The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 4, 1962
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(la.) Upp fef p« Mainea f uesday, September 4, 1962 Stock Disintegrates Bud Fair, Ft. Dodge stock>ar driver who has been appearing here regularly during the past twl "seasons, flipped in his faniniarnumber erf ; at ••--••- • • 35 during the handicap everf' ; at the car literally flew apart in mid-air P ass- 'fairgrounds August" 24 and"his collided in front of the grandstan on the second to last lap. Christensen zipped to an eas win over Sam Eslick, Fort Dodge and Ward in the semi-main even to set up the duel between him and VVildin in the wind-up. Leo started last and Wildin sixth in a field of 11 cars. It didn't take long.for both to get in front of the other nine vehicles (with several other hot cars on the sidelines due to various mechan- citl difficulties) and Wildin held he upper hand during the early joing. Chrislensen kept nibbling at lis Algona opponent and finally shot in front. He then had to fighl off Wildin's moves to win by a hair. To Hold Annual F-B Meeting At Sentral School The annual meeting committee the Kossuth County Farm Bur™ — -•"• ..vM(j»i.ui j viv,uii,\4 nun i cicuowu ft I UllUt; For Mrs. Fair, who was in the grandstand, the shock of watching the mishap proved too great. She was placed on a stretcher arid taken by ambulance to St. Ann for treatment. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto-En- gravmg) hood up. It didn't seem to bother him too much, although he was forced to finish third, with Wildin first and Dale Rikehart, Garner. I second. Christensen led the field througl most of the second heat, only to have a wheel fall off and Gene Schattschneider came on to win I with Ronnie Tomlinson, Austin second, and Fair third again (in eau, consisting of Mr. 1 can be seen Dick Campney, Burt; ; spectacular MI- S . " uid rolled up Mr. The hundreds of spectators at the races were hushed immediately I Gerber 0 '^leona -^'havo" •Kf^M ^ ol| -° ver ' thinkin e Fair had been seriousl y ^J^ed - or pos-: that p'ans are virtually s.bly killed However, he received a small cut on the side of the head ""the "»a annua meetine" Th* a ' ld ^ S ,^ e 1^ St -, Ann hos P ital - ^eated and released at once. r/ar' the event wit! bThffin the Sentral school, between Lone Rock and Fenton. The Business session will be preceded by a cafeteria style roast beef supper at 6:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The 75c tickets for the supper can be purchased from any officer, director, mem her of the committee, personne or at the Farm Bureau Office. Delivering the main address wi be Eiver Bjornsen, lecturer from Denmark and T. C. Peterson, staf member of the American Farm Bureau Federation from Chicago The committee is still arranging for some top-flight entertainment The business session will in elude election of officers and Township Directors, reports on ac tivities of 1962, and discussion of policies for 1963. | another car) The third heat went to Willie Chrisfensen Is Feature Winner At Stock Races Leo Christensen of West Bend si s, r r bie getting tight-ball Special to operate pro- ew us rue- perly this season at semi-modified Arend entry. Don Ward of Hamp- stock car races at the fairgrounds ton lost a wheel in this one and & I* PPe o, \ Wild L" ight of ac " A1 Kretlow shelled out his engine tivity Aug. 24 when he scampered at the finish. Second went to Orrie o a first place finish in the fea- Shipler and third to Dick Boyd ture event. He fought off the Humboldt. SgTe nna^dozeStoslSfn M ° St S P^—^ crashes occur- Sie thriller P Wm red during the handicap. Fair's car Ffpvnnfp n e A „ o, .• new apart in m 'd-air as it rolled In Z n ? i. f aC " 0n Came on the north turn and he escaped Fair Fort D^ T Whe " H wlth °" Iy a Scratch ' Wildin ine ,'wn nL g ,i Wh ° was pllot - C hristensen and Tomlinson fin- nffin frnnf Ofn ^ e P™*™"' got ished one, two, three after Bud off in front of the pack with his ' Petersen, Algona, and Rikehart Sept. Wedding For Relative Of Algerian Mr. and Mrs. James Calv Smink of New Brunswick, Ne Jersey, and Stonington, Maine, a nounce the engagement of the daughter, Michaela, to William Raymond Martin, son of Mrs Lawrence Kupillas of New Yor and the late Clyde Davis Marti of Philadelphia and Algona. Miss Smink attended Hartridg School and is an alumna of Sullin Allege. Mr. Martin attended lackley School, graduated from Collegiate School in 1956 and Le igh University in 1960 as a me hunical engineer. He is affiliated •ith the Pennsylvania Railroad as a management trainee. The wedding will take place in September. the field in the new Husk Drue- look Ahead!! THE 1962 CORN CROP TOO FAR AWAY PLAY IT SAFE! Look for the Buffer frademark before you buy Buder qaiBtr ^ato Urn «, pre^gfaeered *,* tag itandards b^the mea who know grain .t best. They go up quickly-hut longei. n*?* the safest, most dependable .torage yoo canluy What . more . . . it'. eMy to convw Former Burt Woman Passes In Wisconsin Burt - Final rites for a former Burt lady, Eva Rose Dorsey were held recently at the Methodist church in Ripon. Wis. Mrs Fred Dorsey, who died sud denly at her home in Ripon of a heart attack Aug. 23, was born Eva Rose Mansmith, Oct. 20, 1902 at Burt. She was the daughter of E. I. and Bertha Mahsmittt.'XSbe received her education in the Burt school. She became the bride of Fred Dorsey at Burt, who with two sons, Vernon Dorsey, Green Lake, Wis. and Harley, Ripon, and two daughters, Mrs But Stanke, Beaver Uam, Wis. and Mrs Don Bender, Hipon, survived. Also surviving are two brothers, Melbourne Mansmith and Victor Mansmith, Posen, III. Four sisters also survive. Tney are Mrs Fred Hartman, Lrote, "ill., Mrs L. \V Uillespic, Algona, Mrs Phil Puffer! Corwun, ami Mrs George Manus Burt, and 12 grandchildren. 4 Blue Ribbons At State Fair The four Kossuth County 4-H demonstration teams all won blue ribbons at the State Fair in DCS Moines. The teams and the titles of their demonstrations were — Gretchen ->eim and Maureen O'Brien, U-Go '-Go Club, "Is Your Conscience Bothering You"; Judy Willrett am Mary Beth Reilly, Union Alethean club, "We Are 1 ; John Scuffham and John Mescher, Plum Creek club, "Homemade Pig Feeder'; and Allan Russell Bode, Algona club, "Hay There." They were accompanied byMrs John Deim, Algona and Robert C. Johnson, county extension associate. Third At Mr Show Gin, owned by Carolyn Ley, Lakota, placed third in the three-gaited, Iowa-Owned Championship event at the Iowa State Fair Sunday night, Aug. 19. Tlie horses and ponies were judged during {he Iowa State Fair Society Horse Show. Miss Ley has won numerous awards at other horse .shows around the midwest, Test 30 Herds, North D.H.IA During July Thirty herds were tested on 3.H.I.A. with 791 cows and 23 icrds were tested on owner-sam- )ler with 368 tested, according to Arrest Hofbatier, S w e a City, D.H.I.A. Supervisor. Gary Priebe Is Elected By Ass'n Gary Priebe, son of Mr and Mrs Berl Priebe, was elected president of the Iowa Junior Angus Ass'n during the organization's meeting at the Iowa State Fair. He was also chosen for the showmanship award but as a winner in I960 he was not eligible. The award is given to an individual only once. During the past summer he has cured the state with the Iowa Angus Ass'n giving demonstrations on fitting and grooming cattle at ield days. The association has pufdiasedfitonka; Marry Baftelt, fitonka; dently had a dahlia blossotti that ,.t u^n., *_ ,_„._ ».„ ...... Leroy Richardson, Ledyard; Harry measured 11 inches across. Non-Pat. Three herds are now testing with 64 cows on test. The tests run from 7.39% to 9.62 f ,o solids non-fat. Herds producing 1-2 pounds of butterfat per cow per day were those of Ed Tigges, Burt; Leander Menke, Swea City; Laurence Loeschen, Woden; Martin Harms, , Vigdal, Armstrong; H. & (J. Soderberg, Bancroft; George Wallentifle, Elmore; Dale Sehroeder, Lone Rock; John linger, Fenton; Hilbert Bierstedt, Whittemore; and Jasper Dohlman, Buffalo Center. DAHLIA R. A. Walden of Centerville re- SNAKfi ' | The snake found recently in the! yard, of the Phillip Brown home! in Bioomfield had two heads. The! tiny reptile, some 6 inches long, appeared to be a garter snake. The two heads form a "V" at the end of the snake's "neck." JUST IN TIME FOR "BACK to SCHOOL" TO THE'SMITH-CORONA For high -yielding, dependable PIONEER 6 seed corn, see YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Ted Hoover, Sr. Algona Henry Sehroeder Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch Bode Walter Vaudt Whiftemore Evereft Aekerson Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. Yoi»r fun-lint headquarter* for WE INVITE FURTHER INQUIRY JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT 116 So. Thpringfgn ALGONA CY 4-2421 Intoxicated, j Wesleyan Fined j In Court Here , A Wesley man, Arthur Bleich ! •Aas I,ned \z> c ,nd cost., in Mayor I I ,,'" shlerk ' u 'urt following" a' '" -•iiin i ri,jr;, hearing of a charge ol i In other state c heard by i <• "liyor. Ralph Frew, f'herokee", ' , pai'l :-0, (ailing ti; have control I Aaiu-r ll'iyei. LuVerne, S5, no ' j J '^i.-iii alion or plaU-.>, Wilfred -"]<! Anth.,n;. J'.radle;." and Sh.'.-n- , <.i!j i a•,<•:= inclu'icd Ucan Grand gt-neu and Jurne., .NitthaLx both . Ai^ona jjn .speeding, J- red I MR-IT ! Aigona. ,,.,, M,,,, ^g^ and s - • I spot-ding: John William.,, Algona ! •••>. ean-it-.vs druing. and Patricia i »ei/i-l, Algona. iii;. .speeding, and i '•>, no operator .•> Woman From Whittemore Is I Award Winner Mrs Lawrence Kir.srh, Whittemore, was winner of $10 which wa'- i- warded during the Ko.s.suth Coun 1> tair at the Democratic booth in the floral hall. A total of iiluy persons registered at the booth. Wednesday night was candidate 1 *, night and E. U .Vnith. Don .Murray, Uelma Dever Holjert h. Connors, Itoy It. Gillette, and torbm Uawlord, all can- Uidatei for office, were present. JiKANs Bert .Mathews of BloomfieW planted some pole butter bean> that led to v uies that grow so fasi U s not wise- to turn \our back on tni. Kuiiners are around 200 inthea long -. around 17 feel _ and Mathews says he has to wsit Hie garden ollen to keep the vines nun iiuv,in 0 a^tiuj. 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