The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1961 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Thursday, August 17, 1961
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Upffi fri MolflSi Thufatay, Augtm !?, Early Fair-Goers Early shots from the Kossulh County Fair pro veT quite interesting. IntMshoonaKfd Mpn day, two young cattlemen are busily getting their animals ready for judging that began Tuesday. They ^™. really hu9tllrv £> using plenty of good clean water and stiff brushes to get the cattle "prettied-up ; (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) ' ' * GRAND CHAMPION Over - All JAMES ERPELDING, Algona Purchased by IOWA MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANCE KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASS'N. Meanwhile, over at the Buscherlros. display, three men from the area got off to an early start with a discussion of the latest farm machinery on the market. They also probably stopped later to )7?TviiJ h i5 oth f r ^P 16 " 1611 ' 1 dealers oh the grounds - always one of the top drawing cards at the Fait (UDM Newsfoto-Engravmg) School Bell To Ring Aug. 28 For Burt Kids Burt — Classes will begin at the Burt school Monday, Aug. 28 at 8:30. Supt. Martin announced that hot lunch will be served on opening d!ay. There will be no school Labor Day. There will be four new teachers. They are Ronald Charlson, basketball coach, Mrs. Janet Sowers, home economics, Gary Stokes, high school english, ana Mrs. Mathison, who will be in charge of soecial education. Supt. Martin also anr.ounc',-' that thera jvill be adult night classes this year and thJat opening of such classes will be announced shortly after the beginning of school. Visit Ft. Dodg^ Nine members of the Rebecca circle and Mary Jean Andrews and Mrs. Wm. Bohi visiteo Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, Wednesday. Mary Jean Andrews and Wan- talee Hawcott were in chj.. rf e of devotions and program. Spending the cay at Frienship Haven were Lefie McMullerx, Mary Joan Andrews, Leona Lovstad, Jenny Riebhoff, Edna Smith, Beth Miller, Wantalee Hawcott, Mrs. Bohi, Mayme Schrader, Etta Holdren, and Hazel Larson. Members of the A. B. Club gathered at the home of Elva .BoeUcher Monday in honor of her birthday anniversary. The Burt Manners Club met Sunday evening, with nine couples in attendance. Russell and Ruth Patterson presented the devotions 'and Palma Joy Holding presented the program. Hostesses were Russell and Ruth Patterson and Frank and Virginia Becker. Mr. and Mrs. George Manus, Northwood, visited at the Emma Manus and George Manus homes Sunday. EigHf Boy Scouts left Sunday for the Boy Scout camp, Okoboji, whefe they will enjoy this week living in the open. Attending camp are Duane Hinckley, Tommy Lichter, Joel Chipman, John Patterson, Warren ' Waltman, Craig Lauritson, Roger Giddings, and Donald Westling. Taking turns in chaperoning the group 'are Scout Master Clifl Abbas, Bill Giddings, Dale Lock- woo'i, Don Patterson and Dr. M, I. Lichter. Mr. and Mrs. Rober* Lewis and family, Westsidc, \v^re overnight guests at the Bruce Graham home Friday. MARKET ; LAMB GRAND CHAMPION RICHARD FRITZ, Wesley Purchased by KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASS'N?'-" * MARKET LAMB RESERVE CHAMPION JEAN MESCHER, Burt • Purhased by I.OWA MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANCE THE GRAND CHAMPION BARROW HAS BEEN BUTCHERED AND TWO PERSONS WILL EACH RECEIVE HALF 6^ ANIMAL IN FREE DRAWING AT THE FAIR. YOU HAVE AS GOOD A CHANCE AS ANYONE TO HAVE THIS OVER-ALL GRAND CHAMPION ON YOUR TABLE I BE SURE^TO VISIT US DURING THE FAIR IN THE FLORAL HALL I IOWA MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANCE • 4*- AND KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASS'N. COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE - FOR FARMS - Household — Equipment ' Buildings — Livestock (,- LOLA SCUFFHAM, Sec. • - REAL ESTATE House and all Household Goods 119N. Dodge St. WE COVER THE STUDENT BODY i WITH THE NEWEST AND SMARTEST IN BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS .... « SPORT SHIRTS • GYM TRUNKS • SUITS • SWEAT SOX t SWEAT SHIRTS • JACKETS • DRESS SLACKS • HOSIERY • SHIRTS • SHORTS 0 DRESS SHIRTS • HATS 9 TIES • COATS • SHOES * SPORT COATS 9 SWEATERS Leave the worrying to 'am Everytlme a student Shops lender's, he's sure to pick out male fashion that's guaranteed to start a trend at school, No guesswork, no sweat — find out why lender's is different 11 THi STORi FOR 7 '.-MBN AND BOYS! Fire - Wind and Liability ,« M* -' « '- <• ' ~ ^ ^ f « •' **--<iy t '* 1 • ' 1 -"vw;?«^ 1 Back.To.Sch ' COLOR is the key note for fall. Bright REDS, kolly GREENS, ORANOe, MAGENTA - see them all In s^aatert, skiffs, and slacks to match 'I• . tt course black, bt-dWn, grey, blue-are also- In stack , % , choose ^om the largest selection of QUALITY sportswear In Northern Iowa, all at popular prices. This sweater is but a few of the hundreds to see in wool, angora, both cardigan and slip over styles ... all with matching skirls by DARLENE,- BRAD. LEY. SPORTEMPO, BEHNHARO ALTMANN, and COLLEGE tOWN. Pleated styles, straight skirts, short/and medium lengths; plains and plaids, priced from $7.98 16 $19.98 — all 'wool of course. Each with matching slacks and sweaters. o//ege- 'own All wool slacks in TALL and REGULAR engths, plains, novel* ties, stretchies, and even some with buil<- in girdles. Over 2QQ to choose from in every Size 8-20 — dyed to match skirts and sweaters, See all our sportswear modeled by local girls this^SATURDAY, irom ifJQ 9 5:00 in our ready-to-wear depart- THI HOMI OF 8RANO NAMI5

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