The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 29, 1946
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PAGE EIGHT. ALOONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA, m Men! Head For The HUB For Your New HAT Featuring the DOBBS HAT And Other Famous Makes Thr snap-brim, narrow band smooth fur felt is the ha* most men arc selecting thlr. fall — but wr have a selection now that offert " hut to FIT your head and your face! Colors? Yes — Brown, Tan, Green or Blue — take your pick. Come in and set under a HUB hat — you'll like the smart shapes and comfortable weights! Men's Gloves The HUB has a counter-full of Men's Gloves! It's one of our best and most complete selections of lined and unlined gloves in years — you can pick »nc choose! Get a pair before nippy weather nips your hands. The HUB Clothiers LEUfHOLD'WJLUAMS CO. JMf ' ' •'•':' i tf • 1' A 1 ' Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charfe 3Sc for 14 words or less. When paid with order, So per word; when charted, 40 per word. Blind ads 25« eitra. FOR SALE EVERGREENS for sale at half price. Also a 1 good wide-tired farm Wagon.- Ortoh Fruit Farfn. 16w43 .FIRST HATCH Jan. 25 or sooner. Order early. Get the early order discount. White Leghorns, White Rocks. -New Hamps,: New Hamp- Leg Cross. Sexed ,or straight run. Nealy Hatchery, Burt. 30w43-44*: FOR SALE: Spotted Poland China •boars. Right type and 'breeding. Sired by Modern Boy and Bright Diamond. New blood lines. Vaccinated. O. T. Oherland, Lone Rock, IVa mi. N., 1-l.i E. 31w41-44" FOR SALE—Two lots in Irvington, house has 'been moved but iJ6x28 basement remains, deep well, 75-gallon cistern full, barn and chicken house.' : $800. Call 734-W. 27w43 tt FOR SALE: 25 head P. B, Duroc boars. Sired by son of Low Set, Iowa's Grand Champion. Extra tiualjty. March 'fa.rrow. A. -H. Strecler, 4'/2 N., 3 mi. E. Renwick. •• ,.;.. 25w40-43' 5 FOR SALE: Duroc boars. Matt Weydert, Livermore,. 4 milci straight west of LuVerne. 13W39-44" 1 FOR SALE—Good '32 Ford with 35 V-8 motor. See David'Truel- esn, %Bill Bc,sch, first corner er/t of Whitleniore on old 18. J,fc mile north. . ' 26W43* FOR.SALE—Warm Morning cabinet type coal heater, A-1 condition. C. A: Geilenfeld. Phone 843-W, Algona. 15w43~:, $25800. 160 acres. Improved, near Bancroft, $24000; 160 acres, improved, near Lakota, $20060. 120 acres, improved, near Thompson, $1D200. 80 acres, improved, near Lakota. , $10000. 75 acres, Improved, near Lons Rdck, $12000. 144 acres, unimproved, near Lakota, $20800. 120 acres, unimproved, near Ledyard. $17400. 80 acres, unimproved, near Lakota, $9600. I. E. Wortman, Realtor, Lakotn. Iowa. . • 74w43-44 FOR SALE: New Lester Gulbranson Kihible spinets. Also reconditioned used pianos. Armstrong Piano Go,. Spencer, Iowa. 14W41-44* FOR SALE: Eagle -water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. - 20-3-8U FOR SALE— -7 piece walnut dining room set. 'Ivory Monarch kitchen .range. Combination . desk and bookcase. • Roy Pittman. 3 miles east on McGregor St. Road. * ' '" , 25w43* , 'FARMS FOR'SALE ~ 319 acres, improved, near Titonka, . $24000 , • 220 acres, 'improved, near Rake, •$28000. I 178 acres,- improved, near Lakota, FOR SALE: Six room house, four lots in Burt. "Would trade for house in Algona. Gordon Giddings, Burt. lBw41-43» FOR SALE — Registered Hampshire fall boars, also 2 or 3 of our herd boars. Only a few of these big ru.sged boars. We have a good offering of spring boars. Special prices on those not perfectly marked if taken soon. Joseph A. Skow. Wesley. 43w43-46 t FOR SALE: Quality registered Spotted- Poland Chinas, spring and fall' year boars, sired by Streamliner Ace, a tnp son of StreamHher. The low down casv redoing kind. NPW blood for old customers', BcH S. Ocerdcs & Snn, 3>-4 miles «outh, ]'/<• cast of Lakota. ' - 43wtltt FOR SALE—Little Genuius 2-12" tractor-plow. A-l. Jess Dugnn. 4 west Vj' south Burt. 16w43' : ' wlch elevator, suitable for stationary use. 125 ft. 2" well pipe. Chris Long. 3 -mi. south 1 '/4 west Algona. 22w43* FOR SALE 120 A. level webster soil, well drained, with crib only, low taxes, near Algona. $165. 160 A, Wesley twp., Well improved, high state of cultivation. $225. Acreage, in Algona, house and chicken house. $4500. Paul M. Seeley, Algona 42W43* 1 WARM MORNING COAL HEAT- ers. We Just receive'd .the new Cabinet 'Model Warm Morning heater with built in draft control. This is the most ''efficient heater made. Raesly Lumber Co., phone 234, 31w43-44 FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Poland China boar, weight about 300 Itos. Priced reasonably. Ottowa tractor saw, like new to fit John Deere tractor. Fred-DeVrles, Rt. 2, Titonka, phone 3-F.48. 28w43-44* FOR SALE— 6-room house, not far oiit, sewer and water, no furnace, owner determnied to sell- S4500. See Joel M. Herbst, Reol Estate & Ins. 24w43 FOR SALE — 2-story, 4-room hnnsc. 16x24. S600. Can be made in'-i n rref h^mc •»'Mh some repair. "Mrs. M. G. Schrader. nhnno J4-F13. Algnna. 24w43''' *F .vCTRir WIRE inside 14-?. 12-2,-outside 1 and 10. Nm'v Hdw.-Hateheriv Burt. 14w43' : ' AVAILABLE THIS WEEK THE LATEST POPULAR IITTS Here's a Newcomer That Promises to Be a Biff Hit! "EITHER IT'S LOVE OR IT ISN'T' 1 —The Pied Pipers "The Way That the Wind Blows Tonight"—Dinah Shore. 'Ntjfht and Day"—Bine Crosby. 'Put That K'ss Back Where You Found It"—Benny Goodman. "The Old Lamp Lighter"— 'Sammy Kaye. "The Best Man" — King Cole Trio. "It's The Talk Of The Town"— Bing Crosby "My Heart Belongs To Daddy" —Mary Martin. "The Coffee Song"—Frank Sinatra "Intermission Riff"—Stan Kenton "Artistry in Boofflc" — Stan Kcnton "Old Man River" — The Pic<| Pipers "Pig-Foot Pete"—Freddie Slats "Aren't You Kind of Glad We Did"—Peggie Lee "Apple Blossom Time" — Jo Stafford "This Is Always"—Harry James "Walkln' Away With My Heart" —Betty Button "You Call It Madness"—Kins Cole Trio "The Gypsy"—Sammy Kaye "I Guess I'll Get the Papers and Go. Home"—Lcs Brown "On the Board Walk" — The Charioteers LIKE COWBOY SONGS? "When You Leave Pon't Slam The poor"—Tex Ritter. Kossuth Radio (In Pratt Electric) FOR SALE—5-room house, 20x28 approximately, to be moved. Lasted 5 rni. .couth nriH 2 ml. west of Algona. See P. .T. Kohlhaas. Al- snna. or call C. K. Kohlha«=. Liv- crmore. ' 2&w43° FOH SAT F—'50 Wh'te Rr-k l<i"- ine pullets. Paul L'.ndholm. n'v 3-F12, Algona: 12w43" FOR SALE:- Poland China boars. These hoars -the right tvoe and K.)<'n'r,nallt". 4 m 1 . we'-* '4 sont'i Burt. Je?s Dugan. 22w42-49° FOR SALE—Electric irpner and stand. Radio Victrola 'combination and records. Davenport. Porcelain table cabinet with sugar and flour compartment. Love scat. Mrs. Floyd Bacon, Burt, phone 17-98. 30W43 •• FOR SALE—Circulating- coal and wood heater. Peter Thilges, Bode. ; 10w43" FOR SALE—1934 Chevrolet truck, long 'Wheel base, gopd running order. Inquire Upper Des Moines. 14w43' : ' FOR SAUF, — Entire herd of 13 Shorthorn milk cow's.- Maynard Jensen, 2 west, % -north Swea C i ty . 16w43-44* FOR SALF—1035 Chevrolet standard. Phil Reiffer, McGregor street west across'.river. 12w43" FOR SALE — 4-wheel trailer, 4:50x21 tires. 1 new tire. Harold Angus '/ ! > west, M> north Burt. 15w43* FOR SALE—Kerosene stove, good condit'on. One mile north Burt. S H. Arndorfer. • • 12w43* FOR SALE — Purebred Duroc boars. John R. Alke,<2 miles SE Corwith, iphone 7-F1. 15w43"' FOR SALE — Berkshire boars. George Grein, St. Benedict. 43-45'* FOR SALE—Used Bros Stoker, ; ,8tf Ib. capacity. Irons Plumb- ini? and Heating Shop. 812 'East McGregor St. Haggard & Peter- Corn stalk' lifter. .W. H. Meyer", Algeria, phone 3302, l ' Excl. terr. Calif. cltfarelte. ilghte'rs. Sox 0. Tat^ana, YES, WE ARE SfltL used cars, . trucks and pickups, No need to look f6r a. buyer or 1 advertise, just phone; Us, wfltc U9, 'or drive In. All makes and 'models wanted and WE PAY THE MOST. W. E.- L6y',. Lakota. «tOw4«!i*43 HIGHEST PRICES paid for late model Used cars. Free information on OPA .celling. Hoenk Mpi tors, west of Court ijousq. 43 WiANTED --. To rent "or boy,' 8 room all modern house. Phone 951. . , ' 43 MAN WANTED'. for Rawlelgh business-in West Kossuth Counr ty, where 2317, families received 'good service arid, products sold 25 years. Hustler, can exipect:good profits from' start. Write at once RaWlelgh's, Dept. IAJ-11-207A, Frcepori, '111., or see Hi.Carlson-, R. R. No, 2, Wesley,'Iowa. • -• 41w41-43* SEE ME irpft Real fiargains in iatmSi idihSf drainage surveying aii'd estimates on tile. Phil "J, Kohlhaas, L phoB6 82^ AJlpha. tf Exchahjfc •ff«f|i|i' QOpd l/sed furniture Dlftlhg rodm^LiylHg foofti suites Breakfast sets. Buffets, Radios ""-• "toi ^jjhttH!, •ft- SANfiiNO and ftefinfsh* 'i-tteavy domiherclal equip* * vjr'firtflble /> power plant. •Cowan TOldf^ttpW * Co., phtaj* 275, Algoha, • A »-.^ v i7-3-8tf NOTICES SALESGIRLS. WANTED — r Full time position,- peinhandnt, must be 18 years or older. Ben Franklin Store. . : 15W43 WANTED—Girl- foi< general hpuse-r work. Private/room. Good wages. Needed 'by Nqyembef 10. Phono 480,,Algona/ ;'••'•' '•''-.. ..43-44 WANTED TO BUY: Hatching eggs. We pay. 10q-'.tq 20c per dozen a-bove the top «rade. market, der pending on variety.'.This willpay you a good profit. For further de• I'Js v'rite Strombcrg Hatchery; Fort Dodge, lowa'i '••' • 32w42-44 ACT NOW—To secure' the co'un-i t.y's most profitable small ibusi- ness. One man can ooerate. Write Mr. F. Vi Jam'ison, ; 223 E. Douglas Street, Bloomington, 111...... 24w43 WANTED — Girl .to help i with •housework.' A nice home- with "nor! pay and pleasant living condition?. Telephone' Walnut ,3109, Fort Dodge. Ask, for, Mrs. Glaser. ,".• 23W43 CARP OF THANHS We wish to thank friends and neighbors for the beautiful flowers and the many kindnesses extended- to us at the time-of the death Of our 'beloved.wife and mother. We also wish to thank Rev. Loesch, the pallbearers, and Mr. iMcCut- lough'for .their kind services. George.Schropher -and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pietsch, -. 50w43* CARP OP THANKS Our heartfelt thanks Is extended to all those who helped us In so many ways at the 'time o£ the loss of .pu£.beloved husband and father. Also for the .thoughtful expressions- of sympathy, the many beautiful, : floral offerings . arid memorial- gifts. 'Mrs. Fred Lieb, Arnold, Ella;. ' 43* CARD OF THANKS .We wish • to. express our heart- el'thanks and, appreciation to all those who,helped us in so many STORES WANTFiD: .Hotl?e or .apartmenj furnished or unfurnishec) by January 1 or 'before. Inquire Upper Des Moines. ,' ' ' 15.W43* WAITRESS WANTED. Myers' Cafe, Algona. . ; 43tf , , Wanted • PINSETTERS , , i , '; s\ 6c Vine • ' ; -- Barry's -Recreation 40tf SERVICES SEWERS CLEANED: Electrically. F. P. Dibble, write or phone 95, Clarion, Iowa. 11W37-44' 5 The Algona Upper Des Moines, complete service,'new and renewal. v : -.,. ••• :. ; 39tt TOYS—Lots of- them.- It will pay you to ibuv then enrly this year. Nealy Hardware-Hatcherv, Burt. 1 18w43-44"' FOR SALE — 15-ft. John Deere disc in wood shape. Ted Hilbcrt, 4 west LuVerne. 15w43 :: ' BOARS FOR SALE ""i heari of good Spotted Poland China -boars. Grand and reservo champion at county fair in op^n class. Blue and red ribbon winnows in 4-H. ' ' •'••' -I Orvillf Muller -. 5 mi west on 18, 1 mi. north. ". ' mi. west of Algona. 40w43-44* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc Jer- | sey tooars and gilts. New blood lines. \'- mile south, 4 1 ,;-'west, of ij. a. JBOHA Titonka. Phone Burt. Paul Kruee* Over S. & L.-Store«,,-•' 21w42-48? .... INLAID .LINOLEUM, Llnowall tile; - laid'by experts. Custort work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf er. FOR SALF—Like new a 22 Rem- inston. rifle. Good standard wagon box t on.(Model T trailer. Gas- motor battery charger to charge battery' right in car! Howard Witham, 313 W.' McGregor St.. Algona. • • • ; ' 30w43* COAL—;We have a very good stock of good coal on hand. Better be safe' than sorry. . Get your coal now. Phone 234; Raesly Lumber Co. ' 26w43-44 FOR SALE — Purebred Poland China 'boars. 2 mi. north, 2 east of Whittemore. Phone 2156. Whittemore. T. R. Pickard. 18w43-47* FOR SALF. — Purebred Spotted Poland f'hian hoars. Purebred Chester White boars. Albin Schneider, 2 mi. south Bancroft on 169. 19w43-4B-' FOR SALF — Sandwich waaon hoist. Glenn Zwiefef, phoif- P-F27. Titonka. 11-43" Titonka. 1 Iw43' ; ' FOR SALE—Flared wagon box, 2 years old, like new. R. L, Bernau, 4 mi. west 4Va south Algona. Swift's Ice Cream Pts. 25c Malted Milks 25c Take some home. BARRY'S RECREATION 40Jf FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire boars. Harold Fischer, Burt. 8w40-43* FOR RENT FOR RENT — Sleeping room in modern home. Call Wsfore 2:30 p m 606 S. Thorington. 16W43" LOST LOST—By mistake a dark blue Chesterfield girl's coat was put in the wrong car (Chevrolet) in front of Finn's Bakery, also a pair of .brown shoes in sack. Mrs. Bill Ludwig, 610 So. Phillips St. 43 LOST — BROWN LEATHER .TACKiTT WITH FRINGE TRIM. SIZE 14, PRACTICALLY NEW. RAY BEAMISH, PHONE 885. 15w43 WANTED ^ -• „,,„ „' WANTED TO BUY OR RENT— FOR SALE—32 ft. wooden Sand- — «• Livestock Auction THURSDAY, OCT. 31 Garner, Iowa 1000-CATTLE—1000 Including: 200 good to choice, Montana Hereford yearling steers, wt. 650-800 Ibs. (Due to the stock car shortage, it is possible some of these cattle may not arrive in time for this sale.) 20 good Montana steers, fleshy, wt, 1000 Ibs. 40Q good to choice Montana Hereford steer steer and heifer calves, wt. 300-450 Ibs. These are mountain-bred calves and really the right kind to feed, They will all be sold by the pound. 100 good North Dakota Shorthorn and Hereford feeding cows and heiferettes, wt. 7504000 Ibs, 200-30Q head of native steers and heifers, weighing 500-UOO Ibs. The most of these being very good quality- GARNER SALES CO, Garner, Iowa INSURANCE Better Rates 'Better Service L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 17w32t£ MISCELLANEOUS CLASSIFIED SECTION Flashlight Batteries :..5c Ways titjHfi* .tbU tllrj^aM U»s of b.Uf. beltefyed daU^ffc .'flftd Sister. Also'fttf tft«.'beautiful floral offer* ingfe «htt |he ftiany, Hfttsughfui cattte. Mf. .and Mrs. 'Alb.6m walk ef . i' Wish' td : txpi'ess -niy airtcere lhanlts ahd'-ttJipr^latlbK' 1 t6 my many . friends : «nd relatives Wfere s» kind and thdii^hWul; a also to those wK6 parUcipatM t the geneWiia • ddhatlbfi dtirini th misfortune ot iWy sbn> ; Leand6 Mrs. Irene 'StUder, Wesley, :I&v»i ' ADS' IK NEWSPAPER REACH OVER FAMILIES EACH MOTOR OIL S. A. E. 10, 20 and 30 Per gallon....... 39c ANTI-FBEEZE Per gallon 98c STOVE PIPES G inch, each... 15c P,er square 'yard..;.......'..35c WINDOW PANES 8x10 .inches ....5c AND ON THE SHOPPING TRIP ^__ ^ ^B ^^W!'(f- ^PB s|W> ^^^^P \ Chris ^^\*&"i. $$fo&!&^ *'ij"w' 't^yf : jf&**'s^ wm, . •_' - :...J!-&- *' . Ki?:' 1 a beautiful eow»rt of hekvy,' fflcamlnff sa % - tln _, ' • . or crispi bouffant;taffeta . ,.. or, creamy, \frjifflle lac'e. ' Wh'atcyer 'fabric yotf . choo$c, whatever r style you prefer, -you know,' you'll'tint! the gown . of, your dreams hcfc In. "our Bridal dc- partment. •, .Complete selection' of, bribes- maid's While wo d nor have, a / in - all , f complete . seicqtlon _ sizes aiici materials, .\'jeo usually have at leapt ipN.P prett These pretty drfe'frs-' cs are >H ceiieil under 580 and are COAST-TO-COAST ':. Joe Bloom, Owner - • Kelly Johnson, Mgr. ALGONA We have Ucen receiving lately, large shipments 61 very desirable cotton and rayon dresses which are a little "better" than just a house-dress, These, attractive, well made, perfect fitting frocks are smartly styl- pd and made from print> ed rayons end "Miami floth.s" as well , as fine cotton* including the and

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