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fhe Algoita tfope* Bea Moines, AfgtHiti, t«ws, April 8, IMS • .. , , .. ' - ,-, - '- :' ' THREE SPENCER TWINS HERE TO VISIT MOTHER Mrs. Emily Spencer has been enjoying a visit from three of her four sons during the past three weeks. Sgt. James Spencer was thn first to arrive home and will leave today for Hot Springs, Arkansas. after three weeks in Algona. He has been in the army about four years and for 37 months of that time was stationed in the New Guinea area. He is home on rotation and after two weeks at the Hot Springs resort which has been turned over to service men home on rotation, will be reassigned to duty. John's Wife in Australia James' twin brother, Capt. John Spencer, was here from Thursday until Saturday of last week. He is stationed at the Army Air Base at Great Bend, Kans., where he is doing administrative work in the air corps after about 2% years in Australia and New Guinea. He married an Australian girl and has a small son, John, Jr., both of whom expect to join him in the U. S. in June. The boys' older brother, Wm. Spencer, came home Easter Sunday from Whittier, Calif. He has had his pre-indUction physical and expects to be inducted into the armed forces from Algona in about two weeks. Robert In Italy Bill's twin brother, Robert, is with the armed forces in Italy and is a corporal in the army. Ht» and his wife visited in Algona sometime during the past two years and Bob was sent overseas shortly after, his wife returning to the west coast where her mother lives. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 19 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. II advertising agents ' charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive le commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: 100 bales of hay, red clover and timothy mixed mostly red clover. Sliced bales Lawrence Hansen, Wesley. 14 FOR SALE: 200 acres in Northwest Hancock Co. Very highly improved. Lays perfectly. A beautiful farm. Paul M. Seeley, Hiu- chison Bldg., Algona. al4' h FOR SALE: Trailer house 16'xS' good tires. Practically modern Priced to sell. See Emmett Knary LuVerne. 14* SEED POTATOES: Cobblers, North Dakota Certified, $5.00 cwt. O. H. Stoeber, Fenton. 14-16 : FOR SALE: McCormick Deeriug 10-20 tractor and Oliver 2-14 tractor plow. Carl Mortensen, Fenton. 14 FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire fall boars, good growthy individuals. Albert Larson, Ayrshire. Iowa. 14-17* FOR SALE: 40 good Hampshire sows to farrow latter part of April and 1st of May. Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock. 14* FOR SALE: 2 occasional chairs, small table, set of 3 smn.ll matched rugs. 425 No. Hall, Algona. 14* FOR SALE: Cement mixer; also good for mixing feed. Clarence Fraser, 108 No. Blackford St. 14-15* FOR SALE: Latest model 18 n. Int. disc, 18 in. disc blades with chilled boxings. Also can be converted into a tandem and in fine condition. Also one two bottom 14 in. Massey Harris tractor plow. H. J. Sherman, 621 E. Lucas St., Algona, Phone 890-W. 14* FOR SALE: Stack of timothy hay. gtenhgn tns 17=FS1," AlgVtn Irvington, Phone FOR SALE: Guernsey cow, fresh with fourth calf in April. Price $100. Clark Orton, Algona. 14-15 FOR SALE: New electric sheep clipper, Model 31 Sheermaster. Kyle Keith, Burt. 14* FOR SALE: Some good Spotted Poland China brood sows; one Holstein cow; some Shorthorn heifers to freshen. W. A. Marty, 5 miles northeast of LuVerne. 14-15* FOR SALE: 12x16 brooder house, good condition, well built; also brooder stove. Douglas Wildin, Phone 914-W, Algona. 14* TWO FRESH DONUTS and cup of coffee, lOc at Consumers. 12 FOR SALE: 1938 Chevrolet I 1 /-. T. truck, 7.00x20 tires and 14 ft. stock and grain box with folding stock rack. Irvington. Glen Adrean, 12-14 WANTED: Good used 10-ft. horse disc. Philip Arndorfer, Algona. St. Benedict telephone. 14* MEN WANTED: Three or four men for piece and day work on tiling job. Extra good wages. Phone 123, Burt, or see Ben J. Sorenson, Burt. 14* WANTED: To buy wool at top prices. Will also shear sheep. S. A. Gardner, Phone 13-F31, Algona. 14-15* WANTED: Girl for general housework in oil heated home, kitchen all electric. Only two in family. No entertaining. Good wages. Call at Upper Des Moines office or write. 12tf* FEMALE HELP WANTED: To candle and pack eggs. 45c per hour to start. Time and a half for overtime. Further increases when you become experienced. Vacations, sick pay, rest periods. Apply through U. S. Employment Office. Swift & Co. 13-14 WANTED: Married man for farm work. Year around job, best of wages and extras. House with electricity furnished. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. lOtf Miscellaneous WE WILL TEACH part time—.full time, pleasant interesting, steady employment. Come in for interview. Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners, across street east of court house. 14-10 WE ARE AGAIN open for business. Subway . Shoe Repair, under Council Oak Store. 14* FARM BUYERS, re-location and others, investigate our plan of .cans; which have saved our members thousands of. $$$s in Lower interest costs, in Addition to most favorable terms. No charge for full details. Ask us. H. D. Hutchlns, Sec'y-Treas. Algona Nat'l Farm Loan Ass'n 110 So. Dodge Street, Algona HOME CANNING SUGAR PROGRAM SET OP BY OPA Plans for the issuance of canning sugar to housewives in the 64 Iowa counties comprising tha Des Moines OPA district, have been completed, it was announced today by Walter D. Kline, director of the Des Moines OPA district. ' Sugar supplies, Kline pointed out, are feeling the pinch of a long war. Stocks for this time of the year are the lowest since the war began. Military needs are high. Ships that otherwise might be bringing sugar into this country are hauling supplies to the battle fronts. Manpower and machinery for refineries are scarce, and substantial increases in production are unlikely. Nevertheless, if only those people who will actually use sugar for home canning apply for it. there will be enough to preserve as much fruit as was prepared in homes last year, the OPA official said. Housewife Must Apply The plan to be used, while representing an enormous workload for the War Price and Rationing Boards, will be comparatively simple for the housewife. Application forms will be available at board offices April 20. The form contains instructions for figuring the amount of sugar needed for this year's canning as well as a few questions about the amount of canning done last year. The housewife should fill out the application completely, attach Spare Stamp 13 from War Ration Book 4, one stamp for each member of the family covered by the application. Then send the application to the board either by mail or personally. By mail is desirable as the board will not be in position to act immediately on the applications and so time will be saved for the applicant as well as the board. The board will mail each applicant coupons for the total amount of sugar to be actually used for home canning, using coupons good for five and one-pound purchases. Kline stated that before a five-pound coupon could be used it must be signed with the name'of the person applying for the sugar. Kline concluded by declaring WHO Radio Singer* Mere Foi* Three Show* Tuesday Next Week Jerry, yodeling cowboy and probably the most popular western singer in this section of the country, will visit this city Tuesday, April 10, at the Call Theatre, matinee and two evening appear- Pfc. Everett Black, IrvJngton, to South Irvington: 'Pfe, Everett Black b: Burbnnk, CaMf., has been visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Black. Everett, who Is a mechanic in.,the air corps, Will no AT go to Alexandria, La,, lor further mechanical training, this is the first time, in several years that the entire 1 family of Mr. and Mrs Black has been together and in honor of the occasion they entertained at dinner on Easter. Others present were ..their son arid wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black and also their daughters' Ruth of Elmhurst, 111., and Evelyn of Sac City, Mr. and Mrs Ronald Gardner and the Irving Urch family. that in this situation OPA had to tighten up. "We cannot afford," he emphasized, "an over- issuance of home canning sugar such as occurred last year when throughout the country we used 300,000 tons more than the total allotment." Tel. 205-W 13-14t£ ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 'or 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tl ELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free in- ormation on ceilings. Hoenk Moor Service, West of Court House. 36tf WE ARE especially equipped to repair ladies' Shoe Repair. shoes. Subwry H* FOR SALE: Two 2-year old pigg> Spotted Poland China sow Hiram Ackerman, Lone Rocl Iowa. 12-11 HYBRID SEED COHN State certified Hybrid No| 431 $5.00 to $6.50 per bu. No cor better for machine picking, o yielding ability on good soUs Early variety. Iowa 306. This Hybrid is als called the Improved 939,is a to yielder but a little later in ma turity than the 4316. $4.00 to $5.5 per bu. M. A. Sorlein 2 miles north of Bode 11-14 FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Typ A Blown Home Insulation in stalled. For estimate call De Leaneagh, Phone 767, represent ing Wormhoudt Home Insulatioi Co. 44t FOR SALE: Blue Tag seed po • tatoes and tablestock potatoes Different varieties and sizes. Bes of quality. Thoreson Brothers, • miles west and 3 miles north o Swea City. 3-t FOR SALE: Eagle water proo home insulation, "blown in.' Expert inspection, estimating serv tee, Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. phone 275, Algona. 20-3-Bt FOB SALE: SEED POTATOES early Triumphs and late Cobblers IHMM Per hundred from Red River Valley. East End Grocery, Al- 13-14 1 * SALE: Horned Herefort Bulls, serviceable age, both •grade and registered. Also 8 hi- grade yearling open heifers. For gale: Registered Hampshire boars Serviceable age. Joseph A. Skow Wesley. 13-16* Wanted or me- in, loca r g«*Sge 'LOOR SANDING and Refinishing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17-3-8tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —Ail the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric. Algona, Iowa. 1-U Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE SEE ME FOR Real Bargains u, farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf TYPEWRITER RIBBONS: All kinds of typewriter and adding machine ribbons. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. 6tf IF YOU NEED rubber stamps foi any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines. 40c and up. 13-tf THE SUBWAY SHOE REPAIR will welcome neighboring towns' patronage. We will be glad to welcome old and new customers. 14* PLACE YOUR ORDERS now for Commercial Fertilizer. Supply & Co., Phone 4-tf limited. Sargent 360, Algona. Garden Club Helps Tree Project at __ Schick Hospital The Kossuth County Garden club, which is headed by Mrs. Wm. Dau of Algona, has donated $10.00 to the fund to be used in the project of planting trees at the Schick General hospital at Clinton. This planting will be given as "Living Memorials" honoring the men and women who have been or. are members of the armed forces of our country. This project is not confined to garden clubs alone. Anyone who wishes may share in this tribute to relatives or friends who have lost their Jives, or as a gesture to our service men nnd Vomen. Schick hospital has about 2400 beds. The grounds at present are bare of shade trees, as needed in summer for protection for the convalescents when they are able to be out of doors. Unless trees are planted, the only shade will be from the buildings. There is something soothing and healing to bodies and nerves in beautiful shade trees with dancing sunbeams peeping through and soft whisperings in the breeze. Nothing should be overlooked which will bring health to our boys. The varieties best suited to this locale are Moline elm, American elm, hackberry, green ash, pin oak, red maple and Bollene poplar. If you 'wish to contribute to these "Living Memorials" any garden club member can be contacted. ances. With him will also appear Zelda, Cheyenne cowgirl, and Wanda Hargreaves, accordionist and comedy singer. Jerry has been starred over radio station WHO for the past seven years and is a handsome and talented young man. His great popularity with theatre and radio audiences is attested by the ever increasng flood of fan mail which comes to him at WHO, Des Moines. Jerry's popularity was recently proven when he offered a free picture to the first 100 people who wrote in and he received over 9,000 requests in three days! Such an outstanding personality cannot go unnoticed for long, so it is not surprisig that Jerry has also been featured in motion pictures. "Flipper," 8, Makes Trip to Chicago Alone Last Friday Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. P. V. Janse motored to Mason City and the grandson of Mrs. Janse, Phillip Thomas Miller, boarded a passenger train for Chicago where he visited over Easter with his mother, Mrs. Beth Janse-Miller. She is working in the Oak Park Red Cross station, Chicago, and .she enjoyed her son's visit greatly.. Tuesday night "Flipper," as he is known by his friends, boarded a train and arrived in Algeria Wednesday morning. He said he had a fine trip though at times he felt very lonely on the train'homeward bound. iowA, ...•'. ' BE IT OftlbAlNEB BY OtTY COUNCIL Of THE CITY , OP ALGONA. IOWA: Seetten 1. -That the Mayo? of the City of Algona shall receive as compensation t6f his services a salary of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) pet .yealV a«d in addition thereto, he' shall be entitled to receive for all cases tried before him as Mayor for the violation of City Ordinance^ the same fees as are now, or may be hereafter allowed by law to Justices of the Peace for the trial of criminal cases, but in no case shall such fees be paid by the City of Algona. ' • ' Section 2. That Ordinance No. 239 of the Ordinances of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same is hereby repealed. Section 3. This Ordinance T-Sgt. Ted Vera Is- Given Second Award T-Sgt. Ted Vera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera, Algona, has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal on the western front. This is his second decoration as he was previously awarded the combat infantryman badge. Ted joined the armed forces from here Mar. Snow Wrecks Union Farmer's Hog House Union: The heavy snow of Tuesday raised havoc with the hog house on the Louis Bode farm when the weight of it caused the the side walls to bulge and the roof fell in. Luckily none of the stock was killed though several sows were injured before they could be pulled from the wreck-: age. The building was of hollow 1 brick and measured 20x50 feet. 20, 1943 and has been overseas since March of 1944. He is now with the 9th army. Prior to his entry into the service he was bookkeeper with the Algona Grain Co. The citation reads: "T-Sgt. Theodore Vera has been a member of the 3rd battalion CP group since this regiment entered combat June 19, 1944. During this time his work has always been performed in a most meritorious manner. On July 2 194,4, dui'ing the drive on La Haye de Puits the battalion sergeant major was wounded and .evacuated. T-Sgt. Vera, then technician 5th grade, took over the duties of the sergeant major and performed them in an excellent manner. On numerous occasions he has worked continuously for periods as long as two days under very difficult situations involving heavy enemy artillery fire. At all times he has maintained an "efficient CP, contributing much to the successful operations of the battalion in combat." LOCALS Burt Girl's Husband In Paris Hospital Burt: Mrs. George Kinkki, the former Ardythe Dettman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman, Burt, received word this week that her husband, Pfc. Geo. Kinkki, has been sent to a hospital in Paris where he is receiving treatment for a fractured leg which he had injured while fighting with the First Army in Germany. Pfc. Kinkki is originally from Duluth, Minn., but with his wife had made their home at San Diego, Calif., where he was employed by Consolidated Aircraft. He entered the service two years ago last November, and went overseas last October entering into the European combat. He is a member of the 38tn Cav. Recon. Squadron, better known as the Panzer Grenadiers, and for wh'ich the nazi prisoners had a wholesome respect. It is said this unit was the first to enter Paris. Mrs. Kinkki is at present living with her parents at Burt. The Kinkkis have a daughter, Sherie Kay, 2 years old. ALL DISPLAY advertising copy must be in the hands of our printers by Wednesday noon to insure publication in the paper the following Thursday. The AJ- ;ona Upper Des Moines. 2-tJ Card of Thanks We desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to our neighbors and friends for their many acts of comforting kindness at the time of the death of our son, Aldon. We also greatly appreciate .the beawtifirf service, music, Sffwm and mjWBOjrial gifts- Mr. anfl Mrs. «*•_*.* '^-t ' ««.i.'ii_ ^v '-—j' .a__ii... <>i* Methodist Church at Burt Receives 26 Burt: Some 26 adults united with the Methodist church Palm Sunday and there were six infant baptisms, as follows: Robert;) Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton; Eugene Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lovstad; Joan Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Valentine; and John Chris and Kenneth Dale twins, and Merle Walling, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Woltz. The new furnace is installed in the church and is ready for use. This furnace is large and has a blower which makes it possible to heat the building with one furnace instead pf as in the past. Very foop now tbj work k on the wsfe pd eeil- Catherine Buscher s a new clerk at the Algona Hardware. Cecil Willey and son Jack of Chicago spent Easter Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Willey in Algona. Cecil's mother has been bedfast sinye last August. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Takes of Rockwell City were Sunday visitors here with Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Lavender, 316 N. Thorington. Mrs. Takes and Mrs. Lavendar are sisters. W. J. Becker, manager of the local United States Employment Office will spend most of next week in Des Moines attending a training school on unemployment compensation claims. Mrs. II. C. Aillaud came last week from Coronado, Calif., for a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Mary Boswell. Mrs. Aillaud's husband is a commander in the navy and formerly was a dentist at Whittemore. Harriet Brown spent the Easter holidays visiting here with her mother, Mrs. Rachel Brown, and grandmother, Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. Harriet is in her third year at Drake University, Des Moincs, where she is majoring in drama. Mrs. Ralph Black and Mr. and Mrs. Henning Froom of Bricelyn, Minn., were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hackney. Another guest at the Hackney home on Good Friday was Miss Aura Kingsley, a teacher in the Bricelyn schools. Mrs. T. F. O'Haire and daughter Ann returned to Des Moines Tuesday after 'spending Easter with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hist. Mr. O'Haire, who is a representative of a Des Moines machinery company, expected to spend the week in this section of the state. Mrs. Gene Maguire came home Wednesday from Norfolk, Va., where she has been visiting her husband who is a fireman second class in the navy. Gene expects to be transferred . from Norfolk soon. He has been in the navy a year. The Maguire children were in Fort Dodge during ^their moth- 1 er's absence. Sirs. Donald Reese of the Lakota neighborhood was a visitor at the Chris Reese home Wednesday. She came from Marshalltown where she had assisted in the V. I. Good home since the death of the former March 9. She and the baby daughter, Donna Marie. are making their home with her parents, the Robt. Eichenbergers. between Bancroft and Lakota. Mrs. Spencer has been spending several months in Mt. Lebanon, Pa., with relatives an4 returned! home only a short time before Tim ai*i*)trAs) H^Vus* K/\ve' thP Thomas McArthur Dies in Minnesota W. A. McArthur received a telegram April 4 telling of the death of his only brother, Thomas McArthur, 85, at his'home at Culver, Minn. The funeral will be held Friday, but Mr. McArthur could not attend as it was impossible to make train connections to get to Culver by Friday. shall take effect and be in full force and effect from and after April 1, 1946) and its legal publi- cati6n as required by law. Passed, adopted and approved this 29th day of March, 1948. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. The above ordinance No. 273 is duly authenticated this 29th day of March, 1945. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. (Seal) ADAH CARLSON, 30 City Clerk elthei- at the dffice of* the City C16PR 6r at the dffiee Of HoWaW R, Gfeert Company, Engineers, Bever Building, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 'upon dep69lt o* " Dollflfa ($15.00), " ' w hieH ORDINANCE NO. 274 AN ORDINANCE CREATING A STORM SEWER DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OF ALGONA, DEFINING THE LIMITS THEREOF, AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY ..OF ALGONA, IOWA: ' Section 1. That there be and there is hereby created within the City of Algona, Iowa," a $TORM SEWER DISTRICT, the tjpundaries of which shall: be the boundaries of the City of Algona, Iowa, and the area of which shall be all of that contained within the corporate limits of the City of Algona, Iowa. Section 2. That all existing ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. Sectipn 3. That this ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. Passed, adopted and approved this 29th day of March, 1945. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. The above ordinance No. 274 is duly authenticated this 29th day of March, 1945. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. (Seal) • ADAH CARLSON, 30 City Clerk. Jinj arrived.. was the w *pr uyi^ was s £«# OFFICIAL NOTICE Public notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, proposes to enter into a contract or contracts for the purchase of necessary material and employment of necessary labor and services for the construction of certain storm sewer improvements within the City of Algona, and that there is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona Iowa, proposed plans and specifications, form of proposal and contract documents for bidders which are now made a part o) this notice by this reference, and that pursuant to the laws of the State of Iowa in such case made and provided, the City Council has fixed public hearing upon said proposed plans and specifications and form of proposal and contract documents for bidders, to take place before the said Council, at a special meeting thereof to be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall in the City of Algona, Iowa, on the 4th day of. May, 1945, at 7:30 o'clock P, M., Central War Time, and that all persons 'interested are hereby notified of their right to appear at said time and place an4 make objection, if any there is, to said proposed plans and speci-* fications and form of proposal and contract documents. Dated this 29th day of March, Official Notice Invitation to Bidders Storm Sewer Improvements Algona, Iowa,. 1945 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given thai sealed proposals will be received by Adah Carlson, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, air her office in the City Hall in said City until 7:45 o'clock p. m. Central War Time, May 4, 1945, for the construction of'storm sewer improvements in and for said City, all in compliance with the terms pf certain Plans, Specifications and Contract Documents pertaining thereto which are now on file in the office of the City Clerk and are open to examination by any Interested person, and by this reference are hereby made a -part of this Official Notice. The City Council will meet in the council chamber of the City Hall at said time to conduct a hearing upon said Contract Documents and, immediately upon the conclusion of said hearing, to publicly open, read and act upon such sealed written proposals as may have been received by the Clerk. Bidders may secure copies of the Plans, Specifications, Contract Documents and Proposal Forms be returnable to bidders, and Ten Dollars ($10.00) of which will be returnable' to nonbldders,. upon the surrender and return of said Plans and Specifications on-or before ten (10) days after said date of 'receiving bids. • Each proposal shall be made Upon said official Proposal Forms, sealed, addressed and delivered ot the City Clerk of said City. Each proposal shall be accompanied in a separate sealed .envelope by a certified check issued'by tt banking institution in the State of Iowa in an amount not less than ten per cent (10%) of the bid which it accompanies. Said check shall be made payable to the City •. of <- Algona, Iowa, and shall be filed by the bidder as Security that, if awarded the contract, he will enter into contract in the prescribed form and furnish the required surety bond, in amount equal to the cpntract sum on or before ten (10) days after said award, and failing so to do said pheck, or the cash derived from the cashing thereof i shall be retained by the City as agreec 'iquidated damages. The project is divided into two Sections, viz., Section "A" and Section "B'V. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids on either or both Sections of the project. The work of construction shall be started on or before ten (10) days after the execution of the contract documents and shall be completed in all respects on or before ninety (90) days therea^ ter in the event a contract-on Section "A" only is awarded, or within one. hundred and fifty (180) days thereafter .In the even* ft eotttraetls, -bilk , Cdhiraet Will b6 awarded OH *ihe\ basis of th6 spoHslble bid received oft Section "A" alone, H Seatton' "B" is altfe* Inated, or on the lowest combined bid of a single bidder for bsth Seettons "A" and "B" in the event, a contract is awarded 6n both Sections. • By virtue o'f statutory authority,, a preference* will be given .to products and provisions grown- and 'deal prodtlced within thd State of Iowa, and , preference shall be given to Iowa domestic labor. Published upon order of th« City Council of ths City of Algona, Iowa, piirsuant to a resolution adopted by said Council on the 29th day of March, 1046. ABAH CARLSON, City Clerk. • - Brooder Houses CHICKS AND CONTENTS Protected from Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm Cost Is Low L S. Bohannon OverS&L Phone 103 Insulate Now! .' For A '";' :••',' Johns'Manville Blown Home Insulation ... Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf. DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, April 6 Carl Bean Orchestra 1 Tuesday, April 10 "Skipper" Berg Friday, April 13 "Cec" Turner - Orchestra Dancing: 8:30 P. M. to 11:45 P. M. Without Intermission. Easter Is Just the Beginning of Spring Here 1945. 30 ADAH, CARLSON, City Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 373 AN ORDINANCE FIXING THE COMPENSATION OF THE MAYOR OF THE CJTY OF AlfiONA, JOWA, AND REPEALING ORDINANCE 839 OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE; CITY OF AJL-GONA, H.W.PQST Dray and Transfer of all kinds W*< F*.9.1f ^j&f^fZSKEf diatom iwmtof. Rvery insured afltainftt !**•« o* •**^»fl# WM mptpiM^? Qgfl^q; jvw — ""BauiDnfad ta da AH JflfgPMfWW *W. ^r"» «•* The early Easter and the slow deliveries of Coats, Suits and Dresses has made it impossible to complete our Spring business now. We are getting in large shipments of very desirable garments every day. Suites There are still many suit-days ahead, days when you will feel "dressed up" in one of these gorgeous garments. Plenty of navy and black now too and many pastels that will give you a real; Spring "lift." All size ranges too, juniors, misses and half sizes in a wide price range. , Coats Cpats, too, are coming in late but we are willing to wait (as you should also) because these are made from early orders and represent finer workmanship and lovelier materials. All sizes and colors, and prices are very reasonable, Come here fop your Spring coat. Plenty of half sizes in dark colors. " ". Dresses Such $ beautjfui array of smart new Spring &nd. early swmmer drtsseg from well known and famous dress Unes. Ypu'U recognize the QUALITY of these lovely dresses—in all sizes, 9 to 17,10 to go, 3810;4$, and W/% to 26^, Come in new tbiUhe.Wg .rush is courteous treatment here.' x , •,'• Many N§w Hsts This Week Foi YQU •

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