The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1950 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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VLRY DAY-4$ lARGAIN DAIf JOB - RADIO • ClOIHI! MOMiY - HOMI • CA CLASSIFIED AD HAtES Minimum charge: 35c, 10 wordi o* jess, cash in advance. Each additional word, 3c. cash in advance. When charged, Sc per word. Blind adt 25c extra. Mail or bring ad* to THE ALOONA UPPER DES MOINES, Algona, Iowa. Tuesdoy, February 28, 1950 Algona Upper DBS Moines-5 For Sale FOR SALE — SECOND CUT- ting alfalfa hay. Never had rain. Harry Haase, Phone 21F4, Fenton, Iowa. 8* FOR SALE — BALED ALFALFA hay. William Loss. Phone 17- F21, Algona. 8* FOR -SALE — RED CLOVER, timothy and oat hay. Ralph Thompson, Phone 1005, Lone Rock. 8* FOR SALE — LARGE BALES clover, .75c, second cutting. Alfalfa, 85c, also feeding oats. Call 30F21, C. L. McEnroe, Algona. 8-9* FOR SALE — HOME GROWN red clover seed, 900 red clover bales. Arnold Meine, Whittemore. 8-ID* tfn FOR SALE — BALED PRAIRIE hay. Stored inside. George Wildin, Phone 16F24, Algona. 7-8* FOR SALE — HAWKEYE SOY beans. Grown from certified seed. Germination 95% or better. Maynard Wiegand, Phone 6188, Hurt, Iowa. 7-8» FOR SALE — WE HAVE IN this vicinity a Spinet piano that we will turn over to party of good credit who will assume monthly payments of $22.45 (Cost over $700 new). Write Box 142, Spencer, Iowa. 8* ORDER SWEA CITY CHICKS now. Ames In-Cross 301 Hybrids. Standard matings and crosses. Also ducklings. See our representative or send 'direct Swea City Hatchery, Swea City, Iowa. 28w49eow SPOTTED POLAND CHINA gilt sale — 40 registered gilts bred to three outstanding boars for March and April farrow, will sell Friday afternoon, March 10th, at , Spencer Iowa Fairgrounds. For catalog write Karl E. Carlson, Lakefield, Minn. 8-9* FOR SALE — TWO BROWN Swiss cows, freshen in 4 weeks, extra good. Clyde Priebe, Algona. 8* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Hampshire gilts to farrow in April and May. Lawrence Hansen, Wesley. 8-9* FOR SALE—SPOTTED POLAND brood sows, one dollar per hundred over top market price. At home evenings after 4 p. m. 1 mile north, 1% east Irvington. Phone Algona 27F2, Lorin Larson. ••. 8' FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE brood sow, to farrow third week in April. Kenneth Roethler, ZVi miles South Hobarton. Phone 7F12, Algona. 8 FOR SALE — WHITING, 10-LB. box, $1.69; Herring, 5 Ib. box, 98c; beef quarters, lowest price. Apples, delicious or winesap, $2.98. Potatoes, 100 Ibs., $2.98. Consumers Super Market, Algona. 8* Household Goods Good, Used Household Size STOKER For Snle P. R. IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 East McGregor Phone 523W FOR SALE — $715.00 NEW SPI- net piano in this vicinity. Been rented only 3 months. Substantial saving. Write Critchett Piano Company, Des Moines. 8 FOR SALE — APARTMENT size piano, electric mixer and bottle gas stove. A. J. Dittmer, Burt. 8* FOR SALE — SPINET PIANO, like new. Write for details. Box 142, Spencer, Iowa. 8 Homes For Sale FOR SALE 1 SET BREECHING harness. hand-made, extra, good. Walter Barr, Algona. 8* USED CAR BUYS 1948 PACKARD-4-Dr. radio, visor, fresh air heater, defrosters—just like a new one. 1946 MERCURY-convertible. Fully equipped. Plastic top—very good condition. 1940 FORD TUDOR. Clean-a good buy. 1947 STUDEBAKER-1-TON PICKUP-Very Clean. R & C MOTOR CO. lowest prices in many years during Cownie's SPRING SELLING you can't afford N s to miss this value packed special showing of Cownie true-valuejura ONE DAY ONLY Thursday March 2 convenient term* T|;S ^. ns ^.^ t w . de ulKaou Muilial, i ol I--. st»le« and piice». $129 inc. fed. ta» '$298 Lo-JaBuaif POSM lUttinj «t T "* FOR SALE — FIVE ROOM home, electricity, running water, full lot. Pauline Rosenstiel, East Elm St., Algona. 8* FOR SALE — SIX ROOM house at 109 E. Grove, kitchen and bath new in last few years, insulated, not far out. $5,000. See Joel M. Herbst, Algona. 8 FOR SALE — BRAND NEW modern home, oil heat, insulated, bound to sell. See Joel M. Herbst. 8 FOR SALE — EIGHT ROOM house on North Minnesota St., all modern, with or without furniture, newly decorated inside and out. Double garage. Phone 868-J or 289. Algona. 8 FOR SALE — 12x20 TWO ROOM house in Whittemore. Built-in cupboards, water, wired for electricity. E. A. Heidenwith, Phone 2942. Whittemore. 8* FOR SALE — HOUSE 23x26, TO be moved from lot. Completely modern. S. R. Parsons, Burt, la. 7-8* Farms For Sale 1 HAVE TWO FARMS I CAN give possession of • yet this spring. One is 125 acres; elee., % mile from Stacyville, low taxes, new barn with room for 14 cows and young stock, drinking cups, new cement stave silo, nice 8- room house, 2 wells, hog house, machine shed, crib, poultry house. This farm has 45 acres of permanent pasture but the 80 acres of tillable land and the buildings are worth the $16,000 asked for it. 226 Acres, Electricity, new, silo, new hog house, good insulated house, barn with 16 steel stanchions . and room for young stock, good poultry house. 2 cribs, granary, machine shed, 160 acres tillable, balance permanent pasture. $85.00 if taken soon. Call me collect for appointment. Irvin J. OJsen, Realtor, Osage. 8* SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates en tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, Phone 22, Algona. tfn FARM OWNERS AND BUYERS finance your farm purchase, improvements, and other farm needs with a FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN, adapted to your needs. Dividends paid the past year had effect of reducing interest to less than 3M>% to members having loans through ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASS'N. E. H. Hutchins, Sec.- Treas., 110 S. Dodge St. 8-11* For Rent FOR RENT — LARGE BED- room. Call 1120. Algona. 8 FOR RENT — OFFICE SPACE in the Peterson-Haggard Building. Phone 251. E. J. Hough at Hutchison & Hough, Algona.819* «/2 STATE STREET BUSINESS FRONT For Rent Window display and one-half area up to 128 feet deep. Heated. All or part. Write Box 69, Algona. More For Your Money Wanted WANTED TO BORROW— $4,500 from private party at 7% for two years. Good mortgage. Address Box 69-A, c/o Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. p-8* WANTED — SINGLE MAN FOR farm work, full time. Julius Baas, Phone 4 F21, Algona. 8* WANTED TO RENT — 2 OR 3 bedroom house. References if required. Phone 106ti, Algona. Si* WANTED — LADY TO CARE for four children in modern farm hojne. Have auto. Automatic washer. Inquire L. Wyatt. 5 miles No,, 1 West of Algona. Phone 693. Burt. ' S-9" WANTED — MIDDLE AGED woman for lithl housekeeping and care of elderly invalid woman. Phone Fenton 92 or 95. Write Mrs. William Fischer. Fenton.B-9 WANTED — LOCAL WOMAN to do part time telephone work at home. No selling, but do prefer lady who is well acquainted in this area. Write giving phone number to Glenn M. Weeks, 217 19th. St., Sioux City, Iowa. 8-'J Used Cars FARM MACHINERY New Equipment John Deere Grain Drills John Deere Field Cultivators John Deere Drag Harrows Johh Deere Fertilizer Spreaders John Deere Manure Spreaders 16 ft. Brillion Landrofiers Used Equipment John Deere Spreaaer IHC Spreader IHC Hay Loader Gehl Feed Mill John Deere GP Tractor on rubber KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT STORE 8 FOR SALE — 1947 CHEVROLET Aero Sedan, radio and heater. Arnold Danielson, Algona, Phone 5-F72. 8* FOR SALE — F-20 TRACTOR, late model power lift, 238 cultivator, Glenn Zwiefel, 7 miles north Wesley. 8" FOR SALE — 1933 CHEVRO- let 1% ton truck, with grain box. Willard Appelt, Phone 2F2, Sv/ea City, Iowa. 7-8* Miscellaneous BAKE SALE — DAU GARAGE, Algona, Saturday,. March 4th, starting at 9 o'clock. Trinity Lutheran Walther League. 8* SERVICE FOR Mullins Hybrid fieed Corn Fertilizer Field Seeds Agricultural Chemicals Spraying Equipment Custom Spraying Service PEALERS WANTED—Several Choice Areas' Open! MULLINS HYBRID SERVICE COMPANY BRITT, IOWA 5-8 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD. Jobbing territory open in Algona area, Major Qjl Co. Products. Investment in equipment and stock required. Good chance to own and operate own business. Reply Box No. 69, Algona Upper Des Moines. 8-9* MR. FARMER Call our agent nearest you for prompt removal of dead stock. Bancroft Phone 4431 Titonka 85 Burt 42 Lakota - _ 2622 Lone Rock 72 Riugsted 200 Fenton' 121 Swea City . 110 , Seneca Store ESTHERVILLE RENDERING SERVICE Davis Packing Co. License 59 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — WITH deepest gratitude we extend this word of thanks for the many floral offerings and kind acts of sympathy expressed by thoughtful friends during our bereavement. M. E. Polhemus family. 8* CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to thank all my friends for their thoughtfulness in sending cards, flowers and gifts during my stay in the St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Henry Scheppmann. 8* CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to express my sincere thanks for the cards and letters I received while I was in the hospital. Mrs. Wm. Schrader. 8 CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to express my sincere thank; to all my friends and relatives for the letters, beautiful cards, gifts and flowers I received while I was in the hospital. Mrs. W. R. R. O'Donnell. 8* 'Carrol" Three-quarfer ^ profile, dramatized with splashing grotgrain side bow $4.50 ELITE SHOP CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to express my sincere thanks to all my friends and relatives for the letters and the beautiful cards I received while* I Was in the Iowa City hospital, and I also want to thank all who remembered me in their prayers. Mrs. W. F. Sengbusch. 8* CARp OF THANKS — I WISH to thank the many friends for their kindnesses, cards arid flow- firs while I was in the hospital recently. Mrs. Will Turner. 8* Little Action In Local Courts In Justice Johnston's court, Steve Loss paid $5 for a stop sign violation; Robert J. Rundle, Fairbank, was fined $5 for a stop sign violation, Gus Boyson, Clinton, was ordered to leave town after being picked up as a vagrant: Verna Marlow, Lone Rock paid $5 for a stop sign violation. • Six cases were tried in Mayor's court. Michael Pfeffer, Algona, fined $75 for disturbing the peace and another $25 for intoxication; Joe Duboski, Algona, paid $5 for intoxication; Eugene L. Colwell, St. Benedict, paid $5 for exceeding the speed limit. Raymond Johnson, Algona, paid $5 for failing to have an operator's license; Robert R. Sammons, Sioux City, paid $5 for exceeding the speed limit. Simon Ellifrifz Of LuVerne Is Buried Feb. 25 LuVerne — Simon Ellifritz, age 79, of LuVerne, passed away Wednesday, 1:30 p. m., Feb. 22, at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr. Ellifritz fell on the ice by his rooming house in Lu Verne early in January, suffering a fractured hap and had been hospitalized since that time. Funeral services were set for Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, in the LuVerne Methodist church, with Rev. Robert Phillips, pastor, officiating. The McCullough funeral home of Algona was in charge of arrangements, with burial in the LuVerne cemetery. Surviving Mr. Ellifritz are two sons, Bonnie Ellifritz, LuVerne, and Lambert Ellifritz, Alton, 111., and one daughter, Mrs. Russell Herron of Gillespie, 111. Pattersons End 15 State Tour Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson returned Thursday from a 5,000 mile trip which took them through 16 states. They were gone five weeks and started the vacation with a visit at Woodriver, 111., with their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Patterson. Russell is chemist for the Shell Oil Co., there. At Atlanta. Ga., they visited their son-in-law and daughter. Mr - ily, and Mrs. Thomas Bowles, mond, Va. Other stops were made are located there temporar- at Warm Springs, Ga., and at St. their home being at Rich-1 Petersburg, Fla. For Window Glamor this Spring, Get Flexible Steel VENETIAN BUNDS Our Lowest Price in Years! 2 99 OUR REG. SUN MASTER BRAND ALL SIZES: 23 to 36 Inches Wide All 64 Inches Long Acme Galvanized and Bonderized Rust-proof Steel Slats > Rustproof Hardware Attractive Facia Board i Self-leveling strong cotton pull cords Decorative plastic knobs. • Flexible washable Acme galvanised and bonderised steel slats. Rustproof, too. • Non-chip, non-crack baked-on ivory eaamel • Buy them for every window in your home at this sale price. CUSTOM MADE VENETIAN BLINPS. To match above blinds. Any desired size. Bring your window 40 A SQ. measurements with you. WvU FT. Kwikpleat PLASTIC DRAPES Easy to hang! Automatically Pinches pleptsl No special rod required. 1 49 Rich beauty to the eye -. . . satin smooth to the touch. Clamorous decorator patterns you'd ex- pact only in heavy textured fabrics. Drapes perfectly without creasing. Fade resistant, tear resistant. Non-inflammable. Stain and spot resistant. Wipes clean with damp cloth. Beautiful FLOCKED PANELS Durable) Tub-fasti Non-shrinkable! Dirt resistant! Laboratory tested to assure you excellent wearing quality. Fine quality ray- Da «ajquis.eiie. Sizes 43" x 81". 1 49 DOLLAR-WISE? THEN J'S MAYTAG FOR YOU I THE MAYTAG CHIEFTAIN, America's finest low-priced washer: Easy terms. Liberal trade- in. Come in today. $124.95 Chilly Appliance Store 117 S. Harlan Phone 399 Men's White "T" SHIRTS Knitted of Soft combed cotton yarns. . Regularly 59c 44* You'll want several of these at this price. Full cut for comfort. Sizes small, medium and large. White only. Men's Heavy CHORE GLOVES The man's UT- oritel Heavy weight golden fleece chore gloves. Knit wristlet* for snug, comfortable tit. Serviceable thru- out. An S & L. special at TEEN AGERS! The New Teena Paige Dresses are here Just as advertised in "Seventeen." RIGHT: LACE PRINCESS. Charming and delicate val lace embroidery a/cross the bodice and full gathered skirt. In linen weave rayon that's unconditionally washable. Blue, (naize, pink, aqua. n ne Sizes 7 to 15 Oi9W SOUTHERN CHARMER. Cool, crisp, picolay daintily scalloped with fresh chambray on the bodice and huge patch pockets. Washable and sanforized. Green, blue brown, or pink .with Q AC white. Sizes 7 to 15 OiVV We have 11 Teena Paige Styles Priced from H.95 to 10.35

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