The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 12, 1946
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SSMSEi PAGE EIGHT. • • •- ' 1 •''"•'"' • '-••'-.•.•- • ', - ••".,". ""-' "- ' LOUISE MAYUND OF TITONKA BRIDE MEINDERT D1RKSON • Titonka: Miss Louise Helena Mayland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Mayland, was united in marriage to Mcindert Qirksen of Woden on Wednesday ("Wing, Feb. 29. The double ring ceremony was in the Immanuel Lutheran church, performed by Rev. Plaz. The wedding procession was headed by Irene Mayland. The ring-bearer, Donald Isenbrand, nephew of the groom, was followed by Janice Dirkson, niece of the groom, who scattered flower petals in the path of the bride, who followed her. ' Immediately following the ceremony close relatives and friends attended the reception at the bride's home. Gels Crushed Fool E. J. Sonnenbcrg received a painfully crushed foot, when Ins foot was caught between two logs while helping a neighbor move. Benefit Basketball The Benefit Basketball game between the high school- teams an alumni were played Friday evening with the alumni winning both games. The boys' game was tied 33-33 and had to be played overtime with the final score be- ins 36-33. The high school girls got beat by six points with the final score being 2~2-28. Back in Hospital — After being released from the Rochester hospital Friday, Warner Smidt Sr. received a setback and returned to the hospital Saturday evening. He had undergone a major operation fom weeks ago and his recovery has been a long slow process. His wife, Mrs. Smidt was recovering nicely after having undergone an operation at the same hospital last Friday. She will have to spend a couple of more weeks m the hospital, Texas Houses Scarce Mr. and Mrs. Watson Hamstreet left Titonka for Texas a couple of weeks ago. However, their plan for Watson to enter college there had to be cancelled because they could not find a suitable place to reside. Maurice Kcil and Timer Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lang went to Buffalo, Mo., with a load of bees last Saturday. They accompanied by Ted Dunmire, took a load of bees down last fall, but not- as many as they would have iked. Dr. M. F. Calhoun went to bl Paso, Tex., Friday to vish his •n-olher and to see if the Texas climate will speed his recupera- .ion from ar illness. He has been lint lik to do much work all win- r. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman received quite an unusual wedding gift, Feb. 14. Their third ;hilcl. ?. girl was born on this day making a family of two girls and one boy. Mr. and Mrs. George Tjaden ovcd into town from their farm ;:nd took up residence in the Johnnie Isebrand house. The Isebrands moved into one o£ the apartments in the old school building. They (the Isebrands) jwn this building and plan to tear it down and construct another of several other buildings in its place when material is released. Harry Barllctt underwent a hernia operation at the Park hospital at "Mason City. Is Homeward Bound Leo W. Kirschbaum, MM3-C, serving aboard the USS Improve, a mine-sweeper, is 'homeward bound, according to information received from the Chit-ago Navy news center. He is a veteran of thfr invasion of southern France, and the ship later moved into the Pacific. FOR SALE: Good automobile radio, Logan Radio Service. Over Waynes Cafe. 10 FDR SAliE: '29 Chevrolet, good 'condition. 3 miles east Algona on McGregor, and 1 mile south. J. I. Peer farm, Don Mains. 10* FOR SALE: A Burroughs adding machine, large office 1 size, hand lever, in .good condition at attractive price. Chrischilles Store, Al* gona. 1( ? FOR SALE: Baled red clover hay. George Ferstl, St. Benedict.^, FOR SALE: Baled straw. Scholtes, 'phone 838-W. J. W. FOR SALE: Seed Tag Cobblera, t*r* clean. Flfist y«ar .c^-,..~- f and Chlpjpew'as, Alstf ft $<& OMitt and B size Gobblers. fil# early, don't be dis&pfKJitttea. Still have some good,Gabbler Wbie stock, Thoresftn Bros.. 4 ttitites wefet and 3 miles north SWeS City 1 ,' • 6tt FOR SALE: Oni hydraulic lift ami 229 cultivator with All attach* ments for "H" International. L. Scheppmann, irfrinton. — 10* FOR SALE: Yearling 'polled Hereford bulls, 'serviceable age, priced reasonable. Elmer Kubly, 5 miles east of LuVerne.'. 17<\#9-1.0* FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa, suitable for grinding, put up without rain, and in the barn. Gerald Frankl, Irvington, phone 31-F121. 20wlO' 5 FOR SALE: Tama seed oats, Mike Loss, Algona. W-n* FOR SALEj 1 year old, well bred Irish setter dog. Ralph iMicdkc. Phone 977-W, Algona. FOR SALE: PA-50 International stationary engine. Model M. S. Papec feed mill. Elbert Garage, Whittemore. 10 ' CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charg-e 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents c h a r g c their clients 4c and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. FOR SALE: 10 ft. double disc, McCormick-Deering. In fine condition. Alfred Reding, 8 miles south of Algona and a half mile west. 10-11 FOR SALE: Size 40 Hart SchaH- ner suit. Blue worsted. Excellent condition. Edw. F. Lorenz, Wesley, phone 2291. 10 FOR SALE: Threshed baled straw. Pair of steel wheels to ifit John Deere A, 1940 tractor. Phone 30-F22, Algona. 10 FOR SALE: Used cream separators, National 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 399. Glenn 10 FOR SALE: Eagle Water proof home insulation, "blown In." Expert inspection, .estimating service. Cowan Bldg^ Supplf Co., phono 275, Algona. 20-3-8ti For Rent Ctefi Beck, ishoftf .3312, WANTfifi: IRENE'S BBAUtY SHOP, GONA. fair steel reaf Wheels for .38 John Deere A. /Can Brown, Irvington. 13wlO* WANT TO CARE iof anytime besides school noufs. Phone.707*W, Algona. 12wlO'> "^•^$$s 2BW?il2 ***** you tor tfi6 forlttfttfott „.. - : — f. tdf Set vice, West o ;mddel '"*« td Me ' ,. ehj* Mo* Court Hbtlse. .sett WANTED: /Married man on farni. C. E. Puiebe, 3% miles east Algona on pavement 9-10* WANTED: Used typewriter. in working condition.' Mention make and low price. Write P. O. Box 528, Wesley, Iowa. 9-10 WANTED: Married mart to work on farm. J. tt. Jensen, Fenton, Iowa. 8tf FOR RENT: 2 light housekeeping rooms. Phone 739rW. 221 So. Ridgley. 10 Lost LOST: Inner spring mattress between West OBend and Algona. Reward. Nick Fisch, 322 S. Woost cr, Algona. Wanted WANTED: Motor scooter In good condition. Fred Zoller, Bancroft, Iowa. 10 WANTED TO BUY:-.' Horses, matched teams, mares preferred, and broke. Elmer J. HrUbes, Garner, Iowa. ••"'• •"• ' • 10 COOK WANTED: -Lusby & Oiossi. WANTED AT ONCE: Male -or female help. ; Part or iull .time work. Hours between,? and 6;. Algona Laundry and-Dry Cleaners. Miscellaneous I WILL BE ABLE to bale your straw or hay at any time. Louis Scheppman, Irvington, Algona phone! 18W10* AUTHORIZED MA1TTAG FIOIDAIRE DEALER Chore Boy, Clean Easy and Perfection Pipeline milking machines. Iowa cream separators. 50 gal. electric water heaters. 7 tube console radios. Portable 110 volt AC Electric Poweer Plant, for electricity anytime, anywhere. Single and double burner hot plates.- ALGONA MAYTAG STORE Phone 399 Glenn Crilly 10 GET A GOOD PRICE FOR YOUR ' USED CAR, TRUCK OR PICKUP.- We are paying today's top narket as we have buyers waiting The factories arc now in produc- 'tion on new cars and the used car market is going to nose dive any- day now. BE SMART AND SEE US IMMEDIATELY. W. E. LEY, LAKOTA, IA. 10-" Basement Good Used. Furniture Dining focM—^Living room suites Breakfast sets. Buffets, Radios ^ laid Wbrfcf • CoWari C6., phone 276, NEW ELECTROLUX Cleanets Will be available soon! For information see Don H. Hutchlns, County EleetrolUX representative, 619 S. Jones, Algona, 832-J. , TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to purchase, remodel, refinance hd.mes. Algona Federal Savings & Loan. Algona, Iowa. 30U THE KOSSUTH County Hatchery is open again for the 1946 season. We are now ready to take orders for all high quality day old and started chicks. Place your orders now. Phone 800 or come in 209 E. State Street, Algona. 4t£ <5ARU U*'- -J.;if/k««P '..; •. .- i : . - atipreciatlph Joi 1 we cardj; sent : aid during mj^ iliiie^' at ttoehester, alsb cards and rememM^flces for my birthday.. Dora'Bi^wtedt^^ OP THANKS " , . ..• • • My sincere thanks to all ..those who remembered' me so nicely during my recent illness. .jMrs Jens Sorensen. , . CARb OF THANKS , I wish to .thank all my relatives. kind neighbors, and'fi host of good friends for their kind expressions shown toward me while at the Rochester hospital; -and for. their kind visits paid to me 'While at home. And also for their .many beautiful greeting caroV , ah °,. 16t " ters received. Again rwi" thank Mark McGuire• and ..Raymond \ emi a a aiT BOWL FLUSH 'CL6ANS , PERFUMES ( These DORIS Excitingly Different Are < 1 H WANTED: Cook .waitress and dish washer at theV.Morgan Cafe in Buffalo Center, Iowa. 10 FOR SALE: 35 rail pigs. W. J. Barr, Algona. 1°''' FARM FOR SALE: 200 A. heavy, productive soil; modern 7-room house, with electrictiy, running water, etc. Good dairy barn, automatic drinking cups; granary, etc. Located on Lake of the Woods, America's last frontier. Only $50 per acre. Available at once. Write Oliver F. Kellogg, Warroad, Minnesota. 10-50c pd For Sale FOR SALTS: Tama seed oats, combined without getting wet, good, germination. Kyle Kicth, Hurt. 14wlO* FOR SALE: Registered black Poland China male hog. Ray Vig- dal, 5 mi. north, 1 >/4 mi. east of \\hittcmorc, 'phone Fcnton 44-10. 21wlO* FOR SALE: Tuma seed oats, germination UUV;, $1.00 per bu.; Earlyana soybeans, germination 96%, 93.00 per bu. Ames laboratory tested. K. T. Angus, Bancroft, phone 1002 Luno Rock. UUwlO- FOR SALE: G-room modern house — 3 large bedrooms, oil heat, water softener, electric water heater, all hardwood floors, one of Alsfona's best homes. Prices $8,000. C/W. Nicoulin, Aglona. 26wlO' ! FOR SALE: Swiss bull, 1 year old. Michaelson Bros., Tintonka. 10* FOR SALE: W-C Allis Chalmers and cultivator, 10-20 Mc-Deering, and John Deere GP tractors. 4 springing cows, 10 piggy sows, 25 ducks. Harley Hansen, phone 27-F31, Algona. 2Gw9-10' ; FOR SALE: 8 'high grade Guernsey cows, all milking. Mrs. Alice Bierle, >•: mi. south, % mi. west Lone Rock. 16w9-ll' ; ' FOR SALE: Red clover, baled, James C'oady, Burl. 8w9-10* WANTED: Married man. Separate house. Top wages, extras, electricity furnished. Thoreson Bros,, 4 miles west and 3 miles north Svvea City. '' : • ^U WANTED: Girl Or lady to help with house work, permanent, farm home, small children. Write Algona Upper Des M°!.n«i. ^ # WANTED: Used cars. We pay highest prices for used cars. Schultz Bros. Station, phone 9V5W, Algona. lGwlO-12 WANTED: Experienced 'single man for. farm work. • Carson Simpson, Wesley. ;, '' WANTED: Pair of steel wheels to fit John Deere 37, Model A. Leslie (McEnroe, phone 33-F3, Al" * MARRIED MAN .wants '-jab on farm.. Ray ! W. Sankey:ja.iT>Ue north .cat Wesley, %jRpbe.:rt 3snkey. 1 ••.-•• ••;•-. * PHONE 921 for prompt radio repair. Logan Radio Service, Algona. IQwlOtf Just as you would expect, the records show that the most savings and safety in farm loans are available' through a farmer-owned lending system. Finance your farm and improvements with a Federal Land Bank Loan designed to meet NATIONAL FARM 'LOAN ASS'N. E. H. Hutchins, Sec-Trcas. 110 So. Dodge Aluona, la 55wlO-ll fl CASH PAID FOR CATS—PUPS Cats, full grown, $1.00. Pups, four to eight months, still showing some baby teeth, $2;00. Deliver at our plant west o£ Fort Dodge 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Friday. FORT DODGE SERUM CO. 32w8tC SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans^dralnage surveying .and -.estimates .on tile. Phil J. ' Kdhlhaas, phone' 22; Algona._^tt FOR SALE: Shepherd pups from good cattle parents. Ernest E. Meyer, Hurt. llwltP FOR SALE: 300 young Shorthorn cows, fresh in few days. Earl Ackcrman, Burl. l^i 0 !' " FOR SALE: One Hereford bull. Stanley Egel, Irvinglon. »wlO FOR SALE: Davenport and chair, rocking chair, odd chairs, kitchen cupboard, washing machine, fruit jars. Hattie Schrader, Hurt. lUwlO FOR SALE: 8-pioce dining set, •Philco radio, 0x9 rug, sm;ill tables, and other articles. Mrs. Earl Griffith, 316 N. Thorington, Algona. 20\vlO FOR SALE: 14 native ewes, clue after April 1st, also grade Guernsey heifer, cows and P. B. bull. Carl Brown, Irvington. ' :: FOR SALE: 15-30 McCormick- Dereing tractor, complete new heads and variable speed governor a year ago, good shape. Don Uthof, 2 mi. south, 1 west Fenton. 2-hvlO* FOR SALE: One 8-piece oak dining room .suite, like new, with pad. Art Kramersmcier, 2 1 -- mi. S. E. of Ledyard. 20wlW-' FOR SALE: Radcx Oliver 2-16 tractor plow. 20 ducks. Simon Henry, phone 6-F22, Algona. 10'^ FOR SALE: '29 Chevrolet, very good condition good tires. Clarence Swedin, 1 mi. east 3 .'i mi. south Sexton. lawlU- FOR SALE: New Method manure loader, new last year. Kenneth Brunclow, uhune 1-F31, Algona. HwlO* FOR SALE: English Shepherd, good stock dog. John Lickteig, Apple Tree Farm. 12wlO- FOR SA'LE: Baled red clover and timothy hay. Also baled alfalfa. L. J. Stalzer, Algona, ph. 11-F111. IGwlO* FOR SALE:. Earlyana soybeans from certified seed, 93% germination. M. A. Sorlicn, Bode, Iowa. 14wlO-' FOR SALE: One gander. Wm Decker, Whittemore, phone 4001 Lone Rock. 1 Owl0 s FOR SALtE: Model H Wards cutter head hammermill. Clarence Gardner, 2 mile north ',••> east Swea City. _ 16wlO< FOR SALE: Or trade. 1942 Dodge truck, two-ton motor, combination box, A-l shape, within OPA ceiling. Write Box 69, Algona. LUBRICATION £2?££1S£. MOTOR TUN€ UP How About The?e? D THOROUGH LUBRICATION FOR SPRING DRIVING P ELECTRICAL WIRING P SPARK PLUGS P COIL, DISTRIBUTOR AND CONDENSOR CONDITION P HEAD AND TAIL LIGHTS P VALVES, COMPRESSION P TIGHTENING CHASSIS BOLTS P CHECK FUEL PVMP P CHECK WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BRAKES 0 DECARBONIZE MOTOR P CHECK BATTERY Fast, Accurate Servjce-ElGHT MEN READYTQSERVE^Dr|velnTod»y! Kent Motor Co. Upper left! Dori* Dodwn'» " v S«ch Exciwraeni", two-pi««« wilh wing »leev«*. Avtcado green, natur»l, pink printed spun r«yon butcher linon. 9 to 15. •12.95 Upper right! DorU Dodeon'* "Boy Me»l» Girl," iide-wr»p drew. Ume . yellow • T«d, ^, blue with wine, peach with a,<ju« «he«ling. Si*e» 9 to 15. Right: Porw Dod»on'» "Big Town" doH-waiited dre«i, Cord, bl«», or yel'o* w » th Mack. Printed rayon Victory ' imon. §j»«» 9 to »5. 900.99 FORD. MERCURY SALES AN0 SERVIp

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