PAGE SIX. ttPPllt DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. "^"^"^^^^^^^ Should Woman Take Vacation Alone ? Club Debates Answer Portland: The Portland Progress club is to meet Thursday, April 18 with Mrs. Mike Arend. A feature number will be a debate, "Resolved that a woman should go on va- tfatlon alone". All will toke part, With captains Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. Russ Shipler choosing their debaters. There will be two judges. Those from here who attended the county federated meeting at Titonka Tuesday included Mesdames Fern Drone, Clifford Young, Earl Miller, Ray McWhorter and Martin Becker. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Moore arrived Wednesday evening from Bremerton, Wash. They plan to spend several weeks here, then will go to Lincoln Park, Mich., to make theri home. Mrs. Moore is the former Lavonne Ringsdorf, R. N. Student nurse Margaret Rongs- dorf, Mercy hospital Des Moines, came home Friday evening for a week end visit. PECH, SEELEY AND SEILER, LIGHTER WIN PIN TOURNEY Bill Pech, with a 652 total for three games, won the singles championship of the Kossuth Bowling tournament, concluded last week on the Barry alleys. Vincc Seller and Paul Seeley, rolling in the doubles, totaled 1257 to take first place in that competition. Other singles winners in order: Bill Bait. Burt, G45. Frank Mittlicder, Algona, 641. Paul Erdman, Wesley, 640. Leo Swanson, Whittemore, 632. Gaile Towne, Algona, 630. Tom McMahon, Wesley, G25. Angus Cotton, Lone Rock, 624. Matt Amfahr, Algona, 621. Julie Baas Sr., Algona, 612. Harold Anderson, Burt. 600. Henry Furst, Algona, 604. Everett Bryant, Algona, 604. Charles Mullins, Wesley. 603. Fred Davis, Burt, 600. Herb Adams, Algona, 600. Henry Geilanfeld, Algona, 589. Chuck Davis, Algona, 589. In the doubles tournament, other winners follow, in order: Bill Batt and Dr. Lichter, Burt, 1213. Chan Dailey and Henry Furst, Alcona, 1206. Tom McMahon and Frank Blcich. Wesley, 1201. Bernard Briggs and Dale Brisgs, Algona, 1188. Chan Dailey and Gailc Towne, Algona, 1184. Louis Gilbride and Marvin Calhoun, Algona, 1170. L. T. Root and Tom Forburg- cr. Wesley, 1168. R. Dirksen of Kanawha won the low gnme mystery prize, with an 89 game. Dr. M. I. Lichter of Burt had the high ujaine, rolling a 267, and Dr. Pfeffcr of Wesley had the most splits in a single game. Other awards were won by Dale Briggs, L. W. Rouze. R. krom- inga, Murl Potter and Harold Lampright. WOMEN BOWLERS ALSO COMPLETE TOURNAMENT Shirley Carpenter with 520 won the city singles title, and the doubles championship went to Marjoric Peterson and Josephine Pelisck with 975. Other top singles totals were Doris Colberg, 503: Anne Kelley, 485; and Jean Fitch, 481. Doubles awards also went to Anne Kelley and Kay Ktlley, and Doris Colbcrg and Bea Rouze. Mary Frances Carney with a 1513 total won the "all events" contest. Plan Good Friday Services, Swea City Swea Cily: There will be union Good Friday services at the Immanuel Lutheran church at 1:30 p. m. April 19. Pastors Anderson, Hammer, and Youngquist will each speak, and a musical number will be lurnished by each of the churches. The offering will be given to the American Bible society. during milking PAYS 'ere DIVIDENPS You can stimulate "milk let-down" by washing the udder with warm water and drawing a few squirts of milk. But you must milk comfortably to maintain "let-down" throughout the milking period. The Milk-Master with Exclusive AutpmalicSuction Control adjusting auction precisely to the needs of each teat insures complete cow comfort and thorough "let-down". Let us tell you more about better milking with the PiRFECTION MIlK-MASTiR ASK US FOR FftfE BOOKLET ON FASTER MILKING CRIU.Y APPLIANCES (Formerly Algona Maytag Store) Seed Widow's Oats j Swea City: Neighbors and friends of Mrs. Will Peters put in her oats crop Wednesday. Twenty tractors were counted in the field at one time. Mr. Peters died suddenly, April 1. Homestead In Seneca Is Sold Swea City: Ralph Campbell, Seneca township, sold his farm early last week to a Mr. Johnson from Humbo'ldt, who takes possession May 1. This farm is one of the oldest farmsteads in Seneca township, and was originally owned by the R. I. Braytons, who came to that community in the fall of 1865 as homesteaders. FOil SALE: Boys suit, siz6 38 cellfint condition suitable banquet or graduation. Phone 539-J, or-308 E, College. 19W15* FOR SALE: 320 A. imp., $146. 160 A. imp. $107.50. 80 A. Imp. $176. 80s A. unimp. $150., Edw. Capesius, Algona, Iowa. 20W15* Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 13 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 le commission. Blind ads 2Sc. For Sale FOR SALE: 14' M-D tractor disc; 10-20 M-D tractor; 999 John Deere corn planter with tractor hitch; 2-row Allis Chalmers tractor planter; Hayes corn planter, very good shape; single row cultivator: 5-ft. roll-over dirt scraper. LINDE IMPLEMENT CO., phone 64, Swea City, Iowa. 4Gwl5 FOR SALE: DeLaval 2-unit magnetic milker. George Volentine, phone 40on97, Burt. 12wl5* FOR SALE: Blue davenport and chair, like new. Phone 268-LW, 309 E. North St., Algona. Hwlfi FOR SALE: Potato planter, single row aspinwall, tractor or horse. Works like new. $3. O. H. Stocber, Fenton. 17wl5' :i FOR SALE: Five Holstein cows and heifers, freshen in the fall. Bansjs vaccinated, T. B. tested. Tractor plow, 2-14". M. W. Wollz, Burl. 21wl5* FOR SALE: Chicken feeders, 2 ft. to 8 ft., electric and oil burning brooders, on hand. Raesly Lumber 22wl5 FOR SALE: One 12x18 brooder house with stove. H. J. Vipond. '•> mile west of Walburg station, Algona. 17wl5* FOR SALE: Purebred Hereford bull and 13 feeder calves suitable for grass or feeding. Ben Bahling, 1 \-i miles west of Burt. 21wl5* FOR SALE: Two-way telephone system, with three phones. Provides clear, distinct conversation up to 2,000 feet. Press button top of phone and bell rings at the other end. Can easily be taken down moved where needed. Requires two No. 6, 4'/i volt "C" batteries at each station. Heavy sleel phones, and includes 100 feet of rubberized wire. Ideal for farm use, or front to back shop. Brand new, $24.00 for three phones, ready to hook up. Algona Upper Des Moines. 15tf FOR SALE: Altman-Taylor separator, size 3250. Hart-Parr tractor, 28x56, first class shape, belts in first class shape. Michael Loss, Algona. 22wl5* FOR SALE: Improved MO A. farm, 188 A. tillable at .$115 per A., located Sect. 22, Grant twp., Kossuth county, contract holder Fay Harmon. LuVernc. 24wl5* POTATOES: First year from cer-. ,, , „„ , ., tified Cobblers, $3.50 per him- I Co " ' Jho " e 234 ' A1 g°" a dred; Red Pont.iac, $3; No. 1 eating ' and seed Cobblers, $3; mixed 1 A and B Cobblers for seed, $2. O. H. Stoeber, Fenton. 29wl5* FOR SALE: Good planter team of bay geldings; Three miles south, mile west, mile south fairgrounds. W. W. Lee. 18wl5* FOR SALE: Piano and ice box, used 1 year. Can be seen by contacting John Bierl at St. Benedict. August Huschka. 19wl5* FOR SALE: Registered milking Shorthorn cows bred and open heifers, serviceable bulls, 3 purebred Poland China gilts, April 30 litter. Aaron W. Steussy, LuVerne. 24wl5-16-' FOR SALE: Solid oak display table, ten feet long, 3G inches vide, 30 inches high, good condi- lion must sell quickly. Chrischilles Store. 15 FOR SALE: Used Clean Easy and National milking machines. 2 Maytag and 2 Brisgs & Stratton s?as engines for lawn mowers. Crilly Appliances. (Formerly Algona Maytag.) 15 FOR SALE: 30 bu. Hybrid seed corn, germination 90% and higher. Also flare wagon box. Irvington Coop. Co., Irvington, Iowa. 21wl5-16 FOR SALE: 27 ft. Alma deluxe house trailer, 1942 model, complete wilh elec. refrigerator, elec. brakes, Skelgas stove, tandem wheels, in excellent condition, Venetian .blinds, inlaid linoleum. Harry Cutler, Bancroft. 29wl5* FOR SALE: Immediate delivery on the new 1946 Hallicrafters Skyrider Jr. radio. MOTOR REPAIRING. Vigdnl Radio & Electric, 116Vi W. North St., phone 91. 23wl5-16* FOR SALE: 11 head of white face heifers bred to registered Hereford bull. Also young Hereford bulls 10 months old. Hampshire boars serviceable age. John Deere Model E manure spreader, .John Deere 1 '/> h. p. gas engine with pump jack. Joseph A, Skew, Wesley. 42wl4-l?'» WAMTiJB: 'Married fti&tt-.td.-.W&rk •on fattn. J. H,••JfiMHi,Fitntdft. Iowa. , 8tr F eif ft*ttt FOR HEM 1 ; Acreage In Glmwe City consisting of 16 2*3 acres, immediate possession. E. C. McMahon, Algeria, Iowa. . 16wi5*10 Miscellaneous FOR SALE: One 14'x20' barn in good condition, well painted,.on cement foundation. Ph. 3361, Whittemore Farmers Coop. Creamery FOR SALE: Certified 4316 seed corn from 1944 crop, germination 98%, flat $7.00 per bushel. Also certified Earlyana •bean seed, $3.35 per bushel and our bags or $3.25 in yours. Donald D. Usher, Ottosen. 33W14-15* SERVICE STATION and bulk plant for lease with dealers franchise in Algona, Iowa. Splendid opportunity for energetic man. Contact L. L. Coryell & Son, Lincoln, Ne.br. 24wl3-17 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 toe disappointed. Still have some good Cobbler table stock. Thoreson Bros., 4 miles west and 3 miles north Swea City. 8tf FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." SHIPMENT of steel gates,. poultry fence, barb wire, just received. Raesly Lumber Co,, phone 234, Al• luwlS KadiO ®HVtee, tJMe-821s Al* gohfl.^ _,..;2 ; ...,,^.jj, m :,;;' .,,/•'.. .^.C..:! 1 ^ FLOOft JASilNCt arid aelbtiiah* ing. hieht. Cowan Heavy ^Wnmerclai eHtilp* PbrtablS power plant* Bldgi Supply Co., phofta HIGHEST M1CES,paid.for late model used cars. Free information on OPA ceiling. Hoenk Motors, West of Court House. 15 NEW ELECTROlAJX Cleaners will be available soon! For Information see Don H. Hutchlns, County Electrolux representative, 619 S. Jones, Algona, phone 832-J. 46« PHONOGRAPH RECORDS.— All the new releases. Needles, al- .bums. Ktssuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 47tf TOWN PROPERTY'LOW INTEREST LOANS. 'FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to purchase, remodel, refinance homes. Al- goria Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. SOU THE KOSSUTH County Hatchery is open again for the 1946 season. We are how 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. 4tf INLAID LINOLEUM, Linowall tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-Blf vice. Cowan Bldg. phone 275, Algona. Supply Co.. 20-3-8tf Wanted WANTED: Veteran for training in general retail store management by firm approved by Veterans Administration. Prefer married man. Reply to 'Box 106, Algona, giving full information and references. This is a real opportunity for someone who desires to learn a good business. 42wl5 WANTED: -HOUSE OR APARTMENT. Two adults. F. A. Creed, phone 908-W, Algona. llwlS ATTENTION MEN OR WOMEN Have you three hours spare time daily 9 a. m. to 12 noon or 1 to 4 p. m.V Could you use an extra $5.00 per day for three hours work? Full time also available, age no handicap. Apply Mr. Griffin after 7 p. m., Algona Hotel. 44wJ5 HUSTLING YOUNG " MAN - with, fairly good 'educational baclf- ground wanted to represent a college in the territory adjacent to Algona. Salary, commission, and drawing account. Work to 'begin at once. Address "X", in care of this paper.. 36wl4-16 CASH i'AlU FOR CATS—PUPS Cats, full grown, $2.00. Pups, four to eight months, still showing some plant west \>t Fort Dodge 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Friday. FORT DODGE SERUM CO. 32w8tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on . tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22,. Algona. tf Exchange Dcpt Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers, BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE FARMLANDS Three Complete Units In southern Minn. 120 A., 150 A. and 192 A. All with good buildings newly repaired and painted. All on gravel road. Extra, gpqd terms U needed. Will arrange to showjthcse farms any time. Write or see ROY L. DUNN Ccrro Gordo Hotel Mason City, Iowa 15-18 Please accent oUf sincere thanks and deep appreciation >for the Ibve- ly cards, flowers and other gifts and your'many kind acts which helped so much in making our 60th anniversary a real success and a very happy day for us. Mr, and Mrs. J. H.. Warburton, Lakota, Iowa. '••'.:• 60wi6* CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and appreciation for the kindnesses and expressions of sympathy extended us at the time > of our mother's.death. The Wagner.fam- ily. 27W15* LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY, MEALS TURNED TO GAS One lady saicl rdceritly that her stomach used to 'be like a "gas factory!" That is, when she ate a meal it seemed to turn right Into gas. She was always bloated, 'iad awful stomach gas pains, d".ily headaches and constant ir- rcaular bowpl action. Now, however, this lady says she is FREE of STOMACH GAS and she says the change is duo to taking SYS- TONE. Her meals agree with her. No gas or bloat after eating. Headaches and constipation are gone. "Oh! what relief!" states this lady. "Why .don't other gas ind constipation".. sufferers get Sys-Tonfi?" SYS-TONE cohtqins 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear 3,xs from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable peo- ole soon feel different all over. Sn don't so on suffering! Get SYS-TONE. Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. Here Is the Music (Write Ifou* Ow*i We Mve just concluded an Mnfefeslifig experiment. One of our customers feeding 1500 birds over a 6 weeks period states that last yeaf with a different feed he used well over 4 tons of feed. This year with this same number of birds and in the same length of time he fed exactly 3 tons of Cargill Crumblised jStaftei 1 . ,. A large part of this saving of feed was due to Cargill's exclusive crumblized form of starter and developer which is much less wasteful than mash. Also it Is the result of Cargill's staff of technical experts compounding a perfectly balanced, triple checked feed and backed by their 80 r years experi- encc'in the grain business. Come in with the many others and try any of our ful line of mineralized livestock and poultry feeds and supplements. We now have a free delivery service. Having been a farmer for years, I realize this is a help .to busy farmers in the crop season. Phone your orders in. THE ITEMS IN DEMAND NOW Sow and Pig Meal Hog Supplement Honey Dew Dairy Supplement . Calf Meal and Pellets Pig Builder All Purpose Mineral •'."". •..';• • , '•/'", 1 D-X PRODUCTS Open Saturday Nights Fitch Feed Store Block South Milwaukee Depot Phone 460 Algona, Iowa f r ajl!!llll!!!!llll!IIM jj}««\/i/»'~M*\/t»«»««"^/l/»»'«»A^*'^'\/i/»"''»»A/h»^^ =5 Are Very Cheerful This is a delightfully refreshing Spring, with its great variety of soft, natural colors and graceful becoming lines. No matter whether you want a well tailored suit or a youthful "$hortie" coat—you'll find just what you're looking for in this grand pre-Eastcr collection. Large shipments of delayed garments have just arrived this week—in the nick of time for the Easter Parade. Under the new price ceilings, you may find these attractive suits and coats at great savings- only $18.40, $24.00 and $25.50. Other'better garments up to $49.00 and $55.00. Such Stylish Spring Suits The Spring suits are especially appealing with their soft, feminine touches and their variety of cheerful colors. Truly Spring Notes are cheerful notes, Of in» terest to the Teen-age set are the new Teen-Towners coats and suits, especially designed to fit and please the High School Agcrs. These also attractively priced at only $18.40, sizes from 7 to 15, i This is one store that has not sacrifced quality-^and our prices are lower than ever in full accordance with OPA regulations. The Chrischilles Store *&*jb»**9ttit*i*^i/lf^*t^^ WHY EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE 1 1CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE | 1. BETTER FOR BATHING | SOETrWATEB for battling means ilptsr :Q£, ? s^itds ::';f//l}^S, :./'.' glprious, lasting suds in sillqr-giriootl^Watey^^sS! ... and-makes you really feel'clieain all-over. A ' "S soft water shampoo brings out all the thrilling .j|| lustre of hair . . . no dull film left, just a delight- S fill, natural gleam. S: = •AVWV^^^W^VANVA'AV^iV^tf'^V'.flWV^VWJWJVSA.'/VU-/^^ S 2. BETTER FOR DISH-WASHING | SOFT WATER for dishes is another thrill. How ".jg the grease whisks; away . . . and the dishes ~ sparkle and gleam. And all these suds from just =» a pinch of soap. Dishes, glasses and silver sparkle Hi like new ... without being wiped. The gentle 55 protection of soft water keeps your hands soft |=j and white, too. HI '.•r.-jvwJYSJ'ffffJ'J'JV'* ~ 3. BETTER FOR LAUNDERING SOFT WATER for laundering makes clothes S soft, sweet and clean. It prolongs their life be- |S cause no grey, dingy soap "curd" stays in the s fabric and refuses to be rinsed out. Hosiery and ~j lingerie wash cleaner and last longer with soft 52 water. -£J =£ ,vwvvofl^^^d•Av^w^J^AWVVvrfwvv l AWVMV^A^vwvvw = 4. BETTER FOR PLUMBING SOFT WATER banishes scale and clogged pipes from your plumbing. Scale in pipes and heater coils steals heat and raises water heating bills. Clear, scale-free water pipes and heater-coils save fuel money and plumbing bills, SB ess S NO Equipment to Buy! NO Work lor Yon! NO Contract to Sign! CUILIGAN Ss^i*AS^SS:S^& SOFT WATER U^Iu»tTake»a Telephone us and w'U fee* gli4 'to I?OJM tp „____„„_ PHONE 7&W I your Iwfiwe ajwJ explain |«fl Wai*? .. no obligation of epyr>?e!
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