28 New Men Elected 6-Algona (In.) Upper Des Moinw Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1967 On Twp. A.S.C. Committees Total Of 84 To Administer County Area FARM PAGE n__~___ in !/„,.,.,,U, nnllntir T-Q- "i ^* ^^ ^ ^^™ ~ ^^ ^ ^" ^* ^^^ ^^^ Farmers in Kossuth county retained 56 Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service Community Committeemen and elected 28 farmers who were not on committees in the 1966-67 year at the annual election held Tuesday, September 19. Farmers elected in each township are as follows: BUFFALO - George F. Aike, Wesley; Henry Radmaker, Titonka; Arthur Rode, Titonka. BURT - DeanCulbertson, Lone Rock; Robert Angus, Burt; Russell Patterson, Burt. CRESCO - Howard M. Long, Algona; Harold M. Sabin, Algona; Marvin D. Kramer, Algona. EAGLE - Arnold L. Duer, Armstrong; Virgil D. Tokheim, Armstrong; James D. Koons, Armstrong. FENTON -FrankDreyer, Lone Rock; Raymond H. Dreyer, Fenton; John M. Munch, Fenton. GAR FIELD - B. J. Anliker, West Bend; Clair Reding, Ottosen; Clinton Stetzel, West Bend. GERMAN - LeRoy Bruns, Titonka; Kenneth Brandt, Titonka; Evert J. Sleper, Titonka. GRANT - Morris Quam, Swea City; Ralph E. Angle, Swea City; James L. Macker, Swea City. GREENWOOD - Frank M. Kramer, Swea City; Joseph F. Fangman, Bancroft; Marvin J. Vaske, Bancroft. HARRISON - Marvin Simons- meier, Swea City; Walter L. Peterson, Swea City; Earl C. Kramsdale, Swea City. HEBRON - Andre G. Torkelson, Elmore; Ralph Martin, Elmore; Edwin Naumann, Elmore. IRVINGTON - Edward Arend, Algona; Joe A. Divis, LuVerne; Bob Mayer, Algona. LEDYARD - Arlowe Blome, Swea City; Ted Thilges, Lakota; Ronald Heetland, Lakota. LINCOLN - Carl W. Boehm, Lakota; Manno Limberg, Buffalo Center; Louis R. Wingert, Buffalo Center. LOTTS CREEK - Orville P. Muller, Whittemore; Dick Kuecker, Algoaa; Joe Kollasch, Whittemore. LL" VERNE - Edwin Marty, Corwith; Owen Curry, LuVerne; Frederick Will, Corwith. PLUM CREEK- Ronald Gardner, Algona; Harold E. Bode, Algona; Michael P. Schmit, Algona, PORT LAND - Rollo Moore, Titonka.; Emu Elmers, Bun; Ralph Carlson, Burt. PRAIRIE - Dan E. Froehlich, LuYerne; Marvin U. Eischen, Algona; James A. Roseomeyer, Conkith. RAMSEY - Rudolph M. Rahe, Bancroft; Kenneth J. Heldorfer, Bancroft; Leon B, Dunstortf, Bancroft. RTVERDALE -Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Bernard Thilges, Bode; Peter C. Reding, Bode. SENECA- Herbert H. Krause, Fenton; Victor Struecker, Fenton; Clarence Osborn, Fenton. SHERMAN - Carl E. Swansea, LuVerne; Harry Naifziger, Lu Verne; Ttomas Bormann, Livermore. SPRLNGFIELD - Duane Darnell, Ledyani; Elmer Anderson, Elmore; Jeremiah Sullivan, Led- SWEA - Laurel Peterson, Swea City; Morris Johannesen, Armstrong; Bernard Verbrugge, Armstrong. UNION - James D. Lindhorst, Algona; Donald K. Strayer, Burt; Duane C. Dittmer, Lone Rock. WESLEY-George Detmering, Wesley; Bill Goetz, Wesley; George Lickteig, Wesley. WHITTEMORE - Albert F. Kramer, Whittemore; Dennis C. Weber, Whittemore; Charles P. Origer, Whittemore. Throughout the year they will work both in paid and in voluntary status at many U. S. Department of Agriculture tasks involved with administration of Federal Farm Programs in their home community. Land Bank Is Paying $22,400 In Dividends More than $22,400 in dividends will be paid to members of the Federal Land Bank Association at Algona soon, Manager Eugene H. Hut chins has announced. Mr. Hutchins said that checks representing &% dividend on stock would be mailed October 1st to farmers who own stock in the Association which serves Kossuth County. The Algona FLBA is entirely owned by the borrower-members it serves, "The Algona Association," he said, "has paid 26 dividends during the past twenty years, returning a substantial amount of earnings to the members during this time." More than 330 farmers in the county served by the Association presently have $7,702,000 in long-term farm loans out- wa*»K#>a«>9«c>a«>jicK^ standing. This is an increase of $476,900 over the same date a year earlier, he said. The Association is one of 90 farmer-and rancher-owned Federal Land Bank Associations in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming served by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha. The Associations own all of the capital stock of the Omaha Land Bank. Directors of the Algona Association are President, Hugh Black, Algona; Robert Deal, Algona; Leander Menke, Swea City; Marvin Junkermeier, Elmore, Minn.; and Donald Usher, Ottosen. DEVELOPMENTS FROM DEVALOIS • • i Question — I sprayed my corn with atrozine this spring. Is this corn safe to make into sileage and be fed to beef and dairy cattle? Answer - Yes, this corn can be safely made into sileage and be fed to beef and dairy cattle. There have not been any problems with carry-over of residuals in the sileage, the meat or milk. - o - Question — When is the best time to spray dandelions in a lanw? Answer - Now through early October is the very best time to spray dandelions. We recommend using 2, 4-D amine. Fall is the best time because it is the safest because the spray drift can't easily injure tomatoes, grapes, etc. Also you get the best kill now because you injure the THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it BRADY GRINDER-MIXER Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it—Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out That's why the switch has been to Brady. lO'Auger swings 180' . . . delivers into a silo up to 50" high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT dandelions and the winter finishes the kill. If s not a spectacular a kill as in the spring, but it gets better results. Fall is the only time we recommend spraying for dandelions. '-JOTS NO«TH MAIM ALGONA It's Dividend Time at the Land Bank We are owned by the people we serve. As owners, our members of record May 31, 1967, will be receiving dividend checks, payable October 1, 1967, amounting to 6% on the stock they own ... in this manner they arc sharing in the earnings for the past year. 26 Dividends have been paid to stockholders during the past twenty years. If you need a long term loan on land, stop in. Let us tell you how you can automatically become a member-owner of the association—entitled to dividends, to all of the other advantages of a modem Land Bank loan. Federal Land Bank Association of Algona (South of Ptnney't) E. H. Hutchim, M»n*g«r Keith R. Hope, AtulUnt Helen Haas,'Assistant Mr. Busy Farmer OUR BULK WAGON SERVICE Will Brinjr Your GAS —OIL —LUBE NEEDS RIGHT TO YOUR FARM! 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