Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 21, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 21, 1967
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10-20.30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days 10, W7 Pictured in todays issue of the Advance were the winners of the Livestock at the Kossuth County Fair. They were Champion Ayshire shown by Aaron Anlifcer, West Bend; Champion Shorthorn, shown by Mike Kain, Algona; Reserve Baby Beef Champion, shown by Donald Hilbert, Bode; Champion Market' • Lamb, shown by Mark Bern* hard, Bancroft; Champion Gilt Duroc, shown by John Cordes, Ti tonka; Champion Jersey, shown by Tom Nurrc, Bancroft; Chamipion Hereford, shown by Roger Dreyer, Whittemore and Champion' Hoi- stein Heifer shown by Lynn Balgeman, Lotts Creek. During the 1957 Pair, $78,944 was „, paid for 4-H Stock. A new track record was set at the Kossuth County Fair auto races last Wednesday afternoon. During a time trial .run, Don Carr set the new local record with 23.8 seconds for one-half mile. The previous record was 23.58 seconds. Carr is from Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich of Wesley attended the graduation exercises in Des Moines for their daughter Lorraine who received her bachelor of aits degree in music education. ; Susan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelley left Sunday for Montreal, where she will sail this week for a tour of Europe. She will be gone for about two months returning •in October. , The Darwin Bakers (Dorothy Wagner) of Whittemore have a son born Aug. 7 their • 14th child. At least four major league baseball scouts attended the state finals of the American Legion Junior baseball tournament at Bancroft recently. \The scouts attention was focused on two Bancroft stars., Dennis Menke and Tom Hatton. Menke has been B&ri- Champion Kossuth Hereford TOPS IN THE Hereford division was this calf which was shown by Darlene Uthof, Fenton. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. IflHIMMniNMIHMtHnillHIinHIHinMIIIIIIIMMIHIMIIIMtMMIItlMMIIIMIIMMItlHMIiniMIMIIItnMIIMIMMHIIIMIMMIMIIMMIIIMIIMIIMfllMlltlltllllMIIMMMIMIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIMIIIIUtlllllllMHIIIi Vj * *£*^ sBiar*^ f*vva*«» -^ witvt «i4i-v ter. Both Menke and Hatten •; have a year left of high school eligibility left. Air Force ROTC Cadet Kirk Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes is undergoing four weeks of intensive training as a part of his ROTC training program. While at •[Greenville Air Force Base, 'Miss. Cadet Hayes not only observes but takes an active part in the Air Force training mission of the Air Training Command. He just completed -one of the outstanding features, a jet orientation flight in the T-33 jet trainer. Following graduation at Drake University Cadet Hayes will bs .eligible for appointment as a second lieutenant in the Air Force and for entry into flight training. ' August 19, 1947 A lot of people snicker at poodle dogs, but there are a couple of families in Algona who have a rather interesting tale to tell. It seems a young bull got loose at the fairgrounds last Monday during the Fair and started snorting around. Two of the "Les Kenyon youngsters were playing in the yard and the Kenyon baby was in a play-pen. The bull came running into the Kenyon yard and headed right / for the baby pen. But the poodle owned by Grady Phillips, next door, has a big fighting heart in its little body and put itself between the ibull and the pen barking for all it was worth. That turned .the bull, and the poodle let the bull chase it into the road. The bull was later returned to the Fair. In todays issue of the Advance the Algona Pubic • Schools opening announcements were published and the list of prices for textbooks and other supplies were listed Grades Kg. $3.00 per year, 1-3 $1.75 per year; 4-6 $2.75 per year; 7-8 $3.25 per year and grades 9-12 $3.50 a year. News release Thursday reported possibility an Iowa closed season on pheasants ibis fall. Kossuth hunters questioned locally are almost unanimous in hoping there will be a closed season. Last winter's extreme blizzards fro?e many of the birds and tlis spring in the midst of the nesting season a five-inch rain destroyed nests and eggs. Tilt first invitftionil women's guest event at the Algona Country Club here since before the war was held last Wednesday and drew a crowd . of 102. Mrs. A. W. Amunson was in charge of the luncheon, bridge and gin rummy and Mrs. Robert Williams wa? in charge of the golf. Winners for the day were Mrs. Elmer Langmack in the Champion flight and Mrs. Claude Slagle 2nd. Sister St. Joe, Livermore men dies at 64 St. Joe — Mrs. Hilaria Klein Schreiner, 64, Eden Valley, Minn, sister of Alvin Klein here and Nick Klein. Livermore died August 5. Funeral services. .were held Tuesday at f Eden 5 walley:, Sur- KVivors', include Slaughters} : &! sons, her mother/5 brothers and 4 sisters. Attending the funeral services at the Catholic church in Eden Valley from here were the Alvin Kleins,- Mrs. Rosalia Illg, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Peter Bormann. FAREWELL PARTY Ellen Bormann, daughter of the Clarence Bormanns had a farewell party for Mary and Carrie Thilges. Classmates and friends played games followed by lunch. The girls were given an electric bedroom clock as a farewell. Carrie and Mary are daughters of the Edward Thilgeses and will move September 1 to their new home in Algona and will be 7th grade students at St. Cecelia school. Attending were Cecelia Gales, Theresa Kohlhaas, Leona Berte, Margaret Capesius, Sandra Kpllasch, Barbara McGuire, Diane Bormann, Rita Schiltz, Margene Thilges, Monica Berte, Donna Kellner, Barbara Fritters, Maureen McGuire and Ellen Bormann. 'Mary Trienen and Jerry Bruening, Sioux City, spent (the weekend here wilth the Ray Thilgeses. Mrs. Irene Bormann, Jeanie and Mark, and the C. R. •Kollaisches,; .Whiifctemofe and ^Sister Ann .%ri$, t PJ^ spent v "• ' da^las^week; at St. ter Ann Marie, who spent the summer at St. Cecelia's Convent, Algona, Mother Jo Ann and Mrs. Bormann are daughters of the Kollasches, WhK- 'temore. Enroute home Sister Ann Marie remained at the Presenation Convent, Duibu- que, where she attended retreat before returning to Charles City, her mission assignment for the new school year. • ',' Sister Kay Ann Reding, OSF, Mt, St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, daughter of John B. Reding, is spending this week here visiting relatives and friends. Sister Kay Ann attended summer school at the Bowling Green, Ohio university and will return to Corpus Christi Parish school in Chicago following her visit. The K. L. Kohlhaases, Joseph Beckers, Marvin Redings, Leo Bormann, Jim Hilbert, Howard Bormann and Ray Kramer spent four dlays last week on a tour of Farmland industries in Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa representing Livermore elevator. Sister Lois Marie, OSF, Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuqiio, daughter of the Paul Erpeld- ings, is spending this week here with relatives a|d friends. Sister Lois Marie attended Briar Cliff college, Sioux City summer school and will teach at Dyersville this fall. Sister Clare Becker, OSF, Mit. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, concluded her visit here Tuesday. Rev. Luke Becker, OSB. Booneville, Mo. and Rev. N. J. Becker, Granr ville, were also visitors here with relatives. Sister Clare is assigned to Aquln, Central high school in Cascade this school year. The James Seek* era, Bancroft, are Inking Sister Clare to dtscade Tuesday. Ann Marie Bormann daughter of the James Bormanns, born July 14 was baptized August 11 in St. Joseph's church with William Bormann and Alberta Walling as spoil' sore. The Ray Bertes have returned from a trip through the Black Hills and a visit with relatives and friends in South Dakota. The Larry Stacys and Marsha, Washington, Mo., spent the weekend here with Mrs. Stacy's parents, the Ray Thilges family. Portland Mrs. Victor Pitch •••••••••••••••••••••e 'Mr. and Mrs. Sherald Sydness and children of Ames visited in the Tony Jandl home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill left Thursday for a sight seeing trip. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs. Edmund Larson entertained the Burt Methodist Church Circle at the Cunningham Cafe Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brickson of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tieman. Monday afternoon visitors were Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett, Mrs. Edmund Lav- son, Mrs. Tony Jandl, Mn. Robert Wood and Randy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreason called at the Victor Fitch home Thursday evening. >Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cuntiss and three daughters of Ottoson were Sunday visitors in the Tony Jandl home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers and girls of Bancroft were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sar- Grand champion MONDAY, City Where she Speftt sevefal weeks. she is getting along as well as can be expected. "The waistline of middle aged is the line of least resistance". Heads liektt safes for Reagan talk Kirk Hayes, Algeria, form' er Kossuth County Finance Chairman, has been appoint' ed as general chairman of the Iowa Republican Party's $100 a plate dinner at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moincs Oct. 25, Sixth District Republican Finance Chairman Oliver S. Carlson has announced. The principal speaker will be Gov. Ronald Reagan of California. Royal Nold, Algona, is the Kossuth county chairman and may be contacted also for tickets. 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