The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1967 · Page 13
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14—Algona, (la.) Upper Det Molnei Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1967 »••**• *••••••••**••«! : DEVELOPMENTS • FROM DEVALOIS • ••••••••••••••••••'•H BY GALEN DeV ALOIS Kossuth Extension Director The annual 4-H award nights for presentation of local and county awards for outstanding work in 4-H will be held from Nov. 6 through Dec. 3 along with the Extension council elections. The places and dates for each are as follows : Nov. 6-Titonka Public School- Buffalo Boosters, Buffalo Boys, Valley Farmerettes. Nov. 6- West Bend High School, Garfield Gems, Garfield Hustlers. Nov. 1 - High School Annex, Algona, Cresco Chums, Cresco Boys, Irvington Ideals, Union Boys, Union Alethean, U-Go-I- Go, Algona A. O.K., Algona Boys. Nov. 9 - Lone Rock School Gym, Fenton Progressors, Fenton Forwards, Seneca Progressive Farmers, Seneca Stars. Nov. 11 - Methodist Church, Wesley, Wesley Boys, Wesley Wizards, Prairie Future Farmers. Nov. 13 - Legion Hall, Burt, Burt Blue Birds, Plum Creek Elite, Plum Creek Boys. Nov. 15 - St. Michael's Hall, Whittemore, Whittemore Boys, Lotts Creek Lassies, Whittemore Lassies. Nov. 15 - Swea City School, Hot Lunch Room, Eagle-ettes, Eagle Wildcats, Swea-Harrison Boys, Grant Hustlers. Nov. 17 - Bancroft Public School, Greenwood Boys, Greenwood Girls, Blue & White. Nov. 18 - City Hall, Lakota, Aggressive Lads, Lakota Luckies. Nov. 18- Lu Verne Town Hall, LuVerne Eager Beavers, Lu- Verne Live Wires. Dec. 3 - St. Joe School, St. Joe Trojans, Riverdale Rustlers I, Riverdale Rustlers n. All meetings will start at 8 p.m. We encourage the parents and friends of 4-H'ers to attend their award night. It gives a. very good opportunity to see what the Kossuth County 4-H'ers have accomplished during the past year. BY MARGARET PRATT Kossuth Extension Home Economist The opportunities that rural America offers for living, working and relaxation are told in the 1967 Yearbook of Agriculture "Outdoors U.S.A." It has just been published by the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. It is designed for all Americans- citizens interested in conservation of natural resources, hunters and fisherman, family campers, children wanting to learn about the great outdoors and farmers interested in recreation enterprises. "Outdoors U.S.A." is destined to become as popular as the 1965 yearbook "Consumers AH" which is on bookshelves in many homes. Send for your copy today. Senators and Congressmen have limited copies for free distribution or it may be purchased for $2.75 from Supt. of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402. 39,460 Trees Farmers in Kossuth county planted more than 39,460 trees under the Agricultural Conservation Program during the 1966-67 tree-planting season, according to Richard I. Anderson, chairman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee. Hope Swinton, Ex-Wesleyan, Dies Oct. 29 WESLEY- Mrs. Wayne (Hope) Swinton, 64, former Wesley resident, died Oct. 29 at St. Luke's Hospital, Davenport, after an extended illness. Funeral services were held Wednesday at Davenport. Burial was also at Davenport. Hope Giddings was born Sept. 11, 1903 at Wesley. She was married Aug. 26,1927 to Wayne Swinton. She taught school in Kossuth county for several years and for nine years at the Annie Wittenmeyer home in Davenport. Mrs. Swinton is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. William Ingram, Keokuk; and two sons, Stanley, Cedar Rapids and Rev. Jerrold Swinton, Millersburg. One sister and three broth- brothers, Gordon Giddings, Wesley; Mrs. Carl Atkin, Lindsay, Calif.; Glen, Laguna Hills, Calif.; and Milton, Fresno, Calif., also survive. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings preceded her in death. - o - HOLDS OFFICE Paul Pfeffer, son of Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, has been elected treasurer of the University of Iowa chapter of Phi Alpha Delta national professional law fraternity in Iowa City. He is a senior. - o - PRESENT "HARVEY" The very popular Broadway play "Harvey" will be presented by the Corwith-Wesley dramatics class Nov. 10 in the high school auditorium at Corwith. The story of Harvey is one that presents both humor and sadness, as Elwood Dowd, who imagines lie lias a six-foot white rabbit as his best friend, is finally taken to a sanitarium for treatment. Peter Niedzlelski plays the role of Elwood, and Douglas Dornbier plays a supporting role as Lyman Sanderson, M. D. A matinee will be presented at 1:30 at Corwith, Nov. 9. - o - SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS Music Mothers of Corwith- Wesley school met at Corwith Nov. 7 at 2 p.m. There will be no school in the Corwith'- Wesley Community Schools Nov. 10 as parent-teacher conferences are to be held. School will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 22 for the Thanksgiving weekend vacation. - o - Mrs. Mary Bode, a C.D.A. District Deputy, assisted with reception of new members at the C.D.A. court in West Bend Thursday evening. There were nine candidates, three re-instate- ments and one transfer. Mrs. Mary Weber accompanied her to West Bend. A pot-luck luncheon was served before the meeting. Mrs. Dave Rasmus began work recently in the Exchange State Bank. The Rasmus family live in the house on the Geo. Hirner farm. Mr. Rasmus works at Farmer's Coop Elevator. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening in Al's Lounge. Mrs. Minnie Bleich was high scorer. Mrs. Sara Raney will have the next party. _ The pupils of both schools observed Book Week by visiting the new public library, which held its grand opening Saturday. A baby girl was born Oct. 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Don Hauptman in Hancock Memorial Hospital, Britt. The little miss weighed 8 Ibs., 3/4 oz. and has been named Marie Augusta. The young couple now has a family of four sons and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Martin of Earling and Mrs. Clara Hauptman are grandparents. Mrs. Marie Doughan entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Nell Frimml will have the next party. A C.D.A. workshop will be held Sunday, Nov. 12 in St. Joseph's parish hall. Members of other courts are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Studer spent several days last week in Rochester, Minn, where she had a physical check-up at a hos- THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it. BRADY GRINDER-MIXER Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it—Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. 10'Auger swings 180° . . . delivers into a silo up to 50' high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at pital. Their son, Bobby, a kindergarten pupil, was a guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer. Mrs. Maude Studer entertained a group ol women at a party Friday. There were no classes at Gar* rigan or St. Joseph's parochial school Wednesday as it was All Saints' Day. Government Is Seeking Help For Iowa Jobs Telephone operators and tele- typists are urgently needed in Iowa by the U. S. Government. A vacancy now exists for a telephone operator in Veterans Hospital, Iowa City. Starting salary for telephone operators is $3,609 to $4,776 a year, depending on the applicant's qualifications, training and experience. Grade 3 teletypists start at $4,269 a year. Both positions require a written test. Those interested may obtain more information and application forms by contacting most Main Post Offices of the Federal Job •information Center, 104 Old Federal Building, Fifth and Court Streets, Des Moines, Iowa 50309. Irvington 4-H Elects Irvington Ideals 4-H Club held its regular October meeting in the St. Benedict school. The main business was election of officers. They are: KathyBernhard, president; Debbie Pecoy, vice president; Mary Harig, secretary; Debbie Youngwirth, treasurer; Sharon Hix, reporter and photographer; Frances Jenkinson, historian; Debbie Pecoy and Sandra Hilbert, music chairmen; Virginia Casey and Barbara Mayer, recreation chairmen. Installation will be held next month. Plans were made for the November workshop meeting, award night, and financial projects. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT KM5 NOHTH MAIN AlOOHA the healthy animal The Healthy Animal Is the profitable animal. Relatively few animals are bom with disease. The major problem is prevention. Profit? Or loss due to disease. Sound principles of sanitation, management and feeding coupled with the proper use of biological and Pharmaceuticals are the decisive factors. 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