Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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JOT .* construct fan in Algona THE THIRD NEW .BARN> constructed at Uie Kossuth County Fairgrounds in recent years is shown above near completion. It is now finished and ready for the 1966 Fair coining up next week. The barn will house hogs and sheep and is 62x160'. It. was constructed by Lee Schenck, grounds custodian, with a crew of helpers. One more new barn is in the offering for the future according to secretary Vern McClure.. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. e reviews held by both St. Joe St. Jo* — River.dale Rustlers Unit I held Achievement day at St. Joseph's hall July 28. In the morning 4-H articles were judged and fair entries selected. In the afternoon a mother-daugh- ter'tea .was held. Vicky McGuire accompanied by Kathleen Plathe sang. .Demonstrations were giv- t en ;by iEUen iBormann and Barbara McGuire for the juniors, and Lenora Hilbert for seniors. Paula THilges .was winner and Lenora Hilbert was alternate in the senior division of the Style Review.ySandy Wagner was winner and Ruth .Ann Thilges alternate in .the intermediate. Ellen Bormann was winner and Mary Beth Thilges alternate in the junior. Hostesses were Vicky, Jane and Barbara McGuire, Lenora Hilbert and -Sandy Wagner and their mothers. Sandy Wagner is reporterj" ^ *''' "•< , Riverdale Rustlers Unit II held annual Achievement day at the St. Joe school-hall July 28. Mothers and guests;were invited for 1:30 and a short, program was held. Winners in the style review included:' Juniors, Sandy Kol- Jasch with Mary .Thilges alternate; intermediate, Suzanne Reding with Linda Mae Reding alternate; senior, Kathy Plathe With Vicky McGuire alternate. Hostesses included Jane McGuire, Vicky McGuire, Lenora Hilbert, Ellen Bormann and Sandy McGuire and their mothers. Linda Mae Reding is reporter. Mrs. Tony Weydert had .her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Dernier' Plathe and Mrs, J. J. Schumacher guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. OrVille Wagner and Mrs. Ed Bormann. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner has the club Aug. 25. Mrs. Peter Bormann had her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Louise Thul guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Joe Sinnwell, Mrs. Wm. B. Devine and Mrs. Louise Thul. Mrs. Susie Kramer has the club Sept. 8. Douglas Weydert is spending this week with his paternal grandparents, the Tony Wey- derts and Barbara while his parents, ithe Dwaine Weyderts and the maternal grandparents the Rudolph.Rahes, Bancroft, are on a vacation trip to Norfolk, Va., to visit Larry Rahe. Larry, son of the Rudolph Rahes, is in the navy. . The Henry. Mishaks and daughter, Alta Vista, were Sunday callers with Mrs. Louise Thul. Mrs. Ralph Reding entered St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday and had surgery Wednesday. Peter Erpelding, son of the Paul Erpeldings, had a tonsillectomy Thursday in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. 1 Barbara Wagner accompanied Mrs. Frank Stattlemann and Gary, Humboldt, to Iowa City Wednesday to visit the Lee Nepples. Gary had several, appointments 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1966 with doctors on. the .hand seriously burned several years ago. They returned home Thursday. ' Mrs. Jay Nemo and family, of Guttenburg, and .,visiting "here this week. Mrs. Nemo, the former Helen McGuire, is a daughter of ,the M. T. McGuires. Mrs. Su^ie Kramer is spending this week at her son the Marvin Kramers, Algona. The Bill Beckers, Watkins, Minn., and George Becker, Rockford, 111., were weekend visitors at Peter.Bormann's, and also called at Paul Erpelding's and Nick Bormann's, Livcrmore. The Joe Tutzes, Jackson, Minnesota, visited the Peter Bor- manns Tuesday and Wednesday and both couples also visited Mrs. Anna Bormann, at Alta Vista. The Roney Thilgeses, Tracy, Minn,, and Mrs.-Mary Haglind, Bancroft, were visitors several days with relatives and friends. Mrs. Haglind remained for a ion-, ger visit with her cousin, Mrs.' Maggie Thilges. The J. J. Schumachers, Pueblo, Colo., left Friday for their home after a week here. Mrs. Schumacher, the former Adeline Faber, is a sister of Mrs. N. J Weydert. 40 YEARS — Roy, Mildred and Retha Berg, who own and operate Berg's.,, Store in Lockridge, observed their 40th year, in business there July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Berg and their daughter, Retha, have owned and sold general merchandise in Lockridge since 1926. SweaCi is married at Ely church Swea City — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson announce the marriage of their daughter Sharon Jay to Glenn Modracek, Ce^ dar Rapids, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Modracek. Rev. A. ; E. Nash performed the ceremony July 30 at the First Presbyterian church in ,Ely. Donna Hall, Cedar Rapids, was maid of honor, Mrs. Art Larson, Armstrong, sister of • the bride, was bridesmatron. Darryl Mod- racek. was best man and groomsman was James Hynek, Swisher. Art Larson and Larry Modracek were ushers. Debra Larson, Armstrong, and Kim Modracek r were candlelight- «rs. Mrs. Eugene Rausseau, of Bloomington, 111., was vocalist. A dinner for the families and wedding party was held ;at the .church following the wedding. Mrs. Modracek is a graduate of the Swea City high school and has been attending school at the university. He is employed at Collins Radio in Cedar Rapids. They plan , to live in Iowa City this fall wher.e he will.be a r stu- •i-.Jtr.if. r' I •. !!••'* ll-.v *.••• lillp 2,: I dent at the university. ( , The. famous liberty bell .was cracked while tolling for the death of Chief Justice John Marshall in 1835. Take a voyage to the bottom of clean-up prices on '66 Plymouths ! Now at your Plymouth Dealer's ! See your Plymouth Dealer for a Clean-up Deal AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION 1091 N. MAIN STRUT KEN'S AUTO SERVICE AtOONA • • • • • • • • • • • * • • • • • • COUNTY ALIONA, IOWA 4 DAYS! Au 9 ust 16-17-18-19 Here's Your Complete Program,.. .if • . •*& TUESDAY STOCK CAR RACES . Featuring Demolition Derby BEGINNING AT WEDNESDAY BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 7:30 P.M, (ADMISSION—Adults 50c — Children 25e) THURSDAY GENE HOLTER'S WILD ANIMAL SHOW 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Program of the Fair Monday, August 15 "1:00 p.m.— Judging of horses. 3':00 p.m. — Judging of 4-H projects (Home Economic) Tuesday, August 16 8:00 a.m. — Judging of Purebred Swipe and 4-H exhibits (non-livestock and<Home Economic) 9:00 a.m.— Judging of Floral Hall exhibits, 4 : H Garden, Poultry and Rabbits and Crops. 10:00 a.m. — Dress Revue Interviews. 1:00 p.m. — Judging of dairy. 2:30 p.m. — County Dress Reyue and 4-H .Talent (grandstand). 8:30 p.m. — Stock Car Race and Demolition Derby. Wednesday, August 17 8:00 a.m. — Judging of purebred beef heifers and 4-H exhibits (Home Economic). 8:15 a.m. — Judging of baby beef. 3:00 p.m. — 4-H Dog Obedience Show. 7:30 p.m. — Tractor pulling contest. Thursday, August 18 8:30 a.m. — Judging of market lambs, followed by purebred sheep 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p r m. — Judging of market swine. 2:00 p.m. — Gene Holters Wild Animal Show. 6:00 p.m. — Free Barbecue. ' 8:00 p.m. — Gene Holters Wild Animal Show. Friday, August 19 8:00 a.m. — Sale of sheep and swine. 9:00 a.m. — Sale of baby beef. 8:30 p.m. — Stock Car Race (Kossuth County Fair Championship.) $1,000 guaranteed purse. FRIDAY Kossuth County Fair SUPER MODIFIED Championship STOCK CAR RACES (OPEN EVENT) AU THE AIQONA DEALERS WILL. SHOW Midway Ride Prices Reduced 2 Days! FOR CHILDREN — AUG. 16 & AUG. 19 LIVESTOCK AUCTION BEGINNING FRIDAY AT 8a.m. FREE BAR-B-OUE THURSDAY

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