t "' PAGE Back To School Not only (lie children have their cull, but. ndiills us well must now slnrt n new fall program. \Vc welcome (Ills challenge. We liko Algona. We like the friend!) people of Kossuth Co. We pay (axes in Kossnth Co. nnil now feel n part of this rommiinlty. :L. .&. COMi; IN AM) SKK t'S. PROTEIN FEED TRICKS ARK LOWKR NOW. We invite price comparison us well as Inir analysis. If you have not fed CARG1LI/, ask your neighbor liow lie likes it. or come in ami see for yourself. Remember CARGILL Seed Corn - Calf Meal Egg Mash Dog Food Hog Supplement '21.1 Poultry (iriiin Halancer Try our poultry wormcr, triven in water. It's triiarantccd. .'!00 and 011(1 hen si/e. Fitch Feed Store I'hone Mil) Main and Commercial Now You Can Get a I WILLYS Universal All-Purpose Jeep* SEE IT HERE IN ALGONA Eight Already Sold . .. One on the Display Floor, Two Coming in Shortly! It's a "dollars-and-cents" economy to own a I'nivcrsal ".leep"—you can use the one vehicle as a pick-'up or tow truck ... as a tractor ... as a passenger runabout . . . and as a mobile power unit. With its mighty Willys 00 h. p. "Jeep" engine and •! or 1 wheel drive, the "Jeep" can do more jobs and do them better. The "Jeep" can handle almost any other motor-powered farm job — that's why you'll use it more hours a day more days the year 'rouud. This all-purpose vehicle will speed work, give you more time for extra jobs. ; 0 THE POWER of its war-proved Willys "Jeep" Engine and the better traction of its 4 wheel drive make the "Jeep" an efficient, economical vehicle that can be used as a light tractor.. It has tractor speeds of 2 to 7 m. p. h. and continuous drawbar pull of 1200 Ibs. with reserve for extra loads. The "Jeep" chassis is heavily braced for tractor work. • THE POWER TAKE-OFF at the rear of the "Jeep" operates power-driven implements from a standard spline shaft drive. With pulley drive, the power takeoff furnished up to 30 h. p, to operate all types of belt- driven equipment the year 'round. f THE VERSATILE "JEEP" serves as a truck that you can use on or off the highway—always ready for a quick trip to town. As a tow-truck it will pull a 5,500 pound trailer load at highway speed. 0 WITH SEATS IN, the "Jeep" serves as a handy passenger runabout that always gets you Jhere, regardless of bad roads, mud, snow or sand. Easy tp drive . . . quick pick-up . . . economical to operate . . . highway speeds up to 60 miles per hour. Come in and see the "Jeep"—or give u$ a ring mid we will gladly come and demonstrate this All- Purpose Vehicle, SCHULTZ BROS. Across From Fair Grounds Phones; Garage !)75R, Service Station 975W Swea Folks Hurt In Auto Trip Mishap Swea City: The Maynard Jensen and Harold Evans family returned early last week from a trip which included the rodeo at Sidney and the Iowa State fair at DOS Moines. Enroutc the Jensen car was struck by a passing car at Spirit Lake, causing considerable damage which held up the party over night. W. S. C. S. Meeling Hostesses for the W. S. C. S. Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 4, include J. Ira Moats, Mesdames Win- Mather, R. E. Ridge, Marie Jacobs, Vernon Burt, R. S. Mather and Aletha Ecklund, Devotions will be led by Mrs. Frank Smouse and the lesson by Mrs. S. Hammer. Music will be in charge of Mrs. August Peterson. Lutheran Aids to Meet The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday, Sept. 5, 2:30, with devotions led by Mrs. C. J. Applequist. Pastor A. M. Youngquist will have the lesson. There will be special organ music with the program being given in the church- Hostesses will be Mesdames John E. Anderson, Severt Holm, Jens Mogensen, Herman Drew, John C. Johnson, Marvin Uhr, A. M. Youngquist and J. H. Holcomb. Mrs. Harry Chambers and daughters Jane and Ann left Tuesday for Livennore, where they visited a few days with relatives before returning to their home in Dubuque. Amvet Group For Ledyard Ledyard: The Amvet Auxiliary met at the farm home of Mrs. Joe Maync on Tuesday evening. . The ladies are applying for their new Amvet charter. They have over S50 in their treasury and arc planning the care of an orhpaned girl who is 16 years old. The next meeting will be in September with Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and Mrs. George Thompson as hostesses. The ladies enjoyed group singing as part of their social program and a lovely lunch was served by Mrs. Mayne. Shower For Bride A miscellaneous shower was given in the Evangelical .and Reformed church Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs. Cryl Owen, ;he former Delores Junkermeier. The bride received mny lovely ijifts. A delicious lunch was icrvcd by the hostesses. On Black Hills Trip Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei and .Gcn-aldine and Gerald left on Monday for a week's vacation trip through the Black Hills. Visit Hospital Patient Mrs. William Poppe and Mrs. Henry Dyer went to Mankato on Friday and while there visited Robert in the hospital- Robert is recovering from an accident in which his leg was broken. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA Mr?. Charles Brashara entertained a group of ladies Friday afternoon at a Stanley party. A demonstration was given and a lovely lunch was served by the hostess. The Cowan company of Algona has this week put insulation in the N. A. Pingle, E. T. Halvorson and Jack McDonald hojnes. Several others are also planning to insulate. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Baurnan are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday, August 29 at the Buffalo Center hospital. She weighed 6 Ibs. and has been named Gail Virgene, Lavonne Johnson, Marian Stenzel, Betty Jorgenson, Catherine and Geraldine Sullivan, Phyllis Busch and Rose Marie McDonald went to Clear Lake Monday to spend a week in a cottage there. « The G. O- F. club met Monday evening at the home of. Mrs. Edward Halvorson. The party was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. D. A. Carpenter and Mrs. Elmer Williams. Mrs. Marie Gre- hart of Chicago, who is visiting at the N. A. Pingel home, was a guest. PAtlfiMTS, 1MPAOV?. A note from Mrs. Josephine Southgate 6f ftfaywood, Calif;., was sent to d UDM reporter re* cently inquiring about a fe\v of her friends who had been ill. The reporter is glad to state that Mrs. Marie Muriagh is now up and around the house, has been out in her yard, and is feeling quite her' Usual self. Mrs. Alice Hutchins is also doing very well and has only till October to remain in oed, at the end of which she can begin to learn to walk: again. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, who underwent an Operation in Chicago, and convalesced for a time there at the hoiWe of her daughter; is 'bonne again. Mrs. A. L. Long, who was the last to become ill, is, Slowly gaining, but is still confined to her bed. Four Couples get Wedding Licenses Four licenses to wed were issued in the past few days by the clerk of courts office here. They went to the following: Aug. 23—John B.oeckholt and Dorothy Kramer,'Bancroft; Fred McCotter, Des Moines, and Doris Chism, Algona. Aug. 24—Francis L. Mullen and Coletta M. Elbert, Whittemore; Melvin Olson, Lakota, and Gaitha Steven, Britt. W. C. Taylor's, Son Return From Wst Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor arid son, Dean, returned Friday evening from a two weeks' tour through the Corn Palace in Mitchell and the Bad Lands and Black Hills in South Dakota. They stopped at Billings, Mont., to visit a few days with a sister of Mr. Taylor. The sister and daughter Bonnie accompanied them to Yellowstone Nationp^l Park afld to Ogden, Utah, where they visited an aunt. At Salt Lake City they visit,ed Mormon Square and listened to a pipe organ recital. Eighteen miles from Salt Lake City they waded and bathed, in the lake. They came back to Billings by way of Idaho Falls and Pocatello. They attended the fair with rodeo and races, there. The Taylors report that they had nice modern cabins all the way, which made it a very plesa- ant trip. Swamped By Ad J. W. Scholtes found out in a short time just how good Algona Upper Des Moines classified ads are. He advertised a half set>. tion for rent in last Tuesday's paper and after interviewing ten or fifteen applicants, rented the farm Thursday morning. At least six or eight others who inquired at the Upper Des Moines office after that were told that the farm had been rented. " ) Final Rites At Swea City Swea City: Funeral services were held for Mrs. Raymond Airhart, Nevada, La., Tuesday afternoon ,at the Gospel Tabernacle. Mrs. Airhart was born Viola Berhow at Knox Mills, Wis., Apr, 27, 1910, and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs> Martin Berhow of Swea City. She died late last week at St. Paul. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Mrs. Russell E. Pope, Waterloo, Pastor C. O. Anderson being away on vacation. Besides her parents Mrs. Airhart is survived by her husband and five children, also seven brothers and six sisters. Burial was in the Harrison cemetery. V. F. W. Here Plans To Modernize Hall Algona's Veterans of Foreign Wars post intends to redecorate and modernize its present quarters over Zcnder's, and to install a cantee, in the near future, Fred W. Plumb, post commander, stated. The post also has blanks for veterans desiring to apply for terminal leave, and a committee will be in the hall Saturday night to help fill them out. Or, Ernst Thicl, Wilbur Zeigler, H. S. Montgomery or Commander Plumb may be contacted at any time for assistance. *\xa*Ts^ v / / ' ^ v^v^r, 7* ™!> C r*r- Portland Group Meet?. At Bolies Portland: The Amvet Auxiliary oC Burt met last Tuesday, Tug. '27, with Mrs. Chris Bolie. Mrs. Rash of Burt became a new member. Twelve women were present. The group plans to hold a miscellaneous donation sale at the Burt hotel on Saturday, Sept. 7. The proceeds will be added to a fund to be raised to establish a ladies rest room in Burt. The sale will be held at the bank. To School In Carro'l Whittomore: Miss Angela Kisch left for Carroll Sunday, where she will enter her senior year at St Angela Academy. She will be accompanied by Nina Faber, who will board at St. Angela Academy and attend eighth grade at St. Peter and Paul's school in Carroll. To Teach At Lakota Portland: Velma Larsen will teach sixth and seventh grades in the Lakota public school this yeaij. Velma was a student at Waldorf college the past two years. HOSPITALS . , ,^3^l A »alna-^ ...trf. *A&* ... » CMSMBAAli HOOtyT At Aug. 5 : ' fearWion A'dartis', Algona, minor sutgety. Aug. 1'. Mrs. Er«est Meyer, Lu Verne, minor. sux Aug. 9: Mrs. Afrhoiii* Mullen, KattSWha. boy 1 . . ' Aug. 10: Mrs. Clarence Corlew, riorwith, gifl. ; Aug. 11: Andrew Anderson, Ringsted, appertdfectbmy; 'M. R. Zitmhch, Whitternore, minbt suf- * Aug. 12: Joe Drummer, Wesley, medical. ^ KpSSUTH M6SWT At, •Aug. 5,: Mrs. George. Wildln, Algona, boy; George R. DaVis, Livermore. accident. Aug. 7: Keith Halsrud Iry- ington, medical. Aug. 8: Mrs. Bill Fett, Corwith, girl; Mrs. Ben Freeman, Algona, boy. Aug. 9: Mrs. Mansel Lincl- horst, Algona, girl. Aug. 1.0,: Mrs, Ed Kennedy, Bancroft, girl. 70 In Whittemore Public Schools Whittemore: The Whittemre public school opened Monday, Sept. 2, with ' 70 students enrolled. The faculty includes on* new teacher, Mrs. Blanche Stafford, formerly of Mallard, who will teach the intermediate grades- Others on the faculty arc F'' n ncis Slagle, superintendent; Allan Dawson, assistant superintendent; Eva Bestler will be high school instructor; Pearl Goddard in charge of the primary room. Gaffe into A filmic • Wesley: ThiS interior of the vire8l,9l4e of the baiik bulldijia is beitfa .^coristfUptgd to a' • cafe, WHlcJj will be opetated' 'by Mr- ahd Mfs. AWrt Loebjg jjfeseht opetator^ of tfte W6sley Cfafe. Ottosen Flower Show Ottosen: A flower show will be sponsored here Saturday, Sept. 7, by the Ladies' Rural club. It will be held at the Ottosen school. All flowers entered must be grown and arranged by exhibitors, and entries must be in place by 12:30 p. m. the day of the show. There will be 20 classes- ft CUT *. CLEAN DENTAL PIATES Kleenite ends nwtsy. harmful crushing. Juif put your plate or bridge In » glass of water, add a little Kleenite. presto! Stains, di»colorations and denture odors disappear". Your teeth sparkle like new. Ask your druggist today for Kleenite. Or for aoneroui Free Sample, write Ko|ene Products Corp,, Rochester M,N. Y. ' ' ' KLEENITE the Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Fairburg- Ill: Before a crowd of 3,000 people. Dr. Townsend, foun cler of the Townsend organization, was called the "greatest leader alive, and he wears his greatness with humility". Rep. Homer Kirwan said. "The people, generally, are all too short-sighted. Many have forgotten the depression with its empty stomachs, its long breadlines, the 'hopeless apathy of a problem father with a family of sick children. But Dr. Townsend has not forgotten it. His is like a voice crying in the wilderness: "prepare—prepare, we congressmen whose business is to know what is before our nation recognize that a new depression is right now in the making, and I say to you that there is only one Pl^n— only one Movement which can save America when that evil day befalls; and that is the Townsend Plan." r •••:'' New Farm Equipment " i ' • • Farmall-H-lhe. popular tractor for average sizo farms. >'ew International Harvester Hydraulic Man- ; uro Loader. Type B 10- inch IHC Feed Grinder. Double and Single-Unit Milking M it c h i n e s. Electric Cream Seynr-t ators. No. 46 Plow Attachment. Fnrmall II. & M. Power Take-off Attachments. Electric Pump Jack. Knife Grinder. 3 Types Hydraulic Manure 1 Loaders. Hog Feeders. 10-88,' IH'JS and 12-80 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats. Monroe Easy Ride Hydraulic Seats for H. & M. Tractors. Horn Hydraulic Seat 811 libbers. Hammermills: 1 3Vo. 10; 1 Xo. IOC-with Traveling Feed Table, and 1 Mo. <i. >Vaifon Trailer with timken bearings, autp steering and IUMV 000x10 tires. 1 new Engine Assembly for K-5 International Truck. 1 Tokbeim tractor cab for H trai-tor. 1 Adjustable and 1 Non-Adjustable grading blade for manure loader. >, t \ SPECIAL Rebuilt Motor, complete . for International y z -'\\ Pickup Truck. Also crankshaft for IHC Pickup. We are now equipped to do expert. Carburetor, Distributor, Clutch and Magneto work. SPECIAL Used International Pick-Up USED FARM EQUIPMENT 1 10;00x»0 Tractor 'I'Ure, 1 «:00x:i« Tractor Tire, Cream Separators, John Peere Portable Klevator» less Derrick, Steel- wheel wagon. McCorinick'Deeriug Farui Machinery Pontiac SALES AND See us for Poiitiftc auto repair work, IVo have the personnel and equipment to care for yyur cart ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, Walt uii.l Dcbb Hall TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO, .Hi » 'W« Grttn Colonia 5om» mod«l( art «»4i!sbl« now. . | ftitl yaul older now. Th« d<m«r\d Itlittvltl tturt tht immediate luppty. COAL . . • GAS . . . OIL ... . . . BLOWERS . Vftitlhli you prefer Mil, oil.,01 gjijhere'l t iptttslly deiijntd Green Colonial-Furnace (* Iftidr* 'your comfort.. . . Laing & Muchey Phohe 404 N. tiodge St. •••'•' ' Algona. Iowa ' GREEIlCOlDniRL FURllflCE SERVICE yeu -can keep you* rttesenl appliances in Ho-lop -condt Hon. We. wakbing machines and r BMIOM, and: hava wrlngejf Jcoiis for all mataM of washing machines. . . . - • . .,-/•. j Crilly Maying Dealer Phone 399 Stale and Harlan TAYLOR -GO. Place You Order Now For Mullins Hybrid .Seed Corn '-.'•- ~.. . • .. •'•' •'' : • PRICK LIST Cboicc Flats ____-$10.00 Bit. Extra Small Flats.-ft.OO Bu. Medium Uounds__ $8.00 Bu. Small Rounds $S.OO Bn. Large Rounds ____$7.00 Bn. Silo Corn $10.00 cwt. (100 Pound Printed Bags) Replanting Agreement If for any reason—storms, floods, droughts or insect*— my of the Mullins Hybrids do not produce a stand of corn on farms for which they ar^ recommended, enough free seed will be supplied the purchaser to replant his field. CONCRETE MIXERS Heavy steel mixers that come with or without motors—mounted on rubber tires for ease in moving about the job. Get yours now for feeder lot pouring, or other concrete, work. Also use the mixer for mixing feed and slops. WAGON BOXES fiet the best box made—ANTHONY—no wagon box on tlio market comes ucur to it« All steel- really hrajcod (three heavy I beams run the length of It), Also some new farm trailers, ! STEEL WATER TANKS NEW SHIPMENT of steel wafer tanks In »U sizes, with built-in hog waterers. Come Ju and see these now while our supply «f them Is good. USED - USED - USED (2) TRACTOaS (2) FARM WAGON QPARS (2) MIV Peers WAGON HOISTS ii!
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