The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1946 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 13, 1946
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SIX. ALGONA tifeSiMOlNfiS, ALddNA pTTEltfOREFOLK IT KIN'S BURIAL / Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Mahn, Whittemore, and Mrs. Dolph ^isbach, Fairmont, Mian., attended the funeral of Edward Hahn, at Hampton Friday. The deceased •was a brother of- Mr. Hahn and Mrs. Misbach, and the son of the Igtc Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahn, and grew up in Whiltemore. He graduated from the Whittemore jpUblic school and WHS n great bas- Jcptatoall and baseball star. He at- te'ndcd Iowa State college at Ames, ahd was a civil engineer in Chickasaw county. He was married to KOHLHAAS HARDWARE 3 and 4 Tine FORK HANDLES Spring Type Heavy MOP STICKS 55c "Wearever" 4-Qt. PRESSURE COOKER Queen Till SPADES With Handles ELECTRIC TOA3TEltS $4.60 FOOTBALLS $6.95 Vera Robb, of here, who survives Ruth Fleming of Chicago Is en- ioying a two weeks vacation at the home of her parents MY. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Freda Mae Alig, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Conrad Alig arrived from Chicago last week to spend a tevi days here with her parents. Charlie Schallin, Minneapolis visited with his sisters Mrs. Frank Dan and Mrs. Clara Gremmels. here and 1 with his brother Frank Schallin, Algona, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Higgins attended the wedding of a niece, Patricia Higgins, daughter of Joseph Wiggins, at West Bend Thursday morning. Elsie Leopold and Mrs. Amanda Muhrhausen, Milwaukee, Wis.', arrived at the Arthur Heidenwlth home Friday morning, for a week's visit. Miss Leopold is a cousin of Mr. Heidemvith. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kisele and sons, and the former's mother Mrs. Elizabeth lEisele, and her daughter Alice Eisele, visited with Mr- and •Mrs. Albert Eisele and family at Blue Earth Sunday. Mrs. Roy Sarchct is visiting her brother Win. Spear and family in Minnesota. Her husband took her up Sunday. She plans to be gone u week. No Ru»h In Going After Terminal Pay .Although the tcrrhiriai pay bill for enlisted men who served ifi the armed forces has 'been approved by Congress' and Presi* lent Truman, local veterans, are ndvised that it at least 45 days before they can- make application for what they have coming. The bill has just been passed. In the meantime, millions of printed forms Will have to be prepared and distributed to post- offices throughout the nation. / Applications will eventually he made at your local postof*- fices. Help • in filling but the form may be obtained at that :ime from the local veterans' contact office, if desired. Payments will be made by nail after the. forms have been nailed in as directed. i d p*rtlnent county information, $2.6<T fief <io|>y al The Alstons Vy~ tutt PCS Moines. sjJtf FOR SALE; Oesk dlsp'ehsers in" two sizes for* scotch tbllufose tape. Back on the market for first time since the war. ' Lihlited ' FOR SALE:.. NdW air Compressor, quantity. Algona /Upper"' Des and new air grease gurf— for) Moincs. farm' of garage. New electric motor. One cdr garage. 'Kossuth Oil Co., Algoha. 31-32 FOR SALE: Two houses. Joe Lynch, 'phone 711, Lone Rock. 32* FOR SALE:. Small trailer house. Also 2'srrtall chicken houses. Bert B. Baldwin. Call at 709 E. Elm after 6 p. m. 18w32* Mrs. ; Joe Bradley went to Hum' soldi Thursday to visit her moth-: :r Mrs. William Vonderhaar. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Becker of Clarion spent the weekend with he former's parents Mr and Mrs. W. J. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffy 'and hildren spent Sunday with Mr. ind Mrs. John Bestenlehner and were dinner guests. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES " order, 3e per -\vqrd; when Minimum charge 35c for 12 charged, 4c per word. Blind words pr less. When paid with . ads 25c extra.' For Sale FOR SALE: Electric razor. Diamond ring. Crocheted dresser •carf. Slack suit, size 18. 412 W. Nebr. Tel. C09-J. 32'' FOR SALE: Irish cobbler potatoes. A. F. Curran. Phone 417-J. 31-32" FOR SALE: Pipeless Phone 979-J, Algdna. furnace.. FOR SALE: Double garage. 18x22., FOR SALE: Two polled milking Shorthorn bulls, 10 mo. old. Gentle riding horse- Also good saddle. Fred PeVries, Titonka. 18w32 (l FOR SALE: New Massey-Harr , power corn binder on rubbe: Louis Schafer^Jr., West Bend. '"•- -...- 14w32 FOR SALE: O. P. Jbhn Deere tractor with new motor.,'and all in .first class'condition. Also 2-14 John Deere plow. Call C. L. McEnroe, 30-F21. 28w32* SIX. SPACE^LOT in Rose Lawn Memorial Park. $300. Write BOX 417, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 13W30-32* LOANS.' flttA and. Vet* 20lf FOR SALE: 2nd cutting red cloV- er hay, 'by (bale pr acre. Henry Eisenbnrth, LuVerne. 14W32* FOR SALE: Four young Guernsey cows. W. J. Barr, Algona. 9W32* FOR SALE: Registered * milkiii Shorthorn bulls, ages from 6 I 12 months. W. G. Kading, phon 3501, Lone Rock. 17w32-33 FOR SALE: Copper-clad range white with chrome trim, pro war, like new. White breakfast se with four chairs and extra tabl leaf. Clarence Nelson, Wesley Iowa. 2&W31-32 SALE: We are forced to move Properly sold. We will have al kinds of clothing for sale Frida. ind Saturday. August 16 and 17 Vlust 'bo out 'by August 29. Town -end Club No. 1, 108 So., Hull St Algona. _ • s ' 3: FOR SALE: Two bed's 1 ' am mattresses; two dressers; 3'/i •quare walnut table; Wayne Juh or hand electric vacuum cleanei ^ood working condition; larg' sainted .'ROOMS FOR RENT ?ign; front wooden bar; 3%' high 2%' long, 22" wide glass show Could be made -into small house. | §t, Inquire Upper DCS Moincs office. 15w32* l-'OR SALE: 1946 Kossuth Farm Directories, the latest compiled list of Kossuth farmers, whether tenants or owners, and location of farm. Complete With county nlap KOHLHAAS HARDWARE PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, 1946 AT 1:30 P. M. School house, frame building, 26x32, single roof, wall foundation. It Is wired for electricity. Also a furnace, indoor toilets, and other articles. This building built in 1937 is in good condition. Located at District No 8, 3 miles north and 2 miles west of Hurt. • ' TERMS: Cash or time on yearly basis. A. M. VAN STEENBERGE . Phone 838-J, G09 ; :E. Nort! • 42w32 - And From The Annex The ANNEX still has some real bargains in suits, coats, dresses, and other miscellaneous items. Last week's BARGAIN OF THE WEEK—blue denim play togs practically sold out at 79c—there are a few left for the thrifty buyer. And now for this week's BARGAIN OF THE WEEK—The last few spring and summer dresses, . reduced again from $14.95, now only;. ~....~'. : ..L. ..$4.95 FOR SALE: 22x36 two story build ing, second door south hotel o West Bend. Must 'be moved by Sept. 1. Bob or Joe Daubendick phone 30, West Bend. 32 OUT STATE resident wants to sel no-acres 8 miles N. fi. of Algona Bargain for cash and quick sale V. M. 'McWhortcr, Wellington Hotel, Omaha Nebraska. 32-33 ; FOR SALE: Machine shed, 18x28. 12 ft. posts, shingle roof. Can be seen at Herman Grontoach farm 2 l /2 miles northeast of Livermore. ' •' * 32 FOR SALE: 160 acres on paving west of Whittemore. Good soil. fair buildings. $150 A. Poss. March 1st, 1947. C. W. Nicoulln, Algona ' 32* FOR SALE: Save your sugar. Buy frozen fruits. Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Pineapple, Berries, etc. CONSUMERS FOOD STORE. 32* FOR SALE: GoodMce box. Phone . L. McEnroe. 9w32« FOR SALE: A few straw stacks o:; 'baled straw. Phone 40J3, Algona. 12w22* FOR SALE: ' Eagle water prool home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan. Bldg. Supply Co.. phono 275, Algona. 20-3-8U' FOB SALE: Cucumbers, dressed Muscovcy ducks, and dressed springs. Mrs. C. R. McVeigh, mile south % west Algona. 15w32' ; ' FOR SALE: 1937 V-8 1%-tbn truck, new engine, good grain box and gravel box. Call Upper Dos Moines office. 18W32* LOST CAN SPRAY chicken . and hog 'houses on short notice. Phone 125, West Bend. Russell Doyle. 13W30-33* For Rent .•'OH RENT: Good fal-m home, electricity. Could also rent other luildings. Alfred Bierstedt, Whit- :,emore. 13w32* hom&s. ,A1 Federal - Sayings & .Lean aVi'Ibfra. •'•'. • . ,•.;•••.'-..•, 30l - All thi new 1 releases. Needles, al- K<«sat|f; ttidio & Eiectfi SEE .•'Mfit SpR :R6al Bafsains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil Kohlhaas, phone 22* . Algona. ; , Excftange 0«pt. Basement ;Gv6>d Used Furniture pinlrig footn— Living room suites Breakf astf setsi Suffets, jRadids* aad.WashefS. FURNITURE FLOOR SANtoING and Refirilsh* /ing, ;Heavy conimereial,equip- ment. , Portable power planti Cowan "Bldg. Supply Co., phone 6, Aigbna. 17-3-8tt t -INSU'RANCE Better Rates . Better .Service L.S. BOHANNQN Over S. & L. Store Phone 103 V J ',": . , 17W32tf WANTED MAN WANTED: Earn $8.50 to $10 each Sunday morning handling Des Moines Sunday- Register route. Need car and good reference. Pleasant work, meet more '•irm lolks. Phone 353 or write W. J, Payne, Algona. , V 34W32* /IAN WANTED for RAWLEIGH business in -WEST KOSSUTH COUNTY where 2317 families re- :civccl good service and products ;okl 25 years. Hustler can expdbt joocl profits from start. -Write at ,nce Rawlcigh's," Dept. IAH-11- !07A, Frceport, 111., or see H. Carlon H. H. No. 2, Wesley, Iowa. 32-34* ililL WANTED: For general lio.use-wtjrk. Top -wages. Phone J252. Guy Carlson, Wesley. 13w32 FEMALE HELP WANTED for handling eggs and dressed poul- 1 TV. Apply Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa. 14w30-32 MALE HELP WANTED to .help with poultry feeding, dressing, mcl grading. Apply Swift & Co.' , NO-TICE TO CREDIT.OHS IN THE, ESTATE OF WILLIAM H. HANEY, . LATE OF THE COUNTY OF KOSSUTH rN THE STATE OF IOWA, deceased.- ALL CLAIMS .against the above estate, 'duly verified by statutory declaration 'and with particulars arid valuations, of security held if any,-must he-sent to the under- signed.before tH& 31st day of August, ' • ; ., WAKPLING .' & REY- NOLpS,. Solicitors- for the Admln- 'str,atrix de borils nbri with : Will Annexed; 102 'Bank of -Montreal .Chambers, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada. . 29-3 Algona, Iowa. 10W30-32 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for late model used cars. Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 32 VANTED: Young lady to work in drua store. Lusby & Giossi. 32 /VANTED: Giossi/ Waitress. Lusby & 32 MISCELLANEOUS DRIVING TO MA: .SON CITY r J'hursdiiy night and could take ny kind of freight to there or oinls ^between. For further infor- iation call Fitch Feed Store. 25w32 OAL WILL, CONTINUE to be scarce next winter. Better have s I'ill your bin now while our locks iirc large. Reasly Lumber 'o., phone234. 25w31-32 EWERS CLEANED electrically. F. P. Dibble, write or call phone SALE House and Automobile 7 Room House located on East State Street, The former Hugh Herman residence will be sold to the highest bidder. V The 1928 Model Buick Sedan in excellent condition, with five good tires, will also be sold to the highest bidder immediately after the sale of the residence. Sale will be held in the Court room in Algona on TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, at 10 o'clock a. m, H.gW.!MILLER,[Executor Nettie Herman Eitate ., -'' ORIGINAL NOTICE In the -District Court of Iowa in and for K'ossuth' County, OLIVE •NEEDHAM, Plaintiff, . •• -•- ;•:. .vs.'j.,' : •• •• -.-. ; DANIAL -NEBDHAM, Defendant. To Denial. Needhafn, the -above named Defendant: -t '-' You are hereby notified that a Petition of the atobve named Plaintiff in the' 'above aiti'on is now on file > in ttie';pM<5e of. the Clerk of the above! .hame^d'. Court which Pptltlori prays ( an .absolute divorce on thq grounds th'at the Defendant after .marriage; h'BS,,become addicted to ' habitual 'Drunkenness and has 'been' guilty -of 'such cruel and inhuman treatment' as to endanger the ltte.of;his/wlfe. : .' • .Ypu :a're" als.p' hereby notified to appear '•Ijefo'tif. said 'Court at Al- Kossuth! .Countyj Iowa, on or . ,'befor,e .Septembcf 17 1946, and unless. you appear your default will toe, entered/ aftd judgment and decree, w$llV,'be; -rendered against ypii,'a5i:..dehiandea : in'Petitiont .. .,,SHUM.WAVi,;.BJmiLY- & FRIS- TE3DT.' PfaMi4f'S, i :Attorn-eys; Al" gona, Iowa. 32-34 <0 Zipper by TALON Inc. to remove leather ' lining (with leather sleeves; knitted wristlets) : -"••••'' ' ;•*'; when weather warms up— Ne^w shades. $A 00 ' ''' ' '" '' V A duo of mellow fall colors is cleverly combined in this annie JCanrie two-piece fashion or WESLEY'SIMPSON "Tamarac" ... with emphasis on the superbly cut raglqn shoulders . . . Beau Brummell sleeves... and just a perk of q peplym. Nothing TJiesc three little monkeys portray perfectly the way vye feel about our ne\Vi store improvement. You don^t hear much about it— J-ou don't see it when yc>H come m the store— and we don't say much about it. But it is another' niio'thod-^i'' keeping TIJEJ (^UBISCJHLLES STORE abreast with the best stores in nor$i *. .Iowa. •;'.'"' i ' . ' v -; .-:-'•: rV- • . " ; - ; ; -,-. !":; •"••';"... ',' '"'. ; ' ,-.' 'Wt We have, completely and thoroughly remodeled oujr store basement, <A c' was put up— new, permanent shelving was installed — a clean, modern f room was made— departments were set wp for .each fixture and article ^ the stQiPe-^.thjj w«Us were cemented— -ths pipes insulated— and the whole nient wa§ given ft bright new cqatof paint , y , floor, furnace and all. ; We are very Rroud of the improvement and as we h,ave sajdj although ? it seen by the pijlbiic, it is still our way : of keeping jjuii TC.yepr-old business up'tp< date and mQ^jern enough so thai you will (be insured of ,ihe heft merchandise a| ' •' ' basement is always open fqi- inspection and we woHd? dejighted to to anyone, Always come in to THE CHSEJSCUII^ES STQRE an4 know 1 J ihjt y«l« are bwyiwg mont to the roof, rjiw-' i S ; I 33ii : © , • , - - ' ,, ••,'• --' " .-.- • • '•, .-- i V-->..'- ";- :: .--ff -!#---> •"• • .''V-'.iV'•"•-'--".-•.--•-•• .-;i- *JT--,t3-- }| if

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