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12-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinet Tuoday, Aug. 8, 1967 7-Act Fair Program By White Horse Patrol Unit The White Horse Mounted Pa>- trol of Sioux City is made up of about forty-five pure white horses, and about forty-five riders. The full show consists of a Grand Entry, seven trick acts and a Precision Drill, and will be a 2 p.m. feature Thursday, Aug. 17, at the Kossuth County Fair in Algona. The Grand Entry is made up of thirty-two horses and riders. This includes five flag horses, three officers, and twenty-four men in the line. The men are attired in rich, colored uniforms. This is followed by seven acts which are put on by our professional trainer, who trains the horses all year round. The acts last about one hour and ten minutes. Following the acts is the precision drill, which consists of a number of highly complicated precision movements, participated in by twenty- seven horses and riders. This is a very colorful part of the show and lasts about thirty minutes, making the full show about one hour and forty-five minutes. Ex-Resident Dies, Mason City The funeral for Ethel T. Wooldridge, 59, treasurer of Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association of Mason City was held Monday at the at 2 p. m. at the First Baptist church. Elmer Harden officiated. Mrs. Wooldridge died Friday in a Mason City hospital. She had lived in this community 25 years and made her home at 1616 S. Taft. Pallbearers were Robert Palmer, Henry Ludens, Max Sowers, James Marshall, Morris Laird and B. M. Iverson. Merle Dickinson was the vocalist; Mrs. L. E. Mitterer, organist. Burial was in Riverview cemetery at Algona. Mrs. Henry Furst of Algona is a sister, Mrs. Wooldridge was a graduate of Algona High School. Committal Rites For Mrs. Keith Funeral services for Mrs. Sue Norma Keith, Auburn, Calif., former Algona resident who died Friday in California, will be held at 10 a. m. Wednesday at the McCullough Funeral Chapel. Rev. Frank Harcey, pastor of the Congregational church, will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Survivors include two sons and a daughter, Richard, Auburn, Calif.; Everett, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Harriet Schlichting, Auburn, Calif. Mrs. Ira Kohl of Algona is a step-daughter, and Mrs. Keith was an aunt of Kyle and Wayne Keith. Resignation Of Extension Aide Is Announced Wayne Lynch, Kossuth County Extension Council Chairman, recently announced the resignation of Dennis Cumberland, Extension Assistant, in charge of 4-H and Youth. Dennis is leaving the Extension Office to pursue a feeder pig operation near Irvington, la. August 18 will be Dennis* last day of duties in the position of Extension Assistant in Kossuth County. As yet, no successor has been named to Cumberland's position. Fractures Pelvic Bone On Trip Mrs. Jesse Riddle, former Algona resident, who with her husband has been a resident of California in recent years, is now a patient in the Algona rest home, recuperating from a fractured pelvic bone. Mr. and Mrs. Riddle were driving back to Algona several weeks ago and stopped at a filling station in Casper, Wy. Mrs. Riddle slipped in the station, but they continued their trip to Algona. Reaching Algona, they sought medical advice and x-rays disclosed the fracture. Bancroft station has new owners BANCROFT - James Vasko and Edward Schiltz both of Bancroft are now operating the Chaiiiplin service station in Bancroft. They purchased the station from Lawrence Kemna of Bancroft. They also bought a bulk tank wagon service from Gene Fagerlund of Swea City. They will service the area surrounding Bancroft with farm gas and fuel oil. Both Vaske and Schiltz worked for Fergie's K and II in Bancroft previous to the purchase of this station. Wayne Frideres Enrolls At Nebraska School Wayne Frideres of Algouu has enrolled at Nuttleton Technical Institute of Columbus, Nebraska for the fall term commencing Sept. 11, 1967. Mr. Frideres has chosen a career in the field of Engineering Technology and will train in the Mechanical and Building Construction Technology Course at the Institute. Wayne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Frideres. New Legion Officers The newly-elected officers of the Seely-Walsh Post of the Whittemore American Legion were installed at the regular meeting Tuesday night. They are Commander, Ervin Schuller; 1st Vice Commander, Carl Ernst; 2nd Vice Commander, Don Anderson; Treasurer, Jerry Bormann; Adjutant, TomDunphy;Sergeant-at- Arms, Ray Betts; Historian, Delbert Dogotch; Chaplain, KenFar- rell; Service Officer, Bob Gengler; Executive Committee, Alfred Schultz, Dick Arend, BUI Degan and Glenn Kollasch. Expo '67 Expedition Dick Palmer, local high school teacher, and tout high school seniors left Algona Sunday for a two-week trip to Expo '67. The four lads accompanying Mr, Palmer are Dean Teeter, Steve. Claude, Greg Perkins and Greg Powell. -97- Mrs. Johanna Dietrich of Lone Tree was feted on her 97th birthday June 13th at her daughter's home in Iowa City. DIAMOND'S PRE-SCHOOL SPECIALS 2500PR SLACKS OR JEANS MANY - MANY - MANY NO IRONS!!! A MOTHER'S SPECIAL: Boys No-Iron Wash'n wear JEANS In Slim or Reg. Blue, Green or Black 50-50 Poly, denim 6 - 18 $3.49 Young Men's No-Iron SLACKS Tan, Black, or Olive 50-50 Polyester Reg. slims or huskies $3.99 & $4.99 Oops! Forgot to mention Boy's Corduroys! No-Iron Hopsac SLACK - JEANS Your choice of colors 28-36 in. 4 The latest fall colors. 50-50 Polyesters $4.99 No - Iron GARRIGAN SLACKS Sizes 26 - 42 $5.95 LUGGAGE AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE Head for the campus in style ! For solid packing . .. 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