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^ th the Algom Upper DCS Moiftes reaclteft fnort families it) Kossuth county that in? PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Farm Management CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT COMPANY Serving Hancock* Humboldt, Palo Alio & Kotsuih Counties lia'/a N. Dcdgo Phona 313 ENGINEERS Collins, Thompson and Willis Professional Engineers Morton W. Bittinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 1221,4 E. State Photte 1372W Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY James Kolp Surety Bonds- -Ail Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY. All Lines of Insurance t Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone 121 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE « N. Dodge St, Phone 10] Home • Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone 251W, KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Lola Scuffham, Sec'v MAURICE THOMPSON Insurance .For Every Need Service - Savings - Security 610 East McGregor St. Phone 1368 HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House Household Doods, and Many Other Fornu Phone 93 Ted S. Herbsi ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent lo <va 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 Slate Farm Ins. Co* 300 E. Elm St. Mgona Phpue 8* AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL OPTOMETRISTS Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Specialists in Vision 9 East State Phone §34 Hours: 9.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Clpsed Saturday Afternoons DOCTORS MfiLVlN G. BOURNE. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Mopre St. Office Ph. 197 Res. Ph. 194 Surgeon & Physician , 108 So. Harlah St, Phones: Qlfice. 310; Home J. N. KENEFICK- M. P, Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street on Of lice Fh. 300. Res. Ph. 33 TT< JQSi3»H14W3QNBY Physjcfon & Surgeon. No. Dodge—Heise Bu. Ph. 12Q§ — Res. Ph, M, SCHUTTER, Physipian & Surgeon J14 No. Moore, Algona 1051 «n» DENTISTS ice in Home Federal ' Office -phone 44 Residence phone 118 BEAUTICIANS MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! Upp«t Oei Moiaw, Classified Rates 3c t*et Wow, Cftah HI Advance ac Per Wotd, Charged 30c Minimum Copy Deadline Wednesday, 9 a.m. * * • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week! THB SURE WAY TO TH! FASTEST RESULTSI Prompt, profitable result* are what you want . . . and whtft you get ... when you 'use UDM tow-cost Want Ads! No matter if you're buying, selling or renting property, products' or pupa — you'll get the best results here. It takes only a few minutes to place your Want Ad. Call or Stop m today. ». PHONE 1100 or Sale • FOR SU"LE — RAILROAD scale, good condition; Frigidaire meat display case,, good; 2-story store building, to tear down, salvage good. Robert Dall, Ottosen, la". , 10 FOR SALE — INSTALLED Beauty Shoppe equip. Phone 21941. M. F. Culbertson, Ringsted, la. 10 HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS 3 at Lightweight Prices DIAMONDS SURPLUS STORE Across From Post Office ____^_ _ FOR §ALE — 2 HEAVY DUTY trailers. 2 miles East, Vi north Fenton. Albert Langerman. 9-10* FOR SALE — USED, RECO1?- ditioned Smith - Corona, full keyboard, adding machine. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 9tf CHAS, R. MILLER Rusco Windows, Doors. Awnings Res. Phone 741-W..After, S •Display at 116 S. Dodge St. Itfn The AJgona Upper Des Momu.- has the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publication. ^FORSALE 100 Acres The R. J. (BOB) Stewart Estate located 1 mile west of the Pioneer Seed Corn Plant, at Algona C. A. Recker Adm. Buffalo Center, Iowa 10 ORDER YOUR Hamilton and Westline Chicks °r Ames-In-Cross Hybrids for 1357 Higher Egg Prices ior '57 to '$8 AT HAMILTON HATCHERIES in Wesley - Algona - LuVerne Bancroft •> TUonka 8-IQ42-H.16 MARCH and APRIL CAR SERVICE SPECIAL WASH WAX GREASE SCOBBA'S Farm Equipment SpecUli ALGONA IMPLEMENT APPLIANCES -Used Wettitigttou&e Elec. BARGAIN 11-ft. upHghi Admiral freeser -_ Special $199.85 1—New 10 ft. Admiral refrigera* ( lot .. Special $179.60 ; TRUCKS 1--1J55 Chevrolet C.O.E. truck with pusher axle. IS ft. all* sieel box and Qar-Wood-Sl. Paul hoist used lees than 6 tno». Very sharp $2750. 1—1951 I.M. LIBS truck-tractor with near new fiD-372 engine, air brakes and Slh wheel . $1450. TRACTORS 1—Demonstrator tTlOlty 300 IH ti|cior with, ttvef power and totaue amplifier, '• ;• . 60lbur» .... PRICED BIGHT 1—Farnwll "M" with new M & W sleeves & pistons, rod and main bearings and all new valves, guaranteed A-l. . W-.-!..: —.- $1195.00 1—Super M — A-l & Guaranteed ..I. $1850.00 DISCS 1—Used' 18 ft IH disc. 2—Used 15 ft. IH discs. 1—15 ft. Case disc, A-l. 1—Tandem disc, cheap. MOWERS 1—8 ft. McDrg. bone mower. 1—Mounted 7 ft. mbwer for F-14 or H FarmalL CULTIVATORS 1—No. 8 IH 8V? ft. field cult, on rubber. 1—C254 cult, for "C" tractor, very good, A-l. 1—Cult, for SC Case, cheap. 1—Mpls.-Moline cult. 2-row, bargain. RAKES 1—3-bar New Idea rake, complete overhaul. 2—3-bar I. H. side rakes, good. MISCELLANEOUS 1—J. D. cylinder sheller, complete 1 _ '_$ 50 1—IVj-Z'/i h.p. IH gas engine $ 65 1—Model No, 35$ Se'ars * one man chain saw —.$110 2—IH single unit milker pails complete with pump and pipe line $135 1—46 ft. Sandwich elevator $150 1—Overhead wagon hoist —$ 35 1—Speed jack _ $ 20 1—No. 440 I.H. planter, very good, A-l. 1—4F self-washing cream separator, guaranteed A-l and — ... _.. PRICED TO SELL. 1—50 ft. Hammermill belt. A-l. 1 * » * ALGONA IMPLEMENT Phone 52 1417 Commercial St. USED MACHINERY LIST MISCELLANEOUS 1—John Deere Hammer Mill 1—McCormick-Deering Hammer Mill . 1—Gehl Hammer Mill 1—Gehl Hammer Mill with PTO Drive 1—Hammer Mill Belt 1—14 ft. Case Spring Tooth Harrow I—Five Section Lindsay Flexible Dr.ag 1—Four Section Lindsay Flexible Drag 1—18 ft. John Deere Disc 1—TWO Unit Surge Milker complete with pump and pipeline 1—Four Row Blackhawk Corn Planter with fertilizer attach- monts TRACTORS 1—Oliver 70 I—Ford , 1—18.40 Model A John Deere 1—18W Model 30 Mwe l_48fi WC Allis-Chalmers 1—1949 C Allis-Chalmers 1^1950 WD Allis-Ch»lmers 1^-1956 WD-45 Aim-Chalmers MANURE SPREADERS 1—John Deere Tractor Spreader 1—Case Tractor Spreader l^r-No. 10 New Idea Spreader I—Two Wheel John Deere „ Spreader — like new '" MNOE IMPLEMENT CO. • SWEA CITY. IOWA PHONE 2-4601 Miscellaneous We aitJko Name Tapes. Coveied amipnii Buckles, Belti, «n4 Buttonholes in our store. — WORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. s Algpna. tf Livestock WANTED/ — HOLSTE1N OR Swiss Heifers or cows; alsp want Hereford or Angus calves. Ames or other certified seed oats. Ajso, want baled straw. Bradley Ehros,, phone 707 or 714, Algona. FOR SALE — 10 PUROC GIL'? $, in April, bred to Dufpjc mile east of Lotts Creek - Albert Metzger, Lone FOR SALE— SEVERAL SHORT- able, age, F..J:-:Ki;ull, Suft " ' Girl Scouts Plan Cookie Sale Brownie, Intermediate and Senior Girl Scouts here will hold their annual -cookie sale from March 9 through March 16. It is expected the mountain of mint, sandwich and peanut- butter cookies they have on hand will disappear during the sale. , :,:••• Shown above preparing for the drive, which will include a house-to-house, sale in town, are Siri Nortqn, 14, Mrs Hallard Snyder, Jr., cookie chairman, Sally Bay, 8, and Trudy Bartholomew, 10. The three girls represent the three groups of Girl Scouts participating in the sale. A total of 285 Girl Scouts will participate. ' The girls report there are plenty of each kind of cookie Available, except for the peanut'butter variety, and there's a very limited supply of those favorites on hand. ' , (Upper Des Moines Flashfoto-Engraving) •-•','. ', " For Rent FOR RENT — 6-ROpM HOUSE in St. Benedict with running water. Available after Mar. 17. S,e.e i me,at the Nick Arndorfer residence in St. Benedict. Leo Youngwirth. 9-1Q* FOR RENT — 5 ROOM MOD- ern, half-furnished apt. in Wesley. Martin B. Hamilton. 8-10-12-14 FOR RENT — D-X STATION near Algona. Mid-West Service Co. Vernon E. Jensen, phone 705- W. ' 10 FOR RENT — • IN ALGONA: small 3-room house furnisjieclv Gas heat and garden" spot. Clinton Rath, tone Rock, phone 3513. 10* UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Automotive 10-13* it* SCHULTZ BROS. Used Cars • . • * 1953 Siudebaker Champion 4-dr., radio, heater, overdrive., 1952 Plymouth hardtop, radio, healer, whUewall tires. 1951 Studebaker Charnpion 4-dr., radio, heater, overdrive. 1950 Buick Special 4 -door, radio, heater, 42,000 actual miles. 1949 Studehaker 1 T. pickup with ftock rack. Farmall C« factor with cult., good condition. 193$ International I T. truck with stock rack. •. 1 * • •» SCHULTZ BROS. So. PhUiips St. Phon* 875.R • _ Algona _ The Cream of the Crop in U-S-E-D C-A-R-S . .. . Taylor Mercury •* * . <5 ' 1954 BUICK super hardtop, radio, heafc»f, very nice. 195,4 MEjRCURY 4.qY, radio, hfliat^, , qiercoqiatic, v«ry nfce. 1953 OLDSM06ILE Super 89, powtr »Je«ring, power brakes^ KydtamfVc, radio/ heater, 2-tone. 1953 MERCURY 4-dr., radio, beat«r, overdrive/cleanest yet, 1951 CHfVRmsr bardtof, ppwer . pjjdt f radio, ht o»- «r, ntw tlrw- • 1950 FORD J-dr., rod'no, heater, pvardrive,, ju^t overhaul- Man/ Others f» Choose From * * * With Every MOTOR OVERHAUL We WiM Steom Clfon and Repaint your engine. Fq«,tery« trained mechanics to do the job right. , Comp4*t» TAYLQ* MERCURY Dean Taylor and Phone"* 421 Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my many good friends and relatives who cheered me in my recent illness with their cards and visits to my home. Mrs Li,llie Thompson, Lone Rock, Iowa. ' • • , : • 1U» CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank relatives and friends for the many cards, flow- qrs, gifts and visits while, I was a pauent at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs ,. Thomas Schuller. 10* 5___ _^ ' CARD OE THANKS Thank you. Wjlfah- Haven for the wonderful cave given May me Sheridan during her confinement. Mr an'd Mrs James P.' Sher.id.an. . 10 OF THANKS We sincerely thapk a}l our kind friends for their' assistance and sympathy after the death of our beloved njother, Annie E. Reno. The_family of Annje E. R,eno. 10 Help Wanted WANTED — ATTRACTIVE sales position now open. Looking for an honest sincere aggressive man to sell a complete line of quality feeds to farmers. Salary plus commission. Write Box 57A, Whittemore. 8-11 ?25 to $50 WEEKLY, SEWING oUr children's ready cut dresses. Sample catalogue, details, starting . instructions, $1.00 (REFUNDABLE) Leff Sales, Kawkawlin, Michigan. 10* DO YOU NEED extra money to keep children iri school or college? Pleasant, profitable, part time employment with Avon Cosmetics will do it. Write AVON, Box 69, Algona, la. 10 WANTED - MARRIED MAN for yeai'ly farm job. flfust be willing to work. Ray Laabs, Lone Rqck, la,., % N - 1% W. oi Lone Rqck. 10 EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY — Reliable man or wofian from this area, to distribute complete line of cigarettes, candy, nuts, or gura through new Automatic vendors. No selling or soliciting, as accounts aj - e established for you. fo qualify party rim^t have car, references, and fash capital pf $700 which is secured by inventory. Earnings up to $30/) mqnth pajt time •**• f]ull tirae mote. For persosaJ intefviQW give phone etc. Write P, O, Bpx 156, Rochester, Minnesota- '10 GUARANTEED STEADY WOI$k Call pn our -customers i$ yoltr area. Earn $125 a week and more. Spring line now ready. No age limit. Full or part time. Over 200 items in wearing apparei^for every member of family (pants, knitted dresses, lingerie, skirts, blouses, slacks, shirks, sweaters, jackets, hosiery). Actual made- up samples furnished. No investment. No experience needed. Northwestern Corporation', 403 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. Lo§t & Found i» hffy given that 1, on, I^lsoti, Iowa, have fo^nd $ Poland Ghina and 5 Chesta*' White Hogs of approximately 190 pounds each. Said hogs'were found 5 J 4 miles south Wanted WANTED — . TJSPD 'BICYQLES. 24" and 20". Any- sjjape'or condition. Will,> pay ( caeh. Walter WANTED . — 'JOB ' DRlVJNG truck. Experienced and licensed. References'..., 817' E. State, George Wijllig, Al^orta. ' . .10* WANTED — BUYER FOR . erh house, 10'years old, With garage in Whittemore. Low down payment will hitndlfc deal. Mer- iyn Wegener, '804 W. 5th-St., Spencer, Iowa, pnone 1?67LJ. /10-11-12-13 WANTED—WOOL. TOP PRICES paid. Burt Produce, phone 95, Burt. la. ..„••.> 10-12 Feed qnd Seed FOR SALE — BALED ALFAL- fa, all alfalfa, no thistles or weeds, in barn without rain. Dean Mann, 4 E., V4 north Burt on W side of road. 9-10* FOR SALE — ALFALFA IfAY, excellent condition. Don Gross, phone 217, Fenton. 9-10* FOR SALE — MEDIUM RED clover seed. Clean, homegrown. R. I. Mawdsley and sons, Curt. Phone 14 on 87. _9-10-ll* FOR SALE — 1000 GOOD BIG bales of alfalfa hay in barn. 50c bale. David Berkland, 2 W. 3 Vt S. of Fenton. 9-10* M & MFeed ~" Produces More Red Meat AH M & M Products contain "the more meat factors" Free Feed Lot Service M. H. FAIN Ph. 1173' Algona $09 E, McGregor • 4tf FOR SALE — ALFALFA HAY, $20 ton. Pat Carper, West Bend, phone 4957. . »* FOR SALE — CHEROKEE AND Bond's cross oats, also Hawkeye soy beans. Leo McEnroe, ph. 373W2. 10* FOR SALE — CHIPPEWA SEED beans grown from certified seed, 98% germ, Louis Laubenthal, Bancroft, la. 10* CASH REGISTER ROLLS All sizes. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. 9,tf Houses For Sole FOR RENT — MODERN 3 or 4 bedroom house in Wesley. Joseph G. Miller. Wesley. 10* FOR~SALE — 33' 1948 pBERTY trailer house in very good condition, nicely furnished, very reasonable, can be financed. Inquire Hillcrest Trailer Court, Al- 10* Thurtday, March 7, 1957 Atgona (la.) Upper Pat Molfia<-7 Anna Reno, 80 f Services Held At Wesley Srrvlcss v/ere held Siturd'iv morning at 9 o'clock in St Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley for Mrs Anna Rern, 80, who died Thursday morning at her home following a lingering illness. Mrs Reno was born July 5, 1876, in Danbury county, 111. An^ na Heddinger was married to Albert Reno at Anthon, Woodbury county, Iowa, June 18, 1895. They farmed in Clay county until 190'J when they moved to Spencery and later to Ayrshire where he was engaged in the hardware business. in \\)2~> 'hey movM tn W°«<l a v where they entered the hotel rnj restaurant business. Mr Reno died Juns 4. 1912. Mrs Rsna is survived by five dattehters and one son: Mrs Lucille Kirkpatrick and Mrs '(Marie) Paul Flaherty of Wesley; Mrs Nell Lyons, Chicago; Leo Reno of Toledo, Ohio; Mrs (Florence) Everett Sheets, Des Moines; and Mrs (Helen) Irwin Axness, Eagle Grove, Also 12 grandchildren. Burial was in St. Joseph cemetery with the McMahon Funeral Home of 'Pocahontas in charge of arrangements. . A large number of out-pf-town relatives attended the services. 'Pallbearers were Dave Kleinpeter, Cart Froehlich, Vincent Cruise, Julius Kunz, Jack Richter Jr., and Urban Neuroth. FOR SALE OR TRADE— HOME, 509 E. McGregor, 3 bedrooms, gas heat, double garage, all new utilities, first class condition, good location. M. H. Fain, phone Il?3. Algona. 8tf FOR SALE — OUR MODERN 4-bedroom homte and garage, 807 N. Wooster St., Algona, la ....... , ..... .' 9-10* FOR SALE-fNEW HOUSE *UST 1 completed* 3 bedrooms, large dining or family room, located on E. North St. Tom Sampson, Algona. 9-10* BUNGALOW FOR SALE— ONE block from Lucia Wallace sch«ol, garage, fu'l lot. Phone 519-J, Algona. .10* MOBILE HOMES We Have EVERY SIZE LARGER SELECTION of BETTER HOMES on EASIER TERMS COME AND SEE US KINGVKOURT trailer Sales WEBSTER CITY.,IA. More Stop Signs Approved Here .Algoha's city council discussed a' variety of business during a 4>^ hour meeting Wednesday night,"Feb. 27, at the city hall. Traffic problems in the city provided some of the activity. First, an ordinance providing fpr installation of several new stop signs was passed. A sign will be put up op trie corner beside, the Laing Hotel which will halt all traffic traveling south on Thpr- ingtoh street as it enters CalJ street, and another single sign will be placed on the corner by the Nels Isaacson Studio on Moore street which will require all northbound traffic to stop at Call street. Three signs will be installed near the new telephone building. Cars entering the intersection pi Call and Dodge streets there will have to stop if they approach from ; the east, north or west. Only northbound autos will ,not have to stop. An indication of the change in the feeling of businessmen, to* ward parking meters was noted when five business places on south Dodge street, Goecke Lockers, Becker- Spprting: Gpods, Funk Plumbing and Heating, the Reminder and Dau's Garage, requested that meters be installed in front of their locations. The zoning commission is con-* sidering the request. The council made known its opposition to the proposed increase in rates by Northern Natural Gas. Dave Smith, city clerk, who owns 80 acres of land east of Algona's city limits, 'explained a proposed r»ew addition for the city during the meeting. His proposal would divide the land into 192 lots for home* The zoning commission is considering the idea. QUADS Quadruplet lambs were born on the Pletch farm southwest of Clarion recently. The little *e> lows belong to Richard and Ron» nie Fletcher and while smaller than the average lambs, are alert and active. Call or Write Us When' Ready To Sell Your Prime Heifers, Your Best Market For Choic* 900 to 1100 We Al$o Use Choice and Prime Steers, 1000 to 1500 lb«, S P E N C E R PACKING CO. 1561 6i.U H. T. Gillespie Services, Mar. 6 '' •,$, Gillespie, 63, f6rrt$sr]-resident of this area, wereWheid Wednesday -afternoon, Mar. 6, in Bruces Memorial Chapel' at Fort Dodge. •Mr Gillespie was born, raised and educated in the^esjey area, b\tt had been a resident of Forf Dodge for the past 35 years. H< was a drug and medical supply wholesaler and was enroute home jfr'om Mexico when he suffered a fatal heart attack' at V^riita, Okla., Saturday. Two brothers, Lawrence and Webb Gillespie of A,lgona .survive. Other survivors include his wife, two ' daughters and a sister. Mr and Mrs Art Klein found a' pleasant way to spend a winter day when they accompanied Mr and Mrs Henry Bailey to De? Moines where the Baileys purchased a new Cadillac and drove it home. t They report the rid,8 was very nice and the car attracted a lot .of attention. GO WHERE THE CROWDS GO! Auction Sale FRL, MAR. 8 17 White-Face Cattle (includes 7 steers and 10 heifers. These are local cattle, weighing 450 * $00 Ibs,} Consign Your Cattle To The Auction Th«tf Works For YQM i This Space is Yours F-R-E-E or » regular Friday sale let us knew. the ALGONA SALE BARN

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