The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1965 · Page 7
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THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! PHONE 295-3535 • 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance fc Per Word, Charged DM Want Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week! Algona Upper DCS Moines Classified Rates Lost & Found LOST - Beagle Puppy, 4 miles north of Whittemore. Last seen March 5. Phone 5518 Whittemore. (19*) FOR SALE - 3 bedroom house at 419 North Jones, Algona. (12tfn) settlements - low rates - See L. S. BOHANNON, east of Iowa State Bank. (18) For Rent FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc fall boars. Same as our pigs that have been doing good in the test stations. W. J. STEWART, phone 4R96. Burt. 19tfn 4» i . ii i i FOR SALE - 2 Tried Hampshire boars. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton. Phone 116 or 409. 19-21* FOR SALE - Victor adding machines, either manual or electric, 10 key or full keyboard. Compact, economical, efficient. - At the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. office supply department. (TF) •^•••••••••••^^^•"^^••^•••••••—•M^—B^^^^^^^B^,* FOR SALE - ONE PUREBRED Spotted Poland China Tried Boar. PAUL AREND, Burt, la. l/2East and 3/4 North - 18-19* FOR SALE - 1960 T-BlrdHARD- Top, White, P/S, P/B, Air Conditioned, Clean, Good condition. Phone Burt 167 Days or 105 Nights. $1450. 18-19* FOR SALE - Feeder pigs About 50 Ibs. Double vac., cast. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton. Phone 116 or 409. 19* FOR SALE - Aluminum Sheeting 22 x 36, and .009 thick. Single sheet 25?, quantity discount. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO., Algona. (15 tfn) FOR SALE - Bonkee Seed Oats grown from certified seed In 1964. Ames test 98% germ. Phone 4293, Whittemore. ALBERT KRAMER. (17-24*) WANTED WANTED - A Boat outfit with skiis. WALTER BRADLEY, Algona. (18-19) ^—_^_^_^_^_. WANTED - Married Man for year round farm work. Modern house with gas heat. STEVE LOSS. Ph. 5-2976. (19) WANTED - WORKERS - Full time $105 week. Part time $1.80 per hour. References and good work record required. See Wm. Epplng, Algona Hotel, Tuesday, March 16, 6 to 8 p.m. (19) HELP WANTED Money Isn't everything; but if you're a woman who likes extras, not in your budget, I can help you earn them. For appointment call 295-5491 or write Box 174, Algona. (19-23*) WANTED - Year around Farm Hand. Call DR. M.I. LIGHTER, Burt, Phone 152. (18-1920-21*) POPULAR AVON COSMETICS has Openings in Town of Wesley and Prairie Twp. Fine Earnings, convenient hours. Write or Call LORRAINE BIXLER, Algona. 18-21* Rial Estate FOR SALE - 3-Bedi-oom House by owner. Convenient location to town and churches. 502 S. Moore, Algona. (17-19*) FOR RENT - Two-Bedroom Apartment, unfurnished with all utilities paid. Available immediately, close in. Call 5-3504 before 5:30; 5-3498 after. TAYLOR APARTMENTS, Algona. RENT - 3 room apartment, close in, private entrance, private bath, laundry faclHtiea. - Call at BJustronv Furniture. 27tfn Cord of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who remembered Dad on his birthday and while hospitalized. Thanks, too, to all who helped In any way at the time of father's death, those who sent food, flowers, Memorials, and cards, those who gave use of their cars. A special thanks to Rev. Calbreath for his comforting words and deeds. THE FAMILY OF HERMAN SCHROEDER. 19* Miscellaneous rrM,,,,,,,,,,,sss,,,*,njr,,s,,,,,,,,, MR. FARMER - Something New In Farm Property Insurance. If you want more protection a broader coverage - fair claim FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Molaei MARCH 17, WEDNESDAY JOHN LA DUKE Farm Sale, 11/2 miles North of ArendsSale Yard, then 1/2 mile West, from Blue Earth. 101 head livestock, machinery, etc. Details in last issue. Wagner & Wedel, auctioneers; First National of Blue Earth, clerk. EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE Amazing new liquid plastic coating used on all types of surfaces — interior or exterior. Eliminates waxing when applied on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood, and Furniture. Completely eliminates painting when applied to Wood, Metal, or Concrete surfaces. This finish is also recommended for boats and aut<H mobiles. NO COMPETITION As these are exclusive formulas in demand by all businesses, industry and homes. No franchise fee. Minimum investment — $300.00. Maximum investment — $7,000. Investment is secured by inventory. Factory trained personnel will help set up your business. For complete details and descriptive literature write: CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP. 1828 Locust St. Louis 3, Mo. (17-31) FOR SAlE - Hampshire boars, serviceable age, Bangs tested and Immune. Joseph Skow, Wesley. (10-23*) FOR SALE - DUPLEX. Like new. Brick constr., 2 bed- Tpo.-n units,, full basements, Individual heating. Priced to sell. K. S. COWAN, Algona, la. Ph. 295-3670. (16-18) For Your Auction CONTACT DALE YUNGEBERG YOUR LOCAL AUCTIONEER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE—BONDED LIVESfOCX DEALER TELE. 5-3393 or 5-3593 ' ALGONA Remember our Wesley Livestock Auction at Wesley every Saturday MORNING SALE Due to the death of Edvald Johnson the following described personal property will be sold at the farm located from Swea City: 4 miles south on blacktop and 1% mile* west, or from Bancroft; 2 miles north on 169 then 6 J /4 miles west, or 2 milts north and 2 miles east of Seneca Store, on THURSDAY, MARCH 18 SALE TO START AT 10 A.M. LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS 73 HEAD OF CATTLE 73 40 head Charlois heifers above 450 Ibs. 15 head of mixed steers, yearlings. 9 Brown Swiss steers, yearlings. 9 black steers and heifers, about 400 Ibs. HOGS 20 head feeder pigs above 160 Ibs. 10 head feeder pigs, above 60 Ibs. MACHINERY 3 TRACTORS 3 1952 Oliver, good condition, heat houser, wide front, chains, been overhauled; McCormick-Deering Model M tractor overhauled last fall; WC Allis-Chalmers with a set of wheel weights and chains. Mc-D. 438 4-row cult., rubber gauge wheels; Oliver four-row cultivator; John Deere four-row cultivator; Allis- Chalmers tandem disc, 13 ft. and 8 in., greaseless bearings; 6A New Idea two-row corn picker; Two-row Me- Cormick-Deering mounted corn picker, No. 24; A Mis- Chalmers combine No. 60 with a rear elevator; New Holland 77 Baler; John Deere four-row 490 corn plant" with fertilizer attachment and rubber wheels; 18 toot M-M disc; 10 foot Massey-Harris field cultivator; 50 foot John Deere Elevator; Hydraulic wagon hoist; Oliver 7 foot tractor mower; McCormick-Deering 3-14 bot. plow chief; John Deere 3-14 bottom plow; 3 Montgomery W. wagon trailers; 1 New Holland trailer; 2 steel flare wagon boxes, wood floors; 2 bale racks; Gehl hammer mill; Humboldt stalk cutter; McCormick-Deering field ensilage chopper; Nine-row sprayer, pull type; Windrower, multi- crop, Roll over tractor scraper; New Ideai5.de delivery rake; Endgate seeder; Ca.e ™™re spreader; 2 hydra" lie manure loader mountings for Oliver and M factors and snow buckets; 4 section drag with steel foldingi bar; 32 horsepower Wisconsin motor; Loading chute; 2-U-JO tractor tires mounted on wheels; 20 foot grain auger with electric motor. _, 1949 Chevrolet 3-quarter ton pickup with four speed transmission. 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne car overhauled last fall. ^ FEEDING EQUIPMENT 45 bu. Jamesway feeder; 2 hog waterers; 3 feed bunks; 1 hay bunk, hay saver; Tox-o-wick cattle oiler and stand; Several hog troughs and other articles. __ _ 500 bales of straw; 1500 bales of hay — Alfalfa, all in barn and put up without rain. SHOP TOOLS Forney electric welder; post drill and electric motor; Vise; Anvil; % in. drill; Knipco space heater; 32 ft. extension ladder; Emery stone; Tools and wrenches too numerous to mention; 2 hand jacks; 2 unit Surge milkers, pump, and pipe line for 10 cows; International electric fencer, like new. Johnson 10 horse outboard motor; rods and reels; Mosbach 22 automatic rifle. CHICKEN EQUIPMENT 1-BrooderHouse 10x18; 1-brooder house 10x10; 1- shelter house 10x18; 2-range houses; chicken waterers and feeders; chicken nests; 1-Woods gas brooder stove and regulator. , ,j HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining room set; Maytag washer, roll away tubs; two chest of drawers; desk; piano; steak maker; electric Montgomery Ward sewing machine, cabinet type; a treadle type sewing machine, and fruit jars and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS- CASH or make arrangement, with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from the Jfemiles W ntii *ttTed for. Not responsible for pccid.nt, should any occwr. ALBERT J. JOHNSON and Albirt J. Johnson m M«l tf tin Wn «<H«M <»• '*»»"• Owntn MARCH 18, THURSDAY ALBERT J. JOHNSON, 4 So. Swea City on black top, 1 3/4 west, or 2 No. and 2 west of Seneca Store. 73 head cattle, farm mach., H H goods, etc. Sale details this issue. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders, Bancroft, Clerk. MARCH 19, FRIDAY - RAY and RALPH MENKE Sale, tractors and other machinery; 1 mile North of Bancroft on U.S. 169, then 1/2 East. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings, Bancroft, clerk. Sale details this issue. Most thunderstorms generate in the daytime. Tuesday, March 16, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine«-7 Magician Will Appear Mar, 17 At LuVerne A really accomplished magician with outstanding training will lie the next attraction for Lu- Verne school assembly March 17 at 2:40 p.m. He is Merillat, actually Marvin G. Merillat, who comes billed as "Merillat and Darlene." Just who Darlene is will remain a mystery until the show opens. Merillat trained with Blackstone, Dunninger and others ttefore becoming one of the nation's leading young performing magicians. He has since become a teacher of magic and several of his students have begun the long trail to professional \vork. FOR A COMPLETE line of new steel rods, sheets, angles, flats, channel I beams, decks, plate and pip*, See COOK'S SCRAP IRON and METAL, Algona, la. 15-22* WIRING Connected or Corrected IUJCDUC "JIM UTJT UTT Phont 295-2223 eow 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^ MORNING SALE The following described personal property will be sold on the Ralph Menke farm located from Bancroft: 1 mile north on highway 169, then one-half mile east, on FRIDAY, MARCH 19 Sale To Start At 10:00 A. M. Sharp Remember, This k A MORNING SALE I FIVE TRACTORS-JUUGOOD LINE OF FARM MACHINERY 1957 IHC %-ton TRUCK, in real good condition. All overhauled last winter. New tires. 4-speed. 1961 McCormick-Deerjng Model 560 Tractor, complete with fast hitch, wide front end, fluid in tires; McCormick-Deering Model 461 4-row Cultivator; McCormick-Deering Model M Tractor, live power, oversized pistons; New Idea Loader and Snow Bucket for M tractor; John Deere Model 40 Tractor with Mower; McCormick-Deering Model 80 Combine, P.T.O.; 1962 New Idea Model 300 pull-type Corn Picker, with grease banks; Hi-Boy Sprayer; 1962 46-ft. Meyers Elevator, like new, PTO hoist; McCormick-Deering 4- bottom 14-in. semi-mounted Plow, model 412; M.M. Wheel Tandem Disc, greaseless bearings; 5-section Melrose Drag; Farm Hand Manure Spreader; M.M. Rotary Hoe, used one year; McCormick-Deering 12-ft. Field Cultivator on steel; McCormick-Deering 10-ft. Windrower; Electric Farm Trailer with 18-ft. Flat Rack; New Holland Trailer with Walsh box and hoist; Black Beauty Cattle Scratcher. RAYMOND MENKE "JIMMY" 1953 %-ton IHC TRUCK, 4-speed. 1961 McD. mod. 460 Tractor, fast hitch, Schwartz wide front end, fluid in tires; 1960 Mc-D Model 460 Cultivator; 1958 McCormick-Deering Model 350 Tractor, fast hitch; 1958 McCormick-Deering Loader with combination Manure-Snow bucket, model 33A with tilt bucket; 1964 McCormick-Deering 456 Planter with row wheel, fertilizer, insecticide and herbicide, used one year; 1963 New Idea Model 311 Picker; 1962 McCormick-Deering 3-14 Plow, mounted Model 311; McCormick-Deering 7-ft. fast hitch Mower; McCormick- Deering 12-ft. 8-in. Mounted Disc; Twin-Draulic pull type Sprayer, aluminum tank; Farm Hand Spreader; Mc-D. 12-ft. Field Cultivator on rubber; Rotary Hoe, 4-section drag and carrier; 21-ft. Western Land Roller; McCormick-Deering Farm Trailer with Stan-Hoist, steel barge box and hoist; 2-way Mc-D. Hydraulic Cylinder; Two 40-ft. Farmers Friend Elevators with derricks; Koeker Corn Saver; Pull type 80-in. Rotavator, works good, all new blades; Rotary Shields for 4-row Cultivator; 3-section Flexible Drag with Noble evener; 300- gal. Gas Barrel and steel stand. RALPH MENKE TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Very few small items so please be on time. FARMERS t TRADERS SAVINGS BANK, Cl«rk QUINN & CLARK Auctioneers FARMERS & TRADERS SAVINGS BANK, Clerk NOTICE! I AM NOW DEALER FOR FORNEY WELDERS, SUPPLIES AND SERVICE FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY. I WILL ALSO SERVICE ALL OTHER MAKES. CALL FOR NEW AND USED WELDERS AND ON-THE-FARM DEMONSTRATIONS. KEN ROETHLER Phone 295-3039 Algona, Iowa (19-21-23-25) COMPLETE CLOSE OUT AUCTION of Case Dealership $50,000 to $60,000 worth of new and used machinery; Shop & Office equipment at Jennings Farm Equipment lot in Truman, Minn, on FRIDAY, MARCH 19 12:30 P. M. — All Machinery & Miscellaneous 6:30 P. M. — Office & Shop Equipment TRACTORS - 3 new Case '930' d., '830' d., & '741' gas; 8 used '800's, MIlB's '400's, '600's, D.C. BALERS - Case No. 200, new; Case No. 130. 1—4-row Cultivator; 2—Plows; 1—Disc; 1—Elevator; 3 Wagons, all new. Big line of good used machinery of every description; Case Service Tools; 40 T. Manly Press; Portable Loading Dock; Welders; Press Drills; Testers; Tool Bins and Cabinets & etc.; 225,000 BTU Ceiling Heater; 50,000 BTU Heater; All Office Equipment. All the items you gather in 38 yrs. of business. Selling everything to the bare walls. For complete listing write owner or auctioneers, Wedel & Clark, P.O. Box, Fairmont, Minn. JENNINGS FARM EQUIPMENT CASE DEALER, Owner FARMERS! VISIT OUR DISPLAY AT THE CORN-SOYBEAN CLINIC AND GET ALL THE LATEST FACTS on GRAIN DRYING and FERTILIZER EXPERTS ORM-SOYBEAN L I I\J I < V. F. W. HALL THURS., MARCH 18 9:30 A. M. - 3:30 P. M. FREE LUNCH TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA FLOUR & FEED

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