The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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1972 Farms Signed Up; To Receive Near $800,000'ose who may have wondered just whtft the new 1961 feed grain retiremenit of lamd program might mean in this area, the Kos- siith courtly ASC office had some specific figures, Wednesday af- , ternoon: 1 — There are 1972 farms of the 3,000 plus in the county now signed up for participation. 2 — Of the 1972 farms signed up, a total of 50,105 acres of corn base land is being retired this year, or 28% of the toital acres on (the 1972 farms. 3 — '• Those who have signed up thus far will receive, probably starting in about two weeks, a payment for participation of $795,667.95. County ASC office manager Curtis Haahr said Wednesday that farmers who have inot as yet visited the county office to sign up will now be contacted, starting today, by their township ASC committeemen, and will still have a chance to sign up. He also predicted that Kossuth counity would be at least 70 percent in the 1961 program. In neighboring Hancock county an 80 percent signup is predicted. The basic principle of the program is that farmers who participate for corn or grain sorghum acreage diversion of at least 20 percent of their 1959-60 average into conservation uses, will receive payments for this diversion and specified price support on their 1961 crops. The participation is voluntary,, however. Leah Banwarf Passes; Rites Held Wednesday Funeral services for Mrs. Leah Banwart, 72, Algona resident for 39 years, were held Wednesday in Trinity Lutherair church. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated and burial was in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. McCullough's Funeral Cha• pel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Banwart died Sunday at St. Ann hospital where she had been a patient for a week. She was born Leah Rose Schneider Feb. 4, 1889 at Elgin to Joseph and Anna Frieden Schneider. She was married to George Banwart Sept. 23,1908. He farmed and operated 'a hauling service here for many years and proceeded his' wife in death in 1954. Mrs. Banwart was a member of Trinity Lutheran church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Harm (Florence) Helmers and Mrs. Mildred Johnson, both of Algona, Mrs. John (Ruth) Polley, White, S. Dak. and Mrs. Bernice Keefe, Ledyard; five sons, Herbert of Algona, Dr. Geo. Banwart, Jr., Falls Church, Virginia, Russell of Sioux City, Dr. Harold Banwart of Adel, and Richard of Amboy, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. Eldon (Hulda) Fain, Nevada, Mrs. Florence Miller, Sioux City, and Mrs. Ralph (Laura) Bell, Laurens; three brothers, Harry Schneider, Ruthven, Joseph Schneider, Wesley, and Bernard Schneider, Casey; 29 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Three brothers and three sisters proceeded her in death. Robert Laing New Owner Of Muckey Plbg. A change of ownership of a well-known Algona business firm, Muckey Plumbing and Heating, was announced this week. The new owner is Hob Laing, who h;is been employed by the plumbing establishment since 19-10. lie is a son of a lorrner co-owner, the late Firman Laing, Sr. Mr. Laing took possession of the business Monday from L. S. Muckey, who has been a plumber here for the past 44 years. Mr Muckey and the late Firmar Laing formed the Laing and Muckey plumbing and heating firm in 1926 and Mr. Muckey had been sole owner since 1954 when Mr. Laing sold out and retired. The firm will now be called Laing Plumbing and Heating. The new owner is a graduate of Algona higji school where he played football and following his high school days, Bob spent three years in the U. S. Army. With the exception of army service, he is a lifelong resident of Algona. He is an active sports official, married and has three children. Mr. Muckey has no definite plans for the future/ He became a plumber in 1917 and has followed the trade ever since. Both he and his wife, M$ry, are well-known Algonans. Two employees of the firm, Stan Muckey, ailso a plumber, and Bea Lynk, bookkeeper, will, remain with the firm, which is located at 12 North Dodge. Mayor's Court Busy; 2 OMVI Cases Heard Mayor C. C. Shierk's , court proved to be'a busy place this weeks. Two men, Wmton Storbeck, Odin, Minn., and Burdette Manly, Lake View were bound over to district court on charges, of OMVI. Storbeck was arrested here by police officer Bill Schwarzenbach Thursday and Manly was arrested following an accident <a mile north of Bancroft by Patrolman Bill Tordoff Saturday night. Storbeck's bond was set at $500 and had not been furnished Wednesday. He is now in the county 6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, April 27, 1961 erans at the Humboldt Legion Hall April 23. Dr. Potter is Commander of the local Tall Corn Barracks No. 688. 200 men and women in the 15-county district were present. State Commander George Wine of North English gave the principal address. jail after entering a guilty plea before Judge G. W. Stillman in district court Monday. His fine was set at $300 and costs. . Ma'nly waived preliminary hearing and his appearance bond, set at $350, was furnished In other ca'ses heard by the mayor, Paul Swanson, Sioux City, paid $15, speeding and $5, no driver's license; Larry Blackman,' St. James, Minn. $25 intoxication; Merlyn Bruns, Thompson, $10, allowing a minoi to operate a motor vehicle, and $10, .allowing! another person to use license;" George McVay, Algona, $10, failing to display registration: and E. J. Larson, Fenton, $5, no valid registration. Court costs were also' assessed in each case. < • Garrigan Will Meet Two Foes This Weekend Garrigan high school's baseball team, which has had trouble getting any games played so far this season, ran into difficulty again Tuesday when a scheduled game with Rodman at Garrigan Field was postponed. The Bears, coached by Jim Gee- Ian, have 1wo other home games, on tap this week. They will host Twin Rivers today (Thursday) at 3:45 p.m., then wiW meet Mason City's Mohawks on the home field Friday at the same time. Mason City dropped a (i-4 decision to St. John's of Bancroft Tuesday. To dale, Garrigan has played one game, a cozy li-2 decision over West Bend last Wednesday. Bill Rahm hurled three innings and Bob Reed pitched two in- niims uf the live inning game. The Bears got one run. in the first and two in the third, while West Bend got single-tons in the third and filth. Welter pitched for (the losers. Bob Schneider and Rahm each gut two hits, for the winners. Algona Fourth Spencer Friday Algona high school's track team grabbed fourth place in class B at the Eagle Grove Relays at Eagle Grove Friday afternoon and evening. The locals wound up without a first place finish, but did manage to place second in three events and third in three otthers. Coach Jim Hershberger's team expects to compete in the Spencer Relays tomorrow (Friday) and the Bronco Relays at Belmond next Tuesday. Clarion ,-—— 79 Eagle Grove 58% Lake City 46 ALGONA 39 Hampton :_ — 36 Belmond 34% Gary Peer registered two second place finishes during the meet. He posted a new'school record and also shattered the meet record whi'le taking second in the high hurdles in 15.2 behind John 'Fletcher of Clarion. He also followed Fletcher, top hurdler 'in the state, .to the tape in the low Dean Willrett chalked up Algona's other second wjth an 11.2 time in the 100 yard dash. The 880 relay team 'of Steve Miller, Rich Hutchins, Bob Garms and Bill Wetzel .Was third in 1:38.5; the medley relay team of Hutchins, Peer, Wetzel and CHuck Oberwetter third in 3:54.4; WWI Meeting Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter and Mr and Mrs Milton G. Norton of Algona attended a (ith District meeting of World War One Vet- ' USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 2—1950 Model WD Allis-Chalmers with .adjustable front 1—1950 Model ; !WD Allis-Chal-' mers with standard 1 front 1—1942 Model WC Allis-Chalmers 1—1940 Model A John Deere 1—1946 Model C-Allis-Chalmers 1—1946 Model '101 " sf. ' Massey; . >.- Harris > •*.-•••' MANURE SPREADERS 1—No. 12 A New Idea 1—No 14 New Idea •,,... ., . 4 ,. 1—No. 10 New Idea — four ' wheel on rubber, real good shape 2— No. 200 McCormick Deering • • HAMMERMILLS 1—Lelz Burr Mill with PTO 1—14" Montgomery Ward with Feeder and Auger 1-plO" Harvey 1—10" Peerless Roller Mill with Feeder to ground 1—10" Gehl with PTO 1—15" Gehl with PTO MISCELLANEOUS 13' 4" Kowanee Wheel Tandem Disc , I—18 ft. John Deere Disc I—18 ft. Minneapolis-Moline Disc Several good 15 ft. Discs 1—15 ft. Western Land Roller 1—Case Rotary Hoe 1—Champion Rotary Hoe 1—Winpower Rotary Hoe — like now 1—No. 61 New Idea Stalk Shredder 1—Lundell Stalk Shredder 1—Moors Stalk Shredder 1—Real good 50 bushel Hog Feeder 1—Rear Mounted Minneapolis- Moline four-row Corn Planter with disc runners 1—Oliver four-row Corn Planter with fertilizer attachments — like new 1—No. 505 New Idea Horn Loader with snow bucket for'Ford tractor 1—Caswell Loader for John Deere or International 1—12 it. Allis-Chalmers mounted Field Cultivator LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA DIAL BRown 2-4601 17 \nvestors\tfe, \nsumncc COMPANY OF WWA PROUDLY CONGRATULATES ANDY CRAWFORD GENERAL AGENT, ALGONA, IOWA TOP MAN OF THE MONTH with life Insurance Premiums of $2,530.46 and Volgms of $56,000.00. HERSHEY'S GIANT BOX Cocoa Mix 69 BIG 51 Oz. Size Can FLAV-O-RITE LARGE Pork & Beans 3 P sloo GOOCH'S FLOUR 79 Wesson Oil Qt. 59' DON UTS 13 35 RED ROOSTER FRESH REG. 29c Orange Slices .£•• 19 COFFEEU. 30 SUGAR 10 ibs. 98 EVERY DAY FRESH FIG BARS Soda Crackers lib. Box 49 HEINZ CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast LOIN END Pork Roast Lb. 39 t ( •• i e NISSEN ALL MEAT FRANKS 2Lb. Bag Whole 12-16 Lb. AverqgeiCut & Wrapped Pork Loins Lb. LEAN N MEATY - COUNTRY STYLE Spare Ribs Lb. DUBUQUE Canned Hams 3Lb. Tin CHOICE - WHOLE - CUT & WRAPPED BEEF LOINS ALL SIRLOIN and T-BONE STEAK, TIME FOR COOK OUTS. STOCK UP NOW ! LB. 69' BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE FROZEN STRAWBERRIES RED RASPBERRIES PEACHES 4 For 89c MIX OR MATCH 'EM FESTIVAL ICE CREAM RED PONTIAC POTATOES 25 Lbs. 98c GOLDEN BANANAS Lb. 12c CUKES RADISHES GREEN ONIONS 2 For tic CONSUMERS LOW PRICES EVERY DAY

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