The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 16
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(la.) Upper Dot Moines Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 Allot Kossufh for 1956 ACP Use Kossuth county has been allotted $90,200.00 for governmen cost-sharing soil and water con servation practices (ACP) in 1956 it has been announced by Virgi L. Rdhlf, Manager of the toun ty ASC office. The amount is $16,900.00 les; than allocated to the county fo: ACP work in 1955. However, i it is found after the first half ol 1956 that the amount of pendinf approvable requests for ACP participation exceeds available funds, the county ASC committee may apply for additional funds from a limited state reserve. Allocations to all Iowa counties were made from the state's apportionment of $9,209,000 from the national ACP funds for 1958 The state's apportionment was $257,000 less than the total made available for 1955. Factors considered in determining each county's share of the state apportionment for 195(3 were amount of farmland, productivity needs, comparative erosion hazards, drainage needs and the value of completed practices in 1953 and 1954. ACP • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs John Groh Sunday, and attending the Lutheran church services were his sisters and their families Mr and Mrs Jake Erdman, Mr and Mrs Phillip Erdman of Belmond, Mr and Mrs Fred Loeffler of Belmond, Mr and Mrs Henry Groh and family of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Daryl Fredericks of Livermore. Mrs Charles Brown attended a miscellaneous shower in the John Ureesman home in Algona Sat- vrday evening in honor .of Harriet Brown who will be mar- ried to Ronald Peterson, Nov. 11. Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson and daughters, Jean and Joan, Mt Theodore Johnson of LuVerne and Mrs Jasper Vaughn of Corwith left Saturday p.m. for Omaha, Neb. The Johnsons will visit in the home of their son and Mrs Vaughn will visit her daughter. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler were in Des Moines on Tuesday attending a meeting of the Bankers Life and Casualty Co. Guests in the Lottie and Jennie Mason home on Thursday for dinner were Mr and Mrs Alfred Stratdlander and family of Belmond, Mr and Mrs George Legge of Garner, Mr and Mrs John Hurst, Clarion, Mr and Mrs Don Gunderson, Clarion. Mrs Katherine Neville and daughter Diane were weekend guest in the parental home, Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler, Mr Neville is on a business trip to Virginia. Mrs John Nelson Sr. is spending a few days with her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker at Corwith. . Mrs Lavonne Mallory attended a county meeting of the 4-H leaders at the Methodist church in Algona on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs I. McGowan and family of Clear Lake were guests in the James Trauger home on Sunday. Ronald Martin, a student at Buena Vista, spent the weekend with his parents, Supt. and Mrs B. Martin. Mrs Marvin Porter came Friday from Ft. Dodge to help care for her mother, Mrs S. R. Baker. Guests in the George Eggleston iome on Sunday were Doris and Beulah Eggleston of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Charles Ny- ;aard and family of Wesley. Mrs Vera Ramus was hostess o her Canasta group on Monday evening. Honors went to Vlarge Groh, Lita Dehnert and Doris Rowan. Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford's dinner guests on Sunday were Mr and Mrs N. Larson and family md Mr and Mrs A. Hovick and 'amily all of Badger. Joice Neal, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Duane Neal was guest of honor on Saturday evening at ler home, it being her 15th birthday. Those in attendance ivere Mr and Mrs Willard San- ord and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Charlps Hanselman and amily and Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and family of LuVerne. Seneca Juniors Presented Class Play Last Week Seneca—The Junior Clnss of Seneca High School presented its Class play, "The Antics of Andrew" Thursday and Friday evening, Nov. 3-4, The play was a three act comedy. • Following is the cast of characters: Andrew, a senior in Cameron College, David Looft; Petunia, Andrew's darky cook, Mareia Hartshorn; Jacques, Andrew's French butler and valet. Duane Johannesen; Willie Waldo, Andrew's,pal, Raymond Wilberg; Harold Hadley, another pal, Ronnie Johannesen; Althea Thome, Miss Prunella's niece, Sharon Dorsey; Julie Boynton, Harold's sweetheart, Margaret Fisher, Betty Boynton, Willie's sweetheart, Beverly Odin; Dean Socrates Boynton, dean of Cameron College, Jerry Breese; Isaac Zimmerman, (Uncle Isaac), Andrew's millionaire uncle from New Zealand, Gail Kauffman; Miss Prunella Thome, a maiden lady in love with the dean, Kathryn Johannesen; O'Flarity, a rMec- tive from headquarters, Virgil Gardner; Royle, his shadow, Lyman Hurlbert; Reverend Doolittle, a man of mystery, Roger Nielsen. At Mission Meeting Several Senecans attended the Estherville Circuit Missionary Federation Conference Thursday afternoon at Wallingford. In attendance from Seneca were Mesdames Herman Geilenfeld, Ted Jensen, John Johannesen, Carrie Jensen, Henry Looft, Henry Wilberg, Odey Cherland, Amey Cherland, Curtis Olsen, Peter Thorson and Kenneth Halverson. Mrs Halverson is the new circuit secretary of Missions and Mrs Curtis Olsen is the retiring secretary of Education. P.T.A. Sees Movies The Seneca P.T.A. held their October meeting last Monday evening in high school auditorium. Following a short business meeting the group enjoyed seeing two films, one entitled "Left Out", which was presented by Mr Tofte, and the second film, 'Tuesday's Child", was shown by Mrs Clarence Osborn, secretary of Kossuth County Organization for Retarded Children. Refreshments W6re served at the close of the program fay the Larmon Hattles, Melvin Madsens, Leslie Dentorts, * Harold Grtm- hoods, Robert Petersens, Ban Mclntires and the Francis Sullivans. Mr and Mrs Francis Foley of Burlington were recent visitors at the home of relatives in this vicinity. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Muellei and Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler visited last Sunday evening with Mrs Mueller's brother who was a patient at' a Fairmont hospital following 'an automobile accident in which he was quite ieverely injured. Martin Wilberg, who submitted to an. emergency operation for appendicitis recently is reported to be recuperating satisfactor- ly. He is, as yet, not released, from the hospital. Mrs Frank Meyers accompanied by Mrs George Kissner of Lone Rock, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Mrs William Dorsey and Mrs Henry Looft attended a 4-H leader subject matter training school held at Algona Tuesday. Frank Bormann Bowls A 207 Frank Bormann's 207 was the top effort at Barry's during the week. Other men over 200 included Vern Teeter 205, Don Winkel 201 and B. Mittag 201. The two loop races tightened up, as Bode Billiards moved within a game of the KCs in the Monday League and two teams, Paul Seeley Farms and Moose number two chopped the Hamm's team's lead, to one game in the Tuesday League. Only three games separate the top five teams in the latter loop. EMI 235 Top Tally At Hawkeye Lanes Bill Johnson's 235 was the top effort of the week at Hawkeye Lanes. Harley Hutchinson had a 585 series and 215 line to capture runner-up honors. Other keglers over 200 were Chuck Davis 215, Bill Prior 227, Bob WieJsen 221, Bill Koppen 207, John Rash 202, Ernie Lavren? 223, Wilford Rood 210, Ollie Johnson 202, W. G. Schmidt 200, and Les Johnson 214. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends tyling- W IIAT vou SEE pictured here is Buick for 1956- and from the gleam of that "V" grille to the sassy slant of the tail fins, you can see it has no equal for gorgeous good looks. But what you see from the curb is fully matched by what you feel at the wheel—and that's gospel. For this Buick gets its zoom from a mighty 322- cubic-inch V8 engine lofted to a new record high in power and compression—and from a spectacular new advance in Variable Pitch Dynaflow.* What's new in the '56 Dynaflow is this: in the first inch of pedal travel-anr/ not with wide-open throttle-youi Buick moves from standstill to cruise With silk-smooth, instant and certain getaway. But comes a sudden need for safety-surge action to get out of a tight spot - and you floor the pedal to switch the pitch of this airplane-inspired transmission. Instantly and smoothly, you're at full-power acceleration - a thrill beyond words. AUTOMOBIUS ARE BUUT BUICK Will BUILD THEM - 1 here's a lot more we could tell you about these great new Buicks-about brilliant new interiors, a superb new ride with a safer "sense of direction," and new safety features everywhere you look. But the best way to get the whole story of the best Buick yet is right at the wheel of one of these '56 beauties. So drop in this week and do just that. *\ett AJuiiicctl Variable Pitch Dijiuiflow is lite only DyiuiflotO liitifk Luiht.i today. It iv standard uii RouJma/iter, Super and Centutij — ujitiunal at inudcit extra cost oil tlie Special. WHfN Get 4-5«a»on Comfgrt in your n«w Buick with FRIG1DAIRE CONDITIONING-now •/ a atw low prfcf 105 N. Hall BRANDT BUICK Algona, low* K ii i cur ILL OnL THE SHEET OF PAPER THAT TELLS THE FINAL STORY ON YOUR HOGS... , v 'i , f After The Processing of Every Shipment of Hogs, A "Kill Sheet" Is Prepared By The Packer, Based On The Actual Carcass As Slaughtering Takes Place. The "Kill Sheet" Determines The Value of The Hog As To Meat and Fat Ratio. This is where the MEAT-TYPE Hog Proves Its Worrh. • - • s • Below we present an actual "Kill Sheet" From An Oct. 15 Shipment of 135 Hogs to Swift & Co. at Jersey City, New Jersey, from Qur Algona Yards. Lot Head Avg. Avg. Live Cost Live Wt. Act. Adj. Est. Yield Average Act. Stan. Dressed Cost 317 135 231 15.95 15.85 68.8 68.4 68 - 2331 Wgt. Range No. 150 160 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280 290 1 1 2 7 15 16 28 19 14 11 14 4 2 3 Weight 150 160 360 1330 3000 3360 6160 4370 3360 2750 3640 1080 560 870 Price 15.50 15.75 16.30 Amt. 23 25 1312 16;25 16.05 15.85 3296 263 4138 Total Weight Value Per Cwt. 31,150 16.23 PREMIUM PRICES FOR MEAT-TYPE HOGS All Hog Market Prices Are Basically Set In Chicago ... But No Matter What The Market, MEAT-TYPE Bring a Premium. PHONE 107 - ALGONA We'll Come To Your Farm, Tell You Your Amount of Premium, Nowl LIVE WEIGHT AND COST Head Live Weight Amount 17 3750 14.50 106 24465 14.20 12 2960 14.00 135 31175 4,432.18 Total Transit Cost 540.20 Total Live Cost 4,972.38 Av. Live Cost C.A.F. 15.95 (Transit Shrink - 10,4) GRADING PERCENTAGE Grade No. Diff Cwt Amt. Cwt MEAT GOOD FAT 28 '44 63 +75 -40 ' + 15 -19 135 -04 The figures Above Tell The Story. Meat Type Hogs From The Purchase On The Farm To The Final Carcass Valuation By The Processor Command A Premium Price, Only MEAT-TYPE Hogs Bring The Premium, No Pork Raiser Can Afford To Raise Anything But Meat-Type Hogs, WESTERN BUYERS SELLING TO OViR 200 PROCESSORS OF PORK PHONE 107 * AIQONA, IOWA Jl*

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