The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1959
Page 8
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7 (la.) Upper D« Mdlrtes Thursday. Jun» 2$, Kossuth Sends Delegation To State 4-H Meet Kossuth County's delegates to the State 4-H Boys' Short Course returned to their homes last Thursday with a new understanding of their career opportunities. At the three day meeting held on j the Iowa State College campus at Ames, the delegates got a preview of the changing role of Iowa agriculture. The local delegation was made up of Ronald Cherland, Lone t>n«v. -p) arT ^,jj Berkland, Fenton; Kenneth Klocke, Ledyard: Joe Kollasch, Bancroft: David Winter, Lakota; Charles Bierstedt, Whittemore;.Donald Madsen and Jack Trunkhill, Burt; Curtis Hanson, Swea City; George Cunningham, Wesley: Philip Fisher, Jr., West Bend; and Bill Bcsch, Whittemore. They were accompanied by Maurice Bilsborough, Buffalo Boys 4-H leader and Robert C. Johnson, assistant county extension director. Kossuth club members taking part in the program included — Roger Dreyer. state 4-H president, who presided over the state business meeting: Philip Fisher. Jr., county president, who acted as a group discussion leader; George Cunningham and Jack Trunk- hill, who sang in the state boy's chorus. Theme of this year's short course was "Focus on Careers." Some 1200 4-H'ers heard key speakers emphasize repeatedly mat Iowa agriculture is in a period of adjustment, and one's abilities and opportunities in a future career need to be weighed carefully. Hotter Than All Git Out Temperatures in Algona during the past week made it obvious that summer is here. Only one days reading on Weatherman, Wayne Johnson's high temperature thermometer went below 80, but on the other hand, it didn't get into the 90's, until Wednesday, at least. The readings: Caihken Jdahne, infant ter of Mr and Mrs James E. Doocy was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. . . -~o— Mf and Mra Charles McVay left Sunday for their annual business tour of Montana. They expect to return about the middle of July. —o— Mr* Floyd Turner and MM Marjorie Apple spent Wednesday at Armstrong with the former's sister, Mrs Amanda Peterson. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Turner had as their overnight guest, their grandson, Jerry DeKruif of Sheldon. Jerry is the son of the former Pauline Turner and attends Iowa State Teachers College at Celar Falls. H L June 18 81 60 19 85 57 20 82 52 21 85 62 22 78 52 23 80 51 25 — 00 Rain .ID trace Around Algona Xi Xi Exemplar chapter of Beia Sigma Phi had a come-as-you-are breakfast Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs Dean Taylor. The members were called early Monday morning and were pledged to come to the party just as they were dressed at the time of the phone call. Seventeen members *vci-e present; sixteen of them were wearing pajamas. Mr and Mnr Paul Thacker and sons of Amboy, Minn, moved to Lone Rock Monday where Mr Thacker is employed nt the Kos suth County Implement shop as parts man. He was formerly employed at the Ford Motor Co., in Amboy. 'They have two sons, Kirk, 3, and Paul III, 5. Mrs Thacker is a sister of'Mrs Gerald Radig and Mrs Louis Seegebarth of Lone Rock. —o—• Mrs D. P. Smith received a newsletter of the Tuscon, Ari/.. church of which the Rev. George Vance is pastor, containing notice of the birth of twin granddaughters to the Vance's. Deborah Lynne and Dianne Louise are the'daughters of Mr and Mrs Barton Marshall, Long Branch, New Jersey. Mrs Marshall is the former Charlotte Vance and Mr Marshall is in the U.S. Army Reserve. Rev. George Vance is a former pastor pf the First Congregational church here and the family is well remembered by many Algonnns. Whipple held a batbecu<? Tuesday evening honoring - her houseguestj Mari^i Roth of Mason City. Marilyn is spending the week at the Roger Whipple hbfne, 609 So. Dodge. Guests attending were; The honorec, and Sheryl Hill of Titonka, Bonnie, Ltfna, .and Debbie Cook, Sherri Baker, Tanya Oberwetter, Dianne and IHn- da Allen, Emmy Lou Gartnii and Anne, Jeanne, Lynn Elizabeth, Dave and Johnny Whipple, *""" O"""" •f-- Mr and Mrs Charles Hoffman and daughter Lavonne were pleasantly surprised Sunday to receive a Father's Day phone call from their son and brother, PFC. James Ro Hoffmann who was in Tokyo, Japan • enjoying a short leave. The call came through* at 7-15 here and it was 10:15 p.m. in Japan, making a difference of 15 hours. James is stationed about 50 miles north of Seoul, Korea, —o— Mr and Mrs James Will and family were at Sibley Sunday attending a family reunion at the homo of Mr and Mrs Walter Will, the latler's parents. 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