The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1960 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 6, 1960
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y PHONE CY 4-3535 - VCKJft NEWSPAPER PONT MISS IT S 10,000 INVENTORY SALE -BY-, ,.;' PUBLIC STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. SAT - SEPT. 10 AT OUR ALGONA YARD LUMBER ROOFING PAINT WINDOWS DOORS FARM SUPPLIES HARDWARE LAWN ' i SUPPLIES TOOLS KELLE co. IN ALGONA — DALE YUNGEBERG, Auctioneer August Is Big Month; 10 More Couples Wed ' licenses I 'to sell like hot cakes in .the dffice of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. A total -of 10 couples obtained licenses during the past week. They were: Aug. 23 — ,t)aVid Xpungwirth and Helen Dorweilef 1 , liuVe^neJ S Aug. 24 — Dean Kuchenreuther 1 . Titonka, and- DeloreS" KieJnitZj Lakotaj .Donald Pietrzyk, Dear- bbra, Mich., and Catherine" Girres, Wesley. ' ; : | ' ' Aug. 25 — David Stewart, Burt and Judith O'Brien, AJgofla; and Theodore 'Stahg, Jr., Silvis; 111., and MarlbW Wright,- AlgtfffSr Aug. 26 -a. Charles Lensing, Bancroft and Janice' Hefnfr, Lu" Verne;: John 1 Rooney*, Webster City, and Maxine Hfeldorfer^, Bancroft. ..'-.. Aug. 27 —Roger Dreyer, Sioux City, and Marlene-Walker, Whittemore. •' Aug. 29 — David Macumber and Kathy Prothman, Algona; ?ahd Duane Johnson and Jo Ann Dittmer, Algona. ' -'" Best thing for a cold shoulder is miftk. ; • i FOR EXTRA PROFITS! jfflome* ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, I960 VOL. 97 - NO. 36 tPDATE GRAIN BINS IT COSTS QNIY A LITTLE MORE TO STORE AND DRY! Shipping Much Stored Corn From County To Lake Ports i '• Corwith youth & Bride An in-stofage drying system costs little more than storage alone, yet it lets you earn • \.. • extra profits from each harvest. And, If you've already got standard storage bins, you're only a step away. Simply add this low-cost Butler package: perforated floor, Force-Air fan, heater (when necessary) and the new. : optional Butler Automatic Bin Unloade^ YouTI get the benefits of early harvest, save costly commercial drying charges, avoid crop losses, cot handling time, and hatd toe higher prices. Give us a call or stop by soon. Well be happy to inspect your present storage facilities-* ' at no obligation, foodqvarfers for Buffer qualify total equipment. Joyce Marie Curtis, daughter of, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Curtis, Jefferson, became the bride of Terry Lee Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson, Corwith, in a double ring ceremony performed by Dr. J. W. Marlm Aug. 14 in the Methodist church at Jefferson The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs Romaine Honold was matron of honor, Mrs Tom Mikelson, Patricia Jones and Linda Curtis were bridesmaids and Duane and Marvin Johnson and Ivan and Dean Curtis were the groom's attendants. A reception was held in the church for 175 guests following the ceremony. ' 6 The bride is a graduate of Jefferson high school, Morningside -allege and, Upper Iowa U. and will teach at Oelwein this fall,'The >ndegroonv is a. Corwith high school graduate and is now attending Upper Iowa U. The couple will reside at Oelwein. (Cut Courtesy Corwith Herald). Elevators Get Puzzling A. 5. C. Storage Order Kossulh county elevator men, as well as everywhere else in this area, were puzzling this w,eek over a directive dated August 24 from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture state AgC office. pneumonia. David Wayne Roy was born Dec. 24, 1957 at Huron, S.p. His mother, the former Doris Abbas, Burt, formerly operated a cafe at F'enlon. A/1C Roy will return to Japan and his wife will remain with her mother and a brother at Burt. Survivors, besides his parents and grandmother, include a brother, Bruce 5, sister, Audrey Louise, hree weeks, and grandparents, Mr and Mrs Roy of Texas. JOE BRADLEY Year Old Son Ex-Burt Woman Passes 1 /r;, •ii"*- 1 ' & -" u .x>* 72,. grandson of, Mrs Florence Bagby, Burt,' and IN A SERIES son of former Burt residents, Mr and Mrs Leo Roy, were held today (Tuesday) at 2'p.m. in the Winters Funeral Home at Buffalo Center, with Rev. Ingle officiating. Burial was in the Buffalo Center cemetery. .The little boy died Aug. 17 in .Japan, where his father, an air- 'man fjrst; class in the,,:U,$,-. Air Force, and mother were stationed; He succumbed to complications of Democratic Drive Don Murray, Kossuth County chairman, said yesterday that a county Dollars for Democrats" drive -is being organized and precinct committeemen and women will be informed of the details in the near future. "Our party • donations come chiefly from common, 'ordinary folks," said Murray, "not the big dor|i- tors of our opposition. We hope the response is widespread — at only a dollar each." TWINS Three sisters, Mrs. Henry Van Engen of Boyden, ' Mrs. Peter Stellenga of Rock*Rapids, and Mrs. Bill Feikema of Rock Rapids, all have twin • grandchildren. The twins' ages are 1 year, 2 ; y,q^s.. and , 6^mdnths. All the "given'names of the children,begin with the letter "D". The directive reads: "Local warehouses should be encouraged io store (a) high moisture, and (b) high damage corn." This is a turnabout from the previous ASC policy. In the meantime, large quantities of presently-stored corn is now being* shipped out of the area, much of it to ports on the Great Lakes. This is all good quality corn. What puzzles the elevator men is why the good corn is being taken out of storage — corn that has no danger of spoiling — and is to be replaced with high moisture content or highly damaged " corn by ASC directive. Usually^* the ASC moves the corn most likely to spoil or deteriorate in storage. Another factor is' the cost. Moving corn already in storage is expensive. Moving in new corn is also expensive. One case was cited where corn from the Whittemore area is being trucked to Swea City fori storage. • Warehousemen say that where corn has high moisture content, and is damaged, it is also neces-, sary to fumigate to try and keep it in condition, bnder the new ruling corn may be warehoused with ISMi percent moisture content, or 20 percent damaged corn may now be taken. The directive from Leo Sturgean, state administrative officer, also reads: "At some locations local warehousemen may reject corn for storage and it may be necpssary for the county office to direct the corn to available CCC bin space at • another location. Io such instances, it will be neces. sary for the county office to hav« a scale attendant at the ware, house to which wie corn is originally delivered, and in addition a site and scale attendant at the warehouse in the town' where the bin site is located." Local ASC officials, puzzled, • nre-iproceedingV'.t the directive. 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