The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1938 yuwww Kotsuth County Hatchery Associates of Spencer Chick Hatchery 17th Season Pioneers in Producing Baby Chicks from Supervised, Culled ft Blood-tested Flocks only The 1938 production of Baby Chicks is much less than last year. April and May output is hehig rapidly booked. To avoid disappointment in April and May delivery orders should be placed NOW. Our 800,000 egg capacity is your best guarantee of service. Call, examine formula and get jjrice on our perfected, scientifically prepared Starting Mash. Kossuth County Hatchery Phone 800 East State Street Algona, la. SWEA TWP. HAD BURT EXHIBIT Mesdames Johnson, Lindie and Clark Prepare Achievement Booths Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Art E. Anderson, Swea township woman's project leader, and Mrs. EmU Larson and J. Iva Moats attended the Kossuth county woman's Achievement Day at the Burt public school last Friday from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. The Swea ladles had a booth displaying work done and showed a child's sun suit, and one piece play dress, as special feature. This ends the woman's project for this year. Much satisfaction is expressed In the Interest Miss Lucille Pepoon has given the lessons of the project. Mrs. Myron Johnson, Mrs. Oscar Llndte and Mrs. Bert Clark of Eagle represented their township. They had as a display In their booth "Mother-Child Care", and a table was set displaying a balanced meal. Aiiniverurjr Obeenred Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck entertained 25 guesU at their home last Wednesday evening, it being their 16th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Hoeck's birthday. Five hundred was played, after which a lunch was served at a late hour. Mr. Hoeck was presented with a smoking stand. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck of LeMars and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Vandenberg of Armstrong. Charles Lehman Honored by Ford Motor Co. for Sales Record in 1937 If we headed this little story, "Home town boy makes good" It would be exactly the truth. For Charles Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman, who live a short distance west of Algona, was recently honored by placing second In the state of Iowa for 1937 In the National Producers' club, an organization of Ford motor salesmen. His record, and picture shown here, were recently given prominent attention in an la- ?ue of the Ford Dealers' magazine. Charles has been with the local firm for the past eight and one half years, and is sales manager of the organization. a spot which is now In the city of Wilmington, Delaware, April 8th, 1638, or March 29th, according to the old style calendar. The state of Delaware still observes March 29th as the anniversary. In the 300 years following the first Swedish celebration, Swedish- Americans have been prominently Identified with engineering, art, statesmanship, education and agriculture in North America. Their activities are portrayed In the many exhibits of the American-Swedish Historical Museum and the purpose of the present campaign is to keep alive those traditions and to add to the treasures now in the museum. ERMA HARVEY ELECTED PRESIDENT OF UNION MOTHERS & DAUHTERS Cora Reid, Veda McArthur Are Hostesses at Meeting on Safety BARRETT BROAD SHADOW ASPHALT SHINGLES Shad-O-Band Shingles Architect*, home owner*, builder* **ree that the thickness of a •hlngle'e shadow U to a great extent tbemeasure of • rorfs ilttrwrUTenea.. Barretf. built-in eh«4ow glr»» * tile-like appearance. Fire Safety— Barrett u*e* 8 thick surfacing of granulated minerals. Spark* and cinder* falling on Broad Shadow Roof burn out harmless. SEE OUR COLOR ASSORTMENT. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 25(i Jim Pool Irvln Helmlck of Esthervllle is employed at the Ted Plathes helping with spring farm work. The Swea City high school Latin club met at the home of Elaine and Evelyn Bexell last week Monday evening. Art B. Anderson and sons, Albert and Edward, attended the Bancroft CCC camp open house and program last Sunday. Howard Blair is ill at his home with pneumonia. Florence Patterson of Grant is helping Mrs. Blair with house work. Mike and Joe Kennedy received news the first part of last week of the death of a nephew in South Dakota. They left to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tupy of I Minneapolis visited the first part of last week at the home of Mrs. Tupy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson. Mrs. Tankard Carlson was at Algona last Tuesday to report for jury duty, being drawn for the April term of court. She was excused on account of Illness In her family. Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg and sons, Mrs. Diamond Huffman and daughter, Geraldine and John L. Campbell of Swea City were last Sunday guests at the EmU Lar- Mr. and Mrs. Anthon Anderson returned to Chicago after a short stay last week at the home of Mrs Anderson's parents, the Ed Fos- grens. Mr. Anderson was called here by the death of his father, J G. Anderson of Ledyard. Anthony Shaw and Mr. and Mrs Forest Erickson returned home <\ week ago last Sunday from a few days' visit in St. Paul, Minn. Ths Erlckson'n visited their daughter who is taking nurses' training at Mounds Park hospital Mr. Shaw visited his wife, who i» caring for a sick relative. We'll Beat Any Mall Order Price You Can Find On TRACTOR TIRE CHAINS FariiMT-s! We Carry a Complete Line of Tractor Tire Chains—Kriss-Kmss and Nebular, at 33 l-3'/< Off List Price. SEE WHAT YOU BUY—KNOW WHAT YOU ABE BUYING Greenberg Auto Supply SENECA NEWS aaBoeesseeeceeegffiagCHeaaafficeceoeoBoaM SEXTON NEWS jfoXKgSB&jmffQi^^ James Steven, who Is making his home with his son. Harvey and family, north of Sexton. Is recov crlng from an attack of pneumonia suffered a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Currnn and little daughter. Carol Lee. Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and little daughter. Shir- Icy, Irvlngton. were dinner tjues'.s of Mr. snd Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith, Thursday afternoon. SHORT OR IX>NO DISTANCE MOVING Semi-Trailer or Truck IJvpfltork — Furniture Phonp HOT A. A. Fisher 309 No. Hall St. 14-15 LUSBY'S 14-19 Mrs. Amos Claussen and son Wesley of East Chain. Minn., spen Tuesday afternoon at the Irvln Classen home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hedln and family are enjoying a visit from Mr. Hedin's niece and her girl friend from Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Classen un< daughter and Mr. and Mrs. A. T Paulsen and family spent Wedties day evening at the CurtU Olun home. I Mrs. C. O. Bailey has been on the sick list since last Tuesday with an attack of kidney stones. She is under the care of Dr. McCrecry of daughter and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Adolph Meyers returned to Ma home 8unda> from the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge where he has been for several weeks recovering from a serious eye urut cheek Injury he suffered when he was recently kicked by H cow. Mrs. Curtis OUen entertained the Modern Mixer club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mm. Howard Richards and Mrs. Emit Kimera won prizes for game* played during the afternoon. Mrs. Fred Hedin was a club guent A birthday club was planned the- early part of the afternoon. Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club met with Cora Reid last Thursday afternoon with Veda McArthur assisting. Twenty-three were In attendance, despite the bad roads and deep snow. Election of officers took place with the following results: Erma Harvey was chosen president: Mary Sarchett, first vice president; Julia 'aylor, second vice president: Cora Bacon, third vice president; Cora Reid, secretary; Ida Winkle, asslst- nt secretary; Mame Wlnltcl, treasurer; Louisa McNutt, historian; rlabcl Tjaden. corresponding sec- etary, and Marie Bode, club re- iorter. The program pertaining to Safey was given which was scheduled o be given last September. A paper, "Why Be Cautious" was given by Mame Winkel and "Get- ing Away With Murder" was presented by Ida Winkle, Jr. The program was very appropriate and fitting for the day. A unch was served by the hostesses. Guests Included Mr*. Nathan Parr, Union: Mrs. Milton Marlow, Burt; Mrs. Ralph Harbert, Miss Avis Wilson, Algona, Mrs. Murl Potter of Humboldt. The next meeting is to be held with Mame Winkel assisted by Mrs. Francis Gould, April 21st. Job* for Year Raymond Dearchs, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs U working for Henry Engstrom this coming year. A brother, Harold Dvarctu, ha* been assisting at the Frank Hoflus farm. Mrs. George Stewart is much better. She has been serioualy ill with rheumatism. Billy Tjaden has recovered from an attack of the mump*. He attends Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Van Horn and family of West Bond visited at the P. N. Sarchett home Sunday evening. Mrs. Murl Potter of HumbolJt spent from last week Wednesday until Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reid. Miss Cecelia Haupert, who keeps house for Father Davern at Fort Dodge, visited her aunt, Mrs. Emil Stoffel last Thursday. Little Tommy Keefe, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefe, was at the Koisuth hospital in Algona a few days last week receiving med- Swediah-Americans Planned Forefathers' Day for April 8th Two million Swedish-Americans in more than 1,000 communities throughout the United States and Canada observed Forewathers' Day, April 8th, celebrating the 300th anniversary of the landing; of the first Swedish colonists In the New World. In Pennsylvania, the day has been made a legal holiday by act of the legislature. Forefathers' Day marked the opening of a nation-wide campaign to provide a $750,000 endowment fund for the American-Swedish Historical Museum In Philadelphia, erected in 1926. Francis J. Plym, Nilos, Michigan, industrialist, is president of the Swedish-American Tercentenary Association, with its headquarters In Chicago, which conducted the campaign. The museum la distinctly Swedish-American creation and already contains records and exhibits of the part Swedish-Americans have Ukcji In the development of the New World. The building and If! contents represent a $500,000 investment, provided by Swedish-Am crlcans. The endowment Is to make perpetual provision for operating costs of the museum. Campaign committees have been organized In 1,087 Swedish-American communities In the United States and Canada, which will observe Forefathers' Day by special events In schools and dinners, opening the endowment campaign. The. first Swedish colonists landed In the Delawore river valley at Do you want to SAVE MONEY? f HBHK* 1 Rl FARM LOANS Low rate, l*ng term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDWARD CAPE8IU8 Hclae Bldg. Algona, Iowa 1-tf ical attention. He was brought home last Friday. District No. 1, Union boasts one of I he largest rural schools. At least it Is the largent amon* the Urlon schools. Imviri; 21 pupils, flv? of which are eighth grader.-.. Mica Csrmella Fraser is the teacher. T»re- children /run the Raymond Uiiirince family, living where tlie A.'in:i Pentonn once lived, lire nun- pu|,::* since Man-.i 1st In thin district SEXTON NEWS g " aiCia^^ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise spent Friday in Mason City attending a postmustein' convention at the Hotel Hanford. A banquet at 6:30 followed the afternoon meeting. Mrs Henry Hawley and granddaughter. Constance Joy DeWilde, Mason City, are upending from Thursday until Sunday with Mr. and Mm. B. E Sunders. Mm. Hawley and Mrs. Sunders are sUter*. FEET TIRE, ACHE? Rheumatic-like foot and leg paini, sore heeli, callouses on sole* •re signs of weak or fallen arche* and cause tired, aching, tore feet. . Let us show you how you can obtain relief by building up your arches with the proper Dr. SchoU's Arch Supports, individually fitted and molded to your feet. Come in for a Free Foot Test, Brownell's The Standard Ford V-8, with 60-horsepower engine, gives you a lot of car for m litds) money. 300,000 new owners acclaimed the "thrifty 60" last year. Hundreds a day are buying it in 1938. Why? Because it is priced low — includes essential equipment without charge—and goes farther between filling stations than any Ford car extra ever built. Owners all over the country report average* of 22 to 27 miles on e •infle gallon of ftasoltne. But economy isn't all the story by any means. The Standard "60" is built with the same precision as the De Luxe "85," and has the same 112-inch wheelbase chassis. It is easy to look at and ride in —as well a« easy to buy and run. There's u Ford dealer near you. t( Thrifty Sixty" FORD V-8 aorjBoaagfirjiBgsBCB^^ KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 FORD SALES AND SERVICE Algona, Iowa ##ftpi?lpt<etFr^^ "For years I've eaten »ayt fA* "BIG TEN QUAKER OATS ^^^W ^^ _. . • £ * .» • *S_ Commutiontr of Athlctici, JOHN 1. 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