The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
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.•*."/....• ,,-'$:•) -- . ^M0<? l£i:- '-"^ PCornloaii Ceti .-,-. com ,loan .rate in' —^uth' county will be x -$li50/ or . foui«, cents .tinder 'the rate for last year s crop, it was announced this ,,we-ek-by Virgil L, Rohlf.m'anager of the county ASC. , ' (Price support rates for 1955 corn .in Iowa, as; in all other comi mercial corn-produciisg/areas of ,the nation, will; reflect 87 percent of.parjtyi Befcause corn acreage •allotments a'rejft, effect,, the suo- v pprt rates- iii the rtbn^commercial areas wlu b$ 15 pet-cen't'of the full rate qf;87i percent of, parity. Ortly, cbrn^r-odufced on farms in cortSpliancS? with corn acreage allbtmeiits : will be eligible for pTice: support! Loans and pur- dhaSe agreements on eligible corn willnbe available from the time of harvest through next May 31 and . they will mature next July 31. The cdrn must grade No. 3 or better,' 6r v Ntd,14 on' the faebr of test weight only, and m.ust be adequately stored/ ';.', ' ' ' As in past years, 'applfcations must be filed with the county ASC . office serving the farm,on which the grain was produced. Chds "Oefliy Burial Aug. 19 . Funeral services for Charles F. Reilly, 87, long-time resident of this area, were held in St. Cecelia's Catholic church Friday, Aug. 18, at 9 a.m. 1 Mbnsignor Mason 'officiated at the rites and burial was in the Livermore Cemetery. He was the last surviving member of a pioneer Livermore family. Hamilton Funeral Home wa= in charge of arrangements. .Mr Reilly died Aug. 18 in a rest home at Emmetsburg. Charles F., -son. of Mr and Mrs James Reilly, was born -May T5. 1868 in Algona. He grew up here< and later taught school and farmed near Irvington. He was well- Knowri in the area. Survivors include several nieces and nephews. He was never married. h 3 Traffic Fines s ; ; : Three men paid fines for' traffic' , 'violations 'in the' court of Mayor Byrbh . Richardson Muring the .' weekr Ralph Schneider, Fenton, t paid $10 and costs foe,,improper .passing,:.Beryl,L. Bentbn;^Mehlp,« •and N. J. Kelley, Algona, .each s paid $5' and costs for stop sign 'violations.': ' • " " • ' Thi'rigs 'are in a rut'at the-Harley Pender farm, near Bonaparte. 'For the third time in'as* many years,.. the Fender's ' barn' was destroyed by, fire. , ''" BLUE RIBBONS , Other .blue ribbon winners fat the-1935 Kossjuth,County Fair, not tabulated .in last' Week's Algona Upper Dei • Moines, are . listed below; ; ; . ; , , ,, . ;, * Beef sCatile , , 1 SWorthorns — Orville Wiebke.- He"refords — Joseph Bradley, Henry Moore, P. M. Christ'ensen & : Son,"Jerry. Waite (who had the grand- champion Hereford heifer), 'Larry Weibke and Magnus Rahm. , > ! i ArigUs -^- Chas. Showalter, and James Bierstedt. Dairy Cattle Holsteins T- H. M. Schoby & Son,; Di H. Berninghaus, Forrest McClure. , . • : ' , ', Ay shires ; Aaron; Anliker. : , .:- . • : ; Guernseys Forrest McClure and W. H. Bos-; worth. . , i Brown Swiss, : . i Kermit Zwiefel. , ' .• • •' • , Jerseys; , .- • •, ; Gene Nurre. ; ,r. > .. Sheep ; • .Dean .Benschotec, Mark,«Bern-' hard,' Kerifleth iGarisohj JS^i-If Fer- iguson; Marvin'Dearchs and Robert Fritz. :. 1 >'•' ^ ->., . •- . -Swine' i : -A '• ;•; Poland Chinas — Louis H. •Reilly. ' ' '"''•."' .Duroc Jerseys — W. J. Stewart, .Seller Bros., Fred Jensen and Dennis Olson. Hampshires — Lester, J. Baas & Son, Lightbbdy '' Bros., Harold Fischer. • V Spotted Poland Chinas — Bert S.. Gerdes & Son. ','./.' '.• Yorkshires — Douglas Downs, Howard. Roalson. / Berkshires — Golden 'Glow Farms, Marilyn Welter'. ' ' ; , Colts Dean Dadds, Dorothy Abbot, Douglas'Downs, Bill Ley, Ronnie Kaltved, J. D. Graham,; Jim T/horn, Dave Lyncji, Chester Webb and B. G. Holcomb. books] din ml -sentriis the/ TedeH'edjs'eveh blus r{blbns,i (vbceii red and one* -whifre^ribboTl Carql ^ihter .received , .the -highest number pf blue ; ribl5ons di^ the senior 'high < cla^si ; .In jthe junior high class, ^Shirley <Smith wbH the' Wheat number of' blue mK^ 1 -!^^ "i| Mejnonstratidri team. Ca^oi h " J 'and Donna! Hertzke, won teview, and MSo^ o^ f 8 . - ^ Mr ' and : Mfg "Md ?( f elkanlb ol Algotta were Sunday-guests a, the home of their ,son-irt«law ahd daughter, Mf* ? £fid Mrs W lyne Lenz. , • -*|-.i ; ; /. • ' > Mr and MrifSfllalfd A^Hds of Jeldvan, MinnHbenf the £ ' nd visiting .thettMaMnljer Dele'van, end Visiting itneirw Ben • Heye|.| Mrs? Mrs iden* and fors Raymond! /onnsJh. Sat* 1 Sori ' f^tfm the taKvtUSy ajtende4iH6 Kossuth ** ; ' •"- " " Y ihtifffalr T ' Ta their trft trip wai Mrs J&Ct. the trtal Robbery. Other YJ.^.^OCO w.u atterided-thb^Vi-al a\ Fort Dodge to... California, Their jshoftfenad because o; S'!\Mmorts to attend 'Lakota Bank — ...... Robbery. OUjer witnesses whv atterided'thb^Vi-al a\ Fort F$dav and Saiurday wer Carl •(S4&M* { tfaWiter, Mr Center TffuHiddy/ Auauif-35,' WSS in kessel nnd~'sh>roh,5dren' bushf . .. . Shaton B.oreiitfush has feturri'ecl home from a Mason City hospital .Where she ' had beeri for two Weeks after having received a broken jaw in an accident playing ball. , • '''.'• 'dtyft'SfrlU ^«l»ld, WdiWayne Heefland, Vernoh Smith, Glenn Mabus, Elmer Paulsen and- Ar* wedding anniversaries o'f Mr ami Mrs .Glenn Mabus '.and Mr and Mfs VeVnon Smith antf Mrs Mabus' birthday. i Mr and Mrs.Chine's Hohn ' ' ntl :r KBet m son, who-, spent i'the sumrS^r mdhtHs'at'tht! Pr. Bea'fdsley nbrnir. evartftg tar jheir jlandjofe. Mr Hohn lit MsfeteV Degree at itate. Teachers College this iKjtavc. j eb- atic su the 1 . Mrs Md\jr fed the " ,' ifflMfi t jachoqJsJ' . J- i«u/^-i tA y 'it arv iiistfuctor in \V6iW iJifldlifeVit at a tM atf hei« hbfne: Sat. ponokS^tne llth- «<*•• d4Ughteii Satty: 7 Bliie Ribbons At Fair!or j Lakota—The "Lakota Luckies" withi Mrs Gertrude Gutclcnect, leadej-, and Mrs Edna Winter, as- "sistan't leader, made excellent 'shoyings at' the Ko'ssuth ,Goum> e. tfub received a-blue-ribbon on its booth and blue ribbons on their special feature and club or- :gan\zation. v Their points numb- b'efed 595 out of a possible COO There were nine blue ribbon ree- In Everything For GIRLS & BOYS CHILDREN'S & SUB - TEEN — Dresses (All the new : fabrics) Coats (g.orge- ous styles in , fleeces, etc.) Blouses (New fabrics & new • colors) • Jackets — Skirts t'"f 'I t » Shirts '••;- : Underwear ' • — IH i mw Pmspf l|s' ; (|^n in Seven- in) "V - f < ;<':?.:? ; { r «*W «i«MW W #« "?w styles, if;^ ft. jpolors) • _ ; ; : ,4 NORTH OF SORENSEN Are Frozen - But Red Hot! Consumers This Week! FROZEN FLORIDA GOLD N6I JUJCE 'L 6-Foot Plastic SWfMMINGPOL Here'* another surprise gifts at CONSUMERS! Some lucky person ^willj be 'the "whiner of this big jumbo pool J Jifci iregister,;;your name » winner named at close of business Saiurday. -And You Get GREEN STAMPS-1o boot! T&fOiK IBM BACONINDS IBS. PURE ALL-^EAT GROND MEAT 3 LEAN AND MEATY BEEF ROAS LB. ARMOUR'S CLOVERBLOOM C-HEESE SPREAD 2 LB; Box GOOD BEEF RIB STEAKS PUR! LARfl MRS. GRIMES GAN5 THOMPSON SEEDLESS PASCAL CELERY LARGE STALK 19 EXTRA.' EXTRA! FRESH FIG BARS:...........ZLbs.59c GIANTv SWEETHEART Soap 4|25c HAPPY HOST Strawberry PRESERVES 10- Ounce Jar FLORIDA GOLD GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS FRESH SANDWICH COOKIES 29< LI, FOLGER'S WITH $5.00 ORDER C Lb, 79 SI4PPS UMERS I ' ^ t ^^B^^^^« ^- j ^^^Mg ^ . ^^^^P^ ': ( '7!*^^P^^^ ."^^^^^^^ ^^fllH WF. ^^^^P^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^p^^* ^^^^^p ^^^^^f^ We

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