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in thC: : ....... e El- ;" WOONSOCKET NEWS i Mrs. v/nscket' S. D, -- Page 5 Thursday, January 4, 1962 witz 'ere a n+lorla ... Mrs. Lloyd Flagel to Ft. for a A day or two of temperatures hereabove freezing but with no more ow -- the weather and roads sowitZave been good for the last of uests2)ecember. at the A correction in last week's FI. G,ems -- the Gaylord and Leo linnercotts spent Christmas Day at home/the Roy Cope home near Arte- andian and the Orval Mickelsons spentand Darrel Corrlets were at Wal- ,es at, lace Welchs' near Letcher. VaLet Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott t- oere pleasantly reminded of their s rth wedding anniversary Christ- rivedmas night when their family, the sternGaylord and Herbert Scotts, S+ and A. Digernesses and Richard :- idVicknas came to spend the eve- ap . ;ter. rang with them. t Sun- Sunday dinner guests last week taft. f Parnell Brewicks were Mr. homeand Mrs. Wavne Brewick of gs to&Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. oNr- v thernan Christianson and family of (Is for Flandreau visit Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Olsen at- e 1ended an Olsen family gather- yiord,:ing at the Freddie Johnson home t of-Saturday evening. Others pres- ent were the Albert Ruhbergs and r and Elmer Olsons. Vrank Ruth Ann Hjelm and Jean uests'Schroeder of Lane were over- night guests Wednesday of Mata rrivedand Marcia Flagel. They attend- Liforned the Sunday School class party for the confirmation and young eoria, People's classes and their friends in theat the Trinity Church that eve- G. E.' Pang. t e r e Wednesday afternoon and din- them,her guests at the C. A. Woods [Hur-ho_me in Plankinton were Mr. and Mrs. LeRov Olsen, the Ar- W. D. chic Anderson Clvde Olsen and ubergBob Niles families and Martin Larson. . Jo- Mr. and Mrs. Parnell Brewick 's. AI- were among the Christmas guests iwick, at the John Brewick home in spent Mitchell.. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anna Brewick were guests at Ed Mil- ]'s. e and Wednesday evening d i n n e r eveguests of Howard Dahls were dskysMx, and Mrs. Fred Johnson, Mrs. Amanda Swenson and Emma mothy+Johnson, both of Mitchell, Mrs. i StmGusta Johnson, Duane and Bob, JohnMr. and Mrs. Delbert Johnson s thi lr daughters and Mr. and Mrs. arnell Brewick. friend Mrs. Hannah Thompson accom- apanied the Melvin Solbergs to .  Webster Saturday. The young people from Storla rlSlteGal Trinity enjoyed a hay ride . -u'at party at the Storla church to re"hasement Thursday evening. gancy Mr. and Mrs. Enrest Thomp- son and family and Mr. and Mrs. ---.- Lyle Johnson were Saturday eve- ning dinner guests of Archie An- [DE dersons. + The Ervin 2astads, Archie Andersons, Lavern Larsons and Duane Stekls were Christmas guests of Len Andersons. The latter were Tuesday evening din- ner guests at the Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Northrup and Dawn spent the week end at the Jesse Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Woods were also New Year's Eve guests there. Letters.... Editor of the News: Mr. Berg's letter criticizing the feed grain program is a little surprising. I believe that most of our farmers and businessmen consider this program to be a step in the right direction. The cash payments and supplies of livestock feed made available un- der the program have given our whole economy a much needed boost. Last winter the secretary of agriculture predicted that the feed grain program would do four things, namely: (1) Increase farm income; (2) Reduce govern- ment stocks; (3) Lower costs to the taxpayer; (4) Stabilize retail prices. The program has accomplished these four objectives and more. Net farm income is up about a billion dollars over 1960; feed grin prod,ction is about 800 million bushels less than it would have been without the prouram and government stocks are being reduced about 280 minion bus- bels: storage and handling costs will be redfaced about 500 million dollars: and prices to consumers have been stabilized and have even declined. Realizing these facts as they appear in the of- ficial records it is hard to see why anyone should say that the proeram has been a failure. Other eood features of the pro- gram sould also be cited. Non- cooperators are not eligible for price s,voort. Price sunports are based on normal yields so there is no incentive to increase yie]d by heavy aDolications of fertilizer. Te land retired from production in most cases is at least nveraee and, in many cas- es. bove average. Bases and yieTd are set bv Locally elected frer eom,ittee and every f, rmer  O'e right of appeal if he cn how that he has not bon tretd fairly. One more oint in ramembe.r -- many of t nv,,o- mde trader this ororrrm 'e l'en in tht form of rin atredv owned by the c n.,tlv fl-d tt, e slinrs]v of sl,,-l,, ttnet- t the same time. WotNer wo ]it-o it or not we ]i,o i-  m,hidied economy. the fn,,nrllno nq the ntinn and very fe nle constd- them to he ..ruv wrone. WPn all m.n- i-.,tHr. cn aualify for government ,itance i, one form nr -nther it wonld be mo'allv wrone to expect affricul- t,re to eo it alone. It would The Berdean Hill family visit- pot o,]v be wrong, it would be  .... atives m Rapid CRy last distrn,,. That was roven qtde en, ol-ivelv 30 Vrg no. D. I Mr, mad Mrs. Tract Woods and ! hove your readers will judge IhabY arrived Tuesday at the pa- the ,,rsm by what it has ac- w I retal Woods home from Silvis, corlis'ed rafl, er than bv what I IlL They left again on Friday. some people think it has not z I DCmer guests there on Wednes- done. were Mrs Ellen Malde, the Le,die I. Grace, chairman =----Dave Busks, the John and Ed- Sanborn County ASC Committee win Malde families and . Thor I Jasperson. In the afternoon the _ ' ant daughter of Mr. andMrs. STORIA SUNSET - Iacy Woods, Dion Charise, was 3781 |baptized in the Storla church. and Mrs Dave Busk, Jim HOME / Mr, ings I Woods and E'dwin Malde were ==.== sponsors and she was car- ried by her grandmother, Mrs. Member - American Nurs- Woods. Pastor and Mrs. and family were also evening dinner guests at the :Woods home. Sunday evening dinner guests the Harris Erickson home Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hess sons, Mr. and Mrs. John and Thomas. Isabel and Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Thompson and Quentin. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shottenkirk White Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Busk and sons of Lane, Ellen Malde and Thor Jas- l*rSOn were New Year's Day guests at the Monroe Woods rne. 'iday evening dinner guests :the Eilwin Johnson home were and Mrs. Harlen Digerness, and Barbara Pawlowski, and Mrs. Clayton Digerness, and Mrs. Stanley Madsen a! Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Woods. large group of young people the New Year's wake at the Trinity Church Stm- evoning. o'clock dinner guests of Andersons were Mr. and Albert Selland, Mr. and Harlen Digerness, Mr. and Roy Hutton, Mrs. Darlene Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jong and Mr. and Mrs. Se- luncheon guests of Huttons following the Christ- program were Mr. and Mrs. J. Selland, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Digerness, Mrs. Darlene )son and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Christmas guests at Dewane on's were the Royce Hall- gs of Sioux Falls, the Joe Fox mily of Alexandria, Colrnan llUdauers, Mr. and Mrs. Alva ,g and Mrs. Bert Smith of teheU. in Wnme Aociation Non Profit Corporation Wessinton Surins Livestock Auction Butcher hofs sold at a top of 17.10 with the bulk selling from 16.75 to I.90. Feeder pigs from 17.00 to 18.10 pounds. Sows from 13.10 to 16.60. Ewes from 9.30 to 13.50. Strs from 21.0 to 25.25. Str. calves 26.00 to 29.25. Hfrs. 18.75 to ?.40. Hfr. calves 24.65 to 27.80. Cows 11.40 to 16.40. For this Friday (12 outstanding Holstein fi,'t calf Mrs., start calving March 1. Will meet any- ones insvection. Consigned by Dale Easton.) 21 Heref, rd calves, 15 Shorthorn strs. 39 light yrling str., 30 ewes to lamb in February. 20 Black W. F. calves. Special sa!e Saturday, January 6. Don Foster, owner Don Foster. wner and manager. Office ph. 3431 Res. ph. 3 32 + ++,+ +++ #" ++, ++++ , ; { :'.:/ GOLDEN VALLEY SOUP KRAFT - 12 oz. Tom. or veg. STRAWBERRY PRESERVES DOUBLE VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT TASTE SEALED 2for 19c I] oz. 29 WHOLE APRICOTS 2 for 29c HILEX gal. jar 49c Morrell PRIDO Pleasmor CRACKERS Hershey CHOC. CHIPS 3 lb. can lb. box 12 oz. pkg. 69c 23c 2 for 77c 0 Del Monte SALMON No 1 can PINK With coupon 77c #...% 0 "0 0 WE GIVE S& H GREEN STAMPS! H U. S. No. 1 Texas GRAPEFRUIT RADISHES Large 7 bunch LITTU[ Large Crisp Heads Ior Med. size waxed RUTABAGA c lb. :D'. S. No. 1 Calif. GREEN ONIONS Large c bunch Frontier Sliced BACON 39 Ib.pkg. 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