The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1965 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 21, 1965
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Kossuf h 4*H Members Do Well, Spencer Kossuth county 4-H'ers compiled an Impressive record of victories at the 1965 Clay County Fair. The demonstration team composed of two sisters, Helen and Kathy 3kow, did a very nice job with their "Yours for Happier Reading Hours" demonstration. The Livestock Judging team, with Daryl Boehm, Leland Metzger, Merlyn Metzger, and Jim Blain as members, placed 6th out of 15 teams. The livestock exhibitors all finished well with the following winning places in the top ten of their classes: Angus - Lightweight - Don Erpelding, 2nd, and Lenora Hilbert, 5th; Intermediate weight- Ken Erpelding, 3rd and Ray Erpelding, 7th; Herefords - Lightweight - Rod Scuffham, End and Barb Reding, 2nd; Light Intermediate - Ken Erpelding, 5th; Light Heavyweight - Marvin Pompe, 1st; Shorthorn - Lightweight - Petrea Thoreson, 1st; Heavyweight - Diane Uthof, 1st. The girls owning the shorthorns went on to more success as Diane Uthofs calf was named reserve champion of the shorthorn division and Petrea Thoreson's calf "George" was named the grand champion of both the shorthorn division and of the enure clay Co. District all breeds Livestock Show. Kossuth County 4-H'ers also won several showmanship awards and placed 2nd in the Angus county group of 5 calves and 1st in the mixed county group of 5. Colleen Smith Of Bancroft Is Aug. 21 Bride BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. George Owens Jr. are at home at 2817 Klngman In Des Moines following a honeymoon to Colorado Springs, Colo. The couple was married Aug. 21 at St. John'sCatholicChurch In Des Moines with Monslgnor Zuke officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Owens, the former Colleen Sue Smith, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verl Smith of rural Bancroft. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Owens Sr. of Galesburg, 111. Marlene Smith was her sister's maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Diane Provi of Rockford, 111. and Cathy Owens, sister of the groom. The groom's attendants were Don Cummins of Downers Grover, III., as best man and Jack Sharkey and Tom Clark, both of Burlington, as groomsmen. Ushers were Phil Wilson and Bill Kearney, both of Des Moines, and Don Hennenfent of Galesburg. Debbie Atkins and Alan Beasy, both of Des Moines were flower girl and ring bearer. Immediately following the WEDNESDAY — 7 to 10 P.M. EARLY GEORGIA Peaches No. 2Vi can Double GtftXouse Stamps For Three Hours Only i i •^JKJIkJIh^lkJlLAJtL^liJIkAA^I^IkAAAAAA^AAA^AAAA^AA^AA^^tA^h^ti^tJ •*»www^^»www^^^ww^|jij^i»^iw^^^www^iijjpajp^ijpjp>jp>j^^^^|i^^|i|i"jl Iround Beef u 33* i i COLONIAL HAMBURGER BUNS IOC Ron & Jack's — FOOD CENTER- ceremony a reception wts held at the Holiday Inn where a buffet dlmer was served to 110 guests. iThe bflde, a graduate of Sentral High School, attended Drake JJnlverslty in Des Moines and presently is employed with New York Life Insurance Company. The groom Is In his senior year at the College of Pharmacy at Drake University and is employed at Walgreen Drugs. Kossulh Baby Beef Is Tops, Spencer Fair The Kossuth county reserve 4-H baby beef owned by Petrea Thoreson was named grand champion Wednesday at the Clay County Fair in Spencer. The calf had won the district Shorthorn division Tuesday, placing first over the Kossuth grand champion owned by Diane Uthof of Fenton. Petrea, who had shown the calf at the county and state fair, was away at college and did not see the calf win the top honor. Her cousin, Paul Thoreson, showed the calf. Petrea is a student in pre-veterlnary medicine at Iowa State University at Ames. At the Iowa State Fair the calf placed third in the Shorthorn class and one owned by Diane Uthof placed first. Petrea's calf gained 751bs. since the State Fair showing. The calf was sold at the Clay County Fair auction. Mrs. Hullerman Dies; Funeral Is Thursday Mrs. Bertha L. Hullerman, 90, resident of Algona for the past three years, died Sunday afternoon at the Good Samaritan Home here. Funeral services for her will be held Thursday at 10 a. m. in St. Patrick's church at Perry, with Father Schulte officiating. Burial will follow at Violet Hill cemetery there and Hamilton Funeral Home, Algona, was in charge of arrangements. Born Jan. 10, 1875 at Preston Alflorra, (la ) Upper DM Molne* Twitddy, in Jackson county, Bertha Meyers , was the daughter of Henry and Dorothea Plough Meyers. She was married at Preston to Anthony C. Hullerman, who preceded he in death in 1943. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Louella Withers, Youngstown, Ohio; and a niece, Mrs. Charles Beringer, Algona. Rosary will be said for her tonight (Tuesday) at Hamilton's at 7 p. m. ^*i——1^ • - 1 ^ Entomology is the scienct which deals with insects; etymology is the science'of words. Vinyl Asbestos 12 x 12-in. VINYL ASBESTOS DECORATOR FLOOR TILE • ea. Reg. 29c ea. • S-A-V-E lOc PER TILE • SALE PRICED 3 HOURS ONLY BE IN OUR STORE WHEN THE ALARM CLOCK RINGS I * RECEIVE A FREE GIFT * CARSON'S for Color - Algona ****************************)»,»)>,.<,,«,** ***** t t t i c c I t t ( { ( c ( ( c t f We Are Pleased To Announce The Opening Of A Branch Office At: 108 North Moore Street ALGONA, IOWA Under the Management of. 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