Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 28, 1933 · Page 10
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JJTTW DT MOT DAILY TRIBUWB.THOS, AMI8, IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY 28,1933. I 8~-Perto**l» J j at—Work Wanted. TWO NEW DRIVERS PUT ON today. If you are missed or the work Is not done properly please phone me at 2061 and we'll make a •Pfcial pick up, la * w « ek th « service will be norm*!- Ames Garbage Co. Lew Col*. DRIVING NEW CHRYSLER SB- dan to California. Leaving; Aug. 1. Would like 2 or 3 passengers to share expenses. Writ* Everett Pearson, Nevada. 4—Strayed, Lott, LOST: PAIR QK DARK RIMMED glasses In case, Sunday a. m. Alley of Hodfrave. betweea, »th and 8th streets. Reward- Phone 607-J. LOST: PARK2R FOUNTAIN PEN. Ownen signature on barrel. Reward. Student Supply Store. WANTTED: GENERAL HO{JSE wo.-k of all kinds. Gooi. clean work guaranteed, noth uptown and fourth ward, 25c per hour. Call 2034. HWCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Nearer and Nearer! PAQururM By Blotter NEXT STOP * PAftAIKML JUMCTtOM? BOV2>...e»ETTER SET VOOR 6A6& PACKED WANTED: TO WORK FOR MY board and a 14 year old boy during meal hours and evening. Call Hazel HIckle, phone 2400 at 3 o'clock. WANTED: POSITION AS CLERK or waitres' ir store, restaurant or soda fountain Exjx-rtpnce. Besl of references. Call 258-W. ft—Atetfoa 8<le* AUCTION FRIDAY, 11J HYLAND street, 2 p. m. A large bill of furniture of most all kind, including kitchen cabinet, beds, chairs, tables, ice box, book case, baby bed, tools and doxen s of articles not iistad. If you need an ext'-a piece of furniture don't fall to attend. Snyder & Allen, auctioneers. WANTED: COMPETENT STE- nographer wants full or part time work. 258-W. WANTED: HOUSEWORK BY EX- jerienced girl. Write 2646 care Tribune. EXPERIENCED HIGH SCHOOL graduate wants house work. 2084-W. Work Wanted. Hale YOUR CAR WASHED AND POL- ished, (duco) ?1.00. Call 1617-W. THE TUMMClSf TWO MORE AMD WEIL ALMOST AT JUNCTION ! THIS ALTITUDE, AND PIME TREE 5MEU. ME AW APPETTTE AOA1M~HOW DITTO 6O OP TO THE DtMEA AND 6€T A MICE SANDWICH ANOTHER M£At,HA,VENT Nothing New! By Cowan YEAH, SHE! THINKS HOW ABOUT 30MEUUNOH, CWCK? 1—Finn Machinery for Sale J—AntomoWlw, Traeka for 1931 flumblt Seat FORD ROADSTER $195 3929 Foid Coach 3928 Whippet J Sedan 1927 Oldsmobile Coach 1S26 Maxwell . Coach OPEN EVENINGS W. H. Nutty Garage' Plymouth—Dodge—Oldimebile Phone 35—Ames 414 Main St. 1026 Chrysler Coach $50 1930 Chevrolet Sedan with trunk. 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Hudson . Sedan 1930 Pontiac Coupe 2—1926 Chevrolet Sedans 1931 International Truck Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 395 5th JL Douglas FOR SALE: NEARLY NEW CORN planter and two enltiviipr*. Phone 718 .. •1—Gardea Pr*d»<* WHO'S GONE | SHE'S A GPEAT CRACV<Et?S- OUTDOOR WOMAN / AND t CAN SPORT TOGS/BECAUSE SHE CAN/ DISTINGUISH A. DISTINGUISH f\ / CERTAIN NOSE TENMVS PACKET \ \N TW6 ENVEIOPE, FROM OTHER NOISES' TWO WEEKS' Pffrf IN THANKS, DIZZY 1 , WHEN I DIE I'LL LEM/E EVEWTHING TO YOU DO THAT WHAT A VPCTION I'M GOING TO H/VE •Apartment*, Flat* FOR SALE: CORN. CABBAGE, tomatoes, carrots, beets, onions,, pepper, dill. Jensens Gardens. Phone 1770. CHOICE SORTED CUCUMBER'S. Phone 24F5. 63—Fndt SPRAYED, HAND PICKED DUCH- ess apples $1.25 backet south Ontario. 63F3. mile FOR SALE: SPRAYED, HAND picked, transparent, 4c Ib. $1.50 bushel. 63F3. DUCHESS APPLES. DELIVERED. Phone 743-J. PEACHES FOR CANNING? KEITH Fruit Store. CALL486-J Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, neat, convenient, priced right Cham. Miller. 132 Haywood Are. VERY BEAUTIFUL FOUR ROOM apt Best location. Strictly private. Furnished or unfurnished. Inquire 705 Clark. FOR RENT: MODERN 5 ROOM bungalow. Heated garage. Near college. Phone 1539-J. COOL FIRST FLOOR APART- nient Private entrance. 302 Lincoln way. NICELY FURNISHED 3 ROOM apartment Burnett - Summer rates. CHICAGO <EE)—Livestock: HOGS: 16,000, including.5,000 directs. Steady to 5c lower. Packing sows lOc off. Top $4.75. 200 to 300 Ibs., |4.60@$4.70. 160 to 190 Ibs., $4.40@$4.70. Good pigs $3.25@$3.50. Packinp SOWB §3.65@?4-00. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $3.75@?4.50; light weight, 160 to 120 Ibs. good and choice, PRODUCE CHICAGO (UJ?)—Produce: EGGS: Market steady, prices unchanged; receipts 10275 cases; ex- tri firsts 13'4® 13%; firsts 12% @ 13%; current receipts 11@11%; dirties 9%. BUTTER: Market steady, prices ?4.35@$4.70; medium weight, 200 i n A u " ^ f * nToo 1 ; ^ x to 2sn ih. ~md .mi rhnir* Wfift Changed j receipts 14,394 tubs; •7—Mufeal MercbaiHttM PIANO FOR SALE. PHONE 1465-J 75—For Sale, 15 Good LINCOLN SEDAN JLawn and Porch Chain : 75cto$2 3 good used roll top and flat top desks $6.85 to $9.75 Walsh Furn. & H3we. '31 Buich coupe, like new. '28 Durant 75 sedan, reasonable. International pickup truck, new, big discount. MAX DUITCH AUTO EXOH. Phone 1000 323 5th See These Used Car Bargains Before You Buy! •29 Ford Sport Coupe $145 '29 Willys-Knight Coach $135 "25 Hudson Coach — $65 Mathison Motor Co. SEE THE NEW PLYMOUTH AT Cliff Roberson Garage Phena 34 NEWLY DECORATED KITCHEN- ette apartment, J12. 475-W. APARTMENT, EITHER FLOOR. Private entrance. Free garage. 803 Burnett THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment 622 Douglas. Call 1S09. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT. PRI- vate bath. Phone 662. Phont €85 TWO SETS ENCYCLOPEDIAS, 12 and 15 vols., J2.50 each; 3 complete beds, dining rbbm suite,' sold together or separately; gallon thermos 50c, quart thermos 50c, dishes, jell glasses. 977-W. TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS with garages. 93S-W. THREE ROOM APARTMENT. 622 Kellogf: DESIRABLE THREE ROOM APT 2141-J. FOR SALE: BEETS FOR CAN- nlng, 41.00 bushel, also rhubarb and dills. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. FORD "A" '29 FORDOR SEDAN. Good condition; roll top desk, sunlamp, tennis racket with press. John Sharf. 926-J. »*—Houses tot Rent SMALL, MODEL HOUSE FOR someone who wants the best, ?30 a month. Phone 1290-W or call at 420 Ash. FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM DU- plex; newly decorated. 621 Fifth street. 7—Auto Repairs MAYTAG ELECTRIC WASHEP, j complete Simmons single bed. John A. Day, 217 Ash. Phone 772. FOR SALE: "IDEAL" softener. Phone 2476. WATER WE FIX THEM OR They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage 323 Lincclnway Phone 910 FOR SALE: ACORN GAS RANGE. Phone 1055-J. FOR SALE: ACORN GAS RANGE. Phont, 1055-J. 12—Beauty Serrice RINGLET CROQUIGNOLE PER- manents 2.50. Allene's Beauty Shoppe, 322% Main Phcne 427. 19 —Poultry for Sale 18—Baslness Sertice Offered POULTRY'— DRESSED CHICKENS White Rock fries. .20c per Ib. Young fat hens ...14c " " Our poultry is tallk fed, dressed and drawn In a sanitary manner. Woodland farms. Phone 435. PARTLY MODERN HOUSE. Fourth ward, $15. Phone 1752-J. ONE HOUSE AND TWO FURN- ished apartments. 1564-W. to 250 Ibs., good and choice, @$4.75; heavy weight, 250 to 350 bs., good and choice, $4.40@$4.70; packing sows, 27& to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.40@$4.15; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, $3.25@$3.75. CATTLE: 2,000 calves 700. No reliable outlet for general run fed steers and yearlings. Shipping demand narrow. Trade on a catch-as- catch-can basis. Supply inbetween grade steers liberal. Fresh receipts increased by sizeable holdorers from earlier in week. Market un evenly steady to 25c lower very dull in decline. Best light heif ers $5.75. Light heifers and mixed yearlings and all cows selling draggy and weak. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 1-bs., good and choice, $5.50@S7.25; 900 to 100 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50 17.25; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@?7.40; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.75@$7.40; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium ?4.25@$5.75. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs. good and choice, $5.25@ $6.25; common and medium $3.00 @$5.25. Cows, good, $3.75@$.4.75; common and medium $2.75@?3.75; low cutter and cutter, $1.60@§3.75. TRIBUNE-TIMES FARM NEWS TESTERS AT SCHOOL specials 21%@22i4; extras 21% extra firsts. 20^.@21; firsts 19@ 20 J ,4; seconds 18@19; standard Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $3.25 @ $4.00; cutter, com- Phone 953-J. 95—Wanted to Bent, House YOUNG COUPLE WANTS TO rent 3 room unfurnished apart ment about Aug. 15. Close in. Rea sonable. Write 2649 Tribune. Furnaces Cleaned! L«t us clean your furnace now wfth our new Super Suction System, Guaranteed satisfaction at a low cost. \ Phone 662 A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop 119 E. Stventh Upholstering Refinishing Repairing Little Furniture Shop • Phone 114-~23lH Main Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy WHITE ROCK FRl^S, MILK FE6 2% to 4 pounds. No charge for dressing and delivery. Phone 371-J. MILK FED BARRED ROCK spring fries, i^ Ibs., 22c Ib dressed and delivered. Phone 4SF2. FOR SALE: SPRING FRIES. Dressed. Delivered. Phone 399. WANTED: A 4 OR 5 ROOM house Sept 1st. No 4th ward. Write 2636 carp Tribune. mon and medium ?2.75@S3.75. Veal- ers, good and choice, $5;50@$6.50; medium $5.00@$5.50; cull and common $3.75 @ $5.00. Stacker and feed- ir cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., ;ood and choice $4.50@$5.75; common and medium $3.00@$4.50. | SHEEP: 9,000. Choice lambs I steady, others weak to 25c lower I with some throwouts off more. Best natives $8.35. Rangers not particularly attractive at around ?S.OO. Bulk westerns and yearlings unsold. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice $6.75@?8.35; common and medium $3.75@$7.00. Ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs. good and choice fl.25@ $2.75; all wts., common and medium $1.00@$1.75. 98 —Fanna ft Lands for Sale FOR SALE OR TRADE: TEN acre fruit, and truck land located in Marion coanfy. Fla.. close to good town. -Will sell reasonable or will consider trade.—Oliver F. Kellogg 9jg Duff •Ave.. Ames. 100—Wanted to Kent, Land 84—Housekeeping Rooms FOR RENT: rooms for 95S-W. TWO FURNISHED light housekeeping. WANTED: TO RENT FARM. NO indebtedness;, everything clear. Write C. W. care of Tribune. 83—Rooms Wtthbnt Board MODERN SLEEPING ROOM. Board if desired. Phone 920. ROOM AND K1TOHENETTE. $S. 1346-J. I 85—Apartment*, Flau NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair worfc. Furnaces vacuum cleaned, Ev» trough work. F. A. Gould Phone 527-J 312 Main St. {TWO APARTMENTS, FURNISH- cd and unfurnished, freshly decorated, private entrance. Ideal for adults. Phone 2403-0. FIVE ROOM FDRNISHED, MOD- era bungalow. Sumraei rates. 4 room modern house. Writ* 2625 Tribune. C, E SUCHER Faints and Papers Contracting Phono i***-J 724 Carroll AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE. Thou* 2061. TWO OR THREE ROOM MOD- ern apartmeat Refurnished and redecorated. JOS West Lincoln way. CHOICE FURNISHED 2 AND 3 room apartments. Well located. 520 Crawford. Phono 733-W. i>un*ait en, .lulu AND MODKKN i ( »ut i.inlt Brotb Pfeou* Von Papen's Wife Heads Club BERLIN (ILE>—Frau Martha von Papen, -wife of the German .vice- »^aDcellor, has been elected lead- of the German Housewife's Organization. Mrs. von Papen is the second -wife of a high government official to accept the direction of a large women's organization. Frau Magda Goebbds, wife of the propaganda minister, recently became honorary chief of the "German Fashion Movement. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice to Bidders Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Manager, Ames, Iowa, until 10 o'clock a. m. Wednesday, August 2, 1933 for furnishing the labor and equip^ ment required to clean and paint the water towers, smoke stack and other incidental structures in accordance with the specifications of the City of Ames, Iowa, for such work. AD proposals shall be on the standard proposal form of the City. Copies of the proposal form and specifications may be obtained at the above office. J. H. Amefi. City Manager. Published In Ames Dally Trlbuoe Tim-s July 27, 1933. . CHICAGO <U.E>—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: May 110% July 100% POULTRY: Market steady; receipts 1 car, 25 trucks; fowls H (§11; springers 11%; leghorns 8% ducks 7@10; geese 7@9; turkey; 10@11; roosters 7; leghorn broil ers H%@17. CHEESE: Twins, 13%@13% Longhorns 14@14%. POTATOES: On traick 268; ar rivals 65; shipments 295; marke dull. «> New York Stocks Close To3ay NEW YORK <UJE) — Following are Friday's dosing bids cai the New York stock exchange: American Can 85 American Locomotive 26% American T. and T. .123% Sept Dec. 100% 106 CORN: May 70 July 53% Sept. 57% Dec. 63 OATS: 113 102% 10" & 108% 71 55% 60% 65% American Tobacco B. 84% Anaconda 16% Atchison T. & S. F 62 Bethlehem. Steel 40% C. & N. W. Com 11% hrysler 33% Corn Products 7S DuPont " 70% General Electric 23% General Motors 30% :nternational Harvester 34% Montgomery Ward .21% New York Central ;43% Pennsylvania R. R 34% Sears-Roebuck ...35% Standard Oil of N. J 35% Studebaker 6 J. S- Ruber 18% I. S. Steel 54% Westinghouse Electric 43% Standard Oil of Ind ,29% ities Service 3% * Thieves Stole Charged Wires SEATTLE. Wash. OJ.E>—Daring hieves stole about three miles f highly charged wires from >oles of the Puget Sound Power nd Light company, police were otified. The wires carried 2,300 and 6,900 volts at all hours, company officials said. Tliey believed the work was accomplished by expert linemen. 109% 109% 99 99 102% 102% 105% 105 ?i 68% 6S% | 53% 53% ]has passed the 300,000 mark in Denver Population Increased DENVER, Colo. (U.E>—Denver 0074 •!•> /* udo jiasaeu mts ovu.uyy marK in 57% 57% (population, according to an esti- 62% 62% May July Sept Dec. RYE: May July Sept. Dec. 50% 52 50% 50% mate by D. H. Osborne, publisher of a new city directory. He estimates the present population Second Annual Meet at State College Iowa cow testers "went to school" at Iowa State college Thursday. A round of meetings and trips to the dairy . farm and the forag« crop experiment plots occupied them during the first day of their second annual meeting. Registration Thursday night totaled more than 50. This figure included some ex-cow testers and men who are applying for cow testing positions. Extension Director R. K Bliss, who organized the first cow testing association in Iowa at Waterloo, told the visitors Thursday morning that they were in reality extension workers and should consider themselves part of the vast agricultural extension organization of Iowa. (Cow testers are paid by the cow test associations. for which .they work, but are paid a small monthly sum by the extension service, so that they will have some connection with that organization). Director Bliss emphasized the importance of the work testers are doing and can do in the future in improving the dairy herds of Iowa. Dr. Geo. R. Fowler, head of the veterinary surgery department here, Lpoke on safe-guarding .the dairy herd against udder diseases and answered questions of the testers on- udder diseases. Floyd Johnston, dairy husbandry extension man, spoke on herd improvement registry testing. Dr. C. Y. Cannon, head of the department of dairy husbandry, told about feeding experiments in dairy husbandry being carried on here, and Prof. D. L. Espe, of the same department, conducted a tour of the dairy burns and spoke on judging of dairy cattle. Prof. H. D- Hughes, head of the farm crops department, told of :he experiments in forage rrops during a tour of fields devoted to these experiments. 42% 46% 91 79 84 44% 48 42-T4 46% 41%!to be 302,139 compared with 42% ! 287,861. the 1930 population ac- 92% !)0 BARLEY: July Sept. Dec. 65 69 86% 65% 70 78 83% 63 67% 46% 90 76 7S 83% cording to the federal census. ! *- Bright Spots Business Today's Markets Price* bid by local By United Press Vo. 2 corn ................ . .43c ar corn .................. 41c Oats .................... 33',fcc •logs .................... $-1.00 •ream, sweet .............. 24c ream, sour ............... 22c ilggs. No. 1 ............... ISc gs, No, 2 ................ Sc I Heavy hens ................. Sc Leghorn springs ............. 7c Heavy springs ____ . . ...... 11-1 2c All roosters ................ 4c Copper Used for Tombstones MIAMI, Ariz. (U.l:i -• Hoadsionos | ot copper arc Mnfi m;\''.c by c j "• foRfian. or»[>ri«;nlili hen. A ' ;onc (••<• con' keep.* ilic h. ailsiouo i In place. ' Dun and Bradstreet incorporated reports bank clearings on week ended July 26 totaled 55,515,859,000 up 58.1 per cent from like 1932 week. American Metal company re-, ports June quarter net profit of $247,604, against s net loss of $381,409 in like 1932 quarter. Heck Island linos reports June net operating Income of $1,366,753 against $331,353 in June last year. Gen»r a ! Railway Signal company reports June quarter not profit of $177,444, against $52,. 832 in previous three months. Toi>cK;i 'nil Hants Kc reports June not operating or ..IMS aRJiinst. $670,- CHICAGO OlEl-Dr. A. G. Black and Guy L. Shepard. farm adminis- rators of corn and livestock, re- pectively, were en route to Wash- ngton Friday to confer with Sec- etary of Agriculture Wallace and George N. Peek. They bore the views of farm lead rs in 10 midwestern states on fed eral regulation of com and livestock. These will be laid before Wallace and Peek for their guld ance in levying processing taxes on pork and perhaps other meats. Black and Shepard received their instructions from a committee of the Institute of American Meat packers which met here the last three days. They also made recommendations for disposition of surplus pork stocks now weighing down the market. Neither Black nor Shepard would discuss the recommendations but it was understood the secretary of agriculture would fiive them prime importance in drafting this phase of his farm recovery plan. Allotments f of Wheat in Iowa Are Published County allotments of wheat pro duetion under the farm adjustment act have been announced by the United States department of agri culture for the counties in lowa. The allotments Were computed on the basis of 54 per cent of the average production of the county during the base period, 1928 to 1932. This 54 per cent represents the portion of the United States crop used domestically for human consumption.. Township leaders in the counties will compute the allotments for each Individual farm on the same basis as it was figured for tht counties. An allotment payment will be made this fall to each wheat grower wl\o signs an agreement to reduce his wheat acreage during the next two years. The allotment payment, to be paid the grower in addition to the price received when he markets the grain, is for the purpose of giving tlie farmer parity price for that part of his crop used for domestic human consumption. "Parity price" means purchasing power equal to that of the 1910-1914 period. There are two optional ways In which the individual allotments may be determined, depending upon the way selected by the county committee. Under "Plan A" the average planted wheat acreage for the farm during the three year period, 1930 thru 1932, is taken as the base. This acreage average is then multiplied by the average per acre yield for the county as a whole during the base period. The farm is then alloted 54 per cent of this figure. Under "Plan B" the average total wheat production .on the farm for the three year period is taken as the base. Then 54 per cent of this figure is used as the farm's allotment. T.he latter plan provides for larger allotments for the farms of highfer yield. The total allotment of the state is based on published official state figures. The Iowa county allotments follow: "FALSE" CHINCH Do Not Inflict Much Damage to Crops NEVADA — Many inquiries have reached the farm bureau office here during the past few days in regard to Insects infesting the flax and small grain fields in Story county, Thes'e insects have been .care 1 fully inspected and have been identified by Dr. C. 0. Brake at Iowa State college to be what is known as "false" chinch bugs. These insects are very similar to the true chinch bug which has been doing a lot of damage in the southern part of the state,, with the exception that the false chinch bug is lighter in color and not quite as large as the true chinch bug and adults do not seem to do as much flying. The false chinch bugs are not liable to do.any noticeable damage, as at present they are only infesting the ripe small grain crops. Careful watch of these chinch bugs should be made by all so that if any growing crops are being damaged control, measures for preventing, further advancement on crops, may be used. For fields that are to -be plowed for next year's crop-, early fall plowing will destroy these insects to large extent. Ave. Production Bu. 1928-32 Buena Vista 3,540 Cherokee 3,276 Clay 4,881 Dickinson 10.825 Emmet 7,398 Lyon 4,030 Many Wish to Show Baby Beeves at Fair Thirteen hundred applications for the privilege of exhibiting baby beeves at the Iowa otate fair have been received from 4-H club mpmbers, according to F P. Reed, boy's club agent in the extension service at Iowa Stato college, while thi»re are accommodations for only 600 Entries will bp apportioned among the various counties by allotment, Mr. Roirt Bald. A larpe list, of entries Is «lsi expect*;! in the l«rn'> O'Brien 2,608 Osceola 2,776 Palo Alto 9,022 Plymouth 75.864 Pocahontas 12,810 Sioux 18.036 Butler 6,733 Cerro (Jordo 5,995 Floyd 8.096 Franklin 4,964 Hancock 6.257 Humboldt 9.776 Kossuth 9.7S7 Mitchell 10.890 Wlnnebago 5,919 Worth 9,988 Wright ___ 6,533 Allamakee 19,085 Black Hawk 10,535 Bremer 4,322 Buchanan 6,440 Hiickasaw 9,231 Clayton 18.SOO Delaware 8.211 Dubuque 13,441 Fayette 12,021 Howard 5,813 Winneshiek 20,348 Audubon 13.568 Calhoun 5,228 arroll 29,593 rawford 93,393 Greene 9,588 Guthrle 39,359 Harrison 412,877 da 2,760 \!onona 905.210 Sac 7,881 •Shelby 28,163 .Voodbury ...310,921 Boone 21,889 Dallas 202,212 iruudy 5.737 Hamilton 10.1SS County Allotm't Bushels 1,970 1,809 2.734 6,u3l 4,141 2,251 1,447 1,568 5.026 42.336 7.156 10,051 3,739 3,337 4,503 2.774 3.49S 5.46S 5.46S 6,071 3.297 5.588 3,659 10,654 5,870 2,412 3.578 5.146 10,493 4.583 7,478 6,714 3,257 11,338 7,558 2.935 16.524 52.105 5,347 21,952 230,293 1,528 501,892 4.382 15,720 190,169 11.9U 112,774 3,081 NEVADA — Dates for the annual Story County 4-H club Achievement show were Get as August 21. 22 and 23 by a group of 20 leaders who met here Tuesday evening.- Plans are going forward with enthusiasm for a real achievement ihow. The business men of the county have declared their willing, ness to back the show. Every day will be a full day with special features of Interest showj- ing the boys and girls accomplishments for the year. ' The general program will consist pf livestock judging contests and judging of all livestock with a . show and livestock parade. The girls will present a full three day program of their home furnishing work and a health contest. Marshall 30,920 Polk 298.720 Poweshiek 12,846 24,035 Story Tama 28,962 Webster 11,268 Benton 18,999 Cedar 48,9*6 Clinton 59,325 Iowa 50,570 Jackson 17.679 Johnson 39.1S7 Jones 9,082 Lynn 23,858 Muscatine 118,304 Scott 203,341 Adair 66,777 Adams 46,580 Cass 151.6S6 Freemont 222,838 Mills 199,406 Montgomery 253,733 -310,443 Page Pottawattamie —213,595 Taylor 100,722 Appanoose 32,092 Clarke 34,253 Decntur 57,794 Lucas 33,981 Madison 239.018 Marion 150,040 Monroe , 57,774 Ringgold —— 45,834 Union 29,343 Warren 279.S93 Wayne 25.102 Davis 34,751 Des Moines 153,639 Henry 66,143 Jefferson 53,034 Keokuk 51,393 Lee Ul.TN Louisa -.197,220 MAhiuka 103,213 In June UC.2. I READ THE Van Huren . 6?..S3» 8.669 Wapollo 1*5,715 2.4H«tV,'MSli!ni?«in «1.M* 63,3631 State Toul ..7,208,0^5 17,248 166,609 7.15§ 13,428 16,042 6.272 10,614 27,299 33,059 28,224 9,850 21.S71 5,066 13.30S 65,?76 113,418 37,271 25.972 S4.591 124,313 111,207 141.521 173,162 119.127 56,166 17.891 19.037 32.244 15,937 133,313 S3.707 32.244 25.570 U.363 156.115 U,39l 19,379 *5,S76 36,308 29,591 38.666 71,494 110,000 . f ,7..V,-3

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