The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1965 · Page 14
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THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! • PHONE 295-3535 • 5c Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged UDM Want Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week! Algona Upper Des Motae* •Classified Rates FOR SALE, gen'l wvxrsi WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! WANTED - Cooks, L.P.N. or R.N. for nursing home. State age, reference and experience in reply, Write Box 157, Humboldt, Iowa. (46H*) FOR SALE -Boys20"practically new Bicycle and training wheels. Ph. 295-2326. (46) FOR SALE - Red Rider riding power mower, 4 1/2 HP engine, 24 1/2 inch blade, transmission just overhauled, A-l shape. $180. Roger Ulses, phone 66, Fenton, la. (46-47*) FOR SALE - Dark dapple gray mare, 3 yrs., gentle. $190. Call 295-2530. 46-47 FOR SALE - 1963CorvairSpyder convertible, 4 speed, 'supercharger. Owner overseas. Phone Humboldt 332-2691. (46H*) FOR SALE - A 100 Soybean Seed cleaned and treated, also Har- asoy Soybeans. Lloyd Wagner, 1418 Elmhurst Ave. 332-3108, Humboldt. (46H*) FOR SALE - Two 9' X 12' matched rugs with pads. J. I. MERRYMAN, 1015 So. Minnesota St., Algona. 42 tfn FOR SALE - Sheets of Aluminum 25 x 36 Inches in size. Excellent for repairs, other uses. Get them at THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO., ALGONA. (43tf) FOR SALE - 1959 Model F 100 Ford-Half Ton Pickup with 8 foot Styleside Body $500. ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES. (46-47) FOR SALE - Ten sows, due June 27 - second litter. PAUL BERNHARD, Fenton. Phone Lone Rock 925-3880. 46-47 SALES & RENTALS-FORESTED Travel Trailers & Pickup Campers. ELMER MAAHS, Whittemore. (44-50) FOR SALE - 2 Yorkshire Boars. HAROLD BECKER, Algona. Ph. 295-2067. (43-46) WANTED HELP WANTED Local route open to lady who can devote 3 hours or more dally, serving customers with home products in big demand. $2.75 per hour and up possible. Write WATKINS PRODUCTS, INC., L-50, Winona, Minn. (43-45-47*) HELP WANTED - Brick Layers to work on Immaculate Conv ception Parish Center, Graettinger, Iowa. Apply at Job site. ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO., Emmetsburg, la. (44-47) WOMEN - Excellent earning opportunity, college girls, teachers. Call 295-5491 from 9 a. m, to noon or write Box 174, Algona, la, (44-49*) FOR FUN and GOOD EARNINGS, Avon Representatives will tell you it's easy to sell fir.e products, full or part time, it's profitable, Openings, Wesley Union twp., and St. Joe. Write or call LORAJNE BIXLER, Algona, jQwa, (44-46-48*) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 2 1/2 Bedroom Home - 1 bedroom, bath, living room, dining room, kitchen down; plenty of kitchen cupboards, nice oak floors downstairs; 1 large bedroom upstairs, and small room; also, large walk-in closet; dry basement with new water heater. Pavement and curb and gutter. EXCELLENT LOCATION. Immediate possession. Priced to sell NOW. $6,600. See at 502 South Moore or phone 5-2340. (46-47*) FOR RENT FOR RENT - Modern well-kept farm home near Lone Rock. Phone 295-3356. Algona, la. 42tfm FOR RENT - Two bedroom apartment. Logan Apartments. Inquire Hotel Humboldt. Phone 332-2124. (46H*) FOR RENT - 3 room apartment, private entrance, private bath, all utilities, carpet, drapes and curtains, stove and refrigerator furnished. Call Humboldt. 332-1672. (46H*) FOR RENT - New Duplex apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air conditioning, garage attractive rear deck. Lawn care. Phone 332-2760. Humboldt, Iowa. (46H*) Card of Thanks puyer Won't M»k e That CARD OF THANKS A most sincere thank you to all my relatives and friends for the flowers, cards, gifts, spiritual bouquets and visits during my recent hospitalization. Mrs. Milford Plathe. 47* CARD OF THANKS The recent bereavement which has visited our home has brought to us a greater appreciation of our friends. Such kindnesses and neighborly thoughtfulness can never be forgotten. The Wesley Mains Family. : 46 * ~~~ CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank friends and relatives for remembering me with cards, flowers, visits and good deeds done for my family while I was at Mercy hospital, Mason City, and St. Ann's. Mrs. Arlene Gerdis. (46) CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their expressions of sympathy and cards; also for the food brought in and the ladies who prepared the dinner and those who helped in serving. Your kindness will long be remembered, Josephine Heinen & Brothers and Sisters. * 6 * ~~ Mediterranean civilization was based on wheat, wine, and the olive. Prepare Land For New Wafer Tower, Wesley WESLEY - Five large trees were removed from the grounds south of the power house last week and many large branches cut from three large trees on the west side of the lot and several to the east. In August a 110 foot, 75,000 gallon water tower is to be erected. It is expected to be completed in October. - o Anna and Ethel Flom were dinner guests of Alice Hill and Mag Bleich Tuesday at the Johnson House in Algona. Anna and Ethel left Friday for Wheaton College where they will attend summer school for four weeks. They are kindergarten teachers at Corwith-Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Cink, Gretchen, Maria and Steven left Wednesday for Wash. D. C. to visit their daughter and sister Sylvia who is employed there. Mrs. Lucy Brabec returned home Tuesday following a visit with her daughter and family, the Herbert Rice's at St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. N. F. Weber entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Mary Rockwood was a guest. Minnie Frimml will entertain the group July 1. Anna and Ethel Flom drove to Rochester, Minn. June 13 where they joined a group of friends at a dinner party. The friends included Mrs. R. Berntsen and Mrs. Road of Muskegon, Mich., Sophia Berg of Lacrosse, Wis., Mrs. Renelia Egland, of Houston, Minn., and Mrs. Gustarsen of Van Couver, Washington. They spent the afternoon in the Egland home. Mrs. Veva Lease returned Tuesday evening from several days over the June 13 at the home of her cousin, the Cliff Burrells at Urbana. Sunday, she attended a family reunion there. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode, accompanied by their daughter and family, the Kenneth Prohas- kas of Duncan, visited their son and brother, Paul Bode, at Charles City June 13. The Wesley 4-H club and their families held a picnic June 8 in the city park. Talks were given by Dan Skow and Chris Nygaard, former member. The boys downed their dads 4-0 in a softball game. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kunkel, Danny and Larry, and Mrs. Kunkel's mother, Mrs. Henry Zeimet of Bancroft, spent the June 13 weekend in Dubuque, where they attended the wedding of Joan Heiar of Springbrook and Don Swanger. St. Joseph's Guild held their regular meeting Tuesday evening. It was announced that the annual Turkey dinner will be served by the parish August 29, Circle 4 served lunch, followed by 500, Colleen Studer and Lucille Nelson were prize winners. Norbert Hilbert and Connie spent several days lately fish" ing in Northern Minnesota. Sister Mary Pamian, the former Adele Dougnan, and her campanion, Sister Mary Peter of KalispeU, Montana, spent several days last week in the for- Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnei Tuesday, June 22, 1965 mer's parental Elmer Doughan home. They all were Wednesday guests in the Leonard Arndorfer home. Another Doughan daughter, Mrs. Jim Walmsley and family of Sac City, were also guests at the Arndorfer home. Mrs. Ray Hansen was brought home from Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesday. She had been a patient there three weeks for amputation of a leg. Ruth Jongewaard, Nancy Funnemark, Sigrid Johnson, Dale and Don Simpson, Marvin Carlson and Dickie Fox were graduated from Bible Institute at the Evangelical Free church by Rev. Percy Carlsson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and three daughters and sons in-law attended the 60th wedding anniversary open house in Algona June 13 for Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss. They were the Gary Larsons, Britt, James Bishops, Marion, and the Roland Kouskis, Des Moines. Methodist Circles met June 16 for re-organization. Circle 1 at Olive Erdman's chose their hostess and Maureen Harr as officers; Circle 2 at the church with Marilyn Weiland. They chose her and Mildred Baylor and Veva Lease; Circle 3 at Fred Edens chose Opal Nygaard, Dorothy Henderson and Delores Madsen. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Price helped their son Bill Price and family mbve from Crystal Lake to Forest City Wednesday even ing, June 16. Mrs. -Viola Studer spent several days over the weekend in Minneapolis visiting a brother, Harold Luken, and a sister, Mrs. Adelia Thistlewood . and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bode and: family of Broadhead, Wis. spent several days over the June 13 weekend at his parental Mrs. Justine Becker home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ackerson and family left Wednesday for a vacation in Cherokee Village, Ark. 'Custom Dfdpery Headquarters By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure - Be Right { , See Bjustrom Furniture, Algona This announcement it neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy any of thoso securities. This offer it made only by the Proipcctut. A New Issue June I. 1965 1,000,000 SHARES Peter Piper Packers, Inc. LeMars, Iowa Common Stock No Par Value Price $2.00 Per Share Copies of the prospectui may be obtained from tn« Underwriter or its authorized representatives. „.„.,._ R. N. Bickert Master Securities Co. Algona - Iowa 416 Commerce Building Siouy City, Iowa Authorized Representative Offered to Iowa Residents Only. June Special ALL FRONT TRACTOR TIRES AT A SPECIAL PRICE FOR JUNE - GIVE US THE SIZE and ASK FOR QUOTE JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE So, of Algona Hotel - Algona, Iowa

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