The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1946 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 5, 1946
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:. t, .**<.tH!t>i...«....** PAGE FOtm. ST. JOE NEIGHBORS FAREWELL PARTY • St. Joe: Friends and neighbor gathered at the Henry Thilge home Friday evening, Mar. 1 and from there drove to the Nicl Flsch home and gave a surprise farewell party for the Fisches They are moving Tuesday t< their home on South Woostei street in Algona. The evening's entertainment consisted of playing cards. In "500" Mrs. Henry Thilges received high score and Rosina Thilges low. The group presented Mr. and Mrs. Fisch with an electric table lamp. Those, present were Mr. and Mrs. Peter. Muelcr, R. L. Kuhlman, the Henry Thilges family, the Raymond Thilges family, the Nick Thilges family, Peter Thilges and family, the Anton Weydert family, the John Bormann family, Mr. and Mrs. Norbcrt Frideres, Mr. and Mrs. John Fri- dercs, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Plathe and son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert, and Wilfred Schneider, Son for Hogans Mr. and Mrs. R. A. (Babe) Hogan are parents of a 10-lb. boy born Monday, Feb. 25, at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital. The Hogans now have a girl and a boy. Shower for Marie Kellner Relatives attended a pre-nup- Hi White Phones Captain Hi White, still in Europe with occupation troops, called by overseas telephone, recently, to tell his wife, Helen White, Kossuth clerk of court, that he expected to be back in the States by April for his release from service. The call came from Switzerland. 3 Licenses To Wed Three licenses to wed were Issued last .week In the clerk of courts office. Feb. 25, Ronald E. Miller of Burt and Margaret L. Trairb, Des Moines, were issued a license. On Feb. 27, one went to Roman H. Thill, LuVerne, and Mane C. Kellner, Corwith. March 1, a license was issued to Oscar R. Person, Burt, and Hilda Kad- MOMS, ^AtadMA lofrA, FOR SALE: One hydraulic 220 cultivator with'dll attaefi* ments for ."H" inteMiatibwaX L. Schepprriann, Irvrrtgton. 8* FOR SALE: 1934 Plymouth 2*dobr good tires, below OPA celling. Russell Bates, Lone Rock, ' Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES ents' commission allowed. M Minimum charge 35c for 12 advertising 'agents charge words or less. When paid with (heir clients 4c and send cash order, 3c per word; when with order they receive Ic charged, 4c per word. No as- commission. Blind ads 25c. FOR SALE: 2 room ,8x22 teriifiit house, insulated, wired for electricity, mounted on trucks, See Ralph or Mike Koppen* Whltte- more, Iowa. 20w7-9* . Bookkeeper,with ty» •L«« ext>e*ieMc& Ap'ply evenings Pnofte 553; ; . • ^ •'' ( "* 'ANtEfli,S&l es ««, full time job Algona Baking Go. 9 W ! Miscellaneous FOR SALE: YearimiTpoltect Here•ford bulls, serviceable age priced reasonable. Elmer Kubly. { miles east of LuVerne. 17w9-10' For Sale OR SALE: Good desk Tor offic or home. Algona Upper De Moines. FOR, SALE: Electric pump jack almost new. Louis Scott, phon 19 on 38, -Burl, Hw9 FOR SALE: 600 bales wild hay Tony Weydert, G miles souU Hobart. FOR SALE: 120 acres, no buildings, lays nice, best soil. Pricec right. Paul M. Seeley, Algona. 16w9 «j2tt.Wa.l5K"C; ™^<£r'" ,«• Si St. Benedict hall Sunday. Mar. 3. She will be married to Roman Thill on March 5 at St. Benedict. John Bormann attended the Jackson day dinner in Dos Moines Saturday evening, Fi'b. 23. Richard, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuirc, was taken Thursday to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital for medical care. Robert Bormann, son oC Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, was recently promoted from private first class to a corporal at Camp Pickett, Virginia. Pvt. Albin Kayser arrived Saturday, Feb. 23, on a 10-cby leave from Fort Hancoc.':, New "jersey, at Rochester, Minn . to visit his mother Mr,,-. Peter Kayser, who had an operation there.- Feb. 15. Monday he came to St. Joe to visit relatives and friends. rack, good hard wood. Berg, Swea City Ear Hw9 FOR SALE: A 9x21, blue, all-wool. Gulislan Wilton rug, like new! Also Duncan Phyfe 8-piece dining room set, mahogany finish, large size buffet. Phone 941-J, 520 S Dodge. 29w9" FOR SALE: W-C Allis Chalmers and cultivator, 10-20 Mc-Deer- inff, and John Deere GP tractors. •4 springing cows. 10 piggy sows, 25 ducks. Hat-ley Hanson, phone 27-F31, Algona. 26w9-10~ FOR SALE: fl .hish grade Guernsey cows, all milking. Mrs. Alien Biorlp. '-y mi., south, V.\ mi. we,t Lone Rock. 16w9-11* FOR SALE: G-piece Jacobean oak dining set; Philco radio; 6x9 wool rug and pad; 2 small Numda rugs- desk; small walnut dresser; library table; card table; bridge •and table lamps; Mary Dumbar electric mixer; electric corn pop•per- thermos jug, gallon size; kitchen utensils: and other articles. Mrs. Earl Griffith, 316 N. Thorington. 51w9* FOR SALE: F-12 International tractor on rubber and cultivator Some baled .hay and-straw.. 1 C E. Sigsbee, Burt }7w7-9* FOR-SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in. Expert inspection, estimating ser vice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co'. phone 275, Algona. : 20-3-8tf For Rent FOR SALE: 19 ft. covered wagon house trailer, 1939 model. $700. Can be seen at Mrs. Emily Guy's home, LuVcrne. 18w9* FOR RENT: Sleeping roam for lady. Call from 6 to 7 p. m. at 305 E. State. I5w9 FOR RENT: Small 2-room trailer, not on. wheels, no children. 504 S. Phillips. 13w9* Lost FOR SALE: Complete steel bed with inner spring mattress. Sellers kitchen cabinet. Mrs. Carl Hutchins, phone 734-J. 16w9' : ' FOR SALE: 500 ibu. Boone see" oats. Must be moved by Satu day, March 9. ,Pnice 85c per b 'arl Hutchins, phone 734-J. . 22w9 LOST: Set of keys between main district and east of Northwestern depot. iMardnus Hansen,. phone 79-W, Algona. ; -' •'•'" 17wn* Wanted CASH PAID FOR CATS^PUPS pats, full grown, Sl.oo. Pups, four to eight months, still showing some Wafoy teetH, $2.00. Deliver at oui plant west of Fort Dodge 8 a. m to 5 p. m.-Monday thru Friday. PORT DODGE SERUM CO; . , 32w8tf Bring in your dlsts and corn planter shoes to get shar* pened before spring Wc*rk starts, also your plows. I have quite a few (plows left from last year already sharpened with no names on l v? y one havir| g same come and get them. I will hold them 30 days then Will sell them' if not called for. C. A. Heard, 60w9" SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. tf ORDER BABY CHICKS UNTIL YOU HAVE CALLED AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY HATCHERY,.209 E. State St., Algona, Iowa, phone 800. Newton Scott, Manager. 25w7-12 toui? -Wfe model' t*flr (6 Me j, f 2f, A 116 - Wflttst pMe'e, Ffee in* fo«nafte» oil eeilifigi Maenfc Md* tor service, West of court House; ' ' '' " , Basement . do&d.tfsed Furniture Dming room—Living room suites Breakfait Sets, Buffets, Radios ,'.. L 'and Washers. BJDSf ROM'S SS'p«S«siPS ?'/•'''•'MrfS&P'?/'?'^^^ ' : ' : """*""" """'"i^^^^HfHijp NEW EUfiCTlHQLUX Cleaner will be available soon! For In formation see Don H. Hutchins County Electrolux representa live, 619 S. Jones, Algona, phorti TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST - LOANS. FHA and VeU erans "GI" Loans to purchase remodel, refinance homes. Algona -Federal Savings & Loan Algona, Iowa. 301 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my. friends or the cards and letters received luring my convalescent period, Mrs. Catherine Metzen. 20W9* !AKD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends nd neighbors for the beautiful lowers and the many kindnesses xtended to us at the time of'the lealih of our beloved father. Gerrude M. Dahlhauser and Edward Rammer. 9* 'OR SALE: Stack wild 'hay. Pure 'bred Angus bulls, big enoug or service. Farmers price. Ervi Berber, phone 25-F111, Algona. 19\v9 'OR SALE: Red clover, balec James Coady, Burt. 8w9-10 FOR SALE: Potatoes, Red River Valley Cobblers or Red Triumph 100 Ibs. .$2.98; Texas Grapefruit, per box $2.98. Consumers' Food Store. g FOR SALE: 35 V-8 Ford. 703 S Jerome St., Algona. 9" OR SALE: The Henry Bras farm, Kossuth county, Shermai township, 240 acres, all tillable no buildings. A productive farn in a desirable community. Inquh\ Frank A. Fuhrman, 635 'Seminary . , St., Dubuque, low.a. 31w9 Wear the Coat oi the Future Today! The Topcoat with.Comfort-Contror FOR SALE: Victor endagete seeder with grass seed attachment Eleven high grade Hereford heifers bred to registered Hereford •bull. Hampshire gilts bred for April and May farrow. Four-wheel trailer with 6x16 fcires. Team of bay mares 5 and 7 years old well broke. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 44w9 FOR SALE: 2-hoIe corn sheller. cob carrier and corn elevator attached. McCormick-Deering eight foot grain binder. Algona, R, R. 2. L. A. Weber, 19w9' 5 DISHWASHER WANTED:. Room •and board or transportation. 6-day week. George's Cafe; MAN WANTED: Room and boa or transportation. George's Caf WANTED: Married man on- .fan C. E. Pniebe, 3V 2 miles east A gona on pavement. 9-11 WANTED: Good used pre-wa 8-piece oak dining room suit Phone 20-F24, Algona. WANTED: Girl to care for chil dren, .permanently, in the after noons, in Algona. Carol Burgeson Titonka, 15w9 WANTED: Pair of wheels an rims to fit John Deere 38, Mode A. Henry Eisenbarth, LuVerne. 16w9 LADY HELP WANTED: Ligih •house work ,for 2 people. Mrs at 612 S 19w9' Jens Sorensen. Call Dodge St., Algona. *Hfi koSSt/TJi is operi again' 2dVvtHl$viB49 'sea* son. /We are rtdiV fSaa^ io take" orders fof all high fcitfaflty' day "did and starte'd chicks. Wtfce yetl£:6'fi defs. how,, Phofle. flOd 6f ,;com* 1ft. Ul^h d^vfah. plant. 209jE. State St^e^;Al|6i}a.£%4tf V)^ Algdfia^ ; :. -^ ".,. , tifyt* 9 VANTED: Man to work on farm married or single. Clinton Rath uVerne, phone 2568. ... 14W9* 'ANTED: To do sewing, ironing, or mending. Phone 901-W, Alona. FOR SALE: 6 room house to move off farm, from corner west of Burt—2 1 /!; miles south on 169, 1 !A miles west—$1500. See Joel M". Hei-bst, Real Estate and Ins. 9 10w9* WANTED: Used typewriter . in , working condition.. Mention make and low price. Write P, O, Box 528, Wesley, Iowa. 9-10 FOR SALE: Stack of prairie hay Kyie Keith, Burt. 9 FOR SALE: 10 ft. Joho Deere binder, 150 amp. welder. Leandcv Seefeld, Wesley, phone 2231. 9* FOR SALE: Honey in 5 lb. jars. Hoenk Motors, west of Court House. gt£ FOR SALE: Three electric brooders, electric hot water heater, 2 burner coal range. Phone 142, Algona. 9* FOR SALE: 8 room modern house, excellent location in Algona Write 14-24 S. W. Mason City, la. 1) FOR SALE: Electric brooders, stock tanks, pump jacks with y. h. p.. motors, Thieman hog feeders. FrankI Store, Irvington. 9* FOR SALE: 18 head of feeder pigs. Vaccinated. L. Schepp- mann, Irvington, Algona phone. 8* FOR SALE: Seed potato'es: Blue Tag Cobblers, U. S. No. 1, 5 year clean. First year certified Warbas and Chippewas. Also a few Ohios inci B size Cobblers. Buy early, don't 'be disappointed. Still have ome good Cobbler table stock. 'horeson Bros., 4 miles west and miles north Swea City. 8tf NEW SHIPMENT of stationery just arrived. Have it printed with your name. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf HERITAGE Freedom to run, shout and play in clothing strong enough to "take it" and roomy enough for comfort. Only color fast quality fabrics and matching boil proof threads are used for these garments. You save money when you buy TUMBL-TQGS* ....they're reasonably priced and designed for longer wear. Toddler Tumbl-All $1.75 Girl's Tumbl-All 80c Boy's Tumbl-All WANTED: Married man to work on farm. J. H. Jensen, Fenton, Iowa. '"' stf 'OR SALE: Baled wild hay. R. L. Bernau, 4 miles west, 4'i south gona. 13w8-9 s ' DEDICATED to Your Service Our Pharmacist dedicates his knowledge, skill and years of experience to your service. He stands ever ready to help you, not only in your everyday drug needs, but to follow your doctor's orders to the letter. Whenever you need a prescription filled, depend on our Pharmacist. tf '- Depend tm US J For ACCURATE Prcscrlfnions Ohnesorge Drug Phone 318 5 E. State St., Algona ct rise For nuarl iljle *nd comfort in any weather, Crcitkuit gives you Comfort-Control,* (ability io «clf.«dapt to «ny. wenllier, and resist wriiiklc»!) For your love •( hwury, Crcjtknit precision.tailoriug, and « ca«uaj •Ijl'Off that give* your Crestkuil Coat an air of .«leg«i»«- Io exclusive all-wool Creslkuit Cheviot Tweed* and Crcstkuil Fleece*. Exclusively Here Clothiers I.EUTJIOLI).HILIJAMS C Greg Rammer Estate Public Auction Thurs. Mar. 7,1 p.m. Sale will be held at the Rammer house north of Rivcrview cemetery. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining room suite, 3 piece bedroom suite, davenport bed, Round Oak heater, 2 complete beds, chairs, rockers, mirrors, kitchen table, cupboards, etc. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Nearly new lawn mower, 30 ft. extension ladder, step ladder, 500 chick size brooder, 75 railroad ties, hand corn shelter, some used lumber and molding, steel barrel, shovels, spades, crocks, fruit jars and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash, L A. Winkel, Adm, i • Apartment Size Electric Ranges 3 Burner Top and Oven We can make delivery while they last. Single and 2 Burner Hot Plates Premier Vacuum Sweepers Westinghouse Select-O-Ray Sun Lamps Electric Kitchen Clocks All Metal Medicine Cabinets Electric Space Heaters Electric Floor Fans Coffee Makers 25 lb. Pajls Granulated Spap IPW« Crcsm Separatprs. Chore Boy, Clean $$sy and Pipeline Milking Machines, We repair all m^kes O f washing wringer rolls for §11 makes, Algona Maytag Store w ^ : - ••''-"• Phono 399 J v : ,'• v •".. J :• , ji-,ii .';/* 'i This cool ha» a quiet ela/lij yap ,Vf$ '•' be able to reiiitl '' scalloped doling creafs. the illusion of illijnnMi i'i".'h p o>» the delicate; accent i»» pretty la'dyloo^ i»jy*»i pink, white, green grape, ""' glamour blue. Size* 38'to Received-

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