The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 13, 1967 Veronica DePue, Cylinder, Bride Of John Lufkin The Many Faces of Peter Sellers Veronica Marie DePue,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DePue of Cylinder, Iowa, and John F. Lufkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lufkin of Cylinder, were united in marriage at Camp Wood Chapel, Fort Monmouth, N. J., on June 10, at 3 p.m. Chaplain John Gunderson performed the double ring ceremony. The bride given in marriage by her father, wore a silk organza gown with an empire bodice and cape collar terminating into a cage train. Chantilly lace outlined the cape and train. Her headpiece, a flower of lace and silk and jeweled with seed pearls, held a long cage veil on which wind blown flowers were appli- qued. She carried a cascade of white carnations and steplianotis. Mrs. Lynn Reynolds of College Park, Maryland, sister of the groom, was matron of honor. James Spiker, in the U. S. Navy stationed at Newport, Rhode Island, was best man. Ushers were Charles LaRue and Hymie D. D. Abela, both are now stationed at Fort Monmouth, but are natives of Indiana and Hawaii respectively. Guests attending the wedding and reception which followed came from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Rhode Island, Arizona, Vietnam, and Iowa. The groom is presently stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J., with the U. S. Army, where he is attending a course in Weapon Support Radar Repair. The couple is now at home at 157 Norwood Avenue, Long Branch, New Jersey. Price Support For Sorghum Is Now $1.41 The price-support loan and purchase rate for!967cropgrain sorghum in Kossuth county will be $1.41 per hundredweight, R. I. Anderson, chairman of the ASCS county committee, has announced. This compares with a loan rate of $1.34 for the 1966 crop. The rate schedule is for grain sorghum grading No. 2 or better, except mixed grain sorghum. Iowa grain sorghum loan rates have increased nine cents per hundredweight because of national shifts in production. Price support on the 1967 crop will be available to those grain sorghum producers who participate in the 1967 feed grain program.. Total support for 1967- crop grain sorghum includes the loan rate and a price-support payment of 53 cents per hundredweight. Nationally, this total support averages $2.14 per hundredweight for the 1967 crop, compared with a total support of $2.05 for 1966. The price-support payment - unchanged from last year - is the same for all participating farms; it applies to the projected yield of the acreage planted to the crop up to 50 percent of the total feed grain base acreage. For major producing areas, as in the past, the county loan rate reflects terminal loan rates less the freight and handling charges needed to get grain sorghum to terminal markets. To determine rates for individual producers, rates will be adjusted by discounts for class, grade and quality. The discount schedule is unchanged from that in effect for the 1966 program. Farmers who wish to know the terminal or other county rates for their area may obtain them from the ASCS county office. As in previous years, the price support will be carried out through loans on farm and warehouse stored grain sorghum and by purchases. Loans will be available from time of harvest until June 30, 1968. Loans mature July 31, 1968. Area Crippled Children Are Eligible; Clinic The State Services for C rippled Children (SSCC) will conduct a clinic at Corpus Christl school in Ft. Dodge, Wednesday, July 26, to provide diagnostic and evaluation services for crippled children. Kossuth county patients are eligible as are residents of 11 other counties in this part of the state. The clinic, under the direction of Dr. John MacQueen, associate dean of the University of Iowa medical school, is open to patients under 21 who have chronic or crippling conditions, and who have been referred by their physician or dentist. There is no fee for the examination. Upon referral of a child by his physician or dentist, SSCC sends the child's parents an appointment card specifying the location of the clinic and the hour to report. It is important that referrals be sent to the SSCC office before the clinic date. Complete examinations at the clinic will be provided by consultants in pediatrics, orthopedics pedontia, clinical psychology, speech and hearing, physical therapy, nursing, medical- social work, and electrocardiograph)'. mates for playtime Buster Brown makes infants' and children's wear that's actually PLAY PROOF I Just machine wash and dry them and they look fresh and new because every piece is made of premium DeBon (R) cotton. A. Stripe Shirt. Sizes 2-4 $1.39 3-6x $1.69 Solid Shorts. Boxer Waist. 2-4 __ $1 B. Middy Top. Sizes 2-6x $3 Circle Skirt. 2-4 $2 Anklets - 39e Many other mix 'n match shirts, shorts, slacks. Charge It and Save, tog at S & L alumni coffee Is scheduled to be held the night before Memorial Day, the years of 1968 and 1969, planning toward another reunion In 1970. If men had no faith In one another, all of us would have to live within our Incomes. The hardest Job a kid faces Is learning good manners without seeing any, The real problem of your leisure is how to keep others from using It. Crook, movie director, padre, cop and several other things besides is the versatile Peter Selleis in his new comedy triumph "After The Fox," United Artists release in Panavi- sion and Color by DeLuxe which opens Sunday at the Drive- in Theatre. He's co-starred with his wife Britt Ekland and Victor Mature in this screen original by Neil Simon and directed by Vittorio De Sica. 30 Friends Clean Bean Field For Injured Man Last Friday afternoon, 30 friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schuller of Whittemore, went to their farm and walked thru about 80 acres of beans. Mr. Schuller had been in the hospital with ulcers and an infection in his leg. Those who helped included Albert Meyer, Holland Meyer, Ed Lieb, Gene Lieb, Wendell Rusch, Franklin Rusch, Harold, Alvin, and Elmer Riggert, Wayne and Ricky Fuerstenau, Noah Reisner, Dave Erickson, Stanley Opheim, Herb Hackbarth, Garble Wibben, Lawrence Kirsch, Bill and Nicky Decker, Harold Schmeling, Louis and Duane Seegebarth, Earl Fuoss, Jeanette Ruhnke, Leonard Jack, Ted, Jean and Barb Pompe and Diana Mills. Albert Meyer and Alvin Riggert sponsored the event. Needless to say, Mr. and Mrs. Schuller are very grateful for this help. Fourteen New Vehicles Sold In Past Week Only 14 new vehicles were sold in Kossuth County last week. The list of owners of these vehicles: Chevrolet - Nicholos Berte, Livermore (pick-up); Alan Lage, Algona; Lowell Jensen, Swea City; Kossuth Motor, Algona; Robert Dreyer, Algona; Eugene McMahon, Algona. Ford - Ferstl Farms, Algona (pick-up); Alvin Hardcopf, Lu Verne; Twilla Bartholomew, Algona. Mercury — Curtis Anderson, Wesley; Hugh Walsh, Bancroft. Dodge - Bernard Brink, Bancroft; Kim Jin Ho Deal, Algona. Pontiac - Stella Preuschl, Algona. Jean Hunt Of Algona In Ames Summer Chorus An Algona girl, Jean Hunt, is a member of the Iowa State summer chorus at the University in Ames. The sixty voice chorus will perform in concert Tuesday, July 11 at 8 p. m., with Jean Berger, guest accompanist, from the University of Colorado faculty, •« - here he is well-known as a musicologist, pianist, conductor, and composer. He is perhaps the most widely performed choral composer in America today. Director of the summer chorus is W. Douglas Pritchard. The public is invited to attend the concert for which there is no admission charge. It will take place in the Sun Room, Memorial Union. Algona Women At I.S.U. Lunch Short Course Mrs. Fern Thompson and Mrs. Josephine Kunkel, Algona, were among the 149 attending the School Lunch Short Course at Iowa State University in Ames, recently. School lunch employees from throughout the state were in the session, which was the second half of a short course jointly sponsored and directed by the institution management department and the Iowa School Lunch section of theDept. of Pub. Health Instruction. "•'Kossuth County1~ Favorite Newspaper" New Program The Air Force has announced the availability of a new Prior Service Enlistment Program. Under this program, which became effective July 1, a former serviceman who, because of the type of former service training he received, was not eligible to enlist in the Air Force may now qualify for enlistment for any one of 38 Technical Training Schools. The local Air Force Recruiter, Sgt. Funk, reports that he -has all the information available concerning this program and that he can be contacted at City Hall, Spencer. W-Bend Alumni Held Annual Picnic July 1 The West Bend Community School alumni picnic was held July 1. Thirty-seven alumni, Mrs. Irma Combs Buttermore, who taught in West Bend from 1923-25, and their guests, were present. Everyone enjoyed a pot-luck dinner. During the business meeting Mrs. Howard Struecker was elected president and ArtFrieden was elected vice president. 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