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SAVE MONEY PHONE 1100 CLASSIFIED AD "RATES, Minimum chargei SOc, 10 word* 6t lel% eaih in advance. Each additional word, 3c. cash In adVance. When charged. So pet word. Blind adi 25c extra. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. Lafiarre and > 'i i * Ri C. LaBarre ;?;:>" I Sorely Sohath-fAll 'Line* • V .\ f v jpiilpsutancej ;•••• , ;-. 206 East State St. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile"- Furniture Loans 7 N. Dodge Phone 125 For Sale FOR SALE — THREE BED-, „ room home, completely modern; double garage; oil heat. Ray Kyhl, Fenton. 32* OWN YOtJR OWN' HOME AND have an income, too. 10% ddWn With good references. Owner, W. P. Tripp, has moved" to Seattle and is anxious to sell his duplex at 521 W. McGregor. 2 bedroom downstairs apartrrient andvl bedroom upstairs apartment now renting for $100.00 per month. Two lots across from Maple Park with brick prftio, fruit trees arid garden space. $8750. Contact W P. Tripp by calling 582 after August 17. T FOR SALE — REAL BUY IK Wesley, modern home of Va' Mullin, south 1 block from Stand ard Station. Also, small, renta' house 'on northwest corner,, o: block, double, garage, several, fin< %tia M ... For Sale! , • -v.i -. i- At a Terrific Deduction ..- 2-pe, International "fiftchanl- ess" patletn, n$w, nevjsf been used,-In original box and. covers. Bought overseas at cost of $175, Will sell i6r $180. If bought in tales .would east," jeast $230. Contaqi Upper, Dei Mo'mes bfflce, phone 1100, oi wrjte Box 69-W, Ugona. '.'•;.,, . 33 BOHANNON INSURANCE ,- SERVICE 6 N. Dodge St. Phone 103 Home*- Automobile - Farm A fcollo Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General ; v Phone 251W ' KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over 49,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home \ company. Safe, secure. ^ Lola Scuff ham. Sec'y FOR RENT — UNFURNISHED apartment at ,3J8_ South Jone street, good flbdatio'h, possessioi at once.' See Joel M. Herbst. 3 Wanted WANTED—COMBINATION AS-- sistant bookkeeper With stenographic experience Preferred, Inquire at the Upper Des Moines office, phone 1100, or write Box 69-A, Algeria. , dd Need a" New Baler? See 'the Al- aorta Flour arid Feed Co. We've got - the' New Holland - or ^a fine used 'one; • Algona. Flour &'Feed Store, Algona, Iowa. 23ti WANTED — EXPERIENCED waitress. Pete's Supper Club, Algona. ' 32 ._; FOR SALE - LINCOLN ELEC- trie welders, Victor Welding and Cutting Torches. Welding equipment of all kinds. Cooks Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. 36 37tin GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sulal.on, Kock Wool Batts ana granulated Wool are available for you?, hdrhe. You too .can Insulate j our ,.qwh home. • See us JK s: Norton A. Son a8wl9 l f ^ FOR SALE — 6 FT. GLEANER combine. Model 50 with-motor, hydraulic lift and'wagon hitch. Good condition. Silas Banwart, Ottosen, Iowa. 'Phone Ottosen, 2589. 32-33 SALESMAN WITH CAR TO coVer 1 50 mile radius with head quarters in Algona — calling on established retail accts. in this area. Splendid income . With a good weekly drawing acci. for protection. Home nights. Selling drug sundries, toys, paper products and notion. Contact immed lately. Fort Dodge Paper Co., For: Dodge, la. Telephone Walnu 2881. 32 ' 33 WANT TO BUY ' — USED 500 gallon propane 'storage tank Titonka Implement Co., phon- 139, Titonka, Iowa. 32 FOR SALE ' — ' FOXTR GOOD . residence lots, all priced to sell. See Joel M.TIerbst. - 32 FOR SALE — A REAL" PLEAS- arit home, three bedrooms, one bedroom and bath do'wnstairs, nice kitchen, good oak floors, neat throughout and not old, not far out,"- and worth the money. See Joel M. Herbst. , , . *' 32 HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs Lampright will sell the fol- owing household -goods for the Ed' Gettriches in the upstairs apartment, 502'East State Street, Thursday evening, August 12, starting at 6:30 i>. m.: 3-piece, bedroom suite,:' rollaway bed, walnut dinette set, 2 apartment-size elec- ^ MAURICE THOMPSON Insurance For every, need. Service - Savings - Security 610 East McGregor St. ,Phone 1368 HERBST 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 - Tradtor A. J. RICKLEFS ' All types, including Life, Accident, and Hospitalization Insurance Phone 354 . •• '• ' HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co. 300 E. Elm St. Alsnna i Phone 841 A A° T T a n-T.TTTE-FIRE-HAIL August Special!^ Ladies' and Girls' > . f t '. - •! •' ' ; ' "Back; TO School" PERMANENTS $8.50 ; 'A Regular $10 Permanent. FOWLERS BEAUTY SALON Phone 144 for Appointment WANTED — JOBS PULLING cockle burrs. Phone Algona 1049-W. 32 SPRAYING FOR BORERS AND weecjs. John Grandgenett, 3} East on McGregor. 3 Real Estate trie ' stoves, ' Laundromat, tub, table model radio, antique walnut secretary, 34-piece set Of Haviland I dinnerware, 'Autumn' Leaf pat-, tern; platform rocker, kitchen chairs,- occasional chairs, rockers,, floor lamps, •• garden tools; garden hose, dishes and other articles. PIANOS' — 3 SPINETS AND none medium, sized upright. Priced for quick - sale in. area. Write Midwest .Piano ,Co., Spencer, Iowa. " - 32-33 For Rerit Smoker It's The " SMOKE SHOP * KEN C. KICKBUMi Bankers Life Company * . 419 E. North St. Phone 874-J Alfi° na DOCTORS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office Ph. 300, Res. 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; tyome 444 CALL 166 FOR i; READY-MIX Deliveries To Your Job When You Want It. • READY-MIX Concrete & Lbr. Co No. Lantry St. - Phone 166 DANIEL L. BRAY. M. D. Physician & Surgeon Sawyer Building Office Ph. 127 Res. Ph. 827 OSTEOPATHIC CLINIC R. K. Richardson, D. O. Residence phone did 714 E. State Phone 401 , and—— •— H. D. Meyer, D. O. Residence Phone 970 714 E State Phone 401 DENTISTS DR. KARL R. Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone 4A Residence phone l|g___ " DR. C. D. SCHAAP Office over S & L Store Office phone W}.., Residence phone 174 OR RENT —> UNFURNISHED •upstairs apartment at 318 So. ones street. Possession. See Joel & Herbst.' '^v^ ' : 31- Lost & Found ,OST —• PAIR OF BROWN glassed -with 1 the"; name^ DaVid Ohristenson ,oh •them, Call Park area. Finder -please contact Mrs Carl Clare, Rt. 2, St. James, Minn. t OLt FOR SALE—MUST SELL CAFE <and building due to health. Good business, reasonable price. John Fuhr, Home Cafe, Fenton, la. > 31-32, Variety of Cases In Two Courts Three men, picked up on charges of being Intoxicated, were sentenced to get^out of town during action in Mayor Clapsaddle's cOurt, Monday.- The trio was picked up Saturday night following a fight at the D & D Cafe that involved two of them. Paul H. Brock, Elizabeth, Ind., and John K. Zimmerman. Charleston, Miss., were involved in the fracas. Robert R. Way, Danforth, Maine, was not involved in the fisticuffs. Brock and Way were employed by the Northwestern Railroad Zimmerman was working witf the pipeline crew. None could pay the $25 fine, so all were asked to leave town. In, other cases heard.over the weekend, John S. Roseristeil, Al gona, paid $5 and costs for throw ing refuse on the street; Willian . Bryant, Emmetsburg,: fraid $5 nd costs for speeding; Neil Monco, Algona, paid $5 and costs or allowing an unauthorized erson to operate a motor vehicle nd Donald Butler, Algona, paid he same amount for i operating motos vehicle without a license. Firies were.paid by eight men n Justice of Peace C. H. Ost- winkle's court during the past couple weeks. L. A. Wilson, Livermore, paid _!5 and costs for truck overload and Donald G. Bates, Charles City, was fined a total of $62.50 and costs on three counts of overload. The fnes were paid by his employer, G. F. Ardery. Thomas J. Murphy, Lone Rock was fined $100 and costs for intoxication, and $50 for stopping on a travelled portion of a highway. Alvin B. Banwart, West Bend, was assessed $25 and costs for an overlcngth string of vehi cles, and Franklin D. Bode, Cor with, paid $10 and costs for i noisy muffler. Martin, Munson Wesley, was sentenced to 10 day in jail for intoxication, Lyle O Gaerke paid $1 on a bad check count, which was suspended when he made the check good, and LeRoy V. Wesselman, Britt, was fined $10 and costs, which was paid by his employer, for pulling an overwidth vehicle. 114 At Reunion Of Scheppmanns ,. Heavy Weight TARPS At a Light Weight Price Square Foot DIAMOND'S SUPRPLUS STORE Farmers News Machinery 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. Look Over This Premium List of c Phone Bosidence Phone 425 BEAUTICIANS MQPERWSJIC BEAUTY ' _ . Valeria — Marian T Orpha 501 South Dodge Phone. 290 RADIATOR REPAIR 1941 A-C'"WC" Tractor, Streamlined, 2-16 John Deere Powr Trol Plow 3_14 John Deere Plow with extra shares. IHcTF-20 with Hydraulic Farmhand manure loader 21-A Oliver 7 ft. Tractor mower Used Cars And See If You Don't Agree With Us That They're the Cream of the Crop! Ward's Grain Buster Mill'with transports & PTO drive. 7A Bearcat Hammer Mill. Model 45 14-ln. Hammer Mill. 36 Ft. Portable Little Giant Elevator. 1950 F7 Ford Tractor with air, 2 spaeds, 5th over and 9:00x20 tires. « Caswell Manure loader with "W Mountings late Model Gehl Forage Harvester with motpr, Hay attachment, torn attachment. r Skyline forage harvester with engine, hay head, corn head and blower. Bradley Bros. NEW IDEA - MASSEY-HARRIS - AUIS-CHAlMfRS OLIVER - Di LAVAL - <3MG - FIRESTONE 1953 Ford Mainline 6 cy. tudor, radio, heater, auto, trans., 15,000 miles. Saye hundred of dollars on this nearly new car. 1952 Chevrolet club coupe, radio, air conditioned heater, seat covers, only 29,000 miles. 950 Ford V-8 tudor, radio, heater, overdrive, new seat covers, very good rubber, excellent running car that's clean throughout. 949 Ford custom 6 tudor, was maroon — just been newly painted a very nice blue finish, fully equipped with air. conditioned heater, radioj overdrive, outside sun visor, excellent rubber, one of the .best running '49 Fords we've seen. Kent Motor Irvlnglon — The Scheppmanns held their annual family reunion. Aug. 1 at West Bend, with 114 jresent from four states, Minne sota, Illinois, Indiana and Iowa. 3 rizes were given in a guessing, contest and for the oldest man and lady and the youngest child, also the person coming the farthest distance which was Mrs Minnie Mannis of Indiana, coming 510/miles. The group also celebrated the birthdays of two sisters, Mrs Freda Schafer and Mrs Bertha Nuest both of West Bend, 77 and 79. Those who attended from here were Mr and Mrs Louis Schepp- mann and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppmann from Irvington, Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family, Coleen Rising from Wesley Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and sons,' Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and son from Lone Rock, •Mr and Mrs Edwin Gade and daughter, Mr. and Mrs August Schafer and sons, Mrs Bertha Nuest, Mr£ Freda Schafer Mr and Mrs Hank Killian all fronr-West 1 'Bend, Mr and,Mrs Paul Meyer from Ottosen. There are 9 brothers and sisters and all attended but Mrs Clarence Schroth from Chicago who was absent on account of ill health. The brothers are August, Edd, Louie and Sam from Minnesota, Henry from Irvington, and their sisters Mrs Minnie Mannis from North Judson. Ind., and Mrs Bertha Nuest and Freda chafer from WesfBend. State Seeks To Halt Rest Home The State of Iowa, through the attorney general, has filed a legal action in Kossuth district court asking for an injunction against *Jeal Monaco to prevent him from operating a rest home in Algona. The state charges that the de! endant is operating without a proper license from the Stale Dept. of Health, and asks a restraining order from the district court. No action had been taken as of Monday in district court. Two other new court cases werr filed in district court, also. Mildred A. Neilson is asking separate maintenance of $150 s month from Walter R. Neilsen She charges the defendant lefl she and her family Aug. 2, 19Eyl They have been livng in Fenton twp. The Indian Co. is plaintiff, nam ing Slim's Motorcycle Sales a; defendant, in a civil action ask ing judgment for $118.20 whicl the company says is due them. ST. JOE NEWS Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire drove to St. Paul, Minn, to get Ars McGuire's cousins oh Monday who plan to spend till Wednesday' here in the McQuire home. The visitors were Sister Romelda, Sister' Leonia, Sister Francis Lorraine and Sister Raphael Ann O.S.B., Saint Benedict cbnvent, St. Joseph, Minn. These four nuns are all sisters, and on Wednesday will leave for Detroit. Mich. • Harlan Weydert, son of Mr and Mrs Nicholas Weydert, had me misfortune to fall off some bales while playing in the barn on Wednesday evening and fractured his leg. Mr and Mrs Phil Dangelser are parents of a son, Linn, baptized on Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher in St. Joseph's Church. This makes three boys in the Dangelser home. Ann McGuire is assisting with the household duties. i . . The Iowa Division, American Cancer Society, with Wanda Rex of Ames as leader for this district reported to Mrs M. T. Mo Guire, chairman of Riverdale two. that south Kossuth made an outstanding record in the drive uus past year. A total of $122.50 was collected in Riverdale twp. , A Weydert family reunion helo: Sunday, Aug. 8 at the Anton Weydert home, Food, food, galore was seen at the St. Joe Hall on Aug. 4. It was Riverdale Rustlers 4-H' local Achievement Day. Roll call was answered by 19 members and 3 leaders. Judge was Mrs Wayne Tuesday, August 10, 1954 _AJeena Keith. Several mothers were also . UDM Classified* Pay Dividend* present. Rathy Gales gave a talk bn her's and Sally Bormann's :rip to Clear Lake. Marilyn Bormann, Ann McGuire, Knthy Gales, Janet Hammer and Norma Jean Reding voluntered their work on the 4-H booth at the Fair. August Special! Latest Style Women's HAIR CUTS 75c FOWLERS . BEAUTY SALON Phone 144 BOTTLE GAS BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE During Business HJurs CALL 520W Evenings, Holidays & Sun. CALL 1008 or 602-W If No Answer Call 787J WE HAVE'SOLD CLEANERS FOR MANY YEARS — BUT NEVER ONE SO WELL LIKED BY OUR CUSTOMERS AS THIS . . . The New MAKES TOUGH CUTTING EASY 28' Sickle bur cuts wecdi, brush, grass- trims close to buildings end trees. Climbs bills. UWH MOWM, SMOWPlOwTmCHMIHtS 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 Thai's what you'll get when you buy from , GENES RADIO & TELEVISION (5 Years Experience) Phone 215-W , Algona Across from Norton's Lumber COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE to' Full Floating •M! 16' Rotary Sno* TbrawM SWIVEL TOP Model C-2 COMPLETE WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS PLUS A NEW "WONDER" TOOL NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT1 »ft95 .' $125 30 Terms • per week After Small Down Payment North Iowa Sewing Machine & Appliance Co. Algona Kohlhaas Hardware PHARMACY . Phone 417 Business Hours Phone 2S9-W After Hours 117 E. STATE ALCJONA, IOWA SEE THESE BUYS! Co. Where You Get the Jest Peal In Town Phone 434 VARIETY In an afternoon fishing of eff's Landing, near Prairie di hien, Mr and Mrs Donald Wil ams of Decorah pulled in abou 0 fish, including different var itie SPECIAL 820x15 white/black original equipment Deluxe Champion FIRESTONE TIRES OOC t\n Each — Exchange $£9iUU Plus Tax Limited Time Only 4 - 900x20 - 10 ply New Truck Take Off Tires $70 each ALSO TUBES AT A BIG SAVINGS USED TIRE VALUES Slock No. Item P«<=e No. 620—(2) 600x16 6-Ply U.S. Tires ea. $12.50 No. 595—(1) 300x15 U. S. Tire over half the tread No. 404—(2) 760x15 Goodrich Tires with only 1300 miles ea. $19.50 (6) New 590x15 4-Ply Firestone Rib Impl. Tires & Tubes. Special ea. $15.00 New treads — Exchange ea. 59.4 SEE US NOWI SPECIAL TIRE SALE DURING AUGUST BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 Farm Machinery ZENITH RCA VICTOR , ' f . RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE . • ; Phonograph Records Popular - Children - Classic • , ., :• KOSSUTH RADIO Millon Dahl 214 E. State Phone 1190 Going Going Going To Be Sold: The high-class, bungalow-type house of E. J. Evers, 1321 N. Johnson St., in Nl Algona; WHERE ALGONA IS BOUND TO GROW. EARNEST HOMESEEKERS, let us show you thfc all-modern, complete home, with 3 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and bath; hard-wood finished, msulated, and- with full basement. With oil furnace and gas now available from the street. Arrange inspection with H. D. HUTCHINS real estate office, 110 So. Dodge St. in Algona, or telephone residence 832-J. OTHER PROPERTIES FOR SALE, AND SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS, PRICED $450 TO $1800 ACCORDING TO LOCATION. D. HUTCHINS Real Estate "Bargain of the Week" 1950 Nash Statesman „ truly nice four-door sedan and quipped with new tires. Also as radio, air conditioning, and ear seat speaker. In beautiful reen finish. Priced for quick sale $675 1952 Chevrolet 2-Door A superior car in an extra fine black finish. Has radio, seat covers, other extras. Priced special his week at $1025 1950 Chevrolet 2-Door This fine car is simply loaded with extras. In nice combination of maroon and black. A nifty looker in excellent shape to go at $750 1953 Chevrolet 2-Door A really nifty "210" Deluxe model car — in luscious light blue and ivory finish. Has seat covers, radio, heater, etc. Low mileage. $1475 1941 Ford 2-Door A car that will lake you to work and bring you back and then ome. Priced to go out at $95 USED TRUCKS 1952 Chevrolet 2-Ton ieavy duty truck. 9:00x20 tires, 'wo speeds. Beady for the job. 1950 Chevrolet 1-Ton 4otor on this truck completely econditioned. New grain box and .lock lack. LOTS OF OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. ELECTRICAL • SUPPLIES • We Have Everything in Electric Fixtures — Wire — Switches — Insulators — Tape — etc. BUY HERE AND SAVE1 COAST-TO-COAST STORE BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters for Complete Home Furnishings Phone 520-W, 1008. 787-J. 602-W for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms Let Us Solve Your PLUMBING Problems * Emergency Service Depend on us any hour of the day or night when you need expert plumbing repairs. CALL 1070 Sigsbee Plumbing & Heating Algona . Used Car Lot at Standard Station Corner — Hall & State Sts. Open Every Nite QUONSET UTILITY BUILDINGS QUONSET 3J IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Financial Terms Easily Arranged MILLER Steel Building Co. Phone 1290 Milw. Depot Plax«| f { --«*•<• JlK J!

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