The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 7
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We Riccvllle' fire tiej3artm6n1 fbund itself slightly in one day last week. Tw6 earne in 'altnost Bimul sual id a small dpmfn'un'ily, ile the fire truck was ffghtihg ft utility shed fire on .the, Ray Thompson farm home, the RouSe on the Reed Miles farm burned to the grouhd. , WANT ADS iek with, factayy fo"ok and paint jdtf. SCMtfLfl BRJOS ul7al4 SJALJ!~ifl4i HVDROMATIC DldsmoWle 6, exceptionally ctean, a real buy. Call 1074-W, Algona. ul7al4 JUSf GOT IN A LOAD OF THE latest/Chevrolets. They have been used ortly a few minutes and carry new car guarantees. Good stock of cheaper car* WE TRADE, W. E. Ley Motor Co., Lakota, Iowa. ui??36 f'FOR SALE—GOOD 15 FT. IN* ' , ternaiiorial disc. $1*5. Wayne \ Lynch, Feriton, phone Lone Rock. J % FOR SALE - LtNSpN AND Manehu soy beans, high germination; • $4.60 per bushd. Bring sacks. George Brufrllmari, Otto"<>"• * son. FOR SALE _ HY-BRID CORN, Iowa 4316,^ Northern Iowa's .lop yielder, 1946 e*op. High germination. Lawrence O« Miller, LuVerne. Ul6-I8al8* FOR SALE - FEEDlNGvOATS, no thistles. Michael W, Loss, v phone 18-F13. al4ulltf FOR SALE-PUREBRED ted Poland China gilts, bred for April farrow. Bert GeeMes & '^Son, 3% miles south, 1% east of •Lakota. . . "-is &14-16U23* • - 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 i" BOX CANDY ' •'Large Assortment BARRY'S RECREATION uGatf. FOR SALE—MEDIUM CLOVER , $24; alfalfa seed, $11.40;'Hybric ;seed corn, $5; all per bushel. Als other bargains. Postal card us to iday for catalog and samples. Hal Roberts' Son, Postvillcj Iowa, i ,. . * .u!5-18a3 f SEE GAMBLES FOR BARGAIN in used tires. - altf-16 Homes For Sale 4 |(MFOR SALE — • FOUR ' ROO1V i« f house, partly modern, nea 'jwest end of State street. $3200 ' See Joel M. Herbst. a!6ul j).FOR SkLE—THREE BEDROOIV r house, all modern. East Stat St. PJione 2-F121 or 265^W. ': al6ul Household Goods 1 WILL SELL SPINET TYPE, PI ano in Algona for $345 if taken 4 at once. ^Convenient terms Write to Critchett Piano Com '?, pany, Des Moiries, Iowa. alfiii FOR SALE—ICE BOX REFRIG (i erator, wired for electric unil In good condition^ • Lyle Newel FOR SALE — WINE. COLORED living room suite; 'also 12x11 Olson 'green rug. Reasonable Mrs. F. H. Froehlicli; Algona phone E4-F12. al6p . , an'd hear the results of years experience building fine i-i pianos ! in the world's largest pi- r*i'ano factory, at Jones Piano v House, Tort Dodge. u!4-l7a42 YOUR GREAT GRANDMOTHER played on a KIMBALL piano There are more KIMBALL pianos in '.use than any other, make ' SEE THE ELECTROLUX VA, cuum, cleaner.: Only $69.75, complete. i Don H. Hutchins, phone 1081. Algona. .';; . ;ul5al4tf Used Cars FOR SALE—1946 PLYMOUTH, specif deluxe. Make offer. 300 E. Elm. u!7a* FOR 4-door sedan. 'PLEMENT CO.' CHEVROLET TAYLOR IMn u!7a9 . 4 FOR SALE -i ;946 INTERNA* »™ tional K2 3-4 ton pickup, extra good condition. See at 409 & oiMoore.-Algona, I. W. Nelson. > • . ' ' ul7a* t'JFOR SALE—1932 CHEVROLET 2-door. 4t bargain. SCHULTZ - . u!7a9 FOR SALE—1 USED 4-SECTION <.«;> harrow with, evener. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO, u!7all /«f FOR SALE—1941'FORD TUDOR, new paint, p new tireg, in good 'condition, priced reasonable. Wayne • LyrtOk, Fentpn, phorve Lpne. Rock. F : *> . , , ui7a* ; .USED CARS• 1946 Fqrdl 4-door i 1939 Chevrolet 2-door 1938 Dodge pick-up , 1931 Chevrolet 2-4oor R & C Motor Co., phone 461 u FOR SALE -4947 INTERNA. , tional, 3-4 ton pickwp, with combination stock and grain box. 4§QO mtles. TBob Wermersen, ' • : -. TOR SALE , OJ^smobile 4-dgor J347 Fftrd tudor, • 1Q40 Chev. tudor. 1937 Plymouth tudor, HOENK MOTORS West of Court ^Q«s0 uJ7a ri AVAILABLE f«r Cewnty Write e-4QO ( «'0 Ko?i nth County A^YSlUt FOR SALE—1936 FORD 2-DOOR . sedan, < cheap. • SCHULTZ BROS. u!7a9 SALE—1933 .CHEVROLET master deluke, completely .overhauled, all new tires. Priced to sell, Earl Barton, Livermore,... ul7a* FOR SALE—1942 CHEVROLET pickup, with grain and stock rack. Norman Sleper. Burt, Iowa. ' Ul7at PAV $28 WEM t to help with housework ahd 4 children, Must like children. Do hot apply if already employed, Write Box 400 Algotta. Ul7a25 WANTED-CUSTOM PLOWING. See Jerry or C. L. McVay across from Ulfers Stockyards u!7a* WANTED^-CAPABLE MIDDLE aged lady for general housework and care of 3 children for one month on farm near Webster City. Write Box 400-A, Algona, Ul7a* WANTED — ASSISTANT IN Call Theater Confection Shop. Phone 35. u!7a9tf WANTED-MALE OR FEMALE x help at once. Full or part time work. The Algon'a Laundry & Dry Cleaners. ul7a!8 FOR SALE—1941 FORD SUPER Deluxe 2-door sedan, radio and heater, SCHULTZ BROS. ' ul7a!3 FOR SALE—1941 HYDROMATIC Oldsmobile 6, exceptionally clean, a real buy! Call 1074-W, Algqna. u!7a* FOR SALE PLYMOUTH 4- door, good condition.'Make offer. 300 E. Elm. S. A. Kuhn. •'.. ''•• •. '/ '• a!6u* FOR .SALE — 193.1 MODEL A •'*tudor,,'-new -. mo'tor, new tires 000^16.4200 cash. Kenneth Mathson, Bancroft'. alGu* .. . aba SELL \ USED CARS ^ See Us To Buy Or SelL KENT MOTOR CO. ulatf FOR;. SALE^-1940 4-DR, DE- Ltlxe -Plymouth, radio, 3 new tires, just overhauled. S6e after 6:00 p. m. 1st place south of Kossuth hospital. u!7a22* WANTED--FULL TIME DISH- washer. Have automatic washer. Apply in person. European Hotel. ' . u!7a!2 CLERK WANTED AT LtlSBY & Giossi'S; ul7a ARE YOU EARNING LESS than $100 weekly? If ..you have had farm and sales experience, are aggressive and have wide acquaintance in this couoty, we can offer you a permanent position at more money than you are making now, if you are earning less than $100 weekly. Sell newest type Farm Products to farmers thru dealers for nationally known manufacturer. All replies held strictly confidential. Give age and- complete past experience. Write SALES MANAGER, P. O. Box 1476,,Minnehaha Sta., Minneapolis, Minn. u!7a81 for their many letters and* , gifts, and visits while I was a patient at the Rochester hospital, Your thoughtfulness will always remain a pleasant memory. MM, S. W. Bollig, Fenton. ul?a40 CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to thank my relatives, friends, and neighbors for the nice letters and, cards sent me while I was shut in, L. J.'Lowman. al8u* CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to all my friends for cards, letters, and gifts, during my stay at Rochester. Mrs. Archie.Voigt. a!6u* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends for the many cards arid flowers sent to me while I was in the hospital. They, were all greatly appreciated. Myron Alderson. alGu* CARD OF THANKS I wish to convey my thanks to the friends who remembered me \yith flowers and cards at the time of my recent fall. Their 1 kindness was deeply appreciated. Mrs. G. II. Sharp. ul7ar Miscelianeous REMEMBER — YOU CAN RE- order from negatives on file taken by the Chic Studio. Russell's Studio, Algona. al7u!6 RESTAURANT BUSINESS FOR lease immediately. Well equipped, reasonable terms. Call 31 or write Box 264, Algona. ul7a!6 WANTED—WOMEN- TO HAN- dle eggs. Algona Produce; .a!6u7 WANTED IMMEDIATELY — Capable cashier. Call Theater, call 35. al6u8 WANTED—WOMAN FOR GEN- eral office work, preferably middle age with .past business experience, typing. , Write Box 400, Algona? a!6u!7 Farms For Sale TWO GOOD IMPROVED FARMS near :LuVerne for sale. 1948: leases will be assigned. Farms priced to sell. J. A. Nelson, Lu- Verne. ; u!7-18a21 WAITRESS WANTED—APPLY Algona Hotel. a!6utf Cards of Thanks FOR SALE—320 ACRES ABOUT 4 miles from Bancroft. Good stock, and grain farm. Complete set of. well kept buildings. John A. Drees, Carroll, Iowa. u!7-18a24 FOR SALE—287 ACRE FARM near .Algona, on pavement, fair buildings, fifty acres permanent pasture, balance under cultivation. Priced to sell. Partly modern six room house, well located, .close in, $5000. Modern bungalow,' five, rooms and bath, three bedrooms, -garage. $6,50Q, See D. D. Mbnlux, a!6u* FOR SALE—DAIRY FARMS IN ceritraj W.isepnsin. f .40-200 acre equipped ofeibare farms priced to sell, .pwh ;k ; Clark County 'farm in the land of clover, corn, grain andxpasture. ODIN E. WANG REALTY, Neillsyjlle, Wisconsin. •'. •" -.••: ',- " ' ' u!5-24a* For Rent OFFICE'FOR RENT—SEE .J., W. Haggard, at Algona Newspapers Office. •?. . . g Wanted WA.NTED — CLERK. LUSBY & Giossi.. u!7a* CARD OF THANKS I WISH TO EXTEND MY SIN- eere appreciation to my friends WE CAN STILL USE A FEW more hatching flocks for 1949. We pay 16 to 18 cents over No. 1 market price. Cloverleaf Hatchery, Milwaukee Depot Plaza. u!7a27 INLAID LINOLEUM — LINO- wall tile laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Algona. ulatf BASEMENTS DUG, . gravel, strippings, fills, washed sand and gravel haulec 1 . Geo. Schu macher, Irvington, la. a9-18u' I^LOOR SANDING AND REFIN- Ishing. Heavy commercial »quipment. Portable \ powei olant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. Algona, phone 275. ulatl SAVE UP TO 35% IN heat costs with Home Guard Insulation FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE •* •• Russell's are open evenings and Sundays by appointment. PHONE 1045 OR WRITE: %. " . . . • • RUSSELL'S STUDIO ALGON'A, IOWA MEN AND WOMEN ARE NEEDED for'plan! .production work. The rate of pay for men is $1.02 per hour, and the rale for women is 91'/2C per hour. Time and one-half this rate is paid for overtime work. Apply at once at the Plant Employment Office, TOBIN PACKING COMPANY, Inc. Fort Dodge, Iowa r •»•»**•»• «^ -^*« --«Choice of M«b°S0ny or Blonde Cqbinet? COMPABS this, v Sparton with any Other radjo- phonoifraph within $50 of the price! It's Model 1037, in rich, natural mahogany veneers, Also available in modern blonde flnM at higher'cost, u»• i y»» g«t ;>high'Style with mw tttt«fir$at 8n4 aand»rubbe4 finish t i « two/lmJUi'te s^eqnas, one for FM, one i99 Standard broadcast,, .'trouble-free iUtoawtiP recQr4*<*8ri4er an4 other rk/wif v#/et x • 1926 ASK US Weather Strippteg, asphalt shingles. Free estimates fof youi ftome. Write of call Gamble' s^i^Algona. Phone 2ft. . ulatf FARMERS—IF YOU WANT THE • best deal in Iowa for the blanket farm and tractor liability •Coverage, you need go no further. No further charge for additional tractors. Pay once a year. Covers the hired man or any member of the household, covers livestock. Lowest cost in Iowa. L. S. Bohannon, over S & L Store. Phone 'g. a!6u55« GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sulation, Rock \5ool Batts and granulated wool are available for. your hor-e. You too can insulate your own home. See usl F. S. NORTON to SON phone 299 a3utf For All Types Concrete Work READY-WIX CONeSETE Delivered to your job fe u4atf SUPPLY CO, Algona. Tueiday, April if, SEE ME FOR R«AL in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Jphil 1. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. it's - —• -^ «•» •»•*•» i & FOR FASTED GROWTH AND MORE EGGS/. V ITAMINS BALANCED gel them 'all Use tliis rich, ccntrate with Mix starting, ing mushc? cost. - MINERALS PROTEINS. You in POULTRATE. highly potent con your home grains, growing, and lay. at amazingly low POULTRATE is a pure concentrate. It contain* no grains, grain by-product? or inerl fill. era. Every ounce doe? a real job. Thai mean? fast gains and high egg production at a big saving. Try POULTRATE H. R. Zumach &Son Geo. H. Meyer, Agent Whittemore and Surrounding Territory FO^BJLT FEEDS **<' THANK To all you folks in the Algona trading area-a real honest-to-goodness THANK YOU! I have sold the store known as THE ALGONA HARDWARE to Mr, John Swartz, who will continue the business under the same name. % It has certainly been a pleasure to be in Algona the past five years, and you folks have been very wonderful to me. My only wish now is to have you come in and meet the new owner and give him the breaks you have given me these past years. I'm going fishing! Again-A SINCERE THANK YOU! 0. F. Peterson r • "I Vt fd'l ""'A''- '' THE NEW OWNERSHIP OF The Algona Hardware • ' • ...'•-.',- n It is,a pleasure to announce that we have, purchased the Algona Hardware }from Mr. O. F. Peterson. _ The change in ownership took effect last week, and we are now ready to in-, vite you to come in and get acquainted. We will be happy to welcome you whether you drop in to say hello or come for a purchase. Mr. Peterson has conducted a high class hardware and gift store in Aigona, and we will spare no effort to continue with the same type of merchandise— the same friendly service. v At a later date we will have a grand opening at pur store, but for the present we want to remind you of some of the well known lines of merchandise that we sell. SEE US FOR HOOVER VACUUM CLEANERS HOT POINT APPLIANCES SPEED QUEEN WASHERS HOMECRAFT POWER TQOIS GIFTS FOR All OCCASIONS 1 r ^ .-'A 1 1""" » * ^» *' * V.3 '" "•f, '-"t V if.' , I ; ' JOHN D. SWARTZ

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