The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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^^iv;.-Ti" t « jTiuntjjnore,.»—'A, ftusch, ffllfii [,<ily reunion'Was held'- Sunday itf *, the basement'of Injmanuel Luthi\ eran church at Lotts Creek, cj/Those of the 71 Who wer'e pres-" f £'ent frbm a distance included Mrs. t ,^Pred Koftegastr Racine, Wise.-, ,\ Mrs.<Barbara Manson,and.daughi ?> f ter, Denver, Colb; f MW. WllHatt \>Rusch, Fort Dodge,, ' Mr, , and •,, Mrs. , Kenneth Rusch, Casper , " Vfyo. t Mr, fihd. -Mrs. Joh?li Iver^ ,' $sdn, Cedar ffalls, Mr/ and' Mrs; ', "Fred Montag, Des Moines, 'Mr' ," and Mrs. J. Holmes and family, ' „ Jackson, Minn;, TMLc» and Mts- '' Oliver Lenz, Sac City. ',,' Also Mr. and Mrs. Ni,ck Gen, gler, Mr. and Mrs/ Arthur Rusch ". f Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and [' ;*Margo, Mr.' and Mrs. Franklin Rusch and family, 'Mr. and Mi's:,* Alvin Potr'atz-. and family, Lottfi Creek; Mr. t and Mrs. H. R. Zu- j.nlach, Mr. arid M^- Harold Zim- |t 1 ' .merrnan ^nd family, Mr. and ' Mrs. Herbert r Zuma.'ch, . ^Tbrbert , Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Guriderson • and family, .Mrs. Adelia Meyer, ' Mf|. Aufella ittftinaer,, Whittemofd, Mr, 'a'nd 'MfS-j-HlVdld' ColWell arid -family. Mh %ttti Mrs\' fired'-Meyelr -and family! Algoiia, and %r. MI Mrs. Earl Weaver and family, Humboldt. ' '., S' '. ' r' 'Mbnotefd On s Birthday -' '\ ; A numbW -of 1 tteighbofS' anb Relatives were guests at a iup- Cheon July 18 in honor of tiouis SVaatz on his 83rd birthday 'at the Braati home. The guests ih' eluded Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Girf- gerich, West Bertd, Mrs.'Ed\yaro Greihert,'Mrs. Clara iVaUdt,! Mrs. Wichtendahl, Mrs. John' UHleri- hake.,, Elda Ba'as, Mrs.J. BJGee.- lan, Mr&'P, W/..-P. Kollasch»' Mrs. Marie; Schm^firig, ,M>, >n8i Mrs Arthur Heidenwith ', and' ,Ruth Braatz."- Mr. 'Braatz • received- many cards and-presents*: Shower Hohoree ' A miscellaneous showdr was held July 17'in-honor.of firenda Gade, 'daughter of Mr! .and. Mrs Lorenz Gade, in'St.,'JaulX'Luth- eran church, Cards were played and lunch : was served to 107 jguestsj foHow4ng .the unwrapping, : of the gifts. Miss- Gade became the bride'of John Schamber pf Lakefield, 'Minn. Sunday, JUly 23, at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Nissen Reunion •; A 1 Nissen family reunion was •, werej 'Mr. jr, Mr, and Mrs.- tiaffr '1W H&r and Mrs W.illlam'Ostwald; Mr. and'Mrs BerC Sfeety jSndffarrtijy,, Mr. ! ^nd .'Mrs. La'Wre|lce--Meyef 1 ' and 'fam- 'lly *and] W* a'M Mis. .EdWara Ckeinefi, aAd tfajftilyV . • I 1 t il S J , > '' " Sirs,' Mafta4» Lfeitijhger \ ;is - a 'patient-jit jhfc-fealO.'Alto Memdr- lal hospital, Emmetsburg'. ' Mrs. Marcu$,ZumaiJh,!who tin- derwent surger'y ( 1ri ,$t. AJlVi hospital, Algonaj last Tuesday Was released from' the • hospital Wed:'- '' - , , . Mrs.' Ka'thteeh Elbert 'entered a* hospital in' R_tSfeHester; 'Mirin for a check-up .Wednesday. , Mti and' Mrs. Lawrence Besch drove to 'Oes Moines' Wednesday evening, wjhere they,' 'nlet Fathei Bleich who was. enroute home fi,ojfi. . Rome ' where he • Was ' ordained .info th& priesthood. He is a brother, of Mrs. Besch. A number of .relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe gathered at ; their home Tuesday evening to celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary. Present, were Mr. arid, Mrs, Gerald Ollom, -Rosella Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely ,and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Cards were .INEXPENSIVE:WAYS TO KILL AND CONTROL PESTS \ HEP INSECT KILLER In Aerosol Type fififi Can, non-inflamable ---- : -------- ACME GARDEN GUARD For Spraying or dusting with no .harm to plants. Can be used against insects in gardens, fruit - trees. Also kills lice and fleas on 1 Lb. Can 69c DIXIE PINE TAR For General'Animal Husbandry Use- —. Pint 49c 57% MALATHIQN SPRAY • • t • Brown's Spray is effective against spiders, worms, flys," and other pests. One bottle dilutes to 24 gallons of effective spray!: ! 8 Qz. Bottle $1,89 ^^XNXVy^^^v^~^~^~<~^^~^ ^V^~~"^ ~S^*S* ^>^^VN^^~^~^>^-~^~~ V^WV~-v~-~~~^~ SPRAY iBUNS, all types, all sites, Ibw cost LAWN SPRAYERS Sprays lawns, frees, hedges, etc. against .insects, Crab grass. N-K CRABGRASS KILLER By'Northrup-King. One pint makes 3 gallons. DUZ-KILL for BOX ELDERS Effective against Bugs, Beetles, roaches, etc. Pint $1.25 GARDEN TOOLS OF ALL STATE STREET - ALGQNA, IOWA played, Billy Johnson, low} high- and. Mr low; Bert Se Dr. and Mta.' fiugeftfe ' dale, who h&Vf spent 1 4% ear* in West 'Africa,. returned^ the States May ! I! Mr. and,'Mrs Stockdale'will'cdme to Whtlte- more'July 2?i TKey^Wiil'-bevat the. public ! sbfic>dl a^ B^ito arid will show ,som'e> 'of -theftv slides and tell' ' of their feXpefieflcqs The- public! is' invited". & %el- come them back to Whlttefflore Dr. Stbckdale ;.was local', dbftb. from July -until, October" o£ 1956 Bancroft Fady AndDaughters Hurt liv Crash ,1 * . H' I*. • Bancroftr . —, 'iMrS,, MaUricb Frochle • and • daughters, Janice and J.eante,,^W6r6',in;.-.a#.{ Alber.i Lea hospital'Saturday" CtU» to a car accident'' in, which, they were injured. Mrss Froehle- and Janice were released' Sliiiday Jeanie remained for- further treatment. Gets Scholarship •.'' James Dolan, son of Mrs. 1 May Dolan, has' won another scholarship for the next academic year at the State University of Iow,a. This is the Alice Grangeit scholarship for tuition and fees. He has also writteii,, a\ scientific article. This appeared in the June issue of lowai State Medical Journal. Jim has, worked with an Iowa doctor for a month, Dr. Marlin Van'' Patten of JTort Dodge. He has returned to Iowa City where he is doing research. Mr. and Mrs. John' Long spent the ; /weekend with, John's 93-year old'- mother, Mrs. Mary Long. They returned to Adel Sunday. Duane McCliesh and Richard Schiltz, Who, spent the week here, returned to Chicago; where they are "employed with United Air Lines!',V-' Mr. and Mrs. J: H. Welp are in, Minneapolis..where they, are attending a chicken convention. Melvin Ditsworth is a ,patienl at Holy,"Family- hospital, Esiher- ville. ''" -J Mrs, ,'Gene Wolf underwent major surgery at Holy 'Family hospital, • Estherville, Tuesday Her daughter,, Jane Wdlf,' Omaha, '^febr., is spending the week here caring -for'her. ' Arliss Dorr and Janice ,Menke spent the Cl week in Mason.- City With' Roselie Dorr. ' "''*"*'•'"" Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith' have purchased the' Deitering estate residence. Mr. and Mrs. Davit? Schiltz have purchased the Smith residence in. the .west end of town. Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi entertained 20 ladies at a coffee party Wednesday evening at her home. . ' ' Mrs. Fred Eckhart and Tommy spent the week with her parents at Ringsted. . . New Distributor For Salisbury Whittemore Feeds has jusi been appointed Dr. Salsbury's Certified Hog Products Headquarters for the Kossuth County area. Dr. Salsbury is one of the world's most respected names in the livestock and poultry health, fields. The appointment of Whittemore Feeds brings to the Whitlemore, Iowa area a complete selection of medicinals,- preventives, health boosters and germ killers to help all hog raisers, regardless of the size of their operation, prevent disease and. maintain a high level of hot health. thurtday, July »,; 1961 -. Atflanafra.). ' • '• ^ . ,./':., ...?...... ..;>_.-..---. ^.:.-.-^-^....-....--.,-..-.•..-.*........-..-. t .'l.^..A..... MAGIC MARKERS, for la- i beling boxes, . packages, , drawing, marking, etc. Var" ied colors. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona. WHEN THE PHONE RINGS, DO YOU «*• (lo m,a4 Jo JfOP WWtMnf «n<J sprint to answw th« ph«jnt mm w» THRII mmm^ jo LADIES' PRIZE-4,200 MILE TRANS-CANADA RALLY! CORVAIR BV CHEVROLET The smiling lady you see at left is Denise McCluggage. With, navigator Starr Hammen> she's just driven over 4,200.miles in, seven days. One reason Denise is wearing the smile is that she and Starr won the coveted Coupe des Dames in this rugged Trans-Canada Rally, topping every other women's team entered. Another reason is. that they beat some 90% of all the men's teams entered. In a rally, of course, you're given specific speeds (within legal limits) at which to complete each portion of the'route. A minute early, a minute late—and you're penalized. Total penalties for Denise and Starr (remember, this-event was 4^200 miles long): four minutes. Four. , Their car was a rally-equipped Corvair Monza Pour-Door. This Trans-Canada Rally, competitors told us, was one of the most searing tests of car and crew in the world. They fought snow and dust, mountains and lonely plains, all the way from Montreal to Vancouver; British Columbia. The Corvairs won the respect of everybody. And "everybody" includes some of Europe's finest rallyists,, not to mention a goodly portion of Canada's population. But then, winning respect is an old habit of Corvair's. If you don't believe-it, try a drive in one, at you* Chevrolet'dealer's. You'll soon be a true believer. •See the new Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HALL ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3554 KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASS'N. PRESENTS 1961 FAIR PROGRAM TUESDAY - AUGUST 15 (CHILDREN'S DAY - Special Privileges For Children) • 7 A.M. — Gates open. 8 A. M. — Judging of market swine and market lambs. Purebred sheep to follow market: lambs. 8:30 A. M. — Judging of Dairy Class. 9 A. M. - Judging of floral hall exhibits and 1-H Girls exhibits. A. M. — Judging of 4-H colts, and open class colts and horses. P. M. — Sale of market swine and market lanbs. P. M. — Baseball Game (Lone Rock vs. St. Joe). P.M. - Auto Thrill Show. WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 16 7 A. M. — Gates open. 8 A. M. - Judging of purebred beef heifers. 9. A, M. — Judging of beef, poultry and rabbits and girl's club exhibits. 2 P. M. — Go-Kart Races. 8 P. M. — Big Car races by National Speedways, Inc. THURSDAY - AUGUST 17 7 A. M. — Gates open. 8:30 A. M. — Judging of 4-H girls demonstrations. 8:30 A. M. - Judging of swine. 2 P.M. — Tractor Rodeo. 6:30 P. M. - 4-H Clubs parade. Kossuth County's 4-H boys and girls will pass in review before the grandstand exhibiting their prize livestock. < 8 P.M. - Carl Mario Stage Show. FRIDAY - AUGUST 18 7 A. M. - Gates open. 8:30 A. M. - Sale of baby beef. 8:30 A.M. T- Continuation of judging 4-H Girls demonstrations.' 2 P. M. - Stock Car Races. 8 P. M. - Midget Auto Races by Northwest Mid.gets, Inc. 10 P.M. - FREE drawing for Dodge Lancer to be given away by the Algona JayCees ' (Qate free after *30 P-. M.) (NO ADMISSION WILL BJ CHARGED AT- THf ©RAN»STAN«> K>R ACTIONS©* PROGRAMS, §X«PT FOR STOCK CAR RACES, FRIPAY) The 1961 Kossuth County Fair Promises To Be The Greatest In Many Years - Come Often And See Topflight Entertainment!

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