The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 6
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
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County Fair Pifee Winners GRAND CHAMPION MARKET BARROW of the Kossuth County Fair last week was shown by a fntlicr and son team, Lester Baas of West Bend, and his son., Charles Baas, pictured above. Their barrow weighed 196 Ibs. and won thr open class. The champion barrow was purchased by Western Buyers of Algona for $38 per hundred, and has since been shipped to market. (UDM photo and engraving). LYNM BALGEMAN of Lolls Creek and his grand championship Holstein heifer at the Kossuth Fair are shown above. (UDM foto Mr and Mrs Millon Bilyeu, Mr and Mrs Leon Bilyeu and Mrs M. E. Bilyeu drove to Fort Dodge Monday to see Mr and Mrs Clay- *ijn Bilyeu. Mr and Mrs Warren Andreason are going to Minneapolis this weekend to bring Scott, Clay and Becky, children of Mr and Mrs Arnold Andreason to visit the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Alvin Andreason at Burt. Mr and Mrs Nels Anderson spent last Sunday at the James Merryman cottage at the Oko- bojis. Mrs Nellie Van Allen, Mr and Mrs James Butler of near Whittemore drove to Britt Sunday to visit Mrs Alice Sanders aiid her house guest, Sister Thomaainc of Clare. Mr ButJer, Mrs Van Allen. Mrs Sanders and Sister Thomasine are cousins. 6- Algona (la.) Upper Dei Mo!n« Thursday, August 22, JOHN CORDES of Titonka, member of Ihe Buffalo Boy 4-H club, is shown above with his championship Duroc gill. He won the open class competition, and the 4-H showmanship award trophy engraving). , presented by the Upper Des Muinos Publishing Co. (UDM foto and Mr and Mrs Henry Becker .spent Sunday at Storm Lake with relatives. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus and children'Diane and Larry visited at Ogden with Mrs Baldus' parents, Mr and Mrs Wayno Leek last weekend. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson went to Wesley, Wednesday, to attend the funeral services for Mrs Mathilda Loebig. Mrs Loebig's former husband, Herman Oppedahl of Titonka who was killed in a hunting accident, was a cousin of M| Erickson.. Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas and Norman of St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson were visited several days last week by their daughter, Mrs Mary Senen- felder of Dows. Mrs Helen Trauger's guests are her son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Don Trauger, Dean and Jane of Weslwond, N. J. Don's office is in New York-City and he is director of social research for the National Tuberculosis Association. DONALD H1LBERT of the St. Joe Trojans 4-H club had the Reserve Grand Champion baby beef at the Kossuth County Fair. Donald and his entry are pictured above. Mor-Gro Morea Liquid Feeds bought the reserve champion at the sale for $40 per hundred. (UDM foto and engraving) AARON ANLIKER. Garfield 4-H member, from West Bend, is pictured here with his champion dairy heifer in the Ayrshire class. He also won the. champion dairy showmanship award in the 4-H classification. (UDM foto and engraving). ROBERT FRIETS. of the Lakota Lads 4-H showed the Grand Champion Baby Beef in the show at the Kossuth County Fair for 4-H and FFA members. His animal sold for $45 per hundred in the Bale Friday morning, and was purchased by Linde Implement of Bwea City. (UDM foto and engraving) YOUNG MIKE KAIN of the Plum Creek 4-H club had ihe champion Shorthorn baby beef at the Kossuth Fair 4-H and FFA show last week. Mike and his winner are pictured above. (UDM foto and engraving). FHJTZ of .TttMkB, wyobn °* the SuffsJo Boy* 4>H club, is shown above with his gnmd champion 4»H lamb'.at the KfiMuth Fair, He also won the showmanship trophy presented by th» yppef Peg Moines Publishing Co. (UDM foto and engraving). Hi Md Hri Jeto P, Setonja ets, Msween tb« guests a* Mrs Clarm Cavan»ugh return' ed home Wednesday after spending two weeks in Beloit, Wis. visiting her sister, Mrs Lory. Mr end tfeg Hichard ThQr»»on were enroute to Pensapola, Fla. this weefe wJw* the latter wyi report fop Marine flight train«|g, alter passw»| hi? pre»IMsW tests at Quantise, Ya. Mjf fhorespn is the former Judy Murtagh, Daughter o| Mr Bnd Mrs Gene Murtagh oi Mrs Marie Hawcolt and her brother and sister, Lee and Bess Hopkins were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs William Ryno of Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Charles Beringer have returned from a three weeks vacation at Yellowstone National Park, the Black Hills, the Bad Lands, and Denver, Colo. They were also at Hoven, S. D. and visited Charles' brother Frank and family. The last of the vacation was spent at DeKalb, 111., where they visited Alice Kain. Mrs Leslie Ross had as guecls last week her son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Merle Ross, Mike and Gary, and her daughter, Mrs Stanley Larson and Cynthia Rae of Des Moines. Mrs Essie Sullivan had as callers Monday Mr and' Mrs i William Kruse of Pasadena, Calif. ; Mrs Kruse is Uie former Ireno Miller, daughter of Mrs Miller and the late R. H. Miller, former Algonans. Mrs Miller owned the drug store now occupied by the Thuentes. This Is The Week For Best Fowler Fall Buys! Texas Style! Western JEAN JACKETS In Sizes 2 to 6x Not just 'Texas style' I but made by Wales of Texas IN Texas so tots can look Western and be Western! Both jeans and jackets — authentic — in gay colors and most handsomely made. Sizes 2 to 6x. ON SALE THIS WEEK ON FOWLERS SECOND FLOOR FOR CHILDREN Girls Dresses ' — by the top leaders in the children's dress ' ' Field: Cinderella, Kate Greenaway, Gort Girl, , i Jack Honig . . . fabrics the very finest . . . , , styles the very smartest ! . 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SHIRTS - Size 4 to 10, flannel or woven fabrics, (very colorful) 1,98 JACKETS - Sizes 4 to 10, beautiful styling 3.98 to 5,98 CAPS — Ivy Leagueres for certain 1,98 More, Too, On Fowler's Children's Floor Hi-Schoolers, Attention We Have Those New TRIM-FIT ANKLETS In Your Favorite White, Of Course Roll-Down Cuffs 69c Snug Cuffs „,. 69c Rolla-Cup _„,„ 59c College Sock 79c YOUR CHOICE OF ANY CHILD'S OR LADIES DRESS, SUIT, COAT For 30 Days Without Additional Payment Arriving Daily! 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