* ' '* ' ' '- - TO DIRECT RACC CROP, FEED LOANS 'A quick money for production program, has 'been announced by Secretary Wickard of the department of agriculture. The purpose la to help farmers increase production in 1943. About $225,000,000 have been made available for the loans. Under the new program loans will be made to producers upon approval of a county loan rnprosonfntl"" nnd the chairman of ihe county USDA war boards. The loans will be for one agricultural season, not to exceed one year, but renewals may be granted under proper circumstances. Interest will l>e at 5 per cent. Collateral will be fir.'t liens on the commodities, Hve stock or other items being financed. Thoreson Supervisor Here At a meeting of the Kossu'h USDA wnr board Monday O. L. ThoreSon of the county AAA, was selected to serve as supervisor ir Kossuth county. Mr. Thoreson said the program is not n substitute for other sources of credit, nor is it intended to compete with other lenders. Its purpose is to supplement such other sources of credit where needed. Producer? are urged to obtain financial requirements, if possible, from other .sources. These loans will be made only if it will enable the borrower to engage in or increase his production of essential agricultural •commodities. From Bart to Worse J'mmie Thompson of Emmetsburg was recovering from a broken arm when he found it necessary to lay low agaain. This time—the mumps. O. S< Reiley, Foimer Secretary Here, Now At Officer's School Oliver S. Reilfey, former secretary of the Algpna Chamber of Commerce, now secretary at Burlington, has been selected as one of State Guard. He served overseas In attend a special school for officers at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. (Reiley Is a captain hi the Iowa State Guard, e served overseas in the last war. Since leaving Algona he served as secretary at Marshalltown, then went to Burlngton, where he has made arr enviable record for himself and is now rated as one of the foremost chamber 01 commerce secretaries in the middle west. Car Went Nutty More than 200 hickory nuts were taken recently from the muffler and exhaust pipe of the car of the Rev. C. M. Hans of New Albin, who is a little deaf, and did not notice the peculiar sounds coming from his .engine ;until relatives called them to his attention. It is believed mice stored the nuts -'-n the car as a great box of them had disappeared from his garage. Hobby—Horses Mr. and Mrs. Roger Oleson, farmers living near Forest City, head a family of horse-lovers and horse- riders. Pa and Ma Oleson and their 11 children each own a horse and ride frequently as a hobby. The smaller children ride potties, the larger—regular size horses. Mr. Oleson's favorite :s a five-gaited stallion. Small A burglar ga'ned entrance to the Franklin county court house, and attempted to rob the county auditor's office. He forced the cash drawer open, but did not take the only money in it—a penny. YES, WE USED TO HAVE SOME GOLD WINTERS By Roy Jarnagan. Spencer, Jan. 21—You weather grumblers who frown at the thermometers these mornings, are annoyed because the car won't star without pushing, and worry abou your oil supply, should take a look at the weather record ant living conditions 30 years ago this month. Remeember that was when there was little or no centra heat. Coal and wood had to be carried for the kitchen and parlor stoves. Dobbin was still the main means of travel and had to be given special care in sub-zero weather. For 21 days in January, 1912 the mercury stood below zero. On the twelfth of that month a subzero reading of 38 was recorded Ebbe Little, local weatherman, says. The average temperature for the month was 8.6 degrees below zero. Again in 1936, there were 22 days in January with below zero weather. On ten of these days, the mercury never rose above zero even in the warmest part of the day. Little has gone through his records and has listed the following days and their temperatures as the coldest in each January back to 1912. He says, however, that February is usually a colder month than January. Jan. 12, 1912 38 below Jan. 12, 1913 16 below Jan. 28, 1914 9 below Jan. 28, 1915 25 below Jan. 28, 1920 14 below M " "rW,'^ ^ •' v SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY JANUARY 29-30 s Make Your Own Preserves g | Re-can with PEN-JEL | I Boysenberries 1 Gooseberries 1 Strawberries | Youngberries | Crushed 1 Pineapple NO. 10 CANS Your Choice 99c PRUNES No. 10 Can No. 10 Can 35c 69cl 1 EASY TO MAKE PRESERVES ! 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NO- 1 IDAHO RUSSET 10 Potatoes. 35 ( POUND i BAG •g Whole Kernel MAYFIELD I JUICE PINEAPPLE DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE No 2 Can CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP Large Can CHICKEN NOODLE IO ( 2C TO I0' 2 c IiiiiiiiifliiiiinniiiiiiiiiininiiiiiM Save Here —APPLES— APPLES— Buy Now EXTRA FANCY mnd FANCY— YELLOW Newtown JMrrl-W EXTRA FANCY and FANCY 4O Ib. BOX Jonathan Apples $2.49 . . . WINESAP APPLES U. S. NO. 1 GRADE STAYMAN » Bushel Basket SOUP &>"?>'- I5c MOORE'S PURE FRUIT Grapefruit Juice Jumbo 46 oz. Can CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP POST TOASTIES 11 Oz, Pkg. . . . 2 | SOLID CRISP HEAD LETTUCE LARGE SIZE 9'/2C LUSCIOUS RED EMPEROR GRAPES PER Lb 19c Sweet Spanish YELLOW ONIONS 5 Lbs 19c — FOR THAT WORKING MAN — A Breakfast that Sticks! Karo Syrup 33c PANCAKE FLOUR Consuraers WHOLE WHEAT PANCAKE FLOUR BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE FLOUR 3 Lb. Bag WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 5,; 2, 35c RYE FLOUR Bifc 21 c CHEERIOATS the cereal sensation Ig. pkg. lie WALNUT MEATS, fancy halves 3 oz. pkg. 17c MATCHES Strikalite reg. 5c pkg. 3 pkgs. lOc CORN STARCH Argo 1 Ib. pkg 2 pkgs. 15c GLOSS STARCH Amaizo Jumbo 3 Ib. pkg. 19c AEROWAX FLOOR WAX pint liquid 19c JOHNSON'S GLO-COAt quart can 98c PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 bars 20c Neck Bones .-per Ib. |c Pork Brain* per Ib. |2c Pork Roast end cut, per Ib. 30c Bacon Squares per Ib. 22c Beef Roast per Ib. 28c Pork Chops, end cuts, Ib. 32c CONSUMERS WHOLESALE :SHOP AND SAVE THE WHOLESALE WAY ! Y Oillf MiO N F Y- WHAT YOUR .10% WILL DO nd qiyesyou A sound investn investment South H0tj QWT TOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algdna tMtef Den Moiflfcs. New supply just received. 4-t* FOR SALEJ--Several good horsed. Prtted rI^ht.^Johh Slsch, Algona. phone 2Bni. ' 3-4^ BURN BBRWlND BRIQUETS of Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raealy Lumber Co. Phone 284. * 38-tf SPfiOIAli JOINT SALE—Wednesday, February 3, 1843 at 1:00 o'clock p. m. at Tnor, Iowa. BO •head of Pure bred Duroc Bred Gilts —25 tops from the Wllley herd; 25 tops from the Berg herd. Bred to four outstanding 1 boars of the breed for March and April farrow. —.Elmer Wllley, Vincent, Iowa, and Jacob Berg, Thor, Iowa. 4 Wanted WANTED—Clerk and delivery man.—Anderson's, Jack Sprat store, WANTED—Used Stoves, Joe Bloom. Phone 46. Call 4 WANTED — Married man on farm. Separate house.—C. J. Cram, Cgrwlth. Phone 16-F3. 4* Iftcnange £)6pt. Ba*eft»6nt Good tfc«d Furniture Dining foom—Uvlhg rdofri suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and WAAhera , v Bjustfom'd furniture I i«ti PHONOGRAPH RBCJORDS-all the new releases. Needles-albums. —Kossuth Radio St filectrlo, Algona, Iowa. i-tf JUST RECEIVED a tiew shipment of Warm Morning coal heaters. $49.65 each. You likely are eligible to buy. one.—Raealy Lumber Co. Phone 234. 3-tf ! We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the kindly help and the beautiful ridral ofterinrfB during ttfev illness and death of our beloved nWtaet", .. 4 , fidwafd Shackiefdrd MM. tflni&N6?man. 8» DftSK BtAyflfifflftS, assdfted cal* ors—dark green, pink, peaeh and red, or dale at the Upper 0es Mdln- es Office. 156 each, 2 for 23c, 3-tf ADDING MACHtNB Rolls for sale at the Aigona Upper 4 De* MolnAaf. Regular size, iBc each, » for «5C. Large size 20c each, fc for SBo. . . .',, IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp, for Any pflftttoss, you can order them aVfWAtedria Upper Des Molnes, BOe and Up; ^ ;' •!•'•« V. S. Tnaimy Dtpl. —Courtesy Kansas City Star. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 12, 6, 3, 5, 27, 22, 22, 2, 7, 17, 12, 31, 17, 29, 23, 22, 22, 10, 15, 18, 18, 7, 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934. 1935 1936 1937 1936 1939 1940 1941 1942 6 20 4 32 22 12 15 17 19 22 '6 20 1 10 24 30 23 16 6 24 6 26 below below below below below below below below below below below below above below below below below below below below below below Farm Sale Dates February 17— Mrs., F. W. Davidson will sell machinery and house- lold goods at her farm 1 mile east of Algona on Highway 18. She has sold her farm to W. C. Nelson of Hason City, a former Union township farmer. She expects to make ler home in Mankat.o. Priest a Prisoner The Spanish Embassy in Washington has informed the Abbot of St. John's Abbey at Collegevillo, Mf.nn., of the safety in the Philippines of the Rev. Father Owen Te- Kippe of Calmar, Iowa, who was in charge of San Beda Catholic College at Manilla, P. I., when it fell to the Japanese a year ago. CXASSIFIB ADS For Sale FOR SALiE—Boone oats.—F. H. Froelich, 2 miles south, 1 mile west Sexton. 3-4* FOR SALE—Marion and Control seed oats. Limited amount. —Henry Kubly, LuVerne, 2-3-4* FOR SALE—Black faced ewes, all two and three year olds.—S. A. Gardner, Algona, phone 13F31. 1-2-3-4* FOR SALE—Grain scoops, $1.98 up. Rope hay slings, $1.23. York apples, bushel, $2.25.—C. S. John- IFOR SALE—Majestic range. Ray- Boy oil heater. Good as new.— Mrs. Dg White, -1* FOR SALE)—154 acre farm. Close to Algona. Good buildings. Electric lights. $85 per acre. Possession March 1, 1943.--C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa« 4-5 FOR SALE—Horses and mules. One Shetland pony, some feeder pigs. —Roy McVay, phone 791, Algona. 4* FOR SALE—Oliver 80 tnactor. Oliver Standard row crop tractor with cultivator. 16-BO 1. H, C. tractor. 1941 Chevrolet coupe with radio, license, heater; very clean. 1940 Pontiac coupe. 1937 Chevrolet coach. 1937 A. C< combine. 4 year old John Deere manure spreader. Several used plows and cream separators. Miscellaneous SHE US for Honeymead Feeds for Hogs, Cattle, Poultry and Sheep. •Bradley Bros. 1-tf SOME GOOD BROOD sows to let out on shares.—Guy C. Giddlngs & Son, Burt. 4* IMMEDIATE OPENING. Good Watkins route in Algona. Car, experience unnecessary. Average earnings $36 weekly. Pay starts immediately. (Largest company, best known products, biggest demand.—Watkins Co., D-62, Wlnonn, Minn. 3-4* SEE ME FOR Real Bargains Ir terms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-ft Chrischilles We have a complete line of new Spring girdles and foundation garments and Miss Rjose Lampe, graduate Gosdard Corsetiere, will be glad to give you a fitting and thereby guarantee a perfect garment. We have a large stock, due to foresighted buying but we cannot fill-in before March 1st so buy now and HAVE YOUR NEW SPRING GARMENT. K^ j c; *~* • i • • i Ml . s Simphcitq flattens that "Give-away" bulge Don't let your figure declare you old Youth is in youthful thinking—and youthful corseting. The diagonal pull of the MisSim- plicity* back straps, gives you a slim con' cave middle. Figured batiste, matching elastic batiste and lace. Slide fas- x _ tener.; < ^- . U.S. Ptt. Off.. Pal. No. I.SSt.lOt Well Done is better than Well Said" Benjamin Franklin iFOR SALE—IPurebred Hampshire boar. —Walter J. Fandl, Whittemore. Phone 3163. •!* FOR SALE—Holstein cows, roan horses and colts.—Henry Schnakenberg, 4 miles east of Irvington. FOR SALE—Royal Standard typewriter. —Mrs. Elmer Peterson, Titonka. ** IFOR SALE—Pure bred Spotted Poland China brood sows. Good wide backs, 300 to 350 pounds. Vaccinated and eligible to register.— M. L. Barton, U east, 1 mile south, LuVerne. 4 ^ 'FOR SALE—70 head of black- face ewes coming 2 years old.—F. H. Jean, Algona, 4* (FOR SALE —/Four grade Ayrshire cows and two other milk cow*.—-George Sears, LuVerne, 4 mt. E, 3 S Algona. 4-5* FOR SALE—Hybrid Seed Corn. Iowa 939 and 303. State certified. $3tfiO to $6.60 per bushel.—M. A. Sorlien, Bode, Iowa. 4* IFOR SALE—I«'xl6' New Laying house. 9'xl5' New Brooder house. Full line of hog feeders, waterers and troughs. Poultry feeders. Red- wook tanks of various sizes. See us for Honeymead Feeds for .poultry, cattle and hogs. Bradley-Bros. South Hotel Algona Phone 714 4 IFOR SALE—3 (new) Evanoll heaters, 6 (new) combination and gas Skelgas ranges, 1 (used) combination and Electric Monarch range. 2 (used) Skelgas rang;*,. 1 (used) gas Electrolux refrigerator. New and used gas water heater coils. New automatic water heaters. 1 (used) Evano}! heater.—Algona Skelgas Service, Tel. 821-165; 4-SS "Salute to Spring" Two-piece Suit Dress In Old Glory Rayon Crepe. In Misty Aqua, Corn Tassel, Country Beige. Sizes 14 to 20. $12.95, Sa/ute fo Sfrfa "Clicckertoard" Practical two-piecer of Cordo Roy and Checked Rayon Jersey. In Red with Black, All Nayy, All Brown. Sizes 12 to 18. $10.95 "Casual CU.ic" A comfortable, versatile dress of Rayon Chambray. In Blue, Country Beige, Aqua, Raspberry. Sizes 14 to 20. $7.98 Old Ben was one of our country's great philpaoph- era. «Well done U better than well sold" might apply to this store. It isn't what stores today SAY in their advertising, that counts; it is what 3 business POEJ0 that should interest the customer. 71118 is our 73rd year in business in this community. That speaks louder than volumes of advert^pinqf. We have proved ourselves as one of Kjossuth Qpunty'f IRo0t trusted institutions. All this is worth more to yon NOW, in times of stress and uncertainty than ever before. Trade with the old reliaWe in J84»-"better cafe th sorr/'—and Benjamin might well have said that top. Store '
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