The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 9, 1946
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,. . - ; ^f^ ! t#5S^;?B£l*5lfS ffe'KfcvS-.*^: BMON FINDS ppil OF OLD-TIME ALGONANATiON^pftDBAND \ Ray Barton HAS an Intwcsitins, P^int* o] byjotte - *ho\vlft» the 52nd r**lmehtal band of Ihe law* Guard, composed of Algona meft. p^Pi 04 " 1 -* V ; the Ia<e 1890's, shortly after the end of the Spanish of the typfr of nhotoirtaphy it wis Impossible for this paner to reproduee the picture, in a cat Mr. Barton was able to Identify a few of the m*mbers of the regimental band. He spotted Plciures of Frit* Oramow. Pat Cady, Professor Lilly. Doc Dalley. father of Chan Dalley, Glenn BruMson. former Kossuth sheriff, who recently died, and Bill Wort. _ _ RWERDLE LADIES SURPRISE A BRIDE St. Joe: The Riverdale Ladies' Friendly club surprised Mrs. Wilfred Schneider, the former Agatha Thilges, Wednesday, July 3, at her home and presented her with a sewing cabinet. The afternoon was spent visiting and a lunch was served, which was brought by the guests. Mary Laing Better Mary, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Firman Laing, who was so critically ill for several weeks, is now slowly improving, and is able to bo taken for rides, but is still too weak for walking. Variety Of Mu«ic For Thursday Concert The program for Thursday evening's band concert at the Al- ffona Municipal Swimming Pool, starting at 8 p. m., has been announced by Russ Guster, director, as follows: . March—"The Booster," Klein. Overture—"Old Vienna," King. Intermezzo — "East of Suez,. Strebor. Familiar—"March of the Toys, Herbert. Waltz—"My Lady," King. March—"On the Mall," Goldman. Selection—"The Desert Song," Romberg. . . Familiar — "Barcarole," Off en- bach. ' Patrol — "American Patrol, Mcacham. CLOSED From July 15 to July 24 JOHNSON'S LUNCH Lucille Johnson 27' Classified Adi CLASSIFIED HAtES ents' comtnMftfl fcltofyM. M CLASSIFIED Minimum charee 350 for 12 words of less. When paid with' order, 3<s per toot&i tvhen chatted, 46 r*«f W>*rd» No •&•. ents' comtnMfttt fcltofyM' M aaemislng agent* ehiarf* their cllcnU 46 4nd send cash with 6rd« they . recetv* .!« commission. Blind ad* 2Sc, For Saie FOR SALE: Engle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8U FOR SALE: Hereford bulls, both high grade and registered, 8 .to 14 months old. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 18W25-26" ••«»**«««"««"^*""^"" ii ''** |i '"s*^**" 1 *' Oswald fhllges, LuVertie, phone 27-F32 Algona. FOR SALE: Regular Farwiall tractor ,a»d cultivator, excellenl, condition, on.rubber. Frank .A. Smith, N. ThorlngUm St., WANT-ADS BRINGS RESULTS FOR SALE: The former F. H. Slagle property on Diagonal St., including 10 room house, suitable for remodeling into apartments, and several vacant lots adjoining. Write Mrs. E. C. Jensen, Elkader, Iowa. 26-27 FOR SALE: Cabinet; one bed with innerspring mattress; one steel bed with mattress; tools; fruit; and stone jars. Anna Rowell; St. Joe. FOR SALE: Seven room house, L shape. Could make two small houses, iienry F. Weber, CorwHh. FOR SALE: Electric Philco radio, table model. 503 E. North, Rudolph Harig. Algona. 13W27* FOR SALE: Large aluminum teakettle and large roaster. Call 336-J. 27 FOR SALE: South Bend Deluxe cook stove, with or without 1 hot water front and tank, phone 2170 Whittemore. M. O. Simpson. ^ •MtitiSVto? the fldfll a Mnw deeds oi '. ftelgftbofs I'jfitf our illness •with . adufcs. Phone 127, ROOM WAtftSBti: no smoking or 786-Jf, M|f.;' f aftd. J ;iM«li(t Tfits. E, Knut, Nelson, .; and Mrs, few ttg oats. Mile Irvlngtbn. JSgel Bros, WAN*53D: A AVoman: to do work iBftemotina : bh family of three. C411 ' 11 - j •• .•.;••:••'•• • notify; $4 i dm fid ienler mpm Butt hosplM as oi'i\im 1. *- v •- ••'-"••' WANTED TO RENT: Afty*im;| be fore'.Oct. 1st. Modertj S»8: : »onv house. Inquire Upper Dea! office., • ••' •;.:••;• :K WANTED: Good used Singer. "Seftt,- ing machine. Phbne "•. 23831 ''Mes* ley. FOR SALE: Year old Shorthorn bull, 'also Brown Swiss bull, year old, 'both eligible to register. S. A. Gardner. Algona, phone FOR SALE: Binder tractor guide. Big No. 4 John Deere grass mower. Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock,.-phone 1005. 15w27" FOR SALE: 1934 deluxe Chevrolet coach, Sehultz Bros. "8w27 FOR SALE:, 14x24' wood grain •bins, suitable for remodeling into a home or grain storage on farm. Located at Rodman. H. J. Cowan, Contractor and Builder. 25w27-30 FOR SALE: A 19.34 . •Chevrolet radiator, very good" condition. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. Iowa. 13w27 ELK CLEANERS Will Be Closed 2 Weeks Starting July 15 - July 29 FOR SALE: Grain binder; 40 ft. Farmers Friend elevator; hog feeder; portable mill; gravel box. David Gouge, 321 E. Call. 2i" FOR SALE: Allis-Chalmers W-C tractor and cultivator, rubber tires, in good condition. Inquire this oiricc. 16W27* FOR SALE: Partly modern house in good condition. Immediate possession. Frank Asa. 624 North Minn., Algona. Iowa. 17w27* FOR SALE: 5 h. p. Johnson motor and boat, very-good shape. In quire Upper Des Moines office. FOR SALE: 1941 Buick, good rubber and clean «11 way through. Kirk Auto Co. . FOR SALE: 2 lots on East Elm at reasonable price. Contact Arthur Waltman, Ceylon, -Minn. _ FOR SALE: Two-wheel David Bradley trailer, ..4.2x8x18 steel body. 24 inch stake;top. 16-6:50 heavy duty tires,'rutt'2500 miles. Call at Ruben Olson farm, 5 miles north, IVfe east, Bancroft. WANTED.: Someone to, coffiibjtoe 75 acres of oats. ' "~ Bunt. ,.-• ~ ' '•' tiffing' OftAWJ TO WHOMIT MAV, Notice is hereby $veti tn#t »t a J>P^¥- By SKS^t^^ WANTED TO RENT: , JBarttph<S horn, tuba, drurns, ^ot, Greeks. Phone 2DF4, Algona.': : ' 13^27,* WANTED: Homo or. Homes for, mother cat «hd 5;'kittens about] 3 mo old. Hugh .Pierce, 415 V/. I McGregor St., Algona. • 20w27» WANT TO BUY: Used, filing cab: ' Inet. Algona Rendering ,Works. , • ,•- •• '27* HIGHEST PRICES 'paid for late model used oarsi Hoenk Jficrtor* ' ' '-27.'' . LARGE old 'line ' life "insurance company writing : life, .' •accident, health and group desires'a reprft- senlative in Algonf and,.vic'lnity. Experience not- necessary as; -train- '• Ing and assistance, will ,>bc /.given , without cost. If an";ex-sw$ice: man, .you will toe training Uftder the G. ,1'. Bill. Write A, S. QzbUrn- • 312 Insurance Exchange Buudmg, Des Moines 9, Iowa. -JIJ3W28E-27 FOR SALE: A good work horse, cheap. Alfred Jergenson. Algona. _______ :L FOR SALE: 5 h. p. engine. Simon Kisch, Whittemore, phone g 3160. FOR SALE:"Zenith table model .riecfrte radio, $40. Phone 2263, VTesley. ii-w-si FOR~SALE:~1945 K-5 International truck. 15,000 miles. Call Jay.'| Super Service, Corwith. £f FOR SALE: Deere side delivery •rake. Deere horse buck, new. Aaron Steussy, LuVeme. -.3? OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good dock on hand, getting larger every riny. Fill your needs at The Al' otfire. FOR SALE:' 'Registered Milking Shorthorn cows, heifnrs, serviceable bulls. Aaron Steussy, Lu- Vernc. JS: FOR"SALE: Potatoes. 501 South Hale/ Helmers. • • •• WANTED: We will buy yotlr 'Ji threshers. Any. make. .Small C preferred. Farmers pl e House, Lonsdale, Mmnv_17w25-7* ~~"LOST * LOST: Cultivator shank and shpv- . el betwen my home and Sexton. 1 ; Reward. Nick Kinsch, Algona :..•-.' til' MISCELLANEOUS V PARTS AND SERVICE for ; all makes vacuum' cleaners. . Call Mr,/Newman, Wagner's D-X Star tion. '. * MVfM? WE HAVE a farmer's and' feeder's point of view, bring your packers and butchers to Wesley, for.f^ir grading and top prices. .Don McCarthy, Res. phone St. Benedict 6, Wesley office 2151. ' 82w25-27, ailllllHIHIIIIIlllllHIIIIIW I, WHY OUR PRICES J CEMENT WORK: . .,_-_-., T _^, : driveways, basement ••''floors^ AUTOMOBILE LOANS .are" available here for financing new or used cars. You may also borrow on your present car to get-rteeded unds for family or personal /rer uiremcnts. UNITED LOAN ^Rr ICE,' 1 12 North Moore, Algpnai owa. ' - " '^ 29 * Out of the welter and ccmfusion of the dropping of all official OPA rc^aUons one• should enter the mind of every consumer of merchandise. WHAT ARE THE SOURCES FOR ANY GIVEN RETAIL STORE? This is as important to a customer as maintaining specific of OPA 98% of our sources arc old-line wholesalers and manufacturers who l, have pledged to us a continuance of ROCK BOTTOM, OPA-governed prices. THIS IS IMPORTANT NLAID LINOLEUM, Liriowall tile, laid by experts. :j' Custom vork. Cowan Buildlna Supply Co., phone 275. Algona. ^ 1Q-^8tf We could buy merchandise from "shady" or "dark colored" market sources and sti - = But we wouldn't be doing justice to our many customers. Not only are we careful to maintain UFA but g we are just as particular to choose our sources of supply. || We Pledge Our Customers A Continuance | of OPA Regulations | Yes we are going to keep within the specific rules and regulations of OPA. We haven't changed our 3 mindrsince last week. Every item that enters this store (preticketed or figured under a pricing-chart) | will carry the lowest price under OPA. j| This Is The Time When It Pays To Trade With An \ "Old Time" Institution I ?;i;S=^ Sf Xr« we^omTin And remember, „«.« HEBE TO STAY. We've b«*n th«lUjcnatt (weve g •"•""* , . „ ma nv a count) but we have learned one thing. 4.H» *s*J oiiiflUiiv w*uo* — BE 6 SATISFIED wThave been satisfying customers for 76 years. And we aim to cpntinue along that same line. Trade here with confidence. 'OWN PROPERTY LOW'.INTER-* EST LOANS. FHA , and; Vet- rans "GI" Loans to purcha>e, emodel,. relfnance homes." Alona Federal Savings & Loan. Algona, Iowa. : . SOtf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS -*- All the new releases. Needles, albums. Kissuth Radio & Electr'c, Algona, -Iowa. . 47ti ;T ^^ ^f ^ d H*3HIBl i 1 "I n ociiu L IT O ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiniu" •mt VILL DO CUSTOM Arthur Me>'et»i,5I6 » or 'phone 3308, Lone Roclt 10w25-28» 'AN SPRAY' chicken '• arid"-.ho^ houses on short- notice." PhoHe 25, West Bend. Russell Ooylff.';, ; 13w24-2t* JEE ME FOR Real Bargains -In farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona.. tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture • Dining room—Living room suite: Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios . and Washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNirUBE FLOOR SANDING and Refihlsh- ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. l7-3-8tt IARD OF THANKS We wish to'thank all our friends for their many expressions of sympathy and 'kindness, and for the beautiful floral tribute. .• sent at the time of our recent ber^- ment of husband and son. .-^ Gerald Duddlng and 'Mr. "A COMPLETE PRIVATE LOCKER PLANT!" That's the New Combina tion See »t PRATT ELECTRIC CO, • • • . ...••• • i Serving the Clothing Needs of All Through the Yeais I\f 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 ^^^^^^^^. (PHMMMH (BUI 'Bl iWBi^^^^ ^^^^^^^w ^^^^ ^^^ . ^^^t^^- "" '' "'' ' ''' " ' ' And We Will Contiaw to You With Best the Market Af fords At Prices That Aw

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