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THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! • PHON6 295-3535 • 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged U £ M $ ant « Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week! Algona Upper DCS Moines Classified Rates FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - 450 Pioneer Hy- Line pullets, 20 weeks old; also 700 yearling Hy-Line hens. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton, phone 116 or 489. (75-78*) FOR SALE - Purebred Yorkshire boars. Good selection of open gilts. Testing station records. TILNEY FARMS Lewisville, Minnesota, phone (507) 435-4341. (75-80) BIG DISCOUNT ON ALL 1965 OLDS AND RAMBLERS IN STOCK AT DAU'S GARAGE, ALGONA. (75) FOR SALE - Purebred Hampshire Boars, lepto and bangs tested. RALPH RE DING, Ottosen, 8 mi. South, 1/2 west of Hobarton. (74-89*) FOR SALE - '65 1/2 AMERICAN MOTORS MARLIN SPORTS FASTBACK, AQUA COLOR, FULL POWER, AIR CONDITIONED, SACRIFICE PRICEv DAU'S GARAGE, ALGONA. (75) FOR SALE - Purebred Hampshire and Poland China boars, blood tested, meat-type, wgt. 250-350. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ Fenton, phone 116 or 489. (75-90*) FOR SALE - Hampshire Boars, backfat probed and rate of gain tested. LICKTEIGBROS., Ph. 295-3031, Algona. (74-81*) FOR SALE - Hereford Bulls serviceable age. JOSEPH SKOW, Wesley, la. (73-81*) FOR SALE - Cornish Rock broilers; also custom plowing. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, phone 489 or 116, Fenton. (69-74*) FOR SALE -4-wheel Trailer with 12' box, stock rackandoriglnal fenders. Inquite at 420 No. Roan St., Algona. (75*) FOR SALE - 2 Holstein Cows 1 fresh and 1 springer. WALTER BARR, Ph. 295-2070. (75*) FOR SALE - Burroughs hand- adding machine, full keyboard with subtracter, totals to million, $65. UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO., Algona, la. (74tf) FOR SALE - 1962 10x50 Mariette Mobile Home. Double installation, wired for 220. Bestoffer over $3,000 takes it. See or call LARRY D. SAPP, Buffalo Center, la. Ph. 5620671. (74-75) FOR SALE - Purebred Hampshire Spring and Fall Boars. Serviceable age. Large selection; also open Gilts. JOSEPH SKOW, Wesley, la. (73-99*) .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, 56tin FOR SALE -PurebredYorkshire Boars and Gilts, AUGUST BAUMANN, 3 Miles East, 1 Mile South of Lakota. (70-75) FOR SALE - 1962 Mercury Meteor automobile. In excellent condition. Low mileage, L. E. LINNAN, Executor Ruth E. Hodgson Estate. (74-75) FOR SALE - Purebred Spotted Boars, Jan. & Feb. farrowed. From a high grade and yielding . herd. CLARENCE HOCK, Manson, la. (66 EOW) , REAl KTATI ACREAGE FOR SALE - Modern two-story house, good out buildings, double garage. Must see to appreciate. Ph. 8-4022, Whittemore. (75) FOR SALE * Large 4-bedroom Home, located in rural residential area (potter's Hill); 2,000 square feet living space, double garage and large wooded lot. CHAMP MARTIN, Algona, Ph. 295-5768. (73tfn) "Kowuth County's Favorite Newspaper" USED MACHINERY TRACTORS '46H-NICE $495 400 Farmall, FC, PS . .$2250 300 Farmall, PS $1595 41 M WF, Power pack . .$ 950 '63 560 gas, FH, Sharp . .$3995 F560 D Ided., turbo chgr. .$4250 '59 F560 std. drb $3395 '42 M Power packed . . .$ 895 44 JD A Ohld $375 56 400 FC, S and P ... .$1850 W9 1H, 2 way hyd. New SP.$1250 M Farmall w/ 2 way hyd. .$ 795 '55 33 MH 3 pt L PTO,WF.$1450 '64 F806G Ided. new, will trade. F560 G, FH, nice $3850 2 - 400 Farmalls, nice ones, $2150 ea. SMTA-G, good cond. . . .$2150 2-Cub cadets, mowers, sharp $595 MISCELLANEOUS A6 Case Combine $225 12' JD KBA Whl. Disc. . . .$ 325 2 MH picker, fan, mtgs.. .$1350 '61 Case 425 picker, 400 mpts. $975 '58 Case 130 baler, sharp .$ 450 M & W duals, like new, fit M to 560 with tires . . . .$ 185 76 Combine w/ hume reel. .$ 775 Gehl 10 In. mill aug. out. .$ 375 No. 30 1H spreader $445 14 1/2' Kewanee whl. land. .$ 375 Oliver 4340 4-16-14 TB plow $650 Case 514 pull type plow w/throw away shares hyd. $550 4340 Oliver 3-14" grd. lift. .$ 295 3 pt. 4-14" JD plow like new .$375 Mpls 2 row pull picker . . .$ 675 Wide front for 560 ex. . . .$ 150 76 combine w/ hume reel. .$ 750 Mpls mower trailer type w/ hay cond. drive 1 yr. ......$ 450 60 IHC 414 TB hyd. ... .$ 695 IH 34 F43-4-14 mtd. ...,.$ 375 55 ABH JD 3-14 hyd. . . .$325 55 ABH JD 3-14 hyd. . . .$ 295 IH 12» 11" tandem disc. . .$ 550 IH 14* tandem disc. . . .•. .$475 76 PTO combine recon. .. .$1050 #10 JD Flail Chopper . . . .$ 475 MC Direct throw chopper . .$ 595 Farmhand gr.-mixer, nice. $1150 11 Case egg case cooler . .$ 165 No. 45 JD combine, hdr. control 12 ft. straw chopper, PS 88 PTO Mpls. combine .. .$ 695 42 ft. Mayrath PTO elev. . .$3752 MH pickers, nice . .. .$ 950 up 412 IH 4-14 In. plow . . . .$ 595 '61 mod. 80 Case PTO comb.$945 Large quantity 203, 303, 403 SP combines. Ready to work. GIVE US A TRY BEFORE YOU BUY. TRUCKS '57 V195 401 5 spd. eng., trans. majored .' $2250 •50 CMC 1/2 ton 3 spd. . .$ 225 »60 Chev. 3600, 1 ton . . .$1250 '53 F600 2 ton 5 spd. . . .$ 650 '62 HC Travelall custom . .$1495 '55 Studebaker 1/2 V-8 . . .$ 375 '58 V195, V401, 5 spd. 2 spd.$2725 •59 Rambler 4 dr. 6 cyl. overdrive, clean , . . .$ 875 '55 R-160 school bus, 54 pass. A-l $825 SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY ALGONA IMPLEMENT 295-3501 After Hour* 295-5328 ~" ' USED MACHINERY VAC CASE Tractor MASSE Y-HARRIS 44 MINNEAPOLIS U No. 74 - ALLIS Semi-Mounted Plow 3-bottom ALLIS Mounted Plow DEMO - 4-bottom ALLIS pull- type at a REAL Saving IHC No. 37 tandem Disc JOHN DEERE No. 227 Picker 2 - ALLIS No. 33 Pickers Continental Stalk Cutter with all new hammers WOODS Bros, Rotary Cutter JOHN DEERE 12A P. T.O^Com- bine with hume reel Hume Reel for 66 ALLIS (used) 1955 FORD 1-Ton Pickup 1960 OLDS 88, P.S., P.B., A-l FENTON MOTOR COMPANY On Highway 44-Fenton, Iowa (75) NEW AND USED MACHINERY 1 - No. 20 GRAINOVATOR Auger Box, Good shape 1 - Used NEW IDEA Trailer with nearly new tires - a buy at , . . . $95.00 1 - Used NEW IPEA 6^A Corn- picker. 1 - NEW IPEA "300" Cornpicker 1 - 5x10 Barge POX Trailer and new Hoist and Hose, repainted ......... $355.00 NEW 1/2 H. P, Air Compressor, complete with Hose,.. $82.50 1 - Used Wood F*are box #/ metal bottom $40.00 Short-proof Electric Fencers. TRACTORS 5 - CHEAP Tractors - MM-Z; IHC F-20jMM-Z;IHCF-30; JD-A - Your Choice at $75.00 AC'S (Several WC's, WD's and WD-45's) IHC - Model "A'Tractor IHC - 350 Diesel - 1948 - Clean OLIVER - 1800 Gas, Wide Front, 3 Pt. - Clean M-H (We have 2 Model 30's; 1 101 Jr.; JD-B - JD "A" Ford 8N OLIVER - 88 Diesel Tractor TRUCKS Several cheap Pickup Trucks and 1 1/2 Ton Trucks- Some with Combination Boxes CMC - I960 - V3503 Truck- Tractor - Clean CMC - 1964 - V-6 - 3/4 Ton Pickup - Clean COMBINES M-H Super 80 - SP Combine Grain and two-row corn head - Complete J. D. - #42 - 9' Combine - PTO Hume Reel, Two-row corn head - Only 2 yrs. old - Good CASE - 6A - Hume Reel - Good and Cheap PICKERS NEW IDEA - Super Picker with Mtgs. for IHC M Tractor Picked about 300 acres Good Several cheap pull Pickers and Snappers MISCELLANEOUS Wagons - Boxes - Some Combination boxes, hoist and gears - Forage Box Complete GEHL - PTO-Chopper with Corn and Hay Attachment New HOLLAND - 52' Elevator - PTO - Good OLIVER Pull Plows - Three and Four OLIVER - 6114 Semi-mounted Plow JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, Iowa. Ph. 295-2421 (75) FOR SALE - Oliver #4 Mounted Corn Picker, 77 Mtgs ; .also 300 gal. Gas barrell withstand and filter. PETERC. REDING, Ph. 379-1490, Bode. (74-75*) Miscellaneous NOTICE Heifer, approximately 600 Ibs., strayed to my place about 3 weeks ago. Owner identify and pay for ad and care. MAYNARD WEIGAND, Hurt. (74-75*) HAULING - Rubbish, cellaneous. O'BRIEN TRUCK* ING SERVICE. Ph. 295-2624. (75) Lone Rock Area Club Names New Officers W! WANTED - Custom plowing, 4- bottom outfit, reasonable rates. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton, phone 116 or 489. (75-90*) WANTED - Young Man to learn newspaper offset printing operatlon.Draft exempt status, some knowledge of machinery, high school education, basic requirements. Apply In writing to MIDWEST PRINTING & LITHOGRAPHING CO.,. Box 535, Algona. (71ft) WANTED - Custom Plowing, with 6-bottom equipment. RUSCH BROS., Lone Rock. Ph. 9253402 or 925-3407. (70-75*) WANTED - Lady to do house work for man and 11 year old boy. Call - 295-3417. (72-75*) FOR RINT FOR RENT - 2 Bedroom Duplex, Available now, Call 295-9153 after 2 p. m. (68tfn) LONE ROCK - The Fenton twp. Homemaker's Tea was held Friday at the home of Mrs. Milford Mitchell with Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and Mrs. Ray Laabs as co-hostesses. Election of officers was held and Mrs. Ray Laabs was elected president, Mrs. Mitchell, v-president, Mrs. Bud Miller, publicity. Guest speaker was Mrs. Glen Clark, Swea City, who told about her trip to Washington D. C. Mrs. Bud Miller gave a talk on "World Understanding," Mrs. Clair Bol- llnger talked on Weed arrangements. Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf were guests. - o - Mrs. Blanch Clement, Hettinger, N. D.. and Claude Whitehill called on Mrs. Maude Blanchard Friday. Mrs. Maude Blanchard visited her daughter's family, the Alfred Schultzs last week and they all went to see her great granddaughter and the Schultzs' first grandchild at the Gary Schultzs, Cedar Fall. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz are parents of an 8 Ib. 6 oz. girl born Sept. 14 and have named her Cozette Marie. This is Mrs. Blanchard's 26th great-grandchild. The Delbert Blanchard family, Cedar Falls, spent Sunday at the Edward Blanchard home. Callers at the Amanda Pettit home to celebrate her 87th birthday Oct. 3 were Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen and Brenda, Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weerts, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. James Long, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna and family, Rev. and Mrs. Sheer and family, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder. Willis Bellinger, son of Clair Bellingers, left Wednesday for the service and is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Richard Knoll son of the Wm. Knolls, had an appendectomy Monday and returned home Friday. Mrs. Andrew Thompson entertained a birthday club on Saturday in honor of Mrs. Jack Quinn. Will Hillman, Fairmont, and Wilfred Hillman, Sherburn, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Mary Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Everhart, Eagle Grove, called on Florence Yager Sunday. Mrs. Hazel Leming, Carthage, Mo., arrived at the home of Mrs. Mary Genrich Friday. Maynard Genrich and wife came the following Thursday. The Art Person family spent Sunday at the Ruth Hoppe home at Fairmont. Lee Person, who spent a week at the home of his daughter, the Milo Bonebrakes at Winnebago, returned home Sunday. Mrs. Rose Kraft entertained her birthday club Monday in honor of Mrs. Florence Schroeder. Guests included Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. Andrew Thomsen, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Ruth Krueger and Mrs. Mary Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Menz, twin sons, Bret and Bradley, Swisher, are visiting from Sunday to Thurs. at the parental homes, the Delmar Fischers" and Clarence Menzs. Fashions Of World Shown Here Monday Dolls of many countries from the collection of Mrs. A. Eason adorned the tables at the annual Style Show of St. Ann Auxiliary, held Monday at the Algona Country Club. The theme being "Around the World Fashions", clothes were modeled from foreign countries along with many beautiful fall fashions of local merchants. With Marsha Parrish playing the organ and Dottie Greenberg narrating the fashion show got under way. Clothes were modeled by Peg Adams, Esther Smith, Ann Bohannon and Pat Harris for Sheakley's. Chrischilles used as their models Sue Moulton, Madonna Skogstrom, Nyda Kolp and Clara Shilts. Gwen Harris, JudyThor- son and Mrs. Mark McGuire modeled for Christensen's. S & L, with the new high school Homecoming Queen, Judy Egel leading their models, also chose Marjo Pomplun andDebbie Will. Flora Bradley, Marth Nash, Carol Sloniker, Diane Harris and Margaret Utt were chosen by Graham's. J. C. Penney chose Pat Shaw, Mary Beth Sterba and Ann Penton. Much to the delight of the audience a Hawaiian hula dance was performed by Peg Wildin while modeling her Hawaiian costumes. Our Swedish exchange student modeled clothes from Sweden which she had made herself, Mrs. Jane Wildin a beautiful silk kimono from Japan, Mrs. Luke Linnan, a black silk costume and veil from Iraq. Spanish clothes were modeled by Sally WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA (75) 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 i-naays 'Til 8:30 P. M. *- Closed Saturdays AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. M9or* Phent: 295-3507 Bay, which were made for her in Spain this summer and lastly a Japanese kimono by Susan Illg. Door prizes were awarded by Mrs. J. Harris, president of the auxiliary, to Mrs. Clarice Kresensky, Mrs. Merle Potter, Mrs. Arthur Rlstau, Mrs. Bill McGuire and Mrs. Ltiella Bishop. Legal Notice NOTICE OF VACTION OF COUNTY ROAD TO: The Iowa State Highway Commission, Wayne Mann, Florence McGuire, and Iowa Electric Light & PowerCo., and To Whom It May Concern: You and each of you are hereby notified that the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors propose to vacate the following described real estate to-wlt: That portion of the North Thirty-three feet (N 33 ft.) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-three(23),Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, which lies west of U. S. Highway 169, and that portion of the South Thirty-three . feet (S 33 ft.) of the Southeast 9uarter(SE 1/4) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, which lies West of U. S. Highway 169, You are further notified that the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors have set a hearing on said proposed vacation to be held at Algona, Iowa, on the 1st day of November, 1965, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. In the Board room of the Kossuth County Courthouse, and that unless you appear and object, said vacation will be allowed. Please take notice of this matter and govern yourselves accordingly. KOSSUTH COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BY: A. M. Kollasch, Chairman (75) Thursday, October 7, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Des-Molnet-9 HERBST REAL ESTATE Good Home Buys Two More Sold This Week: 411 South Jones __.. SOLD 3 bdrm. brick SOLD NEW LISTING — 3 bdrm., family home, large kitchen, excellent location, 514 S. Harlon, l'/a baths, attached garage. Owner leaving town. Two Bedroom Homes Near new. 1909 E. Linden, new area, economical to own §11,500 Close in, 4 E. Kennedy, clean, oak floors, low heat cost, nice kitchen 310,800 2 or 3 bdrm., 516 S. Thor- ingtnn «ar?gp good family home, on large lot . NOW $9.900 Three Bedroom Homes New 1 yrs. ago, 913 N. Wooster. Attached garage, tiled bath, on wooded lot ONLY $1,3.900 Brand New, Ranch Home, Double Attached Garage. Basement, 1609 E" Linden . . 817,500 Four Bedroom Homes Clean. 2-story, bath down, close to town, 218 S. Thorington .. _- $10,500 Want Room — See the Me- Man on home —704 E. Call. 2 firenlaces — Owners say — SELL.. SEE Joel M. Herbs! & Ted S, Herbst REAL ESTATE BROKERS (Over Pennev's) '65 CHRYSLER Newport 2-dr. Hardtop — Demonstrator. Mist blue. $ave hundreds on this demo, that cannot be told from new I '64 DODGE Custom 880 4 dr. 8 cyl., Torqueflite, power steering. Many extras on this fine deluxe car in Turquoise color. '64 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 dr., radio, pwr. strg., auto, trans., whltewalls. many extras. A very fine one- owner car, Red & White. '62 DODGE 4 door, 8 cyl., Torqueflite, power strg., very clean. '62 MERCURY Meteor Custom 4 dr., 8 cyl. straight shift, One owner — very sharp! '60 OLDS Super 88 4 dr. AIR CONDITIONED. Many extras including power steering and brakes. See this one owner car. 59 FORD Galaxie 4 dr., 8 cyl. w/auto. trans. Turquoise & white. Sharp carl only $595. '59 PLYMOUTH 4 dr., 8 cyl., straight shift. '58 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4 dr., "392" engine, power steering, Torqueflite: '58 PLYMOUTH Station Wag., 4 dr., 8 cyl., automatic, radio. Very good cond. • TRUCKS • '63 CHEVROLET Vi Ton P/U, 8 ft. box, V-8, posi-traction ax., low miles, very nice. '61 INTERNATIONAL Vi Ton Pickup. 8 cyl., 3 speed. New paint. $795. '52 FORD 'A Ton P/U, V-8, grain box. $195. '49 CHEVROLET 1 Ton, comb, stock & grain box. Way above average. PERCIVAL'S DODOE * CHRYSLER I*, Phllllpi it, Alflona DANCE FRL OCT. II - VFW HALl Music by THE GRAND PRES VFW ROW WOW GUESTS AND PUBLIC INVITED •i ATTENTION FARMERS! Attend the Large Sale at the ARMSTRONG SALES COMPANY Every Monday Night at 7 p. m. 500 • 1,000 Choice calvet arriving each week 400 • 500 Mixed steen and helfen • Attend this sale before you buy your stock cattle • PRIVATE SALE DAILY For Estimate on Livestock or if you need a Truck - * CALL 864-3080 * ABEL & CLARK Armstrong, Iowa (70-77) 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 PUBLIC AUCTION Sat. Oct. 9 1:30 p. m. G. O. McFARLAND ESTATE 4 blks. north of telephone office in Burt, la. 1953 Ford/ 2-Wheel Trailer; Pump Jack & Motor; 2-Bottom Plow; 2-Row Corn Planter; New Idea Corn Picker; Elevator; Fan Pack Ventilator for Chicken House; Feeders; Wa- terers & Steel Nests; 3-16ft. Steel Gates; Apt. Gas Stove; Refrigerator; Westinghouse TV & Antenna; 3 Piece Bedroom Set; 2 Beds; Chest of Drawers; Round Table & 6 Chairs/Kitchen Table & 2 Chairs; Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner; Toaster; Mixer; Skillet; Waffle Iron; Dishes; Fruit Jars; 3 Lawn Chairs; Oil Heater; Tools & Other Miscellaneous Items. Blanche Long, Executor Carroll Fraser, Auctioneer Terms Cash

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