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til PAGE SIX_ Professional Advertisements ATTORNEYS AT LAW W. B. QUARTON H. VV. M1LLEU ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly Harold F. Fristedt SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 58 Algona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mtit. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 26 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone HiO Algona, Iowa J. D. LOWE ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 212-214 First Nal'l Bk Bklg Phone 287 Algona, Iowa E. ,1. VAN NESS Law Offices E. J. Van Ness Delhi Walter 2nd Floor New Heise Building Algona, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS C. II. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Phone—Office 197 Res. 191 Across from F. S. Norton & Son DR. ROBERT W. LEE Physician and Surgeon Hutchison Blcig. Office Phone 127 Res. 82" DENTISTS A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Hcise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 DR. ERVIN J. ANDERSON DENTIST Office in McEnroe Building Of. Phone 572 Res. Phone 525-W DR. ,T. P. HERRIG DENTIST Rooms 13 and 15 Haggard & Peterson Bldg. Office Phone 19 Residence 569 OPTOMETRIST A. W. AMUNSON Office—Borchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent •Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa Phone 656 Res. 173 EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4'!;% Part time oEficc, Friday 1 to 4 p. m., National Farm Loan Ass'n Office U Block South of Council Oak Store. •BETTER QUAUTY" -QUK301 SERVKr HEADQUARTERS For ifade-to-Ord*r RUBBER STAMPS Your orders will be fiBed promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW! For Sale at lite Upper Des Moinei North Dodge St. LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper D.CS Moings want ads! Over 4,000 es a week ixud them. Soldier On Visit Home Gets Burned Severely by Heater Seneca: Arnold Hanson is recovering at the Algona prisoner- of-war camp hospital from first degree burns, suffered last Tuesday. , He came in from outdoors and placed his feet near a heater to warm them, after removing his shoes. During the cold outside and before he came into the house, he had a feeling of numbness in one limb which had been broken twice, once before entering the service and once afterward, but his foot did not feel cold. Evidently because of the numbness he did not realize that his foot was blistering, but later that evening, when he got ready to retire for the night, he found his sock saturated from contact with blisters which c-jvtrcd his foot. He was taken to the prisoner of war camp for treatment where he was to remain for four or five day::. Arnold had i ist returned from an army hospil-.il at Springlifld, Mo., where ho h;ul gone for a checkup. He was on a 64-day furlough nnd will return to Springfield for further checkup. He has been fitted with a brace for protection, although he gets about nicely without it. His leg is not strong, however, and might break should he suffer a fall. RITES JAN. 14 FOR SABO HILLENGA, 57 Funeral services for Sabo Hillenga, for many years a resident of Algona, were held Monday, Jan. 14, at the Merrill Funeral Home. Rev. Loesch. Lutheran pastor conducted the services. Burial was in Riverview cemetery, with military rites at the grave by V. F. W. post 2541, of which Mr. Hillenga was a member. Pallbearers were Fred Plumb, Walter Steven, Jens Sorensen, Lyle Black, Harvey Johnson and Wilbur Ziegler. Death came to Mr .Hillenga at Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, Jan. 10, following an operation. The family had been living at West Bend the past two years. Mr. Hillenga was born in Holland, Jan. 31, 1888. He was 57 at the time of 'his death. He came to America in early life, married Anna Spieker at Britt, la., Feb. 26, 1925. They had two daughters and one granddaughter. The daughters are .Mac at home and Phyllis, Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel, at Titonka. Titonka Girl Named Church Unit Head Marcella 'Bartlett of Titonka was elected president of the Algona district Methodist Young People's group, Monday, Jan. '14, at a rally held at Titonka and attended by some 80 delegates" from churches in this district. Shirley Lockwood of Burt was named Secretary and treasurer; Eugenia Fanning, West Bend, was appointed chairman of the worship committee; Doris Miller, Doan, was named chairman of world friendship committee; Rachel Weisbrod, Good Hope, was named chairman of the community service committee, and Blythc Larson, LuVerne, was named recreation chairman. Classes were led by Rev. N. A. Price, Algona; Rev. T. Paul, West Bend, and Rev. J. A. Riggs, Wesley. ALGONA WPER DES M01NES, ALGONA IOWA ;£f;«#f 4 r &X-*S^ ! s:: ! n:^«$$'wt«^|S|g ^MifiililSsl'iiiaiiii FOR SALE: '#1 Lets No. f oughage and grain tttill, shape. V. Patterson, 6 ml. south Algona. 9-4* FOR SALE: Piano, medium size, high grade. Sold new for!$360. Closing out for.$150. Cash dif terms. Can.be seen in Algona. For further information Write Harlatt ,Plano Company, Box M03, University Place, Des Mbihes, loM*d, Phone 4-8927. __JL*-39 FOR SALE: Complete line of mar chinory. Sold >as a_w.hflle or separately. John 1 Hanselmatt, Algdha, SPECIAL—FOR SALE: 1 % Volt and 90 B radio power packs, $4.25. Stoeber Hardware, 'Fenton. 3-4* FOR SALE: Hampshire boars, fall, yearling, and spring. Immune and eligible to registry. Guaranteed. New stock for old customers, Joseph Skow, Wesley. 1-3* Diifbd . Jejs&e* bfed gilt sale at Sp^hceirVfaifffbU on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 1:30 M. 45 outstanding Duroe gil bred for early .March 4ha farrow, to three choice DUrotf boars. We have produced quality Durocs for over 25 years. Send tot catalogue. J. B, Geerdesi Everty, Iowa. 2*3 Wanted JltiPAift WORK on oars ., ahd: iflactdfs, 'fibb Lewis, 1% • t. All ., , , M1W, Hdiih: •••arK & tij Burt ''' '3* WANTED: Handy man or boy, George's Cafe,,Algona,. 3 WANTED: 2 or 3 room filrhished •or uhfurnlshed apartment. Phone 639-J. 3* WANTED: Furnished or unfuf- nished house of apartment. Pay four months rent in advance. David Smith. Algona. Phone 544-W. 3-4* City Real Estate Is Changing Hands •• A number of real estate transactions were completed locally, in the past week. Frank Vcra bought the D. D. Monlux home at the corner of N. Dodge and Call, and Lester DeBolt purchased the house owned by Mr. Monlux on Call near Thorington. Virgil Smith purchased the house owned by Ken Cowan at the corner of N. Phillips and Elm, and R. B. Waller purchased the three-apartment house owned by C. R. LaBarrc on South Dodge St. Several other transactions were rumored but could not be verified. Game Here Thursday In a Kossuth-Palo Alto independent cage league game, the K C. entry from Algona will be host to the league Burt team, here, Thursday evening, Jan. 24. The game will start at 7:30 p. m. at the Academy gym. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum chargrc 35c for 1Z words or less. When paid willi order, 3c Per word; when cliargcd, 4c per word. No ae- cnts' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge Ihcir clients 4c and send cash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Registered Holstein bull, 2 yrs. old, gentle. 5 miles west, 3 mi. porth, \~> mi. west of Algona. Kermit Kuecker. 3 ::: FOR SALE: Alfalfa and red clover hay, baled. Herman Becker, Irvington, phone Algona 31F31. 3* FOR- SALE: Baled wild hay. R. L. Bernau, 4 miles cast of Algona and 4'i; south. 3* FOR SALE: Used show case fixtures. Algona Baking Co. 3 FOR SALE: Black Poland China boar. First $50 takes it. Phone 20-F5, Algona. Glen Jenkinson. 3" FOR SALE: R. C. Case tractor on rubber, cultivator, ceiling. Oscar Hammond, Burt, phone 2256, Wesley, 3* FOR SALE: Brood sows to farrow last of March.'3V;. mi. N. of Sexton. Robert F. Kain. 3 5 FOR SALE: Holstein purebred bull, 2 years old. Wm. A. Hannover, 1 mi. N., 2 E. of Whitlemore. 3* FOR SALE: 2 Holstein springing heifers. First calf, Blumer Bros., LuVerne. 3* FOR SALE: 14x16 building, suitable for brooder house. Reasonable. 125 bales mixed hay. 75 bales alfalfa. Baled straw. John Metzger, Algona. 3-4* FOR SALE: Purebred Holstein 'bull, 2 Vis years old. John Munch, Fenton. 3* FOR RENT: Sleeping room. 502 W. Jones St. 3-4-' FOR SALE: Two 3-year old mules, sound and fat. Gray team. wt. 3000, good broke, six and eight. Wm. Durant, Algona. 3* FOR SALE: Good heavy leather halters. Ed Kuhn. 3* FOR SALE: Power lift cultivator No. HM-229, with cylinders. Good condition. Harvey Larson, Burt, Iowa. 3* BEAUTIFUL bungalow size piano A-l condition. Fully guaranteed. Priced auick resale. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, lowj. FOR SALE: a Muscovey drakes. Mrs. Severin Opheim, Whittemore, Iowa. 3' s FOR SALE: Used appliances: washing machines, 3 burner kerosene stove, heating stove, 2 good cream separators, milking machines. We repair all makes of washing machines and Frigidaireo. Have wringer rolls lor all makes of washng machines. ALGONA MAYTAG STOKE 3S9 Ciena Crilly 3 FOR SALE: '41 Ford deluxe with heater and radio. Hoenk Motor service. West of Court House. 3 FOR SALE: Model B John Deere tractor and cultivator and power life, one year old, in A-l condition. See Oscar Dahl, 6 mi. S. and 2'A E. of Kanawha, Iowa. 3* FOR SALE: Piano, good condition. $50. Mrs. Fay Minard, 302 N. Blackford, Algona. 3° BABY CHICKS—Every Wednesday and Saturday. Prices Jan- uury and February, White Rocks, $11.50 per 100, Leghorns $10 per 100; after March :, White Rocks $12.50 per 100, Leghorns $11.50 per 100. Rhode Island Reds available Feb. 2. Nealy Hatchery & Hardware, Burt ,Iowa. Phone 58 or '77. 3tf FOR SALE—'Poland China gilts to farrow early. O. E. Ely, Titonka. 1-3 S: NEW BEAUTY IN A DAY One day is all you need to make that special guest room sparkle with new life and beauty. Water - thinned paint comes in a full range of beautiful pastel shades, is foolproof to apply, and dries fully in less than three hours. W* will b* glad to help you sflect just th» irifbt •iudt. S, Norton & Son Phone 229 FOR SALE: 5 registered milking Shorthorn heifers. Bull of serviceable nge and bull calves. W. G. Kading, Lone Rock, ph. 3501. , 1-3* FOR SALE: Purebred Shorthorn bulls. Serviceable .age. Herman Studer, 1 mile west, 2>/2 south of Wesley. 2-3* BALING of all kinds. Available at any time. Harry W. Sankey & Son, Burt. 2-3*a FOR SALE: Partly modern 4-room house, close in. Hutchison & Hough. Algona, Iowa. _2-3- B FOR SALE: 2 0x12, 1-8x18 brooder houses, 16x20 suitable .for either chicken or hog house, wooden 40- rt. rebuilt grain elevator. Hugh Williams, Burt. , 2-3* FOR SALE: Hydraulic dump box, A-l shape. Joseph Bertc, phone Livcrmore, 2514. 2-3'-' WE ARE LEAVING ALGONA. Our home and apartment are for sale. Furnished or unfurnished. L. F. Rice, 403 W. McGregor, Algona. FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf NEW HONEY lor sale. 5 Ib. jar $1.00. Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 37tf WANTED: Woman for general work, r Write or call Hancock County Farm, Garner, Iowa. <3-d WANTED: Horses of any. kind, Wm. Durant, Algon-a. 3* WANTED: 4 unfurnished room or small house needed badly by returned veteran and family, Leroy Graham, Whittemore. 3* WANTED: An experienced girl to do housework; A private room and bath, nice working conditions, plenty of time off, and 'good pay. Must have reference. Call or ivrite Home Furniture Store, Mason City, Iowa. ' 3 WANTED TO BUY: 4 good milk cows. Write Box 196, LuVerne 3* WANTED: Job by 16-yeaiVold boy. ' Some experience, on the farm. Call Wallburg's, Cabin 9. 3* WANTED: Full or part time help. Male or female at once. Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners. ISwollf WANTED: Pups 4 months to" one year old $2.00; delivered to our plant west of. Fort Dodge from 8 a. m. lo 5 p. m. Monday .through Friday. Fort Dodge Serum Company. 52U Miscellaneous YES—Throw your keys away. Wcllcndorf can make you some new ones. Wellcndorf Garage, Algona. 3-6* Choice House for Sale ' Near schools and churches, grocery and filling station, on pavement; modernly equipped; insulated, oil-burner furnace; full .basement, oak-finished living, room, dining room and kitchen 1st floor, with fine enclosed front porc^ and rear entry; good garage; two nice bedrooms with closets, and bath above. A real home for you. For) other details ask H. D.HUTdHINS, Realtor Tel. 832-J or see by appointment at office, 110 So. Dodge St., Algona. * . 3* THINGS ARE HUMMING AT OUR ANNEX We had one of our biggest weeks at the ANNEX last week; Lcona was busy every day dishing out the bargains we advertised in the newspapers. There arc still lots of good coats and dresses left and we can promise you a good selection until Saturday night. January 26th — after that — we don't know but we GUESS we will be pretty well sold out. GOOD WARM WINTER COATS FOR $5,95, $16.95 and large sized fur trimmed coats for only $29.95. This sounds like the "good old days" and wo really mean it when we say the values are just as. good. These are mostly this year's styles — smart, well made from mostly all wool materials and with a fair selection of sizes. We haven't all colors but lots of good staple blacks and browns. Those LARGE SIZED COATS ARE TRULY OUTSTANDING. They run up to 46 size, with rich genuine fox and squirrel trims, beautiful, full sized garments with style and smartness— values from $55,00 to $65,00 and now selling for the small price of only ........... ; There are still plenty of small sized dresses left and a few larger ones but we have thrown them all into two lots and you can now buy almost any dress in the ANNEX at either Aj| QJ" Afft Q|This is the best dress- MTiVV or VWBVV bargain we have put out for years, There are sport and dress models as well as the more staple street frocks — and for one of these small prices they arc really BARGAINS. You can't afford to stay away from our ANNE^ during this month when we aw putting out such values. Many other small lots — smocks, hosiery, children's cpats and dresses— ALL PRICED FOR QUICK SELLING. SMALL LOT OF JUMPERS in «xes » to 13, regular $8,95 value, to AtmiOlUZfeD f ttf dlfi Aim AND ,; MAVfA^ WEALERv Cleatt; Easy portable fend track* Jlhfiiafttf Perfection pipeline 2 unit milking machines. -Iowa cream separators* iMaytag -washing ma- chmesi ALGONA MAV*AO Sf ORE jphohe 899 Gflenh Crilly 3 LOST: Billfold with name, Lillian Peckhatii, engraved. Finder kee^) money and .please leave at Farm Bureau office. 3«' LOST: About first 'of January, black >and white fur -mittens. Leave at Upfcer Des Mdnes office for reward, 3* AM DRIVING TO SAN FRANCISCO last of January. Room tor four riders. Write Robert Mar-so, LuVerne, Iowa, % Robert Rusher. . 3* PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the new releases. Needles, albums; Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. > 4"7tf SEE W & Lfcy,. LKkbtaf Jt<*\% If i. ymi hava r used Mft • Wiek w filekup td Ml. W6 ! paM id* jiflcf for all W«keS «nd model* 8 good u«e.d cars fe>f gftle. ^ . •:>• 'J-^jfrS- ME FOR Real Bargains 1ft farms, loiahs, dfalH«g6 sUifVeyitig &nd estimates 6fl til?.. PhU J, K6hlhaas^ 22 -tf NfiW fiLfidSftQLUiX" Cleatters will be avttilawe sdott! V6f )H» forniaUon see, Udft M, Mu^hitts, county EiectfdlUk repreSefttfi-' live/ 6t9 S, Johes, vS Alg0Ha, phone 832-J. l > ; '46tf TOWN pROPMtTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. FftA and Veterans "Gl" Loahs to purchase, 1 remodel. Refinance Homes. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Ibwa. 30tf PLQOR SANDING and fteflnlsH- ing. Heavy commercial equip* ment. Portable powef plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Cd., phofte 275, Algona. 17-3*8tf INLAID LINOLEUM." llnowall tile, laid by experts. Custom work, Cowan Building Supply Co,, phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf *ti^Sp.|Ap|Bi| W&t ;8 H V; CARD OF We wish" 16 express •• thanks w out :mafly ; ff lives, V/SV W:, and V. illafy for their expressions otaym?| pathy, floral .offerings and orifll gifts to missions. M||, Hlllehgft and daUghtCfS, :Mf« Mrs. Hartn. Milleilga t and Mrs. Dick Splekef and OF We wish to thank 6uffflends, neighbors, and relatives ,for their, kindness and sympathy extended, to us; and for the floral tributes; and assistance given us at the thtto,; of our recent bereavement, MrV •and Mr«. David K. Long, and daughter, Marcte, , 38w3*; poris Dodson is in print... Doris Dodsou i» in Print... Doris Dodson U in print... Doris Dodson is in print... Doria Dorl—- • ^ \nt... Doris n - • I 111 ft j \J V " ^ait...Dpri Dpri%podsoii is in print..>Doi print ...Do • • Doris Dodson is in pr * n print . . .Doris D »••/' _ _ m 9 •odson is in pi Doris Dwhon's "On the Prowl." Black, "«vy, gray rayon crcp« T)oriS Dl de chine. 9 to 15. As seen la Jr. Baza*r. 910.05 Doris Dodson'* "Neptune's Pets." Black with aqua, pink, or white ground print Hayon shantung. 9 to 15. As *een in Mademoiselle. •12.05 . . 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