The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1962 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 23, 1962
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JANUARY 23, 1962 OM-3535 - Your Newspaper **-*-*™tM4»ajfc^j tM t^mm, t| — m ..,. . .._._. . , , i I f~ ' ^ m ^,i..^_ ^~ . •••••••••. r i i ri ii^.^t. . .. , , JANUARY 23, 1962 STARTS fHURSItoY FOR ONE WJEK ALGONA SATURDAY MAf. AT CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM t:30 dazzifngworld of , dance and aughterll * WaltDisneu Presents VICTOR HUBERTS ^^ RAYBOLGER TOMMY SANDS ANNETTE ED WYNN 1:30 Honor 10 At Annual J.C. Bosses Nife TOMMY KIRK • KEVIN CORCORA?4IENRY CALM- GENE SHELDON PLUS COLOR CARTOON ADULTS goc - JUNIORS TSC - CHILDREN 35c Certificates of merit to iers, JayCee "Awards 'of'-the fear!' to two members, a«d libjn- >rs to an area farther and business man, highlighted ' ual Junior Chamber of C Josses Night'banquet'and last Wednesday evening in> ttie VFW hall here. Honored with selection as- Otlt standing Young Farmer. d'f. t$e Year was Dave Seiler, 'of the' Wes ley area. >'•' Awarded the Distinguished'- vice' certificate was-Ron .Mock manager of the Algqna S-&',iL store. JayCee Awards of the Year w'ejit to Ron Taylor and Jim Doocy t 'f6r their excellent work during*, the past year. Certificates of Merit were presented to Bob Plngel, Ed Farrell, Jeiiry Learieagh,' B6b Turner, Dick Perry and Dick Ringsdprf by Gus Lurtdh, J.C. president, who presided. Thc*y were for various projects completed. Dr. William Clegg announced the two special winners. About 50 were present at the Set ort Prices; Corn H.20; Beans $2.25 Bu, Walt Disney presents "BABES IN TOYLAND" MARY CONTRARY (ANNETTE) AND TOM PIPER (TOMMY SANDS) sing of their undying love for each other in this scene from VIM Disney's sparkling live-action musical, "Babes in Toyland." Filmed in color by Technicolor, the feature stars Tommy Sands, Annette and Ed Wynn. Buena Vista releases. program, which concluded with a Thursday, Friday, Saturdayl talk by Walter Manchester, Fort Moriday, Tuesday and Wednesday D °dge. "Bosses" of'members were — Walt Disney's "Babes In Tov!- s P ecial guests. land", 7:15-9:20. j Saturday matinee at 1:30. I PLANE Sunday- 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:35-9:351' A twenty-year old airman from Arnolds Park, Reggis S. Stevens, recently escaped injury when his small plane crash, landed on a field covered with an in.-thick snow crust. The plane crashed, when it ran out of gas and 'the propeller and wing struts of the pjan Prices for the 1962 crops of feed grains, according to Richard I. Anderson, Chairman, Kossuth A. S. C. County Committee, will be supported at the following national average support levels: Corn, $1.20 per bushel average for all grades; barley, 93 cents per bushel for grade no. 2 or better; grain sorghum, $1.93 per hundredweight for grade no. 2 or better; oats, 62 cents per bushel for grade no. 3; and rye, $1.02 per bushel for grade no. 2 or better, or grading* no. 3 on test weight only. The chairman pointed out that these supports are the same as the 1961-crop supports. Feed grain legislation provides that the Secretary of Agriculture may set the support level for corn at not less than 65 percent of parity for the 1962 crop. The $1.20- j>er-busiiel support price, Mr. An- 'derson said, was determined as the price that would effectively meet the objectives of the feed grain program. Support prices for barley, oats, and rye were set directly at their feeding value relationship to corn, and the support price for grain sorghum was set at 90 percent of the feed value of corn—the same as for 1961. The following national average support prices have been announced for 1962 crops of oilseeds: Soybeans, $2.25 per bushel, average for all grades* flaxseed, $2.90 per bushel for grade no. 1; and cottonseed, $48 per ton basis Swine Producer Banquet, Jan. 30 ^ Max Mills, Marshalltown, hffff been obtained as the speaker for the annual Swine banquet, according to Ray Laabs, Lone RocKJ! program chairman. Mills is an ac-> live attorney and popular speaker at many banquets in the midwestr He is past president of the MaP shalltown Chamber of Commerce, a former Marine Corps Major, Ta farm owner and livestock breeder: The banquet will be held Tuegf day, 6:30 p.m., January 30,1962, at the Algona High School Annex.. Tickets at $1.50,each are avai£ able from the following men — Dean Barnes, county extension di- rcctor, Algona; Ray Laabs grade (100) for loans on farmstor» ed cottonseed, and $44 per ton basis grade (100) for purchases from producers with appropriate differences for purchases from ginners to reflect normal handling costs. The 1962 support prices reflect about 78 percent of the January parity for soybeans. • "' For soybeans and cottonseed, there are slight reductions in the 1962 supports compared with 1961 supports, and for flaxseed there is a slight increase. The adjusK ments are designed to achieve a better balance in'the supply and price relationships among the various commodities. s BIG SALE You've Been Waiting For THE GRAND FINALE Begins Thursday, Jan. 25 ~ For 9 BIG DAYS COATS We are reducing every coat to sell FAST ... all former prices are forgotten. Sizes to 241/2. FUR TRIMMED , UNTRIMMED, CAR COATS, and RAINCOATS. 75 Coats Total. DRESSES About 300 dresses left - sizes 5-15, 10-20, and'' 12J6-26V& Some selling for LESS THAN HALF PRICE. See these and buy a QUALITY dress from regular stock at a ridiculously low price !!!! 7 "^^^^^"•"•"•••• ii1 ™™' ^''^''^^"^^"'"^^^'^••^{^••••••^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^••••^•^••i Everything Is Sold Regardless Of Former Price !! SKIRTS Over 80 here - sizes 8-18, mostly straight from famous manufacturers - QUALITY skirts from regular stock including all BERNHARD ALTMANN. SLACKS Just 25 here. JACK WINTER and other famous brands, Sizes 8-18. Blacks and colors. -SWEATERS About 100 sweaters - some to match skirts sizes 36-38-40. A few cashmere sweaters . . sell first . , , don't miss seeing these . . . ROBES Only 15 , , . mostly quilted styles ... from three famous names - EVELYN PIARSON, GLAZIER, and BASILA ... BLOUSES Sizes 30-38. Whites and colors. From MacShore, Fritzi, and Majestic. Sell all of these regardless. HATS More than ever here - 88 hats , . , selling out for only 98c and $1.98 . . . every hat included. Buy QUALITY Merchandise At Giveway Prices THE CHRISCHILLES STORE ALGONA, IOWA

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