The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1962 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Tuesday, January 9, 1962
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Start '62 Crop Control Program Signup Feb. 5 Phe sienuti nertnd t n » ^,^ —^_ •_.. . perlod Under the stabilization - 8lgMup P eriod Will and ' " . period, ended -December - explataed, fariffl.ei'.s hem £P Jetton ' tato aX' with needs, by diverting wheat and Ixl ? r f in ' . aCB ?°ge , to, approved conserving usea/The early sign- up dates will give farmers and farm servicing .industries an opportunity to make,early plans for the,coming crop year 1 , .. , The main pjfovisforis of the 1962 feed grain program are:, :i) Voluntary participation. ,2) Acreage division 6? not less than 20 percent 6f'the Base acreage (Utoflo averse') as. adjusted, . (3) Payments' "in ,kirtd" to ue, made on acreage diverted from feed grains to soil-conserving JSGS* r >. * (4) "Advance 1 * '.payments.' (|) Price support to, cooperators on.the normal productidh' of acre- ages planted to. feed/grains. '.The program :for spring wheat Jomtofy 9, (la.) Uppdf fas Molnes*. m i^ 6 as fot winter wheat- ll include (i) a mandatory cu 10 percent from acreage bftse< ort a national alidtment df ss mil lion acres to -avoid niarkeihig quota penalty, (2) voluntary acreage diversion in addition, (3) pay- wents for both the mandatory and voiuntary.div.ersion of wheat acreage to soil-consei t vtog"uses pfld (4) price support tb.cdopera Homemakers Met Plum Creek Hdmeniakers met )ec. 12 at th6 home of Mrs/ Hollis Benschoter, Assisting hostesses were Martha Drager, Leola Gardner and Hazel seely. Inspiration Was given by tiosanne Schmit. It was Voted to give $10 to Special School, for . Retarded Children, ileanor Gardner explained new ooks for* the coming year. New books were brought for purchase by members. Foi iiig adjournment, a gift exchi, was held. Evelyn Mawdsiey^s«.. e two solos and led group sihglrig Lunch was served by the hostess es. i Algona 4-H Club Algona Boys 4-H Club met Dec. 30 at the Floyd Bode home. New books were handed out at thfs meeting. Officers for the coming year are, president, Bernie Pleml, Vice president, Allan Bode, secretary-treasurer. Russell Bode, and reporter, Janice Patterson. Jean- me, Patterson; Joe Gatton and Tom Gatton are new members. The leader explained 'the new 'ear's work and told about weigh- ng and tattooing of calves to IM done. Following the business meet ng, the parents were guests at a Christmas party. On« of these is the cooperative you ,ud you sell, and ** for what what you buy; .trench 01 " T P ° Werfil1 meaQS ° f pr0tCCtlng *' AmericaQ hom « «* family, ancl they Jtrengthen our American fretwterpriwjystemi M?5»,<yCo<pA<fT.eb»iidl Cooperatives ore the balance wheel that strengthens »«r free economy CO-OP BENEFITS TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR TUonka, Iowa j aek stott. Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR *<wa E. F. ImmerfaU, Mgr. WbUi«nt9lt< Iowa WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Larry Twedt, Mgr. , :-* BURT CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR J, L, MJIwr, IEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR ' Bernard Reijly. Mgr, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Mgr. s»!^ BEND ELEVATOR CO. $n« R. W, Jwiwu, Mgr, ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE fteefefewi . Iowa FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR Bode, iowa E. N. Ellingsoji, Mgr, HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Alg9l»a, Iowa Raymond Reid. Mgr. LU VERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR . Iowa EWon Que^s, Mgr. RS ELEVATOR CO. CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO. ICenwth Patterson, Mgr. GUARANTEED INTEREST ON CERTICATES OF DEPOSITS 1 : ' - . • i • . EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2,1962 ... is happy to announce, in keeping: with the new ruling just made by the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, it will pay 4% Guaranteed Interest on Certificates of Deposit in denominations of $1,000 or more issued for 12 months. PLUS INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS WITH INTEREST PAYABLE SEMI-flHNIIALLY All Deposits are Insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. ... And For Your Further Protection, Iowa State Bank has a $1,000,000 (one million) Excess Fidelity Bond. IOWA STATE = BANK = ALGONA S HOME-OWNED BANK

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