The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 23
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Win Trips To Over 36d Yearly 4*H Awards hundred awards wer to' Kossuth 4-H boys their, outstanding club work according to Robert C extension asso — awards were for out- ; IX rtain .? ^ cord , ke f P in *' P r °Jec •tm activity work, leadership de- :.yelopment and community ser- ylce. boys received award trips, Chicago for their longtime out- anding 4-H club work. They Wre — Curtis Hanson, Swea Raymond Johnson, Cor- D on Madsen, Burt; "John Buger, Fenton arid Jimmy Sparks jpf Burt. ;*;>kossuth trip winners will Join approximately 200 other North ,I«va -4-H'ers at' Mason City on .November 23 for a four day ed- iioational sightseeing tour of Chicago and the International Live- Ifpck Show. The award trips are Sponsored by the local Coopera- ilye Elevators of Kossuth, plus the Corwith Community Coop gftd the K & H oil Company. {Members receiving medal a\yards for * t outstanding achievement in 4-H project and activity Work were »— , achievement medal,- Art 1 Mogler, 'Whittemore .ana , r or, temore .ana Chris -Nygaard Wesley; agricul-- tiiral, Tom Henry, Algona; Richard Olson, Armstrong; Ronald Banwart, Ottosen; James Jensen, Lone Rock; beef, Galen Metzger, Whittemore; Paul Thoreson,, Ronnie and Arnie . Linde, Swea CUy; David Jiasmussen, 'Burt; Howard Kohlhaas, Irvington; James Pingel, Algona; and Rod- 'ney Jensen, Lone Rock; clothing, James Nitchals and Jimmy Ab-, bott, Algona and Chris Nygaard, •Wesley; dairy, James Zaugg, Wgst Bend; : Robert Ruhnke, Whittemore; dairy project, Ken- neth Bierstedt,.'Whittemorej field crops, James Jensen, Lone Rock- forestry, Brifin Johrkon, Bancroft; Jimmy Abbott, Algona; garden, Donald Hanisch and A i «* -,- te ^}' Bancroft; health, Art Mogler, Whittemore and, Russell Bode, Algona, 1 Home improvement, Sidney Banwart, West Bend; leadership, Ronnie Linde, Swea City; Tom Heriry,<-Algona, recreation, Art Mogler and Kenneth Bicrstedt, Whittemore; safety, Philip. Heldorfer, Bancroft; swine, Raymond Johnson, Cdr- S2i?. J B^ 611 / Spear, Algona; Philip Seaberg, Wesley; sheep, Jean Mescher, Burt; and Eugene Gardner, Algona; tractor, .Don Heldorfer, Bancroft; Kenneth Bormann, Bode; James Jensen, Lone Rock; grain marketing, Roger Menke, Swea City; Don HeU dorfer, Richard and Robert Droessler, Bancroft; achievement, Art Mogler, Whittemore, • Chris Nygaard, Wesley; Poland China )elt, Paul Thoreson, Swea City; community service, Curtis Hanon, Swea City; secretary, Ronnie _-,inde, j%ea .City; reporter, Karen 1 Banfyart, Ottosen. One hundred-forty-five,,,'pens, jlaques 1 and. belts were' aWardea to members for their outstanding record keeping by the Kossuth County Banks, One hundred members received certificates ana seals for five or more years of club work. Bob' Meyer : of the Algona club was recognized for ten years -of leadership; Ross Inman of Greenwood, five years; arid Charles Nygaard, Wesley, five years. » Special Awards To County 4-H Girls For 1960-61 Kossuth County 4-H girls have received awards and recbgnitldn for completing the 1960-61 fail club year. The awards were*-presented at the township extension council election meetings which Were-attended by 4-H'. members and their parents arid friends, Those girls whb 'received special county awards were 2- 'Ruth Ann Klein and Nancy Chambers — achievement; Raeann Brink and LeOta Ann Voss — bread demonstration; Mary Alma O'Brien, Louise Skow, LeOta Ann Voss and Jean Keith — home econo- mices; Audrey Gardner — leadership and Ruth Ann Klein — Danforth award. Also Lois Erpelding, Ruth Ann Klein, Lucille Gade and Rosemary Gisch — canning; Lorraine Funnemark and Linda Detmering -i dairy demonstration; Rosemary Gisch, Mary R'eilly, Rosehiam 'tttses and Kathleen Eden •-£ Foods, arid > Nutrition; Nancy Brink and Linda Schnetzer — safety; and Susan Lqvstad. citizenship. -,'.; • ' ') Those girls who will go to Chicago on the county award trip sponsored by i Cooperative Elevators" arid K'& Hi Oil Co. are — Mary Alma O'Brien, Susan Nil- chals, Audrey Gardner, -Jean Keith and Nancy Chambers. ; A number ofi membership seals, .._ 0 ..ji''and five yearSj 1 ten years* „*,, „ fifteen years aild-f }|rj|. Henry Looftf twenty;yearak; < 1 Swea Neighbors IVY * ^*m*tv$$ Pick Corn for Injured Man Swea-Eagle — Neighbors at friends picked and cribbed '* ] acres of corn for Harold fieek' Friday morning. Operatidhg' weri| completed by noon. Part of the corn was shelled and hauled to ,town.' Furnishing pickers weife', Junior Ellfs, Wendell >Ditsworth, Al Farland,- Johnie Tob'in, -Walter Peterson and Sam Link, Helpers for the other necessary work were Bill Gilbertson, Dart 'Robi- n, Tony Lugd, Larry Earl Kauffman, Dwight Decker; Bill Tobln, Charles McElwee fiev. W. W. Gftsfiehberg^rWaUe Mmo and Eldoh IsaaeSBH. Corn was shelled and hhuled by Mr 6hd Mrs William Stock flfld Mrs Wallace Johnson. • • • Morning lunch \yas furnished by Mrs William Tbbin.iMr? Johnie Tobin. Mrs Wendell Bits- Worth and. Mrs Kennetji Brones. Dinner was furnished by the ladies of the Open Bible oHurch arid served at the Junior Ellis Home. ' •Docker and his family moved recently to a farm in Emmet Cbunty. He was injured in a car- factor accident a few days ago. Mr and Mrs Leo Guerdet spent the weekend at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Ke'nnetn Hoss at LeMars, ;Mr and Mrs Don Lloyd and family of St. Louis, Mo. are spending the week with the 'Carl Sthaubergers and other relatives at Ledyard. The Lloyds and' the arold" Inglet family of Ledyard 1 fere Sunday guests at the chaubergers. . ' '! Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfrfidson of Humboldt were Saturday overnight guests at the home of the Mervln Johnsdni Othef guests for the evening were Mr and Mrt Harold Kranlz and family. . Saturday at the Nejs and fid Godfredson home were Donald Isenberger and three friends ffOftt De5 Moirtes. Sunday guests at the Nels and fig Godfredsort homes' were Mr aftd Mrs J3$n Wiljberj, Algona ajjd the Cecil Ge-dfredsons of Humboldt. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson and Mrs Earl DeZfieuw and family visited at the Beryl Bromley home at Fab-* mont arid were Sunday callers at the Lester Johnson , home at Algona. Mr and Mrs Fred Smith ot Rolfe were Sunday visitors at the William Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Russell Strayer, ECandis and Rodney visited at the Kenneth Brones home Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs William Mather, Jr. and Billy were Saturday evening visiters there. Mr and Mrs Lyle Krumwiede md family and Mr and Mrs Arlo Krumwiede and family attended a 10th wedding anniversary ob- seryartce in hpnor of the Dale Qarbers Friday evening at Fairmont. Sunday dinner guests at the Andrew Brones home were Mr Havamber 23, l9AUIoonq (to.) Upp» r DH Moln«-7 and, Mrs Maurice Miller and Miller and Craig of Mason Cft&, Sunday dinner guests at thb Carl Lofatrom home were her brothers, Mr and Mrs .Hugo Melz f Buffalo Center, and Alfred and Adolph MeU, Lakota, Mrs Marie Pahl, Amboy, Minn,,' and the Robert Bexells. Sundtty guests at the Hans Peterson home were the $0$ Worths of Thompson and Mrs Gle'n Burt. . V Mr and Mrs Allen Ericksoh ot Chicago and Mr and Mrs Gene Thompson were Sunday dinner .guests at the Dettmer Thompson home. The Allen Bricksons spent Sunday afternoon at the Everett Erickson home and attended the funeral services for Mrs Howard Blekfield at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen were Sunday guests at the home Of the David Medemas at LuVerHe, Miri* nesota. Mr and Mrs Dick Krumm ana Mr and Mrs Henry Wegner, Armstrong, were Sunday evening guests at the Virgil Jensen home for the birthdays of Virgil and Dick. Mrs Ida O'Green and Harold were among dinner guests at the home of Mrs John Larson Sunday evening. ^Ladies of Our Savior Lutf»eritt Church at Armstrong met at In* flgme of Mrs Lawrence Ha'ntel- ' an Tuesday. . Relatives met at the Lyla Krumwiede home Sunday eve* fling to celebrate the Kfum« wlede's 15th wedding annivfcf. sary, which was Nov. 10. Guests were the Walter Tappers, Buffalo Center, the Wilbur Bacons, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Arlo Hanson and sons, Mr and Mrs Donald Geiken and family, Mr and Mrs Peter Abbas and family, Falri mpnt, Mr and Mrs Arlo Krum* wiede and family, and Mrs Hikke Abbas. The Lyle Krumwiede children presented thejr parents with a beautifully decor* ated cakerfor the occasion. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen, Fen- Eon werife Sunday dinner guests Jt the home of the Howard Pres- tons. Mr and Mrs Percy McDowell and family of Fort Dodge visited at the home of her sister, the Warren Brones Saturday. Mr and Mrs Albert Pavick were Sunday callers at the Jbhnie Tobin home. 30 ^W/fcT DISNEY COLORING CONTEST ^i. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper until we did something about it OURSELVES! , We were stiR using lanterns on the farm 20 years after our relatives in town were enjoying electricity. Just a couple of country miles kept ua from the modern comforts and the time-saving, work-saving benefits of electric power. ^_ We might still be doing chores by lantern light, using our backs] Instead of electric motors, if we hadn't organized co-ops to get the job] 'done, In the'few years since our co-ops took over, moat farms in the couu-J try have bee» totally electrified., _ The ra^id ebaage in farm living because of efeetricrty seems almost a miracle,., bgt near miracles ore possible when many people with a com- m<m need work together for their common good... through cooperatives.' the g*eat advances of the coraing years may be, coopera-' [ ( NO. 3 OF A SERIES SPONSORED BY? MB*—-——W—-P—*>W9«pmHmi^Mm*H*BRB*Hp»IMIlp*9ll . WHITTEMORE CO'-OP ELEV James Kollasdi, Asst. Mgr. ELEVATOR CO, Swea City .',,.. Russell Parker, Mgr, ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO, R. W, Jurgens, Mgr, CO-OP ORAIN & PRODUCT CO., Ringstsa 1 , Kenneth Patterson, Mgr, LuVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR Eldon Guess, Mgr, ifiNTON CO'OP ELEVATOR , , ,,,,,, Curtis Lura, Mgr, 0URT CO-OP ELEVATOR .,.,,, j, L, Miller, Mgr, IRVINQTON CO-OP ELEVATOR , , , , E, F, Immerfall, Mgr, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. HOIARTON €©'OP ELEVATOR, Algpna , , , Ray Reid, Mgr. FARMERS e0*8P ILIVATOR, lodt , , , , E, N, Ellingspn, Mgr, L6DYA8D CO-OP ELEVATOR ,, , , , Bernard Reilly, Mgr, KIDS - ENTEf WALT DISNEY'S "BOBBY" COLOR ING CONTEST — 30 BIG PRIZES. WALT DISNEY'JS "BOBBY" WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6-9 ; S; Contestants mpy submit entries in water cplprs, craypns, pastels or inks. Wjnner? will be judged on originality and neatness, Clip the above outline drawing and 'color it as you think beft. Mqil or bring your entries to the ALGONA THEATRE pn or before midnight, Sunday, Pee. 3, 1961. Prizes in two groups, (!) ages up to 8, (2) ages 9 through 12. PRIZES FOR EACH GRQUP; . firjt prfee, free pass to. AJgono Theatre'good for 3 month*, Second priie, free pass to Algona Theatre good for 2 months. Third prize, free pp$* to AJgonq Theatre good for one month. 13 free passes to see y/cjlt Qisne/s "BPBBY", starting day, December 6-9. AFTER COLORING ABOVE PICTURE, Fljll IN LINES BELOW AND BRING OR MAIL TO ALGONA THEATRE Your Name Your Address Your Age Winners will be announced in the Algona Upper Des Moines Newspaper on Dec, 7, DON'T MISS IT I WALT QISNIY'S "SQUY"

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