The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1965 · Page 13
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no (la.) Upper Des Moine* Tuesday, August 17, 1965 milHIIImmmlHlUIMIIIIIIIIII iiiMifliiiiifiitniiii Prepare Fair Projects The Kossuth County Fair begins August 17 and it is already bringing excitement to the county's nearly 1,000 young people who will participate. The following projects and their approximate numbers will be exhibited this year by the county 4-H and F. F. A. members Home Furnishings, 385; clothing, 75; foods, 50; beef, 400; dairy, 75; hogs , 350; sheep, 120; agronomy, 5; poultry, 10; garden, 30; rabbits, 10; small motors, 10; woodworking, 10; horses, 30; electric, 10; photography, 50; entomology, 5; plant collection, 1; climatology, 2; forestry, 5; home grounds improvement, 10; dog, 5; junior leader, 15; educational exhibits, 10. Mark Elbert, Algona Pacemakers, is shown above with his sheep project. In addition to the regular judging events, the 4-H'ers will present a Youth-ln-Action program Thursday afternoon. The public is invited to view a fine collection of 4-H talent, demonstration contest winners and creed contest winners in this variety show. Get A.D.C Boost Of 7 Percent By September Aid to Dependent Children claimants will receive, on the average, approximately a 7 percent increase in their September payments, it was announced today by the State Board of Social Welfare. Board Chairman, Arthur Downing, said the increase was made possible through a larger state legislative appropriation for the current biennium, and will bring ADC grants up to 80 percent of computed need. Since April, 1964, they have been paid at a rate of 75 percent of need, and for almost two years prior to then at only 64 percent of need. State funds appropriated for Aid to Dependent Children total $6,100,000 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1965. This is an Increase of $1,850,200 over the yearly state appropriation for the previous biennium. Downing said, "We were providing ADC grants to 10,429 cases, or 41,530 individuals, as of July 1, 1963; as of July 1,1965, we were caring for 10,890 families, or 43,807 individuals." ADC grants, including medical care, are a combination of State, Federal, and County funds. Federal participates in $30 of each individual's share of the total family grant; State and County share equally in the part of the grant exceeding $30 per individual. Thus, if a family of four receives $140, Federal participates in only $120 of the total amount at the rate of $21.397 of $30; the State and County divide the balance of $8.603 in the $30, and the $20 remaining. CAULIFLOWER A cauliflower plant May 30th on the Bartholomew farm west of Thor now measures 23 inches across and is still growing I END HARVEST DELAYS with TORMOR DRY-0-MATION Be the boss at harvest time. With STORMOR Dry-O-Mation you harvest when you're ready and harvest as fast as you can. Drying capacities up to 5,000 bu. per day; storage capacities 1,000 to 36,400 bu. STORMOR Dry-O-Mation proven by thousands of farmers nationwide. It precisely matches highest quality steel bins with perforated drying floors, fans and automatically controlled heat units. SEE DRY-O-MATION & THE QUALITY STORMOR LINE AT: STOCKDAIES of Iowa Falls, la.' Local Representative KYIE KilTH, Algono, Iowa DONALD G. IUDLONO, Bex 150, THonko, la. OTTOSEN . By Mrs. Donald Usher g iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiPiiiiiiiiiiiiinnniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiH Mrs. Mike Coyle was hostess at a coffee party for ten members of the Ladles Rural Club Thursday. They visited about "old times". Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wler and sons of Spring Valley, Minn, visited at the Mike Coyle home and at Humboldt from Wednesday until Sunday. The Wier family have just moved to Spring Valley from I^arnum. Mr. Wier will be high school principal. A family gathering was held at the Kermit Fowler home Sunday as a belated birthday celebration for Edna Fowler of Humboldt. Other guests were Mrs. Mark Fowler of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona and Mr. arel Mrs. James Fowler and sons. Bret Meyer, seven, remained to visit his grandparents, the Kermit Fowlers, for a few days. Teresa Wanless, 11, of St. Paul Park, Minn., came Friday night to visit her great aunt, Naomi Struthers, for a week. James Struthers, who had visited his son and daughter in Minnesota, flew from there to Hudson, Ohio to visit Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Struthers and family for a week. Mr. ana Mrs. Ralph Richards attended funeral services for her cousin, Dwight Simmons, at a funeral home at Ft. Dodge Saturday. Burial was at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mal- minger and Mrs. Oral Henry of Ames and Mrs. S. T. Johnson of Story City were Sunday afternoon lunch guests at the Antone Speich home. Mrs. Johnson is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Speich. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Salz of Whittemore were Sunday callers at the DeVere Newton home. Mr. and Mrs. MountO.Kinseth and family of Algona were Saturday night visitors at the Oliver Kinseths. Mr. and Mrs.'Edward Zinnel were Saturday supper guests at the Richard Krause home at Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle attended the Nash-Coyle family reunion at Lake Mills Sunday. About 40 were present. Mrs. Conrad Johnson returned home from Lutheran hospital Friday where she had been a surgical patient. Sunday visitors at the Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehr- spann and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arne Jotten, Gilbert Holden and Oliver Christiansen were in Minneapolis Friday until Sunday. They stayed •with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Westergard and were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gilbert Holden. They attended a Twins ball game Saturday. Saturday night, they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Bleckner. During Mr. Christiansen's absence, Mrs. Norman Helleseth of West Bend stayed with Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Kinseth took care of the farm chores. Arland Speich and David of Cedar Rapids spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich, returning home Sunday. Ruth Speich of Ames and Mrs. Alma Knutson of Randall came Wednesday night. Ruth returned Sunday but Mrs. Knutson remained for a longer visit. Thursday night they all enjoyed a birthday dinner at the Antone Speichs. They celebrated David Speich's birthday, which was August 5, and Daryl Speich's birthday which was July 30. Both boys were six years old. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona, parents of Daryl, were also guests. Gregory Paul is the name of the 11 lb. son born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watnem of Klemme July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem are grandparents. Glenn Shellhammer of West Bend conducted services Sunday at the Presbyterian church. The next two Sundays, August 14 and 21 the congregation will have vacation. 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