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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1956
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Algona Upper Des Moines Classified Rates 3c, Per Word, dash in Advance: 5fc Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum I Copy Deadline Monday 5 p.m. * * * UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week!. THE SURE WAY TO THE- FASTEST RESULTS! [Prompt, profitable results are [what you want . . . and what [you get . . . when you use UDM I low-cost Want Ads! No matter lif you're buying, selling or rent- ling property, products or pups I— you'll get the best results here. |lt takes only a few minutes to place your Want Ad. Call or stop [in today! PHONE 1100, • For Sale ?OR SALE—PEKINGESE PUPS, \KC registered. Also stud service by AKC registered male. Irs Elton Pratt, Whittemore 3 hone 3111. 20 fOR SALE—ELECTRIC MIXER, coffee maker, iron, lamps, rugs, oil-away bed, blankets, dishes |nd miscellaneous household arti- jles. 3 miles east on McGregor. 20 lOR SALE—R EGISTERED 1 Cocker pups, blonde or black. Indy Krominga, phone 92R2, Ti- Bnka, la. • 20* , )R SALE — SUPERMIX CRE- josote white paint, wonderful preservative for fences, brooder |ouses, barns, etc. Only $3.88 gallon. Stoeber Hardware, Fentan. 19-20 PIANOS — JBEAUTIFUL OAK r . i spinit. Can be had for low cash |rice or terms to responsible par- Jy. Two used % Size. Can be seen jftn Community. Good terms. Write JljMidwest Piano Co., Spencer, la. 19-20 . _ ."SALE — CHOPPED CLOV- tiffi or hay, $18 per ton. 1 mile west & |f Algona and 2Vz So. Mike Stof- Bl. 19-20* ?OR SALE — NEW, POWERFUL General Electric easy roll vac- [uum; cleaner;' complete with all attachments — formerly $69.95— f now only $49.95. Stoeber Hardware, Fenton. 19-20 WATCHES — 17 - JEWEL shockproof, waterproof, 3 year guarantee. $17.95 plus tax. DIAMOND'S SURPLUS. 12eow FOR SALE — USED BICYCLES, extra good, will trade. 6 E of Algona on 18. Perry Lowman. 17-20* Summer Opening Hours 6:00 A.M. to 12 Midnight SEVEN DAYS A WEEK SCHULTZ BROS. CUT-RATE GAS & OIL Algona, Iowa HOUSE TRAILER BARGAINS, New and used, large or small. Fairmont Trailer Sale's, Fairgrounds Entrance. Fairmont, Minnesota. •':. 20 EOT FOR SALE — AKC registered Chihuahua puppies. Toni Angus, phone 3 on 92, Bur.t.. 17tf SPECIAL SALE — 2 TO 5 WK. old W. Leghorn and Leg. Hamp. pullets. $36.90 while they last. Free males. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, la. •'•,;. 17tfh Notice WE) ARE SHEARING SHEEP Clyde Bristow & Son Phone 6 Burt, Iowa 10-22* Wanted WANTED — WOOL WANTED, highest prices always. Our reputation is your guarantee. A. P. Nelson, North Iowa Fur and Wool Co., Britt, Iowa. Ph. 2551 and 2553. 18-20* WANTED — WANT TO BUY scrap iron, junk cars. Also pick up tin and wire. Leonard Pesicka, Box 232, Algona. Ph. 1563-W. 20-21* FOR SALE—LOTS FOR SALE. East part of Algona. Ph. 661 ,•: .20 FOR SALE 80 Acres Unimproved.—. $225 160 Acres Improved 260 120 Acres Improved 335 350 Acres Improved ....,-t 215 Jerry M. Lewis, Broker Phone 1142 . Algona 20 Farm Equipment Help Wanted WANTED — "BUSINESS MAN, employed or retired, who has 'some free time during tHe day to complete confidential insurance reports in Algona on a fee basis. Person should be dependable and well acquainted in vicinity. Write L. T. O'Brien at Box 422 in Des Moines, Iowa, for details." 20 WANTED — WOMEN WHO like more time at home. Interesting work, more money. Write J. S. Hill, Leland, la. 20-21* HELP WANTED — TRANSPOR- tation furnished — Chrome Cafe, phone-790. 19-20 Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the nice cards and letters I received while I was in the St. Ann hospital. /', Ella Lieb. h 20* For FOR RENT — FURNISHED apartment at Maxwell Apts. Phone 1259-W after 5:30 p.m. 20 FOR RENT — 10 BY 18 FOOT garage in Fenton. Sec Henry Tieman, Fenton. 20" Real Estate FOR SALE"— GOOD FAMILY type home, large living room, dining room, kitchen and half bath downstairs; four bedrooms and bath upstairs; fully insulated, oil heat; gas water heater and automatic water softener included; good garage; well located to schools and business district; orice $11,000.00. -Call Al Buchanan. Phone 224. 19-20 FOR SALE — WE HAVE SOME exceptional buys in Southern and Central Minnesota farms. Al- binsom Rcalty-Windom, Minn. 18-19-20 FOR SALE — 6 GOOD RESI- denco lots, several 90 ft. fronts. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst, Real Estate. 20 FOR SALE — AMERICAN 27 ft. house trailer, all modern, located on lake- front lot at Chalstrom's beach. Roy Thrush, Ph. 862 W, Spirit Lake, la. 20' FOR SALE —3 EXCEPTIONAL buys in good homes, 2 or 3 bedrooms nearly new, 1 story and \'->, 3 bedroom, all ant. heat and fine homes. See Joel, M. Horbst or Ted S. Herbst, Real Estate. 20 A Treasure Hunt Special For Friday & Saturday Only i JUST IN TIME FOR Graduation or June Brides Special Group LANE CEDAR CHESTS From Regular Stock $39.95 FOSTER FURNITURE ALGONA IMPLEMENT FARM EQUIPMENT , : : ,:,'•• •' • * •* 2 USED TRACTORS 1939 F30 Farmall with new main bearings, road gear, good rubber and very clean _: $325.00 1937 WC Allis-Chalmers on rubber ,$75.00 , USED PLANTER? No. 290 J. D. planter on steel, good .. $45.00 No. 290 J. D. 2-row planter on steel with fert. „ $75.00 USED DISCS Used Tandem disc, serviceable' $65.00 Case 15 ft. disc, used four seasons $95.00 15 ft. IHC disc $45.00 10 ft. IHC No. 9A Tandem disc MAKE OFFER USED EQUIPMENT Farmers Friend Loader to fit F20 or F30 $ 45.00 Used IH 2-way remote control cylinder $ 25.00 Wagon trailer on rubber • $65.00 Used No. 9 IH horse ; mower $ 30.00 Used New Idea elevator $ 75.00 Push-up, cable-type wagon hoist, near new __ $125.00' Case hand tie NCM baler $120.00 (2) Used 16" hi speed slat bottoms (only) $ 25.00 M-M 2-row cult., Hyd. lift $ 50.00 Moore 2-row stalk cutter, A-l $125.00 Used magneto for H or M. (guar.) $ 10.00 Used Hammermills. USED LAWN MOWERS 1954' : Mbz-All self-proplUed mower with 2V£-h.p. Briggs & Stratton motor, like new $115.00 1954 Moz-All Mower with Clinton, 3.6 h.p. .. $145.00 USED SEPARATORS 4-F cream separator, self wash, A-l $165.00 4-S Eleetric cream separator $ 60.00 3-S Electric cream separator $ 55.00 NEW EQUIPMENT New Kinfi & Hamilton (Ottawa) 5-ton wagons (less tires) $137.50 Ottawa post hole digger with II & M hookup .. $129.50 Brand new 1955 No. 200T IH Tractor Spreader __ $295.00 5 T. hydraulic wagon hoist complete with hinges $ 95.00 Broyhill Sprayers — See Us Now For a Prc-Season Deal. Want to trade for H & M Farmalls, 45T balers and IH tractor mowers and side rakes, also 4-row cultivators. Give us a try. Algona Implement International Harvester Phone 52 1417 E. Commercial St. USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTOR'' 1 1950 Model B John Deere with Power Trol & Roll O-Malic Front end 1 1942 Model ; WC Allis-Chalmers—Painted -and reconditioned 1 1949 Model B Allis-Chalmers 1 1949 Model C Allis-Chalmers 1 Oliver 70 With four-row Cultivator 1 F-20 McCormick-Deering With road gear & Hyd. Pump COMBINES 1 1948 Case with motor 1 1944 Allis-Chalmers Model 60 painted & reconditioned I Massey-Harris 1 Baldwin Gleaner MISCELLANEOUS 1 Champion Roiary Hoe 1 Avery Rotary Hoe—like new 1 3-16 Case Plow 1 3-14 McCormick-Deering Plow 1 Four-row WD Allis-Chalmers Cullivator LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. ! SWEA CITY, IOWA PHONE 64 (20) Livestock WANTED — SURGE MILKING machine. Charley Quinn, Bancroft, phone. 5061. 19.-20* FOR SALE — SORREL MARE, eight yr. old. rides pood; 8 good ducks. William Durant, phone 62-W. 20* FOR SALE—55 HEAD SPRING pigs. Harvey Jergenson, 3 J A mi. west of Algona on McGregor 20-21* Lynda Rash Honored At Burt Showers Recently Burl—Honoring her on her approaching marriage, 90 friends and relatives were present at a bridal shower for Lynda Rash at St. John's Lutheran Church Thursday evening, May 10. A program was given by Janice Meyer, Shirley Peter, Karen Lavrenz, Judy O'Brien, Judy Hinckley, Gladys Doege and Velda Peter. Miss Rash, daughter of Mrs Jessie Rash, will be married to David D. Miller, son of Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller, Sunday, May 20 at the St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. Miss Rash was also honored with a personal shower given at the Delmar Angus home recently. Scholarship To Sheila McEvoy Mr and Mrs GeraJd Meyer had their infant son Theodore -Edward, baptized by Rev. Wittkopp at the St. John's Lutheran church Sunday morning, May 13lh. The Walther League of the St. John's Church elected the following officers Wednesday evening; president, Janice Meyer; vice president, Vernal Koestler; secretary, Helen Meyer; treasurer, Karen Lavrenz: Christian, ^hair^. man, Shirley Peter and to send bulletins, Judy Weiske. ' Richard Lavrenz went to Iowa City Sunday to get his wife who has been at the University Hospital following surgery two weeks ago. Clifford Schrader and his mother, Mrs Mayrne Schrader, attended funeral services for Mrs Schrader's brother, William Smith,' at Elmore Tuesday afternoon. Virgil Schrader and Charles Schrader also accompanied them to Elmore. The Burt Homernaker's mot Tuesday with Mrs E. A. Junkermier with Mrs Dean Andrews and Mrs Fred Habogcr assisting hostesses. Mrs Frank Rycrson had the surprise number. Mrs Florence Bagb.y, who lias been employed near Algona, spent some time recently with Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas. Win. R. Carman recently at- tcnrlod the annual conference of the Mid-Western H;iil Adjusters. Mr Garman is an adjuster for the Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Company of Iowa. Mrs William E. Ernst of Northbrook. 111. and Mrs Orville O. White, with son Thomas of Nashville, Tenn.. will visit this week ;it the Jessie Rash home and attend the wedding May 20 of their sister. Lynda Rash. The Buil Lion's Club will again sponsor the annual summer outdoor movies with the first one showing May 26. Mrs Merwin Cunningham and Mrs Ervin Ulses went on the chartered bus trip to Des Moines Tuesday. Some 41 women from this area enjoyed a day of sight seeing. Mrs Marie Drcyer, Lurry and Janice attended a birthday anniversary observance for the former's father, John Schallin at Lotts Creek Wednesday eve- Sheila McEvoy Sheila McEvoy, a member of the graduating class at St. Cecelia's Academy, has been awarded the $500 nursing scholarship of- ferer! by the St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary. She will take her, training at St. Joseph Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and has worked as a nurse's aide at St. Ann the past year. . The scholarship is given on the basis of scholarship, character, personality,-personal appearance, and financial need, and is open to anyone in this area, members of the selecting committee were: Dr. John Kenefick, chief of staff at the hospital; Sister Mary Etheldreda, superintendent; Mrs W. F. Hamstreet, of Burt, scholarship chairman; and Mrs N. J. Kellcy, president of the hospital auxiliary. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Wesley Home Sold Mr and Mrs Carl Albee have sold their home to H. E. Hemmingsen who plans to modernize fiJid, repair the property and rent 'iu^ He will get possession May v 3|r$jf" : The -Albee family are mov* ihg'this week to Jefferson, Iowa where he will operate a radio and TV repair shop, as he has been doing in his home here. Mr and Mrs Lance- Ricbhcff came home from Rochester Sat- uuiay evening after throe weeks- there. Mrs Ricbhoff had major | surgery and Mr Riebhoff had minor surgery. The Algona Upper Des Moine; ftas the largest circulation in Kos suth county of any publication. HOT serves so many . . . 'costs so littfe WATER HEATERS NO MONEY DOWN As Little As $3.00 A Month North Central Public Service Co.. Housewarming Party The Luther Nygaards, George Detmerings, Charles Nygaards, Thcron Hansons and Lawrence Hansens gave a housewarming party Friday evening May 4 for the Richard Madsens who recently moved to the farm which they had purchased last year and was vacated by Mr and Mrs John Woiland. Tenth Birthday Vicki Arndorfer was honored at a birthday dinner at her parental, Leonard Arndorfer home Thursday, May 10, on her 10th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig and Kay, Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan and Audra and Mr. and Mrs Gene Hood of Algona. Take California Trip Mr and Mrs Ed Hiklman were Sunday, May (i dinner guests at the home ol their daughter, Mrs Robert Kain. Mrs Kain and her daughter - in - law, Mrs Robert Knin Jr. left Monday, May 7 in the latler's car for Long Beaeh, to visit Matt and Lawrence Hildman and their families. The younger Mrs Kain remained there with her husband, who with his twin brother, Dickie, are at a naval station there. Mrs Mary Kain and John were also pro-Mother's Day guests at the Robert Kain home. 8th Grade. Graduation Eighth graduation exercises will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church after the 7:30 mass Sunday, May 20. The graduates are Marjoiie Becker, Marlene Bode, Margaret Ann Bleieh, Steve Douyhan. Larry Flaherty, Janet Sue Goet/.. Joan Grant, Duane Heimm. Eugene Hildman, Betty Kim/: Helen Lickteig, Janice Liektei^;. Kay Loebig, Irwin Martin, Paul Pfeffer, Joy Vitzlhum and Louis Weig. Sister Louis is bth grade instructor. The rebuilding of the Milwaukee depot is progressing. A smaller building % was made of the east half of the old one and will be used for an office. The west half will be torn down. Mr and Mrs Herman Studer, Mrs August Studer, Mrs Roy Clark of Britt and the women's mother, Mrs Mary Glawe of Corwith went to Rockford, 111. Friday morning where that afternoon they attended the wedding of a nephew Marvin Crowley. They returned home Sunday. Earl Goetz, oldest son of Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz will attend Boy's State at Camp Dodge in June. He was chosen by the American Legion who will sponsor his trip. Earl is a junior in high school. The Prairie Neighbors met with Mrs Donovan Studer Tuesday afternoon, May 8, with Mrs Leonard Studer as assistant hostess. 500 was played. Mrs Josie Lickteig and Mrs Opal Nygaard gave a report on the tour they took the day before to Des Moines with other farm bureau women. Marcelene Rocder and Susan Arndorfer were in charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan and Audra Ann accompanied by Mrs Leonard Arndorfer and Vicki visited the former couple's daughter, Sister Damian at Our Lady of Grace convent in Minneapolis Sunday, May 13. The first meeting of Den 3 Boy Scouts was held April 23 at the home of the Den Mother, Mrs Fred Thomas. They elected a Denner, assistant . Denner, treasurer and reporter. Six members received their "Bobcat pins. They are Gerry Studer, Mike Studer, Larry Youngwirth, Dick Erickson and Tommy Thomas. The Den Chief is Frank Martin. Mrs F. A. Webb spent several days last week with their son, Rev. Ellis Webb and family at Nora Springs, while Rev. Webb was with relatives in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr and Mrs Dave Lloyd went to Rochester Thursday, where both will go thru the Mayo Clinic. Joyce Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Smith, underwent an appendectomy Tuesday morning at the F(ritt hospital. She is employed in a telephone office in Des Moines. Rebekahs held a special meeting Wednesday evening at their hall to plan {he District convention, which will be held here Tuesday, June 12. Clarence Beenken was brought ho_mc Monday, May 7 from a week's stay in the Veterans' hos- pial, Des Moines. His father, Hans Beenken and a nephew drove down to get him. The Methodist Daily Bible school will begin May 28 and continue for a week. Mr and Mrs Fred Miller of Valparaiso, Ind., and Mr and Mrs Adolf Giescr of Hartley spent May 7 with their cousins, Mr and Mrs Will Martinck. Mrs Anna Hauptman and Rudy and Mrs Harold Martinek spent Tuesday and Wednesday with the John Arens family at Bassett. Mr Arens had surgery for kidney stones Wednesday morning. Mrs Hauptman stayed at the Arens home for a longer visit. Tuesday, May 15/1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—7 Summers of Clear Lake spent Friday at the home nt their sister, Mrs Nellie Luoin. Mrs Joe Donahue is a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona where she is under treatment for pneumonia. Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing and Joyce of Ames spent the weekend at the Richard Mcnko dnd Al Lensing homes. Mr and Mrs Herbert Dorr and children of Oscala, Wis. and Rosalee Dorr of Mason City spent the weekend at the Cletus Dorr home. • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman The annual crowning of Tho Blessed Virgin was held in St. John's Church Sunday, May 13, at 3 p.m. Participants were the students of the high school and Betty Heldorfcr crowned the May Queen. Harold Kockler carried the American flag, and Robert Blocker carried the Papal flag Junior and senior boys and girls in formals and dress suits formed the Rosary. Four freshmen boys, Richard Deitering, Kenneth Bergman, Edward Rahc, and Anthony Kahler, carried the statue of the Blessed Virgin on a flower laden frame. The attendants to the May queen were Patricia Hatten, Louise Garry, Helena Rolling, Diane Deitering. Jo Ann Lensing, and Betty Cogley. Ellen Lynch was flower girl. The procession was tniiow- ed by Father Schultes. Father Adams and four acolytes. The annual meeting of Hit Legion Auxiliary was li c. 1 d Thursday evening. Card:; were played and prizes were won by Ann Menke and Mrs Lawrence Bergman. A lovely lunch was served after the meeting. A group of friends surprised Mr and Mrs Bill Glawe with a housewarming party and shower Thursday evening. Mrs John Guy from Austin, Minn, spent Sunday visiting her folks, Mr and Mrs Perry Torino. Mr and Mrs Francis Wilhelmi of Osage, Kan., where he is stationed with the air force, moved to Minneapolis this week. Francis is the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Wilhelmi of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Harold Winkel of Whittemore are the parents of a son born Wednesday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Johnny and SheriU are staying at the Richard and Johnny Menke homes here. Mrs Leone Baker, Mrs Otto Smith of Algona and Mr and Mrs TYPING PAPER, 500 SHSGTS 8% x 11, only 98c at the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. 7tfn SEE OUR FULL PAGE AD IN COLOR IN THIS MONTH'S FARM & HOME SECTION IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Art /YWal Desks - Files Chairs —Counters AVAILABLE AT YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Office Supply Dept. Phone 1100 Algona Floral Arrangements Funeral — Bridal Anniversary — Illness Remembrance PLANTS - POTTERY CANDLES PINK PETAL FLORAL Lucille & Elliott Skilling East Side Courthouse Square FOR SALE 16 A. 120 A. 162 A. 160 A. 160 A. 160 A. 160 A. 3 A. Adjoins Algona city limits on southeast. Cresco Twp. with buildings. Plum Creek Twp. Fenton Twp. Greenwood Twp. Ramsey Twp. Burt Twp. With excellent modern home southwest of Burt. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona. Iowa Phone 714 or 48 MODERN MACHINERY] UNI - BALER For Self-Propelled Baling • Used Equipment B-U-Y-S 1951 DC Case with 2-row cultivator $1345 1945 UTU M-M with hyd. $975 4-row Case planter, 2 years old with fert. $325 4-row Dearborn weeder with 3-point hitch $75 18 ft. M-M disc $250 New Equipment S-p-E-C-i-A-L-S 18 ft. M-M disc $250.00 12 ft. Kovar springtoofh $127.50 BUSCHER BROS. North of Milwaukee Depot Only MOZ-All has the VICIOUS CUTTING EFFICIENCY, necessary for clearing heavy brush, weeds, fence rows. Only MOZ-All is completely shielded for SAFE, SMOOTH, SPEEDY mowing of lawns, acre- ages, orchards and groves. Only MOZ-ALL properly chops clipp.ings into finest plant mulch and natural fertilizer. Only MOZ-All solves the leaf;problem with inexpensive leaf mulcher attachment. Only YOU can decide what's BEST.., ask us, for a Free Demonstration. Algona Implement Phone 52 1407 Commercial INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER See Large Ad In Farm and Home Section Use d-CON as 'directed ana 1 GET RID OF RATS AND MICE FOREVER! You don't have to be an expert- anyone can use clean, odorless d-CON! Don't gamble with the 27 dread diseases known to be carried by rats und mice. End piojtcrty !<>?a. food contamination and lisk of fire* rtiukL-il by ihcM- v, t -, O ij.4 iodt-nl«. Follow iimtiltt ami ..M'n.N j : , safe to use »round chiMicn mid lifts jrl MI i-llrr- tivc it rid* >our iJiopi-rly of i;ils nnrl mir.' foirveri Gel d-CON iitdio I t'loji tal disease and dotruction NOW! d-CON with LX3-M works wheie traps and poisons (ail Rat> air smart. As soon as one or two are CttUKht in traps or killed by poison, the ri-t-t of I he rat colony becumta b nl-bhy Bvrau»f d-CON is odoi less. lasU-U-bi. and thai d CON uiili LXU-M W ;llu'ir Jeaili. d-CON li ciM».«fvrao 10 mo OU« PlACf Of tVHY IAI 4NO MOUSf IN IS D.W- O« MONIY 14CK. KOHLHAAS HARDWARE SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY $6.95 Value Steel LETTER RLE Complete with Index $1.49 Solid Maple Revolving LAZY SUSAN $4.95 Value. Out They Go At $1.59 $5.50 A Pair Value PILLOWS pr. $2.19 9-Piece VANITY SET $15.10 Value $2.98 Wrought Iron MAG. RACKS 98c BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE

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