The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 15
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WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Farm Management „ . GARLSOM FARM MANAGEMENT COMPANY §«ring Hancock, Humboldt, Palo Alto & Kouuih Counties N. Dodge Phone ENGINEERS (BBBlaBllBBBlgBBBaBBBB^HIIBIHIBIHMBlia^ BB^jl Collins, Thompson and Wlllit Professional Engineers Morton W. Bittinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122 V4 E. State Phone, 1372W Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE •MMMUI^H*M«liHMHMWM*MMMHMMMMMMMMHMM ft ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. LaBarre and R. C. LaBarre Surety Bonds* -All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. * BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan ' 7 N. Dodge Phone 121 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE * N. Dodge St. Phone 10} Home - Automobile - Jj'arm \^ Polio Insurance ', CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone 251W KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in iorce. A home company. Safe, secure. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y MAURICE THOMPSON Insurance For Every Need Service - Savings - Security 610 East McUregor St. _ Phone 1368 HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House Household Doods, and Many Other Forms Phone 93 _ Ted S. Herbst _ ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent lo #a Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor > A. J. RICKLEFS All types, including Life, Accident, and Hospitilization Insurance Phone 354 HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing Siale Farm Ins. Co. 300 E. Elm St. Mgona Phone W AUTO— LIFE— FIRE— HAIL OPTOMETRISTS Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Specialists in Vision 9 East State Phone 564 Hours; 9.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DOCTORS NATtQftAL CASH for sale, in excellent shape; Would cost $750 new. Our Bnce, $200. See it at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. 14tf STAMP PADS, mk, rubbet stamps, Jaters. etc. at the tfppef Des Moines Pub. Cc . office MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D, Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office Ph. 197 Res. Ph. "C. H, CRETZMEYBR. M, D. Surgeon & Physician lOtJ So. Harlan St. Phones: Office, 310; Home 444 J. N, KENEFJCK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 318 W. State Street Office Ph. 300. Res. Ph. 326 JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon IQSVfe Np. Podge—Heise Building Office Ph. 18Q0 — Res. Ph. 1481 ~JOHN W. SCHUTTEB7 M.P. Physician & Surgeon 114 No. Moore, Algona Phones—office 1051 — Res. 1028 UDM Clarified* Pay Dividend* Services WEAVE;'BAG Repair Burns, Moth Mole* Teat* in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 15 E. College Si. Phone 837-W Algona ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classic XOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. State Phone 1190 TELEVISION and RADIO SERVICE When you buy a television set or a radio, you want to know that there is prompt, expert service to back up the sale. That's what you'll get when you buy from GENE'S RADIO & TELEVISION (7 Years Experience) Phone 215-W Algona Across from Norton's Lumber F-R-E-E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires f-^-^-'^*—- 1 -'-^-**'-* j .""•- •'-'.. i-.. See Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phone 520-R, 1008, 1452-W for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms DENTISTS DR. $ARl. B. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Pldg- Office phone 44 Residence phone llo BEAUTICIANS ADVERTISING tn The Upper (is MaUw. rental meif ftfUJferw Kossuth county than apy other publication. REFRIGERATION Repair & Service All Types and Makes of Refrigerators or Freezers COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC Day or Night Service By Expert Repairman with 25 years of experience PROMPT SERVICE Phone Day: 778 Phone Night: 898-J or 412-W BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES •Wesiinghouse & Fjrjgidaire ALGONA QUONSET UTILITY BUILDINGS . IMMEDIATE DELIVERY lotg come in pairs, lour, or Financial " Easily -' MILLER Steel Bulling Co. Phone 1280 Milw. Depsi Plan ClftHi: Bet MoiftM fittti 3c t»et Wofdt, cash in Advanct 6c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Wednesday, 9 a.m. * . * • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week! THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS! Prompt, profitable results are what you Want , , . and what you get . . . when you use UDM low-cost Want Adsl No matter if you're buying, selling or renting property, products or pups — you'll get the best results here. It takes only a few minutes to place your Want Ad. Call or stop in today. PHONE 1100 For Sale FOR SALE — HAY, THIRD cutting alfalfa, excellent for grinding. Bob Buscher, 3»/fe miles .west of Algona on blacktop. 3-4* FOR SALE — ALFALFA HAY, delivered. J. R. Thompson, Burt. 4* FOR SALE — OUR MODERN 3-bedroom home with garage, at 509 E. McGregor St. M. H. Fain. 4 FOR SALE — 1500 BALES OF alfalfa and brome. 55c bale. Raymond Kramer, phone 370-R2. 4* FOR SALE — ESTABLISHED business. Nets over $100 per week. Three days work per week. May be operated from your home. Contact John Ecklin, BUrt. 4" FOR SALE — CHOICE DUROC boar. 3Vj miles north of Sexton, phone 363W, Algona. Robert F. Rain. 4 ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE. 2nd or 3rd cutting. A. F. Van Buren. Phone 387W, Algona. 4* FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE boars of serviceable age. Joe Skow, Wesley. 3-5 FOR SALE —" HEREFORD bulls, serviceable age. Also open heifers. Joe Skow, Wesley. 3-5 FOR-SALE — 40 PUREBRED spotted Poland China bred gilts. Due to farrow in March and April. Also fall boars, Clarence Hock 1 mile north \k east of Gilmore City, Iowa. 2-9 FOR SALE — REGISTERED purebred spotted Poland China boar. Bradley Bros., Phone 714, Algeria. 3tfn. Farms For Sale FARM FOR SALE—IMPROVED 160 A. Eagle Twp., Koss. Co. Well drained, highly productive. Nels J. Anderson, National Farms Co., Algona. Phone 582. 4* Houses For Sale FOR SALE — MODERN HOUSE, large double garage, close in, phone 1323. 3-4 For Rent FOR RENT — 3 ROOM UP- stairs apt. $30.00 per month. Bruce Graham, Burt, • la. phone 96. -2-5* FOR RENT — 4 ROOM UP- stairs apt. located at 619 N. Harlan. Call Mrs Bert Deal, ph. 137W, 4 ROOM FOR RENT — CLOSE-IN. Call at 409 S. Harlan. 4* Wanted WANTED — GOOD GRADE Holstein heifers or young cows. Also Ames seed oats, Bradley Bros., phone 714, Algona. 3tfn WANTED AT ONCE — RAW- leigh Dealer in City of Algona. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. 1AA-51- R., Freeport, 111. 3-5* WANTED AT ONCE — MAN with car for Rawleigh business in City of Algona. Buy on time. Write immediately, to Rawleigh's, Dept. 1AA-51-301, Freeport, 111. 4* Feed and Seed M & M feed Produces Mote fled Meat All M & M Products contain „ "the mote meal factors" Ftee Feed Setvice M. H, FAIN Ph. 1173 Algona SOd E. McGregor 4tf DAIRYMEN—WE HAVE WHAT you need and can prove It. We will help balance your rations. Our dairy ' specialist will come to your farm and help you. Just write to WELCO, Spencer, Iowa, Attn: Mr Wolters, Dairy Specie* list. 3-4-5-6 LOANS A FEDERAL LAND BANK Loan gives a low interest rate, extra service, extra safety. For a Land Bank Loan on your land, see Eugene H. Hatching, Sec.- Tr., Nat'l. Farm Loan Assn., 110 S. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa. ^ 4* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS My heartfelt thanks to relatives and friends for the "calls, cards and gifts received during my hospitalization. Pvt. Marvin Bollinger. 4* CARD OF THANKS Thanks for cards and flowers given to me on my birthday. Mrs Anna Madson. 4* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone who remembered me, with cards, gifts and flowers, while I was in the hospital. Mrs John Origer. 4* CARD OF THANKS Mr and Mrs August Harig want to thank their neighbors and friends that called on them dTnd for all the gifts and cards on their golden wedding anniversary at the Johnson House,'Jan. 13, and also thanks to Evelyn Bode, Merle Ann Harig for their help and to Mr and Mrs Johnson for the beautiful reception. . 4* CARD OF THANKS Our recent sad loss leaves us with grateful hearts toward relatives and friends. Their comforting expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness will always .be remembered. The Ray m6*1 d ,».•?!* i *. ?i__ .,'. " 4* Farm Equipment USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 1—1950 Model WD Allis-Chalmers 1—1949 Model C Allis-Chalmers 1—1940 Model A John Deere 1—1951 Model 30 Massey-Harris 1—1950 VAC Case with two row cultivator and mounted 2-14 plow 1—Ford MANURE SPREADERS 1—John Deere Tractor Spreader 1—No. 12A New Idea Tractor Spreader 1—No. 10 New Idea Spreader MISCELLANEOUS 2—Hammermill Belts 1—Gehl Hammer Mill with new PTO Drive 1—Gehl Hammer Mill 1—John Deere Hammer Mill 1—McCormick-Deering Hammer Mill 1—1950 Four Door Chieftain Pon« tiac Car with Hyd. Drive 1—12 ft, McCormick - Deering Spring Tooth Harrow SPECIAL: 1 new Iowa Cream Separator — 1000 Ib. size. List price was $217.50, now selling at a special reduced price of $169.50 "LINDE IMPLEMENT co. SWEA CITY. IOWA Phone 2-4601 WANTED — USJSD CHROMIUM high chair, good condition. Write Box .67, Algona. 4 WANTED — RELIABLE QIRL for gtiod, full time position in super market. Will train into ex* cellent job. Apply in person. Hood's Super Market, Algona. 4 GUARANTEED STEADY WQRK Call on our customers in your area. Earn $125.00 a week #nd more. Spring line now ready, fto age limit. Full or part tiine. Over 200 items in wearing apparel for every membpy of family (pants, knitted dresses, lingerie, skirts, blouses, slacks, shirts, sweaters, jackets, hosiery). Atrtual nvade-up Camples • furnished, tio invest* mcnt. No experience- geeded. Northwestern Corporation, J8ep,t- A., 403 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis ,Minn. 4* TYPING PAPER" Miscellaneous HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS at Lightweight Prices DIAMONDS SURPLUS STORE Across From Post Office tf CHAS. R. MILLER Rusco Windows, Doors, Awnings Res. Phone 74I-W After 6 Display at 116 S. Dodge St. Itfn N-O-T-I-C-E We make Name Tapes, Covered Buttons, Buckles. Belts, and Buttonholes in our store. <— NORTH JOWA SEWWG MACHINE CO. Algona. it ^» ^- ^ »• • • - — 4 va i •« ^ Liverniore The Legion Auxiliary . met Monday evening. Mrs Louis Behounek conducted the business meeting. The remainder of thf evening was spent in playing Bunco. Refreshments were seived by Mrs George Foth, Mrs Zeak Smith, Mrs Donald Andersen and Mrs Norman Scott . Mrs John O. Hansefl and Mrs James TraUger were joint hostesses to the Frog Hollow club at the Hansen home Tuesday afternoon. . Mrs Bernard Wolfe of Lu- Vcrne gave a demonstration. Mrs Karl Baessler was hostess to the Past Matrons Club at luncheon Friday afternoon with, Mrs Guy Raney and Mrs Edna Goodenough as guests. Following the business meeting the afternoon was spent in playing five hundred. High prize went to Mrs Jessamine Miller. Other, prizes went to Mrs Edna Goodenough, Mrs Bill King and Mrs Leilia Raney. Mrs Edna Goodenough entertained the 20th Century Club members. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Dorothy Malkmus . The following ladies gathered at the home of Mrs Vernon Kramer Friday afternoon in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Kramer and Mrs Kenneth Layton, Mrs Nessa, Mrs James Lampke, Mrs Myron Dudley, Mrs Ralph Hoi- linger, Mrs Joan Wood,, Mrs Ole Sittler, Mrs Harry Rutz, Mrs John Renquist, Mrs Ernest Raney, Mrs John Hauck, Mrs Elmer Schreibor, Mrs Bert SchwendemanV ,Mrs Donald Clark and Mrs Dorothy Malkmus. There was ordination of Elders at the church services at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning. Mrs R. W. Beardsley and Fred Pooch were ordained. Mrs Elwood, Rummens and Tommy Kissinger are the new trustees . Ronald Zeimet, who spent a month's furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet left Wednesday for Camp •Pendleton, Calif, where he is stationed . "Mr and Mrs Cletus Streit and family and Mrs Anna Berte and .gnes were Thursday evening inner guests at the Alvin Berte Ipme in honor of,Jhe fourth jlrthday' of their son Steven. WW| Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and three daughters were Sunday dinner guests with his mother, Mrs John Berte in St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Alvin Erpeldihg visited Sunday with their baby daughter, who is a patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Cletus Streit home in honor of the sixth birthday oi their daughter Ruth Ann were Mr and Mrs George Streit and family of Whittemore and Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes . Mrs M. K. Madsen and son Will of Humboldt were Thursday dinner guests at the home of of her daughter, Mrs Kenneth Layton, in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Layton and her daughter' Etdon Manson of Algona was a supper guest Sunday evening at the Harry Bordwell home. Mr and Mrs Allen Darby and Mrs Ramus, of LuVerne were Thursday visitors at the Fred Hintz home. Mr and Mrs Perry Smith of Dunlop spent the weekend herewith her parents, Mr and Mrs Nick Klein. Father P. M. Sturm is spending a few days this week in Chicago, 111. on business. Mrs Esther Hamberger oi Hastings, Neb. who came here on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs Bill Weiss, went to Iowa City Tuesday to spend a few days with her. She is in the University hospital. Randy Fuhrmann, small son of Mr and Mrs Laurence Fuhrmann, has been released from Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge and returned home . Mrs George Foth visited a few days last week with her mother, Mrs Elsbecker and with her sisters, Mrs Bernhardt and Mrs Wolfe in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Mike Kisch were visitors recently with her sister, Mrs Dennis Wagner and son near West Bend. Mrs Edith Johnson, who had been a patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge the past two months following the breaking ol her arm returned home Wednesday. Mrs Martin Miller entertained a foursome at bridge at her home Tuesday afternoon. Following the games refreshments were served. Mrs Izola Hughes entertained ten children at her home Sunday afternoon in honor of the tenth birthday of her daughter Jenny Lynn . BURNED Donald Sidles, an 18-year old Terril farm youth, suffered severe burns about the face, thighs and legs when a gas can he was carrying exploded. It was thought that flames on his rnittens from lighting a tank heater must have ignited the gas can 'he was carrying. FREE! Clip This Ad - Bring It To :'-• -S fU v ...i.-ii ....,;.fe •„,*.,., STAR BALLROOM Dakota City, Iowa GOOD FOR ONE ADMISSION ON Saturday, Jan. 26 Malek Brothers Orchestra MOBILE HOMES We Have EVERY and LARGER SELECTION ol BETTER HOMES on EASIER TERMS COME AND SE6 US it KING'S KOURT Trailer Sales W68STER CITY. iA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 STOCKER and FEEDER CATTLE wpaiBiBpi44iHMMWBiiMiffM»MMMMM«viH»vi*vMiviMiiMiBi*ii«iH*^i»ii | "*i*^ "OPM HUMBOLDT, IOWA -1:00 P.M. LOCATED ON U. S. HIGHWAY 169 — IOWA HIGHWAY 3^. All Paved — On C. & N.W. Railroad and M. & St. L. Railroad 250 Whileface Steer and Heifer Calves 100 Angus and Whiteface Calves — One Consignor 250 Calves and Yearlings — Two Consignors, South Dakota 20 Good Young Local WhUeface Cows to Calf in Spring Plus others we do not know of at this time. However, a phone*c»U later in the week will give you a lot more information. SPECIAL CARLOAD FAT CATTLE SALE Saturday, January 26,1957 1Q:00 A.M. We have had three of these sales, selling about 25 loads each sale. The success of these have been far beyond our expectations. You people with fat cattle will do well to attend a sale for your own information- Next fat cattle sale following this Saturday will be Wedjvesday, February 6, 19(7, and continue each Wednesday from then on starting at 10:00 A.M. Listen to KVFD Friday between 1:15 and 1:45 pjn. for special announcement in regard to our Fat cattle sales on Saturday. We have had s tremendous response to our fat cattle «t)e. It has been far above everyone's expectations. HUMBOLDT LIVESTOCK AUCTION For Information, Call Off. 1 13 dies ui a swd i&4 if i m our Bes. If 8 Thursday, Jan. 24, 195? Algena (la,) Upper Bit M«!n«-7 LIVESTOCK SALE SAT. JANUARY 26 Consigned For This Sold — 40 Head OF Shorthorn Cattle From One Man's Herd, Consisting Of Str. Heifer, 1 Purebred Bull and Cows. Also Several Lots of Good Feeding Hogs Satisfied Customers Are Our Best Advertisement. If You Have Llevstcck To Sell Call Us, We'll Tell You What IPs Worth. WESLEY Liverstock Market Call 2941 WESLEY Place Your Orders Now! By NORTHRUP KING & TWIN-CITY You'll Be Sure of Getting What You Want, When You Want It! Algona Flour & Feed Phone 257 S. Phillips St. THIS SPACE IS YOURS r-R-t-t If You Have Livestock To Sell At Any One Of Our Regular Friday Afternoon Sales Here's All You Have To Do: If you have livestock you intend to sell at our sale, call either this newspaper or our tales barn (phones below) and give your listing, This will be run FREE OF CHARGE in this column every week, Listings must reach the Upper Des Moines newspaper by Tuesday noons. REGULAR SAIIS FRIDAYS START 1 P,M. DAIRY CATTLE SALE WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30 1P-M, These Are All locally Consigned Cattle. Will have buyers for all types of Dairy Cattle. 2 REGISTERED HQLSTEIN BUUS FROM HOWARD SCHOiY HERD Phone 398 - Now - To make, arrangements for having cattle at this sale, REGULAR SAII FRIDAY, JAN, 25, AS USUAl Phone or Mail UtHflg to Upper D0< Moinet Phone 1100, Ajgong, or Algona Sale Barn YUNGEBERG - OUJNN «. MQ0RE

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