Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 18, 1966
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'l. f. g ?l I Tjftl ' / " < r«* 4, 4r Soybean support price boosted Prices for the 1966 crop of soybeans will be supported at a national average of $2.50 per bushel, according to Richard L Anderson, Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee. This compares with the support of $2.25 per bushel which has been in effect for soybean production since 1961. The Chairman explained that the average price received by farmers from the 1965 crop is expected to be about $2.60 per bushel. However, the increased minimum level of support tor 1966-crop soybeans will protect farmers against any unwarranted price declines at harvesting time when marketings are usually the heaviest and prices lower. At the same time, "it will encourage farmers to expand platings to provide a stable supply of soybeans. ... ; Growers are urged to consider carefully the desirability of shifting corn acreage to soybeans as a crop is in much de- aftd fof which pfodMdtt increases are vital if heeds fire t6 be met. Peed grain supplies, 6tt the other hand, ate more than adequate to meet needs. Soybeans offer farmers a good cash alternative to corn; they have been the top individual crop dollar earner among U.S. agricultural exports for four consecutive years and have been pushing higher each sea- hks fourth in total value of pro- hks fourth int&tal value of pro- ductioti among the' principal crops produced in the United States.. They are an important cash crop in 30 states. Preliminary estimates place the farm value of the 1965 crop at nearly $2 billion. As announced earlier, growers who take part in the 196f feed grain program may plan* soybeans on acreage intended for producing feed grains tin der the program and still re ceive the price-support payment earned through program partici pation. Producers can receive price support on their 1966-crop soy beans through warehouse, and farm-stored loans, and through purchases, either as individual or through their approved c operative marketing associa tions. Eaqle Scout awards P**» f ,. .-Lv — y . ._ .... „•**"•. f t *-** Now, more than wr... FROMS1M TO FINISH RESEARCH — Nutritionists at the CCA Demonstration and Research Farm are constantly testing to find better and more economical ways to make chick and pullet feeding pay off at the egg market CO-OP Chick Pre-Starter Complete, Chick Starter Complete and Chick Starter Concentrate now contain high levels of'the powerful coccidiostat. Amprol, to cut losses from coccidiosis. RESULT — The CO-OP Chick and Pullet Feed Plan Is programmed for profit all the way. So, follow this ... COMPLETE CO-OP FEED PLAN FOR PROFITABLE FLOCKS Age of Birds Fetd Usid OthtrFul Trtil RiiNlratf fir rirltd 0-5 weeks Chick Pre-Startir None Complete, with Ampralt- v. -.* rf^i 2 pounds per chick . 6-14 weeks Chick Starter Complete, with Amprpl . None : Light Breeds • 5 Jbs. per chick Heavy Breeds • 6 jbs. per chick Pullet Grower . Provide oysttf Light Breeds • I to. Mr pullet Complete shell fret Heavy Breeds • 7 Ibs. per pullet choice. 15-20 weeks or Pullet Grower Provide oyster Light Breeds • 3 Ibs. of Supplement Supplement shell and and 3 IDS. of grain • • hard grit ; Heavy Breeds • 3V4 Ibs. of Supplement ind 3Vfr Ibs. of grain We are now taking orders for AMSOY Soybeans for 1967 planting. MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this 'veek at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.14 out 1.18 No. 2 White Oats (38 Ibs.) in ,68 out .72 No. 1 Soybeans __, ______ 2.76 Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and *" Golden Sun Feeds For top performance M4P gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Our lii NrtiUo Iriifer Now h Tele. 295-5014 92% . ___ . ____ — 49 79 Schmidt ___________ 44% Weideithoff _ ______ 35% High Team Series AlgbnA fiftrbers ___-.., ____ 2945 High Series Ted Hoover . _____ ^. ______ - 586 High dim* Ted Hoover _ ____________ 217 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO, 2 W L Zenders ___________ 90 38 Hamm's No. 1 ____ _ 82 46 Budweiser _________ 76 52 Roiling Hog Mkt. __ 72 56 Gambles ________ — 67 61 State Farm ________ 64% 63% la. State Bank _____ 49 79 Farmers Hibred ___ 30% 97% High Team Series State Farm __._„ ______ 2809 High Series Chuck Davis __ __________ 571 High Game Mel Baas ________________ 235 < Joyce tfoiley ...- SlelShiftey §fig# _ DAVID RILEY was awarded the Eagle Scout badge on Tuesday night at a,Troop 70 Scout meeting. Making the presentation was Dr. Deah'Koob for the Rotary,;Club who sponsor the troop. Only abut one-per cent of ..all bbysyin Scouting in the United States achieve Eagle Scout rank.' David joined Scouting in May of 1962 by passing his Tenderfoot requirements. In July of that year he was a Second Class Scout and First Class in September. In February 1963 Dave had earned enough merit badges to become a Star Rank Scout. The following November he was a Life Scout. The toughest requirements for the highest award took longer to complete but he had them hurdled by April 13, 1966, when the award was presented. The Eagle Scout badge represents good, hard work. It takes approximately three years to achieve this rank. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley, Algona. Dick Beisell, who has been associated with Scouting in Algona for several years, is his Scoutmaster. TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W Utt Electric 84% Whittemore Lockers 82% Universal Mfg. Co. 81% Buscher Bros. 72 Pioneer Hibred —_ 70 Lindhorst Deputies _ 69% NW Mutual , 68% Reding's Gravel 57 Larry's Recreation _ 51 Hood's Super Value 41 First Lutheran 37% Tall Paul's ___ 29 High Team Series Whittemore Lockers —___ 2918 High Series Ken Meyer — 589 High Game Bill Lane L 39% 41% 42% 52 54 54% 55% 67 73 83 86% 95 COMPUTE FARM 21 2 milts ioitti and 1 mill wttl of Tuesday ApriM9th-12:30 P.M. MACHINERY LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY CHURCH LADIES 3 point hitch loading boom, Wisconsin Air Cooled Motor MM PTO Hay Baler. . Lots Misc. Tirss A Rim Tools 100 Electric FencejPoits , Milking Machine, 3 units 234 TUESDAY LEAGUE Algona youth to have pen pal in Russia (By Erma Lea Dei m) Gilbert Wildin, 11, has been unable to get a Russian pen pal so he went to the top man of the* magazine "Soviet life" with Kisgj request; About two weeks later he received the following letter: Gilbert Wildin R.R. 1, Box 144a Algona, Iowa USA Dear Gilbert, Thank you for your letter which it was a great pleasure for me to read. I am glad that you decided to go farther than getting acquainted with our country through a school textbook, that you want to correspond with one of your counterparts in our country. I hope that your family or school are already subscribing to Soviet Life which carries a lot of information about the Soviet Union and the life of our people, including children of your age. At any rate, we in our editorial office get letters from US school children,.and in these they say that the magazine helps them tremendously in studying our country objectively. Soon it will carry a series of articles on history and geography and essays about the Soviet Union. Hastening to comply with your request, Gilbert, I am sending you the address of Andrei Kochergin, a 12-year-old pupil of one of the Moscow schools where teaching is done in English. I sent him your letter, for he has expressed desire to correspond with an American boy. He may perhaps answer you, but it will be even better if you write him yourself. His address is: Andrei Kochergin International Friendship Club School No. 26 Varshavskoye Shosse 151a Moscow USSR I wish you the best of success in your studies. Greetings, Yuri Fantalov, Editor-in-Ohief The magazine "Soviet Life" is published by agreement be^ tween the U.S. and the Soviet governments. It compares with "Life" magazine in size, contents, and quality of paper. It is a monthly magazine which the Wildins subscribe to. Gilbert has been corresponding with a Japanese pen pal, Kenji Marisawa. All 26 pupils in Mrs. Odgaard's sixth grade clas? at Bryant School have a pen pal in Japan. But because his mother is a Japanese lady it seems natural that he would be interested in writing to a lad ia a different country. Of cour- Ue, Gilbert has a letter off to Moscow and is awaiting an ans- ^ NIGHT NO. 2 W Klein's Farm Sup. __ 93 Fischers Store 89 Elbert's Enco 79 Weidenhoff — 79 Blossom's Ins. 77 Al's Lounge 64 National Food _____ 60 Lotts Creek Cheese _ 60 Algona Utilities __.__ 56 Pine Room 44 Don's Place 30 Coca Cola ____ 13 High Team Series Lotts Creek Cheese 2929 High Series Dean Kinsman ;1 611 High Game Dean Kinsman 23 L 31 35 45 45 47 60 64 64 68 80 94 111 WEDNESDAY NIGHT 'WOMEN High Team Series Cook's Welders ________ 244 » NARROW ROW EQUIPMENT 6 Row John Deere Planter '6 row MM Rear Mounted Cultivator I 1963 4 row rear mtd. Cultivator I 1965 5-14 to 50 6 MM, semi mtd. plow I Fast hitch draw bar for MM Tractors » 1963 -13.6 Moline Wheel ) Tandem Disc 1 Mtd. PTO Oats Seeder » 1963 -450 A IHC Planter, big boxes, fertiliier and insecticide attachments » 1962 90 Allis Chalmers Combine 9>/j ft. header • 20 ft. Spring Tooth • 4-14 J. D. 555 trip bottom Plow • 4 bottom trash turner 9 1965 MM 7 ft. 3 pt. Mower • 4 Section Harrow • 2 — 6 ft. Harrow Sections • New Idea Side Rake • Truck Frame, Axle and wheels • 2 — 60 A. C. Combines • 1961 Red Rider Riding lawn mower • Knipto Portable Heater • Red Hen Portable Heater • Post Drill • Welder • Lots of Iron • Number of Hoses s) 50 ft. Kewanee 2 wheel wide type elevator 02 — 7x12 Barge Boxes with hoists and heavy duty running gears — 6 ply tires • 12 ft. Field Cultivator • 2 Wheel IHC Spreader • Portable Electric Generator • 2 M IHC Picker • Grease Bank • Stan Hoist Drive On Hoist • New Idea Side Rake • Heavy box frame loader, hyd. bucket • 3-2 way hyd. cylinder • 7 sec. Melroe Harrow and cart • 196T Windpower hoe • 2 row MM Picker, rear elevator • 21 ft. MM Straight Disc 50 BALFS OF STRAW AND OATS HAY 75 to 100 TON CORN SILAGE Pressure Pump- Many Items too numerous to mention 2 - TRACTORS I96S MM U 302 TP*CTOR. «»«, 3 nt. hitch, wide front, 434 hrs. Still under warranty, 15.5 tires. 1964 — 602 MM Gas Tractor, fully equipped, 1366 hours. LIVESTOCK 2 HOLSTEIN COWS , 5 JERSEY COWS Bred to Angus bull to freshen in July 1 Black Heifer Holstein Bull Calf 21—40 Lb. Feeder Pigs • ' White faced heifer : 5 Bred Sows 40 Stewing Roosters •' " •' HOQ EQUIPMENT 2 Walk-in Hog Feeders ' ;: • ' • 65 bu. Steel Feeder 4 Hog Houses 9 Farrowing Crates ' - '"' Thieman Water Tank with 10 hog drinks • ' s ' ' Johnson Gas Tank Heater 500 gal. water tank on 2 wheel trailer Several water tanks. ' ''; 1955 % Ton Ford Pickup 1952 2 ton Ford Truck 14 ft. fold down boX;^,.^,^, ^^^A^ 2 Antique 1 Cylinder Engines 1500 BUSHELS EAR CORN 400 BALES OF ALFALFA HAY NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACeiDENTS TERMS: Usual Auction Terms, Nothing Removed until >ettled for DENNIS TITUS Auctioneers — Tommy Mehan & Don Kauf f man '.; < Clerk — Palo Alto County State Bank — EmmetsbujrgA&wa r^Vi^f-;-*!, * f 1 » «x»*ii l jy«K»9V> *j^rV*)i Here's an exciting event to make your dollars go much farther ... savings galore thruout the store! CHARGE IT Besides playing the guitar, he is an avid reader, a good student, and his favorite sport is playing baseball. His other interests are varied and many are connected with his home life on a farm. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. James Wildin and he has a ten year-old sister, Rowena. Garrigan relay team wins at Ft. Dodge Garrigan's Mile Relay team placed first in the Mile Rela. event in the triangular trad meet held at Ft. Dodge Wed nesday afternoon with St. Ed mond of Ft. Dodge and Kuem per of Carroll. Members of the relay team were Tom Black, Bob Schmidt, Dick Bleich, and Bill Reding. In the 220 yard dash, Neil Nurre came in second. Garrigan ranked second in the Medley Relay and third in the 880-yard relay. To show tildes of IMM Singh Slides of Union Slough, the only reserve of its kind in the state of Iowa, will be shown by Paul Ferguson, slough manager, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Izaak Walton hall. The public is invited. Bowling No. MONDAY NIGHT LJAGUi NO. 1 W la, Appl. 94 Algona Barbers 88 Ohamplins TWz QuicMe 65 Algona Lanes 64 1 /, Whittemore Kiev. __ 64 K. of G, .., 57 L 34 36 58% 63 63V. 64 71 SPECIAL BUYI GIRLS 2-PC. COTTON JAMAICA SETS 2 Crisp cotton sport sets for 6 to 14'ers! Tailored print blouses to top off color-cued jamaicas! Made to our specifications— tailored waists, side zippers, novelty belts! Easy-care! SPECIAL BUYI ALL-AROUND FAVORITE CLASSIC SHIRTS 1" Classic shirts with tuck fronts, stitched pleats, smocking! Notch, bermuda or convertible collars. Lirelle® rayon/cotton, broadcloth or perky cotton prints. Spring pastels, 32-38. MM All our beautiful Pencale posy print sheets REDUCED! This Week Only Our famous silky-smooth combed cotton percales in delightful prints. Regal Rose: strawberry, blueberry. full 81" x 108" fiat or EJasta-fit Sanforized bottom pillow cases 42" x 38" 77 twin 72" x 108" flat or Elasta-fit Sanforized® bottom Ml 2lor1.W

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