The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 8
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• .#'A a |MAf§an& Upper 5«i Mdirf&i Tuesday, February 10, 1948 Jt ^ J=!j —rT'~i nv • i Tin.)._.-... - — —r-n '-.- i T-iTir— J ...n- .-.. _ r.m-.-nmmr -- ' • ••- ' • • •-• III en Houswirth erne Hostess. LuVettie—The LuVerne Live- wires met in the home of .Ellen Hftnswirth 1 recently. Nine members were present. Judy Kay ,s|>attgler joined thd club at the meeting. Roll call was answered ^y naming the favorite pet. The club leader, Mrs. Bruce Baewenstein talked on "Todays Modern Breakfast." Alma Schulz Was also present as" a guest of the ClUb and talked 6n "Individual Goals". Songs wer,e suhg. A lunch was served at the close of the afternoon by the hostess and her mother. . Boys LuVerne Station LuVerne—Fred Schneider nas purchased the Cities Service gas and repair Station here'and took nossession Monday, February 1. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murphy of Livermore have operated the station for the past four mohths. Their future plans at this time are not known. shel. G. W,. Patterson, . Burl, phone 23 or'195. U6-1SZB Classifie CLASSIFIED RATES—<5ne charge for two inserljons. Minimum charge, 50c. 12 words or less, cash in advance, Each additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance; when charged: 5c per word. Blind ads ?5c extra. Each classified ad will run once in both the Tuesday and Thursday paper, for only one charge. For Sale FOR SALE—1945 VAC CASE tractor and cultivator, lights and starter, new rubber, and new TYf.t. hydraulic Case mower. Ralph Walker, Whittemore, la. u6a* #OR SALE — TIMOTHY AND clover. Baled, 95c. Leo McEnroe. ' u6a* FOR SALE—100 BALES RED clover hay. F. W. Bacon, Burt. u6a* FOR SALE—KOTO FLAX SEED. Cleaned and tested. Robert Black, Algona, la. u6-7a* FOR SALE—RC ALLIS CHAL- mers tractor and* cultivator. Will be at Sale Barn Friday. u6a* TICKETS FOR MINSTREL SHOW Feb. 20 and 21 BARRY'S RECREATION u6-7a. WOOL UNDERWEAR, ALL SIZ- es, 25, 50 and 100% wool, still available at Zenclers. u6a!3 FOR SALE—BUILDING, 20x16 ft., qan be converted to liouse, also one or more lots. Otto Esser, Phone 697-J, Algona. u6a!9* FOR SALE—F-30 TRACTOR, rear tires like new, lights. Excellent conditions, reasonable. Sam Shipler, Whittemore. uGa* FOR SALE—WATER PUMP, tank, motor, automatic control, complete. W. Holldorf, 410 No. Jones. uGa* FOR SALE — 1 McCORMICK- Deering F-20 on rubber, and cultivator; McCormick-DeeringK F-12 on. rubber, hydraulic lift and cultivator. J. W. Schottes, Algona, phone 838-W. u6a* FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE MO- del "B" tractor, good rubber, A-l shape, $800. Also John Deere 999 planter with tractor hitch, $50. Kenneth McCoy, 5'i miles south Hobarton.- u6a* BOX CANDY Large Assortment BARRY'S RECREATION uSalf. FOR -SALE—999 JOHN DEERE corn planter with tractor hitch and fertilizer attach. New clutch assembly. Clarence Nelson, phone 3129, Wesley. u6a* FOR SALE—300 BALES ^^ .,»„• fa hay, first cuttlflg. Phone 439, Algona. . ' ^ uga* FOR SALE—5~ MODEL A USfiC tires, size 21x450. Lloyd Wei' lendorf. aSulO FOR SALE—TENANT HOUSE, 8x16, suitable for two people, or can be used for brooder house or wash'house. Sec at Creamery before 6:00 p. m. or at home after. Melvin Abbas. a5u* FOR SALE — 7 ROOM HOUSE, large barn, several lots for said in Irvington. Mrs. Marie Frankl, Irvingtbn, 'Jowa. aSulY FOR SALE—3 ROOM TENANT house, insulated, easy to move, electricity. Glenn Hansen, Ottosen, ,, - a5u* FOR SALE-ONE OUTSTAND- ing good Registered : Polled Shorthorn bull, 4 years old, very gentle and easy to haridlei also a few young bulls. Ervlh Link & Sons, Swea City. a5-6u28 FOR SALE — .TRACTOR BUCk rake, McCormick corh planter with fertilizer attachment. Purebred white face bull,' I'/fc years old. Stanley Black, \.% cast, 1 north, % mile east of Burt. LIVESTOCK,FOR .SALE-WlLL sell 80 bred ewes, due :to lamb in March, at Kanawha^Sales Barn, Friday, Feb. 13. ' ", a5'u20 FOR SALE—SMALL CHICKEN farm, 13 J /£ acres, all new buildings, just above Rapldan dam, ideal fishing right.by.place. $6500. Please write Albert Arndt, R. R. 2, Good Thunder,' Minn. , u5-6a28 FOR SALE^-400 BALES' . SEC- ond cutting alfalfa; '500 bales clover and timothy mixed hay. no rain. Mike Arend, %• east, V6 north Burt. ,, , a5-6u* portuftity for willing v ply Rawleigh's Dept. JAB-51*l4(5 F^reeport, 111, WANTKD TO RENT BY FIRST of March—House for £ adults. Inquire Algona Newspapers, WANTED—DO"ORMAN: ALSO- na Theatre Co. * u6a5 WANTED—CASHIER, ALGONA Theatre Co. U6a5 HELP WANTED — MARRIED man, house'furnished, running water, lights. Trenary Bros., Cor. with. a5-du* POSITION WANTED — HOUSE- keeping, experienced dep.. honest, capable of taking full charge of home. Nina Tapp, P'. 0. Box 21S or Phorte 24, Swea City, Iowa. * , a5u* FARM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Two salesmen will be hired by major feed company for permanent, full time work in- Kossuth County. Home nights. NO- stock or credit to carry. Better-than- averagc earnings. Thorough training on job. Must have dependable car. Age 25 to 50. Only -'sober, serious minded, reliable men will be considered.. For confidential appointment "phone Mr, Victor Smith at Hotel Britt 5051, Eve. or write Box 157 at Britt. a6u* HELP WANTED — WAITRESS wanted. 'Algona Hotel. uSatf WANTED - MARRIED MAN on farm. P. M. Christensdn, Lone Rock. '~' UlAtf WANTED— MARRIED COUPLE, year-round job, separate house,electricity, top wages. Apply at once, Earl R.«Chambers, Corwith, phone 3-F12. u5a 19 tfn FOR SALE—PORTABLE HOG house, 12x10, practically new; also breeching harness. John H. Rich, Algona, phone 10F131. FOR SALE—BALED STRAW, no thistles; also Registered Hereford bulls. Ed. Meyer, Fenton, la. uGa* FLAX SEED FOR SALE—KOTO, Red Wing, and Chevenne varieties. Germination 93% or more. Purity 97% or more. S9 per ou- era of elegance on . spring T ,. coot for jyst that. New rippling, rounded of collar, new depth of button-trimmed cuffs and 0 simply superlative sweep in bgck. spring-time colors,] Sizes 8 to 18.' $45.00 CliriscJiill es FOR SALE —. PUREBRED Chester White gilts. March and April farrow. George Wolf, Lu- Verne, Corwith phone 36-F1U. uSatf FOR SALE —' BALED PRAIRIE hay and baled straw, also feeding, oats. George- Wildin, Algona. . uSatf FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. u4atf FOR SALE—40 PUREBRED Duroc bred sows at public auction Saturday, Feb. 14, in new heated sale barn on farm 7 miles west of Spencer, Hy. 18. Choice quality gilts bred to 3 outstanding boars. Write for free catalog at once. Melvin Jensen, Everly^Ia. a4-5u44 FOB SALS - EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown .n." Expert inspection, estimat- r.g service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. , ulatf Deliver BARRY'S— Pho. 343 ulatf FOR SALE — GOOD BRIGHT timothy hay with a little clover, in barn. Sell 8-Ct. measure per • ton. Leonard Klocke, Burt phone 13 on- 89. a4u23* Wanted FEED MAN WANTED — SELL well advertised Concentrates, Minerals, top quality; livestock experience essential. We train you in selling dealers and assisting dealers in -i. selling, feeders Write Murphy : Products Company, Burlington, ''Wisconsin. ' u6a31 MALE HELP RANTED —TUR- rel Lathe operators. Engine Lathe operators, Milling machine operators, sheet metal operators, Apply at once Jos, Wcidenhoff, Inc. Algona, la, u6a23 OFFICE HELP WANTED—GIRL for general office work and as- istant in bookkeeping. Experienc- jcl unnecessary. Apply in writ- it; to RE A office, Pocahbntas, Iowa. uG-8a22 Household Goods FOR SALE — 5-PIECE WHITE oak kitchen set, extension leaf. Red leather covered, chair seats, good as new. Reasonable. Mrs. Donald Gross, Fenton. > u6a* , 'Si (4 tlfeSv NeW stock ahd ifaffi bo% 1948 Al Scheref, ? ghonfe 384 f FOR SALE—42 IN. STEEL CAB- inet sink with cast iron basin and drainboard, in excellent condition. Clarence Nelson, Phone 3129, Wesley. u6a** FOR SALE—SUPERFLEX OIL burning refrigerator, 6 cu. ft., excellent condition. W. A. Horsman, Fenton,'la. u6a*" FOR SALE—PHILCO COMBIN- ation radio. & phonograph, works the best. Auctioned Friday, Feb. 13 at Algona Sale Barn, at 1 o'clock. u6a* FOR SALE—SMALL SIZED OIL burner; also laundry .stovesr'A'i A. Sterling, phone V04-J. gaStl FOR SALE — ONE WINE MO- hair davenport and chair, ?25; arm chair, !f4; small table radib $5; white breakfast set. $10; hand electric cleaner, $5; Friction Vac J uum cleaner, $10. 509 E.; LuCaS: Algona. ^ FOR SALE-SMALL SIZE KIT- chcn coal 1'ange, white, with reservoir. Rqbert Kain, 3% miles north Sexton, phone 29F11& Algona. ' a5u'* For Rent FOR RENT- 8-ROOM- -MODERN house, possession '' March U- Phone G53-.T. uGa* FOR RENT—ROOM FOR TWO men. 115 W. Nebraska St. a5u* MALE HELP WANTED—RELIA- ble man with car wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth County. Wonderful opportunity. $15'to i>20 in a day. No experience or :apital required. Permanent, Write today. McNESS COMPANY, Dept. A, Freeport, 111. u6-7a* SALESMAN WANTED — MAN for Rawleigh business which just became available. Good op- Cards'of Thanks WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR sincere thanks to all those who helped with their kind deeds and showed their deepest sympathy at the time of the ck'at.h of oiiv brother. Freilinger family. uGa* WE WISH TO THANK ALL OUR friends and neighbors for their kindness and for their contributions given to us during our recent loss. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirschbaum. , uGa* I WISH TO THANK ALL OF the men who helped before and during the sale, and the women who brought in 1'ood for dinner the day of the sale; also I wish to thank all of the men who helped me move. Gertrude Ackerman. u6a44 Used Cars FOR SALE—1941 PACKARD, 4- door, radio, heater,, new tires, clean. Best offer taiies it. P, A. Riggs, Wesley, phone 2581. uGa* USED CARS! 1947 Oldsmobile 8, 4-door 1947 OWsmbbile 6, 4-door ' / 1946 Plymouth, 2-door 1940 Chevrolet, 2«door 1936 Chevrolet, 2-door 1934 Plymouth, 2-door HOENK MOTORS Plymouth-DeSoto Dealer Phene 391 - West ef Cowr? Inana. available ,, miles, J?hone 3S?, Jdhh X V ."f U AJ •*• V W /U »*1 i *•%«&» v > viS0b>l with .H0ftie*0uafd .Ihsulaiion Weather Stripping Mfllalt Shih- glek 1 - Fr'ee^stfittflfeg 'fttf horft# Wfiia 'o(f. ball 3tof,e, Algona; Phone 28< , ulatf Id3?' MASTR FPR SALE^1938 ^FORD motor, new tlfel, new Vidt6r Faulstlck, b milesi'. w*est, 18 and 169 intersection, 2 h6rth> west, Phoiie 10^F24, Algorta. uda* FOJKSALE — i§42 PONflAC. fordorj witfi radio", heater, aitd seat covers.'Motor just complete* ly overhauled,, e*6elleftt rtibbef. Ervin Wihkleman, i mile west <5f Lakota on No, 9, Phone 2805. FOR SALE-^1936 DODGE AT Algona Auction Sale Barn, Frk day, Feb. 13. - u6a* FOR SALE.-1941 FORD, clean. 1D34 Ford coupe, nice one. Kirk Auto Co., Algona. u6a!5 FOR' SALE—1936 FORD* NEW motor, tires, brakes; also 1935 Chevrolet, completely overhauled. Owen Humphry, St. Benedict. ~ ' FOR' SALE—1938 CHEVROLET tudor, motor overhauled. Good condition throughout. $625. Ross Struthers, Wesley. , ufia* FOR SALE-r-1939 FORD S. W. B. truck, good shape. Ray" C. Dremmel. Burt, phone 76. .) '.,. \ U1A13W BUY and V.U.SED,CARS' $ee Us'iTa'Buy Or Sell. • <KKNT'MOTOR CO. /l . •,* ."' " ulatf \ Soft's ALE-il938 softable. , 2 rtiilel' eaStj^ ftiife, horth, rtiile feast of Algeftg/ Earl Zeigler, \ A "' '" - j>' , a6u*. FOR ,.Chevtdlet coupe* 'good - tioh, good tires,, Jim Camp/faldci East Diagonal -.Gfoeery. - - , aSti* new tires, juris go83. . 4 Melvin . Abbas at Creamer^ before 6!06 dl* after at home. a§u*. Miscellaneous START YOUR 0WN BUSINESS —-Operate a route of new 1948 h'ot popcpprt vending machines. 'No selling. Amazing profits. $500 required. Confidential profit chart free. -. Write Robert, C,- Larrabt>e ( 417 N, 17th Ave,, Minneapolis'11, Minnesota.. • • ' ' <u6* SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in .farms, loans, drainage * veyirig-ahd estimates on tile.' Phil J. Kcjhlhaas; phone 22, Algoria ' tiOAL ' , ' V Complete stock on ,hand (v - • •• • Be Safe , -i Call 234 Raesly Lbr. Co. -'.', Mel B. Grilfin, Mgr. ! uinlf IF-YOU PLAN TO GET A SILO,, -write the undersigned 'for .further ^information. Theo. T. Mfjeh, ! 5JI EASY Tp APPLY /, ,) The Amazing "Cellophane-Like" Finish NEW BEAUTY FOR YOUR WALLS, FURNITURE, AUTO, FLOORS - SN A JIFFYi Th^ntttl Intxperioncod amnteui can gadprofetslonal r»iull» with Pla*fi-Kol» A durable, collophans inioolh flnlth. Do«» not crack, 'chip, or pool. Easy to keep clean' with a damp cloth, alcohol-proof, skid-proof, Wmlh«t reiiHant. ' Chtlct of 36 beautiful color* and Iranspqrenl (or Interior or outside uie. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phond 258 Jim Pool «rvt-i~.-s;v;;»i<-r«-.,-,t -•.» *n-r »-.~!>!r-,.,„., ''*#$&?/^6 Tuesday, fob. TO, 1948 O AND STILL SLASH YOUR HEATING BILL BY rsXr.RA PQ.WER ,, from Winkler "Inter-plan Drive" Arc yod, concerned with exorbitant and ever-rising oil costs? Arc you worried about'your oil' supply and whether your family wilrhave to suffer because of lack of, heat this "winter? Do you want automatic'heat and still have fuel security at less than half the cost" for oil or gas?. . THEN INSTALL A WINKLER, A Winkler Fully Automatic-Stoker is your best be't for automatic heat—for a Winkler ' burns coal—the most dependable and safest fuel—the most economical fuel by, far. For low iost, automatic heating at t its best you carf depend on Winkler, install a Winkler now and . ' cr ( ase your worries about fuel shortages, heat- '' • - ing costs', , _ •• - ' \, ( x fULLY AU i OMATIC TRANSMISSION Only Winkler has the famous "Inter-PlanM; Transmission which "has no shear'pin—Ihe extra power drive which assures ^trouble-free operation and long life. Arrange for a WinkieV Stoker installation ,now and let the savings • in fuel costs pay for it,.,Winkler Stokers are,. ^ availablc^n hooper and self-feed'models in! * , all sizes from'small home models to industrial , units for large ( factprles, apartments; etc,'-' Phone us today* and. a'rrangc'foirirdcmonstra- tidn and free'heat ing survey, "i • , !' • ' ,'t t • • •+.* J jt ^' #'•-«« i* f i S, HEATING ^PLUMBING & •& H. •Vtfil ' • ^ f-B YQU Get Twice as Manti S. &H. Green ' Stamps on Fridti , } f u \ - ' t *• * Hundreds of people in this eommunHy are 5, *:H. Green) V Stomp fans - qnd this will be big ntws tQ thtml An^ if.,ye« pre not o Qreen Stamp fan, start now » get POU8I.1 usval amount>f Green Stamp? with tfil pMrshssffi make «t MprshglUVVells Friday! , fgr evtry flpllfir^ werfh ef PMr$!?PI?? ys^W I?.,.- Msrs^ll-Wp!!? FrWay V«M get TWiNTY stflmp^JHit,, Wr PS mgny as the usupl t»n» §eve tht'ftrfnipl «nd frsiji tft| in fpr velufl&lf mershendisf prtmiym?. ^ev? e| yt^-fp^ R^mwbtr-FrMay QNjtv at jt«r $iishssU«WiJJi §i?rf { Here Are Just a Few of the '* ' Many. Valuable/ Merchan- • I • v- * dise Premiums You Can Get VVjth Your Green Stamps: • Wrist Watches ,• Pearl Necklaces •/Dresser Sets - ' _ 0 .Desk Sets • Pen arid Pencil Sets 9 Leather Billfolds • Jewel Cases , • Bridge Tables • Sev/ing Cabine,ts ^Carpet Sweepers 0 Console Sets , , ; , • Aluminum Bpwls f Footballs ;: t f1 ; ^ \' • Steel Wqgpn5 T r 'VS World ^'. £ Double Boilers 41 Coffee Brewers • Pwiiwrr^ • Electric Irons^ -HOvfrivfciri."tits' • Chicken fryersM • :, " KffiK ;> . 'J %t-> ^%"tW* I ,.jt?> v. ^ ^w \ -> x.?U ' \ 1 r •'f/ .,' ! ? ' 4 : ? .*••> * •;.!, a* ^ <- f »v v v (?,4'5 r t j ",s —. |^f feW t '"jr. ._ . . . <,' .^*.

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