The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1962 · Page 5
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THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS 1 Algona Upper DCS Mollies Classified Rates 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, charged 75c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m. • PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach Over 5,500 Families Each Week! FOR SALE, general FOR SALE — MEAT - TYPE Hampshire Fall yearling and Spring boars; also open gilts. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 34-51* FOR SALE—HEREFORD BULLS, serviceable age. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 34-37* FOR SALE — Heavyweight tarps at Lightweight Prices. See Diamonds. TFN FOR SALE — 25 good quality Hereford cows at $165 per head. George Stever, phone 472-3424, Fairfield, la. 37-311* FOR SALE — Crossbred German shepherd puppies, $5 for females and $7.50 for males. Call CY 42060. 37* FOR SALE — Big long, rugged, Purebred Spotted Poland China Boars. — Clarence Hock, Manson, Iowa. (37-47) NEW SCOTCH BRAND typewriter cleaner — clean — fast — convenient. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. 32 tfn FOR SALE — Olds Ambassador Cornet, when new $130. Top condition, $75. — Wilfred Stoeber, Fenton, Iowa. (37*) FOR SALE — New Idea Wagon Hoist. — F. W. Bacon, Burt. 37* FOR SALE - Clarinet "B" flat in good condition. Phone 2651. — Harvey Buenger, West Bend. FOR SALE — Purebred Yorkshire boars and gilts, test station records available. Gene Huskamp, phone Fcnton 473, P.O. is Ringsted. Located 2 west, I 1 /.- north of Fenton. (32-40*) HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs. Lampright will see the following household goods and miscellaneous items at the Fred E. Kent, Sr. home, 214 East Nebraska Friday, September 21st, starting at 10 a.m.: Davenport, occasional chair, upholstered chair, console radio record player combination, cocktail table, spinet desk and chair, Duncan Phfye dining room suite, consists of extension table, buffet and 6 chairs, refrigerator, wool rugs, antique picture frame, dishes, drapes, curtains, spreads. Miscellaneous articles. 37* For Rent FOR REtfT — Nice large 2 bedroom duplex, heat furnished. — Frank Vera, CY 4-3495. 37* APARTMENT FOR RENT - 15 E. College, newly painted inside, low rent. Call CY 4-2757. 37* FOR RENT — Duplex, 4 rooms & bath. Available Oct. 1. 309 S. Jones. 37 Miscellaneous illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllii, Wanted WANTED - To rent 3 bedroom house Oct. 1st. References furnished by Algona businessman. Write Box 69 M, Algona. 35 WANTED — Need 3 men or women for permanent route work. Write Darwin Anderson, Box 152, Madrid, Iowa. (36-37-38*) WANTED — STEADY INCOME averaging $75 weekly and up possible tor MAN OR WOMAN. Service Watkins customers in city of Algona. No investment. Full or part time. Write Watkins Products, Inc. D-65, Winona, Minn. (36-39*) LADIES READY TO WEAR Nationally famous Mode 0' Day is opening a new store in Algona featuring budget priced clothing. You can own this franchise and operate on a consignment basis without any investment for merchandise. Lady 25-55 preferred. Investment for equipment only. For information, write: D. D. Allred 4034 Newport Ave. Omaha 12, Nebr. (36-37*) WORK WANTED - by senior farm boy doing chores after school •^ond on Saturdays. Call CY 44741 after 4:30. 37* HELP WANTED AT ONCE — Male and Female. Algona Launderers & Dry Cleaners, Across from Courthouse. 37 FOR SALE — Duroc boars, accredited herd, official probed for back fat and weight. — Otto Harlan, Algona. 37tfn FOR SALE — 3-bedroom, 1-story home, attached breezeway and garage, good location. Priced to sell. — Jim Arcnd, 619 E. Chubb St. 37* GOOD USED BUSINESS MACHINES 8 col. Victor Adder $35.00 Remington Noiseless Upright $45.00 Smith Corona Upright Reconditioned $84.50 UPPER DES MOINES PUD. CO. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. 34tfn. FOR SALE — Hampshire spring boars, tested and vac. — Ralph Reding, Ottosen, la., 7V-; miles east of West Bend. 36-38* FOR SALE — 7 Columbia and one Hampshire yearling rams. — William Fritz. 7Ms miles straight north of Wesley. Ph. 3F27, Titonka. 36-38* USED CHAIRS IN GOOD CONDITION 1—High-back rocker, brown nylon cover, looks nice $20 1—T-V chair, brown cover, near new, a real buy at $20 And, of course, a host of new chairs PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa (37) USED APPLIANCES 1—Hardwick 40 inch, 4 Burner range, full oven ,•• $? 1—G. E. electric dryer, A-l-shape overhauled , •'• • $5° 1—Hotpoint 12 ft. upright freezer, refrigerator, two door, late model $75 McFALL PLUMBING-HEATING ana APPLIANCE Fpitlon. Iowa (37) STORE FRONT FOR RENT Rent thi§ ch»i«f location en p flfrsintgge See R. Q, Bjustrom ALGONA RELIABLE PARTY WANTED o service a route of do it yourself ubc testing units handling fast moving R.C.A. and Sylvania radio and television tubes. Could net up 1426.00 per month to start. Com)any trained experts, set up bus- ness for you. We furnish MA- HINES and LOCATIONS. Cash nvestment required from $1422.00 o $2370.00 for inventory. Requirements 5 to 10 spare hours weekly; i references. Automobile and a sincere desire to go into a fast moving repeat business that is •apidly expanding itself throughout he country. Please do not answer unless fully qualified. For personal nterview in your city, write to Jniversal Electronics Corp., 6635 Delmar Blvd., University City 30, Mo. Include phone number in resume. 37 NOTICE BODE THEATRE announces a plan for purchasing individual or family tickets. These tickets will be effective beginning Oct. 1, 1962 to Oct. 1, 1963. They may be purchased from anyone of the Bode Merchants or individuals who will be calling on you for your support, at $10 and $15 respectively and may be used for all non-percentages shows. 36-38 OPEN HOUSE NOTICE The family of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Studer of Clarion, Iowa are inviting you to a Open House at St. John Parish Hall in Clarion in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents, Sunday, Sept. 30, 2 to 5:30 p.m. (37) ITS NEW! ITS OLD! ITS GOOD! CHUCK WAGON — Every Sat. Serving from 6 to 9 — serving Roast Beef. Chicken, Hot dish, chicken and dumpling, hot rolls, coffee. Help yourself Salad Bar. All this home cooked food for $1.50. HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. Get up a party, come dance — eat and relax. (36-38) Farm Equipment USED MACHINERY Ford Combine with Ford Engine MH No. 26 Self Propelled Combine IHC No. 62 Combine with motor Moline J 2 with motor JD No. 12A with motor Case A6 with motor Case F2, PTO Oliver No. 4 mtd. Picker—77-88 Allis 2R—WD Picker New Idea AR Pull on rbr. Case 2R Pull Picker on rbr. JD No. 200 2R Pull Picker, A-l 2—314 Oliver Hyd. Plows 314 Case Plow on rbr. 314 Allis Mtd. Plow 314 Allis Mid. Plow — Snap Coupler — Bullet Shares 216 Oliver Heavy Duty Plow 314 Oliver Plowmaster on rbr. 316 IHC Mech. Slat on rbr. 414 IHC Mech. on rbr. 414 MH No. 37 Mtd. Plow 46' Farmers Friend Elevator — 2 whl. 36' Meyer Elevator — 2 whl. JOE BRADLEY USED FARM EQUIPMENT USED TRACTORS 1958 445 LPMM $1650 1956 400 IHC, nice one $2355 1954 UB M.M $1725 1949 D.C. Case $ 695 1948 U M.M $ 895 1—J. D. "A" $ 450 PICKERS M-M "Uni" Picker $ 925 M-M Uni-Picker-Sheller .... $ 875 6-A New Idea $595 6-A New Idea $495 MM w/rear elevator $695 No. 17 A-C Mounted w/wd^5 on D-17 mounting $745 No. 20 New Idea Mounted .. $395 MISCELLANEOUS 1954 F-500 Ford truck. Only 2—E M.M. Corn shellers wMrags, choice $1050 1953 A-6 Case combine $ 395 No. 6 John Deere PTO on JD wagon gear $ 975 No. 19 New Idea Spreader, 2 years old $ 695 Ottawa Post Hole Digger, demonstrator $ 135 John Deere Chopper with corn & hay head $345 No. 12A N. I. spreader $295 New Holland Chopper with corn head $295 2—6 x 10' Barge Boxes, each post office and Blue Earth, Minn. The term is from Nov. 1, 1962 until June 30, 1965. This is for six days a week with no deliveries on six national holidays. The distance is 42,498.488 miles per annum. The truck must be enclosed and not less than 600 cubic feet capacity. It will leave the Algona post office at 5:30 a.m. and return by 7:10.p.m. For additional information call at the Algona post office. 95 NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THE VERY BEST DEAL ON A NEW PICKER. SEE OUR COMPLETE NEW LINES OF PICKERS BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT PIANOS WANTED Uprights, Grands, Studios, Spinets Top Cash Price Paid — Limited Truck Space Reply Mr. Wm. Martin Box 69 R c/o Algona Upper Des Moines (36-37*) 1015 N. Main CY 4-3451 Mail Bids For Area Route Now Being Accepted The Algona post office announces that bids will be received until Oct. 15, 9 a.m., at Transportation Division, Main Post Office Building, St. Louis, 55, Mo., for carrying of mail between the Algona Rites Held For Infant Boy At Bancroft Unncroft — Funeral services were held here for the infant son born Friday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, to Mr and Mrs Eugene Wolf. The infant died Sunday. Besides his parents, he leaves one brother, his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Homer Wolf and great grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Wolf, Bancroft. Mrs Chistine Welp returned to her home Tuesday after an extended visit in Washington where she attended the World's Fair and visited relatives in Omaha. Her daughter Beth brought her to Bancroft. Laurence Bergman r e c e i v ed word Saturday of the death of his uncle, George Johnson who died Friday at his home in Titonka. Attending services from here were Mr and Mrs Glen Cowing and Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman and family. 11 New Vehicles Registered Here In Past Week A total of 11 new vehicles wore registered at the county treasurer's office during the past week. Owners of the vehicles are: Chevrolet — Kemna Motor Co. Bancroft; L. E. or Joyce Nohl West Bend; and P. G. Anderson Algona. Ford — 11. G. Erickson, pickup. Armstrong; C. R. Johnson, Swea City; and M. W. Maclscn, Armstrong. Olds — E. R. Chambers, Cor with. Humbler — Mildred E. or E. R. Hanisch, Bancroft; and E. A. Hillard, Fcnton. Dodge — A. A. Schmeling, Whit- tcmore. Mercury — Taylor Mercury, Algona. Tuesday, September 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine*—5 and treasurer, Lena Ciiitkncchl. have another year (o serve. Names for now circles for l!)fi:i were drawn after which officer'; were elected for the circles. Runaway Roland May, 17, of Wadena, Minn, was picked up here by local police Friday morning. He reportedly had run away from his home after allegedly taking his father's auto, which ran out of gas a few miles from his home. He then hitchhiked to Iowa and turned up here. He was returned to Minnesota. Burt Bombers The Burt Bombers 4-II club met at Clint Patterson's Sept. 10. New officers were elected. Paul Ulses is the new president, Dale Lfl'ses vice president, Robert Madsen, secretary - treasurer, Tom Me- Cleish, photographer, and David Lynch, reporter. Clint Patterson and David Lynch gave demonstra lions and Patricia Lynch gave a discussion and Lynn Bierstedt a report. Mrs Patterson served lunch. HONORED Over 100 relatives and friends attended a reception recently in the Ossian Lutheran church in observance of Dr. N. H. Larson'b 40th year as a veterinarian for Ossian and community. JOHN WORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT CATTLE CATTLE GERALD FRANKl CALL AIGONA, CYpress 4-4814 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Ready To Sell - Call Worrell! (1 19WJ The Good Hope Methodist Church Lone Rock, Iowa Tuesday, Sept. 25 Serving Starts at 5:00 P.M. Prices: Adults $1.25 Children .50 FAMILY STYLE MENU Chicken Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Dressing Buttered Corn Cabbage Salad Tomatoes —:- Relish Plate R O || S _ : _ Coffee -:- Milk Pie -;- Apple -:- Cherry Name Staff For 19(3 Lakota School Annual Lakota — Staff members for the 1963 annual "The Eaglitc" are >eing organized and assigned. Staff members are Nancy Hanover. Judy Eichhorn, David Sloper, Pat Tjaden, Charrolcl Barrett. James Rose, Kurt Rusher, Carmen Cook, Donna Paulscn, Janice Thompson, Garry Meyer, Loui.- L,appe, Robert Sunde, Sandra Xoppen, Derald Goetz, Ronald Davids, El Dean Madetzke, Arnold Sachs, Arden Haas, Dick dish- man, Michael Campbell, John Kollasch, David Cushman and •eorge Weringa. U.P.W. Meets United Presbyterian Women mo' Wednesday afternoon for a pol luck luncheon. Devotions were given by Mrs Ray Pricbo. The dedication of the fellowship of the least cbin was given by Mrs C. A Gutknecht. Election of officers was hole with the following being elected, vice president, Barbara Bccmer. secretary, Ann Hamilton, assistant secretary, Faith Cook, nominating committee, Ada Wirljes, Esther Schrocder and fellowship sccrc tary, Lucille Ley, World service, Vera Smith. The president, Polly Gcrzemn 35.1 Enrolled 353 students iire enrolled in tin Lakoln school this year. Kindergarten pupils, with patents names in parenthesis: Lisa Eichenbcrger < Walter >: Rebecc,-' Gnrrett (Gene); Rita Gochr (Ray); Rolinda Gneke (Ronald) Ann Hanken (Bill); Bruce Hod land (Ronald); Linda Holmes (Lincly Sr.); Tamnra Rockier (Paul); Mclaine Krominga (Ray); Paul Neuman (Frank); Kathleen Radmakcr (Fred); Sharon Ruby (Robert); Mary Joan Shiltz (C J.1; Larliyn Siemens (Robert); Connie Stenzcl (Robert); Janan Thompson (Roger); Sharon Thompson (Merrill; Scott Wer- inga (Albert); Maureen Wirtjcs (Don); Cleo Wills (Mrs Trellis); Gale Zwagcrman (Earl). Mr and Mrs Steve Tjadon and family and Robert Hamilton at tended the 51st wedding annivcr sary dinner honoring Mr and Mrs Hillard Abbas at Dclavan, Minn. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Richard Ziolskc and Walter Zielskc of Bancroft at- lended services Sunday at Blue Earth. Daniel Paul, grandson of the Richard Zielskes was baptized. BJUSTROM'S AUCTION HOUSE OPEN FRIDAY ONLY r-"' ! ! DISPOSABLE !__RITER BAGS :j /or aM General Electric Vacuum Cleaners ONLY I f • M _«. > »J«*'«. j1 iijL' $K25 / vie only baa* bearing lfi!> trademark. bags BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ALGONA CY 4-3613 CYLINDER VACUUM CLEANERS AND 7 ATTACHMENTS UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE CY 4-3613 ALGONA Wlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllilllilll THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING FURNITURE CARPETING PETERSEN "FURNITURE IN FENTON Quality Furniture With Realistic Prioet COME ANP SEE FOR YOURSELF CONGREGATIONAL RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE SATURDAY, SEPT. 22 8 A.M. TO 1 P.M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BASEMENT Custom Drapery Headquarters By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure - Be Right See' Bjustrom Furniture, Algona QUALITY RECONDITIONED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK I Westinghouse Refrigerator, 12 Cu. Ft. Freezer Across the top; 3 Yrs. old. $149.95 rigidaire Double Oven, Electric $99.95 Westinghouse 40" Elec. $79.9S £-Gas Ranges $39.95 Ea. 1-Apt. E-!ec. Range $49.95 Ranges TV Sets 17" Silvertone Table Model $49.95 WESTINGHOUSE 2V Table Model, 3 years Old $99.9S 1-17" Olympic Table Model $44.93 STEREO \— 3 Speed Record Changer Ciareh $89.91 Refrigerators I— Frostair Combination Bottom Freezer $74.95 I—Frigidaire 12 cu. ft. _ $84.9J l-Coronado 12 cu. ft. _ $69.93 l-Hotpoint $89.95 l-Kelvinator 12 cu. ft. $124.95 I-FRIGIDAIRE 10 cu. ft. $89.95 I—Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. $49.95 Eaefc I-W Across top Freezer $149.95 Washers & Dryers GE Automatic washer, 2 Yrs. Old $99.95 G.E. Electric Dryer . . $69.95 CALORIC GAS DRYER, 1 Yr. Old $99.95 I— Maytag Conventional Washers $84.95 Whirlpool Automatic Washer $99.95 Hamilton Automatic, 3 yrs. Old. Guaranteed $99.91 1— Frigidaire Automatic 1 Yr. parts warrenty $99.95 I—Westinghouse Laundromat $99.91 37 Water Heaters 30 Gallon Gas $34.95 I & H Electric ,50 gallon $59.93 tm ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• WANT TO BUY 3rd Cutting Alfalfa Hay ALSO — WE HAVE CANADIAN STEERS and HEIFERS FOR SALE AT ALL TIMES, ERNIE NAUMAN Burt/ Iowa Phone 11 on 98 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS e have them, all size* V4 H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all wprl OK. MISCELLANEOUS USED TRANSISTOR RADIOS $19.95 AND UP EASY TERMS IF DESIRED BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ALCONA Phone CY 4-3613

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