The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 6
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', , " ' „''*", "" <' -^ V< c i4 "V 1 ** ,"."",, * '.'1,', '"'',:''" ' : -'•'.' A, % s Upper Des MotrtM .j 1 :. .. . ..- assifiedAds CLASSir iep RATfiS—<5n6 chaf§e to* twa Insertion*. ' •Minimum charge, SOc, 12 words (ir less, e«sh In ad?an<Ja. Eafch addiiional wofd, 4 cents, cash in adtaweej when chatted: 5c per word. Blind a'ds 2Sc e*t?a. Each classified ad will rim oriee In bdlh the Tuesday and Thursday papefc. for 6«iy brie-fcharge. Wanted 'WAITRESS WANTED — APPLY in person at Myers Cafe, Al- gotta. a!2u9 WANTED IMMEDIATELY — 'Capable cashier. Call Theater. Call 35. a!2u8 WANTED TO RENT — 4 TO 6 rooiri house or apartment by pharmacist—-James Drug. A. M. Lee. ul2-14a!5 WANTED—^QCAL AND LONG distance hauling 'Of grain, stock, sand, rock, gravel, etc. with a new hydraulic dump truck. Al Scherer, phone,.384. Algona. "'" ' ul3-14a* SINGLE MAN WANTED FOR steady work. Prefer man with painting experience, but not es- sentiali. Wages on either weekly or .monthly basis. Write Box 14, Swea City.-- 1 -• all-12u* WANTED — WAITRESS AT Van's CTrrtTTorM'orly Wallbergs. Inquire in person. ulSnlO WANTED—ADDITIONAL 'MEN experienced in luitomo b'i 1 c body rjepiiir work- ahtf painting. Also nfced additional experienced motor .tunt'up mechanics. Kent Motor Co.. Algona.^ u!3a22 I MUST GET A MAN AT ONCE in Ibis community to work with ojiir District Manager. Must have oar and be over 2H years of age.- This work is in line with the Greater Food Production PrograVn. Permanent work, good pay for man who has lived on farm. • Write' Box 400, Algona. Iowa. •'> u!3a53 WOMEN WANTED FOR CONFI- dential teli-phone survey. Work in your own home as many hours fis you can spare per clay. PrivaltS telephone preferred but not necessary. Will pay 50 cents for euqh hour worked. Write Mr. Brown; 000 Liberty Bldg., DCS Moines', Iowa. u!3a42 FEED. SALES DISTRIBUTOR— Well- known manufacturer has excellent opening in this immediate tjerritorv for an aggressive man or firm to sell or distribute : complete reasonably priced line of New type Feeds and Supplements.' Prefer man who has sold Seed vorn. Minerals, or implements,) or with farm background and wide acquaintance. Exclusive Franchise. Exceptional and unlimited earnings. We help you get started. Sales guaranteed. For fujll particulars give age and past sivles experience. Write Sales Manager. JNTEKNAT I O N A L .SUGAfc FEED COMPANY. 3401 Hiawafha Avenue. Minneapolis •6, Minp. u!3a84 For Rent 'FOR RENT -- E/.ZEE, FLOW t'ertiiixei- spreader. Mike El- 'bcrt, Phone 5-F:!, Algona. ! u!3-14a* Lost & Found WILL-MAN WITH FORD CAR in I'uont of State Hotel Thursa^ ai'lernucm. March 25, with Llnderwopd portable typewriter' on running board . return typewriter to State Hotel for reward? « ui3a*' LOST OR STRAYED—HOUND dog, chain On collar'. Phone 15 on 88, Burt. Francis Riebhot'f. a!2u* LOST — 500 LB. RED STEER about March 11. Strayed from Mike Mergen's farm. Call 3143, Whittemore. a!2iil6 LOST-PART SHEPHERD, PART Collie, brownish-yellow d<Sg. License No. 2211. Phone 2153, Whittemore, collect. u!3a* LOST V-BELT PULLEY OFF fanning mill between Sexton and 314 South Minnesota, Algona. Harvey Steven, phone. 944-J. ul3al8 LOST — BROWN TWO-TONE leather billfold, containing driver's license, other papers, and money. Finder notify Mrg. Edward Rich, phone 10-F12. Reward. Earl Gappa.' u!3a* LOST—PAIR OF CHILDREN'S glasses, pink shell rims, in genuine leather Case. Lost in vicinity of 9 E. Call, Masonic Temple or Call Theater. Finder leave at Newspaper office. Reward. u!3a* For Sale FOR SALE—REGISTERED HpL- stein bull, 14 months old. Silas Banwart, West Bend. . u!3a* FOR SALE—100 BALES WILD hay. R. L. Bernau, 4 miles west, 4''2 south of Algona. u!3a* FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN COWS and heifers. Ralph Albright, phone 22-F4, Algona. u!3a* FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE brood sows to farrow April and May. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. u!3a* FOR SALE —36-FT. FARMERS Friend elevator, complete. Hydraulic manure loader for International tractor. International 10-C Hammermill with cutter head and traveling feed table. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley u'13a* FOR SALE— KOT9 FLAX, HIGH yielding and high resistance flax. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. u!3a* FOR SALE— 3-ROOM ated 1946 Duxler'. trailer house — lights, ice box, built-in furniture, bottle-gas, stove, etc. Kenneth Lindhorst, phone 16-F12, Algona. ' . ul3a* EVERGREENS FOR SALE—2 to 5 feet at $2.50 each. Blue Spruce, Black Hill, Spruce, and White Spruce. Harry Rosenau, Lakota. u!3a21 FOR SALE—DUHOC JERSEY bred gilts; also baled timothy and'clover mixed hay. O. V. Harlan, Algona. u!3a* FOR SALE—ROYAL CANADI- an flax, cleaned and sacked. $9 per bushel; also spotted Poland China brood sows. David E. Lynch, Lone Rock, phone 1013. Ul3-I4a22 MOTH INSURANCE All woolen garments cleaned by Modern Dry Cleaners are Monite Mothproofed and insured against moths for a period of six months at no extra charge. IS IB Contrary to general opinion, moihs are equal- 1 y destructive winter and summer! // Anything That Can be Cleaned Can Be Cleaned by ern Dry Cleaners and Tailors Phone 537 Algona, Iowa f OR §ALfi—FOtfh, 45(^21 stdne tires, tiibes, and rims, 'gcroti Sha'pc,-tlo breaks. Will fit Motlel A; ,2 450x'21 tires, tubes, and rims, 6he will fit Model A, in fair shape; -1933' Ford V-8 radiator: 1941 V-8 manifold. Stanley Opneini, Whittemore, phone 2253, Ul3a* HERRE'S A DOUBLE VALUE yoli'll like—2'^ gallons of Se/ni-solid Chick Emulsion in a sturdy, good-looking glass barrel. Use the barrel for a cookie jar, pickles or canning. Ufee the Chick Emulsion to start your chicks nght-*-help build good layers and save feed. Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa. u!3a49 FOR SALE—300 BALES TIMO- thy and alfalfa mixed hay. Ray Kading, Fentbn, phone 4If Lone Rock. ulSif* FOR SALE-4YELLOW 5-ROOM modern bungalow, 11* blocks north and 1 block west of Milwaukee Depot;-2 lots.'$0,000. See Joel M. Herbst. u!3a23 FOR SALE—REGULAR FARM- all tractor, with cultivator, in good condition. Also McCormick Deei'ing 4-S electric separator, used 6 months. Ketelseh Bros., West Bend, phone 15 on 9. u!3a» FOR SALE—BALED ALFALFA and Brome hay mixed. Alfred Grill, Algona. ul3a* FOR SALE—38 EWES, LAMBS at side. Alfred Grill, Algona. u!3a* SEEDS HYBRID SEED CORN, Iowa 4397, one of the best for northern Iowa. SOY BEANS—Earlyana and Lincoln. Sorlien Seed Farm, Bode, Iowa. u!3atf IMPLEMENT SALE Tuesday, April 13, 1948 Archbold, Ohio 9:30 a.m.,' Promptly 100 Tractors Farmall; W9; Ms; MDs: Hs; BN; As; John Deere; Gs; As; Bs; Hs Allis Chalmers: Olivers; 88; 70: 60: Case; MM; Massey Harris: Red Fords: Ferg.; all makes and sizes, new and used. A number of crawlers. 15 Combines; Case, Oliver, Int.. J.D., all sizes and makes, new and used: 12 Balers; MH: 116W; J. D.; 50T. Int.; Case; others. 15 Corn Planters: 290 and 490; J. Deere: 4-r.ow Int.; all other makes 'and sizes. Corn Pickers; Drills: Disks: Plows; Spreaders; Hay Tools: hundreds of tractor- afldt h8rse* drawn tools, new and usetf. BHftf your excess machinery here -fe Sell it. Bring in machinery Aftrll 12lh or early April 13th. Sale' starts on time. Phones: 3R 414 6* 10123 Arthbold, Ohio, dr write YODER & PREY Auction Sales 'Arehbold, Ohld Frey & Sanger, Auctioneers Ul3a * * to have It»* • henyowwo ORDER NOW! .Act today— so you can have more fun during the summer nnd week-ends too. You will enjoy using the outboard motor thai. 1ms set a new standard of performance. OUTBOARD MOTORS KOSSUTHCO. IMPLEMENT STORE > T Now Rolling to NORT Let Us Know Your Requirements and We Will Fill Them, From These Three Cars. "GEMCO" AIR - CONDITIONING A modern self-contained ,unit that ^can be readily installed in home, store, or office. Gives perfectly controlled dust-free, pollen-free, conditioned comfort. 89% of owners say they would rysver sell it i if offered even more • ihan vthe purchase prices ••• > -.-,•<-. rvp . •' -»'\' r s '•' Expert 3 CARLOADS think'Afc-Conditioning for ybur home is som'&hing "6U1 'of reach 'financially. Perhaps you ; tfiink it? is' something so view as to be impractical—you -wawl'io ^ait awhile. 'Well,'such is not the case. Be- cSUse'we^knOw ""Air-C«ndiiiOning to'be a coming ne- *ceSBlty"in'homes and'home-building, we at Algona Re-' "frigetarion'hBve'ipecialiJied'in it. We have'spent time at the ficlOries,-'abs<»rbil»giall we could 6n the subject. ^Air-Cftrtdiiiohittg'is'here for iyoiTnow—in varied types of units and installations—and in -varied price ranges. 'Below-we-briefly cescribe-three of ; the new'types now svailsble'lhr'ough us: "RAYTHEON" PRECIPITATOR Produces electronically 'Cleaned -air :that means a house 'or store free from dust, '^ dirt, smoke and stalertess. ^Eliminates pollen in 'the air — you gel vacation" clean air always. • ; A self-contained unit easily in-" stalled. "MITCHELL" 'AIR CONDITIONER A modern, stream-lined unit { that installs in window or ' office. It has been called'the ' "stream-lined weather pack•age." -Use in winter and sum.„' 3 . j 'm«. Filters, cools, ventilates. >-K V4 We-Invite You to 1 Coiuie in nml LetUs Explain]in Detnil'Wiose Practical,''"'Low-Cost ^C rnits—Esi^clully If You ATO Ooing to Kuild! On All Types iHome Appliances and Refrigeration ALGONA REFRIGERATION All Types Materials for: RE-MODELING RE-ROOFING RE-PAINTING RE-PAIRING Phone 229 F. S. NORTON & SON ALGONA "The Red Trucks Can Serve You Too" Air.i hi ^< ,<*-•,' ii* and See Ike New Line J On State Sires* W§it of Hoenk Motor* ALOONA, IOWA ' PHONE 306 i ' ' -' ," V r*«-,." » - - -'f y 1

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