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Algona Host To County 4-H Units, March 9 47 Groups Plan Displays In Local Store* Kossuth 4-H boys and girls wil oe guests of honor, Saturday of £f, X i ^ W u el k M ^ rch 9 - at the an " M 1 4 ", H Day in A1 g°na. Nearly every county club will be represented in an Algona place of business with a display, and by the presence of the clubr lead- Pi' or the president or vice president of the various clubs. Girls 4-H Clubs Algona Aces — Hutzell's store, Mrs Bernard Yeoman, Patricia Hirt and Rosemary Medin. Bancroft Busy Bees—Graham's c.iTSv Lensi "g and Christine Schiltz. Blue & White — Sharp's Jewelry, Mrs Lawrence Menke, Barbara DeGeeter and Linda Weber. Buffalo Boosters — Rusk Drug, Mrs C. F. Callies, Sharon Carroll and Betty Hatten. Burt Blue Birds — Ray's Market, Mrs Raymond Lovstad. Sherry Bernau, Marilyn Hinckley. Cresco Chums — Elva & Jessie's, Mrs Ethel Chamberlain, Delores Eisenbarth and Madonna Gisch. Eagle-Ettes — S. & L. Store, Mrs Lloyd Thorson, Karen Gor- aczkowski and Judy Hurlburt. Fenton Forwards — Foster Furniture, Mrs Ray Laabs, Ruth Miller, Judy Voigt. Grant Go-Getters — Wiltgen Jewelry, Mrs Wallace Reynolds, Caren Ramse, Beverly Waterbury. Greenwood Girls — J. C. Penny Co., Mrs Albert C. Kollasch, Karen Wilhelmi and Rachel Menke. Irvington Ideals Leah's Bakery, Mrs Martin Seiler, Wilma Brown, Judy Froehlich. Lakota Luckies — Chrischilles Store, Mrs C. A. Gutknecht, Ilona Hertzke, Donna Hertzke. Ledyard Lassies — Shilts Shoe, Mrs Maurice Keil, Betty Herzog, Jane Egesdal. Lone Rock Rockets — Iowa State Bank, Mrs Geo. Kissner, Susan Montgomery and Janice Kissner. Lotts Creek Lassies — Fareway store, Mrs Clara A. Thul, Mary Loebach, Alice Elbert. LuVerne Live Wires — Honsbruch Drug, Mrs John Voss Jr., Shirleen Schnetzer, Judith Naffziger. LuVerne Peppy Pals — Council Oak, Mrs Leonard Birnbaumer, Carol Chambers, Myrna Birnbaumer. Plum Creek Elite — Home Federal, Mrs Cliff Benschoter, Janice Bode, Jean Keith. Prau-ie Pals — Sorensen Grocery, Mrs Herman Wise, Darlene and Dolores Studer. Riverdale Rustlers 1—Consumer's, Mrs Alvin Klein, Alma Illg, Kay Ann Frideres. Riverdale Rustlers 2 — Bjus* trom/s, Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Cathy Hilbert, Phyllis Thilges. Seneca Sparklers — Cowan Bldg. Supply, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Susan Sullivan and Barbara England. Seneca Stars — No. Iowa Appliance, Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Karen Larson, Dorothy Petersen. Swea Sweethearts—Harrison's, Mrs "June Ewing, Judith Pulver, Margaret Verbrugge. Swea Sunbeams — Beecher Lane, Mrs Ralph Walker Jr., Kay Fitzgerald, Betty Clark. Union Aletheans — Fowler's, Mrs Glen Jenkinson, Jeanette Bjustrom, Betty Thilges. Wesley Wizards — Davis Paint, Mrs Ralph Tjaden, Nancy Tjaden, Julia Wubben. Boys 4-H Clubs Algona — Algona Produce, Robert Mayer and Don Froehlich. Buffalo — Western Auto, Maurice Bilsborough, Robert Fritz, Lowell Bilsborough. Burt — Diamond Surplus, Wallace Hawcott, J. D. Andrews, Joe Cunningham. Fenton — Hall-Strahorh, Ervin Borchardt, Norman Bellinger, Jack Munch. Garfield — Jack's OK Tire, Ray Frieden, Aaron Anliker, Richard Banwart. Grant — Nat'l Farm Loan Ass'n, Soren Pedersen, Henry Pedersen, Henry Pedersen, Jerry Payne. Greenwood — > Gamble's, Gerald Suderberg, Dave Kollasch, Bill Vaske. Lakota — Taytor Implement, Paul Trenary, Richard Friets, James Winter. Lotts Creek — Kent Motor, Bill Kuecker, Francis Bjustrom, Alan Walker. LuVerne — Kelley Lumber, Charles Brown, Jim Behnkendorf, Dave Hobscheidt. Plum Creek — Kossuth Motors, Eugene Drager, Roger Keith, Don Etherington. Portland — Botsford Lumber, Earl Zwiefel, Leroy Davis, Richard Trunkhill. Prairie — Hub Clothiers, Frank Grant, Jerry Grant, Kermit Studer. Ramsey — Hood's Grocery, Leander Vaske, Pay Vaske, Duane Grandgenett. St. Joe — Dau's Garage, Bernard Thilges, Gerald Redmg, Ronald Illg. Seneca — Bradley Bros., Earl Crouch, Duane Johannesen, Ray Wilberg. Swea & Harrison — Coast to Coast, Cecil Thoresoni Duane Jensen, Bill Wiskus Union — F. S. Norton & Son, Kenneth Strayer, Jack Henry, Dean Dodds. Wesley — Kohlhaas Hardware, Joe Skow, Philip Asa, Dwight Seaberg. Whittemore — Zender s, John j. Mosbach, Marvin Loebach, Maurice Besch 1 State left Ottlp; Ia« ESTABLISHED 1863 entered as second class matte* at thft postotftce at Algona, Iowa, Nov. 1. 1932, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A160NA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FI6RUARY 2S, 3 SECTIONS - 20 PAGES VOL. 94 - NO. 9 LuVerne Girls To State Meet • L " v "" e ' 8 . Li ,°" 8 ,' Ko ""*h county's first representative in the girls state basketball tournament since Lakota in 1940, are shown in the above photo. sexte * is shown seated in front. They are, left to right, Rosemary Carroll, Mary Tooley, Patty Patterson, Nancy Hippen, Kay Richardson and" are Coach Bryce WickeJ.t, Gertrude Galloway, chaperone, Myrna Larimer. Standing, left to right, Karen Baker, Sandra Patterson, Kay , , , , Brink, Becky Stripling, Eleanor Rockwood, Sally Hardcopf, and Sharon Reddel. and Sonja Goetsch, nnnuoopo * * managers. LuVerne played its usual steady and heady game in sidelining Plover, 62-61, at Pocahontas Sat* narlf "(UDl^Enr ' ) district meet, and enters the state tourney with a 21-4 season won-lost Mrs Gilmore Rites Saturday At Clear Lake Mrs Irene Gilmore, 70, a form- r resident of Algona, died early Thursday morning, Feb. 21, in a VTason City hospital where- she had been a patient for several days. Her death followed a heart attack. Funeral services were held Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Wilcox Funeral Home at Clear Lake. -Rev. William R; Borland, Methodist minister, Clear Lake, officiated, and burial was in Riverview cemetery here. Pallbearers were Ray McWhorter, Walter Hanna, Harlan Toppin, Arleigh Eddy, Winston Weaver and Thorkel Sonorol. Irene Jamison, daughter of John and Mary Jamison, Was born May 1, 1886 on a farrft northeast of Algona. She attended rural school in that* area and was a graduate of Algona high school. She.was married in 1909 to Roy ] Gilmore. They lived in this area for a while, then moVed to Minburn. She returned to Algona in 1928 to care for her parents, and lived until nine years ago in the family home on south Minnesota street here. She was a nurse and ran a rooming house while living here, and continued nursing after moving to Clear Lake in 1948. Survivors-include a son, Marion, Milwaukee, Wis., a daughter, Edna (Mrs Nick Litzel,) Clear Lake, a grandson, and a cousin, Ray McWhorter of Burt. Mention Loss As State Appointee There are reports being carried in the daily press that Casey Loss, Kossuth county stale representative, is being mentioned as a possible appointee to the post of Iowa liquor control commissioner. If there is any basis to the rumors, the Algona man would succeed Harold Wolfe of Mason City, a Republican whose term expires July 1. Logs is a Democrat. Loss is a former law officer, sheriff of Kossuth county, and at present a member of the. legislative committee on police and law affairs. , I, Chapman Rites, LuVerne Funeral services for Frank I. Chapman, 86, retired hardware merchant in LuVerne who died at his home Feb. 20, Wednesday, were held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Evangelical United Brethern church in LuVerne with the Rev. J. Paul Stevens officiating. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery. He was in the blacksmith business in LuVerne for many years before going into the hardware business. He retired in May, 1956. Mr Chapman served on the board of education and the town council in LuVerne for many years. He is survived by: his wife; two sons, Irvin Chapman of LuVerne and Leo Chapman of Seattle, Wash., four grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. ... dinner the visiting. 4-H officers will be guests @| thj store, Mrs Wicks Home From Hospital Mrs OrviUe Wicks, who arrived home recently from Rochester, Minn., after six weeks in the hospital where she underwent major surgery, is recuperating gradually. While Mrs Wicks was in the hospital, Orville was given instructions in therapy. He spends two hours giving therapy treatment. One complete side of her body is paralyzed, but it will gradually come back, to normal with these therapy treatments. Mrs Wicks is unable to do any writing, so would like to thank everyone for the gifts, letters, cards and things done for her during her stay in the hospital and also for the family now that they are .home. She is deeply aj>- precj§tive of ail the kindnesses, Lucia Wallace Operetta, Mar. 6 A completely costumed operetta based on an old theme "Mother Goose" will be presented Wednesday, March 6, at 7?30 p.m. in the Lucia Wallace gym. Students in grades kindergarten through 3rd will tell the story of the flight from real life into a magic "Land of Dreams Come True.'/ Fern Stanton, principal, and grade teachers are assisting Beverly Mawdsley, music director, in the production. • The cast includes Cheryl Rusk, Phil Taylor, Kathy Hardgrove, Danny Merryman, Sally Bay, Susan Moulton, John Frederick, Teresa Deines, Ruth Ann Legler, Linn Taylor, Linda Frederick, Kevin Lynch, Marne Parrot, Linda and David Ruhnke, Lark Whittemore, Roger .Barr, David Williamson, and Brian LaBarre. The 4th, 5th, and 6th grades are beginning rehearsals on their musical production -to be presented April 9th. Mission Series At Lone Rock Mr "Skip" Westphal of Manson will, be the first speaker at a School of Missions at Lone Rock scheduled for the first three Sunday evenings in March. Mr Westphal will report on his four month journey in Africa centered in the Mau Mau Land during the uprisings there. He will use recordings' and slides to illustrate his 1 lecture. Mrs Westpha.! has appeared on Herb Palmbeck's TV program and jlso been interviewed over WOI- TV. He has made a series of 19 •ecordings for Radio Monitor in New York City. A number of his articles have appeared in leading magazines concerning the Mau Maus. Each of the three meetings of the school will begin with a fellowship supper in the community room, of the church at 6:30, The program will begin in the church at 7:30 with Mr Westphal, the first Sunday in March. A movie to be shown the second Sunday and Mrs Leon Blake will bring the closing message on the third Sunday evening. Mrs Blake is from Estherville. No Contests In Algona, County School Election Election of school board |members in Algona, and two members to the County Board qf Education, promised to be tame and quiet, March 11. • No contests have developed for any of the school positions. In Algona, Robert Deal and Perry Collins are both candidates for reelection to the, Algona school board without oppositions for three-year terms. Deal was appointed some months back to fill the vacancy created when Paul Hurn resigned. Deadline for filing is noon, March 1. In the County Board of Education vote, two positions are to be filled. Wayne Smith of West Bend is candidate for member-at-large without opposition He would succeed J. C. Mawdsley of Algona who is not a candidate for reelection. The other candidate, to succeed himself, is Ted Wallentine of Lakota, from Area 4. He represents Ledyard, Lakota, Grant and Titonka areas. The deadline for filing for these posts has already passed. Most other towns in the county report no special interest in the elections. In most cases, candidates to succeed themselves are unopposed. SENTRAL MARCH 9 VOTES AGAIN ON BONDS Voters in the Sentral Community school district of Lone Rock, Seneca and Fenton will vote again, for the 9th time, Saturday, March 9. The voting this time will take place at the public school in Fenton. Previous votes have been at Lone Rock. The proposed measure is to determine whether or not $450,000 in bonds shall be issued to procure a .site and build a new high school, and procure and improve an athletic site. Commercial Club Elects, W-Bend Election of officers of the West Bend Commercial Club took place recently. Carl Vohs was named president, B. K. Peterson is secretary-treasurer, and newi directors are Mr Peterson, Robert Jones, Dr. R. O. Drown and Mel Roupe. A. E. Pertl, secretary treasurer f9r the past 13 years, resigned his post. Initiation For Six At V.F.W, At a special meeing of VFW post 2541, Sunday afternoon, here, Howard Chloe, state service officer, spoke, and initiation ceremonies for six men were conducted by the 6th district ceremonial team. During the meeting, Commander Wilbur Zeigler announced that $75 had been contributed to the March of Dimes fund. . Annual election officers of the post will take place at the March 13 meeting. Boost In Gas Rate Asked By North. Natural A recent announcement made by Northern Natural Gas Co.. suppliers of natural gas to 385 mid-west communities, including Algona, appears to be raising a storm of protest from the distributing utility companies throughout the area Northern Natural serves. The announcement, to the effect that Northern Natural is petitioning the Federal Power Commission for authority to raise its rates to gas — distributing utility companies in the amount of over G million dollars annually, is drawing attention from a wide area. If permission for the rate increase is allowed by the FPC, it would moan a 7.15% increase in the cost of gas at Algona, according to Dick Carr, manager of North Central Public Service Co. here. In this instance, according to Carr, should the Northern Natural petition be granted in Washington, D. C., it would be necessary for the increase to be reflected in higher gas rates locally. Northern Natural Gas Co., supplies natural gas to 385 communities in Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, South Dakota and Kansas. They say the requested increase results from higher prices paid for new gas supplies and increased operating costs. A spokesman for Northern Natural also said the producer must now drill to a depth of almost three miles to obtain new gas supplies. According to officials of North Central Public Service Co., which distributes natural gas in Dubuque, Perry and Fort Madison, in addition to Algona, a period of approximately six months will be required by the Federal Power Commission to study the Northern Natural request. Representatives of the utility are engaging in a protest fight against the increase, which if granted, would of necessity have to be passed on to gas users. The Washington, D. C. hearings on the petition will be attended by "Worth, Central Public Service representatives. To enlist further support against a possible rate increase, representatives of the local utility firm, North Central Public Service Co., plan to request backing against the petition from area sources, including the Algona city council, it was stated by Dick Carr. Broken Wrists For Two Boys Titonka — Donald Gigler, son of Mr and Mrs Jake Gigler Jr., slipped and fell while doing chores at a neighbors and broke his wrist in two places Saturday. His arm was put in a cast immediately. Vaughn Krominga, 9-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Gene Krominga, fell from a tree at the neighbor's yard Tuesday evening and broke his arm at the wrist and elbow. He fell from the tree with the weight of his .body upon his arm. His arm was set and put in a cast. Bit & Spur Club Elects Officers 1957 Corn Acreage Reserve Signup Far Short of '56 Total Trades Business For Farm Jess Lindebak of LuVerne has traded his International* Harvester implement business in LuVerne to Roland Walline of Pequot Lakes, Minn., for a 666-acre farm near Pequot Lakes, it was announced last week. Mr Walline will take possession of the business here March 1, He is married and the couple have an 11-year-old daughter. The family will move here this week. Mr and Mrs Lindebak will continue to make their home in LuVerne. Mr Lindebak has been in the implement business in LuVerne since 1940, and previous to that he .' was in the grain business. Sexton Farmer Critically III Robert L. Hutchison, who farms four miles north of Sexton, went into a coma in Veteran's Hospital at Des Moines Monday night and at latest reports is In critical condition. Mrs Hutchison left immediately to be with him. Mr Hutchison has been a patient at Des Moines for the past two months. He has been a resident of the Sexton area for several years. of Air Reservists Get Duty Tour Captain Max Bartholomew __ Algona has recently returned from a two weeks tour of active duty at Ellsworth Air Force Base, Rapid City, S. D. Col. Luther J. Fairbanks of Burt is now on a two weeks tour of duty at Offut Air Force Base, Omaha. Both men are officers in the Air Force reserve after active duty including World War II. its the Algona Bit & Spur had annual meeting Feb. 11 at Moose hall. Donald Peterson was re/elected president; Dick Balk; vice • president; Mary George, secretary and treasurer"; Doris Culbertson, news reporter. Two new directors elected were Clair Roepke and Bill Dodds. Directors carried over from last year are jlenn Culbertson and Ethel Bulton. A potluck lunch served after the meeting. 'Boy Week'At St. Ann Hospital It was unofficially "Boy Week" at St. Ann hospital in Algona during the past 'seven days Nine babies were delivered here during that time, and eigh' were boys. Lone little gal to arrive was a nine pound daughter for Mr and Mrs Donald Coleman of Algona. Her admirers were sons of Mi and Mrs Donald Conrad, Whitte- mor-e; Mr and Mrs John Carlson, Burl; Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit, Mr and Mrs Bruce Holding and Mr and Mrs C. L. Elmore, Algona; Mr and Mrs E. J. Thul, Bode; Mr and Mrs Roland Kollasch, Bancroft; and Mr and Mrs Delmer Reding, Irvington. Largest baby delivered was the Reding's. He weighed in at 10 pounds, seven ounces. was New I.S.C. Coach To Speak Here Iowa State College's new football coach, Jim Meyers, former assistant to Red Sanders at UCLA, will be the tfeatured speaker at the annual athletic banquet which will be held in the high school annex April 8. The Kiwanis club is sponsoring the banquet and members of all athletic squads at the high school and St. Cecelia Academy will be invited to attend. Glen Graham is general chairman. Other chairmen include Dick Carr and Beecher Lane, publicity ' and tickets; All win Huenhold and Pat Montag, decorations; and O. B. Laing and Lawrence HutzeU, program. Start Plans For Red Cross Drive Preparations are underway for the annual Red Cross drive for funds. Algona chairmen have been named as follows: Algona business district, Dr. Joseph Rooney, Gordon Ditlevson and Bob Diekmann; ward 1, Mrs Elizabeth Post and Mrs Robert F. Perry; ward II, Mrs Merlin Baker, Mrs James Kolp, Mrs Ray Gilbert, Mrs Elmer Cook, Mrs Al Boekelman, Mrs Nat Bangs, Mrs LeRoy Lee, Mrs Frank Moulton and Mrs Eugene Hutchins; ward III, Mrs Lionel Hovey and Mrs Ken Peirce; ward IV, Mrs Harold Sundet and Mrs Olga Jordan. March Of Dimes Fund At $4,579 With the final total still not known, $4,579 has been netted by the recent March of Dimes campaign in Kossuth county. According to Oliver Carlson, chairman, a $100 donation was the largest received- \ February Ends With Mildness The temperature reading remained favorable in this area Wednesday, The story for the week was one of two warm spells surrounding a cold one. Low mark was a four below zero reading Friday, while the high was a nice warm 50 Monday. H Feb. 20 35 Feb. 21 32 Feb. 22 11 Feb. 23 — 22 Feb. 24 , 39 Feb. 25 50 Feb. 26 44 Everyone seems to be looking for a real early spring, but, according to prognosticators, it isn't time yet to put away those snow shovels. L 11 10 -4 3 26 32 Wesley Dutton Dies; Resident Here 68 Years Funeral services for Wesley A. Dutton, 85, resident of Algona for more than 68 years, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Mar. 1, in the Methodist church with Rev. Harry Whyte officiating. Burial will be in the Irvington cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral will be Mo- Dutton's nephews. They are Eugene Worden, Fred, Walter and Ira Dutton, Clifford Juhl and Ralph Campbell. Mr Dutton died early Wednesday morning in St. Ann hospital following a two year illness. He had been a patient at the hospital since Feb. 14. Wesley Aaron Dutton, son of John R. and Katherine Stark Dutton, was born Aug. -9, 1871, at Alden, 111. He came to Algona in 1888 and married Margaret Frambach here Ocfc 17, 1894-. They: celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary with a party at the KG Hall here two years ago. He was a partner in the Dutton qnd Sorensen Grocery store and for many years was associated with Dave Leffert in the Algona Flour and Feed store. He was a Mason and a member of the Methodist church. Mr Dutton is survived by his wife and a brother, Orin J. Dutton of Sante Fe, New Mexico. English Girl A Local Visitor Mr and Mrs Richard Nielsen and 10-month-old baby are visiting here with his grandmother, Mrs J. H. Nielsen, and her daughter, Florence Sorensen. Mrs Nielsen and Florence met the younger Nielsen family at Des Moines a week ago Tuesday when they flew in from England where Richard had spent 3 Ms years as staff sergeant m the air force. Richard's wife is English and making her trip here for the firs time. Richard received his discharge from service on his ar rival in New York, He has spenl 5% years in the air force, The family now plans on making their home in California where Richard will enter YMCA work, Scouts To Aid Goodwill Project Cub and Boy Scouts will assist the Goodwill Industries in collecting clothing for the handicapped in a drive slated for April 13. Clothing bags will be distributed to every home in Algona on Saturday, April 6, to be picked up April 13. E. H. Hutchins and Glenn Graham of Algona are supervising the local Scout project for Goodwill Industries. Airman On Visit Whittemore — Norman Barbe$ arrived here from Chanute Air Force Base at Rantoul, III. last Thursday to spend the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Bar,ber. He returned to his duties at the base Sunday forenoon. Mr and Mrs Barber also received a letter from their son Russell who was stationed in California, stating that he would leave for Korea on Monday, Fun Night Held At Grant School Swea & Eagle — At the Grant Township Consolidated school Friday night, Feb. 22, a "Fun Night" was planned with families in the community attending. The event was also planned as a farewell party honoring families leaving the community. The Lars Skaar family and William Barger were among those honored. The event began with a supper at 6:30. A program followed, with F. M. Koons in charge and then a social hour followed. William Barger is moving to Swea City. The Lars Skaar family to Minnesota. Irene Aukes To Head Tyke Drive Titonka — Mrs Irene Aukes has been chosen as chairman for the Red Cross drive for the Town of Titonka and she will attend a kick off rally to be held at Swea City at the Legion Hall, Feb. 28, at 7:30. Helping her will be Mary Ann Rippentrop, Mrs Con Schmidt, Marylin Akkerman, Mrs Pat Haynes, Minnie Parmkuk, Mrs Harry Mehlan, Betty Hatten, Mrs Katheryn Swan, Jennie Harms, Gordon Hansen, Janice Intel-mill, Mrs Amos KromingS, Mrs QlenjR Miller and, fcjrs Gtae ,. f Mg work wiU toe PD or before March 3J. Most Soil Bank Funds Likely To Go Unused While it may not be true In all areas, it appeared likely that only a small percentage of Kossuth farmers would take part in the 1957 corn acreage reserve program of the soil bank. The Kocsuih A.S.C. office said Wednesday thai only 87 corn agreements had been signed at the county ASC office here. These agreements call for total payments of $63,414.70 for underplaniing of corn allotments. There are 3,797.6 acres signed up for the remainder of 1957 in the acreage reserve. In 1956 there were 1506 sign- ups for this same program involving total payments of about $875,000. Deadline March 8 Kossuth county, with heavy participation in the corn acreage reserve program, could receive $775,478 if 100 percent of its appropriated funds were used. At • the minimum, $383,900 or 40 percent will be allocated the county. If all of Kossuth's potential appropriation is not used, the surplus could be used, elsewhere if signups are heavier. Deadline for filing the corn acreage reserve agreement portion of the soil bank program is March 8. - - Couniy ASC off iciais' said they believed the small'signup to date is "due to :tHe fact 'thaMt :agrfee^' ments to put land into the acreage reserve are signed, iar-mera will also have to reduce their corn allotment. They can, however, still stay in the program and get price supports by planting their allot-, ments without,use of the a'preage reserve portion of the program. • Moving Kossuth Govt. Corn In the meantime, governjnent- stored corn in Kossuth county was beginning to roll to-all-point* of the nation. Over 5 million bushels have been ordered to be shipped out, mostly to terminal elevators. County elevators can ship between sjx and eight cars a day. Approximately three-fourths of of the shipping orders have been received here. Price support rates on 1957 grain sorghum, ilaxseed, soybeans and small grains will be a little lower than those for 1958, it was also announced by the U.S. Dept of Agriculture. 1957 Support Prices Down '. The lower rates were generally expected since the previously announced average support price for 1957 corn, as determined, under the acreage allotment formula in effect this year, is $1.36 per bushel, or 14 cents under the 1956 crop rate, Following are the national average rates for 1957 commodities other than corn which are price-supported in Iowa: barley, 94c; flaxseed, $2.92; grain sorghum, $1,83 per hundredweight or 60 cents a 'bushel; rye, $1,15 pep bushel; and soybeans, $2.09 per bushel, County*by-cpunty rates (op 1957 have not 'been announced. Barley, grain sorghum, oats and rye will be supported at 70 percent of parity in J957 instead, of 76 percent as in 1956. The 1957 soybean support rate is 70 percent instead Q! 75 percent ag in 1956. Flaxseed will <be supported at 65 pea-cent instead of 70 percent. Hesvick Form Hit By Fire of unknown origin deiiroyed a barn on Jhe B«r« ney Hesvick f»im n»w SWM CiJy aj 2 p.m. Saturday, Fob, The btoxA wa* diiccvered by G, w. Johuwn of Swe« CUr« who turn*4 In thp alarm. Thwe ww no em ham» at &§ ita*. Ricbwd swa «| lit* ownwr, bwn of Uu» covfxod by el the

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