Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 12, 1966
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«h NDAY, SlPf, '12, 1946 Big salmon is by Bode man in Pacific Bode — The Basil Brocks, Steve,'Randy and James, returned recently from three weeks camoing which covered about 5.000 miles, their,firEt- stop was at Svere giol>hsim ! s, .Danube,* Minn. Mr. Solheim is a former /Twin Rivers band director. The 'Brocks campsd in the Badlands, northern Montana, Glacier National .Park, They spent several ,days with the David Dueys on' 'Puget SoUnd.' 4 Mr.'Duey,was'form- ,er principal of Twin Rivers high ^school. One high-light ptthe trip, ;for Mr. Brock, Steve>and RandyJ was salmon fishing off the ;Sbat,nd,'» where they 'each: caugM iheir limit, one salmon .weighing over 25 Ibs. They .also enjoyed digging for clams, and baachr -coming. ,The ; Brocks visited Crater iLake, Oregon, iLake Tahoe, Virginia City, and the salt fflaits cat .Salt ;LakehCity. /They •spent several days in Reno ^visiting Mr. Brookes aunt' .'and pinole.;' -,•;. •,:-.;. :•...--.. . •';.' ••.. • ( - , . Democrats greet Hughes Schedule for TB skin tests is The annual ftbntou* skin task ing program will be held in all bublic and parochial schools in Kossuth t'ounty from Sept. 6 through ,,28. This program is sponsored by the Ko;suth Tuberculosis and Heailth Assn. with the approval of the Kossuth Medical Society. All ^students in the 1st, 5th, 9th, and 12th .grades and all school peroonhel, including'.-.tea-' ohers, cooks, ,bus driversi' and maintenenca workers will. ha. given the test if they desire. All •jtudemts i must have a : 'parental ticpserit slip s>igned before they will be tested. ..Last year well over 2,000 skin tests were .ad- minis-tared", arid among these toils only, eight persons were found ;.to have "a positive reac- JRETURN FROM TRIP !<• The Leroy -Engers, Joan -Janet and Jeffrey, returned re- Jcenitly from a 5,000 mile trip in fsouthern; and.western .states. ;ln |E1 Paso, Texas, they visited 'army friends and accompanied (them to Mexico. In San; 4 Dlegd •they spent -several days -visiting ;George Mitzven and other rela- •jives and friends. ,THree diys jWere spent in the Los Angeles ;area where they visited Disney-, jland, Knotts Berry Farm, Hollywood, .the L. A. Airport and Beverly Hills. Enrpute:home the iEngers visited i Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, Painted Desert and 'Monument 'Valley in Utah! 'In .Colorado Springs they were guests at the Memt Neals and rVisited.the Air Force Academy. ;Will Rogers Shrine and Garden ;0f 'the'Gods. ; HAS 85th BIRTHDAY Olaf Olson, one of the oldest residents in Bode, had his ,85th .birthday .September 6. Sunday guests' were his Alma Underberg, sisters, Mrs. Fort Dodge, 'Mrs. ,Tilia Anderson,' Duncombe, |ind.jbrother Oscar Olson, Duri- combe,J;he Bill Chapmans r Eagle prove, and, Melvin Olsons and ^ HAND TO greet Governor Harold Hughes as he stepped, off his < plane atithe.Algona .airport'Wednesday August 31 were KossUth County central Democratic .committee chairman^ 'Joe'StraUb (shaking hands withi the Governor), Algona "Mayor Bill Finn (between iStraub and ;Hu-^ ghes), and.Algonan Casey Loss, a member of the State Board of;Regents (behand.Straub). The ' f f-1 f\\ tA**M f\*». ' *•!•«« I SM AAIBIM .£«.*. 1_1 .a !__.!»• f ft t , * . • . _ J" ..« . '_._'•. 'Governor was'in town for his campaign school gym. , Andy Olson, Bode. Monday evening -the Gordon Olsons and Brian, Jefferson, stopped. .The Olsons were returning form Eati .Cfeire, Wis., where they had 'visited at Dr. Martins, former Bode physician. NEW CHURCH HOURS Beginning September 4 at St. Olaf Lutheran '.church the Sunday school classes will be at 9:30 a.m. Worship service will start at 10:35. The Cherub choir and Junior choir practices at 7:15 p.m. and the Senior,choir at 8-p.m. The Bazaar this year is scheduled for October 20 at 3 ;p.rn. :This will be a booth bazaar rather than an auction bazaar. There will be afternoon coffee and an evening cafeteria supper plus v a program. Mrs. Isabelle Hegg and John, Decorah, were guests Sunday of the;Olaf Olsohs, Mrs. Hegg is Mrs.'Olson's sister-in-law. Leslie and Minnie Hanson visited last,week with Mrs. Lorna Hanson and the Robert Berg- lunds in Mason City. ..The Guy Lansings and Walton Falbs, West Bend, spent last Saturday at Spirit Lake. Guests of the Lansings Friday were the Bernard Fogartys, Spokane, kickoff banquet which was held at the Garrigan high ^ Exclusive AdvancevPhoto by JWike; Stillman. Wash. Thie Art Hansons spent, several days last week with Mrs. Hanson's niece, the iPaul Mel- :d,a:hls, i Preston, Minn, Gloria •Hanson, Minneapolis, joined her parents at Preston and returned to.Bode with them for the weekend; • • '. •The Torger Johnsons spent last Thursday might with their son, the Edward Johnsons in Sioux'City. They left for Ponoa City, Okla., to visit their son, the Fred Johnsons. Fred is an engineer for Continental. Oil Go. in Ponca City. - The Johnsons returned to Bode last Monday. The annual Lutefiske supper is being planned by the ALCW for November 17. The Merle Opheims, Iowa City, spent the Labor Day weekend at the parental Floyd Palmers. The Harold Roods, Humeston, visited in Bode last week. ' The Delmar Kinseths have moved to Bode from. Titonka. They recently purchjased the Lyle Siefkin home. The Lyle Siefklns moved to Clarion. The Herb Raneys have moved to .Bode frdra Liyermor;eva,.Xhey l recently purchased the Mollie Berge home. Mr. Raney teaches in the Ottosen school. The Bill Mayhews and Cindy," Rochester, Minn., were Labor Day weekend visitors t at Vernort .Tompkins. Sunday, guests also; were Mrs. Gary Kraft, Mark, and Teri and Mrs. Sophie Engstrom The Burton Roods spent the Labor Day weekend at Ben Biarhes', Lamoril ': Bert Gardner, Cowrie, is visiting his daughter, the Ronald Olsons. Karmin and Kristin; Wi: gans, .Hardy, spent Friday and Saturday at .their grandparents while theu- parents, the Arnie Wigans were in Iowa i City. The Vernon Tompkins, Ginny and Marlyce, went to Newton Saturday to see their.new.grand- son and nephew, Danny Dunlavy, son of the Larry.Dunlavys. The Ed.Penticos have moved to Bode into the Rudy Olson home. Mr. Pentico is working for the Unthum Trucking Co., Eagle Grove. Mr. PenticoJs the son of the IRay Penticos, Ottosen. I RECORD — 17-year old Terry Nicoscn of Rock Rapids was; the last of four billiard players to hang up his cue Aug. 17th; aft continuously playing a 'bMs marathon for 62 hours arid 45 minutes. This may well be it National Billiard record. -'iJ MR. FARMER-READ THESE FACTS ABOUT FALL FERTILIZER • I I • What Are the Advantages of Fall Fertilization? wh« V °V« m ° n tjn ?« "«» «P r| n9.»o 9«» Your crop planted early. Each day's delay in planting corn when toil conditions are right can cut yields by one or two bushels per acre. ™ i°-' e .u mP « ae i!'°ri: r itld§ • re . 11u « lual| y drier and firmer in the fall than in the spring. If the soil is compacted mtht fall, the damage will be corrected by freezing, thawing, wetting, and drying during the winter. Compaction occurring in the spring may remain through the growing season. lal ''- * nd your C * r9i " fertlllxer '»»»ppli«r has more time to provide the good up the decomposition of crop \residues, \The' stalks, Vobtst and stubplt are turned into rich humus more rapidly. . •*' ' How about loss of Nitrients? ^iw oBi V «c f i* n ,?**°»* *****«' Fa " •PP |i ««» jon « of phosphorous and potassium are acceptable on UN- rfSt F ? LD$ .i. 0f * ' '?" »VPW." How«v«r, they caution against fertilizing STEEPLY SLOPING, FROZEN GROUND where there is danger of the fertilizer being washed off by heavy rains or rapidly melting snow Plow-Down vs. Disk-In Plowing down fertiliier is more effective than disking it into plowed ground. With plow down, the nutrients are in moist soil where they are available to the growing plant during periods when the top toil it too dry to supply nutrients, * y What aboil Ammonium nitrogen «ppli«d in the fell is held by the soil cUy particles and organic matter and cannot move very far Mntil it is nitrified by soil baet.ri.. How soon nitrification occurs depend, mainly upon peratur. after .ppljcation. #f Most •gronomists agree that fall applications of nitrogen should * •* pih ^ F =°r, lw> ^"^ f-rmer « ipp ^ h « if ° f delayed * Make arrangements now for all your fertilizer needs -- using CARGILL Fertilizer! CARGILL, ING. PHILLIP? STRUT ALQQNA tion. ' ''' . ' • ' The tubeTttiiifi test is r plication of a tiny amount of gerhvfree'liquid under the tey* ,ers df^skin 6fl>t)he'fdreHilti, fttl- i lowed, by an interpretive reading in two to four days. The test will show whether or not ; tuberculosis germs have ever 'been-in the person tested. When ho germs are present, the .test is termed negative. The term negative may be used even though there is a slight swelling or redness. If a positive reaction 'occurs, it hieans'that tuberculosis germs ' have been present at some time, lit doas not maan that active tu' berculosis is present. Positive re- aCtbrs are referred to Joyce Hayden, county health nurse, who does' a; follow-up study, r Mrs. Jsabal 'Kuncle; Algona, will ba doing' the skin testing, assisted by volunteers in eiach school; ' These skin, tests are i free. The orogram is provided .by funds from the annual Kossuth Christmas Seal; campaign. • ;• 1'his year's tasting schedule is: ,:MofldAy« .. p.m. St. .Tuesday, "Sept. .13 ^ -Test, 8:30-.«.m. St. ^CeceUa^s, Algofta; 110:30 a.m. St. Michael's, WHitte- more; l.p.m. St. Caul's Whittemore,- Wednesday, Sept. 14 — Mter- pret, 8:30 a.m. Burt; 9:45 a.m. Bancroft public; >10;30 a.m. St. 'John's, Bancroft; 1 p.m. St. Joseph's, Wesley; Thursday, Sept. 15 — Interpret, 8:30 a.m; St. Cecelia's, Al- gotta; 10:30 a.m. St. Michael's, Whittemore; 1 p.m> St. Paul's, Whittemore, Monday, Sept. 19 — Test, 8:30 a.m. LU Verne;. 10:30 a.m. St. Benedict; 12:30. p.m. St. Joe's.- Tuesday, Sept. 20 — Test, 9 a.m., Garrigan. Wednesday, Sept. 21 — Interpret, 8:30 /a.m. LuVerne; 10:30 a.m. St. 'Benedict; 12:30 f p.m. St. Joe's. • , ' . . Thursday, Sspt. 22 — Interpret. 9 a.m.. Garrigan. Monday, Sept. 28 — Test 8:30 a.m. Algona public; d.ni. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FCNTON Experienced Embalmcrs and Funeral Directors —*_ RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE •' — •— v - ', Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 386'1006 — 886-1001 — 88o-1970 rlaving decided to quit forming, I will hold a public auction on farm located 2 miles west, ! /2 mile south of Burt, Iowa; 3 miles east, 1V2 miles south of Lone Rock, Iowa; 8 miles north, 11/2 miles west and !/2 mile north from Algona, Iowa junction 169 and 18, on 9:30 A.M. I SEPT. 17 Lunch Stand - Shirley Circle of Burt Methodist Church • . ' ' . ' . .- . ' -'•-- t •' ; .• 1962 460 IHC tractor, fast hitch, updated in 1965, rear, wheel Weights for 460. 461 IHC cultivator, A-l. 1951 Super C IHC tractor, wide front, 11 x36 rear tires, 2 row cultivator for Super'C. IHC running gear with wood flare box and 5 ton hoist. New Idea running gear and wood ftare box 11x38 tractor chains. Oliver 13 ft. 6 in. tandem disc, A-l condi- , tion with greascless bearings. 1964 IHC No. 102 manure spreader, like "' " " " .' ... .. .. - - IHC 444 planter, fertilizer attachments, and disc openers. New Idea 6A corn picker, rear elevator. 3 ft. Windpower windrower, good. : IHC model 60 3-16 in. plow, like new. IHC 4-row rotary hoe. Allis-Chalmers No. 60 combine. Stan Hoist loader with manure and snow buckets, mounts 460 or M, Stan Hoist drive on wagon hoist. Case 15 ft. disc. 7 ft. IHC power mower, 3|bor John Deere side delivery. 4 section spring tooth. 22 ft. 4 section Kewonee harrow, steel even- : «r» .'• . •- ' PTO sprayer Charlyn hydraulic cylinder IHC endgate seeder Good 12x16 ft. double walled brooder house. 300 gal. gas .barrel and steel stand; 100 gal. gas barrel and stand. 2 - Pride of 'Farm hog waterers. 2 - 75 bu. Cap round metal hog feeders. Metal utility hog waterer. Hudson tank heater. 16ft. V type hog bunk. 12-10 hole .metal chicken nests. 6 Case Chill-Air electric egg cooler, real goad. Electric egg washer. 10 -8 ft. metal chicken feeders. 6 -6x8 ft. range roosts Smaller chicken feeder and waterers. Tox-O-Wick cattle oiler and stand. 6 round cement hog troughs. 2 wooden hog troughs. MISCELLANillS Model 140?.Champ portable heater. Surge 15 gal. electric water heater. IHC cream separator. International electric fencer. Battery charger. ; Pale fork; ^ Hag ringing chpte. Pfg lamp reflectors Assortment of ropes Some shop tools. and Dullevs Urrkt fopi, Woven -- P • Pyi * HOUSfHOtD Davenport, -linoleum rugs. Other articles too numerous to mention. Auctioneers Note; There wilfnot be very many imall item* on this sale, so be at 9:30 sharp, This equipment is sharp and in the bctt of condition. TERMS: Cash, or make orrangementt with clerk before sole. No property to be removali«^T til settled for. Not responsible f«r Occidents should any occur. y removed yn, AUCTIONEERS; Clark mini Qyinn CLERK; iowo State It^

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