The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1956 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 17, 1956
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WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SILLING! For Sale FOR SALE — MUST SELL AT once mobile trailer furnished to serve lunches at farm sales, fairs or celebrations. Several farm sales dated at present time. Sell at sacrifice price. Zumach's Cafe, Fenton. 3 FOR SALE — 1 WALNUT DROP Leaf Table, 1 blonde coffee table, 2 blonde lamp tables. All two years old. Very good. Clarence Riebhoff, Burt. 3* FOR SALE — SECOND AND third cutting Alfalfa hay in barn. Earl Shipler, Burt. 3-4* FOR SALE — EASY SPINDRIER Washer, extra good. $39.50. Kitchen size Oil Heater, $29.50. KOHLHAAS HARDWARE. 3 FOR SALE — 2 SPINETS, ONE just back from rental. Price re^ duced. Also large selection of used uprights in vicinity. Convenient terms. Write Midwest Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. 3-4 GOOD USED TV SETS From $50 to $150 Several makes and models ALGONA REFRIGERATION So. Phillips St. Harry Barton ' 3. FOR. SALE — SPINET PIANO. To be sold in this vicinity for contract balance. Terms for right party. Write, Credit Manager, Box 613, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. ( 3-4 CERAMIC GREENWARE FOR SALE — 25% off during Jan. on Fridays and Saturdays — 2 to 5 Mrs Lawrence Chipman— 1 mile west and 5 mi. N. of Junction 169 and 18. 3-4* WE WILL ALLOW YOU $30 FOR your old, worn out washer regardless of condition on a new Speed Queen Washer with a stainless steel double wall tub. America's finest wrjnger washer. Trade and save. Stoeber Hardware, Fenton. 3 ORTON FRUIT FARM Algona, loWa We are opening our last storage of about 150 bushels of apples. They arc worth double the price of the $2.00 a basket asked. Bring your own containers. 3* FOR SALE — USED CONVER- sion Lennox Oil Burner gun and controls for warm air fufn- ace. Nearly new and in first class shape, $75 buys it. Stoeber Hard- wart-, Fenton. FOR SALE — HAY, ALFALFA and brome. Also feed oats. Don Lickteig, ph. 769M2. Algona. tfn. FARMERS! Order Your GRASS SEEDS NOW! Choice of Northrup, King or Standard Brand Gro-Coaled BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Phone 77U (SElf.PPOMUfD) IJgol for AH | v .«.»i g.J SU.wolkl KOHLHAAS GRANULATED ZOtfOLtTE 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. 28wi9tfn FOR SALE — LINCOLN ELEC- and Cutting Torches. Welding trie welders, Victor Welding equipment of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. 36-37tfn FOR SALE — BINOCULARS. All sizes. 7 x 50 coated lens. $29.95 plus tax. Diamond's Surplus. 29tfn FOR SALE — NEW HORSORY soybeans at 2.75. L. Wyatt, Algona, 1 W. 4Ms N., phone 6-93, Burt. 2-3* HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES If We Haven't Go! It, or Can't Get It, It's Net Manufactured. DIAMOND'S SURPLUS 40tfn Livestock Ed and Pat Cullen FOR SALE — REGISTERED Landrace boars. Registered Hereford bulls. Also good young cows. Bradley Bros., phone 714, Algona. 2-3 FOR SALE — HEREFORD bulls, serviceable age. D. D. Dreyer, Fenton, Phone 402. 1-6* FOR SALE — P. B. DUROC boars and gilts. Good meat type. Sired by 3rd group boar Iowa State Sale. A. H. Streeter, 13 mi. S. 3 E. Wesley. 41tf FOR SALE — 50 PUREBRED Spotted Poland China bred gilts. Due to farrow in March and April, also fall boars. Clarence Hock, 1 mi. North J /2 east Gilmore City, Iowa. 3-9 Real Estate FOR SALE — MY 80 A. FARM, improved, in Portland twp. Seven'miles south east of Burt. Chriss Bolie. 2-3 FOR SALE — 2-ROOM TENANT house 16' x 22', 4'/z miles south Hobarton. Raphael Fabcr, phone 322J, Algona: 3* HOME BUYS — EITHER,OF 2 medium sized well located homes, we have for sale, can be qwned cheaper than to rent, both ready to be lived in, 2 & 2'i bedrooms, real warm and auto- malic heat, nrices right at $8,000 and $7,000 and owners say SELL. See Joel M. Herbsl or Ted S. Hcrbst. 3 For Rent FREE RENT ON HOUSE IN exchange for care of elderly lady. See Helen Huber, County Welfare Office. 3* FOR RENT — SEVERAL BEST offices in Algona, over Penncy's .store; also clean apartment across from Bryant. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate. 3 FOR RENT — MARCH 1st. SET of farm buildings, near Burt. Earl Shipler, Burt. 3* Lost & Found REWARD—$10.00 FOR RETURN of small Chihuahua dog lost SW favtion of Alcrona Saturday night. Phone 1385W. 3* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS \W wish to thank all our frit-nds and relatives for all the expressions of kindness and sympathy shown us through flowers. Memorials, food and cards during the illness and passing of our loved one. Leo Walters, Walter Branclows, Kenneth Brundows, Gene Brandows. Lloyd Brandows, Mrs Harold Brandows, Harvey Larsons. 3*' CARD OF THANKS I wish to extend my thanks to nil my friends, neighbors and relatives who sent curds and ilow- ers, and for their prayers while 1 was ill at the Lutheran Hospital. Fort Dodge;. My thanks to Rev. Lot'.sch for his visits. Carl P 3 WE ARE DEALERS FOR Swift's & Agrico FERTILIZER See Us First For Prices Before You Buy! WE DO BULK SPREADING ROBINSON PRODUCE Wesley and Algona Used Cars-Trucks liMMMOMkHHIiaHlliHillMIMMIMiiUiilliliUMiHMI^M FOR SLAB—-1954 CHEV. 4-DR, new tires, very good condition. Ph. 1438W or contact Gary McDonald, administrator of S. D. McDonald estate. 3 DAU'S GARAGE The very best in our lot. USED CARS '54 Olds 98 4-dr., hydramatic, radio, heater, autronic eye, white side-wall tires, fully equipped, like new $2395 '54 Olds 88 4-dr., hydramatic, heater $1995 '53 Olds Super 88 4-dr., hydrama- iic, radio, heater, autronic eye $1525 '51 Pontiac Chieftain 2-dr., Hy- dramatic, radio, heater $695 DAU'S GARAGE Phone 165 L-O-O-K at these top-notch USED CARS at TAYLOR MERCURY 1955 Plymouth Savoy, 4-dr., complete. 1953 Mercury 4-dr., radio, heater, overdrive. 1954 Plymouth Savoy, 4-dr., radio, heater. 1954 Ponliac Star Chief, deluxe, all the extras. 1952 Hudson 2-dr., radio, heater, overdrive, new engine. 1951 Ford 4-dr., radio, heater. 1949 Dodge, radio, heater, dyna- flow. Visit us on So. Phillips St. today . . . you'll be making the best trade in town. TAYLOR MERCURY Dean Taylor, Sales Mgr. Bill Ringgenberg, Salesman Mr and Mrs R. M. Tpfte became the parents of ah 8 pound baby son, born in a hospital in Minneapolis last Saturday. The Toftes also have two daughters. They will name their little son, Greg. Mr Tofte spent the weekend and Monday with his family in Minneapolis. He is the principal at the Seneca High School. Wanted WILL DO PRACTICAL NURS- ing nights — Leona Shell. Phone 341W—Algona. References furnished. 3* LADIES ADDRESS AND MAIL our profitable commission circulars, World Business Enterprise, 237 Sulphur Springs RD., Ashcville, North Carolina. 3-4" WANTED -- WOMAN FOR housework. Write Box 261! — Algona. 3* WANTED — TO BUY PULLETS. Wilmer Thilges, Phone 9F12, Algona. 3 WANTED — CHAIN SAWING. Phone 1390 R2 or see J. G. Graham, Algona. 37tf WANTED — HENS & SPRINGS, Will pay top prices. We weigh and pay on the farm. Call collect Agard Produce, 2423, Lu- Verne. 2-7* GAMBLE STORE FRANCHISE available in North Central Iowa County Seat Town. Excellent opportunity and worthy of your immediate investigation. Look into the Gamble Dealership program that has proven so successful for over 1500 dealers. A complete merchandising program including proper training, promotional, advertising, and merchandising aids. Write, or call, for personal interview to: JIM GURWELL, Gamble Skogmo Zone Supt., 917 Lakewood Ave., Albert Lea, Minn. 2-3 SENECA NEWS Robert Petersen, farme north of Seneca, suffered of throe fingers on his l in a hammer mill aecidi 1 day afternoon at his far was taken to the Holy hospital at Kstherviile f tilt acei.lent where he hospitalii'i d for several d r liv tin- J lt h 1,1 M m. Fa ll.iw will ays. and on- He ily TYPING PAPER 98c ream Upper Des Moines Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farmers having sales can get their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Moines, where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation oi any publication in Kossuth county. Jan. 18. Wednesday — Mrs Lawrence Smith will hold a com- . plete closing out sale on the farm located 1 \2 miles north and 1 Vz miles east of Wesley, due to the death of her husband. Included in the sale are 28 Herefords, ewes, hens and a complete line oi farm machinery and equipment^ including an "H" Farmall and an F-20 Farmall, plus a brooder house and miscellaneous. Reiling and Leek of Wesley are the auctioneers and the Exchange State Bank, Wesley, is clerk. Complete details of this sale last week. Jan. 19, Thursday — Ray Laabs sale 250 hybrid pigs, l /z N. and 1% W. of Lone Rock. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Sale details today. Jan. 19, Thursday—Earl Bates farm sale, 1 west and 4 north 01 Algona. Sale details today. Yun- geberg & Fraser, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. January 20, Friday—John Farmer complete closing out sale machinery, livestock, household goods, Wa miles northeast of Cylinder. Berkland, Brown and Finn, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details in this paper today. Jan. 24, Tuesday — Richard Gross, closing out farm sale 1 Vfe miles south of Lone Rock. Full line of machinery offered. Lloyd Berkland,--'auctioneers. • Sale de*. tails in UDM today. January 25, Wednesday— Gco. Johnson farm sale, machinery and livestock, G south of Algona, ii cast, IVa south and li east; oq 2 ! 2 north of LuVerne county shed and Vi mile west. Quinn &• Yungeberg, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, clerk. Sale details today in this paper. January 26, Thursday—Edwin Gade closing out sale at August Gade farm, 1 east and 1'.i north of West Bend, starting at 12:30. Good Imo of machinery, 12 head cattle. '300 chickens, ' hay and straw. Colwcll Bros., auctioneers: Iowa State Bank. West Bend, clerk. Sale details in the UDM today. January 28, Saturday—Willrett Estate sale, complete details in the Upper DCS Moines today. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. January 30, Monday — H. W. Schultx, 5 1 2 west ol' junction of highway:-, 18 and Hilt. Complete line of farm machinery and some livestock. Dale Yungcbcrg, auctioneer, Whittomore State Bank. clerk. Complete details in tlio UDM later. Feb. 1, Wednesday—Bob Miller sale, 2 east and S'.i north of LuVerne. or 8 south, 2 east an<: 1 south of Sexton. Machinery, 21 Hcil.--lein heifers to calve Mar. 1, and four cows. Yungeberg £ Quinn, auctioneers. Sale detail- in UDM later. Feb. 2, Thursday—Mrs Pauline- Northrop, 4 miles oasi oi Bancroft. Complete line m:i- chinery, Holstein herd. Sale detail, later. Quinn & Yungt | berg, auctioneers; Titonka Sav- j ini'.s Bank, clerk. m Feb. 6, Monday — Paul Hun; farm sale, 3 and 4 south ol junction 169 & 18. Yungeberg & Colwoll auctioneers; Iowa Slat' | U:mk. el'-rk. : F'.-b. 7. Tuesday— Hay Muller. j 4 north o! Wesley. Compk-t. ! r'.iyi-'n out : -ule. full hue ol ma• i Mini }••••. Security State Bank | Her!:. Sale details later in j UDM. Lre Colv.-efi, auctioneer, j February 8 & 9—Cor win Peer j si.u; la-'.sl i)l' Algi'iia, complet • • i!»»!!u: nut sale, including In!. ; machinery and h'!>i of dan > I entile wil'i about oU r-j'A'.-. Sa!' i d.-tail., I.^tcr. Yungel;e;-g I'v i Quinn, ail't;< >neer.,; lov.a .Stat' : Bank, Algona, clerk. February 14, Tuesday—Robert Mullen sale, starting 1 p.m., 2 east on highway 18 from Cylinder. Lloyd Berkland and Henry Moore, auctioneers: Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details later in this paper. Feb. 16, Thursday—Bert Gecr- de:: & Son, 3Vz south and l'/2 east of Lakota. Purebred Spotted Poland China bred gilt sale. Details later. February 16, Thursday — Ed Kain complete closing out sale of livestock and machinery, 7 miles N. E. of Algona. Yunge- bt-rg & Fraser, auctioneers. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 21, Tuesday—Ernest Vot- tclcr sale, 2 west and 2V'2 south of Fenton. Berkland & Bortvit, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 23, Thursday — F. A. Drone, 3 south, 3 west and IVa south of Titonka, Yungeberg & Fraser, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. • Every farm sale ad which originates vyith The Algona Upper DCS Moines carries Weather Insurance. If weather forces postponement of your sale, your ad and bills will be reprinted without charge with the new date selected for the sale. tensen; Lillian Frederickson will have an article on Railroads. Maree Bahnson will give a review of "History of Latin America." A review of "My Heart Lies South" will be given by Elva Boettcher. Burf Elevator Holds Silver Dollar Days Burt—The Burt Co-op Elevator held Open House and Silver Dollar Day Thursday, Jan. 12. with silver dollars given on cash purchases and some 21 door prizes given. Wives of the Co-op employees served coffee and doughnuts to over 400 adults. The following names were drawn for door prizes: Jerry Garman, gallon paint; Roy Canaday, 100 Ibs pig & hog feed; W. W. Boettcher. paint brush; Robert Voigt, 100 Ibs bean meal; Mrs Howard Seeley, mineral feeder; Charles Spry, 100 Ibs salt] Win. "Madsbn'Sr., a'16 oz.'hammer;"Br. A. W. Lichter, 100 Ibs oyster shells; J. H. Rode, 8 in crescent wrench: Mrs Edward Keith,' 100 Ibs chick grit; Donald Weber, G ft. folding rule: Sharon Bernau, 50 Ibs feed; Wm. F. Batt, step stool; Lawrence Chipman, f> gnl molasses; Frank Dreyer, hand m\\v; Norman Mitchell, 50 gal molass-es; Estel Rentz, 1 Ib. Bruce cleaning Wax; Honry Smith, 50 Ibs alfalfa merit; John Dittmer. Speedy grit sancler; Mrs II. A. Thompson. 50 Ib salt; J. D. Graham, 12 in wrench. Pvlrs Etta Holdren accompanied Mr and Mrs Wallace to Spencer Saturday where they spent the day. Mrs Harold Angus, Mrs Gerald Angus and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff attended a shower in Algona Wednesday evening for Jane Lewis who became the bride of James Brugman recently. Recent callers at the Wm. Nelson home were Melvin Nelson*: of BV.'oming Prairie, Minn., Mr and Mrs Anton Hurlburt of Oor- with and Raymond Nelsons of LuVerne. Birthday Circle will meet with Carrie Larson Thursday, Jan. 19. Nettie Lavrenz will have devotions and Emma Manus, the program. There are no birthdays this month or next. Tile Burt woman's club nieel- ini; for J.inuarv '.'. will be with Genevieve Graham and Nell Peters. The Iowa Quiz will be followed bv "Air.ana Society'.-, contribution to industrial lieveinp- ment in Iowa" by Thecla Chris- KOSCH STEERING-AID TAKES THE FIGHT OUT TRACTOR STEERING! •* We Are Now Buying JUNK CARS PHONE 848 Cook's Scrap Iron & Metal LIKE ROAD DRIVING! No More Fighting the wheel when you have the Koadi Steering-Ai"i! Holds the tractor front wheels in any position you set them, without steering wheel shock, rt.'(.j:ifiJlesa of obstacles or rough or sloping ground. Contains no hydraulic or electrical riicc'liani.sni Entire unit contained within hub assembly. Fits all tractors and can be installed by ! you in a few minutes. Complete j unit on!y $v'J.50, f o. b. factory. STOP IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION. ALGONA IMPLEMENT Tuesday, January 17, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Oes Meines—S Installation Held By Eastern Stars At Burt, Jan. 10 Hurt—Burl Order of The Eastern Star nict last Tuesday evening, for installation of new officers. Officers were installed by Ethel Dremmel, Lillian Frederickson, Beth Miller and Gladys Hawcott and they were escorted to their stations by Marsha Dremmel, Marilyn and Carolyn Hinckley. Judy Hincklcy sang "Star of the East" as the emblems and Holy Bible were put in place by Past Matrons and other officers. Mary Jean Andrews, new Worthy Matron, knelt at the altar as a son J. D. Andrews sang "Lead Me On' 1 . He then presented her with a corsage, and escorted her thru a candle lighted aisle to her station. Dean Andrews, new Worthy Patron, was presented with a boutonniere ,and escorted to his station by a daughter, Pamela Andrews. A candle ceremony was them presented by Georgia Holding, Gloria Gpchenour, Edith Cotton, Doris Miller, Wantalee Hawcott, Pahna Holding and Ruby Hinckley. The new Worthy Matron introduced members of her family. In behalf of the chapter Esther Sorenson presented Ruby Hinckley with a Past Matron's Pin and gavel, while Dean Andrews gave Allen Hinckley the past patron's pin. Last year's officers also gave the out going Matron a gift. Lunch was served to some 75 members and guests by the committee. New officers are Worthy Matron, Mary Jean Andrews; Worthy Patron, Dean Andrews; Associate Matron, Mary Jane Dugan; Associate Patron, Wayne Dugan; Conductress, Edith Trunkhill; associate conductress, Ruth Alice Patterson; Secretary, Gencvievo Graham; treasurer, Nelle Dremmel; Chaplain, Ruby Hinckley; Marshall, Georgia Holding; Organist, Lorraine Campney; Warder, Irene Bjustrom; Sentinel, Clinton Bjustrom; Star Points are Ada—Gloria Gochenour; Ruth— Edith Cotton; Esther — Doris Miller; Martha—Wantalee Hawcott and Electa—Palma Holding PAPER MATE PENS — THE ball point pen that bankers' approve. Guaranteed not to leak. The best writing bb pen on the market. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co.. phone 1100, Algona. 7 Whittemore Boys To Service Whiilemore — Henry Wichtcn- clf.hl, son of Mr and Mrs George Wirhtondahl, Norman Barber, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Barber and Richard Maahs, son of Mr and Mrs George Maahs, left Thursday for Des Moines to be inducted in the army. Maurice Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Bormann, Mark Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch, Marcellus Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Loo Kollasch, left Monday, Jan. 9, lor Des-Moincs, to i.nter the service. David Kollasch, :-on of Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch left last week Wednesday to join i lie Marines, LJDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Beverage Headquarters LOWER PRICES Barry's Recreation Delivery City or Country PHONE 229 F. S. Norton & Son MOBILE HOMES TRADE NOW! Why not live in warmth! Get one of ours — They're warm! KING'S KOURT Trailer Sales Webster City, Iowa Phone 1261 H tfn FARMS FOR SALE or WANTED Loans — Free Inspection Farm Management EMMETT KNARY Phone 2291 — LuVerne, la. Services WEAVE-SAC Repair Burns, Moth Holes Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 15 E. College St. Phone 837-W Algona ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classic KOSSUTH RAblO Milton Dahl 214 E. State Phone 1190 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. ADVERTISING in the Algona Jpper Des Moines reaches more families in Kossuth county than PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ENGINEERS Collins, Thompson and Willis Professional Engineers Morton W. Bittinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122'.A E. State Phone 1372W 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 123 BOMANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge St. Phone 10J Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone 251W 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 BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phone 520-W, 1008, 787-J, 1452-W for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms 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 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 - Savftigs - Security 610 East McGregor St. Phone 1368 HEHBST 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 OPTOMETRISTS Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Specialists in Vision 9 East State Phone 564 Hours: 9.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons 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; Home 444 DENTISTS QUONSET UTILITY BUILDINGS QUONSII U IMMEDIATE DELIVERY lijls fomc in pairs, lour, or six Financial Terms Easily Arranged MILLER Steel Building Co. Phone 1290 Milw. Depot Plaza DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone 44 Residence phone 116 DR. N. J. KELLEY Office over Hall-Strahorn Hdwa Office Phone 605 Residence Phone 425 PR. 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 Delores Hackbarth 116 N. Moore St- Phone 275

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