The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 2, 1965
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Algeria (la.) Upper DM Maine* Tuesday, November 2, 1965 Lions Award Many Prizes At Halloween Party Here Prize checks will be mailed out this week to a number of local artists who took part In the window-painting contest in the Lions Halloween party. About 73 registered at the Chamber of Commerce office, according to Frank Saiter, chairman of the event. On his committee were Charles Paxson, Ted Chrischilles, Pete Poundstone and James Chalstrom. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY In the senior division, first place, Helen Moe and Jean Schnell; second, Mary Kay Miller and Jean Nauholz; third, Phyllis Llchter and Jean Ewen. In the junior division, 7th and 8th grades, first place was won by Becky Buscher and Ginny Roethler; second, Tom Skog- strom and Terry Moe; third, Marlene Groen and Debbie Will. Special prizes in the junior division went to Dick Besch, CHARGE IT! STORE HOURS: 9-5 MON.-SAT. 9-9 FRIDAY men's Towncraft slacks COMPARE OUR TOWN- CRAFT DRESS SLACKS .. . Our special low prices are only part of the bargain! Hand-picked, quality fabrics, meticulously tailored, are lab- tested and proven to earn their Towncraft name. all our 10.95 dress slacks NOW O 99 8 A superb selection of trim dress slacks in all wool worsted flannel or reverse twist weave. University grad or boulevard models, with cuffs and belt loops, permanent creases, non- roll waistband linings. Come see ... compare) Charge them and savel FORTREL* INSULATED UNDERWEAR MEN'S 1-PIECE FISHER STRIPE WORKSUITS 8 88 Lightweight, yet warm! Nylon shell, Fortrel polyester fiberfill insulation. Cotton lined. Zip- front top. Machine washable. Fabulous! Here's Valuel 388 Machine washable, 10 oz. cotton denim in our ever popular fisher stripe. Action-back — triple needle stitched. 2-way zipper. A buy! Jack Dlmond and Bill Bray. In the junior division, grades 6 and 7, first prize went to Sandra Faulstich and Lisa Peter; second, Susan Black, Joann Poundstone and Janell Frankl; third, Judy Dutton and Susan Johnson. Over 600 young people participated in the costume contest and games at the Athletic Park. In charge of games were Frank Moulton, chairman, with Ted Herbst, Jim Kolp, Mitch Taylor, Ervin Wiltgen, Howard Stephenson, Dave Smith, Miles Sloniker and Gordon Winkel. The young people participated in foot-races, basketball, sack races and tug- of-war contests. Grand prize for girls' costume went to Susan Meyers, who came dressed as a robot. Winner of the boys' grand prize was Owen Daniels, who appeared as a headless horseman. Each won $5. Heading the judges was Jim Milder. On truck #1 were James Andreasen, Oliver S. Carlson, Pete Poundstone, Chuck Behr, and John Schutter. They judged pre-school kindergarten children. Winning clown was Paul Treganza; second, Lowell Roethler ; third, Katie Gilmore; fourth, and fifth, Steve and Bill Buscher. Witches winning prizes were Donna Heiderscheidt and Christie Crapser. Winning Indian was Terry Telecky. Janet Hinken and Mikie McVay were the winning hoboes. Tod Eller, Terry Dittmer and David Erpelding were winning spacemen. On truck #2 were Richard Buscher, Jim Chalstrom, Hugh Black, Norm Christian and Craig Smith, who judged grades 1, 2, 3, and 4. Winning clowns in this group were Robbie Godden, Sheryl Cook, Laurie Walker and Mike Koob. Winning witches included Julie Dodds, Barbara Allen, Terri Herbst and Becky Thoreson. Winning Indians and cowboys were Mark Meyer, Kathy Diekmann, Mark McEnroe and Jim Martin. Tops in the ghost category were Owen Davies, Linda Wagner, Jim Elbert and Warren Hauser. Mark Bishop, Debbie Lorenz, John Eller and Jack Limbaugh were winning hoboes. Winning spacemen were Pat Dodds and Don Purcell. In miscellaneous competition, winners were Sue Ann Crapser, Carol Nelson, Susan Meyer and Tom Kolp. On truck #3 were Leo Cassel, Paul McBride, Ted Chrischilles, Dwight Cook and Dean Taylor, who judged 5th grade and over. Winning clowns were Michael Vitzthum, Colleen King, Caron and Jeff Zeigler and Mary Snere. Dianne Harris, Lou 'Boyken and Mary Jo Berendes were the winning witches. Randy Ferden and Cindy Kuhn were the top Indians. Winning as top hoboes were Mary Hinken, Debra Specht, Michael Fandel and Judy Berendes. Spacemen were May Mishak, Deanne Studer, Jim Welp and Leslie Richter. Winning other prizes were Cathy Leedy, Judy Hall, James Christie, Barb Harris and Kathleen Murphy. Also, in miscellaneous competition were Debra Missal, Nancy Kolp and Jerry Nelson; Francis Hanson and Jan Crawford, Mary Diamond, and Sally, Haase. Also Jack Diamond, Donald Straub, Dickie Keith, Mary Ellen Crawford and Alvin Holldorf, Jack Diamond and Debra Missal were top winners in the miscellaneous competition. Given out were a total of $17.50 in prizes from each truck. Each contestant received a package of cracker jack, Maynard Miller was chm. of the food committee, which included Richard Cook, Bill Dau, Don Gant, Ed Gilmore, Don Hemmingsen, Robert Henderson, Kyle Keith, James Logan, Bob McCullough, Kevin Nash, Louis Nitchals, Charles Paxson, Chalmer Read and Dean Schlapia. Jim Milder was in charge of the gas stove and Sheridan Cook had charge of construction of the stand. Harry Greenberg was publicity chairman and the salvage and clean-up was in charge of Floyd Bode and all'Lions members. Roy McMahon and Floyd Bode headed the finance and prize committee. Tom Rich and Phil Diamond took care of the P. A. system". Oliver S. Carlson, Paul McBride and Eldon Winkel were in charge of the parade, which was led by the Garrigan high school band. Jim Kolp handled the insurance and Jerry Cowan and Warren Nelson were in charge of trucks. General chairmen of the event were Ron Taylor and Mark Seeley. Horse racing is at least 3,000 years old. COMPAREI Penney's fashions have 'more money' quality! •*,*: * v* V. 'fit. " " M our own brand of excellence! Austelle goes iportivel A bright, young look in gay plaid of wool- reprocessed wool-other fibers, shaped along A-lines with huge patch pockets, tapered sleeves. Above it all-a lush, lovely collar of bleached racoon (origin USA). Tones of brown, 5-15. $ *J JC Austelle elegance in bubbly-rich all wool boucle. Superbly shaped via exciting angled seaming and skillful welt seaming quality details. Rich topping, too*-lustrous dyed squirrel (origin Finland) collgrl Alabaster, honey, black or sable brown. Sixes 8-18. SO A

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