The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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AJg»no, (to.) Upp«r Dtt Metim Tutxioy, Augutt 16, 1966 Finish Second The Braves placed second in the National Little League here this year. Members of the squad are shown above. In front, left to right, are Danny Carlson, Doug Allen, Matt Reilly, Randy Ferden, Joe, Bestenlehner and Howie Clegg. Back row, left to right, Coach Bob Post, Tim Lucey, Rex Post, Steve Jones and Danny Struecker. Missing when the photo was snapped were Coach Bud Ferden, Mike Cooper and Tom Moe. The Braves wound up their season with a 6-3 record. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Jas. Dougherty New Manager Local Theaters regular election Sept. 12. Terms expire for directors Verner Wirtz and Ronald Meyer. Nomination papers became available Aug. 12 at the school office or the Journal office. The papers must be in the hands of the district secretary by noon Sept. 1. JAMES DOUGHERTY James D. Dougherty has been named the new manager of the Algona and Starlite Drive-In theatres. He will replace Lloyd Gray, who is entering an investment partnership in Colorado. Dougherty, 40, and his wife Patricia are both natives of Sioux Falls, S. D. They have two sons, Matthew, 9, and Daniel, 8, and attend St. Cecelia's church. The Doughertys are moving here from Norfolk, Virginia, where he had been stationed with the Air Force. He is a graduate of the University of Omaha with a degree In political science and his wife is a 'graduate of Augustana College, Sioux Falls. The family is In the process of finding housing in Algona, Gray will assist Dougherty In his new duties until Sept. 12. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Two Directors To Be Elected At West Bend Two directors pf the West Bend Community School district are to be elected at the FARM BALE CALENDAR AUGUST 24 - Ralph Campbell Estate, located at west edge of Seneca store, beginning at 7p. m. Included in the land auction are 77 acres of excellent farm land, complete with buildings. Lyle Bensen and Clair Clark, auctioneers, Duane and Kenneth Campbell, executors, Harold McNertney, attorney for estate. Details in this newspaper Thursday. AUGUST 27 —Schultz Grocery, Lone Rock, complete closing-out sale of groceries, dry goods, clothing, fixtures and antiques. Sale begins at 5:30 p. m. Jenson and Bensen, Auctioneers, Lone Rock Bank, Clerk. Details in this newspaper next Tuesday. Local Firms Offer Photos To Fair 4-Hers The Security State Bank and Poundstone Studio of photography have announced a new program for 4-H youngsters who are showing their livestock projects at the Kossuth County Fair. Those 4-H members, who wish, may receive a free 8 x 10 picture of themselves with their beef, sheep or swine project. These pictures will be taken at the fairgrounds during fair week This program will replace the bank's past activity of buying livestock at the sale and the cosponsors, the bank and the studio, feel this will reward many more 4-H youngsters with a lasting remembrance of their work in 4-H. Graveside Ritts Graveside rites for Randall Scott Reefer, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reefer, Algona, were held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens, with Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiating. The baby died Friday evening at the Britt hospital where he was born several days earlier. Besides his parents, survivors include two small brothers, Ronnie and David. McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. No Diversion For Wheat Wheat farmers were reminded today that no diversion program will be in effect for the 1967 wheat crop. Wheat program participants will be able to qualify for domestic marketing certificates and price-support loans. R. L Anderson, chairman, ASCS County Committee, said that it is particularly important for farmers with small wheat allotments to remember that diversion payments are no longer available. Many of these farmers have been diverting all or a part of their wheat-allottfient acres for payment in recent years; however, no income can be derived from the wheat program in 1967 unless the crop is planted. Mr. Anderson pointed out that wheat growers participating in the 1967 wheat program will again be guaranteed full parity on the part of* their wheat crop which is allocated for domestic food use. For each participating farm, this will be the projected production on 40 percent of the wheat allotment. The domestic marketing certificates, available on this "domestic" wheat, will be valued at the difference between mil parity as of July 1, 1967, and STARLITE DRIVE INI - ENDS TONIGHT - KpcK, Gina HUDSON • IPLUOBRJGIDA YOUNG the $1.25 loan value announced for the 1967 crop. (The certificate value for the 1966 crop is $1.32 per bushel). The regular price-support loan will be available on all the wheat produced on a participating farm (except extra wheat produced under the "excess wheat" option). The increased national wheat allotment acreage for the 1967 crop is expected to increase wheat-producer Income by from $75 million to $100 million (because of increased marketings) ALGONA TONIGHT ft WEDNESDAY MOOCStY COMING THURS., AUG. 18 LIMITED ENGAGEMENT MATINEES DAILY 1:30 P.M. fWALT biSNEY'S*! i ACHIEVEMENT!! SECOND FEATURE JANET VAN SHEUEY MARIHA [DM • JOHNSON -WIMBIS- MB! H "UK „ anD L+vers JULIE oiCK ANDREWS-VAN DYKE IECHNICOLOR 1 WALK THROUGH THIS DOOR FOR CHOICE MEATS MEAT Fresh, Frozen Cured Wholesale & Retail Meats Aged Beef On Hand At All Times Home Cured Hams, Bacon, Dried Beef ALGONA'S BEST GROUND BEEF FRESH POULTRY HOME FREEZER SERVICE CUT, WRAPPED, SHARP - FROZEN AND DELIVERED ALGONA'S ONLY COMPLETE SERVICE MEAT MARKET JOE DOWNEY'S ALGONA HEAT MARKET Sit DIAGONAL - A1OOHA KXKJM I40O. - PHONI 2U-S15*

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