The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1967 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, April 6, 1967 MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen have been visited by Mrs. J. G. Mouwr, Oranp,e City. MR. AND MRS. James Anderson are going to Ames to spend the weekend with the latter's mother, Mrs. 0. T. Lindholm. MRS. EVA DEIM and her sister Mary Beiser went In Spencer Monday and will visit a week wllh Iheir brother-in-law and sisler, Mr. and Mrs. L R. Hornbuckle. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson and Todd, Irvington, and John Beiser, Jr., were dinnor guests Sunday of Mrs. Eva Deirn and Mary Beiser. MRS. CELIA DEAL lias U.-c-n visited by her grandchildren Tirn, Lury and Larry C"lemaji, Des Moines. Sunday, they we re taken to Ames by Mrs. Errna !,'•<• Deim and son Jon and the children were met there by theii father who took them home. GEORGE YEOMAN had minoi surgery Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. GORDON, SON OK Mrs. John Grotte and the late Mr. Grotte, who lives at Whitlier, Calif., lias recovered sufficient!) from his recent heart attack that he is now permitted to walk a little. Get the Spreader that Helps You Forget About BREAKDOWNS! (Get Hawk Bi/t's Full Year Guarantee, tool) GET A HAWK BILT SIDEKICK! ****iiinr *• • foOfAnfO MANUKf SPREADER You're probably paying for u SidcKick no\v--«in repairs, downtime, aggravation. With no aprons, beaters, gear box or ratchets, you can see why tin: SideKiek is covered by Hawk Bill's full- year guarantee! Only two moving parts to lubricate—the rotor and power unit. For real ruggedness, there's Unibody construction of welded }» inch copper-bearing steel, protected by rust- preventive primer and enamel finish. Copper-bearing steel lasts twice as long in manure acids as galvani/.ed black steel. You can't go wrong with a SideKick. HAWK BILT JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Miss Thill Of Corwith Will Wed In June ALGONA MARIE THILL Mr. itiifl Mrs. Unman Thill, Corwith, iuinoiincf,- the engage- iTiorit and approaching mar- rlaj;e of their daughter, Marie Klaino, Minneapolis, to Patrick Hoont-y, Minneapolis. A June 10 wedding is \ic { .ng planned. MI(. AND MRS. Claude Dearchs wore recently visited by their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mulchings, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane C"inpstori of Atlantic and their families. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit and Mrs. H. M. Smith went to Ashton Monday to attend the funeral services for Peter Nllchel, husband of the late Sue Streit. MR. AND MRS. Richard Lallier are being visited by the latler's brother, Robert Patton, who has been in service two years. He is stationed at Idaho Falls, Ida., and lias a 30-day leave. Part of Ihe time will be spenl with his mother, Mrs. Velma Patton. PAMELA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Kees, is home from Christian College, Columbia, Mo., and is vacationing with her parents. MR. AND MRS. Aldean McAdams have been visiling al Des Moines with their son, Arlan Banning and family. MRS. ROSE WESTLING has gone lo Hurt to make her home with Mrs. Helen Johnson. For a time she was at Webster City. MR. AND MRS. Albert Wibben went lo Livermore Sunday lo visit the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haack. MR. AND MRS. Dean Henry and her son-in-law anddaughler, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mars of Sexton, spent Monday at Garner with friends. MR. AND MRS. James Geelan have had as recent guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dehner, Cascade. TheGeelans also attended the Sports Show at Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. W. M. Anderson went to Iowa City and took their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holcomb, with them to Nashville, Tenn., for a few days visit with the Neil Andersons and Jim Andersons, brothers of Mrs. Holcomb. MRS. CHESTER BAILEY will have as guests next week her son-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs, Sioux City, and Mrs. Ward Graham, Clayton, N. M. MR. AND MRS. GalenDeValois had as guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lyon, her brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lyon, Cedar Falls, Dr. and Mrs. Don Lyon, Lime Springs, and Gilio Kim of Korea, a roommate of Mr. De- Valois when he attended the University at Ames. Mr. Kim is an assistant in bio-chemistry and is working toward his degree. MRS. FRANK VERA came home Wednesday from a visit of a few months at Phoenix, Ariz, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and family. From there, she went to Texas to visit an aunt and came directly from there via train. MR. AND MRS. Wm. Dooley, West Bend, Wise., were overnight guests of his sister, Mrs. Dan Engesser, last week. They were on their way home from the south. Mr. and Mrs. Dooley's oldest son, Michael, will be married May 27 to Susan Hutchison of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mike, a sales promotion manager for Proctor and Gamble, Is orginator of many of the Crest and Prell commercials seen on T.V. and In magazines. MR. AND MRS. David 0*Leary of Carroll were guests of Miss Algona Sailor (s On Way To Scotland MR. AND MRS. Jack Purcell attended the American Athletic Assn. of the Deaf basketball tournament at Omaha last Saturday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Britt. - o HOST SHCUVEH Mrs. William R. Kulm and Mrs. David Richardson were hostesses for a pink 4- blue shower in honor Mrs. Jim Richanlsen, Fridav, March 24. Guests were RONALD MULLER Ronald R. Muller C.T.S.N., U. S. Navy, arrived home Mar. 23 for a 15-day leave from Pensacola Fla, where he completed a 22-week course in Communications. He had choice of duty stations of which he chose Ecl- zell, Scotland, for 18 mo. He is a graduate of Algona High School, class of '64, before his enlistment in Aug, 1965. He will leave Charleston, So. Car . Apr. 9 and will be flown to Scotland. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muller, Algona. Alice Condon, Friday. Their twin sons, Mark and Matthew, remained for the weekend with Miss Condon who is Mr. 0'- Leary's aunt. MR. AND MRS. William Lampright and family visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Arend, Shenandoah, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mergen, Savannah, Mo. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Steele went to Lexington, Neb., where they spent the Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Er- pedllng and family. Mrs. Erpelding Is the former Gloria Steele. Marilyn Richman, Ella Norman, Trudy Hannover,Harriet Simons, Helen Passmore, Frieda Willey, Karen Haase, Mrs. Clark Godden and Helen Richardsen. Games were played and lunch served. - o SURPRISE PARTY Mrs. John Grotle was given a surprise party on her birthday March 30. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wold, Mr. and Mrs. W. Holldorf, Mrs. Tillie Waldschmidt, Hannah Bowman, Mrs. Fred Will and Lillie Iverson, Estherville. The guests provided refreshments. - o - CIRCLE MEETING There will be a circle meeting at Congregational Fellowship hall Thursday evening. Mrs. Carl Hutchins and Mrs. John Dutton are chairmen. Mrs. Leon Laird will show pictures. MM* The Pilgrims Landed at Plymouth .And Made A Good Deal! IF YOU LAND AT KEN'S AUTO SERVICE NORTH MAIN-ALGONA DURING THEIR ANNUAL 30 IN 60 SALE YOU'LL MAKE A GOOD DEAL! •MMMMAMW1 MMMMMAAMMMMMMMMMWMIM DeKalb's Wireworms Corn Rootworms Seed corn maggots ORTHO Aid rex INSECTICIDE stops them. In one application. Aldrex controls most major corn soil insects. Guards your corn starting right at sowing time. It protects seed germination. Guards seedlings. Protects developing roots. Aldrex is all-around crop insurance. With Aldrin to take care of many in sects. Parathion to guard against root- worm menace. Lay down this protection just once when you plant. Then rest easy. Get Aldrex. Read directions. Observe the cautions. That's a sure way to get a good stand. ORTHO for North Central Iowa Planting three DeKalb varieties is the sound way to spread the critical pollination period; to start harvest early and continue harvesting at the desired maturity; and to cope with the uncertainties of soil, season, diseases and insects. These three DeKalb hybrids offer the range of maturity and breeding to perform best in north central Iowa conditions. 1. DEKALB XL-325 2. DEKALB XL-45 3. DEKALB XL-346 Earliest of the group — a high population hybrid — short stalked with girthy ears and deep kernels. Doyle Smith of Lawton in Woodbury County harvested 163.4 bu, of XL-325 from a measured acre in 1966. He planted 20" rows with a harvest stand of over 29,000. Smith said, "My XL-325 came up to an excellent stand and standability was good." Everybody's modern hybrid — the short, high population, high fertilixation, tough-stalked strong shanked hybrid, capable of combating stress situations and keeping that "ear on every stalk". Dean Vander Heiden of Wheatland, Iowa, who had the first 200 bushel yield in Iowa (215.05 bu.) from a measured acre In 1966, and who was the Master Corn Grower's Contour winner in 1965 (174.74 bu.), raised XL-45 alone to get his 1966 yield and in combination with XL-346 for his 1965 yield. Dean says, "I custom harvested about 35,000 bushels of different brands and found XL-45 and XL-346 to be definitely in a class by themselves. I like their ability to take high populations and stand under adverse conditions. I had no dropped ears. In my opinion, they have no equal." Latest of the trio — 3 to 5 days behind XL-45 — XL-346 is quite similar to XL-45 in its characteristics. It has the same ability to take high pressure situations and to harvest easily. Top yield in 1965 was Clyde Might's average 200+ bushels per acre on 388 acres. To obtain it, Hlght planted XL-346 and XL-45 in alternating blocks. Top yield in 1966 in DeKalb's 200 Bushel Club, by Emantiel Weibert of Colorado, was 217.9 bushels of XL-45. However, Weibert, in the same field, had an unofficial machine-checked yield on XL-346 which made 226.3 bushels per acre. Weibert liked XL-346 for his 20" rows with its case of harvesting, good standability, and desirable ear height. BIG NAME for BIG YIELDS •OEK4L8" il > R«|ilttr«d Blind Nim«. "XL" It > Vintly D«ll|nlll9n. - DEKALB DEALERS IN THIS AREA ARE: CHEVKON CHKM1CAL COMPANY OK I HO DIVISION S»! I'., i-, fj::l J4 <M ' I I'." Kim I «l"up ' I I '-'•• ' '• . ."t". paniei Gene Hood, Algona Roland Bode, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Lawrence Besch, Whittemore Peter Reding, Bode Alphons Berto, Bode Raymond Otis, Wesley Homer Matthie$en, Fenton Frank Droossler, Bancroft Dennis Yegge, Buffalo Center Jack Steinberg, Buffalo Center Fred Richter, Ledyard Harvey C. Larson, Swea City Clifford McMlllin, Rlng.ted Kermit Fowler, O»»oren

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