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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 19, 1968
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'BUY Tuesday, March 19, 1968 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-11 W THE SURE WAV TO GET FASTEST RESULTS ! • PHONE 295-3535 • 7c Per Word, Cash in Advance 10c Per Word, Charged All Classified Ads run in BOTH The Algona Upper Des Moines newspaper and The North Iowa Shoppc"- 9,200 UNDUPLICATED CIRCULATION FOR SALE, gen' r •„• '.• : WANTED FOR SALE - Near-new three- bedroom home with attached garage In excellent condition. Large living room, family size kitchen with bar, large bedrooms, nice bath, large patio. Phone 295-3205 (21-23) FOR SALE - TREWAX - for all types of floors. SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT, Algona, Iowa. (18-24 NIS) FOR SALE - Quality Hampshire boars. LICKTEIG BROS., Algona, la., phone 295-3031. (6-25*) FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc boars. As good as the best by test. W. J. STEWART, Burt. Phone 924-3774. (10 tfn) FOR SALE - MADISON SILOS and P & D Automated Feeding Equipment. ALVIN BECKER, Phone 679-4250, Wesley. (18 tfn) FOR SALE - SPF Poland China fall boars. PETER ERPELDING & SONS, Rt. 2, Algona 1 mile W. 3/4 N.--JCI. 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 - 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) 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 - Sheets of Aluminum 25x36 inches in size. Excellent for repairs, other uses. Get them at THE UPPER DES MOUSES PUBL. CO., Algona, Iowa. Is your office furniture in sad ijuipe? Look over the newofflcp ifegks, chairs, flies and safes it th* Office, supply Dept. of ,THB 'VFRIW lies 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) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed . . . we establish accounts for you. Car. references and $985 to $1,785 cash capital necessary. Four to 12 hours weekly nets excellent monthly income. Full time more. For local interview, write EAGLE INDUSTRIES, 4725 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55416. (21*) SPARE TIME INCOME Refill and collect from NEW TYPE HIGH QUALITY coin operated dispensers in this area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $750 to $2,950 cash to invest. Six to ten hours per week can net excellent income. More full time. For personal interview write: P.O. BOX 35, Northfield, Illinois 60093. Include phone number. (21*) Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the cards, gifts, visits and help while I was in the hospital at Iowa City. Mrs. Goldie Behrends. (21*) CARD OF THANKS I wisli to thank everyone for the cards, letters, flowers and visits while I was in St. Ann Hospital and since my return home. Your thoughtful ness is greatly appreciated. Ed Blanchard. (21*) CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to my relatives and friends for th-2 cards, gifts and remembrances while I was in the hospital at Rochester and since I returned home. They were very much appreciated. Mrs. Don McGuire. (21) Miscellaneous NOTICE - Stock quotes daily over WHO - 5:30 p.m. HAROLD W. MARTIN, Agent. For information call 576-1325, Ft. Dodge. (19 tfn) CALL 295-2116 FOR BROASTED CHICKEN 90? (82tfn) Tlit AVERAGE Pood Co* it IOW» AT HOOPS-Day Afar Day. Wo few* You To Chodc Our Rogulor Shod Pricw A COMPARE PERSONAL - To the individuals who took up a collection and purchased a pair of gym shorts for the youngster who did not have th=m, a sincere thank you. Anonymous. (21) NOTICE - FREE, Trewax Encyclopedia of Professional Floor and Furniture Care. SAITER'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 Algona.. FRIDAY, March 22-2-story, 4-bedroom home, located at 702 South Thorington St., Algona, to be sold at public auction. Owned by Roman Eisenbacher. Raymond Spencer and Ronald Peck, auctioneers; The Security State Bank, clerk of this sale which is to begin at 6 p.m. Complete details in UDM today. SATURDAY, March 30, 12:30- LuVerne American Legion annual Consignment Auction at LuVerne. Ronald Peck, Raymond Spencer, Ed Anderson and Jean Cleve, auctioneers. Security State Bank, Lu Verne, clerk. Retail Bureau Hears Talk On Check Writers A program on bad checks—and what to do about them, provided 21 members of the Retail Bureau with lots of valuable, information during a meeting of that group at the Chamber of Commerce office here Thursday morning. County Attorney Bing MacDonald and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who recently began presenting their program on checks in an effort to slow down the practice (there were 361 handled by the sheriffs office here last year), made an impressive appeal to those present to do something now about false checks. £1 For Allis Chalmers outdoor power equipment, see . . . CHUCK BEHR'S STANDARD SERVICE Algona Their ideas on the plan were presented in the March 14 issue of the Upper Des Moines and include taking as many of the check writers to court as possible. Conviction will result in jail sentences, fines or both. Both pointed out that such a plan, to work, needs prosecution of check matters. Bureau members present indicated much interest in the plan. Some stated they used letters and other approaches to collect from persons who have given them bad checks, while others indicated they have not had much luck collecting. Mayor Bill Finn announced to the group that he had withdrawn his application to become county supervisor in the second district. Joe Pomplun presided at the session and announced dates of several promotions coming up this year, including: 4-H Day, March 30; the annual Art Show June 7; Ridiculous Days July 2627; Band Festival Oct. 5; and Santa Claus Day Nov. 29. He pointed out that it is up to each individual businessman hosting one of the county's 4-H clubs March 30 to give the club room to set up a disply and take them out to dinner in the evening. Possibility of a circus along with Ridiculous Days was also discussed. The Bureau is not interested in paying the large sum it did last year to get one to appear here, but will bring one in for the two days if the price is right. NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL ? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER D.M. PUBL. CO. MORTON BUILDINGS In color. Square Posts Contact: Robert Snedden Ph. 262-4482 or John Staffer Ph. 262-5723 Oltice: 262-5723 bpencer, Iowa 21tfn TRACTOR TIRES NEEDED! Want to trade for 12 x 38, 13 x 38 or 18.4x34. JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE Algona (81 tfn) LINDSAY SALT I WATWWfTlNlW V \ call your LINDSAY dealer ft II SALT DELIVERY FOR ANY MAKE WATER SOFTENER. ALGONA DELIVERY DAILY. RURAL DELIVERY WEEKLY. CALL 295-3755 LINDSAY SOFT WATER 520 SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. ALCONA. IOWA Junior Leader 4-H Meetings Being Held How can an older 4-H member help the younger members enjoy 4-H and get more out of it ? By being a Junior Leader. Twenty-four older 4-H members met at the Extension office March 11 to consider a way in which they can help. Ruth Patterson, Extension assistant, explained the scope and nature of the Junior Leader project. " A discussion followed on types of groups and leaders. By far the most popular choice of leadership projects is serving as a camp counselor at district or county camp. In addition to discussing various phases of group leadership the junior leadership meetings include recreation with the project members taking turns at leading. The next meeting will be April 2. Other 4-H'ers interested in the meeting are invited to attend. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPERI! YOUNG MAN 20 to 25 to learn retail trade. Experience not necessary. Will train. Top salary while training. Write BOX 535-0, Algona, Iowa 50511 (4 tfn) BRADLEY'S BARGAINS - TRACTORS - \'.u\'2 Mnlinc M-5. power Mrcrinji. like new *M'jr>0 lillil OlivL-r 77(1. potter sk'C'rinu. new tires, new j>;iint $2<>iiri liilil Case li:i(). power steering, wide front . :i pt $2^50 I'.MiO Oliver 550. Hiesol, ele;m, rerondilioiied . . $1!W!i Mlf>!) Oliver HBO, with heat houser and hyd. eyl .......... $2(550 l!ir>H Case HOW. diusul, wide front, H point, nice ........ $2500 1 115-1 Allis. WH-45, new paint, good eond ...... $1050 - PLOWS .1.0 4-Hi Semi-mounted. A F coulters ................ $ H75 J.I). 4-M Semi-mounter. A F coulters ............... $ 1125 A.C. No. 74, 4-H Semi-mounted Oliver A'M), :M(i, pull type .................... $ :i75 - COMBINES - IMC, No. HO pull type, 4 yrs. old, Good .................. $1550 Oliver No. 1H, PTO, hyd. lift, Clean ................. $ 650 Allis No. 66, with pick up $ 495 Allis No. 66, Hume reel, pick up ..... ............... ..... $ 225 - DISCS H' Kcwanee tandem, good condition .................. $ 595 14' Kewanee tandem, reconditioned, very good ...... $ 395 JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algcno, la. 295-2421

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