The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 26, 1965
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12— A10ono, (la.) Upper DP* Moines Thursday, Au0utf 56, 1965 Ken Durant Weds Here '--««*,, Joyce Rulledge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rutledge of Fort Dodge, was united in marriage to S.P./4 Kenneth Durant Aug. 19. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Durant, Alfiona. The double ring ceremony was performed by Milton Norton, Justice of the Peace. S.P./4 Kenneth Durant will return to Germany Aug. 24 where he is in the Army with the 12th Engineer Battalion. He is stationed In Dexhien. Mrs. Durant will reside at Fort Dodge. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Ex-Lone Rock Man To Wed In September CYNTHIA SCHUKNECHT LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schuknecht, Linn Grove, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Ann, to Ronald John Behrends, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends, Forest City. She Is a Mankato Commercial Collage graduate and is now employed at Fairmont. He is a graduate of Mankato Commercial College and is associated with a public accounting firm in Redwood Falls, Minn. Then plan a September 26 wedding at Trinity Lutheran church, Royal. Boosters Club Of Garrigan Picks Officers The Garrigan High Booster Club Board of Directors met August 17th, and set the program for toe Booster Club for the 196566 school year. The booster club ticket sales will start with a large kick-off meeting to be held at Garrigan on Monday, August 30. The program is open to the boosters and the public alike and will feature football demonstrations on the field by the 1965 Golden Bear team, from 7:30 until 8:30. After the demonstration, the boosters will go into the cafetera for the kick-off meeting, and a lunch. Ticket prices were set at $10.00 for a single ticket both men and women and $17.50 for a hus- band and wife ticket. This price Includes admission to all Garrigan Home football, basketball and baseball games plus the annual Booster Club banquet in the spring. A special ticket will be offered this year for the first time to businesses in the community. This ticket, which will sell for $10,00, will allow admission to all Garrigan athletic contests plus enrolling the business in the "Bears Business Boosters Club." All Bear Business Booster Club members will be listed as such on Garrigan Football and Basketball program s and a placard will be given to the business, to be displayed as they see »»• fit, showing they are members of the "Bears Business Booster Club". Directors of the Booster Club for the 1965-66 school year are- Algona, Wendell Rlngadorf,. (Pres.) and Gene Muller, Whittemore; Francis Kollasoh (Vice Pros.) and Bob Walker, Wesley; Clare Wingert and Art Plathe (Sec,), St. Benedict; BobElschen and Francis Froehlich, St. Joseph, Frank Reding wid.Hay,, *» t- *i- '• «S*'«V**^ Kohlhaas. School Bells Will Ring At Burl Monday School will begin at the Burt Community school Monday, Aug. 30, at 8:20 a. m, This is a full day of school with hot lunches being served at noon. Bus drivers will notify patrons of the approximate time children will be picked up. Books will be on a rental basis at rates fixed by the board of education. The rates in effect are: Kg.-6th grade - $4,00 per year; 7th and 8th grades - $5.00 per year; 9th- 12thgrades-$5,50 per year; and typing fees -$4.00 per year. The hot lunch fees are as follows: $0.35 - daily; $1.50 5 days; $6.00 - 20 days; and $0.50 - afternoon milk (20 days). The fees should be paid the first day of school, Low cost accident insurance policies will be available to all students on an optional basis. Details will be sent home with the students during the first few days of school. Please note that the 24 hour coverage is available. Students in grades 7 through 12 are requested go go directly to the gymnasium when reporting to school August 30. 1? County 4-H Exhibitors At State Fair The 1965 Kossuth County Fair saw many 4-H'ers receiving various honors and awards, including a livestock judging contest for Kossuth County 4-H and FFA members. The top ten individuals were Thor Thoreson, Daryl Boehm, Mike Nitchals, Lee Dreyer, Jim Blaln, Mike McEnroe,. John Winkel, Ted Grelnert, Mark Bierstedt and Rodger Pergande. The top four club teams wre Union Sous Union Boys, Lotts Creek Leaders, Aggressive Lads and the Swea-Harrlson Boys. The first annual Dog show was won by Patrice Bode and other blue ribbon winners were Norma Bode and Mary Jo Swanson. Patrice Bode was named the best showman. The champion horse was shown by David Lynch, Jr. and the reserve champion by Jean Abbott. The showmanship awards were champion David Lynch, Jr. and reserve champion Jean Abbott. Other blue ribbon winners were Don Patterson, Jeanie Patterson, Harvey Work, Jr.DavldTokhelm. Poultry blue ribbon winners were David Yackle and Daryl Boehm. Rabbit winners were Dale Beck, Steve Schultz and Robin Baugous. The garden winners were Ella Beck, Jim Hungate, Debra Blerle, Anna Menz, Phyllis Blumer, Susan Walker, Steve Wolter and Arlene Heldorfer. The crop winner of a blue ribbon was Daryl Boehm. Junior Leadership winners were - Sheilia Frideres, Cindy Long, Petrea Thoreson, Harlan Metzger, Linda Hoeppner, Linda Dodds and Sandy O'Brien, Photography blue ribbon winners were - David Schneider, Mark Reding, Janet Schemmel, Dan Banwart, Jean Abbott, Sue Bullock and Bonita Kiilsholm. The plant collection winner was Dean Teeter; climatology winner, Dean Teeter; electrical BACK TO SCHOOL AT DIAMOND'S winner Harlan Metzgef; entomology winners were Eddie Bergum, Dean Teeter. Allan Goche; tree identification winner Dean Teeter; home grounds improvement winners Carmen Montag and Susan Dodds; small motors winner the Whittemore Boy's Club. Woodworking winners were Dean Teeter, Donald Erpeldlng, Jipi Rahling, Dean Widen and Jon Delm. Kossuth County is being well represented this year at the Iowa State Fair, Des Molnes, with 17 entries being exhibited. Among those members whose entries went to the state fair were - DeanTeeter, Susan Smith, Dan Banwart, Mike Banwart, Sue Bullock, Jean Abbott, Vickl McGuire, Lenora Hilbret, Joleen Sleper, Sandy O'Brien, Charlene Thilges, Norma If-.'nen, Carol Teeter, Janet Schemmel, and Joyce Plaisler. Sarah Brandt Shower Honoree At Titonka TITONKA - A miscellaneous shower honoring Sarah Brandt, bride-to-be of Duane Nielson, Marcus, was held Saturday even- Ing, August 14, at the Good Hope Lutheran church. Dorothy Brandt was in charge of the guest book. Myrna Hike announced the following program: scripture by Verla Brandt; welcome by Bonnie Brandt; corsages were presented to Sarah, the mothers, Mrs. Edward Brandt and Mrs. Art Nielson, the grandmothers, Mrs. Wm. Baddely and Mrs. Chris Brandt, by Mrs. Arthur Rode and Mrs. George Sachau; The Ballad of Sarah and Duane, by Luther League girls; reading, Radio Recipe by Jan Bahl- Ing; vocal selections, Kristin Rakow; reading, A Look Into the Future of Sarah' sand Duane's Wedding Anniversaries, by Mrs. Ted Dunmlre; style fashions of Sarah's wardrobe by Luther League girls with narrator Verla Brandt, and musical accompaniment by Mrs. Leonard Leeck. The program was concluded with the song, "Blest Be The Tie That Binds," sung by the Luther League girls, and a prayer by Verla Brandt. HARRISON'S WEEK-END SPECIALS CANNON ROSE ENSEMBLE BATH TOWEL Compare) at $1.00 HAND TOWEL Compare at 59c WASH CLOTH Compare at 39c 3 Colors to Choose From 57 C J 7 c 24 COLOR BOOKS LARGE SELECTION OF TITLES 3 For 47 BRUSH HAIR ROLLERS 47 ALL SIZES $1,00 VALUE PLASTIC WINDOW SHADES 88 w, ROLLERS Cut To Measure F-R-I-I PLASTIC HOUSEWARES SALE RICTANQULAR DISHPAN ROUND DISHPAN TOIIIT TOP TRAY CUTIIRY TRAY WASTIIASKET 3 colors to choose from Your Choice 2 For HARRISON'S ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE The bride-to-be was assisted with her gifts by her sister, Brenda, and a sister of the groom, Mrs. Ronald Mortensen. Gift carriers were Bonnie Brandt and Thea Dunmire. Mrs. Neal Loeschen and Margaret Brandt poured. Hostesses were Barbara Bahl- tng, Alma Brandt, Dora Brandt, Verla Brandt, Clarlne Boyken, Hazel Carroll, Mildred Cosgrove, Vivian Dietrich, Mabel Dunmlre, Ella Eden, Audrey Engelbarts, Betty Gartner, Hazel Glgler, Marilyn Heesch, Doris Isebrand, Grace Neeland, Jennie Rode, Eleanor Sachau, Anelda Stecker and Marcella Wenger. (PORTLAND By Mr*. Victor Pitch fiiiiitiiiiniiiiiiijiiittniiiiipiiiiiiiiiiifliffliiiijipiinniifl Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven and Mrs. Bernadine Opheim and children went to Ionia recently where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steven and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry of Jewell visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family left Frday and re- turned Tuesday from Scotia, Neb. where they visited Mrs. Larsen's brothers and sisters and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett did the chores and Earl Zwlefel did the milking. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shilling, rural Algona, and were dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler and granddaughter Pam and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler returned home Saturday after spending two days In Wisconsin visiting Mr, and Mrs. Everett Shipler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore and family spent Sunday In the Harold Harms home, help* . Ing Mrs. Harold Harms celebrate her birthday. . \ Don Blsh'p ef Swea City was a Sunday visitor in the Uoyd Bartlett home* He Iff a brother- in-law of Mrs. BartietUi. Mrs. Vivian Berdahl and Roger of Bancroft were Saturday visitors In the Ray Fitch home. Mrs. Lora Raney oi Algona was a Sunday visitor, "There's no Indigestion more acute than that which comes from eating one's own words, XERBER HY-TEST FEED WENT TO THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR. . . . and PURCHASED MANY 4-H CLUB CALVES — AMONG THEM THE 4-H CHAMPION STEER PICTURED HERE. 4-H A FFA PRIZE WINNERS! Calf Halter to Ella Beck, Lakota, 200 Ibi. HY-TEST Pelleted Mineral •Donna Mat thltges Howard Slgibee, Burt Mn, Rust Kuhn, Rodman 100 Ibi. HY'TEST Pelleted Mineral Edmund Frlderei . Mrs. Ernest Bormqnn, Irvlngton Richard Banwart, Weit Bend 50 Ibt. HY'TEST Pelleted Mineral — Don Canaday Mrs. Harold Elbert, , ALWAYS A BOOSTER FOR 4-H AND F.F.A. ACTIVITIES man . - 'Vifsjodaii'if'Sii .v)iOMi<n(nQ r qlyn Steussy, Algona rt KERBER MILLING CO, H Y-T E S T THERE'S ONE FOR EVERY FEED NEED Emmetsburg, Iowa "Y«f, I am old enough for • REALLY GOOD typewriter!" 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