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IfOSSt/rfl COUNTY POUTS 8-Atgona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Aug 20,. 1959 HVHTING and FISHINff fays'™ MANN Editor Of Minnesota Outdoor* One of Minnesota's great pageants ... A spectacular outdoor ox- travaganza presented for the first time during Minnesota's Cenlcn- Annual CHICKEN SUPPER 'Sacred Heart Parish Hall Livermore Sunday, Aug. 30 Serving: 3:30 — 7:30 p.m. Adults $1.25 - Children 50c nial year..: was held again this year at Chisholm, Minn. "Mesabi-From Arrows To Atoms" was held at the Minnesota Museum of Mining Amphitheatre on August 13-14, 15 and 16. It was written by Mrs C. A. Nickoloff of Hibbing and Veda Ponikvar, publisher of the Chisholm Free Press olid Tribune. Last year Miss Ponikvar told us: "For millions of years Mesabi. the sleeping giant has been roaming the red-dust ridge. Seen by the Indians and fur traders of early Minnesota history, he docs not become a living personality until discovered for his potentialities by the Merrill Brothers in 1891. The pageant is historical authentic, powerful. It is filled with drama, pathos and humor. It is a story of the great Norlh Star Slale and of Chisholm. and the iron range." Iron OTP in It. You'll see an | underground locomotive, ore cars and other equipment In a ISO foot mine drift. . CHiSHOLM MttfdttY — In 1908, a forest fire burned <ttie city of Chisholm to the ground. Today, because of a great will to re-build their city, the citizens of this community number more than 8,060. The principal industry of Chisholm, like many other Iron Range communities, is iron ore mining. It is reputed to hnve the largest undeveloped iron ore deposils of any Mesaba Iron Range cily and for that reason has a bright future ahead. —o— Chifholm has some of the fines! schools frt the Slate, flight !ft the heart of the corrtmunity is located beautiful I ongyeaf L*ke and on an island in it's waters, the Chisholm Jaycee's have constructed an outstanding ^colored water fountain. The Chisholm Memorial Hospital is onu of the finest in the Northwest and the Chisholm Public Library .boasts the finest collection of foreign books on the Iron Range. Plans to present the "Passion Play" in late August are also being completed. You Won't want to miss seeing the "Minnesota Museum of Mining" at Chisholm, in the famous 'Minnesota Arrowhead Country. Garrigan Announces Its 23-Game Athletic Slate SEE THE MUSEUM — When,you are in Chisholm be sure to take the trip through the Museum of Mining ... one of the top tourist attractions of this or any other state. The Museum enables the visitor to see ore cars, one of the first locomotives and steam shovel used in early mining operations. You may go down into an underground mine with »« Served in the Gracious i Atmosphere of the Ballroom Each Sunday — 11:30 a.m. to' 3:00 p.m. Featuring Music on the Hammond Organ 4ft Delicious Food r • i'« Graciously Served Sunday Dinners Frbrri $1.40 Up HOTEL ALGONA COFFEE SHOP and DINING ROOM YOU'RE in TUNE in TU-TONE T 1 BOWLING SHIRT EXCLUSIVE i i * i SHIRTS AND FROM MATCHING BLOUSES $4.95 ThBr hf n »°h^ ci> e *? r ? l ?u tbl * Citing new shirt and hing blouse. Note these important features: • The smart contrast piping on pockets and SI66V68* • The bowling man on shirt pocket, bowline embroidered" 86 P ° cket ' nandsom ely Bilk• The contrasting collar trim. • The washable cruiser fabric ... cut extra ion£ find dxtrft iuu &nd KUfttfUitecxi for f& *ull &6&Bon of pl&y* ,^ , ,, „» ^rTca"' 1 *** bfit 10 ° K lta bwt when 9™-<to»M *Y\ '' «Sn nSSlf m » er * ' ' i? our team ta «^glbi« 'op nooo and %r^Y < • ?8<w bon<i awar<j8 when yo.urs r.eglBterea CrowBPriwS /.?,' Order your Crown Prino* AU Amerlcftat The Garrigan High School Booster Club held ils organizational mceling Aug. 10 in Ihe high school office. II was agreed upon at the meeting to hold the annual kickoff mooting Aug. 28. At this meeting the directors from the five parishes will meel wilh Iheir helper. 1 ? to receive the envelopes obtaining the membership lickels lo be sold Aug. 29 lo Sept. 8. •Membership Uckels wilt entitle the holder to attend all .home alhlelic conlesls as well as all Booster Club aclivilies, Ihe Garrigan High School Annual Alh- lelic Banquet and any olher social evenls sponsored by the Garrigan High School Booster Club. The Garrigan High School athletic schedule, including eight football and 15,basketball games, for the year 1959-1960 follows: FOOTBALL Sept. 12—Lake Park, Here Sepl. 19—<Ft. Dodge .St. Edmond, There Sept. 25—Watei-loo Columbus, There Oct. 2 —Austin 'Pacelli, Th'ere Oct. 9 —(Marshalllown St. Mary's, Here Oct. 23—Renwick Boone VMley, Hero Oct. 31—Emmetsburg Catholic, Here Nov. 6 —Carroll Kuemper, There BASKETBALL Nov. 28—Mason City St. Joseph There Dec. 4 —Emmetsburg Catholic, There Dec. 5 —'Carroll Kuemper, Here Dec. 11—Poca<honlas Catholic Here Dec. 12—Bancroft St. John's, . • There Dec. 18—-Mason Cily Holy Family, Here Jan. 2 —Mankato Loyola, Here Jam 9 —Ft. Dodge St. Edmond .Here Jun. 15—Bancroft St. John's; Here Jan. 16—Mason City-SI. Joseph Here Jan. 22—^Pocahontas Catholic There Feb. 5 —Emmelsburg Catholic, Hero Feb. 6 —Mason City Holy (Family, There Feb. '12—'Mankato Loyola, There Feb. 19—Ft. Dodge SI. Edmond, There Bancroft Edges Tuesday Night The Kossuth County Basebati League all-stars gave the Bancroft Chicks a real battle all the way Tuesday night before drop* pins? an 8-7 decision at Bancroft The losers led, 7-5, until the Chicks rallied for three runs in the bottom of the ninth. A home run by Downs tied the count and a pair of singles and a walk settled the issue. Leading hitters in the fray were Doug Meyer, who got three blows for the winners, Abraham, Gordy Winkql and Hutchdnson of the Chicks and Johnson of the all-stars with two hits each; Whittemore remains in first place in the County League aftei a 10-inning, 5-4 win over Mallard Sunday. In other loop frays, West Betid downed St. Joe, 11-9, Humboldt downed Lone Rock, 10-3, and Ayrshire bumped Algona, 8-3. West Bend will travel to Lone Rock; Algona to Whittemore Humiboldt to St. Joe; and Mallard to Ayrshire for games this Sunday. In Softball Meet Kossuth county will compete in the Farm Bureau a-rea Softball tournament at Alta at 9 p.m., Saturday. If Kossuth county wins, it will advance to the semifinals Sunday. . The winner of the area tourney at Alta will advance to the state finals' at Boone Aug. 30. City. 'Mr and (Mrs Johnie Tobin Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emil Larson The Walter Magnusens called, at the Duane Pilcher home at East Chain Monday evening. His mother, Mrs.Earnest Picheh, 63, died at Fairmont Monday morning. .Mr and Mrs Walter (Magnusen visited at the home of her parents, the Loren Cutlers at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Fred Fahy of Timber Lake came Sunday to visit her cousins, the Waller C. Petersons and the Emil Larsons. Wade Lee, baby son of the Wayne, Jorgensens, was baplized Saturday evening and members of the family gathered at the Jorgensens later to observe .this event. Guests were Mrs Hilda Fosgren, the Weldon Brandts and Elmer Jorgensens, greal-grand- molher and grandparents. Delores Johanson, daughter bJ the Everell Jolransons underwent minor surgery at the Holy Family hospital Monday morning. Delores had her tonsils removed and was lo remain in the hospilal overnight Mrs Marvin Larson spent last week al the Baptist Bible Camp al Iowa Falls as camp nurse. The Les Cassem family of Ft. Dodge and 'Dorothy Lanus of Rolfe were Sunday guests at the Herb Pap'enfuhs home. Mr and Mrs Arthur E. Anderson called on the Robert Andersons to honor birthday. Mr and Mrs Francis Torino met Mr and Mx-s Stanley Hladick at Clear 'Lake Sunday for a picnic. Weekend guests at the Thomas Prestons were Mr and Mrs Ed- Football Drills To Open All Over County Fodtball practice will begin at practically £very school in this area hext Monday, Aug. 24. Equipment will be distributed iri Algbna's two high schools, Garrigan and the public school, this weekend and tough, shaping up drills will follow Monday, Each of the squads has 13 lettermen back for another year of football. It is probable the football rosters at thte two schools may total 60 candidates each. Garrigan and the public school will each open at home. The public school Bulldogs will meet Erm metsburg here Friday night, Sept. 11, at the fairgrounds and Garrigan will host Lake Park ,on the Garrigan field the following night. Beanie Cooper is coach of the Garrigan Golden Bears, who art; starting their first season of actual game competilipn, and Harold Shugart is head coach of the public school Bulldogs. Sixty irier cent of the land in Uruguay is .devoted to stock- raising. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Schedule Eight-day Races Chrischilles Is New C. C. Champ A new Atgona Country Club golf champion was crowned Sunday afternoon when Julian Chris- chilles edged George Duvall, 2 to 1 in the finals of the annual club tournament. The golfers were tied at the end of nine and 18 holes, but the new champ took a three-up lead early in the third round and hUng on to take the cup. Injured On Bicycle Jerry Steinberger, 9, of Armstrong was injured there Thursday, Aug. 13, when the bicycle he was riding struck a car trailer on highway 9. He Was thrown from the bicycle to the pavemen] and suffered head bruises anc three fractured ribs. According to authorities, Jerry turned in'tc a trailer Which was being pullec by an auto driven by Marlin Jacobsen, 23," Morris, 111. No Lone Rock Picnic • it was announced this week that Lone Rock wouid not hold ts' annual 'community picnic this summer. IP IT'S HEW9 Wfi WAHT It COME TO MINNEAPOLIS AND THE U/* ' ••• %W'.v ward Stafford of Sioux Falls and LeeOra Peters of Iowa iFalls. Mr and Mrs Bill Tokheim were Sunday evening guests at the Pres- lons. Mr and Mrs Russell Slrayer look their children, Kandis and Rodney to Hartley Thursday evening to stay a week at their grandparents, the Nick Verdoes home. Mr and Mrs Russell Strayer drove lo Mason City Saturday morning and were guests o: Russell's sisler, Ihe Richard Jobes, and from Ihere Ihe two couples went to Iowa City lo visil , another sTsler and family, the Ihe Terry Baldwins. Weekend guests at the John Cordes wei-e their daughter and baby Ihe Don Lunnings of Kasson, Minn. Mrs Cordes' mother, Mrs Grace lLowe and two nieces of Rolfe and Mr and Mrs Richard Brown, Woden, were Sunday guests. Afternoon callers were Mrs Hjerb Papenfuhs, Mary and Roger. -Mrs Kenneth Hoss of LeMars and s-isiler^in-law, Helen Hoss came Sunday to spend a week at the Leo Guerdet home. Dennis ai><J Pwight Guerdet spent last week at JLeMars. My an4 Mrs Otto Laysen are building a new home in Swea =xi drove to Spirit Lake Saturday lo bring home their daughter, Mrs Orpha Briggs and her daughter, S'heryl, who-spent the week at Camp Quest. Mr and -Mrs Arnold Duer arid Family were guests Sunday at the Oscar Behrends home at >a birthday party honoring three small boys who were celebrating their birthdays together. The boys, Paul and Mark Behrends and Billy, Hassel, are cousins of the Duers. Mr and Mrs Jerry Kaufftnan and family of Des Moines were Sunday visitors at the Earl Kauffman home. ' The Orville Rippentrops of Mason City and Ihe Homer Hen- riksens of Ringsted and Mr and MrsiRaymond Brandt and 'family were Sunday callers a,t : the Everett Rippentrop 1 home. "••' •Mrs Fred Newlin and grandson Dennis Newlin were weekend guests, of Ihe Gene : Newlins at Harlan. Mary Dresser of Ames spent: a week recently at the Mancil Hurl- burl home. • Monday, Mr and Mrs.. William Sanders drove to Woolstock to visit her brother, Andrew Grand 1 geonge. ' Judy Decker is visiting this week al Ihe 'home of her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs John Christiansen at Bode. , t . Mr and Mrs Ant Pelerson were Sunday guesls al the home of Mrs Peterson's sisler, Mrs Isaibelle Dahl at Algona. The Leroy Sarcfiners are here from Minneapolis for a week visiting with his parents, Ihe Frank Sanflners and her mother, VIrs - Cm-istine Swanson and other relatives'. Last Monday the Bob Berggren 'amily of Rochester and the Wayne Thompsons spent the day, al Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Francis Torine spenl Friday through Sunday at Traer with their daughter and son-in-law, the Bob Himes. Mrs Wayne Jorgensen entertained at a farewell party for Mrs •eorge Mackamul and her mother, Mrs A. C. Jones Thursday. Guests were Mrs Kenneth Nah- ligal and girls,, Mrs Lorimer. Bjorklund and 'Kiirt, Mrs .Van Berkum and Bruce and Mrs Dick Shoenhair of Bancroft The last news the Virgil Jensens had from Marcia, she was in Rome, Italy. .So far she has Des Moines, la.: Midwest auto race fans were given some good news this week. With the booking of five days and three nights of auto races for this year's Iowa State Fair, officials reported that this will be the largest schedule* of auto speed events ever held in the midwest* The schedule includes big car races Aug. 28, 30, Sept. 2 and 5; jalopy races Aug. 29 and 31; stock car races Aug. 29 and Sept. 6. Above aro speedway cars rounding the west curve at the Iowa State. Fair now the fastest half mile dirt oval in the nation* Switzerland and Italy. \ 1 Kenneth Isaacson returned to Holy Family Hospital to have a new cast put on his leg. Patty Bathe was honored July 28 in celebration of her 12th birthday. The Thomas Prestons were Sunday dinner guests of the Sam Links and on Friday evening they called on the Martin Tokheims. Ma- and; Mrs Carl Lien, Larry and Linda were guests Sunday evening at the Robert Anderson home. The group was observing Mrs Lien's birthday. In the evening, Mr and Mrs Morris Lien and Randy broughl cake and ice cream for Ihe occasion. Other guesls were Mr-and Mrs Arnold McFarland. Last Sunday Mr and Mrs William Kelly and Regina of Gukeen were guesls of the Glen Burls and on Tuesday, Ihe Burls were guests of Ihe Kellys. Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson, the Gunnard Larsons, the Harold Roalsons and the Wallace Dawsons from this area altend- ed the wedding of Judy Drew al Walerloo. The Russell Strayers were Sunday aflernoon callers at the Wendell Ditsworth home. ' Mr'and Mrs' Robert Blomster were visitors at Clear Lake, Sunday. 'Dinner guesls at the (Paul Wiechmann home Sunday were •he Luverne Larsons and the Wendell Dilsworlhs. visited England, Holland, France, How to liven up potato salad Just mix it with Miracle Sandwich Spread! Kraft makes this tasty spread by adding special relishes to a creamy ' zeaty dressing. Great oa head lettuce. too, Try iU Miracle BARN An old. barn on the Donald and Jim Orr farm near Fayelte gave way to age and weight recently and collapsed. 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