The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 20, 1946
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PAGE EIGHT. BURT THEATRE NEWS SHOWS AT 7:00 AND 9:00 P. M. NIGHTLY YES, BURT WILL BE THERE— •\ I'm referrliiff to the Kossuth County Fair, being held '.his week. I understand that the folks around Burt are al- ivays strongly represented at Ihe Fair—and that they carry off their share of the prizes. Well, Algona, we will be there for the Fair, and we folks at Burt invite you up here. Of course, you are always welcome at the Burt Theatre, and I know that you will find Burt hospitality to your liking. So—come up and sec us sometime! Well, here are three more names picked for those FREE shows, on our "get acquainted" plan here at the Burt Theatre. If these 3 gentlemen will call at the box office, they will be admitted to. see any one show FREE. Ready? Here goes— FLOYD RIEBHOFF Burt J. P. STEVEN Burt M. J. TRUNKHILL Burt We've got some 'nice pictures on (he schedule at the Burt' Theatre, and we invite all of you to sec them. FRANK A. PERRY Manager COMING SnOWS AT BURT THEATRE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY August Zl and. 22 A Big. Hilarious Laugh Riot! SEE The Stars of Your Favorite Radio Program in "HOW DO YOU DO" Starring The Mad Russian Harry Von Zell Cheryl Walker FRIDAY AND SATURDAY August 23 and 24 ZANE GREY'S STORY! For All You Lovers of Real Good Old-Time Rootiu', Tootin' Westerns "UNDER THE LIGHT OF THE WESTERN STARS" SUNDAY ANP MONDAY August 25 and 26 Come and Spend Your "WEEKEND AT THE WALDORF" At This Theatre! With These Bic Name Starsr LANA TURNER VAN JOHNSON GINGER ROGERS EDWARD ARNOLD It's » Honey! ?4 ATTEND RICH FAMILY REUNION Four Corners: The annual Rich reunion was held at the Call state park a week ago last Sunday, with 74 present. Attending were Mrs. Violet Walker, sons Raymond, Merlin and Dnr- Wdod. Mr| and Mrs. Robert Walker, Mary and Jerry; the Cecil Bjustroms and Rex Swansons, Whittemore; the Lewis Broes- ders, Irviragton; the Orville Hold- rens; Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and June, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Campncy and the Leo Sabin family. Mrs. Nettie Rich, Glen Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Mr. and Mrs. George Rich and daughter and a small brother of Mrs, Rich, Betty Lou and Doris Drayton, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Findeman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, Thos. and Rose Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gappa, and Phyllis Rich and Wm. Lamuth, Des Moines. The reunion is held on the second Sunday in August each year. Mrs. Wm. Drayton being in barge this year. Mr. and Mrs. Acijclt Meyers verc Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Alexander. Phyllis, daughter of the Edward Riches, and William, son of Matt of Algona, spent the Weekend with the Rich's. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drayton returned last week from a two Weeks vacation in Wisconsin with Will's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Drayton. Mrs. Ida Nickerson returned home with her daughter Mrs. Arthur Alexander, Friday afternoon. She remained until Saturday night; "when she Returned home. Mrs. Nettie Rich bought a new pressure cooker last week Friday. She planned to try it out at the home of her dauehter-in- law's. Mrs. Walter Rich's canning sweet 'Corn Friday afte'r- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander, Joan and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and son Doug spent a week fishing at Hackensack and Leech Lake, Minn. They left August 4 and returned home on .the llth. The group caught many" fish and had a delightful time. Mr. and Mrs. -Chester Robinson, Mrs. Robinson's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Rickabaugh of Harris, Iowa, and her sister Mrs. Leo Deinuth spent a week in the Black Hills, S.' D. On the way out they stopped at. the home of Mrs. Robinson's sister in South Dakota. The Robinsons returned this week. To Picnic At Elmore Burt: Members of the Fort- nichtly club will have a picnic dinner at the R. S. John home at Elmore, Minn., Friday. Mrs. John was formerly a member of the club while living in the Burt neighborhood. At K. C. Convention W. A. Barry left last Week for Miami, Fla.. to attend the national convention of the Knights of Co hi in 1 '-, us. being held this week, Aue. 20-22. Bill was elected a state delegntc to the national meet at a recent state conven- 'inn. Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c. for J2 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when chanrc"!, 4c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. For Sale FOR SALE: Two high snide Hoi- stein heifers, one just fresh, other to freshen soon. Henry Mertz, Wesley. 17w33 FOR SALE: '36 Chevrolet truck, grain and stock rack combine. Also Sandwich corn shelter in fail- shape. Nick Wagner, \'z mile north Cresco church. 24w33' : FOR SALE: Ford Model A tudor. See Bob Schoby at Pioneer plant. 12w33 FOR SALE: 1946 Kossuth Farm : Directories, the latest compiled list of Kossuth farmers, whether tenants or owners, and location of (arm. Complete with county map ind pertinent county information, $2.5<X per copy at The Algona Up- p"cr Des.Moiiies.' 32tf FOR SALE:.. New air compressor ; and new air grease gun — 10:{arm or aarago.- New electric outboard motor. One car garage. Kos- sulh Oil Co., Algona. 33-31 FOR SALE: 1937 Ford in good condition and good tires. Phone 26-F121, Aigona. 13w33* FOR SALE: Rat terrier pups. • Ralph Stum<bo, Renwick, Iowa. 9w33° FOR SALE: Improved 229 acre farm, Lac Qui Parle County, Minnesota, undulating land, good black loam ( soil, gravel road to buildings. REA on buildings, 2 wells, good spring, close to school and churches. Also other good buys. Phone 422.T or write Ora A, Wayne, Orlonvillc, Minn. 45w33 FOR SALE: Registered milking Shorthorn bulls, ages from 6 to '•> months. W. G. Kading, phono 3501, Lone Rock. 17w32-33* FOR SALE: Buffet and writing desk. Call 2641, Whittcmorc. Ow33' : ' FOR SALE: 37-80 Harlcy-David- son motorcycle, campletely reconditioned. Herman Platt, Algona. 11W33* OUT STATE resident wants to sol! 80 acres 8 miles >N. E. of Algona. targain for cash and quick sale. V. AT. MnWhortcr, Wellington Hotel, Omaha Nebraska. 32-33* V <~\R SALE: 45 and 60 bushel hog feeders, on skids, originally $60. Vnur nirk to close out at. $20. SARGENT & CO., ALGONA. 22w33 FOR SALE: Two ut.ility*cabine1s and cabinet base. Phone 20-F21, Algona. . 1 Iw33« PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, 1946 AT 1:30 P. M. School house, frame building, 20x32, single roof, wall foundation. It is wired for clcetricity. 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 anil 2 miles west cf Burt. TERMS: Cash or time on yearly basis. A. M. VAN STEENBERGE NORTH IOWA'S GREATEST FAIR __AT— MASON CITY, IOWA Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1, 2 and 3 Featuring BIG TIME AUTO RACES The first big time auto races held since before the war with all the thrills you've been waiting for. Other Great Attractions Before the Grandstand Hanics Hi CurruduTs Stale Fair Ilevieiv — Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. Auto races and vauleviile on Saturday afternoon. Horse races and vaudeville on Sunday afternouu. Second Auto Hace Day—Monday afternoon, >'orth Iowa Horse Show on ,Labor Day night, Clyde Miller's famous rodeo Tuesday afteruoou and evening and * The Great Gem City shows on the midway every afternoon and evening—the newest big-time carnival in showdom. ALGONA trt»t»eit flfes MotNteS, ALCANA FOR SALU: Good black" bftll. Leander* 8eefeld s Wesley. fiw33» FOR SALE: McCorrftick-Deering 2-12 .plow. George Gengler, Whittemore. ' 9w33* FOR SALE: 7-room house, extra large, modern, full basement, just palhtedi in Fenton. H. L. Holldorf. 1&W33-34 FOR SALE: Rock Red pullets, ready to lay. Henry Eisenbarth, LuVerne. ' . ' 11W33" FOR SALE: '.John. Deere 2-14" plow.' L. Scheppfnann, Irvington, Algona phone. Ilw33 n FOR SALEf Two good work horses, well broke, 4 and 8 years old. A. 'M. VanSteenberge, Burt. 16w33" tfOR SALEf 'Eagle water proo; homo insolation, "blown in." Expert inspection* estimating service. Cowah Bldg. Supply Co., phono 275, Algona. 20-3-Btl FOR SALE: Desk dispensers in two sizes for, scotch cellulose tape. Back "oh. the market for the first time since the war. Limited quantity. Algona Upper Des Moines, 29tf FOR SALE: John Deere three bottom plow, 14V Phone 2563. Frank Yoiingwirth, -LuVerne. , 14w33 WANTED CAN SPR^Y'-.chicken . and hog . 'houses on short notice. Phone 125, West .Bend. Russell Doyle. • • ••'.',' ' 13w30-33' : ' WANTED:;'Man -to wbrlt on farm. Gilbert Hargreaves, AlHon;i. 27CF12. '?;• , . .v'l^i;-;.'. I0w33 MAN WANTED: SUppl^establish- ed demand, in heartby.rtiral districts for 'Mineral ,Su{)plement3, DDT Insecticides and :< m&ny other fast-repeating, hoifsehbld a'nd fan n necessities, i Weekly .profits high for hustler.' No investment. Experience not hecess'ary. IVIust have? car. This proposition will appaal to anyone interested in an opportunity to .ibecome independent. Complete information upon request. Write: 'J. R. Watkins Co., 150 Liberty, Winona, Minn. 61w33-34 WANTED: Help. No Sunday work. The Mainliher Cafe. 8w33 ,IRL WANTF,D: For genern', houFCworl^i Top wages. Phone !252. Guy Carlson, Wesley. . ' •. , - 13w33* SALJESMAM • ,.' Rural salesman wanted fe Jtdssutn and Hancock county. Exceptlottal profitable merchandising plan; Write Mr. R. W. Bolt, 31* Evans Road, Waterloo, Iowa. 20w33«§6 MAN WANTED for business in WEST KGSSUTH COUNTY where 2317 families ..r<$i ceived good service and products sAld 25 years. Hustler can expect good profits from start. Write at once Rawleigh's, Dept- IAH-11- 207A, Freeport, 111., or see H. Carlson R. R. No. 2, Wesley, Iowa. 82*34*; SELL US YOUR USED CAR* truck or pickup. We are top buyers in this area. WritCj phone or come in. W. E. Ley, Lakota. Iowa.' 24w33-34 ""MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE The school house whicH Mr. A. M. VanSteenberg advertised last week at public auction has been sold and will not be put up for sale as scheduled on August 24th. 33 SEWERS CLEANED electrically. F. P. Dibble, write or call phone 559-W, Clarion, Iowa. 128-34* iML,/UD LINOLEUM, Linowal) tile, laid by experts. • Custom vork. Cowan Building Supply. 'M., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth County. OLIVE NEEDHAM, Plaintiff, vs. '• " DANIAL NEBDHAM, Defendant., To 'Dnnial Needham, the above niuiieci Defendant: . ; You are hereby notified that a ""ptiticn of the aibove named Plahi^ tiff in the above action is now on file in the Office of the Clerk Of Die afeovc named Court which- Pe'ition prays an absolute divorce on the grounds that the Defendani after marriage has become addicted to habitual drunkenness and has toecn guilty of such cruel and inhuman treatment as to endanger '..he life of t)is -wife. You ;ire also hereby notified to -ij'H'n- before =aid Court at Al- qcna, Kossuth County, Iowa, On or '""•Tiro September 17 1946, and ,i-iin^s you appear your default will be entered and judgment and decree will 'be rendered against you as demanded in Petition. . SHUMWAY. KELLY & FRIS- TPDT. Plaintiff's Attorneys, Al- sonn, Iowa. 32-34 The fur coat business is getting under way at THE CHIHSCHILLES STORE in a decidedly brisk way. Active selling means but one thing — WE HAVE THE GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICES. When you buy an ANNIS fur coat, you are buying the best value available today. when you buy it at this store, you get (he best service possible. Remember, the reputation of the store that sells you your fur coat is important. We have a fine reputation for hon* cfcty and fair dealing, ' At present, we are showing a fine selection of. mink dyed rat (sijes 10 to 40), also moutons, natural muskrat, let-out racoon. Hudson seal. bcaverctte and Australian seal. Come in thi* .week and talk with Mr. Carischlllcs. 9 es All Needles, ai* Hadlo & Electric SEE Mi -*6tt Keftl Safigalfts in ». iartfls.. lObnSr dralhase surveying land ,69titft6t«S ';bti tile, ; Phil .1. fia ,2%, Algona. tf oept. Basement '' '' . Dlnlft* .fo^-^- • fo6hi suites i Radidis rs and Refinish., Ing; He'aVy commerdlal ed.uip- ineht.' Portable power plant, Ccrtvan. Bldg.:'Supply Co., phone 27S, Algehli; 17-3-8M • -.;', ••INSURANCE ' Better (Rate's Better Service • L. S.BOHANNON Over S. &' L.'iStore Phone 103 ; . •.•-.,••':-• • 17W32U LOAMS. FHA ana vet* erans !'QI!V Mans t6 .-paWsfiSs*, rerpdelf; feJlnaiice : homes, i Ai*' gdria Federal Savings & Loan* Algona, Irtwai 30tf SPILLS! AUTO RACES DOMING Algona Fall 4 Grounds LABOR DAY Sponsored by . ALGONA LIONS CLUB GeUQuIck tas* and Comfort ' •' ' ' ' '''- *• ' "'• del a bottle 6f stainless, }„,„>,.-. hi), penetrating Moonfe's EteWaid Oil. The very first • application should give you comforting; relief ;i and a few short treatments convince ll you that you have at last fouM tha way to overcome the intense itching and distress. Moone's Emerald Oil \i is easy and simple to use^grease* /i less - stainless - economical -» pro- *il motes healing/ Ask for M06ne'»' Emerald Oil. Satisfaction of money back-good druggists everywhere. f I < jhVrtfagicunderworld of the sea-fronds ' ^.0fd.«|icote seaweed, coral,'and myriads .;..'.'ijif ijfjiJitHi artfully captured by Textron* -'^ljid/asjicately traced on white rayon ' / "'.;}jaff^o to bring enchantment to your bath'. r:.thi$fh6vyer curtain is water-repellent, 5 xind;Cashable. In favorite bathroom colorsi " (tbrdl;Silver, Red, Blue, Black and Emerald. ' ShoWer Curtains, 6x6 ft -. $4.9.' ' Window; Draperies, 31 x 54 in $9-9" ' " i TpEsa -I ll Chrischilles I 4 •* i\ * It's Not Too Early Mother

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