For Besf Result SERVICES Get Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP "T-V VIEWERS" Plenty of Good USED SETS Beginning As Low As $50 See Them At ALGONA REFRIGERATION ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Phonograph Records "~ P6pular — Children — Classii KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. State Phone CY 4-465] F-R-E- E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS for evening appointments Phone CY 4-3690 CY 4-4609 or CY 4-2019 Store — CY 4-3837 R. O. Bjustrom — CY 4-3GOO Frank Moulton — CY 4-4G09 J. D. Burns — CY 4-2019 Jackie Kelley — CY 4-3780 Established 1925 Easy Terms KEYS MADE at Coast-to-Coast Maonn Four Walls Without A Roof Which I Cannot Afford To Replace. I Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For Complete Fire Hail — Wind Insurance Before The Windstorm! REINSBACH PAINTING —and— DECORATING Sheetrock Finishing FREE ESTIMATES Clyde Reinsbctch Ph. 5372 Bancroft (2-5*) THE SUKE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS ! Algona Upper Des Moinei Classified Rates ic Per Word, Cash in Advance ic Per Word, Charged iOc Minimum Copy Deadline Wednesday, 2 p.m UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week ! 0 PHONE CY 4-3535 4 For Sale FOR SALE — GOOD ALFALFA hay, first and second cutting, Vz mile west of radio station, Bob Buscher, Algona. 2-3* FOR SALE — ADDIATOR ADD- ing machine, adds and sub- iracls, includes pocket carrying case, from $3.98 up — an ideal, practical gift, and something really NEW... at the Upper Des Moines office supply dept., Ill E. Call SI., Algona. '"'50tf FOR SALE — 24 FOOT TRAILER house, excellent shape, bottle gas, lavatory, sleeps 3. Must sell, reasonable. Walter Bowman, Hillcrest Trailer Court. Call after 4 p.m. 2" FOR SALE — 22 HEAD WHITE- face calves, 8 heifers, 14 steers, weight around 450 Ibs. Robert Rusher, Lu Verne, la. Phone TU 2-3436. 1-2* FOR SALE — ONE CHESTNUT riding pony. 1 mile west and 4 miles north of Wesley, Maurice Laubenthal. 2* HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CAN'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. 46tl FOR SALE — 1950 PLYMOUTH "Suburban" station wagon. Worth Hudspeth. Phone .2877, Wesley. • 2* For Sale FOR SALE — 160 ACRE, UN- improved, extra good — Palo Alto County — Jerry M. Lewis Broker, Algona, Iowa. 2* FOR SALE BY OWNERS — 20!i acre farm, well-improved, all tillable, level. Possession March 1st. Raymond Nelson or George A. Madison. Britt. 1-2* FOR SALR — EXTRA GOOD ' unimproved 80 acre?, Burl township. Possession under 1959 loi'sc. Jerry M. Lewis, Broker Algona, la. ' 2-3* FARMS FOR SALE 160 A. Burl Township — All under cultivation — fairly good blcl^.s. Possession March 1st or will ivnt for 1 year. ICQ A. Eagle Township — No bldgs. — 91) A. undiT cultivation. Balance pasture land _ $170 per A. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, lu. Cy 4-3174 Farm Equipment FOR SALE — MeCORMICK 444 planter with wire and fertilizer attachment, V rubber wheels $;i75.00. Louis Ferstl, Algona, la. Phone CY 4-3328. 2* FOR SALE — NEW AND GOOD used silo unloadcrs; also food- ing equipment. R. D. Brotherton, Fort Dodge, In. 2-4* HOOSEWIV p ar t time, without interfering with your family responsibilities, or full employment. Local assignments with nationally known organization, number 1 in its field. Definite guaranteed income for those accepted. Pleasing personality and best references required. This is not a traveling nor usual canvassing position. For local interview, write Field Enterprises, Box 517, Storm Lake, Iowa . . . give age, education, experience, address and telephone number. Wanted WANTED — MARRIED MAN for farm work, dairy, modern house, year around work. Hugh M. Black, CY 4-3939, Algona. 2-3* CAN PLACE MAN IN ALGONA area. Also one in nearby area. Job worth $5200 a year. Married, not over 40. For interview write P.O. Box 273, Garner, la. 1-2 WANTED — WORK CARING for elderly or ailing couple. Mrs Velma Abbas, West Bend. Phone 3301. 2« 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 HELP WANTED — MARRIED man for year-round farm work. Inquire la. Employment Service. Algona. 2* BOOKS WANTED — WILL PAY $12.00 good 2 volume set "History Kossuth County" by Reed. Describe condition. H. Sender, Box 25, Kansas City, Missouri. 1-2 WANTED — INTELLIGENT high school graduate to train for profession normally open only to college graduates. Need local man whose ambition is greater than have been his opportunities who would like to embark on career in advertising. Must be literate, personable, and self-propelled. Starting salary average, future unlimited. Tell about yourself in a letter to Box 69, Upper Des Moines. Include 2 local references and your telephone number. All inquiries held in strict confidence. 51tf HELP WANTED WANTED AT ONCE — MAN pR woman to supply Rawleigh household necessities ,to consumers in Algona. Full or part time. A postal card will bring you full details without obligation. Write Rawleigh's Dept., IAA-51-271. Frceport, 111. 2* WANTED — 1953 OR LATER model car, preferably the Low Throe. Robert Metzger, Algona. Phono CY 4-4076. 1-2* Card of Thanks WANTED — GIRL FOR GRO- cery check-put work. Full time. Apply in person at Hood's Super- Valu Food Stove. 2 WANTED — CLEAN COTTON rags — not overalls or blankets UPPER DES MO1NES PUB. CO. 24 Yearling Holstein Heifers, Calfhood Bangs Vaccinted And Open. 2'/2 miles West of Bancroft on blacktop & V4 mile North. Phone 5925, Bancroft. Francis McGregor, (1-2*) CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors who expressed their sympathy in so many ways following the death of our mother and grandmother. Mr and Mrs Lyle Sleele and family, Mrs William Moon and' family. 2* CARD OF THANKS We wish to lake this means of expressing our sincere thanks to all our relatives, many, many friends whose kindness and sympathy offered us comfort during the illness and death of our loved one. The many cards, floral offerings, memorials and contributions were greatly appreciated and will always be remembered. The family of Carl Groh, Mrs Carl Groh, Jerry and Diane, Mr and Mrs John Groh, Mr and Mrs Daryl Frederick family. 2 CARD OF THANKS Thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbors for the cards, gifts and visits during the recent hospitalization of our son, Keith. Mr and Mrs Amos Meyer. 2* Livermore Girl Bride Jan. 2 Of Bode Man Livermore —_ Marilyn Gronbach became the bride of Donald Christiansen, Friday, Jan. 2, al an 8 o'clock double ring service read by Rev. Donald Heck at the Livermore Immanuel Lutheran church. Miss Gronbach is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Leroy Gronbach of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Art Christiansen of Bode are the bridegroom's parents. Patty Gronbach was her sister's niaid of honor. The bridesmaid was a friend, Miss Marilyn McKenna of Fort Dodge. Ronald Christianson of Bode served his brother as best man. OPPORTUNITY Do you realize that your abilities to meet and talk to people have a large income earning potential which possibly you are not being paid for today. Many men earned, in our business lesl year, from $5,000 to $15,000. We have nothing to sell you, but the opportunity to make money is awaiting the right men — Starling salary $75.00 a week plus bonus. If you are between 21-45, have a car, free to be away from home Monday through Friday, ready to begin at once — then see Mr Butler, Hotel Algona, Wed., Jan. 14, 5-7 p.m. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW! BY Northrup King And Twin-City You'll Be Sure Of Getting What You Want, When You Want It! FLOUR & FEED S. Phillips St. CY 4-2701 SHOP THE EASY WAY WILKNIT offers a complete line of hosiery for all the family, including stretch hose, mercerized coiion anklets, popular while bobby socks and attractive knee-high hose. • Euy the hose designed for beauty and durability . . . . buy WILKNIT, the stocking completely guaranteed against runs, snags or holes within a specified period (or new hosiery free). For information contact: Phone 5-3767 Lone Rock, Iowa (2*) A friend, Jim Moen of Bode, was groomsman. Maurice Olson and Maurice Schumacher were ushers. Teri Lyn Gronbach, sister of the bride, and Kathy Cran, cousin of the bride, were flowci girls. A reception for 175 guests was held in the Fellowship Hall of the Church immediately following the ceremony. Mr and Mrs Guy Raney, uncle and aunt of the bride, were host and hostess. Ruth Christianson, sister of the bridegroom, took care of the guest book. The gift table was in charge of Jan Hanse, Karen Peclerson, Paula Jarvis and Karen Jacobsen all schoolmates of the bride. Mrs Emma Rolland, aunt of the bridegroom, cut the wedding cake. Mrs Roy Brown and Lonna Foley poured. The waitresses were Sharon Bjornson, Caro'. Gronbach, Irene Ehrhardt and Marcia Dale. Members of the Ladies Aid took charge of the kitchen. The new Mrs Christiansen is a 1958 graduate of Twin Rivers high school and after Jan. 12 will be employed at the Sawyers super market in Livermore where the couple will reside. The bridegroom is a 1957 graduate of Twin Rivers school and is employed at the D-X service station at Bode. passed away Monday, at the Lake Mills hospital. Surviving him are five brothers — Menno, Titonka, Jake of Cottonwood, Montana, Albert of Forest City, Andrew of Crystal Lake, and Henry of Ames, and two sisters, Dona, Mrs Gco. Bauman of Beachslonc, So. Dakota and Anna, Mrs Joe Dustin of Ryder, N. Dakota. Mrs Oscar S. Olson of Northwood left Friday after a week assisting at the home of her daughter Mrs Harley Lehman and new grandson Jeffrey Scott Lehman. Mr and Mrs Donald Graham and family have moved into the former home of Mrs Anna Missal the first part of the month. Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller of Albert Lea returned to their home Thursday after visiting a week at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and other friends around Titonka. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricks and Kevin were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Harley Lehman and Jeffrey Scott. Mrs Wm. Everding and baby daughter Lois Ann came home from the Britt hospital Sunday. Thursday, Jan. 15, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-S The baby was born January 7, weighing 7 Ibs. 14 oz. Mrs Esther Peterson was taken to the Hancock Memorial hospital Monday. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and family. The occasion was Mrs Sachau's birthday. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT SEE Or Call Me For Insurance On Little Trucks, Big Trucks, Panel Trucks, Delivery Trucks, Farm Trucks, Permit Trucks. L. S. BOHANNON E. Oi Iowa State Bank CY 4-4443 Better Rates — . Better Service TFN For All Sizes & Weights of T A R P S You Do Bettor At WILLE'S CANVAS 8t Upholstery 206 West State, Algona TFN Titonka Man's Brother Dies At Lake Mills Titonka — Mr and Mrs Menno Everding attended the funeral Thursday of Mr Everding's brother, Edward Everding 64, who FOR BETTER BUYS IN USED CARS . . FOR FINEST CAR SERVICE.. FOR BEST CAR DEAL It's Always ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC-CADILLAC ALGONA USED CAR BUYS AT KENT MOTOR CO. 1958 STUDEBAKER 2-dr. Scotsman WAGON. 1957 FORD Custom "300" with V-8 engine, radio, heater and overdrive. 1956 FORD 2-door Victoria, with V-8 engine, radio, heater and overdrive. 1956 FORD V-8 Country Sedan Station wagon. Radio, heater, Fordomatic transmission, power steering. 1956 CHEVROLET 6 cylinder, 1 Ton truck. Chassis and cab, 1955 FORD V-8 Convertible. Radio and heater. 1955 FORD Crown Victoria, with V-8 engine, Fordomatic trans,, radio, heater and all extras. Also has low mileage and is spic and span. 1955 FORD Fairlane "500" with V-8 engine, radio, heater and Fordomatic. 19S5 CHEVROLET Club Coupe with power glide, power sleering, power brakes, radio and V-8 engine. 1952 STUDEBAKER 4-door. 1953 CHEVROLET Panel Delivery truck. USED GAR BUYS! 1958 EDSEL 4-door Corsair Hardtop. 17,000 miles. Loaded with equipment. Beautiful 2-tone red and gray. 1958 FORD Fairlane "500". Cruisomatic transmission, power steering and power 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. 1952 CHEVROLET 2 door. Radio heater. Runs good. New paint. 1952 DODGE Hardtop. Radio, heater, new tires. Automatic transmission. MOTOR CO. ALGONA, IOWA Good Used Cars At TAYLOR'S We Have 2 1958 EDSEL 4-Door ?acers, Fully Equipped. 2 Sharp Just-Like-New Cars! They Have lust Come In From Good Homes. See Them Now. 1956 MERCURY — 2-Door Hardtop — Mercomatic — Power Brakes — Radio 8c Heater — Tan And White Color. 1956 MERCURY — Montclair 4- Door — Power Steering — Power Brakes — Sharp! 1955 BUICK—Special 4 - Door Hardtop — Extra-Nice! 1955 MERCURY — 4 - Door — Radio — Healer — Overdrive — Sharp! 1954 MERCURY — 2-Door Hardtop — Mercomatic — Radio — Heater — Sporty! 1953 MERCURY — 2-Door Hardtop — Mercomatic — Radio Heater — Sharp! 1954 DODGE — 2-Dcor 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 — Heater — Nice! See The Nice Seleciioh Oi EDSEL And MERCURY Cars On Hand At TAYLOR'S Now! We're Heady To Deal... So See Us LAST! TAYIOR Mercury — Edsel ALGONA USED CARS 1957 CHEVROLET — 4-Door Sia lion Wagon — V-8 Engine — Powerglide — Radio — Whitewall Tires. * # * * 1957 CHEVROLET — 4-Door Bel Air Sedan — Power-pack V- 8 Engine — Powerglide Transmission — Radio — Only 21,000 Miles! * * * * 1957 PLYMOUTH — 2-Door Savoy Sedan — V-8 Engine — Automatic Transmission — Radio. * * * * 1957 FORD — Fairlane 4-Door Sedan — V-8 Engine —'Overdrive — Radio, * * * * 1957 CHEVROLET — 4-Door Bel Air Hardtop — Poworpack V-8 Engine — Powerglide — Radio — Whitewall Tires. * * * * 1955 MERCURY — Monterey 4- Door Sedan — Automatic Transmission — Radio — New Tires. * * * * 1954 CHEVROLET — Bel Aire 4- Door Sedan — Straight Transmission — Radio. * * * * 1953 CHEVROLET — Bel Aire 4- Door Sedan — Powerglide — Radio — X-tra Clean! * # * * 1953 FORD — 2-Door Sedan — V-8 Engine — Radio. >* + * * 1952 BUICK — Special 4-Door Sedan — Automatic Transmission — Radio. USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! MOORE Combination Gas, Coal & Wood RANGE $49.95 Ranges Frigidaire Electric Range — Double Oven - $99.95 Universal Electric Range — $49.95 Westinghouse 40" Electric Range $99.95 Washers & Dryers Apex Conventional Washer -« New Guarantee $69.9S Frigidaire, rebuilt, all porcelaU washer, one year guarantee - $99.95 Easy Spin-Dryer Was $229.95 NOW $100.00 1 Yr. Guarantee! 1951 FOHD Sedan Clean. Custom Radio - 2-Door - Very 1952 STUDEBAKER — Champion 4-Door Sedan — This Is A Cream-Puff — Only 32,000 Actual Miles! * * * * 1948 STUDEBAKER — Champion 4-Door Sedan — Lois Of Miles Left! USED TRUCKS 1957 CHEVROLET — 1-Ton Truck — Good Rubber — 4- Speed Transmission — Overload Springs — A Nice One! * * * * 1956 INTERNATIONAL — '/z- Ton Pickup — A Good Job With Only 26,000 Miles! 1954 CHEVROLET — 2-Ton Truck — Long Wheel Base — 8:25X20-10 Ply Tires — 2-Speed Axle. Refrigerators Crosley Refrigerator - $49.9S Frigidaire 8 cu. ft., sealed unit $50 Westinghouse 8 cu. ft. sealed unit — $25.00 Kelvinator 8 Cu. Ft. Refrigeratol - $49.95 TAKE FOR 8 PAYMENTS of $5 EACH SINGER ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE T-V SETS Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On All New Westinghouse T.V.'s Being Bought Herel 1953 CHEVROLET Pickup — Good! ','2-Ton 1952 INTERNATIONAL — 2-Ton Truck — Long Wheel Base — Extra-Good 8:25X20-10 Ply Tires — 2-Speed Axle. 1948 FORD — 1-Ton Truck — Dual Tires — Hydraulic Hoist Grain Box & Stock Rack. * * * * 1947 INTERNATIONAL — 2-Ton Truck — Long Wheel Base — 8:25X20-10 Ply Tires — 2-Speed Axle — GOOD ! KOSSUTH MOTORS ALGONA Vacuum Cleaners Upright and tank type vacuum cleaners . . . $10 and up USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes from '/4 H.P. to T/2 H.P. all work OK A Complete Line Of Small Appliances, Including Mixers, Toasters, Hot Plates, etc. -Just Ask Us — We Can Save You S S $ On Good Merchandise. 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