The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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• '-^Wi •' w ' , ,< s t < jV '• '\ ' /v,-' >*' ^\>~;<\ !» v ? ' "i. ' • . ., k. J "/ / ^V ,7, *** '"? ' " Upper bes Moines January 13, 1948 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RAtES— titie eharg^ fat iwo Minimum charge, SOc, 12 wards or less, cash in advance. feach additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance,' when charged: 5c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. Each classified ad will run once in both Ihe Tuesday and Thursday 1 pape*, 1 for only one charge. Far Sale FOR SALE — NEW MODERN bungalow, 5 rooms and bath, 3 bedroofits,.' insulated, possession — $9,250. ' See Joel M. Herbst, Real & Ins; atu21 FOR SALE — 7 PUREBRED Berkshire .boars, guaranteed 'breeders. Free delivery. John F Cunningham, photic 2456, Livermore, 1 '/i miles cast of St. Joe. ' _ _ a lu* FOR SALE— WMITE JERSEY formal, sixe Hi; girls coat and legs, size 1-year-old. Phone 10-F14 Mrs. O. V. Harlan. alu 16 FOR SALE—U. S. 3846 EARLY oats. Mike Elbert, 6 miles east of Algona on No. 18, phone --F3. a!6-19u* SWIFT'S ICE CREAM Pints 2Sc, Malted Milks S5c BARRY'S RECREATION ulatf SALE—F-14 FA KM ALL ON rubber, with cultivator. Francis Wolfe, West Bend. alu* FOR SALE — TEAM QOOD work horses. Wm. Trenary, Burt, phone 9 on 90. alu* FOR SALE — 7:50x20 HEAVY duty dual truck chains, used very little. New Servo ball type governor for any make of Iruck. iLyle Newel, Fenton, la. alu25 FOR SALE—NEW FULL LENG- th Moulton lamb tuxedo all wool coal, si/.e Iti, dark brown. Call 253-J after 5:30 or see at 500 S. Jerome St. alu25 FOR SALE — 2 GOOD LOTS, excellent parts oE town. See Joel M. Ilerbst, Real Estate & Ins. alulG FOR SALE — PUREBRED AN- Bju's bulls, serviceable age. 5 miles west and 3 south of Algona. Ervin Gerber. alu* FOR SALE—320 ACRES, Kossuth County, all good level land, with an extra set of good buildings, close to Algona. John A. Drees, Carroll, Iowa. al-2u FOH SALE EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown ,n." Expert inspection, estimat- ng service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. ulatf FOR~ SALE—DUROC FALL and spring boars. Polled and horned Hereford bulls, females, any aso. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. ulatf sale. Call or Write "Earl • Gar butto, Audttbon, Iowa, •. al?u38t FOR SALE—194r JOHN DEERE B tractor on rubber; 10 ft, disc John Deere, 4-scction drag; 12x1' Kozy brooder house; McCorriiick 5 ft. mower; John Deere stee wagon box; bur? mill. _ John Kettelsen, 1 mile west, 1 "soutl and % west Algona. Phone 7-F33 u2a FOR SALE—33 HEAD QF BRED Hampshire owes. Raymond Otis, Wesley. u2a* USED APPLIANCES — HOT point electric range; gas and coal combination; 6 11. refrigerator, with guarantee; 2 Used gas ranges; 30 gal. gas water heater, like new; coal heater, 22 in.; used washing machines; gasoline power washer. Will sacrifice, This merchandise must go. Pratt Electric Appliance, Algona, Iowa. U2a47 CASE BEER — POP We Deliver BARRY'S—Pho. 343 ulatf FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE spring boars. New blood for old customers; also Hereford bull, serviceable age. Joseph A. Show, Wesley. a!7-19u* TWO PORTABLE TYPEWRIT- ers just" received. First come— first served. With strong case. Popular post-war Remington. Algona Newspapers. UIAg FOR SALE — TEXAS JUICE oranges, crate $4.49; Delicious apples, bu. $2.98; Texsiin grapefruit juice—4 oz. cans—case $1.9!!; Blended Juice, sweetened, casu $2.98. Orange juice, sweetened, case $2.98./Consumers Food Store, Algona. ' . u2a" FOR SALE — PUREBRED PO- land China Gilts, March and April farrow. Pen bred. Aaron M. Steussy, LuVerne. u2-5a" FOR SALE—OLIVER NO. 44 corn planter with fertilizer attachment. John McMahon, Britt. u2-3a* FOR SALE — MODEL B JOHN Deere tractor, in very good shape, good tires. Kenneth Mc- ^oy, 5',a miles south Hobarton. u2a* ALGONA HOME FOR SALE— Located 112-N. Blackford St. Five-room house, modern... 2 bed- •ooms. long living room, full aasement. Priced for quick sale. Possesion 30 days-from date of FOR SALE — REGISTERED milking shorthorn bulls, serviceable age. Aaron Sleussy, Lu- Verne. ti2-3a* FOR SALE—GOOD BALED AL- falfa, baled straw, Timothy and Clover. Leo McEnroe, phone 30- F21. u2a* FOR SALE — REBUILT MODEL A motor, Rebuilt Model A Transmissions; 1 — 1935-36 V8 Front Spring; 2—1938 Dodge rear springs; 1—1934 Plymouth radiator; 4—Telescope shock absorb- ars; 1—Excellent Warm Morning heater: 1—Cushman Husky Motor Scooter. Wellendorf Garage, opposite State Highway Shop. u2a* FOR SALE—HOUSE ON 222 SO. Ridgely & McGregor St., 5 room apartment^ and bath down stairs, 4 room,apartment and bath up stairs. All modern except furnace. Double garage and full lot. Leonard G. Maasdam. v uJ!a* FOR SALE — BALED STRAW „ with out rain. 60c toilet Bfe r | Miller, Buffalo Center. ~" FOR SALE—LAttdfi • logs. Lou Lickteig, 2 west' _ 1 south of Wesley, • u2a"« FOR SALE-2 HOLSTElN •cows, fresh-in abolit a Ed. Arond, Algohaj 3 stfultv 0/4 west of Sexton. FOR SALE—28 FT. PAN AMER1- Can house trailer. Can'be'seen at Otto Harlan'sr 5 miles West OJ Junctions 169 & 18, .v i,u2a* FOR SALE — (BENTON'.OATS, Indiana certified last yeaf, $4.5C bu. Bob Addy, Lakota. U1-4A Household Goods BEAiQTIFUL NEW C SPINET Piano may be seen in near vicinity. Priced for'tJUIck sale. vVrite Armstrong Piano Co., cer, la. • FOR SALE—MONAKtiH .ELEC- trie range $35; 5-tubc RCA radio; Junior size boy's bicycle; mohair frieze davenport and chair, 1947. 610 S. Phillips, Algona. phone 950-W, alu*, FOR SALE—GOOD USED 6 FT. Westinghousc refrigerator. 7 miles west of Algona on No. 18 and 3 !4 -miles north. Call 3308 Lone Rock. Mrs. Ernest Woltor. Whittemore, la. alu* FOR SALE—9xJ2 FT. WILTON rug; living room suite; oil burning heater; Copper Clad •ange; brooder house, 10x14 ft.; electric brooder slovtv Alek Miler, 1 rnilu north of LuVerne. «u2a* 'OR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO. Phone 976-J, Algona. ; tt2a* OR SALE—COOK STOVE, IN A-l shape. Glenn Teeter, Lone Rock, phone 923. 'u2a* ''OR SALE—NORGE -REFRIG- erator, 9 ft. U in. Friedblf'Sbd- rberg, ph. 143, Burt. u2a* Used Cars AR FOR SALE—1946 SUPER. DeLuxe Ford tudor, good shape, lenn Bergland, Thompson, la. al-2u!4 BUU" vuuuihiuiii lumn , 011-u t UI SG< at 819 M. Miftft.-Bt.,,Alg&tfiL*aiI •—-••-' • "•' - ' '-""• • >• .~... frOft SALE—MS? S'TAftBAKB J. V'tioor Chevrolet, rtoiib. t heifer" good tires. .QeofgVSchUtJe?, Woden, ' • • - alul4 FOR SALE>-<-i93(K xvxxv^, «ju- built motor, nearly new tires, brakes just rellned, $426. Leo Miller, Algona, phohe 33-F21.* ' U2a* FOR SALE—DODGE 4-DOOR DeLuxe, runs good, good body, hot water heater; 6 good tires, mud grips behind. Prestone in v radiator. $160. Clif Richardson, 3 miles ttorth LuVerne, la. . U2a" ., call Z34jKaesiy'.L.0r, uor f • , , Mel 6. : Qriit;in, Mgr.jtjiatj. f < 1NLAH3 -~. . wall tile7laid,b^-experts, wustom. • 5 , works Cowan" Bldg, Supw !p*v ; Algdna, - • <H " 1 * -' , afni Loan Ass'n SeiVTreasv-IlO ,' AlgSfla., al?*20u* ' FOR SALE—1937 CHEV. TRUCK, box and stock rack complete, excellent condition. Ted Hoover. .Burt, p'hone 2250, Wesley. Ii2a* FOR SALE—1936 CHEV., ',1 . ton truck with box. 7x12x3 ft. long .wheeibase. Price $426.00. Delton Krausc, Lone Rock, u2a* FOR SALE — 1940 CHEV. Coach, radio and heater; 1940 Ford Coach; 1939 Chcv. Coach; 1935 Master Chcv. Coach. These cars arc all in good condition and priced right. Trees Oil Co., Armstrong, la. u2at FOR SALE—1934 FORD, NEW motor, good tires. See Ray Pit- nan at Chevrolet Garage. u2a* FOR SALE—1941 STUDEBAKER Champion,, good tires. Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt, Lone Rock, phone' 709. 'u2a* 'OR SALE—% TON 4 FT. IN- lernational pick-up, newly overhauled, all new rubber and 4- pced transmission. Will give 1000 nile guarantee. - Phone 2F111 Algona, Robert' Hagg. u2a* We , BUY and SELL USED CARS See Us To Buy Or Selft KENT "MOTOR CO. ulatf 'OR SALE—1939 FORD S. W. B. truck, good shape. Ray C. Dremrncl, Burt, phone 76. ""; TJlA13tf Wanted WANTED" IMMEDL\TELY— Full time casliier. 'lowa'Thca- tre, Algona. •'.-.' al-2-u WANTED SOON—GOOD CLEAN Model A Ford, "30 or '31, Coach .WANTED fo v : , room,. of jfetjui'v. apartttieht,. iufftlsii ished. Plidfte WAlTftfiSS. WAMTfiC — SON* off, Myers"Cafe, Algonfi, ' • , . > . ,U2a7 MALE WANTfiU -;• Wfi . establish you in; buslh'es^ oh ouif/ capital, « No "itiyesthifetit or experience nefies^fy to" stfirt. WfNONA MONUMENT CO., Box 565,'Wirtona, Mlnhr . > • U2a2?' WAITRESS -WANTED—LUSBV GIOSSI. • ' * •-. u2aS • SALESMAN WANTED—ABOVE average earnings. -Permanent. Full time employment with • a well known', reliable Company. Our men arc earning'from $3500 to $5000 per year. There' are 'no deposits, no starting expenses, and nothing to buy. You must, however, be able to furnish a good recp'rd of previous employment arid character references. You must own -,a- car and be free to travel in North Eastern Iowa [your territory). Fbr personal in- -ervicw 's"ec our district manager, R. B. Barton, Wallburg Cabin amp after 6 p.m., . ,.U2-3a* WILL DO" ALTERATIONS'' OF dresses and other. garnicn,ts, Josio McEvoy, 610 E. Slate, ph. 210., - ' ' . - uda^ Lost & Found WHITE-FACE 1 -.CAL'F, WT. 600 Ibs., gbt away- from -us Friday at Algona Sale barn.> Finder phonq 3160, Whittemore. u2a!9:* .For,Rent FOR RENT—320 Ar IMPROVED A-l,'farm.- Possession March •!. Vfc miles southwest of Wesley. Write Box"400.. . • ' - u2a* Miscellaneous VANT BOOK -MATCHES? YOUR own name imprinted. Quick de- ivery. See Erwin J, Haynes, Eu- 'BETTER THAN A USED CAR. . YbUfjpfesfeht cflr," Overhauled or a .riewjttbtpr installed. At present W^ 'JiWe' l937*38>39*40 new mOtors'ifdf Oh'evroletf Plymouth, and F6rcL"and- ahother shipment of OldMbbileve ahd'8 cylinder motord;fcomiftfr. tf it's hard to get we h^/ifc, pau's Garago, U2a4 1 ' 'S 2.4D, E it SPHAYEHS supply before prices go up. Also sprayers to fit •' tractor. • -- Contact the MITCHELL CHEMICAL Bo'x"81'? — Algona X$ ••'..' a-l-ti START'. YOUR CAR RIGHT away in- the coldest weather, t an .clcctric.motor heater. Save time; -money and battery trouble. Just^ bull out oil, test stick and Slip an nts place an, electric motor boater to Warm the oil. Sold,by Howawk-Witham, 313 West Mc- r egor, l £trc'eV Algona, Iowa. >y,rV '," •' " ' u2a* p" OUT SALE-iJAN. 20, 2. 'miles on] 18 and 4 mi. north 'Brltt'.'^eihcad of livestock, 30 cattle, '20 sheep, 14 summer pigs, 2 horses. John Deere B tractor oh rubber, '41 model. Good line of other machinery. 350 bu. oats. JOO bales,' hay. 1941 Ford 2-door with .M^B .engine. Lunch .wagon will b'fi> on ground. Sale starts at 12:30. VW. E. Trafford, owner, . u2a67*. SAVE UP TO 35% IN heat costs with -Home Guard Insulation Weather Stripping asphalt shin-, ;les. H .Free estimates lor your tome. .Wl'lte or, call Gambled tore, i Algona. Phone 28. ulatf Delivered to, Vbuf jbb- 1 ; '"ulatf 1 ••••' • Cdrdsof Thanks In loving memory of niy precious » Fathef) Arthur" E/Dowd wno pass* ed away one year ago Jan. 21. . Dear Dnd your smiling way and pleasant face are a pleasure / to recall, ' I You "had a kindly word for-" each, and died beloved by. all, , Some day I hope to meet you, some day I know not when, To clasp your hand in the better ' 'land, nfjver to part again. ,, Your daughter that loved you, / . ID'A B. THOMAS < * I WISH TO THANK MY, RELA- tives, frieritis, The Eastern Star, and the Sexton W.S.C.S. for their beautiful flowers, cards,' letters and calls during the five weeks I was confined in the hospital. Drusie Noble, Sexton. v u2a* NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that the co-partnership of Qumm-' ings and Johnson, composed of Robert S. Cummings and Raymond C. Johnson, operating with its principal place of. business at Swea City, Iowa; has been dissolved and said co-partnership no longer exists, and that the" business of said co-partnership is be- ng,continued by Robert S. Cummings. Dated at Swca City; Iowa, this 8th day.of January, 1948. C UMMINGS, AND JOHNSON, -ROBERT S. CUMMINGS AND -RAYMOND C.. JOHNSON. u2-3-4a <1?f !a" V*^ -&t .2&ZZJ THAN LAST Y8 FAMOUS •• SALE! BSQAUSE in the face of today's rising prices the.ANNEX is .actually going to sell -merchandise .in this sale far below last year's prices.. READ THIS ^AD and "" COIC'ARE THESE PRICES and convince yourself. There are bigger selections more of everything. People have asked about this BLIZZARD of BARGAINS—NOW HERE IT IS. DON'T MISS IT!!!!!!!!!IJ -. o. O 0 O ° -3 °. 00, ^^^^^*KBKnSS£SS5wtfw The. Famous ANNEX o*0 ft O o O •D o O' ^0 , o /fcF~ f 8l^£& ^ —' ° 4&sr9-> o^ o. K o b JL 3 ^' f 'V CB-tj • o Oo * o O O o O 00, 6" <5 O m fkf s- o «. TO LADIES «ar»0 ol I« o o (T ^N'S SUITS *4.95-$9.95-ftL4.96 Sues 18-43 fifteen onlM Sises 11-47 100# Wool Sixteen coats only Heavily interlined •Black & Brown t« 6 FUR TRIMMED COATS *14.95—$24.50 Sizes 10—43 iere are T$N coatsj \ this lot priced > SELL—They muat 22 l-Silver Foxl Larab-Moutonf "\/> 19 •• o -.-,- COATS ^•wS—$16.95 _100# Wool Hoo d sr Full Backs • _AU Colors STARTING TIME—9;30 WED, So that everyone will have an equal opportunity to be 'there when the doors open the ANNEX will open i hour later than usual—be there. DAILY SPECIAL BARGAINSJ J J J Because all of the sale . merchandise oould not be crowded into the ANNEX at one time, will bring new value's from the outside—so be on hand on each of the four days SATURDAY SUPER' VALUES!j J! For the last .day of this great sale, specials will the bigger and betteri •5 Q^C9 O <> DRESSES fl . $6.98 .,"-, BUea from LO 0 lisa PU] RsssS.s*'! to $19, tp LEONA I always look forward to this great annual sale, It is my chance to clean put everything and believe we I am going to do it. This merchandise is .going to qell w -JT ABSOLUTELY WILL HOT BE HERE N5XT MONDAY • MORNING, For you people who are honestly interested 4 n super value§„,don't mips ' . 'stopping • in to see me, QQ$Q all four days-*,-the re will be eome4 " thing nsv every day. UV« i "V n 1QQ# VJ004- •*14.95 for entire 8 i°es 9-15 Green f'^ll [I *•*>«(& * <Q r^^ »i tt *»Si7; *Mff ^W JR p w ^HPI <fj^ I P « 0 gleeveg),, • Wet skirte-.Weraey Top Slips inolude4 •siaes 10*^16 ^ QhUda oloth :-'J •'&' -Y M '• fV^'i «*..£•?- . •nd,|«j Jvt* •^^> l#&\ ;.'-

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