The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 7
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PHONE 1100 UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend! J & L MOTORS USED CAR UYS * 1953 CHRYSLER WINDSOR. Hard-top with radio, heater, Highlander plaid interior and 4-new tubeless tires. What a beauty. , $1495 * 1953 PLYMOUTH Four-door with radio, heater, overdrive and simply loaded with extras. Special price, only $1045 1951 KAISER Four-door with radio, heater and overdrive. Low price for a serviceable car. $395 -K Tuesday Nites ! TUNE IN KGLO-TV Every Tuesday nite — 9:30 P.M. -a "different" and interesting TV program J&L Motors Ph. 595 Algona for Sale FOR SALE — REFRIGERATOR, apt. size electric stove, sewing machine, studio couch, ironing board, chairs, small articles. Call at 121 So. .Durant St. between 1 and 3 o'clock Saturday or Sunday. Anton Didriksen. 31* FOR SALE — BINOCULARS. All sizes. 7 x 50 coated lens. $29.95 plus tax. Diamond's Surplus. 29tfn FOR SALE — BEAUTY SHOP in'Hurt, Call 16 or see Donna Bolie. 31 NOTICE Have you heard about our low cost Baler Twine on sale now at $5.80 in sizeable quantities? Bradley Bros. 30-31 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 ORTON FRUIT FARM — THE Dolga Crab . produces to the pound more bright red jelly without any pectin, and less sugar, than any apple known. This is their "on" year, get a two years supply while they are plentiful and cheap. 75c for Vi bushel, if you pick them, or 5c per <lb. at the storage. The bright red fall apple "Beacon" is how ripe, good cooking and desert apple. Bring own containers for over 20 Ibs. All apples guaranteed free from worms. 31*-32* FOR SALE — HEAVYWEIGHT tarps at lightweight prices. If we don't have it and we can'.t get it — At's not made. Diamond's SurplOs. ' / . 29tfn. GET "VfOUR SARGENT FEEDS— Grain Balancer and Mineral Meal — at Algona Flour & Feed, phone 257. Itfn. FOR SALE — THREE FOX Terriers, well marked. 4 miles north and IVfe east of Bancroft. Mrs Maynard White, Bancroft, la. 31 GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sulation Rock Wool 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- and Cutting Torches. Welding trie welders, Victor Welding equipment of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. 36-37tfn Notice CALL OR SEE ME IF YOU need spraying done for cockle- burrs, thistles and second brood corn borers. Phone 598J or 173J12. R. N. Bickert, Algona, la. 29-32 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* UDM Classfieds Pay Dividends QUONSET 32 CORN DRYING AND STORAGE BUILDING You can b« lure of higher com profitl wi(l» the Qponict 3? corn doing and ttoraje building. Storing your corn jo * wind-reiisUnt and ijon-coinbustible, farnj ... to icll it the bjit prifg , . . ii a ditftt W*y to earaingt. See ut today. Miller Steel 289 MUwwfcM Machinery BETTER USED MACHINERY BUYS NOW at the ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. TRACTORS 1952 SC Case Tractor, A-l, guaranteed complete with cult. & Eagle hitch. WILL TRADE $895 CORNPICKERS 1—1951 III 2M (A-l) $975 1—1950 IH 2M (Completely Overhauled) $950 PLOWS I—No. 8LG 314 plow with slat bottoms & on rubber, complete overhaul . $225 1—>No. 214 Mpls.-Moline plow on rubber, used 2 seasons $145 MISCELLANEOUS 1—New Horn Loader complete for H or M. Reg. $325. SALE PRICE $250 1—Brand New IH 4-can milk cooler. Reg. $420. Make Offer. 1—New Ottawa post hole digger to fit H & M. SPECIAL $125 1—6x10 ft. Dultmeir Barge .box •fe with 2" floor $135 T>—New wide front for M. Super M and 400 IH tractor .... $165 1—New King & Hamilton 4-ton wagon gear. SPECIAL .. $135 1—Midwest hyd. wagon hoist . $110 1—Used No. 4 IH 4-wheel spreader on rubber, good $65 New Mozall Mowers with 2>/i h.p. Briggs & Straiton and 3.6 h.p. Koher engines. 1—No. 10 IH Hammer Mill with screens and knives — $45 1—JD Hammer Mill $30 1—Montgomery Ward hammer- mill with Walsh power drive attachment. 1—40 ft. Farmers Friend Elevator, good $150 IH Baler Twine at $9 in 20-bale lots $8.75 1—No. 4s cream separator, complete overhaul & guaranteed. 1—1953 IH 45 T Baler, A-l $895 1—1948 KB-8~ IH truck tractor with sleeper cab $850 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. International-Harvester Phone 52 Algona Wanted HELP WANTED AT LUNCH Counter. Consumers ' Super Market. 31 WANTED — FULL OR PART- time Cashier at Algona Theatre. See Mrs Dick Phillips at Theatre. • 31 WAITRESS WANTED — NO Sunday work. Grotte's Cafe. 31-32 SERVICE STATION ATTEND- ant wanted. Inquire Chrome Service Station, • Algona. 31 WANTED — LADY TO SPEND part of day or all day once every two weeks cleaning house and ironing. Phone 1100, Algona. 31 WANTED — ON THE CAft radiator and block cleaning, $5.00. Cook's Radiator Repair South Phillips street. 16tfn DISTRICT MANAGER WANTED — An olid established Company has a top opening in your territory now. Need a man with good sales experience to sell, hire and train men. No investment. Excellent pay. Must have a car. Position most unusual. For full particulars, write Sales Manager, 707 South 42nd St., Omaha, Neb. 31 Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank the firemen from Algona, LuVerne and Corwith, neighbors and friends who helped when our cattle shed burned. Mr and Mrs Peter Plemel and family. 31* CARD OF THANKS I sincerely wish to thank my neighbors, friends, and relatives, for the cards, flowers, and gifts and kind deeds shown me in other ways while ill at home, and during my confinement at the Mercv Hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs Carl Brown, LuVerne. (31) CARD OF THANKS Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll would like to thank those who helped them and those who offered help last week during their daughters illness. (31) CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thank you to our many friends, neighbors, and to the Lone Rock, Swea City, Burt, Bancroft, Fenton, and Whittemore fire departments for their valiant fight to save our home and buildings. Also to the many people who offered their services; to the gentlemen who used their trucks to haul water, and to the Lone Rock merchants and the ladies who prepared and served lunch to the fire fighters. Words cannot express our heartfelt gratefulness for eveiy- one's kindness and sympathy. Mr and Mrs David E. Lynch, Lone Rock. 31 For Rent FOR'RENT — UPSTAIRS 2XBED- room unfurnished apt. at 318 So. Jones — Garage. $60 per mo. See Joel M. Herbst. 31 Real Estate HELP WANTED — WE ARE IN- terested in securing a top mechanic who can qualify as shop foreman. If you are the man. you'll be interested in talking to us. Contact Harold Brandt, Brandt Buick, Algona, Iowa. , 31 SUPERVISOR POSITION Unusual opening for the riijht woman as our Educational Picture Consultant. Age 30 to 50, good education, preferably with rural background and teaching experience. Permanent position with earnings up to $8,000.00 per year depending on the number under you. $60.00 weekly expense guarantee while training. Personal interview necessary if you meet the above requirements. Write Box 69-M immediately, stating qualifications and - giving phone No. (31-32*) FARMERS! We Have A Complete Stock of Materials For CORN CRIBS and Double-Purpose Storage Buildings SliUS FOR FREE ESTIMATES Ready-Mix CQNGRfTE & IUMBER CO- FOR SALE — SOME CHOICE Imp. farms up to 700 A. in So. Minnesota and No. Iowa, priced $100 and up. Some unimproved farms. Lipkie or McGee, phone 540, Cresco, Iowa. (31-32) FOR SALE — 113 ACRE FARM, 1 mile north, 2V 4 cast, West Bend. All modern, good buildings,-milking parlor, D. H. Berninghaus, West Bend. 31 FOR SALE — SEVERAL GOOD resident lots, one a 107 ft. frontage; 1 regular only $450. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 31 FOR SALE — CLOSED 3 GOOD . house cleuls during hot soell, have cool deals in; 2 neat 4 bedroom homes, both priced to sell, one 2 bedroom home at $8,250; 2 lovely new modern bungalows. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 31 MOBILE HOMES 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 SPECIAL 1953 PONTIAC A two-door "6" that's extra clean and ready to roll. White sidewall tires and a nice blue' finish set this car up in a class by itself. Has radio and heater. Only 22.000 actual miles. Folks, this car is only 2 years old and is selling for many dollars less than half price. Ypu can't possibly gp wrong with this top quality car. $ 995 00 Algona Impl. FOR SALE—Tavern located in good Martin County, Minnesota, town of 600 population. Husband died and widow wishes to dispose of this. Will sell business, building and fixtures, or will sell business and fixtures and rent building. Building has two apartments Upstairs. Joe S; Peterson, Fairmont, Minn. 30-31 Livestock 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. 28tfn Lost & Found Beverage Headquarters LOWER PRICES .i ;;.Barry's Recreation Phone 52 Council Awards Blacktop Work To Everds Bros, Everds Bros. Construction Co. of Algona was awarded a $185,972.87 blacktopping contract by the City of Algona following opening of bids at the city council meeting Thursday night. Thi; Everds firm and the Ronald Kenyon Construction Co., Des Moines, were the only firms who bid on the project. Work is supposed to begin Aug. 15, and according to the specifications, is to be .completed by Oct. 15 this year. Included in the project are 100 blocks of Algona streets, practically all of which are gravel at the present time, and completion of the curb and gutter and blacktopping will give the city the best streets it has ever haU The Kenyon firm's bid was enough higher on. some Q^,Uie large individual itemj to make the Everds Co. the successful bidder. The Des Moines oull'Jt also wanted to do the work next year, not in 1955. A slight variation in the bid total of $185,972.87 might be forthcoming, as the possibility of using stone as a sub-base instead of cement is probable. According to engineers who studied the project originally, concrete was deemed a necessary base for some areas. Only one bid was received foi additional curb «nd gutter work on Harriet street. It was for $4,758.88, and the Glover Con<- truction Co., installing the curb and gutter at present, was the successful bidder. Land-owners living on Harriet street petitioned the council to have the work done. Building permits were okayed for Harold Voigt, Richard H. Groen, Universal Mfg. Co., Marc Moore and Tom Sampson. Sampson is going to build a $9,800 home on East Call street. Collins, Thompson and Willis were hired as engineers for the blacktopping project at a cost of $30 per day, and class C beer permits went to East End Grocery and Sjogrcn's Grocery. Both were renewals. Applications for a taxicab license were presented by Eld m Collins, Humboldl, and George St. John, Algona, and a license was awarded to Collins, who formerly operated a company here. New storm sewer will be installed in the Trinity Lutheran Church area in the future. W'.ds for the work will be let Thursday night, Aug. 18, as will sanitary sewer bids for district 12 in the northwest area of Algona. Special Event Here, Aug. 12 Russ & Ky's Super Service, local Champlin Refining Co. deal- rrs, have announced a special event at their station on East State street, Friday afternoon and evening, Aug. 12. NOTICE Feeder Pigs and Feeder Lambs SALES EVERY DAY Sec Rich Reiling Located orj. Hy- '8 on the west «dge of Wesley Champlin's Test Fleet of six new automobiles will arrive, parade and stay overnight in Algona at the middle of an 8,000 mile tour through eight midwest states. The cars, all different makes, have testing devices installed which check performance of the vehicles under different driving conditions. The lour began July 18 at Enid, Okla., and will end there Sept. 6. Copt. Fischer Weds Widow Capt. Harold Fischer, Jr., of Swea City, United States jot ace released as a prisoner of war by the Chinese Reds last spring, was married Saturday at M o n t- gpmery, Ala. to the widow of an air force officer. His bride is Mrs Mary Jane Peterson, Des Moines, who corresponded with him regularity after his capture by the Chinese Communists in Korea. The brief ceremony was performed by Maj. Earl W. Minor, a chaplain at Maxwell air force base near Montgomery. It was the second marriage for both. Mrs Fischer has a daughter, Dana Lynn, 5, by her first marriage, and Fischer has a 0- year old son, Harold, 3rd. Mrs Fischer visited recently at Swea City. The bride wrote to Capt. Fischer while he was a prisoner, and he in turn looked her up after his return home. The romance developed rapidly and culminated in Saturday's nuptials. Refueling Onlookers Persons in this area who heard a loud roar and looked skyward at 3 p.m. Friday afternoon got a chance to see one of the U.S. Air Force's best shows—the re-fueling of a huge B-54 jet by a large tanker plane. The re-fueling hose, was hooked between the planes when they passed over Algona heading west. Witnesses said it reminded them of a scene from the movie "Strategic Air Command." Algona Airport Log July 23 —J. Oppenhuesen, Kalamazoo, Mich., landed in Stinson 1G5; Bonanza, owned by Pioneer Corn Co., Des Moines, flew in. July 24 — Robert Place, Ein- metsburg, arrived in Cessna 140; An Aeronca from Britt and a Cub from Swea City were fly-ins. July 25 — A Swift from Sioux City landed. July 26 — McCullough'.s Air Ambulance flew to Iowa City. July 27 — Iowa Builders Cessna 170 from Luverne, Mimn. ; landed. July 29 — Rex Harrison, Des Moines, arrived in Cessna 170. July 31 — Aero - Commander twin-engine plane from Maytag Co., Newton, landed; Six National Guard L-19s landed to refuel. They were headed from Bopne to camp in Minnesota; Allan Siebols, Anamosa, landed in Cessna 170. Aug. 2 — TriPaccr from Mitchell, So. Dak., Cessna 140 from Mason City and Cessna 140 from Emmctsburg were fly-ins. Good Neighbors Aid At Ledyard Ledyard—A "Good Neighbor" deed by neighbors, friends and relatives helped the Ray Wentworth family last week, after he was injured. They went to the farm and combined the oats and on another day baled the straw. Those helping were Wan-en Lloyd, Ray Herzog, Corny Jur gens, Jo Barkelo, John Walter- FARMS FOR SALE or WANTED Loans — Free Inspection Farm Management EMMETT KNARY Phone 2291 — LuVerne, la. (POWER-MOmiED) USED MOWERS ON HAND Both Reel & Rotary Types Kohlhaas Hdwe. Thursday, August 4, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 man, Billy Countryman, Paul Nitz, Julius Lentsch, Jerry Kelling, Mike Farrow, Bud Lloyd Glenn Johnson, Howard Klinksiek, Fred Munger, Frank Nil?., John Klooster, Ben Mayer, Gco. Hagge, and the Wentworth son;, John, Harold and Mclvin. Mrs George Hagge helped Mrs Wentworth and her daughter Vivian, and daughter-in-law, Mrs Harold Wentworth with the dinner for the men. Julius Lenlsch took out the afternoon lunch to the group. RUBBER STAMPS — ALL kinds, sizes and shapes. Also numbering machines, dater stamps, nolorial seals, bronze plaques, inks, pads, marking pencils. Upper Des Moines Publi ing Co., phone 1100, Algona. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Services WEAVE-BAC Repair Burns, Moth Holes Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 15 E. College St. Phone 837-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. Biltinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122'A E. State Phone 1372 Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. LaBarre and R. C. LaBarre Surety Bonds—All Lines ot 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 | CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, I'ife, General Phone 251W Let Us Solve Your PLUMBING ' & HEATING PROBLEMS -K 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 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 (7 Years Experience) Phone 215-W Algona Across from Norton's Lumber BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phono 520-W, 1008, 787-J, 1452-W for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms, ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Phonogiaph Records Popular — Children — Classic KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 2M E. Slate Phone 1190 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. Herbst 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 State 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 DO6TORS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office Ph. 300, Res. Ph. 326 MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon jid N. Moore St. Office Ph. 197 Res. Ph. 194 C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician 10U So. Harlan 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-Strahoni 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 001 South Dodge Phone 290 STAR BEAUTY SHOP Alice Wilkins Delorcs Hackbarth 116 N. Moore St. Pliuiif 279

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