Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 31, 1965
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2—ALGONA (law*) ADVANCE M6NDAY, MAY 31, 1965 Julius Cink were hostesses. Waitresses were Vicky Arntlor- for, Doris Taphorn. Janice and Janet Arndorfer. She was graduated from Garrigan in 1964 and is now employed at Bell Telephone. He is a graduate of the Algona high school and is now employed at Universal in Algona. The couple will be at home in the former Perr v P.hi!tlr»j? ho'.is? in Mhis vicinifv' Combined with anhydf6u§, also can be used as a pf^plantcofisufnefS and hag 850 miles of application for »solid-planted! line in Hurnboldt and Kossuth Ellen Siemer, James Gatton, are married Irvington — Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer, LuVerne, and James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gatton, Algona, were married May 22 at 11 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen. Sister Virginia Marie, organist, accompanied Jane Arndorfer, soloist. Vicky Siemer, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor and Nola Gatton was bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Donald Weber as best man, and Gary Green was groomsman. Ushers were Wayne Hanselman and Duane Hanig. A dinner and reception was held at the K.C. hall, Algona, following the ceremony. Helen Weydert .had the guest book. Mrs. Bernard Capesius and Mrs. Helen Hanig poured. Mrs. Harold Weber and Mrs. Ben Arndorfer cut the cake. Mrs. Edward Arend and Mrs. New higii-power fertilization data ex! The use of two extra-potent fertilizers in one operation may rapidly change the outlook for larger cron growers in the Mid- West this corn growing season. A new phosphorus solution called Agri-Phos containing 52% water soluble P205, will be applied to corn along with Anhydrous Ammonia, 82% Nitrogen, the most concentrated form. American Agricultural Chemical Co., manufacturers of the phosphatic solution, say the innovation is excellent for big farming operations. With Agri- Phos Solution, growers can fertilize before planting, or side- dress with equally good results. Corn planting does not have to be delayed for pre-plant application. University of Illinois agronomist, D. L. Mulvaney, finds crop nitrogen and phosphorus needs can be supplied in a once-over rapid operation, using the liquid phosphorus solution and anhydrous ammonia. Other University of Illinois studies show that the injection of b'quid phos- phatic solution and anhydrous ammonia into soil at the same time give outstanding corn in- creases. : ammonia, the phosphatic solu* tion is applied with new, specially designed dual applicators. A larger lank contains ahhydfdUs ammonia, while a smaller one carries the phosphatic solution. Specially designed knives place both fertilizer materials belbw the surface, and both ; liquids cm be metered out precisely. For many years, huge farming operations in the far West- have added phosphatic solutions to their irrigation water. The results have been excellent, and in many cases it was the labor saving properties of the solutions that helped these growers increase the profits of their large operations. A.A.C. and others further developed this idea, so that now the use of phosphatic solutions are practical in the Mid-West. Growers and experiment station people report that results have been more than satisfactory. Some of the benefits listed for the combination of anhydrous ammonia and concentrated Agri-Pnos phosphatic solution follow: ' ; . 1. Phosphatic solution and anhvdrous ammonia are high analysis fertilizers and put ma?c- imum growing power into soil at a minimum of cost. 2. Since both nitrogen and phosphorus go on in one.-fast application, time and labor are saved. • ;; ( •.. -. «•?; 3. Agri-Phos phosphatic solution is completely watef> soluble and its plant food 'is readily available to crops. 4. Agri-Phos solution combined with anhydrous ammonia can be custom applied at low cost. 5. Agri-Phos solution can be used as a side-dressing to helo growers catch upon fertilizing missed because of wet land, labor shortages or other reasons. 6. Phosphatic solution caniiibe used better as a ore-Dlant?or side-dressing application • von corn, cotton, sorghum arid a variety of other row crops.,'? It crops including wheat and oth- jer small grains. Annual counties. This is a very importan^ meeting for members and they afe urged to make a Spedal effort to attend ahd leaffi hi6re about their cooperative. There will be an attendance gift for all. Coffee and donuts will be served following the meeting. to be easy with little wpfk on our partj he pointed to the fact that each has to work for What i receive. Pastor I-larley Kennedy of the Open Bible church gave the commencement invocation and The Humboldt County Rural Electric Cooperative, will hold its 1965 Annual meeting in the new Humboldt high school gym at Humboldt, Tuesday, June 8. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting will start promptly at 7:30 p.m. The business meeting will consist of reports by officers and manager of the cooperative, the election of three directors for three year terms. Walter Simonsen and the Bumann Sisters will provide the entertainment. This is well worth seeing and hearing. There will be some very nice prizes given .away to members only. The member is required to be present to win. The grand prizes will be one Frigidaire electric clothes dryer, one Westinghouse TV set and a General Electric 52 gallon glass lined water, heater. Some of the other prizes are: humidifier, bench grinders, electric blanket, fry pan and wrench set. • . • The present members of the Board of Directors are: President, Floyd Lane, Renwick; Vice President, Eugene Drager, Algona; Secretary, Orren S. Olson, Bode; Treasurer, A. A. Schipull, LuVerne; Eugene Henry, Algona; Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Arthur Strachan, Humboldt; Lawrence Strachan, Humboldt and Donald Usher, Ottosen. The cooperative serves 1,750 speaks to grads at Swea City Sw«a City — Rev. Louis Val- bracht of Des Moines was guest speaker last week at the commencement .of the Swea City graduating class. "As Advertised In Life" was the theme of Rev. Valbracht's talk. He gave many illustrations of advertisements and pointed out that this was an age of wanting life soft or easy, we expect everything benediction Pastor- H, Bengston was the baccalaureate speaker. ;f Seniors were escorted both evenings by Can dace Elliott and Charles Stewart, juniors. Nancy Peterson was organist. 500% GREATER AMPLIFIER RELIABILITY! SPACE : A6ETECHNO.LQ6V UOLO HEARING AID! * "Arcadia" New "Arcadia" is Zenith's tiniest behind-the-ear hearing aid- the first hearing aid In the world with the exclusive Micro- Litfiic amplifier. 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