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DANCES! Legion Ballroom Bancroft FRIDAY', JAN. 18 Lynn Kerns ' TUESDAY, JAN. 22 Scandinavians FRIDAY, JAN. 25 Al Mcnke TUESDAY. JAN. 39 Earl Hunt Order Your 1946 BABY CHICKS NOW U. S. Approved U. S. .Pollorum Tested Also TURKEY POULTS and DUCKLINGS. Early chicks make ffoorl money. You can't RO wrong on SVVEA CITY HATCHERY CHIC "B. First hatch February 16th. SWEA CITY HATCHERY S\VEA CITY, IOWA Phone 35 If Under the stars arc pledged Irvev joined fo be perfect os a 501 of Ka\nar Rings, . , . Here ii quati'/ supreme. Elegance o' workmanship ari^ design assures long lasimg toliolociioo. Prices begin ol $75. LUSBY AND GIOSSI ALGONA EXTRA CASH From l?200 to $500 Per Year A DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER Motor Koutc will enable you 'to have many post war conveniences without using your savings. A newer car, refrigerator, more life insurance, payments on 'a new home for just a few hours' work Sunday mornings. Route now available out of Algona. Write Box tii), Alsona. Give age, occupation, make of car. ST. JOE CAGERS DEFEAT ACADEMY HERE, 51 TO 32 By a score of 51 to 32, St. Joe defeated St. Cecelia's academy basketball team on the local court, Sunday afternoon. Winkel with 21 points paced the locals, but the visitors had team work and experience that told in the long run. They led at the half, 22 to 12, and were never in danger. McGuirc, Reding, and E. Gales led the St. Joe attack. Box score: St. Cecelia (32) FG FT PF Winkel _. —10 1 1 B. Winter 402 Wcydcrt 1 1 1 2 Holtzbauer -— 003 D. Winter .._ 0 0 1 Bicser .- 000 Erpclding 000 Weir 000 15 2 9 St. Joe (51) FG FT PF E. Gales 5 0 1 McGuirc — -I 3 3 M. Bormann - 'I 0 1 R. Kohlhaas 12 1 Reding 5 1 1 R. Gales 4 1 1 22 7 . R Thursday night the Academy will be host to St. John's of Bancroft on the Aleona high school floor. A second team same will neKin at 7:30 p. m., followed by the regular contest. Nexte Tuesday, Sacred Heart of Pocahontas, a strong term, comes here. ALGONA HIGH WINS, LOSES ON ROAD TUIP Algona high school hclrl second place in the North Central Conference, this week, with a win and loss during the last tew days of play. Tuesday ot last week the locals went to Hampton and were stunned by losing, 31 to 24, but bounced back Friday night against Clarion to win there, 42 to 32. Saturday night of this week, the locals play Manson, here, in a specially arranged game. Spencer was booked for Friday but canceled the game. Conference standings: Team W L Webster City 7 0 Algona 5 2 Clear Lake 4 2 Hampton 4 3 Iowa Falls 2 3 Clarion 2 5 Humboldl 1 4 Eagle Grove 0 6 Webster City turned in a non- conference win, Friday, against Sioux City, for 12 straight this season. LITTLE NINE TOURNEY OPENS LIVERMORE, WED. Livermorc: With eight teams competing, the annual tournament opens here Wednesday, Jan. 16. Competing are Bode, West Bend, LuVcrnc, Corwith, Renwick, Goldfield, Vernon Consolidated anci Livermorc. Drawings will be made at 3 p. m. Wednesday. Semifinals are Friday and finals Saturday night. Livcrmore is defending champion. Glen Brimaon Die* in St. Paul Brut»»6n, * Kosiuih courtly thttiff and Algona r*sid*nt f<tt fafttty years, died Monday ftlghi 5sv St. Paul, whet* hi* ton Alan and wife at» living. It U understood the funeral will be held in Algona Thuttday* Mayor's Court Has 3 Week End Cases Three cases were heard in the court of Mayor Frank KohlhaaP, over the weekend, two resulting in fines, and a third in which the defendant was bound over to district court. Nels Beck, Algona, was bound over to Lhc district court en a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was arrested Saturday night by State Highway Patrolman D. S. Hutchinson. W. J. Chase, Corwith, was fined $5 and costs on a charge of drunkenness, after being picked up on the streets here early Saturday. Ed Germann, Algona, charged with leaving the scene of an accident, was fined $10 and costs. A state patrolman filed the charges. Iowa has over 4000 churches and 2500 ministers and priests. ALGONA IOWA OGAREItE LA At a meeting of' title cfty eoiin* oil, last Thursday evehlh£, it was Voted to repeal the ejdstiftjt cig* arette law of the city, which Mas prohibited grocery stores frotn sailing them. / . : . IPhe law as passed is believed to be illegal, one Counolhttah said, and aa several groceries' have repeatedly called the mat- 1 ter to th'e city's attention, action finally had to result. The vote on the matter Was tied in the council, three for re* peal and three against, and May* or Kohlhaas had to case the de* ciding ballot. Tine cigarette ordinance was passed in 1931. Before the change can go into effect a new ordinance must be drafted. A new type grader was also purchased by the city tot snow Henry Mason, 83 Breaks Hip In Fall Henry Mason, 83, fell on ice near the Methodist church, Satr urday, and broke his hip. He is now at the Kossuth rospital. Other injuries from falls on icy walks struck Jeanette Sorcnsen, 10, who fractured her right wrist, and Jean Godden, who sprained. her ankle. Mr. Mason is the only one who is hospitalized, howcvbr. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES minimum charge S5c for !2 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents c h a r c e tlielr clients 4c and send cash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 2Sc. FOR SALE: New 4 wheel'trailer and tank box with 4 good tires. Mclvin J. Faber, Burt. 1-2" FOR SA-LE—Poland China gilts to farrow early. O. E. Ely, Titonka. 1-3- FOR SALE: Hampshire boars, fall, yearling, and spring. Immune and eligible to registry. Guaranteed. New stock for old customers. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 1-3* FOR SALE: 5 registered milking Shorthorn heifers. Bull of ser- viceable'age and bull calves. W. G. Kading, Lone Rock, ph. 3501. 1-3* FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa, also baled red clover hay. Priced reasonable. George Ferstl, St. Benedict. 1-2* FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa, red clover and straw. Louis Schepp- mann, Irvuigton, Algona phone. 52-2* COOKED A FINE DINNER; 5THEN THREW IT TO DOG ' Ono lady recenty stated that she used to throw her own dinner to the cloy most of the time. It made her sick just to look at anything fo eat. She wus swollen with gas, full of bluat, had headaches, felt worn nut and was badly constipated. Finally she got SYS-TONE jtnd .says she now eats ev- trything in sight and digests it perfectly. Bowels are regular and hormal. She is enjoying life once (jnore and feels like "some other woman" since taking this New Compound. 1 SYS-TONE contains 12 Great fferbs; they cleanse bowels, clear ^as from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get SYS-TONE. Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. C 16 CHOSEN FOR EXAMS IN DRAFT Sixteen Kossuth men, the [\v. t contingent of 1946, were sent to Fort Snclling, Minn., last Thursday, by the Kossuth Selective Service Board for' preinduction examinations. The men will await calls for induction, if they are found physically qualified. They are Gerald E. Rochleau, Whittcinore; Herbert J. Weydert, Algona; Paul E. Arend, Burt' Donald M.. Hui'lburt, Algona; Donald Steenhard, Swca City; Raymond W. Laabs, Lone Rock. Wilfred M. Becker, Bode; Clarence W. Gingrich, Titonka; Athol R. James, Algona; Merle J. Gouge, trvingt'in: Virgil E. Krosch, Elmore, Minn.- John L. Haag, Algona; James T. Schiltz, Swea City;. Clement H. Mergcn, Whittemore; John A. Saunders, Bancroft; and Wm. A. Kennedy., Bancroft. •Married men with children arc no 'longer eligible for the draft, although local headquarters said that with the lowering of physical requirements, all men will be re- screened even though previously rejected. FOR SALE: 1934 Pontiac 4-door sedan, $150, within ceiling price; 1935 Chevrolet 2-door, $250, within ceiling price. 215 West Call, Algona, phono 382-W. 2j ! FOR HIRE: John Deere hay baler and truck, would also like to buy some flax and straw stacks. Donald Hurlburt, Algona, Phone 25F23. 2* FOR SALE: Purebred Shorthorn bulls. Serviceable age. Herman Studcr, 1 mile west, 2% south of Wesley. 2-3? Buys Interest in Fenton Garage Ben Ingebritson has purchased a half interest in the Arnold Hainzinger garage at Fenton and the new firm will be known as the H. & I. garage. Mr. Ingebritson was recently discharged from the army and previously had been employed for several years at the Dau garage. He expects to move his family to Fenton as soon as he can find a place to live. BASKETBALL ST. CECELIA'S ACADEMY vs. ST. JOHN'S, BANCROFT THURSDAY, JAN. 17, A. H. S. Gym Second team game begins at 7:30 Admission: Adults 35c; Junior and Senior High, 25c; Grades, lOc Academy vs. Sacred Heart of Pocahontas at Academy gym Tuesday, January 15, 7:30 FOR SALE: Used appliances, 3- burncr Perfection stove, circulating heater, milking machine, electric washing machine, 2 cream separators. 2 V\ h. p. electric motors. Maytag and Briggs & Stratton gas engines. Wringer rolls for all makes oC washing machines. We repair all makes of washing machines and Frigidaires. ALGONA MAYTAG STORE Phone 390 Glenn Crilly 2 FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boar. Hollis Benschotcr. Algona. Phono 13-F14. 2- ; ' FOR SALE: 5 room house, garage and 3 small buildings, 2 lots, in Sexton. For March 1 possession— $2000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 2 FOR SALE: RCA nearly new mantel radio. Gerald Voigt, Fenton. 2* FOR SALE: 1935 Plymouth. OPA ceiling price. Call 103 at Burt. 2* WANTED: WaMresscs. Lusby & Giossi, Algona. 2 WANTED: Woman or girl for drug store work. Lusby & Giossi, AJ- gona. I ROOMS FOR RENT: With kitchen privileges. 510 So. Harlan, phone' 254. 2» FOR SALE: A Crown organ in excellent condition. Louis Fuhr.- mann, Algona, Iowa,", telephone number 24-F14. :; 2* FOK SALE: 4'6' A\ more, modern house, other small buildings. Possession March 1, 1946. Price $7000. C. W. Nicoulim Algona, Iowa. 20w2 ):MaWie^Mn'loi?lar% ; tt,,M c schob» - ' tO BOY; Some Sdft cdfh. ¥0,JUSNT: Small house' of couple eMptJr rootni PKofte : *At . ^. .1 . ^ . 'J.: r. .-;'. 0. • O"*> laming : tpMlimrttlB! jttftttow; of the Mifed fawn work. Iteyihohd Laabs, Lone Rockj phohfe 380S.,: - ;2*. : Married 'ttiaii to heltt on farhii' House with. *lectf>clt$ and running -^'' Btirt.- . .. , 1-2* WAN*TElb: Full or part time help. Male or feniale at jOttce..Algond Laundry & Dry .Cleaners., i 15w61lf WANTED: Pups 4 months to-one year did $2.00; dejiyered td otir plant west'of-Fort Dodge from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday : through Friday. Fort Dodge Servim Coni* party. ; < . Miicellaneotu S'Bfi W'E^Ley, Lakbta.'iJpwa, if .you have a used .car, ttuck or pickup to sell. Wo P»y top..price for" a.11 makes and models'. r 5 gdod tised cars for Sale. ' • ... 2-3 AUTHORIZED MAYTAG AND FMOTOAIRE DEALER 'Maytag Washers, Frigidaire-re-r. frigerators, Frigldair.e -.iel'^ctric Stoves, . Quick Mfeal" eomblnatiofc ranges. . 'Iowa ci*eam separators. CJlean EaSjJ... Perfection and'^Chore Boy mllklrig machine?. , 1-6, 1-3 and Vi .&"'&: electric ,'hiotbrsj., -B battery pricks 2 and 3 tube kitchen fluorescent fixtures.••' • . •..'•' i AtOQi*A MAYTAG CO. i Phone, 59^, ,'.,• .' Olen'n Crllly 2 <ARD OP'THANKS 71'wish Hto".thank all. my' .friends and neighbors fop '.thair' cheer'y cards, visits, and flowers which ,1 received 'durjrig--my" recent illness at the hospital. . Mrs; A. J..Else-held; Algeria. V • ' .30w'2 SEE ME FpRl Real Bargains. in • farms, loans, drainage' surveying and .estimates '.dn.- tile. Pliil J- Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. tf ELECTROLUX • Cleaned, .will be available, soon! For.in». formation sec Oon v ;H. Hutching, County Electrolux '-representative, 019 S. Jones, Algona','phone 832-J. • ' 40tf TOWN PROPERTY LQW INTER: EST. LOAN'S... ,FHA an'd Veterans "GI" Loans to purchaie, remodel. Refinance .Homes.i "Algona Federal Savings & Loan. Alg«?na, Iowa. ; . SOtf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the hew releases.' iNeedles,- air bums. Kossulh Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. ' . . 47tf FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish-, ' tag.' Heavy commercial equipment. ; Portable-' power, -plant, ;.-Supply Co.,. phonS L ,>•., \L....^ ••-; t<;... 17-3-8 if BELL your late model-car to rfc '•••t.o.r the highest price." Fvee'in- Jfprmatioh" on celjinKs. Hoenlc Mo- "tor Service, West of Court House. T:"- ••'.'-• •'':.-. " . 36ff FOR SALE: Model J Minneapolis [ tractor, with power take-off and lights, and with cultivator. Also, A.C. heavy duty plow. E. H. Pittman, 112 North Moore, Algona, Iowa, Phone 782. 2* SERVICE station and bulk plant for lease with dealers franchise in Algona, Iowa. Profitable opportunity for energetic man. Contact L. L. Corycll & Son, Lincoln, Neb. 2 FOR SALE: Bauer electric incubator, 600-egg size. Economy- King cream separator, size 358. Both in good condition. Gco. Wildin, Algona. 2* FOR SALE: Hydraulic dump box, A-l shape. Joseph Berte, phone Livermore, 2514. 2-3* BEAUTIFUL % size piano, walnut finish. Priced quick resale. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, la. WE ARE LEAVING . Our home and apartment pjre for sale. Furnished or unUirritehed. L. F. Rice, 403 W. McGregor, Algona. 52tf FOR SALE: Good modern 6-room house, 1 bedroom and bath downstairs, newly decorated and in fine shape, oil heat, not far out —?8000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 2 BALING of all kinds. Available at any time. Harry W. Sankey & Son, Burt. 2-3*a FOR SALE: Circulating heater. A-l condition. Louis Berninghaus, 4 mi. so. Lone Rock. 2* FOR SALE: 1 Shorthorn bull, 18 months old. C. E. Detrick, Algona, Iowa. Phone 5-F4. 2* FOR SALE: Partly modern 4-roorn house, ejose in. Hutchison & Hough, Algona, Iowa. 2-3- a FOR SALE: 18 ft. factory built trailer house, excellent condition. Call 'this office, ph. 16. 2* FOR SALE: 2-room tenant house, insulated, wired for electricity, easy to move. Wm. Tjaden, Burl. 2*, FOR SALE: 2 8x12, 1 8xIB brooder houses, 16x20 suitable for either chicken or hog house, wooden 40- ft. rebuilt grain elevator. Hugh Williams, Burt. 2-3* FOB SALE: 1935 Ford Deluxe 2-door. Reuben Luedtke, Lone Rock. 2* FOR SALE: Second cutting Brome grass and alfalfa. Young sorrel team, 5 and 6 years old. Bob Plunkett, phone U-F131, Algona. 0(1 FOR SALE; Baled straw. 6 miles east AJ|9na. E . * FOR SALE: Eagle water'proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating serv Ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co ohone 275. Algona. 20-3-8t? NEW HONEY for sale. 5 Ib. jar $1.00. Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 37lf FOR SALE: Poland China boars, ready for service, cholera immune. O. E. Ely, Titonka. 51-2* ~ :: Exchange Dept. Basement '>./, ' Good Used Furniture. . . pining fpofn-—Living, room suites .^Breakfast sets, '• Buffets, Radios and AVasbers. " BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE .Over 4000 FAMILIES a week read The Upper Dea-Moihes.-, . INLAID LINOLEUM*, lihpwal] , tile, laid by expeHs. Custom .work. 'Cowan Building SuppTy Co., phone 275, Aigotia. 16-3.i8tf ,' Balfthcn frbrrt, Pfavldud Quarter, * ; , . •» •*•*,; .... ..... , »l 7 63.11 ' This a ,,,,,.>... ,; ...... 6.H.89 bfttWn 'Uurlhg TK(» Quit l«r ............. 1010.82 alartc'b-dt dftd of -This 720.31 . 'Beside tlic.. itayrol and'tlis usual curreHt.fcXiscnHtH, tlio tollbwlng bills allh^cn by tlfc bttftrd ot directors, IHCluuc ovei'ItaUlhff , nttd' rcpalf ^r goliodl. buses, nfew tiros, and Inltlitl o*penrie of addition to Bus Burn. f . r ; .K. c.rMfiOADiw, ato-y. l.tM «f W»*r*«(n or Pr»vloo» <!«•»«*'•' SehftM llcifld* l''tl«<l^-UliiUur»*m«ll(M Karhierri'Htafo Bank, to bonds .,........: i.jj.soo.oo 8tato Uankt Inter- • ' Tola\. .$ l-.0lfl.82 Mill Bbok Co., boojtsj. .;..,.. .i,...' ...... » TliO:.troquols Publshlne Co., boSKs '.;;.•;........... ..... Jloujflvtpli Mlfflln. books. . .. acptf Pprcsman . & Co., boolls Olnn & C,, booft«....i,. ..... Tiro "Hcliool Musician, sub- , scflptlon .i..... ........... Thompspli Yards' inc., cool.. uliS :Bfc Bfchooi Supply Co.. (Instruction mad-rial P-cqrlcsij pll Co. ;tlar,aec, bUs service ..«..' i... .rr .lowra'Stoto Collefco, fllinw..., Mltcliell. Mf(?.. Cp., repairs (. to equip'.,,-.., i..',.../...... Hofenkens "^ruslc l.lot'jHe, . llirary mtislc. .'.,.,, H. Klasslo-.paraK-J. bus service and/tires 'Paill • Sehthldt, -library .1. H. Ijxlta> & Sons, ln«l N! W/Bell Telephone Co.. 1 fd^t, "el'C. 1 /.,..'.....' la: .Puhlc .'.Borvlce,- ulectrlclly drain" Co., .'.coat i .... ji's Slate Bank. Ins T.;H' BiiKor, -labor..,..'.. liuYcme. .Pharmucy. supplies I'i C. Hcncjoi'son, to), calls... ,r» A. >!}('"".' p.' e. nfo.'l., • For Bus Urlvltis ". ..H«' 1 '.tniHi|... sub rt. Phillips, .sub , .1,. A. lljelle, suli, T.. Jnpkson, 'reif, .., Hlunloy O.onrlC.i'., reff •"*< -,n. (ViVtv'i nil H.'time Huryld L.loht-y,.-re^ U'ID. lilcrlnirs. on tins IKIIMI., Ccillftc'tor of Int. .Jicv., tax 18.17 11.1:. 88.97 ul.lG 1,50 203.00 13.71 1011.87 C.1R 13.D.1 170.17 20.27 0.71 18.2R 71.2.1 fiii'ioi '2.00 "F.no 12.77 "s.'n 1!).l!l 201.00 17Ti.HO ao.on 113.03 iiO.UO of'I-ii\'eri|e, walcr.... Huniholdt-,lmp. CK, bus rupalr .Sp'-*y-17. C. Ui-oiidli', salary... Hammond & HIcphoiiH, forms K. M." Hakv.library Kramer Band Irvsl., repair..,. News Jlup-of'tlic \Vj?elt, mnpn Kllptp l v .o.qse fjoaf Co., sup••: piles ,',.' Vls-'iinl HclloOl licpoft Cu.. cards I3d Tiioria. Twpr. Kx., rent.... Allen & Hilton, 'books .1. l.k'lity, P. M., HtuAlonnry.. Standard..Bor.vlCe SlH., bus "1.0:1 infi.S.'i 60.00 1.X I 1S.S" ii.iS i.iii ! Lu\".ernc Imp. Co,' repairs arid.playferd. ..,....'..','. .Sehmoller & Mueller, lust.... AlRi)i;a Upper Ues Molnca. . pub. (|uar;-report Coiiicr'.Stoi'c. d..s. sup la.-State Bapk, Alsonn, . tax .with.' .,..-,... Mllo Patterson, gravel John Tlss, dray Mid-bo!) Mjislc Co., repairs.. •MlKH,CowllhE,-lnst.'repair.... Kau.tKky Spt. .Goods Co., .ball Avorld' SbolCi,C'o., tests..,,,... Hunlfngrtor. .Labs.,- Jan. sun... P.' ,1, Scl'.ii'OP, library Hollcy .Sol.ool .Supply, Inst... Metropolitan Supply Co., Insl. Krvln nainus, palhtlnjc St. Paul Book & Sta. Co., L books P. Uclity Hardware. Ken. sup. Parawax Co., Jan. sup....... • ' • Payroll .J. A. Hjelle, supt St'opjliunlo CoTvlltip. music .11. C. Kva.ns, . coael .loy Burdlek, II. S Betty Conner, U. 'S llobert. Vlillllps, It. S. part . . time , Paul llecUmSn, II. S. part tlin'o ;......' • Oen.ora Kola'nil, K.rndo 7 & ti.. Kurilee Meyer, Krarlc •> & 0... Vffu Thorn, grade i! & 1 KstUer^MArUlo, primary. 1 & 2 Fred Tlede, janitor G3.I I •I.ill 10.S3 17.10 102.70 01.00 •18.72 l.UO 3.90 S.3.S l.-IB 9.08 1.111 L'.'oi) 19.50 9S3.0I fiin.sn SS'i.SO llu.SO 0 10.90 321.90 351.10 11.",.SO SKS.in ilU'.OO l»s.ii« 351.00 Total •..»-.-. .'•?..', .......,., ..^9.803.70 SALE DATES Jan.' 1»— Lcwli WildJn F^b. 5— Mrs Emllle and Jan. 16— Enunetsbure L. S. Sale • Envln Sterns Jan. 17— Elmer Zaur .tyb. 6— Eminstsburr L. 3. Sale Jan. 18 — Frank Sanford f>b. 13-^Erometsburg L,. S. Sale Jan. 22— Elmer Fthr Feb. 14-rJohn McGulre Jan. 23— Emmetsburf I,. S. SaleFeb. 18-John Weber Annual Jan. 34— Joe JPrlester, - • Sow Salt Jan. 25— Morris Finnottead Feb. J9— W. I. Dodds 200 A. farm Feb. ZO^EmmeUburf L. S. Sale Jan. 28— John Maahg - '.'tb, 21— .Ralph Late Jan. 30— Emmetsbur* L. S. SaleF«b 26— Albert \ViUkopf Jan. 31— G. H Meyer Feb. 37-rEmmetsburir L. S, Sale PHONE 445 FOR SALE: 3 purebred Holstein heifers, 3 purebred HoJstein cows. Record from 400 to 500 ibs. butterfat. H, C. Jensen, Bingsted. PUREBRED Duroc Jersey bred gilt sale at Spencer fairgrounds on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 1:30. p. m. 45 outstanding Duroc Kilts, bred for early .March and. April farrow, to three choice Duroc boars. We have produced quality Durocs for over 25 years. Send, for catalogue. J. B. Geerdes, Everly. Iowa. 2-3 Wanted WANTED: Young woman with business experience also middle- aged man. Short hours. Write No. B, care of Advance. 3 WANTED: Apartment or lighi housekeeping rooms. Call 723-W after 6 p. TO. "•'• 2*a WANTED: Girl or woman for general nousework. Mrs. diet Cook, 17 E. Call, phone 545*LW. 2 WANTED: Saleslady to sell Hist* pry of World War U in Algona. Inqi4ire this office. '2* WANT TO BENT: House or apart* ment toy Feb. l. Phone 655*W, Pqnald B. Miller, high scly»l print cipal. • 3* WHEBEAS. millions of seU^resBectlng people in the war, devastated lands of Europe, China and. the Philippines, gtrugr gling for survival against hunger and disease and cqld, are in dire need of clothing, shoes and bedding, and are subject to death from exposure, and WHEREJAS, the 25,000.000 of -the^e destitute people who benefited through the first United National CJotMng CollecHpn are only a fraction of those in need, w»d , the me.eting of Ws. Urgent need overseas will serve not only to relieve suffering humanity, but will aid. liber? ated peoples to revive their econpmlc life an4;ena.b}e their re^ habilitated countries to contribute a lu)l share tow^rqs the creation of a, lasting peace, and WHEREAS, the President oj 'the United Stutes has sajd that the need is imperative and Justifies i) second appeal to \he • American people, and . . , WHBBBAS, the Victory CioVhing ^«U?cU9rt meet the great pmergcnc}'. - W effg*4 to NOW, THiaieFOR^ I jTrank Kohjh'a^s, Mayor c| City of Algona urge all religious, edjic^lonal, gaitrjotlc, civic, f raters na|, business an,d labor .groups to. cooperate in ws cpUectlon of clothing, shops ant} bedoUng-jox oyerseja, reMelSQ tn«t the par itfonal gosl of lOO.OQO.poo Karnftent? I|V «$S4wn to shoes an4 bedding may b? re^JjetJ, Also l yrg» contributors to attach ^podTwill m«sss,ages to their gifts ol cl^thjng. ; . • iff WWESS TiHiJBEOFi I bays J»fr«*Hit9 ffl my hand and" caused, the, seal ol City'ef Mg<m t« b« »lft»^i °» fei§ IPth Wfl- ' '':'•'," .-•:,-• -":/"'•.>'••<•• ^- :.-' •, , ; " The January dieSr^nce safe just fclosed; at ANNEX; was the ftiost suedeskf ul sale we ever held; But it has left us with many small and odcWots which we must clean out quickly. This week and nekt should sweep^everythittg CLEAN. Read these items and then get YOUR SHARE OF THE BARCMINS Nine large sized fur-trimmed dress cdats in both box and iitted styles, fine fox collars\artd colors as; well as blacks— ALL LARGE SIZES— values to $55.00 and $65:00, as a. last reduction before we put them in moth balls- .'; You'll never see / a better gain than these because they are STRICTLY NEW COATS-^nly;.;....:. .Teii plain xintrimmed fitted coats iif small size? nothing over size . 18/^wann, ' well made,' wool cpatS which -sold for'$35.0Q;last year , •' ;" ; now Three pile fabric, coats,, one size 16, two size -20,; these are regularly sold 'at abpuV$35 : .pplM A |ljCv but to sell quickly they go for, only.;.... Wi&NWV i- LOOK .AT -THESE DRESS PRICES^-!. almost. every dress in the ANNEX goes .into one of these two price ranges'). Here. are plain and fancy dresses in all sizes from junior's 9's to : 44__a dress.fpr any and, every purpose— values to $12;OQ gnd $15,00— mostly this year's stock'— something- to "fill-in" with — good' materials, well made, and we .have, made just two big price-groups. . . ".-.'..- ; ' ' $4,95 $6.95 • • \ . . . ) • « ; ' . • < i * • . . '• , • .-.(You'll never see better bargains than these— buy two or three- — no limit— we want to clean house.) :p ^iM THIS BRANJ> NiW 'II Jove th0p new j in -'- ; t v.-V.->-j 11?'' ' •• - SH'" ;:>I 3P SS JOB -..iJ ! -i-i' llhiiif^lfM V^JLUJi) Jkvrlt^JIA SMMjBg

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