The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1965 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 30, 1965
Page 10
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(to.) Host Of Awards To County 4-H Members The 1965 award program has been completed with many 4-H boys and girls winning medals, trips and other awards. The winners were as follows Achievement - Trudy Alt, Burt; Petrea Thoreson and Paul Thoreson, Swea City; Steve Detrick, Whittemore. Agricultural - Daryl Boehm, Lakota; Dennis Uthof, Fenton; Kenneth Erpelding and Ray Erpelding, Bode. Beef - Bill Lofstrom, Armstrong; GeneBormann,Ban- croft} David Sabin, Algona; Merlyn Metzger, Whittermore. Bread - Sandra Hoover, Titonka; Diane Bode, Algona; HelenSkow, Wesley; Judy. Wolter, Whittemore. Clothing - CharleneThil- ges, Bode; Phyllis Cherland, Lone Rock; Zelda Witzel, Lu- Verne. Conservation - Richard Thomsen, Lakota; Rodney Jensen, Lone Rock; Linda Fritz, Wesley; Sandy O'Brien, Bode. Dairy - Wayne Cordes, Lakota; Mark Bierstedt, Whittemore; Leland Metzger, West Bend; Steve Detrick, Whittemore. Dog care and Training-Norma Bode and Patrice Bode, Algona. Electric - Harlan Metzger, Whittemore. Entomology - Dean Teeter, Algona; and AllenGoche, Bancroft; Field Crops - Dean Widen, Corwith; Daryl Boehm, Lakota; Foods and Nutrition Linda Dodds and Lois Hunt, Algona; Linda Fritz, Wesley; Lenora Hilbert, LuVerne. Food Preservation - Connie Molacek, Algona; Betty Wolter, Whittemore. Forestry - BobBoleneus, Wesley; Dean Teeter, Algona; Philip Ruger, Fenton; Garden Phyllis Blumer, Livermore; Linda Kracht, Lone Rock; Arlene Heldorfer, Bancroft; Anne Menz, Fenton; Cathy Bergum, Bancroft; Health - Diane Person, Burt; Kathy Patterson, Burt; Doris Ricks, Titonka; Barbara Penning, Buffalo Cen- ter. Home Economics - Ann Wilson, Burt; Kathy Besch, Whittemore; Janet Erpelding, Algona; Brenda Eden, Titonka; Home Improvement - Cindy Long and Bonita Kiilsholm, and Sharon Roethler, Algona; Helen Skow, Wesley. Leadership - Rodney Scufmam, Algona; Reuben Skow, Wesley; Linda Hoeppner, Lakota; Sandy O'Brien, Bode. Photography - Becky Tielebein, Algona; Kathy Besch, Whittemore; Susan Smith, West Bend; Trudy All, Burt. Poultry-Daryl Boehm, Lakota; David Yackle, Bancroft. Safety-Tom Kollasch, Whittemore; Bob Krause, Fenton; Judy Wolter, Whittemore; Sandra Seegebarth, Lone Rock; Swine - Gene Hartman, Lone Rock; Russell Spear, Algona; Kathy Jensen, Lone Rock; Brian Johnson, Bancroft. Grain Marketing - Rodney Jensen, Lone Rock; Daryl Boehm, Lakota. Citizenship - Richard Thomsen, Lakota; Linda Hoeppner, Lakota; Home Furnishings trip - Cindy Long, Algona; Poland China medal - Mark Reding, Ottosen; county champion dairy club member - Philip Ruger, Fenton; General Foods Cookbook award - Linda Dodds, Algona; Merit Award - Carmen Montag West Bend; Vivian Thorson, Armstrong ; Sheila Frideres, Algona ; Bonnie Crouch, Fenton; VickieMcGuire, West Bend; Leland Metzger, West Bend; Harlan Metzger, Whittemore; Ken Richter, Burt and Tom Lynch, Fenton. Other awards ^- outstanding boys' record. Dean Teeter, Algona; outstanding girls'record, Brenda Eden, Titonka; dairy production trophy, Ted Greinert, Whittemore; swine producer trophy, Ken Richter, Bart; rabbit, Steve Schultz, Algona; Junior Leadership - Petrea DICKY . DAISY EVERHAVEACRAVIN6 CANT DESCRIBE? <3LASS OF M/LK FROM K'SA TREAT- dl O B .I fcrvt it with wry CO OP K^i'/. V 14 VJ 7 "You're misinformed. This is not the headquarters for the- War on Poverty!" Thoreson, Swea City, Sandy O'Brien, Bode; crop trophy, Daryl Boehm, Lakota. Top boys' secretary, John Ketelsen, West Bend; top boy's treasurer, Pat Mino, Ledyard; top girls' secretary, Connie Molacek, Algona; top girls' treasurer, Karen Eden, Titonka; top historian, Linda Higgins, Titonka. I Dare You - Luan Brandt, Swea City; Jane Walker, Burt; Bill Carlson, Algona; Linda Meehlhause, Algona; JudyThom- sen, Algona; Sheila Frideres, Algona ; Brian Johnson, Bancroft; Mike Nitchals, Algona. Horse - Jean Abbot, Algona; Harvey Work, Jr., Swea City; David Lynch, Lone Rock; Don Patterson, Algona. Woodworking - Dean Teeter, Algona; Dean Widen, Corwith; Jon Deim, Algona. Home Improvement (outdoor) - Carmen Montag, West Bend; Safety - David Besch, Whittemore. Sheep - Tom Lynch, Fenton; Jim Blain, Wesley; Linda Fritz, Wesley; Bob Bernhard, Algona; Entomology - Ed Bergum, Bancroft and Home Improvement (demonstration) - Pat Lewis, Lakota. ADULT LEADERS GET RECOGNITION PINS The Kossuth County 4-H program each year also recognizes adult leaders who have served five, ten, fifteen or twenty years. They receive a certificate and a very nice award of the clover medal for the outstanding service they have given communities. The 1965 winners are - five year medals - Robert Detrick, Whittemore; Herschel Hartman, Lone Rock; Arnold Ketelsen, West Bend; John Richardson, Ledyard; Mrs. Robert Binzen, Fenton; Mrs. Robert Carr, Algona; Mrs. Amey Cherland, Lone Rock; Mrs. Leo Thomsen, Algona. Ten year awards - Eugene Drager, Algona; Lois Bentele, Wesley and Mrs. Ahrin Klein, Irvington. Fifteen year award to Cecil Thoreson, Swea City and twenty year award to Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft and Mrs. Clif Benschoter, Algona. TURTLE EGGS One unusual snapping turtle mother chose a bean field to lay her eggs on j(j|ie Ivan Stansbery farm near Hudson and her young Came into the world in a hurry there recently. Ivan turned up the nest of about thirty eggs while plowing but, surprisingly, only a couple of eggs were damaged. Four of the young snappers were already out of the egg, lively and moving around well. The remainder of the eggs were taken to the local science teacher. NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT Innkeeplnj Revived ver Imagined. Where Old-Wor Hospitality Everything you 1-vcrylhinn you vided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at the NHW Hyatt Lodge — Large. Decorator - DcslBiicd Luxury ' Roomi. Kins-Size llcds. Individually Room- Controlled Year- Around "ai you like it" Temperature. Direcl-DialinK Telephone*. Newest TV and Radio. Bxccllcnt l r ood. Coffee Simp, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, 'Northwcst'i 1-inest Automatic Howling (32 lar.-s), Utlliard Lounge. Near .SliopphiK Centers, Sporli Attractions and Thealers. Minutes lit Downtown - Easily Accessible to International Airport ami Metropolitan Stadium. Cor RtwtMliani, Mr*. Will, or Phone 6U-544.3G01 oc jrour ntueit Hjrirt Lo<l t .. Hritt Chiltt Main, or - I M»»«t HMIM Hotil. HYATT Looqe Across from CEN1P.U MILLS MAIN OfflCtS 'the HYATT LODGE MZ5 w.ri.u Bi»d. (M«, 121 Minmipolil. Minn. 5i«?6 ^^^^ MM ^^" HIH ^ H ^B^^>V*i*i**«*«ii<*iiiiii(ij t ^^B^Bi***ii*iiiiiV] Forenoon Auction ^VnSleTie^^'uSliik'L'r'vl 1 X^STlST^^.^ ^ ***** «»• ™ Sat.. Dec. 4th IfeOO O'CLOCK 1940 John Deer* Model A tractor complet- ly overhauled 1 with new block, new head and pistons, works perfect. Tires almost new, new battery. Wheel spacers, 11 x 38 chains, 2 wheel weights. 1943 John Deere Model B tractor in good condition. Good tires and new battery. _Both tractors have hydraulic lifts. John Deere 2 row cultivator, fits either tractor New Idea Model 300 2-row pull type corn picker, like new, picked only 180 acres of com Model 6-A Case combine PTO pickup and • straw spreader Alliii Chalmers Model 60 combine, PTO. These combines both work real good John Deere 9 ft. windrower with PTO John Deere Model 350 38-ft. heavy duty wide type grain elevator, heavy chain and undenfung derrick Shroder 38-ft. elevator Lunch Wagon on Grounds MACHINERY 10:00 O'CLOCK Max-all power mower with riding cart f JJP' • l * etric "»*tor on steel trucks fcl < ' llty w-0 * n-r P roof •l««»rie ca- 4-'/i h.p. electric moron Pump jack Pickup chain* Steel water tank 40-ft. extension ladder 100-ft. electric cord 3-ton truck jack MISCELLANEOUS 16-ft. enclosed wooden elevator for small grain Stan Hoist drive on lift- John Deere 15-ft. disc, real good Case 11-ft. springtooth IHC side delivery rake Jo*" 1 Deere 6-fr. pull type mower IHC endgate seeder IHC 2-row tractor corn planter with fertilizer attachment IHC 20-ft flexible drag IHC 2-16 in. plow John Deere heavy duty farm trailer with good 6 ply tires Good factory built farm trailer with good 6 ply tires " 2 wood flare boxes High wheel wagon with straight box Bob sleigh, just like new Corn guard for J.D. tractor Harvester air compressor, 2 years old Sickle grinder and grindstone 40-ft. endless belt, 4 ply, like new 4 log chains Wheel borrow 2 hand sprayers Push type lawn mower 1 steel gate 60 steel post* : 29 electric fence potjs 4 gas barrel* 12 cement hog trough* 2 wooden hog trough* 2-12 x 14 ft. portable hag houses 6 x 6 ft, feed house with double wall BUILDINGS AND STRAW 400 bole* straw baled and put under roof with no rain. HOUSEHOLD GOODS ran aaaMstt,'-**— Arnold Lieb Owner 'Ml UlH'K WA CLERK - Lone Rock Bank AUCTIONEERS - Quinn arid Rerkland

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