November 9, 1961 per Be£ Jttotnesi November 9, 1961 R1AD THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS have so inany of my ii switched to* Hy-Line Layers,?' 9 Geo. Johnsons, Seneca, Buy Ringsted Home Seneca — Mr. arid Mrs. George Johnson will retire from farming this year and will move to Ringsted where they have purchased the' Mrs. Theodore Cnristensei? home , located in the northwest part of Ringsted. They plan to hold a closing out farm sale before the first of the year. . At C&riieii Dinner ' Residents from this 1 ^ area at- nell College. tending the Cornell 'College alumni dinner Thursday evening at .the Van's Cafe, Algona,'-, 'included Mr. and Mrs. - Ortmeyer Armstrong, Mr; and Mrs< 'Bjitt man Thompson, and MfA'and Mrs. Gifford Smith, Sw&a City and Mrs, ftenry Looft, Seneca. The group was privileged, to meet Mr. Arland F. Christ-Jatier, newly, elected president of Cor- Answer*; Because so many pouffryflieri have (decided ihatlrt limes of bad, they can't afford any other brandl They've' analyzed results of official Random Sample Tests; They' .have talked with other poultrymen. They havelrled Hy- Llrie layers In their own laying houses. They have seen firsthand that trim, thrifty/ high-producing Hy-Llne birds are today's most profitable layers. That is why Hy-Llne birds are the world's most popular layers ... by far. ORDER T/lf-£Ut^ CHICKS • . g ^^^^^ Kleins Farm Supply, Algoha Walter Vaudt, WhiHemore Robinson Produce, Wesley Arend Swalve, Buffalo Center ,Burt Produce, Burt James Mayne, Ledyard Calvin Vaudt, Fenton Senius Isebrand, Titonka Glenn Opheim, Cylinder LeRoy Schiltz, Bancroft / Alfred Hurlburt, Elmore George Eden, Swea City Aaron Steussy, Algona Howard Wohlers, Algona OR WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - WHITTEMORE, IOWA ^ \ /_ SXVVE $3 per 1OQ pullets.^ ^^^ "*y'TT,%y ordering"'Hy-LiHe chicks now, for either winter or spring delivery. WWVWVWWWWYVW INSURANCE INCIDENTS "Don't worry, Mabel, . at least we're insured." •That little unavoidable mishap today ma/ remit tn a coitly lawiult tomorrow. Did you know you are personally 'responsible..'for damage* , resulting .• from mUhapi In and around your home7 So why take, chantei? Insure and be jure. Call vi'lor complete details; '' Exhibits at Hobby Show Mrs. Everett Witham exhibited wool yarn puppies and foam rub ber pot-holders at the Hobby Show held at the Algona Hotel Friday afternoon. Other exhibitors from this area Were Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. Johr Johannesen who exhibited flower containers. Mrs. Witham was accompanied to Algona by her house guest, Mrs. Roy Witham of Clear Lake. Released From Hospital Jerry Wilberg who had been a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville following injuries received in an automobile accident a week ago returned home Saturday. His brother, Marvin, of Estherville spent several days last week helping with the, corn husking at the Wilberg home. Bertha Olsen and Diana Salisbury attended a birthday party at Armstrong last Sunday afternoon honoring Becky Hoein, daughter of the Dennis Hoelns. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Taylor and daughter, Susan, of Des Moines, spent Saturday and Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Nina Kracht. Officers and' sponsors of the Blakjer Luther League attended a : workshop at" the Esthervillc.'! Lutheran church last Sunday Senecans in attendance included Roger Cherland, Judy Cherland James Bergum, Vernon Wilberg and Sharon Krause. Mr. and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mr. and Mrs Gaylord Olsen attended as spon sors. Mrs. Alfred Peterson, rctirinp leader of the Seneca Stars 4-H club, Mrs. Robert Fortney. new leader, and Mrs. Henry Looft committee member met at the home of Mrs. Art Bergum, where the group judged record books. Lois Wilberg, student at St Olaf College, Northfield, spent the weekend with her parents the Martin Wilbergs. The , Seneca Thursday club meeting has been postponed until Thursday, Nov. 2. Mrs. Ban Preston will be the hostess and Mrs. Edith Cage will have charge of the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Witham 01 lear Lake, spent Friday and Saturday with the Everett Withams. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft attended the Emmetsburg Conference Convention of the Ameri can Lutheran Church held Sun day afternoon at Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thiel of Jefferson, S., D., visited from Fri- Award Nights Scheduled day noon With her Withams. Kathryn until Sunday noon parents, the Everett Johannesen, who teaches in St. Paul, , spent the ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY , JIM KOLP INSURE AND BE SURE 'S THE BUY OF THE WEEK! 1 PAINT ROLLER SET 66' REG. $1.44 SAVE 7B< 6*t ready for thai Fall paTnf-up job. Set consists of • deep w*H tray M'/V'rtyV't roller with end cap construction and •aiy-to-usa wing nut; roller! cover k of heavy pile Janel HARDWARE weekend with her parents and attended the wedding of a former schoolmate, Judy Christensen of Ringsted, and Dean Gelhaus of. Ledyard at Rlngslcd Saturday evening. Kathryn helped with the opening and displaying of the wedding gifts. , Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wit- hom attended a birthday surprise party honoring the Henry Schul- tzs of Whittemore Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz have birthdays within a few days of each other. Laurence Johannesen who has spent the past two weeks at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge returned home Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson lewlyweds, moved into the Ear! Drouch home early this week Joe Culbertson, son of the Joe Culbertsons, Lone Rock anc Judy Voight, daughter of the Paul Voights, Fenton, were mnr- ried Sunday at a late afternoon ivedding at the Fairville Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen attended the wedding of the!) grand-niece, Judy Christensen ol Ringsted and Dean Gelhaus of Ledyard. Mrs. Pedersen also attended a bridal shower honoring Miss Christensen Thursday evening. •BURT By Mrs AI Hinekley Jay Hoppus, Norman Carlson; and David Rasmussen, students at the State University of I6wa spent the weekend with their parents. , Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Devine and family, LuVerne, visited her mother, Mrs. Kate Groen, Sunday. '• Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Gallop and three children, Twin Falls. Idaho, visited several days this past we,ek at the Dean Andrews home. Mr. and Mrs. William Otto. Fort Dodge, spent Thursday wltli their daughter and family, the Roland Lavrenzs. Virginnia Bohi apd Marilyn Hinekley, Morningside College of Sioux City spent'the weekend with their parents. : Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Earth and. son, Hayelock, spent Sunday at the J.L. Miller home. Mr., and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer The 4-H boys' and girls' clubs of Kossuth County will hold their annual 4-H award nights in November. The awards wfll be presented in connection with the twelve annual township extension council elections. All 4-H club families and adults interested in the extension program are invited to attend. Meetings are scheduled for 8:00 p.m. at the following places —" Eagle, Grant, Swea, Harrison— Nov. 14, High^School, Swea Cit; Ledyard, Lincoln — Nov. City Hall, Lakota. Greenwood, Ramsey — Nov. 10, Public 'School, Bancroft. Lotts Creek, Whittemore •— Nov. 15, Public School, Whittemore. Wesley, Prairie — Nov. Odd Fellows Hall, Wesley. 18, were hosts Sunday evening in honor of their son Terry's 3rd birthday. Present were Terry*s grandparents, Mrs. Ella Meyer,' and Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer, also Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mey- .er and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Duane; Dittmer and Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and family of Mar-! cus. Terry was honored at «r birthday dinner at the home of his grandparents, the Arie DUE-" mers at noon Sunday, guests being his parents and aunt and uncle, the Duane Dittmers. The Friendly Birthday Club" met at the home of Helen Wieske Tuesday to observe the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Wieske and Ann Riemers;' Sunday dinner guests at the Flossie Leason home were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross and Duane, Bob Leason, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Algona, Roberta Kraft and Lura Sewick, Forest City.- Afternoon callers were' Mrs; Glenn Grouse and daughters and Mrs. Billy Gifford and children, Lone Rock. Alyina Hasse enjoyed a week's vacation from her duties in thr> local post office. Substitute clerk was Shirley Lovstad. Members of the Burt Boy Scout troop and their leaders, Cliff Abbas and Dick St. John, were hosts at a Halloween party at the. Scout hall Monday night. Guests were the parents. Games were played and refreshments served, The Burt Lions Club is sponsoring a new birthday and scheduled events calendar ' for 1962, Besides the regular.nirthdays, the new calendar will list activities throughout the year that pertain to local organizations in churches, school and service organizations. Sometime during the next week' Lions will call on all homes For the past five years, Alvin Klein, who farms and feeds cattle on his place three miles south of Irvinglon, has been using MOREA LIQUID FEED to produce fine, mar- bleised beef animals for market. In the above picture, Mr. Klein (right) is showing Jim Schneider, head of the meat department at Hood's Super Valu in Algona, his feed lot where MOREA free choice supplement is a major factor .in producing beef with less fat and waste. Cattle in the background are 17 months old, and since the picture was taken have gone to market and are available this week at Hood's meat department. Mr. Klein's cattle are all home raised} and are fed MOREA from the time they are weaned, along with a good supply of Iowa's golden corn and, proper roughage. Mr. Schneider is looking over some of the corn which is being ussd in the feeding process. Mr. Klein says he feeds for quality and cheaper gain — not for fast gain. However his cattle average a little over 50 Ibs. a month gain from birth on. He generally is feeding about 50 cattle of varying ages with 15 to 20 being marketed at a time. He has been farming for 30 years in the Irvington area, and at present farms a half section. And he knows what MOREA liquifeed can do. Iowa beef — home grown and fed with good Iowa corn AND MOREA — reaches the meat coolers at Hood's Super Valu. Here is where the final test begins, where waste fat or lack of marbleizing to insure tenderness shows up. Jim Schneider knows that the quarters he is inspecting will meet the final test — on the customer's table. More and more cattle feeders are finding out why MOREA liquifeed is a factor in producing better beef without added cost, MOREA fed free choice along with corn, hay or other roughage enables the cattle raiser to produce a better finish. MOREA-Fed beef, pictured here, ready for the discerning housewife, is in the open, refrigerated meat counter above at Hood's Super Valu. At the left. Bob Kinseth, along with Jim Schneider, give the selection a final once- over before the ctart of thp day's business. Cattle raisers are finding that when their beef has more meat — and less waste fat — their product receives greater acceptance at the point of sale. Meat tenderness tests also have proved thai MOREA-fed beef is consistently more tender, as well as more economical in the long run due to less waste fat. -' ,< .*>• MANUFACTURED LOCALLY, FED LOCALLY, WITH LOCAL CORN MOREA LIQUIFEED HAS PROVED ITS VALUE WITH LOCAL CATTLE OVER A PERIOD OF 5 YEARS WITH MANY GOOD CATTLE FEEDERS. IF YOU ARE FEEDING CATTLE,,IT WILL PAY YOU TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MODERN MOREA FEEDING ADVANTAGES. feeders wU! fcostantty recognize the above pic- tank which in this instance jo bj is one corner o| a fiek} in which cattle are after com plckjng, Ther* » an e«se o| handling in i simpJfciiY jn, feftding. q»ttl» have freo.choice p| MQHJKA- which is the only] sup- guarai to c^ajato.ethaj^ It also contains njiffllls. and motes- We Invite Your Inspection Of Our Irvington Plant — Or Write For Information —* No Obligation. MOR-GRO, INC Uqui4 fwd to you PIANT AT IRVINQTQN, IOWA PHONE ALGONA CY, 44026 The MOREA plant for this area of Iowa is located at Irvington, Iowa, where Al Smith and Elmer Stebritz are pictured in front of company trucks. Hero the molasses is added to the rest of the MOREA liquifeed which is then ready for delivery to your farm. Fed free choice, MOREA speeds up rumen fermentation and aids breakdown of cellulose and other liber in the stomach. Not only do beef cattle do well on MOREA but dairy cattle and sheep also "take to it," and produce more high quality meal and milk on maximum roughage and minimum grain. Feed costs ace kept tow, yet 99% |* consistent with more meat, less fat It will pay any cattle rai»%r iQ know more aboul MOREA.
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