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Start County Achievement Days Of 4-H The local achievement shows for the 4-H girls' clubs in Kossuth county were to get underway July 18. Each club uses the local achievement show as a stepping stone to the county fair. The girls enter their projects in the local show and the top ones from each club are chosen to show at the county fair to be held Aug. 15 to 19th. Local women judging these shows are - Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton; Mrs. Wayne Keith, Algona; Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Whittemorej Mrs. Cliff Benschoter, Algona; Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht, Lakota; Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, Swea City; Mrs. Joe Loebach, Titonka; Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Algona; Mrs. Wm. Amesbury, Titonka and Mrs. Elvin Swanson, Swea City. The dates for the achievement shows are as follows Algona A. 0. K., July 28, Extension Office, 7:00 p. m.; Bancroft Busy Bees, Aug. 2, (place not determined) at 7:30 p. m.; Blue & White, July 18, Lena's Cafe, Bancroft, 7:30 p. m.; Buf- frlo Boosters, Aug. 1, M. E. church, Titonka, 1:30 p. m.; Burt Blue Birds, July 26, Burt school gym, 1:30 p. m.; Cresco Chums, July 26, Extension Office, 7:30 p. m.; Eagle-ettes, July 25, M. E. church, Swea City, 10:30 a. m. Fenton Forwards, Aug. 3, Lone Rock Legion hall, 1:30 p. m.; Garfield Gems, July 28, Legion hall, West Bend, 8:00 p. m.; Greenwood Girls, July 27, Schemmel home, 10:30 ..a. m.; Irvington Ideals, July 29, Extension Office, 1:00 p. m.; Lakota Luckies, Aug. 6, Mrs. Wilson Brack home, Ledyard, 2:00 p. m.; Lone Rock Lively Rockets, July 27, (place undetermined), 8:00 p. m.; Lotts Creek Lassies and Whittemore Lassies, Aug. 1, St. Michael's hall, Whittemore, 1:00 p. m.; LuVerne Live Wires, July 27, LuVerne town hall, 8:00 p. m. Plum Creek Elite, July 30, Community room, 1:30 p. m.; Riverdale Rustlers I and n, July 28, St. Joe school, 10:00 a. m.; Seneca Stars, July 29, Lone Rock Legion hall, 7:30 p. m.; U-Go- I-Go, July 25, Extension Office, 7:00 p. m.; Union Alethean, July 22, Union Civic Center, 7:00 p. m.; Valley Farmerettes, July 22, German Valley . school; Wesley Wizards, July 29, M. E. church basement> Wesley, 7:00 p. m. Sacred Heart Ladies Guild met July 12 LIVERMORE-The ~ monthly meeting of the Sacred Heart Ladies Guild was held after the Tuesday evening Mass, July 12. Circle No. 1 was in charge. Mrs. Vernon Kramer is the chairman and Mrs. Robert Wonderly is co-chairman. Mrs. Robert Foley of Humboldt gave a brief explanation of the work of the Humboldt County Society for Crippled and Disabled Children. Mrs. Martha Hughes returned from Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geneive Hunt at Algona since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh visited at Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Hunts in Algona Sunday evening. Kim and Steven Jarvis of Hinton and Arthur Killum of Des Moines visited Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh and Mr, and Mrs. Paul Jarvis. Mrs. Mildred Schrieber from Fort Dodge visiltd Mrs. Maggie Schrieber Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lucille Zeimet of West Bend was a Livermore visitor Saturday. Lucille and her sister, Miss Margaret Weyer, visited their mother, Mrs. Mary Meyer, at Sisson's Nursing home. Dick Sittler of Independence. Mo., was a Sunday evening supper guest at the home of Katherine Fullerton. The Sittlers had been to Minnesota to a wedding. Mrs. Sittler took a plane to her home in Missouri. . Mr. and Mrs. Juluis Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balk attended the wedding of Larry Youngwirth and Nancy Ringsdorf at 9:30 at St. Cecelias Church in Algona. Reception was at Mr.'and Mrs. Jake Michealson and Louise Gronbach were visitors at Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Underberg and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Malkmus camped at Crystal Lake from Friday until Sunday. Helen Underberg of Eagle Grove is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Underberg, Erik and Lisa. Mrs. Eddie Hanson returned home Saturday after being a medical patient at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Locher of Iowa City came Saturday morning to visit Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Layton. They returned home Sunday afternoon. MA* LITTLE LEAGUES Algona, (la.) Upper De* Moines Tuesday, July 19, 1966 STANDINGS PEE WEE W L Colts 4 0 Mets 2 2 Red Sox 22 Athletics 0 4 AMERICAN W L Tigers 4 0 Angels 3 1 Orioles 3 2 Twins 3 2 Indians 1 3 Yankees 1 3 White Sox 1 5 NATIONAL W L Dodgers 5 1 Cards 3 2 Braves 3 3 Pirates 2 2 Phillies 1 3 Reds 1 4 SENIOR W L Giants 5 1 Senators 4 2 Astros 4 3 Cubs 2 4 Whittemore 0 5 MEN'S SOFTBALL W L Bunnies 5 0 Buschers 5 1 Weidenhoff 5 1 Burt 4 2 Baptists 2 1 Bombers 1 4 Buds 1 4 Collegians 0 5 Universal 0 5 GIRLS' NOVICE W L Canaries 5 1 Redbirds 3 2 Orioles ' 2 3 Robins 2 3 Jays 1 4 GIRLS' JUNIOR W L Colts 3 2 Hawks 3 2 Lions 3 2 Gophers 2 2 Bears 1 4 GIRLS' SENIOR W L Rockets 4 0 Bombers 5 3 Missiles 2 3 Astronauts 2 4 Jets 1 4 RESULTS: Pee Wee: Colts 17, Athletics 1; Mets 16, Red Sox 10. American: Twins 10, Angels 8; White Sox 11, Yankees 4; Orioles 6, White Sox 3; Tigers 18, Indians 4. National: Braves 10, Phillies 5; Dodgers 7, Reds 0; Cards 24, Phillies 5; Dodgers 9, Braves 2. Senior: Astros 9, Cubs 4; Giants 4, Senators 3; Senators 5, Cubs 3; Astros 19, Whittemore 5. Men's Softball: Baptists 13, Universal 10; Bunnies 23, Bombers 10; Bunnies 9, Collegians 4; Buschers 9, Burt 7. Girls' Novice: Orioles 14, Jays 8; Robins 5, Redbirds 2; Canaries 5, Orioles 3. Girls' Junior: Lions 11, Hawks 10; Gophers 7, Colts 6; Lions 5, Bears 5 (tie). Girls' Senior: Bombers 15, Missiles 1; Astronauts 19, Jets 18; Rockets 16, Missiles 3; Bombers 9, Astronauts 7. SCHEDULE: July 19 - Yankees - Indians; Phillies-Dodgers; Cubs-Giants; Jays-Robins; Hawks-Colts; Jets-Missiles; Weidenhoff Bunnies; Burt-Universal. July 20 - Colts-Mets; Twins- Tigers; Pirates-Cards; Senators-Astros; Redbirds-Jays; Gophers-Hawks; Rockets-Jets. SENSATIONAL ONCE-A-YEAR SAVING EVENT!