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(to.) Upptr thtifitday, S»pf. 3, 19S9 11 County 4-H Boys, Girls Win At Slate Fair' James Erpelding of Algona won top honors in the State 4-H Poland China show, August 28, at the Iowa State Fair. James won first prize on his Poland China litter and first with his boar and first and llth With gilt entries. James is the son of Mr and Mrs Peter Erpelding <of Al- pona and belongs to the Union Boy's 4-H club. Dean Dodds of Algona placed fifth with his Duroc Market? litter and received two red ribbons on his individual market pigs.. Philip Heldorfer won thWrd place in the State 4-H Skille Tractor Driving Contest. He \V first place winner in the foft' wheel driving event and secont in the two wheel event and completed both events in one minute- less time than his closest competitor. The contest consisted of a written test, practical tractor inspection, safety operating procedure, and a two and four wheel driving skill events. Philip is the son of Mr and Mrs Erwin Heldorfer of Bancroft and is a member of the Greenwood boy's 4-H club. Jerry England of the Seneca 4-H club placed llth in the State Tractor Rodeo contest in competition with thirty top drivers from over the state. Jerry is the son , of Mr and Mrs Lyle England of Fenton. Results from the exhibits representing the Kossuth County 4-H -girls on display at the Iowa State Fair have also been received. These exhibits judged first at the Kossuth County achievement show, then at _ State Fair earrie'd eight blue ribbons and four red ribbons for the • girls. All exhibits will be on display at the 4-H.department underneath the grandstand.. Exhibitors ^ and winnings include — " . . .. Blue — Donna Ingebntson, Elmore, Minn., picture frame; Janet Walker, 'Swea City, picture frame; Sylvia Eden, Titonka, window curtains; Sylvia Eden, stand; Mary McDonnell, Whittemore, chair; Mary O'Brien, Bode, storage box; Melissa Nygaard, Wesley, painted unit; Ruth Ann Klein, Irvington, furniture grouping Four girls will present their •winning demonstrations. Ruth Ann Klein and Mary Alma O'Brien, members of the Home Furnishing team, and Janet Wai ker and Maxine Clark compose the special activity team. Theji were -accompanied by Mrs Ralph Walker, Jr.," Mrs Alvin Klevn Mary Staudt, county extension home economist and Ann Walters, Extension trainee. Burl Elevator Has New Grain ie Unit Nafl Secretary Of Farm Bureau To Speak Here Plans for a Farmer-Business Banquet, Sept. 24. are being finalized by Kossuth Farm Bureau members. According to Harry Nafffcipt-r. County Farm Bureau President, LuVefne, the Banquet is the first of its kind sponsored by the Farm Bureau and Roger Fleming, the American Farm Bureau Secretary of Washington, D. C. has been secured us the banquet speaker. The High School facilities in Algona will be used. The dinner is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. with the program beginning at 7:45 p.m. Cecil Long, Algona, is chairman' of the event. Farm Bureau members in the County wi!l be inviting their business men friends as their guests. The tickets nrc presently in the hands of nearly 150 members, who will distribute! them to many of the 1600 members in the county. Nursing Rewarding, But Not 'Easy 1 Says Whittemore Is / HewKossufh League Champ Whillemore he Kossuth officially County clinched Baseball L.eague title during the weekend,' despite a 4-3 loss to Algona on ; the Algona KC. diamond. The., win was the first, for Algona after 13 osses. although two earlier vic- .orics were removed from- the win column at mid-season-'when the Algona club used ^somev ineligible players. ;• Andreasen hurled the win for Algona, allowing only two'hits. Algona put together a walk to* rill, a single by Straub, doubles 3y the two Andreasens and an error for three runs in the irVb'me lalf of the second inning and was nftver headed. The three counters ran the total to ,4-0 as the locals scored a ruri without,.a;hit in the first. • * ' i: , ; j.... A pair of walks; a fielder's choice and an error gave Whittemore a momentary 2-1 lead in the top of the secbnd. The losers got their final tally on a walk and a double by Derner in the seventh. • : , ..... Box score: Whitiemore (3) AB H --H Louck _ 4 0 -.1. Shriner —v— 3 0 " 0 J. Kollasch •'„— ,:4 0 -> 0 Mergen —.4 0 A 0 D. Kollasch 3 1 ' 0 Farrell _ 3 1 .0 G. Meyer _ 1 1 1 .....0 Derner _•_..„'• 4 -0 1 Pettit _'_ ,3 0 0 B. Meyer 1 0 0 Storagi A new 'grain storage building has been completed at the Farmer's Elevator -at Burt. A new office building and scale are cur- recently under construction. The new building, of 160 bushel capacity, brings the total storage to 1,425,000 bushels, Similiar to one built a year ago, the building is a pole type structure. The exterior is corrugated, steel. The bin is equipped with electric powered ventilation. An Auger runs the length of thq building. The company now has capacity for 750,000 bushels of govern-* merit .flat storage and 675,000 bushel capacity for company elevator and flat storage. All but a 60,000 bushel space has been built in the last five years. 30 -3'- 2 Algona (4) AB R H Froehlich _ 30 0 J. Andreasen __ 3 0 ...A- Rahe 5 • 0 0 G. Winkel _—_ 502 E. Winkel ,__..__ 4 0 ...0 Grill - 3 .. 1 0 Straub _._ 4 • 1 -1 •Hood 4 0 1 D. Andreasen __ 3 1 .1 34 Humboldf Man Charged Here Wild OJVLVJ. A Humboldt man, Bernard Helmke, was arrested by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst Tuesday afternoon in Union township and later charged with OM.V.I. in Justice C, H. Ostwinkle's court. He waived preliminary hearing, his bond was set at $350 and furnished and he was bound over to the September term of district court. • Other fines paid in Ostwinkle's court during the week included James W. Pettit, Lone Rock, $13.20' and costs,, axle overload; Robert J- Umscheid, Milford, stop sign, $10 and costs; Floyd L. ^ Ajrostrong, ^ Wesley, stop sign, $10 and costs; Carence N. Fish, Wesley, storfsign, $15 and costs; Jerry D, Gist, Bancroft, improper muffler, $5 and costs (fine sus- ppnded); Gary T. Pearson, Westey, failing to haye car under control Appoint New Supervisor At Weidenhof f Co. William F. .('Bill) Kraft, form erly of Kenosha, Wis., has recent ly 'been appointed supervisor o the department of methods an standards at Weidenhoftf ; • Corp here. Mr Kraft is living in Algon now with his son, Billy, 16, and will be joined by his wife, Dorothy, and their youngest son. Brad, 11, as soon as living quarters can be arranged. Mr Kraft has had 15 years of experience in this line of work, being formerly associated with the Snap-On Tools Corporation and the Simmons Corporation in Kenosha, before assuming his present position. Nursing school is no place for* a girl if she wants an "easy 1 " 'ducation, but if she wants a .ense of deep satisfaction accorrt- jlished through much study and nard work she should consider jeing a nurse, is the opinion of Vliss Marcia Andersbn pf Algona/ Marcia, daughter of Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson, is a junior this year in Iowa Methodist School of Nursing,' Des Moines. Vlr Anderson is a rural mail carrier. . "This task of becoming a nurse is not simple and no girls should enter a school of nursing with that attitude. But the pride in achievement, in feeling that you are becoming a real Hurse, can only come through hard work," says Marcia. * / • Much of Marcia's first year Was spent in taking classes at Drake University. Now, in her junior year, she will take her specialties. She thinks she will prefer pediatrics, which is the nursing of children. ' "I like people and/want to help them. .That is why I want v 'tpibe a nurse. Sometimes I am asked about the pay. A nurse make an adequate salary but one should never go into the profession for just that reason." Graduations? J-wo years off but Marcia thinks she'd 'like to stay on at Iowa Methodist and work in the Raymond Blank Memoria wing. After Marcia's grandfather died Two sons prece d c d him in death. ive years ago she decided she ' ' would make it her life's work to help people in sickness. This conviction was deepened when her aunt died just a few weeks be- ore Marcia entered the school nursing. The day t before she e-ft for.-. the school; her other randfather suffered a stroke. "Some girls say they'd rather nurse strangers than their rela- ives but I get greater satisfaction 'rom nursing my own relatives." -She finds pleasure in' her daily 8-hour floor shifts this summer. "People sometimes ask me if the patients don't 'get grouchy and hard to take care of. I can truthfully say I enjoy working with all of them. If some,.get a little difficult I remind myself that they are sick and then I am thankful that I am able to care for them." She likes to do many things in the social line. She enjoys tennis and swimming. She attends mixers to which students from Drake University, Iowa State University and Simpson College are invited. She gets home once or twice a month and enjoys every minute of her visits there The world looks upon Marcia pretty much as Marcia looks upon the world. She is a favorite at the school of nursing In the above picture Marcia i at the left, with Sue Graham another student nurse, in the center, talking to Chaplain Scheerer of the hospital. H. G. Hamilton -."••'•'. t Funeral Monday •i * ' At Bancroft ^ Funeral services fol* Harold G. Hamilton;-.64, well-known Bancroft hatchery owner, were held Monday morning in St. John's Catholic church there.- Msgr; J. H. Sthultes officiated and burial was in St. John's cemetery. Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.„• Pallbearers' at the services were Leo Smith, Cyril Miller, Andrew Boyer, Phil Inrnan, John V. Droessler and Wilbur Fox. 5 Mr 'Hamilton died Thursday at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital" at Marikato.l Minn. He had undergone surgery there about a month ago and had been ;hospitalized •since. • •• ..- •••- V. v, ''•', •: ..f: : • ' •, Mr Hamilton' lived in Bancroft for 33 years' and established the ' iirst Hamilton Hatchery there. He also had h,ateheries at Titonka, Wesley and LuVerne~." Surviving are his wife; •> She former Gertrude Krapp, his mother,! Mi's Emma Hamilton, ten sons, a daughter and'a..brother, Vernon Hamilton, Ontario, .Calif. Ex-Kossuth Man Dies In Crash I III" • '" In Illinois Portland Twp. §y Mf*. Vfefof Pitch Diane, Anita, Patty and Virginia Moore spent last week with their aurtt and uncle, Mr and.Mrs Vemer Lati* at Klemme. Theif father, Levant Moore, went iowtt Sunday to bring them home. Mr and Mrs Henry Radmaker visited in , the • Donaid Ringsdorf home Tuesday evening. Dick Trunkhitl 'spent Thursday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Sherald Sydnes at Ames. He is one of the F.F.A. ushers in the grandstand at Des Moines for the State Fair. Nnncy Presthus spent a few days last weefc at the Carol Lashbrook home at Mason City. They brought her home Saturday and enjoyed a picnic with Nancy's parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Presthus. , Mr and Mrs. HaroQd Presthus and family and Mr and Mrs Bud Marlow and Roger also attended the supper.- Mrs Mary Myers and Mr and Mrs John Pink Visited Thursday afternoon at the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home. Friday even- irig callers at the Phelps home were Mrs Frank Walton of Rolfe and Mrs Eddie Hubbell and children of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunk- hill and family, spent • Sunday afternoon at the Tony Jandl home. ' . . Mrs Lawrence Govern just returned from a 10 day trip with, her brother, Frank J. Murphy ol Des Moines. They visited an aunt, Mrs Al Kennedy in Cumberland, Maryland,, an uncle, Krank Murphy of Pittsburg, Pa. and another uncle, Anthony Murphy of Cleveland, Ohio. They also visited the John Roddy, Tom Roddy and Michael Roddy families at Cleve- Mrs Lawrence Halter of Melbourne spent five days .visiting Mrs Lawrence Govern. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy', Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger and Gus. Pothoff, Lakota, went to Fort Dodge Saturday Rites Held Here Monday moved east three , bl« ^oms td - GIrtiiW streets; soutt* /boctftdfif? Irom.dait to Stele* Mreet. east t!«e bleWta to C&r*ie1d south Boundary »-- « c % addec add . __M at ttife tfpp** P"ub. Co.» Algeria. .^. evening and attended the barn dance. Korene and Judy took part in the program. ' Mr and Mrs Duane Murphy and Becky, Blue Earth, Minn, and Barbara ahd Mary Ellen Farrow, Lakota, all-nieces of Vincent and Lawrence Govern, were Sunday visitors in'the Govern home. Mr and Mrs Ed Brandt and family were also Sunday callers. Mr and. Mrs Jack Tieman entertained Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe a week ago Sunday in honor oi. Mrs,Wolffs birthday. The Wolfes are mother and father'of'Mrs - funeral seVvices for ' Leflf 6, Miller, 56, Algona, Were held Monday morning in St. .Cecelia's datholic church here. Msgr. J», P. Gearen officiated and burial was in Calvary, cemetery:, Ham* icon's Funeral Home was.irl charge of arrangements. . Pallbearers at the services were Guy Harmoh. Cliff Behschoter, Ralph Archibald, Robert -Har rison, Arthur 1 Glaser and , Ted Hoover. •Mr MiMer died. Friday after an illness of several months at his farm home where .he was born. He was the son of the .late Chris Miller and his wife, Mrs Agnes Miller. He spent his entire life in this communityi Survivors; include his widow, Anna, his mother, Mrs Agnes Miller, a son, Chris, Algona; fouf daughters, Mrs Janies (Virginia) Schenck, Waterloo, ' Mrs Roger (Betty) Hoover, Mrs Dick (Shirley) Young, both 'Algona, and Diana, at home. There are two sisters, iMra Prank Weiskamp, Medford, Oregon, and Mrs Arnold (Mary) Eltoert, Algona, and 10 grandchildren. F " Algona's Wards Changed; Will Help Voting Algona's four wards were re- arr.anged during a meeting of the city council here Wednesday night, Aug. 26." ' Here's how the boundaries • have been changed: •First ward —-> East boundary .moved three .blocks -east from Moore to Minnesota . streets boundary on the north remains at State street. ' ' Second ward — West boundary moved east three blocks from Moore to'Minnesota streets; nprtl boundary now State street instead of Call. jjit yy. ^j -. ,-^. : .t^. r\ ^ ^ - ^'.' ' ^ THE ALGONA Monday, Sept. 1th SECURITY STATE MEMBERS-OF F. D. I. C. and costs; Fred Mc- Elniore, stop §Ign, $5 cost$; Vincent H. ESkermann, speeding at night, Leo J, Fndefes, Al- Sept. 10 Deadline On '60 Soil Bank Thursday, September 10, is the last day farmers can take the first necessary step to participate n the Soil Bank's 1960 Cpnserva- ion Reserve Program, Richard I, Anderson, chairman of the Kossuth county ASC committee re- >prted this week. The first step s for each farmer who wishes to offer cropland under the program ;o ask the county ASC committee ;o set a basic annual rate per-acre for the land offered. The period for filing such re- auests is from August 24 throuph Sept. 10. The chairman emphasized that no requests will be accepted after September 10. After the basic rate has been established for * the land offered, the farmer will then have an opportunity to apply for a contract .at anv figure below the basic rate. If the offer can be accepted, the farmer will be notified of the date by which he must return the signed Conservation Reserve contract to the county ASC office, Qrowers who participate in the program receive cost-sharing help in establishing approved conger* vation practices on the reserve4 land, and annual rental payments for the life of the contract. John Kemna Of Bancroft Dies, * Funeral Held Funeral services for John H. Kemna. 60, Bancroft retired farmer, were held Wednesday at 9 a.m. in St. John's Catholic church there. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiated, burial was in John's cemetery and Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr Kemna died Saturday in the Veteran's hospital at Des Moines. He had been in failing health for the p^st 18 months. John H. Kemna was born Nov. 23, 1892 at Mortensurg. Mo. and was later married to Helen Zeimet at St. Joseph. Ife farmed most of his life in the St. Joseph, West Bend and Bancroft areas and moved to Bancroft in 1957 when he retired. He was in the army during World War 1. Survivors include five sons, Joseph, Lawrence and John, Bancroft; and Leo and Harold, For4 Scott, Kan.; four daughters, Rosemary (Mrs'Gordon Dudding), na (Mrs Gordon Delperdang) JoAnne, Bancroft: arid Irene John Rosensieil), Algona; Funeral services were held Friday morning for a former, well-known Kossuth county resident, Henry Robert Arndprfer. Jr., 38, a victim of a car accident near his present home at Woodstock, 111. Father Bean ofificiat- ed at the Recmiem High Mass .in St. Mary's Catholic church at Woodstock and burial was.iri Calvary cemetery there. There were military rites, also. Mr Arndorfer vj*ls alone in his car about 11:40 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25. It is thought he may have fallen' asleep at the wheel. His car had been on and off the road for about 160 feet before the machine struck a guard rail on a bridge. The car then traveled another 130 feet before rolling over and landed on the victim who had been thrown from the machine. He died instantly Henry Robert Arndorfer Jr was born Nov. 28. 1921 at St Benedict, the son of Henrv Ar*n- dorfer, Sr. and the late Martha Ludwig Arndorfer. He attendee the parochial school at St. Benedict and Weslev high school and during World War 11 served in the Air Transport Command. On December 21. 1953 he was married to Roberta Groean at Bancroft. He ooerated a cafe at Bancroft for several years before moving to Illinois where he worked as an electrician. Surviving are his wife, his father, Henry Arndorfer, Sr., Corwith, a daughter. Roxan'n', two stepchildren, Mickey and Vicky Larson, two brothers, Robert and Richard Arndorfer, St. Benedict, and three sisters. Mrs Gerald (Donna) Brown, Fenton. Mrs Charles (Delnres) Nordstrom, Burlington and Sharon at home. Attending the funeral from this awa were his father and stepmother, the brothers and sisters and their families, and Leo and John Ludwig, Bill. Warren and Mike Arndorfer and Mrs Recina Froehlich, Corwith. Leo and Donald Arndorfer, Bancroft, and Gloria Widen, Emmetsburg. .... and Mrs Kenneth Salveson and Karen .visited at. the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home ^r^nd Mrs A. L. Rasmussen, Sue ; and David spent a, couple davsslast week in Minneapolis, Thev'visited Mr Rasmussen s, wn- d<^fMr and Mrs Milton Escher atiHopkins. • . , Mr and' Mrs Rasmussen and 'amilv weat to Kanawha Sunday where they visited Mr Rasmus- brother, L. E. Rasmussen and mother, Mrs Milton Deibler. Mr and Mrs Loren Hansen and Cheryl, Mr and Mrs Ro lo Moore and Mr and Mrs John Rippentrop and Marvin were Sunday afternoon visitors -at the Iferman Ha M?ah h d°Mrs Herman. Harms visited Mr Harm's mother, Mrs John A. Harms at Titortka. . ._ "Poverty they.,sav is no disgrace—but that's about all you^ can say for it." Thrifty Sew For four brothers, eifht sisters and 17 grandchildren. St. Joe Trojans St. Joe Trojans 4-H club met August 26 at the home of the Eroeldine Bros. Ava Ernelding save a talH and Kenneth Eroel^ ing pave a- demonstration. Jaroes Erpelding and Duane Hilber wave i heir demonstration at' thj, Iowa State Fair on September 1st James fh-pekling will be a mem ber of the county judging team at the Jqwa State Fair. A delicou lunch was served by Mrs Francl Erpelding. Burt College Student In Car Crash A Drake university student, Norman Mitchell son of Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell, of Burt escaped serious injury Aug. 26 when his car went end-over-end and landed in a pond near here. 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