The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1945 · Page 8
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mm The Good Old Days No. 13 Being n scries of old-time pictures showing scenes oJF Algona and this store, and used In connection with our present Diamond Jubilee year celebration. s old photograph was taken in the year 1886 front -point of the present Borchardt Drug store and looks across the street to the block now occupied by the Council Oak Grocery and the present CHRIS- CfflLLES STORE. The barber pole that stands out so prominently belonged to Chris Heisc who had his shop in the building now occupied by the Mainliner Cafe shortly after he had built the "block," which still bears his name, in 1876. Apparently this was one of the "big snows" in the history of Algona altho there are many later pictures •which also emphasize the fact that our winters were plenty rugged in the past. Looking diagonally across the street from the present Mainliner to the present Council Oak the old frame buildings are (1) Galbraith's, Dry Goods, Carpets and Millinery, (2) Watch Shop, (3) T. Chrischilles Dry Goods and Groceries. These three stores were destroyed by a mysterious fire sometime later in 1886. Other buildings in this block are Robinson Hardware (two-story brick in center of block) and old Kossuth County State Bank (two-story brick) at the opposite ' ' ,. . • .• - s . j corner. ife,,.. A SUIT-E'Rr PROM. THB PAGES OF' CHARM Saddle-stitching criss-crosses the (Jacket front of this $Kmming tivo-piecer..^ in Black Atlantic Rayon Crepfc Sizes I4V4 to $10.95 City Man NftW Discharged Armed Force* .Swea City: Capt. Merlinj fi. Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Larson, has been discharged from the armed forces. He Spent 4 years and 10 "days in the service and never Was injured in any manner although he participated in two war theaters. Captain Larson enlisted April 10, 1941, and began his air cadet training in July, entering activ6 duty in March, 1942, as an arma* ment and chemical officer. He has five battle stars, the American defense ribbon, presidential citation and a unit citation. He carried V-Day pictures to Washington, D. Larson graduated from Iowa State college in 1938 with a degree in forestery and worked for the Curtis Co., Inc., • _ KOSSUTrt Aug. 9; iSugefte BblHgf 'medical; MM. .Wvin^UlseS girl; MfSi A>thUf' ; S:lelHi . girl: Delosii AekeMftii, Rock, fonslleetoiiijr. August 10: Mrs. Melvltt Burt, boy; Mrs. Joe Merg&i, Al« gorta, girl; Mrs. Tdffi Vipoftd, Al* goha, tooy. , August 11: Mrs. M. E. Hoover Algona, girl. • August 13: Mrs. Kenneth Larson, Algona, surgical. GENERAL HOSPITAL August 9: , LaVonne Scheallei? EmrAetsburg, surgical;. Frank Ort« man, Mill Rosse Park, 111, medical; August 11: Mrs. John Slevln Algona, boy. ; . ,,; August 13: Mrs. Milton Voelker West Bend, surgical. . August 14: Leroy Weber, &«•? Verne, surgical. .. • August 15: Mrs. Sylvia Elbert, Algona, surgical. Classified Ads * CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- 'ents' commission allowed, If advertising- agents charge their clients 4e and send cash with order they receive 16 commission. Blind ads 25c. Women .1 of-. Kbssuth HosjJitalv NOfJtoe to PAtRONS: Sold 1 shop. Effective",, ifirtMedlately Closing August, 18> fha'nk you fb 'ous* patronage. ; Marine's fieauty ialon. •. , ' ';• '„. 3; CONCRETE WORK of all kinds fc Cfatfchfre tifaser, jihohe 639-W Al'gotiBV, . : : 33-35 MRS,'"vB.. L., CAT'LIM announce ' ,tHfr opehing^of; the' Algona Hote dmmg-room begiMiiiig.Tues., Aug JftVffir,feakfa'st Will .be served daily from* # to 9 a. m. arid dinner from S:30"to 7:30 dally except Saturday Wh'eh no dinner will be served And on Sunday dinner will be from 12 to 2 p. m. .. 49w33 TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. > PHA and Veterans "GI" Loans, to purchase, remodel, Refinance Homes. Al- jona.v Federal Savings & Loan, Algbtta, Iowa.. 30tf FLOOR SAN01NG and Reflnish- ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17-3-8tf For Sale FOR SALE: Eagle water proo: home insulation, "blown in.' Expert Inspection, estimating serv* ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Dei Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. . 44tf FOR SALE: 4 wheel rubber tired farm wagons. Huxtable's Firestone Store. 23tf FARM FOR SALE: One of the best 80's in St. Joe neighborhood. All level, tiled land. Call at this office. 31-34 FOR SALE: Good Western black and white-faced feeding lambs. Also will put lambs out on contract to responsible parties. Phone 626J, Chester Bailey, Algona. a32-33* FOR SALE: A few choice registered Milking Shorthorn heifers, open and bred. Bulls serviceable age and younger. Aaron Steussy, LuVerne. 32-33* FOR SALE: By owner. Improved 240 acre farm, imp. 160 acre farm, and 2 unimproved 80's, all in high state of cultivation, good soil, well tiled, low taxes in the Fenton and Lone Rock communities. The imp. farms will each carry about $100.00 an acre Federal Loan. For full information write or call D. L. McDonald, Algona, Iowa, phone 125. 32-33* FOR SALE: Used linoleum. See at Chamber of Commerce. FOR SALE: RCA Victor, battery- pack radio, used 6 mo. Norbert Hilbert, Wesley. 32-33* FOR SALE: Four bottom Oliver stubble plow. A-l shape. George Faber. Phone 4 on 9, West Bend. 32-33* FOR SALE: Two young milk cows, 4. Mrs. E. Guy, LuVerne. 32-33* FARMS FOR SALE: . 127 acres near Swea City. 160 acres near Wesley; good buildings and electricity. Both good buys. Also 38 other farms ranging from 80 to 320 acres in Kossuth, Humboldt and Winnebago counties. E. H. Pittman, 112 North Moore, Algona, Iowa. Phone 782. 33* FOR SALE: 65-Acre farm inside city of Algona. Improved, good land, terms. Charles A. Fouhy, 3 blocks north Milwaukee depot. a33* FOR SALE: Two Red Cocker males, one black and tan male. Sire Top Flight Trouble out of daughter of Champion Miller's Time Table. Dr. Robert Wagnor, Titonka. a33* FOR SALE: Fine home in Whittemore, 6 rooms, bath, hardwood floors, hot and cold city water, garage. Call or see Attorney H. W. Miller, Algona, at once. 26w33 FOR SALE: 1935 tudor Pontiac with heater, good condition, good tires, below ceiling. Mrs. Ned Hardgrove, phone 36, Burt. , 17w33 FOR SALE: 3-year-old saddle mare broke to ride, and saddle. Amos Meyer, 5 miles west and 4 north of Algona. 33* FOR SALE: Coleman gas iron and Kellogg's telephone. Call after 6 p. m. at 218 W. McGregor Street. 33* FARMERS You Will Get The High Dollar For Baker & Son Your Livestock When You Sell To Livermore LuVerne Corwith "Always in the Market" Well Posted on Livestock Values and Market Conditions There isn't any question but that Baker & Son's activities are of very great importance to the farmers of this community. They furnish a market right at our door to all the surrounding country. The growth of their business is real proof of satisfactory service. Baker & Son started in a small way several years ago and their business has progressed until today they have customers from all parts of the surrounding territory. Their business has been built up as the result of fair and square dealings with their customers at all times and the result has been an increased numtfer of farmers selling to them. By securing the highest prices the market will warrant, giving you fair weights and grading at the same time, they have become a valuable asset to the county. We are glad to Have this opportunity to recommend to our readers fjaker & Son knowing that dealing with them will be satis^ factory. You will get lull value by selling to them. Their policy i? "Complete Satisfaction." FOR SALE: Gladioli blooms by dozen or made in sprays, corsages or basket arrangements for all occasions. Will deliver to hospitals, churches or funeral homes. Also place open orders for your glad bulbs while you can see the different varieties in bloom. Schimmel Gardens, phone 149-J, four blocks west of Kossuth County Hospital. 32-35 FOR SALE: '40 Chevrolet sedan special deluxe. Guaranteed with heater. $954.50, plus Iowa Sales tax and license. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 33 For Rent FARM FOR RENT: 50-50 basis. 'Prefer farmer with family who can assist in farming operations and caring for livestock. Close to good road and town. Apply Mrs. Letha Leonard, ph. Ill, West Bend. v 33 Wanted WANTED: 160 or 200 A. farm. David McGregor, Burt. Phone 9 on 93. Full line of power machinery. ' 32-3tf* WANTED TO RENT: Pasture land for cattle. Alfred Grill, Algona, Phone 28F3. 33* WA/NTED: Full time porter. Algona Hotel. 33-34 WANTED: Wire-haired or Scotty young dog. Severin Opheim, phone 2253, Whittemore. 33* WANTED JTO RENT: 160 to 240 acre farm. Complete line of stock and equipment. Can furnish references. Inquire Upper Des Moines office. ' • .33* Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used' Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers. , BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-u INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Home Comfort that List* • Houietime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont til today • CowanBIdgSupplyCo. <i Phone 276 ;;> ALGONA, IOWA 'thing of all kind!.- toft; 'hows.- Coated b stlt'ehifi'g. Prompt service";* Jdrie's Shoppe, Elnwe, A MVY RficKtfMlft *' • th'e float office every Frldfijc; 'aJ ternodn from 1 to 4 o'clock 82*38* , 2 HOUSES FOR (SALE "Tr. • One, 8*room, 'two-story, '}i iraffie dwelling, 311 W. Nebraska. Three blocks fronvbusiness section;;Hot air 1 heat, full basement, hardw&o'd floors, modern in all respects, with garage and nice lot. Five room modernized frame iome at 218 W. McGregor^ c&rrie* lot, garage attached to house. Hot air heat. Paved street. Both houses being sold to cl&se estate. Will be glad to show either and ¥ t Msf er of Long distance hauling, „.„, f l<&& Ihfliifed afalnat loss or | damage. Equipped to dd all i kinds of drAylHf and haul, in*. •••• • - ' ;; ^ ' -'•: •« Blown Home Imulatfair| Insulation Co. ..DEL; ttiAiMMdM:-y"-, Local Repressiitfttlve ' .. •: ,:. ...• •• •.:; • 44tr Fresh Frozen Pineapple - . - J'^'fcM'f •''I'fc J*BI u ij IL v iru ji^ . • .• > . MB IBi. < 1 • ** '', SWEETENED 30 Ib. Tins CARNATION MILK Tall cans DEL MONTE' PEAS No. 2 cans 170 WAITRESS AND LADY COO(X EXPERT FURNACE REPAIRS Depend on us for the bert furnace repair lervice in town. Under present con* dirioni, it'* especially im^ • portant that you* keep your lunuce healthy, NEW FURNACES? If your prewnt furnace— •u, coal or oil-fired — il beyond uu or repair,-you •an itill ,buy a new Green Colonial. A«k us about it, Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N, Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEnCOLOniflt FURRflCE SERVICE JARS, ' CAPS, LIDS and RUBBERS And follow Instruction* la Uu Ball Blue Book, To got your copy Mod lOc with your name'and address to-* •All IROTHHS COMMNY, Muntlt, Ind. 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