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Photo of Audubon County Hospital

Photo of Audubon Observatory

Banker A.A. Kruse of Audubon comes face-to-face with a miniature replica of the giant bull statue in Audubon, named Albert after the founder of the T-Bone promotion.

Officers of the newly reactivated Audubon Jaycees Chapter were installed recently at the organization's annual banquet at city auditorium. They include (from left): Doug Schuldt, secretary; Rich Olenius, treasurer; Ken Slothouber and Joe Brannan,…

A $300,000 bond issue to build an Audubon County Home will be balloted on in the November general election. the present home is expected to be condemned and the grand jury has recommended that a new home be built. The proposed home will be a T Shaped…

New officers of the reactivated Audubon Jaycees include Dean Axland, president; Joe Brannan Jr., first vice-president; Richard Alenius, treasurer; and Don Robertson, state director (pictured above). Elected to the board were Paul Hansen, William…

The new shelter house in Albert the Bull Park in Audubon is a memorial to an 18-year-old youth who was fatally injured in an auto accident last year. Audubon County Campers Club built the shelter house as a memorial to Alan Lee Christensen, whose…

X-Shaped Friendship Home at Audubon has been completed and will be ready for occupancy about July 1. The 87-plus room home is believed to be the first of its kind to be financed under an FHA-insured loan of $477,400.

All of Audubon's rural mail carriers and parcel post drivers have been cited by the National Safety Council for driving without accident during the past year. Postmaster Russell Bamsey (left) presents an 'expert driver' award from the Council to…

Checking Records at Audubon County Memorial Hospital are Mrs. B.B. Budatz, new administrator, and Trustee Niels C. Nielsen.

This is an artist's sketch of the new Audubon High School building, for which voters in the Audubon Community School District voted $900,000 in bonds last spring. Tallest part of the building is gymnasium and section in foreground houses auditorium.…

"Albert, the World's Largest Bull" has taken its steel shape south of Audubon. The 30-foot-tall Hereford will receive a coat of paint over cement and steel mesh, and be dedicated in the fall.

"Albert, the World's Largest Bull," a statue saluting Audubon County's cattle feeders, is taking form at Audubon. Being built by the Junior Chamber of Commerce as a tourist attraction, the huge Hereford critter is under construction at the south edge…

Audubon's "Albert the Bull" needs several more coats of cement. Then painters will apply the red and white colors of the Hereford breed. But the beef promotional project already stops occasional tourists, who snap pictures of the huge bull.

"Albert," Audubon's 30-ton steel and concrete Hereford bull, is being touched up with a new coat of paint by Ed Parsons. Albert's periodic grooming keeps him spruced up for the thousands of tourists who stop annually along Highway 71 to see the…

Junior Chamber of Commerce at Audubon has completed construction of "Albert the Bull" at the outskirts of the city. "Albert," weighing 45 tons, is a giant statue of a Hereford bull, designed to salute the area's cattle feeders and as a tourist…
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