The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 2
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2~Alflono (la.) Uptftf Pf i Molnat Thufsday, Ocfflb«r 26, 1961 Showet Honoree Mrs. Ernst Thicl attended a bridal shower given Friday eve ning- at. Titooka leaf, hef niece Sharon Schmidt who is to be marritd Oct. 29 to Gary Michael son, Titonka. The bride-elect i. laboratory techniciaft at St. Ann iKppitel and the brfflggfoom-elecf is«engaged in stocJrJtuyihg and hacking. The cotiplftwill be at hghie in fitoaSa. Newcomers Mieei •Newcomers citlb met at Van's CSfe Oct.'It,' Couk Whist wa.< played with high prize won by Cerrine Stilmel, low, Deannr CjSgdell and' door rifize by Judy Ewerds. The hext meeting wil' bgj Nov. 7 with,, all .members meeting ^at St., Ann hospital foi a«tour t after, Iwhlch bridge and court whist" will' 'be played al Cgjphian Luncheori fcffhe Delphian Society is having a guest day one o 'clock lufccheon Tuesday, Oct. 31, at V^i's Cafe., Guest speaker will be Frank; Barker, Des Moines Kjjssuth , Colin ty' 'agent 35 years age. For • the past several years he : - ( has been associated with the I){$ry industries. Red Cross Juniors The annual Junior Red Cross By will be. held* Saturday af ternoon in the assembly room at^the court.house. Reports wil ba»:given by the delegates who attended the 4-H camp at Madrid. Carolyn Plott will talk ool.her experiences in Germany TMtere; w.ill be a high : school art aijd international art exhibit. Wed 25 Years 35lr. and Mrs. Mike Elbert, Algona, will hold Open House Sunday, Oct. 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. al thfc Plantation Ballroom, Whitte- mSre, in. observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. They ex •tejd a cordial invitation to all friends and relatives to attend Ffflher Is 90 Sirs. Emily Ringgenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Lighter arflj Ann Renee spent Sunday at Blue Earth, Minn., with Mrs Ringgenberg's parents,; Mr. and MJsv Abe Tuttle. The nintieti. birthday of Mr. Tuttle was being observed, v-: • . Hushing ; Parly ''*' The Zeta :Xi Chapter of Beta Model Meeting ' The Examplar and Alpha Ps thaler of Beta Sigma Phi met at the hotne of Jean Haas for their model ! meeting Oct. 17. dues' speaker was Carolyn Plott, who told of her recent trip to Germany. The group also gave i pledge to the United Fund. Cttfd Club Me* Mrs. Leo Thilges entertained her card club -Wednesday- afternoon. It met the previous , vyyek with Mrs. Mike Wagner. ' ' Halloween Dance ' ' Beta Sigma Phi wil have its Halloween costume .dance Oct ^ at VFW hall, Algonav The public is invited. Host Couples Club r 1 , and Mrs. Nels • Anderson entertained their ' Couples Clul Friday .evening. , Bridge Club Hostess ' Mrs. Ernst Thiel entertained her bridge club Wednesday after noon'. .'«'. ter, the Allyn -Me^a " jRhondfr/Helffli Wh*tA%sited he grSftdjteifHill ifo;<ffi&i Mrs. Al b6rt Heftl. iHfe past, tWd weeks returned td Mlr.hOmfe fft Thomp sbrt Sunday/tt&'ftt-gnta brough her sister Robin here for th< weekend as they went to tho State Teachers Convention in Des Moines Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wernei and two girls of Chaska, Minn, visited Friday to Sunday in the Billy Hardcopf'* hbme. Mr. Werner ifr a brother of'Mrs. copf. f ; Mi's. Mabel Thomp Was Visited Sunday by her sisters Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ldomer ot Britt, Mr. and Mrs,' Jay "ArnoldV of Lake, Minn., also hef daughter, Mr and Mrs. Ervin Burgardt of Plover. , Ph'il C. Liqhty went to.. Fair- 'ield Monday to visit his daugh- er., Phyllis,'Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Bentley, Dawn-and Phil; He ac- :orrjpanied hist brother^ Mr*, ana nn'il.1 - • - • • ', 1 Mrs. Don Lichty, who here and will go to fn\ Chicago fliW, fiejd. / - >'•> , •• 17; Visitors, the,paW j\?6ek';irV Mrs. John Artier of Port bodge; Mrs. Alan Cf&onquisi and boys of Moreland arid Mrs. Arlo Ste* wart of Dtihcombe. S UK CM 5? guests were the Jeffy flichafdi sons of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish Corwith are th6 parents of a lb., 8 oz. soni BfJ'orl Johft, b'6; Oct. 16 at Britt hd'spitaU 'th"i now have three' sons daughter. Mrs. Alvih Hardcopf, Mrs Billy Hardcopf, Mrs. Dennis Caf^roll and Mrs. Alfred Kett went on a chartered bus totti? to-"Minneapolis, sponsored by the Kossuth County Extension office. .The American , League has won Ihe-World 4 Series,36 tirnesji compared, to 22 'titles for the National loop. ' L . , ! * • 01 afid^enl ,y<_Wesley — A Nygaard family .reunion was held Get*, 22 in the (3H&rlcs Nygaard horhe, • Honor iftg' their mother, Mrs, Lizzie Nygaard of Livermore oru hei 1 birthday. Guests -were the, Virgil Smiths and Ray 1 -', ftygafirda 1 f&nd Merlin Sawyers, all o'f LtVeg- hiore; Berdine Nygaard of Bode, Andrew Nygaard of Fort Dodge; parry Nelsons 6f puficombe/Ce- cil Glawes 6f ' Corwith, Robert Chambers of Albert City and the Luther Nygasft-ds of Wesley' and their families. • •' t"eiHe; Passes . , - I Mrs; Marvin Ackerson's father, ihnan" Lfiudtke of-Fenton. died adenly of a heart attack Sat- day afternoon. He and his grandlfdri, ]& d Cf 1 1 a s Ackef Soft, ' ri, ;ftintffi g.' r Ftfteral services' ' " Fahton a'tlid Mrs. m *,nleved?,to Ffihton from . ]6jf afta list >ear. "• Seriously ill Mrs., Jack Lickteig, Al Loeblg and Mrs. Gay.le , M. Studer left Sunday for Denver, Colo., Called by .the" . critical Illness, of Evroul Loebig, Memiers ,;;-,',' .' ,; , 'CDA'f 'welcome^ 4ig^it memb'efs Monday " 6Veriih^ r Oct. 23. • On the,, setving committee -wefe Pauline PMfef, ,Ma2el' ,,Studef, Imbgene Sidtffr,' Phyllis 'WaifterV Mary Ann Eischen. Violfi Kollasch, Edna Koppen, /Helen Plathe, CharlenerRslairig and fier- hadifie,*Hamflt6h. , . ( . ' On the 'ferfte'rtalnment c'ommJt- tee were Marian Youngwirth, Sally Bauer, Matilda Gbetz Theresa Becker, ' Veronica • Erd* ntaif,*Mi|ii!fdb-lMat2. Emma blsoti } aftd Majff Porbtjrger., ' J ft Am-rT Class May . TlikJr. dfiiS play of the Cor- Mth-weiley community schobl "O'Kay" will be presented Wednesday evening, Nov. 1, in Corwith. , . . . , ,' Mr. and Mrs. EarTffie'is'en and family of Sauk Rapids, Mlilrif spent the weekend visiting Mrs; .Glara Haverly and 4 'family 1$£& the ,fid Ginks. "* - £•& ;'** ' • liiA and MfS, fid ttildriiaft f &turned home Oct. 18 from sev-, eral days outing at ,Minn. Mr, and Mrs. I „,. .of AlgohS' act:ofnpahied! ; li6f 'par- Cents' .on -the Cutingt *•" / •• The Jim Reisings have rented the first floor apartment .ttf> the Jde''Miller'house arid "will 1 move about Nov. 1 Strom the heUite--on the JSdmund Otis farm',' 'which will be occupied by Edward Otis and Judy Wier who w.111 be'mar- ried Nov. 21. Dr. andtiMrt. waard tde^lBft daughter 1 ' RdjK ,p.ital, Des afoT in'gi 1 6dt. 2(ff'^>>>« »..%. rectiye sttrgery' oh her _ had-pollb when on&year old and has HadVSilvej'al operations' since; :that tirrief'rDfi' uflhglwaard $S J fcisted with" tHe;,, operation'-'and then' came homev'HiS wife eft with Ruth seveM days. I Mrs/.'Mffry 'Bradfield knd her 1 sdaughfef,' Mrs. < Btfnnie>- Chrtettm- Seh of Nofa Spririgs Weftt to Des Moines Monday- rnorning, to be with the former's-son rfaek who ivaS'taken by.srribulance' to the 'Vetei*&ns hospitals He,.has been 111 and bedfast v^or several'years. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold wefe* r, dinner guests' 1 in the Ed-. win Clark home at "Lake Park. Mr. and Mrs. HaWor Plom arrived home Oct. ,12,'from a week's outing and trip ttf Missouri. Mrs. Flom was oM vacation from work, Lucille Hirner took her place at Johnny's Market. Sigma Phi entertained their rushees to a dinner party Wed- n<Sday, Oct. 18 at Van's Cafe. ;The Zeta, Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held their rnodci meeting Monday evening Octo- bur. 23 at Mrs. Duane Johnsons. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Weekend guests in the Carroll Marty, home were -Mr, s and, Mrs Mark •. Johnson and family of Cooperstown, and Mrs. Charles Albright/ of Durbim, N. D. The ladifes^'are cotfeirisi. ; l j ;r^f. Mrgr Joe Uttderberg and. Dean of Fort: .Dodge j visited '. Saturday arid •! Sunday yith her mother, Mrs. Lena , Hiriz,. sons, Herbert and Frances. Mrs. Harley Rusher and Pamela of Bancroft were callers Sunday. .,. . Sunday dinner guests in'^ifi Allyn Brink home were his p|tj- ents Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bprik, their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hefty and Elaine, of .LuVarna, Also sister of Mrs. Percy Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Engstrom of Renwick, daughters Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heide and family of Mfeb- ster, City^aiid Miss Kay Engstrom of Buffalo Center. i. The J. J. Club met Friday* With Mrs. Albert Hefti with 18 members present. Mrs. h|id ifFef program.*, pictures taken by her i aid Larson, student at University; at Ames, on his recent'trip through different states of tht- U.S. on conservation; ' " """ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Braynaro and Colin of Pomeroy'arid her father, Van Hansen, were Sunday evening visitor's of ? her sis- Stale ot Iowa AFFIDAVIT County. 4Vc. Fred W. Plumb, President, Vern L. MvClurc. Secretary, and L. W. Nitchals Tioasurer o{ the Kossutli County Auncullural Association being duly sworn on oJlh depose and say that the said society or association, being duly incorporated under the laws of the State ol luwa. held a tail- known as tne Kossuth County l-^ii-. on the 15 to IB days of August, liilil. near the city or town ot Algona, Iowa i-nu that the said lair consisted of a bona lide exhibition of livestock, together \.iUi agricultural products, farm implements, etc., as contemplated by law. We lurtlicr depose and say that the sum ot ?1.U73.G7 as shown m the tinan- cnU statement on page two nas been paid to the winning exhibitors in sottle- niejit ol premiums won at the lair lor Hie current year and that no part of this ainpunt was paid for speed events, to secure games or amusements and that no deductions have been made lor entry fees, stall or pen rent. \Velui ihur depose and say that the Imancial statement on page two is a lull and complete statement ol 1 the receipts and expenditures for the current jear and that the ttatistical data on page three is true and correct /S/ Fred W. Plumb. President /S/ Vern L. McClure, Secretary ....... . /S/ L. W. Nitchals, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me Una 24th day ot October, lOlil by Fred w/-Plumb. 1'rcbident, Vein L. McClure. Secretary, and L. W. .Nuchals, Treasurer ol the above named society or association. /S/ R. C. Buchanan, FINANCIAL STATEMENT N ° lary ^'^ ' RECEIPTS Cash on hand from last report KLceipts — Ticket Hales — Including Tax: Outside dales 4,2!H.OO -Night Grandstand and quarter stretch 2 iia (i5 Total ticket sales Concessions and privileges Advertising in premium list and program Slate aid (this year anticipated _.. Miscellaneous receipts of fair: Stall and pen renl 1.340.50 (J.807.U5 1.1-1U.7U •100.00 2,100-UU rentals kntry lees Exhibit space _ Tola! miscellaneous receipts of lair Total receipts ol lair 14S.OO W. 00 315.0U 533.00 Comity Aid Oilier Receipts ~.".~..'.'.'' Total receipts from sources othi r t!i u ,, , Grand Total Receipts (including prcvu.u., l>,u,,i;cci Open Premiums: ^SBURSEMENTS Horses, ponies and mules ... _ _ I3HOO Cattle (beef and dairy) ..... 'Swine _. •'Sheep, wool and gouts Agricultural products Fruits and vegetables"•Plants and flowers .. 'Culinary products __;. Textile and art depl. " School exhibits ... ^Club Department ...^ -.Township Booths --?._. Total open premiums .. •1-11 & FFA Premiums: Colls _ X'aitle (beef and datr.> ) „.. _ .."_ Lambs _ ^ Poultry """ Oilier 4-H & FFA premiums ' Total 4-H & FFA Premiums .'. Total premiums other than speed Music and attractions JUibccJIaneous expense of fair: ''Advertising .._. •Printing, stationery, record blanks etc" 'Postage, express, freight and dravjgu Administrative and office pay lolis •<jjjte departmenl. pay roll . . -Police and parking pay rolls pay rolls, all other departments .. ... General and common labor during Ian- All other expense of fair Tolal miijcclluiicou.s expense of tan Total expense of fair Indebtedness of previous years paid Expenses other than fair: Permanent improvements Maintenance of grounds and buildings Insurance .' : All oUief e.xpeniv other than lair -• Federal Taxes , Total expense other than fair Grand total disbursements - Balance on band 7.500.00 2.12UU2 lU,!ia7.35 -iu:; no ;;:M.UO S05.no 3^.50 12-1.5U 150.UU lllli.50 15H.75 3UU.UU II UU (JJ.UU ^2.80 1.3HU.II) 225.00 H3.70 io.au B7Z.71! 57li.U5 37.00 7IU !)IJ 4l8.:ii 507.1!:) l.ioo.f)! U1U.OJ 1.IJ7U.HJ 1.2H.UU 502.94 1.5DIJ.U3 4.349.« 20,473.7!) l.lBU.bo Loins QUANTITY RI6HTS RESERVED WHQLE OR FULL RIB HALF fo Chops Removed 1 t ' * * . I SWIFTS PREMIUM ' ONE LB. FKG. PORK TENDERLOINS KICES GOOD THRU OCT. tt GOVERNMENT INSPECTED GRADE "A" BELTSVILLE? FRYER SIZE 5-8 LB. AVG., LB/ v SLICED COOKED rl/VIrl i lb. pig. ............. 97C EXTRA LONG BONUS LINKS! BRAUNSCHWEIGER i . • . ( -. . . • SO FRESH. t-iB. We. WHITING FILLETS YOU GEt A 2-OZ. BONUS FREE IN EVERY PACKAGE OF... f »ii. SKINLESS r.u SAUSAGE !49 C TALL can of NATCO Evaporated MILK WHEN V0U BUY 6 AT REGULAR PRICE DISCOUNTED FOOD PRICES!! MISSION GARDEN FRESH, Tender THICK and RICH -Q& BOTtLE ......i. HUNTS FRUIT Cocktail .WHEN YOU .BUY 4 AT..REGULAR PRICE URGE SIZE PACKAGE, 2e DEAL 1&-0Z, cans of " FINEST PORK & BEANS, WHEN rpu'BUY 8 AT JREGULAR, PRICE PKG. NET . LARGE SIZE Light, Huffy ANGEL FOPP CAKES EA. Royal Gelatin SO FRESH. QUART Salad Dressing ORCHARD FRESH, MB. CAN STRAINED Cranberry Sauce 2 FRANCO-AMERICAh4 29° Spaghetti AGEN FROZEN STRAWBERRIES WHEN YOU BUY 5 AT REGULAR PRICE 100 S Stamps FREE WITH THIS COUKJN WHSN YOU »UY 1-Lb. Nalco COFFEE DRIP OR, REG. 6RINO A» Your NATIONAL FOOD STORES EXPIRES OCT. M, 'tl I I I I I I I I I .4 TREATS FOR TRICKSTERS ALL KINDS. CARTON Of 20 5c PKGS. ~ HERSHEY BARS BUTTERFINGER Junior BARS «cou«. BABY RUTH Junior BARS « COUNT ««. MARS, SNICKERS, MILKY WAY, . MUSKETEER, JUNIOR BARS, 32 Ci. SO FRESH Hwv.rt Moon Mix, .Cindy Con, Thanbaivlns Ml«, REEDS Anlt.. Roclboci «u«.t»cotdi PALMER'S KI<U!« P«ct If 39* 19° 43° • • > • *'.-'' : HI-C Orange 11-oz. can of MYCO MANDARIN ORANGES WHEN.YOU BUY 4' AT REGULAR PRICE 27-OZ CANS HEINZ TOMATO SOUP 10/2-OZ. CAN 50 KOR^ Stamps FREE WiTH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU »UY Choje & Sanborn Inst, Coffetf 4-OZ. JAR ) A* Your NATIONAL FOOC) STORES JUS MADE DRINKS GRAPE. ORANGE, CINEAPPLE-ORANGE. Season's Best Buy RED POTATOES 100-LB. BAG OAT FLAKES lOOZ.PKO. 27° I EXPIRES OCT. J». '*| . J m.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt NEW PINK ^ ' I OCEAN SPRAY GRAPEFRUIT^.. 6 mW \ CRANBERRIES ». CET 50" CASH! Wh«n You Buy 3 Cant • Green Giant 8 PuM-CooM Wholt CORN 21 50 K Stomps FREE WITH THIS-COUPON WHEN YOU IUY Fijlsbury FOOD Cake Mfx WHITE OK PINK LEMQNAPI At Your NATIONAL FOOD STORES EXPIRES OCT. 21,'*! WASTE BASKET $149 WHfc thi »W«MN »f u, t. NO, i jomthu Appiu, IMJ>. 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