The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1945
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i: VMS'. afia" Mrs.ftosi! Baited at the ftoss Vaui home i« west Bend Thursday evening; 4 Mr. and &*?§'. ftfilph Herts, West Bend, ttere Sunday evening din-* fcer guests with Mfc arid MM, Cart :' Mrs. ISmilie Sletrts and sort, fir* &ln visited'• With. Mr. and MM. Henry Wichtendahl, Sunday after »oon. '• The Sunday school classes of the Lutheran congregation had a pic- flic at. the Soper Park at Emmets- fcuriTSuftday afternoon. .Mrs. Ellaworth" tteldertwlth r west Bend, spent from last week Tuesday until Thursday With Mr. 1 and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter dertrude and Mr. and Mrs. H, W. Behnke visited at the Herman Volgt home Sunday evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Lorance Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer visited the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingle home at Ledyard Sunday afternoon. ; Mi*, and Mrs. Paul Maas, Watei 1 166, and. Mrs. Mayer and gfand- dfiui>hter LfiVonna Kamus,- Lu- Verne, visited with Mr. and Mrs Ernest Meyer last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Erase and their two daughters and Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and fianny were Sunday evening guests at the Louis Braatz home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and Mrs. Ruth Schultz arid family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratfc Sunday at Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur tteiden with. Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend; and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hosertdahl spent Tuesday evening of last week at the E. J. Heidenwith home at Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred -Meyer and son Oayle, Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Qreinert and . daughter Verdell visited with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schreiber, Brltt, Sunday. Mr. Schreiber .was a cow tester in this :i rl For Sale Hayloader, corn binder, cream separators, hydraulic and mechanical manure .loaders. Milking machines, single' and double unit. Electric motors, 110-220, % h. p. No. 9 Horsedrawn 6 ft. mower. Fertilizer attachments for tractor planter. HM, lid, 2 row, tractor planter. Tractor hitches for horse planters. No. 62 combine pickup attachment. Tractor stalk cutter. 25 Tooth spring tooth harrow, 3 section. No. 46 Fertilizer attachment for plows. Tractor wheel Veights. Lift all pump for H. Farmall. Flare type wagon boxes. T. Green Diamond motor truck block assembly. Pontiac Parts and Service New and Exchange Magnetos Firestone Tires and Tubes Farm-Oyl Lubricants Used Machines Cream separators. Corn binders. 2-16 Little Genius plow. Electric cream separator drive. Algona Implement Co. McCormick Deering Sales and Service Phone 52 ;->i ^TO*»B*s^5iate an d Jones ---' • >: -^i$^&^ *&w$F AlgdM tfopif Pet Algona. town. August SO, 1948 New "State Fair" A moving picture that swept the nation by storm, some years ago, and that returns to the screen in technicolor with new stars and added glamor, comes to the Call theatre for three days this week. "State Fair" will be at the Call Thursday, Aug. 30, through Saturday, and will then run for four locality. - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl, of here, and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend, attended the funeral of Emily Heidenwith, 15, at Swea City, Thursday afternoon, held in the 'Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City. Mrs. 'Louis Braatz and daughters Mrs. Clyde Gingerich, Dorothy and Ruth Braatz, and Eldora Maahs enjoyed a picnic Monday at the Call park at Algona, in honor of Dorothy Braatz who will leave for Westgate, Thursday where she will teach in a parochial school. A group of women papered the Lutheran parsonage Monday as the Rev. Paul Weinhold of Snyder, Nebr., has accepted a call extended to him several weeks ago. He .will deliver his farewell sermon at Snyder, Nebr., Sept. 2nd, arid will be installed here in St. Paul's congregation Sept. 9th, and will deliver his first sermon here Sept. 13, as the congregation will celebrace its 60th anniversary here Sunday, Sept. 16. \ days at the Iowa theatre, Sunday through Wednesday, N. C. Rice, manager of both theatres stated. The original story is 'based on a state fair in Des Moines, and is truly an Iowa picture. Will Rogers played a leading role;In the original version. Cahrles Wlnni- ger, pictured above, plays the role in the latest version. ence made a part of this Notice, and which documents are*open to examination oy any interested person. 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 either at the office of the City Clerk or at the office of Howard R. Green Company, Engineers, Sever Building, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, upon deposit of Fifteen Dollars ($15.00), all of which will be returnable to bidders, and Ten Dollars ($10.00) of which will be returnable to non- bidders, upon the surrender and return of said Plans arid i 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 to the City Clerk of said City. Each proposal shall be accompanied in a separate sealed envelope by a certified check 1s- fued by a banking institution in the State of Iowa in an amount not less than ten per cent (10%) M the bid which it accompanies. Said check shall be made pay- ab !f ^ ^ e City of Al g°na, Iowa, and shall be filed by the bidder as security that, if awarded the contract, he will enter into c6n- -ract m the prescribed form and furnish the required surety bond in amount equal to the contract sum on or before ten (10) days after said award, and failing so to do said check, or the cash derived from the cashing thereof, small be retained by the City as agreed liquidated damages. The project is divided into two sections, as follows: Section "A", bitmunous construction. Section B," concrete construction. 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 days after the execution of the contract document and shall be completed in all respects on or before ninety (90) days thereafter. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to products and provisions growft and coa produced within the State of Iowa, and preference shall be given to Iowa domestic labor. Published upon order of the City Council of Algona, Iowa pursuant to a resolution adopted by said Council on the 27th day of August, 1945. ADAH CARLSON, 51-52 City Clerk. OFFICIAL NOffCE 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 the employment of necessary labor and service for the construction of certain street 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, towa, proposed plans and speci* fications, contract forms, proposal forms and other documents and data, which are now made a part of this notice by this reference, and that pursuant to the aws 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 forms of proposals and contract documents ! pr bidders, to take place before the said Council, at a regular meeting thereof, to be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall in the City of Algona, Iowa, on the I3h day of September, 1945, at 7:00 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 and make objection, if any there are, to said proposed plans and specifications and forms of proposal and contract documents. Dated this 27th day of August, 1945. ADAH CARLSON, 51 City Clerk STOVES HEATERS HIGH POWER OIL STOVES MONARCH & COPPER CLAD RANGES 2 BURNER EECTRIC PLATES WARM MORNING COAL HEATERS We Have A Good Stock Of Outside Red And White Paint CHICKEN SUPPLIES 5 and 8 ft. Flock Feeders 10 Gal. Heated Chicken Waterers •Kohlhaas Hardware School Opens Tuesday, September OFFICIAL NOTICE— INVITATION TO BIDDERS Street Resurfacing Improvements — , Algona, Iowa ' 1945 TO ynaoM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice -is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by Adah Carlson, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, at her office in the City Hall in said City until 7:30 o'clock p. m. September -13th, 1945, for the construction of bituminous resurfacing of certain streets in said City, all in compliance with the terms of certain Plans, Specifications, , and Contract Docu- : are now on file •in the, office of the City Clerk, are by this refer- * r 5«rvice corny ; iS % M<* Stafcf nV Phillips Sts. \w/ Harnw' ^ - /' 1945 Pack No. 3 Sieve Case 24 /I r. == Despite war shortages and other problems we are ready for school with as complete a line as ever of -available merchandise. Some items are not too plentiful, sp we would urge early shopping. Spiral Notebooks, all sizes lOc Loose Leaf Binders 60c to 1.25 Writing Tablets — .V____.5c Composition Paper 5c and lOc Music Note Books _ '„ _.', ^ „ _ lOc Loose Leaf Fillers, 2 and 3 holes_ m ^L4^,__^5c and lOc P e n Holders __,.______,.„ IQc Pencils ^-.^-2 for 5c and 5c Paste : '^w». i'i w^,.w'-™ v .. lOc Crayola*U ,*v ~ - --10c and 15c; PORK & BEANS 2 cans 29o ill ... 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