The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1945 · Page 4
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usBSS. • -„,', r, s J-'y^m i. ' • ."• ' i, j"&(-si INCREASED FEED SUBSIDIES FOR CREAM PRODUCERS Recommendation to Congress by the War Food Administration to continue the present feed subsidy of 10 cents a pound on butterfat and 60c per hundred on whole milk throughout the third quarter of this year, beginning on July 1, is welcome news to Kossuth county cream producers There were some predictions that thds subsidy would be reduced to 6 cents a pound during the third and fourth quarter of 1945. Further stimulation to the production of cream for buttermak- ing was given by the recommendation that the subsidy be in creased to 16 cents a pound fo the fourth quarter of the yeai beginning on Oct. 1. Subsidy Per Cow Officials of the National Cream Quality Program point out that with a subsidy of 10 J****,* pound for 9 months of the year md 16 cents for three months, the average subsidy for the year will bl 11% cents. Figuring conservatively that the average annual butter tot production of cows is 175 pounds, this means that the cream producer will receive a subsidy payment of $20.12% cents per cow. A producer with a herd of six cows will receive $120.75 This sum is increased, of course when the cows produce more than 175 pounds of butterfat a year. Government reports indicate that 1,810,000,000 pounds of muter were produced in the United States last year. It took 1,448,000,000 pounds of butterfat to produce this amount of butter. T produce this amount of butterfat 38,200,000,000 pounds of 4 pe cent milk was required. This i equivalent to 31 2/3 per cent o the 120 billion pounds of mill produced in the United State during 1944. According to records in th AAA office there were 2,468 ap 944. W ^5wM5jr mmr -mr —•—•——— — — — Front Italian FStoB __ ..._, Wesley Pa*efttt Have Thf ee Boy* In Arm* Wesley: Eugene Swanson has fn the army since January, 1048. The boys *re sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson _ Sgt. Orville Olson, who is home the following March. Wesley: Mf, arid Mtt, Kraus Deceived 4 lelefrfirtl day niowimg ffeift thel* 86ft, CM. Don Kraus .telling them that, he had returfted irotn Italy 6hd was at Camp Patrick Henry, W. V,, and expected to arrive hers this week. Mis wife, 'the former Jeah Ketchen oi fimmetsburg, is teach* ing in Spencer. Don was with the 15th Air force 'and had returned to the War zone several weeks ago following a two months' furlough here during which time he was married. SEXTON NEWS PAPER TOWES R.1. IOC OMAR FLOUR 5 Ib. pkg. Z3C YELLOW ONION SETS 25c Vera McCorkle of Mason City visited Sunday at ,the home of Mr and Mrs. Dennis Goeders ana family. Mr and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters of Renwlck.were Suh- day dinner guests at the homei or Herman's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. John Schuler and three children of Swea City were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and family near Doan and were evening visitors with Mrs. Schu?e*s grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. OTftWwBHK •y ». *£ 5?" *l a^. wju**A*;k«ai lift mm&m,i^^ "^$w< *ju=«ai * m '?M7"M^ p> ^^ -,jy"* i < town. ,t>,. - ,#. '-*• c "t I lii.iiiiiiiiiinMrn* Tnna and W. J. ullreh of Worth FANCY SWEET POTATOES HAPPY HOST CATSUP PEANUT BUTTER CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP GRAPE JUICE PURE PEACH PRESERVES HAPPY HOST JUNE PEAS Ib. ..No. 2% tin, each/ ..14 oz. Bottle I SIC 1 Ib. Jar ..No. 2 Can MMf-M* * * »m'U m * r ** ^ ^™ • —- — ._,. .-. PANCAKE FLOUR, RANCH HOUSE 3 A 25c FANCY CHOC. SANDWICH AND COCOA STRIPPED COOKIES, 1 Ib. . . 29c Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven and Mr and Mrs. Everett Steven and Anne Marie were dinner guenta at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genrkh near LuVerne honor- Ing the birthdays of the two mothers, Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mrs. Albert Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, Mrs. Naomi DeWilde and Con- ttance Joy of Mason City, Mr. and%rs John Pink of Titonka, Mr and Mrs. Lou Bolenus, Jimmy Betty and Tommy Asa of near Soan were all Sunday dinner euests at the home of Mr. and Mrs BE. Sanders, the occasion being in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Naomi DeWilde. Grandma Wise received word from her grandson, Pfc. Andy Phmips, who is with the armed forces in Germany. He stated he was living in a very large house which belonged to a German. He qavs- "All of these so-called super men have white flag-waving from practically every window where the German flag used to fly. A lot of their homes are smashed completely to the ground. And you see great bread linea. I don * feel a bit sorry for them. If the dumb people hadn't followed a madmaS like Hitler this wou d never have happened. They are the reason we are here. p v ^j wV ^ | * v ( > *^ /VV vvrvn">— LAKOTA NEWS Velma'of Armstreng; Mr. and Mrs. In. Holland find Mrs. Henry Schuerin of Milfordi Mrs. B. J. Daries of Harris; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kearney and Judy, Mrs. Ornle Behrends and Mrs. Emma Behrends of Algona; Mrs »elmar Nielson of Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends of Lone Rock, and the sons, Sgt. Clayton Sorenson of Clinton, Tenn., Cpl. LeRoy Sorenson of Camp Gordon. Ga., Mrs. LeRoy Sorenson of Worthington, Minn., and Virginia Sor enson and Rollin Gadd of Minne;. apolis; Ello Newell and Waldmnr Laage of Fenton. Union Bmy Bee Club Recognized For Work Union: The Busy Bee club met with Luella Schenck last Friday afternoon. Elsie Dugan presiding In the absence of the president Thirteen pillows were stuffed The club has won recognition foi handing in more articles and material than any other club for its size. Their scuffles were the bes and neatest that were handed in They also handed in bed pads and wool quilt tops. The next meeting will be Mother's day tea at the home o Mrs. Dean Andrews May 11. Mrs. Martin Mimbach received word from her son, Tech. Sgt. Jerry Jennings that he is now in the Marianas. OO YOU DUCK WHEN YOU PUT AIR INYOUIT1RES? IN THE HEART OF WISCONSIN'S VACATIONLAND Help Make Rocket Powder Badger Ordnance Works U. S Army Owned Plant Near T Baraboo, Wls., and Wisconsin Dell. Region 4000 MEN AND WOMEN Wanted right now to make critically needed ROCKET POWDER to blast our way to Tokyo. Work is pleasant, clean, easy, well paid. Full shifts. No experience necessary. at • Housing Available • Wonderful School 24 Hour Nursery • America's Safest Industry in 1944 • Cafeterias .--, • Transportation . • '•'.'::'. : War Manpower Commission United States Employment SeWice Badger Ordnance Recruiter at LARGE FRESH PINEAPPLE M. 45c LARGE HEAD LETTUCE *>* 13c CALIFORNIA CARROTS 2 Bun^ 17c FANCY GREEN MOUNTAIN POTATOES 10 », 59c TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 4 «<* 25c LARGE SUNKIST LEMONS 6 «. 25c FANCY NEW POTATOES 3 i* 25c Quality Meats The Art "Andersons of Swea <itv Mr and Mrs. Elmer Paul- I son and the Vernon Smiths were Sunday visitors at the Jerry Heet- Mr' and Mrs. Francis Adams were Mason City visitors Sunday and Mrs. Adams' niece, Mrs. Calvin Pitts and daughter aeoonffia- nied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Snuth took their little 3 year old daugh- +pr Shirley to Fort Dodge inurs- day where y ste had her tonsils removed and was brought home Friday. , , Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bruer were business visitors at Buffalo Center Friday and while there called on Mrs. Grace Bruer, a former Lakota resident. Sunday visitors at the George Heetlands were Mr. and Mrs Abel Behrends, Algona, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Schutter and son .Dick of West Bend and Hannah Heetland of Lakota. Dr. Wallace of Ames preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and a group of young people of the Westminster youth attended a rally at the church Sunday afternoon. Little Paula Buckels was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort- Dodge last week Wednesday where she had her tonsils removed and she was brought home Sunday afternoon. ' Paula has been suffering with rheumatic fever the past few weeks but is much improved. Algona, Iowa May 7 thru May 12 ALL HIRING MUST CONFORM TO WMC REGULATIONS Mr Jones Can't Tell You THE COST OF HOME INSULATION in size and architecture How much it will cost LOIN END f\fl PORK ROASTS. Ib. . . 29c FRESH GROUND PORK SAUSAGE «,. 32c COARSE GROUND RING BOLOGNA .„. 27(J SMOKED HAM HOCKS «> 23c KREE MEE CHEESE SPREAD 2 £ 69e BULK PICKLED PIGS FEET «.. 17c COLBY LONGHORN CHEESE ». 35c CREAMED COHAGE CHEESE, Ib. HOOD'S SUPER VALU Portland Twp. Mr and Mrs. Geo. Johnson of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the F. A. Ringsdorfs. Joan McWhorter spent Friday visiting school in Burt She was the week-end guest of Mariene Dremmel. Due to illness at the Chas. Philips home the Four Corners club meeting has been postponed for a week, Mrs. George Becker and Mrs. Thees Schnakenburg were yisvt- ors at the Henry Schnakenberg home Saturday. Russell Fox of Lone Rock helps Vernon Larsen on week-ends ana in school vacation will work steady for Vernon. Mrs. Doyle McFarland and baby of Ringsted were last week .guests ot Marjorie Baas. Doyle has been overseas for some time. Lavonne Ringsdorf, R. N., ar» ived Sunday evening from Long Beach, Calif. She expects to oe here about three weeks. The Earl Miller family, Mr. and Mrs. John Cox of Algona aw| I Mr. and Mrs, Vern Barker o* |9de W ere Sunday guests at the H a y- mond Lovstad home. Mrs. Earl Miller attended the Busy Bee club at Mrs. Lloyd Schenck's Friday afternoon. The women fined 13 chair pillpws lo send to Schick hospital. The 'Portland Service club met Thursday, April ?6, with M*s. Maito Becker with 18 attending. ' 1 An Eagle Certified Insulation Jpb cuts fuel consumption «• much as 40JS ... actually pays for Itself out of fuel savings. 1. Eagle Insulation Is permanent. tas been paid for the fuel wvtoBi continue, - Eagle Insulation U fireproof. Jthw reduced 3» firo damw to «»»y homes by retarding progress of the fire. /• ALGONA, IOWA was Cowan

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