The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 7, 1946
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Ready -To - Wear Store Closing Hours Algona Ready-to-Wear Stores will close at 5:30 o'clock on week days, and will close Saturday evenings at 9 P. M. The Chrischilles Store Kresensky ? s Christensen's Ben Franklin Store Esther L. Langmack & Elmer M. Langmack, Owners MOTHER'S DAY CARDS 5c I Oc 25c MOTHER'S DAY CHOCOLATES Gift wrapped box 89c SI.25 MOTHER'S DAY STATIONERY 29c 58c 98c HANKERCHIEFS Ladies Mother's Day Box 89c 98c MOTTOES Mother's Day 49c 69c Gold and Pearl MOTHER BROOCH In box 49c pl us tax HAIR BRUSHES Nylon bristles with Lucite back. S3.98 S4.50 CARNATION PLANTS Red, white or pink. Will grow to 15 or 20 blossoms. f 5c each Chrysanthemum PLANTS Assorted colors. I5c each BEGONIA PLANTS Blooming For Mother's Day 59q PERFUME Blue Waltz. In gift box for Mother's Day 98c tax SOFA PILLOWS Beautiful new assortment. SI.49 SI.69 S2.I7 S2.59 .ALGONA UPPEIt DES M01NE9,ALOONA IOWA j 1 vi: >- \.^'.'~1'1 ^m^^4i^ Classified Ads CLASSlttED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when ents' commission allowed, if advertising agents charge their clients 4c and s*nil cash with order they receive ic charged, 4c per word. No ag* commission, Blind ads 2So, Miscellaneous YOtffe used oat ta W. fi. Ley, Lak6ta ( tewa. Wd Ate still paying 'HIGHEST JPRtCfiS. Write, c&ffte ih. 17*18 TO TAA6E: 6 good 826-20 truck tires for 6 good 960-20 10" plys. Might consfddr 700*20. W. <R, Wolfe, Fenton, l6wa. 20W18* For Sale FOR SALE: 1939 Ufc T. Ford truck, 7 good 700x20 tires, stock and grain rack, tractor mounted post hole digger, lit any row crop tractor. Carol Hutchins, Algona. 27wl8' : FOR SALE: Electric washing machine, 4 yehrs old. Phone 40-J3, Algona. , HwlB FOR SALE: Wire and wood-spok- ed wheels, 7 to 12 inches in diameter. Texaco Service Station, Wesley, phone 2291. 19wl8- FOR SALE: Two blue Hart Schaffner & Marx men's s,uits: double breasted, size 40, never been worn, and single breasted, size 42, in excellent condition. Phone 2291, Wesley. , 25wl8« FOR SALE: Hampshire boars, all ages. Also a few good gilts to farrow soon. Hereford bulls 8 to 12 months old. One'good 4-wheel trailer with fi-10 tires. John Deere 1 \ l i gas engine, complete with pump jack. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 41wl8-19* FOR SALE: 1938 Buick 4-door sedan, good shape, ceiling price. Kirk Auto Co.r'Algona. 14wlR FOR SALE: Seven-room house, all modern, .aooci location.Also good vacant lot, paying on two sides, water connection. Also farms for rale. Call before 9 a. m. or after 5 n. m. O. E. Hott, Algona, phone 3R9-W. 40wl8* FOR SALE: EIcc. table mo<jel radio. Geo. Lee, phone 10F33. Alsona. llwlS* FOR SALE: Big ears of deep, medium dent kernels—that's Funk's "G"—95% germination — consist^ ently good, year after year. Phone Cecil Bjustrom, Whittemore, or Quentin Bjuslrom, Algona. 26W.17-20* FOR .SALE: Hy-brid seed corn, Iowa 4316, North Iowa's highest yielding Hy-brid, flat $0.50 per bushel, germination 94%; selling thousands of bushels seed over North Iowa since 1937. Lawrence O. Miller, LuVcrnc. SlwlG-lS* ClttCKS! If ybviywant any chicks the last of May OF in June place your order at on6a or they will not be any available. Leghorn, per 100, $10.00. NEALY HATCHERY, BURT Phono 58 or 77 18 WATOH ftBPAmiNG! Prompt and efficient service. •. Sharp's Jewelry, Algona. , 18 Four Corn*?* Club / Phrnt Party May Ninth Far Mother* HIGHEST PRICES paid -for late model used cars. Free information on OPA ceiling. Hoenk Motors. 18 FOR SALE: Coed potatoes: Blue Tag Cobblers, U. S. No. 1, 5 year clean. First year certified Warbas and Chippewa's. 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 3 miles north Swea City. 8tf Wanted WANTED: Spring fries. CaTe. Phone 538. Gr.eroge's 18-19 WANTED: Housekeeper-cook for 6 teachers beginning Sept., 1946: Modern home. Attractive salary. Board and room. Sundays off. Apply by mail or in person to Thomas H. Curtis, %Cecil Baldwin, Fenton, Iowa. . SlwlO WANTED: Waitresses, cook, clerks. Lusby £ Giossi/' 18 FOR SALE: Show cases and wall cases. Lusby & Giossi. 9wlO FOR SALE: Brand new two-way intercommunication system, telephone type. Operates from dry i cells. Three phones. Ideal for j house to barn, front to 'back shop, etc. Examine it >at The Algona Upper Des Moines. 18-19 (! SEEDS EARLYANA BEANS from certified seed, 99% purity, 93% germ- inat'on. Earilyana matures 1 wee* curlier than the Richland. SEED CORN Iowa 4316, certified, $6.20 flat grade. 4316 is an early variety, top yielder, none better for mechanical picking. M. A. Sorlien, 2 miles north of Bode: 5-40wl8-19* MAN WANTED: Earn $5 Jo $7 each Sunday morning. Need car and good references, call or write W. J. Payne, phone 353 for next opening. .24wlO? CASH PAID CATS—PUPS Cats, full grown, $2.00. Pups, four to eight months, stillshowing some baby teeth, $4.00. Deliver at our plant West of Fort Dodge 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Friday. FORT 1 DODGE SERUM CO. 32w8tf INLAID LINOLEUM, Llnowall ;tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf NEW ELECTROL.UX Cleaners .will -be, available soon! For in- formatioji see, Don H. Hutchins, County;.; v^Mectrplux representative,' '6J9HS.. JpneSi Algona, phone ' ' 832-J,;' 46li THE, KOSSUTH County Hatchery iSvbpen' again for 'the' 1946 season. ; '' We are now ready to take orders t for all high oqality day old and s,tj|rted chicks. Place.your 6r- ders>now- Phone 800 or come in. 209'E;'<State Street. Algona. 4tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the r new releases. Needles, albums. k««suth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 47tf WANTED: Registered nurses and nurses aid; pleasant surroundings, meals and good pay. Kossuth Hospital. 14wl8 WANTED: Unmarried man who knows bookkeeping, and physically able ito shovel coal, load and pile lumber. This position is outside of Algona. Raesly Lumber Co. 26 w 18-19 WANTED: Secretarial position. Knowledge of shorthand, typing, bookkeeping. Inquire Upper Des Moines office. 12wl8* FOR SALE: Eight-piece walnut dininc room set. AB pack Music- airc radio. E. R. Browning, Fenton, phone Lone Rock 3008. *•' 18wl6 FOR SALE: Power lawn mower in pood shape. James Brophy •!'/•! miles north Algona on 169. 16wl8' FOR SALE: Saddle mare, colt by her side. Alfred Jergenson, Algona. llwlB* FOR SALE: Unimproved 1G(1 acres. 6 miles west, 6 north of Swoa City. Priced to earn excel- ent income. Walter E. Roberts. Atlantic. Iowa. 22wl!) FOR SALE: Good 8x8 ft. brooder house. Wm. Arndorfer, St. Benedict. 9wl8 ;:: FOR SALE: McCormick-Deerinj; 6 ft. mower on rubber. Kressin Bros., 3Vj mi. south, 1 mi. west of Lone Rock. 17wl8-19* HELP WANTFiD: High school girls wanted for extra waitress work during summer. Apply manager, Algona Hotel. 16wl8 WANTED: Stenographer. Write Box 69, Algona,' giving qualif}% cations. Sw'lfj WANTED: Married man to work on farm. J. H. Jensen, Fenton. Iowa. 8tf. For Rent FOR RENT: 80 acres pasture., Shade and water. Ray McWhorter, Burt. \ lj Strayed STRAYED: Red polled heifer, 600 Ibs., strayed from my farm last week. Notify Howard Lunbery, i. miles NE Algona and receive reward. 22wl8* TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to purchase, remodel, refinance homes. Al- Algona, Iowa. 30tf 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 , "Mia Four, Corners Mothers & Daughter olub Will meet May 9 with Lltei% ftifttf, Ann fuller assisting. There is a Mother's day program being prepared, The comfnittee Is Berneice Shaw, Maude Robinson and Eula Rich. " Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lo'wman of Fenton *alied on Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander, Friday, Mr, and Mrs. Ferrt. Hilling of Brltt called on the letter's mother Mrs. Ida Nickerson, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W.Ray Smith and son Walter Visited at the F. A. Ringsdorf home at Burt, Sunday. .Mrs.. Ada Bean of Clear Lake arrived at the George Lee home Tuesday night for a few days visit, '....• Mr, and Mrs. Leo Ramus and Children visited at the Don Ra- .mus home in IrVington Sunday afternoon. ••. Mrs. Joe Pierce and two children, who have been visiting her parents, the W. Ray Smiths, has now returned to her home at Norfolk, Va. She Went by plane from Chicago. v Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw called at the Ben Schrauth home last Sunday to see Mrs. Schrauth's mother, Mrs. Anna Lily, who fell and broke her hip this spring. Mr.: and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and children visited the former's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller Sunday, April 28. The' occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Seller's 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson, Mildred Robinson, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Miller and son Marvin went to Spirit Lake Sunday to visit the Earl Robinsons' . Earl and C. N. are brothers and Earl is in poor health. Mrs. Chris Jensen and Mrs. Jorome Eisenbarth and son Marvin attended a shower at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel's . Thursday of last week, in honor of Mrs. Paul Egel, who is an English w bride. ~'Y, •>'••$'"',' *;*', 4 $ >. * "** . i* * Greatest Bargains in Years ANNEX Things «i-c really BOOMING nt the little ANNEX, We fire cutting ptitcs on all coats and suits and we. have some of the most beautiful garments there you have ever seen, We are taking QUALITY GAR', MENTS from the Main store over to Lcotia with instructions to SELL REGARDLESS OF PRICE. YOU'LL find just what you want at, the price you want to pay at the ANNEX. Some of the best looking SUITS AND COA*tS YOU EVER SAW at only $1&40 and $18.^0. Fine unlined ALL WOOD SHORTIES at only $14.00 in plain colors and plaids, EXTRA SPECIAL; we arc offering a fine poplin RAINCOAT in tan only, sizes 12 to 20 in smart, mili- jtary lines, fujl belted, full cut, well made, would be worth $10.00 on today's market—we own.them right and they will all be sold at only $6.95 There arc other good buys at the ANNEX and you should visit this little bargain center THIS WEEK and get YOUR SHARE of the many specials that arc offered here. Remember, we are making an effort to fIncrease the sales at the ANNEX by offering BETTER MERCHANDISE AT LESS MONEY. THREE-DAY SERVICE. Logan Radio Service, phone 921, Algona. ]3tf FLOOR 'SANDING and Refinishing.. Heavy commercial equipment. ''• Portable fiowan BJ,dg. 275, Algona. power .Gp., plant 17-3-8tf Titonka Senior Play Titonka: The Senior Class of Titonka high school will present their play, "Old Doc." toy Jean Lee Latham at the Tyke Theatre May 9. The cast includes the following: Irvin Rippentrop, Ross Struthcrs, Marietta Norland,. Arthur Buffington, Janice Bonacker, Joice Bonackcr, Wally Johnston, Helen Bcenken, ; Eugene Beenken, Sharon Adam'son,: Marcella Bartlett, Lenicc Brandt, and Doris Hagen. Lyle Weisbrod, 28 Months Service, Out Fenton: J_,yle Weisbrod arrived Wednesday morning after having received his discharge in Minneapolis, Minn. Lyla. spent 28 months in the service, 22 of which were spent overseas. He has been on a minesweeper, serving in different areas around Padau, Philippines, and Guam as far up as -Nagoya, Japan. .. At present he is at the home Of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod have another son, Dale, who is in .the army, and is stationed at Frankfurt, Germany. FOR SALE: Eighty acres, no buildings, tiled, all under cultivation. Close to Lakota, Iowa. $8000. See D. D. Monlux. ISwlO* FOR SALE:-. Monarcii malleable range wtih cream-colored front; coal and wood heating stove; kitchen sink; 2 saddle 'horses, one spot- tad the other iron gray. Hiram Ackerman, Burt. 28\vl8-19* FOR SALE: Springfield Stevens .22 automatic rifle. Fred Timm, Algona. 18 FOR SALE: Duroc fall boars. W. J. Barr, Algona. 8wl8" FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8ti Heating & Plumbing ' ' Petro Oil Burners Kewanee Steam and Hot Water Boilers American Radiator Cast Iron Boilers Winkler Stokers Modern Air Furnaces, Gravity and Forced Air Kohler and Standard Plumbing Fixtures Hot Water Heaters P. R. Irons Office Phone 523-W Heating and Plumbing i ' Res. Phone 523-R 812 E, McGregor 3t. Call and See Us at Our New Building +Af*»™*/ll/^w*Jlt*^^ \ SERVICE On Frigidaire Refrigerators And Maytag Washers And All Other Makes Wringer rolls for all makes • of washing: machines. Crilly Appliances HOLLYWOOD FASHION * p. {•vAAt* f^* > ' I w« •:'(&" i £tiT-* '^'™ L *™ V • * v ~" K \ v Perhaps we 'should say "Pardon MY Back" for showing this brisk short at we have. But its back view is SO intriguing. 3 pleat j ' < in. the back—3 in front. Self colors and also with contrast^. Ing stitching and buttons. Made of Sanforized and mercerized combed cotton gabardine. Sizes 10 to 18. Ctrpcyies Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. AS ADVERTISED IN JUNIOR and shown, by Chrischilles Store Your Favorite Shopping HOME ORIGINAL •$ ' NEW COATS AND SVITS fop ei-'Easter selling are coming in daily and if you are interested in QUALITY garments, see these new arrivalst, There is every prospect pf a scarcity of good chgwiise'.lbig Fall and a suit or coat will be a gopd now, ; DRESSES are still very hard to gqt and our stocks are continually at tow ebb, But we are'/wppf" 1 — cujitpmers every day with ,, good lines and we hope sepn to ] able to offer mere selection.

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