The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 7
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1.' t "^ ' J ' '. *'' ^WT? wftft ilefe a week wltH Ihd fill/ f He* •sus 1 ;. ftifivM here Iwo 'ago- frofu Omaha 1 . Mf. Aw» ls< employ &i*' by the LiV- Tool company her6. O, A, Afidetseft, who sufj d '.a h^art attack several *ks . ago, .is making progress 'ra recovery, btit she" will c, to take things easy for a ft/ yet. Mf. and Mrs, Andef- live on No. -18 north 6f V A1* 5V , , ft, It, farmetly rf igoha, will be graduated from University of Oregon in r She will have completed - fl coiir&e in public health nursing ' and she, is now \doing final case World v Mary and* her sister, Mm f Eleanor Peterson and the latter's - son -Jennings plan to come here in late* spring to visit their mother, Mrs. Mary Kain in Plum Creek^township, and with other relatives. -. - -.Tho Elmer Kelleys are io drive to Minneapolis Friday' to> bring home 'the son Gene for his art School's Easter vacation. / Mr, and Mrs.. Orville Duncan, ,,Who recently returned from Ma'nhattan, Kans., have fbeen with the August Slagles since then, will have -the Mrs. Gunn apartment in the Cook apartment (former ' Clarke-Vcra) house when . Mrs. Gunn leaves for Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Malhes left by car early in the week for Kansas City on receipt of a message announcing the death of the mother of Mrs. Lynn Mathes.' -way frwttl tflfd hay oil A. Schiptil fafm. '" L. B, Wyatt, 7 miles north "" ley. i a.mafttH or ad at hfime v they for somewhere"iih th , , » a ~ who for a week of two had been with her parents, Mr. artdnMns C. J, Sill, attended the .Sunday fifttftls*. Memorial servide f ?or'rier slsfcr Edna Mae Sill, and.' } wen home, that fli^t. Mr. andjMrs Guyloh,. wtto'"have HO children ar6 busy people. Mr. ,G.uytdn operates a gift -shop, aHd ' J MYs Guy ton is employed, in %joha. 6 the city's Jiifgest cafes , " Mr. an* Mrs; George M«Ma1h6n of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrl. Ronald Jenkins of W&Verly Minn,, attended, riiemoHal, a set- vices here Sunday" at the 'Baptis church for Edna Mac Sill.; Ci. Mrs. -ft. W, Caldwell go* hbme Saturday evening from Saff-An tonio, where she spent v ''tV\f weeks,' .She- was a guest, of Mffe Wm. Hamilton of Carbpndale 111., who ,wasi wintering^ "a*£ Sa'n Antonio. > ' f, \ * Mts. Inez Wolfa spertif^i weekend , at Belmond with -f6r- mer -neighbors, the Rev. " -and Mrs. \Y. L.- Patterson. There * are prospects that the Patterson son Major DoUglas 'Patterson and* hi family, -may return to the States this spring. < ' '7-i Bob Hicks,' employed at Ih'e'J C, Penny store at Mason City spent the'.weekend with his mottt- er Mrs. Chester Schoby and Mr Schoby. He >also Visited Vhis grandparents,. Mr. 'and Mrs. w C. Nelson. ' > Classified Ads . x CLASSIFIED RATES—One charge for two insertions. .Minimum charge, SOc. 12 words or less, cash in advance. Each additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance; when charged: 5c per word. Blind ads 2Sc exira. •»' .Each classified ad will run, once in bolh the Tuesday /and Thursday paper, ^for only one charge. r Wanted WANTED TO RENT — 4 TO 6 » room house or apartment by phranvtcist—James Drug—Anlee. . ! . ul2-14a!5 HEDP WANTED —.MALE OR female at once. Full or part time work. 'Algpna Laundry• & Dry Cleaners. u'12al7 WAITRESS WANTED—$21 PER week, no experience necessary. Titonka'Cafe. u!2a* WANTED TO RENT—FIVE 'OR six room, house in Algona" or Burt by June 1. Charles Davis? Call Swift & Co. u!2a20 WANTED — 1938 CHEVROLET motor. Lawhence Riedel, E. Oak St., Algona., u!2a* WANTED—LOCAL AND LONG distance hauling of grain, stock, sand, rock, gravel, etc. with a new hydraulic dump truck. Al Scherer, phone 384, Algona. • u!2a* CHIEF DRAFTSMAN MACHINE DESIGNER LAY-OUT DRAFTSMEN DETAILERS' Above are needed'for new plant of old established automotive '.service equipment manufacturer. Please give abstract of experience, education,' date available, and minimum starting salary. .Jos. Weidenhoff Inc., Algona, :Iowa. Attention.William F. Watts, Chief Engineer. allu42 WANTED — SOME ONE TO move into the late Ben Winkie house, rent free in lieu of caring for ,Mrs. Ben Winkie,' aged widow. If interested contact W. E. McDonald, Algona, Iowa, allu* K WAITRESS WANTED "— IN- quire Algona Newspapers. alluS ' "^WANTED — LADY WITH CAR, part or full time, $7 to j $10 for 3 hours work, afternoon or evening. No canvassing, no invest, • ment, no experience necessary. Writte^ Box 400; Algona.-- allu29 SINGLE MAN WANTED FOR , steady work. Prefer man with painting experience, but not -essential, Wages on either weekly t or monthly basis, Write Box 14, Swea City. \ t all-12u* ' MALE HELP WANTED—RELI- able man with car wanted to to" call on farmers in Kpssuth County. Wonderful opportunity, $15 to i $20 in a day. No experience o» capital • required, Permanent. Write- today McNESS 'COM-PANY, Dept-.A, Freeport, III. swers to name of Ginger. REWARD.- 606 So; Thoririgton St., phone 877-LW. allu25 For Rent FOR RENT — HOUSE''ON A. Schipul farm, 5 north, \y z west Algona. L. B. Wyatt, 7 miles north Wesley. ''' FOR RENT — THREE ROOM apartment. See Warner Johnson, Burt, Iowa. , ul2a* For Sale FOR SALE — ' LARGE -SUt»ER flame twin 13 inch commercial oil burner, nearly new. Burt Twp ( . .School Board. See . Delmar Artgus, Burt,- phone 17 on 92. FOR "SALE- — 'SIX"BURNE~R South Bend cafe gas. • -stove, with automatic oven and grill. Thompson's Cafe, Ledyard. u!2a* FOR .SALE — JUNIOR . boy's bicycle; also 75 Ib. cap&city ice box. Phone 956-W, Algona. '. ' u!2a* FOR SALE—PARTLY MOBERN seven room house 1 , possession June 1st. Bill Carman,- Burt, Iowa. , •?, u;2aj'4 HOUSE FOR SALE—4 ROOM'S and bath, full basement. 801 S. Jerome. Phone 928-J. ' u!2a!4 FOR SALE — CLINTON OATS, germination 95%, purej-see'd '99, overhead. bin. Harvey Reid, J A1- gona. ' U 12a* FOR SALE — F-12 TRACTOR, cultivator, and 18 inch«plow. Henry Blocker, 1-mile wesffBari- croft. , , FOR SALE—HALF STACK OF oats straw, Alfred Jergenson, Algona. u!2a* FOR" SALE — A GOOD* TIME Easter i dance at-Wesley, Tues., March 30.'-Music ,by Lynn Kerns. ' FEEJD QATS-*' FOR' SALE — Heavy weight Marionr "'-T. E. Lagerstrom, phone Burt 193. , .' ' ' Mf 'Ul2al2 CLOTHES^FOR SALE-SUITS, dresses, cpatg, and skirts—sizes 9 to lg. Cal}, 14-F4. .-.ul2a44 AVON PRODUCTS INC. NEEOS sales representatives in your cQirununity, pieassnt* profitable* work. Hours 1 at your convenience. Write P, O, BOX 523, Fort Dodge," Rawieigh business now open in , southeast Kossuth'County. "-" to J§00. families,-§eeV " . Renwjcfe, Is-, or write „ , Pept, IAQ'5Q5AA, Freep_9rt,JU, Lost & Found FOR SALE-REGISTEREjMJQL- stein. • bulls; serviceable ^age, Milton Madison, Lone Rock, -, . , „ , "\Jl3a* FOR SAliE— BROODER 'HOUSE, J2'x20' ( Double jfjRor, insulated ceiling, wired<for electriqjtjf; lu-ooder stove. -John Zeller, Bode, ' ' • ' ' Ul2i* FOR SALE ' Ames tested, Burt, FOR , alpike • mix.lure, Purety gecminiti?n tested,. 5 miles eMt 'on, Roa4, ' - -f^-^t s a <*'-rf ^"-« * ^v IS, /y Gflcs < '•> old i < ffTTftf w ^J f: Vf^ST^.J i ^&t" ,\ f *"' '^^S'i M^efcgf^tMt4^egQnlr5. ,8a* FOR SALE-LATE1945 HG Cletrad row crop tractor, 1 3 mites'south, 3-4\ w«st Hobarton elevator. Carl T. Grisham. ^ f Oft "12x14, alsd brodder tJ&ofge Steward {ihohe Algona. , SALE - McCORMlCK- Deering Big 6 horse mower, With tongue truck. Milton Madi sbfl, Lorte Rock, FOR SALE — TWO 5SO GAL|. heavy gauge underground storage tanks. One good used bath tub. FUNK & DEIM, Plumbing and Heating, 119 So. Dodge. Phone 83. Ul2a23 FOR SALE — CLINTON OATS. Taylor Implement Co. •FOR SALE^r RED CLOVER seed, 92% germ,, purity tested. Wayne Drone, 3 miles east, 3-4 mile north Burl. u!2-14a* FOR,SALE — BALED CLOVER hay. $1 a bale. Put up without r'ain. Roscoe Mawdsley, Burt. i allu* FO.R SALEp-F-14 TRACTOR ON rubber with riew 238 cultivator; also 10-20 McDeering. John Walterman, Ledyard, loWa. allu* FOR SALE—DUROd SOWS TO farrow this month. John; Cordes, Lone Rock, , -allu* FOR SALE—22 CALIBER SAV- age slide action repeating rifle, nearly new, $35; also John Deere hay loader^ solid bottom. George Christ, Lakota, allu* BOX CANJDY . > Large Assortment . i BARRY'S RECREATION u6atf. LOOK! HERE'S THE REASON WHY MILLIONS WEAR ONLY WOLVERINES I Come in today and try on the ONLY Work Shoe with both soles and uppers nade of Wolverine Shell Hbrsehide. SHELL HORSEHIDE WORK SHOES H U B Clothiers ' Leulhold-Waiiams~eo7 FOR SALE—REGULAR FAttM- .all tractor on rubber, good con* dition; IHC 14-ft. disc; 2-14 irtch Little-Genius IHC plow; cabinet sink with wooden base, in very godd condition. 1 mile we3fc,'<J mile south of Algona. Edmund Frideres, * allu* FOR SALE—BALEt) ALFALFA and Brome hay mixed. Alfred Grill, Algona. , allu* FOR SALE — JOHN DEERE model D, extra good, oil filter, lights, rear wheel cleaners, repainted. Carl Hanselman, Livermore, phone 2629 LuVerne. allu* FOR SALE—MIXED TIMOTHY and clover hay in barn. Frank Cruikshank, Burt. allu* FOR SALE — COCKER PUPS, registered, 10 weeks old. 1 male, light blond; 1 male, white with buff ears.and markings; 1 female, tan; 1 female, black and tan./ John Olson, Livermore, la. . , allu* FOR SALE — PUREBRED PO_'and China -gilts, early April mrdw. Aaron Steussy, LuVerne. ulO-12a* Deering tractor. Team horse's, 7 ahd 8 yea»s bM, with harness, collars and nets, Harry J. Thilges, 2514, LuVerne. AND SAW — B&NCH for home 'Workshop; ideal !of Hobbyists, cuts wood, metal, plastic, leather, etc. Special $14.95, factory to you. Lowest pfice*d band saw on market, thousands in use. Free circular. American Band Saw Co., 147 E. Lake, Minneapolis, Minn. ulO*12a41 SEEDS HYBRID SEED CORN, IOWA 4397, one of the best for north ern Iowa, BBMTON SEED OATS, certified, Blue Tag, $2.20 per bu. 98% germ. M. A. S. SOY BEANS — Earlyana and Lincoln. SorlJen Seed Farm, Bode, Iowa. a9-llu* FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. ChristensOn, Lone Rbck, la. u4atf . FOH SALE EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown rt. Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowah Bldg. Supply Cq., Phono 275, Algona. ulatf CASE BEEft — POP We Deliv« BARRY'S—Pho* 343 ulatf The magic of SWANK'S Pin Klip, with yowr own initial. An innovation you'll be prowl to- wear, glad to give. $2.50 Price S«V«Jt to Fidlral Tax HUB Clothiers The •.). j "What Will It Do For Me?" ' Plenty. You ,will have, use for it almost every month in the. year because it combines lightness in weight; with grejU warmth. You will wear it during the spring, the fall, nippy evenings for motoring in summer and on all but the coldest days of winter, will use it' for town, for country, for traveling, for . / clriving a car'and for almost every occasioiiwhere a coat is necessary, : » \ There is nothing that will givf ' . you greater pleasure and '" • satisfaction, t , ^ ^ M5- 1 / The tight CD Crotf'Country* What makes Dobbs Cross Country the most famous of all lightweight hats? It's light on your brow—you hardly know you've got.it on. It's light on your budget too. It may be neWs to you that you Can get Dobbs quality, Dobbs style and craftsmanship at such a modest figure. Make nO mistake about it-every man can own a Dobbs. And the wise ones do. HUB Clothiers LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS COMPANY ,, f -,. . <f .i #"ii i -i YOUR EASTER ties >by Wembley .Sgperba McCurrach r s^ ^ ^' ,•* , &"^Mj,i<\'' sSfeteaefr.* «-•'* he modern toych? You' reoltie-treot in "Abs.tr0ct Art,'* h? iv/i l' <^/^' frilfif '»'$:-' ^^t§J!f:!LS±^' l *«»*Vft New 2-Tone : Sport Suits Smart as a whip, and prac- tical'as everything—because 1 this is a suit he can:wear for dress, to School, a*nd get ' plenty of wear. Gabardine pants with two-tone tweed jackets. Sizes 4 to 12. JtoyiNewl' Dress Shirts •H»»n "Tcim Sawyers'/'are back! j Yes, Tom' 'Sawyer dress, 4 shirts here for boys. .Whites x • or stripes. Shirts that are „ noted fou wear. Sizes 6 to 14%. The "Rodej>" Coat Sweater An outstanding value! The "Rodeo"—a three-color, 'jacquard, 100% Virgin Wool ; coat sweater. Navy, green, brown . .-. with contrasting colprs. Sizes "4 to 12^—$3i.9p T

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