The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 6
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Available in 8 Sparkling Colors That Reflect Heat; Reduce Indoor Temperature In Summer; Reduce Air Conditioning Load; Increases Value And Worth Of Property. HONSBRUCH DRUG CY 4-3581 ALGONA Save This Date on Your Calendar! Wednesday, Mar. 22 ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL ANNEX BEGINNING AT 7:30 P.M. GRAIN STORAGE MEETING Sponsored by Taylor Implement Co., Algona 25 FREE IN CASH This is a free door prize and WILL BE WON BY A FARMER PRESENT THAT NIGHT. But you must be a farmer to win. Topics to Be Discussed... 1. NATURAL AIR DRYING - Most discussed form of drying today. Don't miss this, 2. On-the-farm GRAIN STORAGE. 3. AERIATION. 4. Other timely subjects - new programs, etc. BE SURE TO ATTEND — YOU MAY WIN THE $25 DOOR PRIZE! TAYLOR IMPL. CO. CY 4-2467 CASE & BEHLEN PRODUCTS ALGONA 6-Algona (Id.) Upper Des Molri** Thursday, March 16, 1961 Broad Reseal Program Set For 1960 Crop Grain A broad .reseal program on 1960-crop grains in Iowa has been announced by Gerald C. Randleman, Chairman, State Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee. The program in Iowa includes the following provisions: 1. Farmers may reseal I860 . crops of corn and grain sorghum Under farm-stored support loans for a 2-year period after the maturity date of the original loan this spring or summer. 2. Farmers may reseal farnv stored 1960-crop oats under loans for another year. 3. Farmers may convert purchase agreements on 1960-crop farm-stored grains to reseal loans. 4. All crops -now under reseal may be extended under the announced program. In Iowa these include 1958 and 1959-crop corn and grain sorghums; 1958-crop oats; 1957-crop . corn; and 1956- crop corn. The Chairman explained that the resell program is being announced now in order to encourage farmers to plan for adequate farm storage. Farm storage promotes orderly marketing and protects farm prices by enabling farmers to hold grain off the market at peak harvest periods when commercial facilities are often at capacity levels and when market prices are normally seasonally low. Adequate storage is vital for farmers' participation in Lhe price support program, and the reseal program helps farmers finance new storage by providing storage payments. Mr Randleman pointed out that Ihe farm storage facility loan program, in effect since 1949, is another aid in helping farmers ;o acquire needed farm storage. The loans for constructing new storage bins, cribs and other approved structures, are available' through the County ASC Offices. Offosen Couple Honored Sunday On Anniversary Oltoscn •— Mr. and Mrs. John Vinaas' celebrated their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary Sunday. They were married March 11, 1936 at the Methodist parson•age at Spencer. Arthur Vinaas of Austin, Minn., and Gudrun Melt- vedt of Cylinder were their attendants. Dinner guests Sunday at the Vinaas home were Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee and family of Stratford, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Smeby of Mason City, Mr/ and Mrs. Arthur Vinaas of Austin, Minn., Mrs. Alma Nash of Alden, Minn, and Miss Gudrun Meltvedt. In the afternoon 43 relatives came to help them observe the occasion. The anniversary cake was made by Mrs. Alf Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Vinaas received many greetings and gifts. The Luther League is serving a cafeteria supper Thursday evening at the church parlors beginning at 5 o'clock. The menu will je creamed chicken on mashed Dotatoes, home baked beans, cel- :ry sticks, carrots and pickles, aprjcot delight salad, tea biscuits, assorted pies and coffee. There will also be a candy sale. The eague is earning money to pay iheir transportation costs to the Author League Convention in Florida in August. The Twin Rivers Band Mothers from the Otlosen Community will lave a bake sale Saturday after T noon, Mar. 18, beginning at one o'clock at the Alma Grocery. Mrs, Merel Ludwig of Rutland was discharged from Mercy Hospital Thursday after an appen- iectomy. She stayed with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen, until Sunday when she went lo her own home. The two Ludwig children are still with the Kampens. Tuesday supper and overnight gutsts at the Victor Bunwurts were Jake Koehl of Hancock, and Mary Kaiser and Mrs. Warren Kaiser of Morton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and Jay of Omaha, Nebr. weix- weekend visitors at the Donald Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden attended the "People to People" meeting at Ames Saturday. This was a reunion for the 'groups that have gone to Europe with "Cap" Bentley each year. Enroute home the Holdens visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brockway at Rcnwick. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson of Ankeny were week end visitors at the home of their daughter, the Eugene Struthers. Sunday dinner guests at the Watson Struthers home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers and family and Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Hanson of Ankeny. They celebrated Eugene Struther's birthday. Scotty Kampen was nine years old Tuesday, March 7. After school 22 classmates, Danny anc Brian Shiflett of Humboldt and Susie and Kerry Ludwig of Rutland were guests. Games were supervised by Mrs. Gerald Shiflett, Mrs. Neal Hanifan and Beverly Kampen. After the games Scotty opened his gifts and lunch was served by his mother, Mrs. Fred Kampen. Neai Hanifan and Howard Leist of Dakota City helped bring the children to the Kampens after school. Those who attended the wedding of Juanita Habegar and Gary Anliker at the Peace Lutheran Church at West Bend Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson, Mrs. Dorothy Engebritson, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and Mary Lynn and Mrs. Bertha Jacobson. Herman Voigts Get A Party On 48th Date Whiilemore — The immediate family of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt surprised their parents Sunday .evening on their 48th wedding anniversary which was Monday, March 13. Guests included Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and daughters Susan and Julie of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom, Mr and Mrs Ewald Voigt, Rosella Voigt and Billy Johnson of Algona, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl of here: Five hundred was played at six tables, Arthur Mathers, and Susan Johnson winning high Ewald Voigt and Mrs Jack Johnson low; and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith travel. A delicious lunch was served following the entertainment. Many Attend Rites Many from Whittemore attended the funeral of Otto Wichtendahl, 78, held Thursday afternoon in Immanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek. He was a brother of Henry, George and Herman Wichtendahl of Whittemore. On Monday they all attended the funeral of Ross Burns held in St. Augustine Lutheran church in Everly. Burial was in the West Bend "cemetery. He was a son- in-law of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl. He is survived by his wife, three sons and a daughter. He passed away in a hospital in Rochester Friday, following surgery. Wins Naval Honor Mr and Mrs Durwood Neitzel of here received word recently that their son Edward E. Neitzel ADR2 has been named VAW-ll's Plain Captain of the Month" for January. The 21 year old Whittemore lad was selected by CDR Clarence T. Froscher, Vaw 11 's maintenence oficer, for his outstanding intiative, willingness, and military bearing. He received a 48 hour pass from his Division Officer and his picture is displayed in the Division Office. The monthly award has be- bome a squadron event to give recognition to outstanding individuals performing one of the basic yet important functions in Naval Av.ition. A plane captain is the pilot's right hand man. Neitzel joined VAW-11 in July of 1960. He and his wife Espcr- anza reside at 767 Madison, Chula Vista. Besch Infant Baptised Mr and Mrs Lawrence Besch of here had their infant daugh- ;er baptized in St. Michael's Catholic church Sunday. She was named JoAnn Lucy, Mrs Joe SERVICES BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS for evening appointments Phone CY 4-3690 CY 4-4609 or CY 4-2019 Store — CY 4-3837 R. O. Bjustrom — CY 4-3690 Frank Moulton — CY 4-4609 J. D. Burns — CY 4-2019 Jackie Kelley — CY 4-3788 established 1925 Easy Terms Get Your Smoking Suppliet at the NEW SMOKE SHOP KEYS MAPI M CoasMo-Coast Alsjon* Besch and Martin Bleich wer6 sponsors by proxy in place of Mr .and Mrs Robert Dalton of Colum* bin,. South Carolina. Dinner guests in her honor were Mf and Mrs Martin Bleich and daughter Cathy .'of Garner, and Mf and Mrs Joe Besch and family of here. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Robert Hobble and family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Mike Koppen of here and Mr and Mrs John Fandel of Rock Falls, Iowa returned home Saturday night form a seven weeks vacation in Florida. They visited with several acquaintances from Whittemore and Algona. Mr and Mrs Frank Eisele, and Mr and Mrs Joe Loebach, drove to Dubuque, last weekend where- they picked up Paul Eisele and John Loebach students at Loras college, and went on to visit with relatives in Peoria, and Lenore, 111. They returned home Sunday evening. Eldon Ray Meyer and Donald Meyer, students at Wartburg college in Waverly, spent the weekend with their respective parents Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Herman Gerdes, held Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 in St. John's Lutheran church in Pomeroy. George Knoer underwent surgery in St. Ann hospital in Algona, Sunday. Mrs William Roeber underwent pye surgery in a Mason City hospital last week Tuesday. She is a expected to be home sometime this week. Bancroft News Mr. and Mrs. Glnny Lamipe and Donald and Ann Schiltz spent the weekend 1 with relatives here. Mr. Lampe visited his mother who has not been feeling well for several weeks. Other children who have visited their mother were a daughter from Council Bluffs, Sioux City, .and the Ambrose Welps, Fort Dodge. Dr. Tom Lensing and Joyce Lori and Steven, Whittemore, spent the weekend with his parents, the Al Lensings. Mr. and Mrs. George Korrect, Laurens, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Korrect. Mr. and .Mrs. John Long, Adel, spent the week end with his'mo- ther Mrs. Mary Long, and Bernard and at the Arthur Long home. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Fritzler and family, Missouri, came for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Bar? bara "Fri'tzler and her parents at Lone,Rock.-, ._ } • '•' LILY Chris R. Hansen df Maquoketa has a Sacred Lily of India, a flower that needs exceptionally little light and no water. The plant,stands six .to seven inches taller than he. Deep purple in color, the unusual flower gives off a distinctive and pungent odor which keeps It "feed", Mr Hansen says. Because of its distinctive smell, the lily remains "all by its lonesome" in the basement of the Hansen home. NEED PRINTING? The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. offers qua!" ity Work at reasonable cost and with quick service. No job too small; no job too big. Phone CY 4-3535. PUBLIC ST. PATRICK'S DANCE 9:00 P.M. — V. F.W. HALL FRIDAY, MARCH 17 SPONSORED BY THE ALGONA JUNIOR CHAMBER of COMMERCE COME ONE — COME ALL LET'S HAVE A BALL! SNOBOY FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 4-6 Oz. Cans $1 SNOBOY CELLO-PAK LEMONS Pack of 6-29c STANDBY - WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE CORN 5 C °°"' M $ 1 HOME OF SNOBOY pki.dt~f1iv.Dr SUN GIRL OLEO 5 Lbs. C&H Sugar 2 Brown or Powdered One Lb. — MOUNTIE FREESTONE PEACHES 3 No. 2'/ 2 GARDEN No. 303 Cans Pork & Beans 2 for 29c FULL l>/2 LBS. Garden Prunes 49c QUALITY CUT Macaroni 2 Lbs. 49c FRESH GREEN Onions Bunch 5c RUBY RED Grapefruit _._ 10 for 39c CELLO WRAPPED Cauliflower ._ Head 29c EXTRA SPECIALLY PREPARED, ALL-MEAT, QUALITY Ground Beef 3 i $129 HAM PATTIES Nissen's ALL-MEAT SUMMER SAUSAGE U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ROAST U.S.D.A. CHOICE ROUND or SWISS STEAK Lb. 79c Lb. ORDER YOUR EASTER HAMS EARLY AND WATCH US! L DON'T FORGET FREE DELIVERY OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4 P.M. TO 6 P,M,

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