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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 ! Algotia Upper DCS Molnes Classified Rates FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc Boars, same breeding as our boars that have done well in test stations. At farmer's price. W. J. STEWART, Ph. 4R96, Burt. (59 tft\) 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. 56tfn FOR SALE - 30" Kelvinator electric range. Can be seen at 209 So. Main St. Algona. 62* WANTED WANTED - Responsible lady to care for convalescing woman, to live in. Write Rt. 1, Box 233, Emmetsburg, la. 62-63* WANTED - Carpenters at once. Steady employment. ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO., Emmetsburg, la. 62 HELP WANTED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS Truck drivers, laborers, equipment operators for work on road crew located on Hwy. 9, Armstrong to Lakota. Apply at job site at Jet. 9 & 169. W. HODGMAN & SON, Fair- •rnont, Minn. (60-62) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE - Large 4-Bedroom Country Home, close In on blacktop. CHAMP MARTIN, Ph. 295-5768, Algona. (57tfn) I FOR SALE - Hugh Raney Estate house on North Hall. Possession September 1. Mc- MAHON AND CASSEL, ATTORNEYS, Algona, Iowa. (60-6 3) FARM EQUIP. FOR SALE - No. 303 NEW IDEA Sheller unit, will fit all mounted NEW IDEA pickers - $800. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT, Fenton, la. (60) USED MACHINERY LIST COMBINES 1 - Model 60 Allls-Chalmers with pickup and strawspreader 1 - Model 66 Allls-Chalmers always shedded 1 - No. 60 Massey-Harrls - very clean 1 - 1963 No. 45 John Deere with corn head, 12ft. header & Hume Reel - very clean 1 - Model 42 John Deere with Hume Reel & Straw Chopper & Love Sickle 1 - Ford MISCELLANEOUS 1 - Kools PTO Forage Blower 1 - Gehl Blower - Belt Driven 1 - McKee Suction Blower 1 - Gehl Mlxall - very good. 1 - R. H. 9 ft. John Deere Win- drower 1 - Owatonna 10 ft. Windrower Self-Propelled 1 - Case Forage Harvester 1 - S & H Self-Unloading Box 1 - 6 x 10 Box with wagon and hoist 2- Dokken Self-Unloading Forage Boxes FOR SALE BY OWNER Three or four bedroom house on shaded lot in choice location. Dishwasher, disposal, completely redecorated. Immediate possession. Phone .295-3271. (62-63) FARM EQUIP. NEW AND USED MACHINERY Won't Rot or Mildew 1 Moisture Proof I Polypropylene Wall Rope BALER TWINE. The Strongest and the Best the re is. 1 - NEW IDEA No. 41, semi- • mounted Mower $225 1 - No. 20 GRAINOVATOR Auger Box $210 1 - Used Wooden Barge BOX. 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 with Hose... $82.50 NEW BOLEN, ARIENS, LAWN BOY Riding Mowers and Push Mowers. GREEN-DEE Twine -1st Quality. Short-proof Electric Fencers. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Fenton, Iowa ( 62 ) Cord of Thanks CARD OF THANKS To those who expressed their sympathy in so many ways during our recent bereavement, we extend our thanks. The 1 Family of Mrs. Maggie Burlingame. 62 MOWERS & RAKES 1 - John Deere Semi-Mounted Mower 1 - V-125 International Mower 1 -Massey-HarrisSen\i-mounted Mower 1 - Twin Drive Allis-Chalmers • • -front- mounted Mower with fit., tings for D-17 1 - Twin Drive Allis-Chalmers rear mounted MoweV 1 - John Deere four bar Rake 1 - Allis Chalmers PTO Rake TRACTORS 1 - Model D-17 Allis-Chalmers with standard front end 1 - Model D-17 Allis-Chalmers with adjustable front end & power steering 1 - Model WD-45 Allls-Chalmers with adjustable front end 1 - Model WD Allis-Chalmers 1 - Model 44 Massey-Harrls with Power Steering 1 - Model 8N Ford 1 - Model 88 Oliver 1 - Model >G John Deere (new tires) 1 - Model 630 John Deere very clean 1 - Model 830 John Dee re DIESEL with Power Steering. LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IA. Tel. #272-4601 (62) AUGUST SPECIALS * SAVE $70.01 . . . 1 - NEW Allis Sprayer - Reg $339.96 NOW $269.95 *SAVE $189.98 . . , 1 - NEW Allis Hay Conditioner Reg $814.98 NOW $625.00 On Hand - all 3 models of Allis Gleaners - See Them We Deal Right I FENTON MOTOR COMPANY On Hy. 44 in Fenton PIKE A northern pike weighing 26 lb. 6 oz. was caught recently by Joe McCormick of Storm Lake while fishing in Kississing Lake, Canada. It was 43 1/2 inches long and 20 inches around. The fish is entered in a contest conducted by a sportsman's magazine, - 96- J. D. Hill of Rake celebrated his 96th birthday July 30th in Rake, where he is still living alone and enjoying life. Several relatives and friends visited him during the weekend to help him observe the special occasion. Shower Honors Audrey Gardner At Burl Home HURT - Audrey Garner was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given for her by four classmates, Cheryl Lovstad, Janet Black. Joyce Angus and Mrs. David Bunkofske, at the Raymond Lovstad home. Guests included Audrey's mother, Mrs. Stanley Gardner, her grandmother, Mrs. Lela Gardner, Algona, her sister, Mrs. Bill Kerr, La Porte City, her aunt and cousin, Mrs. Ronald Gardner and Linda, Mrs. Fred Hilton, classmates and their mothers. The after noon was spent playing games. Audrey became the bride of Al Bartels of La Porte City at the Algona Methodist church Saturday. - o - Pfc. and Mrs. Gary Elberts, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. spent the weekend at the parental Lou Hoover home and attended the wedding of Audrey Gardner and Al Bartels. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd were Tuesday picnic supper guests of the Al Hinck- leys. David, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McFarland, was taken seriously ill suddenly Thursday and rushed to St. Ann hospital. He was transferred later that night to a Mason City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ernst left Wednesday for their home at North Brook, HI. after several days' visit with the latter's mother, Mrs. Jessie Rash, and with her sister, Mrs. James Herring, Forest Heights, Maryland, who are making an extended, visit,,with,her mother. Waiter' Steward was taken : lo St. Ann hospital Monday where he is receiving medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert, accompanied by their daughter, Patricia, Des Moines, went to Iowa City Wednesday where they attended commencement exercises at the University of Iowa. The Schwietert daughter; Shirley, received her master of science degree in nutrition. Miss Schwietert will be on the faculty at Iowa State University, Ames, this fall. Mrs. Ervin Ulses and Rosemary who is on vacation from her duties at the Hurt Savings Bank, are enjoying, a trip to Washington, D.C., World's Fair and other points of interest in the east. They will also visit friends in Maine and Rhode Island. They made the trip east by plane. A Goodwill truck will be in this area Sept. 1. Please call Mrs. J. L. Miller, local Goodwill representative, who will tell you "where you may leave your material. Mike Baer is a patient at Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. Recent visitors at the homes of John and Helen Schwietert and Oilman Schwietert and Lorena Ruark were Mrs. Ben Schwietert, Colesberg, daughter Mrs. Bill Butschi, Caggon, Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Hunt, Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Moslaski and Michelle, East Chain. Jane Barslou accompanied the Mos- laski's to their home for a week's visit. Mr. ana Mrs. K. L. Pratt accompanied the Earl Nesters. Worthlngton, on a camping trip through the Black Hills. Judy Mitchell is in charge of the drugstore during the Pratt's absence. Herman Rachut Jr., who arrived home Monday, is hack at his duties at the Burt Savings Bank after an absence of two years while he served in the Peace Corps in Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook spent the weekend visiting his mother, Mrs. Lillian Cook at Mingo, with his aunt, Mrs. Alta Albright at the Hampton House, Des Moines, and with his niece and family, the Jim Galbraiths, Des Moines. Mrs. Florence Bagby accompanied her daughter, Doris, to her home at Kansas City, Mo. where she will make her home. Ill health has forced her to offer her home in Burt for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Riedel and family, Dubuque, are visiting at the home of his father, Louis Riedel. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Duane spent the weekend with their son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton arrived home the end of the week from a vacation spent with children, Gerald, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. JimTragerandTommy, Des Moines, at a resort in northern Minnesota. A large crowd attended the second annual smorgasbord given by Vogels grocery. The event was held at the athletic field. Burt friends were sorry to learn that a former neighbor, Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona had been hospitalized at Algona following a slight stroke suffered at her home Saturday. At this writing Mrs. Becker's condition is much improved. The final in a series of story hours for small children was held at the library Friday. The story hours conducted by Judy Mitchell and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, were well attended and J enjoyed by the youngsters. Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk, Pocahontas, are IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8771 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Harry W. (a/k/a Harry) Deibler, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever fiarred. Dated this 16th day of August, 1965. Charles R. Deibler Administrator of said Estate Algona, Iowa Delia Welter Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication 24 day of August, 1965. (62-63) WHEN READY TO SELL YOUR CHOICE STEERS and FAT HEIFERS CALL OR WRITE THE SiP E HI C EH PACKING Go, Spencer, Iowa - Area Code 71? - Phone 262-4254 spending two weeks with her parents, the Jerry Wieners, while her husband is attending National Guar<l Camp in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward and sons, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Walter Steward and with his father at St. Ann hospital. Guests of Roger Chafee at dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holding, Palm Springs, Calif., Wilfred Chaffee, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chafee and Jeanine and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding, Valarie, Brad, Brenda and Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thompson, Keokuk, and Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney, Benji and Becky, Arnolds Park, were Thursday evening and Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney. Benji and Becky Campney, Arnolds Park are spending 10 days with their grandparents, the Walter Campneys, while their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Art Campney are chaperoning an M. Y. F. group at a Black Hills Work Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk, Pocahontas, were among many in the area to attend the annual Wiener family reunion at Sibley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holding, Palm Springs, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and family and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, joined other relatives at Fort Dodge for dinner Saturday evening. Mrs. Bill Carman Jr. and children, Sacramento, Calif, called at the Larry Holding home Saturday. Thursday, August 19, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-13 In one year, the newsprint con- would make a continuous ritjbon siimed by newspapers in of paper fifteen inches wide and American cities anrlcommunities more than 19ii million mllesl^ng. Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA Klt!iff-' i iiiitHri>iii;;i:;i,M 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. 112 No. Moore Phone: 295-3507 PRIVATE SALE To settle the Menno J. Rislui estate, a choice half section near Buffalo Center, Iowa, described at: The East Half (EV4) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Ninety Eight North (98N) Range Twenty-seven West (27W) of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. containing 320 acres more or less is being sold at private sale to the highest bidder, immediately. Possession to be given March 1st, 1966. Sale is subject to final approval of the Court. Interested buyers shall make a written offer to purchase, with 10 per cent down payment, which can be made known to other potential purchasers, except as to the name of the offerer. Referee's Deed will be given upon buyer's approval of Abstract showing merchantable title. Anyone interested should contact Jerry M. Lewis, Referee of Algona, ( Iowa, or R. C. Brown, Attorney at Law, Forest City, Iowa or Eldon J. Winkel of Winkel & Winkel, Attorneys at Law, Algona, Iowa. (62-63-64-65) HENRY HARMS SR. ESTATE LAND AUCTION 360 ACRES OF EXCELLENT FARM LAND TUESDAY, AUG. 24, 1965 SALE NO. 1 AT THE PREMISES NEAR WEST BEND The North Half (Nfc) of the Southwest Quarter (SW'/«) and the South Half (SV4) of the Northwest Quarter (NWW) of Section Thirty-three (33), Township Ninety-five (95) North, .Range Thirty (30), West of the Fifth P. M., (Whittemore Township) Kossuth County, Iowa. ings. An improved quarter section, Webster and Clarion soil, tiled, modern house and other adequate build- TIME AND LOCATION: 1:00 P.M., at the premises. 2 miles North, 2 miles East and one-half mile North of West Bend, Iowa. TERMS: 10% down on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1966, at which time title will be conveyed to Buyer. TITLE: An abstract will be delivered and merchantable title will be conveyed by the owners. POSSESSION: March 1, 1966. TAXES: The 1965 taxes payable in 1966 will be paid by the Sellers. SALE NO. 2 The Northwest Quarter (NW'/4) of Section Seventeen (17), Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M. ( (Garfield Township) Kossuth County, Iowa. An improved quarter section, Webster and Clarion soil. TIME AND LOCATION: At the premises immediately after above Sale No. 1. One-half mile North and 1 mile East of West Bend, Iowa. TERMS: 10% down on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1966, at which time title will be conveyed to Buyer. TITLE: An abstract will be delivered and merchantable title will be conveyed by the owners. POSSESSION: March 1, 1966. TAXES: The 1965 taxes payable in 1966 will be paid by the Sellers. SALE NO. 3 The Southeast Quarter (SEW) of the Southwest Quarter (SW14), except a strip of land twenty feet wide and eighty rods long on the East side thereof, in Section Ten (10), Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the Fifth P. M., (Garfield Township) Kossuth County, Iowa. A short forty acres of good Webster and Clarion soil. No buildings. TIME AND LOCATION: At the premises immediately after above Sale No. 2. One-half mile North and 3V4 miles East of West Bend, Iowa. TERMS: 10% down on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1966, at which time title will be conveyed by the owners. POSSESSION: March 1, 1966. TAXES: The 1965 taxes payable in 1966 will be paid by the Sellers. For further information contact Paul E. Harms, Early, Iowa or Attorney H. W. Miller, Algona, lewo. HENRY HARMS SR., ESTATE Auctioneer - DALE YUNGiBERG H. W. MILLER, Attorney - Algona, lowo

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