Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1967 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 25, 1967
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Cattle feeders course at - «'•"' < '•'" - - Allireisof cattle feeding to be covered 'Leading extension person* nel, Iowa State University livestock specialists, industry personnel, and outstanding it ncer Jan. 3-4 ^AIBMM MOND DAY, etC 2MW cattle feeders will present the program of the Northwest Iowa Area Extension Cattle feeders Short Course to be held January 3 and 4 at Stubs Ranch Kitchen at Spencer, 'Registration fee is $10.00 which includes three meals and textbook. Make checks payable to ISU, and mail to your County Extension office by Dec. 27. The various sections of the program are designed to give technical, as well as practical, information useful in the operation of cattle feeding operations in areas of nutrition, records, health, quality con* trol and marketing says Galen DeValois. The program begins at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, January.3. The first presentation will explain the impact Toast the New Arrival with Milk! Welcome a New Year! Celebrate the start of a happy New Year with a toast of refreshing milk. Cool, delicious milk has the taste you never get tired of, and it's^ just perfect for quick pick-me-ups. of science, technology and 4e<V mand on beef production to ides, followed by an analysis of Iowa's position in the cat' tie feeding industry, ; ~ Roy Olson, a successful and .capable area cattle feeder,.; tell of his feeding operation,: changes he has made and the/ plans for the future. Kicking off the afternoon session, Marvin Rolfe, nutritionist and Vice President,'. Golden Sun Milling Co. of Estherville, and Nelson Gay, extension livestock specialist at ISU, Will explain various aspects of feed preparation,, and use of supplements. Details Will be given on steaming and flaking of grain and,; us of liquid and high urea , supplements. Feedlot business analysis with emphasis on computer, aids in planning will be discussed by R. D. deBaca, extension livestock specialist at ISU. H. L. Self, professor in., charge of outlying experimental farms at ISU, will tell of' management procedures that , minimize shrink loss when:; feeder cattle are purchased and finished cattle are mark-, eted. Wednesday evening a study comparing live animal con-„ formation and carcass yield ; by cross-sectioning steers frozen in standing positions will be given. R. E. Rust, extension meat specialist at ISU, will be in charge of the, "What's under the steer's hide" program. ^_ "Cattlemen who have'seen this presentation of skeletal structure and location of muscle attachment say every cattle feeder, breeder and cattle buyer should see it," Galen DeValois, C. E. D., reports. Don't miss the evening sessions from 7 to 9 p.m. jBeef cattle futures and their operations will be the first item on the agenda Thursday morning. Gene Futrell, extension economist at ISU, will explain how future programs have affected the beef industry, and tell the operations of hedging., W. G. Zmolek, extension livestock specialist at ISU, will tell of various feeding programs that can be used Iowa feeders, and Nelson Gay will compare different silages available In Iowa. In ttte afternoon a review of cattle preconditioning pro* grama and a pictorial discussion of diseases in feedlots will be told by Or, John Her* rick extension veterinarian at ISU. A discussion of management of feeder cattle on arrival in the feedtot and external parasite, control will conclude the two-day .workshop. The following have signed to attend • Russell Patterson, Burt; Carlyle Engelby, Ledyard; Ray Bierle, Buffalo Center; Larry Thomson, Lakota; Cliff Krantz, Titonka; Jim Mullins, Corwlth; Norman Chambers, Corwith; Francis Bormann, Livermore; John Blumer, Livermore; Claude Johnson, Bancroft; Harlan Hutchinson, Lone Rock; Wayne Thompson, Swea City; Darrell Newlin, Armstrong. RETIREE — Paul Rettig, a foreman of the Sumner section crew, Chicago Great Western Railroad, has announced his plans to retire after 41 years with the-railroad. Rettig, of Sumner, began his railroading career at the age of 20. 48 lean of muting in Australia Boy Scout Troop 70 of Al» gona held their last meeting of 1967 Tuesday night, Dec. 19. 48 members of the troop enjoyed an extremely interesting program given by Ian Davison; an Australian Boy Scout, on scouting in his country, 29 new scouts have joned the troop during the fall .round up. They are Tom Kolp, Steve Skilling, Phillip Struthers, Mark Myers, Jeff Koob, Joel Sindelar, Jeff Miller, Kevin Ballard, Randy Buscher, Allan Ulfers, Dennis Peterson, Mitch Kleingartner, Steve Sheakley, Paul Martin, Kevin Wagner, Fred Struthers, Kurt Lytle, Richard Ringsdorf, Randy Nielsen, Scott Dodds, David Doughan, Dennis Hansen, Mark Kinsman, Scott Allen, Robbie Jorgenson, Charles Reding, Tim Plaehn, Kirk Will and Ian DavisOn. The new scouts started their Winter camping with a campout Nov. 4th and 5th on the island at Kosftuth County lake Just north of Algoni. the boys will pick $ Christmas tfeei front the.^Algona .midenceg on Saturday, Jan. 6th, starting at 4 p.m. This will be their good turn to the community for the month. L The boys, their leaders and the sponsoring institution want to thank the residents of Algona for helping them to bring Scouting to so many boys. , •& /',"•• .'• ; :- • •'^'f.-\-< f t-. ?*;;•> ^<v,;.v> ••''.•*•••'.•..•'•'%..;., /• >•,-'•;•.'•: <y•j\._w h i^ i w4(iai i i>i>ii-itsi;;.-ix«"j',-:•;'. -\.---. ••"••».* • ?-,~- i 'V.v^^» v '; : . f >^f^»^v>:'-' v *V'rt--'r "•'•v- •'...*:.' 5 DAYS ONLY! Saturday, Dec. 30th Last Day! MEN'S SUITS and Sport Coats tht SUITS... All wools, wool and silk blends and sharkskins |n fancy patterns, stripes, and plaids. Choose two and three button models in regular and long sizes. ....... $40 ^—.. $47.60 Regujar Regular »65 V-,- Uft Yftff Sport Coats... Dacron® polyester and wool blends in distinctive plaids,.neat patterns and handsome solids. Buy now at sensational savings. Regular and long sizes. Regular $29.95 , $23.96 Regular $35 $29 •nd Pfy »| yttl* •« $10 i Month SALE! U • iMl LIMITED TIME ONLY! iESTFORM SALE... Reg. 3.99 "Bop Scotch" Long Leg Panty (No.' 5615) Reg. 2.99 "Showcase" Long Line Bra (No. 8040) _ Spandex girdle in S, M, L, 2 FOR $5 XL. Bra in 34-40B, 34-42C. Chtr«t It and Stvt, Too ... «t SAD Hi Ptymtnt Put 'Til February on Charge Pyrchfifi Madt Now! Mr. and Mr*. DavM Ha* gart and sons, David, Mark and Richard, Omaha, Nebr., .will be Christmas Holiday guests at her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Mrs. Haggart Is the former Barbara Bourne. They will also visit her sister, the Kirk Hayes family. Bill, son of the Bournes will also come for the holidays from Iowa City where he attends the university. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fristtdt spent the Christmas holidays at Iowa City with his daughter's family, the Dr. J, H. Me- Leflfis: They likewise visited With MM. Friatedt's mother who is confined to a Cedar Rapids hospital with a fractured vertebra.)/ •Ill Carbon, un «f ttti OIL vef Carlsons, was taken from St. Ann hospital last Saturday to Park Memorial hospital, at .Mason City, for medical treatment. Bill is a senior in the Algona high school. PROMOTION — Francis A. Johnson of Marcus recently received promotion to Cap^ tain in the U. S. Navy in ceremonies in London, England. Johnson is only the second naval flight officer to be promoted to the rank of captain. He is a specialist in the Navy's Air Observer program. »••»»•»*»•»«•••••••»»«< Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — We wish to thank pur relatives, friends and neighbors for the memorials, flowers and food and those who comforted us in our recent bereavement. The Family of George Gade. 100* Reduced! Women's CAR COATS I Here's the savings you've waited for on the styles you've wanted all year! Chcose a classic or a lively novelty look. 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