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Upper Dii Malnii fuitdiy, July if, 1948 Polio Scare, But A False Alarm -.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad were very much alarmed one day last Week when the small soft John was taken suddenly very ill. His temperature was high and a doctor informed them that all _ symptoms were polio but there was no paralysis. Penicillin was given and John soon was better and alright the next day. at the Kossuth hospital/spent the weekend at home. """ . Nedra Wolf, R. N,, whb is em ployed in a hospital in DenVer Colo, came Tuesday for a three weeks vacation with relatives and friends. Enleriains Hostesses Mrs. Harold Becker entertained her shower hostesses at a party, at her home Thursday afternoon. Games were played and prizes went to Mrs. Raymond Lovstad and Mrs. George Becker, A two-course luncheon was served. Pictures were taken of the group, as they came with a Tnovie camera, by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. Forty women attended. Visiled By Slorck Mr. and Mr.A Edward Wolf spent Sunday at Carroll with the Leo. McWeenys. At noon Clare Wolf called there by phone from Scranlpn, Ark., and announced the arrival of a bouncing baby boy that morning. The baby was named Edward Joseph and has one sister. Michael Anthony, first child, weighing 1 Ibs. and 13 ozs. arrived Wednesday at the Hanford Brock home. Woden. This makes another grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jandl. Patricia Wolf, assistant nurse BURT . Mrs. Wyot Stott, Lebanon, Mo., is visiting her mother The Delmar Angus family at- anAngus gathering at the Cotton cottage at Lake Okoboji last week Tuesday Esther Hodgson has been con- i . ti t r° Jher , bed bv illness since last Wednesday. Mr- and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Vlrs. Clifford Holding and Ion 3ruce, Were Mason City visitors ast Tuesday. Mrs. Don Webster and daughter, Pamela, Atlanta, and Gail Carlson, who has been spending a couple of months with the Websters, came Friday for a few days' visit with their mother, Mrs. John Koestler. Gail will accompany her sister back again for the rest of the summer. Betty Thorman, Spencer, spent last week at the John Scott home Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Thorman, came after her Sunday Esther and Ruth Hodgson spent a week ago Sunday with Mrs George Marty at her cottage at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs. George Crow and two children, St. Louis, Mo., were dinner guests Friday at the Delmar Angus home. Mrs. Crow is Mr. Angus' sister. Georgia Angus accompanied the Crows home for a week's visit. Chw, Jferiry delknfold 604-J, Algona. u29-30; Lost & Found LOST - FRIDAY NIGHT around theatre, light tan leather billfold with important papers Reward. Richard Webster, phon 75e --- — LEDGER, 6 MILES north of LuVerne. Finder please notify Dr. T. L. Williams, LuVerne. Reward. a29u* Farms for Sale SALS-GOOD 160 ACRES. J "able, Webster silty loam, veil tiled, with landlord's share f crop. $200 per acre if taken oon. 1 mile from town. Emrnett U Knary, LuVerne. a29-30u* FOR SALE-170 ACRE FARM near Alexandria, Minn. All under cultivation. Excellent build- S} c F, tricity ' $85 acre - Mar-Wells Store, Algona. a29u!9 Household Goods WILL SELL SP1NET-~TYPE piano in Algona for $365 if tak. ?" .? l ° nc e. Convenient terms. Write to Critchett Piano Com- P^L V| . Des Moincs, Iowa. a29u* FOR SALE-KITCHEN RANGE" white enameled, • like new ?e'm ed to sell. Joe Reding, Whit SEE THE ELECTROLUX VA- cuum cleaner. Only ,f69.75, com? f m, G> A, on H> Hutcl "ns, phone ^081, Algona. uloaHU i T single hired man fit bnco fo work on farm, Good yea WANTED—COMPANY t * ii V •»"» ",s"» ^viRona soor °n i«M toKme » Wfib WJJUId like to Iv »x.! business of their own in w. Kossuth County. Write al giving phone number. Raws, Dept. 1AG"60-20B, Free- 111 . U29-31a* WANT TO BUY-STAMP COL^ lections, old enevelopes with tamps attached, and postal cards MS? Cal*Algona "S^T^ U29-30a* WANT TO , RENT — GOOD quarter section farm. Exper- enced young farmer. B es t of eferences. Write Box 10 r ',- Alona Newspapers. u29-30a* WANTED—CUSTOM MAY AND straw baling. New Holland one- urn ^ W , inc *? ailer - 80 lb - bnle !2c Will lako large jobs. Ewalc Haack Wesley, dial 3262 or Eu gene Brodci-ion, dial 2161. U28'30a29 *!-—«*"*•' 4.w* mjf ittimiy u my absence. Mrs, C. Bolie, .i., 1 want lo thanfe ail my friends and neighbors fdf thfe many letters afief beautiful cards™ and *^.—- st , ftt me W)iil6 j ., ahd during m, fi"?r ?"•* es P€*ifilly U.wov wnu help&d out for^my f,ahiily during a29u* 2ARD 6P THANKS t 1 wish to thank all those who sent me cards and- letters • while was in Rochester. Mrs. Harold "olwell. Miscellaneous ; f vff?/<'/'<,^'.<'; i*,v' U| '' ', >' ,• }• X"T<''{*V* iSi $ Cities Service SEE MBffOiJ ftgAL BARGAINS keying aita' ei?imate/$h tiff, pwl J. Kofilhaas, i^ane 22, Algeria, Wfi CONCBEtfi ' Deliveed to ydttf job Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES-One charge for Iwo inserliont. Minimum charge. 50c, 12 words or loss, cash in advance. Each additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance; when charged: 5c per word. Blind ads 2Sc exira. Each classified ad will run once in bolh Ihe Tuesday and Thursday paper, for only one charge. Y For Sale FOR SALE 18 FT. HOMEBUILT house trailer, furnished. See Wagner's D-X. U 3o a * 7 ROOM HOUSE AT 521 WEST McGregor, modern except no furnace, newly painted, 2 lots, possession soon, owner determined to sell. See Joel M. Herbst. a29u25 FOR SALE 7 FT. INTERNA- tional power mower. Louis Scheppmann, Irvington, Algona a'29u» SMALL 2 ROOM HOUSE, large lot through to pavins southwest of Selzer's on Johnson St., owner determined to sell price $2250. See Joel M. Herbst.' a29u25 FOR SALE-MODEL B FARM- all, A-l condition, cultivate! for same. Phone 21, Lone Rock • u30a* FOR SALE — 100 LB. WHITE enameled Coolerator; also McCormick Deering cream separator No. 4 in good shape. Geo . Bode. • -uaoa FOR SALE — LOT ADAPTED . to basement type house, close m< i ?<'J 1Cet » S » 5 1°- Coward Witham. 313 West McGregor, AlRona. u30a* FOR SALE—1936 FORD FOR- dor, good shape. CIS E. State. u30a* FOR SALE- REGISTERED COL- he puppies. $25. David E Lynch, Lone Rock. a29u* FOR SALE-28" McCORMICK Deering threshing machine Phone 4569, Bancroft. John H Schueler, Bancroft. a29ul FOR SALE—RESIDENCE LOT , -^'25 one on paving, $1500. See Joel M. Herbst. a 29ul BARGAIN — NEW BRICK DU plex, automatic heat, paved owner sacrificing for business reasons. First .$13,000 now take it. See Joel M. Herbst. a29u20 FOR SALE—GOOD USED TIRES without breaks for use on farm wagons. Hoenk Motors, West ol Court House. u28-31a!7 INLAID LINOLEUM — LINO- wall tile laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. Algona. U l atf FAMOUS NAMES—SPARTON, Spartonetle, Schult, Elcar, Mobile Sportsman, Alma, Roycraft, Kit, Duo, r j>rra Cruiser, terms: Cash or Trade. FAIRMONT TRAILER SALES, on Blue Earth Ave., FAIRMONT, MINN. u21a27tf tOli SALE EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown m. Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.. Phone 275, Algona. ulatf CARLOAD OF ASPHALT SHIN^ gles just received. We put 'em on. Ask for free estimates. Gam- blca : alSutf FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. U 4ati FOR SALE— Dodge U T pickup, 1946, clean, sold guaranteed. 1939 2-dpor V8 Ford, clean, mechanically very good, I. H. C. 10:20 tractor, good running condition, cheap. J. E. Ukena, Lakota, Iowa u30-31a $1.00 OFF ON ALL COTTON dresses. The Elite. U 30aG WILL ALLOW $150 FOR YOUR lf) °' d P 1 ? 11 * 01 ? a beautiful new 1948 Spinet piano. Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. u30a s USED APPLIANCES FOR SALE —Two Maytag washers, square and round tub, Speed Queen and iJextcr washer; Majestic oil conversion coal and wood range white porcelain. Electric fan Mercury outboard motor, 5'/- h p. Cnlly Appliances. Phone "399 Harlan and State. U 30a Wanted WANTED _ EXPERIENCED auto body and paint man. Apt available. Kossuth Motor Co., Algona. u30a!3 IF YOU ARE.INTERSTED IN making $500 or more pe month, wrile F-53, Algona News papers. If your leiier proves J us that you caa meei our stand ards. we will gladly arrange an interview. Slale age and .experience. Must have car. ' u27-30a Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone who assisted us in any way in the search for our son. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ditsworth. a 29u CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation and thanks to our riends, neighbors, relatives V F W. and American Legion for their many acts of kindness and sincere expression of sympathy extended us at tiie time of the death of our son, husband, and athcr. John Riley, Mrs. Douglas Riley, Duane, Richard, Diane Jo, and Mrs. James Hammen. a29u* :ARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks .nd appreciation for the cards, loral and memorial tributes, and WANTED—MEN TO CONTACT farmers in Kossuth Co. for a feed company. Satisfied customers in local territory for refer- eAce. Write Box 198, Ft. Dodge, Iowa, for interview. u30a : * SALESGIRL WANTED — FULL time permanent position, must DC 18 years or older. Ben Frankm Store. u30a!5 WANTED—WOMAN TO CARE ^n°T b « a , by by the week ' Phone 7G9-J, Algona. U 3o a FOR SALE —" COOLERATOR, ail steel, good condition, $25 Call after 4:30 p. m. Clara Walke»'. 522 S. Dodge. u30a!7 WANTED — FURNISHED OR unfurnished apartment or nouse. By August 15. Couple. Phone 28 daytimes. u30a* WANTED — UMPIRING, AP- proved. Phone 856-W. G A Wittkopf, Algona. u30-31a'» Used Cars USED CARS— 1946 Nash lot? Chevrolet Aereo Flectline 1941 Chevrolet 2-door 1931 Model A R. & C. Motor Co. u30a KENT MOTOR CO. Algona Used Car Bulletin NOW FOR SALE 1935 Pontiac Tudor mil E or( ? Scdan Deluxe Tudor 1946 Ford Tudor 1946 Ford Sedan-Coupe Flash Feature! M! 1939 Ford Hi T. Panel Truck For Qualitv Used Cars SEE KENT'S Algona U 30u FOR SALE-1938 CHEVROLET coupe, clean, good condition. o p «r straver - Algona, phone 508-W. a29u* SALE — 1932 SPORT SE- ATTENTION — IMMEDIATE opening man or woman to take care of established customers in Algona. For famous' Watkins Products. Write Box 400 for interview with Fieldman. u30-31a26 NEEDED! MAN OR WOMAN at once to take care of established customers in city of Algona for famous Watkins products. Average $45 weekly income. No investment. Write'j R Watkins Co., D-88, Winona Minn. U30a . EXPERT POULTRY CULLING HELP WANTED Male or Female v Apply Algona Laundry Dry Cleaners Furriers East Across from Courthouse Phone 267 FOR SALE — OAK BUFFET f taken soon. Phone 10g30 FOR SALE CUCUMBERS FOR slianK and pickling. Half bu- snel or moi-e delivered. Lawrence g. Chipman, SVj miles north of ' u30a FOR SALE - « ROOM, ALL modern house, hardwood floors, ^6,500. Inquire at 402 W State, west door. u30a'* LOT FOR SALE—GOOD RESI- dential building lot. Phone 756 Merle Webster. u30all FOR SALE — OFFICIAL BOY Scout sleeping bag, excellent condition. Monarch bicycle Jig saw with 1/4 h. p. motor.' Richard Webster, phone 756. u30a21 FOR SALE—CUCUMBERS, AP- ples, Bermuda onions bv the pound or bushel. Call 7-F11 Orton Fi'uit Farm, Algona. u30a* Now Available At Your Favorite Beverage Dealers 5c — 5c Buy It By The Case! u29-30u _. . COAIi Complete stock on hand, Be Safe $£LLIN<9 SCHMIPTS/ International ».t_ __5 0 Farm Bureau ^ Sargent _..__1_ 4 Kirk Auto 3 3 TIMEOUT! FRIESNER'S SPORTSCENTER "You don'l mind my firing a few shols first to limber up, do you?" Hunting Talk is on The Wing h-uhu, . "i"9 to -turn to thoughts of Fall and hunting expeditions. The bovs are already talking over their plans here at FriesnerTa™ e^rvdlv W 9 T anduh " nti "9 equipment is growing every day. We know there's plenty of fishing time left- dered ° ' .667 .500 .333 .333 ,285 .143 .060 Guard ,1 5 " i fc ^J 1 6 Weidenhoff L_______^____o 6 Last Week Scores League International defeated Nat ; J Guard Percival defeated Lions Farm Bureau defeated Lions OTHER GAMES Sargent defeated Fairmont, Minn. THIS WEEKS SCHEDULE Mon,-—Sargent vs. VFW JayCees vs Farm Bureau Wed.—Weidenhoff vs. JayCees Nat'i Guard vs. Kirk > • . ' Fri. j Weidenhoff vs. •'(.' ASA District Tournament at Wallingford, la. First Round Harold, Emmetsburg 4—Sargent, Algona 3 Ledyard Legion 11-Estherville 1 This new weekly feature is sponsored by ' H CONSIGNEE Friesner's Sports Center FOR SALE—100 LB, CAPACITY Coolerator, Monarch electric range. Phone 487-J, 312 W. Nebraska St. u30a"' FOR SALE—75 LB. ICE BOX. $10. Single steel bed, $5. 7 tube radio, $5. Iron baby bed. complete. $5. Mrs. Sylvia Msrtin, 216 , u?0a* "Wonderful Values" SAYS ONE CUSTOMER She refers to the BIG SUMMER DRESS SALE NOW GOING ON AT THE CHRISCHILLES STORE. Over 200 choice, THIS SEASONS summer dresses, in all size ranges (plenty of large half-sizes) including wanted Bembergs, sheers, suitings, prints and fine rayons, covering both our popular price and "better" ranges,, are on sale at SHARPLY REDUCED PRICES. See them THIS week at the Chrischilles Store Two Big Shipments of FINECHENILLESPREADS Have Just Arrived fa ^" for home use and gifts. listen to the Alggna Hour on radio station KSMN, Mqson City (1010) from 10:05 te 11:00 A.M. NAME ONE OF TH ^SEVEN WONDERS OF TRUTH ^ PARADE ! %f# WWB&. of m ^ M//J0/0 AKE . py^^jps op ; HANGING GARDENS OF {TEMPLE OF PIANAi AT EPHESUS; THE STATUE QF AT OLyMPUSjMAUSOlUst .J.AT HALlCARNASSUSjTHE^ «* PHAROS, AT ALEXANDRIA ;' -'^ AND THE- COLOSSUS.AT RHODES. (' - • - s Go out and get your share of'these stamps, they are worth money to you. STAMPS GIVEN THIS WEEK AS FOLLOWS; '.••'; ' 'I Frigidaire Freezer-10 and. Ys' cu. ft. , ——1000 Stamps-— '• , Universal Gas Stove , ——900 Stamps—~ • f . Frigidaire Electric Ranges-tRJ.40 ——850 Stamps—-— '"-'• Frigidaire 54 in. Sinks •——950 Stamps—— • pirnsworth (Blonde) 6-Tube Combination 1000 Stamps™ -( ' \'- Th Chrischilles..«. " Badger Water Softener , — -900 Stamps --- Hamilton Beach Sweeper (Tank Type) I Maytag Dutch Qve.ii Ga§ CRILIY APPLIANG MDUAkie aaa « . , ^ , v Vrfl> __.5C V$.f -j-f; 9

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