The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1966
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6-Algona (fa.) Upptr DM Mointt Thursday, September 8, 1966 Top 4-H Fair Award Winners Are Listed Grand champion baby beef was a Shorthorn shown by Dennis Uthof, Fenton. Reserve champion was an Angus shown by Lenora Hilbert of LuVerne. Champion Hereford was shown by Janice Erpelding, Bode. Champion carcass animal (on the hoof) was shown by Steven Berte of Llvermore. Other purple winners were reserve Shorthorn champion shown by Barbra Pompe, Whittemore; reserve Hereford champion by Kathy Jensen, Lone Rock; reserve Angus champion by Dennis Uthof, Fenton, and reserve carcass champion by Linda Nitchals, Algona. Beef showmanship was won by Paul Thoreson of Swea City. Reserve champion showman was Lenora Hilbert of LuVerne. The grand champion market hog, a 223 Ib. crossbred gilt, was shown by David Stetzel of West Bend. The reserve champion market hog was shown by Tim Molacek, Algona. Other winners include the following champion market pen shown by Gary Laabs, Lone Rock, and reserve champion pens, Dennis Richter, Burt, champion market litter, Tim Molacek, Algona, and reserve champion, Dennis Becker, Bancroft. Another very interesting and educational class was the car- cass class which is first judged on the hoof and slaughtered and judged on the rail. The number one placing on the hoof was shown by Tim Molacek, Algona. The junior lamb show saw Joe Fett, LuVerne, show the grand champion market lamb. Reserve champion was shown by Robert Bernhard of Algona. Other winning groups In the lamb show were grand champion pen of three shown by Joe Fett and reserve champion showed by Bob Fett. A carcass class Is also held in the sheep contest. The number one placing on the hoof was Don Bernhard, Algona. The show was concluded by naming Daniel Bernhard as champion showman and Joe Fett as reserve showman. The following received awards at the horse show: Barbara Schllevert, Donald Patterson, Kevin Fett, Jean Abbott, Ferris Fett, David Peter, Larry Peter, David Tokheim, Pat Lynch, Gary Bahling, Kolleen King, Carl Klley, Pat Lynch. Grand champion showman was Pat Lynch Lone Rock; reserve champion, Jean Abbott, Algona. Dairy breed champions were Holstein, Philip Ruger, Fenton; Guernsey, Dennis Franzen, Titonka; Ayrshire, Donna Berninghaus, West Bend; Jersey, Matt Clark Algona; Shorthorn, Mike Banwart, Ottosen; Brown Swiss, Dennis Franzen, Titonka. Dairy showm anship was won by Jackie Detrick of Whittemore. The winning group of five was shown by the Garfleld Hustlers 4-H club. The St. Joe Trojans 4-H club showed the champion beef club group of five. Along with the livestock projects 4-H also has a lot of projects known as related or other projects. Collection & construction Dean Teeter, Algona - plant collection; Douglas Nyman, Bancroft, climatology; Mike Cyphers, Bancroft, entomology; Dean Teeter, Algona, tree Identification; Brenda Eden, Titonka, Home Grounds Improvement; Whittemore Boys, small motors; Gerald Askeland, Corwith, woodworking; Steve Schultz, Algona, model cars. Others receiving; awards in the above projects ixei entomology - Edward Bergum, Bancroft; Dean Teeter, Algona; Jane McGuire, West Bend; James Mino, LedyarcJ; David Roethler, Algona. Tree identification - Susan Elbert, Whittemore; Jean Haag, Whittemore; Karen Fuchsen Whittemore; Maureen McDonnell, Whittemore. Home ground improvement - Connie Molacek, Algona; Linda Nitchals, Algona; Julie Molacek, Algona; Mary Lou Nitchals, Algona; Carmen Montag, West Bend. Woodworking - Dean Teeter, Algona; Don Erpelding, Bode; Peter Berger, Algona; Mark Lickteig, Wesley; Danny Trenary, Corwith. Dog - Debra Bulten, Algona; J. C. Kain, Algona; Bessie Skow, Wesley; Jean Abbott, Algona; Linda Kracht, Lone Rock; Mary Jo Swanson, Swea City; Norm a Bode, Algona. Jean Abbott was named champion. Garden - Lloyd Eichenberger, Lakota; Kathleen Ubben, Titonka; Colleen Reding, Bode; Patrice Bode, Algona; Mark Lickteig, Wesley; Jim Hungate, Bode; Jean Gisch, Algona; Darrelly Nyman, Bancroft; Kim M.'irtinek, Wesley; Phyllis Blumer, Livermore; Roger Walker, Algona; STRONG CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities "Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wishes of the devil." — Ephesians 6:11 The armor of God is faith and through faith we are constant and of straight purpose. Temptation surrounds us. It is not always easy to recognize. It is often in the form oi a promise. It may present an idea or an opportunity that speaks of great personal gain, with "none the wiser." There is great strength in the love of God. It is not a strength of caution, but a strength of awnreness. God's way is the right way; faith in this simple concept is strength to meet any need. Read your BIBLE daily and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly you by the following ROY HUTZELL - DIST. Gulf Petroleum Products 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collinj, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC Q. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Topli FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton ROM, COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 Church Messages brought to PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks — Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds — We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckarf St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 Loralne Arend, Algona; Louise Smith, Ledyard; Dawn Gustafson, Ledyard; Debra Blerle, Fenton; Marlbeth Thllges, Bode; Jane Walker, Burt. In photography, top awards were given to Jackie Detrick Whittemore; Denlse Montag, West Bend and Jean Abbott, Algona. Other awards, Jean Walker, Algona; Bonlta Klilsholm, Algona; Colette Capeslus, Whittemore; Kay Steler, Whittemore; Sherry Bulten, Algona; Mike Banwart, Ottosen; Mary Besch, Whittemore; Zelda Meelhause, Algona; Susan Smith, West Bend; Debbie Sabin, Algona; Janet Orlger, Whittemore; Loralne Arend, Whittemore; Mary Mertz, Ottosen; Susan Walker, Algona; Rochelle Arend, Algona; Brenda Eden, Titonka; Beverly Detrick, Whittemore; Mark Reding, Ottosen. The poultry and rabbits department named the following members blue winners with their respective projects. Poultry Ed Bergum, Bancroft; Lowell Eichenberger, Lakota; Ed Klil- sholm, Algona; Roger Muehe, Wesley. Rabbits - Larry Ricklefs, Titonka; Jim Pergande, Algona; Dennis Franzen, Titonka; Steve Schultz, Algona; Mark Elbert, Algona; Larry Franzen, Titonka. Center School At Ottosen Has Reunion OTTOSEN - The Center School group met for their annual reunion at Humlwldt for a one o'clock picnic dinner Sunday. Thirteen were there for dinner and others came later, making 22 persons in all who enjoyed lunch and Ice cream together later in the afternoon. They were called to order with the old school bell, used each year at their gatherings. Oliver Christiansen, president, was reelected. Mrs. Amelia Christianson of Humholdt is the vice president and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Clara Solberg, who is historian, read the history of the school. In 1941 it was consolidated with the Ottosen school. The original Center School bulding is still being used as the bus garage here, but it has been enlarged. Greetings were read from three Satern "Girls", Mrs. E. C. Rydberg CThora) of New Lennox, HI., Mrs. Burtis Eastman (Cora) of Moline, HI., and Mrs. Signora Seaman of Detroit, Mich. Three of their group have died during the year. They were Hanry Satern, Nick Holden and Mrs. Selma Nelson. The ages of the group range from the late 60s into the 80s. M"S. Martha Christiansen, 85, Bode, and Ross Hanover, 84, Iowa Falls, were the oldest present. They will meet again next year the first Sunday in September. Those attending were Mrs. Amelia Christiansen of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Underberg of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hanover of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jacobson of Albion, Mrs. Clara Solberg, Oliver Chrisltanson, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergum., Mr. and Mrs. Arne Jotten, Bilbert Holden, Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden all of Ottosen, Martin Mickelson of Florida, Mrs. Judith Hoover and Mrs. Martha Christiansen of Bode. - o - The Dean Telford family and M". and Mrs. Roy Telford drove to Waterloo Friday and some of them went there by plane, with Larry Telford piloting. He had with him on the way over, Mrs. Dean Telford, Diane and Debbie. Going home, his passengers we re his father, Roy, Gary, Nancy and Debbie Telford. In Waterloo, they visited realtives, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stspela, Mrs. May Telford and Mrs. Ellie Telford and son. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk have sold their homo to Raymond Borkowski and will move by Oct. 1. Mr. Borkowski has been employed by the elevator here for a few months. Mr. and Mrs. Van Buskirk have lived in Ottosen 36 years. Anothony Oppedahl S./A. came Friday to vist his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, until Sept. 12 when he will report to San Francisco where he will be stationed for two years of shore duty. He is in classified communications. 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. St. Joe Youth To Mission Work The beef at the auction (Algona weights) averaged $26.19. Confirmed BURT - Received into membership at the Burt Methodist church on Sunday by confirmation of faith or by transfer of member- ship were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder, M \ and Mrs. Eugene Lovstad, DuWayne Gebken, Janet Black and Judy Spry. AWARD Mr. Kenneth Bahlmann, member of the composing room of the New Hampton newspapers, was one of seven recipients of the Sate Life Saving Awards given at Governor's Days, Clear Lake, this year. Mr. Bahlmann received bis award for saving the life of 4-year-old Rodney Brase of Waverly on May 26 after he fell Into the Frederika City Park Dam. James Schiitz, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schiitz, Bode, will enter the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, Monroe, Virginia, September 6. He is a 1966 graduate of Garrigan high school, where he was an honor student. He will have two years of Intensive college study before entering actual missionary work. Announce Beef Carcass Rating After Fair Beef carcass contest results from the Kossuth County Fair show at Hormel & Company, Austin, Minn., are as follows (listed in order of placing on the rail with on the hoof placing in parenthesis): 1. Richard Berte, LuVerne - (blua 7th). 2. Kathy Besch, Whittemore (blue 3). 3. Mark Besch, Whittemore (blue 3). 4. Eugene Bormann, Bancroft (blue 4th). 5. Kevin Roethler, Algona (white). 6. Mike Berte, LuVerne (blue 10th). The carcass calf at Hormels are purchased on a dressed meat price. Converted to a live price (Austin weights) the 49 head averaged $27.75 per hundred weight. even your children like to do dishes with an... electric dishwasher! Algona Municipal Utilities WHERE WILL THE EXTRAS COME FROM DURING RETIREMENT? Retirement comes as a shock to some men and women. It frequently means an abrupt adjustment in standard of living. Despite Social Security, pension plans and annuities, it often requires giving up certain things that were easily afforded during a man's working years. The truly provident person prepares for this by accumulating sav- .ingsthatwillcontinuetoearn income- money for him after he no longer earns wage-money for himself. Even after retirement has begun, many peoplefinditprudenttocontinueadd- ing systematically to their savings. The money saved is safe and ready to use when you want it. In the meantime, the income on it can be used at will—and in good conscience—for the extras that make life more pleasant. Isn't this something worth considering? Why not stop in and arrange a savings program for the extras during your retirement? [INSURED! Saving makes the difference Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to Sio.onu by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation '

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