Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 5
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FARM OMOOK AND MARKET REPORT BY DON KIMBAL.L IOWA: .-32,000 bushels, 2 «« July I, ,nn aloi-agL- a yea, «,,-*,.. stwka m o.Mar,,, pnsmuns, wnieh „. mills, elevators, terminals anu BOVL-MIIII,,,,I nm, total,., ••„]' loss Umr, i uu m . iml „,,,„ ,„ ,„., „,;„,', isappt-;,,.;,.,^. ,„ ,,„„ llunllK ,,„.' Apl „ ..i/ie quurtur totalud 13e,5a»,UOO buslwls, L-omnaml w.iu li,-r-;,u UUU bushels lor trie same quarter in UK>t> • Oat« stored in all positions July 1, al -^.a^.uuo bust, el, we, i-onsicieraDie less man u,e 4a.ujw.uuu UUMIL-LS a yea, vana " i- e , stocks totaled 24,423,000 buS fl L .| S , „, WOuul ,,., »,. ' „ „'; .stored m ail posing.* in lowa/ui^-appuurunL-L- ui u.u, :,„ me M " ' June quarter, at 3li,04(i,000 buslieis, ni;,> I JL - compaivci urn, „„.„;,,. ooo bushels lor this correspond my pcnou last vi-ac. Old Wheat in all storage .^.sitiuns tutuied 4,lti(iWi(i mi, he, only slightly more than hall as imiei. NS me U,/ni,nUU mi.snei.-, ,,n ,tu,, i, 1950. Hyo stored in all positions, at u ..Uuu bn.sneis. may in- ruin witu G(i,UOO bushels a your page Everyone Likes Fodder I:\IIV little Sue Anne Limlborn onmc' to the rest-no. ie.-,e. iiUi'r 'mis Iinnb's M;nyia ;ib;iminiHHl it. Now. "Miil- r ii! M;iry, fnllnvv.s -Susie ;il! nrer Stocks of soybeans in all positions at la.Tau.i.'JO IHIMH-I.S u,.,, uiucli UU-BOI- than the 9,7'J7,UUU uusiiei.s a year earliei uiu ni p , ei;nc less tlian UIL- high ui J7,-1!H,UUU tnisiifi.s <ui Jiuv J, r.i.i.i. M..KI uijsis on lai-nis, at 5,^J9,UUU busne.s, .u^,i.,,.. a un ,,u pen-em »i im H>val in all positions in Iowa. Tins may IK- eoinpuiva wiin tuun n,n,i. itigs ot l,,iaV,UUU buslic-ls on July 1 a yt-ar cjiiu-i, tir l-i pe,, em ,u the total. A July 1 L'jjjTy-uvtr ol 4YU.UUU bushels m mju.-.neu I,,, -.oriil.uin and W.UUU bushels lur UNITED STATES: Corn slock in all storage positions July 1 are i.-.MimauM .it 1, yo'.l million bUsiltrlii — 1.1 peicem JOOM- me previous July leoiui MI 1.V42 million Uusnels a year ago. .MUCKS un larnis at l.iKi minimi uusneis were auoul UU million uushels auovu a yt-ar eariu-i . aim am-' ui interior nails, eltvaiors, und \varul\uu.sus WL-IV i-t> nuiii.ni uuuvo a year earner ana al nunuiuu.s <i million auo\v. Lorn MUUM m L.C(J-owned bins was umvn ittu inuuun uus/ieis ii'uin Jiuy i, i :'."/ rveany aeven-tenins oi me louu j my 1 SIOL-KS were uni.ii.-r .-.uppm t n. owned oy CCU, a llllle aouve a \L-ar enruur. Disappuaraiu'e ni emu li'oin all storage positions aunn^ me April-June quarti-r \va.> o_ i million ousliels compareu wti.it Jo< /nilliun uu.sneJs l(ie .-ianu 1 ijiiai.' . i lasl year anu me ingnesi lor Hie ijiiartei Miife l!Hr. Oats stocks of 238 milliun bushels made the smallest July i eawyovor since lya4 and wan thai exception the smallest since ly.iu. They were about a tmrd less man tne .SLOCKS carried over la.it yi-.u Irom the large 195i crop. Aoout bu ,ji--ri:eni ol tlie tutal was mi larms, a slightly higher proportion man a yeai earner. Parley stored in all pillions Juiy i, i;ia7, estimated at 12ii million represented an 11-nullion-bu.shel increase in the carryover trom a year earlier and approached the record 131-milliun-bushel carryover on July 1, 1955. Wheat stocks oi 1)05 milliun bushels stored in all positions mi July 1 were the fourth largest of record for that date but were ll!U million bushels less than the previous year and the smallest carryover stocks since 1953. Soybean stocks in all storage positions on July 1 are estimated at 87.3 million bushels. These were the highest July 1 stocks of record, exceeding the previous high of July 1, 1U50, by about '21 million bushels. .Last year at this time total stocks amounted to W.li million bushels. Markets Eggs Grade A, large, pur dux. .33c Uracle A, medium, pur do/. ,25c Grade A, small, poi 1 doz. . .18c Grade B, large .25c Grade C, - .25c Checks .25c Dirts 25c LIVESTOCK Butcher hogs and sows sold weak lo 25 cents lower in moderate to fairly active trading Monday. Butchers grading No. 2 and 3 and scaling 200 to 290 pounds brought $21.25 to $21.75 with most weights up to 240 pounds $21.75. Slaughter steers were down 25 to 50 cents. Several loads of prime 1,322 pound steers brought $28.25, the practical top. Sows fairly active, generally steady to weak; instances steady to 25 Jower; No. 2-3 200-290 Ib. 21.25-25.75; around 225 Ib. mostly No. 1 205-215 Ib. 22.00; larger lots mixed grades 325-400 Ib sows 19.00-20.50. Cattle Salable cattle; calves 300; steers mostly steady to weak; few sales 25 to 50 lower; heifers mostly steady to weak; cows weak to 50 lower; bulls weak lu 50 lower; vealers mostly steady; stocker and feeder's about steady at last week's decline; loads ul prime 1332 Ib. steers at 2U.M; plher high choice and prime steers 26.00-28.00; bulk choice steers 24.50-25.85; few loads prime heifers and hifih choice and mixed yearlings 25.00-20.00; good to high choice heifers 24.0024.25; utility and commercial cows 13.00-KJ.OO; early sales utility and commercial bulls lli.OO- 18.00; good and choice vealers 21.00-25.00; several loads 475525 Ib. short yearling slock steers 22.50. Sheep Salable sheep, moderately active spring lambs and yearling lambs steady to strong; slaughter e wes steady; good to prime spring lambs 86-01 Ib. 22.50-25.00. f n in n 11 1 limn Mills, Intl. mil]:. " n i M n i rrm' :, \[\\- .• tlu' I'ird h:ir. '.-id and Id liu- inifk thn,,i'. Fayette County Extension Service Calendar Of Events Friday. August 2 VvIMi!:.'. \\'ihhi - i.^ VMll:- -i-ll i'liih I,<!••.il Acliii'^'i'Mirn; Slum ilium 1 nl I liu;n 1 lackman " p in Monday. Augusl 5 Ci nli , ])i>-Ii-r..-sl llirl.-:' ->-M ( 'l.il> I.m.il Arhicvciucnf K.'iiiil.ili.j Srliniil yyin. .I in lln :i:'iTjiniin Slylc Hi'\-ui li.'ilnl.i 1 ;:i Srln ml U>-|11 (I -111 K\- liil.il.- mi display Parrnls and I 1 il'lld. I!l Vlt. li .li Mi i un Ilii.-lli'rs -I II Clul ' 111 ' ' J n : '•'• |iin. K. I! K11 n k 11 •. U'.iil. n.i liiv.'i-snli' 111 Clul Mi"! 1 ! ill". ". p in Slanli's. I )c'iini> ,iii 1 .I'm Sh.it'i'i'r. Illy: i., l.ivi'slo.'k -l-ll Clnl :i n'' 1 :n : ," pin Illvi i.i ('Imi'i'h l'.r!!u'l Ham-, -t 1! Club IIM-IMII. '.! p in 1 ..n i '. Si-liull V 'i 111' 1 i,lVr:,l.u-U 1 II Clld inri'tiin.: .'! p m I.ai i y & l,,i\Vi m \Vr.;nr: S.-..I1 llul .Shi.(., -1 II Clul mi 1 ' 1 ! Hi:; I', pin. \' erdrllr 1 ..HII jilr.fi U'liulm :;|,.n i; I'lin-.s -i II ('lul 11111 • 1111 •: ',', pin i; 11:' i • i r 11", 11 i Tuesday. Aucju-.l U IXII 1 A Ni. :i Annual Mr,.tin.. Wi-Muak-. Alpha Cl'i\ rl l.f.iVi':. I !ii I:,' -1 M C|n|, styl.- Krvtir .in,! ,/iuli:iiii Sl'llniilllilll.-.,. '.[ p 111 •1-11 Sul'tliall TaurnaMii'iil Up pi'C f"\va I'nivi'i-.sily all day !•'!•' inniit ,lr K:iliners -1 11 Clul •'nfi I in;.: i! p in William \- i i.iy 1. •"arniera, Beware Of Silo Filler's Disease! "S.ln filler;,' ih... a. '• i.- a n-al lircal In tin- hi ,iilh (if liuva'; ariiu-r.-;," Dr. Stanley Ili'iiilrit'ks. uililii- health \-i-ti-i uiaii.m for the ila'.e Hi |).ii-tnii-nl nf Health, said inlay. Altlmuuh mi deaths ha\-e been •e|MVtetl Ivnlll l!p- .ll>,e.i:.e in < .U",'!, >. - : ;. i pe. - ' IK IM U'-; I'.h ii il in:; .- ', 11 e iia ve i! n 'i I a.- 11 ie eMilt nl da:,'• i;a> p'MMiinii; 1 . "\Ve n. i • : lh.il an luu a lni.\- v.i - kii'n- i ' . I lit Inrm nl' ".a ; yi-.a- i.ul Hi' in\ i • .1 ,-...! mi; .-. nnl i 1:1 -I : .iv. -, .-1: •.'.•.> e.-miinl sin i-.' I); 1 Id ndnel; 1 i-nni :n i:\\l'. Nn. this lanii- isn't tryiiu: tn make a Die cur nf its ymint; l-.vi'.-ir-nld Chailrs Kllis, ['i'li'.i', V'.'i.; tt'i nnTrly jilayfnl ill)). Slni-i! v.'as rt'Kc-iu'd hy ^c Virilijiia lad, tin 1 pair have constant ciiinpaninns. '.Voclncsdiiy. August 7 Me!TV ll'-,-|lts ill' Sei'tl (illl: 1 M Clul' I,iic,-il Aeliievi-mrn Shiiw. Stanley Sehoiil 1 ;ui p.n l'rn!;i-;ini Im Township meetin .-'l.lfl/ey .Sehili/l II p.m. Kilen Uvesinek -l-II C'uli ineei inn '•', p.m. lluwjinl Admn^, Oc,-||i U'lll/veis •)-!( Cll.b niei-1 mi; il p.m. Thnmns Rne.'e Thursday, August 8 T AUGUST 1957 lfi C'junly Leader p;tgo 5 :.; •-.',: ;i n," yll,,'.vi,h i;.is ' II . • • ' 11 ' 'I It I ! ]»-I'e IS ;t I] 11 '. , '•; 11111 :± ' 111111 - •t. !f lie- :iln must In- enfcri 1 -/ .-ill ••!• I illim:. m '..vtieii , m 11 v fill' -I. 1 mi '.lie Ul"',>,e; fie.,-il •' il ii'i' ,.n (mm liclm • I • i • ! • 11': 11. ' 11 m! i Iii: 1,11111 e i Reef Selection 1.': .e;t • u ,i , i i -l.il i \ el \ * i: \ .1 M 11 i me m..! .mei -.• \\ ,i! ei \\ .1 ,1.1. i. n ill ; I. line 1 . llive .1 n-.it.i: .. : i • |HI I .ii .1 I h.il 1' i .e-e u Ii u Ii Ii I'l'e/l Illll ! li_\ .1) nil , II | . Im il e I i!. I \ !<; [n < ii llni I )i l | M i; < in. M i " i In ln\\ eniiei-m : .il inn, tin • I .i.lol Ie mill . "Im Ie. \ 'ni I : /ll i 1 . I I Ii 'I I Mil I e.'f. I ! Jl' : ;.| .' n e mie In »\', n i h s , h ' , l , in .1. Jiml ,m\ i me hi'i-.i Hum- , I e\pei i el lee., ;i I nn n m;', ei P il. m ; < -J i . i tmn Dl lleJhl; I,-I.:. .nlVi e l.n mi-i I.i lake pi e, .ml I"||., In ., v ni,l l,e e. illlill". ill I I .nil il.e'e :• i p. M .in III!;, lie: .M ... I t'"ll-ulei llu- :.||., .,- p., t \,\\ il:m:'.e| HI I . In; e , . n I, i !e:i il.iy.. ,il li-r I ill D:: '.'. I 'in mi; 11 llm. 1 . "I the ill ! -i • in e 1 n.il the .11 1; ,'. " il. M pipe. i: . • I -. e 111 i . i •'.' ' In the .! 1,. ;i • 11 \'i | ; j t. i ; i .'n . A lei lilmi!', lie ;|i ;,- ,-, i ., • -el mil ' i; 1 I U " n! iii :: il 'm inn pipe .Ilil .e'.M i,e,|. i! p,, | •' • ' t*' *» '. :,: : ^^sj\ F1-:K1)INO TIMK ON' KOAI) .IOIJ- Cif^mtic cniistrliijtidii vrhicli'.s must be "ft'fl," too. Here, ;i puir (if (lie.sel-inr.vered Inti'inatiniKil .M'ulel TH Tiiyscr.-ipe)- uni! •;, i;et "1'illeil up" \vilh Hl'i i;;il i-;irh of du--.' 1 luol—In iiruvivlc lliL- eii"iuy tu move ^0 en y.ls uf maturial ul u lirnu. Say You Saw it in the LEADER Women's Fair Planned Dos Moines, la. — A w.ii'en'.; J;i'l lioine.; s)lu\'.- tlial will range from pri'.'e scsvinv. "X- uliits to the latent hitchen cnn- c.s li.-i.s hccii annniiJice. i or th<; Imva Slate l-'aii -,',-)ii(.-li lu.'1'i 1 AIIJ;. 2ii and euiil.in ANGEL FOOD MIX LibbyV ' FRUIT COCKTAIL VanCcuhps TUNA FISH lt . 89c All Brands COFFEE Sweetheart SOAP GWC TOMATO CATSUP THRIFTY FOOD MART H. A, Schmidt and cannini; shnvv, a I'lowiT iind I'.ai'd'-ii -,'i\'. r , .style slinws, a huii.i- slid 1 '.-, sewinn anil fani'y '.'.•'iii-: ..lid 1 .-.-, leeturcs and (h'liinii- dia'i ui; nil hoiiic dcenratidil, eliil'l li'-altli, ar', rural family livtnu. an. I ulhcr women's inter' :.t Al.ie.e are two judo's ex- aiiiuiiii!; eiilries in the sewin; 1 , and ',' \\ ile (-(iinpclition. H'S tlu'ou^li Sept. 1. Say You Saw it in the LEADER OPENING .FRIDAY, AUGUST 2nd FREE ••' < ! • COFFEE and COOKII'S ICE CREAM and POP Starting Augusl llth we will be open SUNDAYS and EVENINGS G&B Cafe MR. -AND MRS. ROBERT LAMPI HER MR. AND MRS. JOY I.AMPMIER ' ' '" ' Proprietors Shuw, Uny Swcli.sun hume I .|UI Friday. Au.'usl U V.i ni in KaK< > '-'"-.A $ DOLLAR NOT DOG DAYS at Davis Rexall Store AUGUST I 2 — Cl /rrrr: V Rrv;- $1 ''0 i-'.-l 1 frt Sylvania or Weslingliuusc l'laslil>uH>;; Press 25 -— or Ph 5 Carton ut 12 Key. $1.59 —NOW $06 M2 — Carton of 12 — Rey $1.29 NOW BHc Super Kcinlonc (Cashmere Blue cliscoiitiiuictl colors Sturlit<> (lolcl) H «•>.;. R« $1.59 qt. $2.10 (jl. $5.50 t;al. SPF.CIAI. — Rciverc 1 '/jj qt. Rey. $f>.9f> Now $3.99 with t ( iv<-» (Limit 1) Cant Nome CunsU:ilatiuu (.'oloiMU-:; Lyra — Ara Orion K«-i;. $:>.(>() |>lu.s Ins NOW $1.00 plus tax Alcu-Mist — Alcohol body spray Cooling — economical — antiseptic 7«r/. 08r Big leluclion of ccnni-TUb lor ots, color slides, movici SPECIAL — Gray Outside paint — 7 l / z gal. cans NOW —$1.00 per gal. R.P.R, Tablets 2 bottles (250 tablets) (If you like BuHerin you'll -like R.P.R.) Rexall Milk of Magnesia Tablets 2 Lotties (500 tablets) Reg. $2.00 - Now $1.49 Save 51 f Cape Cod Gallon Jug Ri-tJ- $4.29 Now 8 inch Electric Fan -- $4.49 While they last Others to $29.95 Porta Temp — portable AirroncUtioner Reg, $39,95 NOW $33.00

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