The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 25,1937 TheMan About Town Says Woofer what the great era and conductors of symphony orchestras would do If they know their soothing music went, via dio, Into the dairy barns of Schoby and Alfred Schenck to make contented cow*. The leaden with their t"M»it° rising and frin^g, hair flying, knees bending, batons gyrating should set the cows to laughing with television and give more milk for the pails. Bven fJatfy ••IBM* feu for the contented idea in the dry cleaning plant A radio with swing tune music gladdens the cleaners, press- ex* and seamstress. They hum and •lag at their work, do more of it cheerf oly, and are environed in of everlasting good _ from Saturday noon until Tuesday morning. When we learn to rely on the store owner for our stamps who handles them at no profit the tax payers can -save a lot of money In wages and close the window for good. There's something for a ooBgi^BMRnan. Pan & bill to permit the seller of stamps a small profit every article a person wants. Art WUdin was high bidder and the new owner of a torn cat when it was placed on the block by its master who gave a verbal guarantee as to the kitty's ability. * • • Don Cook is an up-to-the-minute groceryman. In fact, a step or two ahead of the times. A rack full and complete with garden and flower seeds is. the first thing a customer is greeted with on entering the store. Whether you buy or not one must stop long enough to look at the pretty pictures on the packets and sigh. • • • At Itarmal hill Just sooth of the German Lutheran church the road affords a swell sliding place for kids. Sunday morning when traffic is heavy and ears parked on either side of the road making one way driving lanes, the kids dodge in and out and around the cars. A "Something is Going to Happen Some Time" feeling dogs every driver. When you buy your loving youngster a sled and permit him or her to use this road for sliding don't blame anyone but yourself if be is brought home with a fractured skull or broken limbs. W • • "At test it is d*oe", sighed Hoi- man Anderson as he finished wiping clean and putting back on the Mwtr painted shelves thousands of and bottles and packages of It wasn't done in a day, HMM who IMC extensively the expression '-give me a cigarette" can profit enormously by purchasing a current issue of the Reader's Digest. In it is an article by a professional moocher who gives his confeasional views and tricks on continuous smoking with out a penny spent • • • The Bob* Donovan* went visiting for a week or two. Before they left the pipes in the house were completely drained, a useless task. For when they returned every pipe, was frozen and some were bursted. Mysteriously the water acted like elves of old during the absence and played damaging tricks. • • * Down !• Tennessee, so the daily paper tells, the head of the W. C. T. U. was fined for driving while intoxicated or plainly, drunken driving. That is the shining example of mortal man here and elsewhere. He can be a leader of the clubs, schools, churches or communities, respected and liked until that fateful day, the day he gets caught • • » "Somewhere hi France" was a common phrase during the World war. Coining a new similar sentence tor the basketball fan, "Some time after eight" Means, of course, that the eight o'clock game will start after that time but never before. The Boosters give you a good show once the visiting team gets here and dressed. Burt Conservation League Sets 500 Membership Goal Butt: About 126 attended the Conservation League meeting held in the Legion hall, Monday evening. Mike Baer presided over the oyster stew, about 18 gallons of which were served. L. M. Merritt, Algona, and Dr. Schoby, who were scheduled to appear on the program were unable to be present Joe Lowe, Algona, was present McCormick - Deering For Better, Easier, More Profitable Dairying If your cream separator is losing money by wasting bntterfat at the skimmilk spout, It is high time to in- Test in a new McCormick-Deerlng Bali-Bearing Cream Separator. A Babcock test of the skimmilk will tell whether you can afford to continue using your cream separator. The HcConnick-Deering is the closest-skimming cream separator on the market. It Is easy running, easy to clean, and it will give many years of good service. It i* builf in six sizes—capacities from 350 to 1500 pounds of milk per hour. Come in and let m demonstrate «« efficiency. We will also demonstrate the McCormick-Beering Milker on request McCormick»Deering Store Algona, Iowa and gave an excelelnt talk, telling especially of the work of the Conservation League in securing the setting aside of Union Slough as a migratory water bird sanctuary. The Burt chapter now has about 110 paid-up members and the drive for new member* will be continued. Last year the membership was 150 and 500 is the goal the chapter is striving to reach this year. H. W. Trainer is president and M. M. Chipman is secretary of the local chapter. Improve from D&MM Friends are glad to learn that Mrs. Otto Engstrom of near Elmore is much, improved from a recent sick spell. Mrs. George Kohl is also improving. What Buys! With A Guarantee of 30 Days On Each Car Over $100 FORD • WIW Tudor gunmetal color, and upholstering like new, clean job, never abused. We invite you to drive it .; . *445 1 Q Q J> PHFV BIack Master Coach, with Kari- I t/Ov vlltf. Keen trunk, low mileage, appearance like new, heater, good tires, and mechanically 0. K. Sacrifice for a quick sale mueage, ap- *385 1934 V-8 Deluxe Sedan, in maroon, equipped with Kan-Keen trunk, radio, heater, factory reconditioned motor; good paint, upholstering, a steal at 4i-.ia.ccu. bituLn., J 345 1QQQ DIVUnilTU Coach; mechanically 0. lUOO rLfHIUUIn K; good tires and clean *275 .; good tires and clean upholstering; good paint, heater; black color; and low mileage; a snap at PI YMAIITIi Coach ' black ; tires rLTmuum fairand ^ see this car and you will buy it; we're going to sell for only FORD Eoadster ' black ; model "A"; •wiiif good tires; plenty of service left in this car, and we're going to sell it to the first person with Also A Good Selection of Used Trucks at Far Below Their Market Prices 30 OTHER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Your Present Car May Make The Down Paym't MAKE US AN OFFER Biggest and Best Stock Plus Lowest Prices EASY TERMS AT KENT MOTOR CO. Sales ^^^gfc Service Garage Open Evenings 'til 9 P. M., 10 P. M. Sat, and Sunday A. M.

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