The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona (la.) Upper Det Molnet Tuesday, August 17, 1965 33 Vehicles Are Sold In The Past Week Sales of new vehicles zoomed In this area during the past week, with a total of 33 registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. Owners are: Chevrolet - CorwinorLavonne Peer, Algona; D. T. or Marilyn Zentner, LuVerne; A. R. Kahler, Fenton; H. E. Hanson, Algona; r Everds Bros., Algona; and H. E' Nielson, Sr., LuVerne, truck. Ford - M. C. Stewart, Swea City; Smouse TV and Radio, Swea City; L. R. Bjorklund, Swea City; J. M. Rusch, Fenton; E. A. or Florence Glawe, Corwith; and L. C. or Viva Wittmeier, LuVerne. Pontiac - Theo. H. Logan, Algona; J. R. Ruger, Fenton; and Cletus or Marilyn Chicoine, Ottosen. Buick - E. W. Johnson, Lakota; R. W. or Karen Lemke, Algona; E. H. or Cathryn Sheppard, Algona; H. L. or Marion Klinksiek, Lakota; J. J. Newbrough, Lone Rock; Cassie or Anna Klocko, Swea City; and Chester or Bernice Schoby, Algona. Plymouth - H. A. Harms, Legal Notice STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY CASE NO. 19468 Notice is hereby given that by virtue of SPECIAL Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of KOSSUTH County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 16th day of July, 1965, in favor of HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, ALGONA, IOWA, as plaintiff, and against DONALD H. BULFER * IN REM as defendant for the sum of $10,421.36 Dollars and costs, taxed at $183.56 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described REAL property as the property of the said DONALD H. BULFER * IN REM to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Part of lots Seven (7) and Eight (8) Block Two (2) Original Plat of Germania, now Lakota, described as beginning at the North west corner of said Lot Seven (7) thence South along the West line of said Lot Seven (7) eighty (80) feet, thence East Forty (40) feet, thence North Fifteen (15) feet, Thence East Forty-Five (45) feet, thence North thirty-nine(39)feet, thence east Ten (10) feet, thence North Twenty-six (26) feet, to the North line of Lot Eight (8) thence West to beginning, all In Kossuth County, Iowa and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much •thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auc- .tion, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 31st day of AUGUST 1965 at the NORTH door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 17th day of July, 1965. Ralph W. Llndhorst Sheriff of KossuthCounty.Iowa Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt Plaintiff's Attorney (61&63) Burt; and T. E. Dalley, Algona. Mercury - 0. S. Nelson, Swea City. Mustang - J. E. Bierstedt, Lakota. 4 Chrysler - W. D. Potratz, Whittemore. Rambler - M. O. or Elaine Klnseth, Algona. CMC - M. Jos. Bradley, Algona. Dodge - Bennie or Grace Wlbben, Algona, pickup. Honda - Harvey Rath, Algona; Arthur G. Hlx, Sexton; and H. R. Harris, Bode. Albert Hoggs Back For Old Home Visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, longtime former residents of Algona, where Albert was In the painting and decorating business for years, are back on a visit from their present home in Monrovia, Cal. Enroute home they stopped at Kansas City where their son Alvin was married, recently, to Ruth Morgan, a Kansas City girl. Alvin is a graduate of N.W. Missouri State, and will teach biology in Omaha this coming school year. They are staying with their son, Franklin, and their daughter, Lavonne Matz, and visiting a brother, Ed Hagg and other friends and relatives, and will visit another son, Ralph, in St. Louis Park, Minn, before returning to California. Their granddaughter, Rhonda K. Matz, 9, who had been visiting in California, returned with them. Sing At Fair Six Kossuth county 4-H'ers will sing at the State Fair with the State 4-H Chorus Saturday, August 21. Jo Ellen Baas, Linda Dodds, Lois Hunt and Linda Meehlhause, all of Algona, Vicki McGuire, West Bend, and Reuben Skow, Wesley, will journey to the fairgrounds with Mr. andMrs. Hunt. Jo Ellen will be the female soloist for the choir and Linda Dodds will be female narrator for the program. The 4-H'ers also performed in June with the chorus Potter, now living at Fremont, Neb. They were enroute home from a vacation at Pelican Lake, Minn. ^==X^M = = •.« === •. WANTED .. s—= ... == ... • ... : : .-. == .'. MR. ANL MRS. Adrian Sterling have as guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller and John, Costa Mesa, Calif. Mrs. Miller is the former Jeanette Sterling. They have been here two weeks of their month vacation and have also been at Milford to visit with Stanley's father, Carl Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell and family have been here from Ankeny to visit them. Mrs. Lundell is the former Genevieve Sterling. MR. AND MRS. Leo Steven took the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, to Alden Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin and their son, John and family, who have been stationed at Panama, Fla. They are moving to California. After three years in service, he has signed up again. MRS. GLENN STRAYER drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday on business. Glenn is under treatment at Park hospital, Mason City, from time to time and is improving. MRS. DONALD Hutchison returned Friday from Yountsville, Calif., near San Francisco, where funeral services were held last Saturday for her brother, Ray Schulze, 68, who died of a heart attack. She made the trip via plane with her brother-in-law, Frank Carroll, who will remain longer to visit with his son, John and family at San Jose. John's wife is the former Sue Hutchison, daughter of Mrs. Helen Hutchison and the late Theodore Hutchison. Joanne, daughter of the Donald Hutchisons, plans to return to Tucson the latter part of August to resume teaching. MRS. H. M. SMITH is at Fort Dodge a few days this week with her sister, Mary Streit, who is convalescing at her home following major surgery at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. LAMBS Every WEDNESDAY We Buy Ewes, Bucks & Lambs WE HAVE PLENTY OF ORDERS, FOR CHOICE TO PRIME LAMBS! We buy them all, but you get Top Market for Grain Fed lambs, So Feed 'Em enoughl DELIVERY EVERY WEDNESDAY (With Your Hogs, Too, If You Wish) PHONE 295-2411 WESTERN BUYERS AtGONA, IOWA MR. AND MRS. Howard French have had as guests former Al- gonans, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. WANTED - Ride to Ft. Dodge, will share expenses, Phone 295-5045. (61) Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New Tmfc. A. IT. (Special) — For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, atop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem I" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in ouppoiitory or' ointment form under the name Preparation H9. At all drug counter*. FAIR WEEK SPECIAL! 20% OFF on Loadmaster FORAGE BOXES (NO TRADE-INS) "THE FORAGE BOX THAT LOOKS FOR THAT HEAVY LOAD" • High capacity handling of all forage crops, including wilted hay. • Heavy duty construction and superior workmanship guarantees longer trouble- free performance. • Auger cross feed! No carry back. No adjustments! 4 bar beater with welded teeth. All sealed self aligning bearings on beaters. 1-2-3 beater units available. Inside dimensions of Box 83" wide, 81" high, 14 ft. long plus unit. Independent auger control. 6" 6-tooth drive sprocket*. Algona Flour & Feed South Phillip, Algon*, "Taylor's Pre»criptio<vM«4e Fertiliier"

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