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Algona, Iowa
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6-Alfpna, (lo.) Upp»r D»t Molnw TuMday, April 6, 196S Real Estate Transfers Agena, A. F. & Eldora M. to LeRoy Geving, et ux 3-22-65 of replat of part of blk 266, Lots 2*3 Call's Add., Algona. Bierstedt, Arthur & Emma; Donald A Marilyn to Lyle A. Marlow et ux 3-22-65 Undiv. 6/'7 int. NW 1,4 exc. R\V Right of Way 16-97-29. Craw-ford, Andrew D. & Irma to Walter G. Benjamin (life) & Martha J. Unke 3-22-65 W 1/2 SE 1,4 34-P5-28. DePhillips, Sara Ann Cordaro et vir to Hernan L. Vorland, Sgl. 3-23-65 S 1 2 NE 1/4 3095-27. Ewoldt, Karl G. & Olga A. to Olga A. Ewoldt 3-22-65 W 1/2 SW 1/4 8-97-27. Ewoldt, Karl G. & Olga A. to Olga A. Ewoldt 3-22-65 N 1/2 SE 1/4 5-9(5-29. Flaig, Frank 4 Esther to John K. Zalaznik 3-17-65 0. P. Lon« Rock Lots 10, 11, 12 blk 1. Hanig, Eleanor i Leo J. to Wm. J. Erpelding 3-22-65 That pt. of NW 1/4 see rec.; 18-95-27. Mach, L. F. & Emily S. to Sara Ann Cordaro DePhillips 323-65 S 1/2 NE 1/4 30-95-27. Macumber, Leona Bierstedt & Clarence to Lyle A. Marlow et ux 3-22-65 Undlv. 6/7 int. in NW 1/4 exc. RW right of way 16-97-29. Marlow, Lyle A. & Dorothy Bierstedt to Lyle A. Marlow et ux 3-22-65 Undiv. 1/7 int. NW 1/4 exc. RR Right of Way 1697-29. Mayer, Alvina, sgl. et al to Wm. J. Erpelding 3-22-65 Pt. of NW 1/4 lying N. of former RW right of way 18-95-27. Meyer, Walter A. & Marian A. to William E, Meyer et ux 3-17-65 Highlawn Add. Lots 7 & 8 blk 4; Whittemore. 0'Donne 11, Gladys Bierstedt & W. R. to Lyle A. Marlow et ux 3-22-65 Undiv. 6/7 int. in NW 1/4 16-97-29. Ravn, Ole M. & Anne M. to Fred N. Krough et ux 3-22-65 Richmond's 4th Add. Blk 21 (exc. see rec.) Swea City. Sorensen, Esther Bierstedt & Walter to Lyle A. Marlow et ux 3-22-65 Undiv. 6/7 int. NW 1/4 exc. RW right of way 1697-29. Warner, Evelyn Bierstedt & Leonard to Lyle A. Marlow et ux 3-22-65 Undiv. 6/7 int. in NW 1/4 (exc. see rec.) 1697-29. Diamond, Phillip M. & Joan to Wayne F. Taylor et ux 3-2365 of replat of part of blk 266 lot 1 Call's Add., Algona. Krough, Fred N. & Marjorie V. to Harry L. Clark et ux 322-65 Richmond's Fourth Add. blk 21; Swea City (exc. see rec.) Jones, Wendell D., Exec, to C. C. Hemmen 3-23-65 S Westerly 91.5* of station grounds of C. & NW RW Co. located in NE 1/4 NW 1/4 (desc. as see rec.) 9-94-28. Vipond, James R. & Kathryn B. to Dale H. Struthers 2-2665 Call's Add. lot 5 blk 161; Algona. Weydert, Mary & Matt to F. H. Froehlich 31-165 Undlv. 4/5 int. S 1/2 NW 1/4 & W 1/2 SW 1/4 1-95-28. Zumach, Arthur & Hilda, Wm. & Lillian to Clarence Zumach 225-65 Undiv. 3/4 int. 0. P, lots 8 & 9 blk 6; Fenton. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHii Notes Of Servicemen! OPERATION GEMINI III Machinist's Mate Third Class Terry S. Hudspeth, USN, son of Mr, and Mrs. Worth L. Hudspeth of Route 1, Algona, was part of the recovery force during the first manned Gemini flight March 23. His ship, the destroyer USS Ault, was one of 20 vessels assigned to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration project. Navy and Coast Guard ships took station along the path of the spacecraft's orbital track. The recovery area, whether one, two or three orbits were completed, was calculated to be bet ween Cape Kennedy and the Canary Islands. Several weeks prior to the mission, his ship underwent extensive training in recovery techniques and communications procedures necessary for smooth task force coordination, assuring safe recovery of the astronauts and Gemini craft. SAN DIEGCvCALJF. - Seaman Recruit William R. Evers, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Evers of 1321 N. Johnson St., Algona, Iowa, completed basic training March 15, at the U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif, He will be assigned to a school, shore station or ship, according to the results of his Navy classification tests, his own desires and the needs of the Navy. FORT R1LEY, KAN. - Army Pvt. Richard A. Fritz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fritz, Route 1, Wesley, Iowa, was assigned to the 553d Ordnance Company at Fort Riley, Kan., March 4. Fritz is an automotive repairman in the company. He entered the Army in November 1964 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21-year-old soldier \vas graduated from Titonka Consolidated High School in 1961. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Two Bancroft men have completed U. S. Air Force basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and have been selected to attend technical training courses. They are Airmen Richard M. Schiltz and Kenneth B. Nurre. Airman Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin W. Schiltz of R. R. 1, will l)e trained as a metal repair specialist at Chanute AFD, 111. Airman Nurre, son of Mrs. Marjorie M. Nurre of R. R. 2, will attend the aircraft equipment repairmen course also at Chanute. Both airmen are 1964 graduates of St. John's High School. HOSPITAL NEWS March 23 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. William Hardcopf, Lu- Verne, girl, 9 Ibs., 4 oz.; 'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schatt- schnelder, Algona, girl, 4 Ibs., 14 oz.; admitted: Mllford Mitchell, Lone Rock, medical; dismissed: Mrs. James Gade and baby; Mrs. Thomas Kissner and baby. March 24 - Admitted: Mrs. Merlin Mertz, Algona, medical; Thomas Welp, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. EmmaKnecht, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Sister Mary Berchmans, West Bend; Michael Rusch, Whittemore; Lee Bormann, Bode. March 25 - Admitted: John Thill and Annette Rasmussen, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Marcel Reding and baby, Bode; Mrs. Bertha Busch and Thomas Welp, Bancroft. March 26 - Admitted: Mrs. Lucille Carlson, Wesley, surgery; Charles Steil, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Ambrose Vaske, Bancroft; Sheila Hannover, Whittemore; Alfred Sorenson, Algona. March 27 - Admitted: Gayle Schattschneider, Algona, boarder; dismissed: Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider, Algona. March 28 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. William Scheer, Burt, girl, 7 Ibs., 10 oz.; dismisssd: Mrs. Patricia Hardcopf, Lu Verne; Mrs. Cornelia Cogley and Nicholas Nemmers, Bancroft; Rldh- ard Schmidt, Whittemore; Harold Hutchins, Algona; Milford Mitchell, Lone Rock. March 28 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener, Lone Rock, girl, 7 Ibs., 2 oz.; dismissed: J. A. Mather, Fenton. March 29 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harms, Titonka, girl, 6 Ibs., 7 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Robert Black, Algona, medical; dismissed: David Gouge, Algona; Charles Monson, Wesley; Mary Elizabeth Dudding, Bancroft. March 30 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. John Capesius, Bode, girl, 8 Ibs., 2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Gertrude Nolte and Virgil Smith, Algona, medical; Mrs, Esther Kading, Lone Rock, medical; Mrs. James Klemm, Algona, medical. BIG LITTER A purebred Yorkshire sow owned by Lloyd Kiiott of Manilla had 19 pigs in one litter. They were taken to the Merrick SPF Laboratory where they were cared for a little more than five weeks. They are now back on the Knott farm. The usual number of pigs in a litter is eight or nine, SHAKERS Mrs. Nora S. Bricker, 78, of Tama, has collected and recorded more than 2,155 sets of salt and pepper shakers. Her collection started in 1940 and has as its keystone a set brought here by her grandparents on a covered wagon trek from Indiana. Mrs. Clarence Kraft entertained Saturday evening for Mrs. Roger Jensen's birthday. Guests included Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, Mrs. Eric Seege- barth, Mrs. Curt Olson, Mrs. Dennis Prlebe aud Mrs. Harlan Blanchard. The evening was spent playing parlor games and quizzes. BUSINESS LEADS THBi SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! * PHONE 295*3535 • Sc Per Word, Ca«h in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged UDM Want Ada Reach 6,000 Families Each Week! Algona Upper Dei Molaei Claulfltd Ratea FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Garden tiller, less than one year old - used very little - cost over $200 new. KENNETH ROETHLER, Algona. Phone 295-3039.25-28 FOR SALE - African violets, largo and small, at Ted's Grandfather Clock store, Wed., Thurs. and Friday. MRS. TED KELLY. 25* USED APPLIANCES 1 - SPEED QUEEN Dryer \ - MAYTAG Washer, Wringer- type. 1 -HOTPC DTPOINT Automatic Washer 1 - FRIGIDAIRE Automatic Washer HOME OF KELVINATOR APPLIANCES McFALL PLUMBING - HEATING and APPLIANCE Fenton, la. (24) FOR SALE - Big rugged meat- type purebred spotted fall boars. CLARENCE HOCK, Manson, la. (21-23-25-27) FOR SALE - Immediately - 1962 CHEV. 2 dr. Hardtop, aut. trans., Light Blue, 43,000 miles. Good condition. Ph. 295-3801. ^22-25*) 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 FOR SALE - Aluminum Sheeting 22 x 36, and .009 thick. Single sheet 25<r, quantity discount. UPPER DBS MOINES PUB, CO., Algona. (IS tfn) FOR SALE - 1962 FORD Galaxle- Factory alr-conditionedj 1964 CADILLAC Sedan DaVllle, deluxe with full power and air conditioning; 3 Bedroom House fully carpeted. E. C. Mc- MAHON, Exec., R. H. Miller Estate. (24-27) FOR SALE - FEEDER PIGS. Harold Thill, Algona, la., Ph. 295-2074. (25-26) FOR SALE - Fall Purebred Hamp. boars, half-brothers to our champion truckload at Albert Lea, Minn. LICKTEIG BROS. 295-3031, Algona. _ 25-28* HAIL INSURANCE No changes in rates from last year. See me before you renew or take out hail Insurance. We have the best in rates and companies. L. S. BOHANNON, east of Iowa State Bank. (25 tfn) FOR SALE - Near-new Smith- Corona Pacemaker upright typewriter. Here's the typewriter bargain of the year, a trade-in on new portable. SAVE $80. Upper Des Molnes Publishing Co., Algona (1 tf) WANTED .V WANTED - Married Man for year-round farm work. Modern house - top wages. Phone 295-2976, Algona. (25-28) WANTED - Capable secretary by June 1. Shorthand and typing. Permanent. Write full details. Drawer 189, Algona (24) FOR RENT FOR RENT - 3-room Apartment, close in, private entrance, private bath, laundry facilities. Call at BJUSTROM FURNITURE' (27tfn) FOR RENT - Modern house near Algona - available May 1. Write Box 69M, Algona. 25* REAL ESTATE FOR SALE - Three-bedroom ranch style Home, a 14 x 26 carpeted living room, pleasant dining area, tiled bath, nice birch kitchen with built-ins. Every room has an abundance of closet and shelving space with modern fold and sliding doors, Full basement with completely finished recreation room. Shown by appointment. Ph 295-3667. (25 tfn) Lost & Found LOST - The wrong jacket was taken by mistake at a meeting at the V. F. W. Hall in Algona. To exchange, write or call ERNEST HOFMANN, Titonka. . , £2fi*L Miscellaneous MR. FARMER - Something new In Farm Property Insurance. If you want more protection a broader coverage - fair claim settlements - low rates - See L. S. BOHANNON, east oflowa State Bank. (24) HAULING - Rubbish, Miscellaneous. O'BRIEN TRUCKING SERVICE. Ph. 295-2624. FOR RENT: Modern Apartment with garage. Phone 925-3951. (34-87) *"~ Wishing For A "* Buyer Won't Mak« That Sale I F-B Circulating Petitions For Reapportionment Kossuth County Farm Bureau is participating in the drive to get at least 100,000 signatures on reapportlonment petitions by April 10, according to William R. Phelps, county Farm Bureau president. Farm Bureau members hope to contact most of the residents in the county to give them an opportunity to sign a petition. Phelps said the drive to get petitions signed is an effort to get state legislative and congressional action on a proposed amendment to the U. S. Constitution. The proposed amendment would allow the states to apportion one house of a state legislature on factors other than population. The petitions call on the state legislature to adopt Senate Concurrent Resolution 14 which petitions Congress to call a convention to amend the constitution. A total of 34 state legislatures must petition Congress before a convention must be called. Phelps said the signed petitions will be given to the county's state legislators and will be called to the attention of our congressman and two U.S. Senators. A total of 13 county residents attended the reapportlonment rally in Des Moines on March 31 where the decision to get signed petitions was made. Attending from Kossuth County were: William R. Phelps, County President; Cecil Long; Bill Tokheim; Karl Kiilsholm; Mike Frohling; Mrs. Randall Clark; Mrs. Howard Raney; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard; Kenneth Brones; Glenn Clark; Harold Bjustrom; and Albert Johnson. Present Contribution The three Algona chapters of Beta Sigma Phi participated in presenting a contribution to the local school for Retarded children. This contribution was possible as a result of proceeds from a pancake day sponsored by the chapters. Contributions similar to this are an important part of Beta Sigma Phi's yearly service program in the community. Everett Farrow Dies At Elmore A longtime Elmore area resident and businessman, Everett (Murphy) Farrow, 60, died suddenly last Wednesday night at his home. He was owner and operator of the Farrow Plumbing and Heating Company in Elmore for more than 20 years. Born Nov. 27, 1904 near Ledyard, la., he attended Bancroft schools and married Helen Krosch, who survives. in addition to his wife, he leaves a nephew Allen Krosch, a sister, Mrs. Floyd Hagedorn of Blue Earth and three half-brothers and two half-sisters. They are Wilbur of Fairmont, Milton of Lakota, David of Ledyard, Mrs. Mark Krosch of Morris, Minn., and Mrs. Marvin Dellman of Forest City, la. Family funeral services were at 11 a. m. at the Elmore Methodist church with public services at 2 p. m. Saturday. Rev. Oley Wilson officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Former Ledyard Man Is Killed In Texas Crash Larry D. Koestler, 26, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Koestler, former Ledyard area residents, was killed in a head-on accident Thursday in Texas where he was stationed with the army. Funeral services were held Monday at LeSueur, where his parents now live. He is survived by his wife and several small children. He was a Ledyard high school graduate. Slight Damage In Truck Fire At Whittemore WHITTEMORE - The fire department was called to the Lawrence Meyer farm Wednesday morning where' a fire started in Ws truck. Mr. Meyer succeeded in pulling the truck out of the garage and the fire was extinguished. It was thought that a short developed in the ignition system as only the wiring was burnt. Speech Contest On Conservation Slated Tonight The 4th Annual Soil and Water Conservation Speech Contest will be held at 7:00 p.m., at the USDA Center Meeting Room, ; Tuesday night, April 6. Contestants will speak on the topic, "How Soil and Water Conservation Affects My Future," and talks will be from 5 to 10 minutes in length. The speeches will be judged on the basis of originality, aptness of thought, and manner in which presented. The Soil Conservation District, sponsors of the event, will present awards to the winners of the event. Contestants in the contest will be Sandra Elbert, Barbara Winkel, and Mark Adams, students at Garrigan; Sandy Schenck of Algona Community School; Geraldlne Wilhelmi and Susan Menke, St. John's at Bancroft; Petrea Thoreson, Swea City Community School; and'StanTj- aden, Lakota High School. Judges for the event will be Bailey Blair from the Faribault County Soil and Water Conservation District; Henry L. Staubus, from the Humboldt Soil Conservation Service Office; and George Allen, of Algona. • : -» , GOP Women The Kossuth County Republican Women will have a meeting April 6 at the high school Annex. Featured speaker will be Adolfo Franco, formerly of Cuba and an instructor at Algona high school. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the City of Algona, Iowa has received from Bennle B. Wibben and Glenn Rike a proposal to buy from the City the following described real estate, towit: All of the alleys in Blk. 11 and 12 O. P. to the City of Algona, for the sum of $100.00 Said proposal will be acted upon by the City Council at the Council meeting to be held April 28, 1965 at 7;30 p. m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall in Algona, Iowa, This notice is given by authority of the City Council and pursuant to Section 368,89 of the Code of Iowa 1968. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 4-1-65. David A, Smith City Clerk (85 & 87) Council Minute* The City Council met March 31, 1965 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey, Andreasen, Cook, Baldus & Pelrce. Absent*. Elbert. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Beer permits were granted to the following: Loyal Order of Moose, Colony Inn, Tall Paul's and V. F. W, Letter of resignation by Harold E rlckson, O. D. from the Planning and Zoning Comm. was read and accepted. The reappointment of Lloyd Robinson, George Sefrit & Clayton Percival to the Planning & Zoning Comm. for a five year term was approved. The appointment of B. Wibben to fill the vacancy on the Planning & Zoning Comm. was approved. Resol. from the Planning & Zoning Comm. recommending the vacating of the allies In Blk. 11 & 18 0. P. was read. Ord. #442, which is the vacating of the alleys in Blk. 11 & 12 O. P. to the City of Algona, was adopted. City Clerk was authorized to advertise for sale the alleys in Blk. 11 & 12 O. P. to the City of Algona and set April 28, 1965 at 7:30 P. M. for the date of hearing. G. Ireland came before the council concerning Utilities rates. Mr, Ireland was referred to the Board of Trustees of the Algona Mun. Utilities. Mr. Ruby, from the General Service Administration, met with the council concerning the disposition of the old post office.^ The council, after considerable discussion, agreed to withdraw their Intent to buy the old Post Office. Moved & seconded the meet- Ing adj. D. A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL Finn, Salary 118.50 Smith, Salary 234.36 Sands, Salary 118.78 la. State Bank, Whold .... 43.90 Arwell, Rat Control 23.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash.... 86.31 W. Finn, Expenses . ..'... 14.50 la. Mun. Finance Assoc., Dues 10.00 Natl. Inst. Law Off., Subscription 67.50 N. W. Bell, Telephone . .. 87.19 STREET Burtis, Salary 150.16 Frambach, Salary 138.40 Helmers, Salary....... 138.21 Lashbrook, Salary ...... 187.59 Pergande, Salary 179.49 Prew, Salary 157.96 Wibben, Salary 134.31 E. Skllllng, Labor 86.88 D. Skilling, Labor 88.05 D. Pratt, Labor 87.57 la. State Bank, Whold. ... 117.95 Ricklefs, Insurance . . . . . 7.06 < Brown Supply, Blades .... 94.44 Del Chemical, Supplies.. .173.64 KLGA, Announcements . .. 15.00 NW Bell, Telephone 11.85 Sieg Co., Bulbs 13.52 Sign Service, Brooms . . . 68.80 M. Todd & Co., Supplies.. 108.50 ROAD USE TAX K&W Farm Service, Gas.. 166.87 M. L. Mueller, Hauling.. 503.85 Standard Oil, Diesel Oil. . 31.09 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 226.91 Bulten, Salary 170.68 Gerdes, Salary 147,33 Hutchison, Salary 171.31 Jorgenson, Salary 182,18 Rasmussen, Salary ..... 161.56 Elbert, Salary 34.07 Voigt, Salary 161.85 Willey, Salary 15.00 W. Steward, Flasher Lgt... 14.50 la. State Bank, Whold 105,90 Trust & Agency,Pension,, 13,94 Ricklefs, Insurance 14.12 A, Boekelman, Expenses,., 4,80 City Clerk, Adv, Cash , , ., 1.25 Shell Shop, Powder 9.80 Sieg Co., Chains ....... 8.55 J, Strayer, Radio 10,00 Directory Service Co., Supplies , 50.75 NW Bell, Telephone , . , , 22.15 Algona Fire Dept., Services . 140.00 la. State University, Film Rental 6.22 R. Elbert, Expenses . , , , 80,47 Algona Insurance Agency, Premium 864.00 SANITATION Leeck, Salary 176,17 Courtney, Salary 92,87 la, State Bank, Whold. , , , 13.30 NW Bell, Telephone 11.60 City Clerk, Adv. Cash .... 1,85 Coast-to-Coast, Bulbs .... 1.79 Spencer Grocer, Supplies 42.10 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 147.76 Lemkee, Salary....... 200,50 Valley Bank & Trust, interest 123.75 la. state Bank, Whold .... 20.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash . . , 1.88 Natl. chemsearch, Supplies 511.50 NW Bell, Telephone 20.80 O'Brien Mfg,, Cable .... 886,59 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 97.02 la. State Bank, Whold. .... 3.60 G. K.KlynInc.,Roses... 355.34 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 197.17 Nauholz, Salary 82.81 FREE 10 GALLONS OF GASOLINE TO EVERY CUSTOMER WITH RADIATOR TO CLEAN AND REPAIR. EIGHT HR. SERVICE. COOK'S RADIATOR REPAIR 524 IstAve. Edit or Phone 262*5451 SPINCER, IOWA 12-35* la. State Bank, Whold ... 34.50 Trust & Agency, Pension . . 2.28 City Clerk, Adv. Cash .... 8.59 Rockwell Mfg., Meter Mechanisms .... 1,913.85 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 automobiles. 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. Louts 3, Mo. . (17-31) 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) "A SPECIAL" for INCOME TAX due April 151 We have MONEY to loan you — $20 $50 - $100- or any amount up to $5000. • INCOME TAX • REAL ESTATE TAX • PERSONAL TAXES » ANY PURPOSE Made at LOW - LOW - TERMS Phone or Visit The money headquarters. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. Moor* Phone: 295-3507 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SEEIEY'S SEAL OF SECURITY FARMS HOMES LOANS'APPRAISALS YOUR SIDEWALK OF SECURITY 216 W. Kennedy - 2 Bedrooms - Dbl, Garage - Lgt. Living Room - Fireplace .$12,900,00 920 S. Harriet - 2 Bdrmt. - Living Room & Family Room - Attached Garage -$13,200.00 209 S. William* - 3 Bedrooms - IMi Baths 5crt»n Porch - Small lot $-1,900,00 122 W. North - 3 Bedrooms - Good Fam"X Hom » - $-1,790,00 St. Jot - Beautiful Brick Home - Dble. Garage - 2 Bdrms. Down - Expansion to 4 Bdrms. - Marble Fireplace - Carpeting - Drapes - IVi Baths —$21,000.00 122 N. Woosttr - 4Vt Bdrms. - Nice Kitchen - Lge. Living Room - Fireplace Hot Water Heat - 2 Baths —, $13,790.00 123 S. Minnesota - 4 Bdrms. - Dbl. Garage - Nie* Family Home-lV* Baths -$13,000.00 SEELEY REALTY Co. PAUL M. SEELEY, Realtor MARK A. SEELEY Office Phone 5-2350 Residence 5-3174 ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN 5-ZW LEO FRANKL 5-5479

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