The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1946 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 3, 1946
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MGE six IT'S 'BACK TO SCHOOL' TODAY TUBS., WJKIV HKl'T. 3-4 Shining STARS/ -' , j Gorqeous GALS! ' ' > -f Tip -Top TU yes/ Terrific TECHNICOLOR. > d^ • Ptlci Hit) • Aim Mowttiy • Spike ta IM-M fttkestii Co-Hit CISCO KID —in—- 'SOl'TH <M-' JI.O>TEK.JKY» TIM'HS., KIM., SAT. Scp(. .">-((-7 Co-Hit YOUR COMEDY KING Of RADIO! Added Aid-actions Cliii|ilcr \"i Serial •MI/NULI-: KAIDERS" Chtipter No. 1 "SCARLKT HOKSK.UAN" sr\., .MON., rri-:s., WED. Sc])t. S-iMO-ll scorrr fEaerr mil TOM fOW£«S MOXTE HALL —In MHAX FH03I KAI\UO\V VALLEY" Mrs. Jenkinson Hosiess— Union: The Busy Bee club met at the home of Mrs. Glen Jenkinson Friday afternoon with members and three guests present. "My Husband's Shortcomings" was the subject of roll call. Guests were Mrs. Leason and daughter Mable of Algona, and Julia Taylor. The next meeting will be on Sept. 13 with Ethel Smith, Bertha Sarchet in charge of the program. Mrs. Kale Annis Hosiess— Twelve old sc.iooJmutes of Mrs. Kate Annis were guests at her home at a dinner and social gathering hist Wednesday. Daughters served the dinner. Attending were Mrs. N. L. Cotton of Lone Rock, Mrs. Will Stoutenberg of Swea City. Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and Mrs. Ed Dittmer, Burt, Mrs. Sadie Schcnck of Minneapolis, Mrs. Clara Zahlten, Mrs. Will Nelson and Mrs. Will Bourne, Mrs. Mamie Steinman and Mrs. Ben Winkle of Algona, and Mrs. Minnie Sarchet of Burt. REPAIRED While You Wait or Same Day Service NICHOLS SHOE REPAIR has an utlclituinnal trained shoe •(•la'rinan—thh enables us to five you QUICKER service. Guarantee.'! \\-orkmanship. Motl- •ra'c prices. Women's Heel Lifts I/fts of primo leather or f'ural-lc comiio.iilion attuchccl lo your slides. While y.oi \\fit or >hop service. Invisible Half Soles The I'arlory method for al- taching soles. Ask about then for flexibility and that "new' .'•hoe appearance. Complete New Heels We can recover your scuf- fc'l or worn heels to look like new. New heels attached to your shoes in any size School Shoes We pride ourerlvcs on the quality of materials used for i hililren's shoes. Stiirdj! leather or durable composition soles used. Work Shoe Repair Men! Ask for our specially treated lealher or durable composition soles for work shoes. They are longer wearing. Men's, Women's, Children's HALF SOLES Genuine Oak Leather or Composition. Shoe Polishes & Laces Banwarl Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keefe and four children of Ainsworth, Ruth Banwart of Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart of Iowa City were dinner guests recently at the parental George Banwart home. Pre-Nuplial Shower— A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower was held Sunday, August 25, at the St. Cecelia's Academy Hall for Miss Alvina Weig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Weig of Wesley, who will be rnar.-ied today to Matt Fisch, son of Mrs. Catherine Fisch of Al- trona. The card game "500" was played by approximately 70 ''nests. High prize was won by Mrs. John Erpelding of Algona; low, by Irene Hanig of Wesley: "id door, bv Velma Hanig of Wesley. Lunch was served by the hostesses. NICHOLS SHOE REPAIR Behind Kent Motor Courtesies for Mrs. Bailey Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. Dennis Goedcrs entertained at a breakfast for Mrs. J. W. Bailey of Ardmore, Pa., who has been visiting here the past week. Other guests were Mesdames Cydney Laird, Howard French, Wendell French, Campbell Humph- '•ev and Fmilv Spencer. Other r -ourlesics for Mrs. Bailey were a luncheon Tuesday, the hostesses being Mrs. Cydney Laird and Mrs. Emil Spencer, and a dinner vcn to Mrs. Howard French at Titonka, Wednesday evening. V-"rren;)tional Ass'n T'le Woman's Association of the Cnn^rerational chu'-ch will meet Thursday, Sept. 5, for a one o'clock luncheon. Devotions will he given by Mrs. Ry<''i Kintigh, j and the program will bo given by Margaret Durant, Mrs. Mar McCull is the chairman. Presbyterian Circles— The woman's circles of th Presbyterian church will mee Thursday afternoon, Sept. 5, a follows: Circle A, Mrs. Glen Stra.yer; Circle B, Mrs. Lyl M tithes; Circle C, Mrs. Wad Hall; Circle D, Mrs. Ralph Brown. The W. S. C. S. of the Metho ••'ist church will meet Thursday Sept. 5, for a 1:15 o'clock lunch eon. Mrs. Ray Davidson, assist ed by Mrs. F. L. Triton, will be the hostesses. Devotions will be piven by Mrs. L. Maasdam and the prof'i-nm is in charge of P/Irs L. J. Malueg. Want Ads For Sale FOR SALE: Used 5th, Oth, anc "nil grade rural school books rs. John Hanselman, 822 E. Call Ph<;ne GK8-J. 19w35< FOR SALE: Dining room furniture, consisting of G all oak chairs with leather scats, table and DLiil^i. Iron .bed and small rock:na chair. 600 E. North. 838-J. 35 FOR SALE: South Western Min nesota, 320 A. Murray county, 2;j.j A. tillable, extra good soil, good bldgs., gr. rd. elect. oy 'houie. Price $87.50 per A. $3500 will handle, long term on oalance. See or write Roy L. Dunn, Cerro Gordo Hotel, Mason. City, iowa. 40w35 FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire fall boars, also 2 or 3 of our iierd boars. Only a few of these big rugged boars. We have a good offering of spring boars. Special prices on those not perfectly marked if taken early. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 43w35-36* FOR SALE: Eagle water prool home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8U" CAN SPRAY chicken and hog 'houses on short notice. Phone 225, West Bend. Russell Doyle. 13w34-37* FOR SALE: Dresses, coats, skirts, sweaters, sizes 8-12. Fruit jars. Marcie Long, 5 E. Call St., Algona. 16w35* FOR SALE: Almost new De- Laval milking machine, magnetic. 'S. H. Arndorfer, 1 mile north of Burt. 34-35* FOR SALE: Electric Victrola, diamond point needle. $30. Mrs,, r , <£ >., r V* ^,;;'f^p^ ALGONA fefcS MOINES, ALGONA IOWA Elof Pearson, Wesley, 1SW35* FOR SALE: Fractional ed 80, a little over orife Mile frofri Lotts Creek store, church, school, cheese factory^ on gravel road. Electricity ..available. Good piece of land and a good buy in a small farm, $12,500. 1. E. Wortman, Lakota. 38w34-35 FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls serviceable age, also a few good grade bulls. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 16w36-36* WANT TO RENT: 80. Up to 320 acre form. Havet factor machinery, Inquire at Upper Des Moines. 1CW35-3 1 ?* HIGH SCHOOL girl wahted Sal- uniays antt-lsuiHiays, George's ~nit\ • , .. .30 WANTED: Drainage ditch WOVK ..i.j Hie laymjs ior draglines. Empire Contractors Inc., 910 South 40th St., Omaha 5, Nebraska. 35tf FOR SALE: Purebred Angus bulls, 9 to 18 months old. Ervin Gerber, Algona, ph. 25-F111. 12w35* FOR SALE: Good low down silage wagon. Also pair spotted colts. W. H. Meyer, Algona, phone 3302, Lone Rock. 17W35* FOR SALE: Tomatoes. $1.50 per bushel. Call Gottlieb Hanselman, LuVerne. 10w35' c FOR SALE: Chase Bros, piano, first class condition. Mrs. Lillie Thompson, Lone Rock. Ilw35* ?OR SALE: 14x28 wood stave silo. New steel shoot and rebuilt door frame. Joseph A. Skow, Wesle3'. 16w35-3G* FOR SALE: 275 White Rock pullets. G. H. Whitmore, Hurt, Iowa, 17 on 88. 34-55$ FOR SALE: 1946 Kossuth Farm Directories, the latest compiled Hst of Kossuth farmers, .whether tenants or owners, and location of farm. Complete with county map and pertinent county Information, $3.50 per copy at The Algona Upper Des Moines. ' : 32tf GIBLETS FOR SALE: ,30c a Ib. George's Cafe. ' 35 For Rent FOR RENT: Moderri .room, close in. Phone 363, Algona. 9w35 '''OR RENT: Sleeping 1-oom. 5 E. Call St., Algona. • 7w35< WANTED: School girl to Work for room and •board. Position good for entire school term, 'Phone G13-W. , 36 : tJoffitoinlng, $4 an acre. • Haves ft neW Self<-propolled comi bind. 2 hiifea feast, mile north, nllle Cast of Algona or ball 4F3, Earl Zelgler. •' 25w35»36''< WANTED: ' $25 n ahd board and room, or will furnish, transporation, George's Cafe. '. 38 WA'Nf feD: Experience not necc«sMry, $18 a week and room and board or transportation furnished. ' Good tips. George's Cafe. . 35 and Reflnish- ing. ' Heavy SommePcial eojuip 1 - ment, Portable power plant. Cowan-Bldg. Supply Co., phofte 275, Algona. 17*3->8H INSURANCE Better'Rales Setter Service"" L. H. I1OHANNON Over S. & L. Store Phone 103 I7w32tf TOWN PJROPERtV LOW 'ISSf LOAfoS, J?HA fi eranSWfManiM W£t| remottel, feflnanei& h6r"' gona federal SaVlngd < Algona,' Iowa, O'mujs: Very IbW cd^t vnomi lo&ns to btty, touild, rfeffibdil, ftS- .fihahce., Vet6faHr"tJl"'10a«s tot homes. Lat us explain ouf Ata&ie full option lortg term lead plan to j<ou. Call at our office taddy-6f phone 83. Algona Ffederal;^"*'-"' and Loan Assn, WANTED: . Telephone operator. Experience not necessary. Apply in 1 person. \ Lone Rock Telephone 7 *' Co. HIGHEST PRICES paid for late model used cars. Free information on OPA ceiling. Hoenk Mo* tors. • 35 SALESMAN Rural salesman wanted in Kossuth and Hancock county. Exceptional profitable merchandising plan. Write Mr. R. W. Bolt, 314 Evans Road, Waterloo, Iowa. v . 20w33-35 WANTED: Housekeeping job. Nina Tapp, Swea City, phone 24. 7W35-36* WANTED: I will do .bean combining this i/Uar. Wm. Decker, Whitlemore, phone 4001, Lone Rock. 14w35* WANTED: Furnished apartment in Algona by Icotber 1st, two ".dults. Don H. Hutchins, phone 832-J. 14w35-36* FEMALE HELP WANTED: For handling eggs and dressed poultry; Apply Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa.. 14w35-37 MALE HELP WANTED to help with poultry feeding, dressing, and grading. Apply Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa. 16w35-37 FOUND: Caf kerfs. Identify and 'pay ad. Up"pef Des Moines., . 36 LOST LOST: A group of keys including Chevrolet car key at Bancrofl 'ball'game. Phone 2-F111, Algona. ., • • ; 16w35 LOST: DOg, black and white rat terrier. .Walter Krause, Lone Rock, phone 412. 13w35* MISCELLANEOUS SEWING' MACHINE REPAIRS Moved to 521 E. State St. Now ready to take, dare of all sewing machine 'troubles. Phone 355-J. H. E. Miner, : Algona. 23w30-' INLAID, TjlNOLEUM, LinoWall tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — AH the new releases. Needles, albums. KossittH,'Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. : "•: •../ ; 47tf SEE ME FOlft'VReal Bargains in farms, loarfs,''drainage surveying and' '.oh, tile Phil .}. Kohlhaas, phbrie 22, Algona. tf Exchange,Dept. Basement ' Good -Used 'Furniture Dining room—^Living room suites • Breakfast sets,.;Buffets, Radios and 'Wpshers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Notice To The Voters Whittemore Township, Kossuth County, Iowa The Board of Directors of Whittemore Town* ship has.directed that the following proposition be submitted to the voters of said Township and by them determined: ' ..'•;. ( Shall the Board of Directors of Whittemore Township, KoSstilli County, Iowa, be authorized to 'sell the school,house and school grounds in sub- district six of Whitt.emorc Township and place the proceeds of such sale in the general fund of said district? . •; .. YEs. : n t ' NO n, Voting to be held at the District No. 7 School i in Whittemore Township , ' SATURDAY, SEPT. 7 1 P. M. to 3 P.>tyt/ Whittemore Township School Board Bertha Ebcrt, £(ec'y. 33-34 SPECIAL 'S SAFE—DRIVE CAREFULLY DEALER NEW VORH: PARTIAL LISTING ANNIS BEAVER DYED MOUTON ANNIS MINK OR SABLE SOUTHERN BACK BLENDED MUSKRAT ANNIS MINK Oq SABLE NORTHERN BACK BLENDED MUSKRAT ANNIS NATURAL GREY SQUIRREL 1 ANNIS BLACK DYED PERSIAN LAMB ANNIS GENUINE BEAVER \ . ANNIS BROWN DYED SQUIRREL 'ANNIS BLACK DYED PERSIAN PAW ', ANNIS BLACK AUSTRALIAN SEAL (DYED CONEY) ANNIS NEW ZEALAND BEAVER i (DYED CONEY-) 4 SO. BODGE ST. Colonial plds t$ Irists t. your i >D! Am |Q up i.\ <>the cra^ Two Days Only Friday and Saturday Sept. 6 and 7 Each coat is an in4ividual masterpiece in fur, the answer to the woman who says,"! want something different." Hereiare luxurious Annis fur coats made of "Cream of the crop'" pelts e^rtly chosen, ingeniously styled by Annis designers, featuring ,«x« citing new trends with the emphasis on SLEEVES, Remember ANNIS FURS bought at this time aie a definite investment, , PAYMENTS ARRANGER FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! tfK, I KS f.j S

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