The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 14
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Check Your Spring Needs Now! FERTILIZER BAG -. BULK - LIQUID NITROGEN .•.'•'- •• • Big savings with a program tailprmade to fit your need. Always a true measure and mix. FARIVI CHEMICALS INSECTICIDES and HERBICIDES Specially designed for your insect and weed problems. BALER TWINE STRONG and EVEN More bales per ball . « . ties better in any baler FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE AT A RIGHT PRICE See Your Farm Service Salesman Now! KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM SERVICE CO. (la.) Upper Pe* Molnat Thursday, April 20, Sweet City BRown 2-4557 Phone BURT 6,3 ALGONA CY 4-4309 Official Iowa Corn Yield Tests Show Dependability of DEKALB CORN IS TOP YIELDS *and 10 SECONDS * in 2 Year - 3 Years & 4 Years Average, and •K Inclu des Ties 4 TOP YIELDERS in the 1960 Test Results HERE ARE THE DEKALB RESULTS BY DISTRICTS DISTRICT 1 2 YEAR AVERAGE nEKALH—4th (T) . ..112 Bu. 3 YEAR AVERAGE UKKALIl—2nd H5 Bu. 4 YEAR AVERAGE UlCKAUi-Uh | T) __ J()U „„ DISTRICT 2 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB-IU 7<J Bll . 3 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB—1st a-1 Bu. DISTRICT 3A 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB- 1st iTi ..,.118 flu. 3 YEAR AVERAGE DEKAI.U—1st 121 Bu. 4 YEAR AVERAGE UEKALIi---4th iT; ...111 Bu. DISTRICT 3B 2 YEAH AVERAGE ~~ DEKALB-.1st ..... llij Bu. 3 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB - Isl . 113 liu. 4 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB—1 = 1 ._ . . 112 !3ll. DISTRICT 4 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKAI.I'. •-and (T) . 121 Bu. DKKA1.B- itli .. . ..ll'.l Bu. 3 YEAR AVERAGE DJCKALB- 1st t'l'i 121) Bu Dh'KALB—2nd v'I'l ...11B Bu. 4 YEAR AVERAGE "EKALB-. 1st ,T| ...11U Bu. ALL; 2nd a') ...na BU DISTRICTS I960 RESULTS DEKAt.B---Top Yield 142 Bu 2 YEAR AVERAGE DKKALB— 1st (T) __ 123 Bu DEKALFi-ard (T) ..112 Bu.' 3 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB- -4th IT) ...110 Bu. 4 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB--lst IT) _ 10!) Bu DEKALB-and (T) __.107 Bu! DISTRICT 6 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB-4th (Tl -.125 Bll 3 YEAR AVERAGE DKKALU-.lsi 128 Bu. DISTRICT? 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB -1st 120 Bll DEKALB--Hid -...118 Bu! 3 YEAR AVERAGE DKKALB- 2nd . 119 Bu. DISTRICT 8 I960 RESULTS T,,,) yi L ,i C | )2S Bu 2 YEAR AVERAGE DKKALB 1st 1; J5 Bu 3 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB-Hid 124 Bu. DISTRICT 9 I960 RESULTS DEKALB--TOP Yield 142 BU. 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB-1st I 3a fiu. DISTRICT 10 I960 RESULTS DEKALB—Top Yield 135 Bu. 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB-2nd (Tl ...122 Bu. DEKALB-3rd (T) -.121 Bu. 3 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB—2nd (T) ...122 Bu. 4 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB—2nd (T) —.118 Bu. DISTRICT 11 4 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB—4th (T) ...118 Bu. DISTRICT 12 2 YEAR AVERAGE DEKALB—2nd (T) —_124 Bu. (T) Indicate! Tle§. DEKALB CORN Planted by More Farmers for 21 Straight Years Than Any Other Brand, Get Your DeKalb Corn Today from EUGENE HOOD, ALGONA, IOWA PETER C. REDING, BODE, IOWA FRANK DROESSLER, BANCROFT, IOWA LAWRENCE BESCH, WHITTEMORE, IOWA HOMER MATTHIESEN, FENTON, IOWA Mrs George Miller was recently visited by her son, Vern Hagg, St Joseph, Mo. . Huth Circle of Presbylerian church will have a bake sale Apr. 21 from 3 -to 7 p.m. at FareWay Store. Mrs Esther DeCamp visited at the home of Mrs Johnnie Berg* man, Hurt, Sunday throungh Thursday. Mrs Rose Anderson was hospi* taJized a few days at St. Ann for a complete resit. She will be dismissed this week. LaVern G'ordon, Charles City, is a new member of the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. force. He is a Linotype operator. Mrs Christine Spongberg has returned from Minneapolis where she had visited since Easter with Mr and Mrs Carl Spongberg Mr and Mrs Fred Kossieck Marshailitown, spent Sunday here with .the letter's mother, Mrs Ida Wittkopf and o'ther relatives. ' Mrs Vern Barker was taken to Rochester, Minn., Sunday by Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud to see her husband who is hospitalized there. Mr and Mrs Gale Siockwell spent last weekend at Ma-son City with Mr and Mrs William De Kruif and Mr and Mrs Fred Lassahn. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker and family and Mr and Mrs Stanley Walker and family spent Sunday at the James Walker home, Linn Urove. Mrs Meda Hedfield, Des Moines, 'ormer resident here is visiting :his week with Myrtle Turnbaugh, Mrs Bessie Jones, Mrs Elmer 'hillips and other friends. T. James Palmer, superintendent of Algona Utilities,, attended he annual State University of owa waterworks short course at owa City April 10, 11 and 12. Mr and Mrs Don Jorgenson and amily were guests Sunday of Mr nd Mrs George N. Jorgenson. The hird birthday of the Don Jorgen- on's daughter, Diane, was ob- erved. Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas was visit- d Sunday by her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Strom, Salinas,' Cal., nd.Mr and Mrs John Strom, Ma- on.City. The Strom families are former Algonians. Keith Rowley of Algona has joinedjith.ft.Boisfoi'd L'umber Co,, staff and will be an charge of outside construction. Bob Peters who came from Sherburn, Minn, is now assistant to Sheridan Cook, Botsford yard manager here. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick have had word from their son that he is spending this week in Formosa, the Philippines and Hong Kong. He will be serit to Guam in May and will join his wife and little daughter, Katie. Joe Bradley Jr. and his classmates Mike Dooley, Thomas Donohue, Charles Lemieux, and Phil Kurd, were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley, Sr. The young men are studerilts at St. Thomas college, St. Paul, Minn. Mrs Esther Benson returned Sunday from Fenton where she had been with Mr and Mrs Paul .Hudson. Mrs Hudson is convalescing from major surgery. Her sister Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe is with her for awhile, going there Sunday. Sp/4 and Mrs Thomas L. Waldera became the parents of theii first child, a daughter, born Apri 15 at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City The little miss weighed 7 Ibs and 12 oz. Mr Waldera is the son oi Mr and Mrs R. G. Waldera and is stationed at Fort Davis, CanaJ Zone. Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby have returned from a three week vacation in. Florida. At Margate they were guests of Mr and Mrs Burton Thorpe and with them drove to Key West. They also visited Mrs Schoby's cousin and wife, Lt. and Mrs Gerald Nelson at Tampa, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenefick are going to Des Moines this weekend and wi|ll attend the "Flower Drum Song" Saturday. The doctor will attend a medical meeting Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. They will be guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Brown of West Des Moines. They are parents of Mrs Stephen Kenefick'. Mrs Gertrude Faulstick has been visited the past fortnight by S/Sgt, Chai'les Faulstick and Mrs Faulstick. Sgt. Faulstick has been in Turkey the past year. He is in the air force. Upon conclusion of the visit, he and his wife will be located at Lincoln, Neb. The visitors and Mrs Gertrude Faulstick have spent the past two weekends at Fairmont and Minneapolis with relatives. | Mr and Mrs John BrSggs were Wsited last week-by Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham, "Ehnore. Mi- and Mrs ,Henry Becker had" .as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed ;Hinze, Early. ( ;' ' \ 'Mrs Art Burris and "children Wei ' e dinner guests Sunday of Mrs .y. A. Burris at Bradgate. f Mr and Mrs Leon Bilyeu spent Sunday at Crystal Lake with Mrs .Bilyeu's fa'ther, Joe Cline. i Mr and Mrs George Balluff Spent Sunday at Marcus with the former's mother, Mrs Marie BuM- uff. .,,-.'' Mr and Mrs Max Bast had as Sunday guests Mr and Mrs Burton Varcoe and family, Emmetsburg. 'Mrs Perry Byam had as luncheon guests Monday Mrs Dora Johnson, Bancroft, and Audrey .Curtis, Burt., 'Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay, Kaihy 'and. Sally are going to Ames Sunday/for a visit with 1 Mr and Mrs Virgil McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Black will have Mr and Mrs Wayne Black and Mr and .Mrs John Black,.Fort Dodge, as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley had as 1 Quests Saturday Mrs William Vonderhaar and Mr. and Mrs Mark Brandergard, of Humboldt. '.Mr and Mrs William Dau have returned frorh a few months vacation in Hawaii, Pomona, Calif., Tucson and Yuma Arizona. Orville Wicks was dismissed' Saturday from St. Ann hospital where he had been under treatment for a stomach ailment. Mr and Mrs G. D. Shumway have returned from a five week vacation in the Gulf states including Alabama and Mississippi. Mr and Mrs Warren Andreason had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs RgyWhorton, Hampton, and Mr and Mrs jfobert Whorton, Dows. Mrs Lois C aid well was visited Sunday by her cpusin Tom Protheroe, Waterloo, who was en- route to Spirit Lake to open the cbtitage. 'Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason had as wedkqnd guests Mr and Mrs James Potter and family, Nevada, and Mary Susan Eason, Des Mp.ines. .Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman .wej-e visited over the weekend by Mrnantd Mrs David Yeoman, Wa_J; k'e'p. Mr^ Yeoman js employed al Cedar Rapids. Ila Bilsborough had as dinner guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. M. O.,.'Richards, Britt, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards, Eddie and Lori, Lone Rock. Mrs Dena Boekelman was visited Sunday by Mr & Mrs Everett Sleper, Lakota. The previous week she had as guests Mr anc Mrs Epko Winter, Buffalo Center Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud have returned from- San Jose, Cal. where they went early in February to visit with Mr and Mrs Keith Halsrud and other relatives elsewhere on-the coast. Union Boys 4-H The Union Boy's 4-H club met at the civic center April 11. Pin- gels and Nitchals were hosts. A demonstration on good grooming was given by Jim Nilchals and Doug Jergenson. A demonstration on budgets by Jimmy VOUR CHEEKS WILL 6LOVY AS YOU NO DOUBT KNOW IF VOU DRINK MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED learn how one extra weaner make* all other* cost less, by using complete formula feeds containing Aureomyein. Stop in now f?r a ipesial kit en Co-ordinated Feed-Health Program for «wine. , KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY CY 4-4206 Algpno, Iowa As Advertised in The Farm, wd Herae <r ]j|U^| , ^^^^r ^U^»^« ^^™, J^^, .J^^^^, ', ^^^^^^^^^^ ^|^gjjm^^^ Spring Sale! "I'VE BEEN A KAYSER stocking fan for a long time,- and I never miss Graham's Kayser hosiery sale. It's the way I save and save big on the- 'Kayser numbers I want for all qc,ca- sions. I'm buying all my Kayser stockings for spring and summer in this Graham sale!" It's on right now at Graham's, your Kayser hosiery headquarters! Yes, it's the big Kayser Spring Sale where so many women save and save big on these nationally-famous nylons! All the popular styles are ON SALE — choose seamless or full-fashioned in plain or mesh. Even,the famous Fit-All-Tops for the fuller thigh are included in this sale at Graham's. Now's the time to choose your spring and summer hosiery'wardrobe of neutral and high fashion shades. Come and save BIG. on wonderful Kayser stockings now at Graham's!!!! .35 Kayser Nylons on Sale at KAYSER Kl Seamless Mesh Nylons (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER K2 Seamless (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER 6515 Evening Sheers (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER 6530 Service Weight (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER 711 Luxury Sheer Stretch (REGULARLY $1.35) C 3 Pairs for 2.90 1.50- S 1.65 Kayser Nylons Now KAYSER 530 Fit-All-Top Nylons (REGULARLY $1,50) KAYSER K20 Seamless Stretch (REGULARLY $1.65) KAYSER K4 Seamless Demi-Toe (REGULARLY $1.50) 3 Pairs for.'3.50' COME NOW! SELECT YOUR COMPLETE KAYSER WARDROBE

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