The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1965 · Page 15
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Ronald Hansen Month's Conservation Farmer Ronald Hansen, who farms 440 acres of the Howard Hoenk land, was named conservation farmer of the month by Kossuth County Soil Conservation District Commissioners, according to Julius Baas, Chairman. "With all the rains that we are having," Ronnie says, "the contoured fields look like level ones as the water Is getting between the contour ridges." The Hansons started to contour 3 years ago and have 110 acres on the contour tills year. Mike, who is Ronnie and Phyllis oldest boy, says, he enjoys plowing on the contour and thinks it is very scenic when the crops start to come up. Ronnie explains that erosion was occur ing and he was losing a lot of valuable water, before he started to contour. He mentioned that he had some point rows, but has recently pur chased a corn combine, which lie feels will be the answer to this prol>- lem. He goes on to say, "Crops look the same on the sloping ground as they do on the level land. On the rolling ground there is no loss of hills of corn through erosion and contouring saves soil." Ronnie and Howard have a farm conservation plan on their farm developed with the assistance of Lyle R. Rledinger and Loren Bishop of the SCS. The livestock enterprise on the Hansen farm consists of 300 head of hogs, 35 feeder calves and 35 beef cows. Terraces are scheduled to be built on this farm as soon as the weather permits and an erosion control structure has been designed and is to be installed in the near future. Linda Froehlich Of Algona To Wed October 30 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froehlich, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter*, Linda, to Donald Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Besch, Lu- Verne. The wedding is planned for Oct. 30 at St. Benedict Catholic church. 19 Vehicles Are Registered Here In Week Nineteen new vehicles were registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Volgt. Owners are: Chevrolet - D. H. Martin, Swea City; S. R. or Marie Parsons, Burt; L. H. Hutchinson, Lone Rock. Ford - Tietz Const., Burt, pickup; Gladys B. O'Donnell, Lone Rock; Dick or Rosa Franzen, Titonka; T. J. Bormann, Livermore; Mabel K. Welhousen, Titonka; E. J. Schwarz, Lakota; M. D. Kennedy, Armstrong; D. E. Zielske, Swea City; K. L. Traub, West Bend; D. J. Haverly, Wesley. Chrysler - E. J. Seeney, Bancroft. Plymouth - K. P. Wehrspann, Algona; Mervin or Anna Bristow, Irvington; Roy or Florence Sams, Algona; W. C. Wilhelmi, Bancroft. Sparton - J. F. McMahon, Algona. "Kossuth County r s Favorite Newspaper" , (la.) Upper DM Molne* fuetday, Od. 11, 1965 Miss Schwtetert Of Burt Will Wed Nov. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert of Burt announce the approaching Nov. 27 marriage of their daughter Shirley and Paul Dana, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dana of Nevada. Miss Schwietert, a graduate of Iowa State University and University of Iowa, is teaching at Iowa State University at Ames. Her fiance is a graduate of Iowa State University, where he is now a graduate student. APPRECIATED EDITORIAL Upper Des Moiiies Algona, Iowa My aunt sent me a clipping of this editorial "She Left Something" from a recent Upper Des Moines. It Is indeed a splendid tribute to Ruth Hodgson. I am certain that many of her good friends thought the same, but you put in down in black and white, and for that I thank you. Sincererely yours Mrs. Zada Grover Smith Milwaukee, Wis. 0NE DOLLAR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after 8 p.m. or anytime on Sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Bell DIAMOND'S See For Yourself Why You Can Save More - NOW - on these I S PECIALS A( . the - week MEN'S 5 oz. ' bonded dacron insulated < JACKET small - mod. large - X lurge $8.99 Mni's Zip-Out OKLON Lined all weather COATS solids or plaids in regulars or longs Sizes 36-46 [$17.99 up Boys sizes 10-20 $12.99 Men's American Made MEN'S WASHABLE £?** WORK (if JACKETS A Blanket Lined * A i ; ned / \ V $12.95 HUNTING COATS Nation.)"/ Advertised Sale Price HUNTING PANTS 2-BUCKLE RUBBERS $3.99 Men's American Made, full zip front INSULATED BOOTS. $12.99 MOTHER'S SPECIAL Washable Orion Pile Lineal Zip-Off Hood BOYS PARKA 4 Colors Sizes 4 - 16 Reg. $10.95 $8.99 Heavyweight Long Sleeve or Short Sleeve SWEAT SHIRTS SUei'S-M-L-XL $1.99eacti MANY, MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM MEN'S IN ZIP-OFF HOOD PARKA Sizes 38 - 46 Reg. $12.95 $9.99 Men's Laminated Foam Thermal Lined ZIP FRONT SWEAT SHIRTS water repellent we have extra and oversizes $5.95 Value $4.99 STOPflLLOOK! Reg. $15.99 5 Oz. Bonded DACRON INSULATED UNDERWEAR Feather 1 i g h but a calroad i warmth. All »li| es. $11.87 ION« •HIV* MEN'S 2-PIECE THERMAL UNDERWEAR (Warmth Without weight) $1.99 FOR TOP OR BOTTOM 28 to 48 »taM STOPIirmOKflLSTOP! SAVE 20% Blue B«H •rand Men's lined Denim WORK PACKET! Sanforized [Sixes 31-50 Toil Insulated Dacron COVERALLS 3 os. Dacron Machine Washable [ Long Tailed ieavy Weight Flannel SHIRTS ! the $2.79 kind Now $1.99 |SUc> 14' i to 17

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