The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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T Tuetday, May 17, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper Det Mone«-3 New Grain Storage Rates Announced; Start July A new 'schedule of storage fates to be paid for price-support grain stored in commercial warehouses and on farms wilt take effect July 1, 1060, Chairman Richard I. Anderson of the Kossuth County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee an- .nounced today. For grain stored commercially storage rates are being reduced an average of 19 percent, from about 16 Vfe to 13 Va cents a bushel on most grains. The rates will be the same for all areas of the country. Anderson pointed out that farmers 'who take out price- support loans on commercially stored grain from 1960 crops will benefit immediately by this change. When a farmer has grain in a warehouse as security for a price-support loan, he pay? the storage, which will now bo at the new lower rate . For mos 1 grain stored on farms under reseal programs, the storage payment to farmers will be twr cents a bushel lower. Following are the new resea' storage rates per bushel, with the former rate in parentheses- Corn, 14 cents (16); oats. 10 cenU (12); barley, 14 cents (16); grain sorghums, 24 cents ncr cwl. (30) • wheat, 14 cents, (17). Uniform Rcseal Rales Reseal storage rates will also be uniform on a national basis. eliminating former geog'^fjhical differences. Farm-stored commodities eligible for reseal in Iowa are; 1959- crop corn and grain sorghum; 1958-crop grain sorghum, corn and oats; 1957-crop corn; and 1956-crop corn. In addition to the reduction in commercial storage rates, then- will be a number of changes in the handling charges for lo.ading- in and loading-out grain. Taking reduced storage rates and handling charges together, it is estimated that the Government will save from $85 to $100 million during the 1960-61 storage year Mrs Anderson said. The changes are being made In revising the Uniform Grain Storage Agreement, which will be offered to all eligible "commercial warehousemen on an individual basis. The present Agreement, Jn ...effc.pt since 1956, governs storage 'm about 11,000 warehouses throughout the country. May 31 Support Deadline The deadline for placing 1959- crop corn under price suppon loan in Kossuth County is May 31, the county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation office- announced today. This date has been set to allow time to inspec* the storage structure, measure the corn, and take samples for grade and moisture tests. Commodity Credit Corporation regulations require that these items and all necessary loan papon? must be completed not later than May 31. To be eligible for a price support loan, corn must be stored in an approved structure and during May must not contain more.- than 16 percent moisture-if ear corn and 14 percent if shelled corn. Purchase agreements are available through May 31 to those who do not care to place 1959-crop corn under loan. College, Dubuqtie, and is employed at Algona. Claims Filed For County En April Sixty-six people secured jobs through the Iowa Slate Employment Service during the month of April. This compares with 39 during the month of March, Mar jorie Illg, St. Joe Bride Of Algona Man St. Joe — In a wpiYiony Saturday morning, M-iy 7, in St Joseph's church, Mar.ioric lllfi, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur G. lilfi, hoc-nine lh'? bride of Arthur Winkel, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrctuv A. W'n'u-l of Algona. Rev. Lon C Sfl'ii'mac'lict poi-formed the double rin? ceremony and read the nuptial high mass. Monica Storz was the organist & Kathleen Griffin soloist. Acolytes were Ronald Illij, Dean Dodds, Jerry Briggs and Virgil Wagner. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a chapel-length gown of pure sill? organza with brush train. Rc- embroidered lace set with tiny seed pearls edged the neckline. Floating panels of the full skirt were caught with side folds also set with lace • inserts and tiny seed pearls. The bridal crown was entirely of lace set with tiny seed pearls and sequins holding a fingertip veil of illusion. The bride carried a cascade type bou quct of lavender orchid and stephanotis. Mary 'Joyce Cnpcs-ius and Dorothy Woodcock served as bridesmaids. Gordon Winkel and Eldon Winkel, brothers of the groom, were gromsmen. The ceremony was followed by a 12:30 dinner at the K.C. Hall. Algona, with 130 guests followed by a reception in the after' noon. The bride and groom lef; on a 2-wcek trip through southern states and a .visit with relatives in California after which they will be at home in Algona. The briclo is a graduate of St. Joseph's hich school and is employed at Algona. Mr Winkel is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona, attended Loras - . Blake Funeral Humes Homes At LoVERNE WESLE* RENWICK TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled V DRIVING IS SO MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE ON MODERN ASPHALT It's bound to be. Modern Asphalt has no seams to thump on your nerves. No lane joints to hamper •taring. No over-rough surfaces to turn tires into noise makers. Modern Asphalt's superior comfort and saoothneu has been provea with scientific Bump-o-meter tests* Jf you or your organization would like more detail* on the Important paving material issue, lust send 9 to tki address below. 4WIALT PAVING ASSOCIATION OF IOWA 9r*»4 Avtatie • D*f Moio»«, low* Work opportunities in ana around Algona are favorable in most industries. Manufacturing, construction and agriculture arc demanding workers, male and female for permanent jobs. A total of 27 openings are now listed with the Iowa State Employment Office. Families or individuals wanting corn delassel- ing in July should sign up now at that office. New claims for Unemployment Compensation were filed by only 5 people during the month 01 April. This compares with 40 in Marcii o,' 1900 and 5tt in February. Continued Claims for the month totaled 537 as compared to 994 in March. 1960 and 1002 in February, 1960. In April of 1959 only 256 continued claims were filed. Although 31! more people filed claims in the first quarter of 1960 than filed in January, February and March of 1959, the continued claims load wns largely clue to bad March weather. Schdler Golden Wedding Set At West Bend Mr and Mrs Joseph Schaller West Bend, will observe their golden wedding anniversary with open house in St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church there May 22. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Schaller were married May 24, 1910 at St. Joe and have lived in the West Bend vicinity all their lives. They farmed near there until their retirement in 1953. Mr and Mrs Schaller are parents of 11 children. 'T * * ' *' f Ufctmtka PRESENTED WITH PRIDE BY THE TITONKA SAVINGS BANK A GOOD BANK A GOOD TOWN AND GOOD PEOPLE Our Congratulations To The Bend Class of 1960 V -A* & = I( = DAVENPORT ELEVATOR CO. WEST BEND, IOWA West B»nd — A Good Town — Pin* Seniors 1 IOWA STATE BANK WEST BEND, IOWA Alw«y$ A Home Town Booster Photoc by WOITI STUDIO, Dm Moin«t WEST BEND ELEVATOR OF WEST BIND Our Senior Clots - On* Of Th* B*»f JOHN DORWEILER SAND & GRAVEL Co. I WEST BEND AUTO CO. WIST BIND, IOWA RAMBLER SALES * SJRV^f The Above Firm*, Sponsors Of These Pictures, Salute The Class Of 1960

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