The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 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 10, 1946
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t' ft. ' To Rebuild A Home Irvington: Lewis Scheppmann has decided to tear down the house on the old Cunningham farm and completely rebuild 11 lhaking it all modern. The Scheppmanns will move here on March 1. SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFF MANN of Minneapolis, Minnesota will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in Algona, Iowa, at the Hotel Algona, on Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 10 a. m to 3 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. I have specialized in the field of Rupture Shield service since 1928. I have fitted thousands of Chses in the United States during this lime. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in your community. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it clone right, don't cxneriment. See Hoffmann." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 520 Masonic Temple Minneapolis 2, Minn. Want Ads FOR SALE OR TRADE for car, a 1938 Ford truck, grain and gravel box. Carl Grisham, 5 miles south Hobart and one west or phone 16-F24. 24w36" FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire fait boars, also 2 or 3 of our herd 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« HIGHEST PRICES paid for late model used cars. Free information on OPA celling. Hoenk Motors. West of court house. - 36 FOR SALE: Baled prairie hay. Starting,to bale Monday, Sept. 9. Louis Scheppnaann, Irvington. 11W36 ALttONA WPEft DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. Iowa, 11 on 88. . 34-56$ ness in city of Algona and west • - - Kossuth'County, (Permanent -if you are a hustler. For particulars write" Rawleigh's, Dept. 1A1-11* l03,.Frceport, 111. 27W36* FOR SALE: 8-plece dining room suite In good condition. 1 Vf miles south of.Titonka on St. Highway 226.'Mrs. Frank StangSr. ' 21w36 SALE: 6 Purebred Brown Swiss 'heifers, 3, to 18 months old. Jess Huff, LuVerne'. 15W36-37* FOR SALE: Cur bumper, new. Kossuth County Implement Store. 9w36 FOR SALT: Tenant house, 12x20'; hay and manure loader combination for H or M tractor. Bartlett Bros., Tilonka. 1 16W36-* FOR SALE: Three good building lots; some potatoes; and poultry house, 16x20', almost new. See mfc Saturday or Sunday as I am in town then. Two blocks east of Diagonal Grocery. Otto Esscr. 32w36'» JUST RECEIVED! One dozen electric dairy water heaters, 10 to 18 gal. capacity. Free trial on your farm. Pratt Electric Co. 21w36 FOR SALE: Modern G-rofcm house in Whi'ltemore. Call or see race Muller, Whitlemore, Iowa 15w36 FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown ln.'| Expert Inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-'8tf CAN SPRAY chicken and hog houses on short notice. Phone 225, West Bend. Russell Doyle. 13w34-37* FOR SALE: Round oak table and six chairs. Three pairs of wine drapes and cranes. Phone 253-J or call at 500 South Jerome St., after' 5:30 p. m. 36 FOR SALE: South Bend two-tone mallable range in good condition. J. H. Schroeder, Burl, la. 14w36* FOR SALE: White hullcss popcorn, shelled, cleaned and guaranteed to pop. lOc Ib. Clinton Rath. LuVerne. 16w36* WE PAY TOP CASH pr'ce for used cars and trucks. All makes and models wanted. W. E. Lev. Lakota, la. 19w36-37 FERTILIZER We will have a oar of hard-lir/rcl 2-12-0 fertilizer on track soon. Give us your orders for delivery off the car. BINDER TWINE We have a few bales of Plvmoulli binder twine. Funning Mills For Rent ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. PHONE 257 FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls serviceable age, also a few T>od grade bulls. Joseph A. Skow. Wesley. * 16w35-3G* WANTED AT ONCE * ViiCHiit l^ots—Houses—Acri'fiij'cs—Store Buildings Now is (lie lime In sell that vacant lot or house. We have a Inrae number of waiting, prospects waniint," to build or bu.v a home. List that property with us today for a ready cash sale I'lione •")•"> or call at our office C. R. LaBarre 51-54 FOR SALE: Furnace-stvle conl heater, 2 years Old. Clarence Bcirsteclt, Fenton. 12w36* PAINT CLOSE OUT! Due to remodeling we have a surplus of interior gloss paint in assorted colors, floor enamel and mixed paint. This is regular $3 gallon, but for this clnse-out will go at only $1 per gal. Coast-to-Coast Store, Algona. 40w36 HOUSE FOR SALE: 314 S. Minn. 8 rooms with sleeping -porch. See Douglas Wildin. 12w3G-37* FOR SALE: Regular Farmall 'tractor on rubber in good condition. Also cultivator. Five miles north, mile cast of Whlltemore. Lorenz Vigdal. 21w36 !) NEW HONEY for sale. 1946 crop. Hoenk Motors, west of courthouse. . Ilw36 FOR SALE: 160 acres improved, 4'» ini. from town, on good road, all wcbster soil, all tillable, possession. This farm is priced right for a home or investment. Edw. Capesius, Algona, Iowa. 32W3I)* FOR SALE: Tomatoes at $1.50 per bu. Bring container. Wienei- Garden, Burt. 12w35 FOR SALE: 14x28 wood stave, silo. New steel shoot and rebuilt door frame. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 16w35-36° FOR SALE: 275 White Rock pullets. G. H. Whitmore, Burt, THIRD CUTTING alfalfa for sale. Will bale Sept*. 11 or 12, Tom Sampsoin, Algona. ; .".- 14w36* For Rent . FOR RENT: A large heated room at 821 E. Call, Algona. Ilw36* WANTED WANTED One good reason why you should fail to see one performance .of the biggest rodeo In the history of Kossuth county. ' , TWO BIO SHOWS 8 p. in. Saturday, Sept. 14 2 p. tn. Sunday, Sept. IS at the Kossuth Fairgrounds Algona, Iowa Presented by Midwest Rodeo ,Co Sponsored by'the Algona V. F. W. and American Legion. • ,36* WANTED: Single man to work on farm by month or year. Alfred H. Meyer, Whittemore. 14w36* WANTED: One F-20 attachment to mount 2M picker ofl F,-20 tractor. Algona Implement Co. 14w3<5 IMMEDIATE OPENING. Good v Watkins route in city of Algona. Car, experience, investment unnecessary. Average income $45 weekly. Largest company, best known household products, biggest demand. Watkins Co., D-66, Winona, Minn. 36* WANT TO TRADE: 37 V-8 truck with new engine, gpyd grain box—for pick up or oaW t [703 S. Jerome St., Algona. k "'•" 20w36'- TAKE TWO to Iowa City Septem- 'ber 15tH. •'Tel. 2fl88f;i LuVerne, Aaron Steussy. •: I ( ( H'l.llw36 SALESGIRL WANTED: Full tims permanent position.,,. Must be over 18 yiears old. Briftir'referenc-'' es. Ben Franklin StbrV' M; 17w36 WANTED: Custom baling. Cas<J slicer. Mcrton Christensen, A1-, gona, Iowa. Phone 30-F14. Ilw36' : ' WANTED: Custom combining, new combine, first come first served. Clyde Priebe, 3M: miles east, 3 miles north of Algona. 19w36-37* WANT TO RENT'/- 80 up to 320 acre farm. Havet ractor machinery. Inquire at Upper Des Moines. 16w35-37* WANTED: 5 or 6 tons good cow', hay, prefer baled. Box 188 or, phone 421fl, LuVerne, Iowa. ! 17w30 ; WANTED: Drainage ditch work; and tile laying for draglines.i Empire Contractors Inc., 910 South- lUth St., Omaha 5, Nebraska. WANTED: Single" man" 18'-'to 35 preferred to work-in, 1 hatchery and produce. Year round job. Good wages. Hamilton Hatehefyj'-Tl- tpnka, Iowa. ' :i ',;''• 22w36 WANT TO ,RENT: Hausfr.-Veteran, aivt family. Immediately. Phone 541-W, Algona, '.'.':' WANTED: Man for Rawleigh busi" '-. ' ' • '• ' ' .ill! ' Your New Fall Hat IT'S HERE NOW . . . YOU'LL LIKE IT! From the Nation's Finest Makers Dobbs. ..... Caxton. ..... Stevens. $ 6P Economy $ 3^ Zelan Sports . . . $ 1^- $ 3 Rich new shades of Coco, Blue, Brown Dawn Gray A Shape and Shade for Every Face. Look at Your Hat, ,, . EVERYBODY ELSE DOES HUB Clothiers WANTED: A small fartiily wants a woman for part time-household help. Call 62-W, Algona. 16w36 WANTED: ' Housekeeping ,job. Nina Tapp, Swea City, phone 24. 7w35-36« WANTED: Woman for general work, Write or call HahcOck County Home,'Garner, Iowa. < 13w36-30 WANTED: Furnished apartment in Algona by Icotber 1st,'{Wo sdults. Don H. Htitchins, phone 832-J. ' 14W35-3S* FEMALE HELP WANTED: For handling eggs and dressed poultry; Apply Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa. 14w35-37 MALE HELP WANTED to hefp with poultry feeding, dressing, and grading. Apply Swift & Co tf Algona, Iowa. !6w35-37 WANTED: Combining. $4 an acre. Have a,new self-propelled combine. 2 miles east, mile north, mile east of Algona or call 4F3, Earl Zeigler, 25w35-36'' : WANTED: Position by man as housekeeper for bachtlor or widower. Capable .of taking' complete change,of farm or city home. Address Roy Hilton, Algona.. 25w368' WANTED: 'TWO men. Norton Machine Wo|-j{s, Algona.. / 7w36 MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE: VERY LOW COST HOME -LOANS TO BUY, BUILD, REMODEL, REFINANCE. VETERANS "G. f." LOANS FOR HOMES. L?iT US EXPLAIN OUR SIMPLE FULL OPTION LONG TERM LOAN PLAN TO' YOU. CALL AT OUR OFFICE TODAY OR PHONE 55. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 43w36tf INLAID LINOLEUM, .Linowall tile; laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Sugpfy Co,,, phone 275, Algona. lfl-3-Btf RECORDS —'All the new, releases. Needles, albums, Kossuth Radio & Electric. Algols,'Iowa. SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farhiSj loans, drainage surveying a+id"estimates on tile. Phil J, Kohlhaas, phone 22» Algona. tf Exchange ttept. Basement . Good tJsed Furniture , Dining roorn—Living room suites Breakfast sets. Buffets, Sadlos tmd Washers, FURNITURE FLOOR SANDING and Refinlsh- ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg.. Supply. Co., phone 275, Algona. 17-3-8tf INSURANCE •Better Rates Better Service L. ». BOHANNON Over S. &' L. Store Phone 103 • • 17w32tf NOTICE: Very low'cost home loans' to buy, build, remodel, refinance.' Veterans "OI" loans for homes. Let us'explain .our simple full op'tlbn Jong term loan-fran, to ,/lJU. Call at, 6Uf office 1 tfcdayW phorte 65. AJgonfl ,F6defal Savings and Loan-Assn. ' 35t£ CAttto 6» THANKS We wish \o''eJtpress'"our htfatflfalt thanks to-our friends and neighbors for the rriany acts of kindness shown us nt'the death of out,be* loved daughter and grartddaUgh- ter. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Tripp and family and Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Trlpp and daughter. ! 42w36* CARb OE.THANKS ^ We Wishlo thank our friends and neighbors for the beautiful'flow- ers attfl the many Mildnesses, extended to us at the time " 'of the 'death of our beloved father. 'Mrs. P. M. Sarohet and family. 33w36-' CARD Of THANKS We Wish,to-thank-all bur frleh'ds for 'the .beautiful floral offerings and for the thoughtful expressions extended to us at the, tirne of our recen :>bei'eaverrient. The.' Fa'Ulstlck children.. ;1 , '} ,30w36^ CARD OF We wish to tttanlt, our. friends FLASHLIGHT BATTERY Our reg. low price, 8c ea. \ ' .Sale Price i* for Tiger No. 2 battery. Fits most standard flashlights. - The Friendly Store ' ' ' '' ' '. 1ft,-: , > t • ••><•>' and neighbors, for*, IholK •kindnesses lt> us MMwhlg' oUi 1 ffej 'cent acddont. we af(5 etitldfeiatfifi gratefu} to thbso who nttawfcd Id our fftfm chores. Mr-, and Mfs. ,P. W. Koilasch. ti , > ; , " DANCES -' .?.•: *t - 1 ' ;; /.'. BANCROPt FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 TINY LITTLE Tuesday, Sept. 17 Admmissioh $1 tax incl. GLAMOUR IN A PRACTICAL ?(• • f. • •.., -jv .-*':• . -.•.'--,•••-A. •.>,••••»£ - ^--.-v •.•.-••• ,.:•. - cv ' - /. N :• ..; • M tpBOR • ^ •• ' ' • .,-....'... EIN— T h esfe S mart N e w '-.«. ';.'- ... ! ' ^ -. '» Fur Trimmed Coats Give You Both Style , and Comfort. * '• ' '•.••There's nothing smarter, more :, practical than a SWANS- DOWN or JAUNTY JUNIOR , COAT for these coljl north- Iowa winters. You'll get a real 1 ! thrill out of owning one of these distinctive, highly styled yet warm, wooly coats—so full of style and yet so utterly useful. We are showing a fine selection of these nationally advertised coats and suits at this time and if you are a thrifty buyer, you won't wai^ long before owning one. Come in this week while size and color ranges are complete and while you still have plenty to choose from. are very reasonable too — from $35,00 to $49,00 for the untrimmed models fend over $100 for the fur trimmed ones, ' risc .) .. f*..' >.

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