The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1966 · Page 23
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Soybean 7esf Plot Ready Algona, (la.) Upper DM Main** Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1966 The soybean variety test plot sponsored by the Kossuth county Extension service, is now ready for visitors reports Galen DeValois, on the right, Extension director. The plot is located 1 3/4 miles south of Seneca. The plot includes the new Am soy soybean and nine other varieties. Interesting features now include an early soybean, Traverse, which has lost its leaves and is about ready to combine while Wayne, a new southern soybean, is very green. A twilight meeting will be held at the plot, Sept. 12 at 7 p. m. The plot is in cooperation with Wayne Lynch, of Fenton. It is located 1 mile west of his home place. Wayne is chairman of the Kossuth county Extension council-. Top DHIA Herd Is Owned By Rodman Man Mrs. Paul Hum, supervisor for the Dairy Herd Improvement Association in south Kossuth county, announces that the Kossuth DHIA Unit No. 1 has completed another year. Of 15 members on standard DHIA, 13 have been on test for the entire year. Also, 10 mem- bers have been using the owner sample method of testing. All herds are being handled by central processing. Size of the herds ranged from 12 cows to 50, with an average of 24. Eight herds topped an average of over 400 pounds of butterfat for the year. Top producing herd is that of Ronald Meyer of near Rodman, with an average of 13,714 pounds of milk and 503 pounds of butterfat per cow for the year. Other high herds include Gary Banwart, 12,755 pounds of milk and 490 pounds of butterfat; W. H. Bosworth, 9,657 pounds of milk and 478 pounds of butter- 1 BEER—A big boost to the economy! The brewing industry each year contributes over 1.4 billion dollars in federal, state and local excise taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry account for almost 500 million dollars, and the purchase of packaging materials from other industries runs over 550 million. So next time you enjoy a eool, refreshing brew after hard work or play, remember—BEER is good in more ways than one! UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 159. OSCEOLA. IOWA Those who know Know ; MINNEAPOLIS MOTOR HOTEL > For Convenience... For Luxury Accommodations... For Friendliness... For Budget Rates... For Resort[like Atmosphere... Easily Accessible to All Highways] * 105 Ifelightful Air- Conditiohed Rooms "J. and Suites 'c * National Gold Medal Award heated .King-Size Swimming Pool * Complete Hotel Services * 24-HourSwitchboard * Free TV * Play Area For Children Baby Sitter Service EXCELLENT FOOD — Redwood Dining Room (eitudng Htirth Chircoil Broiled Sinks — Coffee Shop open from 6&0 a.m. 'till Midnight — Cocktill Lounge. Ample Frw rtrking in Front Of Your R«wn. SINGLE ROOMS $ 1.50 to $ 9.50 DOUBLE ROOMS |1Z,50 t» $14.00 Children under 12 FREE in s««e room with AdulU. I 0 A T MUIOK HGISl fat; Marvin Leigh, 11,348 pounds of milk and 457 pounds of butterfat; James Schmidt, 12,325 pounds of milk and 447 pounds of butterfat; Waechter Bros., 11,652 pounds of milk and 418 pounds of butterfat; Alfred Meyer, 11,883 pounds of milk and 410 pounds of butterfat; and Stanley Opheim, 11,574 pounds of milk and 408 pounds ~of butterfat. Waechter Bros, had the highest-producing cow, Bridget, which produced in 305 days 18,530 pounds of milk and 747 pounds of butterfat. Eight cows in the DHIA group produced over 600 pounds of butterfat. Swea Club To Elect Officers September 27 SWEA - EAGLE - Swea-Harrison Homemakers will meet Sept. 27 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Maynard Jensen. This is 1 week later than the usual meeting date. The Organizational Tea is to be held at Algona Sept. 20, which is the reason for postponement. Mrs. Laurel Peterson, Mrs. Elvin Swanson and Mrs. Roy Valvick will attend the tea from Swea-Harrison Club. Election of officers will be held , so a good attendance is desired. Hostesses will be Mrs. Glenn Clark and Mrs. Jensen. - o- Saturday evening supper guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fleir and children and Kay Martin, all of Minneapolis. They were also overnight guests at the Hurlburt home. Mr. and Mrs. William Gerds of Davenport, were-Tuesday to Friday guests last week at the home of cousins, the Chris Fed- dersens. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Feddersen and Cathy attended the wedding of Miss Renee Steiss and Roger Neiman at Forest City. They were accompanied by Mrs. A. J. Kramer- smeier. Labor Day picnic guests at the Wallace Dawson home were the Jack Reeces, Laverne Larsens, Everett Thorsens, Wendell Dits- worths, Ormal Guinns, Johnie Tobias, Jack Smiths. They played cards for a social evening. Rochelle Dawson entertained three little friends for her 6th birthday. Guests were Claudia Reece, Cheri Larson and Kim Distworth who gathered at the horn of Wallace Dawsons after school last Wednesday evening. The Maynard Hurlburts attended a gathering for the birthdays of her parents, the Joe Fleirs at Armstrong, Sunday. Mr. Fleir was 82 years of age. "Others were the Orville Fleirs, Mr> and Mrs. Art Anderson and Kay Martin, all of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Oral Headwick and Gerald, Curlew. Sunday supper guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home were Art Andersons, who were also overnight guests; other guests later in the evening were Mrs. Alfred Hurlburt and Kathy, Elmore, Minn, and Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buhman, Mankato, were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Andrew Brones home to see them and Jay Brones. The elder Mr. Brones is the grandfather of Mr. Buhmann. The Buhmans visited other relatives in the afternoon, including the Warren Brones and Kenneth Brones. Ronnie recently completed four years of college at Mankato and left this week for Air Force training. Marjorie Lee Tobin left Monday for Morningside College at Sioux City to begin her sophomore year. Danny Andersen left Tuesday morning for Wartburg College at Waverly to begin his sophomore year. Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Anderson home for the birthday of Mrs. William L. Tobin, were Mrs. Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones, and Marcia Tobin. Joining them for coffee were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen, Algona. > n^' ., V '. ' Connie's Column Vs? & b * Nab Suspect In Theft At Buffalo Center A lone burglar who allegedly robbed Marv's TV and Appliance Store in Buffalo Center about three weeks ago is In custody. He was apprehended early Wednesday as he allegedly attempted to rob a store in Le- Center, Minn., according to Marvin Heyes, owner of the Buffalo Center store. Authorities who took the unidentified man Into custody said he admitted the Buffalo Center robbery but he was not involved in a similar break-in at a Corwith establishment. He told officials he sold the merchandise taken at Buffalo Center for $500 in Kansas City, Mo. He reportedly had two transistors taken from the store in his possession. "Koflinth Coaty's Fawite Newspaper" BURGERS SUPERB Fellow down the street combines lean ground beef with chopped scallions, minced garlic, mustard, Worcestershire sauce and a generous helping of coarse-grated cheddar cheese. While burgers broil under the gas flame, they absorb the cheese for a great new flavor. All the other men feign jealousy — as they reach for another and another. SHADOWED SEA SHELLS Don't just keep dusting the shells that came back from the shore this summer. Shadow-box them, and let young collectors help! Cover shoe boxes inside and out with adhesive-back paper; glue braid along outside edge. Tack to the wall by the two upper inside corners. Glue tiny shells on the back, and set larger ones artfully along the bottom. Isn't that attractive? GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY W&. FABULOUS FINDINGS If somebody's dismantling an old building near you . : . go •find yourself a conversation piece for your wall! Refinish an old section of in- t r i c a t e • I y - c a r y e d m o u I d i ng. Shine up a piece of iron grillwork. You'll have a where-did-you-find-it kind of treasure! One friend just polished off the swirly side of a desk from an old schoolhouse. The possibilities are endless . . .the exercise for the imagination, exciting! PICK YOUR PLACE When you take away picture hooks to repaper your wall, how can you remember where your pictures were placed? A decorator-minded neighbor showed me: stick a Make tracks for your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. The Great Autumn Sale is on now! Here's your chance to salt away real savings on a gas range, gas dryer or gas water heater. Savings are continuous thereafter, too — because gas appliances cost less to operate, usually last longer and need fewer repairs because they contain fewer moving parts. They're beautiful, too! But don't sit here reading about them. Go look, while the Sale's in progress! toothpick in each hole! As you paper, poke the pick right through. At hang-up time, there are the picks . . . guiding you right back to the perfect spot for each picture. PARTING POINTER When you visit that Great Autumn Sale at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer, you get another plus: pleasant terms on that new gas range, gas dryer or gas water heater! Don't wait another day to start enjoying the extra cleanliness, convenience and economy of modern gas appliances. Your local gas company and its pipeline supplier, Northern Natural Gas Company, bring you the fuel that powers these appliances ... so you can live modern at minimum expense! C © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska

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