Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1939 · Page 10
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Boys'Four-H Club Chooses Officers The Algona boys' 4-H club met Saturday evening at the Legion mil, and off/teens "were elected: president, Roland Bode; vice, Robert Mayer; secretary-treasur- COPWY ADVAMC«, BAPTIST WOMEN er, Oliver Plumb; reporter, Jeraldi Schenck. Floyd Bode, -who has been | an outstanding club member Is now over age and will from now on be leader. Farm boys between ten and 21 may join before June 15. The next meeting will be on May 6. New Coats for AFTER - EASTER SELLING Chrischilles Store Coat selling will not stop with the coming of Easter. The coat season has just got started. We are getting in dozens of new and attractive Spring coats for after-Easter selling. Complete size ranges from 12 to 52 — all prices and a bewildering array of materials. TO HOLD RALLY WEDNESDAY Missionary Mid-Year Event is Dated at Local Church. M S Y,° a City> Apr> 10—Women of the Northern Iowa Baptist association will hold a missionary midyear rally Wednesday at the Algona fin 11 rnli n»irl «», _ *i_ _i. _ _ __ MARKETS CRAWFORD CLAW IN A SUNDAY REUNION - . irvmgton, Apr. 10— An Easter reunion ** lh6Id Sunday at the Med. hvy., 290-3J6 _. '$6 15 arm h° me ot Mr. and Mrs. James Best light butch., 32f>J3~50~ $600 Cr <wford, near Whlttemore, and Butchers, 350-400 _ $5*90 guests were: Packing sows, 276-350 _ $5*80 Mr - and Mrs - F - L ' Miller, the Packing sows, 350-425 .....2~«f6.70 Llovd Wellendorfs, the F. B. Bar- Pa nlrltt rr nn-m« A f\t\ ffe^ ^. — - - ^V»r»1X»w «*«.». il, _ i~\ ^ --- .1. _ T i fri* i _ ---- noes Best light butch., 180-220 $6.75 Med. hvy., 220-250 $6.60 UTAH **•«« ftrTft Al*n . I _ . . — 8£ {So Packing sows, 350-425 $6 70 Llovd Wellendorfs, the P. B. Bar- Packing sows, 400-550 . u ~"$5 - 60 tholdmera, the George L. Millers, CATTLE „ a "' d , Mrs - E - Wllkins^ the N. J. CATTLE Canners and cutters ____ $3.0,0-4.00 Crawfords, the W. J. Finns, and «-— — - u — — — -- — •-.- — — __ip | i VU~O.UU yearlings ___. -------- $7.50-8.50 Pat steers -------------- $8.00-9.00 Fat cows --------------- $4.50-5.50 veal calves ----------- ;_$5.00-8.00 Bulls ----------------- $?:oO-$5.75 GKADT on \>$SZ ™ ----------- «}* . ,.„- - a n attendance of 75 to 100 women is expected. The territory in this district extends to the Minnesota line on f >>" 1177 No matter what type of coat you want — whether it's the dressy black and navy or the sportier tweeds and imported plaids, or the rich, high - shaded fleeces — we have all ^ types and fabrics in this great showing. You 11 be surprised at the diversity of choice—it's so easy to select a coat at 1 he Chrischilles Store. Courteous, painstaking attention to every sale. $12.85 HOW LITTLE IT COSTS 1 YOU TO HAVE A Wodern streamlined design ior the electrical kitchen or ELECTRIC WATER HEATER No w—temperature controlled hot water every time you open your faucet! And at a cost that is less than your present method. That s what the new, modern Monarch Electric Water Heater will do for you. What a comfort . . . what a luxury . . . what a convenience! Water is heated at exceptionally low rates during off-peak" periods and stored until you need it. . all automatically controlled.' It will be wise economy to investigate — today! On Display at CITY HALL the OioO—Devotional, Mrs. John Jordan, Algona. i? 9 = 45 — Ad , dre ss of welcome, Mrs. F C. Volzke, Algona. Response, Mrs. A. Tabb, Corwith. 10:00—Reports of circles. Special music, Bancroft. Business session and appointment of committees. Reports from associational .secretacies. 12:00—Fellowship luncheon, free. AFTERNOON. 1:30—Devotional, Mrs. J v Wright, Goldfield and Holmes. 1:-15—Reports of committees and election of officers. Charge to new . and dedication prayer, Mrs J. W. I-Iemphlll, Estherville. -: 15—Vocal solo, Mrs. Donald McGowan. Renwick. 2:20-Mrs. F. R. Asquith, state president. Offering. 2:-15— Missionary play, Swea 3:15—-Mrs. Paul Morf, W W G Fredcricksburg. ' '' 3:30—Special music, Algona. 3:35—'Address, Agnes Anderson, Belgian Congo. 4:25—Solo, Edna May Holland, Rockwell City. 4:30—Benediction. EVENING. 7:30—Devotional, Mrs. Williams, Humboldt. 7:45—Quartette, W. W. G., First Church, Fort Dodge, offering. 7:55—Address, the Rev. T. V. L. Hennerys I 5c No, 1 ____ 13c No. 2 10c Cash cream— No. i _ 20(J No. 2 18c Sweet 21c .POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. lOc Leghorn hens iQc Cocks, under 4% Ibs. I~"~~ Gc Cocks, over 4% Ibs. 7 C Geese, live IIIH~8o Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. 120 Ducks, live, 4% Ibs go Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. 6c Hens, over 5 Ibs. __13c 'The L. H, Crawfords, Minneapolis; the O. L. Millers, Irvington; Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer; the Roy Crawfords, Spencer. George, Clifford, and Donald Crawford, and Frank Roupe, making a total of One of the main features of the day was examination of an . old diary found ,among 1jhe belouR- Ings of the late Nels Crawford, father of Frank and James, and believed to have been the property of! his father. The dlnry was kept from 1847 to 1850, and among oth-! er things It recorded that at that time good meals could be had at 6c and lOc! A quarter of beef could be bought at 25c, and seed corn was 25c a bushel! The Crawfords have been prom inent residents in and aroun Whlttemore since pioneer days. Harvey, Fort Dodge. 8:25 — Special music, Eagle — i/>->-'ti.i inuaiu, Jliuglc Grove. Address, Miss Anderson. sir,™ i TV,' s Anaers °n- sne came to Mason City, and Song leader, Mrs. Donald McGow- fall she went to Long Beach an, Renwick. nianist. Mrs T? n. n,, Q ,„;*,, i, ,";„. . *>eacn R. G. hill nail. an, Renwick, pianist, Mrs. Richardson, Algona. - — •• Lunch Tonight for the Year's Bowlers The annual dutch luncheon and wlin S 'eague members t0night at the LeKlon season ended Friday and the alleys will he closed this week Saturday. The Silver Gray team won the season, nine games ahead of the nearest compltlTo" Wesley and Botsford tied for fifth fo", . „• fl c ° urthouse and LuVerne for sixth. Final standings follow: fauver Gray ___ K i Tltonka __ cl Nici^ —-I:::::::::::: II Farmers --------- _ 45 Botsford's _ o'o Wesley _ ___ "_""_" 30 Courthouse _______ 1111V 36 Lu Verne ___ ~ OR Burt _______ .- f. J- c. c -------- .i;;;;;;; 2304 4 MRS. SARAH RYAN, EX-ALGONIAN, DIES Mason City. Apr. 10—Mrs. Sarah Ryan, once a'long-time resident of Algona, died at her home at Long Beach, Calif., Wednesday, and was buried there Saturday. Mrs. Ryan and her husband came to Kossuth many years ago and farmed north of Algona, later buying a farm just east of Algona (Victor Johnson tenant) which Mrs. Ryan still owned at death. James Ryan, the- husband, died 31 years ago. Some 15 years ago Mrs. Ryan moved to St. Paul..Six years ago she came to Mason City, and last SCHOOL (Continued from Page 1.) Advance's cooking school and Home fair had topped anything ii the state she attended so far. Mrs Sanders starts her cooking schools m September, and with the exception of the Christmas holidays conducts a school each week till late in May. This is her second year here, and she said several publishers of papers in othei towns were coming to Algona during the summer to get details of tne school and fair here. Mrs. Sanders was assisted on the stage -by Dorothy Dailey, and Joanne Stephenson. The former was also her assistant a year ago •20 29 32 36 47 61 to .. „„.« fcu Aj W ii 6 JJCtlLill LU live with her oldest son, at whose home she died. There are three NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, A 'gona, Iowa, until 2 p. m . April miii 1 ? 3 , 9 ' f ? r gradlng thirty-four miles of local county roads, involv- "l.^ 8 ' 00 ° -' *•• of earih^cl Masonic Play Will Be Presented Here A . p j a u y> " Jud se Not," will be presented by a cast of fifteen from Ft w fVi 1 th ? Masonic Temple this week Thursday evening. The lodge will be opened at 7:15 for a stated ™ and the Play W1U start at The setting, written bv the — „.„ u*i_i i,ii*cc ciuiio, w. Jr. Ryan, Long Beach.; Ele Ryan, St. Paul; F. j. Ryan, Mason City, There are also four grandchildren: James Ryan, Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. R. C. Barthal, St. Paul; Doris Ryan and Grace , Ryan, Mason City. One other son who died in infancy wa.s buried at Algona 54 years ago. Mrs. Ryan was born'at Tipperary, Ireland, in 1850. She was a member oE the Catholic church. Archery Fans Join Club Friday Night An Algona Archery clu'b was organized Friday night with 12 char.._,ter members. Glenn Raney was el- 43 ected chairman, and officers were 43 named: Richard Fuller, president; •15 Dr. R. M. Wallace, vice; Barber 45 I Carl Van Hoven, secretary-treasurer. Dues were fixed at a dollar a year, and the president and secretary-treasurer were authorized to purchase a target as soon as dues are paid. The temporary and permanent officers were authorized to draw up by-laws to be submit- ,. ' • " "-"• "-"• ^m m, tjAua/" yation. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured sons: W. P. M the office of the county en- A Message from the Aft P Food Stores TO OUR CUSTOMERS: Do You Want fo Pay Higher food Prices?? Senate Bill 456, now pending in the Iowa Home of Representati places a new tax on chain stores and an especially heavy tax on A&P Food Stores. Such a tax means higher retail prices for food—mea duced consumption. THE BILL STRIKES A SEVERE BLOW UPHM THE CONSUMER AND THE PRODUCER IN IOWA; TO IOWA FARMERS: Do Xou Believe H 1$ Fair to Place the Heaviest of AH Chain Taxes on the A6P— Which Buys $27,000000 Worth of Iowa Farm Products Yearly?? ' Senate Bill 456 places a tax on the A&P TWICE AS HEAVX as tl..* FIVE OTHER NATIONAL CHAINS doing FOUR TIMES the burin*, volume in Iowa. Last year the A&P sold $8,464, 1 79 worth of food to Iowa consumers but A&P purchased $27,794,000 worth from Iowa producers includi ' 18,000,000 pounds of butter. Think what $27,794.000 mean, to the 'm come of Iowa farmers and the well-being of the whole state I IS IT FAIR TO SINGLE OUT THE A&P, ONE OF THE BEST CUSTOMERS OF IOWA FARMERS, TO PAX THE HEAVIEST OF ALL CHAIN TAXESW The A&P believes it has a duty[ to bring these facts before you We want to and believe we do pay our full share of the cost of government But our respons,b,l,ty to our customers and to the producers of the state' demands that we oppose special and punitive taxes which increase retail food^ce, We bel.eve that you wfl want to join us in protesting against LET YOUR PROTESTS BE HEARD!! Tell your representative in person or write to him at the State House, Des Moines, of your opposition to this new °" f °° d Cha!nS ^ Your family A&P FOOD STORES of IOWA Owned and OperaUd by The Great Atlantic & Pacific T.. .Co, — -• — i' ",i »t* IT a LU uc CJllUlillL'* ted to the club at its next meeting. Busy .Day for Burgess. The Rev. Mr. Burgess was a busy clergyman Sunday. He had a sunrise service at 6:30; Sunday Place in a lodge meeting. Masons — • r — belonging to other lodges in Al- Kona territory are invited to attend. -*• County 'Spelldown' Set for Tomorrow LOANS $50 and Up Do you heed money to buy ,nuto or truck license, paj taxes or for winter necessities? The annual county spelling contest will be held Wednesday at i-aa in the courtroom or, If court if , I " . sesslon ' at the Bryant school 10 « liberal c ^it P^n per- tween 40 and 50 pupils from pub- mits us to tak e care of the lie and parochial schools in rural needs of most every borrow- STS income * * + *. Loans made on Furniture, Livestock, or other personal A list of American corporation * * ** y mo™ U aaS-i e , r w elvIng ^ 5l ° 00 or Aut ° 8 refl n»"<>ed— payments moie salaries was on order of nnn- »»^,.««j Five Ex-Alsronians in Big Salary List . vuv .*. *i» & <p'Luiuuu or more salaries was on order of congress released for publication Friday, and in the Iowa list were- Register & Tribune Co. Gardner Cowles Sr. $48,000 John Cowles 48 045 Gardner Cowles Jr. " 36 'o 3 5 | Harvey Ingham 30 055 ' Iowa Broadcasting Corp Sumner D. Quarton 19,046 reduced investigate our Quick MONEY CREDIT SERVICE without obligation. P. J. KOHLHAAS Algona - Phone 22 General Insurance Agency, Used Bargains Used G. E. Refrigerator 1 all porcelain South Bend range, like new. 1 all black South Bend Range. Several used Washers. Electric and Gas Motors, KOHLHAAS & SPJLLES Hardware — Algona °* """ " Agates that will hardly C °° PM ' <=onvertibl« for -or choose torn louohy — _ Motor

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