The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 5
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I Jf t ^jfr «l ^ ^ a s si f i e d ,*,, CLASSIFIED ftA.fES—6M JhUtfB'itt ftnimiim eharge/Sfle, 15 Wdrdli 6* tesi, *a6h fa ' Each addiiiaHal w6td, 4 eerils, cash !tt advafieej witeia sedi 6& jse* w6rd, Blind .ads 2Se estlfan ' - > ^ Each classified ad will tun o«d$ i« Belh *H6 Tuesday ThUKSday papct, for only oftt* charge, , ' ' „ For Sale -. FOR' SALE—RABBITS. , CALL '' 3 at 115 W, Nebraska St. • Ul7a ifr,CORN-FOR SALE—W, G,'AN» y,- 4 drews, phone. 2302j Morton, u,'Mlnn. u!7a* FOR SALE—200 ACRES, 5 MIL- es rtorth of Algona, good bldgs., aboUt 30 A, permanent pasture. Lease to be assigned. Price $165 A,- M. J. Wolfe, Bancroft. ul7a* '' FM SALE — GIRL'S SHOE , skates, size 7. like new. Mrs. ' W. S .H. Riedel, -Hurt. u!7a* FOR SALE—2tf',HEAVY BONED, 300 Ib. spotted boars, 3 miles north, 1 west, 1 north of Fenton. Ringstcd phone. Bratrud & Vam- ',hien. > - u!7a* 'FOR SALE — DUROC AND • Chester White tried 'boars. K. L.' Kohlhaas, Livermbrc, phone •2568. u!7a* >FOR SALE—16 FT. TRAILER ' house, equipped. Phone 24, , Burt, la. Raymond Hoppus. L v - u!7a* FOR SALE — OFFICE TYPE- writei'. Remington, In A-l condition. Phone 724-W. u!7all FOR'SALS—U. S. 3846 EARLY , oats. Mike Elbert, 6 miles east of Algona on No 18, phone J-F3. ' a!6-19u* .^ FOR SALE—PUREBRED Po..?"" land China boars. Record of ? production , herd. New blood,' '- lines. Aaron' Steussy, LUVerne. a!2-18u* **• SHIFT'S ICE CREAM , 1 ., Pinis 2Sc, Malted Milks, 2Sc : ;J : ^BARRY'S RECREATION ' ,, . 31tf FOB SALE EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown M." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. . 20(3)47tf -FOR SALE—DUROC FALL and 5^. spring boars." Polled and horned-Hereford bulls, females, any age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la.- , A10U19U r , CASE BEER — POP We Deliver • BAHRY'S—Ph. 343 tf31 ,'OR SALE—PUREBRED BLACK ', ?, Poland China boars. We invite your inspection. John Bockes, , LuVerns, In. A-13-18U* '' tered^ spotted f -Poland China 1 boars. The low down blocky type , with big- thick hams. Bert S. '"; Geerdes-& Son, 3M:'miles south, ;,^ 1,% east of Lakota. u!2-lVa29 .' ",FOR SALE - -f^ HAMPSHIRE ; Vf spring boars. New blood for *•'< old customers; also Hereford bull^serviiaable age. Joseph A. . Skow,' Wesley. a!7-19u* FOR SALE—CHOICE SMOOTH Hampshires. 4 tried sdws, 8 gilts, bred to farrow'late March. 'Price $2 over marker/' W> P, Weisbrod, 4 miles n'drtH, 2 West of Algona. ,' ' > U1A28 <ALGONA * HOME", FC-R,. SALE—, Located 112-N,»> Slawfofd St. Five-fooht house, modern*. 2 bedrooms, long living 1 i^Som, full basement. Priced for quick sale. Possesion 30 days - frdm date of sale, Call or write •fia'rl Gar-' outte, Audubon, Iowa.-V al7u38tf Household Goods FOR SALE—GOOD 5 Ft. ELEC. trie refrigerator. '219, W, State St. •' i , . U 17a* ALMOST NEW MONICA ELEC- tfic range; one walnut chest of drawers; 1 walnut dressing table; 1 bed to match with ihnerspring ninttress; ,1 kitchen 'table with chairs; goose feathers] for 3 pillows; 3 all wool 'quilt bats tied in cheese cloth. To be sold Jan. 2 and 3. Mrs. Arthur JTalk, 921 So. Minn. / u!7a50 FOR SALE—HOT "POINT" ELEC- tric range. Glen Householder, Lone Rock. , , , U1A* Used Cars V-S instaftett last May^ full ifr new fbbHeiS 1 '' Stewiart-wai^eY' '| heater. Priced right. 1941-MERCURY I-DOOR S DAN, complete Hew riidtbr", cdftt* blete s^lneW rubber*, ^^ . T SCMULT2 Bfloi I ALG6NA Lost & Found LOSf plement. LICENSE P"LA?fi NO. Contdct Algofla Im- UlA* FOUND — COCKER SPANlfiL. f Have Same by paying for thli Ad. HartWick Jensoh, We^l Send, towa, , U1A* Wanted WE ARE DRIVING TO CALIF- ornia in the near future and would like someone to go along to share in driving-and expense's. J. H. %anke, Burt. u!7a* WA~NT TO HAVE T large trees cut down—Will make make much lumber. Call 517 W. StateSt. ' , u!7a* WANTED--1942 FLEET LINE Chevrolet. Inquire at Algona Newspapers. ti!7a* SALESMEN WANTED—MO'OR- man Manufacturing Co. Needs two Salesmen to operate established routes in this vicinity. Adequate field Iraining plus free instruction at factory. Age 25 to 50. Must have car. For cbn» fidenlial appointment, phone 5051 at Britt or write Box 263, Britt, Iowa. u!7a* FOR SALE—1938 OLDSMOBILE Sedan, motor overhauled in August, good rubber.; Price $$650. Paul Lindholm. u!7a* FOR SALE—AND 'I DO (MEAN - for sale. 1936 4-doOr Plymouth sedan, good 'rubber/ scat- covers, heater. See at R & C Motor Co, This car is-priced to SELL. Don Engstrom. u!7a30 FOR SALE—1934 4-DOOR MAS- ler Sedan, radio and heater, good tires. 421 So. Minn. St. 'ul7a* FOR- SALE^940 PLYMOUTH, motor ju'st overhauled, new tires, new battery, actual 47,000 miles. Phone 3182, Whittemore. * u!7a* FOR SALE—1947 OLDSMOBILE, 4-door. Hoenk Motors. Ul7a7 FOR SALE—1934 PLYMOUTH, 2-door. Hoenk Motors. u!7a7 FOR SALE—1935 OLDSMOBILE, 2-door, Hoenk Motors. 'u!7a7 I MUST GET A MAN AT ONCE in this community to work with our District Manager. Must have car and be over 25 years of dge. This work is in line with the Greater. Food Production Program. Permanent work, good pay for man who has lived on farm. Wrile -Box 400, Algona, la. u!7a WANTED — EXPERIENCED meal' cutter. Apply manager Council Oak Store, U15-17A WANTED TO BUY—480 TO 640 a. farm. Must have natural drainage, not rough, no gulleys, all tillable. Paul Nilges, Allan- lie, la., Route 1. , a!7-18u20* HELP WANTED FEMALE—WE have openings in our light assembly department for girls between the ages of 18 and 40 as assemblers and solderers. Exper- ence not necessary—we will Irain you. Apply JOS. WEIDENHOFF, INC., Algona, Iowa. U1A37 FOR SALE — 1934, MASTER Chevrolet, - good ; motor, fair tires. Wayne Drone, 3 miles eastj«,%v-north"of >l ~Burl. a!7-18u* FOR x SALE—4942 CHEV. truck new rear tires, 750-20-10-ply, A-l condition, looks like new. Try it before you buy it, $950. Dick Loomis,- Ayrshire. a!7-18u* DUROC ' BRED GILTS. HIGH QUALITY, WEIGHT 400 LBS., PRICED TO MOVE. O. V. HAR LAN,- 5 MILES WEST ON H'y 18. , ' " " a!7-18u' i' FOR SALE — GOOD ,USED ^ ,. -washing machines to sell as is. '". 'KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLE- ^"MENT.STORE, Algona. U1A15 FOR SALE—GOOD CAR HEAT- .-er.'KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., Algona. U1A* :% •-I'iFOR SALE— GUERNSEY HEIF- '- er-'calf. W, J. Barr, Algona, [,""' " " » 'U1A* l-.^'-FOR SALE — 1000 BU. 36 LB/ „, ' feeding oats, Carol Hutchins, v Algona, UIA* I yFOR SALE—BALED ALFALFA vs., ur,,. fi rs t cutting. W. J.fBarr, UIA* .'.^FQRVS'ALE—2-WHEEL TRAIL';%A'-. er, , complete with stock rack. :V;HP" IHC burr mill, complete with Ivi 'tielt,' in good condition, John ' Cordes,' Lone Rock. UIA* FOil * SALE — DUTCH OVEN < *' rsnge, aljnost new. Clarence Seefeld, -Wesley. UIA* PORTABLE TYPEWRIT^ '^ers^jus^ 'received. First come— '; first served. Withtslrong case, . .popular post-war Remington, Al- ;g9na Newspapers. _ UIAg We BUY and SELL I USED CARS See Us To BuyOr Sell. KENT MOTOR CO. , ' 'I a'Sutf FOR SALE—1947 OLDSMOBILE iJ; d ?2 r; 1942 P1 ym9wth 4-door; 1947 Plymoulh 4-door. Hoenk Motors, Algona. <; U1A14 MALE HELP WANTED—SHEET metal operator capable of supervising entire department. Musi be able lo sel up and operate the following machines: Shears, punch presses, power brakes and spot welders. Wonderful opportunity for right party. JOS. WEIDENHOFF, INC.; Algona,: la. ' " " * * ' U1A40 MALE HELP WANTED — MA- chinisl, man capable of laking full charge of machine shop. Musi undersland Ihe pperalion of Turret Lalhes, Engine Lathes, Mills, Shapers, Drill Presses, etc. Wonderful opporlunily for righl man. Jos. Weidenhoff, Inc., Algona, la. U1A37 FOR SALE—1935 OLDSMOBILE 2-door; 1934 Plymoulh 2-door. Hoenk Molors, Algeria, U1A11 FOR SALE—1935'CHEVROLET, completely overhauled, winterized; 1947 Plymouth,; winterized in good condition; 1936 Ford excellent shape; 1935 Chevrolet, excellent shape. Humphrey Service, St., Benedict, phone 7-F3, UIA* FOR SALE—1937 FORD TUDOR, runs good, new paint, body is fair. Bob Angus, 2 miles north, 1 3-4 east of Lone Rock. U1A* FOR SALE—1938 CHEVROLET Master, DeLuxe, radio arid heater, good condition, -R: D. Struthers, Wesley, UIA* FOR SALE—1939* FORD S.'W. B.' truck, v good shape.- - Ray C, D>emmel, Burt, phone;7C. ' ' UlAlSlf SALESMAN WANTED — ,NA- lionally known manufaclurer of newesl lype farm products has a permanent, well paying opening in Ihis'and nearby terrilory for aggressive man wilh car to sell'to dealers and .farmers. Besl season jusl beginning. Give age and pasl experience. For full particulars write Sales- Mgr., P. O. Box 1476, Minnehaha Station, Minneapolis, Minn., i U1A54 HELP WANTED — WAITRESS wanted, Algona Holel. U1A6 WANTEP — WAITRESS.- GOOJD hours, good pay, ' no Sunday work. Grolle's Cafe. % , U1A11 FOR SALE — 1§41 MERQURY, new tires, new paint ;ob,' motor A-l condition, - Brockman Body Shop, Qorwith. ,U1A* FpR SALE %,R'ed., pMllet '60 HAMPSHIRE Jay Carlson, Wea* ' FOR SALE-1946 CHEVROLET truck, L, W, B.. and 8,?5x20 tireg, Kossuth Motor Co,. Algona. > -'' --;- l , . UIA* OH SALE-- BENTON OATS, ^;pdjen8>ertified"la?t year, $4,50, buf 1 lAJ^REG . yrsr oJd, deep , bodied ijned typej also 2 }ast •B,. Hampshire boars. S?e.W, E, Ley MQior Qo/lor BEST IN VSEP CARS 1^47 Chevrolet' Aprp-Seaan. , a few pirates, - » -t§ ' • 1947 Ford-Super. P'eluxe MALE HELP WANTED/— WE have openings in our'Machine Shop and Sheet Metal Department for men who are able ^p operate the following machines; Turret Lathes, Engine Lathes, Mills, Shapers, Drill Presses, Shears, Punch Presses, Power, Brakes and Spot Welders. JOS. WEIDENHOFF, INC., Algona, la. > , ' ' -U1A45 WANTED SOON-GOOD CLEAN Model A-Ford, '30 or '31; Coach or Sedan, motor and body must be good, 19"-,tires,preferred,'Call or see Fay L, Mann, Burt, phpne ' J i ' t ' ^66 8f 4 Wills ea§! 6f %. hof th 01-2A* on farm,'' Lone MAN . Chfistenddn, UlAtf Miscellaneous * t washiMg, palhting and aecbrat- g, Mav6-^6tir etefihltig danc ndW, a^did the Spdftg rush. E. M. ttfch6fda6H r phone ?ft5-W. UIA* GET THAT PAPEtt HANGING, painting,, wall washing done at the eld price. Stop in and look at my wall pa{Jer Sample book filled with the latest , patterns, price reasonable, or call Me and 1 will fetch it to yeli. Phone 751-J. West College and Srtilth St., No. 322. Ira Borirtette. UIA* FARM LOANS WITH ALL the features to suit your needs. Dividends being paid have the effect of making rates lowest ob- taihable. Na fees'. Federal Land Bank loans made through Al- gdria National Farm Loan Ass'n. E. H. Hutchins, Sec.-Treas., 110 S. Dodge St., Algona. a!7-20u* PLC-OR SANDING AND REFIN- ishingi Heavy commercial "qujpmeiit. Portable , powei plant Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. Algdna, phone 275. alutf SEE M in farms, lodns, drainage surveying ahd estimates on tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, phohe 22, Algona. ulatf COAti Complete stock on '• hand. 6eiii r S34 RaeSl/Lfah Cfi, Mel B. Griffin. Mgr. aButf SAVE UP TO 35% IN heat costs with Home Guard Insulation Weather Stripping, asphalt shingles. Free estimates for your home. Write or call Gamble's Store, Algona. Phone 28. A2U28tf INLAID LINOLEUM — LINO- wall tile laid ,by experts. Custom work. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Algona. 14(3)47 tl For All Types Concrete Work HfiADY-MIX CONCRETE Delivered to your job Phone 166 READY-MtX CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO, Algona. u4atf Cards of Thanks I WISH TO EXPRESS MY AP- preciation for the lovely cards and gifts received while in the hospital. Bonnie Wood. ul7a* elation to all 6f those Who' extended help and sympathy to us following the accident and death of our beloved father and grandfather. The Peter Holt family. Ul7a* I WISH TO EXPRESS MY Appreciation for all the cards, letters, gifts, and flowers sent me by my friends and neighbors during my illness. E. B. Thdmas, LuVerne. u!7a27 WE WISH TO THANK , ALL neighbors and friends, and especially the Farm Bureau ladies for their kind assistance during our recent bereavement. Mrs. Fannie Mann, Children and Grandchildren. ' u!7a28 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank neighbors and other friends for their flowers, memorial gifts, and other kindnesses at the time of the death of our father. A. J. Meyer and children. U1A* CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation to our many friends and relatives for their- kindness, and help, and spiritual offerings at the time of the death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Henry Thilges and family, St. Joe, Iowa. U1A38 WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR CARD DF THANKS sincere thanks and deep appre- I want to thank all my Mends, Tuesday, January 6, 1948' relatives', and classfhatet who wfofe me 1 .letters gild -cards' and sent me gifts and flowers'follow- ing my appendicitis operation. Barbara Ann Wildin. U1A38 Breaks Collarbone ,. Marilyn, IS-month-old datigh* ter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, fell from a kitchen chair a week a brace* couple of has Beeft but prlbr her parents ,tOf,thj sons fdf GKl'Is'"^ Robirisons afe Miller. Gillingham Electric , •"*•• ."<i? j s ALGONA, IOWA 1015 East Stale Sh Phdnei Used Appliances ^ ' Sunbeam and Proctor Appliances Electric Motors ~ All Sizes ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR . SERVICE NEW FA II 1 ENT NOW US€D Machinery I.H.C. 2-14 PI,OW ROCK ISLAND 2-16 PLOW TANK HEATERS BURR MILLS HAMMER/MILLS ' » PICK-UP ATTACHMENT FOR GLEANER COMBINE' i " / IHC 14 FT. DISC NEW J. D. DUMP RAKE \ NEW METHOD MANURE LOADER . 14 H.P. ELECTRIC MOTOR ,NO. 10 J. D. PICKER CMC MOTOR AND TRANSMISSION RECONDITIONED 1934 PLYMOUTH PICK-UP TRUCK -1935 CHEVROLET 1%' TON TRUCK WITH GRAIN BOX AND STOCK RACK GARDEN TRACTOR WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS IHC 6-FOOT HORSE MOWER LESS THAN YEAR OLD GOOD LATE MODEL RUBBER-TIRED AUTO STEER WAGON 4-WHEEL-TRAILER WITH. BOX, CHEAP i , IHC -F-30 TRACTOR, ON RUBBER This is a mighty good time io keep in Close touch with Bradley Bros. . . . because we are finding arrival of new farm "equipment merchandise just about a daily occurrence. Tractors, pickers, combines are just as short as ever, as you know, but in most other lines we are getting action.. Scan this ad carefully, you may find What you are looking for. And visit us when you are in town, we may have just got in what you want. THIS LIST OF NEW ITEMS FOR WHAT YOU NEED— Small Size Cylinder Corn Sheliers Delayed Milkers and Separators Gehl Blower for 40 ft. Silo V2 H. P., three-Fourths & 2 H/P.;ElecfrK New Exchange Motor for B or C Intermediate Sections, With Chain, for New Idea; and Little Giant Elevators New Idea Overhead Wagon Hoists Tractor tabs for All Tractors (Price these before you buy) 2-Wheel Rubber-Tired Dairy Cart Tank Heaters Heated Hog Waterers Fanning Mills Bale Loaders _ , / * Farm Cement Mixers Land Rollers Dairy Water Heaters 12,14 and 16 Ft. Gates Elevator Speed Jacks Post Hole Diggers Elevator Hoists 2 Wheel Trailers Elevator Cradles Hammermills and Belts Stock Water Tanks Allis-Chalmers Tractor t t T r i -It Y MACHINERY IN ANY OF THIS! 6 Chalmers Qljver Massey Harris -.I*. ted Repair Work on Your Ma chine Now •-.;•**'::.*.• %/t*u, -,i^,-,'• ,• .Mifi,- -y -^^ : • -...•' -.'« - >>k -^.^X-;- ;>

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