The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 12
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V fla.) Upptr PM Motnai Thiifiday, Match 28, Oats Loan Rate For '57 Set At 58c Per Bushel The price support or loan rate for oats produced in Kossuth county in 1957 will be 58c per bushel, it was announced tni«| week by Virgil L. Kohlf, manager of the county ASC. The 195? rate is 5 cents lower than the 1956 crop, as a result of this year's oat being supported at 70 percent of parity instead of 76 percent as in 1956. As in past years, price support on new oats will be available through loans and purchase agreements from harvest time to next January 31. The county rate of .58 cents per bushel will apply to oats grading No. 3. A premiun of one cent per bushel will be allowed to those grading No. 2 or better ahd those testing heavy. A two-cent premium will be allowed for "extre heavy" oats, and a three-cent discount will be made for any found "garlicky". Oats is the only grain for which 1957 county loan rates have been announced. However, the national average rates for othei commodities in .1957 have been fixed at 94 cents per bushel fen barley, $1.36 per bushel for corn raised in compliance with allot* merits, $2.92 per bushel for flax. $1.83 per hundredweight for grain sorghum, $2.09 per bushel for soybeans, and $2 per bushel for wheat: Alt are a few cent? lower than for 1956 except wheat, which is the same. Music Festival At Bancroft Next Sunday Bancrdfi — The North Central D.Y.O. Will hold a music festival at St. John's Gym Sunday,'Mar. 31. The festival is in preparation for the Diocesan Award Day at LeMars 1 in April. Schools taking part besides St John's at Bancroft will be Emmetsburg Catholic 1 , Whittemofe Presentation Academy, St. Joseph's of Bode and St. Cecelia's of Algona. Al Slate Tourney Several boys from St. John's High School attended the State High School basketball tourna- rrtents in Des Moines Friday, They were accompanied by Coach V. J. Meyers and Father Adams. Those attending were seniors, David Schiltz, Jim Vaske, Jim Goche, Tom Clark, Tom McGUire, Elmer Schneider; juniors, Denny Menke, Dougan Flaig, Tom Ratten," David Welp; sophomores, Tony Schiltz and Eddie Rahe. Jim Johrtson also attended With the boys. Richard Menke. Francis lytenke. Alfred Menke anfi, Walter-Merikd attended the Boy's Stat? tournaments in Des Moines Friday. Mr and Mrs Roy ! ;McGuire, Mrs Richard Menke' and Kay spent Saturday in Albert Lea at the Naeve Hospital visiting Mrs Tim Doocy who is a patient tirsgre. Mrs Doocy is a sister of Mrs Richard Menke and Mr McGuire. i Delbert -Ferguson, son of Mrs Maurice Froehle who has been discharged' from the Army re- turrted home Wednesday. Delbert will be employed at the KH Oil Company here. Mr and Mrs Andrew Berens returned to their home here a'fter spending the winter in Chicago, , I1L ,. , Gordon Hutchinsonj son of Mr and' Mrs 'Lloyd Hutchihson left Monday for Vero Beach, Florida, where he will train in the Brooklyn Dodgers farmjjlub, Donna Bergman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman, spent Saturday in - Mason City where she took her Pre-Entrance Test for Nursing. She was accompanied by Alice Menke who also plans to take up nursing and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss. Lyle Torine left Saturday for Pearl Harbor where he is stationed with the Navy. Lyle spent a month's leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Torine. Members of the Senior and Cadet Band of St. John's School entertained Father J. H. BchUltes on his feast day Monday evening by giving a concert in his honor. Father Schultes was presented with roses and a spiritual bouquet by Marilyn Haupert. Henry Lampe who is employ' ed in Cedar Rapids during the winter returned here this week. Lone Rock observed their 15th wedding anniversary on Sunday, March 17. In honor of the occasion Mr Gottlieb Kracht, Mr and Mrs Francis Sullivan and family, Mr and Mrs Art Kracht and family, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Kracht and Linda Sue and Mr and Mrs Ray Kracht and family of Riceville spent the day at the Schmidt home. David Looft Was host to the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club at his home Tuesday evening, March 19. During the business meeting the group made more detailed plans for their Minneapolis trip in early June. Bob Crouch led a discussion and DaVid Looft talked on "Reverence to our Flag." Henry Looft spoke briefly on good parent stock for high production of hogs. Mrs F. J. Sullivan recently submitted to surgery at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mri» Woodrow Ki-acht has been caring for the twin baby Sandra and Mrs Led Schmidt, the twin boy, Jerry, during the past two weeks. The Seneca basketball squad accompanied by their coach, Harold Grunhovd, spent the weekend at Des Moines attending the State Basketball Tournament. While there Raymond Wilberg became ill with pneufnofiia and was hospitalized at the Broad- lawns hospital. He was not able tp return with the group. Former Seneca Girl Bride At Fairmont, Mar. 23 Seneca — A wedding of interest to fehecans was sojemn,ized Saturday evening, March 23, at the Methodist church at Fairmont, when Donna Madge Moore, daughter of Mr at)d Mi's Virgil E, Moore of Dolliver and Arnold Madsen, son of Mi* and Mrs Andrew Madsen of rural Fairmont were united in marriage. , Immediately following' the wedding a reception w#s hfeld {n the church patois foV appro^- rniately 200 guests. The bridal coupleJeft irnme'di- st«ly following the reception on- a two weeks wedding Itfip through the southern States. The bacH who was graduated from SeAeia tfigti School, attended th|, $ngFi£aQ ' Institute o{ Business m Des Moines. She is IJQW employed at Fairmont Railway MolQra. ' ' ' The WwSgWdfn Ira gradUatfe of gijst Chain High School and It engaged in fanning riefcr. Granada, Minn, wbere the cquple wttl Mve wpjft thSf wuru frow e weMiM&m. , , , Quests froi» Seneca m attend- nee at thj wedding AM fecep- ion JWAMfcwJ fee Russell Kauft* Jiang Thompson a n4 Mf «n4 Mrs ust Gsbl<js, , ,«f rtfjf Klwko of O f Ledyard Junior High Girls Win Conference Title Ledyard :*-' ,UEhe Ledyard Junior High' Gfirls Basketball team completed a very success' ful season on Thursday night by defeating Burt in the finals of the Stateline Junior High conference thus winning first place They had defeated Thompson and.Lakota in the first rounds of the tournament. Their coach is Norris Hines. They had an enviable seasons record with 16 wins and no defeats. ffearn members are: Janice OrOg'tz, Pam Keil, Betty Herzog, Sandy-Johnson, Darlene Richter. Dorotliy Zielske, Gloria Pingel, Elaine Steinberg, Donna Ingibrit- son, LaVonne Richter, Beth Johnson, Jeanette Richter, Janet Smith, Sharon Klooster. Carol Runksmeier is manager and the leading scorers were Darlene Richter and Sandy Johnson. / The Modernette Club met at the home of Mrs ted Thilges on Wednesday, March 20th. A dessert luncheon was served to ten members and one guest. Marie Rotterman gave the lesson on "Raising Chinchillas." The nex! meeting will be at Mrs Albert Loofts on April l?th at 7:30. John Hanshorn returned home Tuesday from Guernsey where he had been visiting his sister and her hu.-band, Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobs Mrs Fred Munyer and baby daughter Michelle Kay came home from the Hlue Earth hospital on last Saturday. Mrs Marie Halvorson accompanied Mrs D. A. Carpenter to Albert Lea on last \Vednesday and visited at the home of her niece, while Mrs Carpenter spent the day with Mr Carpenter who was in Naeve hospital. Karen Schroeder went back to Cedar Falls on Monday after spending a few days between terms with her mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder. Ella McDonald and Mary Ellen Farrow returned to Briar Cliff College in Sioux City oh last Monday after spending the weekend with their parents. Mr D. A. Carpenter was able to come home from Naeve hospital in Albert Lea on Thursday having had major surgery last week. George MacKinnon who has been in the Veterans hospital in Des Moines for the past several weeks for treatment came home on Wednesday. Mrs Zilphy Hardt accompanied Mr and Mrs Elmer Anderson of Elmore to Sutherland on Sunday where they visited at the Quentin Hardt home. Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra went to Des Moines on Friday to spend the weekend visiting relatives. Mr and Mrs Chester Johnson entertained her daughter and family, the Ed Munyers of Elmore and Mrs Mary Bashara and Tom at dinner on Friday evening in honor of her daughter's birthday. Mr and Mrs Dale Canfleld went to Grundy Center on Friday, to spend the weekend with Mr Canfield's parents. Mr and Mrs William Fennema and Sandra and Don went to Cedar Falls on Friday and spent the weekend visiting Mrs Fennema's parents, Mr and Mrs J. C. Bailey. Mrs Tim Doocy, who underwent major surgery at Naeve hospital in Albert Lea last week, was able to come home on Saturday. Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel went to Waterloo to spend the weekend at -the home of Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and sons. Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan and family spent the weekend visiting in Minneapolis at the ^home of their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs R. C. Nehotte. Mrs Martha Schroeder and Barbara and Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder went to Wliitte- more on Thursday evening where they spent the evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and made the- acquaintance ot their little new son Craig. Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet this Thursday with the Esther Circle meeting at the church with Mrs Zilphy Hardt and' Mrs Harold Wentworth as hostesses. Mrs Dale Canfield will be hostess to the Mary Circle that evening at her home. Mr and Mrs W. E. Wiemer and Deanna and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer went to Belmond on Sunday to attend the wedding of a relative. Mrs Martha Hagge returned home on Thursday from Mason City where she had been for ten days visiting at the home of her daughter Jeane and family, the Gordon LeWarnes. WINDOW A car driven by Albert Johnson of Waverly jumped the curb and went through a plate-glass window in a monumept works there, 'Brake failure was cause of the damage. Meon All I've B«en Paying Is Interest? 1 One gpod rule when borrowing money is, Know ifctr lender. Another good rule: get it from your bank. You not only get Bank lopnt at bank rates, but a paid-up :$en,k loan it the finest credit reference you can have. O '- '. - ' * Safe Confidential Accommodating WTATM ALL SIZES FOR ALL MAKES YOU NAME YOUR SIZE - WE CAN FURNISH IT IN THIS CARLOAD SALE IF YOUR TRACTOR NEEDS NEW RUBBER, HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY! SPECIAL SPECIAL Expense Paid Tri TO THE HUGE (22,000 TIRES DAILY) FIRESTONE FA IN DES MOINES, IOWA FREE! TO ALL PURCHASERS OF REAR TRACTOR TIRES - AND THEIR WIVES FREE! YOUR TRIP CAN BE TAKEN LATER DURING SUMMER WORK LULL The Des Moines iir$ manufacturing plant was constructed by Firestone' to produce special-purpose military tires. Ground was broken in October, 1944 — and the first tire was produced"* in April, 1945, although the war ended iri September, 1945, Firestone continued to operate the. plant. Since 1948, a succession of expansion programs has more than quadrupled .the size of this very'mod- ern tire producing plant' to provide employment- for more than 4,000 men and women. Headquarters for in* staff of the Western Sales Division of, the Company, which directs Firestone sales operations over a nine state area, also is located in Des Moines. Facts & Figures About This Plant Employment 7 _, 4,000 Approximate Annual Payment for Wages, Salaries, Employee Benefits and other items for Employees „_,--„_ $12,800,000 Value of other Services and Materials Purchased Annually in Des Moines $2,500,000 Ground Broken, for Original Plant _„ _._ October, 1944 First Tire Produced April, 1945 Passenger Tire Daily Production _._. 22,000 Floor Space in Original . Tire Plant 243,000 Square Feet Area after Expansions (1955) 1,255,357 Square Feet Total tires produced from 1946 to 1956 20,000,000 SEE HOW TRACTOR TIRES ARE BUILT I I P. THIS Or Call Us Phone CY 4-2421 BRADLEY BROS. Algona, Iowa Pear Sirs: Will you please call at my farm pn — .-„ (Day) to make a Free. In spec* tion of my present Tractor Tires/ and tp give me your Special Trade-in Allowance for them during this Carload Sale, Direction* to my farm RED-HOT SALE SPECIALS! HHiHijU Exch. plus tax 9 x 38 4-Ply Firestone Tires 9 x 36 4-Ply Firestone Rears 11 x 40 4-Ply Firestone Rears FREE FIRESTONE TRIP Included On NEW TIRE PURCHASES Or Firestone NEW TREADS (WE FURNISH YOU IOANER TIRES) ^^^^^^^^^ . ^^^^ _ ^B^w ^^flp m^Hi ^^^^^^^^ _ ^^P^H^HRP ^^BHBW^ ^^^B ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^P' ^^jjKj^r ^^mPI^ ^BHP South of Algono Hotel FIRESTONE TIRE HEADQUARTERS South of Algonq Hotel

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