The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1967 · Page 17
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Ottosen Man New Director Donald Usher, Ottosen, la., at right, visits with R. Edward Baur, Van Meter, la., chairman of the Farm Credit Board of Omaha during an orientation conference for newly-elected directors of Federal Land Bank Associations in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. The Omaha Bank makes long-term | farm and ranch loans through 88 associations in the four-state area. Usher serves as a director of the Federal Land Bank Association of Algona. 4-Corners Club Of Portland At Fitch Home PORTLAND - The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, April, 4th, in the home of Vera Fitch. Ten members were present: Wyona Harms, Hazel Carroll, Janice Moore, Leita Phelps, Velma Nelson, Marilyn Bengtson, Viva Ringsdorf, Agnes Stewart, Emily Larsen and Vera Fitch. Chairman, Velma Nelson, called the meeting to order. After old and new business was taken care of, the afternoon was spent playing games and visiting. Everybody won a prize. A motion was made and seconded that we have a bulb or plant exchange at the next meeting, May, 2nd; which will be held in the home of Hazel Carroll. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hannaof Lone Rock were Sunday afternoon visitors in the S. R. Parsons home. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton were Wednesday evening visitors in the Parsons home. Captain and Mrs. Ted Finley and Julie were from Sunday through Thursday visitors in the Billy Christensen home. Captain Finley is a brother of Mrs. Christensen and had been going to school in California, but the family was on their way back to their home in Del ware. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson of Titonka were Friday afternoon callers in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, little Joe and Mary Ann were Tuesday evening visitors in the S. R. Parsons home. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Christensen and family of LaCrosse, Wise., and Mrs. Elvira Christensen of Algona were supper guests in the Billy Christensen home, a week ago Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ites oi Alden drove down to the Jesse Harms home Sunday morning. Mr; and Mrs. James Harms and family of Fort Dodge joined them for a Sunday dinner in the Phil Carlson home in Algona. Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy called at the S. R. Parsons home Wednesday afternoon, and Mrs. Paul Arend was a Thursday morning caller in the Parsons home. Mrs. Robert Collett of Engel- wood, Colorado, who has been going through the Clinic at Rochester, and a friend, Miss Linda Neuman, of Rochester, spent the weekend in the Ray McWhorter and Frank Becker homes. Mrs. Frank Beckerhad a coffee in her home in honor of her sister, Mrs. Robert Collett and friend Linda Neuman, Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, and Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker returned home last Monday after spending about three days in Davenport visiting the Ralph Dugans also the Richard Dugans at Elwood, Iowa. Mrs. Frank Becker and Franklin and Mrs. Harold Becker went to Mason City, Friday afternoon where they visited Mrs. Ethel Hain who is a patient in the Memorial Park Clinic. Nancy Becker spent Saturday at the Music contest in Swea City. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen entertained a Circle of the Burt Presbyterian church, last Wed. ' afternoon, April 5th. A good sized crowd turned out for the meeting. Mrs. Edmund Larson attended rural Woman's Day last Monday afternoon at Algona, where Mrs. June Goldman of Forest City gave a very interesting talk. "Conscience is that still small voice that can make us feel even smaller". Algona AOK Algona AOK 4-H Club held a meeting April 8 at the Extension office. Talks were given on "Styles of homes in my community," by Susan Kinseth and Barb Schlievert also "Structural lines are Beautiful" by Kathy Lallier and Patti Detrick. Demonstrations, "Selecting a suitable frame" by Jennifer Limbaugh and Charla Walker and "Selecting a suitable matt" by Diane Studer & Misty Lloyd. Delegates for camp Were selected. Junior camp, Mary Jane Berger & Becky Myer, sub. Suzzane Holtzbauer and Susan Kinseth; Int., Terry Farrell and Linda Heimers, Sub. Dorothy Frideres and Susan McEvoy. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Prothman. Hostesses were Mrs. Studer, Diane and Debbie, Mrs. Schlievert and Barb. Social Chairman Don Hanisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hanisch of Bancroft, has been named social chairman for Vance House of Knapp Hall at Iowa State University for the coming academic year. Thursday, April 20, 1967 Algona (Ic.) Upper Dei Mo!nes-7 Daughters Of Cylinder Couple Are Engaged VIRGINIA FRASER ROSALIE FRASER Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fraser, Cylinder, have announced the engagements and approaching marriages of their daughters, Virginia Lee and Rosalie Ann. Virginia Lee is engaged to Raymond D. Friedrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Friedrich, Algona. She is a 1966 graduate of Cylinder High School and the future bridegroom graduated from Algona High the same year. Both are attending Emmetsburg Community College. An August wedding is planned. Rosalie Ann is engaged to Rodney D. Culbertson, son of Mrs. Daleth Pollock, Creston. She is a 1965 graduate of Cylinder High and is employed in Des Moines. Mr. Culbertson is a 1965 graduate of Creston High School, is employed by the Iowa Highway Commission and at present is on active duty in the Army Reserves at Ft. Lewis, Wash. The girls are granddaughters of Mrs. Mildred Fraser and Mr. and Mrs. George Wildin, all of Algona. There Isn't a better intermediate size car sold in the United States than the 1967 Rebel" says Tom McCahill, automobile expert for Mechanix Illustrated. Tom McCahill evaluates the automobile industry for Mechanix Illustrated. Recently, he took out an SST hardtop equipped with a 343 cu. in. typhoon V-8 for an e\hausti\e series of road tests. How did our lixcitement Machine perform? "In readability and performance, it would top most of the newer specialty'cars. There's absolutely no plowing and little body roll. The whole feel of the car. when going over ruts or across dirt roads, is excellent." What about comfort? "It's eMremely'comfortable and relaxing to drive. In straight-line driving the SST is as comfortable as the Jell-O specials." How about Rebel's new four-link rear suspension? "Of all the new sporty-type cars, as they come from the showroom, Rebel has by far the best and safest suspension of the whole kit and caboodle." And the looks? "As sharp in appearance as a thousand- dollar bill. And from a cost angle. Rebel's not overpriced." This is your kind of excitement, created by American Motors. A compatn that has created an entire line of six-passenger Excitement Machines that give you more excitement for the money. See your American Motors Rambler Dealer. He'll convince you the I9A7 Rebel is the best intermediate built in the country today. Then do what Tom McCahill did. Take a test-drive. American Motors builds your kind of car •VMII-VSS VDOR . VI \KIIS . RI-HH. . RAMHIPR AMIRICAS' pRVINGTON I By Marguerite Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murphy and son Tommie of Lone Rock were visitors at the Vernon Klein home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley, Craig and Christie, spent the past weekend at Minneapolis and attended the Ice Follies there with Mary Mawdsley. Mr. and Mrs. John Elbert and children of Albuquerque, N. M., visited their grandfather, Chris Gales, here on Wednesday. They are spending some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbert at Algona. Mrs. Charles Reaper is visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Mullin at Willow Creek, Mo. The trip was made with Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. John Dole and sons left Sunday for Denver, Colo., to spend a week at the home of Mrs. Dole's brother and family there. Give DHIA Results For No. Kossuth During February 854 cows were tested on D.H.I. A. and 580 on Owner Sample, according to John Ward, SweaCity, supervisor for the No. Kossuth association. High cows for the month were in the herds of John Ruger, Fenton; Harvey E. Work, SweaCity; David Farrow, Ledyard; George Hofbauer, Buffalo Center; Larry Wilhelmi, Bancroft; Ed Farland, Swea City; Sidney Payne, Ledyard; Leander Menke, SweaCity; and Alvin Cyphers, Bancroft. In Debate Meet Algona High debaters Greg Perkins, Dennis Georg, Greg Powell and Paul McBride, with their instructor, John Vint, took part in the forensic contest sponsored at the State University of Iowa, last weekend. if you are a busy housewife .. and need plenty of hot water to do your dishes... and still want plenty of hot water for your electric laundry... .ortheman-of-the-house who likes lots of hot wafer for shaving... . or anyone who wants plenty of hot water tor bathing ... ... then you need an Algona Municipal Utilities DeKalb's 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. 2. DEKALB XL-325 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 Liwton in Woodbury County harvested 163.4 bu. of XL-32S from a me»ur«d acre in 1966. Hi planted 20" rows with a harvest itand of over 29,000. Smith laid, "My XL-325 came up to an excellent itand and itindablllty 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 flrit 200 bushel yield In Iowa (215.05 bu.l from a measured acre in 1966, and who was the Master Corn Crower'i Contour winner In 1965 (174.74 bu.), raised XL-45 alone to get hit 1966 yield and In combination with XL-346 for hit 1965 yield. Dean says, "I custom harvested about 35,000 bushed of different brands and found XL-45 and XL-346 to be definitely in a clan by themselves. I like fheir ability to take high populations and stand under advene 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, Might planted XL-346 and XL-45 in alternating blocks. Top yield in 1966 In DeKalb'i 200 Bushel Club, by Emanuel Welbert of Colorado, was 217.9 bushels of XL-45. However, Welbert, in the tame field, had an unofficial machine-checked yield on XL-346 which made 226.3 bushels per acre. Weibert liked XL-346 for hii 20" rowa with in ease of harvesting, good standability, and desirable ear height. BIG NAME for BIG YIELDS "OIKALB" it > R«|1iltrtd Irtnd Nim«. "XL" ll i V*fi*ty Dil - DEKALB DEALERS IN THIS AREA ARE: - DAU'S GARAGE - 125 So. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa Gene Hood, Algona Roland Bode, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Lawrence Besch, Whittemore Peter Reding, Bod* Alphons Berte, Bode Raymond Otis, Wesley Homer Matthiesen, Fenton Frank Droesiler, Bancroft Dennis Yeggs, Buffalo Center Jack Steinberg, Buffalo Center Fred Richter, Ledyard Harvey C. Larsen, Swea City Clifford McMIIHn, Rlngsted Kermlt Fowler, Ottcsen • * t

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