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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 24, 1954
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*»,* '" V- V Tuesday, August 24, 1954 Alganci (fa.) Upper De§ Mohe$-3 Purple Ribbon 4 In 4-H Dairy ft-"-—- — * » A ^*'^cfWfe^: * % <*f .<?. •** j.. ~ ilj??Tj»W/*t*. t Four purple winners in the 4-H dairy division are pictured above. Left to right they are Jay Frieden, Garfield twp., champion Milking Shorthorn; Gene Nurre, Ramsey twp., champion Jersey 2- year-old; Aaron Anliker, Garfield twp., champibn Ayrshire; and Dennis'Schoby, Algona, best aged cow (Holstein)—(Photos by Al Missal). • : ; , ' • Patricia Schutjer Weds .ail Af Titonka On August 7 : — -Saturday,. Aug. 7, Miss :Pa'tlricia Schutjer, ^daughter.' of Mr a'ricf Mr's'Roy Walrbd.'beV came the. bride of Gerfal4 'Lpehr, son of Mr and Mrs-Floyd : L'66hr; of Moorland at the , Methodist church; in; TitbnkaJ ; Rev. J. E. Albertson '.performed •: the; double ring ceremony. •..''• < ' : Rpse Oordes, classmate of the bride, presided at the organ. and accompanied Roger Hicks; • cousin of the bridegroom, 1 as he sang, "Because" before the ceremony and "The -Lprd's Prayer" while the couple .knelt at the altar"; Candielighters were Judith Ann Walrod and; Judy Hicks, ."cousinfe of the bridegroom.' The bride Jwas, given'. in ( marr riage by her* brother William Schutjer of Algona. Her gown was of Rosepoint lace and nylon tulle over slipper'satin. The'fit- ted bodice had a sweetheart neckline and the full skirt had lace panels'jatj each*, side, and extend: ed into : a" court train. .The lace fitted sleeves .came 'to , a point over the; wrist. Her, fingertip length veil of nylon tulle fell from a crown of irridesceht sequins and pearls. She carried a bouquet, of pinkv and white carnations and,wore'a ; gojd cross, a gift of the bridegroom.' 1 Mrs William Schutjer; ) sister in law of: the bride,; was matrpf) of honor. : The bridesmaids were Muriel and Sharon Schutjer, cousins of the bride. The flower girl was Cheryll Bethv Walrod, 'sister, of the bride. Ringbearer was Douglas Schutjer, cousin • oft the Dride. •••'•;'•. Alvin Loehr-attended his brother as best man. Walter Fiala and Melvin Chalstrom were groomsmen. Ushers were Terry Schutjer and Everett Fields. Immediately following the ceremony'a reception was, held in the fellowship hall .at the church for 160 guests. Mrs Jerry Scnut- jer t aunt of the bride, was dining room hostess. •;'•••. '•'.'••••'' Mrs 'Clarence Schutjer, aunt of the bride, and Mrs Melvin Chalstrom,' sister of :the bridegroom, cut the cake and Mrs Waller Fiala and Nangrl Nelson poured.' '•••'' Waitresses were Colleen Rippentrop, Mary Ann Engstrom, Donna Sundell, ' and Dorothy Boelts, friends of the bride. Sharon Eden had charge of the guest book and' Mrs • Alvin .lioehr . and Bonnie Burgess had charge of the gifts. , The bride graduated from Titonka high school and attendee Hamilton Business 5College' at Masori City. - .She had been erri- ployed at the'office of Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. The bridegroom graduated from the Moorland high school and served in the army in the, .Koyeani .war and since his discharge, has eTaeen farming. .. ,, , ,.,-. . .•, ,v«v, > After a trip to the western states the couple will be at home on a farm near 1 Moorland. Britt; David Kaltved, Swea City; Lowell Byam, Algona; Charlene Asa, Algona; Barbara Drone, Algona. ' '•' TEXTILE DEPT. Blue ribbon winners^Mrs Wm. Moeding, Lu Verne; Anna Hanselman, LuVerne; Mrs Carl Swanson,' Lu Verne; Mrs Ethel Gilles, Algona; Mrs Edward Priebe, Fenton; Mrs Edward Dontje, Ledyard; Mrs Lloyd Robinson, Algona; Mrs Hugh Post, Algona; Jennie' Mason, LuVeape; Mrs Anna Nelson, Algona; Mrs Morris Thompson, Algona; Eu|nice Dontje, Ledyard. Evelyn Cady, Algona; Mrs Henry Mitchell, Algona; Mrs Henry • Kubly, Lu Verne; Mrs Arlow Blome', Bancroft; Mrs Art Anderson, Swea City; Mrs James, Kearns, Whittemore; Ruth Walker, Algona; Mrs Elva Coon, Ai gona; Ray Wilberg, Fenton; MrL Chris Gales,.; Irvington; Josie McEvoy, Algona. Mrs Dick Haarsma, Algona; Mrs Lawrence Chipman, Burt; Mrs Berle Priebe, .Algona; Bev-* erly piers, Bancroft; Noreta Trurikhill, Burt; Mrs Frieda Norman, ; Algona; Mary, Keith,. Burt; 'Judy'Reihders; Algona: •-•,''' TOWNSHIP BOOTHS , First place, 'Buffalo twp.; second place, ^aiijie 4wp. ' i. ••.} \ Winners BEEF CATTLE . Hereford blue ribbon winners: Fincham Bros., Ames; P. M. Christenson & Son, Lone Rock; Jerry Waite; Fenton. Angus blue ribbon — Lois McGregor, Armstrong. DAIRY CATTLE Holstein blue ribbons: H. M. . Schoby & Sons, Bode, eight firsts, including -grand champion bull, senior and junior champion bulls- Dennis Schoby, Bode, seven firsts, ' including' grand champion arid 'senior champion females; Philip Soderberg, Bancroft, three, including junior champion female. Guernsey blue ribbons: W. H Bosworth, Algona, nine, including grand champion, senior champion and junior champion bulls, and senior champion female; Forest McClure, Bode, nine, including grand champion and junior champion females; Corrine Zwiefel, Titonka, two, including junioi champion female. Jersey blue ribbons: Thomas Nurre, Bancroft, two, including junior champion female; Eugene Nurre, Bancroft, two. Ayrshire blue ribbons — Aaron ' Anliker, West Bend, three, including junior champion female SWINE Poland China blue ribbons: Louis W. Reilly, Algona, 15, including grand and reserve champion boar and grand champion and reserve champion sow. Duroc Jersey blue ribbons: W J. Stewart, Burt, eight, including grand champion boar and grand champio* sow; Otto Harlan Algona, six blue ribbons; W. H. Helmke £ Son, Renwick, six, including junior champion boar and reserve champion sow. Hampshire blue ribbons: Jot A. Skow, Wesley,' four, senior champion boar, grand champion boar; Fritz Freyholtz, Fenton, two; Harold Fischer, Swea C-ity, 10 reserve grand champion boar, ' reserve champion sow, grand champion sow. . , Spotted Poland China blue ribbons — Bert S. Geerdes fc Son, Lakota, 16, reserve grand champion boar, reserve champion sow, grand champion sow;.Fut.s Freyholtz, Fenton, one, grand champion boar. Berkshire blue ribbons - Darrell Downs, St. Benedict, three. and junior champion boar and junior champion sow. . County special, barrow class- Charles Dearchs, Algona first and second; third, Otto Harlan, Al- Kossuth Men To Exhibit At Iowa State Fair Kossuth County farmers are making their bid for a share of the more than $100,000 offered' for prize-winning livestock' at the Iowa Centennial State Fair in Des Moines, August 28 to Sept. 6. SHEEP DEPT. Mark Bernhard, Bancroft 7 flrjt? Ernest Kenneth Carson, Wesley, three seconds; Earl H, & Sons, Laurens, seven ,wo firsts; Charles Dearchs, Al- ;ona, one second. GARDEN DEPT' Blue ribbon -winners—Richard Friets, Bancroft; Mrs Raymond ^arisen, Wesley; Mrs Otto Westing, Algona; Mrs Harold Becker, 3urt; J. G. Graham, Algona; Clarence M. Hays, Algona; Mrs Chris Gales, Algona; Mrs Lawrence Chipman, Burt. Mrs O. W, Friedow, Britt; Mrs O. L. Thoreson, Swea City; Marilyn Bormann, Bode; Mrs Fred Jennings, Sexton; Mrs Melvin Rieken, Burt; Arthur Gade, Algona; Mrs Harvey C. Larsen, Armstronfi: Geneva Snrenson, Algona; Mrs Martin Becker, Burt; Mrs Wm. Wiskus, Bancroft; Ma- drtnna Erpelding, Algona; Mrs Henry Mitchell, Lakota; Frank Meine, Whittemore, CULINARY DEPT. Blue ribbon winners — Mrs Jerry Heetland, Lakota; Carol Elbert, Corvvith; Martha Drager, Algona; Jan Clark, Bancroft; Mrs Morris Thompson, Algona; Mrs Randall Clark, Algona; Jean Ann Spangler, Corwith; Mrs Q. A. Bjustrpm, Burt; Mrs Berle Priebe, Algona; Mrs Robert Carr, Algona; Mrs Carl Hutchins,.Algona. Mrs Edward Thilges, Bode; Helen Paetz, Algona; Mrs Henry Kubly, Lu Verne; Mrs Otto Westling, Algona; Mrs Raymond Carlson, Wesley; Petra Thoreson, Swea City; Mrs Wm. Moeding, Lu Verne; Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Titonka; Mrs Wm. Wiskus, Bancroft; Mrs Lloyd Robinson, Algona; Janet Scuff ham, Algona; Geneva Sorensen, Algona; . Mrs Leo McEnroe, Algona; Mrs-Nick Fisch, Algona; Mrs Dorothy MCT Kim, Algona; Betty Jane Kearns, Whittemore; Mrs Chris Gales, Irvington; Mrs Etta Howard. Burt; Anna Hanselman, LuVerne; C. E. Kiilsholm, Wesley; Mrs Edward Bormann, Bode; Mrs Edward Priebe, Fenton. PLANTS & FLOWERS Blue ribbon winners—Mrs H. S. Montgomery, Algona; Mrs Will Winter, Algona; Mrs Jerome Eisenbarth, Algona; Mrs George Scuffham, Algona; Mrs Nick Fisch, Algona; Mrs Donald Root, Fenton; Mrs John Deim, Algona; Robert Friets, Bancroft. Mrs A. F. Schweppe, Algong, Mrs Lloyd Robinson, Algona; Mrs Wm. C. Dau, Algona; FranH Meine, Whittemore; Russell QHS- ter, Algona; Mrs O. W. Friedow, Britt; Mrs John Ruger, Fenton; Mrs Harold Becker, Burt; Mrs. H. J. Bode, Algona; Mrs Chris Gales, Irvington; Bernadette BsU- ly, Algona; Mrs Fred Jennings, Sexton; Mrs Fred Plumb, Lprie Rock; Delpres Hilbert, Algona; Mrs Fred Asa, Aigons; Mrs Berk Priehe, 'fUjfmi'.f, fr,ff4«W» Among local farmers who have filed entries in the show, and the livestock they will exhibit are; Bert S. Geerdes & Son, Lakota, 3 Spotted Poland China; W. H. Bosworth, Algona, I Guernsey; H. B. Seely, Algona, 14 Cheviois, and 8 Columbias; Louis H. Reilly, Algona, 20 Poland Chinas; and Gray Brothers, Titonka, 17 Spotted Poland Chinas. This year's National Aberdeen Angus Show, Sept. 1 and 2, will help swell the total entries to an expected all-time high of more than 7,000. Judging in the open class competition in all divisions will take place Monday, Aug. 30, through Thursday, Sept. 2. FFA and 4-H entries will be judged Friday and Saturday, Sept. 3 and. 4. 75th YEAR When W. P. Kent of Waukee goes to the state fair this year, it will be his 7£th consecutive year of attendance. He's 86 years old; all of that time except the first nine months has been lived in the Waukee community. SQUIRRELS HAVE THE SECRET When acorns are plentiful, the provident squirrel stores them away against a rainy day. That goes for "saving money," too . . .' what you put away in a Home Federal savings fit- count now may come in mighty handy some day later. Remember, twice a year we add to your savings with dividends earned by your money. NOW PAYING Account* Insured Up tp $10,000 Home Federal THIS IS A BIG WEEK IN FOWLERS CHILDREN'S STORE! WE Brush Our Teeth Morning and Night Wear FOWLERS SCHOOL WE Always Study Very Hard In School & loan 1917 Alf!»rio, Iowa The Famous Brands In Children's Wear Are At Fowlers • Limans Jenax Coals '• Dee Dee Deb Coals • Curtsy Coals • Cinderella Dresses • Kale Greenaway Dresses* Tiny Town Dresses • Deauville Tee Shirts • Youngwear Boys Shirts • Tarn O'Shanler Sweaters • Trimfoot Hosiery • Excel Outerwear • Carters Underwear And Many, Many — oh, so manyl — Others Come In And Register YOUR NAME FOR A FREE PRIZE! Beautiful new dresses to be given away ABSOLUTELY FREE during our big Back-To-School event. Just register your name - thqfs all. Also - twenty $1.00 credit slips to be given away in the same drawing. Don't miss this at Fowlersl Drawing for prize winners will be held August 31st. No purchase necessary to register. CORDUROY GIRLS' SLACKS. These are made and tailored to a T by famous "Sharpees" makers of first class sportswear for women. Fit like a charm, and the corduroy is a nice fine wale. O QO Sizes 8 to 12 £«*JU GIRLS' DEE DEE COATS in "Oracle" fleeces — as soft as a duckling's down. The smartest coats of all for school girls and teensl Sizes 8 to 14 or an ror 34.95 GIRLS' "SHIP N' SHORE" cotton school blouses in striking plaids and plain colors. Sizes 4 /[A 8 to 14— fc-fiJ GIRLS' NAVY GABARDINE SLACKS in perfectly stunning new styles, and so very practical for school 0 AC Sizes 10 to 14 U«5FV GIRLS' 4-BUCKLE PLAYPET JACKETS, made of famous parka poplin in colors red or blue. Smart knitted collar and pocket flaps. Sizes 7 to 14 IOM WWII Ml 7.95 GIRLS' SCHOOL DRESSES. Luscious new school styles from Kate Greenaway — and they are just thatl Also famous Cinderella school styles. They look like far more Moneyl All girls sizes, Q AO C QO small to teen __O.*FO to U-9U BOYS' SCHOOL JACKETS. Very little for a jacket like this! Heavy gabardine with quilted wool lining, heavy quilted and zipperedi hood attached. Turns back as collar. A AC Sizes 6 to 12 1 5J-5KI GIRLS' WARM COATS. They're just in. They're just unpacked! They're so very, very newl All the new fabrics here in girls coats - many, many stunning styles. *..... 15.95,. 34.95 WARM-UP JACKETS. Actual values 7.95 to 1 9.951 For both boys and girls. Satin outer with flannel linings. Colors black, blue, purple and maroon. Sizes 8 to 14. A AC Wonder values! f»WW YELLOW SLICKERS for boys and girls- ideal safety raincoat. Extra heavy weight to shed hardest rain. Buckle closure. A CA Sizes 6 to 10 T.UV GIRLS' "KITTY KOLLIER" nylon blouses in lovely styles to wear with jumper dresses/Sizes 1 AO 8 to 14 I«*HI GIRLS' SKIRTS, Fall and Winter Corduroys, gabardines, woolens and other ! 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