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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1957
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THE SURE '"WAY T6 THE FASTEST RESULTS ! Algona Upper DCS Moiftw Classified Rates 3c Per Word, CaSh in Advance 5c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Wednesday, 9 a.m. * * * UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week ! 9 PHONE CY 4-3535 • Services KEYS MADE at CoasMo-Coast Algona F-R.£ -E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires . See Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. CHAS. R. MILLEri Rusco Windows, Doors. Awnings Res. Ph. CY 4-3520 After 6 Display at 116 S. Dodge St. ^ Itfn WEAVE-BAG Repair Burns, Moih Holes Tears in Clothing ' ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 15 E. College St. Phone CY 4-4408 Algona BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME • FURNISHINGS* t~ 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 Kellcy — CY 4-3786 R. O. Bjustrom — CY 4-3690 TELEVISION and RADIO SERVICE When you buy a television set or a radio, you wnnt to know lhat there is .prompt, expert service to back up the sale. That's what you'll get when you t>uy from GENE'S RADIO & TELEVISION (7 Years Experience) Phone CY 4-4468 Algona Across from Norton's Lumber REFRIGERATION Repair & Service All Types and Makes of Refrigerators or Freezers COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC Day or Night Service By Expert Repairman with 25 years of experience PROMPT SERVICE Phone Day: CY 4-3613 Phone Night: CY 4-4416 or CY 4-2683 BEKHER LANE APPLIANCES Wesiinghouse & Frigidaire ALGONA N-O-T-I-C-E We make Name Tapes, Covered Buttons, Buckles. -Colts, and Buttonholes in our store. — NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. Algona. tf For Sale ZENITH GIENCRAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classic XQSSUTH RADIO •••i Milton Dahl •,i \ •E.-Slate Phone CY 4-4.65.!. I Specials ALfiONA IMPLEMENT CORNPICKERS 1—No. 4 Oliver 2-row mounted Picker, A-l, clean and always shedded. 1—1948 IH 2M Picker, complete with F-20 mountings, guaranteed. TRUCKS 1—1949 FS Ford 6 with rebuilt engine fe LWB $495.00 TRACTORS 1944 Farmall H with New S and P Power Pack — good rubber end very clean. 1—19SO Ford 8 N tractor with tnounled Superior, Jr. Farm Hand Loader. 1—1948 MH 44-6 overhauled and with 4-row cult. 1—1941 M—A-l, with power pack MOWERS 1—No. 16 I.H. 7 ft. mounted for M or M tractor. A-l shape $75.00 1—Near-new 7 ft. New Idea semi- mounted mower with rubber caster wheel $250.00 1—Mounted 7 ft. mower for F-14 or H FarmalL MISCELLANEOUS 1—HM 438 Cultivator 1— 1955 Ford C750 tractor with vacumn (will connect to straight track 1—IH K5 LWB truck with OH on Engine & Al 16 ft. comb, box. 1—1954 Ford Customline 2 door, . very clean 1—Superior Farm Hand Loader for 8N Ford 1—farmers friend mechanical 'push up Wagon Hoist $65 1—Case 216 plow on rubber. 1—JD 212 plow 1—JD 212 plow 1—1952 IH No. 82 Combine with motor and pickup attach. Always sh&dded 1—Used JD Hammer Mill 1—1955 Long 60 (Dearborn) Baler with motor — special 2—Used Mounted Sprayers • bargains 1—2 wheel tilting flat bed trailer 1—Hammer Mill Belt 1—3F Power Washing Cream ^Separator (near new) — $150 y&Wf&l Wfit 5 Tie ^BaTe'r (A-l)-$250 1—J. D. cylinder shelter, complete $ 50 2—IH single unit milker pails complete with pump and pipe line. 1—Overhead wagon hoist 1—Speed jack 1—12 fl. Sea King Aluminum Boat with oars and anchor. BALER TWINE 'Yellow Devil', made in Denmark $8.10 * » * ALGONA IMPLEMENT 1417 Commercial St. Phone CY 4-3501 FOR SALE — PURE-BRED Hampshire boars. Ready for service.. Blue ribbon winners F. F.A. State fair. New blood line for old customers. Wiskus Bros., Bancroft. Ph. 5000. 30-39* Household Goods Sale Mrs Lampright will conduct a household poods sale at the Russell Kelley home at 1415 E. Call, Saturday, Sept. 14 starting at 10 a.m. The following articles will be for sale: 21-in Lime oak Television complete with antenna and rotar, 2-occasional chairs, Studio couch, 9x12 wool rug find pad, lamps. 4-TV tables, telephone table. Eureka electric sweeper with attachments, 11 cu ft Westinghouse refrigerator with freezing compartment, natural gas range, Frigidiare automatic washer, chrome dinete set, Hollywood bed complete with box spring and inncrspring mattress, 48 in roll-away bed with headboard and innerspring mattress, 2 small chest drawers, Vanity, G. E. record player radio combination, mirrors, pictures, dishes, near new window fan, boys bicycle, some clothing, many other articlos. 37* FOR SALE — GLADIOLUS blooms, large patch. 7 mi. W. 3 N. and M> W. of Algona. 3 N. 2M> E. of Whittemore. Phone Lone Rock 4004. Frank Meinc. 35tf FOR SALE — TWO BEDROOM bungalow .in nice neighborhood, garage and nice lot. Call CY 4-3501 before 5 p.m. or CY 4-2183 after 6. 34tf* FOR SALE — WEALTHY apples. Louie Berninghaus, SVfe miles south Lone Rock, phone 3816. 35-37 AIRLINES NEED Station Agents. See our ad in classification miscellaneous. National School of Aeronautics. 36-37-38 FOR SALE — 80 ACRES WITH good set of buildings and good drainage, located near Bode, la. Leo J. Thilges, phone 2543, Bode. 36-37* FOR SALE — GREEN GABLE 1000 bushel corn crib, Lawrence Jnhannescn, 4 miles north Lone Rock. 37* FOR SALE—1951 FORD HALF- ton pick up. New paint. A good one. Kent Motor Co. 37* FOR SALE—19SO PLYMOUTH Deluxe Tudor. Low mileage. Call CY 4-4745. John P. Simon, Admin. 37* SALE—TV ; . 'bar, rotar, cohlrol box steel pole. Cheap, and a good buy. Howard Schulte, Fenton. Ql- 3i FOR SALK—UY UV/NKH, 1!,() A, IjO acres tillable best of soil, well drained, remodeled house, now crib — 0000 bu. capacity, new quonsel machine shod, other buildings good. $300 per A. Sig Loge, Fenton, Iowa. Phone 254. 37* FOR SALE—TWO 1,000 STEEL bins; Fairbanks Morse table saw, 16 inch blade, with 3 h.p. electric motor. Herman Studer, Wesley, phone 3148 37* FOR SALE — DRIFTWOOD, Ming trees, dried foliages, Ken- tlra plastic- foliage and unusual gifts. DECORATORS WORKSHOP at North Lawn Cemetery, just North of Treloar's Inn on Highway 169, Air conditioned show room. 35tf. FOR SALE -7 ROOM FAMILY house, fi02 Diagonal St. Automatic oil heat. Natural gas. Aulumatic storm and screen comb, windows. Elec. water heater. 2 rooms carpeted and Venetian blinds. Call CY 4-4745, John P. Simon, Admin. 37* FOR SALE — 200 "GHOSTLY" white leijliorn vuarlmg hatching flock h'uns, hsrve been tested by State — wing and leg banded. $1.25 each. Win. Wiskus, Bancroft. Ph. 5906. 36-37* FOR SALE -- Piano.- and organs Bi.'.* savings during September. Liberal Trade-in. Allen I'iano Khup, North End 10 St., Ft Dodge, la. __ 37-3J' Reconditioned Upright Model TYPEWRITERS Remin-M.on Upright 20.00 L. C. Smith Super-Speed -..75.00 New Typewriters, Smith Pacemakers and It. C. Allen Visoma- \\i's, Portables by Smith, Royal. Underwood & Remington Upper Des Koines Pub, Co Office Supply Dspt. Get Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP FOR SALE—GOOD USED DE- Laval dairy barn water heater, good shape. $39.50. Stoeber Hardware, Fenton. 37* FO7\ SALE — BOSTON TOY Terriers, AKC registered. Phone CY 4-4289. Deb Hall. <• 37 FOR SALE— 400 WHITE "LETT horn year old hens. Werner Smidt, Titonka, Iowa. 37 FOR SALE—NEARLY NEW 22" furnace, grates and stoker, phone CY 4-4210, Algona. 37* FOR SALE— To Settle Estate, Martha B. Geilenfeld properly located at 612 W. State St., Algona, Iowa consisting of 6 room modern house with garage and 1 lots. See W. H. Raney, Admr., Algona, Iowa. 37-30 FOR SALE—PUREBRED LAND- race boars and gilts. Earl Crouch, Fonton. Phone 202. 37* FOR SALE—PUREBRED YORK- shire boars. Paul Arend, Bun M- east and 14 north. 37* FOR SALE— Purebred Hampshire boars. Lawrence Hansen, IVi W. & IVi N. of Wesley. 37-40* FOR SALE — 225 YEAR OLD hens, 901 Welps Hatchery flock, laying good, phone 1005. Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock. 37* HEAVYWEIGHT TARPB at LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES If wo can't get it, it just ain't manufactured D I A M O N D' S tf FOR SALE— 5?; FORD 500, 2 Door ThundferbJria Fordomatic. Phone CY 4-3580 after 5:36. 37* MACHINERY LIST COMBINES 1—1954 Model 66 Combine — Excellent condition 1—1952 Model 60 AlHs-Chalmett Combine 1—1946 Model 12A John Deere with motor 1—194? Case Combine with motet 1—1949 Model No. 62 McCormick- Deering Combine PLOWS 1 — 3.14 McCormick-Deering with Slat bottoms 1—3-14 Aiiis-Chalmers with slat be Items — Demonstrator 1—3-16 Allis-Chalmers with slat bottoms — Demonstrator 1—2-14 John Deere with slat bottoms 1—2-16 Case 1 — 2-16 John Deera 1—2-16 Massey-Harris 1—2-12 Case CORN PICKERS 1—1953 New Idea two-row with rear elevator 1— New Idea two -row with side elevator 1— M-M two-row with side elevator 1 — Oliver two-row with side elevator 1— Case two-row LINDE IMPLEMENT SWEA CITY. IOWA PHONE BRown 2-4601 37 FOR SALE—LAYING PULLETS. Leghorns & Ames In Cross Hybrids. Hamilton Hatchery, Wesley, Iowa. 37 Wanted WANTED — GIRL 16 OR OVER for part-time concession work at the Algona theatre. 36tf. AIRLINES NEED Hostesses and Reservationists. See our ad in classification mis cellancous. National School of Aeronautics. 36-37-38 WANTED—USED STOKER IN good condition. Write Box 38, LuVerne, Iowa. 37 WANTED—USED REAR TRAC- tor tire, size 13x40. Ph. CY 4-4754. Harold Martinek, Wesley.^ 37 WANTED—' Responsible party with good credit to make payments of $18,00 per mo. on a near new spinet piano. For information write Credit Manager, Smyth Piano Co. 565 Euclid, Des Moines, Ijpwa. , . * . 37 WANTED — RURAL ROUTE salesman, 25 to 35 years old, married. 'Must have good references, -Good working conditions. Steady employment. Call in person. Darrell-Dillon Company, Hampton, Iowa. 37 D—20 OPEN GILTS, 7 to # mo. old. Meat-type cross- breds preferred. Pat Bradley, phone- 2 on 97, Burl, la. 37* For Rent WANTED—MARRIED MAN FOR year around farm work. 5 room modern house, except heat. Ph. 2945. T. M. Aure, Bode. 37* HELP WANTED—FEMALE — School days mean extra expense! Let Avon help turn your spare hours into profitable ones. Opening in LuVerne and 'Wesley, also Cre.sco, Riverdale, and Wesley Townships. Write Box 665, Fort Dodge, 37 WAsNTED—• SALESLADY FOR yard goods department. Some experience and knowledge of sewing and fabrics, to handle yard goods dept. Age 25 to 50. Ideal working conditions in air- conditioned store. Hospitalization and insurance. Paid vacation Apply in person. Graham's Dept. Store, Algona, 37 WANTED — GIRLS TO DO general store work and train as checkers. Hood's Super Valu. Algona. 37 WANTED—TO DO TYPING IN my home. Mrs Robert Carlson, Algona. Ph. CY 4-4227. 37* WANTED—Hugs, eggs, chickens. Will trade near new Automatic Zig-zag sewing machine.' I will come out. Write: Sam Rice, 4711 University, Des Moines, Iowa :*!•• 37-38* w. lh» rriendly Store CO^ONADO Oil Circulating Heaters LIST PRICf . , , , 194.95 Ypur Dl»c9vn» . , , 50.00 you PAY ONLY 8.50 Pawn, 79,490 BTU Model Deflect* warm air downward over th» floor to provide rnoxlmym heating Comfort and fve! taving economy. 67^-8695 §hpg. w|. 1451|?». 84.95* *Plu$ fr«ighJ f fe n* factor)' near Wi»c. FOR RENT — HOLTCAMP 4 room house. North Minn. Street in Alpnna. Available Oct. 1st. Phonr Ddla Welter CY 4-2891. 37 FOR RENT — MODERN TWO Room Apt. Private entrance, stove furnished. 402 S. Moore. 37* NOTICE — NOT RESPONSIBLE for any debts contracted by anyone but myself. Herb Schauer, Algona. ' 36-37* VACANCY NOW FOR or woman. Rate $95vOO per month. Call 2-5365 in Emmetsburg or write Emmetsburg Nursing Home, 1501 S. Broadway, Emmotsburg, Iowa. 37-38* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS The kindness and sympathy ol relatives, friends and neighbors will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those Comforting acts. A special thanks to all who brought food and gave their services so willingly. The Winkie Families and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schenck. 37* CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to relatives and friends for their many kind acts of sympathy, the 'floral and memorial offerings and gifts of food, during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to the blood donors and to the people who provided the music. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. Firman J. Laing, Sr. Families. 37* CARD OF THANKS I wish to take this opportunity to thank ^11 who have so generously given me items for the paper all of the time I have been the Ottosen correspondent. Mrs *Donald Usher will be your new reporter — please remember her when you have items for the paper. Mrs Knut Oppedahl. 37* Miscellaneous NOTICE — PIANO OR VOICE lessons by experienced teaeh'eV-' singer, university graduate, CY 4-2892 after 5:00. 37-38* AIRLINE CAREERS Men and Women High School graduates or better can qualify for Hostesses, ReSer- vationist-Ticket Agents, Transportation Agents, Station Agents, etc. Ages 17-39. Short training period need not interfere with present employment. All .inquiries confidential. Write today for full information, giving address and, phone number. National School of Aeronautics, 3101 Gillham Plaza, Kansas City, Mo. 36-37-38 Mr. Farmer! Do you need money io buy livestock and feed ? M & M LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS CO. will finance you Inquire M. H. Fain Ph. CY 4-2779 Algona, la. 319 E, Elm tf Sept. Weddings Off With Rust Nine wedding licenses were issued during the past week bv County Clerk Alma Pearson a- her office took on a "June" atmosphere. Licenses went to the following couples: Sept. 5 — George J. Winkel and Evelyn Andre, Whittemore. Wayne Meyer. Burt, and Diane Hovey, Lone Rock. Sept. 6 — Warren G. Morris Chapel Hill, No. Car., and Adf! Herbst, Algona; Daniel F. Jones Sioux City, and Marcia Stillman, Algona. Sept. 9 — John N. Altman, Jr., Irvington, and Janice Doernins Algona; ETTiest Berte,-Livermore, and Ann McGuire, Bode. Sept. 10 — Howard O. Es?er and Verona B. Zumach, Whittemore; Francis D. Schiltz. Bancroft, and Darlene A. Busch. Ledyard. Sept. 11 — Fred W. Missal, Monona, 111., and Mary V. Knudsen, Algona. fhtindoy, Sept. IS, Algona (la.) Upper Oe* Titonka Votes Power Franchise Titonka — At a special elec tion held at the Legion hail, c 15 year franchise to Interstate Power for electricity W?F ap proved by a vote.- of 127 to 7. At a previous election last fal the vote was very elo^e with r, total of 206 voting. Inierstrm lost the vote by 15 votes. Nou that the vote has gone through it is understood that a new win it- way will be started in the- near future. Pioneer Mgr. Speaks Herb Hedlund, manager of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn plant in Algona, was guest speaker at the Rotary club luncheon, Monday noon, in the Algona Hotel. He- said that the local plant delivered 490,000 bushels of corn in 1956 in an area that includes the two top tiers of Iowa counties, Minnesota, and North and South Dakota. The corn belt, he added, is pushing nwth every year. The Statue of Liberty was erected in 188ft. FOR SALE OFFICIAL TESTED BOARS AND GILTS We, the following purebred breeders, are members of the Kossuth Co-Op Swine Improvement Association. We have official association backfat and weight for age records available for your inspection. SEE US TODAY FOR TESTED STOCK — DUROCS — John Weber, Irvington; and Otto Harlan, AlgOna. HAMPSHIRES — Joseph Skow, Wesley. POLANDS — Arnold Schiltz & Sons, Bancroft; Albert Kollasch & Sons, Bancroft; and Peter Erpelding & Son, Algona (Also Berkshires). 36-43 ALL TYPES CARPENTRY WORK • -"HOf I specialize in remodel jobs, resurfacing old walls & ceilings with sheetrock or pre-decorated ceiling tile. Installing new windows, dcors, and interior trim, repairing and re-roofing for a weather tight roof. WALT ZENTNER , Ph. CY 4-2517 Algona, Iowa 409 N. Hall St. 37* The Lions Club of Burt will be furnishing a free lunch to those who attend our annual Feed and Livestock Outlook meeting at the Burt Legion Hall on Thursday evening, September 19. THE BEST SECURITY IN THE WORLD is an Iowa farm. money with a lonjj-terfh Bonk loan on your land. 6et full information to-day from: Eugene H. Mutchins, See-Treas. National Farm Loan Association 110 S. Dodge St, (south of Penney's) Algona, Iowa HARVEST SUPPER The W,S.C.V«f Doan M.B. Church will serve their annual harvest supper, at the church, en Sept. 12, —, Thursday, serving to begin at 5 p.m. Prices, adults $1.00. Children 10 yrs. and under, $.50. MENU Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy. Buttered corn, cole slaw, pickles. Home made rolls, jelly, relish plate, cherry, lemon and apple pie, and coffee. OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS Manufacturer offerb profitable distributorship to reliable party, male or female. No selling. Part time basis, 5 hours weekly earns up to $300 monthly. Full time earnings} up' io^ approximately $24,000 net per year. Minimum requirement, good car and $900 for equipment and material. Investment fully secured. We finance expansion of business to desired income. For personal interview, write or wire: EKHOLM MFG. CO. 622 Watson Avenue St. Paul 2, Minnesota ELEVEN CARS AND TRUCKS JOE LEININGER FURNITURE TO BE SOLD AT 7 P.M. FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 AT AUCTION ALGONA SALES BARN ICED TO MOVE OUT! Season Opener ANTI - FREEZE Permanent National Brand Regular $3.25 Value Now Only Per Gallon Offtr Ends Soon This Is The Opening Price On ANN-FREEZE J&L Motors \WM+»-->. Power-steering, tinted glass 1956 FORD FAIRLANE, 4 DOOR, V-8 $2050 Radio, Ford-O-Matic, like new 1955 FORD, 4 DOOR, CUSTOM V-8 $1575 Overdrive, radio, tinted glass 1954 FORD, 2 DOOR, CUSTOM V-8 -. $1250 SPECIAL — transportation fo r the whole family radio, heater, a real second car buy SPECIAL 1953 PLYMOUTH, 2 DOO" STATION WAGON .$950 Ford-O-Matic, tinted glass 1953 FORD CUSTOM, 4-DOOR, V-8 $1025 Dual exhaust, radio \ 1952 CHEVROLET, 2 DOOR, 201 SERIES $595 Six cylinder, a sharp car 1950 FORD, 2 DOOR, DELUXE , , $275 Radio, heater 1949 FORD, CUSTOM, 2 DOOR, V-8 . $250 Radio, heater, runs good 1946 PLYMOUTH, 2 DOOR I.. $75 USiP TRUCKS 16 loot box, 2 speed axle 1954 CHEVROLET, 2 TON, LWB $1250 Half ton, 6 ply tires '• 1951 FORD PICK-UP ....„,.,„„ „ ..* OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT

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