The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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I fla.) Upper Ow Moln«-» , Jun* ft, /ToAfiend Annual 4-H Camp June 12-14 girls - 30 , M ,° f fun ' new experiences and relaxation at the district 4-H camp, June 12 to 14. They will * u ? art P f a Sroup of about 690 £" ? rst fr om eleven counties in North Iowa who will attend this event at the Methodist Camp grounds in the south shore of *-lear Lake. The 4-H campers attending will be Margaret Yeoman, Carol and Patty Rahe, Linda Weber, Janet pe, Sylvia Eden, Patty Wil- Pamela Andrews, Kathleen M ado nna Gisch, Ann , Patty Roalson, Jo Ann Johnson, Mary Reinhardt, Mary Gibson, Mary Jo Vaske, Gwen Baker, Bonnie Bristow, Karen Seller Ilona Hertzke, Sharon wertzke, Sandra Johnson, Pamela Keil, Nancy Fischer, Eleanor and Elaine Rockwood, Judy Hob- Scheidt, Donna Miller, Ruth Wise, Merle Ann Harig, Diane Reding Karen Zeimet, Joan Reding, Alice Bormann, Karen Larsen, Margaret Nielsen, Sheila Osgood, Judith Pulver, Janet Walker, Maxine Clark, Grace McKim, Madonna Erpelding, Julia Wubben and Mary Girres. Jack Frideres, Art Kahler, John Drttmer, Beverly Thorson, Jeraiu Kluger, Billy Jentz, Jay Frieden, Robert Traub, Laverne Klocke, Albert Kollasch, Leon Dumstorff, Virgil Wallentine, Don Carroll, Dave Hobscheidt, Jerry Koestler, Gary Davis, Tom Mullins, Bill Grant, Duane Vaske, Pat Vaskc, Duane Hilbert, Tom Frideres, Ray Wilberg, Gail Kauffman, Roger Linde, James Hardt, Jack Vipond, Lloyd Pommer, Roger Arndorfer, John Mosbach, John Loebach, Ruth Ericksoh and Charlotte Wichtendahl. The delegation will be accompanied by several leaders and county extension personnel, Dean L. Barnes, Robert C. Johnson and Mary K. Staudt. Activities during the three day , camp include learning how to make leather belts, luster lace braiding, swimming, boating, games, outdoor cookery, and entertaining and educational programs. The group program is planned and supervised by the extension agents of the eleven counties participating. This will be the tenth annual district camp and it has grown to be the largest single gathering of boys and girls at a camp in Iowa. Beef Producers To Tour Near Bancroft Today The Kossuth County Beef Producer's Association directors have planned another interesting and educational event in the form oi a tour June 6 for cattlemen of the county, according to Dean Barnes, county extension . director. The tour is planned in the Bancroft area and will begin at 1:30 pTm. with four different stops. The planned tour and what will be observed at each is as follows: Ross Inman — W. E. Quinn farm, 2 miles west of the Bancroft cemetery. On this farm the group will see 200 head of both heavy and light cattle on feed; Richard Menke farm, 1% miles west and % north of Bancroft. To be observed here are 3 groups of cattle, some on self-feeder, • hand fed and on pasture. This stop will give the touring cattle- m*>n a chRnce to see a roller mill in action and a drying setup also; Lawrence Menke farm 5 miles north of Bancroft. Here the group will see 305 head of 700 Ib. cattle being self-fed on pasture; Vince Becker farm, 3 miles east and 1 .south of Bancroft. Becker has ' 45 head of cattle on grass, which he brings up for hand feeding twice each day. He also has a self-feeder on wheels, which is of interest. The tour, an annual affair for the cattlemen, promises to be a fine opportunity for them to learn some new angles in the cattle industry. All farmers are invited, according to Barnes. IN 20 DEPARTMENTS Edward Koch, Ex-Whittemore Man, Succumbs Whittemore — Residents of this community were shocked when they learned of the sudden death of Edward Koch, who grew to manhood in Whittemore. He attended the Whittemore Schools and was' the son of the late Mr and Mrs John Koch. Edward Koch, 66, died suddenly of an heart attack 'Saturday morning, May 25, and the last rites were held Monday, May 27, in. the Lindhorst Funeral Home in Humboldt, with Rev. Harold Olson of West Bend officiating. Burial was at the Evergreen cemetery east of Whittemore. He- is survived by four brothers and three sisters, including Frank of West Bend and Mrs William Wier of Emmetsburg. Mr Koch was a painter and paperhanger by trade in Humboldt. IF If § HEWS - WE WAWT IT BIG GRAND OPENING EVENT Plain or printed pliifte insures cool sleeping comfort. Sites 1 io 3. Grand Opening Special! LAST 3 DAYS I Infants Stretch Nylon Socks PRS. $| 100% stretch nylon yarn in socks thai fit all sizes 3 through 5>/ 2 . Grand Opening Special! LAST 3 DAYS ! Mens Broadcloth Boxer Shirts 2 FOR $ Assorted colorful patterns in sanforized broadcloth shorts — sizes 32 to 46. Grand Opening Spec/or/.' LAST 3 DAYS I Mens Cotton Athletic Shirts 3 FOR $| Fine cotton ribbed athletic shirts in sizes 38 to 46. Low price for cool comfort I DAYS I Mens Charribray Work Shirts Fine quality blue chambray work shirts — long sleeves, sizes 14'/a io 17. Several popular summej colors — in slacks ideal IQI leisure wear. Sizes Featuring Gifts For Dad Dad Wants FOR DAD'S DAY/ SUNDAY, JUNE 16 Long Sleeve Sport Shirts in Choice Patterns and Colors • Ivy League Cellar Style • Regular Cottar Style • Spread Coder Sfyle • Novelty Weave* • Solid Colon In Many Shade* • Gay Ploldi and Stripei A wide, wonderful Selection of comfortable, smart looking rayons, cottons and cotton-dacron blends. Perfection tailoring, precise Wings' Workmanship and distinctive colors and patterns to suit every man's taste. Small, medium, large and extra large. *As Advertised in LIFE ios White and Fancy Dress Shirts Cool open weave mesh short sleeve drcssport shirts, and Famous Wings "Rocket" long sleeve style with guaranteed Airplane Cloth Collar. White and fancy cotton broadcloths. Sizes 14 to 17. Grand Opening Special I' LAST 3 DAYS I Girls Suntime Playsuits 1.00 Elastic knit belt and leg openings. Big assortment new patterns. Sites 7 to 14, Grand Opening Special! LAST 3 DAYS I Ladies Nylon Brief Panties Form filling nylonitad acetate tricot with embroidery-, P*n«l law or applieque trim. 5, 6, 7 only. and Many More Special DAD'S DAY Banner Buy ! Cool, Dressy Sport Shirts Here's where you men can stock up on these COOL shirts for the hot days ahead) Really cool — made of son- forized washable fabric, in soft solid pastels and colorful patterns. Sizes S-M-L. Breeze-Cool Sport Shoes Flexible, foot-conforming, cool! Washable monks cloth uppers vulcanized to sole and heel. Sturdy lightweight bouncy cork-crepe soles. Double stitched. Blue or brown. Boys sizes 2</2 to 6; mens sizes 6V? to 11. 2.99 Men's Knit Sport Tee Shirts JUST WHAT DAD WANTS I 298 Perfect summer comfort! Cotton and cotton-orloA blends in colorful aolklj and novelty patterns. Smart new collar styles, abort eloev'es. Small, medium and large. Men's Walking Shorts Well tailored, smart appearing . «elf belted Hollywood Btyle in linen-wouvo rayon. PoliaheJ cotton in ivy league •tyle with buckle strap back, Charcoal, tan, black, Davy. SUM 28 to 42. Grand Openir.g Special! LAST 3 DAYS I Cool Cotton Brassieres Soft cotton sturdily tailored with self straps, stitched undei cups. While. All sites. Men's S-T.R-E-T.C.H NYLON SOCKS 44c pr. 100% DuPont nylon Btretch yarn in eolorfu/ dark or light patterns. Waah etuily, fit neatly, wear longer, absorbent. Due gite fiU all without binding, All At Very Low S & L Prices Regular 35c Percales Truly gorgeous assortment Sn'on ' ** rl P« 8 ' SWomeiric*, Ml 80-square washable I Opening Special! LAST 3 DAYS I Boys Summer Weight Socks Grand Opening Special I LAST 3 DAYS I Boys Cool Sport Shirts Short sleeved comfy cool shirts in a riot of patterns, many fabrics. Sizes 4 to 19. Grand Opening Special! LAST 3 DAYS! 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