The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1965 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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WAISI WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! CULTIVATING SUGGESTION - THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS ! • PHONE 295-3535 • 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged UDM Want Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week ! Algona Upper Des Moines Classified Rates FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Two 9' X 12' matched rugs with pads. J. I. MERRYMAN, 1015 So. Minnesota St., Algona. 42 tfn FOR SALE - 1964 Cadillac Full power, air conditioning, Low Mileage; 3 bedroom house, completely carpeted, south exposure, single car garage. Large 5 bedroom house double lot. These properties for sale to close estates. MCMAHON & CASSEL Lawyers, Algona, Iowa 42-45 FREE I - Male dog, 8 months old, part Collie, part Gorman Shepherd. Call 332-1395. Humboldt. (42*H) FOR RENT FOR RENT - Modern well-kept farm home near Lone Rock. Phone 295-3356. Algona, la. 42tfm FOR RENT - New Duplex apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air conditioning, garage attractive real deck. Lawn care. Phone 332-2760. Humboldt, Iowa. (42*H) FOR RENT - Twofcedroom apartment, Logan Apartments. Inquire Hotel Humboldt. Phone 332-2124, (42*H) WANTED - Lawns to mow. STEVE WALLER. Ph. 295' 3384 t (40 tf*) WANT TO RENT - Pasture land for 20-30 head dairy cattle. ARNOLD J. NIELSEN, Ph. 3711 Fenton. (42*) WANTED - Two waitresses one from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; another from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Full or part time. Closed Monday. VAN'S RESTAURANT. 42 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT - 6-room modern House In St. Benedict. See LEO YOUNGWIRTH at the Nick Arndorfer farm, 1/2 mile N. W. of St. Benedict. (41-42*) FOR SALE - 212 A. Farm on Black Top, Clarion and Webster Soil. Must be sold to close estate. MCMAHON & CASSEL, Lawyers,. Algona, Iowa. 42-45. Cord of Thanks R. W. Chafee, Burt; M. D. or Beverly Farrow, Algona; Laurel W. Smith, Algona; Geo. Ricks, Titonka; and Kathryn E. Weber, Algona. Dodge - L. H. Ditsworth, Algona, truck; J. B. Reding, Bode; and Wayne or Georgiann Sanford, LuVerne. IHC - Algona Impl. Co., pickup. Buick - A. B. or Evelyn Oakland, Algona; and Larry or Darlene Devine, Algona. Cadillac - John J. Lesniak, Titonka. Plymouth - LM M. Wehrspan, Whittemore; and Frank Grems, Algona. Olds - A. C. Kollasch, Bancroft. Pontiac - Ed or Elsie Wert- jes, Titonka. Honda - W. F. Colwell, John L. Claude, Margaret G. Rock and F. W. Metzen, Algona. Burt ALA Elects Mrs. Graham - Mrs. O. H. Graham was elected Tuesday night as president of the Burt American Legion Auxiliary. An active member for a considerable time, Mrs. Graham has held the post before and also has been secretary of the Burt Community School Board for many years. Other officers elected were Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, vice president; Mrs. James Christensen, secretary and Mrs. Ray S. McWhorter, treasurer. Mrs. Celia Scott will be chaplain, Mrs. Marian Lacy, sergeant - at - arms, Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, historian, and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Celia Scott and Mrs. Tom Trenary, members of the executive board. The auxiliary decided to serve the Lions "Guest Night" dinner, June 21, and the lunch at the annual Burt Cooperative Elevator stockholder's meeting July 9. The group also voted to send food to the Veterans Hospital at Knoxville for a picnic, June 14. Mrs. Boettcher reported on the County Auxiliary meeting at Algona and there was a report of the Memorial poppy sale. Tuesday, June 8, 1965 -Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and Mrs. Bruce Graham were hostesses. MATH WINNER James Lee Smith, son of the George Smiths of rural Ladora, was named first among five Iowa high school winner sin the mathematics contest sponsored by the Actuaries' club of Des Moines. Over 5,500 students from 186 Iowa high schools competed in the contest. / A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS Custom Dtapery Headquarters By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure — Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture, Algona •V 11 .*• - =;%; WANTED - Man to manage produce department. Must have some experience, Apply In parson, Hood's Super Valu, Algona, (41-42) CARD OF THANKS We would Uke to'take''this . opportunity to thank our friends and neighbors for putting in the crops at the Lee Klley farm and for the ladies who fixed and served the dinner and the lunches. The Family of Lee Klley. 42* Register 26 New Vehicles, Recent Week Twenty-six new cars, trucks and motorbikes were registered during a recent week at the office of County Treasurer Ro- sellaVoigt. Owners are: Chevrolet - E. J. and Dorothy johrtson, Swea City; M, P. Logeman, Eimore; S, P. McFadden, Algona; and J. L. Smith, AU Public Auction At the residence 1 block west of Standard Station in West Bend, Iowa. SATURDAY, JUNE 5 Sale starts at 1 o'clock—Household Goods First HOUSEHOLD GOODS All the furniture and other household goods of the late Josephine Ludwig, including some antiques—Jacobus Stainer pattern violin made dn Italy, muzzle-loader gun and other gun.?, round glass front china closet, several antique Wishes. TERMS: Cash. JOSEPHINE LUDWIG HEIRS 6 ROOM • 1 STORY HOME To be sold immediately following household goods Completely modern. Located 1 block west of Standard Station in West Bend. May be inspected before sale time by calling Arnold Ludwig, phone 5491, West Bend, for appointment. TERMS: 20% down on day of sale, balance when title is given. FRANK LUDWIG ESTATE Don Claude, auctioneer Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk Ford - Everds Bros., Algona, truck; Adolpb Maass, Lakota; 9,500 CIRCULATION for every NON-COMMERCIAL WANT AD - 2 for the price of 1 t The Humboldt Newspapers (Covering Humboldt County) and The Algona Upper Des Moines (Covering Kossuth County) WANT ADS may be placed at either newspaper, in Algona or Humboldt, at the present insertion rate. They will reach a total of 9,500 families by the combination - AT ONLY ONI PRICE FOR TWO PAPERS.

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