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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 6,1936 $316,000 CHECKSiCOMING -BUT DON'T RUSH] 1935 PAYMENTS EXPECTED SOON They Arrive Farm ers Will be Notified of Distribution Approvals for $316,000 corn-hog checks for Kossuth county farmers have been received in the county office in Algona. but at this time the checks have not been received. All preliminary work possible is being done so the checks can be delivered at the earliest date possible following their arrival. Each producer receiving a check will receive a notice stating when and where he may receive his check. Bob Loss, secretary-treasurer of the county set-up, stated last Saturday. 1936 Work Sheets Checks will not be available at any place except as stated in the notice. The work sheets representing the 3936 program are being listed and this work will be completed as soon as possible. At this time 12 townships are Hated as complete. The townships so listed are Swea, Wesley, Lotts Creek, Greenwood. Riverdale, Sherman, Garfleld. Union, Portland, German, Seneca, and Ramsey, according to compiled summaries of C. R. Janvrin, statistician. Cultivated land where no crop is grown or not seeded to legumes in 1936 cannot be considered as soil conserving, it was also stated. About Nurse Crops Where land has been seeded to alfalfa or clovers with a nurse crop, the nurse crop cannot be clipped green or pastured. The nurse crop cannot be taken off the land. If seeded to soy beans and plowed und»r green for soil building, or If land is cultivated to eradicate weeds anil seeded to alfalfa or clovers before October 1, 1936, completion of the soil building agreement will have been accomplished under prescribed conditions. Committee on the Job Performance on land as indicated above, as well as other tame hay and rotation pasture acres will be soil conserving. Soy beans cannot be planted and harvested for hay or seed, and will be included as soil depleting crops if so farmed. O. L. Thoreson, Swea City; G. D. Welhousen, Tltonka, and W. J. Frimml of Wesley, county chairman, are to be found practically every day in the county office, and work this year, with a smaller committee, is even greater than last year. However, with several years of experience on the part of farmers in organization work, cooperation has Improved as a result, and the Hint for Fighting Orchard Disease Oyster shell scale, shown at left, which Is becoming a serious insect in IOWR. especially in the northern part, may be controlled by spraying with dormant spray oil or lime sulphur. The spray is applied in early April. If the grower does not have enough trees to warrant investing in a power sprayer, smaller barrel sizes may be obtained at a reasonable cost, one may be rented or a commercial sprayer may be hired. MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM, MAY 7, AT GOOD HOPE IS ANNOUNCED FENTON SENIORS TO OFFER CLASS PLAYffliXT WEEK Other News From Fenton And Surrounding Territory Eural School Day Set for Good Hope on May 29th Union: The program scheduled to be held at the club's annual Mother's day meeting which is to bf hold at the Good Hope community room. May 7 will be as follows • roll call. "An Anecdote of My Mother's Childhood"; paper. "Women Who Have Been Famous." Anna Marlow; paper. "Women Who Will be Famous," Ethel Smith: recitations. Lctty and Betty Sarchett. At this meeting Bertha Sarchett and Mary Wood will be hostesses. The following meeting will also be at Good School Day on May 29 this year, instead of May 22 as scheduled in the year books. Joe Krieps is driving a new Oldsmobile coach. Bradley Kt-Hett of LaSallc. III.. is assisting Robert Keefe with his farm work this year. Mae Etherington is assisting at the Humphrey home at Call State Park. Mr. Humphrey is the r.e\v care taker. Robert Householder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Householder brought honor to his school last Wednesday at the track meet at Emmetsburg. scoring nine points with one first. He was entered in the hurdles. 220 yard dash, and the half mile, winning first in the latter. He attends the Algona pub- Hope, which is the Annual Rural | lie school. Algona placed second. WASH HARRIS OF WEST BEND RITES working of the plan is becoming more familiar with everyone, <son>- mlttee and farmers alike. ' Burt Pool Hall Burt: C. L. Holding and Albert Sewick, who have leased the Whitehill pool hall, will open for busi- n?ss May 0. D. C. Vugel, who IKU been operating the business the past year, will open a variety store at Bancroft within a few day. Holding nnd Sewick will call their place the Burt Recreation Parlor. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load injured against lose or damage. Equipped to d* *U kinds of draylng and hauling, »•« H! Only 15 Minutes; Fun neral Services Held Saturday West Bend: The community wns shocked to hear of the death of Wash Harris. Thursday night after an illness of 15 minutes. Wash Harris ivju bora in AfahoJka county. Iowa, Jan. IS, 1061, and passed away at his home In West Bend. April 28, 1836, at the age of 75 years, three months and t3 dnyi. He was married to Anna Schultz it West Bend. August 2. 18H4. and left for Maha.-ka rounty at once to make their home. They came to West Bend and located on a farm north of town where resided intil they moved to town in the spring of liCo. They purchased u home here and resided tiiere since. He joined the Presbyterian I'hurrh in West Bend April . r >, ISM, mil has been a faithful member, Ming elder of the church for the last twelve years, until his death. Four children were born to this union, who with his faithful wife, survive. They are: Mrs. Amanda Kujper of Rodman; John, of Hardy; Jennings of Rodman; and Mrs. Leota Kt-versike of Cambridge; ul- so fourteen grandchildren. Tlie funeral was held Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, Rev. S. W. Leinbach of Bclmond, a former (mstor of the family, conducting the services, assisted by Rev. H. J. Noedinjt;. the local pastor. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery. The pall bearers were George Jacobs, Adolph Mikes. Chas. Thatcher, A. B. Carter. Raymond Ladd and H. M. Mantz. Mrs. D. .J. Watson has. been on the sick list the past week. Miss Ruth Struthcrs is employed in Mr. nnd Mrs. George Emerson's restaurant. Mrs. Ray Juhl of Cylinder, rnmo Saturday to attend the funeral of Wash Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Ucwitt moved into the Ira I'auley residence. Thursday. Mrs. M. T. Munnon and «on, Cliff and Cbarlene were Algona visitors Friday afternoon. Afrs. George Bell of Kort Dodge came Saturday for a visit with her sister. Mrs. H. II. Hell. Mr. mill Mrs. fluis. Carter of {tollman attended the funeral of Wash Harris here Saturday. Mr. ami Mrs. (.'. ( '. Miller intended the wedding of their son. Ray. at Callemler, Inwii. Friday evening. Mrs. Myron linos entertained H few friends in honor of her sister. Dorothy deal. Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mr-i. Henry Kisler visited at the home of Mr. Kisler's brother. Adam, at Dakota City, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bargman DEVOE 2-COAT SYSTEM SAVES YOUUPTO $ 75AYEAR! No cash needed! I'll arrange to have your home repainted on an easy, time-payment plan ! E VEUV ON( E IN AWHII.i: it new development tjlu.il •> tradition . . . uiul everylxxly benefits. Devcx; scieiitiaU have produced u new house-paint thut outlasts conventional paints 8 to 1. Four money guea twice at far. I want to take ju.->t a moment to show you how ln.-,r,o ii|> to 97.5 a year. . . iic|H-iuling tij/ijii tlie size uf your home. \o <iow n payim-nt. The cost of la I jura ml iu.it trial i' i|>reail over 1 to .'* years . . . amounting to as little as Jj!. 1 ).?.-* {tvr n.until for the average hoitie. HOUSE PAINT The New Two-Coat Sytttm and family of Rodman, attended tile funeral of their brother-in-law, Wash Harris. Miss Dorothy (Meal of Ogden, Iowa, spent a few duys the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Myron Boos. Miss Huth Needing amc Saturday evening from Lansing for a week end visit with her parents, Rev. and Mrs II. J. Needing. Mr and Mrs Hob Day. Mr ami Mrs. Clarence Munson, Bob Munson and Itonald Watson were Sunday visitors at (Jiaettinyer. The II. H. club met at the home of Mrs Viok-t Kerden and helped her relt;hrule her birthday. A lunch \vas berved durint; the after- Senior Class Play at Burt Presented Hurt: A Urg. i row d atli-i.ded the i.niMI < la.v. pl.i> la.xl ttnk Tues- iJ.iy e-.i-niJit; The play. "'It':-, A <;jfl" was vc/y u-ell iire.ii-nted uii- | der tin- din-clioii of Alice Kighine. Those taKing part in tin- play were Arleiii- Beit*. Kleanor Vojjel, Betty Walker. Huth Kchroeder, Merwyn ii.ililniK. Lyle Fr.iser. Kvclyn Neit*•<•!. Vii tor Man.Miiith and Gen. Martinson. The iiixil school hand rr.ade IU liral public appearance ) with several numbers between ucts. | The entertainment i loied with tilt- Heritor < las DEVOE Kiuploy a Kc|>uuljlr I'amler ainj .Sj;c< ify I'tVuc'a Botsford Lumber Co. Ferd. Bunkofski Rites at Lu Verne Phone Jim pool ~ .. --- .. , < uude Siiuer:,. Cylinder, .,ud.i. ThcoUojx- and K'i itni-r of •' Fenton: The seniors of the Fenton high school have set Wednesday. May 13, as the date for thc- prcsentation of their annual class play, "Boots and Her Buddies," a three act comedy. The plot Is based on a lovers' quarrel between Boots nnd Jed Harding, who starts It all by breaking a date with Boots. The enraged young lady then calls Bill Thompson, another of her friends. Jed, however, masquerades as a woman and is employed by Boots' father, a college jrofessor. as her governess. The intics of Percival Manners, an Englishman, and Bill Thompson add to the comedy. Don't forget the date and come and fee the senior class play. The cast Includes Bernice Kramer. Elizabeth Gram- nz. Bob Schwartz. Harold Gramenz. Marie Pert). Maynard Jentz. Lulu Newel. Irene Krause. Charles Glaus. Robert Hantelman. Isabelle Weisbrod. Viola Mueller, June Weisbrod. Clair Bollinger, Donna Jean Bailey and Gladys Tieman. Miss Helen Thompson, fifth and sixth grade teacher, is directing the play. About Movir Plans The Community club met Tuesday night for the purpose of discussing the open-air movies. The date set for movies will be May 27 nnd they ivill continue each Wednesday. President J. A. Mueller appointed Carl Gillingham and Derwood Eigler to circulate the movie petition not yet signed. S. E. Straley and J. H. Reeder were appointed to supervise the construction and erection of the screen frame to be put up on the north wall of the Fenton drug store. Fernandes Fauerby. Eddie Lindsey and Bob Schwartz were appointed to take tickets and be ushers. The bank situation is still hanging fire as the insurance corporation examiners did not state whether the project would be approved. Gus Krause recently traded his N'ash for a Ford V-8. Mrs. Ann Rcimers nnd children of Burt spent last week end with Mrs. Kate Menz. Bryan Conncl of Des Moincs was n visitor in the K. H. Bonn home last week Tuesday. Mrs. Carrie Voigt entertained her sewing circle at a quilting party last Thursday afternoon. Rev. J. T. Snyder ipent last week Monday at Sioux City where he attended the "College Prayer Day." The senior class of the Fenton high school had their pictures taken at Algona Thursday There arc Hi graduates. Mr. and Mrs. John Light went to Iowa Kails last week Tur-day for a Id-day visit with their daughter. Mrs. Clyde Brooks and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause entertained a large number of relatives last week Monday evening in honor .of Kmi! Dreyer of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs R. L. Padgett and family moved into the Bennett building Thursday. The Ijelbcrt Long family occupy part of the place. Work on the large lumber yard building in Fenton in progressing rapidly and Manager H. E. Rcimers is planning that the structure will be completed by June 1st. F. P. Newell drove to Rochester last week Monday, taking his father, John, who submitted to a goitre operation Tuesday afternoon. The last reports say he is getting along nicely. Mrs. Shelby WeUbrod entertained the Dorcas sewing circle at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Kate Menz. Mra. Roy Chrisi hilles and Mra. Lester Weisbrod Dorothy Mueller. 10 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Mueller, is ill with diphtheria since Thursday when the home was put under quarantine. A registered ntir.sc from Kairmont i.i carmg for tier Alr.i. AH'm Zum.'ich entertained her .,i wing circle at a bridge party last Wedne.idiiy afternoon. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz received tile cut prize. I;UI-.N!S wire Mrs. George Jentz and Mrs. Anna Osburn. Mm. Kumach served dainty refreshments. Mrs. W. V. Yager. Mrs. W C Mt.uner, Mrs. K K Mueller, Mrs. KUie Dreyer, Mra. Fred Dau, Mrs. lifirnan Dreyer. Mrs Au^ubt Hier- itedt. Mrs. A. K. Willrett and Mra. Herman (jade attended the l.ulh- t-run Indies' Aid meet at Bull on Thursday afternoon Mrs. Walter KaulstKh was the hostess. Mr. and Mra. Prince Korninger of Des Monies spent last week nait- mg Kenton relatives, A week ago Sunday, Mrs. Hoininger'ti mother. Mra. Jacob Hengel entertained Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McWhorU-r and son of St. Benedict; the Frank Scha.lt- ichneider family of Whittemore: L. C'. Pitman mid b'liloia Hengei and Mr. and Mrs. Rominger of Dea Moincs: Mr and Mrs. K G. Heng- tl uud Mr und Mra. A J. Boilmg- cr arid their families of this olace; Kulh Heist.- of Euhtoii. Minn , ttnd Angela Zinibrich of Fairmont. Mr Pitman returned to Des Moiu- cs last week Monday. Head The VVuJjt Ads It Pays. Twenty Years Ago News (Taken from the flies of the Upper Des Molnes for the week of May 10, 1916) Tho death of Mm. I. M. Flnnrll had occurred the previous Th'trs- d«y. She had been in her usual Rood health until about an hour before death. Mr. Finnell was the postmaster at that time. • • « The country roads had been In the worst shape in years and were nlmost Impassable. Deep ruts, large clods as hard as rocks and sink holes were some of the haz ards to motorists. Roads almost impassable included that north of the city toward Burt,-west near Hobart. south on the Air line and east on McGregor road. • • * A baby girl had been born to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bowles. • • • Little Clatr Blossom, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. S. Blossom, had drunk the contents of a bottle, said to be fever medicine, the previous week and was saved only by the timely arrival of a doctor. The Blossoms were living in Fenton then. • • • Mesdsmcs Keneflck, Otto Falken- halner, E. C. Dickinson, Woods, Mlsbach and Hartman had attended a large suffrage meeting at Fort Dodge the previous week. • • • The pupils and teachers, Mr. Griffith and Miss Collins (nor Mrs. C. H. Beardsley) of the manual training and domestic science departments, were planning to present an exhibit the next Friday. * * • Among the movies popular at that time and being shown at thr Call Opera House were Betty of Greystone with Dorothy Gish nnd George Fawcett and Bright Lights with Mable Normand and Roscoe Arbuckle. Peggy. Also Billic Burke in H. D. Hutchins at Loan Ass'n Meeting H. D. Hutchins. secretary-treasurer of the Algona National Farm Loan Association of Kossuth and adjoining Iowa counties attended ceremonies in Omaha Saturday, honoring D. P. Hogan. whose resignation as president of the Federal Land bank of Omaha became effective May 1. Mrs. Hutchins accompanied him. Ceremonies included unveiling of an oil painting of the land bank's founder in the afternoon and a banquet in the evening. The program was sponsored by loan association secretary-treasurers and employes of the bank. A. S. GOBS, land bank commis- •ioner, representing- the Farm Credit Administration of Washlng- 'on. D. C. delivered an address. Governor Cochran of Ncbraskn, Governor Herring of Iowa, Governor Berry of South Dakota and Governor Miller of Wyoming were invited to attend the festivities. Hundreds of persons were present, according to Mr. Hutchins, in- i.lulling many representatives of the more than 400 loan associations in Nebraska. Iowa, South Dakota and Wyoming. WANTKI) ~~ once man with farming experience Permanent local job, good [>ay ever}' week. Car necessary. Give age and how long on farm. Box 164. Dcpt. 1792. Quincy, III. Kate Skinner, teacher at Fort Dodge, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs, Anna Skinner. George Elbert of Elbert'0 Garage, drove to Des Molnes Friday and spent the day on a business mission. Dr. O. E. Scarborough of the John Deere Implement Co., visited In Des Moines Saturday and Sunday with friends. Mr. and Mrs. .T. E. Mason drove to Renwlck Sunday before last and were dinner guests of Supt. and Mrs. N. K. Sperry. The 3, Harold Brandts moved on Friday into one of the Vera apartments. Mr. Brandt Is a Decker salesman who moved here last week. Mrs. E. D. Sheehan left Saturday and expects to spend the next ten days with relatives and friends In Cedar Rapids, Newton and Des Moines. W. H. dimming*, Des Molnes, spent Friday In Algona. He is proprietor of the Cummings 5c to il.OO store here, which was recently robbed. John Bishop, who Is attending 'o\va State College at Ames, visited Friday until Sunday here with ils parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter. Beverly, visited Sunday with the Russell Cooks. The Howies make their home in Rockwell City. Mrs, H. C. Barnes expected to return today (Tuesday) to her home in Rolfe, concluding a two week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. George Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne and daughters, Betty and Berdlne. drove to Lake Okoboji and sur- "aj^jjjj rounding territory Sunday to see the ruins of the recent storm. red to the local Highway Commission office. Eleanor Payne, student nurse In the Mercy hospital at Mason City, was a visitor here at the home of. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, Saturday and Sunday. This is Eleanor's first year in training. Miss Nellie Benedict left Saturday morning for Omaha where she will visit several weeks and then return to her home in Kansac City. Miss Benedict has been visiting here the past month at the home of her sister, Mrs. David C. Ward. Mrs. Wallace Clow returned to her home In Chicago Friday even- Ing concluding a month's visit with her mother, Mrs. Chet Long. Mrs. Clow, who was a patient in General hospital several days during her stay here, Is In good health once more. Helen Sterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling, returned to her work as bookkeeper at the Dau garage. She was absent for three weeks, suffering with trichinosis. Other sufferers with the malady are reported as recovering quite rapidly now. Mrs. Ray Work left Sunday for Des Moines to spend a week with her son, Donald Lowric, and her mother, Mrs. B. M. Hlggins. She accompanied the Dr. Arlo Adams who will spend the week in AlMa with Mrs. Adams' brother, and In Des Molnes and In Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Mathes and Mr and Mrs. Frank Geigel drove to Hand's Park Friday to look over the storm ruins. GIVE THOSE NEW CHICKS A FAIR CHANCE! Raise every chick to maturity. This new, Improved brooder house Is the best insurance you can buy for your poultry profits. A. H. BORCHARDT Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhlgg, of Emmetsburg. spent Sunday here at the home of their daughter, Mrs. E. C. McMahon, and celebrated their forty-third wedding anniversary. .Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Haverly and two sons. Waterloo, moved Into the Frank Thorpe apartments Sunday. Mr. Haverly was recently transfer- THE NEW DES MOINES BROODER Scientifically constructed Year 'round service Keeps chicks and poultry warm and dry. Health giving sunshine glass ventilator windows; double, rat-proof floor, thoroughly creosoted fir lumber, absolutely weatherproof and vermin and rat-proof. Special roof constructions allows more head room. Cheaper than you can build. Come In and let us demonstrate the many superior features of this biggest brooder house value on the market. I F. S. Norton & Son . Phone 289 I Age years lived on farm Name Number of Address R. S. BLOSSOM Democratic Candidate For County Treasurer subject to will of the Democratic voters In the June primary. I will appreciate your support. 18-21 UU |1 11 1 Top Market Price mm WL Paid For Wool (Jet <nir price bot'on; yon sell your wool. Joe Greenberg ' Phone? 118 Alffnna, la. EASY TERMS AT Bjiistrom's Home Appliance* Algona Swea City Vote For [x] J. J. DOOLEY Democratic Candidate for Re-election aa County Recorder A Kccurd of More Work Handled With l.e»» K 17-21 An Appropriate Gift Sous and Daughters who ar« so fortunate as to have u Mother, will surtly remember her on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10. A beautiful box of Carrot or Martha Washington Chocolates specially nu.de for the gccasion. THE ALGONQUIN ^ 101 East. Stale Street Algoiia, luwu &xx3a&!za&xx>&f*^^ All Feed Chick Mash The iuu>u< HIGH (}l ALITY feed which ha* alwayi been iiold by UK. Htrong, healthy and sturdy chicks result when frd "AM, FEED" Starting and Growing Ma*h because It Is freshly mixed. Cod Uvrr OH, Buttermilk and other Ingredients are mixed the same day the feed is sold. Why not Insure yourself a healthy flock by giving them the right »Urt? $2.25 per cwi; $2.00 in 500 Ib. lots Manufactured and sold by E. R. Rising Mill Algona, Iowa Other Dealers: Nelson Hardware Algona, and Algona Hatchery CODOLENE take* e/ie fire and pain out of burns, acts as a soothing antiseptic on cuts. heals scratches and mild skin irritations. made with cod liver oil, yet pleasantly fragrant. SAVE He &L* tb ," ,- • 50c tube of Codulene «t AW_ City Dntgfitt'i Namt- .Suit- t*k« tUii coupon to iny of th. fottowin f Dru f Stor«« Borcluirdt'» Drug K- U. Janus* W. Liuby Drug Co. BARRY'S BEER IS BEST

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