Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 31, 1967
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Two at city win course certificates u WITH THE ALOONA city council members looking on, Mayor William Finn presents framed certificates to Bob Lemkee, left, and City Clerk Dave Smith, right. Lemkee received his certificate after qualifying in a state test for the highest certificate given a waste water treatment plant operator. Smith's shows that he has completed a professional course in public works administration at the University of Iowa. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. "I see by the Advance*.." — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — Leaving Tuesday, August 1 for a two week vacation in California arc Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp, their daughter, Nancy and son Tom. They will make the trip by plane from Omaha to Santa Cruz, and from there will tour the West Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skog- strum and two daughters, Janic and Joanie were dinner guests Saturday evening, July 22 of Dr. and Mrs, Joe Leinfelder and family in Fort Dodge. Dr. Leinfelder and Mr. Skogstrom were fraternity brothers at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hem- mingscn had as guests Friday, July 21 until July 29 Mrs. Ilemmingsen's sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Luoma and daughter Leslie from Chicago, 111. Miss Luoma will remain with the Hcmmingsen's until August 12 when they will go to Hhinclandcr, Wis. for a week vacation. In Rhinelander Mr. and Mrs. Hemmingsen will visit with a cousin, Dr. and Mrs. John Metternich and family. They will be joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Luoma. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chrisehil- les and two children, Jodie and Brad arc leaving August 6 for a ten day vacation with friends in Chicago and the surrounding area. They will visit in Chicago, Elgin, Wheaton, 111. and Middleton, Wis. They will be guests of many of their college friends while they are vacationing. Leaving for Montreal, Canada and other Eastern states arc Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burt and family. They will be leaving on August 6 and will return after a ten day vacation. . Francic Zeigler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeiigler was home this past week visiting her pareatsu and also spending a few days in Clear Lake visiting Miss Vickie Steil who is one of thn Cobblestone players. Mr. and Mrs. Zeigler also attended the Saturday evening performance of "Barefoot in the Park" in which Miss Steil has the lead role and Mr. Elmer Sonksen, Algona drama instructor wa.< also cast. Francie is attending A.I.'B. in Des 'Moines this summer and returned to Des Moines after a week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peters and family spent the July 22 weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton Madsen who have a cottage at Arnolds Park on Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark received word of the birth of a baby girl born July 20 to their daughter and son-in. law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shaffer of Humboldt. The new girl has been flamed Laura Lou. Mrs. Shaffer u the former Claudia Ruark. Lynn Shaffer, who is 3 years old is staying with her grand- parents for a few days while her mother is in the hospital. Wednesday, July 19 was the 79th birthday of Mr. Olivet- Young, father of Mr. and Mrs,, Robert Young and in honor! of the occasion a birthday; celebration was held in his honor at the Good Samaritan Home. Joining the Young family were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elbert and two sons of Whittemore. Winners of the ladies golf association event on Wednesday, July 19 were Mrs. Jerry Ferris in Class A, Mrs. Harry Greemberg in Class B, and Mrs. Bill Navoichick in Class' C. Mrs. Dick Cook and Mrs. Maynard Miller were in charge of the event. Wednesday, July 26 winners were Mrs. Clayton Pibtman, Class A, Mrs. Paul Owens, Class B and Mrs. Bud Ferris, Class C. The event was Low net on odd holes and Mrs. Jim Everds and Mrs. Claude Slagle were in charge of the event. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frideres and family returned Monday from St. Louis where they attended ball games over the, weekend and were guests at the home of Mrs. Frideres brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shaller who live treat"; St. Louis. The Frideres left on Friday and returned to Algona on Monday of last week. Mr. arid Mr*. Ray Beamish have as guests their son and daughter-in-law" and fa'mily, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beamish and tsvo children of Fort Worth, Texas. The Beamish families will be spending a week at their cottage in Minnesota and then will return to Algona for another weeks visit, before returning to Fort Worth. They will be visiting also at the home of Mr. : ul Mrs. A. B. Oakland, paiv . of Mrs. Beamish, the •former Maiia Oakland. Visiting Mrs. Grace Jack man Ironi July 19 till July 23 .\va- her nephew and family, .Mr. and Mrs. Dick DitsworUi and family of Tempe, Ariz. Mr. Ditsworth is an Associate ProfCioor at the University of Arizona and is a former graduate of Algona high school. While in Algona the Ditsworth's visited with many friends and with members of the Cruikshank family. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall and two children, Bea Kay and Kenny, left Wednesday, July 26 for California and other western states. The Mafshdlls will be vacationing three weeks, flying first to Redding, California where they will visit at the Bob Marshall home and (o Spokane, Wash, where they will visit with another brother, Raymond Marshall. Word has been received recently of the death of Mr. Wilbur Boeckholt of Garner, formerly of Algona, and who lived on the DeGrau farm. •Mrs. Boeckholl is the former Imogcne Melzger. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger of Lone Rock. Mr. Boeckholt suffered a severe heart attack Thursday, July 20 while doing his morning chores. Mrs. Grace Jackman was visited this past week by her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ryan and family of Grange, Texas. On Sunday, July 23 a picnic dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Bcnsohootcr in honor of the visiting guests. Mrs. Ryan is the former Phylis Jackman. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley were visited over Wednesday and Thursday of last week by Mr. and Mrs. Keith Council of Luvernc, Minn. Mr. Council is a cousin of Mrs. Seeley. Algeria ((<»*•) Advance— 3 MONDAYVJULY J|, Mr arid Mrs. Choek Hink en and three daughters have just returned from a two week vacation in the Black Mills, Yellowstone Park and the Grand tetons. Joining Mr. and Mrs. Hinken and family on their trip were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sernett and four sons of Carroll. Mr. Ser- nelt is a brother of Mrs. Hin'ken. While the Hinkens were vacationing, Mrs. Minnie Hinken, was a guest in the home of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Amanda Schnabel of Clarence. Iowa. Mrs. Hinken was gone for three weeks returning to Algona on Sunday, July 23. 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PROGRAM OF THE FAIR Monday, August 14: 1:00 p.m.—Judging of horses. 3:00 p.m.—Judging of 4-H projects (Home Economic) Tuesday, August 15: 8:00 a.m.—Judging of Purebred Swine, Dairy, 4-H exhibits (non-livestock and Home Economics) 9:00 a.m.—Judging of Floral Hall exhibits, 4-H Garden, Poultry and Rabbis, and Crops. 8:30 p.m.—Stock Car Race. Wednesday, August 16: 8:00 a.m.—Judging of purebred beef hoifers and 4-H exhibits (Home Economic) 3:15 a.m.—Judging of baby beef. 3:00 p.m.—4-H Dog Obedience Show. 7:30 p.m.—Tractor pulling contest. Thursday, August 17: 8:30 a.m.—Judging of market lambs, followed by purebred sheep 10:00 ajn. 1:00 p.m.—Judging of market swine. 2:00 p.m.—Shrine White Horse Patrol. 6:00 p.m.—Free Barbecue. 8:00 p.m.—Shrine White Horse Patrol. Friday, August 18: 8:00 a.m.—Sale of sheep and swine. 9:00 a.m.—Sale of baby beef. 8:30 p.m.—Stock Car Race (Kossuth County Fair Championship.) $1,000 guaranteed purse. V norm 1 GREAT ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILT Stock Car Racing • Tractor Pulling Contest Free Beef Barbecue • Shrine White Horse Patrol SHEEP & SWINE SALE FRIDAY BABY BEEF SALE FRIDAY MERRIAMS MIDWAY SHOWS ALL FOUR DAYS STOCK SHOW

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