The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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iVERY DAY JS BARGAIN DAT JOB-RADIO-CLOTHES! MONEY HOME • CAR/ HJRNITURE • JEWELRY] Wanted WANTED — HOUSE TO RENT. Phone 1100, Algona. 4 CLASSIFIED AD RATES Minimum charge: 35c. 10 words or less, cash in adrance. Each additional word, 3cv cash in advance. When charged, 5c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. Mail or bring ads to THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, Algona, Iowa. For Sale FOR SALE — WHITE GANDER and hen. Phone 3816, Mrs. Louis Berninghaus, Lone Rock 6* FOR SALE — REGISTERED Holstein bull. 2 years old. Edward Behnkendorf, LuVerne. 6* FOR SALE — AMERICAN SAD- dle mare, gaited, 8 years old. J. Graham, l k south, 4 west of Titonka. G-7* FOR SALE — 8 DUROC BROOD sows to farrow in February and March. 4 Holstein cows, 3 fresh now, 1 to freshen in March. Jake W. Meyer, 1 mile west and l?i miles south of Wesley. 6 FOR SALE — BRED DUROC gilts, March and April farrow. John F. Weber, 2 miles E. Irvington. 6-7' 6—Algona Upper Des Melnes Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Household Goods Good. Used Household Size STOKER For Sale P. R. IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 East McGregor Phone 523W FOR SALE — NEW LESTER Grand. Will sacrifice rather than re-box and send back to factory. Write H. J. Hansen, Factory Representative. 1414 Clybourn, Chicago, 111. 6* FOR SALE — USED HOT WA- ter heating system, boiler, radiators, circulating pump, for large home or building. Sigsbee Plumbing and Heating, Phone 1070. 6 FOR SALE — JAMESWAY OIL burning brooder stove with 54 inch hover, one year old. perfect shape. Walter Fandel. Phone 3163. Whittemore. 6-7* FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE brood sows. Kenneth Roethler, 2% miles south Hobarton. Phone 7F12. 6 FOR SALE—GRADE HOLSTEIN bull, proven ancestry and top DHIA records. R. A. Banwart, West Bend, Phone 16on9. FOR SALE—HORSES. THREE year old spotted horse; two year old spotted mare; eight rear old sorrel horse; five year old Roan horse. Sound and gentle. William Durant, Phone 62-W. Algona. 6 FOR SALE OR TRADE — FOR livestock. 1931 model A Ford in good shape. G. E. Rochleau, Algona. 6* FOR SALE—1946 JOHN DEERE Model A and cultivator. Ronald Sabin, 4 miles south l h west Algona. 6* FOR SALE — BALED CLOVER, alfalfa, straw, also feeding oats. Phone 30F21, C. L. McEnroe, Algona. 6-7* FOR SALE — HAWKEYE SOY beans. Grown from certified seed. $2.75 per bu. L. N. Hanson, Titonka. Phone 21F4. Or see R. H. Miller, Algona. G-7 FOR SALE — SEED CORN, Fertilizer, Aarm seeds. Seed oats, Sioux bins and cribs. Jolly bins and cribs. Authorized Dealer for Brookfield Corn Co. Write or see H. E. Hundertmark, West Bend. 6-7 • FOR SALE — HAWKEYE SOY beaaa, grown from certified, seed. Germination state test 9334. R. L. Bernau, 4 miles west, 4V4 south Algona. 5-6* OFFICE SUPPLIES Victor Adding machine, used $50 Smith-Corona Sterling model portable typewriter, used .$45 Royal, 11-inch carriage, completely reconditioned $85 For the best buys in office equiq- inent, new or used, try the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. NEW newspaper Building Stfn FOR SALE — WIRE BALED alfalfa hay. Frank Becker, Burt. Phone 7-90. 5-6* FOH SALE—VERY GOOD CON- dition, White enamel Skelgas stove, $69. Algona Hardware. Phone 274. 33tfn FOR SALE—THE ONE FEED that puts the finish on those Hogs for the early, right market. Sargent's MINRAL MEAL is what we mean. America's outstanding hog supplement will do the job. See YOUR SARGENT FEED DEALER. 31 FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone - la. u4att FOR SALE — 116W AUTOMATIC tie baler, used one season. Also home made Jeep. Electric welder 250 amp., Westinghouse. One drill press with 4 speeds, with drills V4 to 1 inch. One *£ electric drill with stand. Leonard refrigerator. A. E. Nelson, Fenton. 6* FIVE (5) CHOICE FARMS FOR SALE (Palo Alto, Kossuth and Hancock Counties) Fairly to highly improved; price ranges from $150.00 to $335.00 per acre; 120. three 160's, one 240 acres. Best of Soils. One 160-A. highly improved. .Mar. 1st possession possible, if taken at once; also special terms to "right 1 " party, as owner will "take back" over half the purchase price. For details on these choice, well-located "buvs" see or write, soon: H.D. Hutchins, Real Estate Broker. Algona N.F.L.A. Office, Algona. la., or Tel. 832-J. 6-7* For Sale FOR SALE — MODERN SEVEN room house and two lots. Hiram Ackerman. Burt. 6* FOR SALE — 12x20 TWO ROOM house in Whittemore. Built-in cupboards, water, wired for electricity. E. A. Heidenwith, Phone 2942," Whittemore. 6 Used Cars FOR SALE — COMPLETELY equipped wrecker on a 194( Dodge 4x4 Army 1% ton truck Write or call Fort .Dodge Top & Body, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 5-£ FOR SALE — 1949 FORD CUS- torn, overdrive, radio, heater, plastic seat covers, low mileage, good reason for selling. Beat offer over $1,375. Inquire at Algona Implement Co., or Phone 765LJ after 6 p. m. 5-6 Farms For Sale FARMS FOR SALE—160 ACRES good buildings, which I can recommend as one of the finest quarters between Algona and Titonka. $275.00 per acre. Paul M. Seeley, c/o Bradley Bros., Algona. 6* FOR SALE — 67 ACRE MOD- ern home a mile and a half south of Algona. Possession any time. Some hay, straw and grain. Price $17.000. George I. Freeman, Phone 225, Emmetsburg. 6* FOR RENT — THREE ROOM unfurnished apartment. 720 West Nebraska, Algona. 6* FOR SALE — BUILDING, SHOP or garage, wired, 16x24, good shape. A. E. Nelson, Fenton. 6* FOR SALE — THREE ROOM house, built-in cupboards, well finished. See to appreciate. Henry Dearchs. Algona. 5-6* FOR SALE — NEW ALL MOD- ern home, oak floors, insulated, oil furnace. See Joel M. Herbst. 6 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to express my sincere thanks for the flowers, gifts, cards and letters I received while in the hospital and convalescing at my home. Mrs. Paul Dettman. 6* CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to iiiank all those who sent me flowers, cards, and gifts while I was in the hospital. Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt. 6* FAMOUS NAMES— .SPARTO.N' Spartonette, Sfhult, Elear, Mo- ' bile Sportsman. Alrna, Roycraft, Kit, Duo, Terra Cruiser. Terms Cash or Trade. FAIRMONT Trailer SaU-s, on Blue E;irth Avt-, Fairmont, Minn. 21a277l FOR SALE — SEVERAL GOOD residence loU, yo'^i street.-;. sewer and wjter. See Juel M Herbst. ti WANTED WAITRESS. AI. gona Hotel CofiVe Sh-jp. c Delicious! ALGONA Church GUIDE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19 ST. CECELIA'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Father P. P. Gearen, Pastor Father Leo Kelm, Assistant Mass at 7:30 a.m.. 9:00 a.m. 10 and 11 a.m., with children's choir. On Holy Days at 6, 7, 8 and 9 a.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Luther Loesch, Pastor Sunday School, 9 a.m. Morning worship, 10 a.m. Mr. A. F. Niebuhr. of Web- tie;- City, will ipeak i-n the "Kisu'-v Your Synod" program. Cherry Vanilla ICECREAM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 9 a.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, Pastor Morning Worship 11 A.M. Sermon, "The Lenten Call". Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. 7:00 p.m., "Cathedral of Life." FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. O. W. Brand, Pastor Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Senior High Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. Gerald Hallauer, Pastor Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. "Cathedral of Lift-" meeting, *7 fin . * r-i i Morning Worship, 11 a.m., | 7.00 p.m. at Presbyterian Evening, 8 p.m. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. E. Benzon, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m.. Sermon Topic. "We Would See NAZARENE CHURCH Rev. L. E. Page, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Evening worship. 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wed., eve. 7:30 p.m. Church. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Rev. H. Van Duyn, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon Topic: "Prove God and Sin Not." 3 p.m., Evangelistic Service' Topic: '"Alive By The Word". USED CARS 1949 Plymouth Spl. Del. Club Coupe. R & H, visor, 1,800 actual miles. A new car at used price. 1946 Chevrolet Town Sedan, Heater. Excellent tires and motor. 1946 Plymouth Deluxe 4-dr. Sedan. Heater. Good rubber. Fully guaranteed. 1948 Chrysler New Yorker Club Coupe. Radio and Heater. Clean as new. Fully guaranteed. 1942 Plymouth 4-dr. Sedan. Transportation at a price you can afford. 1940 Chevrolet Town Sedan. Visor, heater, new covers. Don't miss this one. 1937 Plymouth replacement motor. 2 - 1938 Plymouths, both in good shape. See these and you'll buy one. 1939 Chrysler Royal 4-dr. Sedan Radio and heater, good tires. ALLEN MOTOR CO. Diagonal St. Phone 595 Miscellaneous MULLINSHYBRID SERVICE FOR Mullins Hybrid 6ecd Corn Fertilizer Field Seeds Agricultural Chemicals Spraying Equipment Custom Spraying Service DEALERS WANTED—Several Choice Areas Open! MULLINS HYBRID SERVICE COMPANY BRITT, IOWA 5-8 Wanted WANTED—RELIABLE PARTY to assume monthly payment of $30.00 on my new Spinet Piano. Write Mrs. Anna Dickson, 518 E. 5th, Spencer, la. 6* YOU MUST MAKE AT LEAST $125.00 per week or we can't keep you on the job we have to offer. This is a no limit job, most men average from $150.00 to $275.00 per week, and promo- j lions are available. Work consists of bringing prospects to Dis- :rict Man who closes all deals. Qualifications: must have car, be over 21, and free to travel north central Iowa. See Mr. Burke at he Iowa State Employment Service office, between 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. on Thursday, Feb. 16. 6* WANTED — MARRIED MAN, year round, separate house, lights and running water, going wages. Trenary Bros., Corwith. 5-6* WANTED—SOME REAL GOOD springing Holstein cows and heifers. Charles Quinn, Phone 5061, Bancroft, Iowa. 6-9 WANTED — NURSING BY DAY or night. Phone 403-J, Algona. ' 6* WANTED — ANY AMOUNT OF kittens Or full grown cats. Can also use some pups up to six months old. M. C. Humphrey, Phone 1158W, Algona. . 6* At a traffic Intersection, theway over all other vehicles, at all U. S. Mail truck has the right oftimes. Notice NOTICE — I AM THE NEW dealer in Algona for Stanley products. Mrs. Clara Pratt, 301 W. Nebraska. Phone 880, Algona.6-7* NOTICE — GOING OUT OF mattress business as soon as present supplies exhausted. Get your old mattress rebuilt now. Also new mattresses made. Same D uality work — same guarantee, tainbrbok Mattress Works, Ph. 3213, Whittemore. 6-7* TF IT'S NEWS WE WANT PTI WANTED — OFFICE WORK- er, male. Qualifications: 4 years experience or 4 years col- ege, or combination of both. Not over 45. Varied office duties above clerical nature. Pay $200 month to start. Address Box 69, c/o Algona Upper Des Moines.6* see these fine used cars at WWW $ 1 OFF! $1.00 off on overshoes doriftg dollar days— this means a great saving to you, because this stock is all new/ a name brand—and guaranteed • stadium boots • overshoes • grenadier boots Rubber Footwear—all colors, red, brown, white, black and plaid—all styles, all sizes, all heel-heights . . . reduced $1.00 per pair during dollar days. Goodyear Glove Guaranteed BROWNkili SHOE STORE ALGONA, IOWA FRIGIDAIRE FOR '50 at CRILLY APPLIANCES Your Frigidaire Headquarters Electric Ran ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL Rev. Paul J. Davis, Pastor Church School. Saturday 1:30 Morning Prayer and Instruction, Sunday, 11 a.m. Attend the Church Of Your Faith Next Sunday This Church Calendar Published Weekly in This Newspaper Through The Courtesy of JOSEPH WEIDENHOFF, Inc. &AHTOVSH ALL THIS FOR ONLY $169.75 A completely new Idea and an* ether Frigidaire first I A trigger, more usable thrifty oven—In a range that takes Vi hu kitchen space I Breath-taking styling by Raymond loewyl Feature after feature of costliest range models, Including Frigidaire'* new, more efficient Radlantube Surface Units! ALL at a sensational low prlcel Come in—see this startling new-comer among electric ranges I • Ifs compact! • Ifs thriftyl • If s hlgh-speedl You Can't Match a Eioctric Rojigol To Prove You Can't Match a FRIGIDAIRE Master Model for 1950 Wherever you live—whatever the size of your family, kitchen pr budget—be sure to see the new Frigidaire Refrigerators for 1950. See the complete line of sizes from 4 to 17 cu. ft. —*ee all the reasons why your ; No. 1 choke is America's No. 1 Refrigerator, FRIGIDAIRE I NIW floId-ond-whH. "target 1 ! latch and trim I ! NIW Super-Storage design i with full-length deer en larger ImedeU Com* Inl Got tho facts about all tho now Frialdalro moaolt for 19901 NIW improved Meter-Miser '. NIW shelves are all-alumti! num and rust-proof ( NIW split shelf allows room 1 for targe, bulky Hems NIW swing-down shelf tori butter, cheese, small Hems NIW all-porcelain Twin Hy-1 dratot* that stack up i NIW all-porcelain Meat! Storage Tray CRILLY APPLIANCES Phone 399 'We Sell The Best, an d Service The Rest' Algona, Iowa

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