The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1960 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 31, 1960
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Mean '$250,000 County Losi •21 j ; Most Farmers Are Effected The new grain storage rate reduction, effective July 1, will result in a loss of revenue of abput $250,000 to 21 elevators and farmers with grain-stored crops in Kossuth county. . All elevators jn the county with the exception of the Rising eleva- , tor, which stores no grain, will be effected., There are about 6 million bushels of grain under warehouse .receipt in the 21 county elevators, and about 6% million bushels on county farms under warehouse receipt. At ' a storage v rate reduction 4-Aigona (la.) Upper De* Molne» Tuesday, May 31, I960 averaging two cents a bushel, this means 'elevators will' receive about $120,UUU less in storage fees and farmers will receive about $130,000 less in storage fees. The , new schedule, of storage rates for price support grains includes a three cent a bushel cut in the amounts Commodity Credit Corporation will pay commercial warehousemen in the county for storing price support corn, oats, and soybeans in their elevators, effective July 1. . This new rate is 13% cents a bushel, as compared with 16% ce'hts paid for several years. The same amount will be pajd to all elevators in the nation. Storage rate for the major price supported grains in the county re-sealed on, farms, will be reduced two to six cents. Tha»new schedule, compared with the pre sent rate, is as follows: RE-ELECT CHARLES DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for SECOND TERM as SUPERVISOR 'IT ;' - . , '• 1st District Kossuth County -•: -' • i .. . . . j j ,: v -.';-,'' s-^. '%-, * : •„> ,-•• • * •' •' - t * **• * '*"* ; ^U*-J( •>,...••-.•'-• * --Representing The" Townships Of Garfield, Whittemore, Creseo, Riv- erdde, Irvington, S Herman And LuVerne. YOUR SUPPORT JUNE 6 WILL BE APPRECIATED SEE THE LEADERS IN THE FIELD NO. 46 BALER NO, 5 FIELD CHOPPER NO. 100 MOWER NO 2A HAY CONDITIONER NO. 15 RAKE NO. 15 FIELD HARVESTER N0 - 6! p W BOY NO. 140 WAGON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8 at the Randall Clark farm 2 1 /2 miles north of Sexton on the blacktop - starting at 7:30 a,m, and continuing all day Wednesday. SPONSORED BY: ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. ALGONA Kossuth County Implement New Present Corn —I. He 164 Oats 10c 12c Barley —— He 16c Sorghum 24c 30c Wheat -'He 17c Since there is no reseal program in the county on soybeans, a storage rate for that commodity is not listed. Farm-stored commodities eligible for re-seal in Iowa are 1959 crop corn and sorghum, 1958 crop corn, oats and sorghum, 1957 crop corn, and 1956 crop corn. In addition to the reduction in commercial storage rates, there will be a number of changes in the handling charges for loading in and loading out grains. Reduced storage rates and handling charges will save the government an estimated $85, to $100 million during the 1960-61 storage year: 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, in effect since 1956. governs storage in about 11,000 elevators throughout try. the coun- Thompson Yard Mgr., Bancroft, Is Transferred Bancroft — Friends and neighbors of Mr and Mrs Henry Strunc honored them at a farewell party a week ago Sunday and they were presented with a gift. Wednesday evening a party in their honor was held by the businessmen and wives at the Legion Club rooms. A pot luck dinner was enjoyed by the ladies. They were also presented a gift. Mr Stunc, manager of Thompson Lumber Yards has been transferred to Moorhead, -Minn. Mrs Strunc and family will remain here till the end of the school year. Harry Farrow, Roy McGuire, Mrs Richard Menke, Mrs Cletus Dorr & Mrs Laurence Bergman recently visited their brothei and uncle, Ben Farrow, a patient of the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs Phil Bernhard are he parents of their first child, son born at St. Ann hospital, .Igona. Mr and Mrs Mourse ernhard and Mr and Mrs Will am Doocy are the grandpar- nts. Mrs Louis Elsbecker is ic great grandmother. Mr and Mrs Joseph Murray re' the parents of their sixtfi aughter. They also have a sor, 'ommy. Mrs W. A. Murray Bancroft and Mr & Mrs Helmei lansen, Lakota, are the grand- arcnts. Mrs George Merron has been medcial patient of St. Anii lospital. Mr and Mrs Roy Merow and daughter, Waterloo, tayed at the George Merron lorne helping to care for the VIorron children. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr spent Monday afternoon and evening at St. Benedict with Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr. Mrs Dorr wasn't been feeling well. Richard Farrow, Sauk Center, Minn., has been visiting his Brother, Ben Farrow of Lakota who has been ill. He spent an evening with his niece, Mrs letus Dorr, Banns of marriage were published for the first time in St. John's Catholic church between Gerald Wilhite, Corwith, and Marjorie Florence Zeimet, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet, Bancroft; and also Robert Hutchinson, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson, Bancroft, and Sandra Parsons; & Maurice Menke, son of Mr and Mrs Leander Menke, Bancroft, and Judith Cukker. LONE ROCK Plan Swimming Trips For Kids At LuVerne LuVerne — The Summer Planning Council met May 19 in' the LuVerne towrt hall to elect officers and plan the summer program. Elected were Mrs Allen Blake, president; Fred Goetsch. vice president; Mrs Verne Daley secretary - treasurer; William Prior and Fred Goetsch .were secured to drive school buses to transport children of the community twice weekly to , 8 swimming pool. Further notice will be issued when available as to place and schedule of buses The personnel of the Council is representatives of the Progressive Woman's club, Tuesday club,-J. J. club, Good Will club; Supt. B. E. Martin, of LuVerne Community school; Methodist church, Rev. Worthie .Usher Woman's Society ..of Christian Service; Evangelical United Brethren church, the Rev. J. Paul Stevens, Woman's Society of World Service and the LuVerne Chamber of Commerce. Anne Md>tm 6f Burt Will WedAlgonan Final Meeting -The last general meeting, oi the church year of the W.S.C.S. was held May 18 in the Methodist church rooms. Devotions, Mrs Joseph Thorn, lesson, ., Mrs Allen Blake. Hostesses were Mrs Jess Jer- v gensen, Mrs Worthie Usher, Mrs Cecil Baker, Mrs Bertie C, Ramus, Mrs Roland Walline. Following the meeting, Rev, Worthie Usher installed the new officers: president, C h a r 1 e n e Brace; vice president, Darlene Brink, recording sec'y, Fayc Lichty; promotional sec'y, Alma Manning; treasurer, Dorothy Jergensen; sec'y of spiritual life. Minnie Davidson; sec'y of missionary education and service Mabejj Shorey ; •, sec'y o^ . Christian ; S8eiaf relations, Gladys G rich; sec'y of local church actij vities, Vera Thorn; sec'y of sup| ply, Doris Barber; sec'y of Litf erature and publications, Lucille Legler; sec'y of children's work" Eunice ' Blake; sec'y of youth, work, Marvel Eggleston; chair-j; man membership, Ollie Stollr' sec'y of status of women, Mvrtl^ Jordan, assisted by Anna Neal Ann Bjustrom, Eleanor Kubly ; Lillian Braynard; chairman or' publicity, Cecile L'cMy; chairman of finance, Ella Weber; sec'y of student work, Eula Mae Voss. % Mr and Mrs Harold Martin oi Burt announce the engagement and approaching summer marriage of their daughter! Anhe, to Don Riebhoff, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Riebhoff of Algona. The bride-elect attended Drake University and the American Institute of Business and is now employed in the offices of Wei- denhoff 'Corporation of Algona. Mr Riebhoff works for the Algona Livestock Auction and also farms. (UDM Engraving) Undergoes Surgery Albert Hippon, Sr., underwent' major surgery Friday at Veteran's hospital, Dos Moines, where- he was admitted May 17. His wife, son, Mr and Mrs Alben Hippen, Jr., daughters, Nancy. H.'ppr:n,, Mr and 'Mrs Marvin Anderson, Hardy, were at his bedside Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Report Monday, was favorable. . Mrs Hippen, who is convalescing from recent surge! y, is at the home of her daughter, the Marvin Anderson's. • Lotts Creek Leaders Lotts Creek Leaders met May 16 with Marvin Pompe and Ronnie Laufenberg. L>. Wegener and Marvin Pompe were elected to go to camp at Clear Lake and Kenneth Bierstedt to short course at Ames. D u a n e Hannover demonstrated a homemade grill. Lunch was served by Mrs Molvin Pompe and Mrs Ray Laufenberg College Awards At the annual Award Convocation at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, were honored students in many areas of endeavor. Included from LuVerne were Larry Martin,' editor of the Beaver Log, student year book. He is the son of Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin. Sport-by-sport .awards included Don Baker in baseball. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker. Mr and Mrs Larry Martin and Don Baker, seniors, will bo graduated in June. cent honoring Judy Ettreisem daughter of Mr and Mrs Merle Ettreiem and to be-married. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly and Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty were Sunday visitors in the Judian Weliha home at Randall. The dinner honored the birthday of Mrs Kubly and Edwin Marty grandmother and father of Mrs Weltha. Mrs Julia Pergande had as guests Sunday her mother, Mrc Margaret Schwab, her sister, Mrs Ray Lamont, three children and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dennis Olson and son of Blue Earth Minn. Guests Sunday, in the F. F Fett home were their daughters Mr and Mrs Alan Croonquist and son of Moorland and Mrs John Artzer of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Frank Miller family of Manson, Mr and Mrs Earl Manning LuVerne. Mrs Eleanora Eustace went to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit her daughter, the Delmar Blankenhagen family. From there shf will go to Kansas City, Kan. U visit her other daughter, the Al- len'Wilson family. Mr' 1 -and Mrs George Schnetzer and family and Luella Blumei were Sunday guests of his brother, the James-Schnetzers at Renwick. The occasion was to attend the confirmation of their son James Schnetzer in the St Farfl Lutheran church, with Rev. jtformaft , iohnson officiating. There were five ift the cla&, three boys and two girls. Sponsors of J femes, Mrs Arthur Kraft and Henfy Kraft, Renwlck, Were guests at-the dinner in his honor. Mr and 'Mrs F,,F. Fett were in Park Rapids, Minn., the past week 6n business and a lew days, ushirig'.. , Mrs Roland" .W.alline and Sandrt, are in Oscb, 111., for a.weeK's Vacation' visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Swanson family. Mr and Mrs Alex Evans, Des Momes, visited Saturday with Edward Dehnert. Mr Evans wat superintendent of the LuYerne sdhobl in the 1930's. L Canasta 8 were guests of Mrs Harry Lichty Monday evening with Mrs Harold Meyer, substitute player. Honors, Mrs Duane Neal, Mrs Meyer and Mrs C. O. McClellan. s ' ; I •William Goetsch has returned f home from St. Ann hospital, Al- (•• gona, where .he was-a medical patient ten days. Afternoon'and evening visitors Sunday In. the •G"6etsch home were Mr and-Mrs Oscar Nelson and Vicki, Sue, Pocahontas. Sonja Rae Goetsch and her friend, Jim Parden, students' at Morningside College, Sioux City were weekend ,guests in the parental Goetsch home. Mrs William , Goetsch , a n d Sheryl Ann attended graduation exercises of the Humboldt high school "Tuesday evening. Bruce Jacobson, cousin of Mrs Goetsch was a graduate. . Cheyenne Chapman and Diane Patterson whc have the same birth date, May 23, celebrated their seventh birthdays that evening in the I. H. Chapman home. Guests were their parents, Diane's - sister, Rita Patterson, friend Cindy Rugg, Lottie and Jennie Mason. Jennie made and decorated the cake for the occasion. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach received a telephone call Sunday evening from-New York City as their . daughter, Mrs 7 Wilford Berryhill and two sons had arrived from Ethiopa. She went to visit relatives and friends at their former homes in Superior and Duluth, Minn. She will then come to visit her parents here and Mrs Marcia Berryhill, Livermore. • • Mr and Mrs Joseph Putzstuck are the parents of a son borr May 23 at -Fort, Dodge Mercy hosoital. They have a daughter and two .other sons. Weekend guests in the Mr/ F.. G. Hagist home were her daughter, Mrs C. J. Crocker and friend, Mrs D. Asig, Chicago, 111 Ka&ftiiattd i ' 1 iAn/' Sari 'Meal Jadcorn- panied ' their son-in-law \and daughter, Mr and Mrs Genard Towne of Man'son on a trip to visit relatives of Mr aijd Mrs Neal in Illinois. I Jenkinson. The lest toes. 'Inspiration Was given by Ronald Gardner, . ,, by Mrs Plum Creek Meeting .The Plum Creek Homemakers SECONDS!! That's all it takes'to mow a lawn — 12 minutes, 12 seconds for medium size lawns with the unbelievable . .. . 32" QUAD CUT MOWER- TRIMMER Makes fast work of parks and institution lawns, too! The most revolutionary mower on the market today. A Hii-antic, unbelievable, full 32" cut power mower - powerful - compact - light to the touch - extremely maneuverable. Powerful" 3 11.1'. Brip»s & Stratum engine available with easy action rewind or spring wind, touch release starter. Guaranteed against crankshaft breakage, FEATURES OFFERED ONLY ON QUAD CUT: FEATHER LIGHT | TRIMS CLOSE BOTH SIPES a til Ruggedly constructed — perfectly balanced — lightweight — a pleasure to op- crgtc. Algona 4-H Club Algona 4-H Club held its May meeting at the Farrp Bureau Building. Bernie Plernel gave a ciiseussion on his projects ration. Bernie Pleinel and Lee Froelilicli w< re selected to go to camp. fCenny Arndorfer was selected to go to short course. Lunch was served by Froehlich's. Ed Wagner Retires Ed Wagner lias retired from the sec-lion of the M. & St. L railroad after 37 years employment. Bert Thomas, who was unable to work .since first of Dt (/ember due to illness, has now returned to the section. His son Donald has been transferred back to this section. J Mrs LcHoy Wagner and Mrs Kenneth Maach of Humboldt were callers Wednesday afu-r- noon in the B'-rt Thomas home The Cancer Society announced new Memorial gifts. Inclufled from Kossuth county were UK- names of Gottlieb Hanselman Rev. Louis Witlenburg and Lita M. Dehnc-rl of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner left Wednesday for a fishing trip te Leech Lake, Minn. Mr and' Mrs Curtis Morgan were Sundav guests of A. J Klooster at Algona. Mrs Curtis Morgan, Mrs Alberl Heft:, Mrs Edwin Hefli and Mi> ErAes.t MAt'ha ,aJ.l£n,<fc:d a pry- nuptial shower Monday evening in the Lutheran church in Vin SAFETY Shorter bludci rccluc« almo*l any pQ&iibilily of throwing largo objects ot speeds injurl- pus to anyone. This excellent safety feature does not reduco cutting effectiveness. NON-SSAIPIN6 PfilCH BLADE ^mm ^Ky Four blades with scientifically designed contour baffles insures smooth, even flow of fmo clip- Short disloiue beiw«n whetl* end location of rear conlouf wheel* checkj scalping. $114.95 L>«wnP«ywi>l Only $15.00 Stoeber Hardware Where Ygy're Always Welcome FENTON, IOWA DR. D. D, ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney'* Office CY 4-3373 Hoitte CY 4-4836 ALGONA, OFFICE CHAIR Modern Styling Luxurious Comfort AT NEW LOW COST! EXECUTIVE CHAIR No. 1020 Here is an "easy chair" with richness of modern design, but at a low budget price. Has soft foam seat on steel pan. Precision adjustments and- no lubrication. $49.5® DELUXE SECRETARIAL CHAIR Has 5 Posture adjustments on the model pictured, heavy duty casters and scuff plates. 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