The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1945 · Page 10
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' v A.,JWf 'A, *;-»S«" 5 f t " ","" "^K'L&^^SlsSi ' ^1-5 i ^,< ) *•> ,^ «• *„ ln , 5.* ^^«S«|i| I "' ,- ,c .'< . , •" *'C #,^**™' —^ L *—- lii^MilMtft^ l: r "^ 2 WEEK SUPPLY OF TIRES LEFT Tire dealers' inventories contain 1 lessf than two weeks' normal supply Of passenger car tires, declared' Wen French, chairman of the Kossuth War Price and Rationing Board, in a statement issued today. "That is the reason we must continue rationing tires and why we must continue rationing tires and why we must continue caring for the tires we have on our cars," he. said! "That is why OP A and your War Price and Rationing Board are cooperating with the National Independent Tire Dealers' association iri a campaign aimed at informing the motoring public of the need for protecting their tires. Good used tires are just as scarce today as new tires. The board and OPA join with the tire dealers' association in warning motorists to make sure of the grade and condition of a used tire before buying it." "Tire dealers tell us that in the week following the removal of gasoline from rationing, blow outs and flats increased, nearly one hundred fold," the chairman add- . TO be eligible for rationed pas* senger car tires, he explained, a motorist still will have to prove occupational driving needs. This board still is restrained from rationing more tires than it has in its monthly quota. During August the board was able to issue certificates for only 58% of the approved applications filed. It is important to note that farm implement tires have been removed from rationing, the chairman added. '. ' 14 Mo. Old Brenda Wood Breaks Hip Brenda Wood, 14-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wood of LuVerne, fell from a staircase and broke her hip Monday, Labor Day. She was brought to the Kossuth hospital where she is coming along very nicely; Construction is underway of a new building in Burt, to house the Nealy Hatchery and also adjacent living quarters for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nealy. The Nealys operate a hardware store at Burt at present, but also plan on entering the hatchery business as soon as construction is completed. LOCAL Mrs. Julius Capeslus of Sod spent Monday ahd Tuesday With her sister, County Recorder Clara Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt of LaCrosse, Wis., spent the week end here with friends. Mr. Brandt is with the OPA. Mrs. Mary Boswcll Is leaving this week for Coronado, Calif., for a visit with her sister Mrs. H. C. Aillaud. Mrs., Bosw'ell is owner of the Algona Laundry. Shirley Ann Bowman, daughter of ; Mrs. Hannah Bowman, left Monday for Sioux City where she will begin nurses training at St Joseph's Mercy hospital. Ruth Youngwlrth returned to the Linnan & Lynch law offices Tuesday after a two months leave of absence at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Youngwirth of Whlttemore. Mary Helen McEnroe left for Longview, Wash., Thursday. She will teach primary. Her aunt, Miss Julia McEnroe, accompanied her for a month's visit with friends in Washington and Oregon. Nita Kelso left Thursday for Davenport where she will enter BUY YOUR BLANKETS NOW! d iriKni* "I "Ii rischill es Months ago, when peace seemed far away, we bought these QUALITY BLANKET with the idea of giving our customers a real, PRE-WAR product of dependability. The blankets that we are offering for 1945-6 are the finest that can be made. They are full size, designed for complete washability and priced at ceiling prices. You may buy tnem on our convenient "LAYAWAY" plan at this time. Many stores are very short of blankets. We not only have the GOODS but we have adhered strictly to a QUALITY BASIS. Buy your blanket NOW and buy from this old, well established and reliable store—where quality has always been a watch-word. USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN SUTTON (72x84) Medium weight, single, rayon satin bound. 25% wool, 50 % rayon, 25 % cotton. A soft, weighty, ideal popular priced blanket. Washable and sightly. A rare combination at this low price. Rose, blue green MARLEY (72x84) a heavy weight, single, 50% wool, 50% cotton blanket. Satin bound, rich, luxurious, one of the best washing blankets on the market giving both warmth and durability. Colors Q"J AC rose, blue, green VI "VW WOOL RICH Here's a medium weight all wooj blanket that is easily the best value in the 100% wool class. Satin bound, soft, light weight, firmly woven — you can't beat this wonderful value. Rose, blue, green. Full cut and reliable. Only...... 'ctjue. ivuoc, $10,95 LAMS DOWN (72x84) A heavy weight, luxury quality 100% fine wool. Satin bound. This is the aristocrat of the whole Chatham line. A handsome, firmly woven, thoroughly dependable blanket that has "everything". "" ~" Rose, green, blue UUVCt Kl»v *4GU> S15.95 THE FARIBO BJJLNKET Known at the Chrischilles Store for years as the greatest value in the whole field, these 1QQ% wool blankets are her|4 plete color and price ranges. ^• Mi Now is the time to buy--- - -- 1.33 and Sl9«9u nursed tfaihlhtt Sept. l6th fit St. Luke's hospital. She has spirit the slimmer vlslUftg here with her Sa- refits Mr.' ahd MM. ^ameS Kelse. MM. tt. ». Sftttdellus of Belle Plattie spent the week elid iti At* gona with Mrs. data Craft .arid Mrs. Frances Grarithaffl. Mrs. Sandelius is teaching at Britt this year. Her husband is in the army. Jafnes Logan ts home (torn Of eat Lakes where he has just complet* ed his boot training ahd Is vlsltlris his wife and children who are making their home with Mrs. Logan's father Chas. Ostwinkle, while Jame is in the service. Pfc. Howard Forsberg left last week to report at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., after a 30 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Forsberg. He had been in Germany the past seven months,. Mi expects to goi t* th slate* Jtifte,- wlio 19 s , - nupse at Mason £!it$ wal homfe to attend 4 family aijuia? that glVen ift his h6ft6r*. A gfottp\oi ffiehds<was also entertained ohe evening at the Forsberg home in his' honor. , Mr. ftrtd MM. William Mushes left Sunday on the .train from Emmetsburg for Davehporl whete Mrs. Hughes manages a grocery stdfe for her uncle. Mr. Hushes was to have left the following Tuesday for his • pre-ihdudtion physical at Camp L6e,- Va. He had sefved in the merchant marines for the past three years. Mi's. Hughes is the formfet Mary K^lso. Her parents. Mr, arid Mrs. Jatnes Kelso, spent Sunday in Emntets- burg'toith his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry bereavement, ffcdk Bdrmanft - ' * gHlidtm , 88* famil#. ft*?^; Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge, 35o for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4o per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 4o and send cash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: 320 A., well-tiled, good fence. Inquire Jim Sheridan, Bancroft. 34-36* or lease effective October 1st. 945 at -Algoha, Iowa. Contact Coryell 70, Lincoln, Nebraska. 30 FOR SALE: Eagle water' proof home insulation, "blbwn in." Expert Inspection, estimating serV ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. . 20-3-8tf GOOD OPPORTUNITY for girl interested in dramatics, as ma- ician's assistant. Local work, wo nights a week. Inqure Adr a36* FOR SALE: 4 wheel rubber tired farm wagons. Huxtable's Firestone Store. 23tf FOR SALE: 1931 Chev. trUck< good condition, will trade -for 4-wheel trailer. Melvin J. Faber, 3 miles north, mile west Burt. 35-36* FIVE CALVES strayed from my farm—3 Guernseys, 1 black, 1 •ed. Finder please notify Walter Ruger, LuVerne. 36* FOR SALE: Year old pedigreed Cocker Spaniel. Buff colored. Call at 421 W. North St. Mrs. Chas. Hastings. 36* FOR SALE: 1931, 2-door .Plymouth. Below ceiling. Good tires. Cpl. Johnson, P. O. W. Camp, Phone 990, Extension 23. 36* SPECIAL ON 3/8 and % hi. rope. pre-war quality. Algona .Flour & Feed Co. /. 36* FOR SALE: Evergreen sweet corn and tomatoes. Corner of Lowe and W. McGregor. Mrs. E. J. Palmer. 36* FOR SALE: No. 3 McCormick- Deering corn picker with power takeoff and tractor hitch, in g shape. Bill Decser, Whittemore, ph. 4001 Lone Rock. 36* PLOW UNDER fertilizer for sale, limited quantity. Algona Flour & Feed Co. 36* LOST: Black heifer with white udder and white spot on head. Weighed about 1000 Ibs. Last seen leading toward Livermore. Jack Devine, phone 2609 Britt. 36* FOR SALE: Reg. Holstein_buU, age 19 mo. Alfred H. : Meyer, Whittemore, Iowa. - • 36 * FOR SALE: Winchester Model 12 repeater, 12 gauge, With shells. W. M. Knoll, Lone Rock. Phone 803, 36* FOR SALE: Duroc sows, Sept. and Oct. farrow. John F. Weber, Irvington. 36* WILL TRADE 2-18 McCormick- Deering plow for 3-14 plow. Owen L. Humphrey, across from airport. ' • • 36* FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire sows to farrow in Sept. J. R. Helmers, 3% mi. north on Highway 44 at Fenton. * 36 FOR SALE: Choice tomatoes freshly picked. $2 per basket. Please bring baskets. Lee Heri- dren, 703 S. Jerome St., 2 .blocks north from main fair ground gate. •• 36* FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf Wanted WANTED: Bowling pin setters, 6c per line. Barry's Recreation Parlor. 35-36 WANTED: Experienced auto mechanics, and also a body man and painter, or anybody wishing to learn these trades. Good pay good working conditions. Win. C Dau Garage. 36-38ch WANTED: Girl for general house?work and to help with children. Private, well furnished room, good pay and working conditions. Modern home. Phone 626-W, or box X, care Upper Des Moines. 36tf WANT TO RENT; Modern house for family of 4. Inquire this office. 38* WANT TO BUY or rent a typewriter in good condition. Donna Jean Dutton. Phone 391, Burt. 36 WAITRESSES WANTED. Lusby & Giossi. Apply 36 WANTED: Used show case. Cal 850, Algona. 36' WANTED: Man, age 20-30, married preferred, who is interested In getting a job that will be permanent. No layoffs, Inside work and has a future. Good salary to start and advance as condition warrant. No selling. Write Box 69 Algona. 3' WANTED: Lot and residence list ings. We have numerous in quiries for available locations t buy or rent. Farm listings also See us. H. P. Hutohins, Realtor 110 So. Dodge St., or phone No 832-J. 36-39* Lost-Found REWA1RD for ihlforn^ation that will return Firestone ping pong balls taken from our store. Huxtable's Firestone Store. 36 PARTY THAT PICKED UP the rod and reel north of Paul Ernst station please return to Chris Gales at Irvington or at F. S. Norton & Son and get reward. Chris ales. 36* LOST: Light roan Shorthorn heifer, yearling. Gerald Brace, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 36* PARTY WHO TOOK rod and reel tied to tree at Fisher's/ bridee ,abor Day, is known. Please re:urn 'to 602 S. Minn'., Algona.- No question? asked. 36* LOST: Coal shovel, between dump and State street on Thor- ngtph. Reward. Return to Geo. Bariwart, Algona. -36* Miscellaneous SOFTENERS > are ^ now able. We deliver and in- tau.^yVrite for information. Soft Water Deluxe, 1021 1st St. N. W., VTason City, Iowa. 36-37* TWO BEAUTIFUL small pianos priced for quick resale. Write Armstrong's Piano, Spencer, Iowa. ' .- . 36* WE ARE still paying top cash 'prices for Used Cars, Trucks and 'ickup's. W. E. Ley, Lakotaylow.a. •---••• ;•« . 36 USE the Algona Upper Rgs-Moines want ads. They have more readers wday than ever before X3NCRETE WORK of all kinds. Clarence Fraser, phone 639-W. Algona. 36-38* TOWN'PROPERTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. FHA and Veterans ".GI" Loans to purchase, •emOdel, Refinance Homes.. Al- jona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. 30tf FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish- * ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17-3-Btf V iTYPEWRTTER CLEANER Keepr- your typewriter keys clean with Webster's RTZ. Cleans type, platens, all metal parts, all kinds of .machinery. 50c bottle. Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf Exchange Dept Basemen* Good Used Furniturd 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-" INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf NEW SHIPMENT of stationery just arrived. Have it printed witb your name. The Algona UP' per Des Moines, •• 34tt SEE ME FOR Reej . l»ms, loans, drainage surveying awl estimates pn tite. — Phjl £ phone 22, Algona, >tf SELL your late model car TO us for the highest price. Free in* formation »» ceWn*s- Wp*. M 0 * tor Service, West of Court House. 9PM For Rent FARM FOR RENT: 400 A. 3-4 mi. from Algona, Iowa, electricity, 250 A- crop, 15Q A- timber and river pasture. Available March I, 1946, on long term lease. Write L. C. Dickinson, 500 Fleming Bldo. Des Moines, Iowa. • 35u36T3" FOR BENT: AW or part of 9 room apartment nearly modern. Located at 4*3 N. Wopster. Also § room modern house, three blocks west SJcelly station. See me at 005 W. Nebraska, Otto Nelson. 38* Business Opportunity OPPORTUNITY. Bulk plant and service station your printed or engraved invitations anff ant tt»? MAVTAQ AMU FBJGJ»AIBE i) DEALPB . Chore Boy and P Clean cetion f,*.^—— - —•^•"•r-'- $195 up. Iowa Cream Se fowp.-Whtaf.jr-" gas rang^ FFigi^,^ -i^-*,* * gW water heaters. Etetoie l*f to 3 h.. p... B B-«ttejy Power lawn mowers all kinds- Maytag w<J e gates and Service. jack; re Still Tend To Our Knittin' Now that i>eace has come to a war torn world, we may again- assume our role as business men an^ retailers,,serving our communities with efficiency and (whaf'is more important) with ample GOODS TO SELL. It seems fitting that peace should come iri the , 75th,year of the CHRISCHILLES STORE'S existence. It means that this honorable institution has successfully passed thru THREE majoY conflicts and has maintained its reputation for ^honesty, ' progress!veness and ability to manage a retail business under most, trying circumstances. , ' We haven't gone off "half-cocked" during these critical titties. •We hayen't always had merchandise to sell in sufficient quantities but we ihaven't sacrificed QUALITY either. We Jhaven't loaded our ' shelves (and disappointed our customers) with cheap, shoddy goods. We haven't broken ceiling prices and we have adhered strictly to all OPA rulings, so far as was humanly possible. Arid right now, "WE'RE TENDIN' TO OUR Kt?ITTIN' " again, sending our buyers to market to get new goods, maintaining ceiling prices, in short, running a safe, sane-and efficient business organization. Most of our salesladies have "gone along" with us for which we are duly thankful. They have "remained'cheerful, courteous and obliging thru these hectic years. You^everheayd a clerk iA this store say, "Don't you know there's a war on." :'• ; ':; And we'll keep right on "tettdin' to our knittin' "—doing the-best we can selling the highest .quality at the lowest possible prices. Trade here in the post-war days vrtth complete confidence; we HAVE THE apRCHANDISE. d&sc GD <O>' limAlgonam iiiiiiiiiiiiiltuiiinnniii •iiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii ll(llHUHlUUllllllMHUHiiwlHHimiiimiiimimiiM»imiitiiiM'»» wnwt™ »~ - * Esther L. Langmack and EU*er M. Langmack, Owners i I ' ;•-. Flags . ; B0"x34". wvaV4th .raetal ring ! holes' for rop> For school ; ,u^e. . "•'" ' ; Ladies Handkerchiefs Embroidered, white cotton. Fancy edge. Large size. 2 ^ 25c Cacti Plants In Mexican designed planters, . ' '• - • 19c 25c 35c 49c Artificial^Flowers; New assortment arid design*. ;• Blankets •Full size—dark .grey, with stripe. 1 Scrap Books For school or 'home use. Regular or, loose leaf binding. >-, . ... . . IQc 39c Hair RoUs :Large size. Assorted colors, Waxed Fruit Natural size and color. AS? sorted kinds of fruit, Full selection, Shag Rugs I'Charm Tread". Assorted , colors. Prices according to size. • 20c Hand Lotion With olive oil Keeps hands white and soft, Large bpttte, 106 Nuraing Pottb m$ pfop4, $ as, Hsrr lie , Model Airplane grpe Ott Design, Bombers, lighters., 50c Pants Hangers All metal, heavy wire construction, : w W T*%5P» &^ftj^^^^^^^&^9 No Pick edfe. Or ,J.-- 4* r -Vt -' « .'l- -Y!,, m*< "C,.^* iht- 1 **- Oil

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