The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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Phyllis Kdin Weds June 26 , August 4, 1955 Atflono (Itt.) Upper Das Melnei-S Mr and Mrs John A. Klaus, who *ere married in the Trinity Lutheran Church here, Sunday, June 26, are shown' in the above photo. Mrs. Klaus is the former, Phyllis Kain, daughter, of Mr and Mrs Edward Kain, Algona, and Mr Klaus is the son of Mr and Mrs Arm6n Klaus, Covina, Cal. Rev. Luther Loesch performed the double ring ceremony at 3 p.m. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and Iowa State Teachers College. The bridegroom was in the service for two years and is now employed at Covina, Cal., whjere they are making their home. (Photo by Brown's Studio). six classes of dairy and one' class of sheep. In addition-to placing •and discussing the classes, members had a chance to practice giving oral and written reasons on the animals. ' • 4-H'ers attending the Ames workout were selected > from' members attending- the county evening jiidging practices July 13. 20 and 27. Special thanks go to ' Louis Reilly, Don Erickson ' & Sons. Floyd Bode; Berl Priebe, Gerald and Herman Soderberg; Maurice & Mark Bernhard 'for the chance to visit their farms, setting up classes for the judging workout viewing their fine breeding herds and the htlpful suggestions on selecting the right kind of livestock to meet one's needs for greater profit and more Ten Kossuth 4-H Members At Ames Judging Show Ten Kossuth County 4-H club members and their coach, Robert Johnson, county extension youth . assistant, attended the annual I livestock judging • workout at •Iowa State College, July 29. Members attending the all day judging workout at Ames were— Mark Bernhard, James Bicr- stedt, Roger Dreyer, David Erickson, Robert Fritz, Billy Jentz, David Kollasch Gerald Pedersen, Dennis Schoby, Phil Tokheim. During the day's workout the members placed four classes of beef, four classes of swine, enjoyment. James Antoine Wins Top Honors In Burl Contest James Antoine won top honor? in/the county'4-H demonstration contest at Hurt, Tuesday evening, July 26. James is from the Greenwood 4-H club and won on his demonstration" How to make and use a farrowing stall." James will represent Kossuth Cotintj in the district demonstration contest at the North Iowa Fair and at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. Larry Trenary and Richard Friets will also give their demonstration on "The Neilsen Artificial Respiration Method and Life Saving".at the Iowa State Fair. Maurice Menke will represent Kossuth Cjpunty, in the dairy demonstration contest at the Dairy Cattle Congress. Maurica demonstrated "How to clean a milking niachine pulsator." ,. Members demonstrating . and their placing were'as follows— Blue ribbon—"How to pull a spike" by Carl Menke, Greenwood; "How to dehorn calves with electricity by Philip Soderberg, Greenwood: "How to plant a tree" by Ed Dumstorff, Greenwood; red ribbon, "How to-rnake a hogcatcher". by Bill Wilhelmi, Greenwood; "How to make rope" by Leon Dumstorff and Larry Wilhelmi, Greenwood; "Life saving and artificial respiration" by Betty Clark and .Janet Thoreson, SwearHarrison; white ribbon, "How to introduce people" by Joseph Kolla^ch, • Greenwood; "How to set a corner post" by Anthony Schiltz and Jim McCarthy, Ramsey. Judge for the contest was Norbert Dorow, extension director of Wihnebago county. Aug. 5 Deadline/ Corn Compliance Farmers of Kossuth county who have more corn acreage 'than covered by their individual farm allotments were reminded this week by Virgil L, Rohlf, Manager of the county, ASC, that they have until Friday, August 5, to get in compliance. He emphasized that compliance with'corn allotments is required to be eligible for price support on corn produced this, year, Mr Rohlf requested farmers we have excess corn acreage, and who reduce it by August 5 in order to be in compliance, to notify the county ASC office so that arrangements can be made toi have the fields .re-measured at the earliest possible time. The cost of such measuring must be paid by the individual farmers, Bancroft Jersey Is Top Producer A Ton of Gold Certificate has been awarded a registered Jersey cow owned by Eugene F. Nurr& Liberty Jersey Farm, Bancroft, Iowa. .. The aw.ard went fo his cow, Li" berty Jester Mitzi, which produced »2,005 Ibs. butterfat—mor'e than a ton—from 38,466 Ibi milk In four years. The certificate w|& presented by The American Jeje* sey Cattle Club from its headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. The production of Liberty Je tef. Mitzi during the four year! of official testing exceeded that of the "average" dEtiry cow in the' United States more than two times. All her tests were checked both by Iowa State College and The American Jersey Cattle Club. I- The Ton of Gold avy;ard aids Jersey breeders in selecting cows with consistently high production over a long period. Lay Plans For New Polio Shots Tentative dates of Sept. 6, 7, 8 and 9 have been set for the second round of polio shots for •Kossuth county youngsters in the proper" age brackets, but the dates are subject to approval at a meeting of the Kossuth County Medical Society. ; Polio vaccine for the second shots was received in Des Moines last week. The same clinical prb- cedure as used in the first round of shots would be maintained fdr the second round. SWEA CITY NEWS Gifford Smith drove to Winterset on Sunday to meet Mrs Smith and the children, Terry, Roddy and Joan, who have been spending two weeks visiting Mrs Smith's parents, the E. R. New- strands at Clemulgee, Okla. Guests at the Jean Tague home this week are Mrs Tague's brother and wife, Mr arid Mrs Orren Johnson and family of Dixon, 111. .Joy Ditswprth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Archie Ditsworth, and her friend Helen Hansen of Belmond returned last Friday via Northwest Airlines plane from a week's sightseeing trip to New York City. Mrs Roy Burgeson, who underwent surgery for a' brain tumor at Methodist hospital, Rochester, Minn.,, was brought home this week. The .Rev. and Mrs Paul Olson and family of Keokuk were weekend visitors at ,the parental flbb- ert Bexell home; Rev. Olson was, a guest speaker at Immanuel Lutheran church on Sunday morning. : ^^•**r^ . «"• N STYLING THAT WHISPERS 'i > .• TOMORROW .-: . •..;.; r^****"*** » » ..." -V • ••• ''88" 2-Qgor Sedan AND A PRICE THAT SHOUTS TOPAV ! LOCAL DELIVERED PRICE" 62 2388 Slats and local (ox«i extra. •'88" 2-Door Sedan, delivered locally. Your price depends Vpon choice of model and body style, optional equipment and (accessories. Prices may vary slightly in adjoining communities. would expect to pay muclr more for this beauty . ; . but you dun'l liaiclu! It's yol (hat distinctive look that is Dldsinobile'ij alone! Il'$ got tlie winging power of the mighty "Koeket" Engine, the kind o/|>mvcr that means safety! And best of all, it's got u price lag that unmistakably says: Now is the time for you to go over to Olds! I'or :,tylo appeal, power appeal, price appeal—you just can't beat Uldsinobilc! Sue Uo today! Cel out of lUu ordinary , , . »ud get iuto au Olda! VISIT Tltf "ReCKfT BQ9M :: .,. AT YQUB Qte?MO»lti AIB-CONOITIONSO OLDSMOBII.E! j.f j« let DAU'S GARAGE -125 So. Dodge St. 4 BI6 DAYS OF GALA ENTERTAINMENT AND FUN — 00 AHIAP! PRIYi IT YOURSELF! - "TH| GOINQ'S GRgAT, IN A RQCKET 8" Kossuth County At Kossuth Fairgrounds in Algona Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. • • . . ' m - gg . H AUGUST to BIG CAR AUTO RACES WEDNESDAY, 2:00 P.M. 4-H Livestock Parade — Friday, 6:30 p.m. Saddle Club Entertainment — Fri., 1 p.m. Sale of Prize Livestock — Sat., 8:30 a.m. "Fair Vogues of 1955" by Mario Show Productions WED. & THURS. EVES. 8:00 p.m. FREE BASEBALL GAMES Friday At 2:00 p.m. STOCK CAR RACES THURSDAY & SATURDAY-2:00 p.m. Kossuth County's Entertainers Will Present Their Own "HOME TALENT SHOW" Friday evening at 8 p.m, under production management of the Kossuth County Women's Rural Chorus. "Tournament of Thrills" SATURDAY 8:00 P.M. Death-Defying Acts That Will Keep Yog Breathless

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