The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1968 · Page 2
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( ' q ' ) " Pper *** Moinc> Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1968 Vice President Of Behlen Co. JERRY JOSEPH The area of grain drying and storage will be thoroughly discussed at the Corn-Soybean Clinic by Jerry C. Joseph, vice president of the Behlen Manufacturing Co. of Columbus, Nebr. Scheduled for Algona at Garrigan High School on Thursday, Feb. 8., starting at 8:30 • a. m., the Corn and Soybean Clinic has a whole list of outstanding experts in the corn and soybean crops and covering all phases of each of the two crops. Jerry L. Joseph has long been a recognized authority in the field of grain drying and storage. Since 1947 he has traveled extensively throughout the United States, speaking before farm and university groups. During the 1968 Corn-Soybean Clinic Mr. Joseph will discuss a subject of special interest to farmers in the Kossuth county area - "Whaf s New in Grain Drying and Storage." Hiscolor- ful presentation covers methods of heated air drying and the results of research in cold air drying. He will also comment on good management procedures in conventional grain storage and a new, insulated storage concept. His program is intended to help both the cash grain farmer and the feeder farmer get the most out of their drying and storage operation. Pick Workers For Easter Seal Campaign The Kossuth county chairman for the 1968 Easter Seal Campaign, Mrs. R. E. Weber of Bancroft, has announced the names of the local committee chairmen. Assisting the county chairman with the annual appeal will be Miss Selina Clifton of Burt, finance chairman; and Mrs. Ralph Cayler of Bancroft, -publicity chairman. Assisting organizations are Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Algona; Girl Scouts, Algona; St. John's School, Bancroft. Town chairmen are as follows: Algona, Mrs. Florence Beardsley; Algona, Mrs. Clarence Hunt; Bancroft, Mrs. A. C. Accurso; Burt, Mrs. Jerry Wiener; Fenton, Mrs. Peter Koenck; Lakota, Mrs. Ray Hertzke; Ledyard, Mrs. Everett Thompson; Jxme Rock, Mrs. Kenneth Jones; LuVerne, Mrs, Ed Lindebakj Swea City, Mrs. Ray- mond Johnson; and Titonka,Mrs. John Stott. Township chairmen will be: Eagle twp., Mrs. Paul Weichmann; Grant, Mrs. Robert Briggs; Springfield, Mrs. Orville Runksmeier; Hebron, Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier; Swea, Mrs. Darrel Bishop; Harrison & Swea City, Mrs. Raymond Johnson; Ledyard, Mrs. Everett Thomp- son; Lincoln, Mrs. Jake Wessels; Seneca, Mrs. Henry Looft; Greenwood & Bancroft, Mrs. A. C. Accurso; Ramsey, Mrs. Art Menke; German, Mrs. Dennis Dreesman; Fenton & Lone Rock, Mrs. Kenneth Jones; Burt, Miss Neoma Junkermeier; Portland, Mrs. Louis Krull; Buffalo, Mrs. George Alke. Lotts Creek & Whittemore, Mrs. Victor Dau; Whittemore & Garfield, Mrs. Marcus Zumach; Union, Mrs. Bernard Gifford; Plum Creek, Mrs. William Paetz; Wesley, Mrs. Alice Hill; Cresco & Algona, Mrs. Clarence Beardsley; Irvington, Mrs. Mervin Bris- tow; Prairie, Mrs. J. O. Downs; Riverdale, Mrs. Martin McGuire; Sherman, Mrs. Ed Hanselman; and LuVerne, Mrs. Ed Lindebak. Algona Lanes Bowling Meet A mixed doubles bowling tournament got underway Feb. 1 (and will continue until March 19) at Algona Lanes, according to owner Ken Meyer. While it is a mixed doubles tourney, singles for men and women will also be featured. Entry deadline is midnight the final day. get the facts about FROM BEHLEN FACTORY SPECIALISTS CORN-SOYBEAN CLINIC Thursday, Feb. 8 8:30 A.M. to 3P.M. GARRIGAN HI AUDITORIUM ALGONA FREE LUNCH AT NOON Don't miss this opportunity to see and hear the latest on grain drying and grain conditioning systems. Hear the men with the answers! THIS IMPORTANT SEGMENT OF THE CLINIC IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY YOUR BEHLEN DEALER TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO SOUTH PHIUIPS ST, ALGONA PHONE 295-2467

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