The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1962 · Page 6
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«-AIg6no (la.) Upper Bes Motnii Tuesday, June 12, 1962 WANTADS For Rent FOR RENT - Modern 2-room apartment, partly furnished. Ph. CY 4-4572 after 4 p.m. 23 FOR RENT - 2 bedroom house, gas heat, available July 1. Call CY 4-2241. ' 2.T FOR RENT — FURNISHED & heated apartment, close-in, private entrance, private bath. See Bjustrom Furnilure. 45tfn FOR RENT - New Idea flail-type spreader. Squeeze Ease Rentals. Fenton. (20-23'j NEW IDEA flail-type spreader, for rent. Squeeze Ease Rentals. Gerald Voigt, Fenton. (20-2.3") DERN, 2-BEDROOM RESIDENCE, WITH EXTRA-FINE OARAGE; in beautifully land scaped location. GET FULL DETAILS from H. D. HUTCHINS, l( }•:. BROKER, Tel. CY 4-3205. (23) Fra SALE — 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on Potter's Hill. Oil Heat, Garage and Breezeway, large lot. Irving Urch, CY 4-2977. (30tf) Real Estate HOUSE BARGAIN OF THE YEAR Dr. Devine's lovely Ranch Home, N. E. edge of Whittemore — Suburban Living — Low Price now for Quick Sale — $13,000. See JOEL M. HERBST or TED S. HERBST Cover Penney's) (23) LOVELY HOME FOR SALE: Owner to live near Son — priced very attractively — ALL-MO- FOR SALE HOMES - LOTS Nicely located, 3 bedroom family home, A-l shape $12,750 Nice bung., 2 bedroom, screen patio, near Catholic & Lutheran churches. GOOD BUY! 5 room older, clean, close in $ 6,500 Lovely brick home, 3 bedroom, 120 So. Ackley $22.500 fi room house. 2 bedrooms and bath downstairs, ' 2 bath and 2 bedrooms upstairs $15,500 Duplex, 309 E. Kennedy .. $10,750 Bungalow, much is new, 517 W. State $ 8,750 Estate House, 126 S. Colby SOLD Estate House. 11 E. Kennedy .$ 5,50 Old House, big lot 418 N. Dodge $ 3,00 Corner lot, small house, utilities in, 214 N. Ackley $ 2,5(X LOTS — $3,250 — $1,600 — $1,500 One is fine location — trees paved walking distance to tow and school. See JOEL M. HERBST or TED S. HERBST (Over Penneys) Farm Equipment FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 1—.John Deerr hay conditioner, good cond $495 1—Used New Idea Hay Conditioner $525 1—Used .1. D. cultivator, 2 row $40 1—New Idea No. 17 spreader $485 1—I'sed engine driven Hudson orchard or fencing sprayer, with tank and NEW headgun and 2 feet hose $75 New Walsh and Broyhill Sprayers, 6 and 8 row. New 150 and 200 gal. fibreglass sprayer tanks, $108 and up. Sprayer filters, pumps and pump repairs. Dows & Montsanto farm chemicals. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fortiori. Iowa (2.1) DIAMOND Says Give Your Feet A Treat And Your Pocket Book Too I Boy's Sizes 3 "2 To Men's 12 Dress Oxfords As Low As WORK SHOES SIXES G-12 As Low As $5.99 $5.99 DIAMOND'S of Algona Jacket Headquarters of N.W. Iowa TRUCKS 1-1P.51 CMC Pickup, ••>< ton 4-speed trans Good Buy I 1—1953 F-600 Ford with 15 ft. Combination box and 10- ton Century Hoist $ 750 1—1951 Chev. 6103 with end dump and Hoist. TRACTORS 1—1948 Farmall "C" w/C 250 Cult. 2—F-30, good @ $ 150 1—1939 J.D. "A", overhauled, A-l. MISCELLANEOUS 1—H.M. 250 Cult. A-l. 1—3 Bar IH Rake 1—Dual Loader w'snow bucket exl 1—Meyers Hay Conditioner 1—455 Cult, w/cylinder and Hoses $ 57 1—M 448 Cult $ 25 1—Hypro 6 Roller pump. .. $17, 1—Jari Mower, A-l $ 7 1—No. 46 IH Baler (like new) 1—44 ft. Little Giant Elevator 1—Continental Stalk Cutter with New Hammers, A-l $ 25 1—Bear Cat mill with discharge auger $ 15( 1—Wind Power 4-section Rotary Hoe. 1—No. 25 J. D. combine 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 $ 275 1—J.D. "H" Spreader $ 175 —Montgomery Ward model C Mill. 1—No. 15 IH Plow with 316 Super Chief Bottoms. MANY USED MOZALL MOWERS ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. When men speak ill of thee, so Ve that nobody will believe them. — Plato. SUMMER FUN FOR SALE- AS LOW AS 40 4 A MONTH qrtftffftfff,^ Open-air best seller- lowest price. ? U 7£ r; ek S spirit and lively performance. 125 HP engine. With power top standard it costs less than any other U. S. convertible—even those with manual toiJb. No wonder it's one of America's fastest-selling 6-cylinder convertibles. Solidly and lastingly Rambler with rattle-free Single-Unit construction. $C122* W Mi month ft! RdfiiLlur Arni.riian Deluxe ? Door S, .|<,n ' Economy King. America's lowest-priced car* The "400" version with stan< dard transmission got most <jj miles per gal- v Ion of any car in '62 Mobil Economy Run. Jl ^%0^* /i I 1^ • •'•'I I per • "month Room for a family of 6 and cargo. Like all Ramblers, it has Deep. Dip rustproofing .., Ceramic. Armored muffler and tail-' pipe...Double- Safety Brake . __ System. * W month RAMBLER An Obviously Better Value p»ym«nU baud on mil's suggested rstail price, «nri Vt down payment, 3£-mo. con- Had will) normal carrying charges, ledaral taxes paid. DOM not include optional equipment, wlutewall tires, transportation, in- suiance, state, local laiw, ,1 an* DAU'S GARAGE, m s. Do d 8 e. Ai gonq , lowq tfSET) MAC1HNERY LIST IIAKES 1—Four Bar Case. 1—Four Rar Massoy-IIarris. MOWERS 1—Allis Chalmers semi-mounted. 1—Case semi-mounted. TRACTORS 1—Model VVD Allis-Chalmers. 1-Model WC Allis Chalmers. 1—Model "R" iWinneapolis-Moline. 1—Model 70 Oliver. 1—Model 101 Senior Massey-Harris. 1—Model 400 Far-mall Diesel with adjustable front end and power steering. COMBINES 1—6 ft. Woods Bros, with straw- spreader, pickup and Skour Kleen. 1—Model 100 Allis Chalmers self propelled, in exceflent condition. 1—Model 66 Allis-Chelmers with strawspreader and pickup. 1—Model 60 Allis Chalmers with strawspreader and pickup. 1—No. 76 McCormick-Deering with strawspreader and pickup. 1—Model A-6 Case with PTO, pickup and strawspreader. MISCELLANEOUS 1—New Idea flail-type chopper, excellent condition. 1—Four row Allis Chalmers Cult. 1—No. 455 Four row IHC Cultivator. 1—48 ft. Kelly Ryan Elevator. 1—46 ft. New Idea Elevator with PTO Drive. 1—8 ft. Coats Windrower — in good condition. LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SVVEA CITY. IOWA DIAL BRown 2-4601 (23) Card Of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank relatives and friends for their cards, gifts and visits while I was in St. Ann hospital. Also thanks to the nurses at the hospital. — Alvin Andrea;en. 23* CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to 'riends, neighbors and relatives or the floral and spiritual bouquets, cards and food and everyone who helped in every way fol- owing the death of our beloved lusband and father. — The Family of Firman Laing. 23* About 18 million rounds of golf were played by women in 1957. »• BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kemna left Thursday with their family for an outing in northern Minn. They will be gone a week. Bible School began Monday at the Baptist church with a large group attending. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman attended a family reunion dinner at Spencer Sunday evening. Kay Menke, who has been helping at the Harold Winkel home raring for the Winkel's twin daughters, returned to her home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Guy, Dexter, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nagel, Sherburn, Minn., came Sunday to help the ladies' mother, Mrs. Perry Torino, celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torine received word from Mrs. Lyle Torine that Lyle had left for Japan and will be away from their home at Berkely, Cal. for seven months. Patty Dolan will leave Thursday for Ft. Dodge where she will be employed at a hospital. Patty is a graduate of St. John's. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Derner and Douglas, Redwood City, Cal., came Thursday for a three-week visit with the Laurence Bergmans, Bancroft, and the C. A. Derners at Whittemore. I THEY'RE ROLLING IN ... EVERY WEDNESDAY SPECIAL ON 2-4-D WEED AND BRUSH KILLER SEE US FOR .... RIS-VAN 32°> NITROGEN FOR SIDE-DRESSING CORN FARMERS SERVICE CENTER SAM DAVIS CY 4-4621 ABOVE: One nice flock from among the over 400 head received Wednesday A.M., June 6. WE WILL BUY YOUR EWES or BUCKS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 My Thanks To Voters Of 4th District For their support and votes which gave me the Democratic nomination for Supervisor. Homer McCarthy 1 - We Will Bid You On Your Lambs And/or Sheep AT NOON ON TUESDAYS For Wednesday A.M. Delivery, To Us In Algona, Or At Same Quoted Price To Dale Dundas At Burt. 2 - ... ...... ... n -- A --J" B ".- Quofed Price ' A "d Prime Lambs Higher. But We Will Also Buy ANY Lambs, Bucks, Ewes, That You Want To Sell. £V.V.V.V.V.VAV.VV.V.V.W.VW •! 5i A i B ,' d co W r l ?° Broadcast Over Radi ° Station KLGA, Algona (1600 on dial) At 11:59 Each Tuesday, Or You Can Call Us Anytime Tuesday Afternoon. I OUR MARKET PREDICTION FOR NEXT WEEK: Lambs have been high for six days, should work lower next week. f 5 •*AW,fVWVWWWbr^^ P.S. We're still in the Hog Business as usual. You cqn deliver yogr Hogs and Lambs together if you wish. ALGONA, IOWA Phone CY 4-2411

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