The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1961 · Page 2
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***A||6fmJ(a.) Uppy Pat Thursday, March 9, 1961 Famed 'Grand Ole Opry' To Appear Here Nearly everyone has, at one time or another, listened to the "Grand Ole Opry" broadcast from Nashville, Tenn. ; For the first time In history, Che entire cast and .show Will appear in this area with a 2% hpiir program slated for Tuesday, March 21, at Garrigan High, Starting 1 at 8 p.m. Headlining the show among 6thers will be Carl Smith, versatile musician, . band leader and impresario • of the show; Another featured artist is Porter Wagoner, the "million dollar" Singer, frtim the O2ark country. The complete cast as heard and viewed over the air will be in the show to be presented in Algona. It will be the only appearance of the troupe in this entire area. Tickets are now on s'ale in Algona. Wool Producers Asked To File Market Details Wool and lamb producers must complete all details of marketing not later than march 31 in order for the sale to qualify for payment under the I960, wool program, C. H. Haahr, manager, Kossuth Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Office, pointed out today. Later market- ings of wool and lambs would be eligible for payments under the 1G61 program. The Manager explained thai under program regulations wool which is marketed means that Ltle has passed to the buyer, the wool has been delivered to the buyer either physically or U .rough documents which transfer control to the buyer, and the last of the factors needed to determine the total purchase price payable by the buyer (price per pound, weight, yield, etc.) is available. Thus wool will not be considered as marketed, and so eligible for 1960-program payments, unless all details' of the sales are settled and all the information nseded on the sales documents, By Mrs. Viola Studer Eugene Hlldman, son of Mr and Mrs John Hildman, arrivec home Friday from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He is spending a 21- day furlough here recuperating from major surgery. Mr and Mrs Bob Lewcrke recently purchased part of the Goll Motor Freight and moved to Brill last week from Garner. The company will serve Britt, Duncan, Kanawha, Corwith and Wesley. Mrs Lewerke is the former Gloria Simpson, daughter of Mrs Chloie Simpson and the late Carson Simp'soh. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Tjaden bought a home in Brilt and will move from a farm in the Wesley area April 1. Diane Gardner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner, has completed a nine month course at Hamilton Business College in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld returned home March 1 from San Juan, Texas where they have spent several months. Mrs Ida Funnemark of Zumbrota, Minn, came Feb. 28 to spend two weeks with her son Lester Blain and family and with many old friends and neighbors. Ralph Crowley and son Merrill of Durand, 111. spent several days last week in the Herman and August Studer, Elmer and George Glawe homes. Mr and Mrs Charles Seebeck attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Henry Seebeck Feb. 24 at their home in Britt. Mr and Mrs August Studer en- ertained their 500 club Feb. 26. Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth ntertuined their 500 Club Mar. barley. Comparable totals « through December 1959 were 122 million bushels of corrij 42.8 millioA ; hundredweight of grain' sorghum, 7,6 million bush*- els of oats, and .10.6 million bushels of bcrley. According to the Department's latest review of the feed situation, new records were set in •I960, for carryover stocks, yield per acre, and production of. feckl •grains, thus boosting the 1960-dl supply of feed grains- to h hew high of 244 million tons, 12 million more than in 1959-60. The report shows that total including the net sales proceeds, is completed by March 31. Payments under the 1960 pro- fvam will be made this summer when the payment rates can be determined, based on the average prices received by producers for :•• orn wool during the 1960 mar- i eting year. The 1960 wool pro- i am year runs from April 1, iL!60 through March 31, 1961. Producers have 30 days after the close of the marketing year, that is until April 30, 1960 under 1 e 1960 wool program, in which to file applications for wool and 1: mb payments with the County A3C Office. Red Cross Fund Drive To Begin Soon In Area County nod Cross officials, who will lead a drive for funds f.o soon as weather conditions and lOMds permit, stress the necessity <u success ot the drive in an ad which will be found in today's UiJM. .According to County Chairman V.rgil Rohlf, "the Red Cross is i any tilings to many people". ;. iJ funds raised each year sup- 1 jit the work of the Red Cros.s i.. all nations of the world. Most u .ids are used in time of natural i .i.yedies, such as floods, tornu- c.yLS, etc. with other amounts tjUil for the blood program and *..;• aid to anyone in need. Price Support Grain Increase From 1959-1 Reflecting larger crops and lower prices, larger quantities ot each of the four feed grains have been placed under price support so far during 1960-61 compared with the same period of 1959-60, : the? "Department' "of Agriculture has reported. Through December 1960 farmers had put 1960 feed grain crops under Commodity Credit Corporation price support loans and aurchase agreements as follows: 152 million bushels of corn, 72.7 million hundredweight of prain sorghum, lfi.5 million bushels of oats, and 37 million bushels of Bus Drivers Meet School bus drivers and school s-..;ierintendenls from Kossuth utility's public schools attended ;. -.(river's safety clinic, sponsored i.y the Department of Public 1 In- &..uclion and the county t-chool superintendent at the courthouse :e March 1 at Q p.m. Accident ovention, traffic situations and :-• legal aspects of driving were .'cussed during the session. A ..il of CU drivers from around i'. county attended. 'No Strikes. No Layoffs. All overtime you want. Married to 35. $100 per week. Write Box 273. Garner, Iowa." 9-10-11 RESPONSIBLE PERSON male or female, from this area wanted to service and collect from automatic vending machines. No selling. A;;e not essential. Car, references, and $600 working capital necessary. 7 to !2 hours weekly nets to $250 monthly Possibility full time work. Foi local interview g: V ..- full particulars, phono. Write P.O. Box 8047 Miracle Mile Station, Mnl.s. If!. Minn. ' * Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Thanks-to all my relatives and frieiuls for the many cards, gifts anil visits received while a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Uoclge, an»t since my retuin home. Mrs M. J. Erdman. 10* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone foi the cards, flowers & visits \vhil..- 1 w;is ;i patient at St. Ann Huspi- lul. Beet-her Lane. in CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank friends and nejt'.hbors dunm; thu time of the illness and death of our !;•. loved mother. The Goetseh fa mily. 10 Winner of -IB State and National Awards Nat'l Editorial Ass'p Annual Better Newspaper Contests Second Place Nat'l Editorial "General Excellence" feed grain production increased 8 percent over 1059 to HflJ nH^lon tons, continuing th'S ulwird ti-ehd 6f recent year's. Since I9SS average yield pe]f, harvested ^cre has gone up 38 percent, ana production has increased nearly 30 percent. Average yield per acre of corn and sorghum grain set new highs in 1980, SHd yields df oats and barley were only slight ly below" the. 1938 Airline Commercial Karen Downey, daughter 01 Mr and Mrs Joe Downey, Algona, was recently chosen" by North- 1 west Orient Airlines to make recordings, for Both'M afM motofi powered airliWers, .whljft are be* Ing Used bn rfdlo, doT&st'to coast, as commercials for, the alrliife. Miss Downey's voice was us<ftl, -givlflg a regular , stewardess greeting^ to passengers, for- the recordings. !§ne was'one of B| stewardesses fecenfly,recalled b| Nbrthwest'oui of'a total of 600 employed by the firm Begin Sending Advance Resell Or&iii Payments The - County ;ASC offite haS started mailing advance reseat payments to farmers-, who' fiav4 farm-stored grains under rfSseal Idans for the 1980-fli seastift, thl Kossuth County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation 1 Office announced today. The ad^ vanes .fj a^HTe'hTs aFd~*iH; accord w-itft PhitiHift KttihMtfti tfeb: fi announcement .and are, intended to help" farmers meet spring planting antl other; costs; , The mana*ge^ Curtis flaahf, explainted that farmers with resell, loins rifeedjtalte, n£ action to apply for the advance • storage . The payments Will be hiailed to 'farmers 'as fast as the necessary papers can be processed. Crops under reseal loans Include 1959-crops 6f corn and grain sorghum; 1958-crops of grain sorghum, corn and oats; 1957-erop anal '1956-crpp corn. for corn S? cents pit bus oats; and 12 cents per hundred- WeTght for grain, sbrghum. The remaining storage payment due will be paid, at similar rates, 'after the maturity dates of loans, which are .March, 31. for, grain sorghum, April,.30 for cats and July 31 for corn. ' The pe t>es Moihes Pub. Co, offers qual-j ity work at reasbriable cost and with quick service. No job too small; iio jofe tbd Dig. Phone Ctf, 4-3535. ^t^ • ^Hiir» for meatiest « A « Si liiOL i1 1 . i, J , 'I« 5.'. ,.i V a ).. • J ( E, oil MONTE CHUNK STYLE TUNA Reg. Cans $1.00 GOOCH'S , MACARONI CHEF BOYARDEE MEATLESS SPAGHETTI DINNER SEA PAK FISH STICKS 8 Or, Pkg. 'SHIP A HOY BRAND SHRIMP Red. Pkg. NABISCO BRAND Grdham Crackers HJLAND - WITH FREE 25c PKG. CHIP DIP ATTACHED POtATOCHIPS Twin Pack Bag CAKE FLOUR SOFTASILK NICE FOR NOODLES - SOUPS - STEWS FRESH FROZEN FRYER ASTS lb 'IT WHIPS' PET MILK HUNT'S CATSUP 14 6z. Bottles FRESH SLICED R PORK LIVER lb TRI VALLEY PEACHES .CHOICE ROAST OF FILLET OF No. 2 VS. Cans LAMB SHOULDERS PERCH Lb. 29c JOHNSON'S KLEAR Giant Can TEXSUN STEAK WILSON CORN KING BACON .... Lb. 59c 46 Oz. Can SCOTTIES D LARGE BOXES IMPERIAL BRAND Margarine IN OUR STORE WITH THEIR 4-H D1SPIAY ustlers Leader - Albert A. Anderson, Swea City Pres. — John Pedersen, Ledyard V. Pres. — Danny Anderson, Sweq City RUBY RED PEFRUI SIZE 96 LIQUID DETERGENT WISK !/2 gal. can RINSO GIANT PKG. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 1" Bag if 10 Lb. '** n Bag PURINA DOG FOOD 5Lb. FLAVOR KIST Oatmeal — Sugar COOKIES - DEL CLARA RAISINS SEEDLESS 1 Vf tb, - POLICY - You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fareway That You Get All The tow Prices. Fareway Meets Ail Prices. Wl Ri?6RVI THI RIOHT TO UA/UT, PB!€|S fFF&TIVJ FR©M MARCH 9tri T0 MARCH 16th,

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