The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 11
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, February 3, 1966 Many Subjects Will Be Covered at Corn Clinic Subjects to be covered In the Clinic program include: (1) Good Soil Management with an Illustrated lecture on use of fertilizer and soil tests. (2) Soil Insect Control...presented by a Shell Chemical Company representative. Shell, among other farm chemicals, has Aldrln and Aldrex. (3) Chemical Weed Control.. • .by a spokesman for Am- chem Products, Inc., the company that discovered 2,4-D seventeen years ago, and Ami- ben, the pre-emergence spray for soybeans and corn. (4) Corn Hybrids for Modern Farming, . , highlighting the latest corn growing practices and featuring the big swing to single and 3-way cross hybrids. Speaker on this subject will be furnished by DeKalb Agricultural Association, leader in developments on single cross hybrids. (5) Modern Power and Production Methods. ..Allis-Chalmers provides the lecturer and projected feature material to bring farmers up-to-date on the latest field equipment and power machinery. (6) Less Loss, More Profit at Harvest Time. . .another valuable presentation on harvest practices to assure maximum "In the bin" yields and maximum profits. The meetings are climaxed by a panel discussion of Individual problems presented from the floor. This effort marks the first time that meetings as professional and comprehensive as those in this series have been brought to farmers in and around Fairmont. Generally, it is necessary for farmers to go great distances to attend and avail themselves of advanced farm meetings of this type, As the experts would say, ". . . all you stand to gain Is 'new know-how geared to higher income.' " Wesley Man's Brother Killed Aboard Ship WESLEY - Mr. andMrs.Vince Cruise received word Jan. 22 that his brother, James Cruise, 40, had been killed on a ship in a Viet Nam harbor. He enlisted in the Navy in 1939 and before his death was in civil service with the Marines. His family lives in San Geronimo, Calif. - o - CREAMERY MEETING The annual meeting of the Farmer's Cooperative Creamery will be held Feb. 12 In the Methodist church parlors at 1:30 p. m. The Kiilsholm group will furnish entertainment. Karl Kiilsholm will be guest speaker. - o - ELEVATOR MEETING The annual meeting of the Farmers Coop Elevator will be held Feb. 21 in the public school auditorium at 8 p. m. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steven joined a large group of relatives at a dinner party Saturday evening at Spencer In honor of the golden wedding anniversary of Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Steven of Algona. The senior couple will have open house In early summer. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Root returned home Jan. 24 from Council Bluffs where they made the acquaintance of their new grandson, Matthew, who was born Jan, 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Root, who also have two other children. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Loeblg attended the funeral of J. M. Townsend at Britt recently. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Feb. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grant of Britt, formerly of Wesley, received word their son, Corporal Robert A. Grant, who was seriously injured by sniper fire Jan. 17, is to arrive at the Navy hospital In Chicago Feb. 3, from Viet Nam. Grants do not know how badly he was injured. Mrs. Grant plans to visit him In the hospital soon. Lawrence Koppen had major surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Jan. 25 for removal of a kidney. His wife is with him and other relatives visit him frequently. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stevens visited Mrs. Geo. Tush, a patient in Mercy hospital in Mason City, Thursday evening, Mrs. Tush is the former DarleneDorn- bier. Their two children, Tim and Tom, were at the home of their grandparents, the Clarence Dornbiers, during their mother's FARM SALE CALENDAR FEB. 5, Saturday - 6:30 p. m. a Quitting Business Auction sale of Gay's D-X station, In Rin*- sted, owned byGaylordChristen- sen. This is an inside sale and includes all service station equipment and items such as required in a station, listed in detail in ad, Clark & Bensen, auctioneers; EmmetCountyState Bank, Ringsted, clerk. hospitalization. She had foot surgery. Tom Reiling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Reiling, enlisted In the Marines and left Jan. 23 from Des Molnes for San Diego, Calif. The C, D. A. meeting which was to have held Jan. 25 was postponed to Feb. 1 . Officers and past Grand Regents of Wesley were invited to be guests of the St. Benedict court. Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained the Neighborhood Birthday Club at her home Jan. 27. Mrs. Merle Loss entertained her bridge club Jan. 24. Herman Studer was brought home Jan. 26 from the Britt hospital where he had been a patient several weeks for care of an injured leg. F.F.A. Election The West Bend chapter of the Future Farmers of America recently elected officers for the new year. Jim Fehr was named president, Ronald Struthers, vice president, Gerald Marso, secretary, Paul Yoch, treasurer, John Ketelson, reporter, Richard Girres, sentinel, Leland Metzger, parliamentarian, and Larry Lauck, chaplain. XPRIS CAN YOU USE AN EXTRA *2O per ACRE ? ? ? the experts will tell you how at the CORN-SOYBEAN L I I You Had A Good Time, You Learned, And Had A Free Lunch Last Year - And It's The Same In 1966. 9 to 12 1 to 3.30 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9 V.F.W. HALL - Algona (Free Noon Lunch) Don't miss CORN-SOYBEAN CLINIC Wednesday, Feb. 9 - V.F.W. Hall Algona, Iowa - 9 to 12 and 1 to 3:30 FREE LUNCH AT NOON We'll be there with... DeKalb's Five-Point Profit Program For Corn YOUR DEKALB DEALERS EUGENE HOOD ALGONA, IOWA LAWRENCE BESCH FRANK DROESSLER WHITTEMORE, IOWA BANCROFT, IOWA A,«^A , BODE HOMER MATTHIESEN PETER C. REDING ALGONA, IOWA FENTON, IOWA BODE, IOWA ALBERT BORMANN RAYMOND OTIS ALPHONS BERTH ALGONA, IOWA WESLEY, IOWA BODE, IOWA KERMIT FOWLER- OTTOSEN, IOWA VISIT OUR BOOTH! GET ALL THE FACTS ON LP GAS-POWERED TRACTORS AT THE CORN & SOYBEAN CLINIC AT THE V.F.W. HALL IN ALGONA WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9 BEGINNING AT 9 A.M. FREE LUNCH AT NOON CONVERT TO LP GAS NOW — AND GET MORE POWER — PLUS BIG SAVINGS ON OPERATING COSTS, SPARK PLUGS, OIL CONSUMPTION AND FUEL BILLS ... THE ADVANTAGES OF LP GAS ARE TOO GREAT TO BE IGNORED I REMEMBER, MORE & MORE PROFIT & POWER- MINDED FARMERS ARE SWITCHING TO LP GAS TRACTORS — FOR VERY GOOD REASONS I NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 2*52484 COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL, GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE ALGONA

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