The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 11
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Buy in eliin Rent] n g 8\ Employment .,. For Best Res mSmBtmmWUimuUHnmHmmKBmmimmmmm*^ ^^^^ ^^_. . ^^^^ ^^^^^^_ ^^^^~ ^^^^ .^^^^^^^. j^___j|_* jjgg^g^g|~^^ WANT ADS *fifi StJlliS WAIT ¥p TtfE . FASTEST* RESULTS I Alflwaa apper Dos Moinei Clarified ftaiet 8c Pet Word, Cash in Advance 6c Per Word, Charged BOc Minimum Copy-Deadline Wednesday, 2 p.m. • * * ;. UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week! • PHONE CY 4-3535 • For Sale FOR SALE — SURGE MILKING 'machine, 2 yrs, old; Iowa cream separator: 400 bales alfalfa hay Art Mulligan, Bancroft. Phone 4806. • 1* F6R SALE T- 400 BALES WILD , hay; 300 bales alf.alfa and Brome. ; Raymond Kramer, Al- gbna. . CY 4-4718. 1* Wanted '; WANTED MAN OR WOMAN FROM THIS area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No selling. Age not essential. Car, references and $690 working capital necessary; 7-12 hours weekly could net. up to $200 monthly. Possibility full time work. For local interview give phone and particulars Write Box 5495, Minneapolis, Minn. 1-2 BOOKS WANTED -4 WILL PAY $12.00 good 2 yblume set "History Kossuth County" by Reed. Describe condition. H. Sender, Box 25, Kansas City, Missouri. , 1-2 Card of Thanks CARD 5P THANKS We Wish t<5 extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to frietldS and relatives for the floral arid spiritual bouquets, cards, food and everyone W.ho helped in every Way following the death of out 1 beioyed husband and father? Melvin Olson. Mrs Melvin Olson and Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson. 1* FOR SALE — ADDIATOR ADD ing machine, adds and subtracts, includes 'pocket carrying case, from $3.98 up, — an ideal, practical gift, and something really • NEW .'.. at the . .Upper . Des Mdines office supply dept., 111 E. Gall 'St., Algona. ' 50tf FOR SALE — 60 FEEDER PIGS, -• vac. & cast. — 65"'to 70 : lbs.; 35 feeder pigs — 55 to 60 Ibs.; 25 leader pigs — 35 Ibs. Herb Weydert, phone CY;4-4790. 1 WANTED — INTELLIGENT high.school, .graduate, to train for profession normally oper only to college graduates. ^Ne local man whose ambition is greater than have been, his opportunities who : l Would ' like s to embark <m career in advertising Must be literate, personable, and self-propelled. Starting salary average, future unlimited. Tell about yourself in a letter to Box 9, Upper Des Moihes. } Include local references and your tele- hone number. ;A11 'inquiries theld n strict confidence. . 51tf CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and relatives for floral and spiritual bouquets, cards food and every one who helped in .every way following the death of our mother, Mary Harig Mr and Mrs" Rudolph Harig, Mr and'Mrs Douglas Wildin, Mr and Mrs Raymond Harig, Mr and Mrs Farm Equipment TRACTORS 1953 Super MD , 1951 SC Case 1946 John Deere "A" (2) Minneapolis Moline "Z's" F-20 Farmall CC Case VAC Case SHELLERS 1954 "E" MM W/PTO Drive 1953 "E" MM 1953 "E" MM' w/PTO Drive 1949. Noi 8 John Deere 1952 "E" MM w/PTO Drive SHELLER HEADQUARTERS FOR NORTHWEST IOWA BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMEN1 "Your Authorized MM, Kelly- Ryan & Papec Dealer" ALGONA crvlcemen Home Two service men from this community spent the holidays with their parents. Richard Meyer, stationed nt Port Carson, Colorado, arrived home lost Wednesday for the holidays. Richard Looft, stationed at Port Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, on Tuesday Adrian Harig. 2* CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to relatives and friends for calls, cards, flowers and other gifts I received at jutheran hospital and at home. Wm, L.Bell ••*:.••. 1 Notice , arrived home jcforo Christmas. Attend Baptism Mr and Mrs Roy Klein attended the baptismal services of their granddaughter, Sonia Ann Freiermuth, at the Methodist church at Fenton. Rev. Harvey Walker officiated. Also present for the services were the paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Frank*Freiormuth of Esthcrville. Sonia Ann is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Ronald Frclermulh. Her father was discharged Nov 26 after four years in the navy. FOR SALE — 22 HfiAD -WHITE.-•/ face calves, 8 heifers, 14 steers, weight .around 450 Ibs. Y Robert Rusher, LuVerne, la. Phone TU 2-3436. ' ' ••'."'•; 1-2* HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT 1 LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES.- IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CANT GET IT, IT • IS NOT MANUFACTURED. * DIAMOND'S.' v 46U FOR SALE — .FEEDER PIGS 'Art Kohlhaas, 6 ..miles S;, l'/ W. of Algona. 1* AMANA FREfiZERS, & COM- BINATJQN; v Snfad^^WHOLE- SALE Prices 'OnV'A'lF Amaru Freezers On Hand This Week If You Are Buying A Freezer Oi Combination.. .Be Sure To Checl Our Prices. Ta^lbr- Implemen Co.,- Algona. '• FOR SALE ,—:MILKING MA xchine, complete,'! 1 e as on a blj •priced. Ralph Kenne, Livermore -" 53-1 WANTED 1953 OR LATER model car, preferably the Low Three*; Robert-Metzger, Algona. Phone CY 4-4076. ' 1-2* SALESMEN WANTED OPPORTUNITY" FOR PERSON RETIRED or needing. additional income. A good Rawleigh ausiness is hard to beat. Opening now in Algona. Write Rawleigh's Dept. IAA-51-338, iFreeport, 111 CAN PLACE,MAN IN ALGONA area. '. Also'/one in nearby 'area Job worth $5200 a year. Mar ried, not over 40. .For interview write P.O. Box 273, Garner, la 1-2 . CARD OF THANKS We wish tb thank friends and relatives for the flowers, mempr- ,als, CaMs, food and help during bur recent bereavement. Mrs Walter Lbckwood, Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood, Mr. and. Mrs Arnold -Clark and children. 1* NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there is to be no further cutting of timber on our lands in Seclion 19 plum Creek arid Section 24 Union Townships, Kosauth County, Iowa. McEnroe Bros. . 1* Lost & Found endgate/for .a'Fiasco"-box, on Highway No/18 Between Algona and Forest City road. Call James T. McEnroe, CY'4-4710; Generous reward. 53-1 CARD OF THANKS ' : I Would like to say thank you, to everyone Who sent me cards, letters, and flowers, for the many prayers and masses .and also for the many visits of friends and relatives during my stay in the hospital and since returning home. May God bless each one of you. Al Erpelding. 1* . CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks, to friends and relatives Who expressed their sympathy in so many thoughtful ways, during our bereavement in the death of our beldved mother. The Kathryn Thilges children ' .' "- 1* Students From Seneca Head Back To School 'FOUND Pair of rubbers and felt hat, at KG Hall. Write Box 66, BFD, 1, Algona. 1* Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE — WITH POSSES- '"sion soon — family 4 bedroom home, 3 bedrooms ' and bath, up, 1: bedroom and new bath down, new kitchen, large living room tvith carpet included, paved, seldom have such good location hear Catholic church and close in too, $13,000 — See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. • ... 3 FOR SALE BY OWNERS — 20!) acre farm, well-improved, all tillable, level. Possession March 1st. Raymond Nelson or George A; Madison, Britt. 1-2* . CARD OF THANKS Thanks to all my relatives, friends, neighbors, for the lovely cards, letters, flowers, and visits, when in hospital at Rochester and at home, also for food, and all other .acts and kindness since returning home. May God bless you all. Mrs Henry Kueck. 1* NO T,I C E NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF HOME FED- EHAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, ALGONA, IA. Notice is hereby.- given of the anuual meeting .-of {all members of the"Home Federal Sayingsiand .Loan Association on January 21st; 1959 at 2:00 p.m... at the office of the association located at 220 East State street, Algbna, la., said meeting'to be held in accordance with the articles and .by-laws of the Association and for the election of directors whose terms expire, reading of. reports and for the transaction of any other ousiness of the associatipn that may come up before the m ^f mg ' LaBarre President FOR SALE — POSSESSION , soon, 6 room fiouse and 3 lots just south new Catholic High, buy «nd grow in value. with area, vacant now ,low price — See Joel M. Herbst.or Ted S. Herbst. J Miscellaneous FARM MANAGEMENT Farm Appraisals — Farm' Soles NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative • FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone CY 4-2706 WANT ADS BRJNG, REStfLTS WANTED! House To Rent. Must Have Al The Comforts Of Home. I Forgo To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For Som Good Fire-Wind-Hail Insuranc Before My Own Home Burned Down. Seneca —'College students con- luded their holiday vacation and eturned. to their respective col- eges over the weekend. Kathryn Johannesen, Raymond Wilberg and David Looft returned to Luther College at Decorah; Donald Nielsen and R o b e r 1 Crouch, Iowa State College, at Ames; Margaret Fischer and Sharon.Dorsey to State Teachers College at Cedar Falls; ^-Roger Nielsen to Waldorf College, Forest City; and Lola Meyer, Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. Fete Classmates Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner entertained, members of the graduating classes of 1056 nnd 1957 al their home Monday evening. They •were members of the classes. Enjoying the courtesy ware Margaret Fischer, Kathryn Johannesen, Sharon Dorsey, Ronald Johannesen, Laddie Hurlburt, ,Dwanc Johannesen, Marcia Hartshorn, David Looft, Mr and Mrs Ronald Frcicnnulh and Eugene Gardner. Delbert and Guil Kauffman, students at Orange Coast Junior College, Calif., left Friday morning on their return trip after having spent the Christmas holidays with their parents, the Russell Kauffmans. Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill and daughter of Decorah visited at the parental Olaf Oftedahl home during the Christmas holidays. Mr and Mrs Donald Baldwin of Minnenpois accompanied Mr nnd Mrs Cecil Baldwin to DCS Moincs for the Christmas holiday's nt the A. N. Storm home. Mr and Mrs Jack Lflofl nttfl son Tommy of Iowa City, Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, Dick and David nnd Mrs Berth o Pomrhcf of Al- gonn were Friday guests nt the Gerrlt DeWaord home near Ti- tonkn, Bob Hanisch, who is a patient at the Methodist, hospital at Rochester, is reported to be recuperating, Mrs Hnnisch and Carol, who came home Hast .Sunday after having been with liim pi the hospital, report that ho expected Lhe bondages to be taken off on Friday. The Hanisch family drove to Rochester last Wednesday so they could spend Christinas Eve with him at the hos'pitn1< Mr and Mrs Jock Looft and Tommy returned, to Iowa City Sunday after spending the holidays nt the Henry Looft home nnd the Elmer Hartshorns al Brill. Mr nnd Mrs Win Gilchrisl nnd Billy of St. Joseph, Mo. spent the Christmas holidays at the O. R. Patterson home. Thursday, Jan. 8, 1959 Alflona (In.) Upper Dtt Mofni»-S LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs E. M, JetiRcn, Mrs A. A. Krueger nnd Mrs Roy Jensen were luncheon guests in DolUver nt the Edna Stow homo Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine had for New Years guests Mr and Mrs Charles Kurtz of DCS Moines, t>nd Rev. Albert Kurtz and fam* ily of Clenr Lake. SLASH FUEL Enjoy COSTLY BILLS! i cleaner. 24 Yearling Holstein Heifers, Calfhood Bangs Vaccinted And Open. 2'/2 miles West of Bancroft on blacktop & VA mile North. Phone 5925, Bancroft. Francis McGregor, (1-2*) : ATTENTION! ALL POULTRY RAISERS! Are you fed up with the low prices you are receiving for eggs. Let us show you how to gross $1.20 per dozen year'round. Amazing new merchandising plan now vailable for first time. Be the irsl one in your area to take dvantage of this revolutionary irogram. Write now: AMCO 3424 East Lake Street Minneapolis, Minn. (1) warmer, safer home with CHIMNEY SWEEP Sec the difference, save the difference —when you clean out dirty, dnngcrous, heat-stealinjt soot with safe.economical Chimney Sweep. Get Liquid for oil burners and kerosene heaters; get new. improved Powder for coal and wood furnaces, fireplaces. stoves. Both easy to use! 1 Ib. 3 Ibs. ft. . POWDER LIQUID SEE ; Or Call Me For Insurance On Little Trucks, Big Trucks, Panel Trucks, Delivery ' Trucks; Farm' Trucks, Permit Trucks, -; L S.^BQHANNON E. Of Iowa State Bank CY 4-4443 Belter Bates — Better Service TFN OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Responsible person from this area, to service and collect from new type automatic dispensers. No selling. Age not essential. Car, references, and $400.00 to $800.00 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 hour* weekly nets up to $300.00 monthly. Possibility fulltime work.. For local interview, give phone and particulars. Write P.O. Box 210 Hopkins, Minnesota. , Modern Decorators Shop READ'S NTING FOR IE HARDWARE ALGONA ROTO-ROOTER Rqzor-Kleens without replacement Clogged Up Drains in Kitchen, Bath, or Basement. JtOJO- COWAN'S ROTO ROOTER SERVING KOSSUTH COUNTY PHONE CY 4-3523 ALGONA The Only National Sower Service Available Locally AT THE Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. JIVE,'toll SKAUMWA Pbene§Y 44535 l&y&0$i^^ WINDOW SHADES By Joanna Western . . . and a complete Selection Of DRAPERY HARDWARE By Graber ® Traverse Rods £ Cafe Rods 9 Cornices Everything For The Drapier IU5T WIIT Qf THI COURTHOUSi Perfect For Christmas Gifts PAINT-BY-NUMBER 1.00 $3.00 MAN PS CAR8UYS! For All Sizes ft Wolghi* o! t ARPS You Do BeiiM Al WILLE'S CAHVA8 8e Upholstery 206 We«i Stale, Algeria- TFN .USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE See This '53 Plymouth .... 2-Door* Belvedere Hardtop. In The Best Of Cohdilion. Two-Tone Paint. Near New Whitewall Tires. Sealcovers, .Spblless —- Inside and Out. PERCIVAL MOTORS Dodge-Plymouth SIHBBBHBBBHBHBHBBMI ..._....__-__,-. - . ..-.- ...... .. - 1 TAYLOR'S Used Cars 1956 MERCURY — Moniclair 4- Door — Power Steering -^ Power Brakes — Sharpl 1955 BUICK—Special 4 - Door Hardtop — Extra-Nicel 1955 MERCURY — 4- Door Radio — Healer — Overdrive —fA-Bharpjifln^ 1954 MERCURY — 2-Door Hard top — Mercomatic — Radio — Heater — Sporty! 1953 MERCURY — 2-Door Hardtop — Mercomalic — Radio Heater — Sharp! 1954 DODGE — 2-Door Sedan — Automatic Transmission — Heater — Two-Tone — Clean! 1951 CHEVROLET — 4 - Door Sedan — Powerglide — Radio — Heater. 1951 FORD — Victoria Hardtop — Fordomatic — Radio — ' Heater. 1951 FORD — 4-Door Sedan — Overdrive — Radio — Healer — Nice! See The Nice Selection OI EDSEL And MERCURY Cars On Hand At TAYLOR'S Now! We're Ready To Deal... So See Us LAST! TAYLOR MERCURY - EDSEL ALGONA 1 BUY OF THE WEEK! MOORE Combination Gas, Coal & Wood RANGE $49.95 Ranges Frigidaire Electric Range — Dou* ble Oven - $99.95 Universal Electric Range — _________________ $49.95 Westinghouse 40" Electric Range ..... _________ ___ $99.95 Washers & Dryers Apex Conventional Washer — New Guarantee ____ $69.95 Frigidaire, rebuilt, all porcelaU , Washer, one year guarantee ' • ' Easy Spin-Dryer Was $229.95 — NOW ___ _________ $100.00 1 Yr. Guaranteel Refrigerators Crosley Refrigerator — $49.91 Frigidaire 8 cu. ft., sealed unit $50 ^ _ ^rjp. Westinghouse 8 cu. ft. seatef unit - $25.00 Kelvinator 8 Cu. Ft. Ref rigeratol -$49.95 i TAKE FOR 8 PAYMENTS of $5 EACH SINGER ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE $5.00 tAROIST SiLECTION IN NORTHWEST IOWA , ,,-.,•- AT . , ,- ; - : En l» ltwir% 1^1 mm APPLIANCES 1958 FORD Fairlane "500". ! Cruisomatic transmission, power steering and power j brakes. Interceptor motor. 1955 BUICK Special 4 Dr. Radio, heater, dynaflow. low mileage. 1954 StUDEBAKER President 4 door. Radio, heater, automatic transmission, tinted glass, power steering and power brakes. New snow tires. 1953 CHEVROLET 2 ,door Straight 8 motor, radio, heat* er, automatic transmission, Low mileage, one car. 1952 CHEVROLET 2 door, Radio, heater. Runs good, , paint, 1950 FORD '/» T, , paint, 4 new t|r&f, 34,p9? actual T-VSETS Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On AH New Westinghouse T.V.'s Being Bought Here! Vacuum Cleanets Upright and tank type vacuum cleaners ... $10 and up USED ELECTRIC MOTORS No have them, all sixes from 'A H.P. to 1% H.P. all work OK A Complete Line Of Small pliances, Including Mlxew,'ToBB*« ers, Hot Plates, etc, ,4»8t 'toJs U S _ We Cart Sav? Vw •• M On Good Merchandise ' J ^' '"' EASY TElMS If DBSIREP '

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