AT.00NA 1.0WA. IIP •" WM#'3ff®K4£- During the years of World War II, Algoria business firms, like others, sent many ( of their younger men and women into service. As a result, business like the farm was often shorthanded during those years. Many of us were unable to give you the service you were accustomed to, but we think you understood our situation. The spirit of the buying public was most cooperative and patient. But today, we in Algona feel that we are entering on a new era. We are again welcoming back those who have been away. Our staff s of employees are increasing; we are again reaching the point where we can do the job better and cjuicker. '"•"' . • f ' • • :.'-•-' ''"'' ,"'x '••••'-,-- - • .- , <>t' - ••. t. .. •' ' _ , - ' . .'.'."' -There is a gj?eat; -MntesJI; present in the nati0n f "now* v evei^tjjatls slowing up the production and shipment of much-desired items in all lines, Until these matters are settled plenty pf tv^ryttimg that is needed will Jbe an i possibiiity. • . ' , ; • - '•.<'":••..;/• ••• ' . . ••; ~' " " """ • "' Of one thing we are certain—when full production is again underway, Algona firms will be among the first to,receive the new merchandise. There is another thing we want to point 6ut. Nearly every business firm in Algona has, is or will be planning changes, improvements, expansion. Some have already been accomplished. Others are planned but have not as yet been made. And still others are thinking over the possibilities. Regardless of what it is, the final result will be that Algona firms will be able to do a better job than ever before in supplying the needs of the large territory that they serve. Just as men of scientific research and industrial production are creating new products to bring greater joy>m living, so w<> are planning business improvementi keep pace with the times, f«el ;that mftttb^ will be settled, items will begin to rpUi and; ^t the to Algona ^Iwajrt ha* lieen a good pUtee to busings, and we v«piiy6ii to know tliat the combined ell* forts of Algona business and professional men will be aimed at improving oyr community in «¥ery way possible, ' ''' ' ' ' ;*«N ; : :SSii This Message Spon«or«d by the Following Civic-minded Business Firms and Individuals in Algona .«****»*** The Hub Clothiers Allen Motor Co. Bjtistrom Furniture Co. Pratt Electric Co. Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Chiropractor Lusby & Giossi Krescnsky's Cowan Bldg. & Supply Chrischilles Store Graham's Store Barry's Recreation • Coast-to-Coast Store Algona Insurance Agency - • Algona Fed. Savings & Loan Christensen Bros. Co. Elk Cleaners Kossuth Motor Co. Laing & Muckey George's Cafe Viking Oil Co. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Taylor Implement Co. Kossuth Oil Co. Brown's Dairy Rising Mill & Elevator Dutch's Super Service Swift & Company Sportsman's Tavern A. W. Amunson, Optometrist . Algona Greenhouses Sorensen Grocery Co. Foster Furniture Co. ' • Algona Theatre Co. Blossom Insurance Agency Funk. & Deim Hawcott & Ogg Kent Motor Co. Modern Dry Cleaners Roscoe's Market O. K. Rubber Welders Bradley Bros., Farm Macliinery Algona Electric Botsford Lumber Co. Thompson Distributing Co. Algona Maytag Co. Algona Produce Co. , Algona Implement Co., , , Algona Co-op. Creamery Clements Sinclair Service F. S. Norton & Son • .„,:..• The Smoke Shop Zender's. Borchardt Drug & Jewelry Sears Roebuck & Co. ' H. J. Co\van, Contractor Iowa Stale Bank .W. G. Woodward Co. Haynes Cafe Hood's Super Valu Consumers Fopd Market Finn's Bakery Ray's Jack Sprat Market Spilles Hardware The Mainliner Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store K. D. James - . • • ' Security State Bank The Algona Hardware Gamble Store Frank Caughey Advertising Co, Hoenk Motor Se;rvic,e Richardson Furniture Co, Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Ohnesorge Drug S. &L, Co; Algona Baking Co. Ben Frsnkjin Store . Dau Garage & B^dy Shqp Kirk Auto ••••'•><• Kohlhaas Har4ware Co. •i-"- 1 ; '.'' ; *^'
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