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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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^BBBr . ' ' • ^BlBir ^^^f . ^B^lm^ H^B •• ^i^BW WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING ! THE SURE WAV fO TUB FASTEST RESULTS ! Algotit Upper Deft Molnw Classified Reiet te Per Word, Cash in Advance 5t- Per Word, Charged BOc Minimum Copy Deadline Wednesday, 9 a.m. * * » UDM Want Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week 1 ' • PHONE CY 4*3535 • Farm Management CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT COMPANY Serving Hancock, Humboldt, Palo Alto & Kossuth Counties 12 Mt N. Dodge Ph. CY 4-2891 I INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP • Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance . 206 East State St Phone CY 4-3176 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance "Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE IN. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance A. J. RICKLEFS All types, including Life, Accident, and . Hospitalization Insurance Phone CY 4-4529 "~ CHARLES D. PAXSpN Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Lite, General Phone CY 4-4512 _ KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth' of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham. Sec'y MAURICE THOMPSON Insurance For Every Need Service - Savings - Security 610 East McGregor St.$ ' HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household £oods,- 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 $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor ' Phone CY 4-3351 HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co. 300 E. Elm St. Ugona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO— LIFE— FIRE— HAIL OPTOMETRISTS Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Specialists in Visibn 9'East State Phone CY 4-2196 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist Visual Examination and Glasses Fitted 108 South Harlan (Home Federal Bldg.) Phone CY 4-3743 DENTISTS PR. KARL R: HOFFMAN .Office in Home Federal Bldg. ''?. Office phone- CY 4-4341 {Residence phone CY 4-2541 t DR. J. B. HARRIS, JR, Dentist Office Above Iowa State Bank Hours 9-12 1-5 Closed Sat. P.M. Phone CY 4-2334 DOCTORS MELVIN G, BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phQne CY 4-2345 Resident pfione CY 4^277 J. N. KENEFICK, M. O, Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore Office phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2232 Physician & 220 'No. Dodge, Office phone CY 4,-44$Ck Resident phone CY 4-2331 jt****lBil**i'* ii l^^ BEAUTICIANS STAR BEAUTY SHOP Alice Wilkins Jeunettc Fabei- For Sab FOR SALE—1956 PLYMOUTH convertible, low mileage, excellent condition. See or call Larry Beckley, Fenton, la. Phone 227. 45'46* FOR SALE — 1946 CHEVROLET pickup, good tires. Good condition. Worth the price. Come see it. ' Phone CY 4-2671. 45* FOR SALE — FERN'S FARM Fresh turkeys, dressed, ready for the oven, phone CY 4-4016, or write Fern Specht, RR 1, Algona, Box 218. 45-48 M & M BEEF BALANCER contains natural live RUMEN organism*. Gives cheap gains and better grade beef. M. M. FAIN 319 E. Elm Algona, la. Phone CY 4-2771 43tf. at ERNIE WILLIAMS' You'll Always Find A BIG SELECTION Of Quality Used Cars ERNIE WILLIAMS south of the courthouse FOR SALE — Sewing Machine, Singer, complete with Zig- Zag; new guarantee; pay 8 payments of $5.35. .Write Mr Marasco, 853 - 19th St., Des Moires, la. Machine may be seen in Algona, la. .* 45 Top Trwiet Buy* 1950 G-tfohn Deere 1952 Ford with heavy duty * • loader 1953 W-D Allte Chalmers, wide front, like new MS.ft Super H Farmall 1954 Allis Chalmers 45, like new 1949 Massey Harris 44 See them now at Taylor Implement Co. Algona, Iowa 45 FOR SALE — F URN IT U R E household goods and personal property Of the Lillian M. Sheldon Estate. To be sold at auction on Nov. 16, at 10:00 a.m. on the premises in Burl, Iowa. Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, L. W. Nftchals, Administrator.^ 45-46 TRACTORS 1952 MM U with 4 row cultivator $1875 F-20 Farmall $ 165 Special buys on demonstrator tractors. See us right, away for a good deal on these. PICKERS 1948 MM with rear elevator $575 1946 MM 11375 1948 New Idea $350 1948 Oliver $250 226 JD S185 Case Snapper * $125 BUSCHER BROTHERS Your authorized MM, Papec and Kelly Ryan Machinery Dealers 45 FOR SALE — SELECT' BELTS- ville white turkeys. , Alive or dressed. Call CY 4-3977 . ' •-. 45-47 Services I^EYS MADE Coast-to-Coast Algona WE A V E - B A C Repair Burns, Moth Holes Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAG SHOP 1,5 E. College St. Phone CY 4-4408 Algona !» " ' • ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC )• Radio & Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classic \OSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. Slate Phone CY 4-4651 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. TELEVISION and RADIO SERVICE When you buy a television set or a radio, 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 KADIO & TELEVISION (7 Years Experience) Phone CY 4-4488 Algona Across from Norton's 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 HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS at LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES If we can't get it, it just ain't manufactured D I A M O N D' S -tJ OPEN CtOGGED SEWEfiS WITHOUT DIGOINGI Dissolves Reelii Sludge, Grease, Paper easily and Inexpenslvelyl BOYIR m ROOT DESTROYER , HALL - STRAHORN HARDWARE — ALGONA "FAR" POLICY Is Your auto insurance as MODERN AS YOUR CAR? You too can have the newest, Broadest and finest auto protection. FAMILY AUTOMOBILE POLICY costs no more — is designed for the whole family — and cus- tomed to give you the best pos sible protection. For further details see Blossom Ins. Ag'cy CYpresj 4.2735 Algona, Iowa 44-47 SAVE 40 Mud 'n Snow T mjcpsr fciper Crest flrjt line tub* lew. 40% t&count Qn all «!;•;*• In^dina 14") 674-3013 1670x15) %a. vyt. DISCOUNT 'Plitj Milage, »xpress <y freieht fr<w» *«'*ry, AfctfisfWId, $hi.9 or whte. Miwveep9li», Minn, or P«nver, Colo. v • ADD Td THE BEAtffY your home With a lovely dried flower arrangement 6? Choose a special Thanksgiving 3enterjp»ie<* frotti our wide selfcfc* tion at Decorator's Worksho "The ottly shop of its kind. A, ways plenty of parking space. Located at North Lawn Cemetefy» mile north of Treloar's ln% Fort Dodge. 44tt CHAS. R, MILLER Rtitco Windows, Doon, Awning* Ret. Ph. CY 4-3520 After 6 Display at 118 8. Dodge 8t» it to Get Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP . Reconditioned Upright Model TYPEWRITERS AND ADDERS Royal Upright, all recondtioned .^._. $75.00 L. C. Smith Super-Speed .-75.00 Smith Corona Adder $65.00 New Typewriters, Smith Pace* makers and R. C. Allen Visoma* tics, Portables by Smith, Royal, Underwood & Remington Upper Des Moines Pub. Co Office Supply Dept. Algona 321* CARD Of THANKS Our recent sad loss leaves us with grateful hearts towards heighbors and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and thought/fulness will always be remembered. Anna Raskopf family. 45* Livestock FOR SALE—PUREBRED YORK- shire boars, meat-type. Paul Arend, Burt. 45-46 FOR SALE — Purebred Hampshire, purebred Duroc boars and gilts, priced $60 to $75 Phone Fenton 409. ^ Fritz Freyholtz, 2 miles east. * 39-52* FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS. Our barrows graded No. 1 at Hormel's show in Fort Dodge, We received $2.50 premium per head. These boars are tested by a trained technician and are strictly meat-type. John F. Weber, 2 miles E. Irvington. 45tf. FOR SALE. — Spotted Poland China boars. Sired by the same sire who, sired Grand Champio^ boar and sow at 1957 Kossuth Co. .Fair. O. T. Cherland, Lone Rock. • 43-46* FOR SALE—PUREBRED ted Poland China fail yearling and spring boars. Some of these are large meat type boars New blood for old customers Bert Geerdes & Son,, 3Vfe miles south, 1% miles east of Lakota. Iowa. 43-50* • FOR SALE — PUREBRED" Duroc boars and gilts. Big and rugged. Lots of bone and length, weigh! up Jo 300 Ibs. W. J. Stewart, 5 E. ft I N. of Burt. 40t| FOR SALE— 40 BIG RUGGED Purebred Spotted Poland China spring boars. Clarence Hock, 1 mile north, % east of Gilmore City. la. 42-50 FOR SALE—CHESTER WHITE boars, good size & quality, vaccinated and guaranteed. Glen Rtnehart, Britt. 43-46* FOR SALE — DUROC SPRING boars with length full hams: size and feeding quality, also bred gilts and few opeji. Herd" it Bangs accredited No. 172. Priced to sell. Phone 2827. W. H Helmke & Son, Renwick. 45-4S Farms For Sale FOR CENTRAL MINNESOTA FARMS —. CONTACT DON LICKTEIQ GREY EAGLE, MINN. REP. BIRDSELL REALTY LICENSED & SONpED 44-47 Wanted AVON CALLING You to learn about earning good income as Avon Representative in your neighborhood. Opening in Wesley, also Riverdale and Cresco Townships. Write Box 665, Fort Dodge, Iowa 45 LARGE NATIONAL CONCERN can place orie har.d working man locally. . Approx. earnings to $110. Ambitious man between 25-40 preferred. Write P.O. Box , Garner, Iowa. 45-46 Extra Help Full or part time for Fall Sales N.Q experience, necessary. Available immediately. Earn $1.50 per hour. Phone Mrs Hanson, Algona , 4 to (I p.m. Monday and 45 Card of Thanks CARP OF THANKS Many thanks to relatives and friends for calls, cards, flowers ,04 oth^r gift§ I received while Miscellaneous NOTICE — HiAiNU On lessons by experienced teacher- singer, university graduate, CY 4-2892. ti FARM MANAGEMENT Farm Appraisals — farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone CY 4-2706 45 LONE ROCK By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Ervin Heidenwith, Swea City, called Sunday afternoon at the Walter Thompson home. Cletus Quinn, student at University of Iowa, spent the weekend at the parental Jack Quinn home. Mr, and Mrs W. J. Cotton visited in Pocahontas, Sunday, with Mr and Mrs Louis Elbert. She is the former Irma Sykes who taught here at one time. • Mr and Mrs LeRoy Kleppe* entertained her aunt 'and uncle Mr and Mrs John McCain and Ml Klepper's mother, Mrs Floyd McCain of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs John McCain ___ are moving from South Dakota to California. Rev. and Mrs Clifford Nordine attended a foreign missions workshop at Rolfe, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig called in Algona, Sunday evening, at the home of their daughter and family, the Dean Jergensons. Miss Kathryn Kischer now teaching at Manson, la. spent the weekend at the Fred Genrich home. Miss Kischer taught here fest year. f Mrs Marc Moore of Algona ^as a coffee guest Wednesday it the Everett Hanna home. Sun- dray evening for dinner Mr and ll Irs Hanna entertained, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schenck of Burt, Mi $id Mrs Alfred Schenck and Sandy, Algona, Mrs M'ary Son? tfig of Algona and Mr and Mrs l^red Genrich. i Mr and Mrs BUI Zumach eh tertained dinner Sunday "in honor of their granddaughter Can- cmce, who was baptized Sunday at the Lotts Creek Lutherat church by Rev. Peter. Dinnei guests included Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt and Candace, Mrt I$mma Hurlburt and girls, Mr anc Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder anc t usan. Sponsors were Dennu umach and Mrs Dale Schroeder Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener entertained 'iuestiay evening n honor of the birthdays of their Daughter and son. Connie ceie hrated her third birthday and i was Jerry's first birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mrs Jim St. John of Burt, Mr and Mrf Maurice Weisbrod, Terry and Cheryl, Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Joe Stenberg, Elmore, were afternoon and sup- guests last Sunday at the Frederick Schultz hme. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerman t Wesley were supper guests Sunday at the George B. Long residence. Mrs Ruth Kruegei was a dinner guest there. Friday afternoon Mrs Hiram Ackerman and Lois Trunkhill, Burt, visited with Mrs Ruth Krueger. Sunday evening Delores Ackerman and Rose Peterson ot But't called there. The general meeting of the Lone Rock P.W.O. will be held Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7th at the church parlors with hostesses Mrs Florence Schader, chairman Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Rose Jfraft, Mrs Clinton Rath, Mrs fmil Person and Mrs Fred Qransfeldt. Topic ."Worship In Word and Deed", by Mrs Clarence Kraft. Richard C. Jensen, Liberal Art? Senior at the University ot Arizona at Tucson, Ariz., hat ijpen elected to Phi Kappa Phi Ifational Honor Society. Richard i4 the son of Mr and Mrs E. M at Lone Rock. Margaret Householder returned home Thursday aftei spading the past three weeks at Ceclar Rapids with her mother. Mrs Lora McGowan who has been ili, Mrs Glenn Householder went to, Cedar Rapids after Mrs House- Education Week Here Nov. 11-16 American Education Week will be observed next week, Nov. 1118, in Algona's public schools just as it will in schools all over the United States. The observance here will include open houses and!parent- teacher conferences. There will be open houses for parents, the general public and any interested citizens at the high school Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, from 7:45 p.m. to 9 p.m. and at Bertha Godfrey ejernent- ary school in the east portiofi of Algona the following Monday, Nov. 18, during the same hours. Other open houses will be held in elementary home rooms all over town by the end of the week, according to Supt.- O. B. Laing. Special conferences for parents of pupils enrolled in grades kindergarten to eighth inclusive, were held Tuesday and Wednesday this week. American Education Week is sponsored annually by the Amer- kican Legion, U. S. Office of Education and the National Education Association and its general purpose is to better acquaint persons of the nation with their schools. Theme for this year's we,ek is "An Educated People Moves Freedom Forward." noon ahd were supper guests at the Charles Morris home. Thursday, Nov. 7, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Mslftes-7 Hdwkeye Lanes Francis McConnell was lop kegler at Kawkeye Lanes this week With a 234 single line count. Other men over 200 were Bob Nielson 204, Martin Hamilton 202, Ed Richtor 210, Chuck Mullin 205, Ted Hoover 203, Vern Shipler 202, Les Kenyon 201, M. Scobba 223, Bill Naylor 202, Wilford Rood 230, Hollis Benschoter 216 and Skip Mansager 201. r and Mrs Charles Morris c|Jle4 .in. Graettiiiger Sunday afternoon on Jerry Fitzpatrick and Will Brown. Monday they visited in Burt with Henry Manus, it being his 89th birthday Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder are the parents of a sun bain, Sunday, $oy. 3rd, at th,e Spirit Lake Memorial Hospital at Spirit Lake. The little lad weighed 4 pounds aM 3Vi ounceii a»d has been named David Glenn. Haag and t4amj« e» w»d daughter from gey <• spent 1 fSfunday. ••after* RESIGNED Mrs James Graves recently resigned as a member of the Board Of Trustees of the Osceola Library. She had served since 1923 as a member of the board. Mrs Lampright will conduct a household goods sale for Mr and Mrs C. H. Schneider at 330 N v HaJ!,,5at,,, Noy,^,starting at 10 a. m. the following articles Wife ta for sale: nice davenport wlfh chair; platform rocker; end table; floor lamp; chrome dinette set, grey like new; 30 in. bottle gas stove, full length oven; Leonard refrigerator, automatic defrosting and full length freezing compartment; washing machine like new; double rinse tubs; roll away bed; dishes; kitchenware; 50 ft. garden hose; step ladder; iron- Ing board^ and other misc. items. 45* Iowa Pheasant Hunters Ball SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 9 Don Deanes Orchestra Smorgasbord Every Sunday Serving From 5 to 9 Gay Paree Night Club Hands 1 Park Fairmont This Week's «r"""r "™B^"N*"™'I "A\ '" L 10% discount on all SULMET Solution, Treat your livestock the easy way — Juet add Sulmet to their drink* ing water. For Shipping Fever — Pneumonia — Foot Rot. CLOVER ISAF HATCHERY Algona's Most Complete Animal Health Department "T-V VIEWERS" Plenty of Good USED SETS Beginning At Low As $50 See Them At ALGONA REFRIGERATION TF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT It FIRE PROOF CHESTS For Your Valuables At Home or Office $17.00 up UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. Algona ^ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I SPENCER IS ALWAYS IN THE MARKET FOR FAT CHOICE HEIFERS (STEERS ALSO) WHEN READY TO SELL, CALL OR WRITE THE SPENCER PACKING CO, PHONE 2621 SPENCER, IOWA EVENINGS CALL BOB PEARSON - PHONE 217 - MONTEREY, MINN. (44-52) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• DAUS OLDS Head-on View of '58 Olds Trim and tasteful front end of the 1958 Olcismoblle is revealed in this head-on view of a Dynamic "88" Holiday coupe. The recess-type grille, composed of aluminum louvers, the graceful hoed lines and the ocxv four-beam headlamps blend into a new concept of frontal appearance. A protective note is added by the substantial front bumper with new contour and parking lights integrated in the outer bumper guards. The decorative side trim merges with the four-beam headlamps in the front fender. New looking and distinctive, the headlamps provide a 50 per cent increase in illumination on high beam and 25 per cent more light on low beam for improved night •driving safety. At the base of the "span-a-ramic" windshield are air inlet grilles on each side of the hood. NEW '58 OLDSMOBILE ON DISPLAY AT DAU'S GARAGE FRIDAY, NOV. C NIGHT DAIRY AUCTION Because of my recent accident, I am unable to to care for my dairy < cattle and equipment and will sell at public auction on the farm located I'/z miles north of the east airport corner of Esthervilla or 4 miles east and l'/a miles north of Estherville or 2Vi miles west and 1 Va miles north of Qruner Oil Station on Thursday Evening, November 14 ; Sale starts 8 p. m. ' 28 - HEAP HOLSTEIN CATTLE - 28 ! Flossie, Hoi, cow fresh with 3rd calf, calf at e|de Irom bull H-55; Buttercup, Hoi cow fresh with 2nd calf, heifer at side from bull H-S 0; Bessie, Hoi cow to freshen Nov. 16 with 4th call bred to bull H-48; Beauty, Hoi cow to freshen with 2nd calf, Jan* 7 b*ed to bull H-32; Rose, Hoi heifer fresh with 1st calf; Cherry, Hoi cow to freshen with 3rd calf Jan. 2nd bred to bull H-56; Tilly, Hoi cow to freshen with 4th calf Jan. 7, heed to bun H-3?> Maggie, Hoi cow to freshen with Sth calf Mar. 14, still milking, bred artificially; Betty, Hoi cow to freshen F«b. 21, siiU milking, bred to bull H-44i Linda. Hoi cow to freshen with 2nd calf April 11, still milking bred to bull ' H-34; Lady. Hoi cow to freshen July 11 with 3rd calf, milking good, bred to bull H-32; Millie/ Hoi cow to freshen June 30 with 2nd calf bred to Curtis Candy Grandee. ; Seven Hoi heifers, bred to freshen 'firs! calf from March 19 tp M«Y ' 8. $ y«w>ing heifer* open, ftom artificial breeding. Hoi heifer fi» months old from, artificial breeding. ; AUCTIONEERS NOTE — wfjji?; having ihif sale at night for you?" convenience because of the corn picking season. Cows and heifers are/ choice with heifers from a^fidal breeding and bred back arti* ficially. Heifers are calfhood bangs vaccinated. All cattle will have ] individual health certificate tree to go into any state. See you , Thursday evening, Nov. 14—Clark Bros. » MILKINO EQUIPMENT Wilson 4 can cooler; double we^h tubs; Surge Portable water heater and can rack} ? unit Surge milking machine with new style buckets, 3 years old; 1?—1Q gal milk cans; small ga« 2 years old. TERMS—usual auction terms. Not responsible |<jsr EDWARD JUHL, Owner Emmet *«fi» t'» f i '*<

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