The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
Page 23
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December 15,1955 93,452 Bu. 1955 County Corn Is Under Seal Considerable quantities of grain produced in Kossulh county in jWomes 1955 is now being placed under government price support, it was reported this week by Virgil L. Rohlf, Manager of the county ASC. As of November 15, farmers of the county had received price support loans on 93,452 bushels of 1955 corn. At the corresponding date a year ago, 6,528 bushels of 1954 corn had been placed under support loans in this county. Following are the amounts of other 1955 crops under price Strictly Sunton .98 ly Mele This handsome new gift has o place for everything! Ten cuff link compartmenls . . . spacious jewelry section., .four tie clasp and slay pockets. Smartly designed with that long, low look. In calfskin finish simulated leather with corduroy lining. SHARP'S JEWELRY support loans in this county as of November 15 and also comparative figures for last year's crops at the corresponding date: 1955 Crop 1954 Crop Barley 0 bu. 1,543 bu. Oats 191,637 bu. 111,095 bu. Soybeans 88,761 bu. 8,665 bu. Flaxseed 0 bu. 1,130 bu. Price support loans and purchase agreements on 1955-crop small grains, soybeans, grain sorghum and flaxseed are available through the county ASC office until January 31. Price support on eligible corn will f bc available until next May 31. However, to be eligible for price support on corn, the producer must have complied with his corn acreage allotment. There are no allotment compliance requirements for price support on burley, oiit.s. grain sorghum, rye, soybeans and flaxseed. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Mrs Hamm Is Livermore Club Hostess Livermore — Mrs J. F. Hamm entertained the Delta Dek Cliib members at her home Friday afternoon. Auction bridge was the afternoon entertainment. High prize went to Mrs August Paulson, second high to Mrs Gale Berryhill and traveling prize to Mrs Rose Smith. L. S. BOHANNON I bought cheap Insurance from an out-of-town agency. They had no local agent io adjust my auto claim — I waited six weeks for settlement, and got 5200 less than my damages. Wiih a local agent, could I expect prompt and full settlement? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. THE CHRISTMAS GIFT That Lasts f- •^m /SV, *c #/./•< N ^ -"" \» sl-=-. I I -r=r= Keepsake DIAMOND RINGS /^ Rtnft enUrfpd to ihow deuilt. Pncet elude Fedrril T»x. Worlds Finest Quality Diamond Ringt CASY CREDIT A. $675.00 BIITMORE ' W.dding Ring S350.0* B. $450.00 WOODRUFF Wtdding Ring $200.00 C $350.00 HEATHER Alto $100 to 2475 Wedding Ring $10.00 Mon'i diamond ring •vailabU at (73 to 250 to •Mick all •ngog«m«nt ring;* D. $200.00 BAIRD W*dding Ring $«7 JO E. $125.00 SAN CARLO Wtddtoa Ring (1740 Highlight ftils Chrlstmos above alt others by giving her a perfect Keepsake — the ring of those whose love deserve* the finest. Every Keepsake Engagement Piamond is guaranteed perfect by Keepsake, Goed H0v*«ke«ping and this stoft. $575.00 DESMOND Wftddb^B Ibhi S200^00 _— \ N ^ ^r • * Amertcgn Q&n Society ALOONA.IOWA Hostess To Church Unit Mrs Jessamine Miller entertained the Women's Association of the Presbyterian church at her home Wednesday afternoon. Neighborhood Club The Neighborhood club members were entertained at the home of Mrs Juluis Becker. Five hundred was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Henry Groh, traveling to Mr= Harold Stoddard and consolation to Mrs Bill Wilson. The club will hold a Christmas party Saturday eve., Dec. 17, at the home of Mr and Mrs Chester Ogan. A seven o'clock pot luck dinner will be served. Their husbands will be guests. ; 200 At 4-H Leaders 1 Meeting And Award Recognition Day Here Algonans Lived Through This Mr and Mrs Cletus Hundertmark of Ottosen were Sunday evening vistors at the Harry Ruiz home. Mrs Leslie Jensen and Mrs Chris Madsen attended an all-day meeting cf 4-H club leaders at the R.E.A. building in Humboldt last week, Monday. LeRoy and Monte Hansen, children of Mr and Mrs Herman Hansen, have been quite ill at their home with the mumps. A group of twelve men in this community working together Saturday and Sunday were able to bring down six deer the first day out and two the second day. The Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening, Dec. 12 in their hall. This was a Christmas party and the members exchanged Christmas gifts? Mrs Martin Miller entertained a few friends at coffee at her home Thursday morning. Anna B. Murray, who spent a few days at her home here has returned to Fort Dodge to be with her brother, Will Murray, who is ill at the Mercy hospital'and with her sister-in-law, Mrs Will Murray. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and family of Wesley spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs Lizzie Nygaard, and his sister. Mrs Virgil Smith and family. The Junior Fellowship members of the Methodist Church were entertained at seven o'clock Sunday evening at the home of Mike Stoddard. The lesson was given by Gary Schultz. Dinner guests Sunday evening at the Fred Pooch home were Mr and Mrs G-eorge Scuffham of Algona and Mr and Mrs Lester Smith. Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and family of near LuVerne were Sunday afternoon visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt. The above pictures, taken by the Eagle Grove Eagle, show the wreckage from the car in which three persons from Algona escaped with their lives. Nov. 23, about 1:30 p.m. when the car struck a Chicago and Northwestern train a half mile south of Ren-wick on highway 60. In the 1955 Mercury were Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley of Algona and their son, Kevin, aged 4V, months. The Hensleys were hospitalized with their son, but Hensley has been released. Mrs Hensley at last report was still in Mercv hospital, Fort Dodge, but will recover. In the upper picture, Sheriff Robert Blecker of Wright county, left, and Sheriff E. H. Bradley of Humboldt, right, are looking over the Hensley machine. In the lower photo a closeup is shown. The accident happened on the dividing line between Wright and Humboldt counties. NOW AT SHARP'S JEWELRY A Real Cause tor Celebration! L-cucLu, •TXo/nttKto-n^ DIAMOND-SET WATCHES 50 Now...Mor« man Fv»r... IT MEANS $Q MUCH MORf TO GIVE OR GET These ore just a tew or the new Jubilee lady Hamilton diamond-jet watches. See ovr complete selection today! Sharp's Jewelry Annual Christmas Party Held By St. Joe C. D. of A, Sl. Joe—Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph, held its regular monthly meeting, preceeded by 6 o'clock pot luck dinner on Wednesday evening, Dec. 14 in St. Joseph Hall. The annual Christmas party and gift exchange followed the dkiner and meeting. The court has adopted a family for Christmas and also St. Monica's Home at Sioux City and the home at Woodward to be remembered. Committee in charge of the dinner and Christmas party was Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Mrs John Altman, Mrs Wilfred Schneider, Mrs Leonard McGulre. Mrs Math Kirsch, Mrs Mike Kisch, Mrs Win. Becker, Mrs Frank Hilbert, Mrs GAS-TOONS KEN&YEO'S Over 200 4^H club officers, recreation chairmen and leaders attended the annual county 4-It officer training school and aw;iul recognition day at Algona Saturday, Dec. 3. The program included get acquainted games, group singing, discussion of the 4-H program by Mrs Henry Looft and Robert Johnson, sessions on how to be a more effective and efficient officer, recreation chairman and leader, a demonstration meeting! and announcement of 1955 county award winners. Clubs, leaders and members recognized for their outstanding 4-H work here—standard club recognition certificates to the following 4-H girl's clubs, Bancroft Busy Bees, Blue & White, Buffalo Boosters, Burt Blue Birds, Cresco Chums, Riverdale Rustlers Unit I, Swea Sunbeams, Eagle- Ettes, Grant Go-Getters, Greenwood Girls. Irvington Ideals, Lakota Luckies, Riverdale Rustlers Unit II, Union Alethean, Lone Rock Lively Rockets, Lotts Creek Lassies, LuVerne Live Wires, Lu- Verne Peggy Pals, Prairie Pal.-;, Seneca Stars, Seneca Sparklers and Wesley Wizards, 4-H club achievement seals to the following boy's clubs — Buffalo, Burt, Eagle, Garfield, Grant, Greenwood, Lakota, LuVerne, Prairie, Ramsey and St. Joe. Medals For Beef Producer's Beef Medals to Robert Wiskus, Bancroft: Norman Ottman, Armstrong; Robert Knlt- ved, Swea City; Vincent Pavik, Armstrong; Robert Chambers, Corwith; Philip Tokheim. Swea B. Clark. Swea City; P. Fisher, Jr., West Bend; Melvin DeGeeter, Bancroft; Producer's Pig medals to James Antoine, Jr., Bancroft and James Hardt, Swea City; Producer's Lamb medal to Ronald Linde, Swea City; dairy plaque to Dennis Schoby, Bode; Dairy medals to Aaron Anliker, West Bend; Jay Frieden, Ot-/ tosen and Gary Banwart, Ottosen; garden award, David Kaltved, Swea City; health award, Robert Chambers, Corwith: leadership award, James Antoine, Jr., Bancroft; Meat Animal award, John Helleseth, West Bend; outstanding boy's 4-H record book award by the Iowa State Bank, Algona, to Melvin DeGeeter, Bancroft. Ten year 4-H leadership award to Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft and five year award to Cecil Thoreson, Swea City. Style Revue Awards Style revue awards to Norma Jean Reding, Ottosen and Alvina Miller, Fenton; clothing award to Margaret Fischer, Lone Rock; Ruth Ann Peru-son, Swea City; Annette Braynard, LuVerne and Marlys Goetz, Wesley; long time girl's record, Beverly Gerber, Algona; leadership award, Dorothy Gade, Algona; safety, Darlene Callies, Titonka and Marian Meyer, Wesley; girl's outstanding 4-H record book by Security State Bank, Algona to Norma Jean Reding, Ottosen; 4-H g i r 1' s leaders awards to Mrs J. M. Patterson, 25 year award; ten year award to Mrs Glen Jenkinson, Algona and five year award to Mrs Richard Anderson, Ledyard. County officers and personnel in charge of the training school were — presidents, Norma Jean Reding and Roger Dreyer; vice- presidents, Mary Keith and James Bierstedt; secretary-treasurers, Marilyn Bormann and Robert Kaltved; reporter, Don Grant; historian, Charlotte Wise; recreation and singing, Virginia Simons and Mary Staudt, county extension home economist; leaders, Mra Wayne Keith, Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs August Studer and Dean Barnes, county extension director. The boys' and girls' clubs of Plum Creek were in charge o£ registration. John Capesius, Mrs Doris Williams, Mrs Chris Gales, Mrs Maggie Thilges, Mrs Robert Bormann, Mrs Harold Roethler, Mrs Marvin Reding, Mrs Gerald Kirsc'n and Corrine Kayser. "Fill 'er up, Leo . . . ONI FUU PINT." Whether you want a plot or • tanlcfuL we're always gfed to see you I KEN 6 UO'S Phillips ''66" Strvice Bulk Tonk Wagon $*vi*» Phone 967 io* Sfeto $». Ralph Reding underwent surgery in St. Ann hospital in Algona on Monday. Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner and Mr and Mis Orville Wagner visited with Mrs Nick Reding, Whittemore, in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital on Wednesday evening. Mrs Reding, a sister of Ted and Orville entered the hospital on Monday for medical aid. Mr and Mrs Peter Mueller of Whittemore spent from Wednesday till Saturday here with their daughter, Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders and family. John Friders spent this week in Algona with his sons Vic, Lej Math and their families. Caroi Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, student nurse in St. Joseph Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge spent from Wednesday till Sunday with home folks. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher spent Friday in Sioux City. Eldon Altaian, oldest .son of Mr and Mrs John AJtm^n returned hom* l*$t w«ek with hi* Army diseh«xM after i y«ar* in service, is the air cprp». ADVERTISING ift me Algonj upper D*a MoJtaM readies more w In Koswth county th«a other pttbliciUofe toy

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