The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 25
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Tuesday, June 11, 1946
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Artificial Insemination Used hi 75 Kossuth Herds to Date Artificial insemination is beyond the experimental stage. In the opinion of the extension division of Iowa Stale Colege, artificial insemination is here to stay, and an accepted practice. To verify that fact, • this newspaper was amazed to discover from Lester Gingerich, who managed the Kossuth Artificial Breeders, that 75 herds' have been serviced by this method in the past year. About 400 cows in all have been introduced to this new method of breeding. "We have only serviced Holsteins to date," said Gingerich, "but we expect to be able to service other breeds soon." Among the herds Ihus serviced have been those of Ralph Brown, Algotta; C. M. Gross, Lone Rock; Gerald Bahling, Titonka; Art Droess- lef, Bancroft; Virgil Loucks, Ledyard; Fred Tigges, Burl! and the' Ai A. Dreyer herd at Fenion. There are many others, of course. Selected bulls are used for procuring semen, all selected from good foundation slock, Refrigeration can keep the semen a week. Gingorich keeps it an average of not over three days. The local organization has had successful insemination in about 65 of the cases the first time, which compares very favorably with the natural method. - 1 WESLEY GIRLS GRADUATED IN NURSES CLASS Wesley, June 5—Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, daughter Shirley, sons Jerry, Jack and Don, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig, Mrs. Anna Loebig, Irene-Loobig, Jane Hauptman, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, Clear Lake, Mrs. Clarence Ward, and Mrs. J. M. Kunz were at Mason City Sunday to attend graduating exercises for nurses at Mercy hospital held at 3 o'clock at the St. Joseph's auditorium. Carmel, daughter of the the John Lickteigs, and Donna, youngest daughter of the William Wards, Titonka, former Wesley vicinity residents, were members of tin class. The girls will finish the! training in September. Girl for George Kelches—' A girl was born to Mr. anc Mrs. George Kelch Jr,, Kanawha Saturday at General hospital, Algona. Mrs. Keloh is the former Phyllis Studer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Alf Studer, and there are now three daughters and a son in her family. Rose Studer is caring for the household duties at the Kelch home. Picnic Honors 84-Year-Old— A picnic was held at Bernard Schrauth's Sunday honoring Mrs. Schrauth's mother Mrs. Anna Lilly, who was 84 Saturday. She able to get around, though she fell and broke a hip last February 14. On account of the cold damp weather the picnic dinner was held indoors. Mr. and Mrs. David Williams and daughter Nancy, Ames, spent the weekend at the parental Bernard Schrauth's. Mrs. Williams was Lillian Schrauth. Marjorie Lickteig Graduated— Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig, Teresa, Bob, and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lickteig, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. George Cink, Irene Ricke, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Richtsmeier drove to Mankato Sunday to •attend graduating exercises at the Good Counsel academy. Marjorie' Lickteig was a member of the class. Alice and Patty Richtsmeier, who also attend the academy, were brought home. Bernard Erdmans Here— Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Erdman, Iowa City, came Friday for a visit at the" former's parental Paul Erdman's and with other relatives. They plan to return to Lisbon in the fajl, and both will 'again teach. Mrs. Erdman, Patty and Mary Lee Erdman called at Bernard Schrauth's Sunday to see Mrs. David Williams, the former Lillian Schrauth, Ames, her husband and baby Nancy. Stanley Studer Graduated— Stanley, Gletus. Vincent and (Marvin, sons of J. P. Studer, arrived Monday from Mt. Calvarv, Wis., where all attended the St. Lawrence academy" arid Stanley was graduated. The other boys will return there in the fall. Mrs.? Sehleuipier a •Mi?. arid Mrs. Alf Studer went to Maisorj City Decoration day to see ttfe: former's sister Mrs. IJou Schlfeuterier. patient in the Mercy hospital. where' she had surgery in tHe 1 preceding,- week. A t*>v; waigi Kivrn' to Mr. and Mrs. Paulj ^aherft* jS&turdav afternoon at thtf (rpriepal 1 h'iosbttal, Alsrona Mrs.' Kanert* Is th& former Marie RenoVand they have another son, Larry. Returns to Airline Job— Mary Lee Erdman left Sunday night for her secretarial work at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. She had spent a two weks vacation here at her parental Alfred Erdman's. Mrs. Gerdes L->scs Aunt— Mrs. Thno Gerdes recieved word last week of the death of her aunt Mrs. Jesse Sprout, Minneapolis, who suffered a stroke last December. Niece of Larsons Weds— The Lester Larsons attended the wedding of their niece Marguerite Oppedahl, Renwick, to Orvil Ol- sqn, Bode, Saturday evening. Completes College Course— Joe Studer Jr. arrived Saturday from Hartford, Conn., where he had completed his senior year in LaSalette college. Sunday dinner guests at Carl Froelich's were his parents, Mr and Mrs. Chas. Froelich and the latter couple's other two children and their families, Mrs. Lawrence Ricke, Williams, and Mrs. Shephen Huber, Algona. HARDWARE ELECTRIC FENCES $27" HEAVY FEED $360 GALVAiZEB for Farm Home Needs! Yes sir! We lowans have always been able to say "Pass the Butter" and get it. Soon, we hope, everybody will again get their butter. Dairy farmers here and everywhere are doing a great job—let's give them a hand! Our Congratulations to the Dairy Farmer! fOOVS Next Door to Iowa State Bank - TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. VISIT OUR NEW BUILDING ON souTi'r PHILLIPS '•; STREET. ".' i Our friends of Ions standing and new customers have been coming to see our new building in the past few weeks ... we invite you all. Shipments are coming in— a little slow, that's true— but we are receiving new goods daily. Come in with your farm needs, and we'll see 'if we cpn help you.. Tractor Tires Goodyear Open Center Tread . . . Kellys . . . Gillettes . . . in Sizes 10x38 and 11x38 ... Also Baler and Combine Tires in Size 7.50x18. • ! * M E Jacks . . . Baler Motors , . , Hydraulic Wagon Hoists , , , Hammermills (Harvey and Case) , , . Garden Hose ... Electric Drills ... Hydraulic Jacks ... Chicken Feeders ..% Farm Trailers . . . Flare/Fype Wood Wagon Boxes , . , Cultivator Shotfejs . , . Hydraulic Manure Loaders to Fit CC, SC and DC Tractors ... Water Tanks USED , , , "JlfcteW.. (1 >IHS HftmmermiH.v* (1) Letz Fe*d Grimfer

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