The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1930 · Page 12
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S ((,', • tt te interesting to nbte that of the teii AlgOHft sttxteiits H/htt stood high* est in th* EnglisS Oorfetftaess test which was a part of tl« academic testa given in the high school recently eight out of ten were students who had attended the country schools. This discovery was something of a surprise because much of the time country schools ate blamed for the poor foundation in grammar that many children have Episcopalians Have Convention Today, The convention of the Episcopal dls* trlct which includes Algona, Ssther- and Speheer is be- tod&y. This morn- rvlces were held at en o'clock. At noon shite wart. V J £"" i J unCh a ^ the Oal1 state Perk Father tfpjohn of Emmets- a a nd d mher wh " eh ^ ofMfcson are here for the convention ™ Url District Methodist Picnic June 17th. The district Methodist picnic wi!2 be held June 17th at the Kossuth cotmty fair grounds. It is being sponsored by Hi? Me ?'? Brotherhood movement, of the district. There will be sixty churches represented. There will be several different dlvlsons of the picnic The parode of floats repressing differ* ent types of church work will be in* included. The exhibits will be put on by different groups lik'e Sunday School. Epwprth League, Morningside College, <""»**M*A4.A.*— i._, »A_« „. -_. _7: ° ' presents two, new Princess TEDEflTES , , Conference hospital at Sioux City sncf various boards of the church. The sports program wi!I consist of races, games, kitten bail and so forth. Preliminaries will be .vim off In the forenoon and the finals will follow the program. The large tents will be used for the exhibits* Outstanding speakers will be here. , Professor Earl Josten of the Esther.Vllle schools Is getting up a men's drorus composed of the male quartettes 6f the district. A full program will be published at a later date. "DICK" DICKINSON HAS' REPRESENTED IOWA DOZEN YEARS j* Candidate Now For u. S. Senator •••••*••>••• Congressman L. J. Dickinson 6f Algona, candidate fpr the United States senate, Is a native son of Iowa. Fifty-seven years old, "Dick" was born on a farm near Derby, Lucas county, He was elected to congress In 1918 and how is serving his twelfth consecutive year as a member of the house of representatives. J CRYSTAL TRICOT Model 2404 (No BancJ Concert Next Thursday. Many people have bedn Inquiring as to whether the Algona Military Band would give a concert on this coming Thursday -on the court house square. The band boys Inform us that due to the condition -of the lawn they can give no definite date as to when the first concert will take place. The boys have been practicing hard all winter and will soon put on the usual high class concerts that they have In the " past. Few towns the size of Algona hnve as fine a band as we have and I the citizens should show their apprecia- 1 tion by attending the concerts. Four Algona Girls Graduates of Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zender and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding and A. Ouehl were among the parents who attended the class play of the seniors of Mount St. Mary's academy at Cherokee Sunday. Mildred Capesius, Frances Zender, Gertrude Guehl, and Blondina Erpelding, all of Algona, are among the graduates of the school this year, and all took part in the play. In addition to the class play which was given in the evening, there was g program in the afternoon which included an address .by the Rev. Dr. Ross of Iowa City. "Dick" n.'chlnson, cnllcd strongest relief" sneaker In conercss by a pre of (bo United Slates. fsrm *y» *v * i <&*•"• >..^tE ' ' non-run rayon fabric. Cleverly tapers fhe figure ^.smooth outline for the fashionable, figure-mould" 'ntirefy boneless, these Tedetifes preserve your •-dam, and fhe snug all-in-one designs (not -'- 'ng to break sleek continuity of line) houelte „... to easy to bunder! In £-<* IS Jl ***3 WSJ W. B. Quarton Attends Guernsey Cattle Sale. I W. B. Quarton returned Saturday from Chiacgo and Hlnsdale, Illinois where he had gone to_ati;end a Quern- i sey cattle sale. He purchased a cow for his herd .and also purchased one for Bert Galbraith's herd. The W. W Marsh herd of Waterloo was beta* clos- The congressman now Is engaged In his campaign for the republican senatorial nomination. His friends say that foremost among his man?' achievements in Washington Is his unceasing fight for agricultural equality. Thoroughly grounded in farm economics, intensely loyal to his constituents, "Dick" has been an effective servant of the farmer. The congressman has a consistent record favoring all. constructive measures dealing with humanitarian causes, labor, education, pensions and child welfare. YOUR WORN TIRES NOW! I TS DANGEROUS to drive on smooth tires! .When the tread that provides the grip and safety is worn awa$- your tires are no longer a factor of Safety* jf of is the time £? equip your car with* |ew get|f Firestone Supreme gr Heavy I?ft$ Tlreg^U Rugged Safe, Strong, Enduring : *~ the tires that hold all world records for Mileage, Safety, Endurance and Economy. The only tires that are Gum-Dipped — the extra process that doubles the flexing life, adds strength and extra mileage and gives you tire performance above and beyond anything heretofore known. Drive in todayl We will give you a liberal allowance for your worn tires. • • ' •: •\ TIRES GAS-Offi LUBRICATION BATTERIES—BRAKE TESTING—RELINING 'Vic "Lowe TIRE SERVICE CO. GWen MeMiirray - Hour of ser ^e ele- a. m.-Frank H. Webster, minls- t t venm » service. We unite with <LM l'L? aturday at the auto' shop- Wants, For Sale/ Etc, i5?$fsw» >{} wSi k%?*i.*,f ."«^ i ^1^!^ J^F^^-faveiroom' for 15 !T „ ood Dastur e along-Black- S. Sarchett, Burt, Iowa. 48* 48 4 <S y , o« * 141. ' ' COPYRIGHT YMOUTH JACKSON BOBtS-MERPILL CO. WttU. SERVICE !!_»«<* tlti-oiidi. » reai story of ;W/-6. Danson, Pnu^DansoE-Miitosi Norton, and Arthur and*O. D. Ward drove up to Spirit Lake last Thursday and took in the opening of the fishing season on Thursday. This group of men has gone up to the lake together every spring and fall for the last fifteen or twenty years They stayed at the Danjwn cottage on Spirit Lake. The cold weather was not conducive to good fishing but they hauled In twenty perch and fifteen pike. Dinner was cooked out doors on the shore of the lake. The party came back to Algona Thursday night. Tony Goeders Wins Trip to Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders will leave on Saturday for West Baden Spring, Indiana, where they will attend a convention of New York Life insurance agents. All agents who sell $200,000 worth of insurance are given a free trip to this convention. Mr. Goeders has sold enough more than $200,000 worth of Insurance to take Mrs. Goeders along at the expense of the company. Ex-president Coolidge who is one of the directors of the New York Life will attend the convention Mr. Goeders has also won a free trip to Canada which he will take in the fall. Are Grading New Milwaukee Siding. The new Milwaukee side track being built at the Hall and Thorinston streets crossing will probably be completed in about two weeks. The Rradine Is near- Jni h Sh ^ d , , and When done the track will be laicL The crossing; will not. be closed. The siding will be' 850 feet iT 8 anc ' wi " be a big convenience to Algona shippers. Mw,. L. D. DIckinjon, lMak'« lovmble White batted mother, waits for June z when »he wm be one of the flint In Ma•on CItr to vpte for her boy for United State* senator. She li 83 year* oW. Congressman Dickinson has not learned his Washington from a book. His acquaintance with legislative procedure in Washington Is unlimited. Twelve years of constant attendance in the halls and committees of congress; twelve years as a representative of Iowa in congress- twelve years of close association with congressmen, senators, presidents, h&ve fitted Dickinson with the experience so vital to a senator Of the present ninety-six senators, Congressman Dickinson served with a third of thenr as members of the house in the last twelve years. No. rr" •»• P a ve. ui m the 'greater share 1 , cording to Fred R: glneer of the lowa'-hlg slon. Labor, therefore fl "o&if 1 * 1 * mUe of . hv Mr «^ ms . of ex P ense as compiited by Mr. White's analysis are: .cement, 10.6 per cent, or $2,968,00; freight 117 £f«fl e i« t nn° r $3 ' 27 6-°P; steel, 2^2 per cent, "F^ie.OO; aggregate, 9.2 per cent, or $2,576.00; construction and mentals, 4f Cent , or * 3 - 892 -°°- Out of this profit if an contraot;or obtains his acre farm, one-half ttemore, now occu- wrtt^"**^"';^ Farre11 - Make'offer.. write Mrs. Margaret A. McNulW 4011 Lexington street, < CNcago/Sl :F< =«,f? T SALE ~ In ortler to close the estate I am offering the late Grace E Beane residence for sale, for $5000.00. Hot water heat, two complete'apart- ments and baths. Rents for $60.00 ner month.—S. j. Murtagh, Executor. 48-50 FOR RENT-Very desirable office Baby Was Near Bancroft. The eighteen months old daughter of 'rtfH i M ^J t ' e *? e GrUnm of Water - loo died in 5, hospital at Fairmont yesterday from injuries received a short time before near Bancroft when their car collide with a gravel truck.. The £" m« were taken to F airmont where the little one died. Wants P° sitl °n. Widower Special sale of children's and ladles' hats for Saturday at the Elite Shop- ?i.OO each. ^ WANTED—Small second hand re- wn ge ^^-n n J?° 0 "$ condI U°n. Inquire 380 N. Hall St. - -•••' 47-48* FOR SALE—A residence property in Algona Will sell on easy terms, with a small first payment.—R. H, Miller. Examiner in Charge.: ' - ; 48: FOR STENOGRAPHER-State experience age^alary desired, and give^ferencel: Permanent position for right 'party Address Box 426, Algona '• 48*' Can you save $10.00 per month? Gamble Stores will pay you interest on your accumulations toward the purchase of 7 per cent Preferred Stock. 43 — Very desirable ' office SALE OR TRADE-A' fine place in central Florida for a place in or near Algona.— Charles Albright. : _ '_•' •••!.... 42-43 FARM 10ANS AT .6%% INTEBEST City residences and farms for sale List your property with us. MUBTAGH .BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. 48-50 Scholtens* Baby Lived But a Short Time. A baby son was born Saturday night to Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Scholten of Wf ^ 8t , the Algona hos P ltal but it lived only a short time. Mrs Scholten will be remember as Miss Florence Danson. Dr. Scholten is a veterinarian at Spirit Lake. This was *-he first child. Announces Candidacy For Of fice of Constable. L. T. Griffin this week announces his andidacy for the office of constable. te will make a very efficient officer In the event of his election. Nicholas Lontworlh, Teddy Kooscvell'j As a boy, Congressman Dlcklnsnii A Minute of Draft May be a Month of Pneumonia! PLOD* drafts . , . • '; layer? of cold aif. Your chil- M. dren possibly pjay in them all winter. Or windows are opened to let in, fresh air, See how we ejirni^Bite these dangers for you , give youand yoiir^ahjldren fresh air constantly. How we stop floor draf^w-ind all cold zones absolutely. K « Gree ": F ° rc N^TSy8tem works at the push of a button. Wafts ;clepn, .warsroed, moist air into And, TBIS-TME NKXT SKUIAJL OW?tIUlVG -Pl^^j^F^i^^F^F '•" Algona Markets. OatS Barley 3114 . .40 _ 4 13-17 Roosters 07-.08 ' ' ' ' -. ' ..I.'.- J lll'.'t ' Fishermen remember. A complete set of South Bend Tacjcle ana other I*} 1 ™ a t Oamble 8*°"* JUnes W 1*1.79. Bass Oreno 87c. upr w JMemorial Services at the Baptist Church. Next Sunday is Memorial Sunday and the patriotic orgwiizatlons of the city will be the guests of the Baptist church ?t the morning "service: Seats In the center section will be reserved for these .bodies. The wrmpr. subject wUl be -"Memories and i Merooriaj»» Let us unite with OJvll Ww, ~ ' „as cli , face the problems Healthful air witji tfte relative humidity that your doctor will tell you is'so important to your health. Pluf all that-~fuel costs are cut 20 to,40 per cent. And in summer your Green- Forced-Air-Sy B tem Is a cool- »ng system, too, ; We are Heating Engi, <ieers. .^sk us to give you ALL the facts about HeajthfulHeatiJgandVeS: Dome Heat In. •ww* : »UC4. UlfVCQ damper, no (moke in few when tittiv. % » >rc«d wot* ?mAfc * -^ to a«3SBi b»v« G. F. TOWNE, •na

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