The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 22, 1967
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4-Alflono (la.) Uppor Dai MolnM Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967 AROUND ALGONA imiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiM By RUTH SHIERK MRS. JOE LOWE will be hostess in her home next Tuesday to the twenty members of the Delphian Society, with a dessert luncheon. The program will he presented by Debbie Laws, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws, who spent her summer in Switzerland as a member of the American Field Service. JUDGE AND MRS. G. W. Stillman will leave Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Finkbine, at Atlantic. They will return Friday. Mrs. Stillman will be hostess tomorrow (Friday) to her bridge club, with two tables in play. The group will convene for luncheon at the Country Club, with the ensuing afternoon at the Stillrnan residence. MR AND MRS. Randall Scott Wagner of Iowa City will spend the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sands. The newlyweds are both students at the University of Refreshing the Nation's Economy What is the browing industry worth to the Amrricnn economy? Hcckon it in billions. Hero arc sonic of MIII- annu;il outlays, in round numbers: KAI-KM' tuxes (federal, state, local) .... Sl.-l Million Agricultural purchases (grains, etc. > $215 Million Packaging purchases i wood, paper, metal) $/>")() Million Salaries and wages S2.5 Billion ON THESE FOUR ITEMS ALONE—MORE THAN J4 BILLION ',v [in.\\-i • • i if Ann":::.i /'://»/> Constant F1<>/n";hi UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. I'M HOU I'i'l, OSCt OLA, IOWA UN mineral deficiency 1 profit deficiency J If your animals lack minerals, you'll lack profits. Remedy that with CO-OP Mineral Concentrates. Available in block or loose form. NAME CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #1 CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #2 CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #3 CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #4 CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #5 (Phenothiazlne) CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #6 ("Bar Fly" Phenothiazlne) CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #1 CO-OP Mineral Concentrate #8 MINERAL LEVELS 3% Phosphorus 20% Calcium 30% Salt Plus Trace Minerals 6% Phosphorus 20% Calcum 27Vi Salt Plus Trace Minerals 9% Phosphorus 20% Calcium 25% Salt Plus Trace Minerals 12% 'Phosphorus 20?o Calcium 19>/ 2 % Salt Plus Trace Minerals Contains Regular 'Phenothiazine 6% Phosphorus 20% Calcium 25% Salt Plus Trace Minerals Contains "Bar Fly" Phenothiazine' 6°i Phosphorus 20?o Calcium 25% Salt Plus Trace Minerals 6% Phosphorus No Salt 27 1 /2% Calcium Plus Trace Minerals 12% Phosphorus ' No Salt 27 1 2°o Calcium Plus Trace Minerals USES For animals on high-grain rations such as: — Feedlot cattle on high-grain rations. For animals on medium high-grain rations such- as: —Feedlot cattle receiving moderate amounts of hay and/or silage. —Dairy cattle on high-grain, limited roughage feeding. For animals on medium high roughage such as: —Cattle on pasture, silage or hay rations receiving only a small amount of grain. —Dairy cattle receiving rather large amounts of roughage. For animals on high roughage rations, or where a narrow calcium-phosphorus Is needed such as: —Cattle on a high roughage ration or pasture. —Swine on growing or fattening rations, or breeding stock. For the control of stomach worms, hook worms, and nodular worms. Keep before animals (cattle or sheep) at all times. Do not feed to lactating dairy cows, Prevents the breeding of horn flies in manure of cattle. Feed free choice, starting before the horn fly season. Also helps control stomach worms, hook worms and nodular worms, Do not feed to lactating dairy cows. For use when feeding mineral and salt separately is desired. Feed along with salt for the same feeding situations as CO-OP Mineral Concentrate =2. For use when feedng mineral and sa : : separately is desired. Feed n'lin,: *Mt'i sail for tiic same feedug situation a$ CO-OP Mineral Concentrate -•!. Concentrate £9 is identical to -2 except that E.DD! (organic iodine 1 i« •''• Concentrate slO is identical io ~7 except f.DOl is aiidcJ. EDDI lu ps |" vent foot lot and soft tissu; knvny j.:.v whe", ted correctly. See Your CO-OP FFtD MAN for tiic full *lcv. ^OOf concentrates Whittemore Co-op Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH) For top performance co-pp gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Phone 295-5614 «CMMMIM» Translator TV became nearer a reality here recently when concrete footings for the new tower a mile east of the city were poured by Croft Ready-Mix of Algona. Work is progressing on the project, with the KGLO translator expected to be installed sometime next month. Orland Steil of the ready-mix firm is shown at the right above preparing a lumber form for one of the footings, while a representative of Advance Industries, Sioux City, general contractor on the project, is shown at the right. Excavation work was done by Reding Gravel and Excavating of Algona. : ' ' Many area residents have also reported vastly-improved! reception on channel 6, Austin, Minn., since that 'station installed and put into use -> new tower. (Glenn's Studio Photo). ; GRAFENWOHR, GERMANY -Army Private First Class Milton A. Woodward, 20, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Dettman, live at 520 Diagonal St., Algona, began three weeks of field training with the 4th Armored Division near Grafen- wohr, Germany/bet. 30.' He, and other members of the division's 2nd Battalion, 78th Artillery will receive weapons training under simulated combat conditions. Pvt. Woodward is a supply clerk in the battalion's Headquarters Battery. - o - FT. CARSON, COLO. -David L. Culbertson, 23, son of Mrs. Doris A. Culbertson, 1508 E. Elm, Algona, was promoted to Army specialist five Oct. 31 at Ft. Carson, Colo., where he is serving as an operating room specialist assigned to Company B of the 5th Infantry Division's 5th Medical Battalion. His father, Glen Culbertson, lives on Route 2, Burt, Iowa. His wife Linda, lives at 1706 S. Grand, Emmetsburg. - o - Iowa. MR AND MRS. Miles Sloniker went to Iowa City Sunday after an emergency call informing them that their daughter, Carol, freshman at the University, had been hospitalized at 3;30thatmorning. Although Carol is still under treatment, surgery was not found necessary, and she is making good progress. MR. AND MRS. Kentonlmmer- fall spent last weekend with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton. Sue Moultonwill arrive Sunday to spend ten days and Thanksgiving with her parents. The family will observe the holiday with dinner at the home of Mrs. Moulton's mother, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. Sue Moulton and Barb Medin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin of Whittemore, will spend the week end at Cornell College'. Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Immer.fall and daughter, Kimberley, are expected to spend the weekend here with their parents. MR. AND MRS. William F. Steele went last week to Cedar Falls, where their daughter, Sally, is a student at the University of Northern Iowa. She spent an overnight visit here with her parents, wJio, took her on Sunday to Mason City where she is now practice-teaching at Jefferson School for several months. She will then return to the university to complete her education. DEVELOPMENTS FROM DEVALOIS CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds A wide variety of educational meetings are sponsored by the Extension Service. If you have any questions about these meetings, stop in or phone the Extension Service in Algona. Our phone number is 295-2120. Tuesday, November 28 - 7:009:00 p.m. at Cherokee Methodist Church. This meeting is for newly elected mayors and councilmen. A similar meeting is also held at Hampton at the Goldkey Restaurant on November 30. Ag Chemical and Fertilizer Dealer Meeting - Wednesday, November 29 at 7:00 p.m. (to eat) at Van's Cafe in Algona. Dean Barnes, our Extension Area Agronomist, will present information on Farm chemicals and fertilizers to dealers at this meeting. The meeting begins at 8:00 p.m. The meeting is for dealers in Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties. Farm Power and Machine School - Thursday, November 30 and December 7. This two day sign up school is for all farmers interested in makins 1 the best use of machinery and managing their machinery use and purchases for highest net profits. Two Extension Ag Engineers and a Farm Manager will be the speakers. TO register for the school, send a check of $3.50 to the Extension Office. MEMOS FROM MARGARET combinations, creamed chicken, fish and meats, meat balls with tomato sauce, meat loaf, stews and soups all freeze satisfactorily. Leave some room for baked goodt,, including holiday breads, cookies and cakes that might as well be baked ahead. Freezing prepared foods makes wise use of your freezer, your time and your effort. fniiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiufliiniiiiiniHi Notes Of Servicemei iniininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiinHiiiiiiBttlitiillillllllltllli GREAT LAKES, ILL., Nov. 6- Seaman Recruit Thomas J. Fitzpatrick USN, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Fitzpatrick, Algona, has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. In the first weeks of his naval service he studied military subjects and lived and worked under conditions similar to those he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. hi making the transition from civilian life to Naval service, he received instruction under vetr eran Navy petty officers. He, studied seamanship, as'well as, survival technique's,,-military drill and other subjects. ( JOHN R. ZOHBON SAN ANTONIO— Airman John R. Zohbon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Zohbon of Whittemore, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to the Air Force Technical Training Center at Sheppard AFB, Tex., for specialized schooling as a medical services specialist. Airman Zoh- bon, a 1965 graduate of West Bend High School, attended Iowa State University. \ :AMARILLO, Tex., ~ Airman 'jjd^ald W. Helmers, son of Mr. Npd, Mrs. John W. Helmers of , J «f|SO'& E. Elm St., Algona, has V' ttign^graduated.from a U.S. Air i '•"-"Force technical '• school at mode o'day . 13&tfcfil>ta Use our convenient LAYAWAY PLAN — instantly available — doesn't cost extra Be the sly little mouse and play a happy tune, with gifts from 2.85 a box (3.prs.) hose... to $5: $10: $15: (more or less) for other Merry Christmas wishes! 108 E. STATE ALGONA, IA. HERE'S HOW TO HANDLE ALL OF THOSE STALKS! Now is the time to freeze some prepared food to use during the busy days ahead. To start with - fix some "TV" dinners with left overs from Thanksgiving dinner. There is usually enough left for several more people to eat. Use a regular TV tray or an aluminum pie pan will do. You will probably enjoy it more say two weeks from now. Certain combination dishes sucli as baked beans, casserole LINDSAY'S "BIG 440" CHOPPER ^ Handle that tangled mass of tough hybrid stalks with Lindsay's "Big 440", the 4-row chopper with all the plus features! Compare it with any other chopper ... its low original cost ... its power ... its free-swinging flail cup knives ... its superior belt-pulley arrangement . . . its all-round rugged construction. You won't find another 144 inch chopper that will top it for shredding corn stalks, chopping gram straw, clipping pastures, government acres and weed control. Pull a tandem disc behind it and chop and disc at the same time. Get all the facts now! LINDSAY MODEL 280 A superior 8-foot 2 or 3 row chopper. Powerfully built like the BIG 440. ASK FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA, IA, Amarillo AFB, Tex. He was trained as a personnel specialist and has been assigned to a unit of the Tactical Air Command at Langley AFB, Va. Airman Helmers, a graduate of Algona High School, attended Iowa State University. His wife, Joan, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hemphill of R. R. 1, Odebolt, Iowa. Swea City Band Members Chosen, Special Events Swea City band students have been selected to appear at events at Sioux Falls and Mason City. Steve Nelson and Larry Anderson, cornetists, were chosen to participate in the 10th annual Band Festival Friday and Saturday at Augustana College at Sioux Falls. Six band members will appear in the 2nd annual "Honor Band" sponsored by North Central Iowa Bandmasters' Association Jan. 13 at Mason City. Lots of people know a good thing the minute the other fellow sees it. Gourmet meals... or something simple '/ Young and old alike can prepare delicious meals Electric Range! on a modem Algona Municipal Utilities •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••B PUBLIC AUCTION As the farm has been sold and I'm moving to Algona, I will sell my personal property on the farm located from West Bend 1 mi. south and 2 l / 2 miles east, or from Ottosen 3 miles north and l / z mile west on Saturday., Nov. 25th 9:30 A.M. 9:30 A.M. OLIVER TRACTOR 1961 OLIVER model 880 diesel, in good condition, Heathouser, chains and wheel weights for 880. Oliver 4-row cultivator with rubber press wheels, mounts 880. 1952 FARMALL H, wide front new sleeves and pistons and good tires. 22 Head of HOLSTEIN CATTLE -Jfe', 1 Holsteln COW, fresh Nov. 5, with 4th calf. 1 Holstein COW fresh Nov. 6, with 4th Calf. 1 Holsteln COW fresh Oct. 22 with 3rd Calf. 1 Holstein COW. fresh Oct. 23 with 4th Calf. 1 Holstein HEIFER, fresh Oct. 29 with 2nd Calf. 1 Holsteln HEIFER fresh In March with 1st Calf. 1 Holstein COW fresh in May with 4th Calf. 1 Holsteln COW fresh Sept. 20 with 3rd Calf. I Holsteln COW coming with 5th Calf in December. 7 Open Yearling Holstein HEIFERS C.V. 4 Bull Calves 2 Heifer Calves Cows TB and Bangs Tested. MILKING EQUIPMENT Surge S.P.I 1 Milker and Pipeline for 21 cows; Also a 2 unit Surge Milker; 3 medium size Surge Buckets with lock on pulsators; 7 can top opener Milk Cooler; I. H. C. self-washing Cream Separator. Power Machinery A-C No. 90 Combine pickup, straw spreader, P.T.O, In extra good condition; Oliver 14-ft. Field Cult., like n».wj Stan Hoist Manure Loader with snow bucket, mounts 880 Oliver; Wlnpower 4 row Rotary Hoe, like new; Brllllon 18 ft. Land Roller, real good; Llndsey 5-sectlon Lever Flexible Drag with folding steel evener; Oliver 4 bar side delivery rake on rubber; Wlnpower Farm Trailer with 6 ft. x 12 ft. wood barge box, 2 In. floor, Dowden hoist. 14 In. rubber, 2 Oliver 2 way hydraulic cylinders; 1 set Massey wheel weights; Overhead wagon hoist; Old high wheel wagon and wood flare box. GEHL GRINDER MIXER with Incline elevator and auger conveyor, used very little. 1953 G.M.C. l>/ 4 Ton TRUCK. 12 ft. combination grain and livestock box, Schwartz hoist, good tires and runs good. 30,000 actual miles. Melvin bought this truck new and used It only for his own use. It Is a good truck 1960 - 4 door, 6 cylinder FORD, runs good. 1961 FORD 4 door Falrlane, 6 cylinder, straight stick, runs good, good tires. JOHN DEERE MACHINERY J. Deere No. 620, 4-14 in. Plow with trip bottoms; John Deere 44 ft. Grain Elevator, P.T.O.; J. Deere 9 ft. Wlndrower, P.T.O.; J. Deere 490 Corn Planter; J. Deere model R Tractor Spreader; J. Deere No. 5 - 7 ft Power Mower; J. Deere 18 ft. Straight Disc; 1. Deere Endgate Seeder; J. Deere Farm Trailer, 6 ft. x 12 It. wood barge box, 2in. wood floor, Stan Hoist hydraulic hoist. 16-ln rubber; J. Deere Farm Trailer and flat bed, 16-ln. 'rubber. MISCELLANEOUS 300 gallon Gas Barrell on steel stand; 300 gallon Fuel Barrel on wood stand; 200 gallon Fuel Barrel; Portable air compressor, like new; Rubber tired Wheel Barrow; Garden Digger with Brlggs & Straton gas motor; 6-ply tire like new; 12 ft. x 16 ft. truck Tarp; Gas Brooder Stove, Chicken Feeders. Watcrers, Nests, etc. Many Tools and Small Items too numerous to mention. 50 BALES STRAW HOUSEHOLD GOODS Coleman upright Gas Wall Furnace; Dearborn Gas Space Heater; both of these heating elements have thermostat control and fans and work perfect; 2-door cupboard; floor lamp; china cabnet; wardrobe; ten 30-ln. Venltlon blinds. BUILDINGS, ETC. 12 ft. x 18 ft. Brooder House; 10 ft. x 16 ft. Brooder House; Norton walk In Hog Feeders; 2 Feed Bunks; 1 Hay Bunk; 8-hole steel Hog Water Tank; 10 bu. round steel Hog Feeder; Small steel Water Tank; Gas Tank Heater. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with the bank. Not Responsible for Accident* MELVIN THILGES, Owner Auctioneers, Charley Quinn & Jay Arnold Clerk, Iowa State Bank of West Bend,

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