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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1955
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PHONE 1 tOO FOR SALE — 1fi'x20' Quonset steel building carafe with over- lu-acl door. Priced S750. You move I it. Like new. Inquire Miller Steel ! Bldg. Co., phone 1290, Algona. 27 MOBILE HOMES Wanted WANTED- CASHIER. ALGONA Theatre. full or part timo. Ap*ply Dick Phillips. Mgr. Algona Theatre. 2| am For Sale GKT YOUR SAKGENi' FEEDS— Grain Balancer and Mineral Meal — at Algona Flour & Feed, nhone 257. Hfn. FOR FOK SALE- FARM. i<>0 A. S2.T'. 000, half clown and balance on j terms. 7 room house, new style barn H2'xoO'. conuTib. ln».^ hou.-'. 1 . chicken house and cranai y. Lawrence Witt, Wer.l Concord, Minn. All makes available, but slocking only the best. Liberal trade-in, low interest, 5 years lo pay. KING'S COURT Trailer Sales WANTED - HOME FOR FOUR puppies, half cocker, half spit?:. James T., McEnroe, n i mile- south Drive-In theater. Used Cars & Trucks 97* FOR SALE—1955 DODGEM-*TR Custom Royal, full power, low miles, guaranteed. $2495. 1952 Dodge, Coronet Club Coupe, extra clean—$795. Dodge truck, 1 ton, 1949, factory built rack. Studebaker 1949, 2-dr. champion* .1. E. Ukf-rui & Co.. Lakota. 26-27* SALE BY OWNERS -^72 in it's fined land in Swifl .,„- County. Minnesota. Very eood full Vuiation Hock Wool Baits and | basement home. RKA. s:-h«ol bus, uranulated \v..ol are available for!:? mil' 1 , t.. town. new. Hto-ft. well. GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- . your home. You too can insulate vour home. See us. F. S. Norton & Son. 28wl'Jtfn ., .- . . five miles of ne\v and nearlv n< \v fences. 3 mile:- of tile, barn and outbuildings POM. 250 acre* tillable and undei rotation. Car) uc purchased with »r without full Webster Cily, Iowa Phone 1261 14Tfn LOANS NOTICE Home Loans, .-picia! plan !uw interest best tr The Ilonv Federal Loan at AU'ona. la. Savings & 2(itfn Machinery FOR SALE TAX FREE. I'N- deiwood pu; table typewriter, i j lm , u | Pan baseball shoe?-, si/.i, 8. Tele. | i,. ss tl'ian market price and KHIK. M. E. Kmt;. 27. | head of fine cows. 1'ru'ed at S150 per acre and $160 pf'i head real good machint ry at 40 FOR SALE TWELVE BASE Piano Accoifhon. excellent condition. Phone 17r',R3.'id Kucck. AJcona. ~<" FOR SALE — rraiit-hand cu WINDROWER. Ciair BolhnueT. phone 71(i. Lone Rock. ItAva. 27 j _— SALE -- MeCOHMK'K I im bindc-r u.-cd a. wmri- FOR SALE — LINCOLN F.I.EC- iir.d Ciittma Torches. Welding tuc welders, V;, tor Weldm;.: equipment of ail kind-. Cook's Wcklcis Supply, Algona. Iowa. 3<i-3~lfn CHICKS FOR SALE - (5-WEEK ..•Id Leghorn Pullet.- W!' !•« per 100. while tiny !,i.-t Kf • ti IK k drhverv. Superior Arrn' Real Estate lui co'.vs. calves inchided. Five ;• m-tered Ani;ii.-- bulls pr;c.. a i. a.-oi^-bl". Thi:- i- a < oinp'.'-tc c!i an-up of a vet y profitable' en- j e; ,,!;,:: "the ! l.Hi.-lliCS:- ll;l'..-i "StS j fi.;c. sale. Goo:! ].,|;,,'e to live -- j r,..t (,e f:om s;ood fi-hmu lake.-, j and land bunl- ; •- fa: 1 :--: that i aiscd ; FOR D". . ;o\v. i. John K. Harms. Burt. Tin on ."7. state champ Dial clnect with owniis, , o: c.,11 Ql'INN BROS.. Hen- Minn. -I FOK .SALEN. E. Ak F..;; P.ldi;.. Be.-;., riiciiivr • 1MH1 ACRE FARM .;ia. All in crops. Contact Francis Ch;d(n. Iowa. R 3. :'ri-i'7* FARMS FOR SALE or WANTED Loans — Free Inspection Farm Management EMMETT KNARY Phone 2291 — LuVcrnc. la. BETTER USED MACHINERY BUYS NOW a} Jho ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. TRACTORS 1952 SC Case Tractor, A-L guaranteed compleie with cult. & Eagle hitch. WILL TRADE . --• S895 1941 "H" Tractor, A-l condition . . 5625 1940 Farmall "M" wiih new Power Package and remote conlxol -- S995 1937 J. D. "B", Very clean, good rubber , S125 MISCELLANEOUS 1—New Horn Loader compleie for H or M. Reg. S325. SALE PRICE S250 1—Brand New IH 4-can milk cooler. Reg. S420. SALE PRICE . S275 WANTED — NIGHT WAITRESS or waitress for day and night work. Excellent pay for experienced steady girl. Transportation furnished. Van's Cafe. 27* WANTED" — ON THE CAR ladiator and block cleaning, Sij.OO. Cook's Radiator Repair South PniUips street. ICtfn WANTED ~T"HENS & SPRINGS. For price call Agard Produce, LuVerne, phone 2423. 20-28* wT^rED^-SMA LL ACREAGE* clove to Algona. Prefer 2 or 3 bedroom, modern home. Arthur B. A.-hton. Hillcrest M° bi ]P Court. Algona. 26-27*^ WANTED —'CLEAN COTTON press rags. Upper Des Moines Pub. CVe WANTED — ANY BREED OF dairy cows or heifers. Right now I m-ed good Hoistein heifers thai will freshen from now through Sept. Also have good HoUrm Bull for sale or rent. Cnarhe Quinn. phone 5001. Ban croft. • 2(5-27^ Notice i APPLIANCE REPAIRS — WE j are equipped to handle any and all repairs to home appliances, i large or small . . . refrigerators. ; free/.ers, washers, ironers, toast- i ers. mixers, irons, etc. We stock i wringer rolls for all washers. .Quick, efficient service. BEECH- JER LANE APPLIANCES, phone |778, A\gona. YES— '.'> r ' Current* Earnings on savings & investment accounts. Insured to S10.000. Check Home i Federal's 38 year record, write or I call in person, best investment ' plan Home Federal Savings & i Loan of Algona. la. 2fitfn Livermore Lady Mending After Recent Mishap HOUSE FOR SALE This house is located at 1021 Norlh Minnesota Street in Algona. Iowa, presently occupied by Fred Meyer. Sealed bids will be taken at the office of Hutchison. Hutchison & Carroll. Security Sale Bank Building, Algona. on July 8 at i 1-^cw Ottawa pothole digger 3:00 P.M. : TERMS: Cash on approval of tille by purchaser'* attorney. Possession will be given August 1. 1955. Parlies desiring to inspect house call office of Hutchison, Hutchison k Carroll, telephone 1200 or call Arnold Meyer. Ex- BE YOUR OWN BOSS $400 MONTH SPARE T1AAE I Lixeimoie —Mis Net tic Beer? I .-.- recovering from an injury re- •C'iv-:d ironi a washing machine | -A iinger last week. Her hand be! came entancled in the wringer. i c..'.i>m_: painful injuries. She i- j r.'.-inu vi.-itecl by a daughter from • j Wi.--.. ..,nsin. ecujor of William Meyer Estate, ] telephone 322. Lone Rock, Iowa, to fit H & M. SPECIAL. .5125 1—SxlO ft. Dullmeir Borge box with 2" floor S135 1—New wide front lor M, Super M and 400 IH tractor S165 1—New King & Hamilton 4-ton wagon gear. SPECIAL ... S135 1—Midwest hyd. wagon hoist SI 10 1—New EZE Flow Horndraulic Loader SPECIAL PRICE 1—Used No. 4 IH 4-wheel spreader on rubber, good, 070 New Mozall Mowers with 2-2 h.p. Brigcjs & Stratton and 3.6 h.p. Koher engines. 1—6 ft. Case Horse Mower with hitch . - 520.00 l_New Broadjet Sprayer complete with pump $95 1 —No. 10 IH Hammer Mill wilh screens and knives . S4S 1—JD Hammer Mill S30.00 1—Montgomery Ward hammer- mill with Walsh power drive attachment. Sprayer Equipment drops and nozzles, pumps, etc. i—40 ij. Farmers Friend Elevator, s,-5£EvsK?=£',SK?: &• - ••• ss - <°H m X Also 170 P 0 A. in Canada well-.mproved a, r..lI in,;...«m,nl. W i Rc-fii'mu and collecting money i horn -iui hie!', tiadi. nut machines 1 in li'.is a: < a. No M liing ... to i u;;ai.;-.' f"; WO/K you must have ; c;-:. refo;vnces. S'iOO cash secured ; bv )!:to!y Devoting lj-8 h'.'iurs 'a v. i ' k to bu.-;ness. your end on i pi rct-''itoi:e of collections will net ! i:|-i to $400 monthly w,th veiy | goo<i possibility of taking over ' full time pi-nod. Incfune inrreas- i :ng aecoidingly. For interview. ! ::'..I.K!e phoni 1 in application. i Wn'.i: Box 360. DCS Mumes. Iowa. i 26-127" COLORED SLIDES Sales Barn on Monday. —, Algona on Sat.. July 23; boih at 8 p.m. of 186 FARMS FOR SALE ;,ZE zs MOUW REAL ESTATE AGENCY _ , , . Phone 170 St. Ansgar. la. 10:30 a. m. 2 FARMS at AUCJJON Tues., July 12, The Russell Harris unimproved 80 acres, level farm, all tillable I except where cribs stand. Farm is located 2 north and 2 east of, Cylinder, la., or 10 east of Emmetsburg, la, Tues, July 12, The Ferguson Bros. 120 acre improved farm located '2 south 2 west ond Ifc miles south of Cylinder, la. Farm has good improvements, 90 acres good crop land rest in pasture. TERMS: 20°= down day of sale and sign an ordinary sales contract agreeing to pay the balance on or before Jan. 1, 1956. Uan representative will be at sale. Possession March 1, 1956, or sooner. For further information, contact the OWNERS or L. A. Montgomery or A. F. Tatman of the Amos Grant Co. e have on hand Broyhill Spray eis, pull-typo with 115 & 220 gal. tanks. Gel our deal before you buy. l—No.,4s cream separator, complete overhaul & guaranteed. Massey-Harris hay loader, A-l S20 1—1953 IH 45 T Baler. A-l S895 We need Used Combines. Balers and Mowers. 1 — 1948 KB-8 IH truck tractor with sleeper cdO. PRICED TO SELL. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. International-Harvester Phone 52 Algona Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS It :.- with out deepest ...nd tv.o-i, thanks to ai! o p .;r neu;;.- e,-i-, liK-nci.- .ind !elat;vi.s. th" I", of I. cliele. the cirel oi which mother was an lionm ;,:y :i!> ii:l", r* nui minister, tin 1 >;nu>: s ..r.d pianist, the pall t)eare: s, \::i- :!o\ver ladies, ail the caids >f >\ mpa'.hy. nu-ir.": la! tributes. 1:1;' utes, Howci.-. fooii given a- a tribute to eui dear and luvini; •n.-'.lu:. Mrs Margaret Hern!-.,.., 1 . -Hei family. Mis Hoy (Ma: ;.•;.•• Wi sthrig aiui iaimly: Mr Wesii v I'.i : i:hard and u.mily: Mr Fl- .; Kuepko and lamily. 'JT ' CARD OF THANKS 1 w:.-h to liiank all I hose • ,in:e 1,- sire ir.e in llio iv-p;', my p:>\'i«ii;.- illr.ess and als; the nice ea: us and i:itts. K-.i'. D. io lev Livestock CARD OF THANKS 1 -inci.-rflv wish to r.ei.^iibors, tri-.-nds ;-:r.d rel. >\, lor tile chillis, flowers, gifts . Kind di eds slvwn me m o'. \v;.ys wlulf hoir.e .ir.r: .; ing my eont nu •nii-nt .-.t the M- ho.-pn.d ut Fort Dodge. Mis Brown. " FOK SAI.K HOHNtD HEHK- lor.i Uu!l.-. sri vuv;-nlc aye. al.-o OIH- Po!u\i Mull. .Joe Sko\v. We-iev Jti ^7-2H-a:C FOR SALE POLLED AND horned Hereford 1ml!.-. Serviceable .-.ue. P. M. C!-.r;.-tfiison. Lone Rock. 22t!n FOK SALE 4^ HEAD FEEDER pins, vaccinated. c;..-t >iip- pi-d. 40-4f) LI'. ;-,vei,..ue v.emht. Phom Fi-nton llu:i. Funk Sv; ly Rm^.-ted. lou\. -7 CARD OF THANKS With deepest gratitude wi . •:tend tins \\ord of thanks lor ' i •-> niuiiy acts ol sympathy expii.---. i by thoii-htlul I! lends. Tlu M K::: i- iii. sst-s have nu-ant much to .Mr ;.nd Mrs Louis Lynk. J7 CARD OF THANKS We take thi.-. nu,iii> ot expu." IIIK our l hank.-, lor tho.-e \\ i. helped so willmg'\' to h.uhtcii o..: iio.der. in tile bereu\\UK nt v. !i:e:i ri-ei'iitly came lo u> .\\i:i i Seluiit.;. son.- and faniilie.-. -~ A-.<C Darv! O. Sittiu. son of • Mr r.nd M:> Otto Sittiij. Liver! ;y,e:e. has been transferred to For ',11.— Air Forte Base. Kansas, for ' .-•smr.ii.ej-.t from Chanute Air • Foice Ba.-e in Illino;.-. Sittm en- ured t'r.e air foice in 1954, re- i c'. ,vtd IMS basic: at Lacr.- j'.ai.'l AFB. Te.\:.-s and has b^en j a.-signed to jet engine mechanics. i lie is a graduate ot LuVerne iii.uh. • Bobby Lenertv: commenced work i at the" John Lcncrlz farm near Algona Friday. Mr and Mrs Jack Syles tooK their daughter. Mrs Fred Stru- thcr-' and son to Des Moines Thursday, where she took a plane to New York. Friday she left New York fur Germany, where she will join her husband, '.vno is stationed there. Mary Kay and Slu^n Lene:t:: and their cou>m. Sondra Mont gornery of Mitchell. S. D.. who is visitir.i: them, left Wi-dne^iay io-.- > Minneapolis where '! ' ;• went to visit their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs G. A. G.ievre There was a Lanf-Luncistro.'i- family reunion July -it., at the Otis Lane home. The Link Hughes Uiiir.iy aivi Mrs Alice Collins wore ia.-t Wed- ne.-dav evenini; -upper quests in tho Claude Lawrence home. Agnes Berie is spe;-.dmK a few days with her araiidrr. 'the:'. Mrs Susan Bertc. in S'.. Joe. Mr and Mr.- N;ek Klein ana family were Sundav dinner uuestr: at the home oi .\!r- Klein's -i>'.er, Mrs Rudy, i.nd famiiv .at We.-lev. In the oveninp they were all vi.-itois at the hu:ne of another -',-?• : V '.L .- J"!.n Dil,; and family at Wesley. I Mr.- Anna Berie an.l A -,)H>I were Sundav dinne: quests at the home of Mr and Mrs Nick Berte near S'.. Joe. I A .-on was born Thursday morn- i :nii to Mr and M:.- Len/. at St. I Ann ho>pital in Alji"na. Mrs I l.t nz is tht roiiy.i r Donna Olson, daughter of Mr ..nd Mrs Olson. Mr.- K.ite Bari.m of Mmnea- poj'- eame Wednesday for a visit wit! 1 , her -on, Howard Bar ton. and family. Mr and Mr; Ne.,1 Barton, also nf Minneapolis, came- to spend the Fourth at t'r.e Howard Barton home. Mrs Kate Ba'.iAn ucc uuuamed them home Mr and Mrs Frank Grant and famiiv of Corwith an:i Charle.- Smith home. Mr Grant is Mr Smith's nephew. The following Lutheran ministers held a six-thirty o'clock faro- well dinner in the fellowship hall of the Lutheran church Thursday evening, honoring the Rev. O William Luecke and family, who are moving to Fort Dodge. The Rev. and Mrs L. Loesch of Algona, the Rev. and Mrs Wittkopp, Burt: the Rev. and Mrs Krucger of Cylinder: the Rev. Strelow of Humboldt: Mrs Green and children of West Bend, and Leacher Walters of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Layton attended the funeral services ot Mr Lavton's father at Gilmore City Saluiclay afternoon. He passed away Thursday following a broken hip the previous Saturday. He was 91 years o! ape. Mr and Mrs Richard McKenna and three children and Mrs Shirley Marlines and son left Saturday for Pine River. Minn., where thev wen' to visit Mrs McKenna's mothei and her brother and Mrs McKenna's sister, Mrs Roy Peterson. Mr and Mrs Robert Beckel and daughter Susan, of Eagle Grove were Sunday afternoon visitors •ind supoer guests at the Alvin Lenrrt/. home. Mr and Mrs Goorse Lenertz Mr an-:! Mrs Alvin Lenertz and famiiv and Sandra Montgomery of Mitchell. S. D. enjoyed a picnic .Tulv 4 a' thf Ted Wagner home near LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Henry Groh. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker, and Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson spent the day | Wednesday with friends in Hayfield. Minn. j Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes i spent the 4th with their son-in- I law and daughter. Mr and Mrs | Ed Reimers in Fenton. i Mrs Medora Salisbury of Jefferson and the Arthur Salisbury famiiv nf near Churdan were last Sunday dinner guests at the Claude Lawrence home. In the afternoon. Mrs Howard Farmer and daughter of Sioux Citv and the Tom Bovincton famiiv of Thursday, July 7, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 recently participated in t li e Army's 180lh birthday celebration at Kitzingen, Germany. Corporal Wood is a member nf the 5th Field Artillery Battalion. A clerk in Battery B of the battalion, he entered the Army in December 1953 and arrived overseas in May 19.i4. He is a 1940 graduate of LuVerne Public High School. RUBBER STAMPS — ALL kinds, sizes and shapes. Also numbering machines, daler stamps, notorial seals, bronze plaques, inks, pads, marking pencils. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., phone 1100, Algona. Read and use the Classified Ads Every Week in The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Services WEAVE-BAC Repair Burns, Moth Holes Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 222 W. Nebr. St. Phone 965-W Algona DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS BOTTLE GAS Install — Service — Deliver BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE During Business Hours CALL 520-W Evenings. Holidays & Sundays CALL 1008 or 1229-W If no answer call 787-J Collins, Thompson and Willis Professional Engineer* Morton W. Bittmger. P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122'- E. State Phone 1372 Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE Grove called at the Law! rence home. Margaret and Maui reep. Lawrence returned home i with tho Salisbury famiiv for i i a V.'eeK S ViSlt. Mr and Mrs Howard McCradv. Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith, and Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady Jr went to the home of Mrs Anna Goetsch in LuVerne Wednesday evening to help her celebrate her I seventy-sixth birthday. Thirty| two relatives and friends attend- i ed the party. ! Algona Corporal i In Germany ! Kitzingen. Germany — Cul. ', Eltni; E. Wood, son of Mr and .\!rs I Walter A. Wood. Algona. Iowa. F-R - E- E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See Us For All Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. 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 125 r ihote TOUGH CUTTING JOBS Let Us Solve Your PLUMBING & HEATING PROBLEMS * Emergency Service Depend on us any hour of the day or night when you need expert plumbing or heating repairs. CALL 1070 SIGSBEE PLUMBING & HEATING Alcona BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge St. Phone 103 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance RAY N. BESCH For your insurance needs Algona Phone 50 CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling. Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone 25IW KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over 49,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y 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. Herbsl USED MOWERS ON HAND Both Reel & Rolary Types Kohlhaas Hdwe. TIRES WANTED We need good 7.60x15 and S.OOx 15 trade-in tires. We can exchange ; with you for Firestone DeLuxe Sunda\ [Champions with lifetime guaran- Yfternoon visitors at the Cecil ) tee. the original equipment tire - — i on 1954 cars. At Ihe following trade-in prices: t TELEVISION and RADIO SERVICE When yuii buy a television set or a radio, you want to know that there is piompt, expert ser| vice tu back up the sale. j That's what you'll get when you i buy from GENE'S RADIO & TELEVISION (7 Years Experience) Plume 215-W Algona Across from Norton's Lumber ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Iowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with S10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor A. J. RICKLEFS All types, including Life, Accident, and Hospitilization Insurance 1 Phone 354 HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing Stale Farm Ins. Co. 300 E. Elm St. Algona Phone 841 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL _ 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, Res. Ph. 326 For Rent NOTICE Feeder Pigs and Feeder Lambs SALES EVERY DAY ATTENTION COKSTRUCTIO: Worker.-! Sleep!!! 1 , :IMI!!:> : rent, close-in, 1'^n-. Piioiie 14;'> alter 5:30 p.m. Florence SOU-HM.: 207 Water Tower St. -7 SALESWOMAN For lingerie and Hosiery Department WANTED Experienced woman preferred Good salary and commission. 7.60x15, black $19.95 7.60x15, W sidewall $23.50 8.00x15, black $21.95 8.00x15, W sidewall $25.75 • All prices plus tax and recappable tire. FOWLERS Bradley Bros. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phone 520-W, 1003. 7o7-J. 1452-W for evening appo.i.tmenis •"Established 1925 Eu.-y Terms 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. Phonos: Office, 310: Home 444 DANIEL L, BRAY, M. D, Physician & Surgeon Sawyer Building Oifice Ph. 127 Res. 827 ' DR. R. A. EVANS, ~M. D. Specializing In Asthma ALGONA, IOWA DENTISTS See Phone 940 Sac City, Iowa 27. Rich Reiling Located on Hy. 18 on the west edge of Wesley PHONE 3961 Expert TV and Radio Service Schooled and Trained Men For All Types Service Work Beecher Lane Appliances Phone 778 Located in Cowan Bldg. Supply Building ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children - Classic KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Di-h: 'jl-i E. State ri.uiie liyu DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Ot'liee in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone 44 Residence phone 116 DR. N. J. KELLEY Office over Hall-Strahorn Hdwe Office Phone 605 Residence Phone 425 DR. C. D. SCHAAP Office over S & L Store Office phone 991 Residence phone 174 BEAUTICIANS MODERNISTIC BEAUT SHOP Valeria — Orpha 501 South Dodge Phone 290 STAR BEAUTY SHOP Alice Wilkins Dolores Hackbarth 116 N. Moore St. Phone 279

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