The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1965 · Page 14
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Set New Corn Loan Rate For 1966 Jl Bushel Plus 30c Support Payment The Feed Grain Program will be essentially unchanged in form next year, but payment rates«ill be adjusted to encourage broader participation by farmers, the U. S. Department of Agriculture has announced. The 1966 Program is designed to strengthen incomes of producers, particularly those \>ho make full use of the program, and to keep production in balance with consumption, Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman said. Feed grain stocks have been reduced by more than a third clnce I960, and the program announced will enable the nation to continue moving toward an adequate reserve supply while protecting farm income levels and reducing program costs. Changes in the program are either those required by law or which reflect legislative history established this year \vlir :i thr no* program was oiurtfd, the Sec rotary said. F.i i mors will be asked to iiivert a minimum ;?0 percent of thr fftvi r.i.un 'use .icrosce t.'oon- Fervinc uses. Those who paiti- r.palf M ill receive mcomo-nisur,- ;Ai:un£ p.i>meats, arM will bo pliable for pi ice-support loans. T!.f se changes in the payment provisions are being made: Yields for determining payments will lx> projected at higher levels to reflect current trends rather than historic yields, as has been the practice, No diversion payment will lie made for minimum diversions, except for small acreages, but payments for additional diversion will l>e higher than in 1965. Price support payments will tie higher than in 19G5, but will te limited to 50 percent of a fanner's base acreage. The loan rate will be lowered but total support at maximum participation will lie higher. Under the 19GG program, the support loan and payment rates for individual grains will be $1 per bushel loan rate on corn, and 30i? a bushel support payment. Diverson payment rates are set to encourage maximum diversion. On all acreage diverted beyond the minimum 20 percent 14-AI§on«, (lo.) Upp«f D«» Mo!n«» W.dn.tday, Nov. 24, 196$ of his base acreage, up to a maximum of 50 percent, a producer will receive diversion payments. This will be equal to one-half of the total county price- support rate (reflecting the national average loan of $1.00 per bushel plus the 30 cents price-support payment) multiplied by the farm's projected yield. Nationally, the per acre rate averages $46.80 for corn. In 1965, a producer received pay- COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT FARM SALE Because of ill health I have decided to move t o Bancroft and will sell my personal property on the farm located 2V_ miles south of Titonka on Highway 226 then 1V_ miles east, or 9% miles east of Burt on Blacktop, or 7 miles north of Highway 18 at Wesley, then 1% miles west, on .... Friday, November 26 SALE TO START AT ItOO P. M. 3 - TRACTORS - 3 I960 Allfe Chalmers Model D-17 complete with wide front, 3 point hitch, wheel weights, heathouser. 1953 A.C. Model WD tractor with good tires. 1952 .J.D. Model B .tracjtftr,: roUttmatic. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS Allis Chalmers Power Machinery 1963 A.C. Model 72 Combine, complete with P.T.O., straw chopper and scour clean 1963 A.C. 4-row rotary hoe 1963 <AyC. 14-in. or 16-in. 4-bottom mounted plow, model 74 A.C. 4-row cultivator, used one year 5-ft. tfast hitch tandem disc with bearings ' > OTHER POWER MACHINERY 1962 John Deere Model 494 4-row planter with rubber press wheels, dry fertilizer disc openers on fertilizer attachment John Deere 4-row cultivator °with rubber press wheels John Deere Model L rubber tired tractor manure spreader Stan-Hoist manure loader with snow bucket and mountings for Allis Chalmers Stan-Hoist 46-ft. wide type grain elevator, heavy chain, P.T.O. New Idea No. 400 rota-rake, like new Case 7-ft. semi-mounted power mower .. Case 2-row corn snapper Gehl field harvester with Waukesha motor, grass and corn head Gehl blower with 40 feet of pipe John Deere 15-ft. disc 15-ft. land roller OTHER MACHINERY J. D. rubber tired wagon, new last fall 2 Case running gears, 2 years old John Deere 4-wheel farm trailer 3 Heider 6x12 barge boxes 3 hydraulic wagon hoists Case rubber tired wagon with Anthony steel flare box 4-sectlon drag John Deere Endgate seeder 300 gallon gas barrel 300 gallon molasses barrel 3 flat beds 10 feed bunks Blonde Super-Flame double burner oil .. space heater with thermostat 250 gallon fuel barrel Not many small tools or junk, so be on time as we will start on good equipment TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale."No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. BERNARD McGUIRE, owner CLERK: Titonka Savings Bank AUCTIONEERS: Quinn and Clark (Jj CAPACITY The widest range of capacities available in any economy »erie8. Your dealer can help you •elect the model with the capacity best suited for your needi - merits on all acres diverted to conserving uses, but at rates varying from 20 to 50 percent of the lower 19G5 support and on smaller yields. The 50 percent payment rate for 1965 averaged $36.25 per acre nationally. Special small farm benefits are Included In the program. A producer with a feed grain base of 25 acres or less may divert all of his acreage and receive diversion payments on all his acreage. On the first 20 percent diversion, these farmers will be eligible for a payment at a rate of 20 percent of the county support rate applfed/to the diverted acres on the basis of pTOJwted yields. On additional diversion, the rate will be at 50 percent of the county support rate. Small farmers who divert less than the maximum will be eligible for price-support payments and loans. Higher rates and yields used in the 1966 program will provide smaller farmers, particularly those who divert the maximum acreage, a higher payment than under last year's program. Farmers who grow corn, grain sorghum and barley can qualify for the program by making their 20 percent diversion on any of the three acreages. Honor St. Joe Couple; Wed For 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding observed their 25th wedding anniversary Nov. 20, With children as hosts to a reception held in the K. C. hall Saturday evening, with relatives and friends attending. Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding with their children attended a special intention high mass Saturday In St. Joseph's church, with Rev. Leo C. Schumacher as celebrant. Donald and Merrill Bormann were acolytes. Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding were •married Nov. 26, 1940, inSacred Heart church, Livermore, by Msgr. James H. Duhigg, with Mrs. Francis McLaughlin, Fonda, and William Erpelding, LuVerne, attendants. The/also were present for the anniversary observance'.' '•'• '-' • .Mrs. Erpelding was a daughter of the late Gottfred Steirunan and Mrs. Charles Glaus; Ft. Dodge, and Mr. Erpelding'was the son of the late Casper Erpelding and the late Mrs. Mary Erpelding Arend. They have lived their married life here on the Erpelding farm northeast of St. Joe and have six sons and three daughters, Carol, Denver, Colo., James, Dubuque, Richard and Robert, Kenneth, Donald, Janice and Sandra at home and Raymond, St. John's College, Collegeville, Minn. The Erpelding family also observed birthdays of their sons Raymond and Kenneth, Nov. 26, James, Nov. 29 and Mr. Erpelding Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus, Ft. Dodge, mother and stepfather of Mrs. Erpelding were visitors in the Erpelding home Saturday afternoon being unable to attend the evening observance. At the reception, cards were played. Receiving prizes were Mrs. William Erpelding, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Ted Wagner and Mrs. Martin Miller. In charge of the guest book and gift table were Carol, Janice, Sandra and Cynthis Erpelding and Sharon Lenertz. Mrs. Ray Berte was in charge of cards. - o - Mrs. Danny Gidley, Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived here on Sunday to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and other relatives and friends. Carole Erpelding, Denver, Colo., arrived here on Thnrsd for a 10-day visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul were Sunday callers with Rev. John F. Cain at Gilmore Cfty and withjMr. and Mrs. Lonnie Miller "and family near West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith and sons, Bode, have purchased the grocery and station, St, Joe, from Mr. and Mrs. Reinald Salz and will take possession Dec. 2. Mr. Salz is with Archway Cookies, Co., Boone. Mr. Salz and daughter Judy have been living in Ottumwa since school began with Judy a sophomore at Ottumwa Heights College, Joseph Peter Thilges, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges, Jr., born Nov. 14 was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Majerus, Des Moines, were sponsors. Mother Mary Mathilda, Dubuque, was a visitor here the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Dlers, Bancroft, observed their 25th wedding anniversary Nov. 21 with open house in St. John's hall in Bancroft. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Art Zeimet, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thilges and daughters, Math Zeimet, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. Ray Zeimet and Mrs. Henie Zeimet. Titonka Clubs Active; 3 Hold November Meets TITONKA - Titonka Federated Club met on Thursday evening at the library meeting rooms with Mrs. W. Sexton and Mrs. R. Fisher, hostesses. Mrs. D. Sathoff gave a review on the book, "The Man", Mrs. G. Alke presented a short account of the'movie, "Mary Poppins", and played' records of the musi-" cal selections used in the picture. The short lesson was given by Mrs. E. Brandt. - o - Buffalo Twp. Homemakers Club met on Friday p. m. at the home of Martha Boyken with Shirley Amesbury acting as co- hostess, the lesson and surprise member were presented by Faye Callies, Ethel Beed and Martha Boyken. - o Titonka Woman's Club met on Thursday eveningwith Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger as hostess. A book review on "Your Neighbor's Faith" was presented by Mrs. Win. Schram. Federation news and the short lesson were presented by Mary Budlong and-Lois Brandt. - o - Mrs. Ted Hoover attended the State Cancer Society meeting in Des Moines on Nov. 13, Mr, and Mrs. Merle Peterson are the parents of a daughter, 2 COLOR RECORD Two color - bbon P rinti a permanent record in large easy to reao numeral* on standard paper roll Totals and sub-totals print in red! CHECK [PJ KEYBOARD "Efficiency Designed" for effortless operation. The low angled 4 ten key) keyboard and finger contoured keys reduce fatigue and provide speed and accuracy "ItwrlANISm A rugged hana j;/cratcd mechanism with short stroke action permits fast, heavy duty and trouble free service In rCAlURt—• E>e-viev> <~,!umn mo'iator window, Easy-reach correction I •=••• See-vnu teor off guide. King size hand lever. V \.,\ plastic dust cover. STYLING Handsome streamlined design and color harmonized body reflect the optimum in modern styling. PORTABILITY Compact (4 x 8 t 12Vi inches) . . . Light (only 8 pounds) the Economy "H" carries easily - yet sits securely. VALUE! UPPER DES HOINE5 PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT, Pamela Sue, born Nov. 14, at St. Ann hospital, Algona. She weighed 7 Ibs., 7 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Hough of Ayrshire and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Titonka. The Al Boelkes received word that her brother's son, Bruce, of Monticello, underwent surgery for appendicitis on Wednesday. The Owen Tjadens were former Titonka residents. Mrs. Martha Boyken had several ladies and friends Tuesday morning for a morning coffee, honoring Mrs. L. C. Heifner on her birthday. Mrs. Ed Scott and family visited over the weekend at the Dale Higgins home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Boelkes had as Nov. 13 weekend guests their daughter Audrey, Mary Bimmel of Sheboygen, Wise., Karen Scl> wolan and Elaine Stuit of Chicago, 111., all students of Northwestern College, Orange City, Other visitors included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Penning and family of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tjaden and family of Monticello. The Senior M. Y. F. of Titonka Methodist church went to sing carols at the nursing home in Bancroft on Sunday afternoon, Howard Gaas, Des Moines, a student at Northwestern College, Orange City, was a weekend visitor in the Rev. John Janssen home. PETRIFIED LOG What may be a petrified log was unearthed recently on the Welcome Jones farm 10 miles northwest of Mallard. A portion of the object had been causing trouble for the Joneses for years when they plowed and it was planned to have the large rocklike obstruction buried. The Joneses think the log might have been buried years ago. ATTEMT10H FARMERS GET YOUR FAIL PLOW DOWN FERTILIZER NOW 1 Spreader* available tef your us« or we will spread H tet you* MARKETS Mark* priest f*U «* Saturday of ft* wMk «ft your Co-op Bwaior OIAIN New Corn * In 1.03 out 1.06 No. 2 Whit* Oat* In .68 dut ,72 November Bean* _______ 2,43 WHirruoRE COOP. ELEVATOR HOMITON MANCM CO-OP and For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oil* and lubricanU Tele. 2954614 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT DURING HARVEST TIM& PUBLIC SALE 3^_ miles east of Burt, Iowa, on blacktop or 2 miles south of Titonka and 5 miles west, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER. 29 1 P.M. Lunch Wagon on Grounds V P.M. MACHINERY New latest 806 McCurmick Farm,,.., all gas .tractor, 239, hours, complete set of front wheel weights, and two sets of new style rear wheel weights, fast hitch and radio, fluid in tires, power steering, new type fenders. International 5-bottom Model 550 plow, just plowed a few acres. 1953 Super M tractor with live pump, battery under seat, good tires 1948 Model M tractor and Casual loader and snow bucket 2 Heat Housers, wheel weights for Super M and Model M, tractor radio McCormick Model 80 combine, complete with pickup/ regular reel, hume reel and straw spreader. Like new. 2 ME 2-row McCormick picker, real sharp McCormick 450 A planter, disc openers, openers, disc fertilizer with rubber gauge wheels/ plastic fertilizer boxes, Gandy applicator/ new in 1965 48 ft. Knoedler wide type grain elevator International 3-14 bottom Model 60 plow, trip bottoms International Model 110 7-ft, power mower, like new McCormick Model 37 14-ft, wheel tandem disc with greasless bearings Massey Harris 22-ft. single disc Brillion 18-ft. land roller, enclosed bearings McCormick Model 448, 4-row cultivator, rubber gauge wheels McCormick Model 438 4-row cultivator, rubber gauge wheels McCormick No. 9 14-ft. field cultivator Continental rotary stalk cutter 2 Turfer stubble cleaners, 4 bottom. 5 section flexible harrow, steel draw bar Case 4-row rptary hoe Rubber tired f drift trailer with new tires and Husky hoist, and steel flare box McCormick 4-wheel farm trailer with Husky hoist and wood flare box New Soderholm trailer mounted wide boom sprayer, with Hypro Pump, down spouts and hand boom Oliver 2-wheel manure spreader 2-300 gallon gas barrels on steel stands Steel wheel wagon, wagon and wood flare box Chicken feeders and waterers 2 — wood and cob. burning tank heaters 2 steel water tanks Solid steel stone boat Galvanized sprayer tank Gas brooder stove Good pump jack/ cow puncher electric fencer Some steel posts and cribbing New 5-ton American -hyd, jack V_t in. Black & Decker electric drill and bits Lots of good shop tools Wheel barrow — Jarl mower 1952 4 door Dodge car, good tires BUILDINGS 8 x 10 ft. walk-in hog feeder 4 pen hog house 10 x 12 building Real good 14-ft. feed bunk LIVESTOCK 1 good Shorthorn cow to freshen about sale date 1 Shorthorn cow bred July 6 1 W. F. heifer bred July 17 1 red steer coming yearling Cows bangs tested ALCONA TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should an/ occur.' JOHN MILLER ESTATE, OWNER CtERK - Burt Savings Bank AUCTIONEERS - Charley Quinn and Clair Clark o

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