The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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VERY DAY 4S i iARGAIN DAY JOB•RADIO•CLOTHE c MONEY HOME•CA FURNITURE • JEWEIRY] CLASSIFIED AD RATES Minimum charge: 35c, 10 words or less, cash in advance. Each additional word, 3c, cash in advance. When charged, Sc per word. Blind ads 2Sc extra. Mail or bring ads to THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, Algona, Iowa. For Sale FOR SALE — HOME GROWN red flover seed, 900 red clover .. lies. Arnold Meino, Whittemore. 8-10* tfn FOR SALE — BALED PRAIRIE hay. Stored inside. George Wildin, Phono 16F24, Algona. 9-10 FOR SALE — BALED ALFALFA and clover mixed hay, any amount. George Schumacher, Irvington. 9-10* FOR SALE — GOOD USED coal and wood range, priced to sell. Kohlhaas Hdwe. 10 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1941 BUICK CON- vertible, radio, heater, new tires and top. Call 447-J. Gordon K. Schmidt, 313 S. Hall, Algona. 10 FOR SALE—1947 CHEV. TRUCK 13% ft. combination grain and slock rack, heater, radio, spare tire, motor excellent. $600. Ervin Gerber, 5 W., 3 S. of Algona. 10 6—Algona Upper DM Molnvt Tuesday, March 14, 1950 new). Write Box 142, Spencer, Iowa. 10* FOR SALE — GOOD USED Dexter washing machine, priced to sell. Kohlhaas Hdwe. 10 FOR SALE — BLUE DAVEN- port and chair. Call 1147-J after 6 p. m., 718 S. Hailan. 10 FOR SALE—BED DAVENPORT. 316 N. Colby. Watts. 10* FOR SALE — GOOD USED Philgas range, priced to sell. Kohlhaas Hdwe. 10 Homes For Sale FOR SALE — SEVEN ROOM modern house in Birrt, two lots and garage. Hiram Ackerman, Burt. 10* WANTED — MAN FOR RAW- leigh business in Algona southeast Kossuth or southwes' Hancock county. Permanent i) you are a hustler. For particular! write Rawleigh's, Dept. 1AC-51- 103Z, Freeport, 111. 10' WANTED — MARRIED MAN for farm work, 3 room house, elec. lights and running water, dairy and general farming. Mrs Rose Hefti, Renwick, la. 10 WANTED—LADY FOR HOUSE- keeping in modern farm home. Mrs. L. B. Wyatt, Algona, phone 6-93, Burt. ' 10-11* FOR SALE—SIX ROOM HOME, one bedroom and bath downstairs, insulated, automatic washing macliine and oil heating stove included. Owner bound to sell. $5,000. See Joel M. Herbst. 10 Farms For Sale FARM FOR SALE — 210 ACRE stock farm near Algona, modern house. $200. Paul M. Seeley, c/o Bradley Bros. 10* FOR SALE — 1948 PLYMOUTH deluxe convertible, radio and heater, top condition. Gene Zender. 10 FOR SALE OR TRADE — 1948 Pontiac, 2-dr., Silverstreak, radio, heater, visor, spotlight, air- ride white wall tires. Phone 571- LW. 209 E. Kennedy. Algona 10* Household Goods Good, Used Household Size STOKER For Sale „ P. H. IRONS Heating & Plumbing 812 East McGregor Phone 523W WE HAVE IN THIS VICINITY a Spinet piano that we will turn over to party of good credit who will assume monthly pav- ments of $22.45 (cost over $700 FARM FOR SALE — 240 ACRES on paving, near Whittemore, good buildings. $200. Paul M. Seeley, c/o Bradley Bros. 10 WANTED—PERSON TO WORK part time. Good wages. Sjogren Grocery. 10 HELP WANTED — RELIABLE and experienced single or married man" for farm work, 3 room upstairs apartment for married man. Ypar-round job for right party. George Seaberg, Wesley. lOtfn 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 mother, and for the many beautiful flowers and spiritual gifts. Aalderks family. 10 SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on 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 3*6% to members having loans through ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASS'N. E. H. Hutchins. Sec.- Treas., 110 S. Dodge St. 8-11* Wanted WANTED TO RENT — TWO room unfurnished apartment. Call 508-J after 6:00 p, m. Mrs. Glenn Hanna, Algona. 9 WANTED — CARPENTER OR carpenter's helpers. Victor J. Ostedgaard, Ringsted, Iowa. 9-10 CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to take this way of thanking all my friends and neighbors and Rev. Wesley Frank for all the beautiful cards and letters I received and acts of kindness shown my family this past month while I was in the hospital. Mrs. L. B. Wyatt. 10* Miscellaneous OFFICE SUPPLIES Victor Adding machine, used $50 Smith-Corona Sterling model portable typewriter, /used .$45 Royal, 11-inch carriage, conjplete- ly reconditioned $85 For the .best buys in office equiq- ment, new or used, try the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. NEW newspaper Building 5tfn FOR 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. ft FOR SALE FOR SALE — FIVE BROOD sows, all bred to farrow two weeks from today. G. E. Roch- leau, Algona. 10' FOR SALE — 15 BROOD SOWS to farrow last of March. Raymond Nelson, LuVerne, phone 2512, 6 mi. south, 4 east of Algona. 10* FOR SALE beans. $2.50 Phone 8-F24, Algona. — HAWKEYE bu. Hugh Black. 10* FOR SALE,— 5 T. GOOD AL- falfa hay. Lloyd Gerber, Algona. JO* FOR SALE — BALED CLOVER 75c, alfalfa 85c, feeding oats 65c. Phone 30-F21, C. L. McEnroe. 10-11* FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone tiock. la. u4atf Dating Stamps Years Up Through 1953 UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. Phone 1100 MR. FAHMER For Rent '/j 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. FOR RENT — BRICK WARE- house on highway 169, South Phillips St. 2700 sq. ft. Available April 1st. Duan'e E. Jensen. Phone 935 or 955, Algona. 9tfn For Sale FOR SALE — HAWKEYE SOY beans, Ames tested. R. L. Bernau, 4 mi. west, 4Ms south of Algona. 10-11* LET KOSSUTH MOTOR Take Out Those Fender Wrinkles and Dents You Have Got in Wrinter Driving! Expert Body Work There are THREE Expert, Trained Car Body Workmen at Kossuth Motor Co.-Who Can Turn Out Body Work That Looks Like NEW. Wrecks Rebuilt 'X', ?* Afler a wreck or an accident CALL US FIRST. In this way, we can low in your car and help you gel the right kind of settlement from the insurance company. We know cars and can lake the worst kind of wreck and rebuiic it so that it will look and run almost like a new one. EXPERT BODY AND PAINT WORK. LET US GIVE YOU A FREE ESTIMATE KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Across From Post Office Algona, Iowa 'all our agent nearest you for prompt removal of dead stock. Bancroft Phone 4431 Titonka 85 Burt 42 Lakota 2622 Lone Rock 72 Ringsted 200 Fenton — 121 Swea City 110 Seneca Store ESTHERVILLE RENDERING SERVICE Davis Packing Co. License 59 ADDING MACHINES R. C. Allen Smith-Corona Remington All models and prices UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. Phone 1100 FOR SALE — HAWKEYE SOY beans, grown from certified seed. Ames tested. T. Lagerstrom, Burt, phone 193. 10-11 FOR SALE — MINNEAPOLIS Model E corn sheller, mounted on 1940 Chevrolet truck, V-belt drive and separate UTA, Minneapolis power unit, good condition. John Buscher, phone 385-J, Al- LOCALS Mr. and MM. £d«rin Wiitopf have moved from the basement to the upper floor of the one story cottage they built on East Call street. Because of the housing shortage, they bUilt the basement and have lived there the past year or two till the house could be completed. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zender, gona. 10' FOR SALE — GOOD NATIVE ewes, lamb in March and April. A. F. Van Buren, % mile west of Algona on old 18. Phone 1-F4.10* Used Cars FOR SALE — 1938 FORD TU- dor, radio and heater, new tires, good points, motor A-l, excellent cndition. Bill Koppen, Wesley. 10 USED CARS 1949 Ford Custom Fordor with overdrive. 1948 Ford Super Deluxe Tudor 1947 Mercury Fordor 1946 Ford Deluxe Tudor 1942 Ford Super Deluxe Tudor .: 1941 Plymouth Two-door 1940 Ford Tudor USED TRUCKS Here's the Hottest Truck Buy in Town! 1941 CHEVROLET 1% T. 158 LWB with combination livestock and grainbox. Near new motor, new brakes, new radiator. Mechanically this one is tops. First $325.00 takes it. 1940 Ford IVa T. 158 LWB Chassis and Cab, in excellent shape. 1940 Ford F-4 One Ton 134 Inch Stake, extremely clean. 1946 Dodge 1% T. 158 LWB Chassis and Cab, tip-top condition. 1940 Ford 1% T. 134 Short WB, Chasis and Cab, new paint, will give steadfast service. KENT MOTOR CO. Algona, Iowa For Rent HOUSE FOR RENT — ON FARM 5 miles south on highway 109. Phone 28-F3, Algona. ' 10* SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT — :J20 N. Hall, phone 481-J, Mrs. Oliver Bakken, Algona. 10 Lost and Found LOST — LADY'S BOAS WRIST watch. Reward. Call 17-U7, Burt. 10* Martha Mitsven Of Bode Guest At Shower Honor LuVerne — A pre-nuptial shower was given in the St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode, honor- inn Miss Martha Mitsven of Bode, whose marriage to Gail Wolf of LuVrrne will take place Wednesday, March 15. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. William Woods, by Mrs. Blanche Christianson, Esther Christiansen, Mrs. Hanna Rongved, Mrs. Alfred Mit.sven, Mrs. Harvey Hagen, Irene Mits- ven, Darlene Mitsven, and Mrs. Jens Mitsven. There were 40 guests, and during the evening a short program was presented, including a reading by Mrs. Gildseth and several musical numbers. Each guests also wrote her favorite recipe for the bride-elect. Miss Mitsven received a variety of lovely and useful gifts. She was assisted in opening them by Mr. Wolf's sister, Mrs. Cliff Handall of Mason City. Other out-of- town guests included Mrs. Geo. Wolf of LuVerne and Mid. Leonard Olson and son Harold of Humboldt. At the conclusion of the evening's entertainment, refreshments were served. FOR SALE hay, third BALED cutting, ALFALFA stored side. Ross Calhoun. Phone 4-F11, Algona. 10' FOR SALE—MRS. ELLA LAIRD estate house, 703 E. Call St., modern (10) and garage, excellent location. For particulars write Theodore Aulmann, Administrator, c/o Eagle Iron Works, Des Moines, Iowa. 10-11 USED MACHINERY 'SPECIALS (1) Used John Deere G. P. Tractor (1) Used Allis-Chalmers WC Tractor with 1949 cultivator Used Spreaders Used Springtooth Harrow KOSSUTH CO. IMPL. STORE Courthouse Square , , Algona Wanted HELP WANTED—SINGLE MAN, experienced, for steady farm work. No milking. Good wages. Irvin Kramer, Bancroft. 10* peski, files, safes, etc. In the NEW newspaper building. Mrs. Frances Grantham. and Mrs. Mary Dudek of Belle Plaine, mother of the women, went to Ft. Dodge, Sunday, and made a brief call on Mrs. Andrew Johnson, former Algonian now living at Corydon, at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Johnson has had recent sur- jery and will be hospitalized several more days. Mrs. George Hobbs was a pa- ient at St. Ann hospital four days last week and was later tak- ?n to the University Hospital, Iowa City, for a further checkup. During her sojourn there and while the children have measles, Mrs. Kelsey Burtis, of Ft. Dodge, mnt of Mrs. Hobbs, is remaining here. William Chubb left this week 'or Minneapolis, Minn., to resume his work as salesman for a drug company. He has made an ex- ended visit with his mother, Mrs. Sthel Chubb, who recently returned from Santa Monica, where she had visited relatives. William's wife and children have been visiting her parents in Illinois and are joining him at Minneapolis as soon as the home they had rented is available. Harold Smith In at the University Hospital at Iowa City, where he had surgery recently for removal of goitre. His sister, Mrs. Frances Rutledge, and Mrs. Lloyd Steinman drove there to see him but were delayed because of the storm and stopped at Waterloo till the weather cleared. They planned to remain at Iowa City a few days. Harold and his mother, . Mrs. Anna Smith, moved from the farm to the Don Akre house which they purchased, taking possession a few months ago. " Mrs. Nettie Fisher is confined to bed with virus pneumonia. Her DANCE Saturday, Mar. 18 MOELLERS Accordion Band Adm. 75c tax incl. PALLADIUM WMt edge of city limiti on new paving between highways 18 and 106. daughter-in-law, Mrs. James Walker, remained with her a couple of days last week, while Mrs. Nora Garner, daughter ol Mrs. Fisher, accompanied the daughter, Mrs, Gordon Giddings of Burt, to Mason City for a checkup at the Park hospital. Mrs. Giddings, granddaughter of Mrs. Fisher, is now with her while Mrs. Garner is taking Mrs. Gidding's place at the cafe Mr. and Mrs. Giddings operate at Burt. Mrs. John Nordstrom and son. Clarence, of Portland. Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman of Algona visited a week With Mrs. Nordstrpm's daughter, J3r. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson and sons, at Nashville, Tenn., returning here Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Lowman and Mrs. Johnson are sisters, Mrs. Johnson being the former Agnes Nordstrom. Mrs. Chester Willey had a phone call recently from her mother, Mrs. Arne Helle of Lansing, telling of the accident which jefell Tommy, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Magnusson, grandson of Mrs. Helle, and neph- >w and god-child of Mr. and Mrs. Willey. He was crossing the street on his way to school and was hit iy a car. He suffered a slight concussion and a- broken leg. The child was rushed to • La Crosse, Wis., where he is making satisfactory recovery. Mrs. Magnusson is the former. Edith Boeder. The Roeder family formerly lived here. 95 At Fellowship Party In Burt Fellowship evening at the Burt Methodist church, March 2, was attended by 95, with the country folks entertaining the t6wn group. Group singing and a welcome by Rowena Ryefson followed the potluck supper. Frank Ryerson showed motion pictures, Mary Jean Andrews gave a reading, and Duane Habeger played several selections on a piano accordion. Hazel Teeter, Buela Davis, Hazel Larson, Watttalee Hawcott, Pearl Fischer and Frances Habeger had the talking parts for a one act play. Music was by the "Gloom Chasers". Guess Who? hahoWIK FUWKSt fW CALF-WEEN for a GOOD START Uofid fed tad MjOy dtoMcd. CAU.WON will «|T« jromr cahrci i «ood Mart toward e rftablc prodoon. Ecmtomieallr Priced, U-WnNiitha "BUDGET 1 food imoaf calf foodi. tad rtan of experience and mearch have and* it one of the Coeit Calf Suitrrt oo the aurkec todajr. GUARANTEED TO GIVE RESULTS $3.85 A Pan Algona Co-Op. 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