The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1955
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JULY 14,1955 &lgona JULY 14,1955 Four Crashes; $2,025 Damage, Three Hurt Anhydrous Ammonia Field Day Scheduled July 21 Plans are being completed for the annual state anhydrous ammonia demonstration and field day program to be held July 21. at the Great Plains Agricultural Ammonia Association's test plot located seven miles south of Ames on U. S. Highway 69. In making the announcement. B. A. Frank!, of Algona. president of the association, emphasix- ed that the field day activities are open to the public. "And the test plot will be marked." he said, "so that farmers may inspect it before or aft-r the field day if they happen to be in that area." cooperation of Iowa State College. It is expected that the test will show the effectiveness of varying amounts of the water- free nitrogen fertilizer on corn grown on soil that has a good balance of potash, phosphorous and other elements. The 2-arre test plot will show a comparison in corn that has been fertilized with 30. 60. 80, 100, 120 and ISO pounds of nitrogen. The corn was planted May 12 and fertilized with anhydrous ammonia May 13. Rows of non- fertili/.ed corn will serve as a The anhydrous ammonia dem- ! check. No special cultivation or nnstralion is being conducted by ! (arming methods are being used, the Great Plains group with the "The field ciav activities, to be held in conjunction with the Great Plains Midwest Trade Show, wiH give farmers the opportunity to learn more about this fertilizer that is becoming so popular in the Midwest," Frankl said. Displays by anhydrous ammonia equipment manufacturers and producers are planned and a slate of speakers prominent in the fertilizer field is being arranged. Portland Club's Annual Picnic Held On July 5 Portland — The Four Corner Social Club of Portland, held its annual picnic Tuesday evening, July 5. at the Portland Community hall. Nearly all the members and their families were pre- sent, to enjoy a pot luck supper. There wiU be no August meeting, the next meeting will be Sept. 6 in the home of Mr9 Jim Steven with Mrs Bernard Phelps, assistant hostess. Mr and Mrs neinert Nelson and family were guests at a picnic Sunday at the Art Randall's of Thompson, in honor of relatives, who are visiting here, Mr and Mrs Gene Benolken, Connie Sue and John of Pacoima, Calif.: Bert Amelsberg and son of Long Beach, Calif.: and Mr and Mrs Harry Powers of Charles City. Other guests of the afternoon were Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen and 'family anti Miss Marsha Cowen of.Algona. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family. Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Elden Marlow. Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and Mrs Lem Marlow went to Spirit Lake Sunday to picnic and fish. A large group of neighbors and friends from Portland attended the beautiful candlelight wedding Sunday evening, of Miss Ruth Phelps and Paul Krominga, at the Methodist Church in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson aie driving a pretty, new two- tone Oldsomobile, purchased last week at Algona. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young and Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames enjoyed an afternoon of swimming and fishing at the new park east of Bancroft, Sunday. Dr. Meyer Gives Speech In L. A. LOS ANGELES (Special)—Dr. Harold D. Meyer, Algona, will be one of the featured speakers during the 59th annual convention of the American Osteopathic Association, which will be held in Weekend Crashes Keep Sheriff's Office Hopping Four nc( idcnls were investigated by Sheriff Ralph I.inclhi.rst the BillmoiX' tmri SUitk'i Holds here July 5 through 2-). The title rif his lecture 1 is "Ger- iutiric Problems. " He will serve as moderator. The 20-chiy convention, consist- in" of the Instruction Courses July 5 !!;n>u<fh 17 ;ind t!ie Teaching Se.~-ions July Hi through 24. is expected to attuict more than 3.000 osteopulhic physicians NOTARIAL SEAL When workmen tore down an old : '•.-idence. on the former site of the town of Ashton, north of Onawa. they found tin old notar- ial -eal. It was used by the county clerk \V. J. Mauszhlin. a notary public, back in during the weekend, with injuries to three persons reported. Injured were: Ubbe Berg, 57, and his wife, Jennie, 54, of Blue Earih, and Esther Mae Lems, 23, Ft. Alkinson, Wis. The Bergs were injured wlvTi then car. driven by Mr Bern, and one driven by Carroll R. San- durn, Rake, collided a mile south land 5' 4 miles east of Elmore, Saturday at 7 p.m. Mr Her;; suffered a fractured le« and \v;>s taken to an Albert Lea Hospital, while his wife received an injured lejj. She was taken to a hospital in Bine Earth. Total damage to the vehicles amounted to StiOO, according to an estimate. Richard J. Dornbier, If!. Al- ;;ona. crashed in his nuto about five miles north of Algona on highway Hi!) at 1:1)0 am. Siui- 'lay. He was not in.iuied. but to the vehicle was estimated ;it S250. F.rnest M. Gales, 21). and Walter R FrHm^er. 3:i. l,o!h of Kivermore. collided !l mile:, south and a mile- ea~t of Algona Sunday mornm<; al 111.:!') a m. Total damage to (tie ailtos was. estimated at Si 75. lluuh Col'.vell. fifi. A'nona. and Henry L'-nis. 27. Ft. Atkinson, Wis.. collided at 2:-)."i p.m. Sunda v on luiVnwav Hi at. the driv- way .if 'the ' Hillcrest Tiaii"i' Camp on the north ed»e of Al- t;ona. C'llweji v/as travelm;; \ves',. be^innm^ to turn south when Ins auto collider) with the Lem's car which uoiny east. Damage to the Colwell car wn.-> estimated at S-100. while tne LCMIS tnarhme's damaui/s am»un'ed to SfiOO. 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