The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 6
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(Fa.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, April 25, 1957 Agreements On Oafs Support Ends April 3Q Farmers living government price support on o;it>. nnd flax- reminded fhis week ASC of- PPerl \vn- by the K. fice thnt nil l.-.-.n? nnd pmrhasc ngreenun!': on 1hr?e e.imninditie.s Will mntuie .,n April l-if). E.'irh farmer having n loan on One or more of these commodities \vill receive r; notice giving ,1 date by which he must either redeem or deliver the commodities. Those having purchase agreements will hnvo until April 30 to tiotify the county ASC nffico Vi-hcther they intend to deliver any of the covered commodity. Any oats or flnxseed under Warehouse-storage loans will be taken over by the government on May ] unless nxlecmed by the owners by April 30. A total of " M.nm bushels of Oats were covered by oustanding loans in Kossuth county as of April 15. On the same date, there Were oustanding loans in the county on 358 bushels of flaxseed April 30 wffl marl^the opening Of the second price ^Ufport settlement period of trW^ear. The first settlement period was for wheat and grain sorghum loan? and purchase agreements which matured on March 31. Loans and purchase agreement? on soybeans will mature on May 31, and those on corn on July 31 Register $8 New Vehicles, April A total of 88 new vehicles have been registered in the office of the county treasurer during the past month. *$& Owners and make of vehicle are: Chevrolet — Lone Rock Co-Op Exchange; J. A. Hauptman, Wesley; Clayton Angle, Swea City; K. L.: Brayton, Algona; Victor Rochleau, Algona; Ida Velma Cook, Burt; J. H. Smith, Algona; D. D. Schmidt, Lone Rock; Linde Imp. Co., pickup, Swea City; R. P. Vanderhoff, Burt; Lawrence Govern, Titonka; F. F. Mueller, Fenton; W. R. Phelps, pickup, Swea City; Glenn Householder, Lone Rock; Paul Black, Algona; Anthony Grabianowski, ' Armstrong; D. C. MetEger, Burt; Mrs Dorothy Kahler, Burt; H. E.' Hanson, Algona; E. J. Mario w, Bancroft; C. W. Priebe, Fenton; Richard Kochler, Swea City; Elmer Gray, Buffalo Center; R. J. Reinsbach, Bancroft? L a V e r n Baldus, Algona; and D. L. Christ, Lakota. International — Wesley Co-Op gonn; and Jnnc I. Lynch, Lone Rock. Lincoln — A. L. Cotton, Lone Rork. CMC—Cook's Welders Supply, Algona. Plymouth — C. P. Lloyd, Alponn: A. R. Prtprson. Titonka: L. C. Johnson. Alponn: Irma Craw- fnrd. Algona: and Rrv. H. Smidt, Bint. Dodge — G. M. Harris, Algonn; Edith Perriva1, Al.conn: Alpona Co-Op Creamery, trurk; nnd Melford Mitchell, Lone Rock. Olds — A. B. Tvveeten, Svvca City: Reynold Sten/cl. Elmore: Elizabeth Goetz, Wesley; E. R. Chambers. Corwith; and Gerald Frnnkl, Irvington. Volkswagen—L. E. Miller, El- tnore; and G. 'P. Faaborg. Ti- tonkn. Hudson—Alfred Schmidt, Corwith. Buick — John Marte, Whittemorc: and Frank or Emmi Youngwirth, Algona. Cadillac — J. J. Collins, West Bend. 3 Fines — J. P. Court Three persons paid fines following hearings in Justice C. II. Ost\v'inkle's« court this week. Donna M. Keller, West Bend, was fined $5 and costs for improper 'registration; Thomas W. Garry, Bancroft, paid $5 and costs for a stop sign violation; and Leslie Auen, Wall Lake, paid $10 and costs on an overwidth vehicle count. WANT ADS Agricultural Mutual Insurance Ass'n. "After the Storm Conies , the Rainbow" When You Have a Policy With Us BUSHEL PLAN HAIL INSURANCE AT NO ADVANCE IN RATES 6 North Dodge Street Algona, Iowa L. S. BOHANNON ] ITtf We are Shearing Sheep again this Year. Clyde Bristow Phone 6 BURT. IOWA 16-22* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my many friends and all my relatives for their kindness and to those who sent tne cards and gifts and those who visited me while I was in the hospital. I am sincerely grateful for your thoughtfulness which will never be forgotten. Mrs Mathilda Meyer. 17* Creamery. Ford — Edward or Warren Bowman, pickup, Algona; L. H. Laird, Algona; Dennis Carroll, LuVerne; Clarence Schutjer, Wesley; D. H. Illg, Bode; W. J. Budding, Bancroft; Dennis Ruste- meier, Lakota; D. W. Shipley, Algona; Merleic.Risk, Elmore; E.verds Bros., truck, Algona; .Ed Youngwirth, Whittemore; R. E. Kirsch, Bode; Maurice Reding, Irvington; Albert Pearson, Swea City; Evelyn L. Haase, Fenton; W. H. Logemann, Swea City; J. A. Skow, Wesley; Milton Dahl, Algona; Robert and Shirley Lick- <te$g, Wesley; Joseph Berschman, Lakota; Keller Bros.. Bancroft; and American AgJsra.SChem. Co., Algona, Studebaker — Bennie Wibben, truck, Algona; Fred Blumer, Lu- Verne; and J. B. Altman, Irvington. Nash — Joe Skarpness, Swea City; F. F, Fett, LuVerne; and Esther J. Harms, West Bericl. Mercury Koss. Co. Imp., Lone Rock; H. }O. Esser, Whitte more; F. A. Christ, Lakota; Robert Horton, Algona; John Alberts, Buffalo Center; and Camilla Ford, Bancroft. ipontiac — W. E. Keck, Algona; Kenneth Ditsworth, Bancroft; Ernie Williams Po^Cad., Al- CARD OF THANKS' We wish to express our gratitude for the kindness shown to us at the time of the death of pur husband and father, W. J. Sigsbee. The floral offerings, memorial gifts, messages of condolence and the service of friends were deeply appreciated. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee, Mr and Mrs Hai'lan Sigsbee and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Sigsbee and family, Mr and Mrs W. E. Beardsley and family. 17 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation for the kindnesses and remembrances following the tragic death of our beloved son and brother. Mr and Mrs Nicholas Krieps and family. 17 CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to our relatives, friends and neighbors for masses, food and other acts of kindness shown during the recent sickness and death of our beloved mother. We are especially grateful to the nuns and nurses at St. Ann hospital; also to the ladies who were kind enough to take over cooking tasks. The Katherine Downs family. 17* CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all my relatives and friends for the prayers, cards and flowers I received while I was in the hospital in Rochester. Nick Fisch. 17* -- ..„„.. HIii.i M mi i u HIIwui 4LUI.K i • " '"•» l MW*miMIMWMfWMPBMWMHHlMf|l B argain listers MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS 3*99 RAINCOATS ^^^^ -.^jBy mHi^f 4ljfJiF MENS NYLON NECK TEE SHIRTS 3 for Si CORK SOU! WORK SHOES 4.99 L 8ET __________ _________ _ ..... __ , Diamond's Surplus FTOW Courthous* FOLDER'S Coffee DRIP OR REGULAR GRIND SHOP at PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Finest Quality, Delicate Flavor SPRING FAREWAY and SAVE .Medium • Small O Ne. 303 Rosedale r* Cans BORDEN'S NEW .LOW CALORIE FROZEN DESSERT SNO-KING 1/2 Gat. 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