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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1962
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THE SUfeE FASTEST TO GET RESULTS I AJgona Upper Des Moines Cla&suied Hates 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7C Per Woru, cnargea ?5c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m. • PHONE CY 4-3535 * UDM Want Ads Reach Over b,ouO Families Kacti Week! fOR SALE, general t Ort aAbii — 17 it. Coronado deep mezc, line new, $r/o. Arnoiu iUz a. Moure, Aigoua. 17* aALu; — 4 party dresses. Size o-a. D.uti, yenuw, turquoise and beige, riiuiie ex <j-4A/u. loct b'OH BALHl — Meat-type Hamp- siiire uuars, serviceauie age, jbu.ugs ana uepto itsiea. A. onow, wesiey, lowa. t'OK &AL,ti — Hereford bulls, ser- viceuUie age. josepn A. SK.OW, Wesiey, low a. Is-itT FAKMttKS — Use super Gro Or- anic sou Builder tor corn - gram, tieid crops, increases soyoean yields !> to 12 DU. per acre, oupei ui'> case is ncn composr. not bewage sludge. 'viarviii Reding L/ivermore, lovva (14-17; Farm Equipment USED MACHINERY 1955 Allis WD 45, wide front, A-l. 1941 Allis WC. ii'bO Case VAC with loader. i9t>l MH 44 Diesel, complete overhaul. 1955 1HC 400 Diesel, A-l. Moline Tandem Disc. 18' 1HC Disc. 2—18' Discs. iO' iHC Tandem Disc. 10' Lrraham Hoeme Plow. Allis 3ii Mtd. piow — Buaet shares. 3i(j Oliver i^iu piow, Liaie model. i— Case ataiK Cuaers. j. u. Mid. t>t.aik Cuuer. iHC No. ;UU spreader on rbr. Heat. IIUL er oiiver od. AUIS U' ur. Mul. Field Cultivator. JOE BRADLEY Algona, Iowa CY 4-2421 IB *' A Jtt M ADDING MACHINE l_Victor, B col. with subtracter, visioie dial. A-l $35.00 UPPUU IJhiS MOINES PUB. CO. Oftice bupply Dept. , lOWA (9tf) FOR SALE — New Wanderer pickup camper. For inspection or demonstration, call or write McCoy bales Co., Estherville. Pnone *jM 2-2169. Located at North Edge Estnerville. (17tf) HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES, it WE rtAVfcrt'T GOT IT OH CANT GET IT. IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. "a 1— Mpls. Monne 4-row corn planter wan mountings lor J.U. irau ............................ if 1_ New Idea iz-A, <JO Bu. Tractor bpreauer. i— oet. iiuany new insecticide at- lacnmeAts, d. \J. i-row planter. COMBINES 1—Model 66 AUis-Chalmers with slrawsprcader and pickup. 2—Model 60 Allis-Chaimers with slrawspreadcr and pickup. 1—Model G-4 Minneapolis-Moline with 12 ft. Header and pickup. l_No. 76 McCormick-Deering with strawspreader and pickup. 1—Model A-6 Case witn PTO, pickup and strawspreader. MISCELLANEOUS 1—Shield Bantam Stalk Shredder. 1—Humboldt Stalk Shredder. 1—Moor's Slaik Shredder. 1—No. 455 Four row IHC Cultivator, i—48 ft. Keny Kyan Elevator. 1—46 ft. New Idea Elevator with PTO Drive. 1—« ft. Coats Windrower — in good condition. 1—Rear mounted End Gale Seeder. LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SVVEA CITY, IOWA DIAL BRown 2-4601 (17) FOR SALE — 200 bales of baled alfalfa hay. Pnone C* 4-4756. Har- 'old Angus. . (17) FOR SALE — Near hew Burroughs cash register, 9 cols., can use double or single tape,,, also, user aDie as~ String triacnirie'.'".-All the latest features..' This IS 'an ex* pensive piece of business equipment new, and here is a reai ' saving. — Upper" Des Moines , v , PUD. Co., office supply dcpt., Algona. i situ SACRIFICE PULLET SALE i Leghorns and Leg-Hamps one week Old $28.90; 2 WKS. old $30.90. 3 to 4 wks. old $33.90. Call collect. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa (1710 1—1937 J.D. Tractor "B" .... $110 i—J.U. "B" tractor, 1946, paint- eu ana overnaiueu $425 i—Case tractor spreader, good sriape $325 i—w right Power Saw, A-l. i—J.L). "A" 1937 tractor, top condition, near new tires $ 145 i—J.D. 490 planter with fert. at- tacnment,, paincecl and ready to go * 375 i—David Bradley chain saw, goou shape $ 85 i—nubber tired wagon $ 40 i—Nn;W New Idea Horn loader witn manure bucket only $ 410 REAR TRACTOR Tlllli, CLEARANCE i—Used 12 x 38 Rear Tractor Tires, good tires tor uuais, each $ 15 All These At 50% Off List Prices 1—11 x 38 4-piy Goodyear Sure-Grip i—12 x 3ti o-p,y oure Urip. /—il x 3d t>-piy super bure Grip. WANTED IN TRADE New Idea 12-A Spreaders ALL PRICED TO SELL 1 BEHLEN CORN CRIBS & BINS WAUsH 8t SIOUX CORN CRIBS MAN WITH FARM BACKGROUND We ai-c looking for a man In this area to service and deliver our fa mi machinery maintenance equipment No investment necessary. Contact R. R. Garland, phone CE 2-7876, Ames, lowa anytime after 7 p.m. for appointment For personal interview, 502 10th St., Spirit Lake, lowa. (16-18 For Rent FOR RENT — Very large 2-bedroom duplex, heated. Frank Vera, phone CY 4-3495. 17 Wanted HIGH SCHOOL CHADS You must be trained to get a good job. June classes now forming for IBM draftsmen and airline careers. One of the best schools in the country. Send name, age, address and phone number to: GALE INSTITUTE Box 581 Fort Dodge, Iowa (17) WANTED — Woman desirous of retail sales position in Algona, experience helpful but not necessary. Write complete information first letter to Box 69-D, Algona, Iowa. ' 17 WANTED — Grain haulers from northern Iowa to Savage, Minn. Call Continental Grain Company, Fairmont, Minn. Ph. 235-6678. 17 Lost & Found LOST — New Power Take-Off shaft for New Idea Spreader. Howard. Phone 233, Lloyd Berkland, Fenton. H7) Services WANTED MAN — Supplement your income by selling Steel Buildings and Plastic Insulation in your spare time. Write 69-H, c/o this newspaper. (17) fOR KENT — First floor furnished apartment, bath, heated, utilities furnished. Frank Vera, phone CY 4-3495. 17* FOH RENT — Two bedroom home with garage. Newly decorated. Excellent location. • Available June 1st. Reasonable rent. 709 South Moore, Dale Heeren. (17) EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Refilling and collecting money from New Type high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. We establish original accounts for you. Car and references de- sirabie. $600 to $1900 cash required. Good potential earnings part time, more full time. For personal interview write P.O. Box 4185, Pittsburgh 2, Pa. Include phone number. (17*) FOR RENT — 2 — 3 room modern bungalows and garden space. Virgil Shackelford. 17* FOR RENT — Upstairs furnished apartment, private entrance and garage. Available June 1. Phone CY 4-2329. 17* FOR RENT — 3 room furnished apartment, private entrance, private bath, close-in. 220 Norty Moore. Call Frank Mouiton, CY 4-4609 or CY 4-3837. 16tfn Fenton, Iowa (17) WANTED TO BUY WOOL BEFORE YOU SELL, CONTACT DALE YUNGEBERG [AT CY 4-3393, AGENT FOR HUMBOLPT LIVESTOCK AUCTION. TRUCKS i—1950 CMC Pickup, % ton 4-speed trans Good Buy ! i—lyod r-buu Ford with 15 ft. Combination box and 10- ton Century Hoist $ 750 TRACTORS 1-1948 Farmall "C" w/C 250 Cult. L— JUbO "MD" with remote control and 9-speed $1295 —a -ao, good @ $ iso 1—1948 Oliver 70 with starter and lights. 1—1939 J.D. "A", overhauled, A-l. MISCELLANEOUS 1—No. 440 planter w/V rubber and fert. 1—50 T Baler. 1—18 ft. IH Disc, A-l $ 150 1—No. 16 IH 316 plow w/plow chief bottoms. 1—44 ft. Little Giant Elevator I—Continental Stalk Cutter with New Hammers, A-l $ 250 1—Bear Cat mill with discharge auger $ ir '° 1—Wind Power 4-section Rotary Hoe $ 195 I—No 25 J. D. comoine with PU and new Hume Reel $1250 1—12 ft. Mpls.-Moline Wheel Tandem Disc $ 425 1—No. 65 Case Combine with PU and PTO $1200 1—HM 438 Cultivator cplt. w/cylin- der and hoses. 1—J.D. "H" Sprender $ 175 1—Montgomery Ward model C Mill. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. U7) FOR RENT — .Farms in Winneba go County for 1963. Quarter and Half Section. Good improve, ments. Give equipment and references. Box b'9-T, % this newspaper. ( i'OK KENT — i'UHJMlSHKU & heated apartment, close-in, private entrance, private bain. 6ee iijustrom .furniture. 4olfn Real Estate Tuesday, May 1, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 WANTED — Man 24-45, for responsible job with a future. Must be willing to work 9 hrs; day. 6 days wk. to start. $125 wk. plus yearly bonus. Home nights. For personnel interview, Write Box 273, Garner, Iowa. (14-17) MAN Oil WOMAN to supply established customers with famous nationally advertised Watkins products in city of Algona. No investment. Earnings of $75 and up weekly possible. Full or part- time. Write Watkins Products Inc., D-60 Winona, Minn. 14-17* Card Of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We want to thank all those who iclpecl make our Silver Wedding Anniversary such a happy occasion. Your cards, gifts and good wishes were greatly appreciated. — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus. 17 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on Potter's Hill. Oil Heal, Uurage and flrcezeway, large lot. Irving Urch, CV FOR SALE — House and lot, close- in. Inquire 2 E. College. 17 s IF YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE BUYING CAR INSURANCE,SEE L. S. BOHANNON, G N. DODGE bi., AL.GONA, IOWA. ic Move One Of Whitfemore's Oldest Homes Wliittcmorc — One of Whitle more's oldest houses was moved from its location. Since 1886 it served four ministers and their families. The late Rev. William Faulstich was the first pastor who served the Lutheran congregation and also taught school. Faulstich served the congregation for 46 years, until the time of his death in December, 1932. On April 2, 1933, Rev. W. H Discher was installed, and in May, 1945 Rev. Discher accepted a call to Clarinda. Following a vacancy of four months, Rev. Paul Weinhold of Snyder, Nebr. was installed Sept. 9, 1945. Rev. Weiri- hold served St. Paul's for 13 years and resigned from the ministry due to ill health. Mr. and Mrs. Weinhold moved to Anaheim, Cal. During the ensuing six months Rev. Delbert E. Weiss, West Bend was vacancy pastor, and a eal was accepted by Rev. Clei Kautsch, Platte Center, Nebr., whi was installed June 21, 1959. Wit' his family, he occupied the horn for two years until the new pa: sohage was built south of dre'TJ] house. I At one of the regular meeting it was decided that the old homi should be sold. It was decided t< be sold by scaled bids, and wa. to be removed or salvaged by May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Zumach were successful bidders for the eight room home. Daughter Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richardson, Emmetsburg, announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Suzanne to.Eldon Andre, son of Mrs. George Winkel and the late John Andre. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Emmetsburg Junior College and attended Wayne State Teachers College in Wayne, Nebr. Sim is presently employed as a secretary at Emmetsburg high school anil Junior College. Mr. Andre is a graduate of Presentation Academy in Whittemore and a graduate of Crcigliton University in Omaha and is presently doing graduate work at the State University of Iowa. He is a member of the Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity. A late summer wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kieslr and sons, Robert and Paul, visitro Mrs. Eiesle's mother, Mrs. S.inil Sehwari/iMilwh, at Iho Uiif'u Miller home in Slorm I.ak" Sir, day. MniKl.iy evening. Mrs. Kii>sl< rcccivc'd uoi'l lh:>t in id.', r ' away lhat evening. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER all sizes, colors — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. FOR SALE I'lin-bivd I Ml.-m I Chri.i Im.irs, .Inly ,uul AIILH-.' l,iiTi'\'. li;in«-i tested, \ K | u i '• •. : i • •• I ! •',-'. ' '->iri 1 I., I ,,! I:. .! .. ,i I i. Hi'' T i. M III: Mother Passes The Pennsylvania Evening Post was America's first daily paper. Its publisher was Benjamin Towne and it went on the daily status on May 30, 1783. KEYS MADE at Coast-to-Coast Algona USED FARM EQUIPMENT USED TRACTORS IHC 400 fully loaded $2395 1954 UB MM $ 1750 1948 MM U $ 995 MISCELLANEOUS 12 ft. Spring Tooth $ 65 |7 ft. John Deere Spring Tooth $ 125 J8-it. J. D. Str. cut disc $ 165 IH 18-ft. Str. cut disc $ 165 f3-ft. MM Tandem disc $ 245 2—12A New Idea Tractor Spreaders ,* $225 to $295 Oliver Spreader $ I 45 Grainavator 30 Auger wagon with apron conveyor jjave Several W, 18, * 21 ft. sir- alglit cut disc ou haud now ! BUSCHER BROS, IMPLEMENT USED MACIHNIiHY LIST CORN PLANTEUS l_4-row Mounted Allis-Chalmers with fertilizer attachment. l_4-row Oliver with fertilizer attachment — like new. l_4. r ow Minneapolis-Moline High Speed planter complete with fertilizer attachment. TIUCTOUS -Model WD Allis-Chalmcrs. —Model "K" Minneapolis-Moline. 1— Model 70 Oliver. 1— Model 101 Senior Massey-Harns. —Model 400 Farmall Diesel with adjustable front end and power steering. DISCS 1—13 ft. John Deere Tandem. 1— Kewanee 13'4" Wheel Disc. 1—21 ft. Massey-Harris. 1— 1U ft. John Deere. Several good 15 ft. discs. SHIUAOEUS ibis N. Main CY 4-345J 1ST CHOICE USED CARS AT CHOICE PRICES 1—19(11 Ford Fairlane 500, 4-clr. V-8, aut. U. & H., like new. S1895 1—19(i() Ford Fairlane 6 cyl. 2-dr, stick, heater $1195 1— iWiO Ford Fairlane, V-8, Heir., slick shift, like new $137! l—IDliti Rambler Super 4-dr. 6 Cyl St. Trans. R. & H $13'J5 1—11159 Ford Custom V-8 "300", Straight Stick, heater .... $1095 1—11158 Ford Custom 3()(), 6, aut. lu-atcr, extra nice $ 875 1—1U5S Chev. Biscaync, 2 dr. V-8 uut. R. & H., Very sharp aiu low miles $ 95C —1U56 Chev. Station Wagon, V-8, overdrive, R. & 11. completely overhauled $ fi50 —1957 Ford Convertible, V-8, O/tlr. completely overhauled, extra shift, extra nice $ 975 —11)57 Ford, 4-dr., 0 Cy:., straight shift, extra nice * 550 —1956 Chev. Bel Air, 1-rtr., V-8 wiih power glide. R & 11 $ 650 —1956 Mercury 4-dr. Hardtop, V-K, Auto., R. & H. Priced to Sell * 575 i—I95B Chev. Bel Air, 2-dr., V-8, Auto., R. & H $ «25 1—1U5U Ford V-S hard top Fairlane, It & H, auto, trans, new paint. Completely overhauled .. $ 5U5 1—1955 Ford Fairlane 4 dr., V-* auto, transmission $ 425 1—1955 Chev. 4 dr. 210, (i Cyl. auto Tr. It. & H., completely overhauled, new paint. .. S 450 1—1953 Ford Victoria Hdtp. O/D with 2 new tires S 175 1—1952 Mercury V-8, O. D. run good $ 13 "66" SERVICE Fenton, lowa U7 DIAMOND Says Give Your Foet A Treat And Your Pocket Book too! Boy's Sizes 3 l/ z To Men's 12 Dress Oxfords As Low As WORK SHOES SIZES 0-12 As Low As 1— No. 12 New Idea. 1— No. 14 New Idea. 1— No. 1» New Idea. 1— No. 19 New Idea PTO. 1— No. 200 McCormick-Deering. The first school of Journalisn was founded at the University o Missouri in 1908 by Dean Walte Williams. $5.99 $5.99 DIAMOND'S of Algona Jacket Headquarters of N.W. lowa JOHN WORRELL & CO. ESTHERVIUE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT CATTLE CATTLE BUYER GERALD FRANKL CALL ALGONA, CYpress 4-4814 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Ready To Sell - Call Worrell! REAL ESTATE Have Buyers For The Following: ASH BUYERS: •320 Acres. Must be good with good buildings. —160 Acres. No buildings except grain storage. —80 Acres. No building except grain storage. —160 Acres good building. Top land. CONTRACT BUYERS: —Buy 160 on Contract. Rent 80 or additional 160. Buyer has $12,000. —240 on Contract. Buyer has $15,000. Have You A Farm To Sell Tha Will Meet The Above ? PAUL M. S E E L E Y Algona, la. CY 4-317 NIGHI SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT Starting MAY 9 - Wednesday - 7:30 P.M. EMMETSBURG SALES BARN Emmetsburg, Iowa ARMSTRONG, IOWA SALES EVERY MONDAY NIGHT SEVEN O'CLOCK SUMMER SCHEDULE OF NIGHT SALES STARTING MONDAY, APRIL FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF SELLERS AND BUYERS AT OUR AUCTIONS, DURING THE BUSY FARMING MONTHS, WE WILL FOLLOW THE SCHEDULE BELOW FOR OUR REGULAR AUCTIONS: MONDAY- NIGHT starting at 7:00 P.M. - sale order as follows: bred ewes, feeder lambs, fat lambs followed by veal calves, feeder pigs, bred sows, boars and butcher hogs. (Definite commitments have been made by packers and order buyers to attend this evening BUTCHER HOG AUCTION in order to fill their needs of butcher hogs. B E SURE TO TRY "THE AUCTION WAY" OF MARKETING YOUR BUTCHER HOGS.) TUESDAY: MORNING starting at 10:00 A.M. - FAT CATTLE & BUTCHER COWS followed by small lots of native and western cattle. WEDNESDAY: NIGHT starting at 8:00 P.M. - DAIRY CATTLE, all classes. THURSDAY: NIGHT starting at 7:00 P.M. - BUTCHER HOGS. (Definite commitments have been made by packers and order- buyers to attend this evening BUTCHER HOG AUCTION in order to fill their needs of butcher hogs). "BE SURE 10 TRY "THE AUCTION WAY" OF MARKETING YOUR BUTCHER HOGS. FRIDAY: NIGHT starting at 7:00 P.M. - STOCKER & FEEDER AUCTION, including load lots of all classes of western and acclimated stacker and feeder cattle. REMEMBER, THE ABOVE NIGHT SALES START MONDAY, APRIL 30th, WE SINCERELY BELIEVE THAT THIS WILL EXPOSE YOUR LIVESTOCK TO MORE COMPETITION DURIMG THIS BUSY SEASON, ALSO THIS WILL GIVE 1 ML- bUSY LIVESTOCK MAN A CHANCE TO FILL HIS LiV^JlCCK REPLACEMENT NEEDS DURING THIS SEASON AND DURING THE WARM SUMMER MONTHS IT WILL MINIMIZE ANY LOSS IN LIVESTOCK DUE TO MOVING DURING THE HEAT OF THE DAY - A COMPLETE AND COMPETENT MARKET FOR EVERY FARMER Humboldt Livestock Auction, Inc. (2 BOW) HUMBOLDf, IOWA Byron C. Hayes, Manager Phone 113 Res. 998

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