The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 19
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Auto Racers In Feud At Fair Auto racing fans in these parts who like their contests "hot" will find the answer when they see Bobby Grim and Jud Larson vie with each other at the Kossuth County Fair the afternoon of Wednesday, Aug. 17. The two drivers are locked in a "deadly embrace" to see which one can run up the most points in the Internationa] Motor Contest Assn. for dirt track drivers. It is expected that no holds will be barred as the two spar for first place at the Kossuth County Fair set-to on Wednesday afternoon. Grim is currently leading in the race, and seems'to be headed for his first title, but close on his heels is Jud Larson, Grim, from Indianapolis, Ind., will be gunning for top money in the sprint program which will feature top drivers in the IMCA big car circuit. He will drive the famous No. 2 ; Offenhauser, which develops 6ver 350 horsepower. Jud Larson, hard-driving Texan, has been named to drive the No, 5 Tom Randol Offenhauser in the Same race. The Austin, Top Racers In Nation At Kos. Fair Algona — Some of the nation's leading dirt track auto race drivers will be .headed for the Kos- Remember To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END \ • • • At Your Grocer's suth County Pair on Wednesday, Aug. 17. Fair Secretary L. W. Nitchals today announced the receipt of entries. from Andy Anderson, Hastings, Neb.; Lee Drollinger,' Champaign, 111., and a trio of California drivers, Jack Jordan, El Centro; Duke Walters, Los Angeles, and Johnny Pauelson, Gardenia. Anderson will wheel the 270 cubic-inch Les King Offy in the Algona events. He is one of the nation's up-and-coming young drivers. Anderson finished eighth' last year in National Speedways point standings. Drollinger will drive another one of the powerful Offenhau- sers, his own No. 16. The three Californians are unknown quantities in IMCA competition, but are top ranking chauffeurs on the West Coast. Jordan and Pauelson will drive Offies, while Walters will wheel a Hal-powered racer. These boys join a strong field which already includes such top notch drivers as Bobby Grim, current national point leader;. Jud Larson, winner of the Hawkeye Futurity, and Willy Wildhaber,. Lexington, 111., speed ace. 25 Kossuth Men At Feeders Day August 4 r Ames About 25 farmers from Kossuth County attended the 37th .annual Cattle Feeders' D"ay at Iowa State College Thursday, Aug. 4. They brought back information on cattle feeding that many of them expect to put to use on their farms during the coming year, Findings in this class included Dr. W, H. Hale's report on feeding of green clipped brome-alfalfa forage to beef cattle in dry lot. Hale said feeding the clippings in dry lot brought greater returns over feed costs than grazing brpme-alfalfa pasture. Extension Director Barnes says the good results obtained with feeding 5 milligrams of stilbestrol daily to calves make it seem this program might be good for feeding 4-H club calves. Another finding that may be important to local farmers in planning their feeding programs The Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa FREE GATE EXPOSITION AT FAIRMONT, AUGUST 10 - 14 Gigantic State Fair Carnival New Industrial and Floral Hall New Builders end Appliance Show with over 50 Exhibitorsl KSUM Studio on the Grounds—Free KSUM heater of the Fairl Martin County is proud of its outstanding Livestock Exhibits! Exceptional 4-H, Future Farmers, Boy Scout and Girl Scout Exhibits . . . Martin County's Youth exhibits are the Finest! Machinery Hill Under Flood Lights Martin County is a pioneer in making our machinery exhibit available for night inspection. State Fair Grandstand Entertainment Including Aut Swenson Thrillcade Friday and Saturday Evenings, August 12th and 13th Wednesday Evening — Carnival Evening. Thursday Afternoon — Child's Day. AH ndes 10c. Thursday Evening — Adults admitted at child's 50c price if they bring a child. Saturday Afternoon — Horse Show. Sunday Programs — Biq Thomas Circus Acts Show. Sunday Evening — Additional Super Fireworks Show. Grandstand Prices - Adults $1.10 incl, tax. Children 50c. CHURCH AND ORGANIZATION STANDS supply wonderful eats at low prices! Come Again and Again! THE GATE IS ALWAYS FREE was a report by agronomists and livestock men that showed the protein content of cornstalk silage was appreciably increased by high nitrogen fertilizer applications to the cornfield. This will have a bearing on the amount of protein supplement needed in various feeding programs. C. C. Culbertson and Bruce Taylor, of Iowa State College, reported an experiment in which gilts following stilbestrol-fed cattle farrowed an average of 9.36 •pigs per litter and did not show detrimental effects from whatever stilbestrol they may have picked up from the droppings. Another experiment showed cornstalk silage with limited hay and a corn-mineral supplement makes a satisfactory low-cost wintering ration for beef cows. Dr. Wise Burroughs reported feeding 10 milligrams of stilbestrol per cow in the cornstalk wintering ration seemed to. benefit cows which are not pregnant. No beneficial results followed feeding stilbestrol to pregnant cows, however, and one cow failed to bear a live calf. Cornstalk silage, properly supplemented, also proved to be a satisfactory winter feed for growing heifer calves intended for slaughter. A big feature of the cattle feeders' day was the announcement of a new Iowa Economy Supplement. Cattle fed this supplement. Cattle fed this supplement made gains at 7 cents less per day per steer than those on the "Iowa 4" supplement announced last year. A. L. Neuman of the University of Illinois and Leroy Getting Texas, speed pilot was side-lined in the second day of racing at Tampa, Florida, when he was injured in a crash, but at the Kossuth County Fair he will be bad' in top shaoe piloting the Randol Offy, a"270 cubic inch job. Fair Secretary L. W. Nitchals says he expects a field of about 20 cars to compete in the Kossuth County Fair race meet. of Sanborn, Iowa, a farmer and cattle feeder, also presented reports on the use of oat silage and green corn in feeding cattle. Livermore by Lena Altman Sister Mary Gerald of Detroit Mich, and Sister Mary Macrina of Mason City were visiting a! the William Hastings home. Sis ter Gerald is the daughter of Mi and Mrs Hastings. Sister Mary Virginia of Lamont and Sister M. Sienna of Dubuque spent the day Monday visiting the former's parents, Mr and Mrs John Freilinger. Mrs Anna Berte and daughter Agnes alsc visited Monday at the Freilingei home. Mrs Berte is Sister Sienna's sister. Frank Sittler of Mason City spent Sunday visiting relative; here at the Ole Sittler home and other homes. Mrs Anna Welter, Kathryn Hie; of Des Moines, Linda Pongemar of Northridge, Calif., and Mr anc Mrs O. J. Cayou attended a fam ily reunion Sunday at Pocahontas. Mr and Mrs- Irvin Underberj and family of Swaledale visitec Sunday evening with his parents Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg. • Mr and Mrs Sam Thorson anc son Sammy of Bode and Mr anc Mrs Joe Underberg and son 1 Efear of Fort Dodge enjoyed a pifcni' dinner Sunday at the Carl Under- For An Unfailing Supply of Low-cost, High-efficiency Gas, Install This... LP-Gas Storage System by Rapid Thermogas Co. 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He was fovmei music instructor in the Livermore school. Dave Fisher went to Titonkf, Monday where he is making some improvements on his farm. Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz visited Tuesday evening with Mrs Robert Scott and her son Gene Behrenn at Hampton. Mr and Mrs Elmer Gronbach and Mary Melavin have returned home (from Chicago where they spent a few days visitinji with Edward Melavin and oth'jr relatives. Mr and Mrs Karl Baessler attended church services at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Ren wick Sunday morning. The infant son of Mr and Mrs Dean •fumes was baptized at the church services by the Rev. A. L. Braunschweig. He was named Douglas Keith. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Keith Baessler. Dinner guests at the James home were- Mr and Mrs Karl Baessler and Mr and Mrs Keith Baessler and family. Dinner and supper guests Sun- day at the Car.l V. Johnson homo were Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson and Donna of Woodward and Mrs dward Mario of Boone. Gus Johnson of Huiriboldl was also o supper guest fit the Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Paul Jarvis and Paula and Mr and, Mrs Bruce Gregory and daughter enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at Loomis Park in Fort Dodge. Jhursday, August 11, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper DBS Mo?ne»-3 son and children of Union Grovo, Wis, who is visiting her mother, Mrs William Rarnun, in LuVerne. Tommy Davis, who is employed with a construction company in Minneapolis, Minn., spent Sunday here with his wife and son. Mrs Tommy Davis went to Iowa City .Thursday, and Friday and brought home her infatit son, who had been a patient there for a week. Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz attended a Raitius family reunion Sunday at the John Ramus homo in LuVorne in honor of Mrs Hint?,' sister, Mrs Andrew Hnn- I . . I U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dividend, ROAD CLOSED! ' You block off phone calls to your home when you fail to replace your telephone receiver properly. 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