The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 4
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We've Hdltl lee, snow, ram and stmshine j ~ thei-e were samples of all of them in the leather during the past week. fiabv early Thursday k> "t >f Doit M8lih«ws, from Graham's AilaniJfe, la. stote, has recently oined the staff of Graham's Dept. store as Asst. Manager trainee. Joft is married alid lives with his wife, Patty, In their apartment at 513 N. Thormgton St. ^ § f fcicklefs Insurance Agency is holding & Grand Opening open house, as announced elsewhere in this paper, all day Friday and until noon Saturday. There will be door prizes as well as favors for visitors during the day and a half event Sharing office space in the new quarters {formerly the Security State Bank building) will l>e attorneys L, W, Nitchals and H. J. McNertney. J&hn Rossman.of the Algona Hotel has announced thai Ihe office space at the hotel formerly occupied by these tenants will be at least partly used ' in a forthcoming hotel expansion program. * * * The Taylot implement Co. will hold a .World Premiete Open House this Friday, April 3rd, frofn 10 a.m ( til 9 p.m., featuring displays and & new movie, filmed at Nassau in the Bahamas, on new Case Machinery. There will be entertainment, refreshments, and prizes. • ^ Bronson Building Service will hold a "Builder's Clinic" at their lumber yard located North of Algona on Highway 169 this Friday, April 3rd, from 1 p.m. til 9 p.m. Over twenty factory representatives ', will be on hand to explain their products and to answer your questions on any building or remodeling problems you may have. $500 t worth of door prizes will be given away and coffee and -cookies Will be served from 1 p.m, until 5 p.m. C. R. Bronson points ottt • that Bronson Building Service is not actually trying to sell mef-- chandise during the clinic, Friday 4s simply meant to ''afford a kind of homeowner's seminar where helpful information is available to anyone who needs it. * * * , Bill Rcssler, manager of ihe Gamble* store here for ihe past 7 Vi years, has been promoted to manager of the company's 'Spencer store. Bill has been chairman of the Algona Chamber of Commerce Retail committee for the past year, has been very active m-many community affairs during his residence in this city, •Elmer Wacker, formerly assistant managtr of the "'Gamble . store in Yankton, S.D., assumed management of the Algona store this week, • » < * * * Algona Theatre manager Dick Phillips has announced thai ihe , opening dale for the Drive-In theatre is set for Friday, 'April 10th. Dick also informs us that a price increase on theatre tickets has been ordered effective Sunday, April 5th t Adult tickets >will"be 75c, junior tickets, 60c, with no increase in children's admission. „ 4 - * * * One of ihe age-old pest of ihe print shop is the iype louse. _. e lice are small creatures very- much like' elfs 4 or pixies, and , their primary function in life is to itivade type cases where they , " cause no end of trouble for the printers. Although the UDM "sBop is - ' regularly, exterminated for type lice we * regret that one' ;at least, " did* escape last week and was responsible'for Mrs Ruby Heinen's <\ name,.appearing as Ruby Johnson in, the; Hamilton Hatchery stqry V ortthe Farm and Business page. Our apologies'for any confusion the &l misprint might ;have caused. ' > morning Quickly turtt&d find ice. Loftg distance telephone service was interrupted by wires broken by the See and trees looked as if they were Coaled with glass? Showers held off until Monday, and Easter Sunday was bright and balrny. Precipitation for the week was Lit. Official recordings from Weatherman Wayne, Johnson: Mar. 26-, -»40 30 Mar, 27 ^^—45 10 Mat-. 28 ** A -47 19 Mar. 29 52 27 Mar, 30 .47 . 39 Mar. 31..1 55 32 Apr, 1 s...\— • 31 .54 .40 ,17 .01 Firm Offers A $200 Scholarship Lie. to 4 Cooales Wedding ,l! stiftd to I6U; week- in I court here. lowing March J 'i ^'ifebU March 28 *- ner, Des MoirteS, find !v* fa 6h* March- 31 Clara Hattseh, „ , . aid Ditsworth'&nd LtttftftfT Alt, Algona. ^ .*..,.,_.. ',**'*' Top Bowlers Of Week, Hawkeye Top bowler* at* Htwftls^e^ILanes this.we'ek . who ledf the >Wome*i Phyilir 201 from 13 area high school^ -l are again eligible r to compote for the Kelley' Lumber Co, annual scholarship award, first established Dec. 1, 1957. The 1958 winner was Beverly Richter of Ti tonka, now attending Iowa State Teacher$ College,, , The 1 1650 award is foif $200 paid' ,o the winner's four-year; college selection. »Area. sehoolf* where entries can -be made' are Algeria (both public and parochial), 'Bradgate, Burt, Corwith, LuVerne, 2 Whitlemore schools, Des Moines iwp., Sentral, St. Joe, Titonka Twin' Rivers and Wesley. . Full information is available aj the lumber firm or class advisors! line; Chan"E>afley,-whS'H&a5lines of 224 and $23 on his w^y to a 844 series 'total;- and Orval*Hakes with a 256, high Hn0 forjrtaa and a 621 seriesi ,' ( \'^4?-i* Other women over leOv'were Frances "Gingrich 192i" r -Xaleria Nelsbh l79,;Irma D6e f (C<)dk -160 Bob' 226, 212, and Carol GOdfrbdseli;I8j( ' Men over - 210- - Reibsamen 214, Didk "iddd Lael Bb £,v' ...r- f i 1 Grid Coach For •>%.* • •> Sentral Named ; ^ Fenton •— Kenneth "Wallers was elected football coach ol " Sentral high school at a special meeting 'of the school,.- board Monday evening. He will, be in charge during spring 'practice which will, begin soon. Walters, a graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell So. Dak., ,' ae q , , Bill Robinson, '210,'. Norm ->Gade 210, Cliff Betiachoter,'2l3, 211 627 series), 221 J , 222, Bill- Naylor 242 (605 seriesK-l&m Geilenfeld 45 N-A Members With the recipt of .four new memberships all from Fort Knox, Ky, the. total membership in Nicotine .Anonymous. J& now 45, local members said Monday. The group, formed' by ex-jokers, has no dues, and no, elective officers, but does haVe a membership card for anyone who^ decides to forego the use of nicotine. Irvjngton Homemakers The ' Irvlrigton Homemakers Club met March 18 at the home of Yvonne Schmitt, Leola Hanson Was assisting 1 hostess. Ellen Raney conducted the meeting. Marie Siemers and Grace Phillips had charge of the surprise number The April "meeting Will be held at the home'of Mabel Hargreave: with Mildred Brown assisting. • 211, Phil Mittlifeder 213. Ted Chrlsdiilles 233 (619 series), Ed Adams 214, Hank Furst 214, 211, Red r <Slec GeilenfeLd ' 226, Tom Fbrburger 215, 'Hank 5 (62'7> series) and Sk'illing 225f Truck Rolls Over. ':,' ; A Lone* Rock man,' William Mannihg,r|9, escaped"without injury wh^ri the* pickup truck He was driving rolled oyeib four miles v north and five relies 'West of Algona Mar. 25. Mr Manning saw a trudk a'pproaching ffbm the east, applied his brake^Uo&t control and Dolled over in-'an intersection'. ' Sheriff Ralph. Lihdhorst investigated damage at-$150. 1 - ' - r --.L-.Li.-L. i. ' ' Plan 'Fund' Forum, j i TWQ 'meetings, including an operrforurh' lajer tins month, and a public-meeting sometime An May have v b"6en scheduled by Arena's public-study^ committee yvhich •has-b'eeniworking on detail? concerning the possibility of a j^arly United. Fund" 1 Drive -here. i^Exact dates .have not been selected. 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