The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1948 · Page 7
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SECOND SECTION A>' '•• • ,- >;.''• -Ti< j-' *y-P" *-..'- . -. . . . . a !_..*. . 1..I Igmra FEBRUARY 24, 1948 > • w J^^MM* ' IIV «v* t|j , -',? Assured 1,29 A Buy For 1947 Crop i f " ^Irtce'.theDecent break'in grain „ prices, the once popular ¥ corn , t jjoah is again beginning"* t6 find faver with Kossuth -county farm* chairman . of the committee. • * * to 0. L< -Thoreson, county AAA fj,' / * THE CORN LOAN, , by the' Commodity is credit f corporation, still assured a farmer h6 will receiv6 $1.20 {ua'.bushel for his 1947 crop.' ' ' ' , * * * T 7 Cash'corn is still a lot'higher ian that ih Emmotsburg but • , sincb- 'going' on' the! skids last ^month from'a'peak $2.84,' rnore, and mbredfarmers have been eye, In/*; the corn loan as an ace in the " holfy -Thoreson-said. ,, , ' ' ,s,Hci explained a farmer, any-, *> time up to JiiH0 30,-canltakd'out Q 1i- t .y.-j.AJ.l»_Jt* rt/\ j. i.^A.i t . • ., <•> ort , sure "dr^ettTri'^'thaf "nuTcTh ! f tit; it, '''T^'LoANS-'friaturc Sept! r , ^anp^i'f" corry^should have % drdpped<ias low as 50 cents a-* fou'ghetf by, "'that time the *• pr > oducer t loan deliver his corn in.'paym'ent/jif he so desires. t ', V 'l * * j * * ' . X .The loans' draw 3 percent in- terpst."-If-a farmer takes out .a ' corjri 'loan,-, he can 'buy -it. back, at the -samb .rate, Sl',29 a bushel,, a't ,» any time he might need if ,for feed, Brennan said. • >< '.> ' .' , * * « ' ** Corn loans were introduced in 1934 J and' proved a life-gaver, for K»f farmers with a'corn surtfltii-' that could hardly give away..The big corn selling years, 'Brennan said; were '• in 1938,. 1939 and'. 1940. Then, 'as ,war began popping all around ,the planet, the price' bf , corn started going Hip, and nhe ,j corn loan began' going in the dis- ' .card. •' ' i ..' . , , ' THE NUMBER r ,wno; made, us'e of it in 1945. 1946 arid 1947 was negligible. Only 'a handful had • 'the loans,, last month when^corn went up to $2.64,* oats to '$1.36 and. beans to .$4.30. Although y grains May Be In Popular Favor i •*• recalled -jt was only a ytfajf ado, in mid-February^ that corA Wai $i,il, .<oats> aroiittd, 1 ' 8« land hogs $25.25, just? be* inning their rise., Anything dah apoGij this yfear, he <poiftfcr' dtit. "1*110 cofrt loan may r look pfbt- ty,g6od to Us farmers if W6 . , , s. We haven t yet 'had & bUrnfe'dir , .buntoef yield in, 1948," he ha ' si veloped for 'most of thcTsta'tcs fof "We haven t yet ' crop since hybrid seed has developed for 'most of th in the. -union r noi- since a all plan has been Europe." , • ' "- ' ' f • - ' .- ..—•'- '" t *" Battle Develops Over No. 60 residents alon No. fln o. 60, blacktop road south frornjvisi eafet' of Wesley to the Ncn 3;pa»•"" Which 'runs ' thrdUgh . 'Gold m » »*"» nii.v/Mgn . VJIMU" H,uihboldf:ahs intqrcst- impasse which' ha's" de' ed m, ; aft Voloppd.'bfetw'cen farmers btf t 8-rtiile'; stretch, s'outh/from e- Bd , Wifck . aljd the state highway cbni- mlssioiiu -• • . \\ •* LASTSLONGER Now 1 - you can "get -.the fam.ou? Ser'vel' Gas Refrigerator that more than 3,000,000 owper? say stays silept, lasts longer; } n its different, simpler 'freezing sys- tern ! there' are 'iMv'jnQying parts, Wo valves, pistor^' 6V pump. No machinery tha.| can wear or 'get noisy,, JusM* tiny, gas flame does th"§ woj-k, . i New and greater, the v fftrpous Gas -Refrigerator i? yow liest investment jo'convenienee, too, see - the- wpnderful new now on display! suent , , / ^.m^v^ ?, \ r ' ' ' * w > IV ."•., v-x- ,f ^ , !*'< U m • •• ••* • • ^'t> * j v?"* 1 ?*^*' ' ^•"-'v* 3 *'*-* 0 - i&nd the farmers'.;' hav<i Iskqd', for paving onj thaf^strptch. ^TheYoommissibri a m^agp j Jap^ro.Ved a.prbjcc't fo ^"W-? grading, bridging, and coiSatriiction ,.,,of stabilized base anfl; bituminous 'surfacing' [re'- •bla'cktoppingl of eight' miles 'bc- -gmmng a mile nor,th of No. '3'," but.that will require a Wider roadway .whtch the commission has Offered-,to buy from the farmers alongside'.. ' "• The' 1 impasse has • arisen because „ the . farmers; who seem After 40 Yrs. Schoolmates f , • Met, Swea City Stores City — Schoolmates and neighbors moot after 40 years apart. Mr. John Tiscn of Lake v.uuau n me ( J,fllllims, WHO SCBin willing, to accept the "commission's"- Compensation, want' to be assured first .that the stretch will be, payed, not merely graded, 'etc.,-and re-blacktopped, but the commission will not agree to such; guaranty. - . There the'matter rests for the present. 4 . '•• . H'llenga, Wode^ , , funeral services for Mrs. Harm Hillep'ga, Sr., were held at the hbhie, Feb. 16, east of Titonka, and 'at the Woden Reformed hufqh, with burial in the Chr/s- iah Reformed cemetery:-' ' ' ' ' Mrs.' Hillenga 'passed awjay E;eb. a:b . T r ancl .'three" Sons, _ibo,. Harm and Edwin,- all" living neaV Woden. , . - - Made-.To-Measure Clothes Order Now for Spring Good clothes that fit will give one a feeling of self assurance. One of the worth-while things in life — —Several hundred new smart patterns in 13 price groups. From $37.50 to $99.00 depending upon the quality you desire. ' Phone 610 • for Appointment *ft"":'r^:*~$ '• Made-'io-Measure Clothes -322 S/ Jones ' .;,' Algona Preston, S. D., was passing thru here recently and took , time to look up his friends Walter C. Peterson here, ancl William and Art Peterson near Bancroft, Guesis at Toriries Mr. and Mrs. Mancill Hurlburt and daughter Judy Were Monday evening guests at Francis Torine home. Underwent pufgery Mrs. Arden Hovcy of Lone Rock was at Iowa Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, last week whore she underwent surgery. Mrs. is the daughter (Maurine) Of"Wm. Meyer here. Sioux City Couple Parents jMr. and Mrs, Louis Alver of Sioux City wer6 parents of a son born Thursday, Feb. 19. The mother is the former Joy Gibbson from here. This makes Mr. and Mrs. Sain Gibbson grandpatenls. Kay, Emery to Iowa City Kay, small daughter of Mr. ancl Mrs 1 . Kenneth Emory became very ill during the past week and was rushed to Iowa Children's hospital, where she is being treated for diabetes. tylrs, McGfregor Hostess Mrs. Clifford, McGregor entertained at her home Wednesday afternoon members of the Methodist Ladies Circle and some invited guests. Assisting her in serving the luncheon were Mrs. Joe Hyler and Mrs. Clifford Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGregor of Fairmont, Minn., were Wed- neshday visitor^ with their children Clifford McGregor's and Chas. McElwee's. Rucben Holcomb, assessor for Swca township has his Work well underway as next week will move many families elsewhere. Harold V. Jones, agent for Pioneer Hy-bred seed corn, received his shipment and has it stored at j— ji . \ carce Are ! ( Arrlf ing At > ' . * ^^ Just Received This Week ! A .Carloqg §f Vilified Clay - 'A v >' ; . * ' Septic Jqi(c§-Order one Now,. , ' ' Insulation ' Aggregate, IN AISO ' to' carry yp«i pvt'gwt, towns ore ' ve th§ Red Ytr fpal in town er seuntry, '' . Poster Linde implement Co., where he has been busy checking it out to customers the past few days. Walter Rugers Home From West ^ • LuVerne—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ruger returned Sunday evening from a vacation trip of six weeks spent in California and points of interest on west e.Oast/.fhey'hjis'J..' ll ited Mrs. Ruber's brothe* aftfl Sis*;,' 4 ter-in-law Mr; afid Mrs, ClfeH' '' Volentine in Van Nuys< alsd Wiffi, V- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ThoftWat' "> San Bernandino. Edgar is thfe soft' ' • of Mr. and Mrs. E, B. ThbfriaS bf LuVerne. Mr. ana Ml*/. Jofitt Ruger, parents 6f Walter, AfaylA at the farm during th6ir eon'd ab» sence have retUrhed to "their , . home ih LuVerne DARD Still tops in service along nudwesfcfhighwa^s? There's' ( the familiar "Standard Service" sign, and there's thip brand- new sign that's replacing it. This new sign . \ . oval, with the flaming torch of service and the single ' word "Standard" ... is easier to see and identify. It's symbolic of a great- 1" —— — • *,—— / •-+*+»**. v T K^AA*W*« V i k/A\yA4.UU.A C1G" «j/»tf » !• i S J' "(fi • t , , f. ^ i-J ( 'V"V vA"" •••. - ~ signed to bring you even'better prod-'' ucts and service facilities along the road. These top-notch products and facilities—together with expert, courteous, personalized service—await you under both new sign and old ... to assure you pleasanter driving and longer life C for your car. STANDARD OIL COMPANY Carries Insurance Against Food Loss For five full Yean 16 Cp.Ft.'White King 9 Home, Freezer 13,5,6$ Dawn, 5.QO , "• Per Week If You Dedra ( **,Triple-sealed, alr-locled dpon 4 Cork and r°ck wool irisvlatipn '« H«rm*tl?«l|y ?»«!<!?) freezing «nit , JCeep "fruit ppa,rk}ing fresh. Have tasty broilers any day of.the year. Enjoy your own fresh-flavored game. White King brings you all of these; more economical food buying, end of canning" troubles, fresh food flayer, -valuably vitamins, out-of^eapon foods a<; any tjme plus up to $300 foocj loss protection fQ? 5 years , should, any loss oc.eur due t9 powep cut-oft* pr w&m* jcal failure, - , 8 Cu. Ft, White $}ng H°«» e FT? c ?pr». i • i • f ^fl5*fiQ > Ff»i Paging &it ,11 WELDERS mm Pttxmbmg and Always in the Fire Volume 1—No. 50 WEARECROWSNGAUTTLE— Over the splendiferous selections of new bathroom accessor- that have been coming through our back door here at the shop. Wait,until you see them. Why, we'have them,in colors so that whether your friend wife is a brunette', blonde or redhead we can fix up your bathrooms to match her complexion. Just imagine your bathroom fixed up all in^a • light peach shade-j-ain't that- sumpin'? The only way to really appreciate this new bathroom stuff is to.dybp in out here and lake a look at iirsi-hand. -These bath fixtures and accessories are the very latest out, and the best thing is that they don't nick the pocketbook very bad. '' ' t > This has been one of-our busiest- ite'ms in, recent weeks. We 'are well equipped with water heaters at this very moment, and can give you a size that is suited to your home and your family. We install, in town • ox country, and can give you oil or electric. f If you are still without .a first- • class water heater,,let us • figure with ypu ^>n one.' The "Go Signal" Is On For you who want-to get in the modern swing of things and install a new coal stoker. If you are concerned with ever- rising fuel costs,'and if you want fuel security at less cost, you can do nothing better than install (a, Winkle'r Automatic Coal Stoker. Call -us if you are interested. We will arrange a demonstration and free heat survey for you. AND FOR FORCED AIR FURNACES We have really been busy,on too. Some folks think a long shutdown and a lot of messy work are necessary to get in a new forced air furnace* Such is not the case. Our long experience" in, ihis held of Vork makes it possible for iis here at Irons to change pvey' on furna,ee equipment with a minimum of time,w|d Bussing, There f are some fine new forced a|r lwrn''~. apes on 'the market, and ,we Candle Jtfte best. On any type of fceafin? jprofelfm, we will be glad to work wUh YOJW- .<' •'".'•" • 9m .te Tuesday, Fab; 24, 1948 ,<> jr. '^S^l-l'

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