The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algotia tipper Des Moincs, Algcfta, Iowa, Jftn' AUCTIONEERS AND DEALERS FOUND VIOLATING OPA Recent surveys made In the Des Moines district of the Office of Price Administration disclose Widespread violations of OPA regulations by auctioneers, dealers and pawnbrokers, it Was declared, today by Walter D. Kline, director; "License warning notices have been' issued to dealers and auctioneers found in violation on the surveys which have been made, Kline reported. He said enforcement action will be taken against anyone found violating the regulations. Buyers of used furniture and other used household articles should demand that sellers from whom purchases are made are complying with OPA regulations, the OPA official stated. Buyers Can Help Kline further stated that buyers can be of great assistance if they insist upon each article being properly tagged. If the buyer is in doubt, he should consult his local war price and rationing board. In this way, he said, the 'buyer will learn the correct price and help in control of what might become a difficult inflationary problem. With the exception of electric washing machines, electric refrigerators, gas stoves, vacuum cleaners, bed springs, photographic equipment and typewriters, (which articles have specif!^ regulations sotting dollar and cents ceilings), used articles are set up by OPA regulations into two classes: Class No. 1, an article with no parts missing, in good condition, clean and with good appearance, and Class No. 2, any article not meeting the standards of Class 1. Class No. 1 articles must be priced at not more than 75 per cent and Class No. 2 articles at not more than 33 1/3 per cent of the new price of the same or similar articles. Kline said the class number must be shown on a tag attached to each article, along with the ceiling price and the selling price, of all articles offered fot sale or sold by dealers or auctioneers. Items to fie Tagged Auctioneers must tag each ar* ticle showing the class and the ceiling price, Kline stated, and it is their responsibility to conclude the sale when the ceiling price is reached. No item priced at less than $2 need be tagged, he added Householders selling their own individual personal property are free from price control with certain exceptions. The exceptions are: used electric washing machines, electric refrigerators, gas stoves, vacuum cleaners, bed springs, photographic equipment and typewriters. The OPA has advised all persons wishing to sell used goods to call their local war price and rationing board for specific information. x SOUTH KOSSUTH QUINT TOURNEY HELD AT WESLEY Wesley: A tournament for girls' basketball teams of schools in the south half of Kossuth county will be held in Wesley Friday and Saturday night of this week. Whittemore and LuVerne will meet Friday night at 7:30 and Titonka and Wesley follow at 8:45. Alfred Schenck Sale To Be Held Monday Alfred B. Schenck, prominent Union township farmer, is holding a closing out sale on Monday, Jan. 29, at his farm 4 miles northeast of Algona. He offers for sale 50 head of livestock including five head of Holstein cattle, 40 Hampshire bred sows, and two head of horses, together with a complete and very good line of farm machinery, also seed corn and lumber. Colwell Bros, are auctioneers and the Security State Bank is clerk. The Schencks have purchased the Bertha Godfrey home and will move to Algona. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association ALGQNA, IOWA AS or DECEMBER 3lst, 1944 ASSETS First Mortgage Loans Loans on Passbooks and Certificates Other loans Properties Sold on Contract Real, Estate Owned and in Judgment Investments and Securities (U. S. Bonds Treas. Notes) ,-. Cash on Hand and in Banks Furniture and Fixtures Accrued Interest on Investments Dividends Receivable and 837,409.05 415.74 None 781.30 None 535,788.84 46,917.23 1,821.17 2,890.85 48.00 TOTAL ASSETS - .$1,426,072.18 LIABILITIES Members' Share Accounts $1,233,430.26 Shares Pledged on Mortgage Accounts None Advanced from Federal Home Loan Bank None Bon-owed Money None Loans in Process 101,855.45 Other Liabilities, including dividends payable Jan. 1st. 1945 7 ' 734 '°I Specific Reserves 8,124.26 General Reserves 70,917.80 Undivided Profits 4,010.34 TOTAL LIABILITIES $1,426,072.18 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS H. R. Cowan, Pres., M. G. Norton, Vice Pres., C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y and Treas.; Elizabeth M. Nugent, Cashier; Jessie L. Smith, Asst. Cashier. Directors: H. R. Cowan, M. G. Norton, C. R. LaBarre, M. P. WiJaver, Frank Kohlhaas, H. M. Hauberg, W. A. Foster, and Hon. G. W. Stillman. Each Account in this Association is Insured up to $5,000.00 Coast-to-Coast Store €nd of Month Sale Car Jacks, bumper style _ Safe Metal Boxes 1.49 Elec. Stove single plate ---- Master Liquid Hog Medium- 10-qt. Galvanized Pails Tractor Lamps— 2,49 Boys' 3-buckle Overshoes ---- Aati-Freeze, gallon Bring your container. : Motor Oil, gallon .Hot Shots, Ever Ready ___ 5-gallon Chicken Wat- erers with heaters— Electric A or Oil *f « 600x16 Tire Chains 3.69 Cream Cans, 14-quart 131/3 Milk Pails 59c Tire Pumps. 2.49 Tractor Tire Pumps — with A AQ gauge -------- •?••? V 600x16 1st 4 A grade tires I •K 4-tine manure Forks 1.29 4-buckle Rubber Overshoes ---- men's A.U- A QQ NRVWW Coast-to-Coast Store OTA FOR SALE: '36 Ford truck, good tires and motor, grain box and stock rack. Call 347W, Algona. Douglas Riley. 4* ST. CECELIA'S cntmctt J. Mi Mallingef, Pastor Mass: 7:00, 8:30 and 10:00 a. fti. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL D. R. Martin, Pastor 10:00 a. m., Sunday school.- 11:00 a. m.", church hour, topic, "What Seek Ye?" All are welcome to the services of the church. BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. Kittrell, Pastor 10:00 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. m.. morning worship, sermon, "God's Purchased Property." 7:00 p. m., Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U. 8:00 p. m., eveninjg worship, sermon, "The Mercy of God." A service of baptism will be administered Sunday evening at 8. METHODIST CHURCH N. A. Price, Pastor 9:45 a. m., church school. 10:45, a. m., worship, sermon, "The Voice." 2:30 p. m., Senior Youth Fellowship Rally at West Bend. 5:00 p. m., Junior High Youth Fellowship. Leader, Dorothy Galbraith, with Dale Collins and Lynn Bush as hosts. CHURCH Clarence C. Rlchardsoft, Pastor 10:00 a. m., Sunday school, 11:00 a. m., morrting Worship. Since this is "Young people's tJSy" in the church, members of the Youth Groups will have charge ol the worship. 7:00 p. m., Junior Hi and Senior Westminster- Fellowship. Ardls Kresensky will lead the senior meeting on the theme "Can You Tafce.lt?" FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH E. K. Nelson, Pastor Morning worship 9:00. Sermon theme: "Power Not FearfulnesSi" Sunday school 10:00. Memorial service for Frank Moore at 2:30 p. m. CHURCH OF fHE NAZARENE Leo I. Best, Pastor Sunday school 10:00. Morning worship 11:00. Theme: "Entire Sanctifleation." > N. Y. P. S. 7:15. Evening service 8:00. Theme, "The Lost Christ." Midweek prayer service Wednesday at 8:00. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH L. H. Loesch, Pastor Sunday, Jan. 28: Sunday school and Bible class 9:45. Divine service 10.30. Holy Communion •will be celebrated. You are always' welcome in the house of God. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25o for 19 words or less. When paid with order, 2o per word; when charged, So per word. Nto afe- ents r commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire boar. Vaccinated. Walter J. Fandel, Whittemore, Phone 3163. 4* FOR SALE: California navel oranges, $2.98 bushel. Grapefruit, $2.69 bushel. Consumers Food Store. 4 FOR SALE: 25-20 Winchester repeater with box shells. One .22 Remington automatic, shoots long rifle shells. Phone 38-20, Gordon Haase, Fenton, Iowa. 4* FOR SALE: 61 McCormick-Deering combine with motor. Ceiling price. Inquire Upper Des Moines office. 4* FOR SALE: 10% ft. Kovear spring tooth harrow on wheels. Walter Kockler, Bancroft. 4*FOR SALE: 2 wheel trailer house, 8'x20'. Price $125.00. E. H. Pittman, Phone 782, Algona. 4* FOR SALE: Five room bungalow at LuVerne. Partly modern. G. H. Meyer, Whittemore. 4-6* FOR SALE: New Ford Ferguson tractor cab. '31 Chevrolet coach. Charley Wagner, 132 Putman St., Algona. 4* ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tl DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—chocolate, green, red, pink, blue and cedar for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, 15c. FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Early maturing Pioneer 353-A, 353, 341, in large, medium, and small flats. C. L. 322 in large and small flats. C. L. Bailey, Phone 626-J, Algona; or Amos Angle, Phone 958-W, Algona. 2-4* FOR SALE: Young Holstein milk cows. Also Moline 2-16 plow. Jake Meyer, 1 mile west and 1% mile south of Wesley. a2*lf FOR SALE: 400 bales of straw; also team of horses. Ernest Nauman, 3% miles south of Burt. 3-4* FOR SALE: Blue Tag seed potatoes and tablestock potatoes. Different varieties and sizes. Best of quality. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles //west and 3 miles north of Swea City. 3-tf FOR SALE: 20 ft. trailer house in good condition. Reasonable. H. A. Holmgren, Lone Rock, Iowa. 3-4* FOR SALE: Used Spotted Poland male hog with papers. Melvin J. Faber, Algona. 4* FOR SALE: 4-^wheeled trailer, good -tires, size 30x3.50. Clarence Nelson, Wesley, Iowa. 4* FOR SALE: 160 acres, good house and barn. Good soil, needs some tile. Close to Titonka. $95.00 acre. Possession if bought at once. Also 160 acres unimproved, $75 an acre, same section as farm above. C. W, Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 4-5 FOR SALE: Moving out of town." Must sell by Feb. 1: Overstuffed chair and davenport, kitchen table and chairs, complete bedroom set. Steel baby 'buggy used six months. 606 South Thorington St., Algona. 4* FOR SALE: 1938 Ford V-8 60 coach. Has good Ford radio and large, new heater. Below ceiling price. M. A. Sorlien, Bode. • . 4-5* Lost-Found LOST: Brown leather billfold either at Wallburg's or on road to Whittemore from Wallburg's. Wm. Zimmerman, Whittemore. Phone Lone Rock 4006. Reward. 4* Wanted- SCHOOL BOY wanted for part time job in meat department. National Tea Store. 4 MARRIED MAN wants job on farm. Separate set of buildings, electricity. Two boys capable of working. Inquire this WAOTfcD tO ' BttY: ' Safe "aft* show case.. Alden . MdAdam's, Swea City. , WANTED: WMtfCSS and ond cook; Aifriia Ilotfel, WANTED:; ^Waitress, Lusby & Giossl Luncheonette. . 4 EXPERlENC'ED single 'man wants year 'round job on iarm. Phbtte 3213, Whittemore. ChaVIe's Le* May. . 4* WANTED: Drlver.\ $35 a weeH dnd Commission. 'Algoha Laundry and Dry Cleaners.' Phone 267. 4 WANTED Service men familiar with farm implements and tractors. Men selected will be trained t6 open new Service Departments.in farm stores in Iowa and adjoining states. Service Supervisors will eventually be picked from these positions. Ask for 'C. E. Bundy. Farm Store - Manager MONTGOMERY WARD Mason City, Iowa 4 WANTED: Cook. Lusby & Gi- >>ssi Luncheonette, 4 WANTED: Checker in local grocery store. Good wages. Inquire this office. 4* WANTED TO RENT: Farm. Full . line of equipment, two tractors. David McGregor, Algona. 3-4* WANTED: Girl or woman for drug store work. Lusby & Cfiossi. . .'...: 4 WANTED: Married man for farm work. Year around job, best of wages and extras. House with electricity furnished. Thoreson Brothers. 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City.,.;' 3-if WANTED: Married man on farm. P. M.- Christenspn, Lone Rock, Iowa. • t 3-tf ALL DISPLAY advertising co'py must be in the hands of our printers by Wednesday noon ' to insure publication in the paper the following Thursday. The Algona • Upper Des Moines. 2-tf IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines. 40c and up. ' . 13-U WANTED:: :Dishwasher, man or woman. Lusby & Giossi Luncheonette. 4 Miscellaneous PLACE YOUR ORDERS now for Commercial Fertilizer. Supply limited. Sargent & Co., Phone 360, Algona. . 4-tf NOTICE: The Humboldt Breeder's Co-op will hold a meeting at the American Legion Hall in Humboldt Saturday, Jan. 27 at 1:30'p.m. 4* VETERANS! Investigate open- ,.;.,.ingfc-yjrith A & P .Food Stores for '^Positions with a Future." Experience desirable but not necessary. Apply local store or Personnel Department, 316 S. W. 5th St., Des Moines, Iowa. 4 GUARANTEED USED CARS 1941 Olds Sedanette •-'' 1940 Chevrolet Coupe ' 1940 Willys Sedan 1938 Plymouth Sedan 1937 Chevrolet Sedan '1934 Ford Coupe ~"1934 Chevrolet Coach We Buy Used Gars W. E. LEY, Lakota, Iowa JUST RECEIVED: 24 piece Sil- merit.-. Portable Cp\van,fetdg, S 276', Algdna,, .1. Exchange best, Baseitt&nt G«6d Used JPumijure\ Difilflg foonl^-Llvlrig.^abm'a Sreakfastseti, Buffets, Radios BJUSTROM'S " IJ^WtftB PHONOGRAPH' RECORDS •*- AD the hew releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric. Algona, Iowa. • 1-ti SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.— Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tt INLAID LINOLEUM, Hnowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.\ Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. le-S^ TYPEWRITER RIBBONS: We have a new' shipment of all kinds of typewriter and adding machine ribbons., The Algontf Upper Des Moines, Algona. 4-5*. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for the,many kindnesses extended to us during the illness and .death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Brayton and children. _ ... 4 Card of Thanks I take this means -of extending my thanks for the. Kindness'shown me by the neighbors and friends, If you are going to do any tiling this spring, it is well to place your order now for spring delivery. rf Order your fence— Creosoted Posts, Steel Posts, barb wire today as we a r e securing some of these items. PHONE 229 F. S. NORTON & SON ITS BALANCED tun COUNTS! Feed Hens Nature's Way —get MORE «K« for LESS Step (rindtnf, mixing, buying eoatly Ingredlenti for maibei. Juit five your hem your unground, home-grown (rain In one lelf-feeder •nd Sargent Grain Balancer In another—and let them balance their own rationi. Then watch your egg production it up and your cotU (o downl • SARGENT ',H&^^** - _.«.i-n ^— Or,a! Ibis modem, en-bnndlnc nro- plement gire* jonr : heni mln- > mil, proWnj, vttamlu and other Incredienti needed- to btluiee your home-srqwn «raln raUon. Noinhdhr'J to do. Jut put it In the aelMeeden and TOOT heni do the resb Sara time, nvn money, and enable* Ton to feed more of tha cheapest ration Ton can cat ; —TOUR OWN CHAIN. Juit tire tt a trial and " ' Mt. A«k/oiudwte.y WHITE'S MARKET Phone 631 ' E. State FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Cavalier B flat cornet made by Conn. Fine tone. Excellent condition. Price reasonable. Mary Lee Cole, Corwith. 4 FOR SALE: Hampshire male hog, springing Jersey heifer and Maytag motor. Kenneth McCoy, 7 miles south <>f Algona. 4* FOR SALE: Girl's wine coat, size 6. Phone 3121, Whittemore. 4* FOR SALE: 2 stacks of clover hay. Geo. H. Johnson, Algona, Phone 13F13. 4* FOR SALE: 200 bales of red clover hay. Louis Scheppmann, 1 mile north and 3% miles east of Irvington. 4* FOR SALE: Choice Polled Hereford bulls, serviceable age, priced reasonably. Elmer Kubly, 5 miles east of LuVerne. 4-5* FOR SALE: 3 room house, wired. Leonard Dittmer, Burt. a4-5* FOR SALE: 2 1%-vglt radios with power pack batteries. One two years old, Ptber three. Cpmplete- ly overhauled, Clarence Nelson, y, If»w». 4* Thinking About 'The New Spring * ,- •, • Apparel The whole merchandising problern for 1045 is a revolutionary one, We started buying these new Spring goods in September 1944 so we could have them here for you NOW, , We have a nice stock of QUAUTY SUITS, COATS A^TO DRESSES right now for ypur early selection, Folks who have shopped the larger cities tell us our assortments prices are RIGHT, / . TVhy,,not come in white you aw "in tlm roood"? You'U find much to entice you here— and pleasant sales ladies to show thJl^aHtilul^Sppmg garment?, s>ei, &fe",ti& gome to widrloojj, arpuj«J» We'ye »Qt Store, IVs npt, ^ ttt totfeajiy ft? b»y • W;

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