The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 5
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4-H Judging Honors Won By Two Kossuth Entries The Kossuth County 4-H judging team placed first and third at the Northwest Iowa Holsteir. Show ;it Sponcor, Aug. 6 There were ten 4-H teams and 30 KFA teams entered in the contest. The first place team score was 535 points. Second place went to the Dickinson County team and third place was won by Kossuth with 511 points. John Helleselh had a perfect score of 200 to give him honors ever all persons competing in the contest. Roger Dreyer won a leather billfold for winning high individual honors with a score of 1B8 in the 'junior open class contest. Robert Johnson, youth assistant and coach of the local team, placed fifth in the adult division with a score of 190. Kossuth club members Inking part in the contest were uene Nuire Dick Kueckcr, Ih»oKl Banwarl, John Helleseth. Phil Tokhcmi ,Dunne Jensen, James Hieistrdt. Roger Dreyer and D-'n- nis Schoby. James Antoinc of the Greenwood -1-H club won tup honors in 1h<- district 4-H di'inunstratioi: contest at the North Iowa Fair at Ma.-,iin City. Aug. 10. James was aci.-ornpnnied by the club leader and coach, Gerald Hoiierhei u. The Kossulh Livestock Judging Team placed fourth in the Noiin Iowa Fair judging contest with nine team.- competing. Roger D:eyer of the K-ntoli 4-H Club won third high individual of the entire contest with a score of 2!M. Judging team members were Roger Dreyer. Dick Kueck>.:. John Hfik'M.'th an.l James P.iersteo'l. Individual:- taking part in the contest were Plv, Tckheim. Gerald Pedersi-n. David Kollasch and Duane Jensen. Mrs Dorr Was Card Hostess At St. Benedict St. Benedict—The wi ekiy St. lU-ni'iiic! ran.! party -,va.^ held at t-a.- li'iiiiV of \/r.s lit-'n Dorr, Tl'.ursday. lligl; pin: was won by Mrs Lawrence Cink. Agnes Ludwig. Annii- Ei.-i-h'.-n and Mrs Hiiiii-y \Valler were iriK-i-tx Guest pn/> went to Agnes Ludwig. Mi.:i-!>. Ui ,i!l <iur >urpri.-e, -Mrs Al R .:••(•;)• ncvvr ,i!»t li.'W. Leo Ludwig, Mr Ludwig (*md Mr and Mrs J;ick ;md Mrs L)an Froehlich went to Spirit Lake to Mrs Anthony Long's funor;,] hist Saturday. She is a cousir: o! George, Leo, Jack and Mrs Froehlich. She was 82 years old and hud been in bed about 3 years. Mr and Mrs August Huschkn and Mr and Mrs Al Roscnmeyt-r spent Sunday at Hampton at I he- Mr and Mrs Dick Dullard's. Thev are cousins, Visitors at the Tony Grandgenett home last Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning were- Mr and Mrs Jim Ciha and children, Joan, Don and Tom of Cleveland. Ohio. Mr and Mrs Joe Malek also of Cleveland visited Tuesday evening. Mrs Ciha and Mrs Malek are cousins of Mrs Grandgenclt. The three families spent Wednesday afternoon at the Grotto in We.st Bend. Donald Froehlich, oldest son of Mr and Mrs Francis Froehlirh. had an emergency appendectomy at St. Ann hospital the evening of Aug. 13. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfor, Dorothy Arndorfer and son Ronnie, and Roman Arend went to Blue Earth, Minn, for a Oaf- man - Arndorfer family reunion, There were about 70 present and they all met at the fairgrounds there. The Dennis Carroll farii- ily of LuVerne were also present. The meeting was in honor of the younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Garman who will enter the St. Francis convent at Du- buquc. Mr and Mrs John Gute and daughter, Sharon, of Glidden, la. and Mr and Mrs Jack Kutschara were Saturday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer. T!it. _Joo Klcniin'.- .md Geor:; Kunkel'f. will be liai-k. by th tune this news icaclU's you. front I .! ( i day trip to the Black Hills ' an.'! other places. Aug. 13 was the weddm^d.t.v (if Kiinrrtc Arrrtiorfer' and itsJJn-'l f.;i.i Gray. They treated their n.anv relatives and friends to a W'.-<Uiinu dance at Dunc-an the j same evening. i A pro-nuptial shower is U> be I ht ! I at the home o! Mr> Bub I K..-'•!•.«>!•> in honor ol her SIS'.'.T. i J, !;;• Mayor. I Mr a!:d Mrs Lconaui Hir. h r | son. J.i,ut ;tnd Ciary fr>.in Khn lMir.-t. 111. .•-pt-rit several days av Mrs Hcndcist.nS n:>-t!tci. Mr.- C;.i ..linr Cli'andut-ni-tt They als>. vi;,'i'-.i !iii' oth.cr (.iiniidgcnett K l;,t:\'i-. in this vii'inity, Cor\v j i!h. anii Alt>'>ri;i, Mr ,iiui Mrs Hubert Kn:amiel of }\'i e C.'rW'k. Minn v.cie rjilli-rs Ti'.iiisday fnn-iinon at the Charli -. F'in.iiiiu'l and L.aira Ke!,i h»!>ii-. Ti'.ey wtie i>n ;i',(ii' v.'.iy li'.nie nom :t trip to the B!:u-l: 11,11.. M, and Mrs Dan F: •.!:!,oli a'ui daughters Uai'baia and Mar> L.HI went t;> Castan.i. la i.i>t Tue-iiav 1.- visit Mr and Mr.- Ji:n C)'1I ,.a ait'l son. Thi-y rrtuntcii late \Ve.lnc.-.iay Mi- O'H:,; a is tl'.e i< -riiier Ihi'.!, Fr..e)-.lu-h. Jim will te,,c!T tl'.e: e this year. (.'.I..W l.iuiwi(4. Mr ai-.l M.-"MY LIFE'S WORK IS INSURANCE" Harold C. Sundet "I got into it by choice, and I like it! It deals with personal insurance problems, which means I work with people. I help them buy their cars, protect their homes and plan their future security. These things arc interesting and they arc worthwhile. Let rnc help you with yo-ur personal insurance problems soon. I regularly receive special training for this work, too, so that I can continually serve you better." It pgys t« STATE FARM Agent Harold C. Sundet 300 E. Elm 51. Phone 841 Algona The Butantan Institute near Sao Paulo. South America, is a snake farm where snake bite serum is produced. Post Office 16-9 Winner The Post OfTice pinned the first defeat of the season on the Collegians. 16-9, and the National Guard took the Independents, 1912. in eight innings in Algona Recreation league softball games Tuesday night. Two six-run innings put the Post Office past the champs. They got six in the top of the first, including four on a bases' loaded home run by Eldie Winkel. and counted six again in the fifth to stitch the game. The Collegians came up with two in the third, three in the fourth and two each in the fifth and seventh frames. Dewey Shilling also hit a home run for the winners, and he arid Bill Allen of the Post OfTice and Don Elbert and Don Cook of the Collegians each notched three safeties. Hank Geilenfelcl was the winning pitcher. Dave Zittritsch took the loss, his first against five wins. The National Guard scored eight limes in the top of the first extra inning to down the. Independents. The teams battled on even terms to that point. Gary Hoover hit a home run for tht losers, while Jim Kelly got four Thursday, August 18, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper D«i Moln«i-5 hits for the winners and Louie Gilbricle got three for the Indies. The winning pitcher was Dick Godfrfdson. while Dnanp Devine took the loss. The Inches f-ncled the season with a 4-i'i H'cord. Standings W . .« Collegians _ _ . _ Post OfTice Independents Egg Heads _ . Bulldozers National Guard Monday night, the Egg Heads in a doubleheadei. They dropped the opener to the Bulldozers. 31-21. and won the nightcap from the Independents action featured 20-10, as they wound up their league season with a 4-6 won-losl The Bulldozers took a 9-6 lead in Die first inning, but the Egg Heads came back and led, 21-19 in the top of the seventh frame. The winners scored 12 runs with two out to take the win. Thompson of the Bulldozers and Al Hasse of the Egg Heads counted home i uns. Winning pitcher was Jim Schult/.. The Egg Heads led all the way in the second one to win easily. Peterson and Al Hasse hit homers for the winners, Johnson and Long for the losers. Haag got the win this time, Dave Barger the loss. Lemon - Sugar - Oatmeal 79C Yellow - Chocolate — White Frosting Mix CHOICE MEATS U. S. GOVT. GRADED CHOICE ROUND STEAK To Fry or Swiss Lb. 65* HORMELS CANNED PICNICS 4 Lb. Can Each 2.79 LEAN TENDER PORK STEAK Young Pork Tender Lb. 45C CUDAHYS ALL MEAT BIG BOLOGNA Piece or Sliced Lb. CUDAHY PURITAN DOLES FRUIT COCKTAIL I 1 Lb. Cans 450 BRAUNSCHWEIGER Extra Creamy Lb COLBY CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 8 Oz. Can LONGHORN CHEESE Lb. FASTCO BRAND > FLOUR 5Lb. Bag CIDER BULK VINEGAR Gallon COD - PERCH - HADDOCK FISH FILLETS Boneless Wrapped Cello Lb. 3.3C CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP MA BROWN SEEDLESS Black Raspberry Preserves..... 2 ' 2 Oz. Jar KRAFT'S SANDWICH SPREAD 16 Oz. Jar 29C HUNT'S HALVES OR SLICES Peaches SCHILLING'S BLACK PEPPER 4 Oz. Can No. 2! 2 Cans VANIUA - CHOCOLATE UPTON'S FROSTEE 2 Reg. 270 NEW RED POTATOES 10 Lb. Bag 290 TEXAS BLACK DIAMOND Watermelons 690 EACH PET MILK 2 To " ^Ctfl c«" s jy,y^y HUNT'S WHOLE UNPiELED Apricots 790 No. 21-2 Cans WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Reg. Cans HUNT'S BARTLETT No. 2' 2 Cans S1.OO SALAD BOWL alad Dressing r 390 OPEN Friday Evening For Your . Convenience

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