The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1945 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1945
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flie Algona Upper Des Summer Resort 'llwea City: The Floyd Treats, iwftd have a 200-acre farm, five miles southwest of Swea City, have i«B»hased a summer resort at Bfiilherd, Minn., and expect to itto've there on March 1, 1946. Back From Okinawa Jjode: Harold Rood, Jr. S 1-c, after 16 months sea duty, includ- ing the Okinawa landing, arrived home Sunday night. He reached the states at Portland, Oregon, then went to Seattle. He has been in the southwest Pacific most oc the time. ' Mrs. Mia Hentges Is a new clerk at the Sorensen Grocery. FOR SALE: Pair new plow lays to fit Sampson plow. Thorpe Wood and Iron Work?, Algona. 38* POINT F Suggestions Of Quality Foods At A & P's Famous Low Prices! Red Triumph Potatoes |Q Ibs 39c Size 12 Cauliflower head |9c Size 288 Val Oranges doz. 29c We Will Gladly Cash Your Payroll Checks Fresh Cheddar Cheese Ib. 32c Fresh Country Eggs (Extras) doz. 44C Sunny Field Flour 25 Ib. SI.09 Staley's Corn Stach Ib. pkg. 7g White House Evap. Milk 3 cans 26c A & P Grapefruit Juice ..46 oz. 29fl Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs—we pay highest prices. Frankfurters, skinless Ib. 31C Mock-Chicken Loaf, no points Ib. 31C Ring Bologna Ib. 2Tc Liverworst Ib. 31C We have a complete line of fine luncheon meats. Ritz Crackers Ib. pkg. 24c Spanish Bar Cake 16 oz. 26c Zion Frosty Top Cookies Ib. 25c Eight O'Clock Coffee 3 H>s. 59c Woodbury's Soap 3 cakes 24c LAST CALL FOR HOME CANNING Ball Fruit Jars (qts.)... doz. 69G Mason Jar Lids doz. 20c Get your copy of the September Woman's Day—2c FOR SALE: 78 acres (more or less), woven wire fenced, all tiled, electricity, fair set buiKltngs, 3 miles to two good markets, 80 rods from open country school taxes low', easy terms, priced reasonable. Ello Rahn, 2 miles wesl Lone Rock. 38-39* FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet spe cial deluxe town sedan. Guar anteed. Price $906 plus Iowa sales tax and license. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 38 NEW HONEY for sale. 5 Ib. jar $1.00. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 37lf SPENCER Foundation Garments and surgical supports, Individually designed. . Mrs. Highland corsetierre at Mrs. Espe's, Bode, Iowa. 37-40* FOR SALE: 160 A. improved, Klein Estate farm, 8 miles wast Bancroft. Electricity. 1V6 miles from high school. Joe Crowley, Fenton, Iowa. Phone 1416. 37-38* PUREBRED Holstein bull for sale. Two years old. Lawrence Meyer, Rodman. Phone 2136 Whittemore. 37-38* LAND BARGAINS: 4,000 acres, highly improved grain-livestock farm, $27.50 per acre. Very fine 1120 acre imp. grain farm, $25. Several 160 to 800 acre farms, $25 to $40. Free list, pictures, etc. W. E. Chisman, Lisbon, No. Dakota. 37*-38? FOR SALE: 160 A., no bldgs., Wesley twp., $150. 160 A., small bldgs., Portland twp., $125. 80 A. no bldgs., Humboldt co., $185. 400 A., good bldgs., very good terms to right man, $125. 80 A. fairly good bldgs., Ramsey twp., $160. Paul M. Seele.v, Algona. 38* FOR SALE: A 226 John Deere picker in good condition. Picked about 600 acres. Will trade for a two-row-pull-type in same condition, New Idea or Minneapolis- Moline. Alvin Hanselman, West Bend. 38* FOR SALE: 1938 Buick, almost new tires, good motor. Can be seen at Kirk Auto Co. 38* FOR SALE: Shorthorn red purebred bull with papers. Two years old. Quiet. John Deere corn binder. Albert Baas, Burt. 38-39* FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating senr ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Team of mares, 8 and 9 years old. Max Block, LuVerne. 38* Stores Right to Limit Quantities Received FOR SALE: Immediate delivery. Farm use only. %. 1/3 and % h. p. electric motors. Deep and shallow well.electric pumps, gtoeber Hdwe., Fenton, Iowa, 38* SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 38tf FOR SALE: 12 acres third cutting alfalfa in field or baled. Tom Sampson, Algona. 38* FOR SALE: Farmall F-12 tractor with cultivator, A-l condition. Also International 18" plow. Ernest Godfredson, phone 2-F11, Algona. 38* fALS: 4»ro6f»• Mtttii rUfttilnl wftter and lights, goffa slied building for iuel* gB8d gat* den. House In business district. Priced to sell. In Fettton, IW& Inquire at 814 S. Minn., AlgoBfl, Walter Faiilstlck. . 38? : JSil, ,6h FOR SALE: Johil Deere c6fM binder with tractor hitch in gdod shape. Kressin Bros., Lone Rack? phone 3509. .. 38*. FOR SALE: Purebred HcJstein. bull, 19 mo. old. Clarence Nelson, 4 miles north of Wesley. 38* •FOR SALE: .Single rowr John Deere corn picker, power take> off. Phone Irvington 31-Flli. Peter Halsrud. 38* FOR SALE: McCormick 6-ft. binder. Lawrence Rath, Lone Rock. 38* FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type 1 A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, represent* Ing Wormhoudt Home Insulatioto Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Bantum coupe. Perfect tires. A-l condition. Ceiling price. Call Saturday only. E. C. Wilkins. . 38* FOR SALE: Modern home, five rooms and bath, not far out. $5000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 38 FOR SALE: Outstanding Hampshire rams, suitable for purebred and grade flocks. Maurice Bernhard, 4 miles west Bancroft Cemetery. a38-3? NICE % size piano. Refinished, case plain. For information write Armstrong Piano, Spencer, Iowa. ' 38*-14c Wanted WANTED: Girls for full time steady employment, as sales girls also, for part time steady employment. Ben Franklin Store. 38 WANTED: Married hired man to work on .farm, good tenant house, 'top wages. E. K. Johnson, Fenton, Iowa. . 38tf WANTED: Waitresses. Giossi Drugs. Lusby & 38 MAYTAG AND FRIGIDAIRE AUTHORIZED DEALER Clean Easy, Chore.Boy and Per- Eection Pipeline milking machines, $195 up. Iowa all electric cream separators. Bottle gas heaters for immediate delivery. Electric motors. Kitchen fluorescent light fix- iures. All metal fluorescent desk lamps. B Battery packs. Flash light batteries. Portable electric heaters to plug in 110 sockets. Used: Cream separators, 1 elec- ;ric, 1 hand turn. Heating stove, coal and wood range, 2 burner gas plate, pump jack, electric motor, 2 Maytag and 2 Briggs & Stratton engines. Service on all makes of wash- ng machines and refrigerators. WANTED: Experienced auto mechanics, and also a body mani and painter, or anybody wishing to learn these trades. Good pay. good working conditions. Wm. C. Dau Garage. 36-38ch WANTED: Lot and residence listings. We have numerous inquiries for available locations to buy or rent. Farm listings also. See us. H. D. Hutohins. Realtof, 110 So. Dodge St., or phone No. 832-J. . 36-39* WANTED: Young lady for drug store work. Lusby & Giossi Drugs. 38 WANTED: General helper or checker, Inquire National Tea Store. 38* WANTED TO RENT: Immediately. A house or apartment. Phone 183 Algona. W. E. McGrew. 38 For Rent WANT TO RENT: 160 or 200 A. farm. David McGregor, Burt,. Phone 9 on 93. Full line power machinery. 37-40* FARM FOR RENT: 400 A. 3-4 mi. from Algona, Iowa, electricity, 250 A. crop, 150 A. timber and riv- pjiiiiS ! ..CLOSING-OUT SALE.. | 1 Because of the death of my husband, sale of the following described prop- g B erty will be held, located 2 miles south of Sexton, one mile west and one mile = H north of St. Benedict, on = I Thursday, September 27 | Sale to Begin at 1 P. M. ^HH^^MMMIHpllB^^B^HUPvm,;.— 6 - Head of Horses - 6 One bay mare, 3 years old; 1 bay team, smooth mouth; 2 last spring colts and one riding colt. | 5 - Head of Milk Cows I Three Holsteins, a roan and a Guernsey; 6 last winter calves. 5 I 45 - Head Good Feeding Pigs * 45 l 200 Leghorn Pullets, one Cozy Brooder House, 10x14, almost new. | 11 Farm Machinery, Etc. One 1941 A.Model John Deere tractor, rubber in front; one John Deere tractor cultivator, w|tu power Hft?onel5.rjohn Deere disc, new this se» 8 on 5 one John Deere corn planter, 999, 8 years oj; S? 0 CormlA.SiiJw •eeder, new this season; one McCormick.Deering tractor plow, 14,Jn,, 8 yrs, old; o™lMSon?W*£wtone1lev Idea mower; one manure spreader; one new hay raakj one wagon E;onfXl wheel wagonTone high wheeled wagon; one 8*. binder; one Yega cream separator? one John Deere gas engine; one pump jack; one set britchen harness. 1940 Plymouth Coach with Radio and Heater OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION TERMS: Cash, or see clerk at or before sale, No property removed until settled for, RAYMOND | Bill ) DACKEN Estate ^ BIT Moines. 't6wi Two strasd, :iftatched' iJfearis, Thu'f Iftg. Reward. See Alice Iifch ftt AAA office bfetw6en & 6; •-' . >•--• .'-;•. ., 38* BRAYED: In Aigofia, sittali black i ; and white dbjg. Tag No,'256L Call 3336, Whittemars; fteward. dhris Olsen. : 38* to our place, a co\v, Owner may have same by paj^ {rig for the ad. Sidney R. Payne, Ledyard, Iowa. 38* FOUND; Football. Owner identify t and pay for ad. Robert Kruse, 6)9 West State. 38* Btiacellaneous NOTICE: General •trucking, immediate service, phone 2A, Cylinder, Iowa. 37-38* WE STILL HAVE 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. 37-38* : a,i: ; :,ffi to Aiioflfi ~m$iejffi mm® Want adS. TWe^ fiafl «ff tbda^ v than WOftK &! Ill Clafettfce .frasef, phbne 1 Algona, , TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTfitt* ESf LOANS/ FHA And vet* erans "GI 1 ! Loans te pUfehaM, remodel, Refinance Hottes, , Al» Itoria Federal Savings fij LoaH, Algbna, Iowa. •.-.•;. . - - 30tf FLOOft SANDING - and Reflnlsh' ing, Heavy C0mm6rdl8l equips ment. Portable ' * power. plant Cowati Bldg. Supply -Go., phone 275, Algona. 17»^ Exchange Dent, Basemenl Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suite* Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios ahd Washers. BJUSTROM'S PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.-^-Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf INLAID LlNOLEUMi linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 276, Algona. I6-3-8tf AUCTION SALE, Sat., Sept. 1:30 p. m.; at 115 W. Nebraska St. All household goods, davenports, chairs, sofas, parlor lamps, rockers, piano bench, kitchen equipment, congoleum rugs, tables, bednfom furniture and bedding, lawn mower, garden tools, hose, dishes, canned fruit, etc. Mrs. S. J. Stehle, Owner. 38* CARD OF THANKS It is with sincere thanks that we express our appreciation for the lovely floral tributes and missions and the many kindly acts done in our behalf at the time of our recent bereavement.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig,!Mr. and Mrs. Estel Ackerman, -t Mr. ahd Mrs. Earl Ackerman, 'Mf. arid Mrs. Hiram Ackerman,'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman, arid Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Heerdt. ' 38* low* By Mi's. Margaret Dacken, Administrator Colwe11 Br< * JllJlJJIIIIIIIIiJIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII^ re You Looking For Something Different ? vK-^^ If you are LOOKING FOB SOMETHING PIFi ENT you'll probably find it in the beautiful and varied selection of QUALITY ready to. wear here, We have really outdone ourselves this Fall, With coats, suits and dresses still hard to find, we've gathered together a truly magnificent showing. There are such outstanding suits as tbe one shown in this picture— ically distinctive outfits whieb fjiv* ypu thai well-dressed feeling— and that well dress ? ed LOOK too. We fe»y| many ethers in 9m well balanced stock, All sips s»4 colors, And all too. : . ; . > \. ••-•• -. - • •• - • Why don't you come in this weefe an4 select your n ew Fall outfit? Ypu'll l&e tht QU^WfY el ow merchandise as well as the ^aujptesy al ow Piles* jajies who will make your buying IA ,..-,— - Every man; can't; be a wirtnlsr attdj every hat can't be a champ. Intact there's just otte CHAMPBAT and from every angle it lives up to its name. It's tops in style, tops in workmanship and it tops the top in value. Walk in and get your Fall CHAMP today. ' ',;.;"' $5 6.50 7.50 In the season's smartest shades.. ZENDER'S 4^V&vvx$'5 iSiff! There Is One Stored Where You Always Find Quality Have you ever considered how ONE STORE in a community always sells outstanding garments? We think the CERISCUIUJES STORE is that kind of a store. ' This Fall we are showing a dashing selectioij of youthful, distinctive junior stjSsT iU» '*"* SUITS AND DRESSES. ;" ' "*•*' ' " ary Junior thm^^they are truly *' ' ' ..'..-.." -• . -'-','•• ~' '~'~ '••-' Such lines asyija^wty emphasise " store? in the find suits like ««*, fWiQBp •'•:•;• '•':'•' -!,'' ^^''^^^^Hl-sm^W^^ i__ !__.!, ^..l^^i.'^»ltm^'W'«^''1«-«^A^^l^WWl-«*J4^«'*«V/^«vl^'"A%»i^^Ai'^&^ in ""J

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