Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
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(!*••) Aelf iftct Neighbors help Willie Kruses at Lone Reck Lone Rock — Friends and neighbors have been helping the Willie Kruse family wiUi hay and straw bailing and with farm chores while Willie is recuperating from a tractor accident. He and his boy were both involved. Both were patients at St. Ann hospital 'in Algona. Leon was dismissed last Monday, but Mr. Kruse, who is still a patient there-, will be placed in a cast today. Helping with the field work, farm chores, and bringing in food were; Everett Lockwood, Don, Dave, Fred Erickson, Gary Erdman, Eddie and Allan Lt'^'ltkc, Carl and Larry Peter, Duanc, Darwyn, Conley Metzger, Wilmer Wit- ohendahl, Bill Champion, Duke Metzger, Wayne Bellinger, Jo-j Kifig, Ardett Ho>cj, Jv Schmidt, Doug Kading, Raymond Biker, H^fold Fay«, Jerry Hanson, G*ry HubtJ, Jim Dodda, Howard KfiMtie, Ervin Harms, OrviUe Krewiu, thume Lleb,. Jack QtMitti, Obark* »nd Wall Dadten, Robert Hef fner, Maureen ffov- ey, Edna Wichtendahl, Chir- totte Lockwood, Otrottne Luedtke, Tony Monger and Mabel Champion. ATTEND SHOWf * From this area attending the bridal shower of Bridget Quinn, soon to be the bride of Tom Lyndh, Thursday evening at St. John's, Bancroft, were .Mrs. Sam McCleish Mrs. Harlan MarJow, Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson, Mrs. Will•lam Marlow, Laurie and Connie, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Tena Jensen. MIKE GROSS WED Mike Gross, son of the Harold Grosses was married Saturday at 3 o'clock in the Lutheran church at Forest City to Beverly Nerby. Attending tliu wedding were the Harold Gross family, Mrs. Hild;i with ..^ GOOD/YEAR .on-the-Farm Service. Prompt Repairs Add Life To Your Tires SEE US OR CALL US for fast, dependable tire service FLATS REPAIRED PROMPTLY TRACTOR TIRES RELUGGED TUBE VALVES REPLACED LIQUID FILLING DRAINED AND REPLACED Phone us for "ON-THE-FARM" Mrvic* GOOD/fEAR HILTON'S SINCLAIR » «»!iff, DortaW ftedigs and Petty, Koger Rtdigs, Wltfted tUd- i£, Gerald fcidigs, Ray tls%b» tt, Pfcul VoigU, Fetiton, und MM. Roy ftlerfe. MIIDf NWITM MUNION A Heidenvrtth reunion w*s held August 8 a* the VFW h*U in SWM City. Relative* ftotn Minneapolis, Albert Lw, DM Moines, CMrion, EMU, AlgftM, WhKtemore, Hurt, ttmcrofl, SWe« City and LM)« Rock attended. There were over 64 present. Mrs. Fred Wegener was the chairman. Next year Mr. Henry Kneck will be in charge. , Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, spent the weekend wiUi her grandmother, Mrs. Fred Sohultz. She also visited her grandfather, Fredrick Schultz, who is a patient at the hospital in BsthorviUe. The Leslie Baxters and grandson, Dennis Dammann returned home after a week with relatives and friends in Missouri and Illinois. The Frank Dreyers and David Dreyers spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Minneapolis where they saw a. ball game and visited the zoo. The Joe Stembergs, Blmore, spent Thursday evening at A. A. Krueger's visiting her niothor, Mrs. Hulda SohuUz. The Howard Bicrstedts lejft last week for California to visit Mrs. Bicrstedt's relatives. The Curt Olson family, Goldfield, were Sunday evening guests at Brian Scege- barth's. Rev. and Mrs. Kingtna, Alice Marie, Oak Park, 111., made a brief stop in Lone Rock at A. A. Krueger's anil P. M. Christensen's. Tony Hutchinson, Estherville, has been staying two weeks with his grandparents, ihe Lloyd Hutchinsons. The Maurice Weisbrods, Cheryl and Terry, Mrs. Clafa Rath, Algona, returned Sunday from a week at the Bella Vista Resort. 1 They met tlte •Merwyn Hilberts from Dallas, Texas, there. On there way home they visited the Gottleib Bichenbergers in Sabetha. Kans., and with Doris Hoist family, Cedar Rapids. Donna Kracht, Diane Doehmer, RiceviHe, the Leo Ellen- feldts, Lake Mills, Wis., spent a recent weekend with the Leo Schmidts. The Eilen- feldts spent several days vis iting the Ben and Bob Schmidts and the Martin Meyers. .The Lloyd Hutchinsons spent last weekend at Brookings, S. D., helping the Gordon Hutchinsons move back to Estherville. Patsy McCleish and Shirley • Marlow spent the weekend at •••••••••••••••••••••••si all of that was in our Refrigerator- Freezer of course— and lots more too! Your modern frost-tree electric refrigerator stores more—because frost doesn't take up storage room. You can store enough for dozens of Dagwood Specials, and still have lots of room for your week's shopping for regular meals in the refrigerator. In the freezer you can store supplies for those unexpected drop-in friends, or for special treats for your own family. A modern frost-free electric refrigerator- freezer is just like a supermarket in your own home. See your electric appliance dealer about an electric refrigerator-freezer for your home! l Algona Municipal Utilities Golden wedding Lane Rack — The 50th wedding anniversary of the John Behrends was celebrat ed Sunday at the Methodist church in Fenton, sponsored by their children, Richard Behrends, Forest City, Leslie Bohrends, Ft. Lauderdalc, Fla., Lota Behrends, Topeka, Kans., Virginia Fritzler, Oklahoma City. Ronald Behrends presided and opened the program with a prayer and gave a life history of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends. Speaking of golden anniversaries was given by Lucille Seegebarth. "Put on your Old Grey Bonnet" was sung by Virginia Fritzler. "Golden Memories" by Lucille Seege- barth. "In the Garden" and "How Sweet Thou Art" were sung by Dale Eldridge, accompanied by Mrs. Wayne Jones. Devotions were by Rev.-Eldridge. Ruth Ann Frilzlefr had the guest book. Marion and Gacii.- Behrends cut the cake. Joan and Gloria Fritzler served punch, Virginia Fritzler and Leta Behrends poured. Women of the Methodist church helped with serving •the reception. Guests other than from this area were from Nebraska, Illinois, Minnesota and Kansas. IMIMIlmlmlmtllHIHMMIMmtHIIIIHmltlNfllmltMMmHIttNIMI the parental Sam McClcishc.s and Harlan Marlow's. Both will be working at Ames. Patsy will be secretary in one of the departments at the college and Shirley at the office of Thorp Finance Co. The Arnold Gresknietzes and Jeffrey, Radcliffe, spent the weekend at Erich Seegc- barth's. Mrs. Hulda Schultz spent the weekend with her soi>, the Rev. Marvin Sohultzes, Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. William Marlow had the Modernette club at her home Wednesday evening with three tables of 500. Mrs. Paul Behmhard won high and travel. Mrs. Merwin Marlow low. Next month's meeting will be at the Sam McCleish's. The A. A. Kruegers took Mrs. Hulda Sehultz Monday to the home of her daughter, the Rodney Brandts, DeSmtft, S. D. Mrs. Lena Schmidt, Mrs. Lucille Norland and Maria Waite spent four days at Dennis Schmidt's in Keswick. Th e Lone Rock Legip'i Auxiliary held an annual picnic at the Swea City Park Sunday with about 40 in attendance. I would like to thank the people whd have been vefy cooperative in dalUftg me with hews itetns. Plea»e feel ffae to call me anytime so your news is really appreciated. Mrs. William M«rW The Sylvester BUM** a/' rived home after « nine day Vacation, at Expo, they came back through the mountains at New York. Mrs. Mary Genrich arrived home last weekend after nine weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Daryl Hanson, Geneso, New- York. She left June 12 with her son-in-law and flew back from Rochester, N. Y., to Chi* cago, where she *as met by Jetty Newbrough, who flew back with her to Mason City where they were met by the Lawrence Newbroughs! Jerry will be staying with his parents for a few days. The David Dreyers arrived in Lone Rock after five days with the John Doveys at Colorado Springs. They will spend the next week with the Frank Dreyers and the Arno JuhLs, Fenton, before returning home with the family to Oelwein. Mrs. William Marlow, Connie and Laurie, accompanied Mrs. Harlan Marlow, Teresa and Marcia to Mankato Thursday where Teresa registered and spent the day at Mankato State College. They visited Allan Marlow and Doug Cronk who lives in Mankato. Mrs. Clinton Gushing, Fairmont, Mrs. Hulda Schultz, Mrs. Alfred Schultz, Whttte- more, Alva Ewoldt, Algona, Mrs. Georgia Marlow, Mrs. Joe Culbertson, Mrs. Bud Miller, all of Lone Rock, spent Thursday afternoon at Mis Carl Ewoldt's in Algona. Jubilee The town of Milford in Dickinson county had a three- day celebration in honor of its diamond jubilee with many participants taking part oa Aug. 3, 4 and 5. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTS! Engaged REV. AND MRS. Bernard G. Olson of Eagle Grove, Iowa, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Gerakhne Marie, to Mr. John Raymond Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert of Algona, Iowa. The wedding is planned for Januairy 13 at the First Methodist Church in Waiter- loo, Iowa. Miss Olson is an instructor at Young School of Beauty in Waterloo; Mr. Gilbert is a member of the Iowa Highway Patrol, stationed in Cedar Falls, loiwa. lime, the couple having the youngest aftd oldest child, the couple coming the farthest distance, the'person who was most bald; aftd the person-having a "Jelly bfelly"-. Those attendmg included: Mrs. John df^aSs • Jr, (Sharon Cofdes), Miss Sharon fcoland, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Papen- fuhs, Mr. and Mrs. DeWaync Titus (Alice Schaeffdr), Mr. and Mrs. Larry Looft (Phyllis Engholm), Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Blair, Mrs. Marlys Lunn Hastings, Ted Abbas, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peters, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen (Dee Ann Sw.anson). The class had several members who were uable to attend. They are scattered over the United States with members in Rhode Island. Washington, Texas, and Northern .Minnesota. A picnic was enjoyed in Reynolds Park with six couples present. It wns decided to have a get-together in another year. WWVrWWWWWW^Mr^^ Around Algona Fenton Jean Bolllnfer 1957 Swea class has reunion , Swea City: The Senior Class of 1957 held a Ten Year Reunion this past weekend. August 5 and 6. Saturday'evening the cbss membiTS had nn enjoyable 'evening at the Sirloin House in Fairmont. A short program was given. This included The Welcome. Class. Prophecy, Class Will. Class History, and the letters received from those who were unable to attend. Gifts were given to the couple being married the longest The 'Melvin Berklands visited the Ray Berklands, Mason City Friday. Judy ESgler, Colorado Springs, Colo., has been visiting at her parents for the past three weeks. She returned to Colorado Springs Friday. The Paul Eiglers, Dr. E. W. Ruskes and Judy Edgier met the K. C. Ruskes, Colorado Springs, in Kearney, Neb., for the weekend. Judy Eigler returned to Colorado witlh the K. C. Ruske's. The Henry Sohultes attended a Sdiultc-Biersitedt reunion at Gaylord, Minn, recently. They also visited tho Calrl Forma Is at Arlington, Minn. They returned home on Monday. . Owen Kerber and Mika Kressin are visiting the Kenneth. Kerbers at Chandler, Ariz. by ONIITA OIDRIKS1N PhMte /WSAVwVWVWWVYWyV^ Mr, arid Mri, Max Mchardt, Monday aftef spending the Elkader, dame Sunday aftw« weekend with her brother, now* to visit Ws auraVMrc. Alfred Sdiendt, and Algorta W. A. roster, and remained Mends. Mrs, VVWtotiore is the till Monday. former Lois Sdienck. An annual Palmer family reunion was held on a recent Sunday at the Gall Park Sheller house with 90 people attending. Visitors came from Renwick, Goldfield, Clarion, Britt, Des Moines, and included Otiy Sup't. and Mrs. T. J. Palmer, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Albright, Lake City, came to spend Sunday With his mother, Mrs. Martha Albright. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven and son Craig arrived home August 6 from a vacation in the West. They saw the Passion Play at Spearfish, S. D., toured the Black Hills, and went on from there to Yellowstone Park where, besides sightseeing, they did some trout fishing, and were away for a week. Thomas Oatton, son of the Harold Gaittons, east of Algona, and a grandson of the Glenn Jemkinsons, enlisted in •the Navy last month and is now in Boot Camp at San Diego, Calif. Jerry Hardgrove, of Toledo, •has made a fine recovery from his recent attack of men- inigiitis and after dismissal from the Marshalltown hospital, continued to recuperate at home for two weeks. Then he began to work half days lasit week for the Pioneer Company and is probably on full time by now. His wife is the former Margaret Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whitmore of Lockhart, Tex., left Mri, Mary Sand* arrlvtd home Sunday from Golden, Colo., flying by jet from Den. ver to Sioux City and thence to Fort Dodge. While she was at her son Verner's home in Golden, the chair in which she was sitting shook under for a brief time during tin- earthquake in that area which was described as the worst in quite a long time. Russell Sands met his mother at Fort Dodge airport. Mrs. Lester Buckley left Monday by bus for her home at Brooklyn, N. Y., after completing a two weeks visit here \wiith the family of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Payne. Mr. and Mrt. Everett Stev. en with Mr. and M!rs. Leo Steven drove to Rochester on Sunday to visit a nephew, John Hodgins, who is hospi- ized there. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin of Alden and was discharged from the Navy only a few days before he was badly injured Friday in a motorcycle accident near Hampton. The cycle slid on loose gravel and John received back injuries whose extent has not yet been determined, but he is unable to move. His mother, who is the former Pearl Steven, teaches at Alden. Mrs. Richard Cook, Mason City, visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Willia'ni Allen, early in the week and was an overnight guest Saturday at the Gilbert Hard- greaves farm home. Mr, and Mr*. "Sill" Jenft* inson and their three children, KMhy, Marcia and Richard, hsft Monday morning alter spending a week with his par ents, the Glenn JenJdhsons *nd* other relatives. A family picnic was held in their honor Sunday evening at the Howard Eischen home, LuVernt. Mrs. Eischen is a granddaughter of the Glenn Jenkinsons Enroute here and also as they went back, Bill's family stopped at Maquoketa in the home of his sister, Margaret LaFayette, before leaving for Memphis where Bill services A. B. Dick office machines. Mr. and Mr». Harold Sundet were accompanied to Minneapolis on Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson. They saw the Twins play ball that afternoon and returned home in the evening. The former Durant house on East McGregor Street which Leon Martin has remodeled during the past summer has been sold by >the •Martins to Mr. and Mrs. Ro'b- ert Lippincott of Mason CHy who will move into it tomorrow. Mr. Lipnincott is Service Manager for Bell Telephone Company. Mrt. Joe Ttchetter end Mrs. T. C. Hutchison arrived home Thursday evening from their trip to California. They took the latter's two garndsons, Charles and Steven Carroll to itheir home at Saif Jose where Mrs. Hutohins remained for a week with her daughter Sue's family. Enroute out they made stops in the Black Hills, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite Park. Mrs. Tschetter visited at Conrad, Calif, with her late husband's sister, Mrs. Anna Wips and daughter. lilas Coleman. The two women came home in leisurely fashion also, stopping over at Moab, Salt Lake City, and at Denver saw Mrs. Bernice Lee, a former Algonian. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hard- greaves went to a gathering of the Hieiift Mid families held Sunday at UK> park in HaraHift, Mrt. ttiftk graves old home. They el*> flopped in Fort Dodge but were not permitted to Vfclt h^r Mater's hiwbend, Hit Lawrence, who is critically ill at Lutheran Hospital. Hye Raellrtee7s««ui, Ker- ea, was a weekend guest at *he home of Dr. and Ml%. L. L. Snyder and especially enjoyed their two Korean daughters, Sara and Lori. Miss Rhee, is a nurse who took three years of training in a Taijon, Korea, hospital and is now at Rochester, Minn, where she is taking special training to become an Anesthetist, a two year course. She has been in the States oniy five months and has been very homesick, but speaks excellent English. Agnes Oh, of Bancroft, who works at Welps as a chicken sexer, was also a guest on Saturday and Mr. and 'Mrs. Roger Boyken and their Korean daughter Melanie, with Kim and Debbie, were also evening dinner guests at ittie Snyder 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick McOin- nis and their four children left Saturday morning in their camper for a vacation in the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park planning to be away for ten days to two weeks while Dick is on vacation from Schultz Bros, garage. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Palmer arrived home Sunday from State College, Pa., where they had visited their son Bob and family during ten days absence. Bob is now with Peat-Mit- ohell-Livingston, a consultant firm whose main office is in Washington, D. C. He is on the staff at Penn State University and travels a great deal studying operation of business firms all over the country. He holds a Master's degree in Business Administration and plans to do further graduate study at Penn State. He and his wife 'have four children: Deborah, Don, Todd. attd torn, and they like theU- new location very much. Bob was tit for seven! weeks in the Spring shortly after arrival at Penn State but ha* now comptetely recovered from Hepatitis. Mrt. JM Tichftfttr hat had as guests, her mother, Mri. Burton Lounsbury and » granddaughter, Margaret Howard, of Huron, S. D., who came Saturday. Miss Howard is ertroute to Dubuque where she will teach and after a vis* it to Missouri, Mrs. Tschetter will take her mother back to Huron. A gathering of the Dearcht family held Monday evening, August 7, at the Union Township Civic Center was in honor of A/lc Marvin Dearchs, home on leave from Mobile, Ala., and also Mr. and •Mrs. Raymond Dearchs and son Ricky, who were here from Baltimore, Md. Both are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs. Others in attendance for the pot luck meal and family visiting were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dearchs, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs, Jr., and family, the Ralph Taylor family, Mrs. Julia Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Cumpton and family, Atlantic; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hlad, Sylvan Grove, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Mayrtard Dearchs and family, Eagle Grove; also the Carroll Potters. This was the first time the four brothers, Marvin, Maynard, Raymond and Charles had been together since 1953. Marvin, who is making the Air Force his career, was to leave Monday, August 14 for Ascension Island, off the coast of Africa, for an extended stay, so could not remain long in Algona. Four Algona boys who spent all of last week a't Camp Foster, Okoboji, and returned home Saturday are: Kurt Lytle, Paul Martin, (Mark Harris, and Kevin Owens. Historical Society board President of the Kossuth Co. Historical Society, C. R. Schoby, called a special meeting of the Executive Board on Friday morning, August 11. Chief discussion concerned the Grand Opening of the Society's new quarters and a date was set for Sunday, Sept. 17, when an Open House will be held there from 2 o'clock to 5 that afternoon. A committee appointed by Mr. Schoby to arrange for tlu- afternoon program consists of: Angus Cotton, Lone Rock, chairman; Stewart McFadden, Algona, co-chairman; Florence Reynolds, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Burt. They hope to arrange for an interesting speaker for ths Dedication ceremonies, and women of Uie Society will serve coffee and cookies on the second floor during the afternoon. Since there is much work to be done inside the building, August 21-26 was named 'Clean Up and Polish Week 1 , and a schedule was set up READ'S Once-a-year Mattress Values during pur Sealy Golden Sleep Sale HERE'S S 69 95 VALUE FOR You get the same fine $ 69 95 quality inner construction that was advertised in SEALY GOLDEN SLEEP LUXURY Looks and feels like it should cost $20 more! Everything's the same as Sealy's former $69.95 mattress except the quilting. Limited time only! Compare these Super-Size values! Sim* fin* innerspring construction—hundred* of specially t«mp«r«d coils. Same fin* Golden Edg* construction that k**ps borders firm. Eliminates sagging. Same fin* cover—beautiful decorator-designed panel print. Elegant, durable. QUEEN GIVES YOU $179,95 VALUE FOR 1391$. The tO" 11M" bigger bed that fit* •very six* bedroom Dura-Lu* Quilting '* finast cushioned surface KING SIZE GIVES YOU $279 VALUE FOR 7«" x 80" of stretch •pace I 60% roomier than regular tin .. . 22" wider, 5" longer. l-OUt if you're looking for extra luxury and want big value, too, here's Sealy's most luxurious Dura-Lux SEALY GOLDEN SLEEP SUPREME Sealy's finest Dura-Lux quilting and sumptuous cameo-satin flocked cover. Golden Edge border* are always firm. Come in and /iff/ why this is an unbeatable value at the price! deep-quilted to Seatyfoanv* 1 «W cotton QUEEN 7S »80 KING SIZE He. M SEALY $ GOLDEN SLEEPER NOW ONIY Your best buy in a sale-priced button-free mattress Big comfort at a budget price! Durable woven stripe cover, sturdy innerspring unit with hundreds of tempered steel coils, crush-proof pro-built borders that keep edges firm and neat. An outstanding button-free value i These values on sale for limited time! READ'S Furniture Come in today! WATSON Interiors North Phillip* St. Algona, Iowa Phone 295-2216 for the different days. Bach group will bring cleaning rags, etc., and someone will be on hand to direct the work. Monday, August 21, was assigned to Burt; Tuesday, August 22, to Titonka; Wednesday, August 23 to Swea City; Thursday, August 24. to Fenton, Lone Rock, and Lakota; while Algona workers will help at any time, especially Friday, August 25, and any or all evenings. Following the Clean-up, exhibits will be sorted, classified, and placed in the various display case and on taibles. 1.1 is hoped that everything will be clean and in complete order before the Dedication and Open House on Sept. 17. Everyone who is interested, whether a member or not, ii invited to help in this community project during the time set. Details of the program as planned by the committee will be announced later on. 100-Years The Preston Masonic Lodge No. 218, Prairie City, celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding by an official cornerstone laying ceremony for their new temple on July 29th. Grand Master of the Iowa Masons and many other Grand Lodge members were present. Photo by Mike StillmM Algona (Iowa) Advance—5 THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1967 r •t the ~' 1200 ROOM HOTEL 1 NEW YORK OTY Your Ideal headquMlen — eloM to attraction!, shopping. slfhUeelni, fine dining and entertainment TBAB *BOVND SWIMMINfl POOL race TO avmn. Call: FLaza MOW or write the SHELTON TOWERS HOTEL Leilnglon Ave. «M» «, NTC {Send free literature and nioMjr- S Mvtni Courtesy Card to ' V.m. . ,. City .. 41.1. I Party__ Arrivjni COME JOIN THE FUN! ONE OF AMERICA'S GREATEST ENTERTAINERS IN PERSON! TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD And The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show featuring THE YOUNG AMERICANS with Teddy Phillips and His Orchestra NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHTS: AUG. 22-26, MATINEE, Aug. 25 Rodeo NIGHT, Aug. 21 AFTERNOONS: Aug. 21; 22 Topflight rodeo as leading cowboys battle outlaw stock for points that count in national championships. SIZZLING AUTO RACING BIG CAR BATTLES Afternoons: Aug. 20; 26 SUPER STOCK CLASHES Night, Aug. 20 SEMI-MODIFIED DUELS Night, Aug. 18 SUPER-MODIFIED THRILLS Night, Aug. 19; Afternoon, Aug. 27 LATE MODEL STOCK CAR CLASSICS 200 lap, Afternoon, Aug. 19; 250 lap, Night, Aug. 27 JOIE CHITWOOD THRILL SHOW Afternoon, Aug. II HARNESS RACES Afternoons; Aug. 23;'24 2 GREAT HORSE SHOWS SOCIETY HORSE SHOW Nights: Aug. 18-24; Matinee, Aug: 20 ALL WESTERN HORSE SHOW Nights, Aug. 25-27; Afternoon, Aug. 27 HUNDREDS OF FUN FEATURES INCLUDING: Mammoth Midway e Talent Championships e Baton Twirling Championships e Festival ol Bands* Travel Village e Radio-TV Shows f Art Exhibit • Photo Salon e Wildlife Building • Checker Championships e Cookout King Contest • Fiddlers' Contest • Garden Show • Arts and Crafts Show • Horseshoe Pitching Championships • Team and Pony Pulling e Iowa Championship Tractor Pull f Hall of Health * Farm Gadget Show So Mm h That's New! IOWA TOWN ft COUNTRY ALL GAS HOME More than a model home! Filled with new ideas to help you better enjoy the good Iowa life. j 1865 STEAM TRAINS Authentic 1/4 scale models with sightseeing cars. Eiciting new way to get to and from the huge parking lots and all around the lair. PIONEER HALL A fascinating museum of early Iowa history. Artifacts, photographs, antiques and antique auction. Eiclting new addition to the fair, IOWA'S FIRST CHURCH Exact replica of the first church ever built in Iowa. The original was built in Pubuque in 1834. Daily services. VIET NAM VILLAGE Full scale reproduction of a typical village in South Viet Nam. Set Vietnamese homes, furnishings, how they live. You've read about it, now see the real thing. GRAND CONCOURSE All new and beautifully different. Fabulous new Celebrity Stage. Special decorations and plantings. Free entertainment all day every day. HALL OF BETTER LIVING All new layout of exhibits in the huge Varied Industries Building. Bigger, more beautiful displays. MORE FUN! TEENTOWN CHILDREN'S DAY, Aug. 19 HERITAGE VILLAGE AMERICA'S GREATEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION OUR FAIR LADIES NIGHTLY FIREWORKS CAMP ORDER GOOD SEATS NOW! GoW Circle-StaKe. or Gold SJrcji>Box (SMcify) HuW Blue Chip S«ctiOi), I2.5Q. Gr««n Section, tZ.Op. S*nd Ch«ck or Monoy Qrdjer Today. To: Secretary, low* Statei Fair, P«s Moines. Children under 1| admitted, to fairgrounds free ttiroughovt Mil fajr. ONE OF THE WORLD'S ORE AT ANNUAL FAIRS! I i ^-~" fe -" — •-*-•'

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