The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1959
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WILDERN PIE MIX CHERRY - APPLE - RAISIN No. 2 Cans KRAFT'S MIRCLE WHIP Jar MEDIUM SIZE SUNKIST ORANGES ARMOUR STAR - READY - TO - EAT . CANADIAN DOZ. SLICED or CHUNK LB. 22 TO 25 LB. AVERAGE EACH TRUCKLOAD OF CALIFORNIA ING FRIES EACH 69c BLUE BONNET BEEF HIND CUT - WRAPPED — To Arrive Friday — AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE PURE PORK SAUSAG LEAN ARMOUR STAR SLICED LOAF HEINZ KETCHUP LARGE BOTTLE LARGE PAN - O - CAKES Each Anqel Food Cakes V ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1959 '60 Details Ready Soon, Soil Bank Farm Program 400 - COUNT 4 For Kleenex LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL WHITE - PINK - YELLOW - AQUA BUTTERNUT , MARIGOLD NO. 1 VANILLA - CHOCOLATE - STRAWBERRY COFFE FLUF Gallon Fanners e.f Ko-.-.sutb County who i( lo I'llerf'.ted in the con-! •e.\.i! ICMMVO of tho soil hank I'.i !!n- ]!HiO crop season will !)(! ,ili|i to it< I full information .at Ihi- co MiiU Aijt if'iiltural Stab!!- i/.i'iop ;m,l Cuivervat ion office hv Am.'ii'! '.II, it was reported tin; v,eeli hv I! I. Anderson. HiMrman nf Ih" eniin'y ASC' i oniim l!eo 'I'h;; will bo (ho fifth year of Hie consei vittion resoi ve, under whioh fanners contract tri withdraw uencral rioplatid from production and protect it with con- M-rvation uses for ,"i period of '< to ID ve.if 1 !. The national pi o- i; ram I'oi I'Hid u :is annoiineod l ec< nllv. luit it will lie several weik-; liefoi e cnutilv olfii-e por- nn. I h,r< full details. The I'Hil) oonsorvalinn reserve ill be similar to the MI5SJ pro- i;i am. except that substantially ss new acreage will bo lakon to the pro^iam thrm last year Tho basis national rale of payment will bo $1.V!}0, tho sami m ID. r >!). The tentative Iowa | is Ht'l.OOf) acres of additional land in the conservation reserve at ; slate-wide average annual pay men! rate of SI!).00 per m.'>'<!, tin same as for contra<-ls hi n 1050. The county committee' will 'stablish the rate, setting it 10 percent higher if all eligible M upland on lho fnrm is to be retired. After tho basic rate has been 'termme.l. the farmor may apply for a contract at. any figure below the rate. In rase the county receives more applications than can accept, priority will be given lo the farmer offering the land at thf lowest rate compared with the bn<.-io rale, established for bi.i land. For example, i? the ba-.ic rate on a farmer's hind is set at SI!) an aero, he will have a bettor chance of getting.,a contract if he offers the land at SI'J 0(1 an acre than if he offers it at $17.(10 or m«.re. For mo? 1 farms, placing land under contract will require _ a corresponding acreage reduction m grams, oilseeds, and row crops, which are. known as .soil bank base crops. The per-acre rate will he earned each year the contract is in effect. In addition, a farmer can get. a cost-share payment to assist in establishing approved conservation uses on the hind. PRICiS 0OOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Several From ittemore Are Hospitalized WhiltCmoro — Mrs Richard Polrat/ enterc'd f.nthoran hospital at Furl Dodge Tuesday. Sin: underwent gallstone s u r g e \- y Thursday and is (.jotting along nicely. Mrs Mrnie Meyer entered SI Ann hospital at Algona Mi/nda\ noon lor observation. James Sohullz underwent .surgery Tuesday at tho Palo Alt< Memorial hospital in Kmmots bury. Victoi- Hanson underwent sur gory Friday in SI. Ann hospila at Algona. •Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell ar the parents of a daug'htcr bun in St. Ann hospital at Algon Tuesday. They now—, liave- lw< girls and two boys. Mr and Mrs Melvin Zurnacl have u new daughter born Tues clay in St. Ann hospital at Algona They now have two girls. Allond Reunion A Crawford reunion was IK Sunday at West Bend. Those ; tending from this area wore Mr and Mrs Melvin Klbort and family, Mr and Mrs Francis Fanclel and family of here, Mr and Mrs Gene Kochlcau of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Donald Welp of Bancroft. All were s u p p e r guests at the homo of Mr and Mrs Melvin A. FJbort as wore also •Mr and Mrs Melvin Roupe of. West Bend. Mrs Mary Miller and daughters, Mi's Alice Wi'kins and Mrs Tvvyla Bartholomew of Al- Auxiliary Met Tho American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Tuesday evening in the Legion hall. Marjnric Behnke gave a talk on her week's slay at Girl's stale. Year books were given out; a certificate uf awards was read in recognition of the Whittomore unit, achieving its goal of 100 per cent membership. At cards Kathorino Farrell won high and Mr.-, Emma Knecht, low. Andersen Reunion An Andersen family reunion was hold Sunday at the Augus Vaudt Jr., farm home. Attending from this area were Mrs Clara Vaudt and the Augus Vaudt family of here, Mrs Lylc Andersen and son Mark anc Susan Jensen of Algona, Chria Andersen of Bancroft arid Mr anc Mrs Bud Andersen and daughters, of Lynwood, Calif. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., VIr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr nd Mrs Arthur lleidenwith, Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Mrs Dorothy ?osendahl and daughter enjoyed barbecue at the home of Mr and /Irs Herman Voigt Thursday veiling. Rosella Voigt of Algona vas the chef. •Mr and Mrs Bert Sherman and mily of Lake Andc, So. Dakota, •ipent' last week at the parental •mine of Mr and Mrs Frank Schu- Yiaoher. Charlotte Volk spent the weekend here at the parental home o£ John Volk. Mr and Mrs Herman Englen and daughter of Cedar Rapids spent their vacation last week at the parental home of Mrs EHza- beth Loebach. Mrs Elmer Ewoldt and five younger children returned horno Sunday evening from New Hampton, where she had been visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Rufus Lindhorst, and her brother, James. Theresa Busherfeld arrived a^i the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Anthony Busherfeld Saturday evening to spend a 10 day furlough here with relatives. Mr and Mrs Frank Paar ' of Dubuque spent last week visiting at the home of. Mr and Mrs Simon Weber. Mr and Mrs George Knopf of Garner arid 'Mr and Mrs Elwood Woods of Clear Lake were Sunday dinner guests at the home of. \1r and Mrs Ernie Meyer. Mr and Mrs Willis Maahs visit- last week at the parental lorne of Mr and Mrs Georga Maahs. Dr. and Mrs J. B. McRae o£ Mound City, Mo. spent last week visiting at the home of Rev. and Mrs Cl'eo Kautsch. Mr and Mrs Reuben Butzke and family are spending a week's fishing and vacationing in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Ralph E. Walker spent their vacation in the Bi_ack Hills and other interesting points in the Dakotas. Mesdames Henry Lauck, Herman Behnke, William Meyer Sr. and Jr., Elvin and Ernest Meyer, Arthur Heidenwith, Herman Voigt, George Meyer, Hugo Meyer, Mathilda Meyer, Walter and Erwin Struecker, Edwin Lieb, Albert Meyer attended a miscellaneous shower in honor of Marie Meyer of Garner at the home of Mr and Mrs Werner Struecker in Algona Sunday afternoon. iN^ Miss Schultz Honored A miscellaneous shower was licld Sunday afternoon in th<j Lutheran church parlors in honor of Janice Schultz:. Games and jingo was played in which sev- ral prizes were awarded. Mra Jelbert WichU-ndahl accompan- d Mrs Norman Schultz who iang. Mrs Wiehtendahl was also n charge of the guest book and Mrs James Schultz and Mrs Ralph Walker unwrapped the gifts. Miss Schultz will be married to Kenneth Mergen Aug. 8, at 7 in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Mrs Leroy Farrell was , pleasantly surprised at a house warming party Thursday afternoon by the directors and employee's wives of the Co-op Elevator Co, in Whittemore. Those attending were Mrs Charles Bormann, Mrs Fred Kollasch, Mrs Lorenz Gade, Mrs Leonard Pompe and Mrs Lawrence Kirsch. Mrs Wilroei Bleuer, manager's wife, Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mrs James Kollasdi Mrs Jerry Borman and Lean Huberty. All brought filled bas* kets for the lunch which, was served after a social afternoon was spen)t and Mrs Farrell wa,a presented with a purse. Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising service at the Algona Upper Des Moines, including advertis|n& bills, radio-spots if desired, and free auction listing, If bad we^tb" er forces sale postponement, your ad re-run without qharge tor new ,ale date under our original 'weather insurance", - guarantee, See us for early sale dates, f - ;'/',' August 8, Saturday T» oulil 334 acre improved ocated % mile south of Modern home, autbuUdin'gs; land offered; sale starts at 3' Lloyd, Berkland, auctioneer, Freeman, clerH, Complete tails in UDM .m.!, ul, , cafyes, bO|»-«f Mr and Mrs Perry naye a j^^ recently, pmd'Wjed j,t§ of blooms .' t '•• .»•„ A register* belonging -ft. „, recently-,,

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