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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 7, 1962
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6-Alg6no (la.) Upper tte MotnM TUESBAY, AUGUST 7, 1961 Wild Animals At Fair * " * * - > ••(•--• ^ \ , v ^y* ^V^v^J'-Hk^k.'. I*-'--*?- Cl i i s'xfh hifthcfay Wednesday with the I following guests at her party: Mrs Tracy Storm, Ricky and Robin, Scott, Cathy and Kevin Marlow, i Harry and Kelly Priebc, Jimmy i ami Brian Geitzenauer, Tommy I Klepper, Jennifer Jackson and (.'."thy Morgan; Jill and Cindy Bk.tH-tuird, Sherry Newbrough and .uicl Priobc. Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson visited i Ins parents. Mr and Mrs Henry \cNoii at Titiiitka Thursday evening. Wild animals will invade the Kossuth Coimfy Fairgrounds U'rd nesday, Aug. 15, at 8 p.m. when Gene Holler and his animals will present a show on the track and infield in front of the grandstand. The Holier show proves to be very popular wherever it is featured. Besides getting a chance to see wild animals, persons who attend the show will also see races featuring ostriches, camels, etc. An added attraction at the animal races is the fact that Ih jockeys will be persons well-known in this area. Name Judges Of Departments For County Fair The following department judges v. ill serve during the Kossufh i utility Fair. Aug. I-I - 17: Purebred hogs — Bernard Rbb- inc. Waterloo; dairy—Dave Brce- /f. Grundy Center; garden — I'.ml Henderson, Garner: culinary -Myrtle Hewitt. Humboldt; floral - Sirs Clarence Anderson, Laurens; poultry — Richard Shoen hair. Bancroft: girls' 4-H exhibit; - Mrs Cicrald VVilhelrn. Hum hnldt: girls' demonstrations—Mr: i Norman Pothast. Spencer. j Purebred beef heifers and baby beeves — Garokl Parks, Ames; market and purebred sheep — W F. LaGrange. Ames: and marke! swine — .1. Verald Brown, Hamp tram ffiefhbcrs and theff vverb — Kenneth Bierstedt. Whit femore, 186; John Ruget, Fentoti 180 and Russell Bode, Algona, 165 Gates Open 7 To Midnight During Fair Kossuth County Fair gates wil be open to the public from 7 a.m to midnight each day of the fair Admission at the main gate is adults — 50c, children under ten — free. Grandstand admission is $1 for adults, both afternoon and evening, and 50c for children under ten. For the public's convenience, a pay telephone station will be located near the fair secretary's office in floral hall. The secretary's office will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each' day of the fair. ion. LONE ROCK By Mrs. Jim Marlow Guests of Mr and Mrs VV. L. Champion last Tuesday and Wednesday were their two-year old t w i n granddaughters, Veronica and Monica. They are the daughters of Mr and Mrs Bill Champion of Swea City. Myrtle Hanna of Sioux City spent the weekend at the E. E. Hanna home. Visiting the Wm. Marlows last weekend were Mr and Mrs Archie Buchanan and family of Duluth. Minn. Mr Buchanan is a brother of Mrs Marlow. The Buchanan's oldest son Archie, Jr. remained for a two week visit. Mr and Mrs Roger Radig visited Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz at EsthervUIe Sunday evening. They were accompanied by Roger's brother, Perry. Mr and Mrs Jim Thul and family moved Friday to Cedar Falls where he is employed by the Viking Pump Company. Mrs Thul is the daughter of Mr Mand Mrs Jack Quinn. Mrs Maude Blanchard accompanied Mr and Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen to Graettinger Sunday where they visited Mr and Mrs Roger Madsen. Guests of the Gerald Angus family for about a week were Mr and Mrs Ed Tabako and Leon of Garden Grove, Cal. Mr and Mrs Angus and family and Mr and Mrs Tabako and Leon attended a picnic Sunday at the Claude Whitehill home at Clear Lake in honor of Mrs Tabako's birthday. Also present were Mr and Mrs Harolc Angus, Mr and Mrs CUiude Whitehill Sr., of Algona: Mr and Mrs Tony Angus, Owatonna. Minn.. and Jerry Angus of Omaha. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanrhard. Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sundi and Linda, all of Fenton. and M and Mrs David Dreyer, Humboldt Mrs Charles Staudt and twin daughters Sandra and Susan call ed on Mrs A. A. Krueger Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dick Dallman and r amily of New Hampton were Saturday and Sunday guests of her father, Dell Marlow. Sunday callers were Mr and Mrs Bob Marow and family and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow and family. At the Bernard Tigges home unday for pot-luck dinner and upper were Mr and Mrs Fred Tigges, Bancroft: Mr and Mrs Ed Tigges and family, Burt: Mr and Mrs Marvin Tigges and Diane of Burt; Mr and Mrs Gene Tigges and Jim of Graettinger: and Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz, Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson of Sierra Madre, Cal. called at the P. M. Christenson home Satur day. Mrs Johnson was a primary teacher in Lone Rock years ago. Friends who called on Mrs Emma Hurlburt recently were Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Rose Kraft. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath, Rev. and Mrs Meyer, Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends. Mrs Richard Fox. Mr and Mrs Eldin Hurlburt from Alabama. Mrs Donald Hurlburt, Mrs Jim Marlow, Mrs Bernard Miller. Mr and Mrs William Zumach of Es- thcrville, Mrs Jim Long. Mrs Joe Lynch. Jr., Mrs Roy Zunkle. Mr Mrs Ronald 1 Alf Kmi'ger Mollie, Jill and Margaret Lynch. Christenson, " Mrs .......... .„_ Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs Albert Shaser. Mrs Harlan Riant-hard. Mrs Sylvester Brace, Mrs Eldin Marlow, Mrs Ed Blanchard. Ruth Krueger spent last week visiting at the P. M Christenson home. j Mr and Mrs Roger Long and i Durwin left Wednesday for a five | day vacation at Duluth. Minn ! Cue-N of Mrs Gus Hlai:< hard Saturday from a nine-day tion at Colorado Springs, Colo. Guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer Friday evening to rcie brate his birthday were Mr and returned TiK-,day in honor of Mr , ; hard'-, ii]-.t birttid;,', V..TC i Mrs K.I Blam-hard, Mr', K u r n \ Kruener, Mrs Kd Ohm. Mr- A A , Krufgt-r. Mrs Marian Blancharrl liai M.irl.j'A \!r- lx,n Mian Mrs Art' Mr and M,-, : ' iianl ;>nd Mr- Alfn-.J : v t>.,\\, ,,( Larry Alt, Mr and Mr-, Slanli-\ ' "ti"sen. Berkland and Tania, Mis Id', Hoiiy \,.U,,n , t .\,.\,, ;ill .,| t ,,,, SPEEDWAY CARS: Races Aug. 25. ?5, ?7, 28 5 29, stalling 2 00 p m. State antf national championships mill be decided on the Ifnest Mf mile dirt track in tne U S See America's finesti drivers compete lor $30,000 in prizes. LATE MODEL STOCK CARS Will race daily, Aug. 30 thru Labor Day. Sprints thrill snow, 100 to 350-lap races with action anrj thrNls galore. Starting time 2.00 p.m. except Sept. J, J.uu p m. Hundreds of exhibits -world's carnival aq the Midway — sparxlinj nite grandstand showi -. all youri at the Upper Mid«ett's greatest ahu. place, the MINNtSOIA STATE fAIR. BlfY «| E »«D TICKETS BY MAIl: NITE SHOWS, 2 & 12.50, all 10 nltei. s e p,,3 $3 HORSE SHOWS. 51.50 & $.' k or . mo " e * "d" *° Minnesota State Fair, it Pjut " a(! "" £s "" ls ' MMt - ^ ^tos Jl, Child/on under 12 he. PLENTY OF PARKING- 1 4-H Livestock Judging Team Tops District The Kossuth county 4-H livestock judging team coached by Robert Johnson, county extensio I associate, placed first and second at the district Holstein Show at Spencer Wednesday. Philip Ruger of Fenton was second place individual judge in the contest with a score of 189 points out of a possible 200. Other Many Named To Head Depts. At County Fair The following department super intenclents have been named by the fair board to serve during the Kossuth County Fair Aug. 14 - 17 They are: cattle — Fred Plumb; beef cattle — Eugene Drager • dairy cattle — Ben Anliker; swine — Claude Seely; sheep — David Bernhard; and colt — Lyle Anderson. Garden — Albert Reid; culinary — Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom; plants and flowers —Mrs H. S. Montgomery: agricultural — Orville Thoreson; textiles — Mrs Elizabeth Post; township booths — Mrs Randall Clark; and club — Dean Barnes, Robert Johnson and George Sefrit. Winning Senior Teams — Algona Baity, Bancroft Cooperative dreamery, Wesley Cooperative Creamery. Consolidated Cooperative Creameries, Whittemore; Tri - County Coop. Drying Association, Whittemore, West Bend Coop. Creamery, Tilonka Coop. Creamery, Germania Creamery Co. and Joe Bradley, Algona. John Hood To Wed Miss Auld Pictured above arc the winners of the county \-\\ demonstration contest at Burt, Monday. They are Floyd Bode, Algona boys' 4-H lender, iussell and Allan Bode and John Mescher and John Scuffham of the J lum Creek Club and their leader, Eugene Drager. The Algona boys earn was "Hey There Let's Make Hay" and the Plum Creek club emonstration was "Homemade Pig Feeder." The two teams will epresent Kossuth county at the Iowa State Fair later this month UDM Engraving) Visiting at the Fred Baumgartner home are Mr & Mrs Roy Gramenz of South Bend, Ind. They also will visit other relatives in LuVerne. Large Crowd At County Jr.-Sr. Demonstrations A record attendance was registered at the 1962 Kossuth County 4-H Boys' Demonstration Contest at Burt Monday. Nine junior and ten senior demonstrations were given. Winning senior demonstration teams that will represent Kossulh county at the Iowa State Fair are John Mescher and John Scuffham of the Plum Creek club with "Homemade Pig Feeder" and Allan & Russell Bode of the Algona Club with "Hey There Let's Make Hay." Junoir team Winners are Dean Teeter and Tim Molacek of the Union Boys with "Knots" and Marvin Kohlhaas and Daryl Gisch SEND YOUR CHILD BACK TO SCHOOL WITH OUR TOT to TEEN PERMANENT (Tot to Sixteen) $10.00 WAVE NOW $7.99 Mojith of August State Beauty Salon Phone CY 4-3127 of tne St. Joe Trojans with "Bird Treat." Dean and Tim will represent the county at the district contest at the Clay County Fair at Spencer in September. The contest was judged by Marvin Julius, county extension director, and Don Ahrends, extension trainee of Humboldt county. The following friends of 4-H provided those in attendance with a fine lunch and clubs with prize money for taking part in the College fii Columbia, Mo. Mr flood is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. i UDM Engraving) Two From Area Will Receive Diplomas, SUI Harold Amfahr, Algona, and Marianne Martin, Swea City, will be graduated from the State University of Iowa during commencement exercises Wednesday, Amfahr will be commissioned second lieutenant in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps and Miss Martin will receive a bachelor of arts degree in English. Mr and Mrs Dale Auld of La Porte City announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine Kathryn, to John M. Hood, son of Mr and rMs William J. Hood of Algona. A late fall wedding is planned. Miss Auld attended Stephens Special Exhibit The story of rockets and missiles from 1232 AID. to the present time will be featured in the 103 Infantry Div. - Army Recruiting jointly - sponsored exhibit at the Iowa State Fair, Aug. 17-26. A full-color movie, plus assorted graphics with a pictorial preview of the U.S. Army - NASA space Pioneer IV, with be augmented by several pieces of actual equipment from the Space Age. Master's Degree Thomas S. Montgomery, Algona, received his master of science degree in ceramic engineering during commencement exercises at the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy recently at Rolla, Mo. TICE!! ALL ROADS SHOULD BE MOWED BY THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER. IF YOU CANNOT MOW IN THE DITCHES, MOW ON TOP SIDE OF ROAD. LET'S HELP THE SCHOOL BUSES SO THEY CAN GET THROUGH THE ROADS THIS WINTER. KOSSUTH COUNTY WEED COMMISSION (31) YOU MAY ALREADY HAVE ON 8 APPLIANCES FOR YOUR FRIGIDAIRE DREAM KITCHEN! HERE'S YOUR LUCKY NUMBER! FD 69230 • Refrigerator • Flair Range • Dishwasher • Clothes Dryer • Automatic Washer • Food Freezer • Air Conditioner • Food Waste Unit No two numbers alike ! Just take it to Beecher Lane Appliance ... it may be a winner ! Nothing to buy . . . nothing to write! YOUR COUPON IS IN THE AUGUST READER'S DIGEST ! 2000 GREAT PRIZES * 20 SETS-OF-8 LUXURY MODEL APPLIANCES * 500 DELUXE APPLIANCES (Your Choice) * 1480 INSTANT ICE CUBE SETS THE FRIGIDAIRE LUCKY NUMBER PAY-OFF IS AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ALGONA SALE MBMMIIMHH ACRE IMPROVED FARM FRIDAY, AUG. 10th Starting at 1:30 P.M On The Premises LOCATED - from Junction Highways 169-18, north of Algona, go 7'/i miles east to Sexton, then four miles south from Sexton on blacktop, then V* mile east (first place north side of the road). DESCRIPTION - S.W. '• and S.E. '/ 4 of N.W. •'• of Sec. 19, Twp. 95, Range 27. This farm is adjacent to a good gravel road and only '/z mile from new blacktop road. It is 1 '2 miles from St. Benedict Catholic church and school; if is in the LuVerne Public School district with bus by the door. It is also on the Algona Garrigan bus route. LAND All 200 acres is Clarion soil with some Webster soil. It is all tillable except 30 acres of permanent pasture. The entire farm is well tiled and fenced. POSSESSION TO BE MARCH 1, 1963 ' BUILDINGS The house is modern two-story, 8-room , I home, with new well 200 feet deep, dug in 1949. House has good improvements. . CRIBS - Can store 6,000 bu. ear corns and 3500 bu. small grain. Large Barn, 82 x 40 feet. Good Hog . House with water, cement floor, 22 x 16.' ' ^ , Chicken House, 20 x 40, in good shape Double Garage; small machine shed. 32 x 16. Northern Natural gas has line across north end of fqrm, with hook-on privilege if desired. 1962 Taxes Will Be Paid In Full TERMS OF SALE: 15% down day of sale, balance on March 1, 1963, which is also date. Day of sale buyer will enter into contract on above terms. BONDOR & HOOD ESTATE ALGONA, IOWA For More Information Contact Auctioneer DALE YUNGEBERG ALGONA - Phone CY 4-3393 JC

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