The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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4 Win Lamb Show Honors Ala0rtti (la.) Upper DM Motn«»-ar Thursday, Jan. 26, 1961 Pictured'from'Iiefi Id Right ale Allen Sfruih'ers, :H6nald Struihers, James Nitchals and Russell Shaw at the Spencer 4-H Wesjtern Lamb Show, Saturday. They 1 each exhibited a pen of 120 lambs and an in- dividual'in the, show. Allen placed second; .Ronald 40th.and -James llth in the individual show. 460 lambs were shown.; The members, received slightly 'over $18.00 per hundred, for their lambs in me sale. '•'''.. ; , ...-,••• Allen ;and; Ronald are members of the Garfield Hustlers 4-H club, led by Art Banwant and Arnold Ketelsen. ;'• . . ' . Members, parents and leaders and extension personnel attended a banquet at Stub',s Ranch House after the show. Members were awarded prize money for their fine showing. Allen Struthers.was presented with a watch for showing the reserve champion lamb by the Clay, County Bank. (Extension Service Foto — UDM Engraving). ^s,_ rF ,^ ^, :v%^4X */ " < 24^*4 -,^"»'» tttt'f «•<•?£ i ' * «5« M Mr? ^i.&J' ' **»*« * V 'thai Henry Schnakenberg, fajher .of M>. ! Thees Sehrt'akenberg, had tfway, ,-Sunday night at Kalherine visiting relatives at Cedar Rapids. , ' Mr and Mrs H. A. Behnke were ••dinner giiests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Henry Kinney at LuVerne. Mrs Leola Halpin came from Ankeny and'r visited friends and relatives a short time. Mrs Cora * Bacon was visited Sunday .by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gene Hofius, Ottosen. Richard Groeri'Of the local police force is i spending the week at Iowa City attending a traffic control school.; . : Mrs Esther Barton was visited a week ago Sunday by -her nephew imd wife, Mr and Mrs Jim Cook and family.; We*bb. Mr and Mrs Paul Petlman were visted over ttije i weekeml by the former's fc'ousmsfjf -M&- and Mrs Roy Paulson, OsseoV Minn. Mr and Mrs A. W. Oberwetter spent the weekend at Adel with the respective mothers Mrs Pearl Oberwetter and Mrs Ada Cook. Mr and Mrs John Schimmel spent the weekend at Des Moines with their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Jerry Schimmel. &MW* ^* McMurray is an d Mrs L. H. Crawford, Min. . neapolis. The women are sisters and upon reaching Florida, stayed at the winter Home of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs George Miller at Port Or T ange. They went-via Kansas City where they visited a relative of Mr Crawford, then to Arkansas and Mississippi. . Conference Mat Title To Bulldogs Mi" and Mrs Jesse-Harms and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Champion Jr. arid, family, Mr and Mrs ,V?ard Champion of St. Ansgar find Rev, and Mrs Routh, Minister, of the Good Hope ,Mcthodist Church, wete Sunday dinner guests in the William Champion Srv home in honor of the bap- tisrri of the twin baby girls of Sill Champion. Jr. Mr and Mrs William Champion Sr. are leaving-Tuesday morning for Texas, where they i will visit their daughter, Mrs Dennis Bietz. David Harms was a Sunday dinner guests Of Roger Bullock, in Burt. In .honor of Roger's birthday. 'Paul Tieman went to Fort Dodge, Sunday, where he visited his Mother, Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy, in Lutheran hospital. She is getting along fine, after having surgery last Thursday. It is believed that she will have to remain in the hospitftl for another week or ten days.; ' • ; Mr and Mrs. Hugh Raney ot Algona i were Sunday afternoon visitors in.«the Ray; Fitch borne. iMr -arid ;Mrs Roger Schmidt arid', family' of Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests, in the Billy Christensert 'home. •.. •• Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms: went to Riceville, Wednesday/ .where they, visited Mr and Mrs John Harms. , ; : . .,' Mrs Milton Steven left Sunday evening, for Iowa City,' where she will enter the hospital again. She is hiring treated for bad headaches. Mrs .Jay Steven is keeping the children. , ' ' i . J «. I Mi 1 , and Mrs' Phillip Veerrnari of DCS Momes was up and spent the week' end at' '..he. Henry Smith home.' Mrs Veermah'is the former Edith Smith.' : ; / ',• "• •Mr. and Mrs Victor Fitch, •• Ko- reh'e and Judy and Charles.'Hix of Gordon, Nebraska, visited the Arnold Danielsens,' Saturday 'evening. • ' - ;. "When the going seems easy. make sure you are not going downhill/' , ,:'.• • :. i i • Tucson Boys • ! Chorus Appears Here Jan. 31 The first ship in 1961 for Algona high was; turned in last Saturday night 'by the Bulldog .wrestling toamj which downed Iowa Falls/30 to 11, in a meet held here. Team contests resulted as follows: ....... 95 ib; — Bill Baker (A) over Jim Duit (IF), 7-2. ' ; . 103 Ib. — Don Hutchison (A) Mr and Mrs'William Anderson | pinned Larry Button (IF). „..„ ..:„;«„,] fi./Wi ThiirsHnV till 119 IK ITJpnrire Ballu were visited from Thursday till Wednesday by ' the • lattcr's mother, Mrs Alice Larson, Pilot Mound. Jeff Atherton, a student at Drake university, Des Moines, will be home for the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs J. J. Atherton. This is the semester, break. Mrs Marie Kunz spent the weekend at Mason City with her son-in-law.and daughter,'Mr and Mrs H. F. Gopelrud and attended the confirmation of their daughter, Nan. Mr and Mrs Hussell Shipler are parents of a daughter born Jan. 22 at Britt. She has been named Angela. There are three other children in the family. Mrs Shipler is the former Darlene Webb. Phil Anderson came from Des Moines and spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson. The daughter Marcia, who is taking special training at Independence will be here this weekend. Visitors at the A. M. Anderson home recently were Lloyd Green and son Pinky of Amarillo, Tex., Roger Miner of Wilmar, Minn., Mrs Lottie Johnson of Kansas City, Mo., and her sister, Johnson of Bancroft. Mrs Mr and Mrs David Barth, Chicago, week visited a few days last at the Bed Priebe home. Mrs .Barth is the former Connie Priebe. They were accompanied by Mrs Paul Perranova and daughter who visited at the parental George Powers home. Mrs Luella Baker has word from Mr and Mrs George Free, Wes£ Covina, Calif,, that they are again grandparents. A dau«hter, who has been named Theresa Marie, was born Sunday, Jan 22 to their daughter, Sue and husband who live nearby. Th" Frees are well known former Algonans. Mr and Mrs W, A. B»r.*y were recently visited by their niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Jerome Voit, Stephen and Susan, Mount Pleasant. They had also visited Mr Voit's mother at St. Joe. Mrs Voit is the former Kathleen Holtzbauer daughter of the late Joe and Rose Holtzbauer. Stephen will soon be at Lackland Field, Tex, where he will be in the air corps. Mrs TwiJla Bartholomew. Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf and Mrs Alice Wilkins h«vc returned from a trip $outh and accompanying Mr 112 l.b. — George B.alluff <A) decisioned Bob Fults (IF), 2-0, ... 120 Ib. Ron Jones (IF) pinned Dave Skogstrqm (A)- ... 127 Ib. — Bob Rausenberger (IF) decisioned Bob.Patton, 2-0. . 133.Ib. -r- Jim Richardson (A) depisioned Don Jones (IF), 1-0. 138 Ib. — Bob Ellefson (A) de- cisioned Dale Bahr (IF), 11-4. 145 Ib. — Terry Ringsdorf (A) decisioned Bob Hinton (IF), 4-0. 154 Ib.'—Jerry Seller (A) pinned Denny Button (IF).. 165 Ib. r— Dennis Bahr (IF) de- cisioned Gary Rich (A), 4-2. Hvyt. — Dennis Richey (A) pinned Virgil Cavuth UF). Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch ; ..One'Of the .finest attractions of the, American concert stage, the Tucson/ Ariz. Boys. Chorus, is sla'ted to* appear in the Algona high .school 1 ' auditorium next Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 8 p.m. The Kossuth Community Concert Association; is sponsoring the ap- pe'afance' of the chorus as one of its regularly scheduled events. The. group,' comprised of 30 boys from eight to 16 years of age, will render original arrangements of songs of the Southwest, carols, folk songs, Mexican novelties and Westerns, an evening of musical fun for everyone. Director of the chorus is Edu- ardcr Caso, who founded the organization in 1939, Roy Ringsdorf was taken to the Mercy hospital, in Mason City. He expected- to have surgery. ; Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Merle and Mr Charles Phelps were Sunday guests irt the Leroy Phelps home, in honor of Douglas Phelps' third birth-1 day, which was Monday, January, 23. Mr P. W. Marlow and Mr Jay Steven left for Excelsior Springs, Missouri, Sunday afternoon, where they wijl have a check up. They expect to be gone about two weeks, Larry Lynn Olson is assisting Mrs Marlow with the chores and riding to school on the bus. Sunday afternoon visi» tors in the P. W. Marlow hpme, were Mrs William Gifford an4 Mrs Billy Gifford of Lone Rotk and Mrs Jay Steven... Mr and Mrs Clifford Young and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern attended a C-P.A. pot Iqck family supper, in Bancroft, §iin* day evening. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen and Debbie were supper guests in the Harvey Finley home, in Algona, Saturday evening- Mr and Mrs Harold Becker .are staying at the Frank Becker home, caring for the Bepkei children. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and Mr and Mrs Earl Shipler left Sunday afternoon, to attend a grain dealers conven* '' sn The Beckers here in Portland., received word, Monday morning, LET US SHOW YOU how to GET MORE PAY LESS "*" ****<* d/KOODf* FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTO INSURANCE NEW ww RATES tivfof 9 KM PITAIl* - CAU. 0| iff DON STARK 318 S. 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