The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 28, 1976 · Page 3
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Area appem'ngs... Areo choir in contest ELBOW LAKE-WENDELl^-Tne Elbow Uke-Wendell Concert Choir recently participated in the District 21 large group contest held at Wheaton. They received a superior rating from all three judges that heard them. The Varsity Choir, a training choir composed of ninth and tenth graders, also participated in the contest although it did not receive a superior rating. County NFO meeting The Otter Tail County NFO's regular monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 4, at 8:30p.m. at the Otter Post VFW (northwest of Battle Lake, 2*i miles west of Otter Tail Lake on County Road 1). Nurse education hearing Hearings will be conducted around the state, including one in Fergus Falls, to develop rules for implementing a law requiring continuing education for nurses. The Fergus Falls meeting will be held at the state hospital auditorium May 15 at 1 p.m. Employers, registered nurses and others may attend the meeting, which will be conducted by a member of the State Board of Nursing and a member of the ad- viso ry ta sk force on continuing education. Proposed rules must be" submitted to the state board by Jan. 1. Spring concert, prom HOTHSAY —The Senior Band of Rothsay will present a spring pop concerton May 11 »t8p.m. The junior class will serve refreshments. The Junior-Senior banquet and prom will be held May 1 at the Fergus Falls Holiday Inn. A group from Wahpetqn Science School will furnish the music. Parents and friends are invited to take pictures between 8:30 and 7:30 p.m. Rothsay forms PTO ROTHSAY - The Rothsay PTA voted unanimously to disaf- Bliate with the state and national Parent Teachers Association and become the PTO, Parent and Teachers Organization, with efforts directed toward local projects and concerns. A donation of J50 was voted to give to Station KFME Prairie Public School TV in Fargo. Election of officers for the new PTO are as follows: President, Mrs/ Roger Bilden; vice president, the Rev. Carroll Eriekson; secretary, Mrs. Duane Honrud and treasurer,.Mrs. Alan Brandt. MARKITS SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) (USDA) - Cattle and calves: Wednesday 5,000; slaughter steers 1.00-2.00 lower; betters 50-1.00 lower; eighth straight market day of 1.00 price fluctation—four higher and four lower; cows and bulls steady; choice 10001300 Ib slaughter steers 41.5043.00; load choice and prime 1460 Ibs 42.50; good 1000-1250 Ibs 40.0041.00; choice 1100-1400 Ib Hoi steins 40.0<M1.00, part-loail 41.50; good 39.0040.00; package high choice 1100 Ib slaughter heifers 42.50; choice 850-1100 Ibs 41.00-42.00; good 37.00-39.00; utility and commercial slaughter cows 30.00-33.50; cutter 25.00-31.00; No. 1-2 1400-2000 Ib slaughter bulls 36.0040.00; 11001400. Ibs 34.00-37.00; vealers slow, 3.00-8.00; choice and prime 42.0048.00, few 50.0053.00; choice 32.0043.00; good 25.00-32.00. Hogs: 5,200; barrows and gilts active, steady to mostly 50 higher; 1-3 200-250 Ibs 48.00- Chilly weoffier dominates areas —THE- 1 WEATHER April Weather 1915-76 — 1* 23 2B 30 37 35 33 41 37 33 46 (4 45 44 46 43 IB 47 47 35 48 51 54 53 48 63 IS— -1 2 0 11 25 30 30 27 29 28 27 29 30 36 36 37 40 35 30 29 30 39 41 38 38 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0 .11 .25 0 0 0 .03 .02 .11 .05 .32 .02 .09 0 .02 .01 .07 .20 .10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 62 67 52 57 61 66 65 68 68 72 66 68 67 74 85 78 67 46 68 60 55 59 56 53 62 -ir 35 33 29 34 33 39 32 38 45 29 33 44 53 42 54 54 39 29 43 38 40 42 39 36 34 Pi— PCp 0 0 .02 0 0 0 0 0 .18 0 0 0 .01 0 .111 .05 0 .03 .23 T T .06 .15 .01 0 WEATHER RANGE 1 High Low Pr. Fergus Fails Aleit'dia Bemidji Duliith Hibbing Int. Falls Redw. Falls Rochester SL Cloud 60 36 57 34 S3 29 49 27 53 28 54 29 61 32 56 29 57 27 52 36 1.10 26 62 34 0 50 42 .01 27 60 36 0 Chariest Adams Volunteer Observer Orwell Dam NORTHWEST FORECAST Minnesota: Clear to partly' cloudy today. Increasing cloudiness west with chance of light rain southwest, dear to partly cloudy east tonight. Cloudy west and south with chance of rain southwest, partly cloudy northeast Thursday. Highs loday and Thursday 50s. I/ms tonight 28 to 34 north to 40 south. North Dakota: Stockmen's advisory tonight and Thurstiay. Cloudy with scattered rain southwest, partly cloudy north and east today with highs upper 40s southwest lo near 60 northeast. Partly cloudy northeast, cloudy and cooler with rain possibly miied with snow southwest tonight and Thursday. Ixws tonight 30s. Highs Thursday upper 40s southwest to upper 50s northeast South Dakota: Travelers' advisory in Black Hills today and tonight, stockmen's advisory west and central today and tonight. Occasional rain and chance of thunderstorms west today with wet snow over the Black Hills. Occasional rain and thunderstorms spreading to ccr.tral potions today and into the east by late this afternoon or twiight and continuing over the state through Thursday. Highs today 40 west to low 60s east, l-ows tonight upper 20s to mid 30s west and upper 30s tn low JOs east. Highs Thursday mid and upper 40s west to low and mid 50s east. NEWYORK POULTRY MARKET (.April 27) NEW YORK (AP) (USDA)-Dressed poultry. North- Atlantic carlot and trucktot turkey markets, U.S. grade A, ready-to-cook, frozen, f.o.b. or equivalent: offerings on hens for prompt shipment are about adequate for the fair demand. Light offerings on 22-26 Ib toms and some buying interest is not being satisfied. Occasional loads of grade B hens sold at. 45'j cents with offerings very light. Four 14 Ib breast prices are slightly higher than last week. Sates reported: fryer roasters 4-9 Ibs 50, hens « Ibs •K'i-48, toms 14-20 Ibs 50. 43.50, few 44.00; boars 38.00, few 38.50; weights under 350 Ibs 36.00-40.00. Sheep: 400; limited supply of slaughter and feeder lambs active, 1.00 higher; slaughter ewes steady; shipment choice and prime 100 Ib shorn slaughter lambs 66.00; good and choice slaughter ewes 10.0015.00; utility 14.00-18.00; choice and fancy 60-95 Ib feeder lambs 53.00^6.00. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET. (April 27) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) - Wheat receipts Tuesday 142, year ago 131 Spring wheat cash trading basis unchanged to up 2; prices down 4^i. No. 1 dark northern 11-17 protein 3.41-4.73. Test weight premiums: one cent each pound 58 to 61 Ibs; one • cent discount each V4 Ib under 58 Ibs. Protein price's; 11 per cent 3.41; 12, 3.62; 13, 3.71-3.72; 14, 4.06-4.08; 15, 4.32-4.35; 16, 4.584.63; 17, 4.684.73. No. 1 hard Montana winter 3.16-4.32. Minn-S.D. No. 1 hard winter 3.1W.32. No. 1 hard amber durum, 4.1H.40; discounts, amber 10 cents; durum 20 cents. Corn No. 2 yellow 2.59(4- 2.60V4. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.56-1.71, Barley, cars 54, year ago 112; Larkcr 2.41-3.35; Blue Malting 2.41-3.15; Beacon 2.41-3.20; Feed 1.80-2.40. Rye No. 1 and 2 2.70-2.90. Flax No. 1 rail 6.40; truck 6.35. Soybeans No. 1 yellow 4.65. By The Associated Press Rain, drizzle and snow fell across a large part of the Rock- ies and Plains today as a late- April storm weakened over the midcontinent. Unseasonably chilly weather dominated the eastern half of the country as well, bringing frost and freezing temperatures to an area from the upper Great Ui.es to Ihe Middle Atlantic States and the southern Appalachians. Stockmen's advisories were posted for western portions of the Dakotas and in sections of Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska. Travel advisories were continued through over the southeastern quarter of Montana. Extended Forecast Minnesota: Chance of occasional rain and a few thunder- storms'Friday, north Saturday and Sunday. A little warmer north Saturday, south Sunday. Turning colder extreme north Sunday. High in 50s, except in k>W'6Qs south Sunday. Low in upper 20s and 30s Friday and Saturday, upper 30s and low 40s Sunday. North Dakota: Scattered rain Friday, sunny Saturday and Sunday. High in mid 50s Friday, low 60s by Sunday. Low 30 Friday, mid or upper 30s Saturday and Sunday. South Dakota: Chance of scattered light rain or drizzle east Friday. Wanning Friday through Sunday. High in 50s Friday, rising to mid 60s by Sunday. Low in low 30s Thursday night, low 40s by Saturday night. LOCAL GRAIN MARKET (Wednesday,April28) The storm piled up to 14 inches of snow into parts of the Montana and Wyoming Rockies through Tuesday. Heavy showers and thunderstorms lingered (run central and southwest Missouri into the Texas Panhandle and southwest Kansas. The storms showed little movement, resulting in locally heavy rains and a flashflood watch for central and southeastern Kansas. Rain, drizzle, and some snow also chilled an area from the lower Great Lakes region through southern New England. Feffis (ills (Mi.) Junal Wed., April 28,1976 g Farm agency post filled WASHINGTON (AP) - Seeley G. Lodwiclt, who recently has been with the' American Farm Bureau Federation's Washington office, has been named to the No. 2 post in the Agriculture Department's main farm program agency, the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Lodwick, a native of Wever, Iowa, was appointed associate administrator of the agency, headed by Kenneth E. Krick, the department announced Monday. Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? Since You Asked Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? A columi answerisg questions }-xg.if;.f%f!tf!A WfmmV*. submitted by Journal readers ".-.-.•.v.-.v.v.v.v.-. QUESTION: What is a go«d rental price per acre for al/aHa hayland in Otter Tail County? ANSWER: It is difficult lo state a rental per acre on raj-ground because of yield and quality differences, and other factors such as field location, size and uncertain hay marXet. However good alfalfa hayland is sometimes rented on halves with the totals paying a share of Ihe baling. Mixed or grass hay rent would be less or about a one-third lo two-thirds share rent. Based on last years reports, I would estimate the cash rent on hayland to be between $15 and J35 per acre. ' Ken Rose, County Agent ' (Address your questions It: "Since Vou Asked...," : : : : : : : : -. : : : : : : WM Box Stt, Fergus Falls, Minn. 54537) ••••••••"•" No. 1 Wheat No. 1 Oats Barley Corn Flax Soybeans 3.40 1.45 185 2.45 6.05 4.41 Give your automatic drip coffeemaker afresh start. LOCAL HOG MARKET Market: 50 higher butchers; sows steady; Base number 3 butchers 210-240: 46.25; Closely sorted meat type butchers 210240: 46.7547.25; Sows 270000: 40.5041.00; Boars: 30.00X32.00. NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGG MARKET NEW YORK (AP)-(USDA) - Wholesale egg offerings steady, prices unchanged. NEW YORK (AP)-(USDA) — Butter offerings steady, prices unchanged. Cheese offerings steady, prices unchanged. Even an automatic drip coffeemaker needs the best to do its best. And that's a good reason to buy Butter-Nut :; Butter-Nut is packed fresh, while it's still warm. So when you start with Butter-Nut, you end up with coffee that tastes really fresh. Automatically. Or any other way you make it. DANCE Back by popular demand - one ol Iht top western binds in the area. "STERLING STRINGS" Friday amd Saturday, April 30 amd May I Call 739-9981 to make reservations for Wedding Dances, Anniversaries, Clubs and other Private Parties — Free Rental ol Dance Hall r Kerens 150 to get off to a fresh start. 15* off on your next purchase of any grind of your favorite size, of Butter-Nut ground coffee. Mr. Grocer: \Ve WiH reimb-jrw you I for the Tace amount of ihe ro'^or.. i or i[ i r>e coupon rails for free goorls. I normal i rail pnce.plsrt 55 per I coupon (of ha r-dl^-.g provided you ' and ihe consume 1 ; have cornplied wiih the terms ol ihii offer ri«en- la'ion 'or leoVrrjxion uiihoui such cotnpl-jnce comiH'jies fraud." Invoices piovirg puictuse of w:fit- ctem yocXol o-jrbrandisito cover coupons p:esen:ed for r«I«:r.pei3a muii be shown upon request. C'jswrwr tr.uM pay any sa!es V*. 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