The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 4
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(lfc,) Upper Dea Moindj Thursday, December 6, l9Sf f|lt* ' VMS' -.'•; • ••> •/:,' •• ~j plaiiC^n ifchase Plan f|'urchase 'Agreements provide ffififtefs the Sarti6 -level of 'govern- rrfeflt price support for their crops • •••alr$riee support loan?, it was efriphasized this iweek' by: $ich- ardyl, Anderson, chairhian of (he KdSsuth County ASC committee. SHe said that many farmers have the mistaken idea that they niUSt take loans on, their corn, oatS, soybeans, or other supported^'commodities in order to get pMce support protection oh them. The fact is, he continued, the price support level' is the same for loans and purchase agreements. ,The loan plan is designed especially for the' producer who '•• has; immediate need of cash, while the purchase,, agreement plan provided, price support protection for the producer who does not need cash and; does not wish to encumber his grain. Grain covered by a purchase agreement may be farm-stored or warehouse-stored, the same as for a loan.- The applicant for a purchase agreement, the same as an applicant for a loan, must be the producer of the grain involved. .; . Under a-purchase; agreement, a producer is guaranteed the price support rate for a specified amount of the commodity at a delivery time fixed by the government. To be accepted at delivery time, the purchase agreement commodity must meet certain quality requirements. In the ; case of corn, it must' grade No. 3 or better or No. 4 on the factor of test weight _ only. When delivery time arrives, the holder of a purchase agreement may sell the government up to but not more than the amount specified in his agreement, or he may sell the government a smaller arnqunt or none whatever. The purchase agreement merely guarantees that the holder will 'receive the price support rate'for as many bushels of the amount covered by his agreement as hfe decides to deliver. The holder of a purchase agreement has full-titfe,and control of his commodity at all times and may use or dispose of II whenever and however he desires. Iowa pfddufcers have until January 31 to obtain purchase agreements on this year's crop of barley, oats, grain sorghums, rye, soybeans, wheat and flaxseed and utftll next May 31 off corn. Applications must be filed With the ASC office serving the county where the commodity was produced. The fee for purchase agreement is one-half cent per bushel/' with a minimum of $1.50. HOSPITALS Nov. 24 — Mrs R. C. Kelley, Sexton, boy, 7-7%; Lindy H. Albright, Algona,. medical; Roger Elbert, Whittemore, surgery. Nov. 25 — Mrs George Hamilton, Algona, girl, 5-13 Vi\ Sterling T. Lundell, Algona, T & A; Edward L. German, Burt, T & A; Mrs Fred Jennings, Sexton, medical. Nov. 26 — Mrs Margaret Lappe, Algona, medical (expired): Mrs Marvin Leigh, Algona, girl, 8-3; Colleen Niedzielski, Wesley, .tonsillectomy. ' ' •' . < Nov. 27 — Phyllis A. Arend, Whittemore, medical. ; Nov. 28 — Genevieve" Harts-, horn, Algona, medical; Mrs Rich-' ard Strayer, Algona, surgery;-Mrs Bettie Ranney, Fenton, medical; Roy Muller,- Wesley, medical; Margaret Schrpeder, Wesley, medical (expired)! Nov. 29 — Mrs Milton Bebo, Algona, surgery; Mrs Gordon Hilbert, Corwith, girl; Mrs Norbert Frideres, Bode, medical. Nov. 30 — Mrs Ronald Hansen, Whittemore, medical. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Allen Buchanan was hostess, to her bridge club members Thursday evening. Mrs William Steele won the high score prize and second high score prize went to Mrs Richard Norton. Birthday Observance Mr and Mrs Walter Elbert had as guests Sunday evening in celebration of the former's birthday, Mr and Mrs Harold Elb°-* Mr and Mrs Leroy Elbert of Whltte- rriore and Mr and Mrs ucne i«u- ler. HERE ARE SOME BIG FOR CAR BUYERS! Ready At Kossuth Motor Co. 1951 FORD TWO-DOOR FORDOMATIC My 249.50 1948 FRAZER FOUR-DOOR A GOOD ONE 122.50 1946 PONTIAC SEDAN - RADIO PRICED TO GO 93.00 1941 CHEV. TWO 5-PASS, COUPES YOUR PICK 58.65 1952 CHEVROLET T/2-TON TRUCK • Stpck & Grain Box • Excellent Farm Truck • Priced to Sell 1953 CHEVROLET 2-TON TRUCK • Two Speed Axle • Ready to Roll • Priced Right 1953 CHEVROLET 210 SPORT COUPE • Very low Mileage • Extra Clean • Like New — Wonderful Buy 1951 CHEVROLET BEL AIRE SPORT COUPE • Powerglide • Radio • Seat Covers • Clean as a car can be TERMS OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS OTHER EVENINOS BY APPOINTMENT Kossuth Motor Co. SW Of Courthouse Square !=• For The Wonderful Response At Our Grand Opening •••'.- - -* . ' , -•V'.-^j >f- "~% ••" •>; •.'•'.'-••' ' . ' - ' B '• ••"'.'"'• ;r" - .1 '•'.;;< ••';• ; f. ~"!-f f ' i- -• '• f.i 1 --' , . j ••• ••; v '; • ' j,-' , : -''.''.. '* ' • ; • j. ., . . - - • - - ! fc.i . t~. :, - - -. . . , • . .- . . .-'••':•'.*.. ' ' -'t<j ,. * •'•>*;, V •*.-•. . . -, . - • • • '- . We Hope Our Ne^aiidLargei'Store With Equipment In Display Cdses- Refrigerated Cases, And Our Speed- ee Checkout System Will Make Your Food Shopping A Pleasure. * x • • :•..-••• • - •""'.' >-:--•':•';-,• ->V- ; '• -' -;-•'.•' -, ' $-• ; ' , •' We Pledge Ourselves To Always GiVe Yoti The Best of Food Values In Meats, Vegetables, Canned Goods' and Frozen Foods, and Friendly,: Personal Servke — All dt Everyddy low Prices. : V '.<• REGISTER FOR FOIGER'S COFffi PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT DRAWING SATURDAY NIGHT Host Sale HAPPY HOST LARGE BOTTLES \ CATSUP 6 for 1 HAPPY HOST 46" OZ. TINS Tom'toJuice3'»89^ HAPPY HOST CRUSHED 303 TALL CAN PINEAPPLE HAPPY HOST PEAS 303 TALL CAN 3 * 39c STURGEON BAY RED PITTED 303 TALL CAN CHERRIES 2 39c COCK OF THE WALK ^ PEACHES 2V4 TIN 25c HAPPY HOST 303 TALL CAN GOLDEN CORN Cream Style Whole Kernel 2 HAPPY-HOST - j 303 TALL CAN TOMATOES. .'.;„.•;.. 2 for 29c LARGE PK6. WHEATIES 190 FESTAL 303TAUCAN PUMPKIN 3 'or 270 CANDYLAND 14 OZ. PKC5. U. S. NO. 1 FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT..... 10 for 39c NEW CROP FLORIDA TANGERINES..... doz. 19c CELLO BAG RADISHES 2for19c TRUCKLOAD SALE OF SPUDS U. S. NO. 1 CHEROKEE WHITES 50Lb. Bag $11 WASHED U. S. NO. 1 RED PONTIACS 50 Lb. Bag 1 0 Lb. Bag 49c YOU'LL ENJOY THE Biggest Cake In Town PAN-O-CAKE OVEN-FRESH Angel Food 39C OLD HOME ROMAN MEAL ROLLS Brown 'n Serve Put in oven 7 minutes — have delicious hot rollsc Pkg. of 12 HOOD'SSELF-SEftVE MEATS CELLO PKGS. . . ... -,.-,.'. . ' ^' SLICED BAGON...5Lb$.$100 FRESH SLICED HALIBUT STEAK....Lb.39<J SMOKED FOR FLAVOR - ^^ ^^ BRAUNSCHVVEIGER..Lb.33v SLO-HICKORY SMOKED - COARSE GRIND wi.v-1 uwrvvsrx I dmwiXEls — WWMR3E \9KIINM ^^^^ ^1^^ ' ' RING BOLOGNA.3rings890 FREE SAMPLES FRIDAY & SATURDAY SLICED BACON ENDS...5lb.box690 3ROUND HAM LOAF JUk. :UT & WRAPPED WHILE YOU WAIT BEEF QUARTERS 2 Truck Loads Beef Quarters Each Week MAKE HOOD'S YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS TREES, CHRISTMAS CANDIES, MIXED NUTS 4 FOR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES FOOD STORES

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