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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 31, 1945
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>%m '.-£&* fr ft #f.!>5-«iJM .;Vrv*.ij«'#<$ •,;*v- r • ;.V' £; i'V fe: |s* >','! v RITES FOR DOR A BISENIUS, 90; AT WH1TTEMORE Whittemore: Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Bisenius, 9p, were held last week Wednesday morning, May 23, at 9:30, in St. Michael's Catholic church, Rev. Raymond Pick officiating. She died at the home of her son, J. B. Bise- jiius,' Sunday evening. May 20, of old age and infirmities. 'Dora Bisenius, daughter of Henry Klepper and wife, nee Mary Faber, was born October 20, 1855, at Berfort, Luxembourg, and on April 7, 1880, she was united in jnarriage to Joseph Bisenious, at Dahl, Luxembourg. They came to this locality Nov. 2. 1891, and in 1930. they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. She is survived toy five children (Susan) Mrs. Mike Besch, Sr. (Lucy) Mrs. Joseph Besch; James of here and John at Emmetsburg and Sister M. Luella, St. Anthony's Home, Sioux City. Heir husband and four children precedec her in death, also two sisters anc one brother. A brother, Mike Klepper, West Bend, survives a do also 26 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. •••••> , Burial was in the Catholic cemetery beside the grave of her husband. Pallbearers were her six grandsons. Cpl. Joseph Bisenius William Besch, Joseph H. Besch Lawrence Besch, James Besch and Clement Bisenius. Those who attended from a dis tance were Mike and Nicholas Vor Bank, Buffalo, No. D.; Mr. and Mrs. John Faber, Mr. and Mrs Henry Montag, Mr. and Mrs. Adan t-ubenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Joh Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mon tag, Mrs. Regina Bowman, Mr. an Mrs. John Montag, Henry Kleppe 1 Leroy Klepper, Mr. and Mrs. Er nest; Frieden, George Faber, M and Mrs. Thomas Lubenthal, a of West Bend; Mrs. Veronic Boethler, Mr. and Mrs. Harol .r,.. SnliA BttUfhev we hte . has recently > been given orable aiscJiafge and is at Obetiin. Ohio, .band has a home, nurses 'it attlfi Rait «nd Marietta AUellbfCe'dM WgMst •-c^ lot SerVlee,-West of '' CALL US FOR FURNACE REPAIRS. oethler, Mr. esch, Algona; Mr. 'and Mrs. oynt, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. ftatt Faber, Mr. and Mrs. John rieders, Bode; Mr. and Mi's. Emil aepper, Ayrshire, and Lucille Earner, Spencer. Mr and Mrs. Herman Meyer and dr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and aughters Arlene and Phyllis, vere Fort Dodge callers Monday. Mrs. Richard Cook and brother, Kenneth Hargreaves, of Omaha, pent the week-end with their randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Uarmody. * Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwwh, of iVest Bend, spent from Thursday f last week until Tuesday at the lome of her "in-laws," Mr. and* Vlrs. Arthur Heidenwith, here. Dorothy Braatz and Nejda Gade eft for Chicago Friday night to /isit with friends and Wayne Gade vho is stationed at the Great ,akes station, a brother of Miss Gade. They will also go on to Milwaukee where Miss Braatz will visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and Mrs. Lorenz Hansen, of here, and Mrs. Milton Espe, of Algona, drove to Mason City Thursday where they took Mrs. Espe's husband, Y2-c Milton Espe to return to his duties in the service. He was assigned to some camp in Texas. • ' Maynard Azeltine, who has been manager of the Whittemore Cooperative Locker Plant the past three years, was called to the service of his country. He sold his home-in the west part of. town to Reinhard Saltz, and moved his family to Rowan with his parents and to Dows with Mrs. Azeltine s parents. , Mr. and Mrs. Russ Medin moved back to Whittemore where Mr. Medin will toe the manager of the Whittemore Farmers Creamery, Mr. Medin had charge of the creamery while Kern Ellerick was in the service. He then went to Klemme where he'was manager of the creamery there when Kern returned from the army. His vacancy at Klemme will be filled by a brother of Russ. Bible School Depend on ui lot furnace repair leryice in town. Under present eon» ditioni, it'i eipeelally inn portant that you keep you* furnace healthy. •V •• 'FURNACES? If your present furnace— gas, coal or oil-fired — !• beyond use or repair, you can still buy a new Green Colonial. Ask us about it. Laing & Ifluckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEnCOLOniflL FURnflGE SERVICE USO Can Still Use More Volunteers The USO is still looking for volunteer workers to help maintain the center.' Many people have been giving their time since the center was opened, putting in long hours without any monetary remuneration of any kind. If you can give some time to the USO, get in touch with Mrs. Robert Williams. The USO receives $2457.60 from the National USO Treasury (a out $134.52 for light, $10.92 for grant) and during the "year pays water, $1380 for rent, $432 for janitor services, $12.72 for janitorial supplies, $300 for social activities and entertainment, $12 for insurance, $55.68 for office supplies and expenses. $24 for telephone service, and $95.76 for miscellaneous items, making a total of $2457.60, which is the entire amount received. Myrtle Schwietert, Des Moines, and Mrs. Clara Hunt and children of Dolliver spent several days at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert, last week. , On .Sunday morning the Meth* odlst Daily Vacation Bible' school was .brought to a close by a program given during the regular church time. Thirty-six boys and girls were enrolled. The music •was taught toy Mrs. Alvina WiU son, the pre-sohool group by Estella Frye, the primary by Mrs. Cass, juniors by Mrs. Mayer and intermediate .toy Rev. Cass. After a program by the children certificates were awarded by Rev. Cass and a short talk was given to the children by Rev. Cass' grandfather. J. Edward Cass, of Corey, Penn. The handwork and work books were exhibited Jn the Sunday school room. Modernette Club to Picnic The Modernette Club met last Wednesday, May .3, at the home of Mrs. Alfred Lloyd. Roll call was answered by each one giving a garden hint. Mrs. Arthur Runkesmeier gave a talk on the uses 'and ways of administering peniscillin. It was decided to have a picnic for their families June 24th at Call Park in Algona. The next regular meeting will be in September. Methodist Women Donate $125 At the meeting of the Methodist Women's Society which »was entertained at the church Thursday by Mrs. Hattie Sprank, the ladies voted to pay'$25 toward the building fund of the Goodwill Industries in Sioux City and $100 to the local building fund. The next meeting will be June 14th with Mrs. Ed Halverson and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer as hostesses. Mrs. Henry Frye was a Blue Eantth caller on Saturday. Harold Reitmeier and Roy Bush were week-end visitors with friends at Jolley, Iowa. Mrs. Lydia Brandt and daughter, Ruth, of HubbarS, came Friday-to visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. August Knoner. Elmer Williams went to Redding Friday to join Mrs. Williams who went earlier in the week. They will remain over Memorial Day to visit relatives. E. V. Koestler . and children went to Jackson, Minn., on Saturday after Mrs. Koestler, who hasjpunjhejrejhj P? s tJWe?k caring~for her mother 1 who has beef) ill. Sl-c Jean Gabel came Monday from Pascal, Washington, to enjoy a 15 day leave with her mother. Mrs. Martha Gabel. Jean is in an office and likes her 'work very much. The summer Bible school of the Evangelical and Reform church opened Monday with an enrollment of 45. The teachers include Rev. E. P. Nuss, Mrs. Fred Ploeger, Mrs. Wm. Bauman, Miss Marvella ' Johnson and Norma Logeman. Mrs. Edw. Nuss has charge of the music. On Sunday a Steinberg reunion was held at the John Krammes- meier home. Those attending were Mr. end Mrs. Sam Weaver, of Buffalo Center and his son, Joe Weaver, of New Brighton, Minn., . , . who is in the S^abees, ekplcts, to, have overseas One License tb Merllne Hanseri and Ruth ' back, Whittemore,'. were issiied, only marriage license this [week the clerk of Court's office. FIRST METHODIST Nelson Allen Price, Minis)*?:. 9:45 a. m., church school. lfl:45 a. m., Rose Baptismal s er- vise with (baptism of infants artd mall children. Sermon, "The ship at the church. ior Youth Fellow ST. CECELIA'S CBMtCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor .'- ,sses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00 Masses Mblnes Will : fee guests at the hoMe MMfc and Mrs, I -i s. • ; BlbsS6mi ; ;fhe Mlsses^ttait and. Mrs. HuttoS- aff Mrs. Blos. Dickie and .Jimfhle, returned -on Tuesday after a .week's visit at the home of her parents;' Mr. and Mrs Frank , _ ( Mrs. Pratt's sister. Either, had visited here before' going to /Victor alsb. gsther is • • taking cadet' : -nurses training at Iowa, CUtf. ; , ...... \Lee HftAse, S^yeaT-old;- son of ALL , DISPLAY . adVertijlng must be 'Ihrttie *ar prirtters byi Wednesday Butt*} pubileatlofl : in . np8»l to the goiia Upper P& Thursday, TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Luther H. Loesch, Pastbr' Sunday school, 9:45 a. rrt. ,;, Bible class, 9:45 a. -m. Divine service. 10:30 a. nv ••>•' A cordial welcome- awaits you LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Don WhHe of Des Moines are parents of their first daughter born Monday. The young lady has two older brothers.' Myrtle Beane. of DuJuth, came Saturday to spend the week with Mrs E. J. Murtagh. Miss Beane lived in Algona a number of years „„. Thomas Halpln returned her home in Bobne Tuesday ago. . Mrs. to after spending two weeks visiting here with her husband's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Halpm. Betty Courtney came home Sunday from Broadlawns hospital in Des Moines for three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Courtney, She Is B cadet nurse Pvt. andTtos.,Cliffordtfaase, had ilhe misf6rtune of falling while .at play and received a cut in his cheek which required 3 clamps'to close. iPvt.. Hafise Is! in ; Germany and has been throiigh all the European theater", of operations from Africa to Germany. The last letter received frbm him was written VE-Day. While writing the leV ter he was near a field with 36,000 prisoners in it. , ', i L . . Mrs. CattoH Taylto and son, Charles, and Mrs.'George C. Vance arid children, Charlotte and David, all Of Austlni Minn., came Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. 1 L. Long. Mrs. Taylor is the former Arba Dee Long. Mr. Vance is a former pastor of the Congregational church here. Mrs^Vance and children went on to Dendson Wednesday for a visit and will then return here a week from Sunday and pick-up Mrs. Taylor and son. and return to Austin. Mrs. Leota Cook has received' word'from her son, S-Sgt. Cecil Cook, telling-her that he thinks he is on his way to China. He has recently been in Austria. Cecil has been overseas two years last March. Part of that' time he 'spent in hospitals where for one thing he underwent an operation^ for abscess on the eye. Later he, was in the hospital again with trench foot and again with double pneumonia. He was released RIBBONS! WAl kinds of typewriter-.fiMd^ adding machine ribbons. J^^sona Upper DeS Mbtnes, Algeria.l^fitf Ing;as'.follows: ' thiJTastS day rf 'May, i§46< j. FiiQUinnr t| ^,"'--''".. < ''V.-! 1 i'"-V,V. 1 l>^.~i.!">jty'-^-.;';'"V>.;i- 1 ,'^ ?'.}'£•!* : l'.' i: l. 1f ,i;A'^ •%«S|f^i|iM^w?wSfip W SUDSBMRYS CHOICE, :can' Saddle Stallion at ., stud, Dark chestoukcolor. .Standing :^t farm 1 mile east and % rnllestmth of Algoiva, ' ........... " particulars. two registered fillies for sale, inquire or write Colts to showi ;:Also yearling* saddle C. B. Hutchins. 20-22* WE WILL TEACH part time-full time, pleasant, interesting, steady employment. Come in for interview. Algonlt Laundry & Dry Cleaners, aerbss street east of court house. 20-22 WI.l^**»«*V»»*»v»» ™—™ .- --- »•»*!_ from the hospital on March 27th. He is married "and his wife, the former Pearl Hovey,. and daugh r FARM EQUIPMENT ' RED1)C,TION SALE 2 Hargrove -60-bu. self-feeders with steel doors, special $5,8.50; 3 Victory 35 bu. self-feeders, special, $31.50; 3 individual hog. hotises, 6x8, with floor, special, $49.75; 50 bdls. (550) 9 ft. 15 Ga. b&le ties, special per bdl., $3.25; 1 Super- Six Hydraulic Power Fork, .for "H" & "M" Farmalls; 1 Twin- cylinder Hydraulic Power Forlf for. "H" & "Mli.Farmalls; 2 deep' . . .well water sy^ems^'3 70-gal. hog iwater' fountains'; 2 Hew McC-Drg. (Endgate seeders;. 2 Redwood round stock' tanks; 1 used rubber tired' wagon, 600x16 tires, with slightly used 36" box; 1 used McC. 8 it. binder, good for windrower;*4 McC.-Drg. tractor hitches, for horse drawn planters. ' R. C. BAUER IMP. CO. . . m ^ ______ •ter, Sagdra Lynn, live m Kenosha, ^VESLEY, IOWA »»»i_"!~I'T. _».T~"~-.-- ...-•-•.••" • . , . . . i», . Wisco"hsin7 \ \ [••»•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••? DRESS SALE! ANNEX Begins Thursday, May 31st We are having a little sale all by our lonesome over at the ANNEX— about 35 to 50 good looking QUALITY DRESSES mostly from the Main store—an accumulation of odds and ends and mostly SMALL SIZES. You'll find much of interest in this sale-some very attractive dresses in prints, plain crepes and cotton novelties. The main group will be one price—so small that it wouldn't cost much more than an ordinary cotton dress but values to twice as much. Why don't you look us over this week-end? Mr. and Mrs J.oe Steinberg and two daughters of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne and son of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. John Steinberg and daughter and the John Krammesmeiers of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel of Swea City were Sunday guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Harriett Sprank. CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No agr For Sale cuts' commission'allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 4c and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. Phone 3311 21-22 , OFFICIAL ^ NOTICE OF XETTING?- TRACT OF OPEN .DITCH CLEAN OUT JOINT DRAINAGE DISTRICT PALO ALTO AND KOSSUTH NO. 1. Kossuth county, June 12, 1945. 10:00 a; m., Algona, Iowa. Approximately 18,000 cu. yards of excavation, grubbing and clear- I ing of trees. I Certified check 10%. . Engineer, T.. L. Martin, Emmetsburg, Iowa. ''-' FOR SALE: -7 loot Case power inower in fine condition. Mountings for McCormick Deering and John Deere tractors. H. J. Sherman, 621 E. Lucas street, Algona Phone 890-W. ^_ FOR SALE: Hayloader. F. W Jentz, Fenton. 22* FOR SALE: 1936 model Terra- plane 2 door. Mechanically A-l. Tires extra good. $405 OPA ceiling price, plus heater and radio. Owner in army. Can be seen IVi miles west, 4 north Wesley. Albert Girard. FOR SALE OR TRADE: 20 brood sows. Tony Sorensen, Phone ,?-Frl3,.Algona..,..,:^.^; : y*;^ FOR SALE:'iTfihns-'Manville Type A Blown'Ktom'e Insulation installed. For estimate call Dei Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation 22 OFFICIAL NOTICE RESOLUTION FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUJ3 • '' WEEDS. - , •• -. .OWNERS:' iRF^OL^ED.^y^^&rtf lervlsors" of Kossuth"countyv Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Eagle home insulation, water proof "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating serv ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply phone 275, Algona. iy \^u., 20-3-8tf The Portland Servipe Club mef Thursday, May 28th, with Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. Twelve metp- bers attended and tied two wpol quilts to donate to the Hurt unit. Lunch was served. Mrs. Leroy Lee and children, Linda -and Loren, were visiting their Grandmother Hansen at T*- tonka recently and the children were taken ill wpth scarlet fever. They 'and the grandmother are now all recovering. The quarantine is to be lifted June 6. The Lees, who are here on a visit, live in California. Mrs Fern Drone and Mrs. C-lil- ford Young spent one day last week near Algona, with their mother, Mrs. Kain. Another guest was their sister, Mrs. Jennings Peterson, of San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Peterson's husband, a pilot on a plane in -a hospital unit in the Pacific area, has been reported killed in a crash landing. Burt high school graduates of Portland included Roland Christensen, Rose Marie Ringsdorf, Edward Smith, Lois, Evelyn Meyers, .James Stevens, Roger Scott, Everett and Erwin Eimers. twins, Betty Olson and Betty Mann. All entered together as freshmen and Lois Weber received the citizenship award. FOR SALE: Piano, medium size;plain case. Closing out at $1694 Cash or terms. Can be seen in Algona. Write Critchett Piano CoV Des iMoines. Iowa. 22*30c FOR-SALE: Heavy steel ink drums, 15 gal. size. $1.00 each. The r Algona Upper Des M oines ; ..:.'- • . -•-;..; *'•; "> • . - - lotl FOR SALE: road Manilla sheets, 85c, 'T Des Moines. Yellow Rall- d sheets, 500 Upper 18tf PURE BRED ABERDEEN ANGUS SALE: Seventy head of the very choice breeding cattle se- Jected 'frpm the-best herd of North Central Iowa. To be held at Garner Sale Barn, Garner, Iowa, June 4th, at 12 : 30. For catalog •write R. V. Wilkinson, Rock Falls, Iowa, secretary. -North Central Iowa Aberdeen Angus Association. FOR SALE- Hampshire boars, serviceable age, immune and guaranteed. New stock for old ° . •» 1_ A GIr-mir customers, Wesley. Joseph A. Skow, 22-24* FOB SALE: Various kernel sizes in Pioneer, Nos. 322, 341, 35S r A, 330. Call 626-J or 95. C. L. Bail•- . .. , 21-22 FOR SALE: A few cabinets of Hamilton bond stationery. " = " sheets, 250 envelopes, $3.25. Algona Upper Des Moines. v FOR SALE: White Rock • White Leghorn baby chicks.j Complete line- Nntrena chick andj poultry feeds. Sani-floor chick litter. Wellendorf Hatchery, west of fairgrounds. ' 22 FOR SALE: 8 inch McCormick- Deeririg burr grinder. $20. Also McCormick-Deering cream separator, with or without electric motor. R. H. Tietz, phone 3804, Lone Rock. ** FOR SALE: Hereford bulls, serviceable age, tooth registered and grade. Also good grade open heifers. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. FOR SALE: ,, Shorthorn age, Robert Registered Milking bulls. Serviceable Ringsdorf,- Woden. 20-22* FOR SALE: Richland and chu soy beans. Germinate 90 or better. Price $2.65. Phone n .advance, 2558, LuVerne. Alvln L. Weber. 20 " 32 X. m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m :: ss si :: s: FOR SALE: 200 hybrid hens, year old. Hen house, 16x20. Brooder house, 8x20. Jamesway brooder stove. E. B. McCorkle, phone 21-F-2, Algona. 22* FOR SALE: Gray kUchen range Also some good buys in Spring COATS & SUITS which we want to sell quickly. Prices have really been CUT on this little group- only about 20 pieces in all—and to give you an idea of the bargains—some $35.00 garments are selling at only $22.50. That's the best bargain you've 'seen for a long time. Group of soiled WQUSCS—sold for as much as $5.00—while they last—we're tired of looking at 'em—choke only $1.00. m m m m • • :s s: Mrs. Floyd Gardner spent two days last week with her brother, Arthur, at Wluttemore. . Pvt. and Mrs. Joe Oleski and baby of California, were visitors one day last week at the James Brophys. Mrs. Oleski is a niece of Mr. Brophy. Decoration Day visitors at the Lloyd Schenck home were Lloyd p mother, Mrs. S.adie Schenck, his sisters, Maud and Mrs. Con Har- FOR SALE OR RENT: room house, electricity. box 572,.Algona. Two- Write 22» Jake Wesley. Schubert, phone 2285, 21*88 For Rent 'FOR RENT: Five-room and bath apartment, has private entrance, Call Mrs, Lee at Lusby & Giossi. " FOR SALE- Cultivator for John Deere Model A tractor. Kenneth Brandow, Algona. 22* FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls, old ' enough for service. p. W. Reece, Ehriore, Minn. 22-2$ (Mildred Scb e nck), MranclMrs. Alvin Hanna. and 1 pf was 5 Last call OH strew hats for ladies—if they don't sell for 50c we'll feed 'em to the cows. WE'RE REAL** SEBWUS ABOUT THJS, FOLKS. This is a mighty important sale so' don't miss it- Thjs week at Algona's BARGAIN CENTEIMrHE ANNEX- • 1 for the already dtecpuraged farmer who has been trying so bard get his crops 4n. Some corn is et to Kmied and a ^MK age o| feeans, even some plowing has to be dione... FOR SALS: 600*16 Tires, $13.95 plu?tax; 70Q*20, 750x20, 926x20 truck tires, grade 1, car jacks $3.95, tire pwnps $2.19- all-rubber felt car mate; M<4el sealed beam headlights $8.75 p?., A WW*?W SiSCbike ttres $1-98. 9x1? Con- goleMm rugs. $445, ell patterns, special 3 or 4 J&awer chest, unr finished. CoasWtorCoast >?tore>00 Wanted WANTED: A lady to Jearn tbe photograph business. Must be steady and live Jn Algona, if possible. Brpwn's Studio, AJgftna, 22 WANT TO RENT; pth'er a single -op double BE.I' , . , bif Supervisors Iowa: That pursuant to the. provisions of Chapter 131, Acts of the 47th General Assembly, .it hereby ordered: 1 That each owner 'and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth county, shall cut, iburn, or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds thereon, as defined in this chapter, at such times in each year and in such manner as shall prevent said weeds from blooming or coming to maturity and shall keep said lands free frcfcn such grbw'th of any other Weeds as shall render the street or highways adjoining said land unsafe for public travel. Nox ious weeds shall be cut or other wise destroyed-on or before th following dates and as. often thereafter as is necessary to pre vent seed production: . •• ../. , Group 1. June 15, 1945, fo leafy spurge, Perennial Pepper rass., Sour Dock,.;§mooth I)ock heep Sorrel,;.;,; "„ IV,. 'Grpup 2. .J'une.VBfy ,1945, JO uanada Thisue,».Russian Knap weed, Buckhorn,' Wild Mustard. ' Group 3. July 15, 1945, for Field ^Bindweed, Wild Carrot. Group 4. July .30, 1945, for Hoirse Nettle, Perennial ,Sow Thistle, Quack Grass, Bxitterr Print, Puncture Vine, Cockle-bur. 2. That each owner and each person in possession or control of any lands in Kossuth county infested with any primary noxious weeds. including, quack grass, perennial sow thistle, Canada thistle, • field bind weed, horse nettle, leafy spurge, perennial peppergrass, Russian knapweed/ shall adopt a program of weed destruction, prescrjibed by the Weed Commissioner, which in. 5 years may be expected to destroy and will inunedwrtsly keep under control such infest' ations pi said primary noxww \17PPfls ' • , • • , 3. That all weeds other than primary' noxious ifreeds, • on W county trunk and local county roads, and between the fen*3 Unes thereof sbafU 'be mowed by. the adjoining property owner, " prevent seed; production, on, before July 15, 1948. •^ fbaHI the owners or pel in possession of Cgntroli i WANT TO BUY; «£jWJM«ng to (farrow soon, any press*. WM^M^ Chester Bailey, phone QMrJ, Algona NEEDED: Man or woman to utog FOB SALfS- MOTOR OIL, 2 gal, in canTSAi 20, 9?c, i w %8«fl5¥ «-. • seats 69c, Raptor gwaps BH-pwrpose PWMP sprayer $1.79, electric cjpcw Ipr cars $4.95 and store, n borne tenls, Hw medication, increases stew Write Ha^teSfe'S P*P*187, Fr^>«rt, Bi- FOB SALJ!: TWP W<& • cream S«p«r»tprf, iR«ayt8g and Briggs Stratton "IM engines for lawn wafces of Fngldajres. -Aaorabte" is the wordJorJhls.exquisitely.: designed onnieJCaurie Junior.' To try it, :is to buy it! You'll be mad about the cool striped|^ summer pattern and the colors, ' especially when we tell ,you they created by America's ace fabric designer, HOP! '§1111111*11. : '•; ' 'f.TTIW-SB/'l ' ; " . Chrischies Hog Feeders and Waterers. Poultry Feeders and Waterers. Cypress stock tanks. DeLaval Cream Separators and Milkers. Electric Motors, Gaterman Windrower for 7 ft. Mowers. Tractor Mounted Sweep Rakes. Pickup Attachments. Jayhawk Haystackers 6 on New Rubber. Harrow Drawbars. Electric Pump Jacks. Victor Endgate Seeders^JH^^Type Wagon Boxes* \i f • •,•.•'••:;•..••,;-r--'.-nv Used Machinery Cretm Separators, MoWs, Sweep Rakes, WagonftBbxes, Burr Mms,rHaira«ermiUs, Speed Jack, Pltow, Wagon Gears. Manure Spreaders, Steel Wheels for WC Tractor. Power Jjft . for Oiver 70. Wagon «oist- H Manure Loader for F-20, Cultiv^or for ACv'^B?. Allis Chalmers Plow Bottoms, Slat. .;•' .''^yi-' i '•' .'• • .. ..;/.•. '•'.'•':•': We have stock of Firestone Farm Tractor Tires, We are equipped to;moiint them and >ad them with liquid weight, Bring us your certificates for new tires.« Let us pick, W your worn twes for Firestone Factory R^cap^ing.

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