The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1959
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& USED CARS Myirteuths f© from for f mmtdi* Good selection of used cars, J&LMotors I] Just west of the Courthouse f; ^ In Algona GOOD BUYS ;M- -. - T CARS! Calotte gt«s s 44411 - HBAH Algona tippet Dei Moines , ^ Classified fifties 3c Per Word, Cash in Advance 5c Per Wotd, Charged 50c Miftimum ' if Coi>y Deadline Wednesday, 2 p.iri. tJOM Want Ads Jteach 5,000 _ Families Each Week 1 ^ 0 PHONE CY 4-3535 • For Sale CALF AN£> PIG SCOURS — We guarantee Eby's Remedy. Sold at Drug Stores. 3-6 1958 CHEVROLET Impala Coupe .1958 PONTIAC Station Wagon. 1957 FORD Fairlane 500 2 dr '? , hardtop. -1957 PONTIAC, 4 dr. Hardtop. 1956 BUICK, 4 dr. Hardtop. ?|l953' fcLYMOtmt 4 dr. Sedan. 1951 OLDSMOBILE 88, 4 dr. ; Several cheaper models • priced ' trom $75 to $125. * " ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC & CADILLAC ALGONA GROCERY FOR SALE Long established, good volume, well equipped, includes meat dept., well located In 'this area. Modern fixtures. 1958 gross over $1000,000. Would require $1S;000 down. Health requires sale. JThls is an A-l going business. If interested inquire for full details. Box 69 — W, Algona, la. ; (6tf) III ItJR BA1JJ — i tllffr SUR^E 1 MilRei*, 2 new style buckets and pipeline Jor 14 cows. Charley " ,, 1>ftdne 5061, Balt«tt)ft. 4*8 llcly etpi*iS etsf thSfiks. Yerulr many nets of kindness will long >« retntmbered. Mr und Mrs Harold AfMjftJSien, Mts Opal Rider end is&rt-y and Mii Ktlnn Bmhdage. f , . ,,.• -5* SALE i* -hornfed Heteford bull, herd 'sire, 4 years old. Dave Lynch, phdne WftlfiUt 6-8797, L61rife Robk. • 4-5-8* fOR SALE — ALL METAL " salesman*s or student's desk, ih« feludlng drawers, $16. Upper Des Moiftes Publishing Co., Algona, * ". <••: ' . 4« M3fiA.VVWfetGHT TARPS AT L1GMTWE1GMT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT Oft CAH'T GET IT, IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. . '57 U •»» - »4.*«ii« A *** .*- •a"",*'!!.. I \Z«J8 B? CHUVftOLKf Sf AT1OH WAGON, A4 sha^s, automatic ded dash — CHEV, DHL sharp cat, r/h 4 '85 'S4 FOftD TUDOR, <jVethduied with t/h t dvefdflVe _*.-——«* $ All good units --see fof yourself -*-'\VB tftADB 8 fit W CHEVftOLBt Fenion, Ia« For Rent FOR SALE: 1953 CHEVY Air, 2 door, radio. Good Shape. Donald Nels'on, West Bend. Phone 8131. . 4-5* FOR,SALE — 2 McD. MILKER units t new rubber and A-l condition, 'Clinton Rath,, phono WA 5-3475, Lone Rock. 5* F'OR ^ALE'—' GOOD 'FEEDING ,--'oats, price »60c bu, Phone ^42925 Algona.'. v ^8* FOR RENT — UPSTAIRS furnished four room apartment private entrance. Adults prefeft red. Call CY 4-4441; ... 8' FOR RENT — HOUSE, 8 ROOM; and bath. May be used B&- 4 5, JL 7 of 8 rooms With bath. 31 No/Lafitry. Contact L. A. Winkel Algona. - ' See SHULTZ BROS. FOR GOOD USED CAR Algona BUYS 1958 FORD Fairlane 500, 4 dr. Loaded and low M mileage. 1958 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, heater and radio. 1957 BUICK Super, 2 dr. Hardtop, Power Steering, Power Brakes, 6-Way Seat, Radio. 1956 BUICK Century, 4 dr. Hardtop, Dynaflow, Heater, 4 New Tires, Low-mileage. . 1955 DE SOTO Firedome, 4 dr. Sedan, New Engine. ^ P*bej; Less Expensive Models, u j v ^ x CFUlii TT BbffiC jLHULTZ BROS. FOR .SALE. -^ .125 FEEDER pigs, Landrace cross, 70, to 75 Ibs; Forrest McClure, Fenton, Phone. 1109. . 5> Wanted .. ... or ...... Thanks to my relatives, friend* and neighbors 10f th« cards, gifts md visits during my stay st the lospital Bttd lor the help since my return home, A, W» Shasen 5* CAHD OF fHANKS . We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and relatives for the flowers, cards, s lood and other acts of kindness and sympathy following the death of our be loved husband and father. The family of Henry Brauh. 5* HOSPITALS Jan. 21 — Mrs Cecil Burlis. Algona, boy, 7-7; Mrs Donnld Els- bccker, Rutland, girl, 10-9 Vie; Mrs fife. S, 1919 AfftailCr"fftf.f tfppt* fot Afftdorfer, Corwlth. medical*, 'fttrlcfa Goodman, Algona, rnedf cnl; Nicholas Hczabek, Aigtmn* medical; Charles Frideres, Liver* more, accident. Fob. 2 — Eucenc Minimi, Algona, medical; Mrs Meta Vigdnl, Algona, medical. Fob. 3 — Rf-bort Terry, Carroll, accident; Baby Mark Arend, WhlUemore, bonrdcr; fiaby Belli Reding, Ottosen, boarder. Police Piifof Shoot Peace officers from seven and bordering coutittes Will participate in a pistol shoot ftt thfe National Guard Armory here at 7?so p.m. tonight (Thursday)," aci cording to Police Chief A| Boekelman. . DOLLAR '.DAYS SPECIALS! 'Assorted groups of table lamps. Buy one and get its.rtate for only $1.00. Read's Furniture. West-of the courthouse. . !5 FQR SALE — 1200 6ALES Alfalfa and Brome. 1 Mile w, and 1 mile S. Ajlgona. Ed Frideres. * • 5*6* WAttfED TO RENT. -~ ACRE* age up to 80 acres lor a yeat with option to buy ;£' satisfied. Write Box 09-J> Algotta. Bt - •'. - '— HELP WANTED : OPPORTUNITY FOR PERSOrf retired or-needing additional income. A good Rawleigh busU ness Is hard to beat. Opening now in Algona. Write RawleigWs", Dept. 1AB-51-338, Freepbrt, 1)1, :"'•..*•.•• . • ';. 6* SAVE'$2.00 PER 100 ON CHICKS if ordered before March 15. Win a'free, $600^00 colored TV by registering >at Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 511 FOR SALE: FRESH & SPRING- ing Holstein Heifers & Fresh-& Springing Holstein- Cows. They are all our own raising. 1% milqs north of -Fentpn .on 44. F. F. JVtuellqr, Ejentori,. Iowa.;.,.. ;,•<•-$*_ FOR SALE T- SMITH-CORONA '' Sterling'" late model portable typewriter; in tip-top shape. $65. Upper Des Moines Publishing Cp., Algona.,,- , , 5tf POSTAL EXAMINATION . OPEN TO MEN & WOMEN, .1855. Starting $2.00 & $2.12 per hr. • Information on other go examinations also.. Write Bo* 69 c/o Algona UDM. , •'••. 5 HELP WANTED: NEED EXTRA-cash*? Need maa, with -car for light delivery Saturday a n d Friday p.m. Call CY 4-2847 Sat,.. p.m. or Sunday. a,.. WANTED : T FEED SALESMAN—STRAIGHT; Commission basis. Ideal tot retired farmer or. farmer's son; Write Victor Logsdon, Pi 0. Box No. 1431, Des Moines, Iowa. '4^5 WANTED — PLAYER . PIANO. Call 4351 Livermore or Box 72. * ' 5 S. Phillips Street Phone CY 4-4655 VALUE FOlR SALE — PAIK SHOE ROL:- ler skates, meii's size 8%[ neat- new' automatic '.22'fong pistor. •D"uhc&ri^fotiuce; Fenton. vS* Men and Women 18-35 Wanted to Train As IBM r '"7'-. Machine '/./'Operators Acute -shortage of business machine operators exists in all parts of the country. These positions pay up to $450.00 per month for 40 hour week with /pleasant working conditions, .including hospiializaiion arid vacation privileges. If high school graduate and interested in, operating this type of equipment. For appointment or personal interview call Mr'Frank, CY 4-3571. Thursday or Friday, Algona Hotel. (5*) HELP WANTED — ASSISTANT cook. -Lady to assist in prepara-. tion of foods and. some fry cooking. Steady employment, good •working conditions. Town^fe Country Cafe, EmlTietsb,urgiTI&. ' LARGEST STATION- WAGON IN ITS FIELD! Card of Thanks Max Sawick, Burt, girt, 8-5: Tommy Geelan. Algona, medlcru; Herman Steinolock, Bancroft, med ical. Jan. 22 — Mrs D. J. Shey, Algona, boy, 6-13; David Black, Algona, medlcni; Lawrence Winkel, Algona, medical; Mrs Ellsworth Brnndow, Algona, surgery; Roger Ulses, Burt, accident 1 , Mrs Richard Moe, Algona, medical; Mrs Jack Limbaugh, Algona, girl, 7-3; Henry Guderian, Algona, medical. Jan. 23 — Mrs Jay Carlson, Wesley, surgery; Baby Dennis Lane, Whittemore, boarder. Jan. 25 '—.Mrs Gerald Elbert, Rodman, boy, 8-10; Gerald Camp, Algona, surgery. Jan., 26 — Otto Block, Algonn, medical (expired); Fred Beerman, Algona, medical; Baby Girl Elsbecker, Rutland, boarder; Howard Weydert, Bancroft, medical; Gloria Blcich, Algona, mecU ical; Walter Hall, Algonu. medical; Myrtle St. John, Algona medical; Mrs John Sires, Algonu medical; Bettie McGuire, Algona medical. Jan. 27 — Baby Boy Shey, Al ona, boai'der, ' ••* Jan. 27 — Baby Chatles Fandel Whittemore, rriedical, •' Jan. 28 — Mrs .William Cos grove, Wesley, .m'edical; Mr Grace Thompson, Algona, med ical (expired). Jan. 29 —r? Mrg Clair Reding, Ottosen, girl, 7 "7-7%;' Kimberly Priebe, Algona, medical; Bert Handelandi .Renwick, medical; William Murray, ; Fentop, surgery, Mrs, .Glenn LarSen, Titonko, sui> gery. Jan. 30 — Charlotte Lemkee, Algona, T & A; Gary Grisharh, Algona, surgery; Baby Ronald Elbert, Rodman, boarder; Mrs Elso- Jansen, Lakota, medical; Mary Frankl, Irvington, medical; Mrs Frank Jenkinson, Algona, giri, 7r2V2; Mrs-Milo Kollasch, Algoiia, boy, 7-rS; Mrs Richard Arend, Whittemore, boy, 7. Jan. 31 — Mrs Harold,Elbert, Rodman, boy, 7-2^; Diane M. OPPORTUNITY OWN and OPERATE you* OWH buBlnesi where you can, b« your own boss and lecure your future. Exchulve prolocted £ranchl»e» now being sot up in Kossuth County and the Adjoining Coun ties. New in this arc* — never been offered before. New type equipment creates opportunity for mechanically inclined men to establish themselves in a high level nationally advertised service bus- Iness. Operate from your own home on a low overhead cash basis. We set up your business with a carefully formulated plan and assist you in establishing accounts. On the average our Iran' ulso owners show a net profit of OVEH $8,000 for Ihelr FIRST fEAR of operation. This business quires manual labor, so if you re looking for a selling Job, or ho like, please DO NOT inquire, f selected be prepared to start within four Weeks. Minimum Investment of $4495.00 required for >perntlon-equtpmeni. If you qual» you can own this business with a down payment of $2500. Write letter: telling about yourself as all replies are confidential, [f you are sincere about owning your own business write to ROY J, MEYERS 215 North Main Si. JamoBvillo, Wisconsin ,, . (5) CARD OF THANKS Many, thanks to my relatives and friends for the cards, letters, visits, flowers, gifts .'and also foi the prayers and masses offered for me while I was in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge.' Mrs Harold Frideres. ':.' " CARD OF THANKS A very warm "thank you" to V.F.W. attendants, to friends and relatives for floral and spiritua' bouquets and food; to ladies helping at our home and for kindness done in .respect to the loss of ouv loved one.' Lucy, Jack and Joe Ferstl 5* For Att Sliet fit Wright! el T A R P S You Do Better Al WtU.E'8 CAMVA8 & Upholstery Wwt State, Algona SEE Or Call M* For Insurant* On LHlle Trucki. Big Ttuckn, Panel Trucks, Dollv- ftry Trucks, Farm Truck*, Permit Trucks. L. S, BOHANNON E. Of Iowa Stale Bank CY 4-4443 Better Rates — Belter Service TFN liability Insurance to Accident tfcaf tfff* pined. I forget fa Si»Hftri Kelp Of The AlOOWA INSURANCE AGENCY FOP A Complete HoM». owner's Policy Before The Milkman Nit Down My Potth Slept, REINSBACH PAINTING —and— DECORATING Sheatrock Finishing FREE ESTIMATES Clyde Reinsbach Ph. 5372 Bancroft (5-6-7) shutters Delivered IN ALGONA Yes . , , you can own this 1959 PLYMOUTH 2- Door Suburban Station | Wagon, the largest in 1 its field, for the low,l s | low price of .ONLY $2779,49, Delivered in Algona, This is a full wagon with the built-in performance and ride that only PLYMOUTH can offer you, Equipped with heater and a basic accessory group, A terrific car for family or business, After your chickens are 4 weeks aid stop in and find out how to nix a complete Growing Mash for 53.10 per cwt., or a savings oj about $40.00 per ton to you. ' * • * * '•*.' "If ignorance is bliss, why aren't there more happy people/' * • ' *•..:• •••'•* *'"••" ;;. We Have some very attractive prices on the best quality seeds an,d fertilizers. Badger Brand Seed and Smith Douglas Fer'til- zer. • " ' -.•; ':/: : ' " '..•'•"' * " #' • ' * * • *"..;•, LITTLE CHANGE IN ALL MARKETS. REMEMBER - CALL US FOR DAILY GRAIN, CARD OF THANKS For the many comforting acts of neighbors and friends during our recent bereavement, we pub- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiii BIG JOBS OPEN IN GROWING FIELD Men and women are urgently needed by leading company in its field. This is a national organization with a multi-million dollar advertising investment. The work is important, respected, and plea^ sant. Applicants who are accept ed will receive guaranteed income arid full company benefits, A few part-time openings also available, Good character, appearance, and standing in community are musts You owe it to yourself to investigate this opportunity to attain new financial stature and job satisfaction. For local interview Write LaMonte Roach, 209 Eas Gregory Blvd., Kansas City, 14 Missouri, giving age, education experience, and phone number. DELUXE PRODUCTS PLANT OFFERS UNUSUAL JOB OPPORTUNITY THIS IS AN UNUSUAL JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR AN AMBIT- OUS YOUNG MAN WHICH AN LEAD TO A MANAGEMENT POSITION IN THE FUTURE. " f you are a high school graduate who is interested in learning all chases of manufacturing this is a rare opportunity to get in on the first training group to be trained machine repair, machine in- SI! IT NOW AT%. * • * PERCIVAL MOTOR ,'! Ideas ' are very much ahUdren — your own are wonderful"'' , • «- •>, ' * * * * fftbp.'m and become acquainted with our Complete Grain" and Feed business. Highest prices paid daijy for all grains,' plus custom iryipg. Wq handle both Master Mix and Sugarsweet Feeds, along wj,th \&' complete grinding and bulk delivery service — plus a ' " allowance is what you pay '£«!{•.Before You.Sell COMPLETE LINE '" : ' 9 F NURSERY STOCK Shade Trees — Fruit Trees Flowering Shrubs — Roses LEHMAN MUMS : AND A CLEMAtlS VAUGHN ANP BURPEE Flower And Garden, Seeds Watch For Opening DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER Duncan KAYWOOD movable, louvcred shutters add new charm to every home interior Mr and Mrs Orville ALGONA, (TFN) Hi. FOR WINDOWS ULdlilL FOR DOORS FOR,A DIVIDER FOR CUPBOARDS SERVICES Gel Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP . . -,' -> You can transform any room, give It new friendliness and charm with beautiful 'shatters. Imagine the dramatic and distinctive effect* you can achieve with this modern trend in decorating. Custom mqqVto your need, crafted of selected wood in a choice of finishes, Kaywood,shutters give a fla!r ; of modern high fashion to every room I •rf- •,..« • 'V* "•*••• ". n slallation and tool room operations. Whether or not you have had experience we will instruct and :rain you on the job. Excellent working conditions and Ijberal aenefits. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED I EMPLOYMENT WITH OUR FIRM APPLY AT DELUXE PRODUCTS COMPANY LAKE MILLS, IA. "T-V VIEWERS" Plenty of Good USED SETS Beginning As Low As $50 See Them At ALGONA REFRIGERATION ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio A Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classii KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. State Phone CY 4-465] FURNITURE '5 CARPETS West Of Courthouse Square (4-5) SURPRISE* Do you know what It Js? To find out compare our Automobile Rates before you renew your present policy. Complete protection at a SAVINGS. ; Feel free to stop in and talk this over with me. CLAIR S. BLOSSOM i . i North of Iowa State Bank Phone CY 4-2735 Algona, Iowa .(5-8) SHOP THE EASY WAY WILKNIT offers a complete .line of hosiery for all the family, including stretch hose, mercerized cottpn anklets, popular white bobby socks and attractive knee-high hose, Buy the hose designed for beauty and durability .... buy WILKNIT, the stocking completely' guarantee^ against runs, snags or holes within a, specified period (pr new hosiery |re») ? for information contacts IVADELL RIGGERT Prone 5-3767 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 , QY 4-4608 or CY 4-2019 Stpre — CY 4^3837 B. D. Bjustrom — CY 4-3690 Frank Moulton — CY 4-4609 J. D. Burns T-. CY 4-2019 Jackie, Kelley — CY 4-3786 Established i925. Easy Terms KEYS MAPI •• ; it •., .•' ltlgen.1. ALGONA Livestock Auction Iowa's Cleanest Sale Barn SALE EVERY FRIDAY Startin- i Consignments Trucks available livostock.

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