The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
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*** . 9, WradsAf Swea City Hold Class Reunion Cily — the 1948 gra dueling class of the Swea Citj high school had a reunion Sat urday evening. Seven of the or iginal 18. members of the clas 'Were present. They were Mr and Mrs Martin v CEE Mamhioth 80-Acre vEEFarm Machinery & Home Appliance Shows, Largest In World. Other Main Features arej , . \ ' '• Huge) .Open Class Cattle, \ Swine, Sheep' and Draft J Horse Shows, First 6 Days. • Gorgeous Night Show, Ten fr, Nites, with Fireworks. ^ • Auto Races All 10 Days— N 4, Speedway Type Cars; 5, . -late Stock 1 Cars;\Midgets, (l. Thrill Show Supple, nients Racing, Aug. 28 & ,'Sept.'2.; ^ss«., s ^V . ^ . • FFA ft 4-H Club Livestock' \ Shows, Cattle, Swine and j Sheep, Last Four Days. ^ • Huge Farm Crops, Flower, ^ Fruit & Vegetable Shows. • 7 Nite Horse Shows, Aug. -, 28 thru 'Sept. 2 & Sept. 4; Matinees, Aug. 27 and 28, and Sept. 2, 4 and 5. :^ • Dairy, Bees, Art, Women's, i, School and State Exhibits. •If ft. .»',»•«••.• j^ >••-<•:;!.(!>,(», ,«,,».>.>;(* ' >• Royal American Shows on World's Largest Midway^ Berggren, three sons, 1 Rockford Iowa; Mr and , Mrs Jr. Ellis (Elaine Linde) and two girls Swea City; Mrs LinuS Vask< (Laila Carr) and sons, Bancroft Mr and Mrs Wendall Troff, (Lu cille Geerdes) and three children St. Paul; Mr and Mrs Don Mortenson, Fairmont; Donald Wes selman, Pocahontas, and Rev. and Mrs Duane Nelson and daughter Vermillion, S.D. Greetings were iead from Majf- ine Angle Hopson, Elaine, Tenn.: Dorothy Kylen Latham, Mason City; Gordon Linde, Calif.; Jack Emerson Whittier, Calif.; Janyce Preston Kellyj Armstrong, Doris Nelson, Upland Calif, and Keith Montgomery, Alexandria, S.D. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Jack Blien of Fairmont are the parents of a 8 lb., 11% oz. girl born July 25. Maternal grandparents are the Carl Liens of Swea City. Buy Rej«rv«d Ti'cltfi by Ma//.lv Grandttand, $2 t $2,50 (Except f| Sunday Aflfrnooni, 12.50 * $3; II end tabor Day Afternoon, J3 & II $3.50). Horn Show, $1.50 ft $2. II Stnd Check or Money Order lo II Minnnofa Stato Fair, SI. Paul 13, I 1960 Oultldf Go/e Admittiont, II Adulti, 50$, Autoi, 75f. -^ 10% MORE PARKING SPACE Aug.27-Sept.5lE Mrs John Falk and Cheryl and Darla Carr spent several days at the Harold Krantz home- last week. Rev. and Mrs LeRoy Carter and boys, Mr and Mrs Lynn Pulver and Twila, Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and family, Mrs ladys Hanson, Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson and family, Mr and VTrs Roy Kluger enjoyed a picnic "n the park togetner Sunday. The Dillard Bishops, Darrel Bishops and Ronald Hammers we're Sunday guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer 'ollowing the baptism of the Darrel Bishops daugHter, Cannon. Mrs Cora Stow of Burt, Mrs Walter Koch, Le Grange, 111., and Mrs W. E. Stow and Kristi of Humboldt visited Saturday at he home of ,Mrs Cecil' Godfred- ion.' - • ' ' : . ' Guests last week at the Dillard Bishop home were the Leonard iwansons, Clarence Uhrs, Harold Hesvicks and Donald Giekens. Mrs Don Harr of Billings. Wont, was honored at a coffee iarty at the home of Mrs Henry )pntje last week. Mrs Ronald Uchard of Lakota was co-hos- ess. Guests were all former lassmates. Those attending were iTesdames Richard O'Green, Roy linz, Donald Swanson, Edward lammond and Warren Thompon. Mr and Mrs LuVerne Smith of 'acoma, Wash, have returned to >wea City after being stationed n Tacoma while he was in the ervice; Mr and Mrs Walter R. Smith, Mrs Ron Olson, Stevie and Jance Gould attended baptism services for the Smith's granddaughter, Roxie Jean, daughter of-the Harley Smiths, at Plymouth Sunday. Mrs Arnold McEarland, Mrs Robert Anderson, and Mrs Carl Lien attended a shower for Jean Ann Spangler last Saturday evening at Corwith. Miss Spangler will become the bride of Larry Lien on Saturday. Shower Honors Lakofa Bride LakoJa — Mrs Keith Hertzke wns honored at a post-nuptia shower at the home of Mrs Maynard Hertzke Friday evening. Mrs Charles Hertzke gave a reading, Mrs Calvin Bfedlbw 6f Fpreit City sang a solo accompanied by her sister, Carolyn Risius of Buffalo Center, Miss Rhonda Wirtjes was in'charge qt games. Mrs David Boekelman assisted Mrs Hertzke in opening her gifts. ' The hostesses were aunts of Keith, Mrs Maynard Hertzke, Mrs Otto Hertzke, Mrs Charles Hertzke, Mrs Edward Sheldahl, Mrs Jack Wirtjes and Mrs Harm Risius of Buffalo Center and Mrs iVallace Peterson of Granada, Minnesota. To Sing Here The Bob Jones University male quartet will appear at the First Baptist church here Thurs-lay, Aug. 11, at 8 p.m. It is one oi four groups representing the university on tours throughout the country this summer. The director if the quartet, Richard Snavely, ill bring a brief message to the | congregation during the program. School Opens Soon Supt. John W. Cook announces hat the Lakota School ooens Monday, Aug. 29 but students vill not be in attendance until Aug. 31. The local teachers will meet on Monday, August 29 for n organizational meeting and he County Teacher's Institute will meet Aug. 30. Pupils wil attend from 9 a.m,' until 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, with the regular school hours eommenclng the following day and continue Lutheran League Elects Luther League met Monday al the home of Dennis Boettcher, Servers for the evening were Dennis Boettcher, Arnold Sachs and Phillip Schroeder. Elections were held to choose delegates to attend the convention of the Iowa District or the' American Lutheran Church Luther League to be held at Wartburg College in Waverly September 2-4th. Paul Geilenfeld, son of Dr. and Mrs P. C. Geilenfeldt will represent the local Luther League at the convention ai Milwaukee, Aug." 16 to 21,' while Rita Wer- inga, daughter of. Mr and Mrs Herman Weringa will- represent the local league at Waverly. Rev. L. R. Meinecke will attend the Milwaukee convention in the capacity of adult counselor 'as well as the Iowa District convention. A picnic lunch was ser- ved by the eotfiffiittee, Ladles Aid MeeHng The Lutheran* Ladies Aid held their meeting at Huettfter:, deffe ..Wednesday afteriiboft, Walter Christ was In change ;oi the following fc>rogfam: x deVfitlens, Rev. Meinecke, duet by Kbbefta Addy and Carmen Cook/. 1 -,. by Mrs J. V. DorenbUsh, f>bem by Mrs Alvln. Boettcher*; Mrs Walter ,dhrlst conducted several guessing games and gaV6 Dotted plants for prizes. Mrs John Wlb* ben's committee prepared ithe picnic lunch. Mr and Mrs J, E. Ukena and the I. B. Wortmans took Renee Dewey to her home at Sac City Sunday after a two week visit here. . Michael Vodraska, employed at Mercy hospital, Masort ( City, spent the weekend at the parental W. C. Vodraska home. The Paul and Eugen Christ families were at the home of thb ladies father, Mr William Schut-' ter, at Titonka, Thursday even" ng to help him celebrate a birthday. Others present 'Were the Ubbe Ubben family and. the Herman Ubben family of Titonka. The Robert Thompson .family attended the Boeckholt family reunion Sunday,, held • at the .Verle Elwood home at Buffalo Center. H Mr and Mrs Merle .Sachs and daughters of Raymond are Mrs tained at a canasta {iarty Tuesday afternoon. Guests' toere Mt's flfa>y Telkamp, Mrs" LfiU Nit*, Mfs Rtcv hard Zielske, MfiL Sign's ,Nel? goH, Mrs Le,na Schwalrz, Mrs Olt6 Ertgelbarts and Mrs Henry Boet» tcher. '\ - Stanley L. Vodraska son of Mr and Mrs W. o* Vodraska, Lakota, has been rated an honor, roll student for maintaining a 'B' average during the s&eond semester at St, John's University, Collegeville, Minn. Mrs John W. Coewt presented her piano pupils in a recital at her home Aug. 2. Guests includes the mothers and other relatives of the girls. The girls participating were Joyce .Berg, Arlys Wirtjes, Judy Berg, t,mda Wirtjes, Jiitdy Jutting, Carmen Cook. Mrs Cook served lunch'following the program. , , Mrs C. A. Gutk«necht has been busy the past week judging ach- a* fidm 'she;: was a - judgrfor the .Buffalo B6ostefS at Jtttttnks fi'rld tfrtd&y Afternoon -ahd .. she, was a judge for th& at Swea .City. , Carolyn Ley won a 1st and 2nd with her two fcdttlea at a hdrse shdw at Odebolt fttfesday, Members of the American Legion Auxiliary and their families held their annual jtot lucfc Supper at the 'James Meurer home Monday evening. ' ' Vera and Viola Huetther attended the State Gladiola Show at Estherville Saturday. Prairie Pats Contest Prairie Pals Held their Achle- vement Day, July 27th in the Wesley Methodist Church. Each modeled 6tt« 6f her Achievement Cay entMfes In a style review. 'Judges Were Mrs. Ao^st'f StUdef, df Wesle? afid Mfc. Qutknecht.of Lakota, Win- tier In' tha,junior Division Was Becky" -Lidkteig, Iriterrrtediate' — JUlie Runs,and Settlor was Merle Ann. Harig, , Plum Creek 4.H " fhe Piurn cr&ek Boys 4»M Clufe met'Aug. 3,, with 2& «tefnber"s present. Tom Ktam led a diseusr- gldn aftd lUtich folldwed 'the meeting. ;, , • :> IT'S MEWS\Wfi WAW iti Science Shrinks Piles NbtrWs^ Without Stops N. _ ttoe idtttM-hiuf found a ,'»« Spbitsnt* with tha agton- i*I>lng AblHtjr to ihj'lrtk hemor- £h&ida, »top itching, and feltov* t>«|n f without surgery. . In case after «»««, while gently relieving pain, actual induction (ihrinkage) took place. Most amazlhtf of all-resnita wer« M thorough tiut »Uffarer« mad* »stoal»h)ntf »t*t«««nt« Iflte "Pfl*g h«v* ceased to be • $*obl«ml" Th« secret la * new heallt* mb. •tan«6 (Bi6-Dyne*)-*dIseovei'y of * 'S?? I 4-*» a «> tt « Maeawh InstltaU. Thl« subiUhce la now available In tuppotitotv or oinMtnt firm under the name Preparation #.* At your dru«l«t. Money baek mothdr, ,Mrs Mary spending a week visiting at the home of 4iis Sachs. Mrs Harlan Kruse-and Kathy, Mrs Don Boyd and 'Mrs Earl Paulson ; and Marcia returned home Saturday evening •', after spending the week at the Leadership Training School .held at Coe College in Cedar Kaplds. Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell returned home Sunday following a two week vacation of sightseeing- in Wisconsin, where they visited the Dells and visited the Leo Kiehitz family at Muscoda. Enroute home ; they visited their daughter and' family, the Carl Johnsons at Hampton and brought four grandchildren, Gregory, Kristine, .Tim and Linda riome with them for a week's visit. Tuesday the Lloyd McKean family of Estherville were visi- ors and Scott and Donna remained tor this week with their grandparents and cousins. LOW COST LOANS • • For Paying Bills , , 9 For Buying'Cars, Etc. • For Any Worthy ; Purpose • Monthly Payment Pkms ! f6 ' Fit Your Budget LOANS & FINANCING TO $5,000.00 SEE PAXSON INS. AGENCY 110'/2 N. 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'/ ••••.'-•• 1960KOSSUTH COUNT • ::'- FAIR THROUGH THE COURTESY OF HI-BRED CORN CO. — -< • *• COUNTY MIR AIGONA, Tues., Aug. 16 7M A M - °°" ! Open • "; * ' 8s °~ A 'J-*' ~ ! ^ market swine anehfnarket larnbs.i; •> • Children's Day ' F 9.00 A . M. - Judging, of floral hallljhibits; dairy and 4iH^Girls exhibits. (Special ^Privileges ] V^OO A. M. - Judging of 4-H eolts, and open elinss tolts and horses. for Children) 1:OC > P- M. — Sale of market swine and market lamb's. " ..-.., 2:00 P. M. - Baseball Game. ; 8;00 P. M. - WSM Nashville, Tenn., Grand Old Opry Stars in Variety Stage • : ' ' ; ' i i ' , - ' " Show. • • . ; ' ''"•'. _ ': ' . ', . '.•' • . , . i .-''.; • • ..',-.' Wed. Aua. 17 70 ° A M ~ Gates Open *' "* 9:00 A. M. - Judging of beef, poultry and rabbits, and girl's club exhibits. ' 2:00 P. M. — Big car races by National. Speedways, Inc. 8:00 P. M. - Home Talent Show. Thurs., Aug. 18 7:00 A. M. — Gates Open, . ! >,'-,,, 8:30 A, M; — Judging >of 4-H girls demonstrations. ! l ; , 9:00 A. M. — Judging of swine and sheep (open class). .' . ,' ',",; 2:00 P. M. - Baseball Game, ( r t ' ' 6:30 P. M. - 4-H Clubs parade. Kossutfi County's 4-H boys and girls will pass in review before the grandstand exhibiting their prize livestock. 8:00 P, M. - WSM Nashville, Tenn., Grand Old Opry Stars in Variety Stage Show. Fii, Aug. 19 7:00 A. M. - Gates Open. 8:30 A. M. - Sale of baby beef, 8:30 A, M. - Continuation of judging 4-H girls demonstrations, 2:00 P. M. - Stock Car Roces. 8:00 P. M. - Auto Thrill Show. I CUP OUT AND KiiP HANDY FOR DAILY REFERENCE Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn SI6PHQU$g AT JUNCTION HWYi

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