Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1967
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Reserve champion shorthorn * AH.S. class of '62 holds reunion frti Winners in each clam of the frtttftor pulling contest tot Wednesday tight H the Ko* Mth County Fair wene pro- rented with 140 pound* of town fertilizer furnished by Ourftom FVurn Services, Inc. of Bode, Corwith, Swea City «nd Titonka, The winners were as follows: Clan A—George Shinv on of Rotfe with a 1937 Olds Powered F-30; Class B—4!ar old Beekelman of Britt with his 1963 1HC 560; Class C— Loverne Larson of Swea City with a 1966 Case 930; Class D—Lyle Wheatley of Pocahontas wiUi his J. D. 4020. Also presented with 140 pounds of fertilizer was Randy Watman, for having the oldest tractor. WINNING THE rnscrve grand championship in the Shorthorn competition at the Kossuth County Fair was Ji.-rry Bcsch who is shown above with- his calf. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillinan. Reserve champion angus PICTURED ABOVE are'the members of the Algona high school graduating class of 1962 who met Saturday evening for a reunion at the Algona Country club. . From left to right they are, seated, Carol (Loar) Mayland, Buffalo Center; Lucille Gade, Algona; Rebecca (Strayer) Thilges, Algona; Jackie (Rowley) Higgs, Wayne City, 111.; Wanda (Grisham) Marshall, Durante, Calif.; Paulette (Slobe) Daniels, Corwith; Marjorie (Holdren) Davis, Algona; Barbara (Lau) McGregor, Boone; Sandi Cook, Bettendorf; Jean (Rovn) Shicrk, Minneapolis; Janice (Koepke) Erdman, Britt; Sue. (Schultz) Maahs, Ames. Standing are Terry Hobbs, Reno, Nev.; Myrna (Mino) Smith, Algona; Gary McVay, Algona; Randy Shierk, Minneapolis; Jim Higgs, Wayne City, 111.; Don Etherington, Algona; Jim Pingel, Algona; Bob Post, Algona; Tom Zeigler, St. Paiil, Minn.; Richard Dugan, El wood; Gary Priebe, Algona; Lynn Kueck, Algona; Steve Ostrum, DeKalb, 111.; Bob Gerber, Algona; Larry Braun, Waterloo; and Pat (Peterson) Ostrum, DeKalb, HI. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. HmmlMMtullM,MNIHtHmiimimlMMHHINHINIH1MMHMIMHHIIItH«IHMHMIINIIft1HMHHHIMHIIIH^ Schools in Algona open next Monday 7300 at Fabric Show DENNIS BERTH, above, is pictured with his reserve grand champion Angus calf. Dennis lost the Angus nmnd championship to Don Erpelding who went on to show the .grand champion baby beef at the Fair. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. MllilllllHlllllllltlMllltlMIIIMMtllHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMMMIIMMIMIIMMIIMMIIMIIMIIIIMIHIHIHIIHIIIMIMMIIMIttHMIMIIMMHIHIIIIHIIHHHIMIIIIIIIIH Algona public and parochial schools will open for the 1967-68 school year next Monday, Aug. 28. A staff of 103 teachers, largest in history, will serve the Algona Community School district. Of these, four are included in the E.S.E.A. project. Twenty, two of the teachers 1 ere new and a number ere now from Algona. Two have taught in Algona in past years. Monday will be a full-day session in tlhe public schools with full-day sessions alter that unless hot weather cuts the daily school hours. There will be m> school on Monday, Sept. 4, Labor Day. AT GARRIGAN, there will sessions Monday .. r , , ., Aug.v28r29, Moti- 1 day''will be freshmanrSopiliG- more orientation and Tuesday will be junior-senior orienta- Hancy Kennedy Becomes Bride LOCALS Janet Vodenhal, Clare, Iowa recently began work PS an operator at Elva's Beauty Shop on Overmeyer Drive. The Louis Ferstl family returned from a trip recently to Joliet, HI., where they spent a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clem Jesson. On the return trip they visited the Hoover Memorial at West Branch and the state Capitol in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton of rural Algona, had as visitors recently the Vern Dentons, Princeburg, Minn., and James Denton, Atwater, Minn. Also recent visitors were their daughter and family, the Joseph Roelens, Mike, Dennis, Nancy, Christine and Laurie, Moline, 111., who were here for a week. tion. Full day classes will begin Wednesday and there will 'be no school Labor Day. Father Friedmann is again serving as superintendent. There are eleven new teachers on the staff of 27 full4ime .teachers. -New priest is Father James R. Smith, newly ordained from Early, Iowa. New Sisters are Mary Jane, Mary DePaul, (both are in the math department); James' Mary (Spanish); May Virginia (liibrairy); Mary Margaret (Social. Studies), Mary Karol (English, and Guidance). New lay teachers are Terry Bruce (Industrial Arts and as- sisDant coach); Richard C. Walsh (Asst. Coach and Physical Ed.); .Frank Mousel (Science); and Richard Baleik (English). ' CLASSES will also begin Monday at St. Cecelia's Academy with half sessions Monday and Tuesday and full-day classes after that. County 4-H exhibits win at State Fair THIS WAS THE SCENE Monday evening at the Fabric Fashion Show at the Garrigan high school auditorium as over 200 women modeled clothing which they had made themselves. So,'-o i MO persons attended the show which was sponsored by the Chrischilles store and the Algona Catholic Daughters «!' /uiierica. Coordinator for the fabric style show was Mrs. Joar. .''uu:.o;.ri. Exclusive Advance- Photo by Mike Stillman. Exhibits from Kossuth County entered in the 4-H 'home economics • division of tine 1967 Iowa State Fair won four blue, two red and two white ribbons, according to Galen DeValois, county extension director. Those receiving awards were white ribbons, Nancy Eischen, Algona on an article or an arrangement created from nature materials; white ribbon, Carmen Montag, West Bend on an article using a design inspired by nature; red ribbon, Susan Walker, Algona on a wall decoration, made or Barbecue Whole Hog at Ledyard Miss Nimey .Jean daughter ol M' ;:ixi ward ]<(•!.!. t- !y • ! Minn., and KIMUHM son of Mi 1 . ,"iiKl Mr.-. Thilses Hi' IJnde. I. married on Sn'm<:.i.> •at 10:30 ;,.n- in St. . •tholic {"m.ivh ;il Msgr. J. H SLI-.U:;..-: at the double ring ct The bride's anenn Miss Marilyn 'I'i,';'.'.' 1 •sister <jl the groom of honor; Mi.'-.s. Nnnc of Sioux Oin.v 'Hifl Mi Malc-k o! Mi.'ifi-.'M'o: of the liiif!--. ;:' !.i -Miss M ;,rn. ; S 1 ., i". :, groom fi -.' '-.V.. -i; 1 was flo-.v-! ;'].-!. James Kcjiiiv-'i;. 1 Kennedy. Mi> Kd- V'.iiriv.uiii, n. i'liil^'i"; H.i> Mioiul 'i<.v:i \v(.-re -, Aut',. 17. HIGH'S Ca- R.-iM.-riii'i. nirieiaii.'d \ einony . ;ini!'. v.'rre ; f.l' H.jdi 1 . , ;is Maid > Tne-nen i. i r (..'arulyu i.-;. ii'i(-nrls •i.!.- Miirtids. :.-> .-•! the .,•!".", Mo of Arm- Strong, brother of '.he bride. \vas best rnan Oi-./oriisrnan wore Gerald Brut-nir-.'i; ol Sii'iix f'ity, friend of the groom and Albert Kahl-er of -Bancroft, bro- ther-in-lnw of the bride. John Kennedy, nephew of the bride was ring bearer. Immediately following the ceremony, two hundred guests were entertained at a wedding reception in the Bancroft Ballroom. The bride is a 1964 graduale of St. John's High School of Bancroft and St. Vincent's School of Nursing, Sioux City in 1967. The groom graduated from Garrigan High School, Algona in 1962 and DeVrey Technical Institute in Chicago in 1966. He i.s presently serving with the U. S. Air Force in Phoenix, Ar- ixona. The couple left on a wedding trip to Phoenix and the Southwestern stales. Ledyard: A whole hog barbecue was held at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Garry Spear of Ledyard on Sunday, August 13. The 169 pound pig was dressed at the Thiner Market in Elmore on Wednesday night by some of the guests and Mr. Spear in order to assure proper cooling before stuffing. The 115 pound dressed pig was stuffed with a bread dressing made by Mrs. Dean Meyer, who used eight loaves of bread as the basic ingredient. The chief cook was Dean Meyer, who started the cooking about 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning. He'was assisted by the Spears and Kinksieks. He used apple- wood and about 70 pounds of charcoal. The guests were served -about 7:30 that night. The grill is owned by Meyers. who along with Garry Spear made it last summer, when their first barbecue was ncict. The rest of the meal was pot luck and was furnished by the following guests: Mr. and Mrs Dale Junekrmeier, Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Menke, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Meltz and family, Elmore; Mr. and Mrs. Maui- rice Pingel, Mr. and Mrs. Lament Junkermeier, Mr. and Mrd Julius Irmiter, Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sehaumberg, Elmore, Miss Carol Carlson. Burt; Mrs. Roger Nimz. Blue Earth; Mrs. Bruce Keil, Minneapolis, Richard Friets. Jeremiah Sullivan, Jon Pederson, Arden Kramermeier, and Roger Neuman, Lakota. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klinksiek. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spear and Ronald of Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Meyer and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sehaumberg from Mankato. finished by the member to solve a home improvement decorating problem; blue ribbon, Rosemary Fortney, Bancroft on. an. arrangement of three or more accessories •that may be used on a sheik' or on /top of furniture. Blue ribbon, Jelan Ann Dodds, Algona, on a small metal, wicker or wood article, painted, enameled, stained or dyed and sealed; red ribbon, Betty Eischen, Algona, on a small furnishings article durably covered with paper, cloth, leather and plastic; blue ribbon, Judy Berger, Algona, on an article of cloth for a major decorating improvement; Susan Smith, West Bend, on a major improvement for the home involving furniture. All home economics exhibits from the county were entered in the Home Improvement section and will be on display in the 4-H Exhibits 1 Building on the southwest corner of the fair grounds through Sunday, August 27. Collection and construction exhibits from the county were entered by Mike Cyphers, Bancroft, entomology, red ribbon; Arlen Nyman, Bancroft .woodworking, white ribbon; photography, Mary Mertz, Ottosen, white ribbon: •Mary Detrick, Whittemore. red ribbon; white ribbon, Karen Adams, Whittemore; white ribbon, Linda Detrick, Whittemore and self-determined project, white ribbon, Bonita KiUsholm, Algona. DUPLICATE BRIDGE The Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will hold their next meeting at the American Legion building at 7:45 p.m.. August 28. Winners of the last master point session were as follows: North-South 1st. Mrs. Ward-Mrs. Hedberg, Eort Dodge; 2nd. Helen Laing-Ja'ckie Muller and 3!rd. Zimmer-Mathews, Fort Dodge. East-West 1st. Beth Miller, Mrs. F. Twogood; 2nd. Heidi Ferguson-Mrs. Altman; 3rd. K. Gilmore-C. Zender. 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