The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1945 · Page 3
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-}-V'':; ; S':i|S r -^ ; /S'?'£fe*i; : ^ ; ''H;.X J ?:^: *fc§ Algona tipper E .Ines, Algena f Iowa, Octotaf 11,IMS Any girl 12 to 21 y^afcr 6f age may join a girls' 4-H Club, Giris : l042 Way be Junior Members^ Any boy 10 to 21 years of age may join a boys' 4-H club, ' Secure application for 'membershiip from your county extension diredioiv home economist of local club leader. Obtain your parents' consent, fill out and turn in card, KOSSUTH RURAL BOYS AND GIRLS We Pity Tribute To the Boys and Girls who are the Future (Farmers of America This month—Octobef—I0wa and Kossuth County 4-H open their first peacetime enrollment drive in 4 years to enlis bers for the new club year which began this month. * In that drive, the girls and boys now members of Kossuth Ctfunty's clubs are issuing a "join up" invitation to other 'youths in the county. They are asking all rural boys 10 to 21 years of! age and all'rural' girls 12 to 21 years old to join in their work programs and'ln their ,. pleasure programs .too. • »: . ' WE tlRGE ELIGIBLE NON-MEMBERS TO DO SO AT ONCE, AND LEND ALL SUPPORT TO A FINE CAUSE THE 4-H CLUB PLEDGE .... 1 Pledge . My HEAD to Clerer Thinking— My HEART to Greater Loyalty— My HANDS to Larger Service—My HEALTH to Better Living— For My Club, My Community, My Country and My World. ALWAYS A 4-H BOOSTER SWIFT & CO ALGONA, IOWA Of Progressive Youth Nice Work: To you experienced members of 4-H, we say "nice going" for the records made this year. For every club and for every club member we wish the best of luck in the year ahead! We and the whole community are behind you. Welcome: With all the folks in the county we say "welcome" to you boys and v girls who will become 4-H members this year. There's work and fun ahead for you. We know you will enjoy it. "MAKE THE BEST BETTER" ALGOftA PRODUCE PHONE 9 ' •Hi ENROLL and Help 4-H To Gro ', •••.'. ... • • J •.••.'•„;•; „,..»«,.,„«..;,.. An organization of 1,700,000 members—30,000 ofj whom are in Iowa <—<• 400 in this county — is fundamentally sound* We are proud to know many 4-H members. We know they have high ideals, that they think straight and act • decisively. _; .; • 4'H member^ are builders. They build for themselves and their gommunity, 'The sloganV f To Make the Best better" meajt^'thsit'^U'the gop4 \®3®$ '-&$ better =tWn|s '' work their end o| the club program. 4-H club members are friendly. The bonds of friendship bring members together. The spirit ot friendship hpldg them together, friendship prevails when cpmpetion* is keen and, wheft^defeat is bitter, ,'/'•. : |'H $ub members develop itbi ^ir^*lly> morally, physically W& tp Club Members Invite Other Boys, Girls, To "Join Up" BOYS' 4-H CLUBS Algoqa Club Wayne Barr, Adult Leader Harold Bode, Harold Bosworth Gerald Brown, Robert Dodds Marvin & Maurice Erpelding, Eugene Henry, Bill Jenkinson, Pau Lindholm, Jr., David McKim, Edward Miller, Dick Sarchet, Howarc Schoby, Dick Weber. Burt Club L. H. Schenck, Adult Leader. Keith Bates, James, Mary & Anna Coady, Roger Chafee, Harold Fischer, Jr., James Harvey, Milo & Rerialda Johnson, Benny Kohler, Doris & Milton Salisbury, Gary & Junior Schenck, Mel-ton Steward, Alice & Edward Tigges. Oarfield Club Gus Berninghaus, Adult Leader, Gustav Berninghaus Jr., Gilbert Beringhaus, Lawrence, Dorweiler, Donald Fisher, Bonnie, Betty & Patricia Ketelsen. Grant Club Harley Work, Adult Leader. John Drew, Jr., Melvin Hutchison, Kevin Jones, Donald Mino, Leo Schmall, Virgil & Gene .Tokheim, Harvey Work, Charles Johnson. Greenwood Club C. C. Inman & Gerald Soder, berg, Adult Leaders. William, David, Philip & Paul Bernhard, Dick & Larry Coyne, Philip Inman, Joseph Kramer, Dale Nyman, Thomas Renger, Dennis & Paul Rustemeier, Kenneth Schneider, Dennis Scholtes, Jerome & Philip Soderberg, Robert Wilhelmi. Lakota Club Jerry Heetland, Adult Leader. Ida & Allen Edwards, John, Thomas & Delores Govern, Wayne Heetland, James & Robert Mittag, Richard Price, Jr., Donald Winter, Waldo Miller. Lone Rock Club Henry Schroder & Andrew Thomsen, Adult Leaders. June Hanna, Junior Hurlburt, James & Marland Jorgensen, Cletus Quinn. Dale Schroder, Genevieve & Kenneth Thomsen, Willard & Carol Thompson, • Leroy Decker. > Plum Creek Club i Claude Seely, Adult-Leader. • Charles & John Albright,-Richard & Arthur Campney, Edgar Keith, Larry, Russell, Robert & Charles Kiley, Billy Kuhn, Duane Mawdsley, Donald Rieken, Kent .Seely, Craig Seely, Jimmy Drone, Pralrie-LuVerne Club Herman Studer, Adult Leader. Robert Applegate, Norman Chambers, Weston Cram, Harlan DeGrqote, Jerry Elbert, Don & Gary 'Gourley, Lester Hash, Jr., Dennis & Hugh Haverly, Duane & • Dale Johnson, George Merriam James Mullins, Kenneth & Richard Nail, Duane Studer, Donovan, •Leonard & 'Rollin Studer, James & Oscar Tindall, Eugene Waltman, Gene & Ben Widen, Fabian Wingert, Carol Wolf, Floy Wolter•man, Donald & Jim Fett. Seneca Club Roy 1 Osborn, Adult Leader. Gene Bollig, Kenneth Campbell, Jackie & Dickie Looft, Paul Lynch, Donald Merrill, Bobby & Billy Moore, Lloyd Osborn, Errol & Perry Petersen. Whittemore Club Mike Mergen & J. M. Elmore, Adult Leaders. Vernon, Gerald, Chas, & Maurice Bormann, Joseph & Pat Butler, Robert, Paul, Edward & John Elbert, Verle, Earl & Charles Elmore, Louis, Milo & Glen Kollasch, Don '&; Clem Mergen, Vernon & Orville Muller, Harold Erpelding. i GIRLS' 4-H CLUBS Plum Creek Elite Mrs. W. J. Zeigler, Mrs. Howard Long, Adult Leaders. Joan Bleich, Dona Gardner, Harriett Grubb, Beverly & Phyllis Rain, Jane. Keith, Ruth Larsen, Joan McWhorter, Maxine Shipler, Marilyn Weber, Virginia & Marian Zeigler. Buffalo Bobsters Mrs. Roy Budlong, Adult Leader Esther Abbas, Amy Fisher, Bonnie Girard,.Drusilla Hansen, Nan- yrl Nelson, Marietta Norland, Catherine Orthel, Jane Ringsdorf. Fenton Forwards Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod & Miss Ruth Dreyer, Adult Leaders. Phyllis Biergtedt, Mary Bierstedt, Iris Kressin, Lorna Kressin, Gladys & Grace Mueller, Delores Mueller, Beverly Schulte, Anna Rae Weisbrod, Ethel Weisbrod, Kathryn Willrett. Greenwood Girls Mrs. M. P. Bernhard & Mrs. C. C. Inman, Adult Leaders. Beverly Ditsworth, Theresa Ann Heiar, Alice Mary Inman, Margaret Kramer, Catherine Mulligan, Eileen Schiltz, Mary Ann Rustemeier, Helen Mescher. Harrison Hustlers „ Mrs. Geo. Harner, Adult Leader 11 Rilla Mae Brewer, Viola Dontje, June Harner, Dorothy Koons, Helen Linde, Beverly Lunn, Patty Patterson. Hebron Hurricanes Mrs. Louis Miller & Mrs. Faith Eden, Adult Leaders. LaDonna & Ramona Ehrich, Beryl Eichhorn, Elda & Evelyn Miller, Betty Lou & Patsy Miller, Elizabeth Reed. Irvington I's Mrs. Rasmie Hansen & Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain, Adult Leaders. Laura Jean Barr, Ardis Bosworth, Harriette Brown, Donna Chamberlain, Janice Funk, Helen Gade, Arlene Hagg, Margaret & Shirley Hansen, Mary Platt, Donna Sharp, Louise Sorensen, Mary Parsons. Lotts Creek Lassies S Mrs. James Butler & Mrs. Mary Lee, Adult Leaders. Ruth Ann Elmore, Ruth Fuerstenau, Betty Gengler, Joanne & Rosanne Germann. Geraldine Kollasch, Florence Kollasch, Darlene & Shirley Lee, Joanne Meyer, Ruth, Betty & Mary Jane Muller, LuVerne Live Wires Mrs. Vernon Eggleston & Lela Fett, Adult Leaders. Doris Applegate, Denise Carroll, Etta & Doris Fett, Mary Lou Klemm, Lois Jean Masterson, Phyllis Nail, Natalie Tindall, Laura Ward,,Gladys Yeoman. 1 .,, ' Prairie Pals •' ¥',£-••' Mi%'.' ! LV-E: Wirigert & Mrs. Auf-Vust Studer, Adult Leaders. Theresa Arndorfer. Carrell Erdman, Rita Garman, Elaine Mullin, Rosemary Studer. Rlverdale Rustlers Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Adult Leader. Helen Becker, Betty Jane Bormann, Thelma Bormann, Mary Joyce Capesius, Angela Erpelding, Arlene Feber, Verena Kavser. Kathryn Kirsch, Darlene Kohlhaas, Mary Jane Origer, Wanda Steele, Mary Thilges, Martha Thilges. Seneca Stars Mrs. Henry Looft, Adult Leader Betty Bollig. Donna Classon, Donna Cody. Shirlev Culbertson, Margerv & Donna Mooro. Wanda Olsen, Dorothy Osborn, Marv Pat- L erson, LaVon Thompson, Jeanne & Delores Wilberg.. .Swea Sunnysfde Mrs. Floyd Treat & Mrs. Stuart Butferfield. Adult Leaders. Violet, Geerdps. Lucille Oeerdes, Joye Gibson, Marlene Halverson, Eleanor. Donna & F.lalne Hp'rten- with. Dorothy & Phyllis Kvlen, Sernice Larsen, Joan Robison, Shirley Treat. TInlon Al.ethean Mrs. Walter Weisbrod & Mrs. John Gisch, Adult Leaders. Jnan "Borte. LaVonne Hs" 8 * 1 "!^, Wary MoKim. Lavnnne B'°Wtnff, Joanne Rochleau, Naomi Schmidt, Jean Scott, Rachpal Weisbrod. German Valley Victory Mrs. H. Plaisier, Adult Leader. Harriet Boecttholt, Trnyce, Veida & Marvella Bruns, Lena DeVries, Ruth & Kathrina Everding, Magdalene & Leona Harrinpa, Arena Helmers, WJlhelmine Kruse, 3'etty Ann Sonnenbers. Weslev Wizards Mrs, Robert Kain & Mrs. Fred Gebkin. Adult Leaders. JVnnelise, Marie & Betty Geb- cin. Bernice & Shirlev Goetz, Joan & Lois Goetz, Carol Hsnsen, Burdine Hanson. Sharon Kain. Shir- ,ey Seefeld, Lavon & Donna Smith. l 4m Members ••^g;.-• >; :/ ^•' : ^•3% iij a: b^pud name! Jt stands . ; to' , jip| ':sj-^iij^ WHAT DO I 00 BECOMING A 1—Attend meetings of your local 4-H club. 2—Do work required fof project you select. 3—Keep proper records of • your 4-H activities. 4—Take part in achievement days, fair, other events. 5—Encourage your neighbor boy or girl to join. INVESTMENT .. Foi The Future! INVESTMENTS are our business. But with most investments there is some risk. When yotlng people invest their time and energies in 4-H club work there is no risk at all. It is all profit. That's the kind of an investment we like, to see grow and prosper. So we haji ewfryKope that this year's membership drive will go over the top in-reaching new members. We can say to these new members that they will not regret their decision. 4-H club work is a going concern. It pays dividends every day of the year. You don't want to pass up that kind of an opportunity. Security State Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation C. B. MURTAGH, Pres. FRANK UOHLHAAS, Vice Pres. E. A. SCHEMEL, Cashier . J. W. HAGGARD, Vice Pres. J. R. MURTAGH, Asst. Cashier A SALUTE TO THE 4-H'ERS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FROM THE Modern Dry Cleaners ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 537 We'll Take Our Place BEHIND THE 4-H SYMBOL And behind the organization for which it stands. Behind the girls and boys, too, who have pledged their heads, hearts, hands and' « / health to benefit their phib, com* nmnity, country and world. ' ' ; ,-.'^ ; "•' . 'V.J::-: *' '" : - ;; " : ; ;: ' : /;," They're leaders—rthtse 4'H'ersr-Wlien the nation ?rie4 for the wartime crisis, 4'H was apong the fiyst to ffep \*p hind them Bl, Sp njpw, 4«rlRf;.i&ei?sfJ^^ §tana, f p^t^ b^cj p| thenj, §oo4 Jii^ f :%|f|isi ;l iS^|qM : Sni|i^^tfM raUgrpwlongtr an4stronger- '•••:• ] •_ ;,•-,; J^v^i-^ferp^^4'£^3^^^* ' SBr..'^(^-:.- -.IP -Sit - ^BIPJP W -fe;iipWl|^ ; ^ d : W^-i'^f.: m 'm: :•&&&•<,$&• lit ill

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