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6-Algftno (la.) Upper D«i Me!n*« Tuetday, March 16, 1965 More Beans Than Corn In '75? By 1975 or 1980 soybeans mipiit very well exceed the acreage of corn and fc-heat and there probably won't be any governmental controls limiting production, says Dr Louis M. Thompson. n«ru-iatr dean of the College of Agriculture at Iowa State University. Thompson, speaking at the Northern Iowa Agricultural Experimental Association's thirty- fourth annual meeting Thursday, says the world's population is growing faster than thf food supply. "Changes in the world agriculture food problem will directly affect the prosperity of the American farmer," said Thompson. The cropland area of the World is only 10 per cent of the land surface. This is where man gets his food says Thompson. By the year 2000 Asia will have two-thirds of the population of the world. The Latin American population will be twice that of North America, Thompson predicts. Exports will be very important to American agriculture. Wheat is the world's most important crop at the present time. The United States produces 15 per cent of the total wheat in the world and is first hi exports. This is due primarily because wheat is adaptable to many different climates. Just 1*6 years before the sale of U. S. wheat to Russia, (Jan. 19R4) Thompson was asked by the U. S. Department of Agriculture to make a study of climatic conditions for growing wheat in the Soviet Union. In his study he learned that when we have droughts in the United States, other countries in the same latitudinal range suffer the same effects. When we have a surplus, they have surpluses. The trend of more favorable weather conditions during the past few years has resulted in good crops. According to Thompson, the. 1970's will be hotter in July than during the 1960's. We may also get less rainfall in the 1970's. By taking weather and yield data and programming it in a' computer, a prediction in yield can be obtained for future years. By using his calculations Thompson said under average conditions the corn yield in Iowa for 1965 will average 60 bushels per acre. This is two bushels lower than the average of 1964. Ideal conditions for corn call for one inch less'than average rainfall for June and one to two inches more than average in July. Ideal temperatures are 71 degrees average for June, 74 degrees for July and 76 degrees for August. Whenever the temperature gets above 90 degrees there is a definite temperature stress on the corn, according to Thompson. "It is entirely possible that the USDA next week will predict an average of 70 bushels per acre next year," said Thompson. They reach this number by projecting the last several years' crops. "We could export many more soybeans than we are doing at the present. This explains the reason for the upsurge in price this year. The United States and China produce 95 per cent of the soybeans in the world. Soybeans have the same temperature preferences as corn but they need August rainfall where corn does not," Thompson said. "By 1975 the exports of soybeans will be doubled," said Thompson. "USDA experts think ttyey will be doubled in half that time—five years." Under average conditions Thompson thinks it would be safe to predict an average yield of 25 bushel per acre in 1965. According to Thompson soybeans are becoming more widely recognized and used for food consumption every day. And in 15-20 years they might exceed corn and wheat in total acreage. • Swea-Eagle By Mri. Kenneth Brones Thursday visitors at the Jay Brones at Fairmont were Mrs. Rena Steenhard and John. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Peterson, Mrs. Albin Peterson, Mrs. Russell Byers and Mrs. Gladys Hanson were visitors one afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Papen- fuhs are planning to move this week to a farm 3 1/2 miles south of the airport at Estherville. They and the Herb Papen- fuhs who have already moved, will live on the same farm. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet have purchased the farm where the Eugene Papenfuhs lived. Their son Dennis will farm the 1/2 section of land. He is not married. Miss Dimond Weds Phyllis Dimond, daughter of Mrs. Marie Dimond, Algona, and Tom Reding, son of'Mr.'anfc Mrs. Frank Reding, St. Joe, were married at 11 o'clock Feb. 20 at St. Cecelia Catholic church with Father Conway officiating at the double ring ceremony. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ronald Illg and Mary Sue Reding was bridesmaid. Bill Reding was best man and Donald Wagner was groomsman. Mrs. Vincent Bernardo was soloist, accompanied by Kathleen Griffin. Ushers were Albert Berte and David Dimond. A reception was held in the K. C. hall. Anne Hobscheidt had the guest book; Mesdames Ernie Sorlie and Howard Pentecost poured. Mrs. William Foth and Mrs. Duane Lauer cut the cake. Waitresses were Karen Carman, Jean Gengler, Marianne Fick- bolim and Mrs. Thomas Riesing. Janet Reding, Eileen Wagner and Jo Ellen Milder opened gifts. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan. He is engaged in farming and they will live at Livermore. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Wed At Titonka Donna Mae Akkerman, Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Akkerman, Titonka, and Wayne R. Worth, son of Mrs. S. B. Worth and the late S. B. Worth, Monroe, were married Feb. 14 at the Methodist church in Titonka with Rev. Eugene Rasmussen officiating in the double ring ceremony at two o'clock. Maid 01 honor was Joan Kingery. Sollst was Judy DeBoer, accompanied by Jeanne Gingrich. Candlelighters and ushers were Bruce Akkerman and Neill Prueitt, A reception for 100 was held in Fellowship hall with the Burt Weavers hosts. Mrs. Harold Wibben had the guest book. Linda, Brenda and Judith Akkerman and Mary Aim Weaver, Mrs. Edward Uken and Mrs. Melvin Hugo Thompson had charge of the gifts. Punch was served by the Floyd Kingerys, Mrs. Art Hill poured coffee and Mrs. Sheldon Bengston and Mrs. Raymond Nedved cut the cake. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Ted DeBoer, Elmer Gerdis, Bill Becker, Joe Heitland, George Weaver and Raymond Schutjer. She graduated from the Titonka high school and was employed at Bankers Life. He is a graduate of Monroe high school, attended Iowa State University; had military service and is farming near Monroe where they will live. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Floyd Brekke home were Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ewert of St. Peter, Minn., Mrs. Con Brekke, Esth- prvlllc, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Dlts worth and family. Mr. ami Mrs. Ralph Walker entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Anderson Thursday evening last week for the 6th birthday of the Walker's daughter, Dori. Mrs. Minnie Keeney of Des Moines, sister-in-law of Mrs. Joe Preston, died suddenly Thursday at the home of her daughter of a heart attack. The funeral was Monday, but relatives from this area were prevented from attending services due to the storm. Tom Preston and Maynard Jensen went to Des Moines Friday to bring back personal effects of Mrs. Nina Traub, sister of Mrs. Joe Preston, who will be making her home with Mrs. Preston. Guests Sunday at the Tom Preston home for the 8th birthday of Lorinda were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link and Mrs. Joe Preston, grandparents, Wendell Link, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Link and daughters of Fairmont, at dinner. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Roger Linde and Mrs. Maynard Jensen. Sunday dinner guests at the Ormal Guinn home were Mrs. Goldie Guinn, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cummins and Bill and Melanie Guinn, all of Armstrong. Mrs. Goldie Guinn is the mother of Ormal Guinn. Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski spent Feb. 19-28 at Chelmsford, Mass, at the home of her daughter and family, the Richard Harrisons, to see her new granddaughter, Barbara Joanne, born Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth entertained friends Saturday evening at 500. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones had high scores and Mrs. Bauer and Johnie Tobin had second high. Mrs. Tobin won traveling prize, and Mrs. Kvamsdale the prize for the lucky plate. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spear and family and Mr. Art Spear, all of Sherburn, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Johnie Tobin ..homer — - • f , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reece entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. High scorers were Mr. and Mrs. Ormal Guinn. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Koons of Lakota were visitors at the Harold Carr home one evening last week. HOSPITAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Krumwiede and family moved this week to a farm south of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoss of Le Mars came Sunday to the home of her parents, the Leo Guerdets and Teresa and Mark were to spend two weeks with their grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Koons entertained their 500 club Friday evening, with Mrs. Koons and Orinal Guinn winning high scores. Sunday dinner guests at the March 1 - Birth: Mr. ana Mrs. James Andreasen, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 5 oz.; admitted: James Edgington, Algona, medical; Frank Molacek, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Frank Molacek and Mrs. Bernice Seller, both Algona. March 2: Birth: Mr.andMrs. Nicholas Berte, Livermore, girl, 7 Ibs., 7 1/2 oz.; admitted: Ed Mawdlsey, Algona, medical; Mrs. Alma Pearson, Algona, fracture; Mrs. Lena Krebsbach, Whittemore, medical. March 3 - Admitted: Mrs. Leona Lacy, Burt, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Alma Pearson, Algona, Mrs. Lena Krebsbach, Whittemore. March 4 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Arndorfer, Corwith, girl, 6 Ibs. 7 1/2 oz.; admitted: Herman Wichtendahl and Virginia Bunton, Whittemore, medical; Sara Kropf, West Bend, medical; Monica Storr and Annette Rasmussen, Algona, medical; dismissed: Diane Weber, Whittemore; Mrs. James Johnson and baby, Burt; Mrs. Mary Blumel, Wesley; Stephen Smith, Algona. March 5 - Admitted: Harold Hutchins, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Leona Lacy, Burt; Fred Helmke, Whittemore; James Edgington, Algona; Virginia Bunton, Whittemore. March 6 - Admitted: Simon Elbert, Whittemore, medical; J, A. Mather, Fenton, medical; dismissed: Mrs. James Andreasen and baby, James Buscher, Jay Davis and Annette Rasmussen, Algona; Wayne Taylor, Jefferson. March 7 - Birth; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schneider, Bancroft, boy, 8 Ibs., 5 oz.; admitted; Matt Erdman, Whittemore, surgery; Allen Mescher, Burt, medical; Clara Phillips, Algona, medical; dismissed: Harvey Godden and Sister Mary Isador, Algona; Herman Wichtendahl, Whittemore; Mrs. Nich- olas Berte and baby, Livermore. March 8 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lauck, Whittemore, girl, 7 Ibs. 101/2 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Betty Arndorfer, Cor with; Marcus Billick, Daniel Downs, Thomas Putney, Algona; Sara Kropf, West Bend. ™^-» ™ • • • •• • ^^ • ^^^^r^^^f^^^f^ LONE ROCK Mri. A. A. Kruagar Mr. & Mrs. Frank Flaig visited her brother Jim Ackerman, Monday, who is a patient in the Britt hospital having had surgery on a knee and also a hernia. The Dean Jergenson family, Algona, called on her parents, the Frank Flaigs last Sunday night. Mr. & Mrs. Robt. Beer, St. Louis, Mo. are the parents of a 7 pound girl, Jodi Sue, who was born Feb. 16th. The maternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Kueck and the paternal grandparents are Mrs. Ethel Beer and the late Mr. Beer of Corwith.The little Miss also has three great grandparents who are Mr. &Mrs.S. M.Orvick, Ledyard and Mr. Henry Kueck, Algona. The Lotts Creek Ladies Aid met Feb. 12th with Rev. Vehling opening the meeting with scripture and prayer. Mrs. Raymond Laabs gave the mission topic and prayer. Lotts Creek aid will be host for W.W.M.L. rally in April. Mrs. Gerald Radig and Mrs. Noah Reisner were hostesses. Gordon Blanchard, Mason City, spent Thursday and Friday morning visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. The general meeting of the U.P.W. of the Presbyterian church will meet this Thursday in the church parlors. The topic will be Evangelism - Every Christian's Concern. Hostesses will be Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Robert Fortney, Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Mrs. Art Priebe. The Wendell Steven family, Laurens, were weekend visitors at the Don Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus went to Garner Friday evening and spent the weekend at the home of their son the John Ramuses*They also made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter Rhonda :Lee who was born F.eb. 14 and weighed 8 Ibs. 14 1/2 oz. The John Ramuses have one boy Randy. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lau and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus. Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended an Iowa Dist. West Lutheran Women's Mission League board meeting at Carroll last Monday. Mrs. Rosa Rahmstock, Lakota, came Sunday for a few days at the home of her daughter, the Wilfred Radigs. Mr. &. Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, the Melvin Meyer family, Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Arnold Meyers, Algona. The Curt Olson family were Sat. dinner guests of his parents the H. M. Olsons at Humbolt and they spent Sunday at her folks the Teglunds at Clarion. Mrs. Maude Blanchard and the Jesse Blanchard family went to Ottosen Sunday afternoon to help Debra Schultz celebrate her birthday. Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester Brace attended the 45th anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Barr, Algona, at the Presbyterian church, Sunday. "Comelot" At Garrigan High March 27-28 Garrigan high school has chosen the hit Broadway musical, "Camelot", for its annual operetta, to be given March 27 -28. "Camelot," composed by Alan Jay Lerner, with music by Frederick Loewe, is considered by many to be a delightful play portraying the days of King Arthur and his Round Table. John Sterba, director, will be assisted by Sister Virginia Marie as music director, and Sister Mary Ignatious, as director of drama. Sister Mary Iva and art students are in charge of scenery. The lead roies> nave been announced as Richard Loebig as King Arthur; Randall Kollasch as Lancelot; and Florence McGuire as Guenevire, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8651 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Dora Elbert, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE! You are hereby notified that on the 25th day of February, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 24th day of April, 1945, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 12th day of March, 1965. Mrs. Lenore Schlader Executor of said Estate Dougherty, Iowa McMahon & Cassel Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication 23 day of March, 1965. 19-21 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8669 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Ada A. Malueg, Deceased. * v ' • TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 5th day.of March,,i "1965. ' ; ' : '"' £ H. W:-Miller Administrator of said Estate Algona, Iowa H. W. Miller Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 16th day of March, 1965. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8667 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Verna F. Schultz, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS1NTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 5th day of March, 1965. Henry W. Schultz Administrator of said Estate Whittemore, Iowa McMahon & Cassel Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 16th day of March, 1965. .^...^ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY NO. 8676 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF WILL IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Clara B. Phillips, Deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on the 29th day of March, 1965, at ten o'clock A.M. -it the County Court House in thf Cityo!Algona in the above County and State, hearing will be had for proof of the instrument dated March 28, 1961, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Clara B. Phillips, Deceased, at which time and place said instrument will be admitted to probate unless good cause be shown to the contrary. Alma Pearson Clerk, Said District Court Buchanan & McClure, attorneys Algona, Iowa (19) DlCXY&PAISY NOW WE KNOW WHY RAD COMES HOME SO LATE- 50 HE'LL BE THE FIRST TO 6ET* DRINK OF DELICIOUS MILK! Folks oi all ages need — and Ilk* — Homogenized Milk. Serve it with every moat. CO-OP \ WHiTTtMORf 8 3361 • LONt ROCK WAS3245 • Swt A CUY HO 1 1' I'm really ripe for a big car. All you've got to do is prove I can afford it. Check our price on a Chrysler* Price is all the proof you need. Nearly half our 1965 Chryslers are priced only a few dollars a month more than the most popular smaller cars. And all are full-sized — there are no little Chryslers. Get a lot more car for your money. Move up to Chrysler. It's never been so easy. S€€ US* CIDAA Within a racuus 01 oU miles in the southwest section of Maine are towns named China, Norway, Naples, Athens, Peru, Denmark, Belgrade, Detroit, Poland, Dresden, Palermo, Belfast, Mexico, Paris, Lisbon, and Frankfort. PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 So. Phillips - Algona, Iowa

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