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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 11, 1948
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ssifiedAds MlrhUrn ehfl^fe, SOe, 14 wbfds tt im, cash la* advance, ; Each addlHftnal watd, 4 esenig, cash fa advance} whetf tgdd: So p6t Word, Blind ad§ 8$g exffa, Eaeh.clisslfied ad will tun dues 1ft bolh the Tuesday-ana one ' , ndtte table. oVaf library bookcase and wrillfrg desk- glass door. Can be* seert' any flfhe before Street.- m. 610 ,W. red Peterson. sltfle ulfia* SEE THE cuum cleaner. Only $69.75, iplete. Don H. Htitchins, 1081, Algona. ' ul6ai«ftf tn«n, ttye fcftbw. the «st$ elf. busing&sMmtl your dM&f,>gdlsi ¥04 wiiMiKt! tm Drive in Homes For Par Sale _SALE — GANDER. 4V& les S.»B. Bancroft. Otto Els- U19a* 5AXE-5 YR. OLD SORREL Idle mare, well 1 broke, giiit- pery gentle^ Albert Bias, 6 on .Burt-, ul&a* SALE—99tf JOHN. DEERE |httir, in good condition. Eisenbarth, LuVerhe, .27-Jb'a, Atgorta. u!9a* SALE — BEANS, GOOD riety. $4 bushel. J. S. Cro• Algona.. ; ",, u!9a* SALE:; —.." HAMPSHIRE JSari servicea'bJe age. Joseph IkoW, Wesley. u!9a* SALE • — McCORMlCK- feering horse-drawn planter. Walter Rich, phone 26-F32. •• u!9a* SALE—20 A. RED CLOVER lay; ground. 7 miles north of Isleyi.L, Wyatf. u!9a* IR •SALE; — HEREFORD- pulls, eligible to register. Jos- A. Skow, Wesley. u!9a* PR SALE — SHEPERD PUPS, _gpod heelers and watch dogs. Suis Berninghaus, 3 miles south pne R6ck, phone 3816. ul9a* )R SALE—1 NEVf 50-T AUTO- fmatic' McCormick Deering baler. Algona Implement lo. / . u!9a!3 ifiet Victrola with records, ..also small basement wish stove, in good condition, Will selt^'Very' reasonable. Call at 1020 E.'State St,i 2nd house east Sargear "3.1 Algona, .. FOR SALE - FEEDING ho phone 18'FJ3 .. a!4ulltf SfilSS CGflN, lo coin. Sorlien Seed Farm, Bode,Iowa. _ • ul3atf • CARLOAD OF ASPHAL' gles just received.' We r _ ..... On. Ask for free estimates. Gambles. -v alSutf FOR SALE — 2-ROW high speed tractor planter?' rake. M; 'J. Meinzer, 2 miles east Seneca. alBu* FOR SALE — BLACK white Shetland pony. Stewart, phone 20-F111,- FOR SALE-GIRL'S 'cycle. $10. Coast to Coa's; > FOR SALE—13 ST. BOAT AN, trailer. $30. 420 East Call |OR SALE—EARLY MANCHU beansj <ecleaned, no cracks. ..mes tested. Bagged and weigh' Id. $4.50 bushel. E. R. G. Rvedel, ' "18-10-20a* BROWN SWISS, ?OR SALE ' bull, 2 yedrs oldi in May; with Ipapers. ; Fred- C. Kluss,' phone 134-15, Fenton, Iowa. U18-19al9 y! FOR SALE-YEARLlNCf' SPOt- . ted Poland boar/E,. R. G; Riedel, phone Burt 17-93. u!8-19a* TWO MALE COCKER PUPPIES, black and white, liver and [* white. $15 with papers; Robert F. Leland, Swea City, Iowa. u!8-19al7 FOR SALE^SHEPHEllD PUPS, good cattle parents, Ernest E. Meyer, Burt, phone 8 on 951 «j- ..,! ul8-19-20af CASE .^E-RR .— POP We Deliver BARRV'S—Pho. 343 ulatf r^-. POLLED'-.'-AND ^Horned Her<=a:6rd"bMls, "service-" nble ape. P. M. Christensbn, Lone Rock, la. ..,-.. '•'... u4at£ SALE-4-FAGLE WATER- proof home insulation', "blp\vn " Export inspection, estimat- p'-vice. Cowan Bldg. Supply |Co., Phone 275, Algona. \ ulatf SALE—Large old-time cab-* FOR SALE— 1946 N. C. M* slicer. baler, auger feed; loader and 10 bundles wire. new; Jim Christensen, W more. ''al8til9 bale Li MY HOUSES FOR. oh 514 S. Minrt,, the other" WV 310 E, Grove. 30 day. possess"' ' Walter Faulstich, FOR SALE— MODERN.DU^t 113 N, Phillips,' Ih « FOR SALE - 3-ROOM- to be moved. H; f. BroadwM Algona. . . .. ; ;al8U NEW HOME: FOR SAWO* & room and bath, 3'. bedPOOrttsi- fully insulated; Owner:ifiti'Bt ffloye soon. Priced to sell. Garage &h& full basement. Phorte Cart- R; Jasperson 1074-W. . *al8d27 Farms Far FOR SALE—DAIRY 'FARMS' 1^, central Wisconsin, 40-200 acre 1 equipped or bare farms priced to sell. Own a 'Clark Cbunty farm in the land of clover, eerft,; gfairte and pasture. ODIN; REALTY, Neillsville,' Used Cars FOR SALE . % ton. 1946- V-8 way we do business. And 16ok these over. 4 1948 GJtev, 5 'passenger coupe. Used 1 houf. „ . , ; : ; 1948 Chev. Pleetline Sedan. 'Used,,! hour. 1 1948' Ford Sedan Coupe. LikiS 19V?' Pord 1 i ton truck, Like H&&f Plvmouth Cdach, Low mileage, f939- Ford Deluxfe Coupe. A slick little car. 1938 Chevrolet Coach/ Service- abler • ' 1038 Plymouth Fordor, Worth the /money, i 103& Pontiffc Coach. Really a nice car. * I 19.36 Chevrolet Standard Coach. luflfeelieVeablte new. You won't . believe vour eyes. i 1935, Fbrd Coach. New motor, iftice cdf., ; We Trade. Easy Terms. i W;- E. LEY MOTOR CO. \ . takota, Iowa a!8u •* HELP WAN? EB Ptfhianent positions lot rH«ft SHd women in shep depis> obdd .WtJfking conditions, floea hoiilfS, g»Sd pay, 1 » Apply a*' RENT Iowa- uiS*2ffS WANTED-WE; ,CAN USE. MEN in Kossuth GbUftty who, Have lived on farm, must know; live- stbbk feeding. Miner physical dot, Tects no handicap. For 1 interview Write Box 208, Fbrt Bodge." u!9a* WANTED-T6 RENT A HOttSE, , 4 bedrooms. Will pay a year's rent m advance/ Phone lOO'Oj Algona. ulB-20al7 WANTED - HELPi WANTED—MAN- OR WO-, inarH steady income averaging $4'». we.eklv.-i Call'on customers for" famous Wtrlkins products in city of Algona.- No investment. Business established; immediate earrt' ings. ' Write J. R; Watkins Co., D-8fi; Wirtona. Minn. u!9a*" WAITRESS WANTED—APPLY in p'ersohi Myers Cafe, AlgbnaV. ,.:•' ul9a8' SGHOpL GIRLS WANT HOUSE: during summer months. , ,ul?a* FOR SALE—1936 STIJDEBAkER- 2-door: Call 442-J between, 6' and 7 p. m. '-'Ul9,a* FOR SALE — 2 GUERNSEY cows, ' 3 Shorthorns, rfplstein heifer, all close Up springers. Emil/Eimersi-Burt,. , • " " I STILL HAVE PEIS.TE .brid seed corn for sa, „ numbers;. Elmer. C. Potter, phone 25-F121i'.. v BOX CANDY Large 1 Household Go FOR, SALE — COOLER'ATOR'; whjte enamel, pre-war, steel shelves,, ice, tongs, ice cubj cellent conditiori. heater, go'bd running order. Har- Reding, Bode, phone 2547.,., ' '• ea old FOR SALE— USED .machine. $r4.95. Marshall Wells Store. u!9a9 FOR SALE^PIANO AND ELEG- tfic'r^iige. Call 614-LW after" ajSulO F 'OR SALE -r-iUSED .. machine." $29.95. Coast Store;. . FOR SALE—1941 CHEVROLET, clean, reasonable. Raymond Bachman, West 3rd St., Britt. ' , . ulga* FOR' SALE—1939 4-DpQR- !^Edan :Chevrolet,i. alll neW> tires, radio and ; heater. Reasonable price. Phone 2520^ Bpde.y :C4U" "2351;,' Wesley or see Rose' Arih, OP. Mary Joyce Kollasch, , ul9al8 ',$80' REWARD FOR INFORMA- . tipn-' leading to rental of two, bedroom apartment or house act ceptable to advertiser. Best' of reference. Box M, care Algona Newspapers. u!9a*S» WANTEDf-GIRL' FOR GENER" al houseworki Mrs. L. E. Lin- naflv Phone 480. u!9a9 FOR SALE; — 1930" MODEL: A\, fairly • good, shape.;', Oswald\ jLallialPi.421; ;E; Lucas;,'-: ;, r Ml?. FOR SALE^19B¥ tiao,. A»l- i Simpson at Kent Motor Cb^ ^ ; U;19a4 FOR SALE—1935. DODGE'\S,E-< dan. Geo. Koestler, Burt, phone 3 on, 100. . •FOR SALE—1937 BUICK, .QC \ Monarch range, ; 'also -'T[ bridle for $125. Wm. Jones, with. ••"''. - '' or-. Ba*' FOR SALE — 1940 'tional 1V4 ton truck, 8V4 ly new "-tires, combination) and stock rack. Also 4% yard bottom, dump-graVel box. "Bit-' cellent condition' C. 'S. Christ&v sonf European\Hotel. -'aloUl FOR SALE—SLIGHTLY dinette set, chrome leaves. Francis Rowe, car A. Skow, Wesley. FOR'SALE OR TRADE cheaper car, 1940 Ford, ' sedan, good condition, $925 May be seen after 5 p. m. Tesdahl, second house south, of- Irvington school. ' alflu* WANTED.—.PASTURE. FOR 4 horses, H.- M, Colwell; phon,e 44$b " • . "-..'• ; ul.9alQ yards. See Ray McVay otf Jerry lf ing, McVay, across from Ulfers Stock* , a!8u* WANTED — EXPERIEINCED painters. Good waged and stea'dy work. Write Box 619; Al- goha. a!8u* WANTED-SHlPPlNG CLERK, Should have knowledge of export shipments, export freighting, domestic crating, traffic,, and rbuting. ; WANTED: Men with some, experience in spray painting! WANTED: Workers in sheet metal. Comfortable working conditions in new plant, Life, hospital and disability insurance. /Apply Jos. Weidenhoff, Inc., Algona, Iowa. Employment office open 8 to 4:30 p. m. daily. a!8u54 LADY, SMALL DpG, 'WANT ride Spokane, Washington, Will consider relay. Aberdeen OF Bill- irtgs. Mrs. Lanphear, 604 S. Dodge, phone 356, Algona. a!8u* WANTED — MAN. TO MOW lawn and do yard work. Phone 119, .Algona. alBu* WOULD CARE FOR CHILDREN by the hour. Phone 447-LW, Algona. alSulO WAITRESS WANTED—APPLY . Algona Hotel. a!6utf WANTED — ASSISTANT IN i Call Theater Confection Shop. Phone 35. u!7a9tf WANTED-MALfi OR FfiMALt •help at once. Foil or part time work. The Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners. ul9at8 Lost & Found FOUND — LADIES WRIST watch, Owner identify and aay for ad. Algona Newspapers Office. al8u!3 LOST — 18" PLOW COULTER Tuesday afternoon near Chas. Heiderscheidt farm southwest of Algona. Please write or call Donald Mains, phone 8-F121,. Algpnaj R. 1. al8u* Cords* of Themis* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank al my friends for making my stay at the Luth>- eran hospital, Fort Dodge, more pleasant. Mrs. Ray McCormick. al8u* Tuesday, M&y It, 1948 wall tile laid fry experts/Custom* work. Cowan fildg. Supply Co,, Algona. * ulaif CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and appreciation for the floral offerings, the memorials, and the assistance of our friends during the illness and after the death of C. C. Baas. Mrs. C. C. Baas and family. u!9a* Miscellaneous CESSPOOLS, SEPTIC TANKS, cisterns cleaned any where. Write O. Owen, Gen. Del., Algona, Iowa. al8-21u!4* AI0ona Upper Ofes Md ifi farttis, loaflSj BASEMENTS DUG, gravel, strippings, fills, washed sand and gravel haulert. Geo. Schu macher, Irvington, la. a9i-18u' FLOOR Heavy •jquipment, plant. Cowan BId'g. Algona^ phone 276; SEE.ME FOR REAL BAR&AINS TRACTORS ON THE HIGHWAY are motor vehicles under the new law. If you use a tractor on the highway, you need our tractor insurance policy. We sincerely believe that we have the best policy gt the lowest cost that is offered in this community, L. S. Bohannon, over S & L Dept. Store, phone 103. GRANULATED ZpNOLITE IN- sulation. Rock Wool Batts and granulated wool are available for your hor>e. You too can insulate your own home. See us! F. Si NORTON & SON phone 299 aSutf INLAID LINOLEUM —-LINO- A smoother, tougher, beautiful gloss finish that gives your floor or porch wear-re?istittg '' protection. For wood or concrete— inside or out. Con-, tains finest spar varnish for' •iurnhiJity. One coat cover*. Dries overnight. Six'beautiful colors— Tile Green, Oak, Tile Red, Light Gray, Dark Gray, Brown. PROTECTS —inside and outside 'GAL. NORTH CENTRAL IOWA FEED AND PAINT CO. DIAGONAL STREET PHONE 628 •t o tf * fi J USED CARS, TRUCKS Buy your used* Car frpm a or Sale EQUIPMENT PUMPING SYSTEMS WITH PIPE r ' *"* WATER HEATERS WITH PIPE ELECTRIC, GAS, OIL SOFTENERS FOR EVERY NEED Lennox - Green Colonial Furnaces Complete Line of G.E. Appliances AMERICAN KITCHENS AMERICAN COMBINATION RANGES MOORE COMBINATION RANGES , PHILCO AUTHORIZI It takes a big engine pull a HEAVY Load" This little engine is good for its purpose, but is not built to pull such a big load. in ; the United* States has in»creased!* only 1% since 1940. In the, 'flame"eight years, a 10% increase in popu- ' "jla^Ion h£es added about 12,000,000 m6re ' mouths to feed. These new American appetites i'' .' L need plenty of dairy products. Where; are they com- liiXg from? More cows? Certainly that should mean f rhore milk. But to bring more cows into production taSes^tihie—three years or more. The other solution is to; increase the average production of milk and butterfat per cow. On many farms, dairy production hag been increased without adding more cows. Hejre's : how: '.> 1. Improve your pastures. Dairymen have a saying—"Grow more grass and makejnore cash!" Good grass is your best and cheapest dairy feed. Lime and fertilize. Control weeds by sprawng and mowing. Reseed to improve grasses. Thesefare all good pasture builders. ' 2. Handle your milk and cream efficiently. Mechanical separators reduce loss of i butterfat arid improve its quality. Give more careful attention .to sanitation. Quick cooling and proper handling can help you sell milk and cream, of better quality, for more profit. 3; Eliminate cattle pests. New sprays, like derris and DDT, used on the herd and in the barn, can rid your cows ot grubs; practically eliminate pesky flies, and h'ce. These pests rob America ot an unbelievable' amount of milk each year. Iowa alone sets the. loss caused by heel flies and grubs at nearly 250 million pounds of milk in one year. ,4. Control mastitis and Bang's disease. They are serious enemies of milk production. Complete control of them could increase the nation's milk supply 2P% or more. That would be one quart every day for'30,000,000 people. 5. Check with your neighbors. See what they have dorie to increase their herd averages*- You can also get help from yourCounty Agent, your Vocational Agricultural teacher, your State College Experiment Station, or your State Veterinarian, ' v Increase production with more milk per cow. And more milk per cow means more cash for you. \, (\ j.....^.-.....^ » Standardbred vs. Crossbred Chickens by R, George Jwp Ohio State University, ColuoibiMt Ohio The relative merits of ataodardbred vs. crossbred chickens may be summed up in three words— not much difference. &ut this djfference is more often In fevpf of the weU'Chesen prossbred. - * ' The advantages pf a good crossbred are; The larger engine is designed to handle large l(jads—efficiently, economically and easily. Two-thirds of the livestock is produced west of the Mississippi River. Two-thirds of the meat is eaten east of the Mississippi. Bringing these two together is a job requiring a large engine. That's why the country needs nationwide meat packers like Swift & Company. For with processing plants located where most of the livestock is raised, we can help bridge the gap between'westerti range and the kitchen range. It is an important jot), and we're proud that we are able to handle a share of it. > How you gonna care for 'em down on the farm? Fresh, high-quality eggs grade better, Bring_ better-prices help build consumer demand. Ideal eggs, are large, fresh* and clean. They are uniform in size and shape. CJear, thick whitQ?,f; 1 and firm, evenly colored yolks show good interior quality. -.",',' ' , Top grade eggs begin with, a good flock of layers, properly .' fed and cared for. Remove 'the roosters when breeding season'-, ends—your hens will lay as well and infertile eggs keep.much i, better. Keep the nests well filled with straw. Gather eggstyfo" or three times a day . . .Never wash eggsl Use steel wooLto J ' clean the dirty ones . . , Keep them in a cool place—not over/ 60°, Sort them in the case according to color and size. Market' ' them at least twice a week. . , Remember, your best advertisement is to produce eggs which will reach the consumer fresh, clean and evenly sized. Quality : helps make a better market for your eggs. ' ' " Soda Bill sez: .".-, if you 'bark at people all day you'll be dog-tired by night. . , , it's funny how opportunities look so much bigger going away than when coming, '""^v. J rt SUMMER SAUSAGE SCRAMBLE • , (Yield: 2 »ervings) 1 tablespoon butter 4 eggs '/i cup chopped symmer 4 tgbiespoons milk sausage (cervelat) . Melt butter in skillet. Add summer sqysage and fry lightly. Boot 9991 with milk and add. Cook gervtly, stirring cqrefully until/uifjef(»*ill moist). Serve mmediately, OUR CITY COUSIN milk a tsm frw 4 the u^ist *nd!" H AM & EGGS GO TOGETHER Milk, cream, poultry and eggs brought producers a gross incorne of nearly 6M Billion dollars last yea^r. That's big business! Every family in the nation uses dairy and poultry products. These products are perishable. They have to be handled with care, It's a big job to process and distribute butter, cheese, ice cream, dressed poultry, and eggs in prime condition. It's a nationwide job—as long as America, We have nationwide refrigerating and wtaj dji,.. facilities to serve bpth producers aiw conwrqers, JL ,„, nomical to use these same coolers, refrigeratoy-cara trucks for dairy and poultry products. The Swift salesman sells meafc pewltey, eggs, qheese, ter and other products. In this way we can have one sal fop swrtee/j QU mere products, .instead of sisteen eal each setting one product, The same goes for df live If you weje in business marketing many 3""to th§ same buyers, wpuJd you h«ve one's product? You would have each, salesman sgu paany > jucts. Th^t pavw money, $$ prt, f ' — J ^ f ' 9, That's aw way, too. v ^ \( CHICAGO

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