The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1946 · Page 6
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'^^If^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^JM ' : K.^'^v-rySi*^ ' f*AGE SIXL ftituring the Famous COATS and SUITS An nex this Spring, our ANNEX feature the famous Betty Rose line of Coats and Stilts. \Vc have already re- c6ivcd a shipment of about 23 garments and they are simply BEAUTIFUL. You fra'Ven't seen such wonderful garments for four years. These suits and coats arc 100% wool, finely tailored, beautifully styled and really have the "look" of much higher priced garments. In fact you would expect to pay up to $25.00 to $30.00 for them. ^ r'\ And now comes the best news. The price of exclusive sniartly tailored coats and Stilts is only $18.40. This price is under the new OPA Special ruling and makes them really exceptional val- tifig. See these new Betty ftose garments at the AN- this week. Lucille thilges Of St. Joe, To Marry Alfred Bormarm St. Joe: A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday, Jan. 27, at the St. Joseph's hall for Lucille Thilges, who will be married Tuesday, Feb. 5, to Alfred Bor- rnann at Sts. Peter and Paul's church in West Bend. Bridge and "500" were played by the guests. In bridge high score went to Mrs. John Weydert and Mrs. John Thilges received the "500" prize.' A door prize was won by Mrs. Ralph Reding. The 'bride-to-be received many beautiful gifts. A lunch was served to the guests. Frank Hilbert had an operation at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Mueller and Mrs. Peter Reding of Whitte- morc were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the John Reding home in St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer and daughter Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marst) and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and family surprised Vernon Kramer on his birthday Thursday evening at his home south of Livcrmore. St. Joe plays St. Matthews of Clare Tuesday night at St. Joe. Friday, Feb. 1, Whittemore Academy has a return .game with the St. Joe five at St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. George Garman and Fred Garman of Elmore, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Reding home. Fred Garman is staying with his sister Mrs. Reding to visit relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mrs. McCorklc Home Mrs. Bert McCorkle was brought home Sunday evening from Iowa City in the Merritt ambulance, after a week at the University hospital there. At Insurance Meet Antone Johnson drove to Cedar Rapids, Sunday, to attend a meeting of agents for the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. held Monday and Tuesday. The AlRona Upper DCS Moilies is now in its 81st year of successive publication: it is the .pioneer newspaper of this section of Iowa. .ALGONA tJPPEtt DKS M01N£9, AIOONA IOWA. in Attend MM, Dooley Rite* Out*of-town relatives and friends who attended funeral .services for Mrs. J. , Dobley, last Thursday ,at St. Cecelia's Catho* He church here, were the following: N > Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Dooley, West Bend, Wis.; Charles Kennedy and Will Kennedy of St. Paul; Jim Kennedy, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisclc, Mrs. Frank Kollasch, Mrs. Joe Lbc- bach, Whittemorc; and Father Edward Maynard, Ledyard. William is a son of the deceased, and Charles and Will Kennedy arc brothers. There were also many other friends and relatives from distant points. Mrs. Dooley died a week ago Monday, at the age of 68, as the result of a heart attack. ! 6* 71 FOR SMjfi: '41 Lfet* ,Nf6. SfO , roughage and twift Mill, shape. V. Pattefisbni 8 mi. south Algona. 3»4» SPECIAL— FOR SALE: 1 % Volt •and 90 B radio pdiVer packs, $4.25. Stoober Hard-watd, FontoH* - •' '"- 3-4* FOR. SAL6: Eagle wate*.proof home insulation, "blown, in," W« are *ow, i?«ftdjr. to , for allhigh quality day;t>ld ahd sUrted.chickSf Placfe y&ttfot* dfSfa how, Phohe 806 or com*"JBV 2ff9 £ State Stfeett Alg6haV > 4W Welleridorf ea.ii ffiake JMU s«wi« n«w Anas. W*Jlendort G*M*e, Alton*. :'•••' 3*6* NEW HONEY for Sale. 6 Ib. jaf $1.00. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. WE ARE LEAVING ALG-ONA Our home and apartment are for sale. Furnished or unfurnished L. F. Rice, 403 W. McOrcgor, Algona. 52tf Misbachs Reunited First Time, 3 Years , For the first time in three and one-half year, the Misbach family got together, here, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spies of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Misbacn of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Misbach had dinner at the latter's apartment. Mrs. Spies is a sister of the Misbach men, and her husband, as well as her two brothers, were all in service, serving in the European theatre. For Lawrence, who arrived home last week, it was the first acquaintance with his son, Scott. Re-enlists In Navy Donald Daniels, Navy veteran radio operator from Lakbta, has enlisted for another two years in the service. He returned to San Diego Jan. 23, after visiting friends in the Lakota and Burt areas on a 30-day leave. His parents now live at Burt. He has been radio operator in a PBM flying boat, Martin patrol bomber. For Efeiit FOR RENT: Sleeping room, 502 N. Jones street. John Flora' Algona. 4* Wanted WANTED: Furnished 'or unfurnished house or apartment. Pay four months rent in advance. David Smith, Algona. Phone 544-W. 3-4* WANTED: Woman for general work. Write or call Hancock County Farm, Garner, Iowa. 3-0 WANTED: Full or part time help. Male or female at once. Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners; • •; 15w51tf WANTED: Pups 4 months to one year old $2.00; delivered.,to our plant west of Fort Dodge from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday .through Friday. Fort Dodge Serum Company.' '". 52tf WANT TO BUY: -Heifers; and young cows; must be heavy springers. Inquire Advance. .... 4* WANTED: Cashier. Algona Theatre Co. . 4 Back From Rochester Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood of Irvington, came home Friday from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Wood has been a patient the last three weeks, following a major opera',ion. 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 ac- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 4c and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: 1935 Ford coach. Below OPA. R. S. Blossom Ins. Agency. 4* FOR SALE: Used Appliances: Washing machines, 2 cream separators, 'heating stove, ice box, 2 electric motors, 2 Briggs & Stratton and 2 Maytag engines. Clean Easy milking machine. We repair all makes of washing machines and refrigerators and have wringer rolls for all makes of washing machines. ALGONA MAYTAG STORE Phone 391 Glenn Crilly Authorized Maytag and Frigidaire Dealer 4 FOR SALE: John Deere tractor and cultivator, McDcering plow, McDeering disc, A-l shape. Leonard Wcydert, Whittemore. 4 V FOR SALE: 4 Guernsey yearling heifers. W. J. Barr, Algona. 4* FOR SALE: Bay team, 4 and 5 years old, well broke. Call 7-F12. 4* FARMS FOR SALE: 318 A. Palo Alto Co., good bldgs., on paved highway, productive, possession 3-1-46. Terms. $145 per A. 315 A. Emmet Co., good bldgs., well located. 1944-45 rental returns nearly $10,000. 194C lease to buyer. $135 per A. 200 A. Kossuth Co., excellent bldgs,, well located, very productive. Possession 3-1-4G. $200 per A. Paul .M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 49w4* FOR SALE: 4 used hot water radiators, 'about 250 ft. radiation. W. J. Sigsbec, 809 E. Mc- regor, Al'gona. 16w4* FOR SALE: Timothy and red clover hay in barn. Kenneth Brandaw, Algona. 12w4* FOR SALE: Modern six room house, well located, garage. $5000. One lot, close in, on pavement, -well located, $1700. Modern eight room house, on pavement, two lots, garage. $6200. See D. D. Monlux. 32w4* FOR SALE: A-l brooder house, 12x16, double wall extra good floor, used only a couple seasons. Also 2 'brooder stoves. Ph. 2-F4, Algona. C. A. Geilenfeld. 4 : ' FOR SALE: Drop leaf kitchen table, four chairs, library table, complete bed, odd chairs, etc. Apt. 5, 704 N. Thorington, Algona. 4* FOR SALE: One copper-clad range in very good condition: two 9x12 linoleums; one good electric washing machine. 1 mile west, 1 mile south first place west of St. Benedict. Lando Mishak. 4* FOR SALE: Hampshire sows to farrow early. Paul Lindholm, 2 rfiiles south of Algona. 4* FOR SALE: Acreage near Algona, modern house, fairly good barn, very good chicken house. Possession March 1, 1946. This is a nice home and a good income can be made from the land. Paul M. Seeiey, Al^ona, lowu; 4 a FOR SALE: 1934 Chcv. sedan $200 below OPA ceiling. John Pergande, ph. 2601, LuVcrne. FOR SALE: Three head good white face feeder calves, wt. 500 to 600. Durwood Rutlcdge, Algona. Phone 11F-22. 4* FOR SALE: 4 door Olds with good tires. Below OPA. George St John, 207 W. Nebraska St., Algona. 4* FOR SALE: 2 room tenant house, insulated, .wired for electricity, easy to move. Wm. Tjadcn, Burt. 4* FOR SALE: 180 bales stack baled straw. Kenneth McCoy, 7 miles south Algona. 4* FOR SALE: Used McCormick- Deering tractor disc. Will tra.de 4-row tractor planter for 2-row tractor planter. Glonn Zwiefel; Titonka. 4* FOR SALE: Two year old Shorthorn bull; 8 red gilts bred for March farrow; stack second cutting clover hay. Geo. C. Koestler, Burt, phone 3-100, 2Uv4" FOR SALE: Baled wild hay, R. L. Bernau, 4 miles west of Algona and 4V> south. 4* FOR SALE: 14x16 building, suitable for brooder house. Reasonable. 125 bales mixed hay. 75 bales alfalfa. Baled straw. John Metzger, Algona. 3-4* BABY CHIOKS—Every Wednesday and Saturday. Prices January and February, White Rocks, $11.50 per 100, Leghorns $10 per 100; -after March 1, White Rocks $12.50 per 100, Leghorns $11.50 per 100, Rhode Island Reds available Feb. 2. Nealy Hatchery & Hardware, Burt ,Iowa. Phone 58 WANTED TO HIRE: Married or single man, no milking, separate sot buildings, year round job. Eli Gerber, West Bend. . 4* WANTED: Competent «irl for general housework. Go home nights. Mrs. C. C. Shlerk, ph. 250-R. 13w4 WANTED: Fountain help; straight day work. Ohncsorge Drug, Algona. 4 WANTED TO BUY: Model A coupe, "30 or '31. L. -A. Hackbarth, Whitemore. Phone 3323, Lone Rock. 4'' WANTED: Married man. Year 'round job. 6 room house with electricity. 1% miles cast of Humboldt on No. 3. Art Kunert. 4-5° WANTED: Experienced girl or woman for office,,work—rmust be good typist. St. Joseph" Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, Iowa., 4-6 Miscellaneous TAKE CARE OF CHILDREN in afternoons, paid by hour, ph. •707-W, Algona. 4- SELL YOUR USED -©A-Rv-truck or pickup NOW. They are going to get cheaper. Sec W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa. 4-5 HAVE YOU tried n malted milk at Barry's? 4 THE KOSSUTH County Hatchery is open again for the 1946 sea- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. State of Kossuth County, ss. No. 5417. In District Court January Terms, 1946. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last.' Will and Testament of Ignatius Wernert, Deceased, dated Nov.: 13, 1941, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the llth day of February, 1946, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, 'before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and reauired to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be iprobated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testment of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 26, 1946. (SEAL) 'HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy, E. C. MoMAHON, Attorney, Algona, Iowa. 4 WILL DO REPAIR WORK ort cars •and tractors. Bob Liywis, iMi blks. north of K & H, Burt. All Work guaranteed., • . 4* AUTHORIZED FRIGtDAIRE AND MAV?A0 DEALER Clean Easy portable «nd track* line «nd Perfection pipeline 2 unit milking machines; Io\vfl crearil separators. Maytag w&shlng •machines. • ' ;l ALGONA MAYtAQ STOUte Phone 399 Glenh Crilly 4 PHONOGRAPH BECORDS.— AH the new releases. Needles, al* bums. Kossuth Radio & Electric. Algona, Iowa. 47tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. Kphlhaas, phone 22, Algona. If NEW ELECTROLUX Cleaners •will be available soon! For in- formatiort see Don H; Hutclilns, County Electrolux representative, 619 S. Jones, Algona, phone 832-J. '• ':•'•••- <•::•'•'':•••'•'•• 48tf TOWN PROPERTY,LOW . EST LOANS, ; -PHA'-.-.Bnd.-Vet- erans "GI"--I/>nns tp,.'pui'chase,' remodel,..Refinance.Homes.,!. Air- gona Federal.- Saving's-&, Loan. ." icivya: ' • ... ' 30tf FLOOR .SANDING and; itig., Heavy commercial.,; equipment. Portable ' power plant Cowan" Bldg. 'Supply. Go., 'phone 275, Algona.. ' •. 17-3-3tJ INLAID -LINOLEUM.. .linpwail tile, laid by'experts; Custom work. Cowan Building , Supply Co,, pK6hc''.275,' Algona;. . 10^3-811 3ELL.''y'dur ''atb 'model'car -to me !bf thi fd^JnAtioh' bft e^Jilnls^, Soeftk Mb'a l<* SefVldfe ,,W6S^ 6f Gdurt M6U1S6, "; ; . •; :'-.>:' •••••:.-:-;^. '•'-•• Mil flept. ftaseirteht ATTENri|N! We arc especially prepared to give siervice bit DES0TO 1 PLYMOUTH CHEVROLET ^ OLDSMOBUE tAStlNG LUBRICATION WILLARD BATTERIES Motor Service Phone |: ^4^} W. ft QtfAltTOM Hi W Office. In SaWyer Building Of fide Phone 427 ; , ALGONA, IOWA 1 ; HUTCHISON * . ATTORNEYS Af LAW , A. Hutchison (1862-1938) v Donald C.Hutchisort ," Theodore C.\HutchIson Security State Bank fiulldiitg ; Phoner251 • Algdna.lo'vvV Gaylord D. Shumway i ; Edw. D, Kelly Harold F, Frlstedt 81IUMWAY, KELLY & FftlSf EDT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ; Office In Hutchison Bldg. •*;:. Phone 68 Algona; loyra : LfNNAN& LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW , Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg, Algona, Iowa Phone 26 t. A.WINKEt T ATTORNEY-AT LAW . Office In Hutchison Building "•.;• Phone 180 Algona, Iowa J. D. LOWE ATTORNEY AT LAW r . ; Rooms 212-214 First Nat'l Bk Bldg Phono 287 ,. Algona, Iowa > , E. J. VAN NESS Low Offices E. J. Van Ness Delia Walter. 2nd Floor -New Helse Building Algona, Iowa • • -.•-'• West of Court House Lotts Creek Farm for Sale Convenient to Lutheran church and school (Missouri Synod); and to a good general store, a cheese factory and near electric high lines. A complete set of farm buildings with good elevation makes farm specially desirable for stock or poultry raising; but soil is all-tillable, ex. building site; well fenced, well drained. Extra good well with windmill. Soil is mostly Webster and Clarion, some muck; but all highly productive under the efficient operation of the present tenant, who has lease for '46. Present owners are willing to sell, if taken within limited time, to enable them to buy nearer their own present home farm. "WORTH THE MONEY" to some one with $12,000 or more to invest. Balance can be financed. For additional details arid chance to inspect this good farm SEE or CALL U. P. Hutch)ns, Realtor, 110 So. Dodge St., Algona, la. Office Tel. 205; Res. 832-J. WATCHING- Piece Goods are Slowly Coming Back Yes, itj's a long long trail,imck to.the days of abundance in piece goods but every now and then we get a little shipment which gives us hope that before long, you will again be able to buy all you want at your favorite piece-goods store. We have always featured large stocks of cot- ton'prints, rayons and woolens and it will seem good to see our shelves filled with choice patterns. So don't become too optimistic— there isn't a lot just now but,they arc coming in more frequently and soon the shortages will be over. In the meantime, take advantage of our ^complete pattern service conveniently located at the rear of the store. THREE FAMOUS PATTERNS We carry three famous lines of paper patterns and our stocks are kept in fresh condition. We stock a complete every-size line of SIMPLICITY the best 15c and 25c pattern on the market today. We carry a four size stock of BUTTERICK which we have carried .here for over 20 years, Also a four-size stock of McCALL patterns in the popular 25c, 35c and 45c price ranges which gives you a comprehensive selection. If you want higher priced patterns in Me* call, we can order them for you from our large pattern book. So, until things get entirely "back. to normal" use our complete pat tern service and our, slowly increas ing supply of piece goods. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS C. H. CRETZMEVER, M. D. Phone 44J-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. ? MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Phone—Office ld'7 Res. 104 Across from F. S. Norton & Son ~ DR. ROBERT W. LEE, Physician and Surgeon Hutchison Bldg. Office Phone 127 Res. 827 DENTISTS ; K ~ A. J, EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence B59 KARL R. HOFFMAN" '-- DENTIST - ' Office in New Helse Bklg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 110. 'DR. ERVIN J. ANDERSON .DENTIST Office in McEnroe Building Of. Phone 572_ Res. Phone 525-W DR. J. P. HERRIG ; DENTIST Rooms 13 and 15 ; Haggard & Peterson Bldg. ' •• . Office Phone 19 Residence 560 ' .:' ^ OPVOMEfKISTi: .;•£• ' A. VV. AMUNSON Office—Borchardt Bldg.j Eyes •Examined • • : Res. Phone 436 • MISCELLANEOUS :'. 'B E; JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) TMstrict 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. .Rato"4'/ < !% Part time office, Friday 1 to <l p. m., National Farm.Loan Ass'n Office •% Block South of Council ; ; Oak Store. "BETTEH QUAUTY" "QUICKE* SERVWr HEADQUARTeRS STAMPS Your order* will b« ffflod promptly and efficient ORDER NOW I *

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