The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1942 · Page 12
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f'' Mi ;f'i,.,;,'. ] «• • !'F?" M ' i The Algona Upp^rPftflMoin^Algo^ 16^0^15,1942 FARMERS FACEBIG JOB IN 1943; A REAL CHALLENGE The specific farm products needed must 'be delivered when they Are wanted with the same precision «a the tknks, planes, guns and men. But not; just any; crops the farmer fcels'like planting.'. Farming as usual is out for the duration, says Robert iM. Loss, chairman of the Kossuth County USDA war board. The real gr:m strug-gle oil the farms has started, much harder than the achievements of the 1942 magnificent harvest. The goals far 1943 call for more than a third more meat than has normally been consumed In this country; and 8 per cent increase in egg production; two million pounds more milk thnn th'-s year; more corn; less wheat; more potatoes; more .dry beans; more vegetables vital to good diet. We must overcome, however, han- dScaps. here will be only one- fourth. Bs much new farm machinery as last year. Farms will be short of various types of farm equipment. Therefore, the KosA- suth County Farm Machinery Rationing Committee, In view of th's situation, asks anyone in need of farm (•"Ml^rnent to file his annlica- tkin with the committee as soon as reasonably conven'ent. County niio- -tas will he set for all types of farm machinery. One machine placed In the hands of a party who does not put it to maixmum use would be a waste of equioment and may de- •prlve peoole of food. Therefore the IPnrm MnnJiinerv Rationing Com- snittce believes that the machinery and equipment that is to be pur- <dtased, be utilized to is fullest extent LOCAL NEWS Bob Gelgel, son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Geigel, has pledged to Delta Tau Delta fraternity at the State University. Louise Wadleigh returned to Cedar Falls last week after spending two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wadleigli IVterle Conklln spent the week rnd with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Oonklin. He attends the University of Dubuque and has recently received a numeral for football. He has enl.'sted in the army air corps reserve. Hank Guderlan, popular inail man, is back at work after seven week's absence while recovering from a broken icg. He is not sufficiently recovered to go out on his route but he will be busy, nt the stamp window or other, jobs Inside the post office and before long will resume his ftuUes as city carrier. Howard Knney wlio has been stationed with the army in Australia, has written his wife here that he has been transferred to New Guinea. Howard stated that during the period he was in Australia in that particular section it had only rained once while at New Guinea it had rained every day. Mrs. Raney is the former Dorothy Geil- pnfeld and is employed at Pratt Electric. True Fanner S. L. Starny of Robins farms his 27-acre farm by himself. He-'uses no horses or tractors in cultivating his corn. The corn this year in his small tract of land is right up with the best. It is between 13 and 14 feet tall and is uniform in every way. Stamy believes that shallow cultivation Is the best for corn and this year's crop helps to uphold that theory. Chrischilles SEND THE BOY IN THE SERVICE A CHRISTMAS WIRE Through the Red Cross arrangements have now been made*to send messages to the boys in the service for only 69c, including tax. A series of text messages have been fixed. This is an example: Algona, Iowa, Dec. ,14, 1942 Private John E. Smith Postmaster, New York City. A Dad and Mother. When that is filed with the telegraph company you pay 69c and withta a short time the boy receives this: Algona,' Iowa, Dec. 14, 19+2 Private John B. Smith (Here his address, Africa, Solomons, Alaska, etc.) A merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. All well. Dad and Mother. Following are the different texts and initials: A—A merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. All well. B—Love and Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year. All well. O—'Love and Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year to all at Home. All well. D—Love and Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year from all at Home. All well. E—Love and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year. All well. F;—Every good wish for the New Year. The special rate of 69c is effective up to and including Dec. 27th. Here is a method, reasonable in cost, by which you may contact your soldier boys, no matter where they may be stationed. And wouldn't they apprecatc such a message? Don't wait—wire 'em now. KOSSUTH'S 1943 CORN ALLOTMENT UP 9,604 ACRES To Maintain Adequate Feed and Food Stocks for 1944 Kossuth Farmers Asked for More According to Robert M. Loss, Kossuth AAA chairman, farmers in the county will be expected to plant 197,277 acres to corn in 1943 as compared with the 187,673 acres planted in 1942. This is an increase of 9,604 acres in the AAA corn allotment for the county over last year, and is in Itoe with the boost for the commercial area as announced recently. Sufficient Feed for 1911 Mr. Loss explained that the increase had been made to insure sufficient feed for 1944 and even beyond, and to maintain adequate stocks in the ever- normal granary as protection against crop failure. The increase in this county compares with 1943 allotments as assigned to other corn counties in Iowa and adjustments were made to take care of crop trends within all of the Iowa counties. New Farm Plan A. J. Loveland, state AAA chairman, points out that AAA crop payments in 1943 will depend upon the way each farmer carr'«s out his production plan. This farm plan will be somewhat of a blueprint of farm production for each farm, representing the share of each farm in the national war production program and farm plan work sheets are to 'be worked out by the individual farmer and his AAA townsh'.p committeeman. MARKETS! HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 $13.40 Heavy butchers, 200-350 13.00 Packing sows, 270-360 13.10 Packing sows, 360-400 13.30 Packing sows, 400-550 13.20 CATTLE Canncrs and cutters $5.00-6.50 Fat yearlings 10.50-12.0Q Stock steers 10.00-11.50 Veal calves 7.00-13.50 Fat steers 10.50-12.00 Fat cows 7.00-9.00 Bulls 9.00-11.00 GRAIN No. 2 white corn, new $.93 No. 2 yellow corn, old 74'/i No. 2 yellow corn, new 7G'i No. 2 mixed corn, new 7-1 30 Ib. test white oats 44Vj No. 3 barley 47 EGOS Mediums 35c Extras 40c Dirty and checked eggs 30c Ca^h cream— Sweet -SOc No. 1 49c No. 2 : .47c POULTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs *9c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. ..._ 17c Hens, under 4 Ibs - 15c Cocks, over 4Wi .• He Cocks, under 4% lOc Spr'ngs, over 5 Ibs 21c Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs 19c Leghorns 16c Springs, under 4 Ibs - 16c No. 2 poultry, 3c less. These are Monday quotations. Prices are subject to change by the time of publication. Specialist Jimmy Croft, 14-year-old Forest City boy, who engineered the removal of a steam boiler embedded In concrete, in the recent acrap salvage drive, has been offered a further "contract" to remove another boiler from a Forest City residence. He thinks he might do right well at the business if there were enough old bo'Jers in need of salvaging. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 2Sc for 19 words or less, When paid with order, 2o per word: when charged, 80 per word. NIO atf- ents' commission allowed, ff advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive la per \VOtA commission. '•>• -•* For Sale >FOR SALE—Purebred Poland China .boat's. Cholera Immune.-E. A. Mann & Son, Burt. 50 FOR SALE-^Used sled, skiis, doll buggy, toy electric stove, etc. Call at 5 Call street. SS-BO FOR SALE—-Wild hay. Four stacks.—J. E. Thill, St. Benedict 50-2* FOR SALE—140 acres close to Lu- Verne, good buildings, 35 acres pasture, balance tillable. $10o aero, $2100 will handle. Possession March 1.—c. W. Nteoulirr, Algona. 49-50 'FOR SALE—1,000 Ib. platform scale, cash register, 3 counter scales, show cases, electric disfuscr, light fixtures, 10 foot step ladder and miscellaneous articles.—Algona Food Market ' 50* FOR SALE—Regular Farmall tractor.—Otto Harlan, Algona, phone 10FJL4. 50* FOR SALE—Baled alfalfa hay.— James Coady, Hurt, Iowa, phone 3 on 97. 50-51* 'FOR SALE—John Deere Model G tractor. Rubber tired. Also cultivator.—Mrs. Elder Burgardt, Britt : 50* FOR SAiLE—Black pure bred Poland China boars.—John Bockes, LuVerne. *7*61* FOR SALE "', 7 horses and colts 1 Guernsey bull 1 Holstein heifer, springing 1 Guernsey heifer Machinery Pickup plow for Model B. Allis-Chalmers. Cultivator for Model B AU'«s|Chalmers. 1 M-D horse corn planter. One 6' horse mower, M-D. One 6 spring tooth harrow Linde Implement Co. Swea City, lowfi. 50* FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars by the grand champion of Kossuth county fair. A large group to choose from. New blood for old customers.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 48-tf FOR SALE-^Superfex kerosene burnf'ng refrigerator. Good condition.—Gamble Store. 50 FOR SALE—Purebred Hereford boars. Vaccinated.—Frank Bormann, Bode. Phone 2606. 48-49-50" FOlT"sALE—Gold fish—2 fish, bowl, fish plant and food. All for 19c.—Gamble Store. 50 BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-tf (FOR SALE—-One model A Ford, 1929. Five new tires.—Paul Schneider, Algona. 50* FOR SALE—Used Automatic washer. Electric. Very good. Also good used Majestic cook stove.— Gamble Store. 50. FOR SALE—Electric Fr.'gidaire cabinets. Cream separators. Quick Meal coal and wood range, $139.50.-Algona Maytag Store. 50 S1|RAYEO— December 6—(red steer, wt. 776 Ibs. White spot ori forehead and tip of tall white.— M. T. McGuire, Bode. ' 50-lf Miscellaneous HIDES AND FUR-JIIghest market pride paid for Hides and Fur. Greenberg. • 40-63 HY-BRID SEED OORN-lowa £39 and 218-tM, our new and outstanding, hybrid. Thousands of ac res of our seed were growing over nine counties of north and north central Iowa and equaling or out- yielding v the best In hybrids. Sold at farmers' • pr'ce.—Miller Hybrids, LuVerne, Iowa. 50-2* UJSED APPLIANCES — Three burner kerosene stove. 3 good used cream separators, 2 electric. '4 Used washers. Radios, electric and battery. Gas and electric motors. 1 vacuum sweeper.—Algona Maytag Store. 60 . SEE US for grates and linings for all makes of stoves. Bring in the serial number/and make.—Algona Maytag Store. . 50 FOR INSURED general hauling call John Dunn. Phone 883-J. 60-51* PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—al. the new releases. Needles—albums —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona Iowa. . »-tf SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with roll of tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. 34-tf GET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moihes. 40-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors, blue, dark green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Upper Des Molnes -office. J6c each, 2 for 25c. 34-tf STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 55. 31-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suite> Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 42-U - FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory worli guaranteed. Price 25c per film. Lusby * Giossl 24-tf AETNA FARM LOANS— Low rates. No commission, appraisal, or title examination costs to the borrower. It !'S worth looking into Call or write Hutchison & Hough. 43-51* ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. Regular size. 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 for 36c. , 34-tf a* a* UppM WtStomei* A *ale« sp With every fiuronsfe. 4 ifld each df 2 bboka for m .,.•'»' 84-tf , , and «itlffl»ui h«a«, pKHA« H. Altofla, 1 •», Those New 1943 Home ' i »* Frocks Are Here ft Right at this gala holiday time—when you're wanting something smart for the kitchen or around.the house— come these fe>vely, crisp, washable frocks with a dash of spring In their attractive designs. Shown here In seersuckers, prints, chambrays, novelties, Miami-type cloths, rayon prints this great pre-Christmas showing Is the finest we have ever made at th's time. :.,' .••; ., , ' . < '*•" v " '"'•*' ' Ideal for gifts, practical for your own tws—just right for every occasion and every purpose, you'll fall in Dove with hundreds of smart new styles of Quaker Lady and Wayne Maid models, v • Pric.ed at $3 54 5550 Chrischilles Store For Rent iFOR RENT—5 room modern house on W. Neb. street. Coal heat. Available at once.—Dennis Pratt 50 Wanted WANTTESD—Gflrl for housework in distant city. Transportation paid. Phone 141. BO WANTED—Men to cut wood and fence posts on shares.—F. S. Thompson, Algona. 50* WANTED TO BUY—Young tur keys, ducks and geese.—Sorensen Groc. Co. Phone 138-139. 50 MANAGER wanted for telephone office work also maintenance, experience.—Ti tonka Telephone Co Titonka, Iowa. 50 Lost-Found LOST—Bulova wr!st watch Sunday evening between Baptist church nnd my home. Reward.—Mrs. A. R. Moulds, 219 N. Moore. 50* LEDYAKD NEWS Junked After 63 years of service the At- lantic-<5riswold branch line of the Rock Island railroad was discontinued and the tracks will be removed. The abandonment was approved by the interstate commerce commission after the road showed the branch line was being operated at a loss. The C, D, of A.. . neaday evening for a Chrtetamf party at the Academy. There will be a 25c gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand were callers in Algona Saturday. (Mrs. L. C. Strand was shopping in Blue Earth Wednesday. Herb Zfelske left Monday for Lon? Beach, Calif., where he will work in a> defense plant. Jack Welfare, Harry Schroeder and Chas. Hilferty were business visitors in Algona Monday. Elv!n Carpenter and Max Nitz have been attending a tractor school at Mason City for several days. Mrs. John Heetland of Lakota and Mrs. Rose Moulton spent Thura day evening at the Lou Nitz home. (Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sanders of Elmore spent Tuesday with their daughter, Mrs. Paul Nitz and fern 41y. The Pe(er Troff family moved into the Mrs. Jenks house recently vacated by Mrs. Harriett Matzener. Miss Tillie Beadle of Swea City spent several days here helping her sister, Mrs. Peter Troff, in getting moved. Card of Thanks We wish to th#nk our friends anc h neighbors and others who aided w and for the many acts of kindness at the time of bur flre and after.- wards.—Otto Harlan and family. «$ Arttst Frank A. Horton, resident of Rock Rapids, for half a century, and Jr«r tirfci djuggftkjppMyta •JjjiJWWP* in water color painting of scene* Ip the conununtty. Gifts That Please Siirely no gift could be more pleasing than a ,gift from "his own store.,'" Chances are nearly all his clothing comeg from Zender's—^becuse he knows these quality lines so well. Arrow Shirts Marlboro Shirts Phillips-Jones Shirts GloveryPajamas B. V. D. Sportswear Glover Sportswear Munsing Underwear Arrow Ties .' Hipsch Ties Cheney Ties Blue Ridge Ties Regal Cravats _ Hanse^Gloves Hickok Belts and Suspender*? Stetson Hats Interwoven, Sox $ i? '* .Vi ^BW^"^^PP ~^^^^^^SW ^^^^ ^^^ ""^^^Wfe^^^^ f p^l^^^Rfl^^w ''^^^^^T ^^^^ j j*» MEN'S BeautifuIPack- ingt ,. \ I... ' •' .T^, _ vl '-

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