(la.) Upptf DM Mofnw Thursdoy, July ti, Furst Resigns From Council Councilman Gene Furst, who Was elected from the second ware during Algona's 1955 election tendered his resignation at the regular meeting of the council Wednesday nipht, July 10. The resignation was read and accept rd. Furst's resignation, which will become effective July 22, is due to the fact he will be a resident of third ward instead of the ward he was elected to represeni originally. The remaining five members of the council will name a successor to Furst by ballot within a couple of weeks. A resident of the second ward will be selected. A hearing, set so the council can hear complaints of persons living in the east portion of Algona concerning storm sewers, was Set for 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 31. Walter Peterson purchased the old house and garage located on recently purchased city land across from the library for $50. The buildings were advertised for sale and no bids received. Peterson is to demolish the buildings and haul the material away. North Central Public Service Co. gave the fire department a used 1949 model panel truck for use in emergency and rescue operations. The truck will be outfitted and will serve as a first bid station on wheels when needed. A temporary storm sewer installation, between McGregor and State streets east of Durant street, was okayed by resolution. The project, which has been completed, will be paid for in part by property owners, who purchased the material. The city paid the cost of labor. The city and Faber Construc- tion'signed a contract for grading and laying out some streets in the East Side school area and a resolution, which will allow the state highway department to widen highway 18, was passed. Several building permits, mostly for new sidewalks, were granted. They went 'to Hugh Raney, A. J. Klooster, Al Agena, Dick Meyer, Harriett B. Heitei, Mrs Swan Lundh, Norris Rousseau, Alfred Schultz, H. W. Miller, Lydia Wetzel, Frank Duerr and Skelly OU Co. Bicycle violations, which have become prevalent since schools were dismissed in May, were discussed. There will be a concentrated effort by local peace officers against offenders, especially those riding on sidewalks, riding double, going through stop signs, etc., in the business district, where most recent complaints have originated. Complaints against youngsters disturbing the peace late at night in town may result in the city's curfew ordinance being used. Ex-Resident of Ledyard Dies Bancroft — Relatives friends here received word of the death of Mrs Frank Perkins who passed away Saturday noon at Mercy Hospital, Mason City. Mrs Perkins was Agnes Hil- and ferty of Ledyard before her marriage. She had lived at Brainerd. Minn, until she learned a few months ago she was suffering from cancer. She wanted to be near her daughter at Mason City. Relatives from here attending the funeral were Mr and Mrs Ed Seeny, Mr and Mrs Frank Ditsworth and the Alfred Ditsworth family. Theodore Roosevelt gave the bride away when Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt were married. t—-McCormSck-Beeting fhre* bar Rake MISCELLANEOUS 1— Rachel Unloader for false endgate 2—-Complete false endgate lot 6x12 Box 1—A-C PTO Forage Box Un- loader to fit A-C Blower Several good eight gallon Cream Cans MNDE IMPLEMENT GO. SWEA CITY, IOWA PHONE BRowti 2-4601 29 Card of Thanks WANT ADS FOR RENT — CLOSE IN — 2 cool sleeping rooms. iPhone Cypress 4-4105 28-29* FOR RENT—NEW 2-BEDROOM home, garage adjoining, near East Side school; possession Sept. 1. Call CY 4-2589 after 6 p.m. 29 FOR RENT — NICELY FUR- nished 3 room apt., private bath, close in, all utilities furnished. Frank Vera, CY 4-3495 29* Farm Equipment HARVEST SPECIALS Massey Harris self propelled combine. Just in $1250 6-4 Minneapolis Molina with starter • $1275 A-6 Case extra good $795 Pick up attachment for A-B Case __., $25 Set of A-6 Case canvas __ $27.50 Ennes Pickup, like new --- $25 ZB Minneapolis Moline Hy- drolic live power wheel weight fluid in lire. New Guarantee $1575 WC Allis Chalmers with two row cultivator $495 2 Forage box with false end gate and power unloader $475 complete Gehl blower complete with pipes $265 E aMinneapolis Moline corn sheller complete with drop and power lake off drive $1125 Plus many other used items See us today. BUSCHER BROS. IMP. Algona Phone CY 4-3451 (29) CARD OF THANKS We ;ire sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors for their many kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. Mr and Mrs Ronald Hansen and family. 29* CARD OF THANKS May I take this method of thanking everyone for cards, gifts and visits during my stay at St. Ann hospital and Park hospital, Mason City. Nick V. Wagner 29* Services M «t M r«d Produce* Mot» ftsd ttttl All M & M Ptodueti eonialft "ih« mot* meal fadort" 4tf ATTENTION! FARMERS Grflettinger Block & Tile Co., Graettinger. low.a is again offering the best Silo on the market for the money. These Silos are sturdy and built to last for many years. You will especially like the Heavy-Duty plaster finish. Contact the GHAETT1NGER BLOCK & TILE CO. ngef, Iowa Phone 222 17-32 We may be too late to be officially ridiculus but priced laughably lowl USED MACHINERY LIST •COMBINES 1—1947 AllU-Chalmers Model 60 1—1949 McCormick-Deerlng Model No. 62 1—1947 Case Combine with motor 1—Case 12 ft. Windrower — like • new -• TRACTORS 1—1943 Massey-Harris 101 Jr. 1—1951 Model 30 Massey-Harris 1—1950 WD Allis-Chalmers HAY TOOLS 1—Demonstrator New Idea Baler (Big Discount) 1—New Idea Pull type 7 ft. Mower 1—Coop. 7 ft. Semi-Mounted Mower 1—New (shop worn) Kosch side Mounted 7 ft. Mower to fit H & M Farmall 1—New Idea Three bar Rake fi-i.noo BTN Space Heater ' 1 -Cast Iron Boiler 1 —Century Burner (Oil) 3—Used Bath Tubs — 2 - 5 ft 1 - 4 1 * ft. 1- -Stool — Wash Down 1—2 Lavatories — 1 Corner » 1 Plain. * » * Algona Plbg. & Htg, PHONE Cy. 4-4240 29 BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarter* For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phone CY 4-3690 CY 4-4609 or CY 4-2019 for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms Store — CY 4-3837 J. D. Burns — CY 4-2019 Frank Moulton — CY 4-4609 Jackie Kelley — CY 4-3786 R. O. Bjustrotn — CY 4-3690 HERE'S WHY DAU'S USED CARS RUN LONGER! Each used car on our lot has been carefully checked by our skilled mechanics and repaired where necessary to put the car in top condition at each these important check points: attery Check Undersea! ENGINE SEE THESE CARS TODAY AT DAU'S 1954 Oldsmobile 88 4- door, Hydramatic, heater, tires extra good. Looks and runs like new.' 1953 Chevrolet Deluxe, 4- door, radio, heater, extra good tires. In tip top condition throughout. 1951 Buick Super 4-door, Dynaflow, radio, heater. This one owner car has had the best of care. You'll like it. , 39 Years of Automotive Experience DAU'S OLDSMOBILE GARAGE Now Underway Gigantic Hub Shoe Clearance! 100 Pair of Men's Dress Oxfords 1/2 PRICE Famous Freeman and Weyenbergs Shoes Formerly Priced From $ 9.95 to 14.95 Give Her CALORIC -v Built In Cooking Units Here's What Miss Patricia Van Allen Says: WHY NOT SEE YOURSELF HERE? MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE USING CALORIC GAS BUILT-INS - AND HERE'S WHY! * There Is no worry about broiling with oven door open. *You have the added convenience of eye-level visibility of controls which can be either manual or automatic. *There is automatic oven control. *Automatic lighting of all burners - no matches, * Door panels of bright or satin metal finish - or porcelain enamel in white, black, three pastel colors. * Signal light to indicate when oven reaches a desired temperature. * Non-jarring, balanced action oven door. * Heavy, thick Fiberglass insulation. Whether You're Remodeling, Building New or Trading Ranges There Is a Caloric Gas Built-in For Your Kitchen Prices Are No Higher Than A Regular Gas Range! 1ST US SHOW YOU HOW IASY IT IS TO BUY CALORIC CAS COOKING UNITS! *|ff n»tur*l to fere built-in* in • r*w kitchen. They're just plain handsome," commented PftJricift Vtn Alton, daughter of Mr end Mrs Harold Van Allen, when wked bow she likes Ibf Caloric BuW-iw to tn»ir a*w horn*. Patricia alto Jhink* the satin finish is especially ai- iitfiilft to • nwd»m kiicfcw, gotof with •» mm of iht new appliance and helptif »»w on Bwk*i. 8h» tdJtdDu* •*» kiewi few meJher likes fet |m wokin* and freedom from Wife th» CaJerfe until, "And I'll tot i'v« found on* Uwwodow ntw feature not many te#w item,* PtlrteU wwtud.4. *%•* nils* ifm &* mw own ii jwl rigbl l« nuking tot* riw, Wfef, took, «rta tut Mv ,u PFf Thermogas Co. of Algona Phone CY 4*2841 * Algono So. Phillip; St.
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