The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1968 · Page 5
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Insect Control Part Of Corn- Bean Program RICHARD SKREI The all-new, 1968 version of the now famous Corn and Soybean Clinics as put on by Farm Shows will have an entire regiment devoted to control of insects in corn. This year's clinic is scheduled for .Algona on Feb. 8 in the Garrigan High School auditorium beginning at 8:30 a.m. There will be door prizes and a free lunch at noon. Speaking on the effective control of crop insects will be Richard Skrei, with the agricultural chemicals division of the Shell Chemical Co. Skrei was born and raised on a farm in Minnesota's Red River Valley. He attended Iowa State University and is a graduate of North Dakota State University. Skrei has spent twelve years in the agriculture field with the last six in Iowa. At present he is technical sales representative for Shell in Iowa. Algona Woman, Waterloo Man Wed Jan. 27 Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich of Algona became the bride of Ernest Kreb, Waterloo, during a ceremony performed in the Trinity Lutheran Church here at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, by Rev. Paul Sohn. Attendants for the couple were Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt, Fenton, granddaughter of the bride and her husband. Sandra Faulstich and Barbara Faulstich, granddaughters, were organist and soloist, respectively. They were directed by Mrs. Vaughn Rising. A reception-supper was held for the immediate family and close friends and Rev. and Mrs. Sohn at the bride's home here following the ceremony. The newlyweds are living in Algona and plan to go on a wedding trip early in the spring. Industrial Corp. Meetings Slated For This Week Algona Industrial Development Corporation activity this week will include a 9 a.m. meeting, today, Feb. 6, at the Chamber of Commerce office for all officers and board members, and a luncheon meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at noon, at Van's Cafe. The luncheon meetings are held to keep stockholders acquainted with activities of the Corpora- tion. Committees for 1968 will be named by President Dick Cook at this meeting. Suggestions or ideas for the Corporation will be welcomed, President Cook said. Lone Rock Girl Gets Science Degree, Drake LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger and Mrs. Willis Bollinger attended mid-year commencement at Drake University Sunday. The Clair Bel- lingers' daughter, Marilyn, received her Bachelor of Science in Education degree at this time. She is presently teaching fifth grade at Grundy Center. After commencement they were all guests at the Hazel Markovetz home in Urbandale. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Don Gifford became the parents of a daughter Saturday, Jan. 27 at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. The little miss weighed 7 Ibs., and lias been named Robin Rennae. The maternal grandmother is Mrs. Muriel Ackerman and paternal grand- mother is Mrs. Meta Gilford of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger attended open house in Algona last Wednesday for Mrs. Kate Schroeder who was celebrating her 90th birthday. They also attended the funeral of a former neighbor and resident of Lone Rock. The Jolly Neighbors Club met in January at the Cunningham Cafe at Burt. They had their husbands as guests for supper. Following supper 500 was played. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmar, Mrs. Adela Thompson, Neva Thompson, Dick and Butch O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson, Bruce Johnson, and Miss Vivian Dutton. High prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, low to Julia Thompson and Butch O'Donnell and travel to Raymond Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger attended the Vaske and Doyle wedding at St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow and Dell Marlow spent several days at Redfield, So. Dak., visiting relatives. Tuesday, feb. 6, 1968 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Molnes-5 MEIER IMPLEMENT of CYLINDER, IA. INVITES YOU TO BE A GUEST, THURSDAY, FEB. 8 MEET THE EXPERTS 9 A.M. TO 3P.M. ALLIS-CHALMERS CORN & SOYBEAN CLINIC GARRIGAN HI - ALGONA Free Hot Lunch At Noon I" 1 " '' l »» l —'—^^^ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,i..,, ,„„„„„„„ ,„„,„ Hllllllll Hll 11|l|I1|||(|fe I VISITORS YOU DON'T WANT ! I Neither resistant nor non-resistant rootworms are gen- | erally present in first-year corn in sufficient numbers to cause | appreciable losses. So there's no need for high-priced "spe- | cialty" insecticides. But this doesn't mean your crop can't | be invaded by hordes of other hungry soil insects. Cutworms, | wireworms, white grubs and sod webworms usually cause | considerable damage to corn that follows sod, grass or various | small grains. That's why aldrin is especially important for | first-year corn. A single broadcast application of aldrin pro| vides outstanding control of 17 destructive pests plus season| long "crop insurance" that leads to those bonus bushels you're | always after. | Broadcast applications of aldrin give the best protection | to your entire acreage by reducing soil insect populations to | levels too low to cause costly losses. This is especially impor- | tant where the voracious black cutworm is concerned. Band| ing or row applications won't even give this persistent pest a | headache while he travels from untreated to treated areas. | Broadcast aldrin every year. You'll soon see why it's the | world's most successful corn soil insecticide. aldrin WE HAVE IT YOUR COMPLETE FARM STORE with a full line of CHEMICALS, HERBICIDES, INSECTICIDES, FERTILIZERS and SEEDS . . . Stop in and look us over ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. "Home of Taylor-Made Prescription Fertilizers" 205 So. Phillips Phone 295-2701 AMJKO-PHOS | IIKIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillllllllllllllllllliliiiiiiiiitiiiiP

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