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SAVE MONEY PHONE 1100 CLASSIFIED AD HATES Minimum chargei 50c, 10 v trd*di Of lest, cash in advance. Each additional word, 3c, cash la advance. When charged. Sc per word. Blind adi 25c extra. for Sale v ~\ PIANOS — BEAUTIFUL. SPIN- ets. Excellent buy, Also-good selection of used medium sized uprights, May be seen in area, write Midwest Piano Oo.,- Spencer, Iowa. ; 21-22 OUT ti E ft N M1N,N E S O T A f at His . -i> 1 • hava, a nuMber *A ood farms near Austin. 80s, 60's, 320's, semi-modern and todeiti, prices $125 io $195, can be bought 6n good' terms, Dial 71k. Hayfield, MIna; C, O, Rid. ie* 21-22* F O R S ALE ^ BASSINETTE. Mrs. Kenneth Hifsch, 1308 .E. Lucas, Algoha. .' .,, ,22* OR SALE — USED ADDING machines, $40.: and up. Upper $es Mdiries Pub. Co., Algona, la. 18-19 FOR SALE — UNDERWdOD portable typewriter, $45. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 16* PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY EVINRUDE MOTORS,; LONE Star aluminum boats, Chris Craft Kits. Hermansen's, Emmetsburg, Iowa. lltfn INSURANCE , ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCX C. R. LaBarre and R. C. LaBarre Surety Bonds—All Linei , of Insurance ' 206 East State St. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance . Automobile - Furniture Loans 7 N. Dodge Phone 125 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge St. Phone 103 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, L.iability, ^ Life, General Phone* 251W • i KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over 49,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home •v company. Safe, secure. , Lola Scuffham, Sec'y GRANTTLATED ZONOLITE IN- sulat-on, Rock Wool Batts and granulated wool are available for your home. You too can insulate your own home. See Us F. S. Norton & Son 28wl9tfn FOR SALE — LINCOLN ELEC- tric weld.ers,.iVictor,. Welding and Cutting Torche's. Welding equipment of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. 36 37tfn FOR SALE - NEW BRICK home, ranch-style, 25 ft. liV* ng-dining room, 3 bedrooms, casement windows, see at 114 Sast Grove St., or 'contact Joel Herbst. James Whittemore. _ , 21-22 SEE US FOR GAS r-r OIL FURNACES Luxaire, Globe, Mueller SALES - SERVICE ... FREE ESTIMATES Algona Plumbing & Heating Co. (Rear of Consumers) PHONE 1137 FURNITURE SALE •, AT AUCTION At 1:30 p. m. Saturday, June 5, at 10 North St.,- personal property bf Roy Davis, deceased: 1930 Durant auto with 1954 licenses, in running order; studio couch, nearly new; occasional | davenport; 2 piece living room suite; oil heating stove, nearly new; one dinirtg room suite; beds, dressers, dishes, bedding, • rugs, crocks, fruit jars, complete line of household goods; power'lawn mower, nfearly new. Immediately after this sale Hugh .Colwell will sell at auction, Used- lumber of different dimensions, fenceposts, wire, etc., at east edge of town where he formerly had his farm. Hugh Colwell, .auctioneer! -Iowa State Bank, Clerk. Dayis property being sold at the Roy Davis home, Mrs. Berniece Belson, administratrix (sister), , . 22 Homes For Sale SALE — CLEAN 49 CHEV. Fleetline Deluxe 2 door car. Sadio-heater and good tires. ?rivate party has reason for selling. Phone 2742 Whittemore, la. _ 22* FOR SALE — MODERN HOME only one'block south of Courthouse, 2 bedrooms and bath downstairs, 4 rooms and half-bath upstairs,. garage, save a lot of money a year being so close in, liberal terms and only $8000. See Joel M. Herbst. 22 FOR SALE — NEAT MODERN bungalow, oak floors, oil heat, garage, well-built and not old. See Joel M.\ Herbst. _Ji2 FOR SALE — The lovely home of Don Nelson's, at 512 Chubb Street, nice rooms and bath, large livingroom with fireplace, carpeted front rooms, half-bath c ownstairs, oak floors, lots of fine losets, oil' heat, double garage arge lot with priceless trees wonderful buy. See Joel M. Herst. ^ MAURICE" THOMPSON Insurance For every need. Service - Savings - Security 610 East McGregor St. Phone 1368 HERBS.T INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms Phone 93 Ted S. Herbst ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Cowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau., Auto (with $10 Deductible) <• Life - Hail - Tractor A. J. RICKLEFS All types, including • Life, Accident, and Hosp^aliz;ation Insurance Phone 354 _ __ HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co.. , 300 E. Elm St. Aleona x Phone 841 AUTO-LIFE-FIRE—HAIL RUBBER STAMPS — ALL 1 i'kinds, sizes and .shapes. Also numbering m a « h i n e s, dater stamps, riotorial seals, bronze plaques, inks, pads, marking pencils. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., phone 1100, Algona. FOR SALE —"NATIONAL CASH register, excellent condition. Here's 'a topnotch register at a big - discount.' See it, Upper Des Moines' Pub. Co., office supply Dept., Algona, la, 18-19* WANTED — CUSTOM BALING, Super 77 New Holland. Richrd Dornbier, phone 1392R, Algona. 17-27* CALL 166 FOR RENT — SMALL APART- ment. Inquire of Carl Hutchins 22« READY - MIX Deliveries To Your When You Want It. No. Lantry St. - Phone 466 For Rent Household .Goods At Garage Located A B21 Easi North Street/ AU Used Cars USED CARS 1950 Chev. 2-door Fleetline Deluxe. Exceptionally clean, radio and heater, 29,000 miles. - . . 1952 Chev. 4-door, Powerglide, radio and heater. 1948 Chev. 2-door, radio and heater. 1948 Buick Super, radio, heater, clean. 1946 Chev. 4-door, just overhauled, radio and heater. 1946 Ford V-8, 5 psgr. coupe. 1951 Chev. Deluxe, 4-door, radio, heater, low mileage. 1948 Plymouth, 5 psgr. coupe, radio, heater, just overhauled, exceptionally clean.. , Wood Bros, single row corn picker, like new. Cheap. PRIEBE SALES CO. Chevrolet - Allis Chalmers New Idea Phone 28 — Fenton 22 Wanted WANTED TO RENT — THREE bedroom modern house. Phone 895-W between 6-7 p. m. Ask for Mr. Pearson, Algona. 22 WANTED—RELIABLE COtJNT- er salesman, inside work. Phone 124 or write Box 339, Al- 22tfn gona. USED CARS 1953 Dodge Coronet, two-tone red and gray, equipped with torque transmission, radio, heater and other extras, $199 1951 DeSoto four-door, very clean, good engine and tires see this if you need a gpo< family car. 1950 Chevrolet, four-door Deluxe, a good clean car, a good buy at $79 , Also Several Other Models PERCIVAL MOTORS Algona, Iowa % 2 At Annual S!.JoeC.D.A. M. & D. Party Tuesday, June 1, 1954 Algona ('«•) Upper D* WANTED — NORTHWEST Iowa representative with, own car to sell for Iowa's largest and oldest Sports' House. Guns, ammo, team equipment, golf, tackle, tennis, etc. Hopkins Sporting Goods Co., 412 7th St., Des Moines, Iowa. Commission arrangements. 22-24 WANTED—YOUNG MEN, NEAT in 'appearance, 'interested . in $450 to $600 per month,;.home nights, need good car. Write complete information concerning sej) to Box 262, Algona. 22* WANTED — PART TIME .WORK anything, afternoons and evenings. Kenneth Hirsch,-1308ME. Lucas, Algona. .\.'Y, 1 22i Machinery FOR SALE — OLIVER 2-ROW cultivator. McCormick mower. Leo McEnroe. 22* KEN C. KICKBUSH Bankers Life Company 419 E. North St. Phone 874-J - , Algona DOCTORS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office Ph. 300. R*s. Ph. 326 MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. ' Office Ph. 197 Res. Ph. 194^ C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician 108 So. Harlan St.. Phones: Office, 310; Homo 444 DANIEL L. BRAY, M. D. •Physician &,Surgeon Sawyer Building Office Ph. 127 Res. Ph. 827 OSTEOPATHIC CLINIC R. K. Richardson, D. O. Residence phone dlil ". n1 714 E. State Phone 401 „ , and— H. D. Meyer, D. O. Residence Phone 970 714 E: State Phone 401 DENTISTS DR. KARL P. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone 44 Residence phone 116 COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Ctaytcn^Kusk PHARMACY Phone 477 Business Hours Phone 259-W After Hours 117 E. STATE ALGONA, IOWA FOR THE BEST IN Professional Photography FAMILY INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN WEDDINGS . CANDIDS COMMERCIAL • Glenn's Studio , Phone. 1045 Across East of Home Federal (Former Crilly Location) Can Be; Seen Any Time, Day or Evening Mohair Davenport and Chair Maple Living Room Set Complete End Tables Secretary Desk Jenny Lind Bed CKest of Drawers Lawn Mower Girls! Dressing Table And Many Other Items i ' •' See At Garage Located at 82V East North'Street, Algona (Day or Evenin'g) DR. C. P. SCHAAP Office over S & L Store Office phone 991 Residence phone 174 PR. N. J. ^, Office over Hall-Strahorn Hdwe Office Phone 605 Residence Phone 425 BEAUTICIANS MODERNISTIC BEAUTY Valeria —r Marian —• Orpha 501 South Dodge Phone 290 STAR BEAUTY SHOP Alice Wilkms Delores Hackbarth 116 N. Moore St. Phone 279 RW 1 ...... — • —• --- , , All Typei Auto and RADIATOR REPAIR HAPIATQH go, Phillips fit. ZENITH RCA VICTOR RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE • Phonograph Records Popular t Children - Classic KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. State Phone 1190 WANTED — PART T TIME^OF- an< * typist, for'.Ce'n- ue headquarffrsfr See Bill .Steele at Chamber 'p*f ; Commerce office. i". 22 UDM Want Ads Bring-Results PLANS SECURITY for YOU arid YOUR Family Planned Financial Security FOR DETAILS — CALL OR SEE ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Phone 1133 or 1203 ' Algona, Iowa USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 1—1950 WD Allis-Chalmers with wide adjustable front 1—"C" Allis-Chalmers with cultivator 1—Oliver 70 with cultivator 1_"B" Farmall with cultivator 1—"B" John Deere with cultivator. MISCELLANEOUS 1—1946 Gehl Field Chopper with motor, corn and hay attachments. 1—Four-bar John Deere side delivery Rake. r. "';'•'• \^.T <Allis-Chalmers mowervk- wi}l fit on WC or WD tractors 1—6' Allis-Chalmers mower — Will fit on B or C Tractors. 1—Massey-Harris Clipper Combine with motor. 1—A-6 Case Combine with motor 1—C* 1 Allis-Chalmers All-Crop Harvester with P.T.O. Pickup and sirawspreader. 1 12A New Idea Tractor Manure Spreader. 1—7' Kelvinator Refrigerator — like new. 1—7' Leonard Refrigerator — real good. I—Worcester 18" Power lawn mower. 1 Excello 20" Power lawn mow- LI'NDE IMPLEMENT co. Swea City, Iowa Phone 64 22 FARivi INSURANCE: BUREAU «•: ,~riMP AMY" ' BtoG.".•' .COMrANT. , Miscellaneous St. Joe—The annual C. D. of A. Court St. Joseph's No 1554 held icir Mother - Daughter banquet 'uesday evening, May 25 at 6:30 'clock in St. Joseph's School hall jvith 200 in'attendance. Mrs Marjorie- Capesius, newly lected hostorian, acted as toastmistress. The wdcome speech was given by Gi«hd Regent Mrs losalia Bormann; toast to ' our Mothers by'Mary Ann Berte; Mrs Elizabeth Reding,-newly elected rice regent, gave the Mothers esponse. Father Blase Schumacher was he main speaker of the even ng. .-Doris Ann Kohlhaas presented a reading, "To Our Lady.' Beatrice Bormann gave her Do- clam Speech, "At the Declam Contests," and Mrs Helen Law rence sang. • . Prizes were given to Mrs Annie Thid for the grandmother with the most granddaughters, Mr Kathleen Becker, for the mothe with the youngest daughter am Charlene Becker for having th youngest sister. • The banquet was prepared ana served by a C. D. of A. committee with: 18 JCnights of Columbus members, assisting with serving and cleaning. Gene Frideres, 6 year old son of Mr and Mrs Norbert Frideres had his tonsils and adneoids removed Tuesday in St. Ann hospital in Algona. He returned lome on Wednesday morning. Kathleen Plathe, 6, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milford Platne, hao. onsils and adneoids removed in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Thursday. Larry Krideres 7 year old son of Mrs Susie Frideres had his tonsils and adneoids removed Friday in St. Joseph's hospital in Fort Dodge. William Devine Jr., son of Mr and Mns William B. Devine Sr. received a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Ambrose College Davenport, on Sunday, May 30. / Mr and Mrs Charles C. PatriCn of Long Island, N.Y. are. parents of a son, Thomas, born, May 23 This makes 3 girls and, 2 boys in the Patrick family. Mrs Patrici is the former Mildred Faber, sis ter • of Mrs Nicholas Weydert o here. . - " • • . !Pvt. Norman- Kayser, son -o Mr and Mrs Peter Kayser an Pvt Edward Reding, son of M and Mrs John B. Reding return ed to Fort Leonard, Mo. afte spending a 13-day furlouga here with home folks. The bovs were taken back to Camp by Herb Kayser accompanied by Bob Kayser', Corrine Kayser and Betty Joyce Reding. _ Mary Joyce Capesius, daughter of Mr and Mrs Julius Capesius of here, was one of 435 members jf St. Petersburg's Catholic par- shes to make a Marian Year D ilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of LaLeche at St. Augustine, na. on Sunday, May 10. This s the oldest shrine and city in he United Slates. Miss Capesius has been spending the past few months with a great uncle Will la'posius in Florida'. 125 At Shower For Lone Rock Girl, May 26 Lone Rock —' A miscellaneous, •shower was held Wednesday evening at the Lone Rock church >arlors in honor of Miss Patsy Ylarlow. The program was presented by Janet Krueger, Marorie Houck, Virginia Marlow nnd Barbara Quinn and a mock :rial was given by Mrs Bernard Vlillpr, Marjorie Houck, Georgia Marlow, Virginia Marlow, Janet Krucgcr, Janet Newbrough, Patsy Marlow, Nonna Bierle and Barbara <3uinn. A guessing game was also held with Mrs Ervin Luecltke winning the prize. Miss Marlow opened her gifts assisted by Miss Georgia Marlow, Mrs Bernard Miller and Miss Norma Bierle. Lunch was served to 125 guests by the following hostesses: Mrs Geo. Long, Mrs Ray Priebe, Geor•gin Ann. Marlow, Mrs Merwin Mrs EdW. Blanchard, Joan Marlow, Mrs Dick O'Donnell, Mrs leo. Kissner, Mrs Wm. Marlow drs W: J. Cotton, Mrs Don Houck Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs L. A Stewbrough, 'Mrs Joe Culbertson ATS Bernard Miller, Norma Bier 9, Mrs John Newbrough, Mr 'red Schmidt, Mrs Ralph Bier tedt, Mrs Wilfred Radig, Mr irvih Wetzel. Mrs Milton Marlow, Mrs Harla Marlow, Mrs Marvin Marlow, Mi Vlarlyn Bausman, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Jr. Hurlburt, Mrs Mary i'laig, Mrs Jess Marlow, Mrs Bob Jates, Mrs Don Marlow, Jr., Mrs Merton Larson, Mrs A. L. Colon, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs Roy fensen, Mrs Ofnie Behrends, Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Lyle Marow. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends The "BACK TO GOD" HOUR Radio Voice of the Christian Reformed Church Presents Rev. Peter Eldersveld SUNDAY KWOA KRIB Dial 730 Worthlngton Minn. 12 p7m. Dial 1490 Mason Cily Iowa 8:30 a. m. This ad sponsored by the i Men's Society of the Woden X Christian Reformed Church || For The Smoker It's The SMOKE SHOP SEALED BIDS WILL BE OPEN- ecl June 15 on frame church, dimensions 50x100x20 feet high. All rights reserved to reject any or all bids. Cash at time of sale. Church to be dismantled or moved in 30 days. Box 565, Algona, la. Phone 344. 22-23 ELECTRICAL • SUPPLIES • We Have Everything ia Electric Fixtures — Wirp -^ Switches — Insulators — Tepe ^- »»«» BUY HERS AND; SAVEI COAST'-TO-COAST STOR1 Farmers News AAachinery Items For Sale or Trade at Bradley Bros. We have about everything in the line of machinery and trucks, and dealing every day. Try us now on your needs. IHC 22-36 Traclor on near-new rubber. ' New Rotary Hoes, 2-row or 3-ro\w hydraulic for Ford or A-C "WD". Also all sites puH type hoes. 1941 A'C "WC" Tractor, Streamlined, A-C PTO Side Delivery Rake on rubber. ^ Diesel Sheppard Tractor with 4^fow cult, APPLIANCE REPAIRS We are equipped to handle any and all repairs to home appliances, large or small ... refrigerators, freezers, washers, ironers, etc. We stock wringer rolls for all washers. Quick, efficient service. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES WE ARE SHEARING SHEE1 one'to three shearers, depends on size of flock. We have a gooc wool buyer. Clyde Bristow anc on, Burt, Iowa. Phone 6 11-22* (3) Used Power Lifts for A-C "WC" John Deere Side Delivery Rake. M-H ? Row Cult. Side Dresser 1 pew Vermeer PTO ditching machine. 416 MM Plow on rbr, A-K 35 other makes and sUe». 1950 '/2'ton GMC Truck. _ 1947 '4-ton 6MC Pick-up Truck. _ _ ?-Ton Studebaker Truck with hoist and bed; Bradley Bros. - MASSEY-HARRIS - QLIVSB - DE IAVAL - GMC -* FlRiSTQNI PHQNE714 5.H9TftAW9NA EE ME-FOR REAL BARGAIN!: in farms, loans, drainage sur eying and estimates on tile. Phi Kohlhaas, Phone 22. Algona. tfn SEXTON NEWS • -. • i 41 ,,-i,,^,_i ,- <!-.• it's just the. iXnlnuot •-" ••••>-wall house that makes Don prew's nsw television aerial look so bis. Maybe Ed Fitch will be coming home now with television right next door. There is a good example of making sure your children get to do what you couldn't because there is a car pool being formed. Local mothers with children the right age are getting together t-. take the little ones to the annual swimming lessons given at the Wesley swimming pool. In most cases ' it is because the parents cither can't swim or are afraid of water and they are making sure the children have a better chance. PW.O. To Meet. The general meeting of the P.W.O. will be held Thursday afternoon, June 3, at the church parlors with Mrs Alex Krueger, Mrs Charles Morris, Mrs Leonard Gustafson, Mrs Don Houck, Mrs Robert Fortney, Mrs W. G., Flaig as hostesses. Silver Anniversary Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer invite their relatives and friends to a 25th anniversary party, at the Burt Legion hall, Sunda^SSKBifen* ing, June 6 at 7:30. Please do not bring, gifts.. Auxiliary To Meet The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, June 2, at the hall with Mrs Edw. Blanchard, Mrs J. F. Quinn, Mrs Wayne Lynch, Mrs Harlan Marlow, Mrs Hugh Marlow as hostesses. Tea For Mothers A Mother's Tea was held at the home of Patricia O'Donnell, 'May 25th, sponsored by the Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club, with seven mothers attending. Patricia O'Donnell gave a talk and a report on cooking training school in Algona. JoLeen Gardner gave a talk on diet. Phyllis O'Donnell and Eileen Binzen gave demonstrations. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Dack- MJ-I :i'n rl family ontfiMnincd Mr and Mi'jrGcorgi: Hanria and family at a picnic dinner and supper at the lakes hist Saturday. Mrs Frank Flaig entertained Mrs Carl Peterson, Mrs Peterson's two nieces who have been visiting her a week, Betty and Bonnie Voigt of Wyoming, Mrs Roger Jensen and Mrs J. F. Quinn at coffee Wednesday morning. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters for Complete Home Furnishings Phone 520-W, 1008, 787-J, 602-NV for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms Let Us Solve Your PLUMBING Problems -K Emergency Service Depend on us any hour of the day or night when you need expert plumbing repairs. • CALL 1070 Sigsbee Plumbing & Heating Algona BUILDINGS AH - steel, mulii - purpose buildings for farm, commercial and industrial use. Noncombustible, wind-resistant Quonseta provide, economical storage space for crops, machinery, vehicles, bulk boxed and sacked goods. MILLER Steel Bldg. Co. Block North Milwaukee R.R. ' Phone 1290 Algona UDM Want Ads Bring Results W E A V E - B A C Repair Burns. Moth Holes Tears in Clothing _' ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 222 W. Nebr. St. Phone 965-W Algona CAR-OWNERS ATTENTION! NOW ON AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Summer Service Special r n r r f R t t Free GM Polling cloth ln Metctl Con " To Every Shop Customer F n c c Free G reose Job With Evef y shop Job of K E t $10-00 or More. (Parts and Labor Total) Bring Your Car In Now For the Service It Needs — and Get Owr Special FREE Offers! KOSSUTH MOTOR GO. FISHERMEN'S SPECIAL! COMBINATION OFFER! YOU GET ALL THIS: FOOT GLASS FISHING ROD Nationally-Advertised at $2.95 FISHING REEL (Anti-Backlash) Nationally-Advertised at $3.49 400 FT. NYLON LINE 25 Lb. Test) All 3 of These Included at One Low Price! All For DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE 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 (S Years Experience) Phone 215-W Algona Across from Norton's Lumber BOTTLE GAS • INSTALL • SERVICE O DELIVER BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE During Business Hours CALL 520W Evenings, Holidays & Sun. CALL 1008 or 602-W If No Answer Call 787J TARPS Square Foot DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE

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