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Here are »>v ^ 1962 CADILLAC Sedan de Ville 4- door with full power, air conditioning, only 8,800 actual miles. 1061 PONTIAC Tempest Station Wagon, radio, heater, Automatic Trans., new set of white sidcwall tires, a low mileage, locally owned car. 1961 PONTIAC Starchief, 4-door Hardtop, Coral and white top, radio, heater, Hydr. trans., Power brakes, power steering with only 26,000 actual miles. I960 PONTIAC Tempest 4-door, radio, heater, 3-speed transmission. I960 FORD Thunderbird, one-owner low mileage car with radio, heater power steering, power brakes, full set of Goodyear Double Eagle tires. 1960 PONTIAC Starchief, 4-door sedan, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, Hy- dramatic Trans., Air condi- lioned, wine and white top, new tires, colored glass. iriGO PONTIAC Starchief, 4-door Sedan, radio, heater power steering, power brakes, Hy- dramatic Trans. White with gray interior. 1960 BUICK 4-door, radio, heater, Auto. Trans., one owner car, 17,000 miles, blue color. 1959 OLDSMOHILE Super "88" 4- door sedan, radio, heater, power brakes, steering, local one-owner car, two-tone white and bronze finish. 1958 CHEVROLET 4-door with V-8, Power Glide, one-owner, car, "low mileage, another new car trade-in. 1958 FORD 4-door with V-8 and Fordomatic. B58 PLYMOUTH 4-door Station Wagon with V-8, straight transmission, a new car trade-in. 1957 FORD Fairlanc 500, 4-door Hardtop, radio, heater, For- domatic Trans., power steering, coral and white. 1956 OLUSMOBILE 4-door, Hydra- malic, one-owner new car trade-in. 1956 BUICK Century 4-door with radio, heater and Dynaflow. 1955 BUICK 4-door, radio, heater and Dynaflow. 1955 BUICK Century, 4-door Hardtop, radio, heater, Auto. Trans., gray with red top. 1955 CHRYSLER New Yorker, Sedan, 2 tone green and dark blue, radio, heater, Auto. Trans., new tires, power steering and power brakes. 1954 FORD V-8, radio, heater and Fordomatic. THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS 1 Algona Cpper DCS Moincs Classified Rates 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, charged 75c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.rn • PHONE CY 4-3535 4 UDM Want Ads Reach Over 5,500 Families Each Week! FOR SALE, genera FOR SALE - Purebred Duro boars. 2 miles north, 2 east, 3 / north of West Bend. — Leonar Baas. 47.43 FOR SALE — Tried Purebre Hampshire male hog out o Eagle Grove testing station. — Wayne Warmbier, LuVerne. 47-48 FOR SALE — Yearling Yorkshir boar from Carl Lieske herd Minn.; also purebred Hampshire rams. — Roy Bierle, Fenton, la. Phone 925-3850 Lone Rock, IV mi. N, 2V 2 E Fenton. 47 FOR SALE — Used R. C. Allen 5 col. hand operated adder with subslractor. Good Buy, $75.00. — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. 47tfn FOR SALE - MEAT - TYPE Hampshire Fall yearling and Spring boars. — Joseph A. Skow Wesley, Iowa. 34-51* FOR SALE - HAMP. BOARS, vacc. and tested. 8 So., Vi VV. Hobarton. Ralph Reding, Ottosen. 45-46-47 FOR SALE - BLACK POLAND China boars with lots of length and size. Meat type, accredited herd. John Bockes, LuVerne. 45-51 FOR SALE — Heavyweight tarps at Lightweight Prices. See Diamonds. TFN FOR SALE - Big long, rugged, Purebred Spotted Poland China Boars. — Clarence Hock, Manson, Iowa. '(37-47) FOR SALE — SPINET PIANO, used, like new, can be seen near here. Cash or terms. Write Credit Mgr. 2108—26th, Des Moines, Iowa. (47*) A NUMBER OF OLDER MODEL CARS TO CHOOSE FROM! DIRECT BROADCASTS OVER KLGA FROM 7:15 to 7:20 A. M EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING I MORE NEW AND USED CARS COMING IN DAILY I Schultz Bros. Garage TRANSPORJATIPN HEADQUARTERS Bujck - Lark - Pontiac - Cadillac |puth Phillips St. - Algona FOR SALE — 1959 Nash Metropolitan sports car. Guaranteed like new. — Shirley Tictz, Lone Hock, phone 'J25-4186. 47-48* l!)(il PLYMOUTH 4-door with V-8 engine, Automatic transmission, radio, white sidewall tires, two-tone bronze and tan finish. 1959 DcSdlii 4-door, a fine white finish with V-8 engine, radio. I95S FOHD Station Wagon, one of the season's best, 4-door, 6- passenger with V-H engine, Fordomatic, radio. White finish — a well-cared-for cur. 11I5.S DOIMiK Royal 4-door with V-H engine, black finish, radio, Automatic transmission, brand new tires. Excellent in every way. 1957 FORD Station Wagon, 4-door red and while with V-8 engine, Fordomatic, rqdio, a very clean and locally-owned wagon. 1951 PONTIAC 2-door, radio and straight slick. l!to» DODGE, 4-door, V-8. This is one uf (he sharpest 1954 Dodges we h,ave ever had. Be sure to see this one. Percival Motors FOR SALE — One 1959, %-ton Chevrolet pickup; blue color; tires like new, mud and snow on rear. This pickup is very clean, recently overhauled — very sharp! $1,175.00 — Dodgen Industries, Humboldt, Iowa. (47 FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Poland China boars. — 0. T Cherland, l'/ 2 miles north and 1% miles east of Lone Rock, la (44-47) FOR SALE — 40 head of big meat type Poland China boars; half brothers to champion barrows al major shows. — Maurice Erpelding, 4 N., 2 W., '/ 4 N. of Wesley 44-47' FOR SALE — II A M P S H I R E boars. Tested & Vac. for chol era and erysipelas. Large meal- type. Lyle Fraser, Burt, Iowa. 46-49* FOR SALE—PUREBRED DUROC boars. 2 miles north, 2 east, % north of West Bend. Leonard Baas. 46* HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs. Lampright will conduct a household goods sale at the Harlan Sigsbee home, Friday, November ,'toth, starting at 10 a.m. The following articles will be for sale: Norge refrigerator with across the top freezer, gas stove, drop leaf Duncan Phyfe table, odd dining room chairs, 21 in. television, 12x12 rug and pad, davenport, upholstered chairs, antique walnut commode and mirror, floor and table lamps, General Electric ;ank style sweeper, Apex tank style cleaner, desk and chest com- jination, Ironrite mangle, china cabinet, record cabinet, bunk beds complete, single bed, complete chest drawers, older model auto matic washer, sink and cabinet small tables, books, dishes, lawn mower, 2 girls bicycles, miscellan ious items. 47 s Real Estate Farm Equipment FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 1—IHC 2MH picker, picked onl; 160 acres. Like new, and bargaii of the ycarl 1—Humboldt stalk cutter .... $9 1—2 ME picker, very good $85 2—J. D. Tractor Spreaders 1—Case tractor spreader, 95 bu. 1—New Wetmore No. 250 knife type hammermill, with wagon box hopper. PRICED TO SELL 1—New Idea No. 17 spreader $40 1—Used Anthony trailer, very good buy. 1—1937 J.D. "A" tractor .... $12 1-1937 J.D. "B" tractor .... $iw 1-1946 J.D. "B" tractor, with starter $39, 1—Slightly used 130 bu. flail-lyp tractor spreader. Priced t( SELL! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton 46 HOUSE FOR SALE — 3 BED- room, insulated, gas heat, mod crn, 603 E. Oak. Write Arnie Elbert, Box 337, Fonda, Iowa, or phone 6986. 46tfn 'OR SALE — Modern 2 bedroom home, fine location. CY 4-4252. (47) Wanted IAN WANTED . -- WE ARE ready to market our Farm Products thru Tank Wagon Oil Distributors in lhat area and need a man to stock and supply merchandise to these oil men. 30 to 55 years old, some sales experience. Mechanic or farm background helpful. Write WYNN'S FRICTION PROOFING, Box 1331, Mason City, Iowa. 45-47 HELP WANTED ourly earnings $2.50 and up pos- ble from slarl for man or woman n service route in cily of Algona. elect own hours. No investment, o experience required. Wrile Vatkins Products Inc. D-67 Winna, Minn. (44-46*) WANTED — Male or female passenger to Florida. 4lit No. Jones St., Jones Court, Algona. (47" ) WANTED — Waitress. Algona Hotel. 47 CY 4-2471 Algona Immediate opening: Will train ambitious man under 45 lo lake over a going business. Musi furnish references and work record. Far above local salaries lo start. See Fred Knudlson, Algona Hotel, Thursday, November 29lh, 5 to fl p.m. 1 (47) USED MACHINERY 1945 J. D. "G", Hyd., Hi Comp. Str. & Lts. MH 101 Jr. on good rbr. 1951 J. D. "A", Wd. Frl., Powi Trol. 1951 MH 44 Diesel, Complete overhaul 1955 IHC 400 Diesel, good 1946 J. D. "B", Hyd., Str., Lts. 1948 IHC "C", Super sleeves & pistons. Gehl No. 41 Mill, PTO, Auger Fdr.—unloading Auger Ward 14" Mill, PTO, Trav. Fd. Table 220 x Letz Mill, PTO, Auger Fdr. Humboldt Loader, "H" or "M" Horn Hyd. Loader, Hi Press. Cyls. F-20. Heat Houser WD & WD 45 Heat Houser J. D. "G" Lundcll Stalk Cutter J. D. Mtd. Stalk Cutter JOE BRADLEY ALGONA, IA. CY -1-2421 Card Of Thanks Bancroft Girl Weds Tuesday, November 27, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 Pictured above is the former Shnron Ann Smith, d;iugliU>r of Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Smith of Bancroft, who became Mrs. Richard E. Brown in a wedding ceremony (reported earlier in this paper) on Nov. 3, at St. Augustine's Church, Austin, Minn. The bridegroom is a .son of Mr. and Mrs. Erving Brown of Rose Creek. The young couple took a honeymoon trip to the Ozarks and in midwestern stales and is now at home on a farm north of Rose Creek. (UDM Engraving) Linda Briggs Talent Winner Friday Night CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends i and neighbors for their help and sympathy following the deatli of our , beloved son, brother and sweetheart. — The Herman Drecs- man family and Miss Gail Elsbecker. 47 For Rent FOR KENT — 2 bedroom, modern home, adults preferred, CY 4-4252. (47) FOR RENT - Retail store, 100". block Emmetsburg. Iowa — Helgen & Helgen, Emmetsburg. (47-48) FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, laundry privileges, heat furnished, close-in, private entrance. Available soon. See Bjus,trom Furniture. 47tfn. RpOMJ FOR RENT - Permanent residency at Hotel Algona. Weekly or monthly rates with or without board. Maid service — Color TV - Coffee Shop. 47-48 The State University of Iowa js supported primarily by state funds and is operated under the authority qf the gtjite §0^4 of Mr and Mrs Diek Post hud us weekend guests Mr and Mrs Robert Fleet, St. Louis, Mo., and Mr and Mrs Maurice White, Des Moines. Mrs Nellie Haag left lust Mini- day viu plane from Mason Cily to St. Petersburg, Fla. and will spend Ihe winter with Mr and Mr.s ">ene Thisscn. Mrs Lpomircl Maine;,' is visiting a few weeks at Home wood, III., ivith Mr and Mrs Kemper Huber She went before Thanksgiving day. Mr uiul Mrs Jnmos Merrymun and sons and Mrs Irene Spurgeon, aunt of Mr Merryman, .speni Thanksgiving al Fosloria with Mrs Merryman's parents, Mr and Mr* W. W. Terry. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs William Garner. Among other guests were Mr and Mrs K. W Dean of Columbus, Wis. and Miami Mrs Wayne Ford of Iowa Falls. Mrs Nancy Morrall has returned from a few weeks' trip to Tor- rencc, Calif, where she visited Mr and Mrs Harold Le Vier. She was accompanied by her .sister, Mrs H. A. Wagner, Rulhven. They returned via Minneapolis and were there for Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Richard Wagner. Mr uii(t Mrs JJarry Harlon. Ronald and Ja.nice Intermill, Ti- lonka, werp dinner guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Waller Wood at Dakota Cily. Mrs Wood is a daughler of the Bartons. Mrs Barton was recently dismissed from St. Ana hospital following treatment for a back ailment. Linda Hrigfjs Linda Briggs, 10, Algona, with a calyp.so baton rciitine, won firs! prize in Hie weekly talent show ;ii the Algona theater Friday night Karen Baker, 10, Algona, who presented a clarinet solo, was second, and Louise Black, 5, Algona, was third wiili her rendition of the hula, i Lung's Studio Photo - I'DM Engraving) Fractures Thumb The Bureau of Labor and Management will present eigJU tP ten yearly management development institutes on The State University 6f lom fawplis. Ms year. Swea & Kucli- — Mark O'flreen, !) year-old son of the Richard O'Green fell at home last uri'k. jamming his thumb hack with such force that it caused a dis location. Mrs Mancil Hurlburt took him to a doctor who found a slight fracture, which required the wearing of a splint for a few days Mark missed one day of .school, lie is a Ihird grader. <, FARM KU.K CALENDAR Ali^ona Upper DCS Moines Nov. 2!i, Thursday — ILinyinc Rcrg & Roger Goel'z sale, 7 miles cast and one mile nor'.ii of Ledyard, .starling at 9 a.m. To sell 104 head livestock, power machinery, other equipment. Sale details in UDM todety. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Slate Bank of Ledyartl clerk. Pec. 1, Saturday — Kenneth J. Vaske sale, 1 u miles south of Bancroft on blacktop, then 1 mile cast Machinery and other equipment. Sale details later. Quiun &'ciark. auctioneers; Fanners & Traders Hank, Bancroft, clerk. Dec. i, Salurday — C. M. Gro.s- Estate & Glenn ('rouse, to settle partnership, on the farm iu south and '. mile west of Lone Rock. Dairy ealtie, machinery, e t e. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Burl Savings Bank, clerk. Details in UDM today. Dec. I, IiiesiUy _ otis Sabin Estate sale. :i miles north of Frost, Minn, on blacktop, then 1 mile we.st. Machinery, tools, miscellaneous. See details in t'.DM today. W.'.uic \\agncr & Herman W'edcl, auctioiiet rs; Blue Earth, Minn. State Bank, clerk. Dec. I. Tuesday — Raymond De puc sale, -1 miles west of Whittc- more corner on Hy. n:, I 1; miles north. Machinery, ini-,ecllaneou.*,, houschulil guod.v licrklaml anil Leek, auctioneers; ('.slimier Stale Bank, clerk. Sale details in t'DM loda.N. Dec. (i. Thursday — Raunnml FOR RENT Healed Choice Business Building I Downtown Algona, Iowa. City ' 'arking Lot in Rear. Write Roy j O. Bjustrom, Algona, Iowa or call CY 4-3690. (47tfn.) JlIslliyr^Fl.EX-0-Gl.ASS UGLASS-O-NET YR-0-GlASS SCREEN-GLASS ||)Fl.EX-0-PANE •*«•»•** IMNDEB OH tHI IDOE MMNS SAIIStACTION GUAtAHTllD Phone CY 4-4432 u»cAU» ED WOLF, Owner ALGONA Lovstad sale. 2 miles north and '-. west of Hurt. Farm mnehinrry. Quinn & Fraser, auctioneers; Hurl Savings Rank, clerk Details ncxl week. Dec. (), 'lliursiliiy — Gene Monson sale. 11 miles east Mine Karlh, on Hy. Hi, I'- north, '.i ea.st. Machinery and miscellaneous sale. Wnpner & More, auctioneers; State Rank of Bricelyn, Minn . clerk. Details next wc'ek. Dee. 7. I'riday — Clifford Me Mil lin sale, pins some consigned items which will be li.sted. In eludes -17 head livestock, machinery, miscellaneous items, lien- M'n & t'i,irk, auciionccr.s; Kmincl County ,S,aic U.ink, Rmg.sied, clerk. Sale details in full next i.s- sue. Young Swea City Couple Honored A young farm c-nijile fr,i:u S.vc,. Cily wa.i one of M\ m ,,»!:> i.. Iowa named to .MC : . nn liurcau advisory progra,;, i,,,., >,e> k. Ti.r couples Will olfc'i ..i!j;i;i'sli,>!i.i ;md gnuiaiice in the stale program. The- area couple so honored were Mr and Mrs Uiil Tokheim of Swea City, who have In en [jroinincnl in youth work in the area. BJUSTROM'S AUCTION HOUSE OPEN FRIDAY ONLY STORE FRONT FOR RENT Rent this choice location on a percentage basis. See R. O. Bjustrom. ALGONA HOMES FOR SALE i.ist riiuiifips r:\-pry \\>ek Fine Home 7J1 N. Woodworlh $14,000 We. 1 kept, :i bedroom family home, Illid E. McGregor . . . . $12,500 .\Var-ncw :i bedroom l(>20 E. Oak $11,750 .1 bedroom, 1 slory, breezeway, alt,,ched garage, "(II!) E. Chubb, vacant . . .. Sll.iiOO MCC I slory, fill W. Nebraska $11,500 •i bedroom, jll.'i \. VVooster, vacant $ 11,500 J bedroom, 151(1 Commercial, neat, economy $ V.JJOQ Lovely Brick, :i bedroom Sa\e - Hal-gain' N'umber of residence lots, one close in L'li'4 fl deep, one 75 ft. front on S. Moore, $2,000. Seo JOEL M. HERBST or TED S. HERBST (over Penneys) 41 THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING IN FENTON Quality Furniture With Realistic Prices COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF NOUNCEMENT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 Opening of WESLEY LIVESTOCK MARKET Sale begins at 1 o'clock We are expecting a nice consignment of livestock for our first sale and sales to come. If you have livestock you wish to have us look at for consignment, please call RICH REILING or CLETE WEST, PHONE 2941, WESLEY, or DALE YUNGEBERG, PHONE CY 4-3393 ALGONA. Trucks Available "CONSIGN THROUGH AND COME TO THE WESLEY LIVESTOCK MARKET" Free Coffee and Doughnuts Saturday, Dec. 1 RICH AND MARY REILING Owneis cmfl Operators WHEN READY TO SELL YOUR CHOICE STEERS and FAT HEIFERS CALL OR WRITE THE SPEIMCER PUCHIftJIs CO. Spencer, Iowa - Aica Code 712 - Phone 262-4254 Sell In Vcur Lot and Know What You Are Getting (EOW)

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