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|t*tf. and Mts. Edward f have* ended an insurance meeting at 4soft City, Tuesday, June 1. th -a luncheon being given at le Gbuntry club. \Mti and Mrs. Leslie Samp, Ke. Illf with their two sons , o s, re -Memorial weekend guests of le Andrew Godfrcdsons. Mr. Imp*, son of Mrs, Godfredson, is nager of a Ford Hopkins store lere/ Monrbe Mikkelson of „ ', Colo,, spent last week th' her parents Mr. and Mrs. try Phillips near LuVerne. She pme with'Mr. and-Mrs. Fred- jnn and family of Laramiei fyo. Mrs. Dunn is a sister of If. Phillips. I Mfc and. Mrsi John Ei MeEnroe fetumed recently from Evanstonj 0., where they attended a sole* |anp recital given by their ughter Patricia, May 26. Miss |cF.nroe will receive her master's rfic in music from Northwest... university, June 16. [Mr. and Mrs. Frank- Thorpe, Seir son Russell of Ames, and late Skinner of Ipclianapolis Bent the Memorial day weekeno fere with Mr.' and- Mrs. Antor Bldfrlksen. The Thorpes also vis- led Mr. 1 Thorpe's mother Mrs. L Thorpe, and his sister Clara! | Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stophenson fc Santa Ana, Calif., were reccnl Jisitors here with Miss- Clare fhorpe and her mother.^ Las' tiesday they went to* Mason City to visit the. A. A. Bishops. Phe Stephensons are former Al- lonians. .' They will come back here- from Mason City to spend |everal days. M*s. Ella Martinek and hei Daughter Aline haye spent two veeks at the Harold Martineks in :he Doan vicinity. Miss Martinek left last week for Cedar Falls to ptcnd summer school, and later pn her mother will join her foi he rest of the summer. Aline fraught in the high school at Cal- jlendar last year and was rehired. Wm. Larson of Tilonka had [business in Algona last week. [Mr. Larson spent the winter at lElPaso, Texas,, with, a daughter [Vilma.'He returned 'home about four weeks ago. Wednesday was [Mr. Larson's first trip here since last fall. He was sick for a time before going west but has made an excellent recovery, drives his [own car, .and. his activity belies his 80 years.. Next'week he plans' td go on a fishing trip to Minnesota' with relatives. Lm wt »fci«d tw»«t>«f Mf. Mrs, Henry Seller were their son in-law and" daughter; MrPtftfif Mrs. Martin Bleich, of Miller'. " > Mf, afld Mts. Edwa*d Sherma of New York City came Sunda for a two weeks visit with trt former's mother, MT*S. T. C. man. ' • '• Dr. and Mrs. C, C. Shierk rods, on 107 E. Opk St. Water and- sewer r gravel atr«et ( good- walks, large oak, elm and hrffd' maple trees. H.i R. Cowan,. family spent last weekend at'Ke* nosha, Wis, with Mr. and : Mrs, A, B. McCall, parents of Mr"s\Shierk, and with other relfltifes. Mr. and Mrs. A. F (i ThorrtpSdrV Mrs. Vivian Moore, and 'Mrs. Mel- Thompson went to -Mad61ia, Minn.. Friday, to atterid the" fin'Bl rites for a brother-in-law of Mrs. A...F. Thompson. "Mil- The Ed wilftitts .went, maifl*! dianola a week ago Friday to visit the Roy Crawfords and...»fi'ool, there the two couples went to Kansas City where they "Spam the remainder of the holiday weekend) returning Monday,, Maurine Bbrmanrt began v/ork last week at the .Gamble store where she is office girl. She had previously been employed at the store but for several months has been working at Emmetsbu'rg. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith had,as guests last weekend their -daugh* 1 ter and son^n-law, Mi', ami :Mr/s. Raymond Harr, 'of Humbbldt.' The Smiths went to Alta, Saturday, to attend the wedding Sunday of a nephew. • .' • *•;• Gregg Phillips, of Superior, spent lasUweek' with- his i gfatjd*- 1 parents Mr.,and Mrs. Perry lips. Gregg is the 1 3-yea»-oL. _..,. of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillip's who touted the Black Hills -and visited-at New Castle, Wyp., last week. Wayne Tyler, accompanied by Howard Black came- front Ottia- ha, Neb., and spent last •.- week Sunday and Monday > here/, the:, former with his grandpare.'ft.ts'? Mr. and Mrs. G. A, 'Sharp, 'the latter with his parents Mr*-.and Mrs. Lyle Black. ' ; < Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor and Linn were dinner guests S'uhday of the latter's brother and sfst'ef- in-law, Mr. and -Mrs^Carroll Willrett at Wesley, in honor of the third birthday of the Willrett's daughter Judy. The pater~ri'at grandparents, Mr. and- Mrs. A."R. Willrett were also guests. >'<•'•' Mrs. Barney Casler is leaving this week Tuesday evening:; fdr- Chicago, 111.', -to visit her son and daughter-'in'-law- Mr.- and-'-" Mrs": Harrington 'Greene. Later there is to be. a. family reunion - and Mrs. Casler expects to be gone;a few yeeks and attend this meet- 'ing. FOR SALBX-4 VERY NICE- Per* sian kittens, reasonable; atsto small solid oak library tableV $to Phone 919^J. J,- C, ICucHyrtkftj 435 North Haflatt Drive; a2"2tt* FOR SALE—NEARLY 'NEW white kitchen cabinet: Mrs, Ray Kading, Fenton, phone 418; Lone Rock. a22u* etv atetloHSf y,. graetlftg. eafds, ler tank, kerosene heateu, srrtall oven ( -crocheted and- embroidered pieces-, etc; Afternoon, June 11, all day June 12, 414 S; Moore irrgar* age/ , u23a38* Lost & Found • _ ,„•„,,. 7, * _^_JL| LOST. — , BETWEEN WttlTTE- morei ahd Wesley 4' children's 6oa-ts. Fittder leave at Newspaper Office. Reward. u23a!4 FOft SALfi — W. C. ALLISi Chalmers, complete With- cultivator, rear attachment,' power lift and P. f.O. Axl icortditiOfti Marshall Pfescott,* Rlhgsted FOR SALE—TABLE' MODEL' .radio and phonograph combin-; ation* Roger Dldriksen, phbiie 73-W. u22a(g)t£ GOOD WORK HORSE' FOR sale. Will work ; any, .place* George Gengler, Whittemore, 82211* FOR SALE — KARRIALL De- Lux fqlding camp trailer, like new. Sleeps 4. Has ice; box- and air mattresses. Lots of ; luggage space. Boat 'could' -be carried *on f top. $485.- Theron Hanson,- 2 mile's west, 2 north- Wesley. a22u*- FOR SALE^-JOBN' BEERE1. A.' G.1290 cultivator. H. E! Brpad- well, Algona. i ,a22u* FOR SALE—3-ROOM HOUSE, wired. Built 1 year. H. E. Broadwell, Algona. S22u* FOR SALE: _ MOTORCYCLE,good condition. $tanle'y'Rie- ddlj' Burt, phone 18 'on 92.y — a22ulO CASE BEER — POP We Deliver BARRY'S—PhD* 343 ulatf SALE EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown m." '-Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. .Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. u-lttf CARLOAD OF ASPHALT SHIN- gles, just received. We put 'em on. Ask 1 for free estimates. Gambles. • alSutf BOX CANDY Large Assortment "\ BARRY'S RECREATION • u6atf. C B '• f* • lassified CLASSIFIED RATES—One charge for twp insertions. "1 ' ^ Minimum charge, 50c, 12 wprds pr less, f <iash in advanfcel £ Each additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance; when charged: So per wprd. Blind ads 2Sc extra. . ' "I «p Each classified ad will run once in bpth.the TuesdayTjBod Thursday paper; for only one charoe. ' ' "*" " " " ' ~* For Sale [FOR SALE—MODERN 8 ROOM house divided in two apartments, fine location. $8,000. (J. W. i Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. u23a!7 .FOR SALE — GREENFIELD house and 2 acres ground in Sexton. C. W. jNicoulm, Algona, Iowa. • • FOR SALE—ONE APARTMENT size gas range. Can be scon at Sawyer's Skelgas. Dick Walker. u23a* FOR SALE—MODEL B JOHN Deere tractor with cultivator, good rubber. Also 1930 Plymouth, . new rubber. Kenneth McCoy, 5% miles south Hobarton. u23a*- FOR SALE240. A Co. farm near Ruth ven"? (food buildings, elec., school bus, well drained, on gravel joining-pave^ ment. To settle estate. See L. W. Nitchols, Atty., Algona. U23a27 FAMOUS NAMES—SPARTON, Spat-tonette, Schult, Elcar, Mobile Sportsman, Alma, Roycraft, Kit, Duo, Tflrra Cruiser. i'j.'erm§: .Cash or Trade. - FAI TRAILER S/UJES, on Blue Ave., FAIRMONT, MINN.. u21a27tf FOR . SALE—2-STORY garage, l§>-24, suitable 'i'. rriodling. Jay D. Graham, Burt. a22-23u* 'FOR SALE — HIGH QUALITY baled alfalfa hay, good wire bajes, ^1.50 per bale. Delivered to your farm if taken at once. Good clover hay, $1.35 per bale. Can ^ be seen at my place 4 miles west, i. 1 south of Algona. Ervin Gerber. u23a* . FOIi SALE — HYDRAULIC f Fahnhand; also Brady tractor with cy>'le bar. Willard Appelt, >Swea Citj*.-, u23-24a* FOR SALE—RUG, 12x12, RUST )> tone on tone, very reasonably FOR SALE — USED 30H&A1. galvanized hot water tank v .Sl{5. ; Algona Hardware. Phone " ' • priced. Phone 976-J, Algona. u23a* FOR SALE tors. 402 S. 8.14-LJ, Algona. TWO COOLERA- Moore, phone u23a* FOR SALE—15-30 McCORMICK Deering tractor, 40 ft. King & Jamilton elevator, complete with jaist. Clarence Marso, West lend. u23a* y 'FOR SALE—ONE NEW IVfc H. P, Neptune outboard motor, Qne used 5 h. p. Neptune outboard motor, J, E. Ukena Imple,, La> FOR SALE — 50 LB. enamel ice box, In good shape Algona Hardware. Phone -2-W'-* FOR SALE 2 GOOD washing machines. $15 a' piece. Marshall-Wells Store. FOR SALE—IMPROVED".148 'A. farm near Lone Rock.- Spe J 1 . A. Nelson, Ringsted, Iowa.- : ''' a22-23u* FOR. SALE—MAJESTIC COAL and bottle ga's range, Used only three months. Perfect condition. Spilles Hardware. a22u!6 ,FOR SALE r-- SPEED QUEEN wpsher, brand new, used only 3 months. Dick Pool,- phone 385-rW, - u23a!4 SALE.— NEW 1^ H, P, and Stratton motor. Appliance. u2_3a!0 FOR: ISAlilv-36 FT, ELEVATOR, New Idea. Fridolf Soderberg, - OLSON LIT- ter carrier, complete with track , cable. N^W blacksmith forge; ji 410.75. New pedal grindstone, $18.75. Algona Hardware. Phone 274. * u23a23 FOR SALE-igOWS TO soon. Raymond Laabs, Lone i FOR SALK — 16 MM sound projector, excellent c on,- ,ditign. Write Box 632, W. FOR SALE — 10 BU. KOBOTT soy beans, early variety, Leo McEnroe. a22u* FOR SALE—5 BONDS OF $1,000 each Kossuth County,' Iowa, Court House, 2% due 12-1-64 and Optional 12-1-58—to net investor 1%. Said to be tax free in Iowa, Apt. 231, 5555 Sheridan Road, FOR SALE—POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. . P. Wti Christenson, Lone Rock, la. u4att SPINET-TYPE. PIANO FOR sale—Reduced to $345 if sold in Algona. POWELL PIANO CO., 1448 Harding Rd., Des Moines; la. u23-24a20 SQUARE -. in- Lakota or M. Priced ale. Reward for return, Mrs, 51y Anderson, Swea City, a22u* LOST—MAY 28. BLACK cloth Coin: purse either Cummings or rlbods'. Reward. Finder return So'-ttewspaper 'office. a22u* LOST THURSDAY EVENING in Algona—Black and brown Chihuahua dog, answers to the name- of Skipper. Will Gilford, phone 3811, Lone Rock. a22u* Fitch Feed Store. Gall ter 6 p. m. Robert Etheringtorti. a22u* USED CARS Ford 4-dr., radio, heater. 1940 Chev. 2-clr. 1940 Nash, 4-dr. 1038 Chov. 2-dr. Intel-national panel truck. R. 8? C. MOTOR CO. Algona, la. a22u Miscellaneous FA'THERS DAY— WE HAVE A tew Sunbeam Shavemasters on Gillingham Electric, phone 68-W, 1015 E. State St. u23a* MIRRORS, TOASTERS, •..; ifons, vacuum sweepers, fans, nibtors, 2 used washers, water- lift/ Gillingham Electric, phose SffflMV, 1015 E. State St, u23a* ^^di?<5f Thanks CARO 07 THANKS: Mr. and. Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer i/'H'.td-.thank their many rela- tlv-js and' other friends for flower? - gifts, calls, and cards received- .''urins the observance of their Golden; Wedding; anniversary. a22u* We wishi to- extend owr heartfelt thanks to .the following neighbors who • so -kindly came and planted our corn for us'fol- lowing my recent accident. Beryl Priebe, Fred Westendorf, Chester Sill. Harvey Larson, Ben Weber, Richard" Kane.v and Wendell Rihgsdorf;: .Also thanks for all the- other adts of • kindest shown us during; this time, Many thanks also to Roy Ringsdorf for all his help. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Grubb, Burt, Iowa. a22u* Forms For Sale FOR SALE—DAIRY FARMS IN central Wisconsin. 40-200 acre equipped or bare farms priced to sell. Own a Clark - County' farm in the^ 1 land, of clover, corn, grain- and pasture. ODIN, E. WANG REALTY, Neillsville, Wisconsin. u!5-24a* WARNING—WHEN SPRAYING thistles in corn and thistles in oats be certain to follow exact directions on the container, as there is very little difference in the,amount required to kill grain and : the amount required- to kill thistles. Kossuth County Weed 'Commissioner. u23a43 WE' REPAIR ALL MAKES OF washing machines and refrigerators and have wringer rolls fqr> all makes of washing ma- cnines. Maytag sales and service. Crilly Appliances. . u23a25 SEPTIC TANKS AND CESS poots i c-lpaned anywhere.' Call at my 'home or drop a card, Charles Hanson, 718 N. Minn. St. u23a* ORDER YOUR DUCKS NOW— •.La'sl hatch June. 17th: Phone 2-lftl, Whittemore Hatchery, WMttemore. - u23a!3 FARMS FOR SALE—I HAVE several thousand acres to sell. See or call Herbert Thiner, phone 3741, Brewster, Minn. a22-23u* For Rent FOR RENT—PASTURE FOR 25 head cattle. 4% miles northeast Burt. R. E. Steven. a22u* Used Cors Wanted WANTED—CUSTOM HAY AND fetrawrbaling.^TNejw; Holland one-man baler. Ewald Haack, Wesley, phone 3262 or Eugene Broderson, phone 2161. u23-27a!9 WANTED—GIRL FOR GENER- al housework. Phone 93, Titin,- ka. u23a8 WANTED •-» DOORMAN, middle ,aged. Iowa Theater. Phone 35. a22u8 WANTED — AUTO MECHANIC, experienced. 'Johnsop Chevrolet, Armstrong. " a22u* FOR SALE—1931 MODEL A. IN- quire at Auto Collision Shop. Algona. u23a* FOR jSAjLE—1936, : CHEyR.qLET '• 2^-dbdr'sedan,' : good condition. See Robert Vander Wilt at Kossuth ^Hospital. . u23a!4 WANT TO BUY — USED 4" well casings. Norbert Thilges, Bode, phone 2561. a22u* WANTED—ANY WORK THAT two -men can handle, such- as concrete, carpenter;, or painting. Phone 282LW. • a22u*/ MECHANIC WANTED;— MUST be experienced and able to operate . precision motor rebuilding equipment. , Permanent position; Apply in person E.G.! Swain-Auto Parts, Spencer, Iowa. a22-23u24 WANTED' TO RENT — HOL- stein bull. 'Andrew C, Hanson. Sexton,'Iowa; a22u* BOY WANTED — USHER at Call Theater, Phone 35.' a22u8 FOR SALE^-6 case electric Coca Cola cooler. Used only 3 mos. $165. Hamilton Store, Lakota, Iowa. a22u* Chicago, 111. a22u* FOR SALE — PRACTICALLY new Massey Harris, 10). Jr. cultivator,* Robert Hamilton, Ban<croft. . ' a22u!2 FOR SALE-H-M 329 CULTIVA- tbr. John Erpelding, Whitte- a28u* USED APPLIANCES FOR ^ —2 gpod Speed Queen washers, 1 automatic, I Cororado; groun tub ' Maytag I 1 ' good ^quflpe, ,§» washing machine; 1 good Monarch, electric range; l late^mi^tel gas water neater, Cnljy APPU- anc.es. Phone 399. HarJaA and- State • a22WO FOR SALE—231 . Henry Lensing, Bancroft. FOR SALf-A NICE SQ im0fpved 160, level, ^11 ster and Clarion corn " ou> of Algpna.. Hard , eleetripity. Price $200,"* Noonan, Emmetsburg, lows BROKEN JEWELRY WANTED —All kinds. Highest cash prip- es paid for ringg, jewelry, spectacles, gold teeth,' diamonds, broken and usuable watches, etc. Cash mailed promptly; -Write -for FREE s hi p p;i n g container. LOWE'S, Holland Louis, Mo. Bldg., St. a2aui» WANTED T- RETIRED business men and farmers, with, cars, to represent us in Kossuth^ and ad* joining counties. Need' two to four men in each county. Requires no investment,^ Work when you feel like it calling on. farmers. Should makei. $30 to< $goo a week. Permajjent -if you work J5. hours or more? a-^weefc, We-tell-your customerg-about our fire equipment; you .take orders and delivere S9metning every farmer-' and homerowner needs badly. Now selling* in. ; every state and 3S foreign countries. Write:' R'ed Comet of lows, Ma- City, Iowa. -a? , Myers C§fe, WANTUP - CUSTOM Ifove new MM setf4yjjig s>?e, gauge wif©,< gav Hamil Dia.1 Household Goods .—; , rr—i-vavsp^tjK.**-^:-!- f-f a ---™-^ r ^--- , **»O * &m#k ?mim . $W {' -j ^ f - " t ^ | IS* 1 4 riJ M^'/ i " t 4 ^^,4 J a* T ^^ J-* " J*-' i ' • ^/,* - " * ? s* -'-,?-» """ USED CARS .. We' will save you money.and you-.can buy with confidence at an established dealership' at the same time. You will like the vvay we 4o business. 1949 ; Mercury Sedan. Fully equip; ped .to trade for a late model clean car. 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Sedan. It can't be told from brand new. v J 1947 Chevrolet Aero Sedan. This : car is immaculate and carries new car guarantee. 1947 Mercury Sedan Coupe. A local car that has had best of ' care. ,1947 Chevrolet Town Sedan, Exceptionally low mileage, beau's tiful 2 ,tone color. See us for cheaper cars. We have-what you want at the price you want to pay. Drive in. Easy Terms — W.e Trade : W; E. LEY MOTOR CO. Lakota, Iowa u23a "Portraits in the Modern Manner RUSSELL STUDIO for Beautiful Portraits Group Pictures Portraits of Children'• • Wedding Pictures No Extra Charge When We Take Photos at Church or Home RUSSELL STUDIO I HAVE NEW BADGFR DITCH machine, Can handlo all kinds of tiling; If you have any tiling to be done, please get in touch with me right away. Chas. Wagner, 132 Putnam St., Algona. n22u* FOR DEPENDABLE POULTRY culling write or call Agard Produce collect, 2421, Lu Verne, Iowa, All poultry paid for on the farm. u23-30a20 K*LOOR SANDING AND REF1N- ishing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable, powei plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. Algona, phone 275. ulatJ GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sUlation; Rock VJool Batts and granulated wool are available for your hone. You too can insulate your own home. See us! F. S. NORTON & SON phone 299 a'Julf Tuesday, June 8, 1048 Algeria Upper 0ii . ' . . USED APPLIANCES FQfe §ALE —Two good Speed Queens, 1 round tub Maytag, 1 Dev.ter and 1 automatic washer, all late models. Used 30 gal, gas water heater. 2 good Vi h. p. used electric motors. Crilly Appliances. u23a34 <&« Delivered -to SUPPLY Algona. INLAID LINOLEUM — LINO- wall tile laid by experts. Custom work. 6owan Bldg. Supply Co., Algona. ulatf SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. • ulatf COAL Complete stock on hand. Be Safe Call 234.Raenly Lbr. Co. Mel B. Griffin. Mgr. ul'atf 105% East State Phone 1045 u23a CUSTOM BALING—CASE BAL-. er. Lowell Samp, phone 2-F23. care Andy Godfredson; a22-24u* LEGION BALLROOM Friday, June 11 REX PINE Tuesday, June 15 "HAPPY" JAKE Friday, June 18 FATS CARLSON Its New! It's a Beauty!! General Electrics New Wringer-Washer € ? 't <M*> fa NEW MORE THOROUGH • ACTIVATOR WASHING ACTION ONE CONTROL WRINGER • $109.75 up KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT STORE John Deere Farm Machinery—General Electric Appliances * 4 FOR SALE—1930 MODEL A Ford. 1 block east, 2 blocks AUNTHET BY ROBERT GUILLEN "It takes money to make the mer»=go, Ofter 9 million dpi- whoever finds tl|e <;«. and pome un^ would iind U cemtt to li wfcsl 5 ISN'T msklng I \ Ct?^89, 9H|'*l»PP i» e MI Ueld, ke* jj service Bnjoy driving ^ KOSSUTH for One Whole Year with every fine \ Nurses' 17 /ewe/ watch, roll gold plate, steel bock coin edge, radium dial with sweep, second $33.50 'Men's 17 /ewe/ watch with gold filled case $47,50 Men'* 17 /ewe/, wafer reststantt /ncabloc, radium did// pnf/'mognefic sweep second/ .sfo/n/ess steel ?«§;• $37,50 Yog know" peace of mind when yew wegr a Wekmonn, They're io accurate and well, conifructed thgt the mflny» fqctwrsr barti theie wat?he$ 100%, N9 wwtes afepyt ac> cidenU and attendant repair cettf for one whole year! atch and -> V •* Wiltgen Bros. i' • SFrnmons sensational sofa — the Hide-A-Bed — is a feature value during this great 77th Anniversary Sale. A beautiful living room piece, luxuriously upholstered, the Hide-A-Bed conceals a big, double-size mattress inside. And you'd never guess it! Superbly comfortable—it's the perfect answer for an extra bedroom. Popular styles to choose from. Lovely decorator fabrics. Full $!«», innenprtng mattrxt. Nat |uil a »leeping pad. t SJMMQNI • It has M M after >fce«e a/f * <•-- -^ t ' -'^C,^

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