The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 18
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visit in Ms home in Odeboldt. '„,"' t w t.i,' a> ^ *- <*->', * ,**,CA '~\?" '••>', . ' . "». *,<& 'ta MM' ,«ended ""lachieveMeh day •'• ' ifi ffilson My' 27 ffdr'.'Bfelles' of *- ' Atea tacs fans will get a teal iiteajl Friday, AuS,,,l8, When (Mnoving midget auto racer's tale o.ver the hialf-mMertraek at ith County Fair, with a f till 'program slated to get underway , .The above .photo shows .tW6'f3f tHb country's tod-drivers, ft< sBeth (2), Mankato, Minn., rdbkld'dHhe yea* ifl^ f960;.and ,*Ti _ ' wan (62), Mason City, champion driver of 1960, during 'a race, _,jt; season- A ' ' ,~ a. The cars (and there are 30 or, 40 expected here) are powered by <3£fenhauser end Pord engines and are'capabde of speeds exceeddng 9d riffles per hour in 'the straightaway. Top, tirn> trial efforts" should->b4 ifi the ,26 or 27 second category. The cars' cost tfrom five' td Sigh* thousand dollars and'are sponsored by |>?drthwest'Midget Auto-Rac- lag, Inc., Minneapolis. • < , - ' -, , • . . • <f r The large field expected-.here is due to the siaie of the p tjtg offered — .tops for the entire season. Cars "front Iowa, MinneSftfe, /sbraska, Kansas and Illinois have already been entered. The" last e rnidgets appeared on the local track was Memorial Day, 1946. ossuth Entries ^ otal 18 For (owa State Fair ifSeveral Kossuth. county, people Have entered livestock at the IdWa State Fair. ' Those entering cattle are Ben G. Stu'der V^esley, Seely Bros., Henry's Angus Farm, Berl Priebe and Sijn, ,^f., H.. Bpsvorth and Son, .John Henry,' ; Eugene Henry, 'Jjiomas Henry and Gary Priebe, ajii 'of Algoraa. |Hogs are, entered by W. J. Ste- wrai ; t and Son, Burt, and Gary P.4Jiebe, Algona. Kent Seely ana H.iB. Seely and Son have enter<• ed sheep. Laurence- Hi., Riedel, d£vi- t* Mrs Abbott, Mrs Bradley, Mrs Bullock, Mrs Crowley, Mrs .Kenyon, Mrs O'Brien and Mrs'Sifert. Sifert in the intermediate sion." Mothers attending were ftas ' made entries ' in Ajgona, Apiary. - -• ; , ;. • / . '5 ' ~ • Car-Truck Sales TotaMl Week JSleven new cars and trucks W^ere registered in the office ot the county treasurer this week. Owners of the new vehicles are: i'FORD — North Iowa Appliance Center, truck, Algona; Edward A. 'Kadow, Burt; .Everett F. wkkson, Armstrong. /.CHEVROLET — Wm. D. Koch. TitonKa; Ronald D. Zittritsch, Algona. |uodge — Herbert J: Kayser, Ojtosen. Mercury — Oscar S .Nelspn, S ( wea City; Esther M. and Curtis, P. Haanr, Algona; Joseph it Schwanxi, Bancroft. "OLDSMOBILE — M. T. Me Quire Co., Algona. ; KAMBt.i;il —,-Herbert F. Hensley, Algona. 4-H Club Holds Annual Show 'The U-GU-1-GO 4-H club held its annual acmevcment snow rtyg. 2 at the home of Donna Ktnyon. Sixty-one articles were entered. Entries included canned goods, baked articles, centerpieces and table settings, Mrs Vvayne Keith and Karen UoraczkowsKi judged these ana i4.ose 39 to go 10 tne fair. They u%) chosen Donna Kanyon in trie junior division and Iviaureen O'Brien in senior division as judging delegates at the fair. Alternates are Hose Mino and Uretchen Deun. The club will be represented in the demonstration team contest by Cheryl Carr and Marlys Lupkes in tne senior division and Debbie Laws and Virginia Field Day For Scouts Aug. 12 Of interest to all Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Explorers will be the joint' field day 'for districts five and six to be held Aug.'! 12 at.Gotch Park, Humboldt. . Each individual unit will be responsible for its own food, how.ever wa^er, milk and pop will be''available. It will be a day. of sports and miscellaneous events with individual " prizes and unit awards for all participating units. '-.{Donald/ C$k, sbfl'.df ml Ah Mrs Ray Cook, Al&ofta, viiasi one of 690 students who received degrees from the State tfniver- slfJfBf Iowa Wedn%lay, Aug. 0, flitting surnittfer" iCpmmence- rteh't lxercise|^ Cook, received hllJmaster of 'arts' 4^t*^f in his- l.i.^'A».,.'l^ > ..ii Union Aletheqns Union Alethean 4-H club met in Good Hope church for their achievement day and decided what food would be the fair. Janet entered at Erpelding, Penny Dodds, Linda Dodds, Trudy Alt, Linda Nitchals and Susan Dodds gave demonstrations which will be given at the fair. In the senior and intermediate division of the judging contest, Judy Willrett won first place and Susan Nitchals- as alternate. Linda Nitchals ' was tne junior winner. Wesley News Mrs Leo Biv-.ch retired from teaching and will worK in a col- e DOOK snop in Ames next year. Mr Bleicn is also employed in Ames. They maintain tneir home in Wesley for summer use, Mrs Everett AcKerson and her motner, Mrs Vioia Studer drove to Worthmgton, Minnesota Friday and brougnt bacK the Kelch children for a week. • Carol and Diane are at Mrs Studer's. Jeffrey is at the Ackerson home and his twin brother Jerry is at the Bill Studer home in Algona. They all will attend the wedding of Gloria Ann Kelch and John Galema at St. Mary's Catholic church in Worthmgton, where the young couple will live. Mr and Mrs Bill Nadelhoffer and his sister, Mrs R. J. Saunche of Eau Clair, Wis. spent July 2630 in the parental, P. C, Haynes home. Mr and Mrs George Ricke weni to Minneapolis, Minnesota to return two nephews to their home following a two wuek visit.. We Extend A Hearty WELCOME To The 1961 Kossuth County FAIR AUGUST 15 - 16 . 17 - 18 WHILE IN ALGONA STOP AT BRONSON'S For AH Y<?yr Building Needs Home Of Elliott Paints Storage Buildings Building and Remodeling Of Farm — Residential — Commercial Work ^^^^ ^PJlPi ^P^ ^B w|i WBp ^BF WP iBi BUILDING SERVICE NOTldE OF IN rap AT^J, OF . i ifdhn E, Sanidsgard, D^eeaseU * IN PROBATE Notice of Appointment 'o'f EXECUTRIX , IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN-AND FOR'KOSSUTH COUNTY ' ' y •;, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed nd has qualified as Executrix of he estate of John E. Sandfcgard ate- of Kossuith rCdunty, v Iowa, Deceased. 'All periods in ; a,ny manner indebted ,to- 1 s^dd Deceas- d or'his estate will "make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his -estate .will present them in like manner^ and form as by Haw required, for allowance and payment. , *, Dialed this 25th day of July A.D., 1961. Delia Sandsgard Executrix of said Estate. Max..Mj. Heiningway, Attorney NOTICE OF SHEHIFF'S SALE STATE OE IOWA 1 ; ;,; KOSSUTH COUNTY ; Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ojt Special Execution, Sheriff's Sale, 'and Return Execution directed to me fromi the Clerk of the District Court of Kossutli County, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 5th day of July, 1961, In favor ol Home Federal Sayings & Loan Association, a'corporation, Algona,"Iowa as plaintiff, and against Joseph F. Crowey and Marie D. Crowley as defendants, for the sum of $5,171.55 Dollars and costs, taxed at $109.75 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property o£ the said Joseph F Crowley and Marie D. Crowley to sa- tisly said execution,- to-wit: That part of the ' Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter ot Section 24, Township 98 North, Range 29 West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth County, Iowa described as beginning at- the intersection ot the north line of Ramiey Street, Bancroft, Iowa, and the east line of Maple Street, Bancroft, Iowa, which point of Intersection is 697.6 feet North and 1320 feet East of tlr? r»ntor of Sec. 24, Twp. 98 North Range 29 2-X" • .' .i'&i* F 8t ItHe of'Ma-pI distance of 180 test: thfende f' j * S "T /pprox. toil ot 35 groin fcard w/l/i a WATER SOFTENER So economical, yea cai soften both HOT and COLD A PROGRAM DESIGNED . . . WITH YOU IN MIND ... CALL CY 4-4240 PLUMBING New Frigidaire FROST. FRO QF "with exclusive frost forbidder FROST FORBIDDER ENDS DEFROSTING DRUDGERY FOREVER r % Instant Ice servlcj, Flip-QuicH Ice Ejector pqps cubes out at a touch. Ice Server holds 80 tubes. • Back-of-shelf foods at your fingertips with two Poll-to-You, Full-Width, Shelves. ¥ • Store 150 pounds of frpzen foods In big zeto zona Freezer.,. two Roll-to-You Freezer Baskets. t Rwm far Meat Tender, li>!/ °I frwh meiti in F!s%i,ni Col4 t ChoicB of four colors or white. Optional whlje ONLY S2,50 P«r week with small BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE WEDNESDAY - 8 p.m. BIG CAR AUTO RACES featuring th> |op Drivers in the game, including Pets Folse, IMCA champion and leading point winner to date in 1961. F.nt time here under the lights. FRIDAY - 8 p.m. MIDGET AUTO RACES. A field of 30-40 cars will compete far the, top purse of the season. Many of the top winner? of the year will be here for the first appearance of midgets in Algsng since 1946. A must for racing fqns. WEDNESDAY - 2 p.m. GO-KART$. A FREE afternoon « watch these little buggies battle for victories* i' FRIDAY - ? p.m. JAJLQPY STOCK CARI, Y9M'v§ 58f H thfm f . ... track thii sMmmer - and a bin *'«W «f «a r * will fyrnlsh jgst as, many TUESDAY - 8 p.m. TOURNAMENT OF THRIUS, Al- w«yi pspulajt, bigger, bjtt?r then ever this, season. You won't believe this aft until you see iti rasing in front 9! the grandstand. Qs sure and! nlajit on tke fplrgrognds usuql U and th«ri. plenty, MUSK-DANCING- VARIETY THURSDAY - ft p.m. CARl MARLp VARIETY SHOW with Elena Q/nqr, Ay^ipwtg moniey? and baboons, Lester He««ng, Miss Norms, Chiq^tg end Pfdrp, Frisky's mintalw*e Arabians, the Williams 0rof, en^ the iUeju Bell Dgncf rs. A shew that hqs always been a feig hit here, featMring terrific, variety a«tf. 6IANT MIQWAY. Open every d«jy of the Fair and fe«»uri ig all kinds of ridei, ihgw* and gomes. FRIDAY -T 10 p.m. FREE drawing for Podgo Lancer, sponsor jd by Algona 4aySe9S and 3§ area busiaeisei. Gates wW b« fnt «H« *3Q p,m. / T w< ww ** j, « OB «bJbiu mu, • • ALSP - 4rH «J»b , floral hall t*hibjts, eemmersial 9 ^Wfeiif, livestcc* exhibitf and .. • „; 'fcJi.,* J

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