The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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o~AI{j6na Upptf fin Mdlnii ^j^.^.^,-^^. ... ,..... 1L|] _ . , u ] , ^ „,.... Cuf V. A, Visits Here To One Day After 1 June 1, only one day n week will be atlotod to Algona for a visit ot a Veterans Administration adviser. The day will be Friday, and the officer from the V. A. will be in the Chamber of Comerce quarters over the Iowa State bank bldg. Heretofore there had been two clays a week here. Lawrence Misbach is the V. A. representative in this area. He was also advised that five cities had been eliminated as V. A. contact points. A decline in demand for V. A service, and an effort to reduce operating expense, were given as the reason for the reduction in itinerant service. Tuajtlay, junt 1, 1941 480 Cars Get A Safety Checkup In a surprise safety check of automobiles held last Wednesday evening at the corner of Jones and State streets, by city police and state highway patrolmen, 480 cars were checked during the evening. Of that total, 95 were given tickets instructing them to have faulty car equipment replaced or repaired and only one summons was handed out. Stop lights anc tail lights that failed to work were the chief deficiencies. Three from the city force ane five state patrolmen participated in the check. No. Central Iowa Angus Assn. FOR SALE -*. Deering 2-sJat bottom 14 iftch plow. Gerald Angus, Bancroft. 2% miles ftotth. 2 east Lofte Rock. Phone, 1009, Lone Rock, ,'.....„ ..:•/. ,:"',:' : . a21u* Mr, and Mrs. Roy Davis spent Memorial day at Bode with relatives. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES—One charge for two insertioni, Minimum charge, 50c, 12 words or less, cash in advanc«. Each additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance; when charged: Sc per word. Blind ads 25c extra. Each classified ad will run once in bolfi ihe Tuesday and Thursday paper, for only one charge. Wanted I FOR COLLEGE STUDENT WANTS sleeping room from Juno 20 to Aug. 28. Write Edwin P'rerichs, buu'alo CjnU-r. u22a* WANTED CLEAN RAGS. WILL pay 5c to 7c Ib. DAU'S GARAGE. a21ull WANTED CUSTOM CULTI- valinK. Jack Hawlcy, G miles ncjrtheast Algona on Plum Creek road. a21u* EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS housework. Anna Micliaelsen. 51!) West State St. a21u- : HIGH SC'IOOL GIRL WANTS Keneral housework after June 1 during school vacation. Inquire at Alyona Newspapers office. .-v SALE — McCORMlCK- Dccring 221 cultivator, in good '" rl1 * 1 "" A/I — H. C. Nelson, u22a!4 ! condition. Mrs. phone 29F2. FOR SALE—BROILERS. CALL before 8:30. Mrs. Don Moore, phone 2F4. u22a* FOR SALE—NEW IDEA HAY- loader. very good condition. Arthur Kadow, Burt. u22a* FOR SALE—80 ACRES Kossuth county, full sot of buildings which need some repair, 20 acres of pasture, balance- under cultivation. Price, $150 an acre. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. u22a29 HIGH SCHOOL GIRL WANTS summer job caring for children at lakes. Write Box 400-C, Alg"na. a21u- WANTED — FIVE HOLSTEIN springer heifers. Call 2F111 if you have one" or more. Robert Hagg. u22a!5 WANTED' — CUSTOM BALING. Have new MM self-tying wire balor, 16x18 bale head size, 14 gauge wire. Robert Hamilton Dial 58G1, Bancroft. a!9u21tl WANTED — ASSISTANT IN Call Theater Confection Shop. Phone 35. u!7a9tf WANTED — GIRL FOR GEN- cral housework, plain cooking, throe adults in J',nnily. private room, sleeping porch and bath a. White Boar Lake near St. Paul, close to bus and movies, good wages. Inquire at the Algona Newspaper office. u21a34tf FOR SALE — GREENFIELD house and 2 acres in Sexton. Make me an offer on this. C. W. Nicoulin. Algona, Iowa. u22a!9 FOR SALE — 1934 MASTER Chevrolet, new tires. Melvin M. Elbert, phone 2341, Whittemore. FOR SALE—MODERN !'•. story live-room house, 22x26, built in 1943. located 2 mi. north, 3 1 .;. west of Bancroft or 4 south, 1 oast of Swea City. To be moved. Leander Menke. u22a32 HOUSE FOR SALE — 5 rooms, partly modern, S4500. 422 W. State St.. Algona. u22a!3 FOR SALE— 1933 CHEVROLET 2- door sedan. Call 1026W. . ___ _ _ FOR SALE— 1940 HUDSON 6, n • \v motor, new tires, price •^5. _ Louis Cink, Wesley. ii22a" For Sale FOR SALE—TABLE MODEL radio and phonograph combination. Roger Didriksen, phono 73 " w - u22a(g)tf '.''OK SALK 15 FT. JOHN uecre John M. Welhousen litonka. al!lu' MAJI-lJNE FOh Sale—Belle City 28" all steel rol'er bt-aring, all belts, good condition. George Kiggins, Titonka. FOR SALE — REFRIGERATOR in good condition. Call 383W. u22a8 PURE BRED ABERDEEN AN- gus Sale, Mason City. Iowa Fair Grounds. Thursday,' June 3 starting at one o'clock.'Lunch on grounds. 17 bulls and 34 females For catalog write R. V. Wilkinson, Sec., Rock Falls. lova FOR SALE—C. C. CASE TRAC* tor oft rubber and cultivator, motor excellent lortdition; also 15 ft. disci Orville Oafdrter, Lone Rock. , , a21u* FOR SALfr^S LOTS, EACH 4x10 rods, on 107 E. Oak St. Water and sewer, gravel street, good walks, large odk, elm and hard maple trees. H, R. Cowan. ' v ' u21a28tf FAMOUS for Renf **-<«-•• *™ R«NT- worklhg men. M., tot Use$l Cars ee, ftiRmed rfeJov, Flew owe day last JSMX Awhile' buP in tHe^ Phofie FOR SALE -^ 1935 MASTER .Coach Chevrolet, $220. Used Kerrick steam cleaner, S?6. See Leonard Boettcher, LaleotM. _ a21u* Household Goods .-, Spafefonetlo! Schult, Elcar, Mo- S?J C SPSftsmft'ttf IftlttVa, Rqycraft, ' , Kit, Duo; • 'Ee.rte;, Gi'uiser, Terms: So^tt'St. A^SS; FAIRMONT TRAILER SALES, ort Blue Earth Ave., FAIRMpNT, MINN. '' : ' u21a27tf CASE BEER — POP W* DolltM BARRY'S—Phd. 343 ulatf SALE—-EACJLE WADER- proof home insulation, "blown n?' Expert Inspection, eslimat- ng service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. ulatf :ARLOAD OF.ASPHALT SHIN- gles just received. We put 'em on. Ask lor free estimates. Gambles. alButf BOX CANDY Largo Assortment BAHRY'S RECREATION . ,u6atf. FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. u4atf Farms For Sale FOR SALE—DAIRY FARMS IN central Wisconsin... 40-200 acre equipped or bare farms priced to ell. Own a Clark'County farm n the land of clover, corn, gram and pasture. ODIN E. WANG REALTY, NcillSvjlle, Wisconsin. • u!5-24a* FOR SALE--^ 3-BURNEft PER- fection kerosene stoVej 2 burner electric hot plate; 6-piece oak dinette set; 1 writing desk; carpet sweeper} porch ^giMfes rug; bedroom' chair; 'ehtldVHrish mail car; antique table and chair, all in good condition. M.t-s,,Chet R Cook, .|? fc'Cal. /e SEE THE ELECTROLtJJC VA- cuum cleaner. Only $69.76, complete. Don H. Hutchlris; phone 1081,-Algona. u!5al4tf Lost & Found LOST—MY YELLOW PARA- LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, Jupe 4 Guy De Leo Tuesday, June 8 Malek's Accordion Friday, June 11 Rex Pine VOTE FOR Hugh L. McEnroe OF ALGONA, PLUM CREEK TOWNrHIP Candidate for the Republican Nomination for OF KOSSUTH COUNTY Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated Now Open! JL Next To Von's Cafe At Four Corners HOURS: 6:00 P. M. to 2:00 A. M. on Weekday, 2:00 P. M. to 2:00 A. M. Sundays. Closed on Mondays. Featuring Hi-Boy Hamburgers Chicken Sandwiches atSauaaaaa ,. and ttfl. faftify daft*. 6ft .l-Oad—flare box endfrfe, Cliff Jfoover, BurL phone 3 bh 81 , U 22a* LOST - PAIR g^ALL BOY'S glassy hear No. Phillips arid Elm. Reward for return. 'H. B. waller, Algona Newspapers. > a21ug ^ardsof Thanks CARD OP TMANkS-lt is with a feeling 6f deep gratitude that we express our sincere apprecia- Miscellaneous ,, -O'W carrt^ with you? ' 6wft truck. Will be loaded by eontrae- tor, ho. charge. Algoha Aifjsdft Commission. ' a2lu28 ,- LINO* )tiie mid by espes-ts/eustoih i C6waff,fild«, Supply Co,\ Ulfl JjfflralBMfr Tojftg, dfaiftage [ -to youfjibb , •*-njfg'lf^ ; ulatf COAL ' Completejitotik bn hand,' 1 •Be Safe - A Call 434 Raeily Lbf/fcd, - Al •» Mel B. Ofiff In, Mgf. Uiatf • *' WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF NEW ER DRESSES >v ^ .s u 1 I Wl ^. W >*x: ARE TOPS! m & "A ^ ^ + v J, \-- «,. €•: I i *$*. *>&*'-i • - » V 1RT: S * , , „ '^^S 1 ' , V-v'>, ra !>{}!• (,//4V »/i< a\i ;:*y :4//jH /7» ; //<! Ml an ii ^§\£ Hi te^lH 1 ^' iil A t-iw'»- -• H&t.M.a ,- Cool, conifortnbio, clinrnthi^ cottons for every occasion • ilinf's likely- to. oroi> liy'^oii J» 11 r su minor calemlnr. Pliiids, .stripes mid .solljls in liretty feininine styles' r :feiit soft snn-drenclied .colors. Sizes « to 1,1. jo to tfo'^nil MJs to 24^. V ]» v5 J._ i= to '$ f.i " 4.' ">*- •tAii «l' P • f . .£ t0?:v^wniy i^S^" '•*^j t ^\ i\l Wj You'll fjnu mors el- tractive dresses in this gigantic summer collection than vou've over seen in Algona at one lime. And they- are. all handpicked for style and value and .wearabil- ity. There are plenty of Bembergs too— that's the best summer ''bet" of all, SUe ranges are com' jpleJe, too; Jhere are Juniors in sizes 7 Jo 15; and misses in sizes 10 to 20; and women's in suet 38 to 46; and finsUv thws are half fim for you har«MQ- <ll IjrilH In »Ues i4'/a to ?6'/ ? , Bywy f«wi' nint hoart ihould be happy. «:A«^ ..?4 A IE > SHiji '»*!«. We ore shewing a large se}ec-> Uon of fine cotfpns «- cham* brays, ginghams, awillngs, ba« «stes, Ussues, rtyont in BJwveless end sun-back models for every summer ecws' ion, Hot wwJher h Mn 't r^al- If. wrtvwl bw* jjon't W ait yn* S,i*i? ft ! ",'? »M~*h»» U may be Jog jajf, guy yew* in *hi» do Chrischilles Store v i"-

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