The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1938 · Page 9
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—— . Bridge Construction Closes Rural Road _Uriion: "The road past the Frank Thompson farm la closed to traffic! f_.". ew u* r l, d ,?!J sr , b f lngc , onstructed Cat creek .."ftjjf *£U make a nice Improvements. Toe *oad was brouarht tin to grade just the past year! No otter gasoline will so consistently give you rapid-fire starting... because no other gasoline so consistently leads, the high test parade. Yet Phillips 66 Poly Gas costs not a penny extra, since Phillips is the WORLD'S LARGEST PRODUCER of natural high test gasoline. 'DING' URGES A REAL PROGRAM OP CONSERVATION Says Local Groups Can (Jet Parks, Recreation (Areas if They Will Go After Them With $250,000 of the $500,000 two- year appropriation remaining to be spent next year in some major conservation operation, Jay N. Darlinsr former head of the U. S. biological vey. feels that "here is a splen- chance for local groups to build up sound programs, and get work r.n£ i» u'l essent 'al for not only wild life, but for parks and recreation areas." However, it is up to conservationists to make known their wants, declared Mr. Darling, for "the new governor has committed himself to the promotion of conservation without political interference, and the legisature has always been willing to cooperate with the conservationists." Political officials ace glad to cooperate with conservationist*:, if constituents put forward a suitable P ro £ram, Mr. parling declares. Ding", as he Is familiarly known from his cartoon signature, firmly believes that no change should be made In the present conservation law, either to make It a paid commission or to separate the present commission Into two sections—one for parks, one for flsh and game "The consolidation of the two departments is just beginning to work smoothly, and it ought to be given a fair trial before another change is made, according to Mr. Darling. He writes: "At least two new conservation commissioners will be appointed in the next year, and probably there will be one or two other vacancies. Good conservation commissioners are the heart of the conservation movement, and it is up to the conservationists to see that well-informed, strong men with no selfish political motives are appointed to these positions. "If the conservationists do not furnish good candidates, the appointments will be default to political self-seekers. And why not? After all, if conservationists wont tend to their own interests, they can- The Algous ITppe? flea Mqines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 13,1938 Harms Oil Company Independent Ptrtrtbute«% Algoon,tow* , K. BtoMtnvH 1 . Bulk Station Agfc Phone « w 888 WHY FARMERS choose IOWEALTH Year after year, by .every tert. lowealth hai proven iuelf the biggeit- yieldinc. belt-producing hybrid com on the _ ... market. Suffer italics, deeper roots, leafy fodder, 10 to 20 bushels more com per acre — these are just • few of the lowealth advantages you get — and it costs you less than $1 an acre for seed. Remember — lowealth has an immense background of yield test awards, and is backed by one of the world's largest producers of hybrid corn. Stop in. Get the factj about lowealth. We promise it will pay you. Hobarton Co-Op. Elevator Phone SflFl R. L. Reid, ^SCULPTOKED IN BUTTER Chicago, n.: Miss Betty Roberts is shown with figure in butter during,the convention here of American Butter Institute members from all parts of the country last week. not expect anyone else to do it fo them." This message is of especial im portance to Kossuth county, for as Mr. Darling said in a talk here last year, the Kossuth Conservation League is rivaled by that of onl' one other county in number of mem bers—Kossuth has about 2000 this year—and activities are numerous In the last year the league has purchased and planted 19,600 seedling trees on county property which the board of supervisors set aside for conservation purposes. Anothei project carried out this year was construction of four additional low- head dams, making a total of 12 such dams in the county. MRS. O. SMITH RITES HELD AT BURT, DEC. 4TH Was 111 20 Months; Is Survived by Husband and Seven Children Who Are Left to Mourn Portland: Mrs. D. W. Smith passed away Thursday, Dec. 1st, after an Illness of 20 months following a stroke. Funeral services and burial took place at Hurt, Sunday afternoon. The husband and seven children survive: Roy of Eagle Grove, Jake of Hurt, Mrs. John (Florence) Jennings of Whittemore, Mrs. Sumner (Marie) Parsons and EM both of Butt, Mrs. Everett (Dorothy) Hanna. Lone-Rock, and Viola at home. Viola has been constant nurse for her mother and gave her excellent care with her father's help. The other children are all married but gave every thought and attention possible to assist and Mrs. Smith showed great patience during her long nines. She was a home-lover, n good Christian women, a fine neighbor, a loving wife and all the word mother stands for, in capital letters. She will live long in our memory. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against los/- or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tf SEED CORN Authorized Dealer for tMJLJLJLM. •nnriiiQ COALSTEALERS CAUGHT, AT IMRMl Youths, Aged 11 to 24, Arrested by Special Agent of the Rock Island Railroad Last Week Livermore: A special agent for the Rock Island was in Livermore, Thursday, to do some Inspecting In regard to the recent fire at the Rock Island station In the interest of the company, and while here shot tw6 birds with one stone, and rounded up a bunch of fellows who were stealing coal from the Rock Island coal cars and hauling it away in small wagons. The ones who were taking the coal on this particular occasion ranged from 24 down to 11 roars of age, the oldest being a married man. The special agent, after rounding up the gang called Agent Swanson who was at a cafe at the time, and asked him to call the mayor. E. F. Mites, pustlce of the peace, was called and the bunch was taken to the town hall where court was held and fines of $5.00 and costs were Imposed on the oldest of the bunch, and on the father of two of the boys who pleaded guilty to having taken coal himself, and the other cases are pending. This is not the first time the special agent has been getting in some work at the coal chutes here. Recently coal that had been thrown from commercial cars along the track when No. 923 due here at 7:40 p. m., had left town, had been reported to the agent by train men, and It was recovered and held for disposition. This work has been going on over a long period of time, and the tragic part of It is that the younger generation will pay and pay dearly in the end. I , - r l-;;^l^ ' \i i ' -^-^ —• LOCALS Mrs. F. J. Braner attended the 'uneral of Mrs. Mary Tech who died n the local hospital last Thursday. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at Brltt Jack Hilton plans to leave Friday .'or Galconda, Nevada, for a week's vacation with his brother, Bill, who vent out there a few weeks ago to oln Kyle Keith, who Is employed >y the Dodge Brothers there. The )odges, Carl and Dana, are former Algona boys. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeigler and .heir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Fickbohm returned ast week Tuesday from St. Louis, where they had been visiting at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gaines ifrs. Gaines is also a daughter o: ifr. and Mrs. Zeigler. Friends of Melvin Henderson, a former well known Algonlan, who moved to Pomona, California, several years ago with his parent*, will >e pleased to learn of his recen promotion. He has been appolnte< district manager for the Connectl- ut Mutual Insurance Company with >ffices in Pomona. For peveral years le had been associated with the Equitable Life Insurance Company. Us new position will include a much arger territory and Is a well earned dvancement. His father, the late "rank Henderson, died about a year go, and his mother, while keeping er home In Pomona, has taken a osltion as house mother In a boys' chool at Los Angeles. This work nablcs her to be home each week nd. She finds her work most en oyable and interesting. Give Permanent Gifts of Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Jewelry—Make Your Reservations Now While You Have a Complete Selection ... GRUEN, ELGIN, HAMILTON Rewrites Of News From Last Thursday's Kossuth County Advance MUQJNS* HYBRID Iowa Corn for any type of soil or conditions. I Anderson Grain & Goal Go. Phone 308 Homer Anderson 46-tf Oil Shampoo with linger wave, brushing and massage 75 cents Special Dandruff treatment and linger wave 75 cents WE USE ONLY Look Your Best During Holidays You can so easily and at so little cost for beauty treatments. Make your appointment now. PERMANENT WAVES Style Plus $2.50 Nu-Pad Oil $3.50 Duart $4.00 Kealistic $5.00 Shampoo, Finger Wave and Hair Cut Included SOFT WATER COTTAGE BEAUTY SHOP Minnesota. Phone 128 FUNERAL SERVICES FOR Lev! f. Wiemer, 55, prominent north lossuth citizen, and president of te Ledyard State Bank, were held 'hursday afternoon of last week at >e Ledyard M. E. church with Car! Hammer, Lakota, and Rev. Harvey Nelson, LuVerne, officiating. Pallbearers were D. A. Car- •penter, E. T. Halverson, Herman Goetz, W. E. Carlson, George Hagge and A. J. BiJsborough. Mr. Wiemer was born July 9,1883, in Illinois. At the age of 17 he moved to Ledyard with his parents, and became associated with the banking business through his uncle the late Frank Wiemer.. * In 1917, Mr. Wiemer was married to Gertrude Tillmoney of Ledyard. He is survived by his wife and one son, W. E., who is also associated with the bank. Four sisters also survive. Death was caused by cancer of the spine. * * • FOX BOUNTIES have been paid in full in Kossuth county to P. J. Heiken, Swea City; L. N. Hanson, Lakota; Henry Noyes, Whittemore; J. R. Thompson, and Geo. F. Markla, Burt; Glen Sabin, S. H. Arndorfer, Algona; Louis Scheppman, Irvington; Phil Lichty. LuVerne; Woodrow Peterson and Otto Swalve, Titonka; Harold Wehrspann, Lotts Creek; Paul Wille, Algona; and Charles Dunn, Grant township. MARRIED: Mildred Brandow and Harold Larson, well known Kossuth young folks, were married at Titonka by Rev. Patterson, last week. The bride graduated from Algona high school in 1934, and the bridegroom graduated in 1926. The new Mrs. Larson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandow of Cresco township, and her husband is the son of Mrs. Petra Larson, east of Burt. The , couple will live w ! th Mr. Larson's mother. * * * 6,000 BUSHELS OF CORN, some small grain, and two buildings were destroyed by fire at the Ben Meling farm, located four miles south and five west of Fenton, Wednesday morning of last week. The fire was discovered about 5 a. m. when the family was just arising. One of the buildings was a corn crib, in which the corn was stored, and machinery also, and two automobiles. The other building was a granary and in it a quantity of oats was stored. The buildings were covered by insurance but there was no insurance on the grain or corn. CURVEX COMMODORE 14 kt. yellow gold filled case is curvcdto fit the side of the w.ist. Full-size 17-jcwel Precision genuine curved Curvcx movement $55 MIRROR, COMB and BRUSH SETS Large selection $2.50 $5.00 $10.00 and up HAWK .>. Smart, new styic 15 jewel (jnfliN. C'ase is cur\c I to fit the wrist. 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