The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1967 · Page 4
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»• | I DEVELOPMENTS FROM DEVALOIS 4-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Molne* Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1967 tronic Range" FS-1207 from the Extension Office. Housing There is an excellent article "The Age Proof House" and a bulletin "Fireplaces and Chimneys" which could be helpful to some of you. Ask for them at the Extension Office. New Electric Housewares Leaflet This is just off the press and includes information on selection, operation - including cost plus the use and care of many of the newer electric housewares. BY GALEN DeVALOIS Kossuth Extension Director Question - My dairy calves seem to have lice. What can I do about it? Answer - Spray all dairy cattle with an application of 25 hundredths of one percent Ciodrin or 4 or 5 percent malathion dust. Your problem is common. Lice populations build up as the weather gets colder and many times the calves are not on as good a fly control problem as the older animals. * * * You are invited to attend a two- day FARM POWER AND MACHINE SCHOOL in Algona, Thursday, November 30 and December 7. The school will run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. each of the two days. Coffee and doughnuts will be served at 9:15 a.m. each day. The school will be taught by Extension Specialists from Iowa State University. They are Dale Hull and Vern Meyer, Extension Ag Engineers from Ames and Wm. Turner, Extension Farm Management Specialist from our Northwest Iowa area office at Spencer. Registration is $3.50. This includes registration, coffee, two meals, text book, etc. We must have advance registration to make meeting plans. The school was requested because many farmers have expressed that tractors and machinery have become an increasingly important part of the management and operation of a modern farm. The agricultural engineers will cover selecting and owning tractors and large machinery; understanding Nebraska Tractor tests, stepping up performance of tractors and electric service for power and grain drying. The Farm Manager will duscuss the effects of farm size vs. machine size vs. machine costs; ownership of machinery vs. leasing vs. custom hire and tax consideration in machinery investment. These and other discussions should be very worthwhile. Please send in your $3.50 to the County Extension Office right- a-way, as schools like this have filled up fast in the past. , MEMOS FROM MARGARET BY MARGARET PRATT Kossuth Extension Home Economist Here are some notes on cookware, equipment and housing, including where to get more information if you want it. Cooking Ware Spring and fall are the times that there are inquiries about the healthful qualities of aluminum. There is no evidence that aluminum is harmful for the cooking of food. This is the opinion of the Mayo Clinic, United States Department of Agriculture, American Cancer Society, U, S. Public Health Service, American Medical Association and the Federal Trade Commission. Equipment Electrical companies are coming out with Electronic Ranges for under $1,000. Read what you can find about these if you are interested, including "The Elec- Student Teacher Larry Holding, Burt, is one of 75 seniors at Peru State College, Nebr., who began student teach- ing assignments this week in that area. He is teaching secondary education at Auburn, Nebr. Former Algona Man Killed In California Funeral services were held Thursday at San Diego, Calif, for a former Algonan, Robert Fraser, 47, son of Mrs. Mildred Fraser, Algona. His mother and two sisters, Mrs..E. E. Brandow and Mrs. Bill Dau, Jr., also Algona, attended the rites. He died in the crash of a gyro- copter at an airport at San Diego h«B»<M Sunday, Nov. 5. He and a son had built the machine as a hobby and he was in it alone at the time of the mishap. He was born here Dec. 29,1919, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fraser. He graduated from Titonka High School in 1938 andservedin the U. S. Marines during World War II. For about 15 years, he had been employed in construction work in California. Besides his mother and two sisters here, survivors include his wife, Florence; four children, Roger, Richard (in the Marines), Judy (Mrs. James Jacobson), and Frank, at home; and seven other brothers and sisters, Verle, La Mesa, Calif.; Dorothy (Mrs. Beinard Miller), Mason City; Ronald, Greeley, Colo.; Virgil, Syracuse, N. Y.; Phyllis (Mrs. Charles Tibbetts), Chicago; Lewis, Minneapolis; and Harlan, Kingsport, Ky. A brother, Larry, died at the age of 11 and his father is also deceased. First Grandchild Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, Denver, Colo., are parents of a son, Todd David, weighing 61bs., 15 1/2 oz., born Nov. 11 at Lutheran hospital, Wheatridge, Colo. He is the first grandchild for the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cowan, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, Sr., Cherokee. Great- grandparents residing here are B. M. Bakken and Mrs. Alice Cowan; and Mrs. David Tuning, Ponca, Nebr. WHAT A ANY SIZE fftmim m m ^ ^** Hl^^ f/A 5-1<i«'en', 14 ? Z'Z 5 ' 1<l (7.50-14)l«9c.1.1 ,„ .""fcEQ ' 5-15 (6.50-15) PS»-3HS» ....... '- WINTER TREADS RETREADS ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES Built with the same tread design and same high quality tread rubber as new Firestone Town & Country tires! Town I Country £ GUARANTEED LIKE NEW TIRES ™j«»£a^ and materials and all normal road hazard injuries encountered in everyday passenger car use for the life of the tread design m accordance with terms of our printed guarantee. Price of replacement pro-rated on original tread design wear and based on Firestone adjustment price for replacement retread at time or adjustment. Firestone adjustment price is intended to, but ma y. not '.^Present approximate current average selling price, and is subject to change without notice. Joe Bradley Firestone I South of Algona Hotel 9F+ t "*'* n ^*™*^>*i*i»m*iMm*<>m Phom 295-2421

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