and neighbors for their gifts, visits, flowers and cards while I was a patient at Park Hospital, Mason City. Agnes B. Thilges. (20*) SwRMloujpT FENTON MOTOR CO. USED FARM MACHINERY WD with wide front 12 ft. AC Springtooth 12 ft. J. D. Springtooth with Hydraulic 11 ft. IHC Springtooth - CHEAP AC Loader for WD & 45 Twin-draullc Loader forWD& 45 STAN-HOIST Loader for H & M AC rear-mounted Mower No. 17 No. 5 J. D. Mower J.D. 4-bar Rake with rubber tires NEW AC PLANTERS ARE IN ,, FENTON MOTOR CO. Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer On Hy. 44 Fenton, Iowa VV , "-f '-'* (20) BUR. 1 ! COOKIE SALE BURT - Girl Scouts have been taking orders for cookies the pas{ couple of weeks. If anyone was missed and wishes to order some, please contact Mrs. Howard Batt by March 19. TRACTOR TIRES NEEDED! Want to trade for 12 x 38, 13x38 or 18.4x34. JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE Algona (81 tfn) PARKER GRAVITY-FLOW BOXES AND HEAVY-DUTY AUGERS These boxes and augers make fertilizer handling easier and more efficient. Also great for bulk feed and bean handling. Year-around use on many farms. Also, contact us for information on WESTENDORF RUGGED WAGONS AND WIEGAND ANHYDROUS TOOL-BAR APPLICATORS. See us now for your Spring Orders! KYLE & ROGER KEITH 295-3801 or 924-3370 ^^w^^wi ^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^MM wMMRBn Former Algona Man Passes In Wisconsin IRVINGTON - Leo Martin Dole, 78, Chippewa Falls, Wise., died at 9:30 p.m. Monday, March 4, atSt. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Dole was born Nov. 20, 1889 in Algona, the son of Fred and Elizabeth Dole. He did construction work and cabinet making and was employed by Whirlpool Company in St. Paul for 22 years, retiring in 1954. After his retirement, he lived in Knapp, Wise, for ten years, moving to Chippewa Falls in 1966. He was united in marriage to Effie Bingaman in Algona Nov. 10, 1914. Mr. Dole was a member of Holy Ghost Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Effie; one son, Melvin Dole, Chippewa Falls; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole, one brother and two sisters. Funeral services were at Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Chippewa Falls March 7. Relatives attending from this area included Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges and son Gary; Mrs. Clarence Green andMr.andMrs. Elmer Dole. Two Armstrong Youths Hurt In Fatal Mishap Two Armstrong youths, Jerald R. Vigdal, 17,sonofMr.andMrs. Raymond M. Edwards and Vincent Rolling, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rolling, were injured, the latter seriously, in a 2- car mishap 1 which claimed the lives of three Fairmont, Minn, youths Saturday night near Fairmont. Vigdal was treated and released from the hospital and Rol- Thursday, March 14, 1968 Afgona, (la.) Upper Des MelnM-11 ling's condition was called serious. He remains hospitalized. The three killed were Jon L. Sampson of Fairmont, Adrian Jensen of Jackson, Minn., both 18, and Deborah Colvin, 16, of Fairmont, who died late rat a hospital. Seven teenagers, ranging In age from 13 to 17, were hospitalized after the tragedy and at least two, a pair of Fairmont girls, are in critical condition. Five of the persons involved were in the auto in which the two youths met death, while there were four in the Armstrong auto. Both cars were termed total wrecks. The mishap occurred near the southwest edge of Fairmont about 8:57 p.m. Five Matters Filed Here In District Court A total of five new matters were filed in district court here during the past week. The Standard Oil Co..plaintiff, is seeking $512.16 from Eugene Rochleau, defendant, to settle an account. Ben B. Shine, plaintiff, filed two petitions against Harold Jacobson Co., defendant, one asking $282.47 to settle an account and the other seeking possession of three assorted tanks, plus $1 damages each day until possession is gained. In a quiet title matter, East Lawn Memorial Gardens, Inc., plaintiff, has filed against Memorial Park, Inc., defendant. In a criminal matter, Imogene T. Studer, Wesley, was bound over to district court after waiving preliminary hearing in YOUNG MAN 20 to 25 to learn retail trade. Experience not necessary. Will train. Top salary while training. Write BOX 535-G, Algona, Iowa 50511 (4 tfn) FARM LOANS YES — We Have Money To Loan On Good Farms To Borrowers Who Can Qualify. SEELEY REALTY CO. (WEST OF ALGONA THEATRE) Office Phone 295-2350 Res. 295-3174 295-2670 USED FARM EQUIPMENT TRACTORS 770 Oliver with wide front ________ ...... _ $3350 MM M5 3 Pt., Wide Front ___________ ..... $3095 MM M602 with tele flow hyd. __ $3750 IHC 706 LP .......... _ ......... _____""_ $4495 MM U302 ................ _ ...... . ..... $3395 MM 670 3 Pt. Hitch .......... __ ........ _ $ 4500 800 Cose Diesel, 3 pt. ....... _____ $2500 MM UB LP --------------------------- ~_ $ 975 SMELLERS MM No. 1200 PTO shelter __________ $1295 MM 1210 PTO Sheller ............. ____ " $ 1795 MM 1210 PTO Sheller ........... ______ ~~ $1995 MISCELLANEOUS N.I. No 200 PTO spreader __________ ...... $ 425 No. 19 New Idea PTO Spreader ___________ $ 545 No. 205 New Idea Flail PTO Spreader ______ $ 535 JD L Spreader ________________________ j ^5 13' UO MM Tandem Disc _ ..... ___ ...... _" $ 445 Lundell 4-row stalk cutter ____ ..... _______ $ 895 Brady 4-row stalk cutter _________________ $ 795 Lundell 2-row flail cutter with hood ________ $ 595 13 l 'i' Kewanee Tandem Disc ______________ $ 320 N.I. No. 14 Spreader ___________________ __ $ 135 13'z' International wheel disc ____________ $ 295 C-7 JD 3 pt. U!* 1 field cultivator _______ ___ $ 395 18V JD field cultivator with wings ___ ..... $ 545 14V IHC wheel tandem disc ______________ $ 595 Let* Burr Mill ________________________ j 6 section drag cart with JD sections ,__ ..... $ Kcvar 16' hydraulic wheel t ype spring tooth .. $ 375 BUSCHER BROS. 250 195 ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 2954588 mayor's court here on a charge of OMVL She was arrested here March 2. Bond of $350 was posted. Retail Meeting A retail bureau meeting of the Algona Chamber of Commerce has been called for this morning, March 14, at 9:30 a.m. in the Chamber office at which time a program will be presented by County Attorney Bing MacDonald and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, centered on bad check matters. r ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ READ'S COMPLETE FLOOR SERVICE Featuring . . . • Carpet Laying • Linoleum Floors • Ceramic Tile Work • Formica Counter Tops BRAND NAMES . . . • Bigelow Carpets • Mohawk Carpets • Armstrong Floors • Congoleum-Nairn Floors • STOP OR CALL 5-2216 FOR COMPLETE FLOORING AND COUNTER TOP NEEDS!!!!!!! "1'rompt, Expert Installation from Read's Floor Service Department" READ'S INC. 210 N. Phillips Algona, IB. BRADLEY'S BARGAINS TRUCKS - TRACTORS TRAILERS - PICKUPS 1963 IHC 110, "i ton, 4 speed, new paint, nice. 1968 GMC 1500, '-i ton, Inline 0 cyl., 1700 miles, 68 Lie. Pd., Sharp $2250 1967 GMC 2500, % ton, 305 V-G engine, really nice — $2375 1966 Dodge 100, Vt ton, Custom cab and Topper. Good one " $1675 1963 IHC 110 % ton, 4 speed trans., new paint, nice $1195 1963 Ford 250, % ton, V-8, 4 spd., wood van box $1195 1961 Chev. Greenbrier Wagon, new rebuilt trans $ 795 •1956 GMC Surburban, V-8, auto. trans., 8 passenger — $ 395 MANY, MANY, GOOD OLDER PICKUPS — $100 AND UP ! ALWAYS A GOOD SELECTION OF NEW PICKUPS IN STOCK TRUCKS 1965 GMC 15500, 305 V-6, 12' Bed and Hoist, 17,000 miles, 1968 Lie. Pd $2350 1963 Chev. C6303 Cab and Chasis, V-8, 157' w.b., really nice $1750 1963 IHC 1600 Loadstar, V-8, low miles on new engine .. $1595 1963 IHC 1600 Loadstar, V-8, 84" CA $1595 1957 GMC 375, V-8, C.O.E., 4 spd., 2 spd., Tag axle, Frame reinforcement $1425 1955 Divco milk van, 1964 Chev. engine, duals, refrigeration $ 795 1954 IHC R172, new 15 ton hoist and new 14 'V steel comb, box $1750 1951 IHC L130 7x9 ft. box. M and S duals, fair $ 450 1951 Chev. 2 ton, 14' box and hoist, 3 new M&S tires, fair $ 395 1951 IHC 1 ton truck, less box $ 250 I'M!) IHC 1 ton, with box, model KB5. clean $ 325 NEW GMf TRUCKS, TWO TON AND UP. IN STOCK TRACTORS - TRAILERS 1961 GMC 6000, tilt cab, 401 V-§ engine, Clark 5 spd. with short 4th, Dual 50 gal. tanks, recent overhaul, new paint. A husky buauty, ready to go ... $2995 1959 GMC 550, V-8, 5 Spd., 2 Spd., Air, saddle tanks, Good one $1395 Ui57 GMC 550, V-8, low miles on ne\v eng. Excellent condition, W-34' Dovsoy double deck tandem trailer $2750 NEW GMC TRACTORS IN STOCK NOW ! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona. la ?9.5 ?

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