The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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(ta.) Motoil Reseal Of 1961 Crops Approved By U.S.D.A. Farmers in Kossuth County who have 1961 price-support loans on farm-stored corn, grain sorghum, oats, barley and soybeans will be able to continue their loans after loan maturity dates this spring and summer and earn storage payments. Richard I. Anderson, Chairman, ASC chairman said today that this action is made possible under a broad reseal program just announced by the U. S. Department of Agriculture. The program is available in designated areas on the basis of determinations by ASC State Committees. In making their FEMTC FARMERS ELEVATOR MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY DES MOINES, IOWA NOT when you have FEMIC coverage . . . Auto, Liability, Fire, Home Owners or Hospitalization. FEMIC OF* FERS BROADER COVERAGE AT LOWER RATES. GET YOUR FREE INSURANCE CHECK-UP ... contact your local authorized agent. AUJHORIIED LOCAL AGEHT LARRY JOHNSON Phone CY 4-3950 Algona, Iowa decisions, State Committees consider the feasibility of safe storage of grains on farrA for the reseal period and whether it will be advantageous to producers and the Government to make reseal loans available. A. 2-year reseal program will be available for farm-stored 1961-crop corn, and a 1-year reseal program (or farm-stored 1961-crop barley, oats, grain sorghum and soybeans. Resealed loans will also be extended for another year on 1960- crop oats, 1959-crop corn and 1958- crop corn. Resealed loans on 1960- crop corn and grain sorghum will run for another year under the 2- year reseal program initiated last year. Farmers will also be able to convert purchase agreements on their'1961-crop farm-stored grains to repeal loans. Storage payments are made to producers on grain under reseal. Farmers who wish to participate in the reseal program should apply at their ASCS county office before the loan maturity date for the particular crop to be resealed. Maturity dates for the five grains are: March 31 — grain sorghums; April 30 — barley and oats; May 31 — soybeans; and July 31 .— corn. ; In the meantime, the signup for feed grains in this area is underway. Townships signup periods remaining are being held in. the basement of the ASC office here, 9 a.m. ,o 5 p.m. The remaining schedule follows, but those-from other townships not yet signed up may do so until March 30. The schedule follows: Feb. 21 - Garfield, German, Irant and Greenwood. Feb. 23 - Cresco, Plum Creek, Riverdale and Whittemore. Feb. 27 - Harrison, Hebron, Ir- •ington and Ledyard. Feb. 28 - Lincoln, Lotts Creek, jUVerne and Portland. March 1 - Prairie, Ramsey, Seneca and Sherman. March 2 - Springfield, Swea, Union and Wesley. In 1961, nearly 60 percent of all Iowa farms participated in the program. Sonja Goetscli Of LuVerne To Wed In August Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch of LuVerne, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Sonja Rae, (above), to Jon Putman of Sioux City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darel Putman of Ponca, Nebraska. Sonja Rae is a Senior at Morningside College in Sioux City and Jon is a teacher in the Emerson School in Sioux City. The wedding date has been set for August 5th at the Methodist church in Lu- Verne. Wesley Lady Loses A Sister Wesley — Mrs. Joe Hauptman received word Saturday of the death of her sister Mrs. Joe Paul of Webster City who had suffered stroke on the previous day. Mrs. Paul is survived by her husband, ;wo sons and three daughters; four brothers and seven sisters. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 20 at St. Thomas Catho- ic church in Webster City and in- lerment made at Masonville on he following day. Relatives from a distance who were house guests of the Joe Hauptmans Feb. 18-20 were Sr. M. Andrea and Sr. M. Recardo of St. Heard the word? We were third in sales in'61. Third! It's nice to be loved. Like we've said: "When people like a car they show U." All you have to do is put together a car that's sharper looking, smoother running and a bigger value. That's why Pontiac and Tempest stormed into third place.* Why don't you see your Pontiac dealer (a very happy man these days) and go with a winner? *eiHd on flnil, otllclil I. L Polk comblntd Pentlic »nd Ttmpiit iiglitiiUon tlgum let ISM, Pontiac and Tempest SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WIDE CHOICE OF WIDE-TRACKS AND GOOD USED CARS, TOO SCHULTZ BROS. Joseph's order, te St.' their two brothel d&rg St. Paul and Raymond Kelly of Mellett, S. Oak. Plan Atttlllary Beteflt > Sixteen local riiefflbers 6f ,the Britt hospital Auxiliary,, attended the Feb. 16 meeting at the,hospital and helped plan an Amateur, flight program for Apr. 4 In the BHtt i high school as a hospital benefit. Mesdames Cliff Artfinson, H. E. Hemmingsen, Elmer Doughan, Vic Loebig and Al Wagner of \vealey served lunch at the close* of the meeting. If anyone is interested" in presenting talent at thdU benefit show they may contact Mrs. CJlff Anfinson, Wesley or Mrs. Frank Matern of Britt. - ? -. i Many Haverly and Clnk relatives attended the open house at Woden Legion hall, Sunday, Feb. 17 honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink on their silver wedding''anniver- sary. Mrs. Al Wagner went to Corwitli Wednesday, Feb. 14 to attend a shower for Barbara Girard who married Richard Clark, Saturday, Feb. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen went to Goldfield Wednesday, Feb. 14 to visit her sister Mrs. Minnie Severson who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold spent Friday in Lake Park with his son Clayton Arnold and family, i Mr. and Mrs, Tbffl Nelson firtd twin sons, Roger and Russell of Clear Lake were Sunday guests 6f the Theron Hansens. The dinner honored the birthdays of Mr. Nelson and Mrs. Hfinsett, ' or. Robt. Jongewaard spent Feb, 12-16 in iowa City .attending a doctors convention'. ."*'•' Kermit Studer, son of the, Herman Studers, left Feb. 14 for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. ..for a 6 month tour of duty with the army. He is a member of the i94th Field Artillery, a unit of National Guard. He has been employed in Kariawha. His wife, the former Judy' Cook, plans to join him at a later date. Orthel twp. HomettlakerS club met Wednesday evening ; in the Merle RasmuSseH home. The les* son was on Casserole dishes. Kenneth Donovans of Spirit Lake and formerly of Wesley have announced the engagement of their daughter Donna" Lee to Bob of Lake Park. A March wedding is planned. • Rode Anniversary Open house 'in honor of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Rode Of Titonka will be held Feb. 25 instead of Feb. 18 as previously planned. It will be the Immanuel Lutheran church, 3% miles east and one mile north of Titonka. \ Rites Tuesday, Titonka, For Mrs.Smidt Mrs. Warner Smidt, 82, died at her home in Titonka Friday. Funeral services were held Tuesday at-1:30 p.m. at the Ramsey 'Reformed church near Titonka. Burtel was in the church cemetery. Rev John Jansen officiated and Blake Funeral Home was In charge; Born Aug. 22, 1879, as Gertje Janshen, she was married Sept. 29, 1900, The couple farmed north of Titonka many years and retired in 1942. Surviving are her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Fred (Jennie) Gray, Mrs. Floyd (Grace) Huisman, both of Titonka; six sons, Meinder't, Woden; John, Warner Jr.,i Seimon and Enko, Titonka; the Rev. Esdert Smidt, Dumont; 34 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren. A daughter, Mrs. Ehno Folkerts, died last summer. Trouble that looks like a mountain from a distance, usually is only, a hill when you get to it. Jessie Olson, Liver-more, Dies Mrs. Jessie Olson, 86, died Monday morning at the Slssort nursing home In Humboldt. She was a former long time Llvermore resident, Funeral services were pending with the Lindhart Funeral Some of Humboldt in charge. Mrs. Olson's survivors Include six children, John T. Olson, Carl Olson and Mrs. Guy Raney of Livermore, Mrs. Gene Sweeney of Brltt, Mrs. Wnyne Graves of Redlands, Calif., and Arthur Olson of Madison, Wls. Several grandchildren and great-grandchildren also survive. , '. Mrs. Olson was a member of Immanuel Lutheran church at Livermore, the church Ladles' Aid Society, nnd the Ltvermore American Legion Auxiliary. Ringsted Lady Heart Victim Ringsted — Mrs. Gilbert,Nelson, 62, died Feb. 12 at a Rochester, Minn, hotel when she suffered a sudden heart attack, Mrs. Nelson had accompanied her husband there Sunday and was to have entered the hospital for a check-up Monday morning. Ethel Mae.Cufflffltef? was ftBltf, i&& >« MJShflu and »* eeived her education there. She attended State (36il6gei oUoW*i jit dedaf Falls and taught school S6V« eral years at fltbnka. Jurte S, 1&24 she m&wled Gilbert Nelson and they operated a.produce store la Titorika. later moved:to Butt oil a farm. They moved to a farm, northwest of Ringsted where they lived at the time of .her death. She was a member of the fias- tern Star and,Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by her husband, two daughters and six grandchildren.. "•'•.-"', , .. ; •: j. ',' . ; \.;A- 'SeHfces tfere held Thursday ; afternoon at 2 p.m. at • St. John's Lutheran church In Ringsted with burial in the church cemetery. Rev. Gordon Miller officiated. RESULTS COUNT! FARM SALE, FEB. 3 "We had the darndest crowd you ever saw . . . I was well satisfied . . . It was a good SdlCi" Ralph Morgan Algeria> v&y&xy&xxxx^^ FEAST YOUR CHERRY BLOSSOM EYES ON THESE BARGAINS ! PRICES HAVE BEEN "AXED" FOR THIS THREE DAY EVENT! TREMENDOUS VALUES AWAIT YOU! GEORGE! IS RE«lt/ OEKBR/fliNS- MEN'S PULLOVER FINAL CLEARANCE MEM'S TOPCOATS ONLY 24 LEFT SIZES 35 TO 44 PRICED FROM SWEATERS VALUES TO $11.95 S-M-L *3 22 MEN'S WINTER JACKETS SIZES 36 TO 46 SAVINGS UP TO 50% BOY'S PARKAS WASH 'N WEAR SIZES 8 TO 18 BUY NOW FOR NEXT YBAR MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS REG. $3.49 SIZES SMALL & MEDIUM MEN'S WORK SHOES SIZES 7'/z TO 11 LONG WEARING CORK SOLES MEN'S LINED LEATHER PRESSGLOVES •'t VALUES TO $5.95 MEN'S SUITS LIMITED NUMBERS: CHECK SIZES : ' 3-36 fl-42 4-37 2-46 3.22 MEN'S DRESS SLAX VALUES TO $13.95 CHECK SIZES 1-28 1-31 2-34 1-29 6-32 3-36 3.22 1-30 2-33 1-42 IT WILL PAY YOU TO SHOP AT THE HUB 3 DAYS ONLY THURS., FRI., & SAT. South Phillips St. Algona, Iowa /}> LEUTHPLDmilAMS I jL \^_^>^ ALGONA,IOWA L oa «» amm o g «o n ^^ USED FURNITURE SOILED FURNITURE MIS-USED FURNITURE DAMAGED FURNITURE RUGS AND SAMPLES MIRRORS & LAMPS YOU NAME ITU LOCATED first door west of the Rexall Drug Store ONE DAY ONLY 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. THURSDAY LOCATED first door west of the Rexall Drug Store WE GUARANTEE A SELL OUT AT THESE PRICES! WOW! GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY, FEB. 22 STRICTLY CASH, NO DELIVERIES, YOU HAUL AWAY THE BARGAINS! ,T W.LL PAY YOU TO COME HUNDREDS OF M.LISJ i*Yi M Y©U HAVi HIVE* SAVIP EEfQEH BRINE YOUR fBMCK OR TRA.LIS ANP HAUL AWAY THi IARSA.NS

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