The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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County N FO Prexy Meets Freeman J , Leonard McGuW; B«3e, county president of Iho Kational Farmers Organization, and two other Kossuth delegates to the NFO convention at.Des Moines last weekend, got a chance to meet 'and talk with Orville Freeman Secretary of Agriculture. , , • • In the above photo, McGuire, at the right, is shown shaking hands with Freeman while Henry Eggerth, Swea City, left, and Joe Bauer, Bancroft, JOok- on.;'; f ? " •' * : •- • • * > Secretary Freeman was featured speaker at the convention following a banquet at Des Moines Fnday night. Heidelivered his'; address to 6,000 persons at the convention. ; ' Other" area men who atterided the NFO conyention included Lester Fuchsen, Sam Shipler and Harold Hagg, Whittemore, Phil Studer and Vic Youngwirth, Wesley, Russel Shipler, Burt, Paul Thilges, OttOsen, and Leslie Johnson and Adam Berte, Algona. | > Oren Lee Staley, Rea, Mo., was re-elected for his sixth consecutive term as president of the NFO and Bob Casper, Winterset; was re-elected vice president. , , , . ' , , , Arrtohg'ireSOlutions'adopted'during the convention,; which was 1 the largest in the "history of the organization,' were: a pledge of all possible efforts to promote signing of a master contract with processors of the various farm commodities arid a promise to. stage an all-out holding action «if all other efforts to bargain with processors fail. New directors elected by the.NFO are Earl Thompson, Blair, Nebr., Paul Miller, Harmon, 111., J. E. Thompkins^CuDa, ;Ill.;:and Alfred Morris, Kassop, Minnesota. (UDM Engraving) , 6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, December 14, 1961 CROP Drive In WTofal Burl .-- 'i A short, impressive dedication * service iyas held at the Burt '• G&JpWEtevatoi'' at 10 a.m. Dec.'7 when approximately $600,worth of shelled corn 1 was dedicated to CROP Service; < The corn was donated in .tne recent CROP fund drive. It ,-was dried .and sheHed at jthe Bu^t Coop Elevator under" the' supervision of J. L. Miller,/commojdi- ;ies chairman. • •• •*••!•.'• r ,' Following the dedication. ceremony, jthe corn' was hauled to BelmondJ where it with another approximate $700 cash donations were exchanged for about 15,000 bs. -of; toasted? soy «protdri '• for HOP...y,;,.* t,lu-,.••:• .., •, .:*;. This .year's ''fund 1 drive -"netted £osuth County within the viciri- ty; of $1300. The exact amount s not known as hot all the towrUj ships have turned in their soli-' citations. ' Percival's Used Cars I960 DODGE DART 4-dr. with 6-cylinder ' engine, only 21,000 actual miles. 1957 PLYMOUTH Station wagon 4-door with Automatic transmission radio. 1956 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4-door Sedan with all the power (brakes, steering, transmission, etc.) A beautiful car with radio, red and white finish. 1956 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-dr. Sedan with power steering, power brakes, radio. 1955 DODGE 4-dr., 8 Cylinder, automatic transmission, 2 tone green and motor overhauled. 1954 DE SOTO 4-door, one of the best we've seen, radio, automatic transmission, fully equipped. 1951 FORD %-Ton Pickup with V-8 engine, very nice, PERCIVAL MOTORS $outh Phillips Algona DODGE - DART DEALER Wedding License One wedding license was issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson •this week. It went- to Richard J. Deveris, Tempe, Ariz, and Jo Ann Sunde, Fenton, Tuesday, Dec. 12. MIMEOGRAPH STENCILS Alp Type writer and adding machine ,,Algona. a / -, j_ Rites Held For Peter Oiling At Ringsted Hingsied — Peter Hansen Oiling, 73, retired farmer, died Saturday noon at his home in Ringsted. Death was attributed to a stroke. He was born Oct. 2, 1888 at Vamdrup, Denmark and cnmo to .he U. S. in 1910. He settled in Wisconsin, but moved to Emmet county in the spring of 1917. Mr. Hanson worked as a tiler and latc'i- began funning along the Kossuth and Emmet county lino e;ist of Ringsted. He rt'tirud from farming in 1948 and moved into Ilingsted. Ho was married to Sophie Peterson July 8, 1917. Children nro Mrs. U. C. Lenharclt, Canby, Ore.; Mrs. Robert Halverson, White Boar Lake, Minn.; Mrs. A. R. Nielsen, Sioux Falls, S. D.; and one son, Jens Poter Oiling. One 1 son, Donald was killed in World War II. Funeral services wore hold ul 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran church, Ringsted, Rev Gordon Miller officiating. Buria! was in the church cemetery Family services were at 11 a.m at tin 1 Thomas funeral chapel Ringsted. JayCee Meeting A district meeting of the JayCee: was held at Humboldt Dec. 9 with several local members attending After the business meeting, bowling tournament took place anc Ron Taylor, Algona, was first place individual winner. KENT'S A-1 CARS ALL LATE MODEL CARS CARRY 1-YEAR G W CAR WARRANTY! 1960 FALCON 4-dr. Deluxe model, Standard Trans., exceptionally nice. 1959 FORD Fairlane 4-door. 1957 FORD Fairlane 2-door. 1957 FORD Fairlane "500" 2dr Fordomatic and radio. 1955 MERCURY Hard top coupe. 1955 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr., V-8, Radio and Power- Glide. 1954 FORD Custom 4-dr., V-8, radio and Standard Trans. 1954 CHEVROLET "210" 4-dr., Radio, & Standard Transmission. 1953 PONTIAC 4-door. 1951 FORD Custom 2-door. KENT MOTOR CO. BUSINESS FORMS 1000 CIWTO .jsr—su * BTAR SUPPLY CO. ^^-""^"irSSrii? SALES BOOKS, Plain or Imprinted LEDGERS And LEDGER SHEETS FILING SUPPLIES CARBON PAPERS - ADDER TAPES TYPEWRITER - ADDER RIBBONS * * -K SPECIAL FORMS, STATEMENTS, RECORDS PRINTED TO ORDER YOUR BUSINESS SUPPLIES AT UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. FORD & FALCON Sales & Service Phone CY 4-3504 Algona LOWEST PRICES IN TEN YEARS! ADDING MACHINES precision-bunt Victor Chanv pious. 10 key , or full key-! board as low a» 118 now model*. 9 New streamlined case. f flecUlc models as lowMttttOO. UPPER DES MOINES S & H GREEN STAMP CONSUMER' SUPER M ARKET i, *»• HERE YOU GET LOW PRICES EVERY DAY FOLGER'S 2 LB. CAN REG. or DRIP BULK WHITE Dates KARO SYRUP 2ibs.59 c 2 V/2 Lb. Bottles 49 KRAFT MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS... „ 2-10 Oz. Pkg. Jc 's'Mi HOUSE PARTY STUFFED OR PLAIN. 71/2 oz. Jar STURGEON BAY CHERRIES ...... ........... . 2 CANS flc KING SIZE ' COCA-COLA KING SIZE £ BUBBLE-UP CARTON VARIETY GIFT BOXES MADE TO ORDER ANY SIZE-ANY ASSORTMENT - DECORATED "ALGONA'S FINEST" Lean GROUND BEEF....... UBS. $1.19 CHOICE VALU-SELECTED ROUND OR SWISS STEAK LB. 79c SIRLION TIP STEAK IB. 85c SOLID PACK Fresh OYSTERS 12 Oz. 99c BONELESS ROLLED RUMP ROAST LB. 89c BOONE RIVER ALL MEAT FRANKS 1 Lb. Pkg. 49c PICK A VALU - SELECTED BflF QUARTER - BEST PRICES IN TOWN COMPLETE X-MAS DEFT, ***** OLD FASHIONEP 29< X-MAS CANDY, NUTS, ANP *• * " WLATi §£!? FRUIT BASKET ETC, P« W- PEANUT BRITTli UP ^C VALUABLE COUPON 50 FREE GREEN STAMPS with $5.00 Grocery Order 100 FREE GREEN STAMPS •, with $10.00 Grocery Order Coupon Good Through Saturday, December 16 i VAIUABIE COUPON )• iccH s & H EXTRA QfcEEN STAMPS irwxNXV^V^^^^X^V^X ... ' with purchase of Jergins Lotion (Free Dispenser) Coupon Good Through Saturday, December 16 S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of gallon • • APPLE CIDER Coupon Good Through Saturday, December 16 VALUAbiE COUPON 'jSJ GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of FRUIT CAKE 2 Lb. Can 99c Coupon Good Through Saturday, December 16 VALUABLE COUPON S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of 4 Lb. Pkg. of POPCORN — 59c Coupon Good Through Saturday, December 16 25 VALUABLE COUPON S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of 1 Lb. Pkg. COCONUT X-MAS PEKO FLAKES .. 39c Coupon Good Through Saturday, December 16 V^^XN'VXN^^^W 25 S & H EXTRA GREEN STAMPS - - s>s**s~*r*s~*s^* with the purchase ot 2 Cans CORN OR PEAS Coupon Good Through Saturday, December 16 GOLDEN BANANAS ___ 2 IBS. 25c FRESH PINEAPPLE -i__ r _ iejch 49c LARGE GRAPEFRUIT ___ 10.-for 39c TEXAS JUICE ORANGES Large Sack Full ,-$1,00 FESTIVAL ICE CREAM Vi GALLON - S9c IXTRA S & H LJ?0_ GREEN STAMPS with th» pyr«ha*e ef TEXY SOAP (for dishes) CQ«pon.Good Through Satyrdejy, December 1 i««iopw HOOD FIOUR COUPON

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