The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1967 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 8, 1967
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8-Algona (Id.) Upper D e » Moines , Aug. 8, Swine Show At Emmestburg August 14th The Emmet County Agricultural Show is sponsoring an area Market Swine Show Monday evening, August 14 at the Emmet County Fairgrounds. The event is open to residents of Emmet, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Clay, and Dickinson counties in Iowa and Jackson and Martin counties in Minnesota. The purpose of the show is to increase interest in and knowledge about breeding and feeding of high quality meat type hogs marketed at the most desirable weight and with a degree of finish that will best satisfy the discriminating consumer. Each exhibitor must be at least ten years old and will be limited to showing one pen of two market hogs of any breed. A $1 per head entry fee will be charged and must be paid with the entry. All entries are to be made with Andrew Graff, Fair Secretary, Estherville, Iowa and all entries are due no later than August 9. There will be two trophies and $227 prize money. Rules and regulations and entry blanks may be picked up at most hog buying stations and feed stores or write to Andrew Graff, Fair Secretary, Estherville, la. Best Way The best way to start seeds indoors is to sow them in modern sterile media such as vermiculite, chopped sphagnum moss, perlite, or a mixture of them in boxes or flats. BRIDGET QUINN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quinn, Bancroft, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bridget to Thomas Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch of Fenton. An August 26 wedding is planned. Iowa Lakes College Survey Now Underway Iowa Lakes Community College Merged Area m, Is currently' conducting a survey of manpower and training needs of employers in the five counties of its area including Kossuth, it was recently announced by Supt. Doyle 0. Carpenter. The surrey includes questionnaires regarding present and future needs for workers in the following types of vocational-technical areas: A. Automotive Technicians B. Welding Technicians C. Office Workers D. Farm Management Personnel. Supt. Carpenter said the results of the survey will help determine curriculum development of the Iowa Lakes Community College based on occupational needs. All firms receiving these questionnaires are requested to complete and return them as soon as possible in order that the survey might be concluded in August. Offer Prizes In Tourism Photo Contest The Tourism Division of the Iowa Development Commission is co-operating with the tourist bureaus of 12 other midwest states in sponsoring a Mid-America Family Vacation Photo Contest. Over 1,000 prizes will be a- wai'.led for photographs of scenes, points of interest, and people enjoying vacations in the sponsoring states. Photographs must have been taken between May 1 and November 30 in any of the following states: Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Entry blanks in Algona may be obtained from the Chamber of Commerce, according to William F. Steele, executive secretary. Also from camera stores, motels and hotels, restaurants, and service stations around Iowa, or from the Iowa Development Commission. Pictures from the contest will be used by the Tourism and Travel Division of the Iowa Development Commission to promote Iowa in the many publications that request Iowa photos. Winners will be judged after November 30, and prizes will be awarded in January of 1968. Residents Have Complaints For Area Obscenity The Algona Police Department has received several complaints from Algona residents recently concerning an obscene telephone caller who simply breathes heavily and then hangs up. Also, the local department has been informed of someone stealing women's undergarments from clothes lines here. As yet there have been no signs of breaking and entering homes. If the persons involved in the calls and thefts are to be apprehended, cooperation will be needed from the neighbors who might happen to see someone taking clothes from another neighbor's line. Lucille Code To Wed Rutland Man September 17 CHURCH NEWS Rev. Frank Harcey, co-chairman of CWS clothing collection, is asking again for good used clothing to be packaged in strong boxes or CWS bags tied securely, weighed and taken to the Presbyterian church oh or before Aug. 21. Fill out blanks left there for you. It is necessary that packages be weighed and 10 cents per pound paid for handling. Church denomination need not be LUCILLE GADE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade, Algona, announce the engagement and future marriage of their daughter, Lucille, to Allan Bonde, son of Harold Bonde, Rutland, and the late Mrs. Bonde. A Sept 17 wedding is planned in the Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. designated. The new method is called "economical and Ecumenical." Thousands of dollars will be saved in time, paper and postage. CWS responds to needs everywhere - we sent 20,000 pounds of food and clothing for victims of the Mid-east war this summer. CROP was asked for $1 million worth of food. Best Sheets Check labels when buying sheets. A good label tells you the sheet's torn size, thread count, breaking strength, weight, and shrinkage. Check yourself on what these terms mean. PUBLIC AUCTION of SURPLUS GCG PROPERTY "*• -/?"? *>' Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporate bic aucrton? ^""Hmt of Agricultural offer for sale the following described property of pubic aucrton MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1967 AUCTIONEERS: Virgil Spencer, Charles Quinn TITONKA BINSITE, 9:00 a.m.: LAKOTA BINSITE, 10:00 a.m.: ELMORE BINSITE, 11:00 a.m.: LEDYARD BINSITE, 1:00 p.m.: SWEA CITY BINSITE, 2:00 p.m.: BANCROFT BINSITE, 3:00 p.m.: 10 steel bins, 1 self-propelled mower, tubes, block 66 steel and alum bins, aeration tubes, block 22 steel and alum bins, aeration tubes, block 15 steel bins, aeration tubes, block 44 steel and alum bins, aeration tubes 34 steel and alum bins, block, lumber, tubes TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1967 AUCTIONEERS: Virgil Spencer, Ronald Peck FENTON BINSITE, 9:00 a.m.: LONE ROCK BINSITE, 10:00 a.m.: BURT BINSITE, 11:OO a.m.: WESLEY BINSITE, 1:00 p.m.: LU VERNE BINSITE, 2:00 p.m.: ALGONA BINSITE, 3:00 p . m . : 32 steel and alum bins, aeration tubes 19 steel and alum bins, block, lumber , quonset fans 22 steel and alum bins, aeration tubes 12 steel and alum bins, aeration tubes 20 steel and alum bins, aeration tubes, block 29 steel and alum bins, self-propelled mower, quonset fans, tubes, ladders, block and mjsc, prior to the fc "**"" **"* ™* Office, ,30o North M*in, St.

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