The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1942 · Page 5
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MEN. WOMEN HOLD GARDENING SCHOOL MAR. 13 atudy Needs and Methods i of War Grardene at High , School Auditorium in One Day Session More than £00 interested men and •women from over the county gath- •ered In the Algbna high school auditorium Friday In a gardening school session. Eleanor Sandstrom iMeOee arid E, P. Sylvester, both 3owa State College extension work- •efs, were .the principal Speakers and Instructors. Mrs. McQee ad- i dressed the group In the forenoon. Stresses Emergency j. The speaker stressed the Impor- 'tant parf that food and health play '1rt th»j war. She said that women •Mil be operating tractors andt taking the' Wen's work over In many ways, Her hearers werejllnformed that!"each person .consumes 1000 Bounds of food each year and that the soldier needs 6,000 calories' p'er •day while the civilian can get along <i(rt 3,000. People are urged to plant large gardens, can for winter use, eat more fruit and vegetables. It shjould • be remembered that ah acre of garden Is worth from $82 .tit) $100. She, asked'the women to work hard, waste nothing, keep the 'family healthy and keep their chins •«ip- •., ..-,.. Sylvester Talks Planting . <i! IThe- afternoon speaker', ,J3. P, Sylvester, said that 40,0(10 farmers • In this country raised no gardens at all last year, that some had poor ones and others real gardens. He asserted that Iowa, being the gar«den spot-'of the world, led in the Dumber'of good gardens. He talk«d of and explained proper planting, weed control, cultivation, con- ^rol of Insects and vegetable dis- 'eases. He said that fruits are important in the diets and Iowa fruic .crops were explained and their care Summarized. ^ Orte Important part of the program Friday was the potato grow* Ing project. Mr. Sylvester said that Io#a pnoduces about 75,000 acres of potatoes yearly, which not eno'ugh for our own use. 'The Irish Cobler Is the most reliable all" around variety for Iowa. The- soil sprouting, seed treatment, plant* Ing, cultivation, spraying, harvesting and storing were the Important phases discussed at the meeting. MRS. EMILY DODGE IN NEVADA Word has cdme to Algona from Fallon, Nevada, of the death of Mrs. Emily C. Dodge on March 9, at the age of 79. Mrs. Dodge was one of the best known women In Algona twenty years ago. She was born near Irvington March 31st, 1883, her parents benlg Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey Carlon, among the earliest pioneers of that section. She married Harry Dodge, the soh of a neighboring pioneer family. They had four children, Carl arid Dana, the sons, and two daughters, all of whom are dead; The daughters died many years ago and the sons, both of whom lived near their mother at Fallon, died within the past two years, leaving families. There are four grandchildren. |Mr. Dodge, the husband and,father, died thirty years ago. Mrs. Dodge _had only recently paid a Visit to the home of her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Marjorie Harriman, in Long Beach, California. Mrs. Dodge was one of the most active in all tjood works .during her residence here and .was Very highly regarded. She move'd to Nevada about twenty- five years ago to join her sons who were ranching there at that time. Mrs. Dodge was a highly cultured lady and her Algona friends always enjoyed her visits here after settling in the west. Many relatives still reside in Algona. MrSi J. O. Paxson is a sister iof Mr. Dodge, Dana Paxson, a cousin, Mrs. Don Sirilth a niece. The burial was made at Reno, Nevada, which is near Fallon. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 17-18 . EXTENDED RUN Second Feature Rape of China by the Japs "SCORCHED EARTH" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, MAron 19-20-21 HUGH HERBERT Plus Serial LOSS ANNOUNCES 1942 SOY BEAN LOAN PROGRAM •Pursuant to the Secretary's January 16 announcement regarding 1942 production gfials and price support, Commodity Credit Corporation has been authorized to purchase and make loans on- eligible soybeans produced In 1942, Bob Loss, county chairman, announced this week, Purchase Program Commodity Credlf Corporation will purchase eligible soybeans :of Classes I and II, (yellow and green), of the varieties approved by the U. S. D. A. War Boards. The following varieties are recommended varieties of high oil content: Manchu, Mukden, Dunfleld, Illinl, Illinois Chieftain, and Rlchland on the basis of $1.60 per bushel for beans grading No. 2 or better, with regular trade discounts for grades 3 and 4, Mr. Loss said. The price for soybeans of classes III, IV and V, (brown, black and -mixed) will be $1.40 per bushel for No. 2 or better with regular trade discounts for 3 and 4. • 'Beans grading weev- lly, musty, sour, heating, or having any commercially objectionable foreign odor or beans grading lower than 1 No. 4 for any other reason will not be eligible, for purchase. Purchases will be made only from eligible producers and beans may either be stored in approved warehouses 'or delivered at designated points. Purchases will be madu through June 30, 1943. The rates specified apply to a sixty pound bushel, free from dockage. Loan Program Commodity Credit Corporation will make loans to eligible producers on eligible soybeans, produced in 1942 and stored on the farm. Loans will be made on soybeans of all classes grading No. 3 or better with respect to factors other than moisture content and having moisture content of not more than 14 per cent. Loans will be available through March 31, 1943 and will mature on' demand, or June 30, 1943. Consent for storage will be required to September 1, 1943. The loan value will be as follows: Classed I and 11 (yellow and green) $1.65 per bushel for No. 2 or better; $1.62 per bushel for No. 3. Classes III, IV and >V (brown, black and mixed) $1.45 per bushel for No. 2. or better; $1.42 per bushel for No. 3. Livennore News Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith returned Wednesday from a two weeks' visit in Florida. Word has been received that Wilfred Vought, son of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Vought, was injured in an automobile accident in Los Angeles, Calif), and died Thursday, March 12, there. Particulars of the accident are not known at this time. The Voughts are Dormer residents of Livermore, living on a farm northwest of here. Wilfred attended school In (Livermore. Burial will be made In Livermore some time this week._ "Mr. and'Mr£ O. P. Andersen arid family,were called to firadgate by the sudden death of her, mother, Mrs. Anton Andersen 1 of Bradgate. The funeral services were held on Tuesday. The Anton Andersens were former residents of Livermore for several years residing on the JLen Howard farm southwest of town. r Because of business conditions today we are forced to go on a strictly cash basis. This will enable us to bring to you better hardware at much lower prices than would be the case if we were doing a credit business. „ • Credit losses must be absorbed in the prices that have been charged by stores doing a credit business. Hence you, as a customer, have had sometimes to help Cpay the loss because someone did not pay, Now this is no longer the case because you and ev* eryohe else will be paying cash. We do not need the same margin of gross profit to meet our overhead costs because We eliminated credit .losses, bookwork, collection expense, and similar items from the overhead, Consequently we are therefore reducing our mark' up, and this reflects to your benefit* , x We sincerely hope to continue to enjoy your patronage, and on our part we will do everything in our power to have items in stock ready for you as far as possible under war conditions, • ' , Kohlhaas Hardware i V •^ Formerly Kohlhsat & Mr*. Joss Riddle entered the Kos- auth hospital for medical treatment Thursday. . f Mr. and MM, L. 15. Unnan left Friday for ten days at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Mrs. Tom Dalley entertained the six members of her sewing club Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tattle were Sunday dinner guests _<jf the Alvin Webers n-ear LuVerne. Mrs. W C. Irelan will entertain 'the ten members of her sewing club Wednesday afternoon. The Wesleyan Service Guild will hold Its next meeting Monday, March 23, with Mrs. S. W. Meyer as hostess, John Kajewnkl, son of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Kajewskl, has resumed his studies at the Academy following an appendectomy. Mrs. Harry Krogh, the former Ruth McKee, of Mason City, arrived Monday evening to spend a few days with Mrs. R. A. Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan became the parents of their second son, Jerry Dale, 'born Saturday evening at the General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and Fay Meade attended the monthly meeting of the County Agents' club at Garner Saturday evening. Mrs. F. A. Corey went tf> Rochester Wednesday to be with her daughter, June, who underwent a major operation there on Thurs day. Mrs. Zclta Nugent left Tuesday for Des Moines after visiting since Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison arid other Algona friends. v' Betty Merrltt, student nurse at Mercy hospital in Des Moines, came Sunday.,evening .for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merrfct. Mrs. F. W. Dlngley accompanied her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Nugent, to her home in Des Moines on Saturday. Mrs. Dlngley expects to be gone several weeks. Bud Morck Is spending this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs C. W. Morck. Bud attends the University of Colorado at Boulder, and this is spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and family of Sioux City spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Aalfs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey. Mr. Aalfs Is an Armour & Co. salesman, -v. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts of Clarlnda were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. Mr. Roberts is with the Metropolitan Insurance Co., end they are former Algonans. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton attended the funeral of their niece's husband at Waterloo Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dutton then went to Toledo to visit the latter's sister .over the week end. Betty Ann Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stebritz, has resumed her studies at St. Cecelia's Academy after spending the winter in Missouri with her grandmother who recently died. Miss Ella. Lewis was the local delegate attending the three-day state D. A. R. conference in Des Koines beginning Wednesday of last week. Miss Lewis is chairman of the local junior D. A. R. Approximately fifteen persons plan to .attend a meeting of the Congregational Mitchell Association at Wesley Wednesday. " It is composed of representatives from nineteen counties. - Mrs. T. L. Larson is secretary-treasurer of the association. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Schmitt of Cherokee, Mr, and Mrs. William B. Higgins of Whittempre and Miss Mary Helen McEnroe, student at Clark college, Dubuque, ;ftrere her to attend the funeral oftheir aun Nora McEnroe. Mrs. Schmitt an Miss McEnroe remained in Algon for a few 'days. James Parks, son. of Air. an Mrs. Ed Parks, had Lwo caller from Spencer on Saturday, Duan Grosser and Marvin Morris. Th i former, twelve-years of age, hai just completed a hitch-hiking tri from Texas to Spemcer. Jame returned tao Spencer with the boy an4. his aunt and uncle, Mr. am (Mrs. John Parks, brought him horn Sun-day. SOCIETY Observe 57th Anniversary— Mr .and , Mrs. Milton J. Moore reached their 57th anniversary 01 theri marriage last Thursday. They spent the day quietly with some of their children coming in, Mrs Moore was Nonie Parson when they were married in Cedar county and they farmed in the oLne Rock and Algona' vicinity. They have been retired for twenty years, Mrs. Moore will be 78 in November and her husband will be 83 in June. Mr. Moore served.,six years on ^the county board of supervisors. They became the parents of twelve children and they have 25 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Their many friends wish them continued good health and congratulate them upon reaching this milestone. Surprise Birthday Party— {W. C. Irelan was surprised Sunday evening when ten friends dropped into help him celebrate his birthday* The evening was spent playing bridge with Mrs. R. B. ilngfham getting the ladies' high score, and R. B. Ingtoam getting the nigh score for men. . Mrs. Theo. Hutchison entertained sixteen ladies at bridge on Saturday evening honoring Mrs. gSella Nugent, 'former Algonan. Mrs. Woyd Robinson received high score {ir«e and 'Mrs, ?JwKent received a , guest Mrs, $. A, SDWM w«. entertain the member* «f her «o)»by «mb «n ftftemoon, **ftU£&- «*»- - .4* Mrs. O. P. Free spent Frjday with relatives and frie: 3s In Mason City. Mrs. 8. C, Spear Is In Chicago visiting her son, 'Elmer, who is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Station near there. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Crawford and four daughters spent .Sunday at Whlttemiore at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford. tierald Hartshorn of Des Moines was an Algona visitor last week. His business centered out of here, enabling him to visit his mother, Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn and his sister, Genevleve. Mrs. Phil Kohlhoas, Dr. Karl Hoffman and daughter, Joan, and Helen Corey spent Sunday in Rochester, Minn. The former three visited Mrs. Hoffman and Helen visited her sister, June. The Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman and daughter, Jean, plan to go to Lakota tonight (Tuesday) Where they will attend a Father and Daughter banquet and Rev. Buthman will speak. Mesdames Phil Kohllmas, Win. Lamb, Wm. Dau and Wm. Hawcott drove to Rochester, Minn., and visited on Wednesday with Mrs, Karl Hoffman, a patient in the St. Mary's hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Eldora were Saturday night din'rter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Thompson. The Johnsons lived here many years while Mr. Johnson ran a shoe repair shop. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Blossom, formerly of Manchester, spent last week at; the home of Mr. . Blossom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Clalr plans to attend a school of airplane production at Omaha soon. Eugene Murtagh Is expected back in about a week from Tucson, Arizona, where he went a week ago with Mrs. Murtagh and their daughter, Judy. Mrs. Murtagh and Judy expect to remain in Arizona for several weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore left Thursday for a short visit at Atlantic, Iowa, with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mledke. They also visited their daughter, Mary Louise, who is a dietitian at Clarinda. Mrs. M, A. Harvey and daughter, Judy of Ankeny, Iowa, spent last week with the former's sister, Mrs. Hershel Thompson. Mrs. Harvey's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harvey and son, Gary, of Sioux City arrived Saturday to take her to her home in Ankeny. Mi 1 , and Airs. Diirwood Moore and Clayton Moore of Cedar Rapids, spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore at Burt. Mrs. Paul Moore returned with them for a visit. On the return trip they paid a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore' at Wesley. Mrs. S. C. Moore drove to Ames Friday to bring her son, • Wayne, home for the week erid A .,Wayhe is a graduate student at' Iowa State College. Other guests :of Mrs. Moore were her sisters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. A.'E. Spepr oi Sherburn, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs E. C. Potter. , • EASTER HAT STARS COCKY CASUAL, that goes everywhere! Classip lines, flattering brim. Soft felt companion for suits or coats, neat stitched brim. Pastels, vivid A Bf| colors &iVV ' UP CRISP SAILORS so "suitable". Ultra flattering . . . feminine or tailored types . . . some with veils. See the whole A p|| collection AiWll UP ELITE Shop W. 'L. Martin returned Thursday from Peorla, ill., after attending the funeral of his sister* Dr. and Mr*, j. N, Koneflck spent last Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines attending the Sport Show. Mr, and Mrs. D. ti. LefTert spent at Swea City visiting their nephew, Lt. C. C. Anderson, former Swea City dentist home on furlough from Camp Polk, La. Air. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger returned to their home in Randalia, Iowa, after * visiting from Tuesday until Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. Dennis Pratt. They attended the wedding of their grandson, Merle Pratt, to Shirley Vlnson and made the acquaintance of their new great-granddaughter, Pamela Grace Waller. Mrs. J. A- Raney, Bed Gross knitting chairman, announces that yarn and knitting instructions may be obtained every Tuesday and Friday afternoons at the sewing rooms In the Legion hall. Mesdames R. J. Stewart, D. P. Smith, U. M, Herbst and H., M. Smith assist Mrs. Raney and someone will be on hand to tak(e care of (your needs. A number of Algona folks last Tuesday attended a house warming party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin 1 Blelch at Bancroft, wh!:> just recently had moved there from Titonka. The party also honored Vincent and Maralyn Seller's birth- days. The Algona folks present were the Henry, Martin and Julius Sellers. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Seller and f4ml . of Wesley and Dale Swtim# ft ferltt. Get Rid of Your Hair Problems for EASTER With a new "Feather Edge'* hair cut and permanent. Twin-co Beauty Salon Phone 5 Hood's I.G.A. Store Specials for Wednesday and Thursday KRESENSKY'S Soda Crackers 2 box 15c - Butternut Coffee Z Ibs. for 54C CORN Starch 2 Tailored Yet "Soft" YOUNGER SET SPORTSWEAR iW Of CALIFORNIA . . . It prone* ttsell U you will remember to lib. boxes lie "Suit" Hats $1.98 Others $1.49 to $6.50 1 Large Pkg| Oxydol 2 bars P. & G. Soap Peas i No. 2 'cans . 28c Calif. 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