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VERY DAY-JS BARGAIN DAT Homes For Sale FOR SALE — HOUSE 23x26, TO be moved from farm. Completely modern. S. R. Parsons [Burtj la. 9^10* FOR SALE — GOOD MODERN I six room home, paved, posses- [sion soon, not far out at 505 S. I Dodge—$7,500. See Joel M. JHerbst. 9 OFFICE SUPPLIES — Largest •stock in Kossuth county. Algona |Upper Des Moines, in the NEW newspaper building, Algona, la., Guess Who? CLASSIFIED AD RATES Minimum charge: 3Sc, 10 words or less, cash in advance. Each additional word, 3c, cash in advance. When charged, 5c per word. Blind ads 2Sc extra. Mail of brinf ads to THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, Algona. Iowa. For Sale FOR SALE — LAftGE BALES A £ lo ,y er ' 75c ' second cutting. Alfalfa 85c, also feeding oats. Call 30F21, C. L. McEnroe, Algona. 8-9* **? [the first reader who phones 0 with the correct guess oh identity of above person, ir choice of free brake adjust- nt or free grease job will be urded at |R*C MOTORS' , Dodge & Nebraska Packard Dealers FOR SALE — HOME GROWN red clover seed. SOO red clover lies. Arnold Meine, Whittemore. 8-10* tfn FOR SALE — BALED PRAIRIE hay. Stored inside. George Wildin, Phone 16F24, Algona. 9-10* SPOTTED POLAND CrflNA 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 — PUREBRED Hampshire gilts to farrow in April and May. Lawrence Hansen, Wesley. 8-9* FOR SALE — 30 HEAD BRED ewes last part of April. Herb Weydert, Ph 1-F3, Algona. 9* FOR SALE — SET NEW FERj tilizer attachment for a 490 John Deere planter. Leonard Wood, 7 miles No. Wesley. 9* USED. CASE CORNPKCKER 1948 Model. Picked only 110 bushels. See it at SchultE Bros. Garage 9 FOR SALE — SPOTTED BROOD sows. Late March and April farrow. 3 mi. N., 1 W., 1 N. Fenton. Vammen & Bratrud. 9* Household Goods Good, Used Household Size STOKER For Sale P. R. IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 East McGregor Phone 523W USED APPLIANCES Washing Machines two Maytags, one Dexter and one Coronado. One oil burning heater Two coal-wood ranges see these Soon at CRILLY APPLIANCES 117 So. Hailan Phone 399 9 FOR SALE — HOUSEHOLD furnishings. Furniture including bed, davenport, secretary, glider, lawn swing, girl's bicycle, garden tools, etc. 316 N. Colby, Watts. 9* Farms For Sale FOR SALE — BALED ALFALFA and clover mixed hay, any amount. George Schumacher, Irv J ington. 9-10* FOR SALE — STACK OF threshed oats straw. Alfred. Jergensen, Algona. 9* FOR SALE—FIRST CUTTING alfalfa, mixed hay. Albert Deitering, Phone 5531, Bancroft. 9* FOR SALE — JERSEY COW, registered, T. B. and -Bangs tested. Approximately 400 Ibs. B; F. test. Make excellent family cow, $210. Walter Weisbrod, 4 N. 1% W, Algona. 9 FOR SALE — YORKSHIRE- Hamp cross gilts, March far- row. Walter Weisbrod, 4 N., 1% W, Algona. 9 FOR SALE—CREAM COLORED mare, wt. 1500 Ibs. Alfred Jergenson, Algona. 9* FOR SALE — ROAN TEAM. 6 and 8 years old, broke, Ello Rahn, 2 ml: 'west Lone Rock 9* FOR SALE — TWO GEESE AND one gander. 12x24 house. Mrs. Henry Dacken, 3 mi. West 1 South Burt. 9* SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates en tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, Phone 22, Algona. tfn FOR SALE — POSSESSION now—Near Algona—210 acres that .has been farmed by same family since 1856. Modern house, good buildings. $200 per acre. Pdul M. Seeley, c/o Bradley Bros., Algona. 9* E*ARM 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 3%% to members having loans through ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASS'N. E. H. Hutchins, Sec.- Treas., 110 S. Dodge St. P-ll* For Rent FOR RENT — OFFICE SPACE in the Peterson-Haggard Building./Phone 251. E. J. Hough at Hutchison & Hough, Algona.819* Vi STATE STREET ' BUSINESS FRONT For Rent Window display and one-half area up to 128 feet deep. Heated. All or past. Write Box 69. Algona. More For Your Money ROOM FOR RENT—SEPARATE entrance. Phone 1059-W, Algona. 9' RYA/V EQUIPMENT COMPANY BLAIR, NEBRASKA susands of Satisfied Users! Kelly Ryan "LANDLEVELER' Single Cut DfSC/fAMOW I Hydraulic angling, •iUchmtnt available (or »U until. 15'Single cut dlM 171.96 with A sturdy, rugged constructed, scientifically engineered single cut.div: that has been built to take abuse and give maximum performance under all existing conditions. It is designed to give maximum cutting without employing added weight on the unit. All sizes available—1 6" or 18" blades. F. O. R. BLA1K NEBRASKA Tandem DMHAAAOW IV 9" Tandem disc 227.86 Exhausting and Punishing Field Teits prove flexible design 100% effective. Compensators of "knee-action" t/pe produce a full-penetrating effect on each individual yuncj.fo. utmost efficiency in seed bed preparation Kigid -.onutc- tions have bee" eliminated to minimizo breakage over uny terrain. Ail sizes available <n 16'' or 18" blades. F. O S BLA!R, NEBRASKA NOW AVAILABLE AT Eovey Implement Co. me 90 Algona, Iowa FOR RENT — BRICK WARE- house on highway 169, South Phillips St. 2700 sq. ft. Available April 1st. Duane E. Jensen. Phone 035 or 955, Algona. 9tfn Wanted WANTED TO RENT — 2 OR c bedroom house. References if required. Phone 1066J, Algona.9 WANTED — MIDDLE AGED woman for light housekeeping and care of elderly invalid woman. Phone Fenton 92 or 95. Write WANTE"D — LADY TO CARE for four children in modern farm home. Have auto. Automatic washer. Inquire L. Wyatt. 5 miles No., 1 West of Algona. Phone 693, Burt. 8-9* WANTED — tOCAL WOMAN to do p'af t 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. Meeks, 217 19th St.. Sioux City; Iowa. 8-9 WANTED — CARPENTER OR carpenter's helpers, Victor J. Ostedgaard, Ringsted, Ibwa. 9-10 WANTED — TWO TRUNKS, Phone 1022-J, Algona. Mrs. Watts. 9* WANTED TO RENT — TWO room unfurnished apartment. Call 508-J after 6:00 p. m. Mrs. Glenn Hanna, Algona. 9 Used Cars USED CARS AND TRUCKS 1948 Studebaker Commander " C6nyertible. Radio, air conditioning, overdrive. 1941 Ford 2-door Equipped with radio and heat- SEE THESE BARGAIN BUYS 1938 Buick 2-door Radio, heater, new tires. 1938 Plymouth 4-door 1937 Pontiac 4-door 1935 Chev. 2-door Heater & radio. TRUCKS 1946 Ford 1% ton 1940 Chevrolet 1% ton Stock and grain box. A good buy. 1938 International % ton 1936 Ford % ton 1935 Ford,% ton SCHULTZ BROS. Studebaker Sales and Service Algona, Iowa 9 CHECK THESE USED CARS AND TRUCKS AND TAKE NOTE OF THE PRICES! 1947.Chrysler New Yorker 4-dr. Fully equipped, white sidewall tires, beautiful maroon finish - $1495 1947 Pontiac "8" Sedan Coupe Clean. Has heater, radio and spotlight 1250 1947 Pontiac "6"-convertible In first-class shape and really clean 1295 1949 Studebaker Champion Regal DeLuxe 4-dr. Radio, air conditioning, overdrive, and a brand new engine 1550 193B Dodge 4-door —. 275 1935 Poritlac -- - CHEAP USED TRUCKS 1935 Ford V-8 pickup. Good. 250. 1935 C<30 IHC 1% ton with flat 4>ed l-*r~**.**.^~*-- 175 1939 D-30 IHC 1% ton with box -. 375 1941 K-5 IHC !"• ton 400 ALCONA IMPLEMENT CO. International Harvester Parts Sales and Service Pontiac and Cadillac Dealer For This Area 9 USED FARM MACHINERY See These Items at Once at Kossuih County Implement ***** I—Used Gehl Roughage Mill 1—John Deere Horse Corn Planter with tractor hitch. 1—Used John Deere Spreider 1—Used John Deere G.P. Tractor KOSSUTH CO. IMPL. STORE On Courthouse Square S At ELVA and JESSIE'S- "Fleece Fantasy Look your gorgeous best in ibis 100% wool sofi fleece dream, Exquiiitely styled and luxuriously trimmed. Siies 9 to 17. Choice of colors in Gold, Grey, Lime, Kelly, Natural, PinJc and Red. JOB- RADIO -ClOTHl .MONEY • HOME.5.CA : rURNItUAE JEWtLR USED M-M SPREADER ON rubber. Completely overhauled. Hovey Implement Co. FOR SALE — 1941 FORD PICK up truck, $250 as is. Pratt Electric, Algona. • 9 Miscellaneous BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD. Jobbing territory open ih Algona area, Major Oil 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* SEEDS — CORN — HYBRID Certified. From reports, this number was one of the best in 1949. Flats $8 per bu. OATS — Clinton and Benton. Ames test 99%. N6 noxious weeds. HAWKEYE BEANS — Ames test 97% Phone 2982. SORLIEN SEED FARM, Bode, Iowa. _..9*-ll*eow START YOUR OWN BUSINESS on credit, in Algona, Southeast Kossuth or Southwest Hancock county. Always your own boss. Hundreds average $6,000 to $25,000 annual Sales year after year. We supply stocks, equipment on credit. 200 home necessities. Selling experience unnecessary to start. Wonderful opportunity to own pleasant, profitable business backed by world-wide industry. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. 1AC 51- UZ, Freeport, III. 9* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS^-WE WISH _ to express our sincere appreciation for the kind remembrances and thoughtful acts during the recent illness and passing of our husband a"nd father, and for the many beautiful flowers and spiritual gifts. — Mrs. Richard Garman and family. 9 CARD OF THANKS — I WANT to thank all my friends and relatives for the beautiful cards, flowers and other gifts sent to me .while I was in the hospital. —Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Fenton. 9 CARD OF THANKS — WITH deepest gratitude we extend our word of thanks to those who called during the last illness of our mother and the many acts of sympathy expressed by our thoughtful friends. Family of Mrs. Ida Brace. 9* CARD OF THANKS—WE WISH to express our thanks to the friends,, nVghboj-s and others who were so thoughtful at the time of our reren» bereavement caused by the death of our wife and mother. Jack Haverly and family. , , 9 CARD OF THANKS—WE WlSff to extend sincere thanks and appreciation for the manv spiritual bouquets, floral offerings, food and other acts of kindness extended to us from our many friends and relatives durine thi 1 recent death of our brother, George Foertsch. The Foert?'- 1 Family. 9* CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to express mv thanks ^nd no preciatipn to my friends and my neighbors for the flowers, cards and visits, and manv thank- to the sisters, nurses and nurses aids for their good and kindly fare I received during my stay at the St. Ann Hospital. George L Lee. 9* Hospital Aiix. Meeting Tlie Hospital Auxiliary will meet Monday, March 13, at 8 p.m at St. Ann hospital. WEATHER March ripped in like a lion. L''i! had quietly subsided this week into a meek lamb, as indicated by the weather statistics. Feb. 23 39 28 "••rrh » .. . 27 6 March 2 16 —5 March 3 32 12 March 4 48 20 March 5 49 35 March 6 50 32 License To Wed Only one couple applied for marriage license last weeft. They were Donald Wayne Kruger, Burt, 21, and Gwen Marlys Mann, Burt, 18. Potato Growers Vote Marketing Quotas Here Northern Iowa potato growers voted 2 to 1 in favor of cooperating with marketing agreements at a meeting held yesterday (Monday) in the V. F. W. hall here. Growers asked to be included in the North Central Potato committee, which includes Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin / and North Dakota besides Iowa. Orville Thorson and Lawrence Hanson, both of Swea City, and Hay McWhorter, Hurt, represented Kossuth county potato producers at the meeting. Marketing agreements will later have to voted on by the North Central group as a whole, and requires 67% agreement by producers and 50% by potato handlers. Iowa potato producers are at a further disadvantage, he said, because they produce cobblers, which have low eye appeal, but high food value. Price support gives the advantage to the attractive looking potato. Committeemen appointed to prepare evidence to back the Iowa request for admission to the committee are E. A. Hanson, Sioux Rapids; Leslie Hirt, Fairmont, Minn.; Gene Horswell, Blairsburg: C. T. McLaughlin, Britt; Jack Kennedy, Clear Lake; Elmer Haas, Forest City; Orville Thoreson, Swea City; and Petei Engstler, Garner. TYPEWRITERS, portable 01 standard size, tor immediate sale. Algona Upper Des Moines Sanitation Chief To Talk Sewage Mayor B. P. Richardson said Munuay that E. J. Hansen, chief of the division of sanitary engineering of the State Department of Health, would come to Algona, either March 16 or 23, to meet with the Alguna city council for a discussion of the problem of sewage disposal. Mayor Richardson added that if enough interest develops he would be glad to throw the meeting open to everyone, or transfer it to larger quarters. McCullough New C-C President Robert W. McCullouah was elected president of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, at a meeting of the old and new directors of the organization, held Tuesday morn- furray Mowers was named vice president. McCullough succeeds BUI Sharp, and Mowers succeeds . new directors are Frank MouUon, Jack Chrischilles. Bar Finn and Eugene Mur- iagh. BUILD YOUR SAVINGS .... at this convenient location Each week, or month, a great many local families visit our conveniently-located headquarters — to save part of their incomes. Savings insured to $5,000. Any amount opens an account. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS It LOAN Earnings . paid each 6 months Algona, Iowa Duplex Bargain TO BUY AND MOVE Complete duplex at 108 S. Hall, across street west of Botsford Lbr., two apartments, each with own kitchens .baths .etc., electric water heater, must be sold to be moved off lot. Buyer moves it. Priced to sell at $2,000. See JOEL M. HERBST they're specially made for active women/ THIGH-MOLD StoMngs t ,MOJUD Bend, stretch, or sfoop all you like, without disaster — if you're wearing Thigh- Molds! Mojud styled these beautiful stockings for a busy, active, long life. Four patented strips absorb the strain. These strips do other things, too — hold garters firm, prevent runs, keep seams straight. See them, in lovely Fashion Harmony Colors. /•" •• </.« ELITE S HOP Tuesday, March 7, 1950 Afgona Upper Des Moines—7 TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. Keep Your Eye on Our North Lot For The Buys! NEW CASE TRACTOR TRADE-INS (These tractors were all just recently taken in when New Case Tractors were purchased. They are all ready to go —and everyone a real buy) 1—1947 Case VAC with cultivator 1—1938 John Deere B, standard 4-wheel 1—1938 Case CC with power lift 1—1947 Massey-Hdrris with cultivator 1-1938 F-14 with cultivator 1-1936 WC Allis-Chalmers with new cultivator All Tractors Are in A-l Shape USED PLOWS 1-2-14 Oliver TNT Plow, 3 years old 1-2-16 Case, Apl t 1—2-14 John Deere 1-2-14 Oliver 1-4-14 Oliver We now have new CASE 15 Ft. Discs, New Tractor Planters, New Field Cultivators. See these quality machines before you buy. OTHER USED ITEMS 1-Used 1945 CASE Baler, A-l shape Used Spring tooth Harrows (Also New Kovar, Case and Galloway Springtooth Harrows) 1—1947 IHC Combine No. 62 with motir 1—1941 CASE A6 Combine with motor 1—IHC Combine No. 61 with power take-off 1—1939 Minneapolis-Moline 8 Ft. Combine $450 See Our Listing Of Good Used Manure Spreaders Many Farmers Are Now in Buying WEED SPRAYERS. See the New Polaris and Comfort Sprayer and Compare with the Rest. Spring Work Ahead! OUR SHOP Is Now Handling REPAIRS Let Taylor's Do Your Work NOW- Ahead of the RUSH. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. Case Farm Machinery—Hudson Motor Cars SOUTH PHILLIPS ST.-ALGONA

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