The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1937
Page 13
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&lgona Upper j^tr ^% ^% ALGONA, IOWA, THTJRSDAY7 County Planning Board Makes Reconmendations After Study After a year's work, during which time investigations, Interviews and suggestions in and from all sections of the county wer e made, the report of the Kossuth County Agricultural Planning Board was made public here this week. Copies of the report, and suggested conservation practices recommended, are being printed at Ames, and will shortly be ready for distribution. Five Recommendations Recommendations made by the committee follow: 1—Plow under second crop of clover on at least 65 per cent of the acreage. 2—At least 25 per cent of legumes and grassland to be plowed, should not be plowed until spring. 3—Haul manure to land needing it most, soon after it is produced. When possible put on grassland or where it will stimulate new seeding. 4—Of all farms in the county the following percentages need the practices shown on some part of 16 New Readers, 38 Others Renew To U. D.-Moines NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS— After annual subscription statements are mailed out, the first of the year, and a reasonable length of time allowed for reply, it will be necessary to remove all unpaid subscribers' names from our list. An Increase In newsprint prices makes it imperative that with subscription rates as low as ours, subscribers must be paid upr Most county seat their area to make the recommended rotations successful. Per Oent Limestone <. GO Commercial fertilizers S9 Grassed waterways 2 6—When sweet clover is sown In oats to be plowed under for corn during the following year, 75 per cent of it should be left for spring. There were 33 Kossuth men on the planning committee. M. L. Johnson is chairman. H. J. Frimml, H. J. Bode, G. W. Blelch, J. C. Skow, Donald Lyons, Arden Reynolds, Herman Runks- meler, Thomas Berg, S. A. Butcher, Geo. Butterfleld, O. S. Nelson. Henry Recker, W. H. Elmers, Peter Kramer, Edw. Droessler (deceased) H. Dreesman. P. M. Christenson, F. L. Ryerson, Ray McWhorter, Ernest Peterson, Otto Wlchtendahl, A. B. Schenck, Wayne Keith, O. E. Hot.t, Walter Vaudt, R. E3. Morgan, Henry Elscheid, Albert Johnson, Albeit Keller, C. R. Schoby, Henry Gelsheck- er and A. E. Merriam. newspapers are selling for $2. The Upper Des Moines is still $1.50 per year. New Subscribers Gusta Winkle, Algona, Leon Larson, Lone Rock. Albert Weber, Livermore. Father Ahmann, Algona. P. J. Helken, Swea City. A. B. Pannkuk, Wesley. Lewis Wingert, Wesley. Mrs. Nettle Peterson, Swea City. Fred Anderson, Algona. H. L. Potter, West Bend. Audrine Culbertson, Algona. Charles Kuchynka, Algona. Mrs. Alex C. Evans, LuVerne. L. J. Dalley, Granada, Minn. Mrs. Laura Wolto, Algona. Otto Wfestling, LuVerne. Renewals Orvllle Holdren, Algona, Rt 2. Roy Ringsdorf, Burt H. E. Rachut, Burt Henry Henrikson, Ottosen. F. H. Siemer, Wesley. F. H. Carlson, Swea City. Mrs. Anna J. Stockwell, Long Beach, Calif. A. L. Kleinpeter, Wesley. Matt Lamuth, Algona. Mrs. Clark Coffin, Burt J. Wadsworth, Lone Rock. Harvey Graham, Titonka. Win. Schauberger, Bancroft Mrs. Petra Larson, Burt. H. O. Buell, Burt C. R. Schoby, Bode. Gardner Cowles, Des Moines. Glaus DeBoer, Wesley. R. A. Winters, Lakota, C. Gabel, Ledyard. Mrs. A. D. Bradley, Correctionville. Dr. L. C. Nugent, Algona. Frank Sroufe, Lake Crystal, Minn. Percy Kuhn, Algona. N. E. Bartlett, Algona. Chas. H. Aman, Whlttemore. Geo. Holtzbauer, Algona. Ernest Hofmann, Lakota. Mrs. Henry Hoeck, Swea City. Charles Hutchison, Boone, Iowa. Frank Bestenlehner, Whittemore. Mrs. C. C. Baldwin, Armstrong. Fred Schoby, Algona, Route 2. Wm. H. Payne, Ledyurd. Louis Goetz, Wesley. Walter Genrlch, LuVerne. G. W. Boevera, Algona, Rt 2. Mr. and Mrs. John Gappy, Em- nietsburg, and a son spent Friday with Mr. Gappy'B cousin, Mrs. J.-T. Meurer. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lebanon, of JAPANESE DOLE FOOD TO SHANGHAI HOMELESS—Shanghai: Hundreds of Chinese of the poorer classes, trapped between Japanese outposts and Yantszeepoo and the Chinese front lines on the Kiangwan sector, are given free food tSvlce a day by the Japanese Naval Landing Forces. Each dole consists of cooked and uncooked rice and raw vegetables. Twice each week these war paupers are given a ration of meat Life Insurance in Lu Verne Case is Paid Sounding was burned to death in a fire last July 5 which destroyed an outbuilding on his father Max Block's I property, has made payment to the The Insurance company which j elder Dloclf, according to the Lu Mason City, were Sunday guests at held up payment of a policy held jVerno News. This followed dismis- H. Kleinpeter's. I ' jby Walter Block, Lu Verne, who sal of proceedings in which the elder Hloek was suspected of hnv- iiiK set the fire. The policy was for $1,000, but it had a provision for double payment In case of accidental death, so the elder Block received $2000, and $17 was added tor interest. 'U' Coaches Will Be at Forest City Too Alpona will not bo the only place In North lown nt whlrh Irl Tubbs, Btatc university bond football coach, and three assistants—Ernie Nevers, Pat Holnnd, Glenn Devine —will be banquet puests next mid- month. The.y will bo guests at a similar function at Forest City the nipht before they come here, and the Waldorf college football boys, ns well ns the boys on the Forest City hiRh school sqund, will bo other guests. The Forest City university alumni and the Rotary club there will be Joint hosts, and the day and date will bo Tuesday, December 11. Tubbs und Boland spoke nt. a Spencer banquet last night. Mary Ellen Bottom, Clare Pall, and Bernard Erdmann, at*" dents nt the State college, AnKfl^ spent the Thanksgiving holiday* here. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. sa-ti „ tetetcfCfCK Yes - Lowest - Cost Save time and worry—purchase with confidence. Know yon have the best—we meet the requirements. Automobile Liability Insurance—Dwelling— Household Goods and all other forms of insurance coverage. See Us Today for your Insurance Requirements Good Insurance Pays The Algona Insurance Agency State Street Homo Loans C. R. LaBarre Automobile Loans Phone 65 Insurance ALGONA'S BIGGEST Wednes.,Dec.1st -i« • ' _. v« • _ w^. • TRICYCLES Brand new streamlined style, large mud guards, rubber pedals, rubber bandies. Our prices are lower— $1.98, $2.98 $3.98 up to $11.95 We handle the famous Skippy Trikes. n DRUMS Two linen ' heads,; automatic sp r i n g I tighteners— 25c, 49c, and 69c Horns _ lOcj Accordions — 98c | Clarinets 45ci Hi-Speed Hockey SKATES Men's ladies', boys'; and girls'. Finest Tubular SKATES for the season. $3.49 and $3.95 Skates without shoes i $1.39 ROLLER SKATES, for boys and girls 69c and 98c TRACTORS Heavy duty Aluminum finish, rubber treads and driver. Snowplows and brushes are included] in the above tractor. Choice of four dif- ! ferent tractor, at 98c Biggest Display Eve r Shown in Algona We determined this year that Algona would have the biggest toy show in its history, and we have confidence that Algona shoppers will find in this complete toy show just what they want at the price they want to pay. Come in and look around. JOE BLOOM. AIRPLANES China Clippers GAS ENGINES s DUMP TRUCKS Lowest prices. Won-if c tur J v . .11 gtee i derful gifts for the! J>lurdv8 » . ail f^ 61 little fellows. I construction, rubber 25c, 29c, and 49c | tires 49c and 89c DOLLS - DOLLS The biggest line of dolls ever shown in Algona. Big dolls, mamma dolls, black dolls, rubber dolls. Hundreds of dolls to choose from. You must come in and see tme. 17c, 25c, 49c, 98c $2.98, and $3.98 Boys and girls' GAMES Table Tennis 25c and 49c Painting Sets 15c and 25c Corn Games 49c 250 games to choose from our complete stock. TOOL CHESTS Fine tools in wood-j en cabinet. A veryj good gift for all size] boys. Price range 49c and 98c up to $2.98 Dogs, Horses, Walking Popeye, Hobby Horses, Carts. Gifts for all size boys or girls. 34c, 49c, and 98c TOYS for younger boys and girls. Telephones 69c Bowling Outfits 49c Blackboards - - 98c Target Games _ 59c SLEDS And What Sleds! You hae never seen a bigger line, 20 different styles. Prices are low— 98c, $1.49, $1.98 up to $5.95 OH BOY, TRAINS! 100 trains to choose i, from. Electric streamline. Tracks. The real American flyer type —you must see them 98c $1.49 up to $5.95 Have our clerks show them to you. . SKHS for boys and girls. 4i ft. or 71 ft. at the lowest prices. 50 pairs at our opening date, 4£ ft. long 98c pair EDUCATIONAL SETS A real gift for bigger boys. Science and Storecraft Sets. [Western Union sets 98c, 49c, to $1.98 Thousands of Toys in Stock Choose From at JOE BLOOM'S Coast Coast STORE

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