The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 22
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( ';. ftf •1 *' Vi.nV'. v "*F+? '&'<•,• 14-H Girls Demo teams At Thirty-eight te^ttis Will be presenting, demonstratons at the Kossuth" Cdunty girl's achievement show,.starting at, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. '15. • » . There '.will be five special activity demonstrations. ThesSe teams , are, .divided into three' groups ^— 12 junior teams, 10 and 11 years old, 13 intermediate teams; 12 and. 13, and eight senior teams, 14 'and above. ' ' _• Mrs Melvin Apel, Rudd, will 'judge the foods and nutrition demonstrations, with Mrs Leo ;Stattleman., West Bend, judging the special activity, demonstrations. .:; . The best senior -foods and nutrition team and' seMof specia activity team will go to the state fair Whil6 the second place foods and nutrition team goes to the Dairy Cattle, CortgresS and third place to the Clay County Fair fiem&nstfation schedtlie.4 for the feuY are as follow^ ^ Tuesday", AUi 15 — Specfal adtlvity demonstrAtions — liSO *-• Union Alethean; 2 — .LuVeme Live Wifes 1 ;. 2:30 ~ Lak&ta ,Luckles; 3 — Blue and White;. 3:30 — Lone Rock Lively* RbcketS! 4 '— judge's comments and contest results. 1:30 f-> judging contest (jr. and sr.) Wednesday, Aug Id' — Junloi demonstrations—8 — Lone Rock Lively -Rockets; 8:20 — Plum Cre'ek Elite; 8:40 — Garfield Gems; 9 -*• Riverdale Rustlers I; 9:2() — Riverdale Rustlers II; 6:40 —- LuVerne Live -Wires; 10 '— Fenton Forwiards; 10:20 — Bancroft Busy Bees; 10:40 — Bancroft Homemakers; 11 —• Burt Blue Birds; 11:30 — Union Alethean; 1 — Lakota Luckies; 1:20 — Blue and White; 1:40 — fudge's comments. Intermediate demonstrations—2:10 — Union Alethean; 2:.1B -; Wesley ards;- § «-» Cresco Chums; 3:25 — Bancroft Busy-Bees; 3:60 — Gar field Gems; '4:16 — LuVerm Peppy Pals. Thursday, Aug. 17: 8 — U Go-I-Go; 8:25 — Scneoa Stars 8:60 — Portland Pennies; 9:15 Irvingloh Ideals; 9:30 — Ban croft Homemakers; 10:05 — Lak ota Luckies; 10:30 — Lone Rock Lively Dockets; 10:50 — judge's comments. Thursday, Aug. 17 — Senibr demonstrations: 11 — Irvington Ideals; 11:30 — Cresco Chums; 1 _ U-Go-I-Go; 1:30 — Garfield Gems; 2 — LuVerne Live Wries; 2:30 — Burt Blue Birds; 3 — Buffalo Boosters; 3:30 — Wesley Wizards; 4 — judge's comments. QUEST A recent guest in the Bill rlcwltt home of Montezuma was tenneth Ohlmann, of Louisville, iy. Ohlmann was radio opera- or on the B-17' that Hewitt piloted in World War II. They lad not seen one another. for 6 years. 4<H Boys Show . — <•* ? L&*** t " Time/ Saving Ideas Thirty-nine boys' 4«H:/ 'members showed ' and their mohey making and saving ideas at the annual-"How To Do It Contest", at BuK Mtfh- day evening. ' '•. ,y,' James Abbott and James';]ftit- chals of the Union b6ys'«4<H club won top senior hortdfs with their demonstration. Chris ,'lfy- goard of the Wesley ib6y§>Wss second. These two teams • will represent Kossuth county fit th(* tow* State Fair as the result 'of their performance. s .' > * Rodney Jensen and Brian Johnson of the Seneca Prdgres- iive club won top junior hon- irs with their demonstratidn. lussell Shaw and Sandy Scheh- ek 6* th£ arid, - junior 'arfd present K6d9Ulfi' collftty at 1 the Clay County flair, 41 ' \ , ptner blue Hbbon teAffi* contest aM their 'denionstra'tlortS were - Qaf/ield HUstllW, "-*" Metzgef <ahd KbHald 'Bi Robert 'and 4 Richard , St. Joe Wojansy Doff M John Meschef, Plum Creek," arid Kenneth SchmickiHgr .and'Rich ard Olson, Swea «• Harrison. ;< The contest wa^ judged <> by Tom Wickersham of Idw*^ State University. • '':.* :'••!, ' ; Local friends of 4-H providing lunch and : oash awards were* — Algona Dairy; Bancroft Codp^ra* tive Creamery; We'sley GoOpera^ tive Creamery; Consolidated Coperative Creameries, Whittemore; Trl-Courity. Coop. Drying, Association, Whittemore; West Send 1 Cooperative Creameryj Titonka - Cooperative Creamery; 3ermania Creamery" ahd Joe Bradley, AlgortaV -i . '. 1*^111 *MrS fern St*. Ann -hospital in Al tona Monday- for obsefValiott. • i Mrs Geofg& Elbert returned home from Rochester, ' Monday, tfhere she had been for' a check" Up, . >' Julife Bormann, daughter of Mf • iSnd -Mfs . Vernoh Bortrtrinni Was ft medical patient in Palo Alto Memorial hospital at £m- metsburg. Ai $eeui,C*tiip 'Fifteen 'boys of troop 4? of ;he Whittemore Boy Scouts spent ast week, tat iQkobojl where hey were entertained with swlm^ ming, archery, rifle range and canoeing. Jim Gengler, Mike Higgins and Dennis Morman large 6CI VAo«,b\/xa A*4H*'«r< > ^ • fathefS'MS'sfelrit* the camp 'Wefe, JPloyd ,__ James Kdlla&h,, RflS B^tts, tUS Mllfell6f| v Leo\ MOrTH'af!, «u- [beft fifcaatg ahd'EfWin Schullfefi "Members 6f tr'obp 4? Wh'o.at tended ^ei-e -LfconaM '" ' Cennisi Motiflan,, Jjfiy Oafy ' Web6ri VSrifi , AOHUSUII, Mike Higgitts, James Oehglef, William- Farlow, J6Hn Mergsn, Steve Schuller, James HiggittS, John Varcoe dnd Billy .Mueller. ' The Kollasch 'reunion was held Sunday in the Academy hfeli. 1 Mr and Mrs Elmer, Groehanes; and family, Mrs Rosa Zabel, Mf ond Mrs waiter Zabel and Mr and Mrs Al Krivonek and-family, of Milwaukee, Wis. Wer& guests at the home -'of Mr end' Mrs l,ouis Braatz' last<Weekj They also attended the Braatz reunion held at '.Wells,' * Minrt." -last Sunday. • •'• * t Mr and Mrs Ellsworth tteiden- with and Lyle and Mr 'and«'Mrs Arthur Heldenwlth ,of Whitte- 4 more attended the funeral of Mrs uro' r, .og George' SehttU§r,t6ftafti$h6ffie the • Jenwith, Mfi L T ... . aM t&V WA^W 6K Whlttemwe, attended the Brfiatz fduni&n held at Wells;. Mintt, Mr and Mi's Virgil filbert left Tuesday for Alaska where,they will, spend seVeM ,wee"ks/vaca'- fioning/ ahdyalsbj.p'ia'h to vfsle with Paul-'Johmdn, .son of Mf end Mrs Carl Johnson; 6f here. Paul is,in the.service and is sta* tioned at, Fairbanks, Alaska. Charles BjustrOm and James Elbert returned home Sunday from' Camp McC6y, Wia. where they served with-the National Odard. • . ' ' • . - .' Captain Herbert P. Benninger, son ! Of'Mr-and'MfA !; JoM C. Ben* ninger, is a member of > the lith artillery at-Camp 'Cainpbe'li; K^. He entered the 'Army in .July, 1939 and is commander of the artillery's Battery JA. . ' TIME The following Algona Business Places Would Like To Opportunity To Invite All Td The BIG KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR BLOSS OM INSURANCE A GEN C Y 109 N. Dodge CY4-2735 BROWN blL» SHOE STORE ALCONA IOWA W I L T G E N JEWELERS DIAMOND SETTING & WATCH REPAIR 110 E, State CY 4-3789 E L B E R T'S EN C O SERVICE 490 E. State CY 4-4904 EAST END GROCERY 823 E. State CY 4-3762 MODERN DRY CLEANERS And TAILORS 111 S. Harlan CY 4-4277 HONSBRUCH R E X A L L DRUG 14 E. State CY 4-3581 SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE & SERVICE STATION S. Phillips St. CY 4-3591 I R K ' S S T ORE 101 .E. State CY 4^620 HARDWARE 10 E. State CY 4-4630 RAD I O T. V. 112 N, Moore CY 4*260 F I N. N ' S B A K E R Y 120 E, CY 4-4213 PERCIV|VL M O T Q S DODGE SALES & SERVICE S. Phillips St. CY 4-2471 M O R - G R O INC. Irvington CY 4-3548 FOWLER'S OF IOWA 100 E. State FREDERICK HARDWARE S T O RE 105 I, State CY 44128

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