The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 7
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THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! • PHONE 295-3535 • Be Pw Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged UDM Want Ads Reach 6,000 famines Each Week! Algona Upper De* Molaei Classified Rate* TAT ISJ ^•••••••MiMia^a^^^frM^^M^^i.«*«* l -^^^^ J — ^ For Your Auction CONTACT DALE YUNGEBERG YOUR LOCAL AUCTIONEER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE-BONDED LIVESTOCK DEALER TELE. 5-3393 or 3-3593 . ALGONA Remember oar Wesley Llveiteck Auction _at Weiley every Saturday WANTED: Adults 18 to 49 Learn to Operate IBM Machine BIO PAY; BIB FUTURE *M for hoW for all •"»•'••»»•»• Hon. from 1300*1 $700 pk MCM* MM Mpf ly for t M»M •«*«•"»•• Wrlfr tcrfay, fWftf •*, Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL." NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA $50 - $iott % $200 - $300 $400 - $500 $600 - $800 $1000 Up To $5000 Prepare NOW for the coming months I • Repair Your Home • Consolidate Your Debts • Winter Needs « ; Buy*A Better Car "•• "^'^^ • Pay Taxes , '«>,, Any Purpose"•"***' * Payments extended in event of unemployment or sickness. Borrow from one of Iowa's Oldest Co. We understand your problems. Let us help you NOW — serving Iowa faithfully since 1909. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. Moore Phone; 295-3507 SEEDS PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR PRICE PROTECTION! Soy Beans • HAWKEYE • LINDARIN • HARASOY • CHIPPEWA • HARASOY 63 • UNOARIN 63 1 -* • HAWKEYE63' 3 Oats • GARLAND • NODAWAY t BONKEE t BONHAM • CHEROKEE • NEAL "Complete Line of Field ft Grass Seeds" Algona Flour & Feed FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Beautician's hydraulic Chair, Serval unit and Shampoo Bowl, two Drier Chairs, driers attached. Call 202 Fenton. MRS. JOE CULBERTSON, Fenton. (16-17) FOR SALE - Big Rugged Purebred Spotted fall boars, ready for service, also bred Gilts for Marchfarrow. CLARENCE HOCK, Manson, la. (14-16) FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc full open gilts. Would make good brood sows. Market price plus $10head.W. J.STEWART, Burt, la. Ph. 4R96. (12tf) FOlFsALE - MILK ROUTE, also 1963 Chev. truck. PH. 843-3671, Britt, la. 14-17* FOR SALE - Hampshire boars, serviceable'age, Bangs tested and Immune. Joseph skow, Wesley. (10-23*) FOR SALE - 1961 INT. TRUCK, very good shape. Reasonable. KENNETH MOGLER, Whittemore. Ph. 5631. (16) "SINGER" This Famous make is Equipped to zigzag, Buttonhole, Monogram, etc. Guaranteed. Beautiful Walnut Cabinet New Condition. Balance of $43.65 '$1.25 weekly. Cash discount. Can be seen locally. Write: Credit Manager, E. & M. Finance, 3055 Woodbridge, St. Paul 13, Minn. , (15-16*) FOR SAiE - Victor adding machines, either manual or electric, 10 key or full keyboard. Compact, economical, efficient. - At the Upper Des Molnes Publishing Co. office supply department. (TF) Rtal Estate •FOR SALE - 3 bedroom house North Jones, Algoj^a. (JtZtfh) FOR SALE - DUPLEX. Like new. Brick constr., 2 bedroom units, full basements, individual heating. Priced to sell. K. S. COWAN, Algona, la. Ph. 295-3870. (16-18) for Rent South Phillip* $t. FOR RENT - 1 Bdrm. partly furnished apartment. Ph. 2955458. (15-16) FOR RENT - STEEL BLDG. 40 x 80. Concrete floor. Suitable for warehouse or shop. Close in. K. S. COWAN, Algona, la. Ph. 295-3870. (16-18) FOR RENT - BLDG. at 311 1/2 E. Nebraska., formerly occupied by Algona Plb. & Htg. Phone 295-5157. (16-17) FOR RENT - 2 Bedroom modern house, close in, available now. Lawrence Miller. PH. 295-3945. ^_______ 14tfn FOR RENT - 32 x 36 STEEL BLDG. suitable for retail outlet. Faces Diagonal street. Ample parking plus adjacent shop and storage space 32 x 48. K. S. COWAN, Algona, la., Ph. 295-3870. (16-18) FOR RENT - 3 room apartment, close in, private en-., trance, private bath, laundry facilities. '* Call at Bjustrp.nv Furniture, ' 27tfn ////ss//SS////S///S//S//////y//S/SsSSSS//SS/S/////s/ WANTED SALES AND SERVICE Married man, 21-45, to service established route In nearby area. 95 stops dally. $97 per week to start, See Russ Rosenberg, Algona Hotel, Thursday March 4th, 6 to 8 p.m. (15-J6) WANTED - Custom shelling. JOHN WAGNER, phone 295<308?, Algona. (18-14-16*) gist Annual Ottosen Market Day Sale, Thursday, Mar. 18. Consignment auction, selling antiques, furniture, misc. and machinery. You can bring your machinery now. - Kermit Fowler, mgr., phone 379-1614, Ottosen. . 14-16-18* FOR SALE - Aluminum Sheeting 22 x 36, and .009 thick. Single sheet 25?, quantity discount. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO., Algona. (15 tfn) Cord of Thanb CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank priests, sisters, doctors, nurses, nurses aids, dear friends and all who remembered our dear husband and father during his long illness and for the spiritual bouquets, prayers, floral tributes, cards, food and the many acts of kindness shown us at the time of his passing. The Family of George Gink. (16) CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to thank my friends for the visits, cards and flowers while I was a patient at St. Ann's; also Dr. Schutter and the nurses for their fine care. Mrs. C. R. Bronson. (16). CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to the many friends for their expressions of sympathy in cards and memorials for the services of Mrs. Effie Robinson; also to Pastor Carlson for the comforting words. A special thanks to the ladles of First Baptist church for the good lunch. The Family of Mrs. Effie Robinson. (17) Six Entered In Soil Speech Contest Here Entries in the'4th Annual Kossuth County Soil and Water Conservation Speech Contest are Sandra Elbert and Mark Adams, students at Garrigan; Petra Thorson, Swea City Community School; Sandy Schenck, Algona Community School; and Geraldine Wilhelmi and Susan Menke of Saint John's at Bancroft. The Contest will be held at 7:00 p.m., Monday, March 22, at the USDA meeting room in Algona. The public is invited to attend the event. IOWA 1964 AVERAGE STATE SALES TAX TABLE Till* MM? Is bnsed on tlic lown prnrrtil siilos tilt of 2 ixTccnt. /( ma\i In uteri n-fitii deducting fain tor on Form lOjO. If the table Is not used, 9ftlttt tnr deductions mutt be Itrm- Ited and iiiliitantiatrd. IViluctlMc J'.ilos Ins on the mircliiiw of milomobllcj unit pnsnllnc tax of (! prnts por fmllnn are not Included in tlir tnhlr and must be Itomltdl sciwrntdy. Income nj shown Fnmlly fizr (Persons) on line 9, pngp 1, Over Form 1040 123455 I'tidcr $1,000 . $13 $1,000-1,499. .. $1,500-1,999. $2,000-2,499. $2,SOO-2,999. $3,000-3,499. $3,SOO-3,999. $4.000-4,499. $4,500-4,999. $5,000-8,499. $5,500-5,909. $0,000-0,499. $«, 500-6, 999. $7,000-7,499. $7,500-7,999. $8.000-8,499. $8,500-8,999. _ _ _ _ _ $9,000-9,499.... $9,500-9,999.... »10,000-10,999.. $11,000-11,999.. $12,000-12,999.. $13,000-13,999.. *14,000-14,999.. $15,000-15,999.. $lfl,000-18,999.- $17,000-17,999.. $18,000-18,999.. $19,000-19,999$20,000 & over. 17 21 24 27 30 33 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 66 57 60 63 68 69 72 75 78 81 84 86 88 $18 23 28 32 3fl 40 43 46 49 52 55 58 61 64 67 69 71 73 75 "9 83 87 91 9S 99 103 107 111 114 117 $10 24 30 35 40 44 48 52 50 00 63 60 89 72 75 78 81 84 88 (10 90 101 106 111 116 121 125 129 133 137 «24 30 36 41 40 m M 58 02 00 69 72 75 78 81 84 87 90 92 98 101 106 111 115 119 123 127 131 135 139 $24 30 36 41 46 51 50 61 05 69 73 77 81 85 89 92 95 98 101 100 112 118 124 130 135 140 145 150 155 100 $24 30 36 42 48 54 51) 64 69 73 77 81 85 89 93 97 101 105 108 113 120 127 133 139 145 151 157 103 1«8 173 U.t. TrinurjT Diplrtmtnl Inttrnil Rtvenui tinrlea Doc. No. 5316 (R. 11-64) 10—7BUO-1 OPO Contestants will speak on the topic, "How Soil and Water Conservation Affects My Future." Talks will be from 5 to 10 minutes in length. The Soil Conservation District, sponsors of the event, will present awards to the winners of the local contest. District winners will advance to the Regional contest and the Regional winners will advance to the state meet. New Algona 4-H Elects Officers The new all town membered 4-H boys' club, the first of it's kind in Kossuth County, elected it's 1965 officers recently. President, Neal O'Brien; vice-president, Mike Putney; secretary- treasurer, Charles Farrell; reporter, Mark Elbert and recreation and music chairman, Ricci Framback, will guide the club through the club year. The club officers were installed by the county 4-H officers and they and the rest of the club members, Galen Friedrich, Stephen Goecke, James Harris, Charles Mains, Dennis .Mains, . Mike Sifert and Dan Smith, were, 'also initiated into 4-H member- PUBLIC AUCTION Due to ill health, we will hold a Public Auction on the farm located: 2% miles straight north of Estherville. Iowa; or, Vi mile south of Dolliver, Iowa, west to Emmet County Consolidated school and 1% miles south, on — MONDAY, MARCH 8 SALE STARTS AT 12:15 SHARP Ditsworth Lunch on Grounds 118 CATTLE 118 DAIRY CATTLE — Holstein Cow No. 30 (purebred) milking now, to freshen in Spring; Holstein Cow (purebred) fresh in August; Choice Holstein Cow fresh with 3rd calf January 15th; 2nd Calf Holstein Cow, fresh; 1st Calf Holstein Cow, fresh; 3rd Calf Holstein Cow, fresh; 3rd Calf Holstein Cow, milking now, to freshen in Spring; 4th Calf Holstein Cow, fresh; 3rd Calf Holstein Cow, fresh; 3rd Calf Holstein Cow, to freshen in Spring; Gur. Cow fresh Jan. 17; 3 Oct. crossbred calves; 5 Winter calves. 50 HOGS — 40 Feeding Pigs (all vacc.); 10 Brood Sows. 99 BEEF CATTLE — 10—2nd calf bred Hereford Cows; 4— Shorthorn bred Cows; 25—3rd & 4th calf bred Hereford Cows; 10—bred Hereford Cows; 50—Hereford steer & heifer calves. 4 TRACTORS — 2—D-17 Allis-Chalmers Tractors (one with wide front); 1955 WD 45 Allis-Chalmers Tractor; 1948 B John Deere Tractor; 3 heat housers; 3 hydraulic cylinders; 3 sets of Tractor chains. POWER MACHINERY - 1963 New Idea 2-row mounted Picker with D-17 mountings, picked 350 acres; New Holland model 67 Baler, complete with PTO, chute and hitch, (no custom work); Mc-D. 2-bottom Plow; Farm Hand Bale Catcher to pull behind baler; 2—Mc-D, 4-section Drags; Allis-Chalmers 3-bot. 14-in, mtd. Plow; Alls-Chalmers 3-bot. 16-in. mtd. Plow; Allis-Chalmers 4-row Cultivator, fits D-17; 21-ft. D. Bradley Disc with steel bearings; Allis-Chalmers 13^ ft. wheel Tandem Disc w/grease- less bearings; New 8-ft. Dozer Blade with A-C attach.; David Bradley Manure Loader with fittings for John Deere B; Allis- Chalmers 72 Combine, complete with PTO, pickup, flax screens and straw chopper (like new); 15-ft. A-C Disc; 2—Spring Tooths; John Deere 494 Corn Planter with dry fertilizer attach., check head & wire; 6-row Broyhill trailer type Sprayer, down spouts, 200-gal. tank, strainer; Mc-Deer. 8-ft. Windrower with transport trucks; Windrower for J. D. mower; John D. No. 5 Mower with rock guards; David Bradley 4-bar heavy duty Side Delivery Rake on rubber; New Idea 12-A Manure Spreader; Mc-Deering 200 Manure Spreader; New Shaver hydraulic Post Driver; Mc- Deering 7-foot Tandem Discs; Energy drive on hoist; Buzz Saw. OTHER MACHINERY — J. D. 42' Elevator with underslung hoist; M-W heavy duty Wagon and steel flare box; Case Wagon and flat bed; M-W heavy duty wide type wagon, 14" rubber and wooden barge box; Wagon and Box; 2—Hay Bunks; J. D, Dump Rake; 2—Feed Bunks; Overhead Hoist, and other items. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE — Plan to attend this Auction. There will be very few small items and we will start promptly at 12:15. The machinery is in good shape. The beef cattle herd originated in the West and were purchased as heifer calves. The cows are bred to a good Hereford bull and the calves are all dehorned and are strictly green. CHICKENS and Chicken Equipment - 200 PIONEER HY- BRED CHICKENS; 100-egg Incubator; Chicken Nests; Chicken Feeders and Waterers. DAIRY EQUIPMENT - 2-unit Surge Milking Machine and pipe line for 16 cows; Mc-D. self-washing Cream Separator; 4-can David Bradley Milk Cooler. PICKUP - 1955 I.H.C. Vi-ton Pickup. USUAL AUCTION TERMS - No Property Removed Until Settled For - NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. J, H. O'Brien or C, Armella O'Brien - OWNiRS - ship by the county officers. The club decided to postpone having a 4-H basketball team until they have a year of 4-H experience, but they did decide to have a display for the Algona 4-H Day. Thursday, Ntarcrt 4, 1965 A | aona (| 0 .) upper DM Moinei-7 Soil Election The Kossuth County Soil Conservation District Commissioner election will be held Monday night, March 22, 1965, at the USDA Center Meeting Room, according to Julius Baas, Chairman. The election will be for filling the office of District Commissioner J. c. (Jack) Nyman. Nyman has served as Commis_s- ioner for the past six years, acting as chairman two years of his term. The Commissioners have appointed a nominating committee consisting of Ernest Held- ecker, Orville Thorson and Harvey L. Larson. The committee Is contacting farmers and plan to put into nomination two men for the office. Any farm owner or operator living within the District that Is interested in nominating a person for the office may obtain the necessary nomination papers at the Soil Conservation District Office. FOR A COMPLETE line of new steel rods, sheets, angles, flat*, channel I beams, decks, plate and pipe, See COOK'S SCRAP IRON and METAL, Algona, la. 15-22* FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom 295-3112 ..(5tfn> RECIPE ROUND-UP COOK BOOK BY ST. JOI C.D.A. Prlc«$3,00 -On Safe At - FAREWAY STORE & HOOD'S SUPER VALU FREE 10 GALLONS OF GASOLINE TO EVERY CUSTOMER WITH RADIATOR TO CLEAN AND REPAIR. EIGHT HR. SERVICE. COOK'S RADIATOR REPAIR 524 1st Ave. East or Phone 262-5451 SPENCER, IOWA 12-35* PUBLIC AUCTION Of Real Estate The following described real estate, to-wits The East Half of the Northeast Quarter (EVa NEVi) and the East Half of the West Half of the Northeast Quarter (EVa W'/a NEV4) of Section 32, Township 96 North, Range 30, West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa will be offered for sale at public auction on Tues., Mar. 9,1965 at 3:00 P.M. PLACE OF SALE: Sale will be held on premises Two miles North and !/2 East of Whittemore. In case of bad weather, sale will be held at Whittemore Cooper, ative Elevator, Whittemore, Iowa. TERMS OF SALE: 10% in cash, balance cash within 30 days. POSSESSION: Immediately. SOIL: All good tillable soil. IMPROVEMENTS: New corn crib and machine shed. Approximately 70 acres of fall plowing goes with farm. Sale subject to approval of Court. 1 Abstract and clear title furnished. JOHN N. KOLLASCH ESTATE By L E. LINNAN, Executor Dale Yungeberg, Auctioneer BURNS, CLARK & CLARK Auctioneers EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK of Estherville, Iowa, clerk FARM SALE To settle the estate of the late John N. Kollasch, the following farm equipment will be sold at public auction at the farm located 1 mile north of hiway Junction 18 & 44 north of Whittemore and >/ 2 mile east; or 8 miles south of Fenton on hiway 44 and '/z mile east, on Tuesday/ March 9 Sale starts at 1:00 p.m, sharp. No small articles, so be there on time. 1954 IHC 300 TRACTOR with fast hitch, T-A, good tires FARM MACHINERY IHC 3-16 plow, fast hitch, like new IHC No. 100 mower, 7 ft., fast hitch IHC 2 row cultivator IHC No. 440 planter, rubber wheels, with dry fert. att. IHC 15 ft. disc 4 section drag with steel evener, A-l Spring tooth harrow IHC endgate seeder Owatonna 48 ft. elevator, A-l Stanhoist platform hoist Rubber tired running gear with wood flare box 300 gal. gas barrel, hose and stand 150 creosoted fence posts 3 rolls woven wire 2 rolls slat cribbing 6'xl2' tarp. Some hand tools and other miscellaneous articles. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mr. Kollasch lived in town and farmed 120 acres with this equipment. He bought it new, it has been shedded, and is in real good condition. TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents, should any occur/ John N. Kollasch Estate L E. Linnan, Executor Dale Yungeberg, Auctioneer Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, Clerk

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