The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
Page 18
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Karen Alt Is AHS Queen . :•••. am:.>|£--v.*';->7&^^^^ * Karen Alt, AlgoMa higrh' school senior, was crowned Queen during halftime Homecoming ceremonies at the Algona-Eagle Grove football game at 1 the, fairgrounds' Och ,l4r' Miss Alt; r on the left above, .is shpwn after she received the qrowri from the 1959 Queen, Pat Cowan, now a, ffeshman at Iowa> State .Teachers College, Cedar Jails.' student S.t. _*- •».*•. 'i Mjss Alt is very active in school work. She,is»FHA,president, if council] secretary, » Camera Club vice' president, j member ,of ^ r ' , v./tllc:ij'^Ltc;c:ii \;miuiuabco wcic *^.am,)r .uojr, ATOHV.J' 4-*vwn*uj* aim Sherry';Reid,-all seniors. All. were presented during the halftime ceremonies. The football team's'47-0 win over Eagle Grove com- pleted'the happy occasion. (Nels Isaacson Photo —'UDM Engraving). (la.V: Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, jOct. y25, I960 Fellowship Meetings ; r-'dtrctes of •tKe Congregational fellowship mfet Thursday afternoon, October. 20 >t 1:15 as. follows : Naomi, 'with'Mrs Richard Norton ; "assisted by Mrs Robert D^al; Ruth with Mrs Bessie Haggard assisted by Mrs 'R. HI Miller and Mrs Rhoda Bortarj Rebeci- ca' ' r with Mrs "Robert Xtewel'; assisted b^y Mrs Charles iia fearre and; Mrs^ La'ura ^Palmer;- Mary '"at S' with Jifi-s Russeil Buchan- |jn <ass5sted 'byfMrs Wilfna Cook- seyi ;) liilrs H.,' J'v * JTfistedt, Mrs Frances /Grantliani.' Mrs Cidn'ey LaiW and'Barbara Haggard. ' • Entertain Club ' , . Antoinette Bbhstett'er and 'Alice Cdrldpn 'entertained their birthday-club Oct. 13. Honorqes were Mrs 0, B f Laing ahd'Helerl Comfort, i Outiof-tbwn guests were* Miss Comfort's .sister Ethel Carrier, Deer Island; Ore,, .and Bertha Godfrey, Ames. Mrs Muriagh Honored •" 1 Mrs Ted ; Larson, Mrs August Slagle and Mrs Alice Cowan gave a farewell luncheon Thursday for Mrs Marie Murtagh who is leaving Soon to make her home at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. Guests were members of the Bible class to "which Mrs Murtagh belonged arid a few others. The prbgram Was a skit written by Margaret Durant>and those taking part were Mrs'Cowan, Mrs Larson, Mrs Albert Granzow and Mrs August Slagle. The honoree was presented with a gift. C.D. of A. Meels Court of St. Cecelia C.'D. of A. Algona 'held their regular business meeting Thursday evening, October. 13. The Committee include'd: Mary Elbert, Delores Marking, Josephine Arend, Bertha Cinlc, Violet Glaser, Marie King,, Helen Miller and Sheila Reding. X VOTE NOVEMBER 1 FOR Mrs. C. C. Inman FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE ON THE REPUBLICAN TICKET Your Support Will Be Appreciated (43-44) $$&&X®&^^ VOTE FOR MILT MILTON G. NORTON Republican Candidate For County Recorder Dear Folks, Our Kossuth County—the largest in Iowa with Us population of over 25,000 people living on our farms and in our towns and villages is the area that I shall strive to cover by personal contacts or thru the mails. It is my thought to see each and every voter of this great county just as far as time and physical strength will permit before the fall election on November 8th. I am asking your support and your votes as I am out for the office of county recorder. I have lived all my life in Kpssuth County, I am a graduate of the Algona High School and the State University of Iowa. I served overseas in the first world war, I have had a life-time of experience in business- I am community minded. With the best of my ability, experience and education I will serve Kossuth County people, if elected your County Recorder. Sincerely, MIITON 0. NORTON YQUR VOTi Wilt BE APPRECIATED •tfttmffmw?^^ The annual. Mother-Daughter Banquet will be October 24th, 6:30 p.m: at the V.F.W. Hall Rush Parties Alpha Phi Sorority was hostess at a number of rush parties for new members, among them a coffee at the honiu of Norma Marshall, Oct. 3. A circus party i was held at the home of Lois Ferstl Oct. 12 with games played and refreshments served to 20 guests. To acquaint new members with meeting procedure, a model meeting will be held at Gloria Erpelding's home Oct. 18. Circle Meetings Circles of the Methodist W.S.- C. S. met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 20, as follows: Sept. with Mrs Walter Klamp; Oct. with Mrs Roy Bjustrom; Nov. with Mrs John Schutter; Dec. with Mrs Anton Didriksen; Jan. with Mrs John Cash; Feb. with Mrs O. B. Laing; Mar with Mrs Fred Bartholomew; April at 1:45 with Mrs H. S. Montgomery; May with Mrs Steve Wickliff; June, 8 o'clock in church basement. Host Club The Soroptomist club was guest last week Tuesday at a dinner with hostesses, Mrs Rose Scanlan and Mrs Del Clopton. New Club Meets A fair crowd of football fans turned out for the second meeting of the Algona Quarterback Club Monday Oct. 17 at the Algona Hotel. Fans heard Coaches Beanie Cooper, Garrigan, and 'Jim Hershberger, Algona high, discuss their latest games. Several Algona men formed the club following several weeks of discussion. The group will enjoy coffee and doughnuts each Monday at 8 a.m. from now on, and plans to elect officers following the present season so the club' can operate full blast next fall. Anyone may attend the sessions with the coaches. a TINY, T|My W DEPOSIT HOLDS IT 'TIL CHRISTMAS slate HfVH? WORE STARTING FROM See our lovely Lady El gin 1 DIAMOND WATCHES ^ Girl Scouts Algona Okayed By Area Council Representatives of the North Iowa Girl Scout Area Council from Mason City met with the Algona Girl Scout Community, Committee and Girl Scout Leaders organization Oct. 3 at the Bryant school. ' '"• Mrs Gertrude Fick, the field director of North Iowa Area Council, explained council organization to the Algona pers*on- nel and stated the North Iowa Girl Scout Area Council would be happy to accept the Algona scouts into their council. > • ' Correspondence over the past several years with .local scp'uti committee members have indicated that the local organization will have to consider going into an Area Council in order to remain a part of the Girl Scout organization. Local Girl Scout workers feel that as long as this step will need to be taken the North Iowa Council would be the best one to consider. Final decision on this matter will be taken in the near future. 76 Applications For Jobs Here InSeptember - New applications. for work filed with the Iowa State Erii- ployment Service in Algona toi- taled 76 in September/1960. This compares to 50 applicatioris in August, 1960 and 47 in-September, 1959. 40 of the people applying for work were between the ages of 20 and 44 years. ; Significantly, the large increaf se in numbers looking for - work was not accompanied by an increase in unemployment claims. Only 5 new claims were : filcd\ in September, 1960 as compared to nine in August, 1960 and six in September,' 1959. Construction, agriculture,, .manufacturing and retail trade all Contributed ex- periencpdj workers, .to |he numbers 'of unemployed' saysi Charles- Ness, Manager of the Algona Employment Office. The Algona employment office has immediate openings for service workers able to work evenings as well as agricultural openings, sales and clerical' jobs- in Kpssuth county, each requiring certain qualifications of appU- cants but offering permanent'em- ployment to those who qualify for them. . Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper DIAMOND'S JACKETS FOR MEN... and BOYS & GIRLS Announce New Firestone Tire , A new first line tire, recently announced by Firestone as, the standard equipment tire on many 1961 passenger (Jars, -made, its de_but Jhefe recently /during, ia meeting olf Firestone-stJDre' managers and -'dealers ^from 5 . the area. Irt introducing the tire to the company's dealers : and store managers, Robert E..Parrish, Des I Mai'g'atbf^.I^ 1 ^' 1 ^ h \ schol. Sehio..vrasejwn Queen, durihg Hom'ecdmihg cereniqnies at :Kalftirne>'off the Garri'gan,- Garroll Kuettip'er I if6otaallK'gai|ie- atlGarriga^pifeia ipcj.* 8. The new Queen; iand J Phil'Kmsey,f iifimed | Kiflg off th^e ^tiiiheppmiijLg/ ..event, we're crowned "officially/durMg^a'dance ai' : the 'school'" following the. game.'': : • ' '. v /."•;;' , . '' : , ;••. .••'•'•.'• '•'; •'.'..'-.. "•; : '. ; ; (Miss Goecke, >who Was, about to begin crying, tears .of; joy, jis shown above as she puts on the'royal robe. Her attendants, left >t6 right, are Mary Bradley, Mary Jean Hood arid Marilyn Hobscheidlf; "Other King : candidates 'we're •> Dick- Heinen, Gary >Mergen and John Murphy. (Nels Isaacson \Photo .— UDM Engraving). p.* Firestone DeLuxe with: 'all action : tread' is designed to give. Up to' 36 -per; cent' more J : /J : of molding the*'tire has matte possible, -.the:. new; taead: .desigtt which puts' extra miles in the; life BURNING CURBS OR fm' THE STRICTLY PROHIBITED At this time of year, we urge alj. Algona j--!-n»J* •* myryi j. : j ^.rrr ing leaves in the streets or along the 'curbs. Not only do the fires damage the btacktopping and pavement,;but alsp ^hey constitute a traffic hazard to passing motorists and'might cause ah accident: Your watchfulness on this matter will be appreciated. Thank you, DR. C. C SHliRK MAYOR OF ALGONA BOYS' OR GIRLS' Washable - Reversible JACKETS Sizes 6 to 18 MEN'S WASHABLE LINED JACKET BOYS' OR GIRLS' Zip - Off Hood Machine Washable PARKAS 5 Colors. Sizes 4 to 20 $1 DOWN HOLDS Extra Special MEN'S DETACHABLE Hood Parkas..... s 10.00 SIZES 34 t« §0 DIAMOND'S JACKET HEADQUARTERS Of H^RTHWIIT I§WA OFFER ENDS NOV. 1st ONLY 6 DAYS LEFT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SENSATIONAL CLEANING OFFERl 2 TIES CLEANED FREE -•-'•;• - ' With Regular Dry Cleaning of Any Man's Suit or Topcoat Here's a wonderful way to refresh those ties at HP extra cost! Just send . - * tMt suit or topcoat to us NOW for dry cleaning and Include two ties! We'll dry clean the ties FREEI FREE CLEANING OF TWO NECKTIES Present thii scepon with y°wr ntxt dry elf in* ing order. It will entitle you to fret dry clean* ing of any ^ mtn'l neckties, ACT NOW THII 8FFIB i*P!8il NOV. I, !WQ Algona Launderers & Gleaners PfMVPRY ALCONA FRii PICKUP

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