The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1948 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 17, 1948
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i^r^2 -/;, V,* •' *"* : " "V n f ? ' ' T , ; Near Irvingf on Becker has *i<purchased the .farm more com- mdhly known & the bid Sehichtl ^,plae§ now tenanted by the Lee . ColWells", / ^ . * NeWS fh'crd Will be ' considerable t moving; In 'this community between 'now .and March L The Ronald Jenkins have purchased " a farm in Minnesota and will be moving there, the Harry Mc^ Chanes .of Burt will come to the Ella,, Lewis place, Carol Hutchin^ will go to the John McGuirc * farm near Livermore, while the Robert 'Deals will locate on the 'i lrmft D. Adams place, v CreifctJ Club Meets Mfs, Paul Lindholm, assisted ~ by Mi<St .Ralph Brown, entertain!: Jed; the Cfesco Embroidery club •last-Thursday afternoon. Mrs. ' IJ;aMd Mosher, club president, presided. Roll call was respond•«'ed to by giving Lincoln stories and quips. Mrs. Wade Ball fjave an interesting paper on "Facts -* Abq'Ut Iowa;" The next regular meeting will be with Mrs. COx, % Mrs., Hattic Brown a.^sis'ting, 1 Elders Ordained » Aj the local Presbyterian church last Sunday morning a -, ( beautiful service^ was solemnized when Mrs. Harry Sabin and Mrs, K. P. Roney were ordained '' as elders in the local church for the' ensuing year. Mrs. Walter , Kempley, president of. the Fort Dodge Presbyterial, gave the ' charge to the ladies, which was t responded to by the Rev. Gilbert , assisted by .Mrs. fi. O, Chamberlain, pvcsenl elder,;, . A cfioir composed of LaVonri'e Sabin, Geraldine Colwell, , Vidfl' Llndhbrst, Shirley Mahsen ' and Donna Chamberlain sang'.l'.Mf'sv Gilbert KuypeF sahg "The Lord's PfayoiV Altar flowers 'We're presented in memory of • Mrs. Nina Sehichtl. ' ' , ' ' The Missionary society of the local church will' meet this Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs, Wm. Boldridge will ha^Ve charge o¥ the lesson, Miss Shirley Weber and a girl friend from i MOrningside -college Will'Spend the weekend at.« the parental John Weber home. Harold Sabin has entered' the Veterans hospital at Dts>Mbines for an operation and medical aid caused by injuries' in'World War H. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Schepp- mann Sr. attended the ,organ recital at the German - Lutheran church in Lit Verne on 'Strtrtfay afternoon, Gresco School Party The children of dresco No. I. rUral school and their teacher. Mrs. Helen Kirkcr, entertained the pupils of Cresco 2 and their teacher, Mrs. Zelba Maxwell, at a Valentine's party Friday afternoon. The children played games and had refreshments and also hjad a Valentine box. Visit At Bormanns St, Joe — Leonard Stessman, Frank Stessman and nephew Jim Stessman of Earling spent the weekend here with the John Bormanns. Mrs. Bormamt'S-.moth- er and sister Mrs. Stessman and Veronica spent the' past" Week here returning home with them./ Girl For Reelings St. Joe—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Redinft are the parents of a girl born .Wednesday, Feb. 1J, at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital. The Redings now have 3 girls and 1 boy. SALfi-FARMALL twetw, regular, oh rubbed, good condition, Raymond Nelson, 3 niiles oasl, 1 north Burl, u7"a* F6R S'ALE' - GIRL'S bicycle, 8 months old. Phono 318(5, Whit- tcttiaro. • u7a* FOR. SALE—K02Y 12x16 brooder 1 house, 3 yrs. old. Wayne Lynch, Fcntoh, phone 603, Lone Rock. u7-8a" FOR SALE—DUROC GlLfS to farfow in March ahd April. Wayne Lyrtdh, Fehton, phone 003, Lone Rock. ^ "T^jfe.* F6R SALE—228 JOHN DEERE pickc?, • Model A hookups. Gerald Huber, IHtonkaj phone 4-*F48. U7a* FOR SALE — MPLS.-MQL1NE J tractor, on rubber, with cultivator. F-14 McCormick-Deer. ing, on rubber, with cultivator. F. J. Folcy, Fenton. U7a* FOR SALE—lid ALLlS-CHAL- mers tractor, cultivator, power lift. Alvin Kunsv Whittcmore. ' u7a* Household Goods FOR SALE—MONARCH Paramount gas,combination range, 1 year old. Call 804. 4 miles West of BUrt./ aGu* Classifie CLASSIFIED RATES—(One charge for Iwo fnserlions. Minimum charge. 50c, 12 woids or less, cash in advance. Each additional word, 4 cenis, cash in advance; when charged! Sc per word. Blind ads ?.5c extra. Each classified ad will run" once in both Ihe Tuesday and .Thursday paper, for only one'charge. For Said FOR SALE—1946 Pan American, 28"ft. house trailer. Fully equipped. Priced to sell. 5 miles west on 18. Verle Harlan. ' a6u* FOR SALE—MODERN, NEW " l ->kJ )lln g a l ow > ^ rooms i Shcl^bath, oak"' floors, clean and attractive, good lot. Offered only till Mar. 1. $8,500. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. . a,6u' HORSES FOR SALE—One com- 'ing 4-yr.-old green-broke, gentle', with white face; one coming 2-yr.-old, black, gentle, has been ridden some. Paul P. Banwart, West Bend, la., phone 4-30. a6u* FOR SALE UNTIL MARCH 1— 150 A. in N. E. Plurri Creek twp. 96 A. cultivation, balance good creek pasture, .fenced "and cross-fenced, no other improvements. Inquire at Algona Newspapers. • • a6-7u* FOR SALE—KOTO FLAX SEED. Cleaned and tested. • Robert Black, Algona, la. / u6-7a* FOR SALE—FARM ALL F-20. Blumer Bros., LuVerne. a6u* FOR SALE—12x32 EIGHT-PEN hog house, on skids. •" 2-'-'nortH, l k west Sexton. Wm. Pap,tz, Rt. 2, Algona. ' aGu* FOR R SAI/E-r4Vm#INQ,SHORT- horn bulls. Robert Ringsdorf,' Woden. ' a6-7u* FOR SALE—ALFALFA, r , HAY. Harold Hobson, % mile west, 4 south, % west of BUrt? 5 miles north, % west of Algona«i a'6u* •TICKETS FOR'MINSTREL - / . SHOW Feb. 20 and 21 BARRY'S RECREATION u6-7a. pOR SALE — ONE STRAW stack. One Holstein cow,"fresh weeks. Ed Arend, 3 . miles h, % west of Sexton. a6u* BOX CANDY Large Assortment 1 'BARRY'S RECREATION • ' u6atf v J'LAX SEEP FOR SALE—KOTO, lied Wing, and Cheyenne varie- as,. Germination 93%' or more, Purity,97% or more','$9 per bu- r$j;- 'G.. W. Patterson, Burt, gonp..'23 or 196. ' • u7a* (PR; SALE-ONE OUTSTAND- '"^~ good' Registered • Polled ,>rn bujl,:4 years-old, very e'&nd easy'to handle; also a tew? bulls. Erviri-Link & * ns, -Swea City. a5-6u28 SALE-^00_BALES SEC- -iond-,<!uttJng alfalfa; "500 bales clover"and timothy mixed hay, up rain; Mike'A^end, % east, % Burt, ^' " ,« a§-6u* FOR SALE—6Vj ACRES- <on edge - of Dolliver, 8-roorn house, chicken house, coal' house. Good land, priced to sell. Possession. M.-J. Wolfe, Bancroft. a6u* For Comfort •;,-and Long Wear 'Buy. B^ALL-BAND Footwear 0 With the Famous' . '•"••* Red Bail 'trfl,de-maVl< ' HUB CLOTHIERS Leujtholet-Wiliiams Co. FOR SALE—OIL BURNER, 1 • yr. old, ElectrolUx gas 1 refrigerator, used 16 months. Carol HUtchins, Algona. , aBu* FOR SALE—SMALL SIZED OIL burner;, also laundry stoVe. A. A. Sterling, phon e 704-J. iga5tf FOR SALE—OIL BURNER, 1 yr, old. 'Electrolu>c gas refrigerator, used 16 months, also Warm Morning coal stove, priced to 'sell. Can be seen at Al- g'ona Flour & Feed. Carol Hutchins, Algona. u7a* WAlfftESS WANTED peah Hotel and Coffee Shotf. "^ __ ^ a§Q6 SALESMEN— KiRBY Vaeuufrt > Cleaner needs Representatltfrl iri Kossuth county. Write Kir&V Dfist. Co., 119 E. State St., Masoft City, la. fl7a* ,pf sympathy extended to us at the time of the death bf our lit- t\e son. Mr. ahd Mrs. Roland Bcfnau and Gary. 1178* .i—»,>,. „, infrn iihV i i—t. WANTED — STEADY' work. Plnaso write o)' s'e'e' Mrs. Emma Mworo, phone 27-F31, Algona. _ U?a*; WANTED AT ONCE— Popcorn assistant in canteen. Call l*he- atro, phone 35. u7a!2 SALESMEN WANTED— Dealer wanted, 200 farm -home .necessities — medicines, vitamins, spices, foods, DDT, etc., Well known every county. For particulars write Rawleigh's, Dettt. IAB-51-142. Frcoport, 111, 'u9* WANTED TO BORROW— $3,000, at 5%. Godd security. Leave" replies Box X, Algona Newspa- pcrs. _ ' u7a'' I^MUST GET A MAN AT once in this community to work with our District Manager.' Must have car and be over 28 years of age. This work is in line with the Greater Food Production program, Permanent/ work. good pay for man who has lived on farm. Write Box 400, Algona, la. _ u7a53 WANT TO RENT — HOUSE; apartment or suitable living quarters for wife, 8 months: rold son, and self. Write G. F.V Morrow, 3306 Thomas Avc. N.,' Min-. neapolis. " J ' ; it7a'* STENOGRAPHERS WAT/rED-- Permanent employment, 40- hour .week, life • and hospital insurance available, pMJhsan't working conditions. Apply;. Jos. Weidenhoff, Inc., Algona. '; , ' u7--8a!8 REGULARLY scheduled .Spring Semester Will open at The 1 Hamilton School, 'MasOh City, Iowa, March 8. u7ai5 Used Cars FOR SALE-^1942 CHEVROLET Master Deluxe town sedan, Heater and radio. Arnold Ban- Wart, West Bend. .a6u* FOR SALE—1939 PLYMOUTH 4-doOr deluxe, radio and heater. Bernard Meteger, West Bend. a6u* We BUY and SELL USED CARS See Us To Buy On Sell. KENT MOTOR CO. ulatf FOR SALE—1939 FORD S. W. B. truck, good shape. Ray C. Dremmel, Burt, phone 76. UlAlStf FOR SALE—1945 MODEL Ford Fergusen tractor, fully equipped. Fluid in tires, lights, hydraulic lift, with plow and eul- itiyator, complete. F. H. Gard- ir, Algona R2, phone._.26rF31. J , • j *' i ^. SraHtfimP -«_»»( . f • t FOR SALE—1939 Olds'mobileV -61 passenger. coupe. • 'Radio and heater, reconditione'd ' engine. Call 1087-W, Algona. " ' u7a" FOR SALE—BOY'S BIKE, cheap, .in. very good condition. Phone 653-J. • ., u7a* FOR •- SALE— GUERNSEY, cow bringing forth • calf, vtjry gen- ;le, ' " Ed,win Hanselman,' Lu- Verne, ' •"• u7a!2 - BALED PRAJR,JE ? hay and baled straw, ajso fee'dy Jng pats, Geprge Wijdih, Algong. 'OR Horne4 Herefprd buJls, le age, p, M. chnsten§pn, Pplfr ? , , ft inspection, est , Cowan BJdg, i> ^ wcmT W^^^W * rWH'Attkft - , - .„ i ^,. , !-;p.SiL'J&iy.^isfws»9w ^ ;• FOR, SA'LE-i^year-old 1 ' 1 house, $1500, immediate , possession, citchen with built-in "cupboards, iving room,, pedroom,''Can be/ easily moved to, own lot, Phong 1061-W. A ] eona. "^ u7-8a? FOR SALE— REp, CLOVER seed ' 92% germ,, pprity 'tested, Wayne. Prone, a miles > east, %. nUe nrtjit •.Burt. ' . | "t' 8 VAC c CASE and cultivator, all &c» cessories; 2rJ2 Case ,plowj--?tocli. putter; '10-ft. disp; John peere 4> seefion - cjrag, gjll Wplt2, phpne 9. FOR; SALE. .Brown, S\vjss bull . « . t rubber,, AU Jn tirst p)as§ jon^^ J, FOR SALE—1941 BUICK Sedan, 1941 Ford 2-door,' 1037 Chrysler, 2 Ford coupes. 'All these cars have been gone- over and are in fine shape. 1 Kirk Auto, Algona. ' u7a28 FOR SALE—1939 STUDEBAK- er Commander, excellent condition with overdrive; $525; 1939 Ford tudor, sedan, excellent condition, $625. Duane Higgins, Titonka, la. ' u7a* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS—WE wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends' and relatives for their cards, flowers, and many kind deeds extended during our mother's illness and death. The George Koestler children. a9u* CARDS OF THANKS I WISH IN THIS WAY to thank my friends and ' relatives who sent me flowers, cards, letter's, and other gifts while in the hospital at Rochester. They surely Were appreciated. Thank you again. Mrs. Ervin Schwictert, Burt. • u7a* WE WISH TO EXPRESS 6UR heartfelt appreciation to all our friends and relatives for their kindnesses and expressions Miscellaneous N'OTICE—ANYONE that bought stuff at the Cdmpncy sale Jan. 8, please have it off the farm by March 1. Thos. R. Vipond. u7a* WILL PARTY WHO TOOK .man's coat by mistake and left fHeirs at Legion Ballroom, Banc/oft, Feb. 9, please call 1012-W, Algona. . • u7a* ME FOR REAL BARGAINS ih farm's, Joans, drainage sur» veying ahd estimates on tile. Phil J, Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. j ulatf COAL Complete stock on hand. Be Sale Call 234 Raesly Lbr. Co. Mel B. Griffin, Mgr. ulatf For All Types Concrete Work READY-MIX CONCRETE Delivered to your job Phone 166 ^ READY-MIX CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO, . Algonai u4atf IF-,YOU. PLAN TO GET A SILO, ; : Write the undersigned for further information. -Theo. T. Moen. Bricelyh, Minn. \ a5-9ul7 tN'LAID LINOLEUM — LfNO- wall tile laid by experts. Custom <«'ork. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.. Algona. ulatf FLOOR SANDING AND 'REFIN- ashing. Heavy commercial Equipment. Portable powei plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co Algona, phone 275.- ulatf GRANULATED GONOLITE In; sulation. Rock Wool Baits and granulated wool are available Ijor your home. You'too can insulate your own home. ; See us! •;.'•' F. S. NORTON & SON : phone 299 a3utf •SAVE UP TO 35% IN heat costs ; with Home Guard Insulation Weather Stripping asphalt shingles. Free estimates for youi home. Write or call Gamble' Store, Algona. Phone 28. ulatf ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINEft : Published by the ' Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. J. W. Haggard, R. B. Waller and C. S. El-lander Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at Algona, Iowa, under act of Congress of-March 2 1879. Issued Weekly. ' FOR SALE—1942 Chev. Business coupe, new .motor, and tires, radio and heater; 1942 Chev. Fleetline, 5-passenger, good condition; 1936 Chrysler .sedan, good condition; 1938 Ford' coach, very clean, ' West Bend 'Auto—Kaiser and Frase.r Dealer. "• - u7a* FOR SALE—1947, International pick-up, % ton', combination box. Bob WermerSon, Sexton, u7a* FOR SALE— 1940 vStudebaker, 2-door Champion, ^very .good shape. Evenings ', or ^Sundays, Rex Swanson, 1 north, _£>< wfcst cf Algona. ' '.'•,.' * FOR '" SALE— 1941",; ' "PONTIAC streamliner tudarv.'rjsdJQ "and heater, clean, Loy3lvYo,x}n'g, Algona, •..• . \ >.';!-i; --,u7a* FOR SALE^-1939 l^tqri 'CKev- rolet truck,' condition ''good, Swift 4? Co,,, - '7 |i Waited SALES GIRL WANTED—FULL .time, steady position, Mwst be 18 yrs, or older, Ben- Franklin Store, •- / ^.'7', The Field Assessor for the'City of Algeria has had difficulty in finding everyone home in making the rounds with the assessment: rolls and homestead credit books. H£ will be in the office of the County Assessor iri the Court ^ House, every Saturday morning so that those he has .missed may come in and sigh their homestead credit claims, and,their assess- ti t ment rolls. WANTED -, ' guaranteed , Brandt LjHteg,-,Algo.n|, w;age Closing Out v FARM MACHINERY^,, Having sold our farms, and quitting the fl$fti)njjf * '*"" we will sell the following described properly;io f] and best bidder at public auction' at'the-,.farm Buffalo Center on the southwest, bji ,".?' ^* •«' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY SALE TO START AT OHJB O'CLOCK Most of the machinery listed here hJM fe<$n used only one year, 3 TRACTORS;—McCQRMJCK.PEESUNO M TRACTOR MIWNEAPPLIS Z TRACTOR JpHN DEERE B TRACTQR, McCortniek-Peering 4>row ^ultiYftlpr?. John Peere 2«row ... „ gCorroicte.peerlng 4.|^-BifW^i lohn.BtfW with fertiliier et>?fiinofttrM?Ci>rtnicijc;^P«fl' pipken Jghn Deere m~* New Idea «'foo Wttlfl , ffarv p^t No s .30.semfhtUfrj ...Jrt»»H»J Tuesday, fcbttiary 1?, Afgohd j j , , , . Plenty> pf fpvelyJMiew sprlrtfl styles t0;,c1iooser^efti ' Spring Suits in your favorite mater- al—long slim skirts or Ballerina skiffs—all look new—as low as ^ $29.50 S ' '.' Gsbdsi Girl The hit dress of the season — in print- plain gabardine or Luana cloth — also crepe in two color combination. $14.95 $m n-;i -. ' M • • rm [ f ;."« PRINTS <%£i as $7.95;pSti' S u^ to $27.50- a "must have'' for spring. . 'i »Vi'. . Hats are impor- tdt for spring— see oUr lovely selection. SHORT PLAID Plaid wool in three quqrter length—just one of a large selection ot $22,95 . ' - S '-'% - -'*V^ - > -ifi* W , . rlAKtoAQK Yawr fsvoritt Nckipat gabardine 1 ;*A> - ^* < ^rs,U^j

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