The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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, 0*| Maine* ' - Tuesday, Mfirth 9, 1941 ........ ,.j., ...... . , '' Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES-One charge for two )ns«iion«. Minimum charge, SOc,' 12 W6*da 6* less, cash in advance. fetch additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance; when charged: fie pet word* Blind ads 2Sc extra. Each classified ad will tun once in bolh ihe Tuesday and Thursday paper, for only 6n« For Sale FOR SALE — SMALL 5 ROOM house, East Oak St., priced to sell. Phil Chase, phone 7G2-W. FOR SALE—NEW KEWANEE 4. section harrow with folding drawbar. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Ul0al2 HOUSE FOR SALE IN ALGONA, 409 So. Thorington. Modern. 5 rooms with bath. Contact Wm. Bunkofke, phone 17-F62, Swea City, Iowa. ulO-lla* FOR SALE—3 ROOM HOUSE, 823 No. Minn. St., basement, water, electricity, sewer. H. W. Lyon, 756 Burr St., St. Paul 1, Minn. ulOa* FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- shirc gilts to farrow in April, May and June. Baled timothy hay. Lawrence Hansen, Wesley. ulOalS* FOR SALE—ALFALFA HAY IN barn. 12&14 Kozy brooder house. Walter Elsbecker, Bancroft. ulOa" OVER 200 ITEMS OF MACHIN- ery! At auction across North Bridge on Highways 16 and 71, JACKSON, MINNESOTA, Monday, March 15. Sale starts 11:00 a. m. 39 tractors, new and used; 31 plows, all makes; 17 combines, new and used; 22 tractor discs; 19 two and four row planters; 9 spreaders; 4 swathers; 29 corn and field cultivators; 5 power mowers; 11 corn pickers; 3 balers: 3 elevators; 8 harrows; cars and trucks; threshers; binders; side rakes; loaders. Kable Motor Co., Jackson, Minnesota. ulOa* FOR SALE — 15 FT. BLOUNT disc, in good condition, 2 years old. Joe Mergen, phone 30-F31, Algonal ulOa* FOR SALE—NEW 2B CLIPPER fanning mill with elevator. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Ul0al2 FOR SALE — MARION SEED oats. Raymond Nelson, Burt. ulOa* FOR SALE — 'JOHN DEERE Model B tractor, hydraulic lift, cultivator, good condition. Kossuth County Implement Store. ulOa* FOR SALE — RED CLOVER seed. Ames tested. J. J. Wadleigh, Algona. ulOa* HOUSE FOR SAI.JJ;—6 ROOMS and bath, all modern, insulated. Immediate possession. Located in Burt. Call 4 on 89, Tom Trenary, Burt. ulOa* FOR SALE — 160 A. FARM, 4 miles north from Junction 18 & 169, V6 west of Algona. Possession this spring. Bldgs., 100 A. plow land, 55 A. pasture, priced to sell, good "terms". See or call H. D. Hutchins, Real Estate, phone 832-J, Algona. . U9-10A37 FOR SALE — GOOD PRAIRIE hay, 70c per bale. Baled straw, 40c per bale. George Wildin, Algona. ulOatflG FOR SALE — HUMBOLDT County—160 A. farm, land level and the best. 5 miles north of Humboldt. If sold by March 15 can give possession for 1948, See Emmet Knary, LuVerne if interested. ulOa FOR SALE—14 FT. McCORMICK Deering disc. Joe Elbert, St. Benedict, phone 52F3. ulOa* FOR SALE—MODEL 1938 F-30 McCormick-Dcering tractor and 4-row cultivator, with power lift. ^A. L. Rochleau, phone 3182, Whittemore. ulOa* FOR SALE — MODEL A 4- whcel trailer, new tires. M. Bacon, Algona, phone 26-F13. ulOa* FOR SALE—NEW TYPE KOTO flax seed, treated and tested. Robert Black, Algona. ulO-lla* FOR SALE—NEW F-20 HYDRA- ulic lift-all pumps, complete. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. u!0a!2 FOR SALE—NEARLY NEW McCormick-Deering S-4 cream separator. Leo C. Miller, Algona. ulOa* FOR SALE—MILKING SHORT- horns, fresh and springing cows. Bulls serviceable age and younger. Aaron Steussy, Lu- Verne. ulOa* FOR SALE—NEW UP-TO-DATE Cape Cod home, 5 rooms and bath, insulated, oak floors, \yell built and complete, possession. $12,500. See Joel M. Herbst. a9u22 BUY AND MOVE IN—Seeley's new bungalow at 813 S. Jerome, 3 bedrooms, recreation room in basement, must be sold. Price, $8,500. See Joel M. Herbst. a9u24 FOR SALE—NEW BUNGALOW, 4 rooms and bath, insulated. till March 15 only, good terms, price $8,500. See Joel M. Herbst. a9u20 sausage .grifider^'Stee 32. 1. H, Sordhsen GrbC'ery FOR SALE— HOLSfBtN COW, springing heifer. M. W. Wolt2, Burt. , a9u* *» • * •> <u!f ',.*««, ^ ,;:;,;,,.-%^ SPl May be S6i t^*ic£cl fbf ARMSTRONG FOR SALE—SOUTH BEND range, With reservoir, in A4 condition, 703 N. WobsteVAi- gona. a9u* NO. 10 JOHN DEERE CORN picker to trade for oats. Orlan Rutledge, Algona. a9u* FOR SALE—160 A. farm, 5 mi. % west of Algona. Possession this spring. Bldgs., 100 A.'plow-' land, 55 A. pasture, priced to sell, good "terms." See or call H. D. Hutchins, Real Estate, Phone 832-J, Algona. u9-lOa MOTOROLA AND PHILCO CAR radios for 1 sale,—Expert Repair- Service on all makes of Radios— Genrich Radio, Downstairs Council Oak Store. : u9'10a* FOR SALE—BALED WILD HAY and straw. Wilbur Daley, Lu- Verne. u9*10a* RUBBER STAMP HACKS We have three sizes of racks for holding your rubber stamps in a nice orderly manner, On sale at ALGONA NEWSPAPERS One half block east of Post Office u9-10a* fewa - v , uio ^'-' Used Cars FOR DR SALE - tSc-OD, CLEAN 1934 Chevrolet,' go8d l\m and heater , priced to $611, Gift bi§ Seen' one block south and Iwa'east of Diagonal Grocery. Ray Pitman. ulOa* FOR S.ALE-1938 DfeSOfQ DE-' luxe, with overdrive, 'heater, Very clean. Mileage 16sS thah 35,000. James Chfistenserv phond 167 or 69 Burt. ulOa* FOR SALE ~ 1934 DODGE % ton pickup, m&toiv overhauled. Kressin Bros.* L&fte Rock. UlOa* FOR SALE - 1941'' V-8 STUB nose truck, new Mercury molar, 2 speed axle. Harold Moshcr, across from entrance of Call State Park. <• . ulOa* Large Assortment • BARRY'S RECREATION uGatf. FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. xt4atf FOR SALE- EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown n." Expert inspection, estimat- ng service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. ulalf CASE BEER ~ POP We Deliver BARRY'S—Pho. 343 ulatf FOR SALE — PUREBRED Chester White gilts. March and April farrow. George Wolf, Lu- Verne, Corwith phone 36-F10. uSatf GAS STATION FOR SALE OR lease. Inquire at Phillips 66 station, Wesley. a9u* FOR SALE—1941 W. C. ALLIS- Chalmers tractor and almost new cultivator; also 1947 Model C. Allis Chalmers tractor and cultivator with power-lift. Ervin Link, Swea City, la. a9-10u* SEEDS HYBRID SEED CORN, IOWA 4397, one of the best for northern Iowa. BENTON SEED OATS, certified, Blue Tag, $2.20 per bit. SOY BEANS — Earlyana and Lincoln. Soriien Seed Farm, Bode, Iowa. a9-llu* FOR SALE—RED CLOVER seed, 92% germ,, purity tested. Wayne -DrOne, 3 miles east, & mile north Burt. a9-10u* FOR SALE — PUREBRED PO- land China gilts, early April farrow. Aaron Steussy, LuVerne. ulO-12a* BAND SAW -^BENCH TYPE for home workshop. Ideal for hobbyists, cuts wood, metal, plastic, leather, etc. Special $14.95, factory to you. Lowest priced band saw on market, thousands in use. Free circular. American j Band Saw Co., 147 E. Lake, Min- | neapolis, Minn. ulO-12a41 FOR SALE — WALNUT LOGS. Philip H. Dorweiler, West Bend. a9-10u* FOR SALE—COMPLETE built- in cupboard units for kitchen, including sink, excellent condition. Living room suite. Dick Sorensen. phone 876, 411 S. Jones, Algona. a9u* FOR SALE NEW TYPEWRITERS! It's a case of first come, first served! We now have on hand ONE NEW SMITH-CORONA PORTABLE ONE NEW UNDERWOOD NOISELESS PORTABLE. Typewriter Sales-Service ALGONA NEWSPAPERS 111 E. Call St., Algona, la. a6utl USED CARS FOR SALE-1937 Ford, good condition; 1936 Chrysler, good condition; 1942 Chevrolet, new motor; 1942 Studebaker, new motor; 1937 LaFayette. Kaiser-Fraser Dealer, West Bend Auto Co., West Bend, Iowa. ., Wfe iHflLln J tHis Afty to fck* fcss OUF ;d66tt>|ipr6clatj6h far flo\»cfs ( 'eatds.' IfitterTand othfcf exp*res>ions of'kihdnesa ext^fid* ed toi pur son fi6b' while he was ill, 'M>. and Mrs. Meivin C, Thofnp^n. ' * a§u* CARD OP SHANKS • * I wish to thank all thok W so kindly tememb'efed me with ^ifts,- floWcrS, c'ard^ and letters illness-al the hospital at Fort Dodge.' Mrs. Mary Harseh. ,. - , ulOa* ,i!?V%' Jit. I ? I. ~. LAWN woWEfls SHAR^EMED; artd .ricdrtmlibrYed. fifing iHehl Bill LifdWif.' 810 S6UIH Phil? FOR SALE—1935 MASTER DE- Luxe Chevrolet coupe, good condition, motor guaranteed. Ben G. Studer, Wesley. a9Ul4 Lost & Found PLEASE—WILL THE PERSON who got a rubber that doesn't pair with their's Monday nl^ht at the Auxillafy meeting, return 'it to Mrs. Inez',Wolfe at *he Affeona Newspapers for exchange. ulOa* LOST-MOHAIR, ON Highway 18 between Algona, and Whitte-> mord. Mclvin Mansager, Fenton. ' • .''. a9u" ?OR SALE—MEDIUM Clover, $24; alfalfa seed. $11.40; hybrid seed corn, $5, all per bushel. Also other bargains. Postal card us today for catalog and sa:« pies. Hall Roberts' Son, Postvillc, Iowa., a7-10 FOR SALE—120 A. TO SETTLE estate. Rivcrdale twp. Make us an offer. 2Vi miles northwest of St. Joe. -Mrs. Mary Ann Kenne, Administrator, Whittemorej la. a8-9u* FOR SALE—BALED TIMOTHY and clover hay mixed; also al- and clover hay mixed; also loose alfalfa hay. O. V. Harlan, Algona. . a8-9u Household Goods FOR SALE — YOUNG HERD sire, Holstcin, 10 mos. old; ourehred. With papers. Out of 400-lb. butterfat cow. Dclbert Berninghaus, West Bend. a9u* BEAUTIFUL NEW SPINET Piano, may be seen in near vicinity. Priced for quick sale. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, la. u9u* FOR SALE—ADULT wardrobe; also bassinet. Phone 1008-J. a9u* Remember! ryrri is GREEN DAY and gravel, ha machetf ( frVlngto'ft, la, • .. 'iCJefc. gel/S- MS" 7 . ..,-— fEr f '$ ^o^yWjafiM-u' ""'•tir^: .-,/8tb; wilt tile laid x^ two- etts* ffl'ANtJ ftftFltf; _ _ 'fiflVy" 6finiftl6fclft» sffi'ht. " Portable-' Jowei fnGtrt/&fi Bttif* Supply Cr s id. phflnti 276. - Uiftti xN - :AT DEAN'S i \ ' .It '3, Ladies' Dress Watches •'""' M " ^ ' ' i • arsbaff-Wells Store • • -'\^ '\ f "' j You get twice asvmoin;2$|& H Green Stamps or; Friday when you make youMpurchases*' at Marshall-Wells. Hundreds of valuable- merchandise'premiums to trade your stamps in for! Ask to see the merchandise premiums. MENU'S 10 karat R.G.P. ' watch' with stainless ' steel • back, genuind leather cordi LADIES'- 10 karat R. G.' P. iwaich with slainlfess steel back, silk cord band. : Men's Ladies Water-Repellent BATCHES JMen<s $27.50 Ladies' $42.50 Incablbc, 'equipped, sweep second hand, > luminous /dial, "Stainless std«l' Si'ack".' 'Fitted wrth .durable gete.e ,srs watch ,'fdrltbusincss yrear, sports, on the farm. f< ' Men's, Ladies Watch Bands $050 " m caw* GIFTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAIR << -- •# 41 Every hair in place... " ''and,every bulge under control ... that's good grooming , the worldly wise way. 'Oossard's adjustable, lacing corset remolds and \ , continually firms your figure.. -. $6.50 -$7.50 -$10.00 '^•l Our corset filling department is , in charge of Miss' Rose Lampe, ', | graduate Gossard > corseiiere/', «who has a-diploma for her sey--|> era! 'courses,- in the Gossard School of Chicago. Miss Lampe ' '| , Will give your foundation garment problems' her personal attention and will fit you in a satisfactory manner .'Now is the time* to, select your newi ( Spring garment—it will add to your personal appearance. etrisckilles ej IT O S3. ISB FOR SALE — NEW FLEXIBLE lever type peg harrow sections. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, u!0a!2 FOR SALE—MIXED TIMOTHY and clover hay, in mow, 6 ton. Phone 3-01J. Harold Angus, V-j mile west, % north of Burt, Iowa. ulOa* FOR SALE—GENERAL ELEC- tric soil heating cable, can be used to wrap around water pipe to prevent freezing. 40 ft. long, 400 watts. Pratt Electric Construction Co. u!0a27* FOR SALE — 2 GOOD HAMP- shire boars, $75 a piece. Clinton oats. 'Raymond Laabs, Lone Rock. ulOa* FOR SALE—TWO 4-PEN HOG houses, 12x1(3, nearly new. Call Algona Newspapers. ulOa* FOR SALE — RED CLOVER seed, clean, home grown, good germination. 1 mile north, 1 mile east of Iryington, Clarence Siemer., ulOa* GRANULATED GONOLITE Insulation, frock Wool Batts and granulated wool- are available for your home, You too can insulate your own home. See us! F. s. NORTON & SON Phone 299 . aSutf DRY GOODS -LADIE5 -APPARi SPRING IS BLOSSOMING ALL OVER THE PLACE •{">«' ' / ' • Despite cold, snow and sleet, you'll find a -cheery welcome at this store. We, feel so clean and ffesh in our new coat of paint and our new carpet is so lovely and in- , / ' 'V •*"' - \ , * viting, that we, feel sure you'll catch the spirit of the New Season the moment you step inside, , . , > ,,„ . . ' * - t ' \ i ' Yes, we're "Blossoming all over the pldce''.;But the decorations are only half of the ' -• * b'SJ"^*') SSf, * story. It's merchandise you'll like\too, The,Jr|dw Coats, Suits and are so attractively priced and so.satisfactorily sol d that you'll find an added joy in $eleclin0 your Spring wardrobe at this store. • , „ / 1 . "s" And §o f we repeat, desp'ife winter's ynsea>9tt^|le blasts, you'll fine! Springtime here-a warm iwekome qnd a stock of «ppj|r|l that would do JMStiwJp,'any^ld in Mason City-or Fort Dodge, Assortme i^|fe larger thani ever, our feufirig " been painstaking «nd ortr prices are lowerSlhSn yow would expect. j\.* \ * Won't yew corrte ijv thii w§tk? >,ook er0Mfti.,9wr saleslqdies are as happy «i w|isrf f when yow ' teous and we things we h«iy« far ypy. IY l l^ r ^'^^.^~' ' *-»"^V^j -. '*,:**"/'**£ -?'''''.~4 ••.,'*,*'"-; ITJ^T.*" v.j, H ," «• • 5 "*^"i S mK-:M^. mm .**•'•:•

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