The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 17
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NOVEMBER 27, 1962 Isona Upper Bes jlomeg a a m u a IB H H H H H H H U Whatever your honeymoon plans, don't be bur- denecl with the added worry of where the mon- oys coming from. As soon as you start planning your wedding, start planning your honeymoon by opening your safe, profitable account here. That way you'll hove the extra funds you need to go to that special restaurant or stay at that luxurious hotel. By the way, a savings account here is an excellent start for second honeymoons, too. Start one today. CURRENT EARNINGS 4% COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1917 MAKING YOUR TOWN A BETTER TOWN IN WHICH TO LIVE THROUGH SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS. Many Awards Presented To 4-H Members Over 300 4-H boys and girls were recognized for their outstanding project work, record keeping eadership and club activities at local award nights Nov. 3-14, according to Robert C. Johnson county extension associate. The 4-H award programs were scheduled to recognize members for a job well done and to better explain the 4-H program to parents and friends. NOVEMBER 27, 1962 Clubs and members receiving awards include — Standard 4 certificates & achievement seals Bancroft Busy Bees, Blue & White Buffalo Boosters, Burt Blue Birds Cresco Chums, Eagle-ettes, Fen ton Forwards, Garfield Gems Greenwood Girls, Irvington Ideals Lakota Luckics, Lone Rock Lively Rockets, Lotts Creek Lassies, LuVerne Live Wires, LuVerne Poppy Pals, Plum Creek Klite, Riverdale Rustlers I, Riverdale Rustlers II, Seneca Stars, U-Go-I- Go, Union Alethean, Wesley Wizards, Aggressive Lads, Buffalo Burt Bombers, Fenton Progres- sors, Garfield Hustlers, Grant Hustlers, Grant Hustlers, Lotts Creek ..eaders, LuVerne Eager Beavers, D lum Creek Boys, Ramsey Boys, Swea-Harnson Boys, Union Boys, A'esley Boys. Leaders for years of service — 00 • • • • • • H • • OUT" fly «f lit .To Mrs Ed Arend, Algona, five; Mrs Ben Anliker, West Bend, five; Mn Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock, is Mrs Ervin Gerber, Algona, 10; Mrs Ted Hoover, Jr., Titonka, 5; Mrs Lloyd Thorson, Armstrong, !>• •Mrs Burdettc Hoeppner, Lakota, 5; Mrs John Voss, Jr., LuVorne. 5: Wallace Hawcott, Burl. 10; Djek Knocker, Algona, S; Albert II. Johnson, Corwilh, 5; Clarence Diers, Bancroft. 5; Kenneth Strayer, Burt, 15 and Joseph Skow Wesley, 10. Chicago Awards trips sponsored by the Cooperative Elevators of :he County, Corwilh Coop Elova- :ot and K &. H Oil Co. of Wes- ey — Rosemary Gisch, Algona; Rosemary Vises, Burt; Bernadette lilberl. Lu Verne; Carolyn Ley. ..akota; Mary Beth Reilly,'Algona; Jackie Laab.s, Lone Rock; Kenneth Bormann, Bode; Allan Bode, Algona; Tom Henry, Algona; Gaen Metzgcr, Whitlemore: Richard )lson, Armstrong, and Chris Nygaard, Wesley. PUMPKIN Mrs Rudy Henkels of Farley Will be busy making pies from a 55 pound pumpkin grown by the Henkels. FISH Lester Schmitt of Cresco, caught a big 45-pound flathead catfish at the Winona pool of the Mississippi river. The fish was 40 inches long, and had a 29-inch girth. Feed Grain '63 Program Is Outlined Feed Grain producers of Kos- sulh county will be notified in (he near future as to general provisions of the 1963 feed grain program, according to Richard I. Anderson, chairman of (he county ASC committee. I'nliko the 1962 program, only one signup will he held for the 1963 eetl grain program, and that will u> early next year. Additional in- r ormation, including the base acre- nges. yields, and payment rates established for farms, will be mailed to growers prior to the signup period. Program Is Voluntary The chairman explained that the 1%3 program will be a voluntary program, under which a farmer may divert an acreage of corn, or grain sorghums to a conservation use and receive a diversion payment and a price-support payment; he will also qualify for a price-support loan on his crop. Base acreages for each of the grains will be combined into a total feed grain base for the farm 4-H Trip To Chicago Samsonite Silhouette* HOW TO TRAVEL IN LUXURY WITHOUT REALLY FLYING The exciting new '63 Chevrolet has captured the silence and effortless ease of jet flight and translated it to highway travel. Every new Chevrolet, whether it's a luxury Impala, a low-priced Bel Air or a Biscayne, now has self-adjusting brakes, a Delcotron generator to extend battery life, and the ingenious new flush-and-dry system. A test drive of a few miles will amaze you. This '63 Chevrolet is a quality automobile, built to, travel with, the very best." : Whea) .&W$?JflQrepeof^dependpn you're driving a Chevrolet:, you don't take a back seat to anyonef ....„- ^ ^ „ '6S Chevrolet ImyajQ Sport Coup9 As* about "Go with the Greats," a spec/a/ record album of top artists and hits kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's-^3Chevrolet._Chsv V n, Corvair and Corvette 108 SOUTH HALL KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY The Gift that goes far with everyone ~ 37 SCHOOL VEARS Mrs Agnes Gross, of Grand Junction, retired in July, from 37 consecutive years as mother of children in school. This is the first year that none of her own children are enrolled in either school or college. There are 8 profess- ons in the family of 11. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. $150 Scholarship To Whittemore Student, I.S.U. Kr^Ti^nTr", 111 ^forbrrK. lea,!,., of the Greenwood ,,,,.,' ip Helclorf cr, Iowa's outstanding 4-H tractor mcm- 4 II n i r y WG ™ mnkin g P' ans for Philip to attend the National f r n .^ ongross ln Chlc ag° Nov. 23-29. Nearly 1500 boys and on .1 states and Puerto Rico are expected to attend. This — Cll ' Z( ' nsl ' | P '" Action." (UDM Engraving) . and the farmer may divert from one or more of the feed grains t presented in his total base. Th minimum diversion will be 20 per cent of the farm's total feed grai ba.se, and the maximum will b 50 percent or up to a total of 2 acres, whichever is higher, bi not in excess of the total base fo the farm. Must Comply To Be Eligible As under the 1963 wheat stabil ization program, a fanner wil have to comply with the intention shown on his agreement; if h* does not comply fully with provi sions of the program, he will no be eligible for any payments 01 price support on any of the fee< grains. Also, to be eligible for a diversion payment and price sup port on one farm, a grower taking part in the 1963 feed grain pro gram must not exceed the tola feed grain base acreage on any other farm in which he has an in terest. Advance payments will again be available at the time of signup Final payments will be made aftei compliance has been determined Ames. Iowa — James Nichols son of Mr and Mrs Ralph W. Nichols, Whittemore, has been named recipient of a C.y. Stephens Scho- arshlp in the amount of $150. The cholarships were established In 936 and are awarded on the basis f high scholarship and financial eed. Nichols is a junior at Iowa State Jniversity where he is enrolled in 10 combination curriculum ol •airy and Food Industry and mechanical engineering. ( UDM engraving) Hat Box, $20.09 • ladies' O'Nite. $27.50 All pr/ctl p'vi ft* Won't luggagft from $27.50 Civft ttiem the luxury of Silhouette, the Jet-ag» luggage that goes all the way in lightness and effi. ciency! 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This means it will not be available readily for their support and education in the meantime "Sj You may feel that you do not have enough proper-"" ty to warrant a will. But remember that deaths among young adults are more likely to be by accidental than by natural causes. And, if there is an accident there may be a lawsuit resulting in a large payment of money that become part of the estate. Actually, the less you have the more important careful planning is because each dollar has to go farther to do the job for the family. Free Gift Wrapping] When You Think Of JEWELRY Think Of SHARP'S I large Selection

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