The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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fHl 8 FAS' WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING • WAIT fO f«i 'RESULTS! 3c Pet Word, Cash in Advance 6c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Wednesday, 9 a.tft. » » • ttt>M Want Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week! • PHONE CY 4-3535 • Farm Management CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT COMPANY Serving Hancock, Htimboldt, Palo Alto & Kossuth Counties N. Dodge Ph. CY 4-2891 INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. Phofae CY 4-3178 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE C N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance ' CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, "**• . Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham, Sec'y MAURICE THOMPSON Insurance For Every Need Service - Savings -* Security 610 East McGregor St. Phone CY 4-2131 HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Hoods, and Many Other Forms ' Phone CY 4-3733 ' • Ted S. Herbst ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Iowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 A. J. RICKLEFS All .types, including Life, 'Accident, and Hospitalization Insurance Phone CY 4-4529 ' HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co. 300 E. Elm St. &lgona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M, D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-2277 "j. N, KENEFICK. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 : JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon • 114 N. Moore •S Office phone CY 4-2224 ^Resident phone CY 4-2232 "J0HN M, SCHUTTER, M,P, Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4490 Resident phone CY 4-2335 DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg, Office phone CY 4-4341 Residence phone CY 4-2541 " DR, J. B. HARRIS, JR, Dentist Office Above Iowa State Hours S-12 Iv5 Closed Sat, P.M, Phone CY 44334 OPTOMETRISTS Oars, SAWYER and ERICKSQjj Specialists in Vision 9 East State Phone CY 4-2196 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday Afternoons PR. A, W. AMUNSON Optometrist Visual Examination and Glasses Fitted 108 South Harjan (Home Federal Bldg.) Phone CY 4,37*3 NATIONAL CASH REGISTER BEAUTICIANS 8YAft BEAtJTY SHOP Alice Wilkins Delores Macktwrth lie ». Moore St. CY 4-3828 Services KEYS MADE at CoasMo-Coast Algon* WEAVE•BAG t Repair Burns, Moth Hoist Teats In Cloihing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 15 E. College Si. Phone CY 4-4408 Algona F • R - E - E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. Floral Arrangements Funeral — Bridal Anniversary — Illness Remembrance PLANTS > POTTERY CANDLES PINK PETAL FLORAL East Side Courthouse Square BJUSTROM'S . FURNITURE Headquarters 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. Bjustrom — CY 4-3690 TELEVISION and RADIO SERVICE When you buy a television set or a r,adio, you want to know that there is prompt, expert service to back up the sale. That's what you'll get when you buy from GENE'S RADIO & TELEVISION (7 Years Experience) * Phone CY 4-4468 Algona Across from Norton's Lumber There is more water than land on the earth's surface. HEATING & PLUMBING 26NITH . GENIAL ELECTRIC Radio & television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classic XOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. State Phone CY 4-4651 Farm Equipment Specials at ALGONA IMPLEMENT * • * CORNPICKERS 1—No, 4 Oliver 2-row mounted Picker, A-l, clean and always shedded ___., $4/5 1—1949 IH 2M Picker, overhauled and guaranteed, complete with F20 or M mount*' ings. 1—late model 2 P pull picker, A-l condition, guaranteed TRUCKS 1—1957 IH S112 pick-up with 4, - speed trans, 700x15 6 ply tires, 8-ft. box, 1300 miles. We Will trade on this. 1—1955 Ford C750 truck tractor with vacuum brakes 1—1949 F5 Ford 6 with rebuilt engine & LWB $495.00 1—IH K5 LWB truck with OH on Engine & Al 16 ft. comb, box. 1—1954 Ford Customline 2 door, very clean ' TRACTORS 1—1948 MH 44-6 overhauled and with 4-row cult. 1—1941 M A-l with power pack and complete overhaul 1—1951 Case DC 3 — the cleanest '51 in the county. 1—1944 "H" Farmall. good lire*. M & W powerpack. A-l 1—1950 Ford 8 N tractor MOWERS 1—New Idea 2-wheel trail-behind 7 ft. mower 1—No. 16 I.H. 7 ft. mounted mower for H 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—440 IH 4-row Planter, A-l. 1—42 ft. Farmer Friend Portable elevator, A-l. 1—Farmers Friend speed jack 1—HM 438 Cultivator 1—Harvey cylinder corn sheller — r $30 1—Farmers Friend mechanical 'push up Wagon Hoist $65 1—JD 212 plow 1—1952 IH No. 62 Combine with motor and pickup attach. Always shedded 1—1955 Long 60 (Dearborn) Baler with motor — special 1—3F Power Washing Cream Separator (near new) — $150 1—J. D. cylinder sheller. complete $ 50 2—IH single unit milker pails complete with pump and pipe line. 1—Overhead wagon hoist NEW 1—Titan Chain Saw. 20" and 5 hp, Reg $250, Special $195 • • « ALGONA IMPLEMENT 1417 Commercial St. Phone CY 4-3501 For Sale CHAS. R. MILLER Rusco Windows. Doors, Awnings Res. Ph, CY 4-3520 After 6 Display at 116 B. Dqflge St, itfn FOR SALE—VIOLIN AND CASE two bows. Harness makers stitching horse. Old guns and and amunition, also other antiques, cut glass pattern glass chipa. B. R. Gillett, 245 W N. St., Forest City, Iowa. 39-40 Get Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP FOR SALE — AT AUCTION, the Rill Liesener furniture at 117 No, IJlackford. Saturday, Oct. 5, I p.m. Dale Yungeberg, auctioneer. 40 Reconditioned Upright Model TYPEWRITERS AND ADDERS Royal Upright, all recondtioned $75.00 L. U. tomun buper-bpeed --75.QO Smith Corona Adder $65.00 New Typewriters, Smith Pacemakers and R. C. Allen Yisorna- tics, Portables by Smith, Royal Underwood & Remington Upper Des Moines Pub. Co'_ Oiftce Supply UepJ. HEAVYWEIGHT TAflPS LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES If we can't §6i it. M iust ain't manufactured. t> 1 A M O N D' 6 It FOR SALE: SPRING CHlCrtfcNS, 4 Ibs., 80c each. Ed Behnken* dorf, LuVerne, phone Turner 2-3558. 40* FOR SALE—400 HY-L1NE YEAR old hens; 150 Leghorns. BOd each. G. R . Krause, Fenton. Phone 156. 40* FOR SALE — BITTERSWEET, Strawberry Popcorn Oran- mental Gourds and all types Dried Materials. Decora tor's Workshop just north of Treloar's Inn on Highway 169, Fort Dodge. * 40tfn FOR SALE — USED OFFICE posture chair, $3.50. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona 38tf USED CARS FOR SALE—'48 FORD, 5 PAS- scnger Business Coupe. Very good condition. See it at Hammer's Texaco Station, St. Joe. 40 Farms For Sale KOSSUTH COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE 400-A @ $250.00 per A. 320-A @ $325.00 per A. 320-A @ $312.50 per A. 240-A @ $362.50 per A. 240-A @ $300.00 per A. 240-A @ $275.00 per A. 240-A @ S210.00 per A. 200-A ® $300.00 per A., on contract 160-A @ $400.00 per A. 160-A @ $250.00 per A. 110-A @ $375.00 per A. 70-A @ $300.06 per A., unimproved 40-A with buildings @ $20,000.00 on contract 17-A with buildings @ $13,500 on contract » Could be one just for you. For particulars, see: Emmet Knary LuVerne, Iowa 40* FARM MANAGEMENT Farm Aopraisals __ Farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON -• Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone CY 4-2706 40 THE LAND OF BIG CORN ALWAYS A CROP 320 ACRES- ALL TILABLE-A VERY CHOICE FARM-MODERN 8-RM HOUSE. BARN -LIKE NEW 36' by 120'. TRUNK HYWft-Y. $225- TRMS 4%. 160 - None better. Mod. House. $10,000 Dn. 3-160S—$125 to $210. 3 to $\0,000~Dn. 240— $210. 480 Mod. 2'houses @ $140. Johnson Realty, 'Hector, Minn. TERMS. 40-41* For Rent FOR RENT--320 ACRE, VERY productive southern Minnesota farm. 50/50 livestock lease. Tilney Farms. Lewisville', Minn. 40 Livestock FOR SALE— Purebred Hampshire boars. Lawrence Hanson, 1", W. & 1% N. of Wesley. 37-40* FOR SALE — PUREBRED 4-H Tamworth boars. Reserve champions at' County Fair, Harold Wolf, 2 mi. W. and MJ mi. S. LuVerne. 39-41* FOR SALE — Purebred Hampshire, purebred Duroc boars and gilts, priced $60 to $75 Phone Fenton 409. Fritg Freyholt?, 2 miles east. 39-52* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Duroc boars and gilts. Big and rugged. Lots of bone end length, weight up to 300 Ibs. W. J. Stewart, 5 E. & 1 N. of Burt. 40tf FOR SALE — GOOD B U C K sheep. Phone CY 4-4706. 40* Wanted HELP WANTED—CONSUMERS Super-Market Lunch Counter. ^ 40 MAN TO SELL VAN DALE silo unloaders and bunk feeders, guaranteed to unload grass or frozen silage. Good opportunity for right man. Contact R. D. Brotherton, 5Q9Vz First AVe. No., Fort Dodge. 39-40* WANTED TO BUY —- SCRAP iron, tractors and old machinery. Tin and Wire picked Up free. Leonard Pesicka, Phone Cy 4-4508. 39-40* WANTED—RELIABLE PARTY to take over seven payments of $6.37 each on a good Singer Sewing machine complete with attachments. Write: Credit Manager, Box 2085, Des Moines, Iowa. "^ ^ | 40* ATTRACTIVE POSITION for intelligent man or woman with good personality and appearance, age 25-65. Must be ready to accept immediately if selected by nationally known organization for local work. Free training. Guaranteed income and opportunity for advancement. Part or full time. Write in full to Box 97, Graettinger, Iowa for local interview by Oct. 7 40* WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORSHIP Reliable person to operate inventory and supply business in wholesale TV and Radio supply accounts in local area. No selling, soliciting or technical knowledge required. Will take 5 hours per week spare time to start. Will" earn to $378 per month to start and can eventually expand to $24,000 annual net business. To qualify you must have a serviceable automobile and $2900 cash immediately available which is secured. Write giving full particulars and phone number for personal interview to Box 5174, St. Paul, Minn. 40-41 RESPONSIBLE PERSON Man or woman, from this area, wanted to service and collect from Automatic Vending Machines. No selling. Age not essential. Car, references, and $800.00 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 hours weekly nets approximately $250.00 monthly. Possibly full time w6rk. For local interview give full particulars, phone. Write P. O. Box 5478. Lake St. Sta.,' Minneapolis 8, Minn. 40* WANTED OPERATORS — TO pull company trailers on Eastern Seaboard run. Year around work, return loads, apply in person to Ellsworth Freight Lines. Inc., Eagle Grove, Iowa. 40 Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all the friends, neighbors and relatives for their thoughtfulness and kindness during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father, Fred E. Bartholomew. Sincerely, Mrs Twilln Bartholomew, Jan and Jerry Anderson. 40 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends, neighbors and relatives for the many * cards, letters, gifts, help and visits while in the hospital in Rochester and at home. Jess Dugan, Lone Bock. 40 Miscellaneous NOTICE — PIANO OR VOICE lessons by experienced teacher- singer, university graduate, CY 4-2892. _ tf Mr, Farmer I Do you need money to buy livestosfc end fetd? M & M LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 00, will fin.«n<;* yew Ph, CY 4-2778 818 & Elm Algens, Is. tf PQST e^^ftOB ir-r jrwwiit WJP- lerent sizes, toplock in black imitation leather or blue canvas oine; iexes CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to relatives, friends and neighbors for the masses, floral offerings, food and many kind acts oi sympathy at the time pf the death of my wife and mother. Our appreciation especially to the Wesley Catholic Daughters, Alf L. Studer' and families, 40* LUVERNE NEWS Alice Ann Barton of Garner spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton and sister, Virginia- Mrs Herman Schulz accompan» ie$ iier son Dennis Schujz to, Minneapolis Tuesday to help set up his new home for Mr and Mrs Dennis pchulz and baby son Michael Dennis at Mound, Minn-, suburb of Minneapolis. Dennis a telegrapher, will now be permanently located with the M.N.S. railroad at Minneapolis. Guests Sunday in the Fritz BUy home were their friends, Mr and Mrs Marvin Trees and family of Forest City. ' By RUM Waller * * * Dave Phillips, son of Mr and Mrs Dick Phillips of Algona, is studying the Russian language as one of his subjects this fall at Iowa State College. Asked to comment on this by his father he replied: "Well, it's somewhat in the nature of a challenge",, a viewpoint with which we heartily agree. Niet? » * * Wade Sullivan. Algona postmaster, sent over a little meno to inform us that this is International Letter ; Writing Week, so if there is anyone you should have written a long time ago and didn't, this is a good week to do it. If postal figures on handling mail ar.e correct, this will also help to decrease the deficit if you send it first class, but increase it if you send it any other way. * * • Our young scouts who attend most of the movies, particularly the westerns, came home pretty disgusted, last week. One of them .pointed out that one of the Indian heroes had a vaccination scar on his arm, .and that all the Indians were weayifig 'nice, new clothes even though they were on the warpath. / • * Jim Wychor's first Saturday of Grid Guessing gave the KLGA manager a percentage of 77 percent right. He had 26 games correct and six wrong. That was the Sept. 21 weekend, and he admitted" a bit fearfully that he thinks he dropped lower than that for Sept. 28 ... all .of which indicates that Jim is going to lose another five bucks to the press this fall in his try at an 80 percent average. » * » And while we're on football, couldn't help but note that in the TV broadcast of the Green Bay- Chicago Bears game and stadium dedication at Green Bay, Sunday, the introduction of Miss America brought a tremendous ovation, but Vice President Nixon's talk hardly raised a ripple. **•«.. The waterfowl hunting season will open Saturday at 5:45 a.m. in Kossuth county, but there will be comparatively little to shoot at, in the opinion of Harold H. Burgess, Federal Refuge manager of Union Slough- Duck production at Union Slough, where an annual average of 2,000 ducklings are produced, was down to less than 100 this year, and similar decreases have been noted in other parts of Iowa, hp says. Early hunters depend on locally reared ducks. Migrating ducks from the north come later. * • * Ma], General Walker, in command of the paratroops who went to Little Rock, is no stranger to weird assignments. During World War II he was commander of the third regiment, Special Service Force, and among other places his men operated in the French Riviera section in the invasion of southern France. While on the Riviera they launched a surprised attack on the islands of Hyeres, three islands off the French coast in the Mediterranean. The boys attacked the island with unusual gusto . . they heard (correctly) that pne of the islands, Levant, was the site of the world's most populous nudist cojony. Their big disappoint' ment was to find that the Germans had either eliminated the colony or taken it with them . . . it cost the U.S. taxpayers $100,000 A day, incidentally, to have the Federal troops in Little Rock. * * * F»mo«s Last Line— Officer, go a blood tfttl TYPING PAPER, 800 SHP5TS m * U. only 98c at the UPPER DBS MOINES Office Supply *8$&U$!Ge&&GC8SC^^ Imported DUTCH BULBS All Top Quality Algona Greenhouses Thursday, October 3, 19S7 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Mdffl«i-J Sen. Proxmire Dinner Planned By Demo Group A planning meeting of Democratic leaders from northern Iowa counties was held Monday evening at the Algona Hotel in preparation for the speaking appearance, Wednesday, Oct. 23, of U. S. Senator Wm. Proxmire of Wisconsin, at the Plantation Ballroom. Senator Proxmire, since hie upset election in the Badger state, is the man whom an assistant Secretary of Agriculture has Said will be subjected to a smear campaign when he comes up for reelection for a full term in 1958. Bert Tollefson, assistant to Ezra Benson, recently told an administrative assistant of Senator Proxime that "unless Proxmire eases up on his criticisms of Benson's record, pro-Benson Republicans in Wisconsin will conduct a smear campaign against him." This was outlined as a whispering campaign that would be aimed at bringing in a divorce of some years ago, and Broxmire's "Wall Strtt't 1 ' connections. Proxmire worked for a few months about 10 years ago as a broker for the J. P. Morgan interests. Proxmire will speak following a box lunch Dinner. Governor Herschel Loveless and Congressman Merwrin Goad will also be on the program. Coad attended the planning meeting here Monday evening. „ . f ....... NEED CORN PICKER PARTS? I am wrecking 3 pickers: I - NEW IDEA, PMLL-TVPE, 2 row. 1 - 24 I.H.C. Mounted 1 — ALLIS Mounted. , M ,^ .,, „,.* R. R. DOYtE Scrap Iron & Metal WEST BEND, IOWA Dinner arrangements are in charge of Mrs Pat Birkness of Armstrong, Mrs Ralph Lindhorst and Mrs L. E. Linnan. Kathleen McEnroe of Algona is gent??t! manager of ticket sales. Coad, speaking briefly Monday evening, said he had been challenged to a debate by State Senator Clark McNeill of Belmond. "I will debate anyone nominated by the Republican party in the June primary next year to o'ppose me, but my opponent had better be ready to defend Ezra Taft Benson and his farm policy and also the Eisenhower high interest rate policy" said Coad. There are four avowed candidates for the Republican nomination for 6th district congressman thus far, but McNeill has not announced as yet. Tickets for the Proxmire dinner and program are now on sale by county committee members in nine North Iowa counties. DEAD STOCK Removed Promptly For Speedy, Courteous Service CALL CY 4-2526 WE PAY PHONE CHARGES Algona Rendering Co. Sputh On Highway 169 Rebekah Lodge Rebekah Lodge will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Moose hall. Members are reminded to bring canned goods which are to be given to the I.O.O.F. home at Maaon City. in • • • ••••••••••••• USED CAR BUYS '56 Chevrolet 210, 4-dr., V-8 Sedan. Very nice. Overdrive, radio, back seat speaker. '52 Plymouth 2-dr 1 . .Sedan Cranbrook. '52 Plymouth 4-dr. Sedan Cranbrook. Radio. '51 Chev. „ $275 2-dr. Sedan. Lots of miles left./ '51 Ford V-8 $385 4-dr. Sedan. Radio and overdrive, '51 Pontiac . $450 4-dr. Sedan. Very Clean, Radio, '49 CKev...- 2-dr. Sedan. Fleelline. '49 Chev. '.„ $195 2-dr. Sedan, Slyline. '49 S'baker $150 4-dr. Champion. Sedan. A real cream puff. '47 Chev.,... $85 2-dr. Sedan. Runs Good. USED TRUCKS '51 Chev ---- $395 2-ton, 6403 Model, 2 Speed Axle, 825X70-10 Ply Tires. fc '49 Chev, _ $395 Vi -ton Panel, Ejtfra clean, Kossuth Motors CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE CYpress 4-3554 Algona, OFFICIAL TESTED BOARS AND GILTS We, tbf following purebred breeders, are members of the Kowuth O'Op Swine Improvement Association. We have official assQcSuon backfat and weight for age records available for your inapopHon, SEE WS TPPAY FOR TESTED STOCK — S?9SS^Si- jrelw » W *^. Sr ^ to l? 9 ' M an4 9WP Harlan, Algona, HAMP6HIBES -~ Jose^ Bkow> Wwley, BWW P0LANDS — Arnold SchlU» 8c Bon*, Bancroft! Albert Koilasch ft Bone, Bancroft; sod Peter Erpelding & Son, Algona (Alsa BwkBhires). 35,43 T € : J> ^?xSffe,,^ Tito Friendly Sloro Order DELTA Power Tools Through Our [ISCOUNT CATALOG A WEEK ON TERMS W rate Trades! See Our CA'IAIOG ttftarfltad PEITA wwfc. *ep pew«r feet* gre y^r top gwjiity byy. 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