The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1931 · Page 9
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Hce Court I Now is the Time to for Drug Vending J Spray the Apples. cuarge aicer being discharged before flve to seven days' timp ttferfZ^ 3* fl ° CkS Of Sultry rdWossoming time when this mrtta? * OT S °. me medic me. Upon b e applied to be effective ae H«P S?JS , examlna "on of the medi- upon weather conditions and cifie it was found to contain no drugs weather win rod,,™ «,•> ,,„ — • — I time. Plum Creek Girls Met Saturday, i Upper Des Moines-Republicaa, April 22, 1931 Algona Hi Lights IOWA, WEDNESDAY APRIL 22,1931 No. 20 "it takes Interested readers as well as talented writers to make a R00 d paper." Music Conference. Gladys Rising. The girls were r.ccom .- the most attacking the apple, ap- of the Alrona schools. Dr. John Finley Williamson, direc n]p cpah *f tt> «„ ..* A - ~-f* —i "i' i —> ~~*.AI ^ iiiicj vvuijHinson, airpc- ouBhtoh V ne F e . SSar y to d ° a thor- tor of Westminster Choral School, «£_ ffilt tr,» »i?MSJ*;. .™?* «- a L a ', Ne . w X 01 *. directed the chonm'of Creed" ^H?^ b , y a dls oussion of the next The club decided to blossoming as spraying there is bloom open wVk11 ' Recommended material is one and »u hajf pounds of lead arsenate and rf « e hom ? of Mar J°rte John- el ther flve or six quarts of liquid lime ™ , Bea S?*i talked on second f, u lP h «r or four or flve pounds of dry year clothing which will be taken up M 1 ™ sulphur to fifty gallons of spray ^^ venr - ' tfe £h yea ™ , u "I mixture: To get The toTmtatirS''^ «««?£, Y° »? u ? welcom ed two new separate palls in mixing each material, members to their club. There was a I. stlr the ret !uired amount of lead ar- sing. . "Everyone can We have found that not more nearly perfect attendance. The meet- Ing adjourned followed by a delicious lunch served by the mother of the hostess. St. Thomas Church. Sunday, April 2th, at'nine a. m. holy communion. Eleven a. m., morning praysr and sermon. St, Thomas' Guild will meet on Thursday. April I3th with Mrs. H. E Woodward of Whittemore. The spacious closed car bodies of this new Buick Eight are not only richly upholstered and charmingly fitted, but snugly Insulated like fine homes •gainst beat, cold and noise. They provide luxurious corn* fort under all kinds of weather conditions. •nd up— f, o. b. Flint, Mich. Qtefaf to Iktir tmpiihrit), tbt present tnodib Itnmtboitttbi nmintiHmmr and fall, ALGONA MOTOR SALES South of Algona Hotel Phone 714. TUB BIGHT AS BUICK BUILDS IT senate in some water in one pail until it is well wetted. Pour this in the spray barrel after filling the barre nearly full of water. Similarly, dissolve the dry lime sulphur and poui it in the barrel last. Pnlsh filling, stir thoroughly and apply at once. If liquid lime sulphur is used, it can be poured in the barrel last without diluting it. Never mix concentrated lime sulphur and lead arsenate together. The mixture will turn black and will be ineffective. Cherries do not need this spray but it is essential that plums receive it before they blossom to control brown rot. The plum blossoms earlier than the apple and should be sprayed earlier. If they are now in bloom and have not been sprayed, wait until the petals drops. All present conditions point to a good crop of fruit this year. Most fruit trees are loaded with fruit buds. Last year's drouth will, however, no doub't reduce the crop on many old weak trees. The last two years trees bloomed earlier than normal and were later than one out of every 2,000 has bad ears for tone. As a rule a good director can get music from any group." ''We are getting away from anything artificial," he adds, "and are advocating simplicity in all singing. We want the simple pronunciations of the words not exaggerated sounds." A radio was installed in the assembly and Friday afternoon the students had the pleasure to listen to the chorus which was broadcast over WHO. The chorus of which the girls were members again appeared at a concert Friday evening given at the Shrine Temple in Des Moines. Commercial Contest. Algona was represented by the following students in the sectional commercial contest held at Spencer Saturday, April 18: Phyllis Parsons, Genevieve Hartshorn, Hazel Neeling, Bernice Harrington, Helen Becker, Juanita Potter, Josephine Lee, Helen Batt, and Irene Pentecost. First place winners in the contest were as follows: novice shorthand, Al- WHEN YOUR WORK IS DONJE. What do you do when your lessons are prepared; when you have done all that.is required of you? Your answer to that question contains the key to your character. It furnishes a clue to your future. Perhaps you are more S^IS'* ™*)£lJ??. natu l? than tlle Shades I,, Art Display at HI S h School. An interesting exhibit of etchings bv French artists was shown on last Friday to the junior and senior hieli school students. These pictures were displayed in Miss Wilson's room in Miss Carrie Durant, art director foi then do .you ow II von . — cathedral of Notre Dame from various points of , ° ne1 .. of . th .e most valuable and was a colored - • roning out the difference between yourself and the duller members of the aSPmTp o"f of Cleveland, Ohio. caught by cold and.in some cases the freezing weather during the blossoming time, which greatly reduced the crop in most orchards. Fruit trees will bloom later this year by a week or ten days than-in 1929 or 1930. Swea City to Graduate Fourteen. Herald: Diplomas will be awarded this spring to fourteen Swea City high school students. The Rev. W. P. McCormick, pastor of the Waterloo Westminster Presbyterian church, has been engaged to give the commencement address Thursday night, May 21. The graduated. are?,Evertitt -'- gona; novice typewriting, Spirit Lake; amateur shorthand, Arnold's Park. The novice shorthand • team for Algona, composed of Phyllis Parsons, Genevieve Hartshorn and Hazel Neeling was awarded a silver cup. The team's average was 99 per cent. The Spencer Commercial Club offered prizes for the individual students Cedar Falli Trark TMW* ct> Fourteen of the Algoirn high schoo One may gain relative safety by going I along with the crowd, doing what he is equlred to do. But he never gains distinction by doing what he and the rest of the crowd are required to do, — ..._ .„„„..„ .„„„ OV , 11UL and by making this work the basis track team attended and participate for further and profounder studies and 1" the Cedar Falls track events Satur achievements. By doing what you are day. The preliminaries started at tci told to do, what you will be criticized o'clock and the finals at two for not doing, you are establishing The work of the boys in some of thi yourself on the level of mediocrity, events was exceptionally fine Dicl It is by what you do when your work Cowan went out in polo vault at tei is done that you carve for yourself a feet . six inches. Charles Cretzmeyei Start the Chicks Right position of leadership. Grade News. placed fourth in the semi-finals of the 100 yard dash. Bob Williams won fifth in the broad jump at twenty feet, five I Inches. By accident Williams had to run two Jensen,' Roalson, ranking the highest. Phyllis Parsons was presented with a fountain pen for the highest individual ranking, having rate of 99.5 per cent. Genevieve Hartshorn received an Eversharp pencil for the second highest ranking, her rate being 99 per cent. Algona's amateur shorthand team placed fourth with an average of 94.83 per cent. The team was composed of Helen Batt, Juanita Potter and Josephine Lee. Helen Batt won third place in individual rankings, her rate being 97 per cent. Spelling Bees. Miss Messenger's tenth grade English classes had spell downs last week. Two captains were selected from each The pupils of Miss Palmer's room hundred yard dasTe Tin his Yea? it enjoyed a relic day last Friday. The he had fought harder at the finish he pupils who contributed to the collec- might have gone to the finals tion gave interesting reports on the In the quarter mile relay race the origin of the articles on exhibit. Am- team took third place and in the half e rnce « team won seconi Our boys were placed I fifth table cloth mile from India, linen from Germany, coins its heat. ^, L uuya WB1 - e nmcea mtn dated as far back as the year 1820, a in the one mile relay and nosed on? glass cup which had been in the Chi- of the fourth place when Ham^eavo ciico fir*, rhln*™, ft«» W ™, n ^ J fal]ed to fart * ffrUhttaSg^ Albert Swanjson,! Burton Thompson, Florence E. Anderson, Florence Dinzy, Margaret Kuchynka, Geneva Picht, Harriett Poole, Elsie Smith, Julia Regner and Louise Simmons. Planting Bullheads in Iowa Lake Exchange: Wednesday of last week a large number of bullheads were placet in Iowa Lake. They are of a good size weighing ahtout a pound each. Ten thousand other 1930 flsh were also deposited in the lake. The seining officials from the Iowa department will come back May 1 to do some additional work. The Minnesota side of the lake will be handled by parties from Fairmont. GEO. L. MILLER BUILDING CONTRACTOR We Build Model Houses Estimates Furnished. Phone 753 610 South Dodge St. Algona, Iowa, 43-tf /vwvwvvwvwwvw Ion one, James Bishop, 'Carl Norman; section two, Ruby Koepke, Adris Anderson; section, three, Mary Black, Nor. ma Raney; section four 1 , Arba Dee Long and Gertrude Morrow. Accidentally Swallows a Pin. Helen Goeders accidentally swallowed a common pin while sewing. As the pin "went down head first," she has been assured that nothing serious will develop. Monday evening while practicing base ball, Marguerite Dalziel cracked one of the small bones in her finger. Club Meeting. The last meeting of the normal training club was held in Blackford Park where birds were studied through the aid of a pair of field classes cago fire, chinaware from England, a medal which had been presented by the King of Sweden for long and faithful service, old fashioned gowns and a silk shawl which had been woven by a peasant woman in France. Insect Survey. The United States Department of Agriculture is making a survey of insects in this state. The biology classes and several outside students are collecting the kinds of insects found in this county. This collection will be sent to an entomologist at Mount Pleasant. In return the school will receive a mounted named collection of common Iowa insects. Agriculture Methods. enough.. He lost by six inches. In this track meet some of the best schools took part, in all, 52 schoo's with 400 picked athletes, so the competition was extremely keen. The taiy outs (took place for the Drake relay teams. The records established were college style. The running events were against a very strong south wind making it impossible to et any new running records. Preparation for Academic Tests. The plane geometry classes have recently taken test four of the Lane Greene unit achievement tests. Th highest scores were as follows: Leroy T " u *""~ °° ~ Jensen, 35, and An*. the first: hundred years the hardest? Perhaps not in a chick's life, but the kind of feed jliey -el. in the first few weeks determines the health •uul vitality of the bird. The Ames All-Mash Starter and Growing Mash, with its ten perfectly balanced ingredients, including Buttermilk and Cod Liver Oil, supplies all the health giving vitamins necessary for quick growth. Our chick mash is always freshly mixed which is necessary when cod liver oil is used. Try this—give the Ames All-Mash Ration a real test. Check the results. Then you'll know the difference. Selling price—$2.05 per cwt in single sacks; $2.50 in 5 sack lots or more. D> "C f Northwestern Elevator ? | E. R, .RISING. I ^WWWWWVWV^^ Johnson 33, Duane Fernley Nolte, 38. The scores wer made out ofl a possible 41 points The median made by the classes was 24'/ Agriculture methods have been tak- and the standard median was 22. ing the time and attention of the! ~~ ' senior normal training girls during the past week. They have shown much interest by planting corn, beans, potatoes and peas as class projects. Lesson plans were also made on recognition of the breeds of poultry, houses, cattle and swine. Handwork Project. A new handwork project that is being carried out by the senior normal training girls is that of dressing dolls to show the dresses worn by people in different periods of history and in different countries. Girls' Athletics. The girls who were interested in base ball began practice last Monday evening after school. Some of the high school teachers were also seen "getting in trim" for some competitive base ball. Miss Messenger is the "Babe Ruth" on the team. Displays Skill. Elaine Isaacson has recently displayed her skill in art by handing in an elaborate pen and ink drawing of a castle. The drawing was beautifully and carefully shaded and every detail was discernible Caroline Morris had her tonsils removed Thursday. Miss Katherine Manus had her ton- ils removed last week. Allen Carr went to Des Moines on lusiness Monday night. Mrs. E. D. Moyer is visiting at th lome of her son, Raymond. Julius Qulnn was operated on las Thursday for an access on his neck, j Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Sr., has been D t by drove to Parnhamville Sunday ill with influenza since last Thursday. wher e they visited with an aunt of J. H. Schroeder has been 'suffering from an infection in one of his hands. ,, M J- and M* 8 - M. E. Larsen and their * year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Morness has been ill for the past week will- mastoid trouble. At the last meeting of the Woman's ;lub the following officers were elected: tfrs. Fred Vogel, president; Mrs. F. L lyerson, vice president; Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, secretary and Mi's. P. L, Drcmmel, treasurer. Dr. W. T. Peters was called to Em- netsburg on Tuesday of last week to ee Frank Weisbrod. Mrs. Peters ac- ompaniedi him. Mr. Weisbrod has een having a serious time with glan- ular fever. He conducted a garage .ere several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Looft of Ann- ;rong, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft and dr. and Mrs. Harry Looft of Ban- roft spent Thursday evening at the eter Looft, Jr., home here. It was he birthday of the latter. Mrs. Louis Huber was quite badly njured last Wednesday when her car as struck by another car at the corer of the H. O. Buell farm east of own. Her wrist was dislocated and roken in two places. The other car was driven by some Titonka young people who were returning home from a picnic at the Oakdale farm. 'y®&8&X8X8&y®^^ SWEA CITY NEWS. ®&®xy&m&^^ fourteen graduates from the Swea City high school this year. Bargains in Used Cars Ford sedan Buiek Master coupe Dodge sedan Ford tudor —~- — ====: See the New Chevrolet Cabriolet and the 157 inch New Truck KOHLHAAS BROS. toGe ° rg t£ exter , wasttaken to Cher °-| ™ Km»w kee on Friday of last week for treat- home Sunday; ment. Tie Hurt Community Olub held an- 1 Ryerson Sunday. J. M. McDonald and son, Hugh, Chas. I and Orville Stow gave an aluminum de- plans for the junior-senior banquet monstration at the H. A. Smith home which w111 be held May 8. Tuesday evening. Mrs . Aurl] , a (Joflta entert Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald of Birthday Ch-cle at her home Thursday Sioux City spent Sunday at the O. P. A " enjoyed a good time and delicious McDonald home. refreshments were served. Mrs. R. L. Cogdill spent Sunday at , Th . e K ' <*• Smith family enjoyed a he home of her sister, Mrs. Fannie L pic " lc supper at the Call State Park Albright, near Sexton. last Friday night. James remained Members of the junior Christian En- MendS UnW Saturd ay. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa. •"VWWiVWVWfr^^ PLATE GLASS Do not send away for Glass. We undersell mail order houses on auto glass and we serve while you wait, 4 Joe Greenberg deavor will have a party at the Pres- yterian church Friday night. Mrs. Mary Shanor is ill and her son, Earl and his wife were called out west recently to be at her Bedside. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. L, Phelps, Mrs. Anna Stow, Mrs. Laura Paine and Bernard Phelps were dinner guests at the Tom Trainer home Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Graham and daughter Mrs. Margaret Graham and daughtei th Mr. and M r , Lloyd ^^ ^ ^Sn^K. *&£•£,* % lXr W Tiet^^ ^ Per ° ent Payment ' makin « «**•& Mrs. F. O. Stow and Mrs. James Bewick will entertain the Ladies' Aid society on Wednesday of next week. Word was received here Saturday o: the death of Mrs. Robert Henley ai her home at Leith, North Dakota. The Bahlings are building a new set of farm buUdtags between the old home place and the Win. Koestflei .arm. A number of Odd Fellows went to S A™"* 1 * « to put on Men are arriving daily who are seeking employment on the grading and saving crews. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crosley and son, Glen of Ames spent the week end with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Leland and amily of Ames were week end visit- rs at the Wm. Leland home. Smith-Hughes students will enter the ontests at Ames again this year, which will be held on May 7, 8, and 9. "At the End of the Lane," is the title of the senior class play to be given on Friday evening, May first. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hokanson of Cor- nd their morant, Minnesota, are visiting with ng were relatives and friends here and also Lai-son looking after business matters. , „ Mrs. Emil Larson entertained at a at Harris, near twelve o'clock dinner on Friday, guests being Rev. and Mrs. John Seimans of Duluth, and Rev. and Mrs. George Sei- mans. Mr. and Mrs. Dean James and family and Mesdames Clyde Sanborn and P. W. Larson attended a county Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Laurens on Monday evening. This vicinity was visited with a good shower of rain on Sunday afternoon, the first spring raUi and was surely a welcome visitor after such dust storms as we have been having. The Swea Four-H club girls met at ;he Emil Larson home on Saturday p. m. Miss Helen Iverson was elected to go to the Four-H club convention which will be held at Ames. L. A. Anderson held a public sale of his household furnishing on Saturday The Lewis Eckholm family has moved into the Anderson residence and Mr Anderson will live with them. Another filling station will soon be erected in Swea City by G. A. Hall- qtiist of Linn Grove on the lots where the Henry Smith feed barn was located in the days of the horse and buggy. The W. C. T. U. health posters were judged last, week with Elvin Linde winning first place and Arlcne Cassem second place in the sixth and first place was given to Luella Snenfelder and second place to Mavis Larson. Just to prove that base ball is still a favorite when it was announced that the American Legion would sponsor a. Junior base ball team this year sixty aoys appeared at the baseball diamond for a tryout. The diamond is being cleared and practice is started but the league team has not been selected as yet. Jeff Hanlfan will act as coach. This gives promise of lots of action in ;he Junior baseball league for the fans in this territory. The first and second grade pupils _ave an operetta, "Spring Glow", to a jacked auditorium on Friday afternoon. The leading characters were Spring, Inez Helmke; Jack Frost, Geo. Elliot; Bue Bird, Marie Erickson; Maidens, Marilyn Peterson, Marjorie Pearson, Harmony Johnson, Ruth Torino, Elaine Kluger. The choruses were Frost Elves, Pussy Willows, Rain Drops, Bees, Brownes, Sunshine, Fairies, Butterflies and Breezes. This was given under the direction of Misa Francis Dahl, music instructor. Favorable comments are heard on every hand. Miss Keo Kesler, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kesler, was Joined in marriage to Roy Crosley on Saturday at six p. m. at the home of the brides parents, with Rev. John Sei- mans of Duluth, Minnesota, preform- ing the marriage ceremony in the presence of immediate relatives. Miss Kesler has grown to womanhood in Swea City, a graduate of the Swea City high school and later took up a nurses' training course at Minneapolis, and was graduated two years ago and has since followed that vocation! Roy Crosley is the oldest son of Mr. ond Mrs. Henry Crosley, former residents here, but who now reside at Ames. He has taken up the ministry as his life's work. This worthy couple has hosts of friends who extend sincere wishes for their future happiness. After a short honeymoon they will begin house keeping at an early date. W lace at that Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stoutenb'erg drove o Heron Lake Sunday to visit with Mrs. Stoutenberg's brother, Mr. Longworthy. The Chui-Nnmel Chink Says: A bath room painted in two colors with towels and curtains to match makes a room your wife will be delighted to show to isitors, Kitch-n-Tint will give a pleas- Jig finish; many beautiful tints to se- eot from. Sold, by E. w. Lusby. making thirty-five per cent received by the depositors. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett received word last week that her father, Mr Danner, had been taken from Iowa Falls to Iowa City to the hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reimers and children of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs E. O. Weisbrod of Fenton were visitors at the LeRoy Boettcher home Sunday. ™«,u T- Peters was called to the fid. Fischer home last Friday to dress a painful wound which Mr. Fischer received from the tusks of a hog, while he was ringing hogs. Mrs. E. E. Yaeck of Lake Mills is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Timmel. Mr. and Mrs. Tinunel and Mrs. Yaeck drove to Sioux Falls Saturday where they visited relatives. 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