The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1967 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1967
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District Pork Queen To Be Selected, Whittemore MARGO RUSCH MARY JO SWANSON HELEN SKOW Kossuth county candidates for the District Pork Queen contest are Margo Rusch, Whittemore, Mary Jo Swanson, Swea City, and Helen Skow, Wesley, according to D:'.ck Kuecker, Kossuth Co. Swine Improvement Association president. The Queen contest is part of district Pork Appreciation Days, which will be held this Saturday, ,June 17, at the Whittemore Coop Elevator at Whittemore. National Pork Queen, Deanna Young, Clarion, will be on hand to crown the new District Queen. The evening's program will begin with a whole hog barbecue smorgasbord, with serving from 6 to 8 p. m. All pork producers and their families and other interested people from Kossuth, Emmet, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Humboldt, Wright, Hancock and Winnebago counties are invited to attend. Price of the smorgasbord is $1 for adults and 50? for children under 12. 17 Kossuth Youngsters To 4-H Conference Kossuth county 4-H members will go to State 4-H Conference June 21-24 at Iowa State University, Ames. Seventeen members and their diaper ones will be a part of 1,200 4-H'ers from every county in Iowa. Kossuth was also honored by having Sigrid Johnson of Wesley selected to sing with the State 4-H chorus. Two members will attend the pre-conference, which is a workshop designed to prepare two members of the delegation to help with the conference training. The members from Kossuth county are Judy Berger, Algona, and Steve Detrik, Whittemore. Regular delegates attending are Kathleen Plathe, Irvington; Diana Muller, Algona; Pat Lewis, Lakota; Linda Higgins, Titonka; Delores Heldorfer, Bancroft; Ellen Mather, Swea City; Carmen Montag, West Bend; Marilyn Roethler, Algona; Jane Walker, Burt; Phil Meyer, Fenton; Mike Bierle, Buffalo Center; Dennis Hanson, Swea City; John Kiley, Burt; Chuck Frideres, Algona; and Norman Zaugg, West Bend. Chaperones accompanying the group will be Lloyd Thorson, Armstrong, and Mrs. Cliff Teeter, Algona. 14 Boy Scouts From Algona At Campout Troop 70 of the Algona Boy Scouts sent 14 boys and five adults to a camp-out at Lake Cornelia near Clarion June 3-4. Fishing and canoeing and Order of the Arrow elections for the troop were held. Attending from Algona were Scouts Scott Buchanan, Mike Moulton, Jeff Higgs, Dan Beisell, Erman Hansen, Craig Lemkee, Steve Schneider, Dave Beisell, Pat Anderson, Mike Koob, Dennis Bilyeu, Mike Crowley, Robert Steven and Larry Doughan. Adults included Dick Beisell, Scoutmaster, Bill Bestenlehner, Karl Hansen, Paul Lemkee, and Dick Schneider. Four Kossuth 4-H Members To Health Camp Four Kossuth county 4-H members will be attending Health Camp at the State 4-H camp at Madrid June 14-17. Members attending are Karen Eden, Titonka; Bonita Kiilsholm, Algona; Leonard Becker, Wesley; and Ronnie Gilbride, Algona. Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm, Algona, will accompany the group as camp counselor. The four-day camp has the theme this year of "Environmental Health." Upon returning, camp delegates hope to work out some public appearances to show what they have learned at the camp. Ed Gorman New Buttermaker At Wesley WESLEY - Charles Weir, who has been buttermaker at the local cooperative creamery for the past 10 years, has accepted the same job at the West Bend cooperative creamery and he and his wife expect to leave about June 15. Ed Carman, who has been assistant at the local creamery, will take over as buttermaker. Mrs. Weir has been employed at Al's Cafe. To Conduct Workshop Mrs. Ray Brandt, secretary of the Iowa League of Women Voters, will conduct an orient- ation and leadership workshop for the Algona League of Women Voters on Tuesday, June 13. The 12:30 luncheon at Van's is for all prospective and present menbers. Mrs. Jim Chalstrom will preside and Mrs. Bill Finn, Mrs. Claude Slagle and Mrs. Vern McClure are in charge of reservations. Top Kossuth Milk Herd Is At Whittemore In the south Kossuth D.H.LA. testing program, 15 herds were tested totaling 349 cows this past month. Also eight herds by owner-sample methods with 152 cows, reports Mrs. Paul Hum, D.H.LA. supervisor. The average production per cow in last month's high testing herds were Alfred Meyer, Whittemore, 14,157 milk, 505 Tuesday, June 13, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moine*—5 butterfat; Ronald Meyer, Rodman, 13,270 milk, 502 butterfat; Stanley Opheim, Whittemore, 12,537 milk,455butterfat; James Schmidt, West Bend, 13,033 milk, 467 butterfat. Single cows whose lactations ended recently are Conrad Schmidt, Ottosen, 17,650 milk, 612 fat; Randall Clark, Algona, 11,100 milk, 521 fat; Stanley Opheim, Whittemore, 15,120 milk, 506 fat; Robert Waechter, West Bend, 15,720 milk, 502 fat; Felix Thilges, West Bend, 11,920 milk, 453 fat. LuVerne Buys Ambulance From Blake the LuVerne fire district as sewn as arrangements can be made. There will be a training program In which they Invite men interested in becoming drivers or attendants. The course consists of first aid and ambulance technique, including helping at the scene of an accident. EVER NOTICE THE EXPRESSIONS ON PEOPLE PHONING? LUVERNE The town of LuVerne has purchased the Blake ambulance. They hope to make ambulance service available to hidden invaders Roundworms. The trouble about cattle round worms is that it's hard to tell you have 'em. But odds are 9 to 1 that your cattle are infested. Even with light infestation, roundworms can cost $15 per head over 105 days in the feedlot. And that doesn't even consider resistance breakdown to other parasites and disease. We have a safe, new wormer that rids cattle of roundworms. Thibenzole does the job with Just one palatable feeding. Cattle needn't be starved, and it's safe even with sick or pregnant cattle. (Discard dairy milk for 96 hours following worming.) We hava three different concentrations - crumbles, pellets and cubes, Stop hidden Invaders. bfologloals - Pharmaceuticals - vitamins 'coop Animal Health Products Whittemore Co-op Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants TELEPHONE 295 - 5614 They range from hilarity to deep seriousness. And no wonder—your telephone is a part of your life, bringing you news, conversation, humor, and now and then a little sadness. Which is probably why so many people value their telephone as a trusted friend. Northwestern Bell

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