The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1965 · Page 25
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 25

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 24, 1965
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Chest drive netted $907.25 at Lu Yerne The Lu Verne Community Chest drive has now been com- pledted, with total receipts of $907.25. The Community Chest Committee met on November 3rd and completed allocation of the contributions as follows: United Ser. Organ $100.00 Amer. Soc. HUh. 25.00 la. Assoc. Men. Hlth 100.00 la. Child'ns Soc. 70.00 Amer. Red Cross 100.00 Salvation Army 1.25 Salvation Army 125.00 Boy Scouts 200.00 Arth. and Rheum. 56.00 Retarded Children's School 60.50 Local Emer. Fund 70.75 TOTAL $907.25 Operating Fund: Balance last report $16.95 Contributionsby sponsoring organizations 55.00 Less: 1965 expense 48.87 BALANCE $23.08 Local Emer. Savings Account: Balance-1964 $562.45 Interest 23.78 1965 Alloc. 70.75 $656.98 Withdrawn-Jerry Schnetzer Fire Loss $100.00 BALANCE $556.98 1965 solicitors included Bert Ramus, R. C. Walline, Jerry Stille, Edward Lindebak, Harold Trauger, Frank Gronbach, William Prior, Max Patterson, Mrs. Leslie Calkins, Mrs. Gerald Ramus, Mrs. Emerald Strand, Mrs. Anne Smith, Mrs. Faye Lichty. Mrs. Earl Johns, Mrs. Burtis De Nib and Mrs. William Goetsch. School solicitors were Mrs. James Mallory, Mrs. Verne Daley and Dennis Holmes. Cresco Boys The Cresco Boys Nov. meeting was called to order by president, Dean Teeter. It was voted to have installation of officers and Christmas party with the Cresco Chums at the extension building Dec. 5. Record books were discussed and new material for next years book handed out. There were nine guests and lunch was served by Marilyn, Craig and Kevin Roethler. Members who received awards Nov. 9 were Dean Teeter, Russell Shaw, Barbara Jergenson, Daryl Kisch, David Sabin and Peggy Sabin. PIKE Mrs. Ed Pinta, one of Manl/s avid "fishermen" caught a 12 Ib. Northern pike from the Ventura Grade at Clear Lake this month. It measured 37 1/2 in. long. * * * Cape Horn is at the foot of South America. NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT tooqe Community Chest officers are: Emerald Strand, chairman, Mrs. James Mallory, vice-chairman and Mrs. Max Patterson, secretary-treasurer. Three From The Area Attend Stroke Meeting A workshop for learning and establishing criteria and procedures for rehabilitation of the stroke patient was held in Iowa City yesterday. Teams comprised of a doctor, nurse and physical thereapist attended the one-day workshop. Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1965 Algenc (la.) Upper De» Mo!ne«- On the team from the 14-county North Central Heart Division were Mrs. Richard Campney of Burt, Iowa chairman of the nurse education committee, and Dr. H. G. Feldick of Buffalo Center, vice-president of the North Central Division. Also, Carole Donovan, physical thereapist of Mason City. The teams will be the nucleus in the nine hear divisions of the Iowa Heart Association to begin programs of stroke rehabilitation. A number of representatives of the National American Heart Association were featured speakers on the program. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper DCS Molnes Whtrt OM-WwM ii Icvivil Everything you ever Imagined. Everything you expect is provided (or your complete enjoyment and comfort »t the NEW Hyatt Lodge'— Large Decorator - Designed Luxury Rooms. King-Size Beds. Individually Room-Controlled Year-Atound "a* you like ii" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephone*. Newest TV and Radio. Excellent Food, Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, 'Northwest's Finest Automatic Bowling (32 lanes), Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions a.nd Theaters. Minutes to Downtown - Easily Accessible to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium, r«r ttttntlitu. Mi*. Writ, ---------- r c«U*ct ttur io»i«t MM), « Acrtts frM MUMS HYATT , looqe -- the HYATT LODGt EVERYONE TOYS TOYS RACE ROAD SETS 6 DIFFERENT STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM ARMY AND SECRET AGENT TOYS & GAMES FOR THE BOYS TO PLEASE ALL GIRLS OF ALL AGES DOLLS BY MATTa KISSING DOLLS WALKING DOLLS DRINK & WET DOLLS GIFTS FOR THE FAMILY GIFTS FOR THE HOUSE PERSONAL GIFTS FOR ALL AGES GAMES BY THE HUNDREDS CHRISTMAS WRAPS - TAGS RIBBON - SEALS BY THE THOUSANDS MAKE US YOUR CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS STORE HOURS 8:30 - 5:30 DAIIY FRIDAY TILL 9:30 P.M. MGAARS Ben Franklin Where The Children Con A/ford To Shop OERALD, EOB, SHEtRI, * VI iOMGAARS STORE HOURS 8:30 - 5:30 DAILY FRIDAY TILL 9:30 P.M.

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