The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 2, 1946
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LGE EIGHT- IBWW OF GEORGE ICHENCKDIESIN IIRE AT TOPEKA i Mrs. George Schenck, widow of fhe l<*le George Schenck who lived some years ago on the Schenck homestead north of Algona, was fatally burned Fob. 22, when she 4/S9 trapped by a trash fire in her back yard at Topcka, Kansas. This information was learned here by friends of the Schenck family this week. • Georse Schenck was a brother of the late Myron Schenck and Mrs. Fannie Ward. Was Topulist Leader. George Schenck became county superintendent of Coffey county schools, in Kansas, in the^O's, and had been a leader of the' Populist party. He died about nine years ago. iMrs, Schenck, who was 90 years of age, lived alone, and was seen working in her backyard the middle Pf the fateful morning. When she disappeared for several minutes a neighbor investigated and •found her lying in the grass, surrounded by flames. He called for help, bent out the fire, and Mrs. Schenck was taken to a hospital by ambulance. Fell Into Flames. She was severely burned about .the face, 'hands and lower body. Neighbors believed she had either • good test* owr priced. lisle,- Whitternore. tripped and fell into the flames or suffered a heart attack. She had been confined recently with a heart ailment. Surviving are a son, Chester Schenck, of Galesville, Wis., and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Topeka, and burial was in the cemetery 'beside the body of her husband. Girl Hurt In Fall ' Fenton: Phyllis Frink, year and a half old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Frink, had the misfortune to fall while playing last week, and received a severe cut on her chin which required [ several stitches to close. FOR SALE: iH<2" 15 ft, v disc. 5 miles south, 1 inlle wei 1% south, Vi mile west oiHdbaj or 7 miles east, */4 mile north West Bend. Wayne Smith. 30wl3* WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS' I 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 ag- 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: No. 0 Little Genius 2-14 tractor plow,'like new. Algona Implement Store. 13 More&m . nnHiS country is short of ii>4. dustrial fats, mighty short. The supply is so low that the J- government must decide how ' much fat can be released to make soap; how much for other peacetime goods. The shortage " would be even worse without the v/onderful help American housewives are giving by turning in used fats. Keep saving to tide us over this emergency. It will help YOU get more soaps and other products you want so much. OW, UNCLE 5AM. IF SAV'lf/6 l/SEP FATS HELPS MAKE ; MOKE SOAPS COUNT M5 IM / ]r~ "~^\ ( BSIWO l/SEP WS TO ) \MEOUST AS SOON A3 2 YOU HAVE A CMFUL. \ LOTS MOKE FAT 5<WS ) OW^MOlV. I f, HOW rue , I/ SALVAGE CAN F/LL5 ^ OP THESE PAYS/ J s». _^-*r t ANP THE BOTCHER, ) 6IVES ME 4* FOR / EVEKV VOWV I BK/N6/N/ '•/ Mere's $o#p KEEP TURNING IN USED FATS TO HELP MAKE MORE SOAP FOR SALE: Control seed oats, good germination. A. J. Martinck, .ph. 29-F4, Algona. 12wl3 FOR SALE: Tama seed oats, combined without Rcllins wet, good germination. Kyle Keith, Burt. 14wl3* FOR SALE: 2 roan horses, 5 and 11 years old. Frank Youngwirlh. LuVerno. 13wl3° FOR SALE; Kitchen cabinet with porcelain top. Guernsey cow, fresh two months. Phone 2563, LuVornc. Donald Youngwirth. lHwl.3* POTATOES: First year from Certified Cobblers, ?3.50 hundred; Red Potatoes, $3; No. 1 eating and seed Cobblers, S3; Mixed. A and B Cobblers for seed, $2. O. H. Stoeber, Fenton. 29wl3 POTATOES 20 tons Large solid cobblers Only $1.59 per 100 East End Grocery 13* FOR SALE: Laundry stove with oven. Call 145, Burt. 9wl3* FOR SALE: Piano. Ice box. Two complete beds. Dresser. Phone 639-J or call at 302 N. Blackiford. 15wl3' :: FOR SALE: McCormick-DeerinjJ 10 ft. disc, horse and tractor disc, 3 years old. Lester Blain. Wesley. 17wl3« FOR SALE: ..House. Philip H. Dor- weilcr, phone 53on2, West Bend. 8w 12-13 •' FOR SALE: 14 head feeding cattle | on feed, weight between 000 and : UOO Ibs. Ivan Long, phone 4-F13. I 18W13" COMPLETE SHOE REPAIR equipment >for sale. Owner passed away. Will sell complete stock and machinery. 'Mrs. Wm. Korrect, Box B3, Bancroft, Iowa. 21wi3-14* FOR SALE: Almost new bedroom and dining room suites. Mrs. rudnik, 22 E. McGregor .St., phone 132. 17wl3« FOR SALE: White and black enamel wood and coal range. Mrs. O. V. Harlan, ph. 10-F14, Algona. 14wl3 FOR SALE: 50 young ewes, some with lambs, others to lamb soon. Loren Brown. 14wl3* SEEDS Earlyana beans from certified seed, 99<;r purity, 93% germination. Earlyana matures 1 week earlier than the Riehland. S^ctl Corn 4316. certified, SO.50 flat grade. 4316 is an early variety, top yieklcr. none better for mechanical picking. M. A. Sorlicn, 2 iniles north of Bode. 5-40wl3''' SERVICE .STATION •plant for lease \vith dealers franchise in Algona, Iowa. Splendid opportunity for energetic man. Contact L. L. Coryell & Son, L'm- FOR SALE: Good as new Sanico range. Barber Shop, Wesley. 10wl2-14 FOR SALE: Seed potatoes: Blue Tag Cobblers, U. S. No. 1, 5 year clean. First year certified Warbas and Chippewas. Also a few Ohios and B size Cobblers. Buy early, don't be disappointed. Still have some good Cobbler table stock. Thoreson Bros., 4 miles west and :5-miles north Swea City. 8tf FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in. 1 ' Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.. phone 275, Algona. 20-3-Btf FOR SALE: F. N. Knudsen's Hybrid corn, state certified No. 4316 and earlier numbers, some !!M4 seed corn—1316, strong gcr j mination. Harold Angus, phone 3-92, Hurt. '••• mile W V, mile N. 2BW13" FOR SALE: Hampshire gilts br«d for April and May farrow. 11 good white face heifers, bred Id registered Hereford bull. Team of bay mares, 5 and 7 years old, w'eli broke. One Victor endgate seeder, complete with grass attachment Model E' John Deere manure spreader, in A*l shape. Joseph Ai Skow, Wesley. 51wl2-13* FOR SALE: 7 room modern house; $1000 oil heating plant, electric water heater, water softener, all hardwood floors, hotise as good as when built. Near Catholic church, Price-?8,000. C. W, Nlcoulin, Algona, Iowa. 32wl2-l3 1 ' FOR SALE: Two unimproved farms. 80 ares near Algona, on paving, $150 per acre. 160 acres near Corwilh, lays fine and .tiled, open ditch for outlet, $135 per acre. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 33W12-13" FOR SALE: John Deere field cultivator, 12 ft. L. A. Weber, Algona. llwlS* FOR SALE: 'Hog house, 18x7, 'board filoor, on skids, 3 years old. Fred Davis, Burt, phone 491. 17wl3* FOR SALE: 2-14 Oliver tractor plow. Harold Frambach, 7 miles west 1 V 2 north of Chrome. 15wl3* FOR SALE: 100 A. improved,-' Seneca Twip., priced to sell at $120 per A. Possession 3-1-1947. Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 21wl3* FOR SALE: A pair of Firestone • tires, size 9x36, in good condition. Also tutoes and rims. Four miles NW of Fenton. W. H. Elmers, Ringsled. 24wl3-14 Wanted SELL YOUR CAR, truck or pickup to W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa, for the highest dollar $$$. Write, phone or come in. 21-13-14 WANTED: Good 30 or 31 Model A. Phone 20-F11, Algona. 10wl3* WANTED: Married man to work on farm. J. H. Jensen, Fenton, Iowa. Otf WAjNTED: The Algona Upper Des- Moines will pay lOc each for the first ten copies of the Algona Upper Des Moines of March 5 date, brought to this office in good condition. 13" 1 •bulk FOR SALE: Fow bu. hybrid seed corn, U39 and early 95 clay 416, coin, Nebr. 24wl3-17 FOR SALiE: Wash house, 10x12, nearly new. E. A. Sleper, phone 31, Burt. 12wl3* MAN OR WOMAN Wanted to .handle distribution of famous Walkins Products in city of Algona. Serving hundreds erf satisfied customers. Excellent op? portunity 'for right party. Car, ex- ' perience, investment unnecessary". Free personal training. Write Box fi9, % Upper Das Moines. 38wl3. small .faiflliy Separate KdUsb, .iclSiitiplei'ty,. ,he. milking, good images. O.^S. NeisoH/ Ledyard.• "• ^ : • '." 20wl3* ACT NOW: fo most profitable -small One man can Operate. Wfite SVV. Jamison, 233 East IJoUglaS'StfCftt, Bloomingtoh, Illittbis. S3wli*13 MAN WAlWEfi: in AU , gona, to line up heating and repair jobs fof World's Largest In* stallers of Warm Air Hfeatingrvfob offers good pay—4?ull or part time employment. Older men preferred. Should have car. Rapid advance* ment for right man. Jpohald .V/. Pech, Sr., Holland Furnace Go., Fort Dodge, Iowa. 12-14 WANTED: E X P E R I E N C ED STENOORA^HER. ALSO HOUSEHOLD HELP. PETERSEN SHEEP COMPANY, SPONGER, IOWA. 11M2-14 WANTED: Man or boy, 16-70, to work on ( farm. James .Vipond. Algona phone 7-F31. 18wl2-13* WANTED: Girl or middle-aged iwoman to do general housew'ork for family of .four in modern homo near Algona. Good .wages. 'Call 1-^M, Algona. 24wl3" WANTED: Sheep shearing. • Call 3128 Wesley. Erwin Hildman.''.. \ '•'••• 8W12-14* SODA FOUNTArN,,hblp .wanted,; boy or igirl, Apply Ohcnsprge Drug, Algona. • " .. .Ilwl3 WANTED: WavtfcSs and kitchdii help. No Sunday work. pay, Grolte Cafe, ' WANTED: Best car $200 td $300- will'ibuy. Call or'write Upper DCS Moines office. 15\vl2-13* .For Rent TWO GARDENS for rent. Price reasonable. Mrs. Dora Armstrong, Burt. Lost LOST: Eversharp pen, dark red •body with 'gold trim.' Reward. Herb Hcdlund, phone 95. 14wl3 PACKAGE containing pair shoes, pair rayon hose lost recently. Mrs. Art Long, Bancroft. ISwlS" LOST: Thursday in Algona — small patent leather coin purse. Leave at Upper DCS Moines or 518 E. Call. Reward. 19wl3* Miscellaneous THREE-DAY SERVICE. Logan Radio Service, phone 921, -Algona. - ;• '.13tf rwe wish • to 'tfi helped to in. t^cent WereaycrtieAti -,*S#' Ml. acts of' kihcfeesSf -' spiritual' .bouquets, 'a'hd beautiful flowers V \W are most grateful, iMrs;;Heiir£ EiScheia aiid children; . . ' ' :';32\vl2* JEXDlt SALE: Stelriman 200 acre ..Union ; ttfWnahif>;' $160,00 p£F acre. 6; d. • McMahoh, 'Aigona, . ' , ,.i4W12*-l3 N6MCE ; t have confidential information for/a qualified man past 30 years of age, who owns a car, knows the; farmer's temperament, and warits to get^ahead. Please do not reply unless you? business.: record can withstand rigid investigation; Write Mr. A. J. Bolt, R No. 1, Orland Park, Illinois without delay. 49wl2-13 GASH PAID FOR CATS-POPS Cats, full grown, $2.00. Pups, four to eight months, still showing some baby teeth, $4.00. Deliver at our p'lant west of .Fort Dodge 8 a. in. to 5' p, rri. Monday thru Friday. . FORT DOP.GE SERUIH CO. • .' ',,- ' •''.".•• '!'•'''.• '• , . '•.. 32w8tf :SEE ME FOR -Heal, Bargains. in ; farms, .Ip&ns, drainage surveying and-.estimate's' on,' tile.' Phil .). KoHlhaas, >ph"ohe ! 22, Algona- Hf Exchange. Dci>t. Basement ; ;• Gdpd Used.'Furrtlttire' •Dining, r^hl—Living-room suites •"'• Breakfast sets,".Buffets, Radios •.'•••' ; j ::and Washers. BJU§TROW['S A FURNITURE NEW , •PL^GTROL.UX . Cleaners will he available sbonl For information see Don H. Hutchins, County. Electrqlux representative, 010 S.' 'Jones, Algona, phone 032-J. ' ,.. . •; ' . 40l'f TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST .'LOANS,. FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to purchase, remodel, refinance bomes. Algona Federal Savings & Loan. Algona, Iowa. 3011 THE KOSSUTH Couiily Hatchery .is open again for the. 1946 season. .We are now ready to take Borders for all high qual/ty day old 'and started chicks. Place your orders now. Phone BOO or come in. 209 E. State Street, Algona. 4tf FLOOR SANDING and ReCinish- ing." Heavy commercial equipment. -Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. ; . 17-3-8tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the new releases. Needles, al- ^t^: ; aMd'^iiig^.^gcrS:in; COLUMBIA PICTUIUS prcssnls i SIARRETT N as The Diango Kid ^tf .'.*ih TEX'HAflDIMG ; : , *? Dub Taylor-Hawife Parks-Carolina Gotm I ' ,nd Spade Cooicy, Tlie King of Western Swing « " 1 Orlglnol «ert«nploy by Ed. Eori Rtpp • Produwd by COLBERT CIAP.K • 0!r»cl«d by RAY NAZA«*O Co-Hit,,Ricliard Dix in "VOICE OF THE WHISTLER" Added Serial, "Royal Mounted Rides Again" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 7-8-9-10 •'•... '.Co-Hit;.- ; '. Sidney Tolcr 'SCARLET CLUE" ir Bes Moines Want Ads; Bnng Results. f WANTED: Single man for farm work. Raymond Laabs, ; , Lone Rock, phone 3805. UwI3* e AFTER A LONG WAIT, WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A FULL, COMPLETE LINE OF Sturdy, Long-wearing Shoes . . . Soft, Pliable Leathers ... A Wide Selection of Styles, and Priced All Sizes, 6 to 12 Youth's and Boys' Tennis Shoes, sizes 8£ to 1, and 2 to 6 Clothiers Leuthold - Williams Company Brings THese Lovely New Creations Right t:o Your Door Step V ; * You don't have to drive to Mason City or Fort Dodge for your new Spring outfit; in fact, many women who have gone to neighboring cities tell us that selections are larger, prices more reasonable and service much better right at this store. Why not come in and buy your new coat or suit at a store where friendly helpful salesladies will give you real assistance? The New Suits Are Breath Takingly Smart . « * Linings arc the real "bottIc-n,eQks"- in this season's ready to wear picture. We have been fortunate, thru last faH!s committments, to show a grand line of fashionable Spring suits. These attractive garments are finally tailored from all wool materials and are generally "ceiled" at about $24.00. Cut we have better Swansdown suits (exclusive with us) for $49.00 and a s g«p4 stock pf n^an tailor^ ed suits (in mannish fabrics) for $55,00,i \See, our Spring line this week and be sure, 1 * I *" j * ' i D r TT P n uriiT 1 !! HP I I r W H r A I In Dt I I Llv ILML

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