The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 12, 1938
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The Algona tfpper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1938 LUVERNE COUNCIL NOW ORGANIZED TStayor Tiede Reappoints Town Marshal, Clerk; Corbin, Health Lu Verne: At a council meeting held last week Monday evening the new council wag organized with Ralph Dimler being reappolnted as marshal and I. W. Hof, town clerk. Dr. R. L. Corbin was appointed city health officer and the committees for streets and walks, water "works and parks and playground were appointed by Mayor Tlede. Mrs. S. P. Phillips spent last week at the Harold Phillips home at Dows. Lewis, the four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pergande. has been a patient at a Fort Dodge hospital, suffering from throat trouble. Anna Frost was hostess to the Lutheran Young Peoples' society at their regular meeting at the church parlors last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus took their son, Gerald to Iowa ClttfAhc first of last week for a checK^p. The lad had Infantile paralysis, •when he was small. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bergman of Arthur, Icf a. have been guests at the home of their son-in-law and QUILT CONTAINS 6,100 PIECE»-St. James, Minn.: After several months of intensive sewing, Mrs. Fred Mausling, who is 80 years old, has completed this beautiful quilt composed of 5,100 tiny pieces. Her husband, who is shown holding the quilt with her, also assisted her by keeping a needle always threaded and ready for use. He is 77 years old and the two worked happily on this project all through the past winter months. STRIKERS TAKE OVER POWER PLANT—Saginaw, Mich., Striking employees of the Consumers Power Co., took over the operation of an electric generating plant at Zilwaukec, near here, after the company stated that they could not renew its contract with the Utility Workers Organizing Committee, a CIO affiliate. This and other plants are being run without interruption of service and the strikers are awaiting the return of Gov. Murphy for a settlement of their differences. Photo shows a gi-oup of strikers picketing the Zilwaukee plant as they are gathered around an improvised campfire to keep warm. daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Nelson. They returned home Friday morning. The April meeting of the cemetery association will be held at the community hall, Thursday afternoon, April 14. Mesdamcs D. H. IH.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against low ot damage. Equipped to do aO Kind* of draylag and hauling. O-tf Careful wlection and mating hive developed good producing, vigorous breeding flocks for the Swift Hatchery. These flocki pan on their vigor and ability for good growth and egg production to the SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS you buy. Oide», Your Swift Hatcheryman inspect* each «tt for size, shape, quality, cleantinei*, and ihell texture. Only the belt eggi weighing 2 a*, or more are let because big eggi mean big, healthy chicki. . . chicki that will grow into profitable bird* for you. Swift & Co. Phone 264 Algona, Iowa Wormerson, Archie Sanford nm H. H. Lichty will be hostesses. Mr» and Mrs. Irvin Chapman spent Thursday and Friday at Ame; where Mr. Chapman attended . heating and air conditioning con ference. They also visited thei son, William and other relatives it Nevada, Iowa. John Trunkhill In Hospital, Shows Gain, Last Report Portland: John Trunkhill was re cently taken to Rochester, where hi went through the clinic and was brought home to the Algona hos pttal where he underwent an op eration. He la Improving at las reports. At Achievement Days Achievement Day for all women In the county, held at the high school gymnasium, Hurt, Friday was attended by Mesdames Garni Hood, Ivan Long, O. O. McFarland Cecil Long, E. L. Dlckmeyer, Men- nctt and John Trunkhill. Wyoti Stott, F. A. Ringsdorf, Tony Jand! Martin Larson, Victor Applegatc Ralph Carney, Roscoe Stewart Shlpler, E. O. Mann, Tom Trenary Ray McWhorter, Martin Becker nnd Miss Lethtx Mann and Violet Long. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfndson and family spent last Sunday with the Peter Godfredsons at Bancroft. lona Godfredson took a load of high school band members to Britt last Saturday to compete in a band contest. Ltitle Bobby Applegate is now recovering from the mumps. He is the second child In the family to have the disease. Mrs. S. M. Peterson is again 111 and bedfast for the past week. Miss lona Godfredson is taking care of household duties during her illness. Miss Elda Jandl spent several days last week at Des Molnes taking the state examination following a nix months' beauty course taken at Fort Dodge Beauty acad emy. Sunday dinner buests at the Jim Shiplers. who recently moved to north of Algona, were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Larsen und the Roscoe Stewart, Garnle Hood and Earl Shipler families. ^^ i Serve Taylor Made ICE CREAM For Easter! Full ,/f 5£ « Quart 2qta. 1 gal. —80c .$1.20 Place Your Order Now ... We'll Deliver Easter Morning The Family's Favorite Dessertl Assure your party or dinner of complete success by having delicious, creamy Taylor Made Ice Cream for dessert. At your dealer or phone'270 Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory BA8TE&MOLDS: Surprise your Easter guests with these $1 CA one dozen __„„ *»«HI MRS.C.COHENOUR DIES INTHE WEST Former Well Known Algona Lady is Survived By Husband, Son Word has been received in Algona of the death of Mrs. Chas. Cohenour, at her home In Los Angeles, California, recently. The burial was held Saturday, April 2. Mrs. Cohenour had been In poor health for some time. Mrs. Cohenour was Miss Ida Walters of Bancroft when she married Dr. W. E. H. Morse. She was a sister of Dr. Walters, for many years a Bancroft physician, who later moved to Los Angeles, where he has owned and conducted Blmini Springs, a health sanitarium, since. Mr. and Morse had one child. William, who is now operating a dry ice plant in California. After the Morses were divorced, Mrs. Morse married Chas. Cohenour, who at that time was county attorney of Kossuth county. The couple later moved to Glendale, Arizona. Here Mr. Cohenour disappeared and his whereabouts were unknown for many years. It afterwards developed that he had been in California. At the time of the settlement of his father's estate in Illinois Charlie reappeared and again joined his wife and child. For some years they have been living in the vicinity of Los Angeles. Dr. Morse, it will be remembered, died at Oakland, California, a year or so ngo. He had been married four times during his life time. The ; only child of the Cohenours, Chns. Jr.. wns killed in nn airplane accident after growing to manhood. Charley Cohenour, Sr.. survives his wife. A AA Question Box Questions nnd Answers printed below represent authoritative information supplied by the State of lowit. Q.—If. and when I get my soil-depleting allotment, I find that I have seeded too many oats, how can I dispose of these oats? A.—You may pasture the excess oats sufficiently to prevent the maturity of grain or plow them under as a green manure crop. Q.—Can oats which are pastured be considered as non-depleting, even when no grasses have been seeded with the oats? A.—Yes. Q.—If I find that I have left more lend for corn than my corn acreage allotment, what crop* can I use on thU excels land? A:—You may tile sweet sorghum*, sedan grass, millet or soybeans Q.—Would Ihese crops be classified as depleting or non-depleting? A.—The sweet sorghums, sudan grass and millet would be classified as depleting crops if they were harvested for grain, .syrup or silage. The soybeans would be depleting if they were harvested or matured as grain or seed. Soybeans cut for hay, however, are not-depleting. * • • Q.- Could I plant sweet corn for fodder or .silage without having it counted in with my corn acreage allotment? A.—Sweet corn will be regarded as corn acreage for the purpose of determining whether the corn acreage allotment on a farm has been exceeded, except when the sweet corn is contracted for canning or sold for roasting ears. • « • Q.—Can I summer fallow thistle patches and not have these patches cUJsslfiied as soil-depleting acreage? A.—Thistle patches on cropland, if summer fallowed, In order to be classed as non-depleting must be in a solid block contiguous to the side or end of the Held and the line between such portion and the remaining portion of the field must be straight. Therefore, small, irregular patches of thibtle could not be summer fallowed and considered non-depleting. Q.—Will the sowing of red clovtr and alfalfa seed count toward my soil-building allowance? A.—Yes, if you rile a statement showing the origin and purty of such seed on Form NCR-221, which may be obtained from your county AAA office. This statement must also show what fields you have seeded to the clover and alfalfa St. Benedict Farmer Hurt in Field Work St. Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. Jos. ."ink are at present assisting with he farm chores at the Art Klein home. Art sprained his ankle ser- ously while working in the field with his tractor. Mrs. Ben Dorr spent Wednesday at the Dunlap home. John Witte and son, Joe, were jusincss visitors at Mason City last Monday. Mrs. G. Studer and Mrs. Mary McKenna called on Mrs. Huschku ast Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Potofl uf Halbur are at present visiting tin; latter's iiother, Mrs. Huschka. Mrs. Anna Huschka is on the sick list. She lius been cuutined to her bed fur inure than a week. Martha Jones. South Dakota, came to spend some lime with her aged mother, Mrs. C. Imiuerfall. Miss Mildred (Jraudgennet who just recently returned from California, left for Alyojia. where aho be employed for the summer. Miss Betty McMurray wiio has been a^J^je Mrs. C. Inuiierfall home- all winter, left for her home to help her mother with the spring work. Karl Schwartz and Dr. August Krau.ii.'. the latter of Suc-neer, went to Auies and Des Moiueo Saturday to visit friends. Clothing Men Pay Algona Compliment Guy Hinckley. Eagle Grove clothing man, and John Leuthold of St. Paul of the Leuthold clothing stores, with which the Hub Clothiers of Algona are affiliated were- visiting In Algona, Saturday. Mr. Leuthold said that "the appearance of Algona seemed to him to be one of the most attractive and snappy of any of the many towns and cities in which he visits. Mr. Hinckley, on the other hand, can be pardoned for only partial agreement. He asserted that Algona was a right nice community, but added thnt it compared in those- respects with his home town ot Eagle Grove. At Eagle. Ward Barnes, and Maurice Crabbe. newspaper pub- lishers, art working liko heavers in prepnrntion for the silver anniversary of Mr. Hinckleys store, to br- held April 22. VVholesnlo firms with whom he tiros done business for tho 25 or more years fire sponsoring a special edition of the newspaper for the event. 400 at Anniversary Of Ring»ted Couple Fenton: Mrs. Hilbert Hnntel- mnn. violinist, accompanied by Edith Wolfe at the piano, furnished music for the 25th wedding nn- nlversaty of Mr. and Mrs. Nets O. Christensen of Ringstcd. The nn- niversary was relcbrnted in the Ringsted opcrn house at which 400 people attended. The Christensens nre parents of three children, n daughter. Pearl is the seventh nnd eighth gnule tenrher In the Fentop public school and n daughter. Mnr- jorie nnd son. Merle, sitteml the RiiiRsted high school. Hilbprt Han- trlmnn nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, Robert Kylil nnd daughter, Ruth Map. were the others from Fenton who attended. Lotts Creek News Ernest Rehremls died of a heart nttnek at the home of \Vm. Zumnch Friday aftprnoon. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Mrs. Carl Zumnch is n sister of Mr. Rehrends. Mr. and Mrs. Tiugn Faiilslirh were Thursday afternoon visitors nt the I Etnil Bierstedt home in Fenton Mrs. Bierstedt returned home from Ksthprville Wednesday with her .••mall daughter. Carol Jane, who underwent a mastoid operation. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Kuecker. Mr. ami Mrs. Richard Potratz. Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenau and Ruth, Mrs. Henry Meyrr, Mrs. Herbert Potrat.'. and Edward, Hugo Faulstich and Victor nnd William. Alice Luedt- l<p and Paul Meyer were Friday aftprnoon visitors'nt the Lutheran parish school. Martin Ohm. son of Mr. nnd Mrs Otto Ohm, Is managing the 7,um- m'h beer tavern nt Rolfe since last week. The owner. August Zumnr-h. is suffering ill health nnd left last week, nornmpnnifd by his wife, for Rochester, Minn.. for treatment. From there they plan to tal<e a trip into Wisconsin. 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