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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1959
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Alflotta (let.) Upper 0»* WA¥ TO FASTEST RESULTS ! Moines Per;- J Wold, 'Cash in Pef ^orW Shatged to Deadline Wednesday, 2 p.m. | XJt>M>WaBt Ads Reach 5,000 tf Fardiligi Each Week 1 • O PHONE CY 44535 I For Sale DlSGQUNtf ON EARLY 6/derS.-5 -Register for" -free color* . T.V. 1 -Green*' stamps. Hamilton ,Hatchery, Bancroft. 6tf "FOR SALE — ALFALFA HAY. , Wr^H. Raney, Algona. Phone 4-4^25. 6-9* SALE ,— 12 POLAND 4;', .China gilts, bred to registered ^Poland 'China boar. Also one ^•Holstein^ -heifer, -fresh. Melvin ^Rieken, >Buft, la. - 8* FOR SAlaE -- DELAVAL MItiK- ing , machine, stainless stoel buckets; electric sewing machitie with" cabinet. Ofville Kressfti, L6ne Rock* phone WA>.$-3470. ! g* FOR S*ALfc — $ 'HOLSTEIN cows, • just fresh. R. L.. BSr- nau, 4 mi. W., 4% S. of Algeria, 8* V 'KEEP COOL NEXT SUMMER. Good used water-cooled air conditioning units, two lo seve"n tons, for sale, cheap. No deliveries. Many makes. ' To in's- pect see Bldg. Superintendent' Medical Arts Bldg., Omaha, Netar., or. call Mr Shirley, JA 8100. Omaha." 8*9 FOR SALE — SPINET- PIANO used a very short time. W,ill sell at' a substantial discount to responsible party. Can be seeti in this vicinity. Terms to suit. Write Smyth Piano Co., 3611-Gth, DeS Moines, la. . -. ' fry USED MACHINERY LIST MISCELLANEOUS 1—Gehl P.T.O. Mill wiih crusher 1 * ^ t f~: FARM, MACHINERY 1—1948' ALL1S CHALMERS WC . tractor with WD pistons, painted, overhauled -..$560.00 1—CASWELL MANURE LOADER, w/both buckets) mountings -for 1HC "M" 4118.00 1-WJOHN DEBKE, 10 ft. CO Field Cultivator .^l^>.—L»414?.OC 1-JOHN DEERE No, 6 -. 7 ft power mower ^^.^$175.00 1—IHC 440 — 4-row Corn Planter on rubber, and .•fertilizer attch, , -. $260.00 1—NEW. IDEA 12 A Tractor spreader, in A-l shape $345.00 1—NEW IDEA -10 A tractor spreader, On rubber, A-l shape $ 90.00 3—NEW IDEA CORN PICKERS, pull and mounted.. t look them over" ' ' • WEISfcftOD IMP. , Fenion,' Iowa < 6 $20. -439 N. Thorihgton; .phone. CY 4-4228. 8 FOR-'SALfi — 250 HY-LINE chickens,. laying 6 months, .good. Also'nest and feeders. See or call Merlyn Altman, 2 south, 4 west'Algona v Cy 4-4744. 8* ., See Us Now For-Top Trade T In ^Allowances On These USED CAR BUYS 1957 IMPERIAL. Loaded with extras, including air conditioning. ' ' 1957 CHEVROLET V-8 2 door with healer. ' 1955 MERCURY 4 door. Radio, heater, automatic transmis- i sion. •J955 PONTIAC Starchief., Radio, healery automatic transmission, Whitewalls, Power seat, brakes, and 6 way power seat. 1955 OLDSMOBILE 2 door "88" Hardtop. Radio,, .heater, wnitewalls. , ' '' * ' 1954 FORD Custom 4 door, with Fprd-O-Maiic. 1954 PLYMOUTH Belvedere „' 4 •^ door. Radio, heater, over.' ', '''drive. • .•' 1954.BUICK 2 door hardtop. Ra', ) dio, heater, power 'steering ',,; and brakes. 1953 PLYMOUTH Cranbrook 4 door. Radio, heater, Hy- Drive. 1953 DODGE Coronet 4 door. Radio, heater, Hy-Drive.' 1952 STUDEBAKER. Heater and • overdrive. 1941 I.H.C. K-2 Pick-Up. J & L MOTORS 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 Up'pdr Des Moines office supply dept., Ill E Call St., Algona. . 50tf CAfift Of f HANKS I wish to thank', all my ran- tivcs and ffifcnds for the many cards «nd visits While I Wflis a patient In the- EsthervUlo hospital nnd at .home. These kihdn&ssi-a will always be remembered. Mrs laronce Arbogast. ' -,8* CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank outsrnany relatives, friends and neighbors Cor the carcte, gifts and visits during our silver wedding anniversary. Mr' and Mrs Clarence Arbogast, B* traveling feed table 1—John Deere Cylinder Sh'eller 1—Allis-Chalmers Power Unit-— 'like new l_New Idea No, 50 Loader to fit WD Allis-Chalmers *'• -New Idea Horn Loader vJith pitch control 1—Super Six Manure Loader to fit John Deere or International -Extra .Seamless Surge Units 1—Two unit Surge Milker complete I—Case 11 Vz ft. Field Cultivator MANURE SPREADERS 1—No. 12A New Idea — in good condition 1—No. 10 New Idea — four wheel 1—McCormick-Deering two wheel tractor spreader 1—Oliver four wheel on rubber TRACTORS 1—Model WC Allis-Chalmers " 1-i-Model WD Allis-Chalmers with adjustable front end 1—Model C Allis-Chalmers 1—Model B Allis-Chalmers 1—Model B John Deere \ 1—Model H John Deere 1—Model 30'CockshUil 1—Model VAC Case 1—Model F-20 M-D LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA .'OiaPBRown 2-4601' 13 .FOR SALE — ELECTRIC POP- corn popper, floor model, good condition, G. A. Wittkopf, Algona FOR SALE — ALL METAL salesman's or student's desk, in? eluding drawers, $15. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona. 4tf HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CAN'T , GET It, IT IS , NOT MANUFACTURED. v * ' • DIAMOND'S. 46tt For Rent FOR BENT — UNFURNISHED upstairs apartment, private entrance. Call CY 4-4441. 8* Wanted WANTED — FARM LABORER, single, top wages, room and board on farm, no milking. Dennis Lickteig, phone CY 4-3073, Algona. ' 7-8-9* MAN WANTED — TO OPERATE established motor route Sunday mornings," 3 to 5 hours, average $10 per Sunday. Contact Al Smith, Humboldt. • 7 ; * Guests At St. Joe Parents 4-H Banquet St. Joe — Riverdak! Rustlers 4i-H Clubs l,and;2 held a Parehln Banquet, in St. Joseph's School Hall with 88members, .guests and parents attending on Saturday evening, Feb. 21. Table'.decorations were caiTied out in n Valentine theme. ' : ' ' The February ''monthly mddting was als6 held in /'the afternoon. , Following the dinner . a 'sh'prl program' was given I5y 4-H members with Betty Wagner ias toast- nystress. The Invocation .by R«v. Leo C.: Schumacher, 4-H Pledge was led by Joan Reding. Group singiiig was led by Mary Staudt. Declam spee'clies were 'given !by Ruth Ann Klein, Judy Wagner and Mary Alma O'Brien. Several songs were pantomimed-'by Alice* Reding .and Patricia Wagner,/'Judy Wagner , an'd Eilpen Wagner,' Jeannette Kellner and Carol Erpelding.. Parish Card Parlies The first: of ai series of four card parties in St. Joseph's Parish Hall was attended by 130 on Sunday evening. Five Hundred was played with; shigh prizes awarded to Mildred Bormann and Milfred Plathe; low prizes to Mfs Alphonse* Berte and • Phil Dang- leser. Mrs Francis Erpelding r6- ceived the.plate prize. In. Kathy Gales, daughter of Mr Mrs E. J. Gales, students at St. Joseph's " School of Nursing in Sioux Cityi spent the weekend hefe with home folks, Mrs Willie Becker is B medical patient In St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mrs Becker's m'other, Mrs Bon Kunkel of St. Benedict Is assisting with the household dutiea in the Becker home. Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann of Algona are here in the home of their son, Mr and Mrs Clarence Bormnnn while they were in Sioux City with their infant son Karl Louis, a patient in St. Vincent's hospital. Seneca Stars Hosts To Parents At ^Skit 11 Show The Seneca Stars 4-11 club held a belated Valentine party at the Senecn school gym- laslum, Friday eyenlng. Guests hcluded pnrehts of members. The club president, Carol Hntt- isch welcomed the guests. Marilyn Johanncscn started the enter tainment with "I've Got A Secret." Earl Crouch acted ns moderator, and Bob Crouch, Margaret Nielsen, Raymond Wilberg and Carol .Hftnish were tlie panel. Margaret Nielson continued the program. Ted Jensen and Cena Looft acted as the contestants with the audience as judges. Tom and Tim and evening crs included Mr and Mrs Victor Slrucekcr and family. Mr and Mr§ Dentils-Rolling bi Bancroft are the parents of a son born Monday at the Holy Family Hospital at Esthorville, He weighed 3 Ibs., fl oz. Mrs Rolling ] is the former Marlene Fox. Mr and Mrs Everett With«m and Mr and Mrs Elmer Wttham attended a Seneca Saddle Club meeting at the Richard Fox home near Lono Rock Tuesday evening. The group planned a sledding party. Following the outing the group met at the Everett Witham home for pot-luck refreshments. ~" "25 ' Kenneth Reside of Villisca was recently awarded a twenty-five GROCERY FOR SALE Lofifl Mfablithed, good well equipped, ineltidM depl,, Wei! located in IhU Modern fixture*. 1958 gros* $100,000. Would require $15,000 dowrt, Health tequifftf sale. This IB an A-l going business. If inter- Inquire for full details. Box 69 — W, Algona, It, (6tO USED CAR BUYS SERV/CES Get Your ; Smoking Supplies \al Ihe NEW SMOKE SHOP KEYS MADE a *. . . Codst-to-Codst I 1958 FORD V-8, 4 door Ranch Wagon, Radio. 1957 CHEVROLET; 4 door v-8 Station Wagon, Automatic Transmission, Radio, White Walls'. 1957 CHEVROLET, 2 door, V-8 Sedan, Radio, White Walls. 1957 FORD V-8 Fairlane 4 door Ovedrive, Radio. 1956 PONTIAC V-8 4 door. 9 Passenger Station Wagon Automatic Trans mission Radio. 1955 CHEVROLET 4 door V-8 Belair Sedan, Overdrivs, Ra< dio. 1954 CHEVROLET 4 door Belair, Radio, White Walls. •1954 OLDSMOB1LE Super "88", 4 door Sedan, Radio, 1 Automatic Transmission. 1953 CHEVROLET Hardtop Sport Coupe, Radio. 1953 CHEVR9LET 4 door Sedan, Powerglide, Radio, 1951 FORD, 2 door Custom Sedan, Radio, Very clean, 195Q PLYMOUTH 2 .door Sedan. , $85 takes it, 1949 CHEVROLET 2 door Sedan, $125, TRUCKS 1956 INTERNATIONAL J /a Ton Pick-up, low mileage, Radio, Good Rubber. 1953 CHEVROLET Vi Ton Pick- wp, New Paint Job BJUSTROAA'S FURNITURE Headquarters for COMPLETEHOME FURNISHINGS for evening appointments Phone CY 1 4-3690 '• CY 4-4609 or CY 4-2019 Store — CY 4-3837 ; R. O. Bjustrom — CY 4-3690 ' Frank Moulton — CY 4-4609 J. D: Burns — CY 4-2019 , Jackie Kelley — CY 4-3786 ; Established 1925 Easy Terms \VANTED TO RENT— three bedroom house. Call Al Brown at Jaco Variety (formerly .angmack's), CY' N 4j3302. , 8 WANTED — TRUCK DRIVE& to ,w or k two days a week. Ideal job for fanner who needs extra income. Write Box 69-C, Algona, Iowa'. v , ' ; of lunch and arrangements',.we.Ee Mrs M. T. McGuire, Mrs Edwin Thilges and Mrs Laurence Th0- ges and'-"their committee. < On Sunday, March 1, Mrs Henry; Boi-J mann, Mrs E. J. Gales and Mrs Adeline Wagner are,.in'charge ;o^ arrangements.; V ' ,: v; ; 'i ' Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete fnrm sale advertising service at the Algona Upper Des Moines, including advertising bills, radio-spots if desired, and tree auction listing. If bad weather forces sale postponement, your ad re-run without charge for now sale date under our original "weather insurance" guarantee See us for early sale dates. Feb. 26, Thursday — Irving Burris closing out sale, at farm located 4 miles north, 1 '/4 east and 1 north of Algona. Sale includes full line of farm machinery. Quinn & Yungeberg, auc- ;ioneers; Farmer's State Bonk, Kanawha, clerk. Sale details in JDM last week. Mar. 5, Thursda^ — Ray Bun- wart farm sale. Complete line of machinery, 1000 chickens. West Bend, 2 east on blacktop, Vz south. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. Iowa Slate Bank of West Bend, clerk. Mar. 7, Saturday — Dairy Sale, Harold Wehrspann, Fenton, 2 south, ] /i west, Whittemore Corner, 7 north, % west. 15 close springing heifers, 85 Holstein heifers. .Quinn & Yungeberg auctioneers. First Trust & Savings bank, Fenton, clerk. March 24, Tuesday — Commu-' nity £5ale in Fenton, Iowa. Any one having items he wishes to lis may do so by contacting any business man in Fenton "b£ " February 28. Get your listing in early so we may advertise it. HELP WANTED WANTED AT ONCE — MAN OR woman tp 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. 1AB-51-271, Freeport, 111. V ' ^ 8* WANTED ., —::;' EXPERIENCED beauty operator; at price. Plione CY 4-3477'. \ ,. ; : •:'--.. • ••.., 8 1951 CHEVROLET 2 Ton 2,gpeed axle,,825x20^0 Ply *s— 8/3512' Grain Box, Kossuth Mptor Co, "108 So. Hall Street' J«wa F-R-E-E LOANER While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See Us For All Your Tire Needs • tpw Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. JOB OPENINGS ' ,;•-..*-:,-.^1:.MAN,,,,•---,.'•. -.., Due. to recent prdmotiohs and an increased 'demand for our services. We prefer, inen 21 to 50 years of age,- .with' neat appearance, who can ?ne,et; the public.' A car is necessary. Must M able to be away from home Monday to Friday working in Io\va;' This position provides permanency,, opportunity :a : n d guaranteed minimum income of $325.00 per month, Base salary begins with training. APPtY' TO Mr .Burch, Acreage Motel, Algon,ai '; Iowa. Tuesday March 3,'5 to 7 p.m. only. r f Curd of Mr and Mrs Casper Kayser of Waseca, Minn, spent Thursday here,., visiting , relatives and friends and attended the Peter Kayser estate farm sale. s .. Karl Louis Bormann, 3 Vz month Id. infant son of Mr and Mrs Clarence, Bormann, w-as 'taken to t. Vincent's hospital, Sioux City, cm Sunday ;: for an emergency operation. ; ' ; Frank Bormann is a medical jatient in St. Joseph's Mercy lospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Edwin Thilges nnd 'amily were Saturday evening visitors in the Dr. a'nd Mrs Capesius home in Whittemore. Sheryl Reding, daughter of My and- Mrs Harold ..Reding and The Blnkjcr Women's Missionary Federation met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs Lawrence Johanncsen and Mrs Henry Jensen as hostesses. The Bible study was presented by Mrs Otto Wilberg. Mrs Ole Pedersen presented the Department of Home Mission, assisted by Mrs Fred Johnnncsen ind Mrs Henry Wilberg. Mrs •lenrietta Thompson was welcomed Into the group ns a new n ember. Sunday dinner guests at the _alvin Vaudts included Mr Vaudt's parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Vaudt nnd Ann of Whiltc- more, also Mrs Anna Wehrspann nnd Mrs August Vaudl, Cnlvin'a grandmothers. Afternodn callers were Mr and Mrs John Slruccker, year pin for service as a volunteer Scoutloador since 1933. His achievements ns a scoutcr have earned him such recognitions as- Eagle Scout Award with 2 silver Palms; 72 Merit Badges; Scoutcrs Key; Silver Beaver Award; Order of'the Arrow and Twenty-Five Year Pin and award. FINEST HE!> WANTED Insurance To Cover A Liability That U Now In Court! t Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For A Complete Homeowner's Policy Before The Milkman Slipped On The Ice And Broke His Leg! Cunran'd SI 1.25 per . DIAMOND'S •' Grain' • :: & : •' FP^I i%#a MSSI -. V« 8 VCJ* All Markets steady to slightly stronger. "-Tm'Q I "Being a woman is ,a terribly difficult task, since it consists principally in dealing with rnen." a ^f\ , Don't Forget! FREE 1 Bag of chick starter with every 400 Ibs. of chick siarier purchased. ALGONA Livestock Auction Iowa's Cleanest Sale Barn SALE EVERY FRIDAY Starting At 1:00 P.M. 2% COMMISSION On Consignments Trucks available at all times. Call us to look at your I i vestock. . ^ ^ -----m "sTOCK^CAnLE AND FEEDER PIGS FOR SALE EVERY WEEK I Fred Bentele & Henry Moore OPERATORS TELEPHONE CY 4-2648 (4-11) USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! SPEED QUEEN Electric Clothes Dryer Slightly Used $74.95 Ranges Kelvinator 39" Electric Rang« New Guarantee $99.9i Frigidaire Electric Range — Doix ble Oven — $99.95 Universal Electric Range — ___^ $49.9J Westinghouse 40" Electric Rangl ____:_'; ; $99.95 36" Gas Range $34.95 Moore Combination Gas, Coal & Wood Range $49.95 CARD OF THANKS •'' I thank all my friends 'and relatives for the cards, memorials, letters and food and the ladies for .helping ser,ye: at the funeral of my dear son, Robert kard. Mrs Adeline McMahon, si-others and sisters. 8 .ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & TelevUlon Service Phonograph Recoj-ds KOSSUTH RADIO 214 E. State Phone CY 4-465) "T-V VIEWERS" Plenty of G0ot| USED SETS Beginning As Low As $50 •'jfe* them At AIGOHA REFRIGERATION CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to friends and relatives for the calls, cards and gifts we received on our 25th'wedding,anniversary. Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson. 8* Ililllllllllllllllllll ' COMPLETE LINE OF NURSERY STOCK Shade Trees — Fruit Trees Flowering Shrubs — Roses — Evergreens PHLOX & DAHLIA PERENNIALS 'i VAUGHN AND BURPEE F]ower Arid Garden Seeds Wqtch For Opening DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER Mr and Mrs Orville Duncan ' ALGONA (TF.JJD Illlilllllllllllllllll • "Golf is a game where they turned the cows out of the pasture and let the bulls in!" One percent more Badger Brand Pure-Live Seed means 117,000 extra seed in, every bushel or an extra strip of Alfalfa one mile long and 18 inches wide. —o— Bulk Feed Delivery Service — $1.50 first ton, $1.00 for each additional ton. You can get Master- Mix or Supersweet Feeds on a contract,; pay when you sell the Livestock. No mortgage and no Interest. Call CY 4-3674 before you sell your grain. Don't forget Call Before.You Sell GRAIN & FEED CO JOHN WORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT STEERS GERALD FRANKL Washers & Dryers Apex Conventional Washer -« New Guarantee $69.93 Frigidaire, rebuilt, all porceldU washer, one year guarantee - $99.95 Easy Spin-Dryer Was $229.95 NOW $100.011 1 Yr. Guarantee! 2 Westinghouse Electric Clothes Dryers, Slightly Used EACH $99.95 Refrigerators Frigidaire 8 cu. ft., sealed unit -» $50 Westinghouse 8 cu. ft. sealed unit - $25.00 Westinghouse 8 cu. ft. Sealed unit $25.00 Good Used Them Now ! Freezers Freezers See CATTLE BUYER CALL ALGONA, CYpress 4-2061 For AU Sizes & Weights oi '.,T A R P S You Do Better At WILLE'S .CANVAS $e Upholstery 206 Wes* State, Algona Or <?»!! Mo For On tittle Tr Trucks. Panel Trucks, Deliy. ery • Trucks, Farm Trucks, Permit Trucks, L, 5, BOHANNON E. Of Iowa State Bank CV 4-4448 Bettey Do you know what It is? To find out compare our Auto'mobile Bates before yc»M renew your present policy, '' L-.' *• Complete protection at q SAVINGS, Feel free to stop in and. talk this over with me. CLAIRS. BLOSSOM North of lewa State Bank Phone Algona, Iowa OR T-V SETS ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Ready To Sell - Call Worrell! Terrific Trade In Price Being Gjy- en On All New Westinghouse T.V.'s Being Bought Herel 2 Used 17" Councole T.V.'s 21" Coronado, Blonde Table Model. , < (2 EOW) THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING FURNITURE and CARPETING PETERSEN "mmm ' INfiNTON- _' ._ v \.\'^\ , Qyallty Fwrnlturs With |tf«ll|lte Fri«l COME AND SEE FOR Vacuum Cleaners Upright and tank type vacuui* cleaners . . . $10 and up ••*' USED ELECTRIC •} "# -n * ' _ ' J '. ^ i * F

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