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S£* thutt^y, Au 9 u,M6, i»6t Mfss Antenbausr By Mf». Fffrt tiglngt, $fri. Aattife Huber tit Amsterdam, Mo., arrived Friday to visit her brother, Joseph Worby, and family. Harold Worby went to bring his aunt here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle, son Charles, and their niece, Marie Kay Marty, visited Friday, in Minneapolis. Their daughter, Margene Merkle, "returned for the weekend With her parents. Mrs. 1 Betty, Mcfcullough of Bradentbn, Fta,, Mils. Bertha Jorgensen and Mrs. Ann Hartson of' Fairmont, Minn.,' were Thursday guests of Mrs. ,Wilma Tiede Dehnert. ' Jean Hartzell of Early, was a guest the past week of Annette Braynard in. the parental Glen Braynard home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Bortz and Linda of Adrian, Minn., Were Saturday overnight guests of' her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Genrich. .Linda remained for her vacation 'with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.' Genrich. ' Mrs. Allen SlaJtc, Richard, Su- PnfldCl6cJ To Wet! E, and Reibefi. fiate KUbiv And FTOTOS5jJ V;,.-•••T^ Over Sunday parental Arthur guests in the Dimler home Were Mrs. James Neville and Diane of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Herbner of Mason City, sister of Mrs. Dimler. Jack Leerierman, his daughter, Mrs Charles Sharp and her friend, Mrs. Eleanor Gedelmen of Gibson City, '111.', arrived to visit his niece, Mr. and Mrs. John Bocke.s, nephews, the Da vie Huff family and Jess Huff. Sunday they visited his niece Mrs. zie, and Robert, Date Kubly and Gi-etchen went to MftrShftiltewfl Sunday. The*y • Attended • I' L«rf|. behn reunion, f&nily" of 'Mrs. Blake in River View Park. The Rev. Unt! Mrs. J. Paul Stevens anfl ehildrtrt 1 are* ift dar Falls this week attending the summer assembly of 1 the Ev. United Brethren church in the canip at Rlvervlew Park. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marty land children of Waltham, Minn., were 'Sunday Visitors in .the parental C. 0. McClellan home. Mr' and Mrs Earl Neal left Monday , to visit relatives in Champaign, Mansfield, Saybrook and Fisher, 111., for ten days. They will attend reunions of both their families. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Foresci and David, Fort Dodge, were Saturday visitors of her parents, Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolllffe. The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Carroll was baptized Diana Marie Sunday in Sacred Heart Catholic church at Livermore, with Rev. P. M. Sturm officiating. Sponsors were aunt and uncle, Mary Toohey and. Don Carroll. A dinner following in the Mrs Helen Toohey home, maternal grandmother. $y Mrs Syl Wagn*f •»'"' tt Nettie Jansen and family .in Webster City. Mr. Leenerman is a brother of the late Mrs. Katie Huff.' Casper Wiegnand of Ortonville, Minn., arrived to visit his nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engel -and ,his niece, Mrs. Laufla Zweifel near Renwick.. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Miller and children of Sargeant, Minn., her, sister, Mr land Mrs Don Cook of Indianola, visited relatives here Sunday and with their mother, Mr. an d Mrs. Dean Bowman at Algona. Lt. Marlin Hefti of Quantico; Va. called Friday corning on Mr. and Mrs. •William Bigings and other friends. Marlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Hefti of Britt formerly of LuVerne, is in the Marines. With Mrs. Hefti and Julie they are on a 30-day leave with their parents, the Hefti and Bartik families in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Elbert and son in Marian. MACHINERY Mammoth 80- Acre Farm Machinery & Home Appliance Shows, Largest in World. Other Main Feature* are: • Huge Open Class Cattle, Swine, Sheep and Draft Horse Shews, First 6 Days. • Gorgeous Nite Show, Ten Nites, with Fireworks. 50e Cen'l Adm. for Children under 15, Kids' Days, Aug. . 28 and Sept. 1, • Auto Races All 10 Days— 5 Speedway Car Meets; 5 1 Late Model Stock Car Races; Two Thrill Shows, • FFA ft 4-H Club Livestock Shews, Cattle, Swine and Sheep, Last Four Pays, • Huge Farm Crops, Flower, Fruit A Vegetable Shows. >• 8 Nile Horse Shows, Aug. 26 thru 31 * Sept. 243. Matinees Aug. 25, 26 * < 27 and Sept. 3 ft 4. • Dairy, Bees, Art, Women's, School and State Exhibits. • Rpyal American Shew* on WerU'f tergejt Midway. •|«iy ttttntj Kelt* bf Mall.'' Si/njfor 4ft*r«ew, JZ40 4 U, ay 4"»fi?e»», M * Chut ft Mo*<r Ortkr la anny's 5tg/( fair, St. l>wl 13. If I- OuWjrft 8«f SOt, 4<*», St. 00. AUG. 26-SEPT. 4 A pot-luck picnic dinner at the Mike Hinz home Sunday donored the birthday of Mrs Hinz, which was Aug. 7. Children present were Henry and Walter at home, Mr and Mrs Leo Tofteberg, Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann of pttosen, Mr and Mrs, Clarence Hinz, Mr and Mrs Arnold Hinz, LuVerne, Mr and Mrs James Abel of Kasson, Minn., Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratland of Bode and families. Others were Mrs Bertha Schi- pujl, Mr and Mrs Otto Jagels and Daryl, LuVerne. , Mike Hinz returned home from three weeks visiting relatives in Minneapolis, Clear Lake and his daughter at Kasson, Minn. Weekend visitors in the parental Bert Thomas home were Mr and Mrs William Schoenrock and family, Arnold, Dorrancs and Gary Thomas of St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ewalt Zetlau of Dakota City visited their daughter, Mr and Mrs Otto Schipuh and family Saturday evening. Violet and Luella Swiger and Mrs Fred Goetsch visited Mrs Ralph Consoer of Fort Dodge, medical patient in Mercy hospital. , • •-."<• •Mr and Mrs John Jacobs and family of Rudd Were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Frances Shorey and family. Gaylen Witzel of Cedar Falls was a weekend guest of his mother, Mr and Mrs Frances Shorey and family. He is attending the summer term at S.C.I. Mr and Mrs Frances Shorey and family, her son Gaylen Witzel of Cedar Falls, went to Dysart Sunday where they were joined by her son, LeRoy Witzel, for a picnic. LeRoy will be vocational ag teacher in the Dy- snrt school this year and began his duties July 1. Mrs Don Cook, former Myrna Larimer, of Indianola was the honored guest Sunday at a pink and blue shower in the home of her aunt, Mrs George Studer. Co-hostesses were Mrs Earl John and Mrs Dean Bowman of Algona. Mrs Joe Papps of Detroit, Mich., arrived to visit relatives here. She came to visit her father, Fred Tiede at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Gerald Weller and Bruce of Dayton, Ohio, arrived Saturday to visit her parents, the C. O. McClellan family. Robert Weller, who has visited the past four weeks here, will return home. Mr and Mrs Larry Patterson ot Fort Dodge were Sunday Kuests of his sister, Mr and Mrs Jatk McClellan and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Sayors of Des Moines announce the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Zulabe Almarie Ankenbauer, Algona, to David Larry Erickson, son* of. Mr and Mrs Donald Erickson," rural Algona. Miss Ankenbauer is a 1960 graduate of Algona high and is employed with way Drivers the Iowa High- Examiner. Mr. Erickson is a -1957 graduate'^of Algona high and attended Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis. He js presently employed •'_ at Ken's Auto service.' / '' The wedding will take' place Sept. 10 et Immanual Lutheran, church, Lot.ts Creek. (Nels.Isaac- son Photo — UDM Engraving) LONE ROCK By Mrs Darryl Householder Mr and Mrs Donald Kadig were hosts to several guests honoring their son, Perry's 13th birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs John Schallin, Mr und Mrs Roger Radig, Mr and Mrs Larry Dreyer and Nancy, Mr und Mrs Heine Wetzel of Algona, Mrs Clara Pompe and Mrs Marie Dreyer and Janice. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer visited in the Leonard Dittmer home in Burl and made the acquaintance of Robert Allan Johnson, new grandson of Mr ana Mrs Leonard Dittmer. The child is the son of Mr and Mrs Duanc- Johnson of Aigona. Mrs Wilfred Radig returned home July 31 from a week at the International Lutheran Woen's Missionary League Convention at Pittsburg, Penn. Upon her return home she visited with the Arnold Ramstock family at Cleveland, Ohio and with ine George Morse family at Aurora, 111. Mrs Rose Rumstock of Lakota stayed in the Radig home while Mrs Radig was on hei trip, Michael and Susan. Schrotnifi' were Sunday visitors in the home of their grandmother, Mrs Hurlburt, SENECA NEWS Mr and,Mrs Martin Wllberg,, Lois and Jerry and their • grand- phi! dren,. Jimmy and Janet, met the Marvin Wilberg family-, of Estherville at Fairmont,"' Minn. Sunday and enjoyed, a picnic .dinner together. They were ' also joined by Tilda Johannesen. of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Jack Looft and Tommy of ^Rochester have been visiting at the Henry Loofts. Tommy remained with his grandparents while his parents attended the funeral of an uncle, Geo. Gahan. -.''-. The Seneca Stars 4-H club lield their local achievement show at the Seneca school, Aug. 1. , Mrs Ralph Thompson of Lone Rock'.and Mrs Henry jl/oof t were judges. • Weekend guests at the .yerl Smiths were a cousin and family, the Carl Gertsens from Des Moines. Mrs. Smiths father, W. E. Hansen, Ottosen, also visited there during the ^'week Weekend visitors ! at the Olal Oftedahl home were.their daughters and families. " The Donald Dcikkens came from Sioux City, the Bruce Hills from Titonka and Mr and Mrs Jerry Jacobs from Armstrong Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and sons drove to New Ulm, Minn Sunday where they met Mr and Mrs Joe Neuman and their family and Mr and Mrs Ben Baker und Michael and Kathy from California. Mrs Neuman is the former Opal Nelson and Mrs Baker is a daughter, Donna. The limits of vibration, which the average human ear is capable of hearing, are from 18 to 30,000 vibrations per second. Mr* Sfid ; liJhi', Bofe '.Sch^b^rj and family; artd 'Nlek SeHne" «er from,Cyril,' Okli,"Wr*-' J tors 'last wsek at/the t Mr and Mrs AlviflUfp'feldin lamily. , • * 'August • 10, AmeKda » daughter of • Mr and Mrs Berte and Jeanette Kellner, ghter of Mr. and Mrs Cyril 1 ner, will be received. Into? Border at Mt. St. Brands cdrt'- Dubuque, with relatives „ „ here attending the ceremonies.' i Christopher Mark Thome, ,;Son of Mr and Mrs Leon Thonie, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Itev.: Leo, C. Schumacher, with Arlene Thome and Richard. Perran,fas sponsors. ', ''v Candice Marie Etfahson, dattgjf- ter of Mr and Mrs Ronald ,Kvah- son, was baptized in, St. Josfep'K's .church Sunday by Rev. Beo.sJC/ Schumacher.•-• Sponsors werftvMr' and Mrs Gerald Kirsch. , •* ••].';, Mrs Vernon' Befte and infant son came home Sunday. ' '•< Mr and Mrs /.Roger 'Bormahh and family from Alta Vista Were visitors here over the weekend with relatves -and friends, ** M ' •* A * i , RINGSTED NEWS Mr and Mrs Earl Halseth"'and family of Patterson, Calif, a¥e visiting at the home of ihe.lat 1 - iMr ahd, .and if Kfeh 1 st, - . "gd 'with. theuM "•: sen-.Who.are' Mr Mn arid son at the parfehtal Gi. J. JeflsVbld Borne'. ,V"" ; L •• '-'• - - F*raiikife Myefs,,, returned Sunday, ffem v Mfe where 4he", had spent, several weeks ^Hh' her daugnter,'\Mi i s Garth' Srdufe. She also reports.that,she received itfbrd' of the birth son to. her 'sjlttj ,the "Frank at Mt. Pleasant, Mich. , Mrs Wilbttf ;Chrisfense«,' Defe- bie- and Sally.' 6f- Gillette/ Wyo.j Visted at the Kbme • of, 'Mrs Annie Chrste'iise'n> / Friday. ' • * ' Wisconsin/. Michigan I*i4r, ' ', \t '«"<'•» ' Kbht, Salary . ...»«~..ju»*...*. Voiot, .Salary 50,OuC6W«f),, Salary -.^. 40.2S. . V spent tftf •w'eek&nd'lt'the home of their; daufhter and fam-, the *" BURT By Mrs Al Hlnckley Mrs Vern Shipler entertained 'a group ^of-ladies at'her home at a morning coffee hour on Thursday. - , j . ' Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff attended the Methodist Bible Conference held at Okoboji last week. The Riebhoffs attended sessions on Sunday and on Friday.' The Misses Lorena Riebhoff and Sue Richardsoh both of Des Moinps visited -Saturday and Sunday at the Lance Riebhoff home.. Thtf girls, were enroute ,, D6le, Saldfy — ---- ».«..*..«. • I Herbst, skftry .*..*i,J9.«lu.. ,10 "* r 5 ^; B t,wmiir;::::±: Trust and Aaency, PwWrt —», Council Minutes • * * * ' ' * •?•* flffHUfB f TheVClty . Council-*ef, !hierk,'Artd ,the fpir-- w " " home-from'a ter*s father,^ So'ren, Chrls&nsen.' which took 1 them day vacation 'to points in TEN DAYS OF STATE FAIR SPEEDWAY ACTION THE. WORLD SERIES of-.dirt'track racing will be, presented at the Minnesota State Fair, Aug..$6 through Sept.',4. More than 65 of the .nation's fastest cars, jnclufling more than -20, Oflenhausera, are expected to-vie for qualificatlon>-in,the'five-day Speedway Car series. The'sprint f rac^s will'be : 4iig;A26V 29 and! 30 and Sept. 1 and 3. Late model gtock'cars-'wiU b'ftttle'ItJ'out'ln^ track events held-Aug. 27, 28 .and 31'<Rh'd ; .aept:*2 and 4.-;TK^pbt of gold behind;the checkered flag, which-is'the'ra'ceidrlver'sirainbow; Is.a.pUrae totaling |60,000. -. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce* terminating my medical practice in Bode to join my family in New York City. I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for making my living and practicing in Bode very enjoyable. I will look forward to future visits. ' i If anyone wishes me to,,I will be happy to transfer his medical record to a physician of his choice. ! My address in New York will be: ISAAC H. SHOHET, M. D. 70-34 KISSENA BLVD., KEW GARDENS 67, NEW YORK jM^Muikey^'E Absent: Whjttemcw. ,Waived, thr" "*-"- r Authorized friember " meotlnj) ' Budde several, lections Utilities report for 1 "6* month* Was acknowledged and placed on file. In' the Clefk's office. Directed City Attorney, to draw Up an arnmenditieht' to Title IV Chapter 9 of the City Ordinance making State Street a through" street from Phillips street east to Main. Sttaet and making Main street a through Street from Highway 18 south to McGregor Street. GENERAL Df. Shlerk,, Salary u $ 112,50 D. Smith, Salary . i 208.57 la. State 6k., W'Hold „_.. 19.10 Arwell, Rat Control .....* 20.00 Koch Bros,, Office Supplies .. 59.00 N. W. B. Yel. Co., phone 20.00 Dr. Shlerk, meeting expenses . 14.50 STREET Burtls, Salary -* 138.39 Framhach, Salary 126.29 Lashbrook, Salary ___,... 163.37 Metzen Jr., Salary .1 127.69 Myers, 'Salary , 116.70 Pergonde, Salary ...i... 162.32 Prew, Salary. 142.69 la. State Bank, W'Hold 90.30 N. W. B. Tel.. Co., Phone .... 12.60 Barclay , Co., .Mdse.,: ,.55 Botsford Lumber. Mdse. 4l67 Cities Service Oil Co., gas 101.46 City Clerk, Maint. :_ 2.00 Elmer Dole Co., Gravel ' 3,846.70 Kossuth Co. Treas., Chips 143.04 Skelly Oil Co., Motor oil 121.25 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman,. Salary, 188.25 Bulten, Salary ^..^..L 153.07, Hutchison, Salary 152.43 Jorgenson, Salary—. 161.70 McBrlde, Salary „!_•__ 145.25 Schwarzenbach, Salary 148.07 Elbert, Salary 15.00 2-RowJChop-AII •*^^nl •-*— ( \ -' _ .•',- ?' , , ,»-,- PLANTATION WKltfemere, Iowa SUNDAV; AUG. 13 ARTKIRMSE SUNDAY; AUG. 20 GUY DE LEO SUNDAY, AUG. 27 tLEM BRAU No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii ,'Save field time, chop-silage faster'at peak of |value.with Gehl^-Row.Chpp.-All! Big capacity ; chopping with half'the field "travel. Handles row' .crops 36 to,42' wide.- Safer,, too, with-Gehl's! •exclusive Safety Clutch that atopa the chain'gatheW (ing mechanism so yoti can •',;<"-', safely check the machine in the field. Get instant operating control fron) the tractor seat with'Gehl's : forward-neutral-re verse i lever. Come in and check [Gehl's safety features and ibigger capacity^' ^ GEHL Cfwp,-CJlL Vow can't o«af GeM'f /ower pr/«e JOE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE CY 4-2421 Geof# t you have to hantHt tH^' OUR CONGRATULATIONS! TO THE KOSSUTH CO. FAIR MANAGEMENT > You nevef can tell u>hert | /•> helpful telephony wiUturn ujj/X f Maybe not <m own buoys, , ; But where there's a need for /a^ efficient phone service, wi' *9ut tO'jU! that ntej.' 1O3 YEARS AGO ''..''•%' ''•'••: . . ... a number of Kossuth county farmers gathered together to display thtlr produce, examine each other's grajn and livestock, and enjoy the fun of « h«arty get-together during the busy harvest season. That first fair, in the year 1858, has grown in 103 years to become an exposjHon covering four full days . . . filled with exhibits, entertainment, and gopd fellowship with friend* and neighbors. That's THi 1961 FAIR 1$ TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY ANQ FRIDAY PROGRESS LOAM LOAN, lf Bl f equally FEDERAl SAVINGS A»P e beginning in 19^,Wi w* pro V H o?the w«V 9«r variety of services has grown to meet th a increasing need* of thjf agricultural e we lerve. If you do not know at ro«W B»"yfiM WBWiriik? aWd't the thinfl»,,wi B do fpr ypy, vi«)t with ui 5090. *an Home Federal Savings 4 Loan Ass'n. Saving* ft Investment! -- Acc«wnft fcisurec) tg $1Q,OOQ by F.$.L.|.C. Making ymr.fjty a bfttflf plw^N Uv»| wojk aj)cj rqi M g family. Thi rfiMlt of a GROWING $«vln$» | Ipwa

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