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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! TYPING PAPER Upper Des Moines PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ENGINEERS Collins, Thompson and Willis Professional Engineers Morton W. Bittinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122'£ E. State Phone 1372W Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. LaBarre and . R. C. LaBarro Surety Bonds- -All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone 12.T BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE << N. Dodge St. Phone 103 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance 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 HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House Household Goods, and Many Other Forms Phone 93 Ted S. Herbst ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Io ,v a Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Mail - 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. MRona pllonL< 8 ' AUTO—LIFE-Fir.2—HAIL Desks - Files Chairs -Counters AVAILABLE At YOUR AUTHORIZED /DEALER Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Office Supply Dept. Phone 1100 Algona Services WEAVE-BAG Repair Burns, Moth Moles Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 15 E.' College St. PKone 837-W Algona Algona Upper Des Moines Classified Rales 3c Per Word* Cash in Advance 5c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday 5 p.m. • « * * UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week! THE SURE WAY TO TrfE ' FASTEST RESULTS! Prompt, profitable results are what you want . . . and what you get . . . when you use UDM low-cost Wartt Ads! No matter if you're buying, selling or renting property, products or pups — you'll get the best results here. It takes only a few minutes to place your Want Ad. Call or stop in today! PHONE 1100 For Sale BJUStROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For . COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Phone 520-W, 1008, 787-J, 1452-W for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms ZENITH GENERAL ELECTRIC Radio Ct "Television Service Phonograph Records Popular — Children — Classic KOSSUTH RADIO Milton Dahl 214 E. Slate Phone 1190 TELEVISION r ,. ' . and RADIO, SERVICE When you buy a television set or a radio, 'you want to know tha! 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 FOR SALE — USED RHEEM gas floor furnace. Used Kitchen sink. 'Used lavatory that's a honey, looks like it's never been used. P. R. Irons Plumbing & Heating, 812 E. McGregor, Algeria. | 24. FOR SALE — ALFALFA, will sell by .the acre. Phone 993W. ' . , 24 FOR SALE — OUTBOARD motor, 12 horsepower. Schultz Bros. . ' 24 Notice CANCER THE MOST DREABfcD of all diseases. Authorities tell us that one person in every ten has contracted or will contract cancer. Doctors are sincerely tcy- ing to find the means to control it. People are donating to this cause, therefore they should know results. The medicine 1 have been using is winning my confidence more and more. 1 hope it may prove a specific fry: cancer. I feel sure one dose every month will prevent the formation of cancer. Dr. Evans, 508 East No. St., Algona. 24 Livestock FOR SALE — HEREFORD Bulls, serviceable age — Meyer & Dreyer, Fenton, la. Ph. 402. i 24-27* FOR SALE — REGISTERED Hereford bull, serviceable age. Joseph Skow, Wesley, la. 22-25 UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Farm Equipment FOR SALE — 28' COTTAGE trailer home. Real good bu.v. '53 Willys, 4 door — overdrive, $425 — '51 Kaiser, $350; '47. Fprd pickup, $295 — West Bend Auto Co., West Bend, la. ... 24* FOR SALE — HAY, ALFALFA clover mixture, $15 per ton, mowed and windrowed. - Mike StoffeL 24 FOR SALE — SECOND-HAND bottle gas range, .guaranteed. Price $35.00. Fleming Hardware, Whittemore, la. 23-24 FOR SALE -YELLOWSTONE, 26' house trailer. Aluminum, modern. Two miles, west on blocktop from Kollasch station on 169 and Vb north. Edward Thilges, Bode. _ 22-24* HOUSE TRAILER BARGAINS, New and used, large or small: Fairmont Trailer Sales, Fairgrounds Entrance. Fairmont, Minnesota. ' 20 EOT OPTOMETRISTS Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Specialists in Vision 9 East State Phone 564 Hours: 9.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. t Closed Saturday Afternoons DOCTORS J. N. KENEFICK. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 21b W. State Street Office Ph. ,300, Res. Ph. 326 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. MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon lib N. Moore tit. Office Ph. 197 Res.__Ph._19j C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician 10H So. Hui'lan St. Phones: Office. 310: Home 444 DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg Office phone 44 Residence phone 116 DR. N- J- KELLEY , TJ Office over Hall-Suahorn Hdwe Oll'ice Phone tiUi Residence Phone 425 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. GALL 1070~ SIGSBEE PLUMBING & HEATING Algona BINOCULARS, 6 x 30 to 16 x 50, the real goods, coated lenses, including case, carrying strap. DIAMOND'S Surplus. lleow GRANULATED ZONOLITE IN- sulation Rock Wool Baits and granulated wool are available for your home. You too can insulate your home. See us. F. S. Norton &: Son. 28wl9tfn FOR SALE — NEW IDEA, 1— No. 45G rake dn rubber; 1—No. 44 rake on steel; 1—lime spreader. All new, will sell at dealer's cost. James Christensen, Burt. 24* USED • FARM EQUIPMENT 66 New Holland baler wilh motor $1095.00 1953 45-T 900 New style New ' Idea mower $250.00 7-ft. I.H.C. power mower $135.00 4-row I.H.C. cultivator __» $250.00 KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. Lone Rock 24 Wanted WANTED—RADIATOR CLEAN- ihg and repairing. $8.00. Headquarters for Harrison Radiators. Cook's Radiator Repair. 24-27* WANTED — BROODER HOUSE, Lewis Broesder, Algona, phone 906 Lone Rock. 24* UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends For Rent FOR RENT — 3 BEDROOM house, phone 1374J. 24 USED LIST SPECIAL SALE — 2, TO 5-WK. ' old W. Leghorn and Leg. Hamp. pullets. $30.90 while they last. Free males. Hamilton Hatchery. Bancroft,' la. ' 17tfn FOR SALE — LINCOLN ELEC- and Cutting Torches. Welding trie welders, Victor Welding equipment of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. ; 36-37tfn Cars - Trucks DR. C. D. SCHAAP Office over S & L Store Oflice 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- Phui.o 279 VACATION SPECIALS 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air — 4 door, power glide, radio and heater. Very low mileage and in wonderful • condition. 1954 Olds Super 88 — 4 door, hy- dramalic, radio and healer. 1953 Olds Super 88 — 4 door, hy- dramatic, radio and heater. 1952 Olds Super 88 — 4 door, hy- dramatic, radio and heater. HUNTING FOR A USED CAR WITH A FUTURE AT BARGAIN PRICES 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook — 4 door, radio, heater and reconditioned motor _. $650.00 1950 Buiclc Super — 4 door. Dyna-Flo, radio and healer. Special only $495.00 1949 Olds 88 — 4 door, hydrama- tic. radio and heater $395.80 1949 DeSolo Custom — 4 door, radio and heater. Extra clean. Special at only $295.00 DAD'S GARAGE Oldsmobile Sales and Service Phone 165 Algona, Iowa MACHINERY TRACTORS 1— No. 101 Massey-Harris Jr. 1 — 15-30 McCormick-Deering with rubberj— a good plow tractor 1 — F-20 McCormick-Deering with read gear and Hyd. pump 1 — Oliver 70 1—1940 Model A John Deere 1 — 1940 Model B John Deere 1— 1946 C Allis-thalmers 1—1951 WD Allis-Chalmers COMBINES 1 — Massey-Harris 1 — Baldwin Gleaner 1 — 1948 Case with motor — painted and ready to go 1—1944 Allis-Chalmers Model 60 • — painted and reconditioned' MISCELLANEOUS 1 — Case Side Delivery Rake 1 — Four row Cockshutt Cultivator 1 — Two row John Deere 1 — Two row WD Allis-Chalmers 1 — Two row C Allis-Chalmers 1 — No. 238 Two row McCormick- Deering LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA Phone 64 ALGONA FARM EQUIPMENT We Have (5) Fine 1956 Model I H. Bedroom-size AIR CONDITIONERS. Regular Price OUR SPECIAL _____ $ 159i95 ALSO TWO LARGE UNITS Regular Price $299.95 SPECIAL _- $l99i90 FOR SALE -- pirk-up. Phone Rock. 1941} 24 TON Lone 24 Help Wanted UTILITY BUILDINGS MEN WANTED FORRAWLEIGH ln!~ifu:ss. Sol! tn 1500 f;imilus. \Viiic iuiuiv. Hiiwk-h'jr* Dent. lAF-iil-3A, FieepoM. 111. 2-1-2IJ BIG If) CU. FT. ADMIRAL UPRIGHT FREEZER. The freo/er you can afford!! Tho Most For » I QA AE Your Money V I «W«KJ USED EQUIPMENT DcaVborn (Long 60) hay baler, complete, used only 2 se;ison.s. A-l and guarantied . .-- ....... ______ $1075.00 6 .sections of IH flexible harrow. A-l condition — all or part ____ each $ 10.00 Farmers Friend Loader to fit F20 or F30 ______ $ 45.00 Push-up, cable-type wagon hoist, near new __ $125.00 Case hand tie NCM bahr . ... ____________ '- $100.00 USED LAWN MOWERS 2 — used reel - type power mowers. lOoli Jari Jr. sickle-type mower - .....--.. .$ 47.50 David Brad lev tract ui; mower to fit 111 "11" tractor $75.00 USED SEPARATORS 3-F sell-wash separator, A-l 4-F cream separator, self v/ash, A-l ;j-S JSlecti ic cream separator NEW EQUIPMENT 1 — Nc\v King & Hamilton (O'tawa! 5-ton wagons (less auoNSti u • IMMEDIATE DELIVERY cumo in pairs, four, or six. Financial Terms Easily Arranged S25 to $50.00 WEEKLY, SEWING ouf ehildien's ready-cut die.-si s Sample catalogue, details, •4aiUiii/ in.-trucli.iiis, $1.00 (REFUNDABLE). Lett' Saks, Kav,- kcivvlin, Michigan. 24" l?F.Tl J ~\VANTED - MOTHERS and huii.-.cwive.- (hi? i> your op;j;>: (unity to earn $!.:")() per hour. Choice of houi>. 5 days ueekly. Wilte Box 09-K. Algona, •'ivmii name and addiess. 24 tire 1 — Bi III s) $137.50 tuw 1955 No. 200T -toi Spreader $295.00 Be SUIL- to get our prayer prices. Wi/iit to trade for H & M Fai malls, 45T balers and IH trader mowers and side rak- 0:-. Give us a try. FOR RENT — 30 A. ALFALFA hay, 1st, 2nd and 3rd cutting by the bale or the acre.' Herb Weydert, phone 11 on 95, Burt. 24 FOR RENT OR SALE — 30 acres alfalfa hay ,— 5 miles southwest of Algona, John Zellar, Bode, phone 2605. 24 Real Estate Card of Thanks THANK YOU I wish to thank all who voted for me in Monday's primaries. It was greatly appreciated. CHARLES PLATHE Democrat Candidate for Supervisor 24 WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Tuesday, June 12, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moihes—7 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends for their thoughfullness during my recent illness. Mrs A. D. Newbrottgh, Lone Rock. 24 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank neighbors and all who helped with the fire Sunday. Lewis" Bfbesder, Algona. Burt Couple Wed June 10 In Des Moines Ceremony MITCHELL AND HOWARD COUNTY FARMS 136 Acres 3 mi. Jtf. of Riceville on County line. Widow wants to sell. 160 Acres on new black top 2 mi. N. of paving towards Mclntire- at $125.00 320 Acres 4 mi. E. of Riceville on paving. Priced to sell. $135.00 120 Acres is difinitely going to be* sold as we are selling this same party a house in town and he contemplates moving .. away ... _ $175.00 220 Acres 1 mi. E. 3 mi. N. of Stacyville. Accidental death in family causes this farm to be offered for sale $150.00 120 Acres 1 mi. S. of Riceville and \k mi. E. A good 120 acres with plenty of serviceable bldgs., all kinds $200.00 96 Acres IVfe mi. S. of Riceville. Absentee owner finds this place too small as an investment to rent out $135.00 120 Acres offered for sale. The reason for this one! The owner wants to buy one closer to the 80 acres he lives on. It is located 6 mi. N. and 2 mi. E. of Osage. $305.00 320 Acres 6 mi. E. and 3 mi. N. of Osage. Wants to sell to buy a smaller place $200.00 160 Acres all tillable, modern • house. 4 mi. to town on farm : to market road, lots of good .. bldgs. ------ $33,000.00 179 Acres A good farm, 1 mi. off paving, average buildings - $160.00 320 Acres on good road, nearly all tillable, water & bath $135.00 160 Acres on paving. New bath and hot water heater, new water system, 4 'bedrooms, nearly all tillable $175..00 160 Acres' New all modern house with double garage, plenty of other bldgs, practically all tillable $285.00 160 Acres at $162.50 or 240 acres at $150.00. Tiled and nearly all tillable. Wo also have the sale barn at Carpenter for sale. There is nothing the matter with that for the riRht operator. Positively will be sold or traded for a farm. Also have an implement business for sale. Minneapolis Moline & Allis Chalmers franchises. MOORE & OLSEN REALTORS Osage, Iowa 24*. Burt — A linen shower was given at the Methodist Church Tuesday evening honoring Barbara Jo . Dreyer. The colors of orchid and pink were carried out in decorations of the table and lunch. A short program was given and Jane McMullen assist-' ed with the gifts. Miss Dreyer' was married to Jim McMullen Sunday, June 10, in Des Moines. Family Picnic A family picnic at Hands Park Sunday June 3 was attended by the following Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling and children; their guests, Mr and Mrs Justin Anderson, Richmond, Missouri: Mrs Casdprph and Malia of Hardin, Missouri; and Mr and Mrs Arthur Isaacson of Stratford, Mr and Mrs Otto Westling and LaVerla, Algona and Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow of Lone Rock. FOR SALE — 400 ACRES OF rich Red River Valley land, all under cultivation, Ada, Minneso- ia. Can be bought on contract, very good terms, 115.00 per acre. For information call or write Lowell Len?., 302.So. Marian, Algona, la. Ph. 819J. . 24-25* FOR SALE — 3 BEDROOM home in Livermore. New kitchen and garage, Pi* bath room. Call 4381 Livermore. 23-24* FARMS FOR SALE OR WILL trade for good business or investment income property. Possession can be had with crop if desired. All in Palo Alto Co. 1HO A modem home—20 A pasture; 120 A—all tillable—plenty , of good bldgs.; 80 A—all new bldgs.—modern home — knotty pine den and television room— host of land. Call Geo. D. Freeman at No. 23456, Emmetsbm'g. 23-24" MOBILE HOMES We Have EVERY SIZE and LARGER SELECTION of BETTER HOMES on EASIER TERMS so COME AND SEE US at KING f S KQURT Trailer Sales WEBSTER CITY. IA. Larry Westling, 12 year old son of the Raymond Westlings went to Richmond, Mo., with the Justin Andersons, where he will spend the summer, Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel had as guests last week, Mr and Mrs Gerald Riedel and son of Cedar Rapids .and Mr and Mrs Jim Frederickson and children of Alta. The Jim Fredericksons also visited at the Ed P. Frederickson home. Mrs Bertha Mansmith left the first of the week for Illinois where she will visit her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Hartman'at Crete nnd with the sons Melborn and Victor Mansmith and families at Blue Island. She will also spend some time with the Dorseys at Berlin, Wis. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Chafce were visited recently by the latter's sister, Mrs Dorothy Larson of New Hartford. Sunday guests at the Chafee home were Mr and Mrs Dale Brinkman, Diane and Bonney; Mr and Mrs John Craig, Larry and Penny, New Hartford, and Mr and Mrs Roland Chafee and Jeanine. Dinner' and afternoon guests Friday at the Donald Patterson home were Mrs Ellen Stensrud, Mrs Phil Lyng and David of Lake Mills, and their guests Mr' and Mrs Roger Lyng and Philip of Los Alamos, New Mexico, and Mrs George Patterson and granddaughter Susan Patterson of Swea City, George, Patterson and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson are at the former's ranch in Montana, and Susan is visiting the Robert Harveys and Mrs George Patterson during their absence. Mrs Lottie Isenberger and Mrs Clara Van Steenberge drove to Missouri Valley, Tuesday, ana spent till Thursday with Mr and Mrs Henry Anderson and family near there. Mrs Anderson is the former Stella Iscnberger. Mr and Mrs Joe Bietz and family with Mrs Bertha Stow were at the Leonard Daniels home Friday. Afternoon callers to meet 'the visitors were Mrs Kave Holding and children and Mis Bruce Holding and baby of Al- yona and Mrs Larry Holding and children. The Biet/ family with Mr and Mrs Daniehs were supper guests Friday at Berth;.! Stows. Recent Sunday visitors at the Lawrence Doege home were Mr and Mrs ,Vern Rafdal and children of Tltonku and Mr and Mrs Herb Doege of Woden. Mr and Mrs Roy Johnston and three small daughters moved last week" from the Margaret Bernhard house to Swea City. Mi- Johnston is with the Farm Bureau and will operate an oil station in Swea City. Mrs Lyle Johnson of Lake Crystal, Minn., spent time last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Neitzel. Mrs Johnson returned home on Sunday. Miss Myrtle Schwietert of Das Moines visited at the home of her brother and sister, Jphn and Helen Schwietert, and with other relatives. • Invitatioins have been received In.viations have been received by friends to the wedding of . Alice Mae, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse E. Thbreson, ' to Mi- Clarence J. Lacqy. The marriage will take' -tjlace"' Friday evening June 15 at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Ellsworth. 'Mrs Erwin Olson and-children of Des Moines spent last week with the former's mother,. Mrs Kenneth C6ok and Mr Cook. Mi- Olson brought his family to Burt on Sunday. Mrs Olson is the formed- Phyllis McBride. ..; Mr and Mrs Harold Reime'rs, with Sue Ellen and Brian, moved this week to their own house in ' Bur{, after living the past months in '.Algona.'.. • The . .Culbertsons, moved from the Reimers house to the Patterson •est^t&Japuse, , v Mr and Mrs Joe Bietz and three children .of Bujck, (Minn.. were dinner guests at the Leonard' Daniels -home -Thursday. Others thera for dinner were Mrs. Bertha* Stow and Ml' and Mi's Cliff Holding. Mrs Stow accompanied^ the ; Bietz; .family to the C. L.. .. and B. L. PUelps home Whei'e they spent Thursday after- rioofi. Mrs .Bietz is t the former Artehe> Daniels. •-• v '•• MANKATO MUD & STEAM BATHS TREATMENTS FOR ARTHRITIS, RHEtfMATISM . ^SCIATICA antf NERVOUSNESS , . ., HOT SULPHUR MUD and LIVE' STEAM BATHS EPERT MASSEUR. . -f • ' FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR' LIVING IN Call 6r write Florence Martens, formerly head nurse Mudbaden, .and make reservations,, „,„,;.••_„". PHONE 6862 " —''' 728 N. SECOND'S'T, at' MANKATO! MINNESOTA ' V'24-25* " -i ' #V®3%y®£^-W^ ICE CREAM SOCIAL • First Lutheran CliurcR; £. LucqsVS N. Wbost^r^ts:.; '' J,_: . FRIDAY, JuTBCjiS'; j; '7ite'-td^S" Serving lee Cream/ Cake, Pie, Coffee, IPop Algona Implement MILLER Steel Building Co. Phone 1290 Milw. Depot Pldza ! STAMP PADS, ink. rubber i stamps, daters. etc. at the Upper • JVs Mom'-'s Pub. Cc . office supply ' International Harvester Phone 52 1417 E. Commercial FARMS FOR SALE or WANTED Loans — Free Inspection Farm Management IMMETT KNARY. Phone 2291 — LuVerne, la. A "DO-IT-YOURSELF" SPECIAL Point Roller Sets 1,79 Complete with Pan •ind Nylon Roller 10°o Discount on all Pratt & Lambert Paints and Wallpaper In Stock. COWAN Bldg. Supply Phone 275 Algona Floral Arrangements Funeral — Bridal Anniversary — Illness Remembrance PLANTS - POTTERY CANDLES PINK PETAL FLORAL Lucille & Elliott Skilling East Side Courthouse Square . . Announcing. . . JIM THOLE Now Associated With . -V-. • . •? . Bunkdf ske's Barber Shop 5. t ' •'•«':.?.• Jim Thule joins the Bunkofske Shop from Ames — where he specialized in "flat-top" hair cuts on Iowa State College students. He's a whiz with a shears, and a mighty swell, all-around .barber. DROP IN AND MEET JIM THULE tforteftr so man/.,, costs so little NO MONEY As Little As DOWN $3.00 A Month North Central Public Service Co,, aler T wne 100% Sisal. Money-Back Guarantee 2,500 Bales Sold Last Year na Flour Feed Co; South PWIJips St.

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