The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1948 · Page 5
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ssif led Ad lns*riioni, wife fr .ft*, eash -1» a forSAb **jft SALE UNTIL MARCH i— . Jstf A, in N, E, Plum <• Creek <i]5i 96 'A. cUlti'vatibn', balance* Bod creek pasttire', fenced fiftd ' tJRSs-fettced, ho 'c-thef impfoVe- "jnts, Inquire at Algeria News' "~ts.^ ' , ( ' flB-TTif ' -• BOX CANDY ' tit -i ^S 6 Assbr'imfertt, * B ' BARR1 SALE-VlgfflLl gasofine pump, complete ?new hose and Hihgs. Leroy , gcWHz, San- FOR SALE—376 a/, southern farm on county , REA MUST Green , ^RSALE - BALED PRAIRTEf ' iHaylftnd 1 baled straw, also feed'< *fift oats. George Wildin, Algtiria. fiSta.**-* i . . r* .JiJ* u5atf '' <fe jSALE — POLLED AND ~ ^rned Hereford bulls, service- page. P. M. Chrlstenson, Lone fr la. ' ' U4atf & SALE - EAGLE WATER- |p|oof home insulation, "blown "-Expert inspection, estimat- ervice. Cowan Bldg, Supply MIR blls", Mifjn, a7u FOR SAL'E-JNEW JOfiN Dee're tetWlMf' afWijSneAtifot 2-bbt- ' Padl i . phone ' FOR SALE^S HENS, 3 ganders, all white. Henry Dacken, Byrt, 7 mijes north, 3 west, % nbrth Algoria. ' - a 7u,* . , honfe 275, Algona.; ulatf | CASE BEER-— POP :• • ,'We fielSVer « : BARR'Y'S—Ph6. 343 ulatf FOR SALE—CLINTON SEED 'oats, Ames tested; also baled straw, priced cheap. John F. Cunningham, phone 2450, L'iyer r more. , „.-.„.« SALE ; — PUREBRED I TiCHesfer/Whitd 'gilts. March and I WRiril farrow. George' Wolf, Lu- . &rfle, Co^With 36-F16.'. u5atf , * (3R t&mii-t NEW TYPEWRITERS! «j a cas'e of first come, first «d! We'now'have ori hand .«-! NEW SMITH-CORONA f S>ttp<|RTABLE ," ! ' NEW UNDERWOOD IISELESS PORTABLE: • ypewriter Sale^-Service _LGONA NEWSPAPERS ' f B. 'Call St., Algona; la. . -. a6Utf FOR SALE-i.700 bales clover hay, Wire tied, 'been ramed on. s Lefoy Schiltz, Bancroft. - ' - <a ?^ FbR • SALE-F-20 , „. WWMU 'f>« ?$ 'fe? kes ' ,^ as nia'rlifdMf 36-in: rubber, road'speed, ekceP lent condition. -Q.. A; Bjus"tr6m? Bur^Ia. - - -"•-' f "ft** ^f* j "* j t i i—UV-'J.AI^ DEERE MO- ctel A cliltivatdr, Edward Eden, „*«... di/. mileg . nonh u8a * f Oft'SALE—B'GAITBD AMER1- 6an saddle^ horse. Phone 604-J or' Henry. GSilenfeldt, Algona,' *- * u8a!3 FOR, SALE , cdupe, 1935. See Frankl's' SU«- dard' Station. Art Meyer, AlSoft'a. ufla 1 * FOR' SALE— 1959 J6HN DEERE • B, v/ith cultivator; and Mo. 52 pl«\v. Edward Behnkendorf, Lu- Vfej-ne. u8a* _ SALE— CLINTON OATS, ed, graded, treated, Ames tested. $2j>0, bushel. 100 bales clover and timothy hay. 3 miles east, V4 north Wesley, phone 2164. L. B, Erdman. u8a* FOR SALE—1947 LONG WHfifltfS base h'eavv duty Dodge-truck, used 3 mortths, 4000 m'fles,' tires li*4M.4*i3 i.—-*'J 1H| If*.!.-. . , M '. j . *1>A, brand , , 0 license. 'Caij'be , . purchased right, Duahe , E." i en sen, 515 E. Oak, Phone 056. u8a* -j— . — . — ..... . , . • 7f FOR SALE — IHC ENDGATE Seeder with grass seed attachment; John Deere 999 corn planter with tractor hitrih; eight-foot Kovar springtooth harrow. John Schnakenberg, 3V& miles east Irv' :ngtoh. Phone iS-FlCAlgonr- ^^^\^*l u8a _ Household Goods FOR SAL&-USED ELECTRIC washing machines, in good shape, $29.95. Coast tfc Coast Store, Algona. aYulS Wanted OFFICE HELP WANTED—QlffL for general office work and as* istant in bookkeeping. Experienced unnecessary. Apply in'- writing to REA office, Pocahohtas, Iowa. , u6'8a22 STENOGRAPHERS WAr/TED— Permanent • employment 40- hour week, lifei and hospi(a'l insurance available, ' pleasa'nt working conditions.' Apply" Jos . u7-8a!8 WANT TO RENT—GOOD TYPE- waiter for month. Write Bbx 400B, Algona. u8d* '\ N' SALE—ELECTRIC refrigerator, good condition. Tom Forburger, Wesley, phone 3193. . a7u* 'OR SALE—10 INCH DELUXE Evans oil heater with fan, near- y -new. -Arthur Plathe, Bode, . ihone 2577. U8a* WANTED — WOMEN TO WORK at the hatchery. Welp's Haters ery, Bar-cro.'l. uSalO • WAi; UED—HARRIED MAN FOR fai ' Wo.-k 3'-room house With lect'j._;:y. Earl Patterson, Ledard. U 8a* 'OR SALE—TREADLE SEWING machine and kitchen cabinet. Mrs. 1 EdmundcLarson, Burt. u8a* JEAUTIFUL -USED 1 SPINET Piano,' may be seen fn this vi- imty.. Priced to sell, Write U-mstrong Piano Co.; Spencer, owa. ' , U 8* '' *' i—!•*•—t -i i» i ...--_•- rf /1,>. FOR SALE—"MARION" S¥ED ' oats,, bin rim. Marion oais^afe nof subject 'to' Helminthes*Dof Mt %', n % ! L b '," K W flax '' cleafieS «nd 100'bales 1 oat straw, barn'stdr- ed. T. E. Lagerstrom, phone^l93 H11 i'f ' «. ' j. Burt. SALE—MILKING SHORT-' |hofn bulls. Robert Ringsdorf,' lrt ' A - . ^ • a6-7u*. . a8ii* FOR SALE—EUREBRED Duroc ' GiliS;'March"aria April'fa'ifr'ow' John F. Weber,, IrvinWri.-a7-8u* : . For Comfort ,. and L.ong Wear :/' : --". 1 ' : .,v'BpV":'.-:' BALI:-BAND v; Fpotwear With tfic Famous ;/ IRed Ball/ •>' . •• ' '. trade-marl'. FOR SALE - W. C. - ALLIS Chalmers tractor on rubber with p'ower lift cultivator, ligfi'ts i -• —- -»j. v ^, t^ 4 y*»t*LV7ij 1-lCli tO and power-take-off;' • one mire- bred • bull, milking Shorthorn strain, dark red/,'Irving-Hei'dfen- •with, Swea City. a 7?8u' FOR SALE— MODERN ,"new bungalow,^ 4 r'boms'an.d bath', oak floors, fine Abasement; '" " in t '.^ f 1 red /°9 ] y " tin -Marchif,-. 1, $8,500] 'See/ Joel, M. Herbsii^R E. and Ins./ A7(j27, 'FOR SALE— FIVE CHOICE ' Dt- roc 'Jersey bred gilts, late March |arrow. O. V. Harlan, Algona.'" ' ' , ;; ^'^'Ift,;. IB CLOTHIER •eulhold-Williams Co,v 4 (HMO, , i ' fcn^n wi IB JR^SALE—2-year-old house, . immediate possession, witK built-in cupboards,' ^onj^'oom, bedroom. Can be ilyi moved to own lot. Phon ••"*"- • u7-8a FOR SALE—GEORGE MILKING '' T «Jv7i *-*-^«^-'Ji.v\jjiy i»AAJjX\.H^ \J 'Piachine^gpoa'Shape,^used very;; '' r - * . " ' \' f ''"',' /' " e \!°ti8a x * .FOR.\ SALE — REGISTERED £, S , w . iss bul1 ' 3 y rs - oW. 1 . hill, St. .Benedict. / u8-9 9 * FOR teH *\ l ~M Algona. SALE—RED CLOVER see -. germ., purity tes^ec Drone, 3 "miles east,' 9 KBurt. . v'u?-8a fQR SA.LE,'—^MASSEY-Harri tjractoi;, 101 Senior,'with .qu^i r 'or. 2-I<5 inch'Radex'plow';"oh .Jber, AI' in first 'class 'coiid.!- Bn. Chatde.uJ. Scholt'es, iBj(n- feftt, la. fokffl to sell. u7-8a' SALE—DUROC GILTS'^to farrow. In March and April. Lyne Lynch, Fenton, phon^ m, Lone Rock. \ u7-8a* ^R'SALE—KOZY 12x16 broofl- house, 1 3 yr$. pld, Wayjife" jh, Fertton, phone 603, Lon'e \< ' , ''u7-8a* »R.r SALE—MEDIUM Clover, ^24;, alfalfa seed, $11.40; "hy- jfid%eed corn, $5, alltper bushel, iso| other bargains. Postal card tcpay for catalog and samples. 11& Roberts' „ Son, Postvjlle, vm a7,10 and"Apr s il SPOT- gilts, bred'to. Used Cars WANTED — MARRIED MAN to work on farm. 7-room house: Prefer man 55 -to 60, handy with power machinery. Starting Mar. 1 or 15 to Dec. 1. Inquire Algona Newspapers. , , U 8a*' WANTED IMMEDIATELY—RE- sppnsible assistant at the Call Theatre confection shop. Phone 36. ' u8a!2 For Rent jFOR SALE—1940 FORD coupe, $ good . tires, good' motor,, A-l £hape, Kelly Johnson, Coast-to•Coast Store, Algona^ ' 'a7ul6 FOR SALE—1935 1% TON In. b .ternational truck, A-l condition, good 10-ply tires, 13-ft. stock tank and grain box. Tom Sampson, Algona. N - X a7u* FOR SALE—1941 BUICK; 20x30 frame" bldg; 1947" J Diamond T Ton-truck. Heinie Fisher, 1 mile west 169 on Hy. 18, Algona'. ROOM FOR RENT — 414 S. Moore St., phone 699-LJ, Algona. ' v FOR RENT — UNFURNISHED room, running water, office or bedroom. Write Box 400A, Algd- na. - U 8a* Miscellaneous F.OR- SALE-^-^941 FORD, 'nevv 'tires, 2^ heaters, A-l shape Stanley Raedel, Burt. , a7u* FOR SALE—1936 DODGE ;pick- MR, good condition. Phone 284'1> Wesley, la. ' t a ?u* FOR SALE-il939 OLDSMOBILE -eight.' Good' rubber,, heater radio, defroster.. Owner gpne to Germany. See A. A-. Krueger Eo.ne.Roek, la. ', - ^~ f; , , • .We 'iW BUY and SELL USED CARS , See Us To Buf Or Sell. 'KENT MOTOR CO. . ' 4 . , Iflatf SALE—1939 FORD'S. 1 W B 'truck; good 'shape. Ray C.' A%irs«M*«..l T1.__J- -^ 1- _,... 1 —— ^ a S ^^&*I8& Dr f mm ^' *' P='76 and "Atiril -farrn«r jk rpU^r.^ ™:lt_ *-. JiSse gilts ' s . f s have -beeri :fed -a good 'lif op'd sow ration. Priced to sell. O. T/'CRer- east of Lone Rock. FOR SALE 5 —-pLIN'TON'OATS: •oVerhe.ad.bin., '$2 bq. bin' run! E. A. Sleper, >Burt,-phone'31.'''-'"" -'" ' • •" nH-/*" UlAlStf FOR §ALE—1939 V-8 ' Ford, 2, do'or. >Erhest v Votteler, phone '33-ll/,Fenton. la. *-».>in m i ACRES-PA^O" ALTQ'-CD:^ i ^°',??r,es of-. ( gQod p'roducstiye : %«P ize operator. Good .tile „*„„,, age.^ystem, good set of buildings, Located' on gravel, ' ElectFicitv, 2M- miles from town.. .Po'slessjon is available "in a few days. $165 on nnt*a /^t««J 4- nuu Jr_ |F *i _ i. i FOR- SALE—1939 F.QRD TRUCKl ^19'45j;ni'6tor,,"~-new 'radiator,' 4 stood t'ire 1 ^, 1 sh'ort wheelb'ase. Allen " ' ' u8a* " FOR'SALE—1938 DE'SOTQ DJ3- '\ 'Luxe', 'with overdrive,- heater', ver-y x clean. James Christensen. •;phoneJ67 or 69,'Burt. , u8a* . -' ' '"' ' ' £^f . ., j BASEMENTS DUG, GRAVEL, strippings, fills, mashed sand and gravel hauled. Geo. Schumacher, Irvington, la. a7u* $5 REWARD FOR INFORMA- ' tion leading to rental of 3-5 room unfifrnished apartment or house. Write Box 400, Algona. a7u* SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS 'in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. ulatf COAL Complete stock on hand. > Be Safe v .."Call- 1 234 Raesly Lbr. Co. yV.tyfel B. Griffin,,Mgr.,,: .yjatf For All Types Concrete Work READY-MIX CONCRETE ' Delivered to your job /Phone 166 *'•••' i ,,HEAPY-MIX CONCRETE & 'f SUPPLY CO.' -»• " •... Algona. ' u4atf IF YOU PLAN TO GET A SILO, ' write 'the undersigned for further information. Theo. T. Moe'nJ'l ' Bricelyn, Minn. . a5-9ul7 f INLAnJD LINOLEUT/I — LINO- wall tile laid by experts." .Custom "/'irk.' Cowan Bldg. ,' Supply Col: Algona 1 . ul.atf SANDING AND REFIN- Heavy commercial . Portable - power nla^nt. Cowan Bldg. Supply-Co. ishing. Algona, phone 275, «*£t>ii..fc rftw ulaff r,""'r 5o. 19th "£ 'NfeBjask^. FQR . and 3 extra lots Algona, several low priced lots— See^oel Bjf} "Heftat, Rleai'Estate &-ns' '" ^ % '* -<- tt'-u,,, < 'f,l!f r-.r--"^ Wim:pOSSES8|pN —A?reag,e, 1 ^.aV^s..^^!^^"-' ]4ttf e ' ion, ,^,_ r , „ „ Real Estate sTlns" ' u8a28 • It Vr i f f t f ^i "C«T *r ~~ **^ T T*ft.*3B*V*~ &, Wi**;'.A(lvffli(a' V'jWt.fift^UBHMi APS AT SiA' 1 Saturday, Feb. 28 1:30 P;M, So, Hall st, first farm south Algona 1 'I * _ isey heifer ealfs, 5 and 7 months? 1 ^tff^ §hf?!f«nd pony, 1'ypar; 1 Doming 3 ', yZeor pld.mqre, 1 put of spptte^ horse qn^j brecj tp .spotted hqrse^ safe for kids; 1 manuj-e c; 1 triple box rubber tired wago^n; 1 eader, rubber injfrpnt; ^good single f jvators; moWer and rake;\jurnp wag^ 2 'ptamp. josks, ne^rJy new, ent wprrn PJ?.ff ,|l|9wb|e gear; 4 section harrow? 1 Far- B(fijfs Jrltnd hog'wqterer; 1 KJudsen tank he«t- 2 >et§ good |rirne§i (I ftoj horse sollars, $1 sis§s; 2 «§tVJ(y d bunk, . t •• Tk -, . FASHIONS Selections—Greater And the thrilling "new look" gives the touch of gay Spring to every garmen't! But it's a "new look" tfia/is practical'.ajitj wearable, too ... not extreme, but flattering new '(ong|sr, more swirly skirts, waistlines nipped in just right, bright new dressmaker touches here and there-and lovely new fabrics in suits, coats and dresses! Come in and see for yourself— how Woodward's can give you a lovely Spring wardrobe for less money! Juniors! Misses) tt tj WprnesnJ SPRING SUITS IP to 29^2 The Suit. qbjye i s only one of many! all new, dli'lKe latest. Wool tweeds, wool coverts, wool crepes, and soft wool flannels' so easy to wear on so many occasions! Sizes 10 to 20, for Juniors,-M.isses, Women'. WIG (HMTt What'Is your choice? A dressy full length coat sTi^VfTe^Wopdwe/rds.has tHem all,'in cPBecTJ- t[f^j-new 19,48" Spring,''selection! New fabrics' and new tailoring give them the new, jo$k for^a'riew SpringFJuniors, Misses, Women'!"''' Such'a wide selection! Spuns, crepe, Romanes, Bembergs, .French crepes,' chambra'ys, 'sqer^ suckers-all fresh from the band-bbx}-^n| what a range of sizes:"9 to .17, 10 fo 40^3? to 52. 14'/i to 30 1 /?: Do drqp in q-hd'see'our n«u< /IrAccael' i , , •' '' ' >'" new dresses) • i j »' '•

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