Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 15
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Burl Thespian group to jive a tense drama Thunder on Sycamore Street, a drama in three acts, will be given in the Burt high school auditorium at 8 p.m., May 5. The play, produced by the Hurt high school Thespian Group, is a tense spectacle about the formation of a mob. It was adapted by Kristen Seagel from the television show by Reginald Rose. The cast includes Diann Miller, Linda Becker, Janet Becker, Nancy Becker, Kathleen Patterson, Deborah Kohlhaas, Sandra Ortman, Diane Person, Gloria Heyes, Loreli Lavrenz, Doug biacK, Clint Patterson, John Fries, Danny Long, Wayne Lavrenz, Harold Lavrenz, Brad Cranston, and Donald Westling. The play is being directed by Richard L. Hopkins, technical director and stage manager is Robert Ortman. Assistant tech* nical director is Jim Redcmske. HAVE MISSION FESTIVAL At St. John's Lutheran church Sunday at the Spring Mission Festival Rev. Ellis Neiting, Fort Dodge, was speaker, In the afternoon the Walther League Rally was held with 140 registered from Garner, Whittemore, West Bend, Algona, Swea City, Livermore, LuVerne and Burt. The program was a talent scout program and regular business meeting. A 5:30 supper was served to the leaguers. April 27 an all day Lutheran Women's Missionary League Rally will be held at Our Savior's Lutheran church at Swea City at 10 a.m. Perry Steward, Montezuma, and Shirley Ames, Williamsburg, and Karen and Timothy, Iowa City, spent the weekend at Walter Steward's. Walter is still a patient it St. Ann timpi«i »1. The Ed Fredricksons and Mrs. Wes Hardy, Algona* spent the weekend in Rochester at Richard Lundquist's. Mrs, LUndquist is Mrs, Hardy's daughter. Donald Salisbury, Cedar Rapids, visited over the weekend at Howard Salisbury's. Sunday the Wm. Spears, Elkton, Minn., were also guests, She is How* ard's sister. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel spent Sunday with her daughter Patricia in Emmetsburg. Alvina Hasse went to Iowa City Saturday to visit her sis* ter Ruth. Earl Meier also went to Iowa City to visit his wife who was' to have surgery Tuesday. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet ,May 3 with hostesses Luella McWhorter and Dorothy Becker. Fortnightly Club will meet April 29 at Genevieve Gralam's. The O. H. Grahams visited Sunday in Swea City with the iruce Grahams. Mrs. Dale Dundas and Mrs. Jake Gifford went by bus Fri- tel Steven, Viola Bicker, Myrtle Zwtetel, Grace Tretiary, Flossie Bartlett, Evt Shiplef, Sarah Ste-.June mussen, Marie Mary Parsons, Itts- Ella Mis. Forest Willis of Tttonka was i Thursday dinner guest in the : Lloyd Bartlett home, Mis, Alan Bradley and Bar- ALL-OUT YI ELDERS! Pioneer's New Generation hybrids make the most of today's corn growing advances For 1966, Pioiieer offers you a New Generation of hybrids—exceptional performers to fit your specific corn growing needs. These varieties are especially suited to top- level farming—where high fertility, high populations, weed and insect control, and top-level management open the way to new yield goals. You can meet these needs with Pioneer's New Generation hybrids. Supplies of these top performers won't meet the demand. See your salesman soon for hybrids that can help you get all-out yields. See or Call Your Local Pioneer Salesman: day to Silver Bay, Minn., for week at Frank Alborn's. Guests Monday of Gertrude Ackerman were Mrs. Ray Black, Mrs. Mary Dahlhauser and Mrs. Carrie King, Algona. Mrs. Jerald Skaggs, Wendjy and Mark, Virginia Beach, Va., are making an extended visii at the parental Albert Bleich's tier husband, Lt. Jerold Skaggs is on duty in the Caribbean for Lftmpe and Verm Fitch. There was also a plant ami bulb exchange. June Sparks gave Us art interesting talk on Cancer, as »he was Cancer Chairman, this year, for Portland Township, The Club allowed $2.00 for the Cancer fund. A bill for one dollar Was allowed Hilma Carlson. The meeting was turned over to Marie Parsons and Ella Lampe who had the lesson on "Cooking for Two". Eva Shipler was in charge of Fun Time. Edith Jandl and Flossie Bartlett winning prizes. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, May 19, in the home of Ella Lampe with Stella Wiskus assisting. Roll Call is "A Household Cleaning Hint". Mrs. William Karels and Paty of Burt and Mrs. Reka Corles of Titonka, were dinner guests, a week ago Sunday, in .he Lloyd Bartlett home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pilcher of East Chain, Minn, were Mon day visitors in the Jay Steven tome. Mrs. Albert Shannon of San Jose, Calif, is here visiting rel atives in Iowa. At the present she is visiting in the home o her mother, Mrs. Lulu Rings dorf, in Burt. She has visited in PIONEER. BRAND SEED CORN four months. Mrs. Skaggs is the former La Vonne Bleich. The W.S.C.S. conference will be held at Storm Lake May and the regular meeting at Bur Methodist church will be hel< May 3. This is a special meet ing for the Honorary Members Hostesses are Marion Westling Benita Mitchell, Stella Geesman Genaveve Spry, Karen Davies Jessie Rash, and Frances Sar chet. The program is by Bet Miller, Louise McFarland, Phyllis Wiener and Mary Sarchet. The Iowa Chapter of the Na- ional Association of Postmas- ers held its convention at the VIontrose Hotel in Cedar Rap- ds April 24-27 and the Wallace lawcotts attended. The A. C. Hinckleys spent he weekend in Atlantic at Lar•y Hinckley's for her birthday. Sunday they were guests for olfee at Wallace Roscoe's, former Burt teacher. He is now principal there. The Hinckleys also , ;visite;d., ithe H Gordon! Hap pels in Humboldt. The Andrew Harms have a Ib. IVa oz. son, Kent Andrew, >orn April 22 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Grandparents are ;he Jerry Wieners and the Jess Harms. They now have two sons and a daughter. the Roy and Donald Ringsdor Home and the Brink Shipler home at Swea City. bara Richie, Randy and Philip Stevon and Al Johnson of Wis- cons n, spent a few days in the Jay Steven home. Mrs. Earl Ackerman has been sick the past week with the flu. Nan<:y Ackerman went to Fort Dod{;e Saturday, where she took n ACT test. Mi*, and Mrs. Herman Harms and Irvin called at the Rollo Moore home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman larms were Thursday evening isitbrs in the home of Mrs. terms' mother, Mrs. Grace Gruis. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett was Thursday evening caller in the Mary Schrader home in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Harvey Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen went to Delavon, ,Minn. Sunday where they attended the confirmation of Debra Wallace, daughter of the Chas. Wallaces and Terry Whitney, son of the William Whitneys. Beginning with church services at 10:£0 in the Methodist church in Dele van, lunch at noon in the church and open 'house from 2 to 4 p.m. IMth — Mrs. Elinor Gage, a resident of the Eastern Star hone, Boone, was feted on her 104th birthday there April 14th. Mr^. Gage was born in Palo, Iowa in 1862. Lutherans te meet, LuVerne The Spring Zone Rall.y of the Lutheran Laymen League of the Algona Zone will be at Zion Lutheran Church, LuVerne, with a Dinner from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., followed by program and business meeting. The featured speaker will be Mr. Skip Westphal of Manson. By means of slides and recordings he will present the dramatic story of farafttt (tettn wt* MJJte lfcfl* sen and bumy Kunkei. dent ttildlMfl selected ft committee to map oiit the dub tour in June. Duane, Utfry attd Datiny KUtikel all gave filie talks. Joe Skow also gave an interesting lecture. Matk tickteig and Kim Martinek attended a AUONA 56 American couples who traveled by plane to Korea to arrange for the adoption of 87 abandoned orphans. The local pastor, the Rev. R. T. Mueller, will have charge of the devotions. The newly elected offi cers will be installed by the counselor, the Rev. Cleo Kau- tsoh. Some two hundred have indicated that they intend to attend the Rally. R..-I. MAWDSLEY ALGONA AARON STEUSSY ALGONA TED HOOVER, Sr. - ALGONA HENRY SCHROEDER LONE ROCK EUGENE KOLLASCH (Jiggs) BODE WALTER VAUDT WHITTEMORE EVERETT ACKERSON WESLEY shows 4-H News WESLEY BOYS The monthly meeting of the Wesley Boy's 4-H club was belt at the Bernard Kunkel home Helen Skow, Bob Boleneus, To ny Muehe, and Leonard Becker gave talks concerning the camp they had attended. Our Junior candidates to camp are Jerry Martinek and Roger Muehe, a] special meeting at Bill McGuire's ry Martinek. at Si Joe whWe th^:**! structed how te prow theif gardening pfbjef&i club year, There will to meetings on gardening lite m. the season. Mrs. Kunkel s a delicious lunch, Reporter COLD-SINUS Miseries? I* your ti«ad pounding—not* running—art your eyei watering arid of* you meeting—jneeiinfl—meeting? Hav* you blown your not* until it It raw? W«'r* lorry you're suffering to becauie obviously you're not aware of our product SYNA-CIEAR and tnli it our fault. SYNA-CIEAR It the original timed release tablet that givei up to eight houri of real relief from head cold tymptomi and clogged up tinutei. We do not have million to tpend on T.V. to tell you about SYNA-CIEAR |utt thlt tmall ad. W* do not gimmick our advertising and product by offering twelve houri of medication. 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HONSBRUCH DRUG ^- ALGONA / Simple test amazes swine experts, why wide-range worm with Atgard V is so profitable. 11 ; ..vim: ; liit »»»»»»+++•»»»»»«»»»»»»+* Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, April 21, in the home of Mary Ras mussen with June Sparks, assistant hostess. Roll Call, "An Easter Poem or Meditation", was answered by fourteen members Hilma Carlson, Edith Jandl, Ha PROCLAMATION LAW DAY - U.S.ft. In many areas of the United States today respect for constituted authority, law and order, and the principle of the supremacy of law, are being recklessly challenged. The rights and freedoms which Americans accept as their birthright, are made possible only by unswerving public acceptance of the obedience to the rule of law. In today's complex society there is a particular need for understanding on the part of every citizen that respect for law is vital to the preservation of individual liberties and a free and orderly society. The Congress of the United States, and the President by official proclamation, have designated May 1 as Law Day USA. It is a day set aside for all Americans to reflect on our heritage of individual liberty, under law and to focus attention on the responsibilities of citizenship, The theme for the observance this year carries a timely message for every American: "Hespect the Law — It Respects You," NOW, THEREFORE,!, Wm, J. Finn, Mayor of Algona, Iowa, do hereby proclaim Sunday, May 1,1966, as Law Day USA in the City of Algona, Iowa, and call upon all citizens, organizations, churches, and schools to recognize this special day through appropriate programs. Dated at the City of Algona, Iowa, this 20th day of April, 1966. $ Wm, J, FINN Wm. J, Finn, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa even though tli Results show Atgard® V (dichlor- vos) is so effective that it can rid pigs of large numbers of worms- ey've just been wormed with something else. Your veterinarian has it. y TEST Atgard ' oungpigsfirstv researchers wormed 'ith an over-the-counter wormer, then revvormed with Atgard V. The average weight of the pigs was 33.4 Ibs. The worming with Atgaid V followed the drinking-water treatment Cnrst treatment) by 96 hours. The worm counts taken after each treatment tell the story. Actual figures are shown below in chart form. Atgard V left the pigs really wormed, not just treated for wcjrms. Without it they would have grown tp market weight under unsuspected stress fi'om worms. Wide-range worm control Wide-range worm tontrol with Atgard V rids pigs of all majpr worm problems —not just 1 or 2. It cleans c|ut mature roundworms, fourth stage roundworm larvae, whip- worms, and nodular worms. By allowing even one worm species to remain uncontrolled, you risk damage that can measurably affect feed efficiency and the health of your Ijierd. Why Atgard V works so efficiently Rice-sized pellets op Atgard V release continuous control as they pass through pigs— Pigs this size (about 25 pounds) will benefit far more from worming than older animals. The safety of At«ard V lets you do the job early—before worms can really injure pigs, lower feed ellidency, or grow into egg-laying adults. an entirely new control concept. You simply hand-mix the wormer in a non-pelletized feed and let pigs clean it up. No need to starve or purge pigs prior to treatment. No need to lose a clay's weight gain. And with Atgard V there's also an extremely wide safety margin. It pays to worm early Worm pigs young and you give them a head start toward an early market date. You also get greatest effectiveness .at lowest cost. Plan to treat with Atgard V as soon as pigs can .eat solid feed. Trial-l (10pigs) After first treatment After retreatijnent with Atgard V I Trial-2 (10 pigs) After first treatment After retreatnent with Atgard V Number of worms counted by researchers Roundworms Whipworms Nodular worms 13.0 201.0 27.0 67.0 4.0 613.8 262.0 490.0 32.0 650.0 26.0 448.0 NOTU: Early worming also helps you minimize reinfection —you kill worms before large, egg-laying populations build up. Get Atgard V—and all the details on dosage and treatment—from your veterinarian. Take advantage of his help and worm your pigs for maximum profit this year. Contraindications: Do not apply insecticides to animals at time of treatment; otherwise, there are no known contraindications for use of this product, Caution: Federal law restricts this drug to sale by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Active ingredients: Atgard V is available in packages containing 5.76 and 28.8 grams of 2.2 dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate (dichlorvos) in an inert base. Shell Chemical Company, Agricultural Chemicals Division, 110 West 51st Street, New York, N.Y. 10020. Atgard V SWINEANTHELMINTIC ?fo : : fe .*-* i-'ASSS

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