The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1956 · Page 5
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. t WHERF MORF PEOPIE PO MORE BUYING AND SELLING ! Safe ALFALFA HAY. 3 miles west of Algona, on Me* Iregbr, fa mile north. Dean ' , 9-10 SALE-r-1,000 BALES GOOO mixed hay in barn. 1 mi. West. Lim. South of Algona. Edmund rideres. _ 9* |OR SALE — ' 1, 1954 - Ifa "Evinrude motor. 1, 1054 - Ifa ohnson motor. Also .'• Tee Nee oat trailer. Martin Zimmerman, h. 3321, Whlttemore. 9-10* lYPlNG PAPER, 500 SH5GTS I 8V6'x 11, only 98c at the UPPER WES MOINES Office Supply tept. 7tfh NO! WreNpt Crazy! We jGst •Want to give you a,good deal! 'PRESEASON SAEE on : all ••" AMANA Room , ' » Air Conditioners theck with us and , save now. Before the season is here. [here! Does Th,at , Make You Feel-Warmer? TAYLOR IMPLEMENT 60. Phillips St. Phone 421 HY-LINE CHICKS One out of every seven layers on Iowa farms is Hy-Line layer — NEW HY-LINE 934 WHITE EGG LAYER GIVES SUPERIOR EGG PRODUCTION, LIV ABILITY AND FEED. EFFICIENCY — Over 600 divided Flock Tests on Mid-Western farms proved that Hy-Lines average 38 eggs per bird more than leghorns — and at the same tjme save 30 Ibs. of feed oer case of eggs. — PROFITS FROM EGGS WILL BE GOOD THROUGH 1956 — Early hatched chicks are always the most profitable — Some Feb. arid March hatch dates still available — also have some day-old Hy-Line chicks — See your locallly-;,, Line salesman: •'•- . •; ! ^T - f—1 -•*-;.<•*; M^I/S- p Robinsorv Produce or ' ' Adron Steussy FOR SALE Best AAAA Leghorn Pullets. Special prices for delivery before Aoril 1st: day-old, $24.00: 10-day old, $29.90; three-week-old,$34.90; Ifour day old, $37.90; six-week old, $42.90.« Also sev.eri otlief breeds. Order how while . they last. 1 Superior Chicks, Armstrong. Iowa. Phone 40, •: .D-lO-'fl FOR SALE — BALED MAY. . fine stemmed alfalfa, 1st and 2nd euttiftg. Phone 439R. 9-10* FOR SALE ,— NEW WHITE pine door 6 ft. 7% in. x 3ff in,, all- hardware included, reasonably priced. Phone 364J. Mrs Sara Geigel, 609 East Kennedy. 9 FOR SALE — RED -GLOVER baled hay, in barn, 2nd cutting. Some alfalfa. Roy Klein, 4 miles east Ringsted, hi-way 44. Phone Fenton 424. . 9* FOR SALE — RED.BINE 60 Grain Sorghum Seed. State tagged high germination. Grown from Texas Certified seed. This seed from crop that averaged over 100 bu. per acre in No. Iowa. Gerald Frankl, Irvington, la. Phone Algona, la. 18J2. • 9 •IDEAL BOOKKEEPING : TEMS, complete stock now pn hand. Books for a full year's business for farm, restaurant, service station, auto court and ; general. Also individual sheets'in'all forms for insertion in present book's. Books $2.50 and $3.85. UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept., phone 1100, Algona, 9tfn PIANOS—BEAUTIFUL SPINET, dark. Very low cash price or convenient terms to responsible party. Nice selection of used uprights. Can be seen in vicinity. We buy'used pianos. Write Midwest Piand, Spencer, la. 9-10 FOR SALE—ABOUT 400 BU OF high yielding SATJK oats. One year from certification. Inquire at the Lone Rock Co-op Elevator. Lone Rock, Iowa. 9tf & Rouens. Supply Limited. Or- Hor Now. Whittemore Hatchery, Whittemore. ' 8tf FOR SALE — 500 BALES WILD hay; and 300 bales alfalfa, first and second cutting. No rain. Good hay and; alfalfa. Six miles west Elmore on State Line. Melvin Frette. 8-9* FOR SALE — 3500 BALES HAY —Clover Alfalfa and Clover Timothy mixtures. All 2nd cutting, and under roof. No rain. Also chopped red clover in stacks and in shed. Mike Stoffel, Algona. Phone 563-R2. , 8-9* FOR SALE — 30 GAL. GAS hot water heater and softener. Will sell for $60 under new price — .only 6 months old. Phone-769- M2, Algona.' : :8-9* "SAVE ON CHICKS BY ORDER . ing direct. W. Leg; Leg-Hamp and Austra White pullets $27.90 atchery, Bancroft, Iowa." GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sula'tion Rock Wool Baits and granulated -wool are available for your home. You too can insulate your home. See us. F. S. Norton & Son. .- ; ' : _28wl9tfn HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES If*We Haven't Got It; or Can't Get li,-'It's Not Manufactured. DIAMOND'S SURPLUS USED EQUIPMENT 40 ft. HammermHI belt, A-l -------------- 35.00 Coop (cockshutt) tractor, A-l with hyd. system-- 195.00 Used Comfort e -:r for "M" Farmall ____ ------ 15.00 1949 Hudson, clean, A-l and repainted ------ ? ? ? ? 1950 Buick Roadmasfer, very clean, A-l cond.-_ 485.00 9 ft. chest-type freezer, A-l condition ----- --- 99.95 M-M two-row mounted planter, near new, A-l 50.00 M-M 2-row cult. ___________________ ------ 50.00 15 ft. IHC disc ______________________________ 50.00 NO. 490 John Deere 4-row planter with fertilizer' _______________________ 350.00 Energy Push-Up, Cable-Type wagon hoist, near new -------------------------- 125.00 1939 F30 Tractor, new radiator, A-l, good rbr. 325.00 No. 9A-10 fr. IHC tandem disc, used 2 seasons 225.00 Moore 2-row stalk cutter, A-l -------------- 125.00 IH No. 440-4 row planter, steel wheels and fertilizer attachments, used 2 seasons ---- 425.00 Rebuilt magneto for H or M ---------------- $ 10.00 Case hand tie NCM baler ----------------- 120.00 Good selection of used hammermills. 4-F cream separator, self wash, A-l ---------- 185.00 4-S Electric cream separator ---------------- 85.00 3-S Electric cream separator ---------------- 75.00 Used No. 9 |H horse mower ------ T ------ ---- 35.00 "" " TO NEW EQUIPMENT » \ Qnly-4 secJion flexible levertype Qalloway horrpw complete with folding steel draw- bar, $145.00 ------ - ------ U- SPECIAL 115.QO New King & Hamilton (Ottawa) 5-rpn wagcjns (less tires) 137.50 IHC oil-steel flare tyRe grain box, reg. 147.50-- 117.50 Ottawa P P?t hole digaer with H * M hookup, res . ,44.9§ — - ----------------- — 29 /f° Pultmeier flar^ox ------ -.v^f ----- J " 2-Dultmeier Barge bpxes with 2" floor and combination endgates, reg. 157-50 ----- 14?.50 Only 1 left - irand new 1955 No. ?OOT IH Tractpr spreader ----------- ,--- ----- $ 29 $-OQ 5 T. hydraulic wgg?n hoist complete with hinges 97.50 Broyhill Sprayers - ,See us new for a pre-season deal. Algona Im|Iement "" ' 52 Used Cars-Tsucks FOR SALE — 1940 G.M.C. , truck with 1946 motor. Ph. No. 217R. M. W. Lindhorst. - 8-9 STATION .WAGON WEEK al Taylor Mercury * See our new station wagons on our showroom floor this week. Station wagons are sweeping the country with the most versatility of any vehicle on-the road today. You'll be up-to-date and then some With a new station wagon. And here are some of the better used cars on our lot: 1953 Mercury 4-dr., /radio, heater, overdrive. , '• 1953 Mercury 2-dr., radio, heater, overdrive. ^ . ' ' 1954 Plymouth Savoy 4-dr., radio, heater. 1953 Buick hardtop, radio, heatec. 1951 Mercury 4-dr., radio, heater, s mercomatic. 1951 Ford 4-dr., radio, heater. 1953 Chevrolet 210 4-dr. 1952 Chevrolet hardtop, radio, heater. ' Many others on our lot! If it's a GOOD used cai- you want — See Taylor's first! We have the largest selection of cars in town. TAYLOR MERCURY So. Phillips St. Phone 421 All factory trained mechanics to service • a' nd lubricate any car. Check our prices. UDM Glassfieds Pay Dividends Real Estate FOR SALE — SEMI-MODERN 2 bedroom home. Call 792W,— Algona. . . 8-9-10* FOR-SALE — 6 ROpM home, nice basement, do\V%!e garage. Phone -1233W, Algona.. - - 9* FOR':'SALE — CAFE, MONEY maker. Well . located. Good terms. See OliveY Stoeber, Fen- toh. 9* FOR SALE — HOUSE, 7 ROOMS ynd bath, well located to school and church. Full basement. All newly decorated, Herman Gafle, phone 150, Fenton. 9-10* FOR SALE — 6-ROOM HOUSE, to be torn down or moved by May 1. Near LuVerne, la. A. L. Gregory, Rutland,' la. 9-10* Notice WANTED: — ANY WESTERN books that might be laying around the house unused. We'd like to send them to Heinie Fisher at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester. He reads them so fast we can't keep up with him. Bring to Upper Des Moines office. Thanks so much for anything you have. 9g Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I sincerely thank all my friends, relatives and neighbors for the cards, calls and kindness while I was a patient at Mercy Hospital. Mrs Dennis Wagner. 9* CARD OF THANKS The kindness and sympathy of neighbors, friends and relatives in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious >memory. Our si/icere thanks for all those comforting acts, floral tributes and memorials given in his memory. The family of Carl H. Pa'etz. 9 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends who remembered me with cards, gifts, flowers and personal visits, during'my recent stay at the hospital and at home. It was greatly appreciated, l^rs Jacob Maasdam 9 MOBILE HOMES TRADE NOW! Why not |JV9 in warmth! Get pne of ours — They're warml KING'S KOURT Tr.ailer Sales Webster City, Iowa Phone 1261 14 tfn FARMS FOR SAH pr WANTIP Management IMMiTT KNABY Phpne ??91 -r fcijVerne,, J Wanted WANTED i- ' GOftif DEAlER. Dealer for major Corn Company in the Algoha erea. Will furnish samples for 'corning' sea" son. For hiore' Information WM.tfe to'Elmer Malo — Rt. 1 — Faif- m'pni, Minn.' ; . -."'r^ WANTED — MARRIED- MAN for year around work to start March 1. -Modern house. Omar Lenning, Fenton. 9-10* WANTED — CHAIN SAWING. Phone 1390 R2 or see J..G. Graham, Algeria. . ••••-• 37tf WANTED — MAN FOR GENER- al farm work, commencing April 1. Going wages. Tele. 3313, Lone Rock. Everett Lpqkwpodj Algona. ' 9* SALESMAN WANTED £ Exclusive franchised territory open in your locality now by ojta reliable- manufacturer. You can start your ; own business; without an ' investment.. Your P&y is ffir above average. Your future is ittj'- limited. Repeat business'for yeajs to come. This is the highest qtiaj- ity farm line in the mid-we^t. Home nights. Must have a. car- Experience not necessary. Write Sales Manager, 701 So. 42nd, Omaha, IJebraska. 9-10 For Rent FOR RENT — 'DOWNSTAIRS ' furnished apartment at Maxwell apts. Phone, 778 between 8:30 and "5:30; or 1259-W after 5:30. , Machinery FOR SALE — SURGE 4-UNIT pump and half-horse motor. Charlie Quinn, phone 5061, Bancroft,'Iowa. 8-9 Livestock FOR SALE — AN OUTSTANDr ing Registered milking Shorthorn - Bull twelve months old. One Registered Milking Short,horn springer, coming with second calf. One Whiteface springing cow, one springing first calf Shorthorn heifer. Fresh Black Jersey hejf er,; calf hood , Bang's vaccinated. Charlie Quinn, phone 5061, Bancroft, Iowa ' 8-9 FOR SALE — 50 PUREBRED Spotted Poland China bred gilts. Due; to farrow in March and April, also fall .boars. -Clarence Hock* 1 mi. North'% east Gilmore City, Iowa. •' ' - •••' : 3-9* WANTED—SOME REAL GOOD , springing or just fresh Holstein cows and heifers. Charlie Quinn, phone 5061, Bancroft, Iowa.- 8-9 Join The ARMY RESERVE { . ,. SEE ••.vr Sgf. Phil Diamond UTILITY BUILDINGS OUONSEI al IMMEDIATE DELIVERY lots come in pairs, four, or six. financial Tarms Easily Arranged MILLER Steel Building Co. Phone 1290 Milw. Depot PJaxa Hutchinson And Peterson Share Harley' Hutchinson and. Elmer Peterson shared v top honors at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Hutchinson tossed the top line, a'245. while Petersen hung up a 625 series count on lines of 205, 205 and 215. . Kay Voigt wag the top lady kegler with a 181 score. ' Other women over 150 included Leona Wilhelmi 177, Martha Johnson 170, Lavonne Pittman 165, Virginia Donahue 155, 154, Joyce Fraser 150, Bo Brandt 155, Phyllis Walker 155, 165, Ruth Youngwirth 159, Betty Haag 154 and Frances Gingrich 152, 155. Other men over 200 were Norm Gade 215, Bob Carr 216, Ernie Lavrenz 203, 205, Bob Schoby 203, John Diekman 214, Ev Rippentrop 225, Merl Hoover 214, Cliff Benschoter 209, Paul Engen 212, Chuck Staudt 218, Art Ashton 212, Jerry Ferris 202, Frank Moulton 200, Ernie Godfredspn 213, Clayt Pittman 226, Chuck Davis 214, 201, Walt Hcfti 201, Harold Brandt 204, Frank Rueb 204 and Hank Geilenfeld 215. Fterol Arrangements Funeral — Bridal Anniversary — Illness Remembrance PLANTS r POTTERY CANDLES PINK PiTAl FLORAL de Courthouse Square fled Gio8* eounes in First Aid were completed last week uriider the instruction of Mrs Merle Moxley. Those receiving ihe standard first aid certificate were policemen Ernie Hutchison. Peter Jorgenson, 'Raymond Kfebs, Richard Gfoen and school feus, drivers, J. M. Kain. Mr and ^rs Cloyd Bishop arid Lowell Samp. Advanced, certificates -\trere received by Darrell Sparks, ^3het Cook, Walt 'Stevens and Ifene Elbert. Nearly seventy wom§n allend- ad the benefit card party given tty Xi' Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday evening at .the Moose Hall. Door prize were.re- ceived by Mrs John Hopkins, Mrs Je/ry Anderson and Mrs Lee Sehenck. Prizes in 500 went to Mrs Harold Kessee and Mrs Lyle Mathes. Mrs Julian Chris- chilles and Mrs Jerry Anderson received^ the bridge prizes and Mrs Martin Huber and Mrs Bob Bennett, prizes for Court Whist. • *• ,—o— Mrs Dick Post Was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening, Mrs F, M, Holt was a kuest. Prizes were received by Mrs K. S. Cowan and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee. The Guild, business women's organization of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening at Tuesday, February 28, 1956 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Molnes-7 . . AROUND ALGONA'' the home of Hattie Wilson. La- yerne Johnson was co-hostess. The program was given by Miss Wilson and the devotions by Miss Johnson. —o_. Mr and Mrs Russell Reniz and family spent Sunday at Swea City as guests of Mr and Mrs Irvin Heidenwith, —o— Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee spent, from. Saturday, through Monday at Lincoln. Neb. where they visited Mr Sigsbee's brother- in-law.and sister, Mr and Mrs W. E. Beardsley. Junior 4-H Leaders Meet The Junior Leadership School was held at the High School annex at 8 o'clock, Feb. 15. Mary Staudt, home economist, fead the group in singing.^ Bob Chambers, Kenneth* Heldorfer, Maxine Heldorfer and Patricia O'Donnell volunteered to carry on the next meeting, the fourth or fifth Monday of April. Mary Keith explained the Slate Assembly to be held at Ames. Crisp, t Fresh Featuring 100% DACRON Marquisette ! RUFFLED PRISCILLAS New Curtains IIIIIIIII!!I!IIII!II!IIIIIIIIII!!IIIIII!IIIIH!!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIUIII! Wash in Your Machine Need Little or No Jronihg! 4.98 Pr. 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Others at $1.69 to $2.49 Not just "panels" such as you've known . . . but made richly different witji woven florals and gold thread boucles. Also new velveray effects. Choice of rayon or Dacron marquiseiie ,in white and many colors—and so delicate with sunlight shining through. All hemmed and headed. CAFE CURTAINS 98 and $2.98 Windows catch eyes and make talk when dressed in smart "Cafe Curtains" . . . and so versatile are they! These come in rayon slwb shantungs, printed broadcloth or gala sail- clolh, and in the most attractive of patterns. Get a "new window look" with Graham cafe curtains) READY - TO - HANG TAILORED Rayon bark cloth in attractive solid decorator colors . . , also a thrilling new felecrion of scenic, floral or modern prints for terrific new effect at your windows. Many have the new pppular metallic threads or gold overlay in Jhe print, full 2Va y^rd length. Z'/z inph herns, 26 inch top and 42 inch bottom widths. READY TO HANG. 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