The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1967 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1967
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I tnttred at tecond clw* matter »t th» pwrtoHU* •!,Alfonj, Iowa j (9WI1). Nov. I. 1«M, tm<J«T Act «* CongreH of March ». I«T» I JttAiiltHtP 1863 VOL. 101 NO. 29 _ JWome* Will Improve Baseball Park At Bancroft The Bancroft park board is planning to start work in about a week sprucing up the Bancroft baseball park and the entire park area. The plans include fixing the ball diamond, replacing broken fence boards and painting the fence and bleachers. The town council transferred money from the recreation fund to cover the cost. Tom Garry, Jr., member of the park board, estimated the cost of the project at $1,000. The baseball diamond is used by St. John's High School baseball team and the Bancroft American Legion team. Bancroft Little League teams use it occasionally. Grass Fire Algona firemen were called to extinguish a grass fire east of the Jacob E. Decker buying station here about 3:50 p. m, Friday. The entire area was blackened, but no damage resulted, although flames'did approach the Decker structure. Honor Students TITONKA - Local outstanding students who have been chosen he hasn't heard about the An electric water heater gives you enough hot water for a hot shower any time you want it, even when she's doing dishes or washing the laundry at the same time. That's because an electric water heater keeps water hot, recovers hot water fast. she hasn't heard about the No one's told her about the electric water heater, either, or she'd have the hot water she needs for the dishes. You see, the automatic heating units (both top and bottom of the electric water heater) bring fresh water up to the temperature you want right nowl Don't shout at each other about lack of hot water. See your dealer today about a fast-recovery electric water heater! Algona Municipal Utilities DeKalb's BIG 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. I. 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 hirvutcd 163.4 bu. of XL-325 from i 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 fertilization, 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. Dear: <ays, "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 dayi 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 Night's average 200+ bushels per acre on 388 acres. To obtain it, Hight planted XL-346 and XL-45 in alternating blocks. Top yield in 1966 in DeKalb's 200 Bushel Club, by Emanuel 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 ease of harvesting, good standability, and desirable ear height. BIG NAME for BIG YIELDS DEKALB" !l I Rljlltend Bund Nimi. "XL" h l Virilly Dtll|nitien. - DEKALB DEALERS IN THIS AREA ARE: - Gene Hood, Algona Roland Bode, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Lawrence Bejch, Whittemore Peter Reding, Bode Alphons Berte, Bode Raymond Otis, Wesley Homer Matthiesen, Fenton Frank Droessler, Bancroft Dennif Yegge, Buffalo Center Jack Steinberg, Buffalo Center Fred Richter, Ledyard Harvey C. Larsen, Swea City Clifford McMillin, Ringsted Kermir Fowler, Ottosen to attend the Iowa Science Engineering and Humanities Symposium to be held April 13-15 at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, are Cheryl Cunningham, Kay Huisman and Lois Janssen. Work On Pool At West Bend Progressing Good weather has allowed const ruction on the West Bend swimming pool to continue after being at a stand-still through the winter months. At a meeting of the swimming pool committee March 31, Chairman Glenn Schellhammer announced that there is still a need for funds for the pool's completion over the amount set aside by West Bend's council for the major part of the building of pool and bathhouse. The campaign for contributions for the swimming pool fund a year ago, plus contributions made since then from individuals, business firms and organizations brought the amount to $9,253. In the near future, the pool committee plans to mail out pledge cards to some who pledged amounts but have not yet made contributions. The committee also plans to reach some with whom no contact was made during the campaign a year ago. Donations to the West Bend Swimming Pool fund are tax deductible and can be made to the committee chairman, Glen Schellhammer. Meanwhile, the summer recre- ation committee is making arrangements for West Bend children to receive Red Cross swimming instruction early in the season from another town's pool as in previous summers. P888M8BB8BBIBBB888BJ movie clock I a a o o o got fi g 8MB* B ft ft M ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY - Complete Program begins 7:00- 9:13. "After The Fox"-7:33-9:41. FRIDAY — Complete Program begins 7:00 - 8:49. "Monkeys Go Home" - 7:08 - 9:24. SATURDAY and SUNDAY Complete Program begins 1:00 — 2:41-5:10-6:51-9:20. "Monkeys Go Home" - 1:00-3:295:10-7:39-9:52. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Program begins 7:00 8:49. "Monkeys Go Home" 7:08-9:24. STARLITE DRIVE-IN FRIDAY — Complete programs begin 7:00. "Dr. Terror's House Of Horrors" - 7:00. "The Skull" - 9:03. "Shock Treatment"-10:31. SATURDAY - Complete Programs begin 7:00. "ShockTreat- ment" - 7:00. Dr. Terror's House Of Horrors" - 8:59. "The Skull" - 10:42. SUNDAY -Complete Programs WALT DISNEY'S "MONKEY, GO HOME!" AT THE ALGONA THEATRE STARTING FRIDAY FRENCH ART — An American (Dean Jones) and his friend, the chimp, have little in common with Matisse, but their art makes quite on impact on a French village in the Walt Disney comedy-romance, "Monkeys, Go Home!" The Technicolor production also stars Maurice Chevalier and Yvette Mimieux. ALGONA STARTS FRIDAY, APRIL 14 "V WALT DISNEY presents arring MAURICE CHEVALIER ,^T JONES MIMIEUX CONTINUOUS SHOWING SATURDAY - SUNDAY - 1:00 P.M. APRIL 13,1967 SECOND SECTION Sweo City Girl Weds Linda Faye Lien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lien, Swea City, and Joseph Herman Welp, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herman Welp, Sr., Bancroft, were united in marriage at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, April 1, 1967, at 10:30a.m., with Father Victor Ramaeker officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Delores Blien, Ft. Carson, Colo., was matron of honor, and Mrs. Marlynn Anderson, Swea City, served as bridesmaid. James Welp, Bancroft, was the best man, and Donald Welp, Bancroft, groomsman. A reception was held at the Legion Ballroom following the ceremony for 250 guests. The bride graduated from Swea City Community School in 1964 and attended Mankato Commercial at Mankato, Minn., for one year. She has been employed as secretary for the Central Telephone Co. The groom graduated from St. Thomas Military Academy in 1963 and is a member of the Naval Air Reserves. After a wedding trip to northern Minnesota, the young couple will be at home in Jacksonville, Fla. where the groom is stationed. (Photo by Berg Studio, Fairmont) begin 7:00. "The Skull" - 7:00. "Shock Treatment" - 8:48. "Dr. Terror's House Of Horrors" 10:27. Eight Teachers Are Hired Here For 1967-68 Contracts for eight new teachers were approved by the Algona Community School District board of education at their last meeting. They include those for James Welton, Orange City, for physical education and athletics. He has previously been at Estherville. Also for Pamela Adams, Rockwell City, kindergarten; Mrs. Jo Ann Backhaus, Graettinger, grade 4; Mrs. Beverly Nordman, Ames, grade 5; John Nordman, Ames, grade 6; Mrs. Beverly Mawdsley, Algona, elementary voca; Karen Johnson, Bondurant, business education; and Juan Calvo, Miami, Fla., Spanish. Resignations were accepted from Manuel Febles, Spanish instructor, who is taking a position with State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls; and KathrynSoren- son, who has accepted a position next year with the North Iowa Community College at Mason City. ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, St. Joe, and Mrs. Mark McGuire, Algona, attended the graduation exercises at La James Beauty School in Mason City, with Mrs. James Doyle, a member of the class. Mrs. Doyle (Florence McGuire), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, will be employed at Sheakleys, Algona. FRI. - SAT. - SUN., APRIL 14-15-16 CHRISTOPHER LEE a* ROY CASTLE «» Km GUSHING as loiunif w nwucii n wnu n • UH.10N SU801SXY • NITON SU60ISKY md MAX J. ROStNBtfifi • FREDDIE FRANCIS • AUCUS PLUS WHEN THE SKULL STRIKES YOU'LL SCREAM! TECHNICOLOR TECMNISCOK PETER GUSHING' PATRICK WYMARK- CHRISTOPHER LEE PLUS SHOCKTrttAtMGrff

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