The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 3
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Offer 50% Diversion In Feed Grain Acres, 1968 Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman recently announced that farmers may divert up to half of their feed grain (corn and grain sorghum) base acres to conserving uses under the 1968 Feed Grain Program. "By providing the most attractive program we ever had in feed grains, one that alms at diverting at least 30 million acres - 10 million more than were actually diverted in 1967 - ", Freeman said. "We are doing what the New Era farm programs enacted in 1965 were designed to do tailor supply to demand in order to increase farm prices and prevent costly surpluses." Information received by the Iowa Agricultural Stabilization 'and Conservation (ASC) State Committee indicates that the program is similar to the 1966 program except that small increases in the corn loan rate and projected vields should provide . higher payments for most farms. Following are pertinent details: (1) Farmers may elect to divert up to fifty percent of their base acres. (2) The first twenty percent will be without payment. (This is no change from previous years). (3) Diversion payments will be made on diversion between twenty and fifty percent of the diverted base acres. (4) Small farm provisions are unchanged. Farmers with feed grain bases of twenty-five acres or less may divert their entire base for diversion payments. Price support payments, the direct payment made to participating farmers, will be calculated by multiplying 30 cents per bushel times the projected yield times the planted acreage up to half of the farm's base acres. Linda Egesdal Of Ledyard Weds Oct. 8 The Oct. 8 wedding of Linda Lee Egesdal and Roger Duane Thompson was solemnized at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church at Ledyard. Rev. Victor Vriesen performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Egesdal of Ledyard, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson, Lakota. Gloria Eichhorn attended her cousin as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Patsy Thompson, niece of the groom, and Kari Egesdal, the bride's sister. Flower girl and ring bearer were Lisa Wallentine and Timothy Egesdal, niece and brother of the bride. Duane Wempen, nephew of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were Larry Thompson and Tony Vodraska, brother and nephew of the groom. Following the reception, the newlyweds left on a wedding trip to Wisconsin. They will be at Borne on a farm northwest of Lakota. Ottosen Lady Chairman Of Wool Contest OTTOSEN - The Ft. Dodge District "Make it Yourself with Wool" competition, sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of the National Wool Growers Association and the American Wool Council, will hold a fashion show in the 4-H building on highway 169 at Ft. Dodge Nov. 18. The contestants in the style show will model their garments at 2 p.m. and the public is invited to attend. Mrs. Albert Thorsen is chairman of the Ft. Dodge District "Make it Yourself with Wool" contest. - o - Mrs. Chris Anderson had surgery at Lutheran Hospital Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lofte- berg visited her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, Gary and Judy took A/1C Jim Halsrud to Ft. Dodge Sunday and he flew back to his base at Rapid City, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Oppedahl, David and Kathy of Vermillion, So. Dak. were weekend guests at the Oscar Oppedahl home. Mr. Oppedahl is a professor at the University, in the department of business administration. Saturday, the Dick Oppedahl family visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl, at the Rotary Ann home, Eagle Grove. Margaret Holt, Mrs. Rosa Zaugg and Louisa of West Bend were guests at a birthday dinner Wednesday at the Bob Besch home at Rodman for Marcia Besch's tenth birthday. Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Henningsen ofRolfeandMrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen brought lunch to the Arne Jotten home to help Mr. Jotten celebrate his birthday, which will be Nov. 12. Thursday afternoon and supper guests at the Gerald Hoffman home to celebrate David Hoffman's fifth birthday were his grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Rinehart, and her sister, Mrs. Orville Peters, Ogden. Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Hoffmans were the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoffman, Ogden, who also came for David's birthday. Bob Thacker and Darrell Erickson of Ft. Dodge visited Mrs. Helen Thacker at the Arthur Petersen home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Watnem and family of Humboldt were Friday night visitors at the Allan Watnems. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Borkowski and Pat visited at the Robert McCormack home at Rutland Sunday night. Weekend guests at the Fahey Gress home were Rodney Gress, a student at Iowa State University, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gress, Bruce and Allison of Ames. Sunday visitors at the Darrel Jones home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin and granddaughter, Emily Benjamin, and Mrs. Richard Benjamin, Ricky and Brenda of Bradgate and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Benjamin and Annette of Urbandale. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Underberg and daughters of Ft. Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dammon and family of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Lester Wehrspann home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson of Bradgate were Sunday supper guests at the Earl Olson home. Mr. andMrs.EiltHundertmark of Mallard were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Edward Zinnelhome. Mrs. Hundertmark is a sister of Mr. Zinnel. Melissa Fehr, daughter of the Wayne Fehrs of West Bend, spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart. Algonan Is Engaged To Missouri Girl EDRA THOMPSON Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson of Amity, Mo. announce the engagement of their daughter, Edra C. Thompson to Thomas J. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Anderson, Algona. Miss Thompson is a senior at Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, Mo. Mr. Anderson attended Northwest Missouri State College as an art major and is now employed at Read Furniture & Watson's Interior, Algona. A February wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and daughters were Sunday visitors at the Eugene Waltman home at Corwith and Sunday night they visited at the Richard Krause home at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Jim Johnson home at Moorland. Mrs. Laurel Worster visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Honn, at Humboldt Sunday. Dental Society A meeting of the Tri-County Dental Society was held at Charlie's Supper Club Nov. 6 with 22 doctors present. A clinic and lecture was given by Dr. William Turner, oral surgeion of Mason City. After the business meeting, election of officers for the coming year was held: Dr. Bert Leuscher, Emmetsburg, pres.; Dr. Paul Gammon, Armstrong, v-pres.; and Dr. N. J. Kelley, sec-treas. UPPER DES MOINES WANT ADS WILL SELL ANYTHING, '68 DODGE A108 VAN Especially designed to fill the needs of people who carry long, bulky cargos. Offers up to 14 feet of sheltered, flat cargo space. Extended 108-inch wheelbase provides excellent load distribution. Wide choice of engines and transmission to suit your needs. Like all Dodge trucks-traditionally tough. And the deal? Like all Good Guy deals-traditionally easy. Here if where the cure it) PERCIVAL MOTORS, Inc. See AFL Football Sundays on NBC. Check your local listing; for exact time and station. Thimdoy, Nov. 9, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Molntt- 3; IS MARRIED Word has been received of the marriage of Con Higgins, former Algonan and now of Southgate, Calif., to Mrs. Opal Stewart Oct. 28. A reception followed at the home of his son, Bud. - o - XMAS PARTY Riverdale Friendly Club will hold its Christmas party Dec. 8 at 6:30 p. m. at the Johnson House. - o FATHER-SON DINNER A Father-Son Banquet was held Nov. 6 at the Presbyterian church social rooms. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. A. J. Ricklefsentertained her bridge club Thursday. SCOUT MEETINGS A Girl Scout meeting was held Nov. 7 with Mrs. Clarence Hunt, leader. At 7 p. m. Boy Scout Troop 71 metwithDarrellSteven, Scoutmaster. - o - MEN'S DINNER The Methodist Men's dinner and meeting was held Nov. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Depenbusch showed slides and told of their trip to the Holy Land their visit in Germany with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaib". - o SERVE DINNER Methodist W.S.C.S local activities group will serve dinner at noon Nov. 9 to the Algona sub-district ministers and wives who will t>e meeting at the parsonage. GOP WOMEN Republican Women's Club of Kossuth County met Nov. 7 at the library in Titonka. The topic was "Concern With Presidential Candidates." The Republican women of Titonka were hostesses. - o - HOST CLUBS Mrs. Lowell Smith entertained her sewing club Tuesday. Mrs. Herbert Haas was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. John Casli was hostess to her club foursome Monday. CARD CLUB Mrs. Leo Thilges entertained her card club Nov. 8. The club was entertained the previous Wednesday by Mrs. Mary Seller. - o KNIT AaND SEW Mrs. L. C. Faber entertained her Knit and Sew Club Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Swanson, sister of Mrs. Ed Hagg, Dell Rapid, S.D., was a guest. Public Invited Kossuth Council for Retarded Children would like to invite all interested persons to a meeting to be held Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. at First Lutheran Church. Mrs. Hester Elerdlng, regional director for Kossuth County, Eldora, will speak on the past, present and future for the mentally retarded. """ THOMAS" "" FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftnton, Iowa Experitnced Embalmed and Funeral Director! 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