The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 29, 1966
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Adult Metal Shop Class •i-ts ""• -•,.'. ^:«V. *"W-J * •"' Pictured are members of the adult general metal shop class conducted by the Algona Community School. Left to right are Roy Burris, Tom Carroll, Wayne Dugan, Milo Kollaseh, Paul J. Elbert, Edwin H. Hunt, Chester Harmon, Gerald Matt, Duane Hanna and Edgar Meyer, instructor. Other class members not pictured are LeRoy Christiansen, Dave Kollaseh and Art Kahler. April 1 Deadline Filing In Feed Grain Program Growers were reminded today that April 1st is the last day for filing applications to take part in the 1966 feed grain program. R. L Anderson, chairman, points out that only growers who participate in the program will be eligible for price support on their 1966 crops of corn, barley, and grain sorghums. As last year, the support is made available through loans, purchases, and price-support payments. Besides qualifying for price-support loans, purchases and payments, the participating grower also earns a diversion payment for shifting part of his feed grain base to a conserving use; the payment does not apply to the first 20 percent diversion except on farms with small bases. The price-support payments may be earned on the projected production from an acreage up to 50 percent of the total feed grain base for the farm by planting one or more of the feed grains corn, grain sorghums or barley, or by planting soybeans in lieu of a feed grain. The chairman urges farmers.who are interested in taking part m this year's program to call at the ASCS county office as soon as possible, since there are only a few working days left before the signup deadline, and signing up is a necessary step in program participation. Deadline is Friday, April 1, 1966. afternoon, reaching Chicago Just as the storm closed down all air traffic for several days. Ozark Airlines put the stranded patrons up at a motel. She caught a bus the next morning which was halted at Waterloo, overnight Wednesday, and reached Algona Thursday evening. Mrs. Zender is the former Pamela Waller. MRS. VICTOR Hlserodt has returned from a vacation In Arizona and there saw Rev. and Mrs. Earl Burgess at Phoenix where they now make their home. Rev. Burgess is a former Methodist pastor here a number of years ago and is retired. RETIRED Frank Schueth, 78, has hung up his plumbing tools after 54 years In the plumbing business In Dyersville. The business has Jim Schneiders Send Greetings A note from Jim Schneider, former Algonan, now operating a resort at Cross Lake, Minn., informs us that the family came through the winter nicely - this was before the last storm, however. Jim says the area around Cross Lake is the most beautiful in Minnesota, "and this is no sales talk, either." Fishing prospects for spring are excellent, he adds. Their resort is on Cross Lake, and 14 lakes in all are accessible by boat from Cross Lake, which is some 30 miles north of Brainerd. been in the same locactlon since 1912. Frank and his wife will continue living in Dyersville RUBBER FOOTWEAR FOR MEN & BOYS DIAMOND'S Jacket Headquarters of NW Iowa w • • • • • KB64 FIELD PROVEN FAN HOUSING (AvciUblt with M*«n»l) • hffh capacity! • for the big tilotl • un«xcvll«d for haylagtl The big blower that has proven itself on the big silos. It's field proven. • SHAKER PAN Prevents build-up in hopper. Wads are loosened. Smoother ensilage flow to fan. • WIDE, LOW HOPPER Projects 14" past housing for easy approach. • NO BLOW-BACK No baffling to restrict forage flow. • LIFETIME LUBRICATED No greasing required. • SHRED KNIVES Keep the fan tips clean. Adjustable outlet, fan blades, wheels. Shear-bolt protection and water inlet. OTHER MODELS AVAILABLE BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main ALGONA a>>^^brf r ~ t Vi«* | n»jn(^j'*^j r i gr*i«nvjT" J ij: "^•^^^•^^^^^^•^^^^^^ f BRAIL WRIGHT, who had a recent emergency appendectomy is expected to resume at least part time activity at the Graham Store, this week, which he manages. MRS. HOMER Clark returned last Friday from Waukesha, Wis. where she was called after her son, Nicki, was injured in an auto mishap. He will be hospitalized for about another month, but is expected to recover satisfactorily. DR. AND MRS. M. G. Bourne returned last week from a vacation trip into the southern states. MR. AND MRS. Duane Carson were snowbound in the home of a hospitable banker in Ledyard, from Tuesday night into Thursday of last week. The Carsons were in Minneapolis on a buying trip and started home Tuesday afternoon, As they went south they ran into the storm, first rain, then sleet and flanlly blinding snow. They spotted the Ledyard turnoff from 169 and thought it was the Lakota corner, and soon found themselves in Ledyard, Able to see one light, they reached the home and found a haven until the storm subsided and roads opened. MRS. RUSS WALLER has returned from Cleveland, Ohio, where she had visited Mr. and Mrs, J. Thomas gender and the new son of the Zenders, She bad a 51 minute flight from Cleveland to Chicago, Tuesday CIRCULATION ? from "THE IOWA PUBLISHER" YEARBOOK ISSUED . , -r $3, .0; disp. tvord .05, . Littler; ad. mech, supt., .$6,130,729 CS; Map E-6 ,ales: $29,916,934 JNTY NEWS: Box 156; •5233; circ. 2,360, Wed.; .gle .10; type page B.llx , disp. inch .91; line .065; d .10. i., J. Burl Tiedemann; gen. o. T. DeFord; mech. supt., ynolds. ,1: 773 tail sales: $14,445 County; Map G-6 t. retail sales: $18,823,960 N STAR ENTERPRISE: Box ph. 515, 347-4220; clrc. 945, .; year $3, single .06; type page 1; disp. inch .56; class, word e .10; offset. 'lib,, ed., Leo C. Kqster. I: 1,351 sales: $2,309,616' ( "ounty; Map B-2 •il sales: $25,490,832 SISTER-TRIBUNE: Box h. 3611; qirc. 1,229, •".SO, single .10; type •Isp. inch .49, line 1. mgr., Ray A. nith. ion Republican Co., Inc.; .... Thurs.; year $4, single .10; type pan,. 8,lli/jx20i/i.; disp. inch .84, line .Ofi, class, word .06. Staff: Ed., ad. mgr., Robert W. Larson; news ed., Gerald Grimmond; mech. supt., T. C. Crane. MONROE CO. NEWS: 111 Benton Ave. E.; ph. 515, 932-7121; Albia Publishing Co.; clrc. 3,088; Mon.; year $4, single .10; type page 8,lH<.x20i,.,; disp. inch .84, line .06; class, word .06. Staff: Ed., Gerald Grimmond; ad. mgr., R. W. Larson; mech. supt., T C. Crane. ALGONA: 5,702 Est. retail sales: $14,891,466 Kossuth County, CS; Map B-6 Co. est. retail sales: $26,281,112 KOSSUTH CJ ••-"»" — — • -4fcPX^pllll|^^B^^^iu, £i7.j-£i£f: fire. 5.226Jlfn)nT-Thurs.: year $5, sin- ItanM^^ype page 8,12x20 : 'Xi; disp. inch .91, line. .065; class, word .07. Staff: Pub., Advance Publishing Co.; ed., Duane E. Dewel; manag. ed., Julian T. Chrischilles; mech. supt., Eugene Kelley, . ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES: 111 lax- line .Hi. Staff: Pub.. Swanson; mec ALTON: l,04t Kst. retail sales: $2. Sioux County; Map L C'o. est. retail .sales: $i ALTON DEMOCRAT: Wed.; year $3.50-$4, singli. page 7,12x19; class, line .. Staff: Pub., G. E. and M. L. ed., ad. mgr., M. L. Bower: ALTOONA: 1,458 Est. retail sales: $3,533,330 Polk County_L_MjU^Uta^«MBU _ nes: $558,921,550 ALTOONA HERALD: Ph. 515 4224; circ. 2,140. Thurs.; year $. gle .10; type page 7,11'Ax20; inch .84; class, word .04. Staff: Pub., ed., ad. mgr., K Bles/.; mech. supt., Gordon Gill. AMES: 27,003 Est. retail sales: $45,809,857 FEBRUARY 1966 line .055; class, word .07. Staff: Pub., ed., Russ Waller; ad. mgr., Don Smith; mech. supt., Jack KLGA: Box 160; ph. 515, 295-2475; KLGA, Inc.; 1600 kc, 5,000 watts day; AP; comm. Staff: Pres., v-pres., sec., treas., gen. mgr., George Allen; news ed., Mike Hueberger; farm dir., Don Howe; sports dir., Lyn Anderson; worn, prog, dir., Dorothy Greenberg. AMES DAILY TRIBUNE: Box ph. 515, 232-2160: Ames Dally line-Times Co.; circ. 7,833, ABC week city carrier .40. year in-mail $10, single .10; type pa- 21; I/PI; color; disp. line word .07. Staff: Pub., bus. mgr., I' dyke; manag. ed., Rod city ed., Wayne P Joyce Manchester; I Buhl; ad. dir., ger ad. mgr., Verio ' mgr., Mildred 5,226 5,707 i KQSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION

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