The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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770 Boys Win 4-H Awards For I960 Efforts 5-Year Club Certificates Won By Host Of Members One hundred and seventy Kos- Suth County 4-H 1 boys received awards for their outstanding 4-H club work in 1960, nco.rding to Robert C. -Johnson, county extension associate. The awards were presented recently at the local county awavd night programs, and were sponsored by the friends of -MI club work. Members, .leaders and clubs receiving recognition won-'as follows. Chicago Award trip for outstanding 4-H club work, courtesy of the Cooperative Elevators and K & H Oil Company — Ronald Cherland, Burt; Duane Metzger, Whittemore; Gary Algona; Howard Thilges. Algona; James Erpelding, Bode. Alternates were David Winter, Lakota; Pat Vaske, Bancroft; Curtis Hanson, Swea City. Achievement medals — Ronnie Linde, Swea City; Tom Henry, Algona. Agricultural medals — Gary Priebe, Algona; Gary Banwart, Ottosen; Curtis rlanson, Swea City; David Winter, Lakota. Beef medals — Ronnie Linde, Swea City; Duane M e t z g e r, Whittemore; Philip Heldorfer, Bancroft; Donald Etherington, Algona. , Dairy medals — Russell Bode, Algona; Mark Bierstedt, Whittemore; Philip Ruger, Fenton. Electric medal — Pat Vaske, Bancroft. Field Crops medals — Robert and Richard Erpeiding, Bode. Grain marketing — Edward Droessler, Bancroft; Ronald Linde, Swea City. Health — Raymond Erpelding and Nicholas Erpelcnng, Bode. Leadership — uean Dodds, Algona. Recreation — Howard Thilges, Algona and Pat Vaske, Bancroft. Safety — Kenneth Bormann, Bode and Ronnie Linde, Swea City. Swine — Wayne Cordes, Lako,ta; Edward Droessler, Bancroft. Community Service — Curtis Hanson, Swea City. Poland China (belt), Joe Kollasch, Bancroft. Rotary Club, Algona, Production Trophies — beef, Elmer Alt, Burt; dairy, Allan Bode, Algona; swine, Jerry Raney, Algona. Joe Bradley achievement bond — Jon Jentz, Fenton. Kenneth Bierstedt, Whittemore, champion Holstein heifer halter award; Russell Bode, Algona, Estherville dairy award; Art Mogler, Whittemore, dairy achievement plaque; Sidney Banwart, West Bend, reporter pin; Gary Banwart, Olloseu secretary pin. Recognition certificates and seals for five or more years 01 club work — Aggressive Lads, Marvin Heidecker; Algona Dairy Club, Allan Bode; Buffalo Boys, John Cordes, Richard Fritz. Dennis Fritz; Burt Bombers, Lynn Bierstedt, Roger Cherland, Ronald Cherland, Gene Lockwood; Eagle Wildcats, Maurice Carr, Jerald Kluger, John Pavik; Fenton Progressors, Darrel and Gary Berkland, Earl & Jon Jeritz, Dennis Newel, John T. Ruger; Garfield Hustlers, Gary Banwart, Richard Banwart, Ronald Banwart, Duane & Galen Metzger. Jack Schmidt, Kenneth Traub. Grant Hustlers, Dwayne Klocke, Keith Waterbury; Greenwood Boys, Philip Heldorfer, Joseph Kollasch, James & Jerome Menke, Leroy Meyer; Lotts Creek club, George, Kenneth^ and Charles Bierstedt, Virgean Bierstedt, Darrell Wichtendahl; Lakota Lads, David & James Winter; LuVerne club, Robert Bristow and Gaylen Witzel, Richard Wolf; Plum Creek Boys, Don Etherington, Donald Madsen, Gary Priebe, John Scuff- ham; Portland, David Rasmussen, Jimmie Sparks, Richard Trunkhill; Prairie Future Farmers, Raymond Johnson, Dwight Spangler, Mickey Will; Ramsey Boys, Donald Cogley, Don & Duane Diers, Thomas Nurre, Pat Vaske; Seneca 1'rogessive Farmers, Mary England, juarry Johannesen, St. Joe Trojans, Ava Erpelding, James, Robert & Richard Erpelding, Duane & Don Hilbert, George & txonald Illg, Virgil Wagner; Swea-Harrison Boys, Billy & Maxine Clark, Curtis Hanson, Karen Johanson, Billy Johnson, Arnold & Ronald Linde, Lois McGregor, Richard Ol- Bon, Kenneth Schmicking, Robyn Swanson; Union Boys, Elmer Alt, Dean Dodds, James Erpelding, Tom Henry, James Nitchals, James & Jerry Pingel, Edward Reilly, Howard Tftilges, Wesley Boys, Duane & Jerry Heinen, Chris Nygaard, Philip Seaberg, Daniel Skow; Whittemore Boys, Dennis Elbert, Raymond Elbert, Joseph Loebach, Cletus Mosbach. Award pens ana plaques for outstanding record book work from the Kossuth Co. Bankers' Association •*— Aggressive Lads, Linda Hoeppner and Arnold Sachs; Algona Dairy Club, lius- eell Bode; Buffalo Boys, John >-Algona (la.) Upper Ues Maine* Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Cordes. Richard Fiitx. Wayne Cordes. Linda Fritz; Hurt Bombers. Lynn Bierstedt. Ronald Cherland; Eagle Wildcats. Maurice C'ai-T, James Larsen: Fenton Progressors, Earl Jentz. Jon Jentz, Philip Ruger: GarfielcrHust- lers. Patty Banwart. Gary Banwart, Ronald Banwart, Duanr Metzger, Galen Metzger. Harlan Metzgcr, Karen Banwart. Sidney Banwart, Jeanne nan wart. Terry Frieden. John Ketelsen, A r t Mogler. Grant Hustlers, Danny Anderson, John Pedersen; Greenwood Boys, Philip Heldorfer, Joseph Kollasch, Donald Heldorfer. Roger Menke, Robert Doocy; Lotts Creek. Kenneth Bierstedt, Mark Bierstedt; Lakota Lads, David and James Winter, Mark & Neil Smith; LuVerne Club. Robert Bristow, Gaylen Witzel: Plum Creek Boys, Gary Priebe. John Scuffham, Eugene Gardner. Jerry Raney, Kenneth & Dennis Richter, Rodney Scuffham. Portland Boys, Jimmie Sparks, Paul Larsen; Prairie Future Farmers, Raymond Johnson, Dwight Spangler, Timmy Sorensen: Ramsey Boys, Donald and Gerald Diers; Seneca Progressive Farmers, Larry Johannesen, Kenneth Beaver. James Berg;iin, Donald Hanisch, Craig Jensen, Rodney Jensen, James Jensen, Brian Johnson, Loren Menz, Timothy Struecker; St. Joe Trojans, James, Robert & Richard Erpelding; Don & Duane Hubert; Ronald lilg, Kenneth Bormann; Raymond Erpelding. Kenneth Erpelding. Lenora Hilbert, Howard Kohlhaas. Swea-Harrison Boys, Maxine Clark, Curtis Hanson, Karen Johanson, Leroy i_,arsen, Arnold & Ronald Linde. Lois McGregor, Richard Olson, Kenneth Schmic- king, Robyn Swanson, Betty Hanson, Terry Johnson, Duane Schmicking, Paul Thoreson, Petrea Thoreson, Mary Jo Swanson, Dolores Johanson, Luann Brandt; Union Boys, Jimmy Abbott, Dean Dodds, Tom Henry, Doug Jorgensen, Dean Teeter: Wesley Boys, Chris Nygaard, Daniel Skow. Clubs receiving recognition seals for their outstanding program in i960 w;re — Aggressive Lads, Buffalo Boys, Fenton Pro- gressors, Garfield Hustlers, Lotts Creek Leaders, Plum Creek Boys, Portland Boys, Seneca Progressive Farmers, St. Joe Trojans. Swea-Harrison Boys, Union Boys, Algona Dairy Club, Grant Hustlers, Greenwood Boys, Lakota Lads. Leaders recognized were - five year award of the clover, Eugene Drager and John J. Mosbach; 10 year award of ihe eiu,'- er, Cecil Thoreson and 15 year award of the clover, Gerald Soderberg. Shipler home near Swen City. Levant Moore and girls .spent Thanksgiving Day at Klemme .with Mr and Mrs Vemer Lau and little daughter. Mr arid Alls Clifford VIM in;' spf nt Tuesday al'ternuon in Mason City. The x'oungs were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs Martha Drager. ThimkcgiviiiL; dinner and snp- pi r guests at the 11 o \v a r d Sparks home weie Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean, Mr and Mrs Joe Goet/ and N'orma. Ml ana Mrs Bill Gn"t/ and family. Mr and Mrs Lairy Grandgenett and family. Mr and Mrs John Young- with and daughter, all of Wesley. and Mr and Mrs Paul Kelly of Brill. Dane!! Sparks came home from Iowa State University to spend the Th.inksgiving holidays with his parents. Mr and Mr:-, Howard Sparks. Mr and Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Ruthven r.ime Wednesday after- neon to visit the Ray Fitchs. The Schmidts and the Fitchs went to Livermore Thanksgiving where they spent the day with the Forbus Stiltz family. Breaks Hip Word was received from the Dell Fitchs, of Lebanon, Mo. that Dell had the misfortune of breaking his hip. He had been partially paralyized after « stroke .some- years ago. but had been able lo get around with the aid of a cane. Earl Fitch, olde.-rt son of Mi and Mrs Avery Filch, has been married jusl recently. He was just a little boy when they left here for Missouri. Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham of Elmore and their daughter, Mrs Glen Kennicotl of Oniel, Ncbr. were Monday visilors at the Bernard Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Leroy Phelps and boys were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Phelps home. Levanl and Rollo Moore spent Wednesday al the Claire Moores, helping to do the plowing an* other fall work. Claire has been home from Ihc hospital one week, afler spending several days there with a badly infected eye. Mr and Mrs Olie Krusc of Cylinder and Mr and Mrs Earl Millei 1 of Algona were Sunday gucs/5 at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen and Debbie were Thanksgiving dinner gues_ts at the home of. Mrs Christcnsen's parents, .Mr, and Mrs Harvey Finley. Algona. Frank Becker and Ray Mc- Whorler flew to Grand Island Neb. Wednesday to look at cattle. -.9*19 Thanksgiving Day dinner guesls al Ihe Frank Becker home were Luella Schenck and Ray McWhorter. Bill Ryan and son of Boone called at Ihe Viclor Filch home Friday. | "You are|only young once, af- ,ler lhat ybu need some olher excuse." FENTON uul hobert Burkgren i nt their Thanks- \vijh relatives at Mr and Mrs njirbara ^p i;iving vacation l.);:vton. Iowa. ; Thanksgiving Day guests in Ilii 1 Kivin VnttrliT homo were Mi rind Mrs ivlond Vottelor and r;i!inly. Mi aii'!. Mis Krnest Vol.- It'll r and Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votteler and daunhter (if Lau- i rrns. ; Mrs Freda Siems and Mrs Dora llaack were Thanksgiving Day guests in Hie Gail Berk home at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs L. H. Dreyer en- lerUiined their liOO Club Friday evening. Guests \veie Mr and Mrs t-'aul Eigler and Mr and. MIT, Frank Dreyer. IYi/es were won hy Mrs George Jent/., Mrs Walt Krause and Cnarlc* I\V\vel. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler enier- tnined at a pre-Thanksgiving d: nner on Sunday. Guests were Mrs John Kohlwes. Mr and Mrs Ar!m Kohlwes, Loveda and Bob. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohlwes Of Austin and Judy Eiglcr. Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister was their daughter .Hid family, Mr and Mrs Freder:• k Marsh and Mr and Mrs Earl M.irsh all of New Providence. la. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler spent i >t Monday evening in the John Ki.hKvos home. Mr KohUves was nhserving his 83rd birthday anniversary. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman ,:ul Mr and Mrs William Ilantel- ii'an were Thanksgiving Dav iimner guests in the Ed Bruhn in line. Dinner guests in the Dale Weis- hi od home on Thanksgiving Day •.', t re Mr and Mrs Derwood Voigt •.nd family, Mr and Mrs Dale. Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Charles \Veisbrod, Pamela Weisbrod ami Ana Maria Sin. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager v, ere Thanksgiving Day dinner quests of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and family. Mrs Amanda Kern and Mr and Mrs Alt Mueller were dinner uuests Thanksgiving day in the Lloyd Kern home. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Gerald Schmill home at LuVerno were Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast and Adrian, Mr and Mrs Eugene. Huskamp and Trudy, Mrs Carrie Voigt. and Mrs Olga Huskamp. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Roland Heimann home at Clarion. Mr and Mrs Bob Berkeland and family of St. Paul were weekend guesls m the parental B. G. Berkeland home. They were Thanksgiving day guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs Paul Mork at Forest City. Ringsted Ready For Christmas Ringsfed — "Put Christ Back in Christmas," is the slogan of the Ringsted Business Men's Club for Christmas. President Charles Lund, druggist, said each businessman should follow the slogan this year. Santa will be on hand on Dec. 17 at Ihe August Sorensen store from 1 to 5 p.m. lo visit with children and hand them sacks of candy. Three prizes will be given to the homes wiin the best outside decoration. Nov. 28, the monthly PTO meeting was held at the Rings- ted school. Dr. Lou Shepherd of Iowa Stale Teacher's College presented a travelogue about Alaska. Henry Buck holt z from Spencer spoke. GANDER Ronald Taylor, 4, of Monte- zuina. is a husky lad but he cotildn't lifl his Dad's 1416 pound Canadian gander off the ground recently. His dad said he was so PLANTATION 1 BALLROOM ! n Whittemore, town 1 ___ S SUNDAY, NOV. 27 | Marv Reedstrom I No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 excited from getting the goose that he completely missed a couple of shots nt a flock of low wheeling mallards. This was the first Canadian in five years of hunting. UDM Classified* Par Dividend* Fri., - Dec. 2 Saluting Nora Springs Andy Doll 8t Band Sat., - Dec. 3 Saluting Belmond Charles Trussell And The Airliner* New Years Eve Reservations And Advance Admissions Available To You Now At A Savings Of $1 Per Couple Booths For 6 — $1*80 Booths For 4 — $1.20 Advanced Adm. $2.2$ Each Cheering lOc No Reservations Held After Xmas Night Without Payment Henry Charles Orch. Adm. Nite of Dance $2.75 Ea. Many Home For Thanksgiving, Portland Twp. Portland — Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl and Gene Jandl, Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Hanford Brock and Mike of Woden, Judy Volenlinc of Omaho and Cora Sleeker of Tilonka were Thanksgiving guests in the Mennel Trunkhill home. Mr and Mrs Bill Ross, Arnela and Arthur of Crystal Lake were afternoon visitors. Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart went to Sibley Thursday where they were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs Stewart's sister, Mrs Clyde Guerlin. Mr and Mrs D. C. Hausra'lh and lillle daughter Lisa of Iowa Cily arrived Wednesday evening lo spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Hausrath's parents, Mr and Mrs A. L. Rasmussen. Other Thanksgiving guesls were Mrs Merta Wallace, Marie Grovcr of Algona, Erna Baars, Will Grover, Harold Grover, Mr and Mrs L. J. Fairbanks and Linda, Dr. and Mrs W. Putney, Karen and Keith of Boone, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker and Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenlon were Thanksgiving guesls at Ihe Tom Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle were evening visilors. Barbaia, Roger and Royec Dugan spent the Thanksgiving holidays with the Bill Trenarys, Tom Trenarys and Harold Beckers. Mr and Mrs Robert Ites, Karen and Larry of Alden, Leroy and Gary Davis uncl Phil Carlson were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Jesse Harms home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Mary, Norma and David spent, the evening ;.l the Albert Harms home. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf, and Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf were Thanks- Bain is giving dinner guests at the Brink old. Wilfred Loebig Of Wesley Is Wed Recently Wesley — Wilfred Loebig, Jr. and Margaret Ann Schmitz, bolh of Council Bluffs, were married Oct. 6 in SI. Bom face Catholic church in Westphalia. Rev. H. E. Durcn performed Ihe double ring ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Schmilz of Westphalia and Ihe groom, a son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Loebig of Wesley. Cathy Farragc attended the bride as maid of honor and Maxine Schmit?. was bridesmaid. Shirley Schmilz was flower girl. Rondy Loebig was ring bearer Leo McCarthy was best man. Tom Root of Wesley was groomsman. The bride is a graduate of St. Boniface high school, class o/ 1957 and in 1900 from Mercy School of Nursing in Council Bluffs. She is presently on the Mercy hospital staff. The bridegroom attended Loras College in Dubuque and received his Master's Degree at tht- Statc University of Iowa in I960. He is now employed as an assistant to Ihe hospital administrator at Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs. The groom's parents and sons David. Gary and Randy, Mr and Mrs -Al Loebig, Mr and Mrs Jack Lickteig and Mr_and Mrs L. T. Rool of Wesley' attended the wedding as did the latter couple's son Tom a student al Creighton University in Omaho. Mr and Mrs Clarence E. Bain. of Lake City recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary. They have lived well over eighty years in the same community. Mr 90, Mrs Bain is 89 years i FOSTER'S BONUS OFFER — FOR WISE- EARLY BIRD Christmas Shoppers Your Choice of 2 GIFTS This.... ($29.95 Value) Combination ELECTRIC CAN OPENER & KNIFE SHARPENER WITH YOUR FIRST $150.00 PURCHASE ...or This (29.95 VALUE) 8-DAY SYROCO rSM*.«*TMT*». 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