The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 11
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
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Prize Winners At Fair i ran 1rnm St. .Tor nn Sunday evening for thr> Catholic Action Day Holy Hour at 7^45 al Fort Dodftp Mr and Mrs Tom Firhbolm and family of Frr-drricksburg, Tovva. and Mary Ann Bauman of Whii- U'lrwrr' wenr* Sunday rraiing visitors hero in trip Hubcit O'Brien home. Barbara Thilgps. danghtrr nf Mr and Mrs Bon Thilfites, spent several days last \veek with her aunt and uncle. Mr and Mf.«t Mike Kofer and family near Seston. Mrs Herbert Hammer and eon Stephen from Park Ridge. Ill. spent from Tuesday till Friday here with her mother-in-law, Mr? Florence Hammer 1 and family. Mrs Hammer and son had also visited with her parents and other rela* tivr-s and friends at Rinard, la. Mr and Mrs Huoert O'ftrien arid family attended nn O'Brten family Catherine in lion or of a •'oil'iii. Mrs- Guy Butler of Portland, Oregon at the .Timmie Butler home at Whitlemore on Sunday f Mr and Mrs Raymond Thills • vmn here wccompanied Mr and Mrs NOT hen thilges from Lone KoeV nn a two wrrjs's trip ; 'v..nieh \ves-tern and southern Siftrc. leaving hero on Saturday M: and Mrs Lc-o Thilfcos and family are nn a vscnti.^i i.-o<ir><: them first to Colgate, OUl.-ilnvmn to the home of Mr Thilgrs" s;<ter. Mr and Mrs Ray Kr< hv nl1 d family. The Krrbs family rp- cently mo\-ed tr.iw Algona to Oklahoma, where they will farm. Gripers pro attending to the duties on HIP Tinlecs tarm during their absence. Miss Janice Berch. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Pesch of Whitto Au0o«l nuptial Sirulav numhri fmir liere \vi!)4v th of AV'ona Whit i r.y honored to a pve- --h,M.vrr in SI Mirhar-1's H"'H m VVhittr-.vKiro on Anr 1ft. v, ,)[, a large nf vr-] H 1ivr'v ;-,m! fi jrnds ni Urn-lint? MJ---C IV-.-, h h, •:<],- ,,-( fill on Wood ,-, n Aueu-t ?.7 m St Catholic- Chimh in Bertha Bert? and Mapgfp are spending several day* this v,-eek with Mr and Mis f>>inaM Orrec in Fort IVidffe and Mr and Mr? Franklin Fischer of Porn* 1 my. Mrs On-fit; i« t'-r former Florentine Beite and Mrs Fi«fher, the fomi'T Rosrmaiy Beite, sister iif Bertha, daughters of Mr and MM John Berte of IIPTP. , JtmM . Bi *»»*dt. Lolls Creek 4-H member, won Ihe ^r/'JS ^ h «j f « cl «f s a '^ the number one A l ho - Kossulh Fair last week. James and his prize Angus are pictured above. (UDM foto and engraving). ,^ R NHARD Bancrofl. and his championship market the Kossuth Fair are pictured above. TOM NURRE of the Ramsey 4-H club at Bancroft, and his grand champion Jersey heifer from the 4-H show at.the Kossuth Fair arc shown above. (UDM foto jm d aigravinu) ^ossuin «nd engraving). i TERR T, ^ RIED cS N of lh * Garfield 4-H club, and the grand champion Milking Shorthorn with which he won first place In its class at the Kossuth Fair last Week are pictured above. (UDM foto Norman Kayser, St. Joe, Weds Fort Dodge Girl St. Joe — Helen Ivory, daughter of Mrs Robert Ivory and the late R. J. Ivory of Fort Dodge, and NormaR Kayser, son of Mr and Mrs Pewr Kayser of St. Joe, wen; united in marriage Aug. 5, at Sacred Heart church, Fort Dodge. Rev. C. P. Sweeney performed the 8 a.m. double rim: ceremony in the presence of 125 guests. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Joseph Ivory. Miss Corrine Kayser, sister of thu bridegroom, was maid of honor and Miss Anne Griffiths, bridesmaid. A niece of the bride, Marilyn Myor, was flower girl. Edward Reding of St. Joe served as best man and groomsman was Franklin Wagner of St. Joe.. Leonard Myer and Donald lilg ushered. A wedding luncheon was served at 12:30 at the Riverview Golf club to members of the brid\' party and close friends. It was followed by a reception from 2 to 4 o'clock at the Riverview club. Hostesses were Miss Donna Gunderson, Miss Helen Kern and Mrs Audrey Jeffers. Guests attended from St. Joe, Algona, Clare, Dubuque and Waseca, Minn. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home in Fort Dodge The bride, a graduate of Sacred Heart High school, Fort Dodge, is employed as a long distance operator for the Central Telephone company here. Mr Kayser were graduated from St Joseph's High School in St.' Joe and served two yenr.s in the army, part of which he spent in Japan. He is employed at the Standard Engineering Company in Fort Dodge. Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Ann McGuire will be honored to a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's Hall on Sunday, August 25th. Miss McGuire, daughter of Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire, will be the bride of Ernest Berte, son of Mr and Mrs John Berte, both from St. Joseph's Parish here, on Wednesday, Sept. 11, in St. Joseph's Church. Mrs M. T. McGuire, a patient in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge the past nine days, underwent major surgery on Monday. Carol Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, started work on Tuesday in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Miss Wagner has just completed, her three years Nurses' course in St, Joseph's Mercy Hospital in SJoux City and Fort Dodge, Fifteen cars were in the cara- The First In North Central Iowa :oi (Model 40) Ml Purpose, Full Season, riled Combine Purchased By A Farmer •OS-' 1 ' . • . Goes to KENNETH DALLAM WE THINK YOU'LL AGREE WITH MR DALLAM - THE OLIVMR 40 IS SUPREME ... AND FIRST IN ITS CLASS FOR GRAIN, BEANS & SEEDS. THE COMBINE THAT CUTS & THRESHES CORN . A TRIPLE PURPOSE MACHINE! Above — (Left lo righl) At M° ld nolds, Oliver . Dallam - Walt and Joe Bradley. Leo Rev- District Mgr. seated on Oliver Model 40 Combine. COMMNI«teL*' EW' < S IV J?^ 9d-l . 4 P AU PURPOSE < PU " SiASON, SELF PROPELLED COMBINES to be sold in North Central Iowa goes to Kenneth Dallam of Cylinder, who aim! £o I"' Ot h °1!f ° n ,r a -? P / W de °J f ° r 32 ° of lhe 40 ° «"« M Arnold N«I 8( and th2? »« n rSlJE?! K .'i.' o,?"' ^ Ieven that hava 8 Qn « ' nf8 u « '" Iowa ilnce their recent introduction by the Oliver Corporation. nnd if. r « l ? a ! le "II l ?""T** f ° U " t , h f I0llv «'' model 40 Combine himself for hit own work, and also intends to do custom picking and combining. 50/50 ' DaHam Dallam A , L PUR ! C [ SE COM *INE w hlch Mr Dallam now own, bring, a th » f ^T 1 '" 9 u1 d har r" ln » of oal1 ' «»rghum, corn and beans Mr that u,e of this machine will al,o ,ave him the added expen*e of puttina hdi r"" V t C ? m Crlb| °" h " P low ' Hi * NEW 0tlV W 40 wS' IhT&w Mr! header will do three jobs in one - «ut, shell and shred, WITH NO SHELLING LOSSES a, there are no snapping rolls. Stalks are cut off just above the ground, swept straight into tread W ±k ^""i'V?^ "" W^' " olk « and ««« b ^»» «"«* tCoughly Bedded, 2J2n h.«£ t ? I 0 .u q » l . muleh 't at '' ta »y fo P |OW und » r - And 'witching It with the grain header takes less than hour with no special attachments or equipment needed. inder M farm a ,"?n m i947 '* "^ 0f ° in elevator bu » in «» in Wouke. before moving to hi, Cy|. The Dallam Bros, also own and operate 4 Oliver tractors with plow* and cultivator.. ANOTHER of North Central Iowa's prominent farm operator* it pictured above in the center, Virgil Smith of Algona. Kenneth Dallam If at th* left and Wfllf Bradley of Bradley Bros at the right. After inspecting the model 40 QHvlr Combine and talking with Mr Dallam, arrangements were made to pick about 100 acres of corn from the Smith farms by Mr Dallam, with hi, new Oliver 40 Combine. Mr Smith expects his corn to yield a new, all-time high thi« ytar - and that's suymg a lot because he has won numerous high-yield contests in th* past. The model 40 Oliver is adaptable here because el its capacity and the elimination of loss in picking, < 116 So.Jhorington FARM MACHINERY - O.M.C. TRUCKS - FIRISTONI Tlt|$

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