The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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""'i^ • •" ''"W,; 1 ," ' Mrs. ArtiMe Mafk McQUirg, ,iffo Gene Nicbrilfi, Mr. iana rl She|3pafd, .&fid Mr, and wight Wagnee and ihe Honor Quests ifamily .piomc ,w»8 .held Stm- Si Iowa take at Whidh in attendance" wore 1 "fl families: Jar. and Itetrs. Stanley MudMejt, Mr. and Sirs. Russell JSickett, -Mr. ^nfl Mrs, JStibert •Williams, 1vfr.-mid SSre. Xloyfl Muckey and Mr. and Mrs. Srtb Mucke^-ana- iatefly, 1 *M jh&ftap guests Stfiio 'have been visiting Jiere from Westchester, Mrs. Bulix, -80 J Mrs. Augusts Sehz Wtft''*.. a picnic dinner -^undjjy/^t Ambrose tCail S&fte T""" f '"' racing her dgbtieth persons were Mrs. Beitz was Ja-esentefl : ,an -electric fry pern, :a Sheets "arid a set <Sf has 34 grandchildren ,aad .greattgrandchildrcn. Elbert Beunion Two <hundred and twenty-five .persons attended-'.the Elbert Sara- Mrs. Matthew .Btrdit etittartain- j<ed at a coSee JMfi&y Ji$ut-of-town guetfe "-fret* .i JlButchison, Tuseon, Ann .fieardifley Id., Susan K^Hey, ida, Mrs. ^dferest !T»rogot)d, Angeles, -CaM., -arid Mis Ryan, cousin erf Mrs. ,-Streit, Scottsdale, Birthdays Mr. and "Mss, 3!ai3 •entertained at -dinner tmmTfliit, Joe. .ana l>uarie ; , ! aihumacher, Mrs. Cavanaugh ;aafi Mrs. fiagg, Whittemofe. CRlder, Elaine Kramer, mated horsewoman, I flhoW-.sewnl improvements on the Snr.lettt art-at the IHlnneaota •ptate .Fair, sohaffulBd Aug. ^6 through Sopt. 4. AppeaTlng ,1n the Jfitate Tetr Ao*ss Show, s'ie wlU rife a mat(5h6a fily-pony Hitch f i fcahiofl OE thti fewel £23 ovci JmrSc-a. . -«nfl Mrs. ihidfl .St. Jctofl, Mrs. Dori Meyer ahfl Mr. -anfl Mrs. Stanley Blat3t, -Suiit, are going -to Car- a-oll Sunday and -will .be gue&t&i eg 3Slr. and Mrs. iPerry ,St. Johflj •at Sinner. 'Jhe first 'birthday trf fierry St. Jtihri's son, Michael, is /being .celebrated. Attend Beuaion f Mr. ^ind Mrs. S.ov/ax& Low- mtra-'aM ; tfae latter's sstrther and brather, "Mrs. JCafie Schroedei 1 aiid .Arthur attended a Schroe- ifamfly leonion Sun-. Itttfeft Mrs. Charles Patterson talned her .bMdge clliU), day ' , .Mrs Arthur Krause entertained her sewiag dub Tuesday &£' ternoon. Family Picnic A family picnic was held Awg. at €all State Park in honor of Mrs Augusta Beitz Who celebrated .her 80th birthday Saturday, Aug. 5. There were S& pre- 'sent whidh included seven -ohil- dren, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and friendis. Mrs. R. W. Hash of JCoshkonong, Mo. -was the only child of Mrs BeiW •who was not present. ' Mrs JHvin sage ty i _ Ihe gfeast dlsta Itin Sj!nitH^tllo », for the ..... A freak birth purred In the had two heads State Tourney Here . Leg* ion towMgltOupiarflent will be, held in Algdaa : It was announced earlier this WeeK by a delegation of local Legionnaires who are at; tending the -state ponvention at Sioux City. "The event will be held in winter at both Algona" 4-H Boys Show *! '* Time, Money having Ideas boys' 4-H club. members showed and shared their money .making «nd time saving ideas ,-a.t the annual "How !To Do Jt Contest" at Burt Monday evening. * ,James Abbott and James TTit- chals ol the Union boys' 4-S club won top senior honors ,wilh thek demonstration. Chris "Nygaard .of the "Wesley boys -was secoriS. "These *wo teams -will represent .Eossuth Bounty at ;fhf Iowa -State 3Fsar as the Tesult -td 'then* 'performance. Bodney Jensen and Brian Johnson of ihe -Seneca Progressive club won 'top junior .honors with •then- demonstration. Russell 'Shaw -and -Sandy Schenck of the Union "boys placed second. "The Seneca senior team of Donald Hanisch and James Bergum placed tliu-d. The Seneca junior and senior -teams will re- HsRpY TASTE! 'Pickupa6-pack present Kossuth county at the Ciay County Fair. •Other 'blue ribbon teams in the contest .and their demonstrations were — Oariield Hustlers, 'Duanc JMetzger and Honald Banwart," Robert And, Kichard Erpeldmg, St. Joe Trojans, Don Madsen and John Mescher, Mum Creek, Senior £Hizeiu Inqtfire Now ! 60 to Age 1 00 ttlft IfflnF ^ n ntfiFi ft ] out obUigsapm :i(bout •new hospilal and plan, guaranleed renewabli JOT life, ior 3nan<and women iBO years and over. "Name Address _t Town ._* _„, A.J. III 'Arnie" Ricklefs ins. 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