The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

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6-A! B e>na (lo.) Upp*r DM MelnM Thursday, December 9, 1965 Will Adjust Feed Grain Payment Rate The feed grain program for 1966 will be essentially unchanged in form, but payment rates will lie adjusted to encourage broader participation by farmers, the U. S. Department of Agriculture has announced. Changes in the program are either those required by law or those which reflect legislative history established this year when the new program was enacted. Continuing objectives of the program are to strengthen income of producers^ particularly those who make full use of the program, and to keep production in balance with consumption, while maintaining adeo^iate reserves. Underlying the whole effort is the need to hold down Government costs. R. 1. Anderson, Chariman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee, points out that the signup for the 196G feed grain program will be held early next year. The program will follow the pattern of recent years. Farmers will lie asked to divert a minimum 20 percent of the feed grain base acreage to conserving uses. Those who participate will receive income-maintaining payments, and they will tie eligible for price-support loans. Changes in payment provisions Yields for determining payments will be projected at higher levels to reflect current trends rather than historic yields as has been the practice. No diversion payment will be made for minimum diversions, except for small-base-acreage farms (25 acres or less), but payments for additional diversion will lie higher than in 1965. Price -support payments will lie higher than in 19G5, but will be limited to 50 percent of a farmer's base acreage. The loan rate (for corn and grain sorghum) will be lowered, but total payments at maximum participation will l>e higher. Wesleyans Hurt In Ames Crash November 28 WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Olson escaped serious injuries in a car accident at Ames Nov. 28. Enroute home from Des Moines that evening, their car was struck from the rear by a car from Mason City. The Olson car was badly damaged. The women were riding in the back seat. Mrs. Youngwirth suffered cuts and bruises and Mrs. Olson suffered a broken left wrist, The two were hospitalized in Ames till Tuesday. The men were brought home Monday. - o - TRAGIC ACCIDENT Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne of Ames, formerly of Wesley, received word that their granddaughter, Karen Alne, had been killed in a car crash near her home in Amsterdam, Holland. Her husband of 6 months is hospitalized in serious condition. Karen was 19 years old and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Alne, Washington, D. C. She was a niece of Mrs. Maurice DeBoer of Marshalltown, formerly of Wesley, and of Irving Alne of California. - o - XMAS PARTY HELD American Legion Auxiliary held their annual Christmas party Dec. 1. Mrs. Dwight Garrett, county president, and Mrs. Pete Haines, county secretary, both of Titonka, were guests. A pot-luck supper was served at 7 o'clock, followed by a short business meeting conducted by the local president, Mrs. Edna Flom. They voted to buy Christmas seals for $2 and to donate $5 to the local children's Christmas treat. Mrs. Jo Meurer reported that eight gifts, valued at $14 had had been sent to the Veterans hospital at Des Moines for the gift shop. Helen Johnson reported that a Christmas gift had been sent to the sponsored girl at Woodward. Members brought 29 gifts, valued at $22, which were sent to Woodward. It was reported by Treas. Helen Johnson that $87.95 was realized from the recent bake sale and lunches that were sold. A gift exchange was held and bingo was played. Jo Meurer and Helen Johnson were on the decorating and entertainment committee. Mildred Studer, Clara Goetz and Laura Klein were on the kitchen committee. - o - Father Phillips returned Thursday from a two-month tour of Europe with several other priests. The city water is expected to be turned on from the new 75,000 gallon water tower the end of this week. Mrs, Richard Shellenberg entertained her contract bridge club Nov. 29. Mrs, Everett Ackerson was a guest and won the high score prize. Mrs. G. M. Studer will have the next party Monday evening. Mrs. John Walker of Rodman, her son George Walker of Vancouver, Wash., and her daughter, Mrs. Edna Haynes of Denver, spent one day last week with the former's grandson, Jim Walker and family. Mrs. John 1 Walker was 99 years old Nov. 24. The Andrew Reising family joined a group of 50 relatives for a Thanksgiving dinner party at the home of her father, Hilary Engel at Carnarvon. St. Joseph's Guild will meet Dec. 16 for a Christmas meeting and party. Circles 8 and 9 are in charge. Mrs. Mildred Elsbecker, Karen and Mary Ann attended the funeral of the former's brother-in-law, A. C. Elsbecker, 55, at Bancroft Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Neurothof Algona also attended the funeral of her uncle. 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