The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 6
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-r/r; PAGE SIX. YOUTHS, 18. MUST STILL REGISTER Young men reaching the age pi 18 must still register for the draft, state selective service officials warned this week. The process is simple. Upon reaching the 18th ''birthday, a young man simply goes to the county board in Algona, and registers with the clerk. Because of the recent legislative shuffle regarding drafting or not drafting the 18-year old group, some youngsters seem to be confused, which is understandable, except that no legislation has been adopted which no longer requires them to register. The recent extension of the Selective Service Act as amended, exempts 18 and 19-year-old registrants from induction, but did not in any way change the requirement regarding their registration. As a matter of act, the war has not officially ended as yet, and there is a severe penalty for failure to register. Union M-D Meeting Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday, June 13, -with Mrs. Chester Bailey in Algona. Mayme Steinman will >be' assisting hostess. Hortense 'Ferguson will give a talk on "Native Trees and Flowers". Roll call will toe to 'bring, wear or describe the wedding gown worn by the members. Rite* At Wett Betid For Mr*. Austin, 77 Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Austin, 77, were held at the home of her daughter,.Mrs. Carl Vohs, last Thursday, with Rev. John Lewis, Presbyterian clergyman, officiating. Burial was in ,he West Bend cemetery. .Mrs. Austin died at the home of her daughter June 4. She was born in 1869 in Galena, 111. In 1000 she was married to David B. Austin, and the family lived in Algona for 25 years before moving to West Bond. Mr. Austin died seven months ago. Surviving arc her daughter and three grandchildren, Janice, Carol and James. A sister, Mrs. tJernice Bowell, also survives. New Rendering Work Manager, July 1st Carl Wasser, at present man- ieer of the Britt Rendering Works, will become the manager of the Algona Rendering Works .is of July 1. He will succeed G. A. Paine, who is going to Illinois, where he will engage in the same field of work. Mr. Wasser is married and has one daughter. They will move to Algona when living quarters can be found. He started his connection with the rendering business in Nebraska, then went to Albia, la., as foreman and later as plant manager at Britt. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 3"ic for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when ents' commission allowed. If advertising; accnts c h a r g e their clients 4c and send cash with order they receive Ic charged, 4c per word. No as- commission. Blind ads 25u. For Sale FOR SALE: Emerson li ft. mower. Also lawn mower with or without motor. A. J. Dittmer, Burl, phone 8on93. 18\v23 ; ' FOR SALE: Piano, medium size, high grade. Closing out at $149.00 it taken at once. Can. toe seen in Algona. Write Critchett ; Pia/io Co.. Des Moines, Iowa, phone 4-8927. 28w23' ;l We are extremely proud to remind you that THE CIIRISCHILLES STORE is air-conditioned. The first hot days have passed but there will be many more ahead this summer. When you come to Algona be sure and make THE CHRISCHIL- LES STORE your first stop. It will seem good to get off the burning paving and rest and relax in a cool completely air-conditioned store. We now have all the summer luxuries and necessities in ladies wear—bath' ing suits—two-piece play suits — slacks — cool light summer dresses — everything that you need—anything that you want. We consider it our pleasure to have you in our store. Don't feel you have to buy when you come in . , . just step in from the sweltering sun and enjoy the coolness with us. . ... _ .. «J «3T <Q JR. J3P LARGE TOMATO PLANTS: Mar- globe and Rutgers. Nice celery plants. 25c per dozen. Algon.i Flour and Feed Co. 23" FOR SALE: 10 acres red clover hay. Henry Eisenbarth, LuVerne. 10w23« FOR SALE: House and 3 lots. $3300. House partly modern. Good terms. C. W. Nicoulin. 14-W23-24" FOR SALE: Lot in Rose Lawn of Eastlawn Memorial Park. Write Box 417, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 14w22-23* FOR SALE: 4-ycar-old registered Hereford 'bull, • intense Domino breeding. Ed Meyer, Fenton. 14w23-24* FOR SALE: Two tires, 6:00x19 6- ply, nearly new. Clement Cra- Ivan, West Bend. 12w23> FOR SALE: New feoys bicycle. Mrs. F. H. Frochlich, Algona, phone 24-F12. 23* FOR SALE: 2-"wheel trailer, good 30x3 Hi tires, extra tubes, 3 springs, a dandy for light loads. M. J. Mildman, Wesley, Iowa. 21W23" FOR BALE: 3-plece Upholstered living room suite. 513 N. Thorington, phone 940-LJ, Algona. 12w23* FOR SALE: Motor and pump jack, good condition, priced reasonably. Ferdinand Bierstedt, phone 362, Fenton, Iowa. 15w22-23* W*l»Ktt BES MOIN, ALtiONA WAITRESS WANTED. Cafe. Gedrgela. 4w23 I HAVE BOUGHT a hay press. Will do custom work. Earl Toolhman, phone 110, fiurt. I4w22-25* LOST \ FOR SALE: Kitchen range. 6 years old. iMrs, Orvllle Anderson, phone 2509, LuVerne. Ilw23* FOR SALE: 38 ft. steel elevator; skle delivery rake; pair of strawberry roan mares, weight 4200, well matched. Orville Anderson, phone 2500, LuVerne. 20w23* TRUCKERS!! We have a good stock of 7.50x20, 8.25x20, 9.00x20 and 10.00x20 tires, at reduced prices. Gamble Store. 23 FOR SALE: Good used electric table model radio. At Frank! Store Irvington. 23 FOR SALE: 9x12 Oriental rus*. Mrs. Victor Samson, phone 305. 23 FOR SALE: Yearling Shorthorn •bull. Eligible to resistor. Stanley Gardner, Algona. 23" FOUND: Child's shell rimmed glasses. Identify and pay this ad. Upper Des Moines. .23 MISCELLANEOUS CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincerest thanks to 'all our neighbors and friends for their many kindnesses and for the flowers 'and cards which we received during our re-> cent bereavement. Vic Frideres and sons. . 34w23* JilOHBST PRICES paid -.for late model used cars. Free Infbfftii* tfon on OPA ceiling. Hoehk Mo* tors. ^ . 23 PARTY tyHO BOftttOWEft my portable victrofa please return H. Mrs. Edward Belsch, Algona. 12w23 rt V ,. * •,* -•*/ . ** f 'a "*" * *f '' CARD OF THANKS No words 'can.-ever express our thanks and 'appreciation for fhe hundreds of kindnesses that Were •shown us in our recent sorrow. For the untiring efforts of everyone, individuals and groups, who kept watch during the long hours. ' for floral tributes, for words of comfort and courage, we say thank | you from the depths of our hearts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Fox and family. 64w23* i* cftfdiauy irfvitea .attWfd tf tfteatTtftg dines «f .TMlgfcB .and Wilfred . on -.Tti&JcUt? Evening, June 18, at Whttt««8r& hall. "' - • , ' 22w23* . -- LlNOt-JEuTW, Liiowall (He, laid '^y experts. Custom work. Cdwan Building" Supply Co., nhatt6 2?6 t Alloiia. lfl-3-8tf PHC^OCmAPH ftECOftfisT^- All the *new releases, Needles, &\bums.' KHsltth ftadlo & Electric, Algofi», owa., 47tf _ THE KOSSUTtt County Hatchery is open again for the 1040 season. We are now ready t6 take orders, for all high quality day old and started chicks. Place your orders now. Phone 806 or come in. 209 E. State Street. Algona. 4tf 'are* still .Ibiiylhi' cars, thicks 'find $<skutM.'' makes and models wafited For a good square, deal and. cash price, write, phone. 01- see, . E. Ley, Uakota, tows. 23*24 T6WN EST LOANS." FHA aM V,et» orans "QI" Lotjnd to, puwhaia, remodel, refinance homes* Algona Federal Savings it Loan, Algona, Iowa. "* ' 30u SEE ME! FOR Real Bargains'in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile, 'Phil: .1. Kohlhaas, phone. 22, Algona. tf PLOOH . . tog, Heavy r e6ih»e«!tal eauljs* menli -Portable powfef Pflftt<! Cdwan, Bldg< Stiffly Co., ' ' » -Millions flW neee,/ S&rt & qiildk CASH business, returns can start in twa week* with an inexpensive. easilV hand operated, TYftAf BRICK MAKER; only sand and csn^it and am? old shed needed. -Build your HOME of .brick.-- <3«t A TY'RA-PLAtf, See Mifl; can be done. , & K. TY&A COS WYOM* ING, MINN. > > Slw22.26* FOR SALE: Picnic bench and seats: 14 lockers 20"x24"x7'; plywood boxes and plywood: 1 commode; 18 asbestos tables 41"x| 41"x31": very nice electric grind-' or; lots of tools: 'box and bench, 'ome nice hip .boots. What, do you want? I 'have it. 121 W. Nebraska St.. Aluona. 41w23' :: FOR SALE: Tractor hay buck, pn-.vcr lift: model A Ford jeep, double transmission. Van A. Hansen. LuVerne. 23* FOR SALE: New /McCormick- Dcering 6 'ft. mower No. 9. Robert Add<. 4 mi. south, 1 mi. FOR SALE: Eagle water prno' home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.. phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8U WANTED WANTED: Young woman to share expenses about June 25th to Los Angeles via Black Hills and Yellowstone. Mary Mentzer, phono 24-F13. Algona. 20w23'' : WANTED: Experienced sales lady. Steady work. Write full qualifications. Box 69, Algona. , 23 WANTED: An 'assistant in confectionary shop. Call Theatre, phone 35. 9w23 WATCH REPAIRING. Prompt and efficient service. Sharp's Jewelry, Algona. 23 HEREFORD BULL, serviceable age; Hampshire boar, serviceable age. for sale. Jos. Skow, Wesley. 23-24 FOR SALE: Two bookcases, 6 shelves each. Maple wood were made for a pastor's study. ',-> mile south of Lotts Creek. Phone 3305 Lone Rock. ..... ... , _ ... . 23" FOR SALE: Black and white male Boston terrier, pure bred but not registered, 3 years old, wt. 17 Ibs., house and car broke. M. J. Hilciman, Wesley, Iowa. 24w23* FOR SALE: Well improved quar- 1er near Titonka. excellent location; a highly productive farm. Priced to sell. Edw. Capesius, Algona. Iowa. 23-24° WANTED: Good Holstein springer heifers or pows. Must toe of clean stock. Erwin Schultz, Humbqldt, Iowa.' .,.._ ,. 16w23-24" WANTED: Girl for /evenings and Saturdays; one yeffiHfiWd- btfby. Phone 853-J. Algona. 23 WANTED: Girl or middle->ugcd lady for general house work on farm. Modern home. A. L. Ras- musscn, Bunt, phone 5on95. 18w23* WANTED: Work by day or hour to care for children or do house work by high school girl. Phone 1-W, Algona. 20w23 CUSTOM HAY BALING. We are equipped to load the wagons direct from the baler. Call Van A. Harrsen-.-LuVerne: 'Phone 4494. 23-24* WANTED: Farm to rent, good line of machinery, references. In- auire Advance. llw21-23* WANTED: Girl for general house work. To go home nights if possible. Live near Catholic church. Good wages. Write Box 69, Algona. 21w21t£ n Public Sale Of school property in Sherman Township, Kossulh County, Iowa. Notice is hereby given that the following described property will be sold to the highest bidder for cash on Monday, June 24 Sale to begin at 1:00 P. M. at District No. 8, 3 miles west and one mile north of LuVerne, and to continue at District No. 9, 5 miles west and one mile north of LuVerne, and at District No. 4, 5 miles west and 3 miles north of LuVerne. 3 schoolhouses, each 18x24 with 6x8 entry. Stoves, desks, chairs and other articles, 3 fuel sheds, 7x16, 6x16, and 8x12. 4 outhouses. 2 swings including 36 ft. of good 5*16" chain. • About 72 rods of heavy woven wire fence and steel posts around yards. Sherman Township School Board L, K. t'olwell, Auct. Farmers State Uauk, Clerk •* PAUL BLUMER, Sec. This Father's Day a Gift from The ^ Brighten His Summer Appearance with These New \ ER TIES If/He's Conservative—Give Him a Nice FOULARD! ; ' ^ , % For Something Smart—Give Him a SUMiVlEB KNIT! jl gj| [J A For Something Different—Give Him SUGAR & SPIGE! ty ^| 9 U IfJHeV Light-Heartcd—Give Him a PAIgLETY If He Like Color—Give Him a New PLAID Tie! We lui.vc the lies ; ... anil no man like? ffift really better than a tl«.or two! Especially if they're made by these fjunous houses: McCURRACH, SV?ERBA, \VPM- BLBY. The .patterns and. colors in these recent shipments are just too numerous and too varied for description here—hut you can be sure there's a tie you'll like in this Hub Father's Day event! OTHERS at i. $1.00 $2.00 ' $3.50 '4 -| Give Him a STRAW HAT Gift Certificate! Hus Dad got his summer straw yet? If not, do the right thins and vive him a Hub Gift Certificate for his new straw hat — let him make his own selection of YOUK gift! Just come in and we'll fill it out—he'll find one of these certificates 4 pleasant surprise on Father's Day! for Dad! HOUSE SLIPPERS Replace Dad's old. slippers— give him a pair of these hew slipper arrivals from the. Hub. $3.50 for Dad! MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Light, cool rayon sport shirts that keep him cool on even hottest days. Made by McGregor. $5.95 for Dad! TRAVEL KITS Good-looking leather kits.with zipper openings. Unfitted cases or 'completely 'fitted. $5 to $17.50 *"*.». fprDad! MEN'S SWEATERS Sleek pull-over sweaters for those nippy nights of summer—' nice... lightweight., wools., and V-ne?U. $3.95 to $10 for Dad! SMART for Dad! MEN'S SUSPENDERS for Dad! SPORTS JACKETS finely tailored Jackets {bat »r« light It) w«| f ht, \mt stop the wind, poplins, pr leaders, Made by Pioneer ^ oaie pf tjip . better suspender nukes-r^jn v». • •-•' riety of colors and patterns, P I EDO ,*.. Wi r m^ £f J6r Dad! SUMMER SOCKS Socks by Holeprpof. and Interwoven,'— three or four pairs of these will please him. Regular length or cool shorties. 45c t , $1.50 for Dad! COAT SWEATERS Jf he's an older Dad, one of these coat sweaters are what ho wants, Comfortable and they look neat at all times, I

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