The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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PHONE 1100 For Sale FOR SALE — BEAUTIFUL, well marked English Springer Puppies 10 to 12 weeks old. Champion sired. Color liver and white. Ideal hunters, farm dogs and children's pets. Guaranteed healthy and priced reasonable. Bogaard Springer Kennels — Ph. 64, Humboldt, Iowa. 29-30 FOR SALE—WRECKER TRUCK, pop-cooler, cash register. Nick B. Wagner, Algona. 29* FOR SALE — Hotpoint Electric Range, A-l condition. Priced to sell. Charles Newel, Fenton, phone 154. . 29* FOR SALE— 30 ACRES ALFA- Ifa, located section 12, Sherman Twp. Call M. J. Streit, Algona, or Geo. Johnson, LuVerne. 29 GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sulation Rock Wdol ,Batts ; and granulated wool are available for your home. You too can insulate your home. See us.'F. S. Norton & Son. 28wl9tfn FOR SALE — LINCOLN ELEC- und Cutting Torches. Welding trie welders, Victor Welding equipment of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. 36-37tfn FOR SALE — TWO WHEEL trailer in excellent condition including tarp and removable cover. 210 South Wooster St. 29 FOR SALE — BINOCULARS. All sizes. 7 x 50 coated lens. •^$29.95 plus tax. Diamond's Surplus. 29tfn FOR SALE — DAVENPORT IN good condition, cheap. Mrs C. H. Downs, Titonka, Tele. 113. 29* FOR SALE — -GLADIOLUS blooms for all occasions. Schim- rnel's, 509 W. College. 29* APPLES APPLESAPPLES 100 bushel of oriole and Mantel apples. Will keep for two weeks or more. Sprayed nine times and guaranteed 100% free from worms. Best summer apple grown. 8c pound or $3.00 per bushel. Bring your own containers. Orton Fruit Farm. 29* FOR SALE — EVINRUDE MOT- ors, Lone Star glass boats, Naden Aluminum boats, used wood and aluminum boats, used motors. Sat. & Sunday are trade- in days. Hermansen's, Emmetsburg, Iowa. 29-32 FOR SALE — HEAVYWEIGHT tarps at lightweight prices. If we don't have it and we can't get it — it's not made. Diamond's Surplus. 29tfn. GET YOUR SARGENT FEEDS— Grain Balancer and Mineral Meal — at Algona Flour & Feed, phone 257. ' Itfn. 500 FIRST PRIZES! A big IH Refrigerator A Chester Upright Freeztr MM ;i *"**^Spowtrftil Air Conditioner INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER'S '200,000 SWEEPSTAKES! No jingles to write. No puzzles. Just como in and get your IH Sweepstakes Ticket, 600 lucky people will win their choice of a famous International Harvester refrigerator, freezer or air conditioner. Easy. Come in for your Sweepstakes Ticket-NOW! 250 prize! will be awarded In Sweep•lake* doting Auguit 15, 1955, and 250 prize* will be awarded in Sweepilakei doling September 15, 19)5. Winner! will be cheifti by blindfold drowingi. Algona Imple, Co. Algona Bauer Implement Wesley Kos, Co, Imple, Co, Lone Rock Modern Home Appliances Wbillemore Notice CALL OR SEE ME IF YOU need spraying gun for cockle- burrs, thistles and second brood corn borers. Phone 598J or 173 J12. R. N. Bickert, Algona, la. 29-32 APPLIANCE REPAIRS — WE are equipped to handle any and all repairs to home appliances, large or small . . . refrigerators, freezers, washers, ironers, toasters, mixers, irons; etc. .We stock wringer rolls for all washers. Quick, efficient service. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES, phone 778, Algona. YES-^-3% Current Earnings on savings & investment accounts. Insured to $10,000. Check Home Federal's 38 year record, write or call in person, best investment plan. Home Federal Savings & Loan of Algona, la. 26tfn FOR BULLDOZING OR SCRAP- er ' work with large cat—Call 2861 or 2641, Wesley. 28-31* NOTICE — I HAVE BEEN appointed Fuller brush dealer for south half of Kossuth County. Bud Ferden, 311 S. Jones, phone 822-W, Algona. 28-29* Livestock E.STRAYIJD — SHEEP AT OUR "farm Saturday. Owner may get them by paying for ad and feed. Edwin Mittag, Algona. 29* FOR SALE — 16 MEAT-TYPE tamworth sows. Tried. John Grandgenett, 3>/2 East on McGregor. 29 FOR SALE — 12 BROOD SOWS, Chester white cross, bred to a spotted Poland China. Farrowing now. Phone 1405M. Arnold Dan- iclson, 4 miles cast—Hy. 18, Algona, la. 29* FOR SALE — HORNED HERE- ford Bulls, serviceable age, also one Polled Bull. Joe Skow. Wesley^ ' 26-27-28-29* FOR SALE — POLLED AND horned Hereford bulls. Serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. 22tfn LOANS NOTICE Home Loans, special plan low interest best terms. See The Home Federal Savings & Loan at Algona, la. 26tfn WANTED — TO BORROW. PRI- vate money, $0,000, to build a house. Lot paid for. Will give first mortgage. Write Box fi9, Algona. 29* FARMERS! We Have A Complete Stock of Materials For CORN CRIBS and Double-Purpose Storage Buildings SEE US FOR FRiE ESTIMATES Ready-Mix Phone 166 * WMW* CQ- Algona Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I sincerely' wish to thank my neighbors, friends and relatives for their cards, gifts, flowers and kind deeds shown me in other Ways during my confinement in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester and during my convalescense at home. Joe H. Culbertson. 29* CARD OF THANKS Harlan, Ruth and Jonathan Blanchard wish to thank all their friends and relatives for the expressions of congratulations and good wishes. 29 CARD OF THANKS We 'are sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors for their many kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. Mrs Jacqueline Pifer & Son, Earl Steinman and family, M. W. Woltz and family. 29* CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to our relatives, neighbors and friends for the tributes to our husband and father and grandfather, Birnie M. Burlingame. Thanks to the Minister, singer and pianist, the pallbearers, for all the cards, flowers, food and tributes. Mrs Burlingame and family, Miss Nellie Burlingame and Beulah. . 29* Read and use the Classified Ads Every Week in The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Wanted WANTED — MARRIED MAN for farm work. Mervin Priebe, Fenton, Iowa. 29 WANTED — CUSTOM SPRAY- ing of weeds in corn fields. Have Haggie-Hi — clearance sprayer. A. F. Van Buren — Vz mile west of Algona on gravel road.. Phone. 387W. 28-29* WANTED — WAITRESS, NO Sunday work. Grotte's Cafe. 28-29 WANTED — ON THE CAR radiator and block cleaning, $5.00. Cook's Radiator Repair South Phillips street. 16tfn WANTED Experienced Reddy-To-Wear Saleslady Beteween 25 and 50. This is a permanent job. Salary $35 to $40 per week. Must Be Experienced Apply io Iowa State Employment Service Algona, Iowa 29* WANTED In THIS AREA Men and Women for the TV Field WAGES $100 and up per week. Must meet certain qualifications. No Commercial Experience Necessary. We will arrange training for industry that Won't Interfere With Present Employment, If Qualified. If Mechanically Inclined, Get In on the Ground Floor. Fill Out and Mail This Coupon for Interview with Bonded Representative. Mail to: PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, 3834 Lanewood Dr., Des Moines, Iowa. Name Address Telephone Age Occupation x 29-30* Sign of a good buy! TODAY'S TOP BUY • 1950 CHiV. 4-dr. Cleanest used car in town Machinery PERCIVAL MOTORS Dodge-Plymouth Phone 1464 MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 1—"44". Massey-Harris With *<!• jusiable front end 1—1948 Model A John Deere with adjustable front end 1—1951 Model WD AlHs-Chalmers with adjustable front end 1—Model "M" Fafmall 1—Model "C" Allis-Chalmers COMBINES 1—1948 A-6 Case with Continental Motor 1—1950 Allis-Chalmers 60 with motor — like new 1—No. 12A John Deere—Greatly reduced price PLOWS 1—2-16 Allis-Chalmers plow with rubber 1—2-16 M-M plow on rubber- plowed 50 acres 1—3-14 , Mf Cormick-Deering on rubber 1—3-14 Oliver . 1—2-14 John Deere LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA PHONE 64, 29 Real Estate FOR SALE — 12 x 16 BUILDING, 6 ft. sides, good floor, at Schutter farm, 3 south, 1 west of Titonka. 29-30* BARGAIN IN HOME — LOVELY well kept family home at 439 N. Thorington, living room with fireplace, library or T.V. room, four bedrooms, lots of nice closets, priceless woodwork; hundreds spent iii such as insulation, wiring, fine basement and heating, trees would take lifetime or more, paved and close in; all that and priced now where buyer will get most for money in town — terms. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 29 FOR SALE — WILLRETT ES- tate farm. 240 acres. To settle estate located 2 miles east 4 miles north Algona, Iowa. Possession March 1, 1956. Rudy Willrett, Agent, Burt, Iowa. 28-29-30* FOR SALE — 119^ ACRE farm, far above average buildings, all tiled, all' under plow, some terms. Mr and Mrs 'Lee Jensen, Owatonna.'Minn. RFD 2. 28-29* MOBILE HOMES 1 >/ All makes available, but am stocking only the best. Liberal trade-in, low interest, 5 years to pay. KING'S COURT Trailer Sales Webster. City, Iowa Phone 1261' 14Tfn Ex-Champ Loses In Golf Tourney A former club champion, Dave Everds of Ames, fell during first round action in the Algona Country Club's annual championship golf tourney during the week. Flip Miller, local youngster, sent Everds to the sidelines, 5-4, and advanced to the quarterfinals. Pete Langmack, another youngster, and Dr. Harold Erickson. also advanced with wins during the period. Second round pairings are: Nidas Dermand vs. Pete I.yng- mack; Dr. Harold Erickson vs. Gene Cook; Flip Miller vj. Jack Canning;'and Bob King v»s. Craig Smith. Two younger golfers and two oldsters will emerge from these matches into the semi-finals. Bancroft 5-4 Loser, Sunday, To Mason City The Bancroft Lions were stopped, 5-4, by Mason City at Bancroft Sunday night before a crowd Of 1600 fans, but managed to retain third place in the Iowa State League with a season mark of 10-9. Bancroft's loss to the Legionnaires was the third one-run decision dropped by Manager Jack Budding's crew during the week. Estherville's Red Sox will visit Bancroft Saturday night, while Spencer will be there the next night. Top pitching effort of the week was turned in by Johnnie Hill as he blanked Carroll, 4-0, last Friday night. Ho allowed only five scattered singles in picking up his fifth win against three losses. Jack Dudding led the Lions at the plate with two base knocks. Mason City had the Lions down, 3-1 until the top of the eighth frame, Sunday. Downs then belted a home run with a mate on to give the visitors a 5-1 margin that looked secure. An error and four walks gave the Lions a trio of runs in the bottom of the eighth without a hit, but the threat was halted and Mason City took the win. Ron Schaefer and McNamara hurled for Bancroft, while O'Connell and Black toiled on the hill for Mason City. The losers got only one hit after the first inning, and a total of three for the night. Mason City got six. Collegians Hold Softball Lead . The Egg Heads downed the National Guard, 11-8, in a single game at the Athletic Park Tuesday night in a city recreation league game. Dick Lavrenz and John Hagg of the winners and Jim Kelly, Howard Battj Dick Godt'redson and Jerry Davis of the National Guard each had two hits. ; , League Standings fc .,.- , W ,, L Collegians C 0 "Eggheads'- 3 3 Independents 3 3 Bulldozers _-2 3 Post Office — 2 4 National Guard 1 4 + * » The Post Office downed the Independents, 11-4, and the Collegians swamped the Bulldozers, 27-11, in games pluyed Monday night. A,fte> trailing early, the Post Office team came back with a 12-hit attack and faultless fielding to down the Indies, who ab.. registered 12 hits. Hank Geilenfeld, Bob Devine and Don Smith hurled for the winners with Geilenfeld taking the win, while Norm Gade got the loss. Gary Hoover got three hits for the losers, while Whitcy Voigt, Bill Bestenlehner, Devine and Smith each got a pair for the winners. Mike Stoffcl, Indie left- fielder, was the fielding sensation of the contest, coming up with numerous sparkling catches. The Collegians wore threatened early, but made a rout of their game with the Bulldozers in the late stages. Dave Zittritsch, Jack Lichter and Shag Cook held the losers to five hits, while Ron Harlan, first of three Bulldozer flinger."?, took the loss. Th.j winners got 18 hits, with Lichter getting a pair of triples, pair of singles and a home run to top both teams at the plate. Junior Golfers To Vie July 23 Plans for the first annual Algona Junior Invitational Golf Tournament were announced this week by the chairmen of the event, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith It will be held at the local country club, Saturday, July 23. with 18-hole flights set to tee-of! at 11 a.m. and 9-hole flights at 3 p.m. There will be a buffet lunch, all kinds of prizes for t. variety of efforts and a putting contest for non-golfers. Flip Miller and Pat Ferris an co-chairmen of the tourney. UDM Classfieds Pay Dividends NOTICE Feeder Pigs and Feeder Lambs SALES EVERY DAY See • Rich Reiling Located on Hy. 18 on the west edge of Wesley PHONE 3961 road tracks. The company will store bulk fertilizer in the concrete block structure. Holtzbauer's home will be erected on East Call street by the Botsford Lbr. Co. The structure is valued at $11,100. Hurt's new home, on the corner of South Ackley and Nebraska streets, will be built by Bennie Wibben, and is valued at $13,400. Possibility of relocation of the storm sewer serving the area around the Trinity Lutheran Church will be studied. Dr. H. D. Meyer and William C. Dau appeared at the meeting and told of the back-up of water into the church basement after heavy rains. A complaint came from Tim O'Brien, who stated that sewagtf drains on his pasture in the southeast part of Algona. The Council decided that property owners in that entire area who are not now attached to sanitary sewer must connect to city sewer now. John Gisch offered the city $500 for approximately 17 acres of land located generally south of Blackford Park. Of the entire acreage, only five acres are tillable. No action was taken on his offer by the council. A new ordinance, number 368, was passed. It reduces the amount of the license fee for the operator of a roller skating rink from $120 to $25 per year. The fee was considered too high when compared to various other licenses collected. The council will meet again tonight (Thursday). Finds Europeans Friendly Folks Mrs Dorothy Dewel, recounting some of her experiences while on a tour of England and Western Europe earlier this year, told Rotarians Monday noon that the only criticism she heard of Americans while in England was that they disliked our habit of chewing gum. Mrs Dewel said she found extreme friendliness everywhere, and especially so in England and Scotland. She also visited in Paris, and traveled to Switzerland and Italy, partly by train and partly by bus, and took a coastal tour along the North Sea to Holland, Belgium and Germany. Switzerland she described as a "picture window country", and she enjoyed her visit to Italy where she said she was surprised to see fewer signs of extreme poverty than she had imagined. Among the interesting observations made was that central heating in England was reserved only for the very ^wealthy, and in France electricity was used sparingly, so much so that in her hotel you could ride an elevator going up, but had to walk coming back down. She also attended the Follies, and the performance ran continuous from 8:30 p.m. to about midnight. A trip along the Rhine river in Germany was also one of the most interesting portions of her trip, she said, in describing the heavy river traffic by boats of many nations. She traveled tourist class across the Atlantic on the Holland American line. Thursday, July 21, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—7 of the Ringsted high school. The couple will be at home in Ringsted after a short wedding trip. Attending the wedding from this area were the bride's grandparents, Mr and Mrs George But- tcrfield, Sr., the Roger Lindes, the Virgil Jensens, and, from Algona, the George Buttcrficlds Jr., and the Clarence Hunts. RUBBER STAMPS — ALL • kinds, sizes and shapes. Also numbering machines, dater tamps, notorial seals, bronze plaques, inks, pads, marking pencils. Upper Des Moines Publl 'ng Co., phone 1100, Algona. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends SCOTCH TAPE AND DISPENS- ers — All sizes and widths. Uu- per Dos Moines Publishing Co., 9 Bldg. Permits Get Council O.K. New buildings and sowers provided most of the business for Algona's city council during tri- weekly meeting at the city hull Thursday night. Nine building permits were given the green light. They went to W. J. and Phyllis Lamuth, Robert Holtzbauer, Merlin Sill, Owen Hurt, Don Prieskorn, Frances L. Herbst, Claire G. Anderson, J. G. Dahlhauser and the Farm SeYviee Co. of Swea City. Holtzbauer and Hurt are building new homes, while the Farm Service Co., is set to erect a new storage building worth $6,000 south of East McGregor street and east of the North Western Rail- (POWEl-PIOPEUED) USED MOWERS ON HAND Both Reel 8t Rotary Types Kohlhaas Hdwe. Swea Girl Weds Ringsted M. D. Sunday, July 17 Swea City — A former Swea City girl, Marilyn Butterfielri, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Butterfield of Dolliver, was married Sunday, July 17, to Elclo Harder, son of Mrs Gust Harder of Keystone and the lute Gust Haider, at the Lutheran church in Kstlx-T- ville. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Olson of the Dolliver Lutheran church in the presence of about 300 guests. The bride, a graduate of the Dolliver high school, .was-graduated in June from the Mounds- Park Midway school of nursing witli a degree in nursing from Hamline University, SI. Paul. Shi.' will be employed by a Ringsted physician. Mr Harder is principal FARMS FOR SALE or WANTED Loans — Free Inspection Farm Management EMMETT KNARY Phone 2291 — LuVerne, la. For Information About BLUE CROSS and Blue Shield See C. H. DOWNS TITONKA, IOWA Phone 113 Representative for Kossuth, Palo Allo & Emmr-t Counties Services WEAVE-BAC Repair Burns, Moth Holes Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 222 W. Nebr. St. Phone 965-W Algona 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 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. DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS Collins, Thompson and Willis Professional Engineers Morton W. Bittinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122 \<z E. State Phone 1372 Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE 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 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge St. Phone 103 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance .RAY N. BESCH For your insurance needs Algona Phone 50 . 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 Algona CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone 251W 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 TELEVISION and RADIO SERVICE When you buy a television set or a radio, you want to know that there is prompt, expert service to bark up the sale. That's what you'll get when you buy from GENE'S RADIO & TELEVISION (7 Years Experience) Phono 215-W Algona Across from Norton's Lumber BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phone 520-W, 1008, 787-J, 1-152-W for evening appointments Established i'J'-'.i Easy Terms ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Plionogiaph Records Popular — Children — Classic KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl ^11 K. Stale Phone 1100 HEHBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House Household- Goods, and Many Other Forms Phone 93 Ted S. Herbsl ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Iowa 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. Algona Phone 841 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL KEN C. KICKBUSH Bankers Life Company 419 E. North Si. Phono 874-J Algona DOCTORS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 2 Hi 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. 19 C. H. CRETZMEYER. M. D. Surgeon & Physician 10!! So. Harla'u St. Phones: Office, 310; Home 444 DANIEL L, BRAY, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Sawyer Building Office Ph. 127 Res. 827 DR. R. A. EVANS, M. D. Specializing In Asthma ALGONA. IOWA DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office 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 OiVice phone 991 Residence phone 174 BEAUTICIANS MODERNISTIC BEAUT SHOP Valeria — Orplia liOl South Dodge Phone 290 STAR BEAUTY SHOP Alice Wilkins Delores Hackbarth 116 N. Moore St. Phone 27!)

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