GRAND CHAMPION BARROW AT AUSTIN (MEAT-TYPE... of Course) f lj \jj I FANCY PORKCHOPS—This grand champion barrow at the 1955 National Barrow Show held at Austin, Minn., sold for $4.50 a pound. Behind the animal are its owner, Oscar W. Anderson (wearing hat), Leland, III., and Lowell Smith, Algona, Iowa, who bought 7f. Gerald Anderson (left) and Rolland Anderson are the owner's sons. The grand-champion , weighed 220 pounds and brought $990. (Cut courtesy Mason City Globe-Gazette). • .' I • . WE BOUGHT IT BECAUSE WE BELIEVE IN CONSISTENTLY ENCOURAGING PORK RAISERS TO PRODUCE BETTER, MEAT-TYPE ANIMALS . . IN OTHER WORDS, WE PAY * . •-* PREMIUM PRICES for MEAT-TYPE HOGS Call 170 — Today — We'll Come To Your Farm, Tell You Your Amount Of Premium, For Delivery To Us Fridays. ' V 1 WESTERN BUYERS MEAT TYPE $ FRIDAY IS M-DAY PREMIUM PRICES SEE US FIRST Here Are Your Local Western Buyers Representatives GAYLE JOHNSON Swea City t MURPHY LIVESTOCK Livermore - LoVerne • Corwith RAY KRANTZ Titonka E. K. JOHNSON Fenton DALE DUNDAS Burt ALEX RADIO J. B. MERTZ Lone Rock West Bend MURRAY ELEVATOR & WELP LIVESTOCK - Bancroft LOU NITZ Lakota-Ledyard WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEV. Whittemore HERMAN NORLAND Cylinder % YOUR BEST MARKET - SEUINQ TO OVER 200 PROCESSORS OF PORK * . '.. - '!, ' .' •;.;'.'.. PHONI 170 * ALOONA, IOWA Ilgona tippet Be* ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1955 VOL. 92 - NO. 39 Hi Jinks * * * * Devoted io "Behind The Scenes" Items From Algona High School. Those who saw Thornlon Wilder's play, "Our Town", on television might be interested in knowing that it will be the Junior class play this year. Poor Mr Wilder. After last . year's Juniors butchered the play in American Literature, he can only hope for better things this year. * * * Yes, you learn something in government class every day. One gem sounded like a ditty Chiquita ; Bamma sings: '. t "For you should never put salt In your radiator." * * * ' After three weeks of apples for teacher, apple poems, and drifting apples in Lit class, the student council organized an apple polisher dance last Saturday night. A lot of apples were polished off, too. * * * AHS's poet laureate, Mr Palmer is on his toes in every department. His discussion and debate class is conducting trials with students acting as prosecuting and defene attorneys. With the squirrel season open, you can never tell when a good lawyer might come in handy. » * * People may have wondered just what was happening at school as they saw AHS girls limping down the street. The answer: A class in modern dance with exercises to iron out the kinks and the waistline. * * * The Cisco Kid rode again in study hall last week, but only for a short time, as the teacher soon confiscated the comic books and made jigsaw puzzles out of them. —SS Use plenty of water to cook food scraps and waste to be fed to swine. 62 Cents Lb. Set In Govf. Wool Program The shorn wool incentive price for the 1956 marketing yenr will be 62 cents per pound of wool, grease basis, the same as for the present marketing year, it was reported this week by Virgil L. Rohlf, office manager of the Kossuth county ASC committee. The 1956 wool marketing year begins April 1, 1956. The incentive price for 195G is equivalent to approximately 100 percent of the August 15, 1955, parity price for wool. As under the current 1955 program, the department of agriculture will make payments to producers 01 shorn wool on a percentage of each producer's cash return from wool sales rather than a flat cents-per-pound rate. Also as under the current program, pulled wool payments for the 1956 marketing year will be made on the marketings of live lambs and sheep. The rate of pulled wool payments will be determined after the price received by all producers for shorn wool is known. The wool incentive payments for the 1955 marketing year, which ends next March 31, will be made next summer. Similarly, the incentive payments for the 1956 marketing year, which will end March 31, 1957, will be made in the summer of 1957. Incentive payments in the wool program will be made through county ASC offices. BOB CAT Don Busick of Belmond, now with the marines at Las Vegas, and a fellow marine were accosted by a bob cat while patrolling an area near the camp. Being unarmed, they resorted to throwing rocks and dispatched the bob cat. 1 It weighed 30 pounds. When VmmReally Shines! When you get your picker in the corn field, that's when you're really glad you planted Pioneer. Then you see how Pioneer's extensive research, yield tests and picker tests Uing you bumper yields and easy picking ORDER NOW Aaron Steussy—Algona R. I. Mawdsley-Algona C. L. Bailey-Algona Eugene Kollasch-Bode Harold Jones-Swea City T. O. Johnson-Swea City Wm. Marti nek-Wesley Walter Vaudt-Whittemore Bormann-Weydert Nuptials Sept. 13 At Livermore Livermore—Nuptial vows were exchanged Tuesday morning, Sept. 13, by Donna Weydert and Howard John Bormann in a double ring ceremony. The nine o'clock nuptial mass was read by Father P. M. Sturm at Sacred Heart Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Genevieve Weydert and the late Joe Weydert. Mr Bormann is the son of Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann of St. Joe. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Jerry Weydert. She was attired in a gown of imported Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over satin. The molded lace bodice, styled with a bateau neckline, buttoned down the back. The long sleeves tapered to a bridal point at the wrist. The full-gathered tulle skirt fell from a circular yoke and'extended into a sweep. Her veil was of imported silk illusion with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Virginia Bormann, cousin of the bridegroom, and bridesmaid was Mary Cody of Ft. Dodge, cousin of the bride. Becky Strunc was flower girl, and Bobby Faber was the ring- bearer. School Institute Will Be Friday The annual Kossuth County Improvement of Instruction Institute will be held at Algona, Friday, Sept. 30 according to the announcement of A. M. Quintard, County Superintendent of Schools. The theme of the program this year is "Devuloping Human Values in Our Iowa Schools." This Institute is held each year under the auspices of the County Superintendent of Schools and the State Department of Public Instruction. All Public Schools in the County will be closed on that day so the teachers may attend this institute. The program will consist of a keynote address by Dr. Donald Emery of the University of Omaha. Discussion groups will be held in the various areas with the following people as discussion leaders and consultants: Miss Mildred Middleton, Carroll County Schools; Dr. Esther Bohlje, Iowa State Teachers College; Miss Glenda Mabrey of the Waterloo Public Schools; Dr. Miles Zintz, Iowa State Teachers College; Dr. Oscar Thompson, Iowa State Teachers College; Dr. Herbert Silvey, Iowa State Teachers College and Dr. Emery, University of Omaha. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Donald Weydert, brother of the bride, and.grooms- man was Donald Bormann, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers wQi-e Jerome Weydert and George Bormann. Nuptial music was sung by Mrs Claude Lawrence with Mrs Tom McKenna accompanist. Following the ceremony a dinner and reception were attended by 125 guests at the Plantation Ballroom at Whittempre. The newlywed couple entertained their friends at I wedding dance the same evening at the Plana- tion.. After a wedding 1 trip to the Ozarks and other points, they' will make their homp on his father's farm near Algona. The bride is a graduate of St. Joe high school and for the past three years has been employed in Dr. R. W. Beardsley's office here. The bridegroom recently returned home from service. Alice Illg To Head St. Joe 4-H Group Club Meeting? Wonderful how your telephone helps you get things organized fast. If you're on a party line, remember to allow some time between calls—so important messages can reach you, so those who share your telephone service can also use the line. Other tips for good party-line service: give up the line for emergency calls, replace the receiver carefully, hang up quickly and quietly when you find your telephone line in use. Remember, party- line courtesy is catching. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. St. Joe — The Riverdale Rustlers Unit II 4-H club met in St. Joseph School Hall and new officers for the coming year were elected as follows: President, Alice Illg; Vice- President, Jeanne Reding; Secretary-Treasurer, Rosella Bormann; Reporter - Historian, Catherine Hilbert; Photographer, Patricia O'Brien. Catherine Hilbert and Alice Reding gave a report on their trip to the State Fair representing our county with their demonstration "Fitted Shoes for Health." Joan Reding, Barbara Thul and Judy Zeimet were models in a fashion show that followed the meeting. Infant Baptised ..Diane Mary Bormann, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Bormann, born Sept. 13 in St, Ann Hospital in Algona, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs Joe Lappe and James Mergen. Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas of Algona had as dinner and supper guests in their home Sunday, Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Kohlhaas and family and Mr and Mrs David Bernhard. and family, all from here. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas and family had dinner and supper guests Sunday. Among their guests were Mr and Mrs Duane Arend and family, Mrs Annie Geischecker, Mary Beiser and Eva Deim all of Algona and Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller and son from here. For Riverdale Township farmers a Farm Bureau meeting held in St. Joseph's School Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. with, fieldman, Owen Hurt in charge. The topic of discussion will ba Farm Policy & to have the farmers learn more about the work of the Farm Bureau. Lunch will ba served by the committee in charge. Mrs Wilfred Kohlfe^as enter? Uins the 500 Farmerette club in her home on Wednesday of this week. - .
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