The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 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 14, 1946
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,'',-'* / V "^ T '^/^H SIX- Brundage To Head Celebration O, D, Brundagc was named, Monday, as general chairman of the 0.1. Ho'mccomliiR and Centennial Days, being planned here for July 10 and 11 by the Aljrona post of the American Legion. Other committee chairmen: Rides and shows—Joe Ilarlff; Program—Don Hutchison; Street game—Jim Murtagh and Bob Harrington; Dug-out- Fred Kent Jr.; Publicity—Russ Waller. The 1 committee chairmen were to select the rest of their committees, Kay Sctchcll, commander, stated in making; the announcement of the chairmen. At the present time, five rides and four shows have been booked as street attractions for the two-day celebration. It Is expected that a speaker will be engaged for each day, that a dance may be arranged, and that other features of the program will be worked out in co-operation with the Chamber of Commerce. «* SIGNUP FOR BLUE CROSS HOSPITAL INSURANCE BEGINS A "signup period" for Blue Cross hospital insurance begins this week in Kossuth county. The project has met with wide approval in many counties, some in this area, where it has been offered. There will be NO CANVASSING for membership. The plan is simple. Any single person or family desiring to join has merely to take out a membership, which costs $1 a month for a single person, or $2 a month per family. These memberships may be obtained at the Iowa State Bank, Algona. Sign Up lo June 15 The drive will last in Kossuth county from now until June 15. Those joining the Blue Cross in that time will be automatically members. The Blue Cross organization will return again, probably sometime next fall, to open another period of several weeks membership enrollment. Both the Kossuth Hospital and General Hospital in Algona are co-operating in the Blue Cross, and members will get Blue Cross insurance for hospital care at either local hospital. In today's issue of this newspaper the Blue Cross onganiza- tion gives in complete outline the details of the hospital insurance program. What The Plan Offers The Blue Cross plan provides service in each member for each family member: 1—Twenty-one days care the first year, 24 the second, 27 the third and 30 days each year thereafter. 2—Care in a two-bed room up to $4.75 per day. 3—Meals and special diets. 4—General nursing care. 5—All operating room service. 6—Anaesthetic fee to $10 each administration. 7—Surgical dressings and casts, drugs and medications. 8—Laboratory service to $15 each admission. 9—X-ray service to $15 each admission. 10—Maternity care. In out patient, cases, minor sur- gery which requires emergency treatment only is covered. Accidents, if treatment is given within ten days, are included. Non-Profit Organization Nearly 100,000 members arc now enrolled in Iowa, a Blue Cross representative said last week in completing arrangements for the plan here. Twenty-six Nonh Iowa counties, including Kossuth, are im- rior the jurisdiction of a Blue Cross office in Sioux City. The organization is non-profit, ;md over 100 hospitals in Iowa urn enrolled, and co-operating. Physicians have termed U an answer of organized medicine to the threat of socialized medicine. Blue Cross was organized in Iowa in 1940. Statistics show, the Blue Cross says, that one of if e\'erv ten persons or one family in every four will have an annual hospital case. For Sale LuVerne J. J. Club Met Friday Afternoon With Mrs. B. Wolf LuVerne: The J. J. club met Friday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Bernard Wolf with 13 members present. Mrs. Allen Darby was taken into the club as a new member. Mrs. Car." Goetsch, president of the club had charge of the business meeting. Committees appointed for the coming year are: Program committee, Mrs. Joe, Elbcrt, Mrs Merlin Cody, Mrs. Arnold Hjelle and Mrs. Hugh Shfrk; flowei committee, Mrs. John Ramus anc Mrs. Bernard Wolf; ways anc means committee, Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mrs. Walter Heft and the reporter, Mrs. William Goetsch. Mrs. Paul Phillips gave an interesting talk on "Important Men of V/orld War II." Mrs. George Tiede had charge of the entertainment for the afternoon. A discussion of next year's programs was held by the group Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be helc May 24 at the home of Mrs. Herman Schulz. This will be the last meeting of the year and a picnic will be held. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS m. ^^^^ You Save on These Items 60c Alkaseltzer ...49c $1.00 Squibb Mineral Oil 89c - 75c Doan's Pills 59e 75c Bayer Aspirin 59c 50c Pablum 39c 25c Pablum l[)c 25c Pabina 19c Complete Line of Baby Needs See us for your Drug Needs. We carry a complete line of Prescription Pharmaceuticals APEX INSECTICIDE For Household Pests. Contains 5% D. D. T. • LEESBLITZSPRAY For External Parasites on Poultry. • WEED-NO-MORE Magic Weed Killer. $1 size makes 8 gal. spray.' * | *P I ______ \^ta&^^& THUENTEJ* PHARMACY (Formerly Borchardt's) Prescriptions a Specialty Phone 252 101*11111 FOR SALE: Richland soy beans germination 9d%.'Edw. Mawdsley, phone 14-F4, Algona. 12wl9* USED, GOLF CLUfiS wanted. Contact Craig Smith, Cowan Bldg. Supply, phone 275. !2wlD FOR SALE: - IHC 10-20 tractor, 2-14 Emerson plow. Van A. Hansen, 1 mi. west, Mi mi. north LuVerne. 17wl920* FOR SALE: Hampshire boars, all •ages. Also a few good gilts lo farrow soon. Hereford bulls 8 to 12 months old. One good 4-wheel trailer with 6-16 tires, John Deere gas engine, complete with pump jack. Joseph Skow, We'slcy. 4 Iw 18-19* FOR SALE: 200 bushel of corn for .rale at once. Write Leona Romer, Emmetsburg, Iowa, Box 83. 17wl9 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kos.suth County, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5465. April Term, 1946. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing ^importing to be the last Will and Testament oC Albert Staehlc, Deceased,, claled Mar. 20, 1917, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 27th day of May, 1046, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: and at ten o'clock A. M., of !he day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 11, 1946. (SEAL) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy LINNAN & LYNCH, Attorneys. Algona. Iowa. 19 -ALOONA ttiMft jfti| M0t*mS» Classified Ads CLASSiriED RATES eht«» coinihisgloii allowed, If Minimum charge 3Sc for 12 adv«HBinf afenU ehftff6 words or less. When paid with Ihclr clients id tufa *e«d cash order, So per word; when with order they receive lo charged, 4c per word. No ae- commission. Blittd *d8 26c. FOR SALE: Small acreage In Algona. House, chicken house, block of ground. Immediate possession. Paul M. Secley, Algona, Iowa. ISwlO* FOR SALE: 100 bushel new Richland soybeans, germinalion 98%. Phone 2553, H. W. Kohlhaas, Livermore. liwiS* - - -•' -- ' . FOR SALE: Hybrid seed corn, early 416 and Iowa 93D, gathered before frost, good test, $6.00 bu. A. C. Carlisle, Whitlemore. 20wl9* FOR SALE: Brand new two-way intercommunication system, telephone type. Operates from dry cells. Three phones. Ideal for louse to barn, front to 'back shop, etc. Examine it <at The Algona Up- jer Des Moines. 18-19* WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS SEEDS EARLYANA BEANS from certified seed, 99% purity, 93% germ- inai.'on. Earilyana matures 1 weet earlier than the Richland, SEED CORN Iowa 4316, certified, $6.20 flat grade. 4316 is an early variety, top yielder, none better for me- •chanical picking. M. A. Sorlien, 2 miles north of Bode. 5-40wl8-19* FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire fall boars. Lawrence Hansen, Wesley, Ha west, IVfe north. Ilwl9* FOR SALE: Good building, 32x40, 24 ft. high. Inquire Advance office. _10wl9* FOR SALE: 8 piece pre-war walnut dining room set, like new. Eclw. Arend, Algona, 3 mi. south, % west of Sexton. 21wl9° FOR SALE: Spotted Poland China mdlo'hog. 2 miles west 4% south of Wesley. Lloyd Rtppcrgciv : 16W19* help. Inquire at Upper Des Molhcs. .: •: • ' : aswid- Uftftlarried ffi&tt who 1 tookkeisplhg, and is physically able Ho shovel coal, load and p*ile lumber*. This position is outside o! AW6rta, Raesly Lumber Cb. , . J*tirhfthed apartment o hsuse, 3 ninths to permanent, inquire «t>Upfter Des Moines. 14wl9* FOR SALE: McCormick-Deering 6 -ft. mower on rubber, Kressln Bros., 3 !£ ml. South, 1 ml. west of Lone Rock. M7wl8-19* FOR SALE; Monarch malleable range wtih cream-colored front; coal and wood healing stovej'kitch- en sink; 2 saddle horses, one spotted the oilier Iron gray. Hiram Acker-man, Burt. FOR SALE: Eagld. water prool home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. ,, 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Big ears'o'f''deep, medium dent kernels—that's Funk's "G"—95% gcrmlnatiori.;—- consistently good, year after year. Phone Cecil Bjttstrom, Whittemorc, or Quenlin Bjustrom, Algona. 26wl7-20* Wanted WANTED: Spring fnies. Geroge's Cafe. Phone 538. " 18-19 WANTED: Furnished apartment or hQuse. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. •' '.. 10W19* WILL' TAKE three passengers to Los Angeles. Leaving this .week end. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines; • , ' 14wl9* WANTED: Saleslady for full or part time <Work in local department store. Write Box 106, Algona. 16wl9 WANTED TO RENT: 320 to 400 acre farm for 1947. Good power equipment. No debts. Have own WANTED: Radio arid motor repair Work, General appliance repairing, Your Hallicrafter Skyrider Jr. radio dealer. ViGDAL RAfclO & BLECTttlC, I18V6-W. North St., phoh6 SI. 24wl9-i20'> FEMALE HELP WANTEDTLad ies (2)<<with private line to secure information by telephone from their homes. ; We teach you. No selling. 60d 'per hour. Write Mr. Rogers, 2810 Fidelity Bldg., Kansas City 6, Mo. Give phone,number and address. 36wl9 For Rent HOUSE FOR RENT:'' 4% miles southeast Algona. Hugh Raney. Phono 473-J, Algona. I3wl9* Miscellaneous 1 WISH , TO THANK all my friends and neighbors who so kindly remembered me with cards and letters during my Illness. Mrs. G. W. Bloich, BUrt. x 24wl9« WATCH ^REPAIRING. Prompt l^«^f c fvm modal tjsfd ., tlon oh OPA celllfii Soe ors. CARD or t I wish t6 thartk rfty ffiendd fdf their gifts, flowers and t&fdd sent during niy illnda* in Si -Mary's at Rochester. Mrs. Otto Es'slff ,' 10 INLAID _„_ , tile, laid'by eX6er& work. - ' •*-'" Co.. ork. Cowan Building Supply o., phone 2^, Algontt. l'g*3*8tt THE KOSSUtH doun'ty Is open agalh for the 1948 sea* son. Wo are now, ready in take orders for all high duality day old and started chicks. Place your orders now. Phone 800 61* come in. 209 E. State Street. Algona. ' 4tf FLOOR SANDING nnd tilnawall dustofti PHONOGRAPH REfiOttDS — All the new releases., Neddies, albums. Kossuth Radio Si Electric, Algona, Iowa. ' 47tf TOWN PROPERTY LOW tiffKA- . EST LOANS. FHA pnd Veterans "OI" Loans t& , purchase, remodel, refinance homes. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, 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 PLANT _ OPEN— 7 A, M, to 11 P.M. Seven Day* a Week ALGONA ICE CREAM & CANDY FACTciRY It's having: .the j-Jelit iool at the right tune that makes repair jobs fro smoothly! Here arc a few of the quality toools you can find in our complete tool .department. .Gome in and browse around. ..You'll find, just the tools and gadgets you've bccii|wantiiigri»t PRICE SAVINGS. Pruning Scissors Special steel blades, very sharp. Has flat coil spring. Locks shut. Combina-, tion Square • ? ^ Adjust-a. b 1 c s t e el square grad u a t e cl from 1/64", to 1", combined with s p 11 rt level. • 4 $^50 Hacksaw Blades Rugged, durable, .extra long ! wearing b 1 a d e s of highest grade steel. 18, 24 or 32 tooth. Garden Tools Home gardening is going to be just as important this year as it was during the war. The necessary equipment makes the work an enjoyable hobby. Check your garden tool needs from the following. Garden Hoc Good., steel blade. Holds its edge. Nicely shaped. Finished handle. $]35 Garden Rake Oxidized steel head. True temper rake. Spading Fork Strong four tine spading fork. Priced low for such quality. $|65 3 Piece Garden Set A well made set of hand garden tools, necessary for every garden* er. 75" 6-ft. Steel Tape Here is an accurate tape. Spring action. Rust resisting finish. Graduated to 1/32" SJOO Aluminum Level A professional tool that is guaran teed accurate. A "m u s t" for good craftsmen. $500 Belt Dressing Condi t i o n s belting, increases po/wer by preventing slipping. Easy to use stick form. 40' 0. F. Peterson Phone 264 The BEI/T LACING Easy T on metal teeing -< that holds. Per set ^^^^^^^•^H^ ^H^ m iHU^^^ HARDWARE .*3w You've been framed and you'll love it when you see the shameless flattery of off-thc'shoulder necklines, keyhole neck* N lines,l.U-necklines,... ajl jo 'n|w> all jip artfully designed 1 (o make%pretty hccr prettier this summer! *r Doris Dodton'5 SENORL TA, two-part drama star- flog adjustable bloomer for 8 changeable neckline* Striped sheeting in Black with Plue, .Plok, or Cold. Sizes; DorUPodsoo's THAT'S FOR M£, feminine as the . neckline poetic with salt lingerie wuche*. Checked in Blue, Brown, Sfetij 7/1,5 PwJlPpdjpn'sTPTHE .-.wi«p pU»<! by lopsdaje ift I'm *»4 «Wf «d BJ»», Prown, - ; >f*.*\f!34

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