li! SI I TS PHONE 795-3535 IV' \\"|.| I'r! \\M|,| \l:'(in;i I p| in Ai|\ ,in<c , }, \\,.,.i( FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - 1949 8x27 Ironwood Trailer Home. Ph. 55063. (58*) FOR SALE - 1964 1/2 ton Chevrolet pickup Fleetline Cab, western mirrors, extra heavy springs and large tires. MRS. ELDON DUNCAN, Fenton, la. Phone 6. (57-58) • .-———j—•^^_____ ^_^___ FOR SALE - Purebred Poland China Boars In good breeding condition, ready for service. Bangs tested. PETER ERPELDING, Algona - 1 Ml. W. and 3/4 N. Jet. 18 & 169. (54-65*) FOR SALE - Beacon apples, good for pies, sauce, etc. - still green but ripening fast. Call from 4:15 to 10 p. m. - weekends anytime. Bring own containers. ORTON FRUIT FARM. (58-60) FOR SALE - '57 MERCURY Montclair, good condition, motor overhauled. M & D AUTO SERVICE, Burt, Phone 167. (58*) SEWING MACHINES - for balances left. Automatic - Zig- Zag and straight. Balances as low as $28, terms as low as $4.67 per month. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO., Algona, Iowa. 56tft. FOR SALE - German shepherd pups, 3 months old, mother and father pure German shepherd. WARRENKELLENBER- GER, Phone 295-3017, Algona. 55tfn FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT - Two bedroom bungalow at 801 So. Jerome. LLOYD PRATT, 295-3873. (58*) FOR RENT - Modern Apartment., Gas Heat, choice of 1, 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Garage. C. O. BAILEY, Seneca? : R."R;, Fenton, Iowa. (56-59) FOR RENT - Downstairs 2-bedroom apartment. Private bath. Call after 5 p.m. 5-5458. 58-59 Miscellaneous HAULING - Rubbish, miscellaneous. O'BRIEN TRUCKING SERVICE. Ph, 295-2624. (58) Witting For A Buyer Ww't Tblt Sale! REAL Ki FOR SALE - Large 4-Bedroom Country Home, close in on blacktop. CHAMP MARTIN, Ph. 295-5768, Algona. (57tfn) FOR SALE ~~" Kossuth County, 240 Acres, Nafus farm, 3 miles SE Lone Rock. Modern home and fine Improvements. Highly productive. To settle estate. Terms available. Write Attorney J. R. CRONIN or First Nashua State Bank, Nashua, la. (56-57-58) FOR SALE - Near new two-bedroom Home by owner - with garage. New carpet. Curb & gutter. 1509 E. Oak St., Ph. 295-5994. 58-59* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I want to thank everyone for all the cards, flowers and visits during my stay at St. Ann hospital and also at S. U. I. hospital at Iowa City. I appreciated it all so much. Mrs.I. W. Nelson. (58*) CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to my relatives and friends for the cards and remembrances when I was in the hospital. Louise Preuschl. __ 58* CARD OF THANKS Thanks to our many friends for thoughtfulness shown during our stay in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin K. Trout and family. (58) CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all my friends for the cards, flowers and calls during my stay at St. Ann hospital. All was greatly appreciated. Mrs. Max Miller. (58) FARM EQUIP. WANTED - Married man for general farm work, and cattle feeding. Private home on adjacent farm. Top wages and extras, .Near Algona. Write Box 535-B, Algona, Iowa. 58-59 "KOSSUTH COUNTY AREA No travel necessary. Sales experience desirable but not required. Company will train right* man. t,lDeral salary and future. Send complete summary. Write Box li4', Garner, Iowa." (55-58) WANTED - Outside Fainting. Contract or time and material. HAROLD HOBSON, 311 West Nebraska St., Ph. 295-3636. ^ (58-59-60-61*) WANTED - Clean Rags - No Blankets or overalls - UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. WANTED" - General House-" cleaning. Hourly rate. Phone 295-2152, (55-58*) REGIONAL MANAGER The Sons of Norway, a legal reserve Fraternal Insurance Society, Is In need of a Regional Manager for the Iowa area. We offer: SALARY- COMMISSIONS - OVERRIDE- COMPANY CAR-EXPENSES ALL THE LEADS you and your men can use. INSURANCE benefits and Pension RECRUITING and training help SEVERAL MEN already employed. Must be Norwegian by ancestry or marriage, position will require travel. Only those with successful backgrounds in insurance need apply. Write stating qualifications to; LEONARD THOMPSON, Field Manager SONS OF NORWAY, 1455 W, Lake St., Minneapolis, Minn. 55408 (57-59) NEW AND USED MACHINERY «•' '•- i Won't Rot or Mildew I Moisture Proof 1 Polypropylene Wall Rope BALER TWINE. The Strongest and the Best there is. 1 - Rubber-tired Farm Wagon $60 1 - NEW IDEA No. 41, semi- mounted Mower $225 1 - No. 20 GRAINOVATOR Auger Box $210 1 - Used Riding Lawn Mower $75 2 - Used Wooden Barge Boxes. 1 - NEW IDEA 4-Bar Tractor Rake, good condition. 1 - 5 x 10 Barge Box Trailer and new Hoist and Hose, repainted $355 NEW 1/2 H.P. Air Compressor, complete withHose.... $82.50 NEW BOLEN, ARJENS, LAWN BOY Riding Mowers and Push Mowers. GREEN-DEE Twine -1st Quality. Short-proof Electric Fencers. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Fenton, Iowa (58) Last Rites Are Held Here For Mishap Victim Funeral services for Mrs. R. C. Hamm, 36, Albuquerque, N.M., the former Lillian Pergande of LuVerne, were held at 2 p.m, Tuesday at McCuUough's Funeral Chapel, with Rev. G. J. C, Gerike officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here, pallbearers were John and Earnest Pergande, Donald Warmbier, Harold Schipull, Charles Schaefer and LeRoy Gronbach. Born at LuVerne, May 24, 1929, Lillian Pergande was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pergande, She was educated there and married R. C. Hamm at Albuquerque July 25,1956. She died as the result of injuries received in a traffic mishap near Tucumcari, N.M. early Saturday morning. Her husband was injured in the same crash and is hospitalized. They have no children, Survivors include her husband; her father; and eight brothers and sisters, Mrs. Alvina Helmers and Albert Pergande, Al- USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 1 - Model 630 JOHN DEERE (very clean) 1 - Model G JOHN DEERE (new tires) 1 - Model 88 OLIVER 1 - Model 8N FORD 1 - Model 44 MASSEY-HARRIS with power steering 1 - Model WD-45 ALLIS-CHALMERS with adjustable front end 1 - Model WD ALLIS-CHALMERS 1 - Model D-17 ALLIS-CHALMERS with adjustable front end & power steering 1 - Model D-17 ALLIS-CHALMERS with standard front end COMBINES 1 - Model 42 JOHN DEERE with Hume Reel & Straw Chopper- very clean 1 - FORD 1 - 1963 No. 45 JOHN DEERE with corn head, 12 ft. header & Hume Reel - very clean 1 - No. 60 MASSEY-HARRIS very clean 1 - Model 66 ALLIS-CHALMERS (always shedded) 1 - Model 60 ALLIS-CHALMERS with pickup and straw- spreader MISCELLANEOUS 2 - DOKKEN Self-unloading Forage Boxes 1 - 6x10 Box with Wagon and Hoist 1 - S & H Self-Unloading Box 1 - CASE Forage Harvester 1 - OWATONNA 10 ft. Windrower Self-Propelled 1 - GEHL Blower - belt driven 1 - McKEE Suction Blower 1 - GEHL Mixall - very good 1 - R. H. 9 ft. JOHN DEERE Windrower MOWERS AND RAKES * t 1 - ALLIS - CHALMERS PTO Rake 1 - JOHN DEERE four bar Rake 1 - Twin Drive ALLIS-CHALMERS rear mounted Mower 1 - Twin Drive ALLIS-CHALMERS front mounted Mower with fittings for D-17 1 - MASSE Y - HARRIS semi- mounted Mower 1 - V - 125 INTERNATIONAL Mower 1 - JOHN DEERE semi-mounted Mower LINDE IMPLEMENT COMPANY SWEA CITY, IA. Ph. 272-4601 (58) USED MACHINERY 9' MM Uni Combine .... $795. 65 CASE PTO Combine ... $775, A-6 Case Combine $295. #30 JD PTO Combine .... $975. #66 AC PTO Combine . . . $695. 12/A NEW IDE A Spreader.. $185. L JOHN DEE RE Spreader.. $275. E. M. M. PTO Shelter . . . $995. E. M.'M. PTO Sheller . . . $895. 1959 OLIVER 770 w/LPTO, wheel weights, extra steps... $2750. UB MM W/L PTO & PS.. $1595. 1954 OLIVER 88 $1450 1958 MM 5 Star w/LPTO, PS, & T.A $2395. 1948 UMM $725. 1947 UMM w/hyd., & NewTires- $895. 1946 A JOHN DEERE .... $295. Twin Draulic wagon gear . . $95. 5 x 10 Barge Box $85. Auger Wagon $165. Steel Box Flare Wagon ... $65. #4440 OLIVER 5-16' Hyd. Plow $695, IHC #16 Plow, 3-14' .... $245. IHC Blower $325. 1959 CASE PTO Chopper w/corn and hay head $845, JOHN PEE RE Hay Conditioner $345. MM Rake $145. NEW IDEA Rake ,...,. $185, IHC Mower . . $195. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NO. .MAIN Algona, la. gona, Mary" Ann Calkins, Lu- Verne, Marilyn Blanchard, Cedar Falls, Melvin Pergande, Britt, Leona Eslinger, Albuquerque, N.M., Dorothy Kimpler, Hutchin* son, Kans., and Dennis Pergande, LajoUa, Cal. She was preceded in death by her mother in 1952. ITEM: As temperatures get warmer, it's good to freshen up your African violets at least once a week by standing their clay pots in room temperature water, until the pot's capillary action draws moisture from below to the top soil. ( TITONKA 1 By Mrs. Mary Schroeder Illlllllllllllllllllllll A Larsen-Farington reunion was held at Crystal Lake July 25. The Buffalo Boosters girls 4-H Club held their local achievement show July 26 in Fellowship hall at the Titonka Methodist church. There were 88 articles exhibited in the home furnishings show and 55 will go to the Kossuth County Fair. Judges were Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht of Lakota and Mrs. Elvin Swanson of Swea City. The Buffalo Twp. Homemakers served lunch to the group. About 50 were in attendance. James Rode, 1965 graduate of Titonka high school is attending both summer sessions at Mankato State College. He is majoring in English and German and minoring In history. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson have been moved to the Heritage Home in Bancroft for care. The Meint Huisman family have moved into the home they purchased from Mrs. Anna Alke. Local people attending the 40th anniversary observance for Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Jones, Swea City, on Sunday, were Mrs. Mary Budlong, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gartner and Diane and Mr. and Mrs. Don Budlong and family. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Bowers are parents of a son born July 6 at Hancock Memorial hospital, weighing 7 Ibs., 14 oz., and named Michael Darwin. He has four sisters. The Robert Sinclair family has moved to Buffalo Center where he will be principal next school year. He served in that capacity at Titonka this past year. Mrs. James McCalley and Jean have been visiting relatives in Titonka. They are from Stoddard, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Fisher are parents of a son born July 18 at Hancock Memorial hospital. He has been named David Dale and weighed 9 Ibs., 1 oz. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Minnie Larsen were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Larsen and Linda of Tempe, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen and Nancy of Lime Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Lau, Barbara and Debra of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boekelman and Carol, Diane and Patricia Moore, Mrs. Alfred Oesterreicher, Patty Sexton, Jennelle Fox, all of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer of Britt. Mrs. Etta Fahrenholtz has entered a nursing home at Buffalo Center. The Al St. Clair family of Fair Oaks, Calif, have visited at the home of Forrest Willis and other relatives here. Mrs. St. Clair is the former Verna Dell Willis. Anita Moore and Michael Larsen were last week visitors at Lewis Larsens at Lime Springs. Mr. and Mrs. George Ukenhad their baby baptized at morning services at the Titonka Methodist church. He was named Gene Edward. Rev. Paul Hansen of Titonka and Doan Methodist churches attended a North Central Regional FARM EQUIP. Thursday, Augutt 5, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Otn Moines-13 M. Y. F. seminar at MacMurray College, Jacksonville, 111., from July 28 to August 4. AIRLINE HOSTESS Miss Janet Walser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Walser, West Des Moines, recently completed training as a hostess for Branlff International. She has been assigned to the airline's flight ere w base at Dallas, Texas. GET YOUR NEW SEEDING OFF TO A GOOD START FOR NEXT,,Y|AR'S HAY CROP FERTILIZE NOW! ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. TRACTORS 1953 AC-WD Tractor mr Model "A" Tractor 1958 IHC 350 Diesel Tractor. 1961 Oliver 1800 Gas Tractor with adjustable front. 195fi M-H 444 Gas Tractor 1960 V-350 3 CMC Truck-Tractor TRUCKS 1953 Chevrolet 1-ton Truck, with box 1961 Dodge, model 250 Truck 1954 Chevrolet !V 2 -ton Truck with box. 1963 Model C-63 Chevrolet Truck BALERS Model "60" Oliver PTO Baler 1959 John Deere Model 14T Baler, with thrower PLOWS John Deere No. 555 - 514 Hydraulic Plow — throw-away shares 1964 614 Oliver Trip Bottom Plow Oliver 42-40 3-Bottom Hydraulic Plow SPRAYERS Twin-draulic pull-type sprayer Comfort pull-type Sprayer Self-Propelled Hahn Sprayer 6-row Tractor-mounted Sprayer MISCELLANEOUS 52 Ft. New Holland PTO Elevator Horn Loader for WD with both buckets IHC Model 75 P Forage Harvester with hay attachment AC PTO Side Rake Massey-Harris Model 80 Self- Propelled Combine with corn head Gehl PTO Forage Harvester, with hay attachment. 1956 M-H 4-row Front-mounted Cultivator JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, Iowa Ph. 295-2421 Regular Weekly Sale Wed., Aug.ll-starts12:00 p.m. SPECIAL FAT CATTLE SALE Starting at 2:00 Contact us for Western Feeder Cattle...Selling every Day Idaho-SoDakota-North Dakota-Montana Cattle IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE FAT CATTLE SALE ^SPECIAL PENS * )F 4-H & FFA CATTLE WILL BE SOLD «t*<t*fc**;! DON'T FORGET OTHER 4-H CALVES WILL SELL AT THE FAIR GROUNDS AT 6:00 P.M. WE HAVE CONTACTED EIGHT PACKER BUYERS TO BE PRESENT Please bring your fat cattle in by 2:00 p.m. ANYONE WISHING TO HAVE CATTLE LOOKED AT PLEASE CONTACT THE BARN Emmetsburg Sale Barn SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA WHEN READY TO SELL YOUR CHOICE STEERS and FAT HEIFERS CALL OR WRITE THE SPENCER PACKING Co, Spencer, Iowa - Area Code 712 — Phone 262-4254 LOANS $50 $5,000 To Buy a New or Used Car — School Needs To Consolidate Debts — Any Purpose Payment Plans to Suit Your Income. LOANS MADE ANYWHERE PHONE - WRITE - STOP IN TODAY Open Fridays 'Til 8:30 P. M. — Closed Saturdays AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. Phone: 295-3507 r •• 112 No. Moore As I have rented my land, I will sell the following described personal property on my farm located from West Bend 3 miles east on E-Roao\ 2 miles south and 1 mile east; or from Ottosen 2 miles north and 1 mile east on, Thursday, August 12th 1 P.M. SHARP FARM MACHINERY 1958 International 450 1957 International 300 Both of these tractors have live power, power steering, £°od tires, real sharp, and low hours, about 1600 to 1700 hours on each tractor. 461 International CULTIv" ATOR, mounts either tractor. 3 Seta Wheel WEIGHTS HEATHOUSER for 450. Twin-Dralic LOADER, hyd- ralic control, mounts 450. 1957 International Model 76 COMBINE P.T.O. 2 canvases, real clean and sharp. 1958 Int. - 4-row PLANTER Model 444, on rubber. 1960 Int. 14-ft Wheel Tandem DISC. 1958 Int. 4-row Rotary HOE 1959 Int. Model 60 - 3-16 in. PIX)W. Auctioneer's Note: THIS MACHINERY HAS ALWAYS BEEN UNDER ROOF, IB REAL CLEAN AND HAS HAD THE BEST OF CARE. THIS IS NOT A BIO SALE BUT A GOOD CLEAN ONE. BE ON TIME AS IT WILL NOT TAKE LONG TO SELL THE FEW GOOD TOOLS, NO JUNK. 2 good Farm TRAILERS with almost new Twin- Dralic 5x10 Steel Barge Boxes and 5 ton Twin- Dralic hoists. John Deere ll l / 2 -ft. Field CULTIVATOR on rubber John Deere 40-ft ELEVATOR on rubber and un- deralung Hoist. Sun Master Rotary STALK CUTTER with 2 new Blades. STUBBLE TURNER John Deere 15-ft. DISC 2 wheel TRAILER box. SPRAYER PUMP CEMENT MIXER 6-cylinder CAR MOTOR equiped to run elevator, on rubber 300 gaL GAS BARREL with hose and nozzle. 100 gal. GAS BARREL with hose and nozzle. 1950 - 2 door Plymouth CAR runs good and good tires. Miscellaneous Tools & Articles 5-ton hydralic jack; 1% ton chain hoist, bench vise, Johnston power mower; Set heavy socket wrenches, 3H inch Int. CYLINDER, with Hoses. 2 - 20 ft. Log Chains, 2 real heavy boomers (chain tight- ners) end wrenches. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. TERMS - CASH. No property to be removed until settled for. Delbert S. Simmons Auctioneers: Don Claude, West Bend, and Charley Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa Clerk, Iowa State Bank of West Bend.
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