The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1938 · Page 3
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FEDERAL GOVT. OFFERS TREES ATLOWCOST Landowners May Buy Seedling Trees as Low as $1.50 Thousand f . Th 4; Federal government, under ine Clark-McNary law, Is cooperat- fv5 el' 1 ." 16 ^ tate °* Iowa through tne state Conservation Commls- «Vw?' ,u S tete E * te nsion Service, and the Forestry Department of ine college In furnishing seedling trees to the landowners of Iowa M*™ 1 ? »? " eed of 8maH trees tor reforestation, woodlot, or game cover pi anting work whwe "^ plantings are necessary. The trees which are available are black locust, black walnut, green ash, soft maple, white or American elm, red oak, bur oak ami white oak. The prices range from $l.BO per thousand to W.OO per thousand at the nursery. The trees are all small one-year seedlings and are suitable only for mass planting for reforestation purposes. Those obtaining the trees from the cooperative nursery must sign the following agreement; "I, (or we,) hereby agree to plant these trees upon the above described property for reforestation, erosion control or woodlot planting only, and according to provisions as noted on the opposite side of this agreement form, I, we, agree not to re-sell or give these trees to anyone, and to fully protect them from damage or destruction bv livestock." will be supplied and each order must total at least 1,000 trees. Disposal of trees by applicant— The applicant agrees that the trees will neither be given away nor resold for replanting. Protection of trees—The applicant agrees to fully protect the tract of land to be planted from the Intrusion of livestock by proper fencing If necessary, and also that all due precaution will be taken to prevent injury to trees by fire. Cultivation and care of trees— The applicant agrees to properly plant and to cultivate or otherwise care for the trees in order to keep them in thrifty condition. Assistance by the Forestry Department—The Forestry Departments agrees to give whatever as- The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 29, 1938 NAME WINNERS, SENECA DECLAM Melvin Klein, Jos. Crow ley, Wayne Lynch All Win Firsts Seneca: The junior high declamatory contest was held at the Senca school house Thursday afternoon. The winners in the oratorical division were Melvin Klein first with "The Menace of Lawlessness" and the trees by means of printed instructions and advice. Inspection and Reports—The applicant agrees to permit inspection of the tree planting at any time by a representative of the Forestry department, and to make reasonable written reports in regard to the condition of the tree plantation upon request of the Gorestry Department Transportation— The applicant must pay transportation costs. Payment for trees—The low prices for the trees are made possible through the cooperation with the Federal government. Payment In full for trees ordered must accompany application. Persons desiring trees for reforestation projects should send in for application forms to the Clarke- McNary Cooperative Nursery, c-o Forestry Department, Ames, Iowa. The general regulations and restrictions are listed as follows: Purposes of Planting Reforestation—Tree planting on original forest land, waste land, fub-marglnal land or for game cover. Woodlot—Small areas of farm land set aside for the production of trees for fuel, posts, pofes, or other wood products. It Is required that trees be in groups of not less than JO rows and spaced 5x5' to 8x8'. Erosion Control—Tree planting upon farm land for soil anil water conservation. The applicant agrees that the trees supplied under this agreement will be used only for purposes herewith stated and not for windbreaks or as ornamental or shade trees. Number of trees-—No less than 500 trees of any one species listed To Buy Eggs If Surplus Too Big In the dramatic division, Joseph Crowley won first with "The White Hands of Telham" and Dorothy Clemenson second with "Crimson Rambler." In the humorous division, Wayne Lynch won first with "The Old Old Story" and Lloyd Wilberg won second with "Billie Is Invited Out." Mrs. Clarence Gardner judged the selections. Junior Merrill is a victim of the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lfnke of Fort Dodge were dinner guests at the Sheldon Merrill home Sunday. Wilfred Stoeber of Fenton Is substitute teaching the seventh and eighth grades In Seneca school for Don Schultz who is on the sick list nt his home In Estherville. Dr. Thljuen ha* moved his office from over the Algonquin to n new- location over the Nelson & Lensing grocery. Clark Mollenhoff of Webster City spent the week end visiting John Kohlhaas, Jr. The boys are "farmer school mates. MM. George E. Johnson will rp- turn Wednesday from Chicago. where she has been for a week visiting relatives. Sir. and Mrs. Fred Kent \vrrr week end guests nt Mnsratine at the home of the former's brother and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gage Kent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew (Jodfrrd- son. Mrs. Fred Powell nnd Mr*. Mccla Rcdficld wore in Mason City. Thursday, on business nnd pleasure. The annual Kossuth county crib- base tournament will be held at the V. F. W. hall. Thursday evening. March 31. A large turn-out is expected. Bob l.nRarre, son of r.fr. nnd Mrs. C. R. LaBarre. arrived" Friday and visited over the week end here. Bob attends the University of Iowa nt Iowa City. jMrs. O. S. Moore took her son, Wayne, back to Ames, Thursday, to resume studies at iho Town State College. He spent hi.-, «pri'ig vacation at home. Mrs. C'liarlcn Rnupr returned on Sunday night after spending a week visiting nt the home of her son xnd wife. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe at Cedar Rapids. .Mr. and .Mrs. Maurice MrMnhon and daughter. Nancy, spent last week end in Minneapolis visiting Mrs. McMnhon's mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan. Mr. and .Mr*. Ahvrn Huenhnld and son drove to Lakola, Sunday, to take Mrs. Huenhold's mother Mrs. Wm. Aelderks home following: a week's visit here. H. A. Tuttlp took Ms wife and children, Marilyn and Richard, to I Perry. lown. Thursday for n ten dnys' visit with Mrs. Tuttle's mother. Mrs. G. A. Burrell. Mr. nnd Mrs. I,pR«.v Ditswnrth are the parents of a son horn at the Kossuth . hospital Thursday morning. This is their first child Mr. Ditsworth is employed at the AlRona lee Cream factory. Mrs. Carrie Ix>n-l« left for her home in Orange, California. Sunday. For thp past two years she has made her home with her mother- in-law. Mrs. C. R. Lewis, who recently died at the age of >3. D. I>. Paxson. secretary, announced that the Algona Cemetery association will hold its annual meeting April 4 at the Kossnth Mutual offices at 4 o'clock p. m. W. H. Freeman is the president. Mr. and Mr*. Tlieo. Hutchison !•>« TluirMlny for Chicago fnr n business ami pleasure trip. Thry will visit Mr. ami Mrs. C. Q Drummnnd. the latler a sister of Mr. Hutchison, ami another sister. Unrnthy Hutchi«on at Kvnnston. They nko visited Mrs. Hutchison'.") mint. Mrs. C. W. Mnnre of Kvanston. Mrs. n. P. npii-.ni) nn ,i ernmNou, .Terry (Joocl. left tn.l.iy (Tuesday) fnr Austin, Minnesota, to help Mrs. U'ayne Rradfield sliip hrr household goods to St. Charles. Minn., whrre Mr. Hrrulfipid has been trani- ferrnl ;is manager of the IJotsford Lumber Co. A house is unavailable -it St. Charles until April IS. ami Mrs. Rradfield and daughter, Patty, will he guests at the Benson home here until that timo. BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, lang term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDVf ABD CAPBOTO HeUeBldr. Algona, Iowa 1-tf The Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation has been authorized to buy surplus eggs, the Agricultural Adjustment Administration has announced, if the seasonal advance, which is expected soon, should be .below normal, according to A. L. Brown, county agricultural agent. The corporation would make the purchase to assist the industry in stabilizing and strengthening the market. Distribution of any eggs bought will be made to needy persons through relief agencies in several states and this will remove the eggs from the regular market channels. Purchases will be made at any- country purchasing points, terminal markets, or mercantile exchanges where surpluses prove greater than normal, where market trends are seasonally below normal and in areas where prices to producers are not In line with prices at terminal markets. A flexible purchase program makes it possible to buy surplus eggs from country points to avoid congestion at terminal markets. Eggs may be bought from farmer cooperative organizations, private firms, corporations or exchanges. The prices at which the eggs are purchased will depend upon fhe types, grades and where they are bought. . Union Phone Meeting Union: A telephone meeting for Line 20 was held last Wednesday evening at the Earl Taylor home. Harry Bates was re-elected president and Mrs. Earl Taylor was re-elected secretary-treasurer. Glen Jenkinson was elected line man for the north half and O. A. Campney for the south half. SEXTON NEWS • •• •- ••« Mr* Word warn received here that Mrs. Sadie Schenck of Minneapolis, and mother of Alfred Schenck, fell recently and broke one of the bones in her arm. The Harvey Steven family Is driv Ing a new Plymouth sedan. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and sons, Mitch and Dean spent Frklaj nt Mason City and Clear Lake on business. Mrs. Arch Burger, Burt, spent from Sunday until Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise und her sister, Mrs. Drusie Noble. Sexton School pupils enjoyed a vacation Friday, while their teacher, Miss Dooley, attended the teachers' institute at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Harold Curran and children, Carol and Joy May, spent last Saturday afternoon with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith. Mrs. Herman Wise spent Wednesday at LuVerne, helping her mother, Mrs. John Voss, Sr., entertain the LuVerne M. E. Ladles' Aid at the city hall. Mr. and Mr*. B. E. Sanders ipent Brophy he Save on your Hybrid Seed Corn Iowa 931 and other strains suitable for your locality. Leave your orders at our office or with our representative MR. L. M. OWEN Anderson Grain & Goal Go, Phone 308 Jrophy horn* »e»r Burt, helping, Mrs. Brophy's mother, Mrs. Mary^ Neuman, celebrate her 87th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sanders of Mallard and their daughter, Mrs. John Stelner and sons John, Jr., of Hanover, Pa., who has been visiting them, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Saunders. Rewrites Of Newi From L«»t Thuradty'i Kotiuth County:'Advinct 5 0 Baby Chicks Get our famous stock that spells profit for you. Large birds bred for years for heavy production of large eggs. AH flocks headed by males from pedigreed «nd trapnested birds. Special discounts on quantities and orders booked early. (TNTOM HATCHING —at prices you can't afford to let the hens set, and we do a better job for you. Get our prices on t'lik-k Starter, Remedies, aud Brooder Stoves. WELLENDORF HATCHERY WEST OP PAIR GROUNDS THE FOURTH DISTRICT, Kossuth county, promises perhaps the liveliest political campaign of the year, with the announcement that C. M. Gross of Fenton township would be a candidate for democratic nomination for county supervisor. The fourth supervisor district includes Lotts Creek, Fenton, Seneca, Swea, Burt and Greenwood. There are three other candidates for the democratic nomination. J. W. Bollig of Seneca, Chas. H. Newel of Fenton and Arthur Lindsay of Bancroft. Charles Morris, present supervisor, is a candidate for re- nomination on the republican ticket, while Mr. Kockler of Greenwood is also a candidate. A third cand- ida'e, A. T. Foth of Burt, was reported also to be considering the race. * * • 700 PERSONS WERE served coffee at the opening of the Nelson & Lensing grocery store here, last week. * * • PAUL WICKW1RE, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wickwire, farmers living south of Algona, accidentally shot himself in the right foot, while hunting with two neighbor boys, Morris and Merrill Devine. The youth walked home and then fainted Paul is getting about with the aid of crutches. BEE KEEPERS of Kossuth county organized at a meeting held at Titonka, last week. T. A. Dunmire was named president, and Rev. L. G. Gartner, secretary. OLIVER KM DSEN, Algona, was sentenced to 90 days in the county jail on charges of driving whilii intoxicated. He made his plea before Judge George A. Heald at Emmetsburg. Wednesday afternoon Knudsen hail been arrested between here and Sexton by State Patrolman Cooney of Mason City. * • * PITU HASE OP LAND by Mrs Ruth Hanna McC'ormick Sirmns. in contemplated near LuVerne. The land belongs to the Hannu e.stutc. B. F. McFarland. Weal Bend, is reported to have received the c<'in- munication from the daughter of the famed Mark Hanna. who managed the political campaign of President William McKlnley. FUNERAL SERVICES fo- Emil Stcnze). Springfield townshin, were held Monday. He was the' ulilost resident of Springfield. pasMii•; on at the age of 78 yeurs. Surviving are Ida. Otto, August, Emma, Huu'o, Alma, Reinhold, Louis. Walter ;••, 1 Ella, sons and daughters. Mr. SUnzel was born in Germany, coming to the United States when lia years of age. FEATURING SMART APPAREL FOR DISCRIMINATING MEN! V OPEN HOUSK Thursday evening, Mar. 31st FASHION PARK J. CAPP & SONS, Ltd. HYDE PARK MIDDISHADE YEARCRAFT %STEELEWORTH X You can tell by Hi,, youngsters playing marble*. You can (ell by the fact that well tlresBetl meu are a ] rt , a(ly appearing in new Spring Suits from Steele'.s. The styles this Spring are definitely new and different from your other clothes. We are showing fancy stripes with silk thread designs, novelty herringbone patterns in cheviots and worsteds; new shades in gabardines. Prices are reasonable too. Surprisingly Fine Quality Suits $22- 50 $25 $27 50 Oilier Suits $18.50 to $50.00

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