The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 25
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large County Delegation Enjoys 4-H Camp Kossuth County 4-H members and leaders went to the District Tnn ?"? P ^ C1Cal ' Lakc from June 3-5. There were approximately 500 campers from 11 counties. Mrs Max Goldman, Titonka, spoke to an assembly about the meaning of the third H - Hands of the Four Leaf clover. 4-H symbol. Dean Barnes, Kossuth County extension director, was in charge of publicity and health. Mary fclaudt, Kossulh County home economist, was a member of the recreation committee and led the campers in 4-H songs at all general assemblies. Bob Johnson, assistant county extension director, served on the Recreation Committee and helped organize games for the 4-.H'ers. Ann Walters, extension trainee, attended the camp as a counselor. Kossuth County leaders going to camp as counselors were — Robert Chambers, Corwith; Robert Harvey, Swea City; George Wolf, Algona; Terry Johnson, Corwith; Mrs Elvin Swanson, Swea City; Mrs Barbara Dcarchs, Algona and Mary Hays, Algona. 'Members of the 4-H clubs attending were — Roger Ulses and Roger Cherland, Burt club; Jon Jgntz and John T. Ruger, Fenton club; Jerry Payne and Gary Waterbury, Grant; James and Jerome .Menke, Greenwood; Robert Bristow, LuVerne; John Mescher and Mike Kain, Plum Creek; David Rasmussen and Jim Sparks,- Portland; John Hobs- cheidl and Raymond Johnson, Prairie; Kenneth Bormann and James Erpelding, St. Joe. James Jensen and Larry Johannesen, Seneca; Larry Sim- onsmeier and Jcrald Hesvick; Swea-Harrjson; Lyle Loebach and Raymond Elbert, W'hitte- more; Leon Wichtendahl and George Bierstedl, Letts Creek; Donald Diers and George Schiltz, Ramsey; James Nitchals and Dean Dodds, Union; Chris Nygaard and Jerry Heinen, Wesley; Dennis Fritz, Buffalo; Marvin Heiclecker and Harold Bauman, Aggressive Lads; Jim Winter, Lakota and Ronnie Linde, Swea City, served as life guard. Girls attending — Darlene Grandgonctt. Bancroft Homomakers: Joann and Jane Vasko, Bancroft Busy Bees: Carol Bollinger and Jcanette Wichtendahl, Fenton Forwards; Mary Lou Kollasch and Gvven Baker, Greenwood girls; Connie Arndorfer and Betty Wickwire, Irvington Ideals: Joyce Johnson and Sandra Vanllovc, Lincoln Handy Helpers: Eileen O'Brien and Colctta Streil, Lotts Creek Lassies; Raeann Brink and Linda Clark. LuVerne Live Wires; Audrey Gardner and Harriet Benschotcr, Plum Creek Elite; Judy Fitch and Mnrcin Shipler, Por'tland Pennies. Dorothy Peterson and Marilyn Johannesen, Seneca Stars; Ruth Ann Klein and Janet Reding, Riverdale Rustlers I; Eileen Wagner and Mary Lou Gales, RiVer- dale Rustlers II; Jo Ann McCleish and Dawn Schultz, Lone Rock Lively Rockets: Barbara Liimpe and Caiista Dankbar, Blue & White; Diane Gartner and Sarah . Brandt, Buffalo Boosters; Cheryl Lovstad and Shirley Sch- wictert, Burt Blue Birds, Sr.; Lucille Gade and Rosemary Gisch, Cresco Chums; Ruth Lickteig, Prairie Pals; Jane Egesdal, Ledyard Lassies; Jane Runchcy and Carol Girres, Garficld Gem*: Carol Girres and Mavis Nygaard, Wesley Wizards: Margaret Enges- ALGONR UPPER DES MOINES ALOONA^ IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1959 ser, Swen Wesrterns: Carmen Cook, Lakota Luckies; Mary iReilly, Union Al '.'thean; Jo Ann Mino, U-Go-I-Go;; Juanita Johnson, Grant Go-Gettcrs; Alice Patterson, Algona dairy club. Perhaps the first sign of oncoming old age is a yearning to write the story of your life:, <>i at least to tell long anecdotes about it. — Sparks. Band Concert Tonite The first band concert of the 1959 season will be held tonight, June 11, at 8 p.m. at the new city parking lot on East Call street. The municipal band, under the cliiection of Russ Guster, will present a varied program of music — everything from marches to a waltz during the first weekly concert. MENS-WOMENS TOYO The COOL Cap! HARRISONS Not One But Two! Pair of Jed PILLOWS "m 1.99 ^ Yes. two large 18 x 25 heavy outside fancy ticking pillows, filled with a miracle liner that is restfully soft. Pair in poly bag. HARRISON'S SALE CHILDRENS SUMMER TOGS Ve e & .....and also Shorts, Blouses, Bra .Tops....a wonderful, wonderful Harrison selection In size ranges 2 to 4 and 3 to 6x1 And all FIRST QUALITY I One of our best manufacturers cooperated to the hilt to enable us to offer THISI Mothers - be sure to come early for your choice of thesel Terrific Summer Value! PLASTIC DECANTER M t^ s^ 75-oz. size with screw-down top. Soft, attractive pastel shades. Fits beautifully in refrigerator! BOYS SPORT SHIRTS Unheard of this early 'In seasoni Drip-dry cottons In fancy patterns, nicely cut full. Sizes for boys 6 to 16. 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Hard to believe at our spectacular birthday price of two for $5. Heavy muslin backs. Solid colors of blue, gold, white, pink, red and green. They wash and wash and wash! FOR LADIES' RAYON PANTIES Fancy %lohTMifi Girls Rayon Panties CHILDRENS L Pastd Colors With Matching Lace POLO SHIRTS for *c ? They'll wear them for play or dress I Extra good quality rayon panties in girls sizes 2-4-6-8. Cool, washable panty for these summery daysl •Another Harrison findl Th^se were I made to sell much higher. Favorite 1 stripe patterns with crew neck. ', Childrens sizes 3 to 6x. L-. HARRISON'S ANNIVERSARY SAL Our Biggest Bargain Event Of The Entire Year! NOW READY AT YOUR HARRISON STORE L-A-R-G-E Size Plastic LAUNDRY BASKETS Lightweight, easy-clean and best of all, colorful in bright shades of red, blue or yellow. They're large size, tooKJetsev- eral for home us& for now and later I HARRISON'S ANNIVE R S/A R Y SALE Childs Play Shoes They're In Smart BRIGHT RED! Pr. 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WOW/ Complete 49-Plece PICNIC SETS 77« AH you need for six people for outdoor eatingl Yes, forty- nine pieces complete in a neat poly bag. What a value at Harrison's nowl HARRISON 'S HARRISON'S ANNIVERSARY SALE Ladies Half-Slips 2 « 99C These are scrumptious - with two-inch lace hemsl Rayon taffeta half slips in choice of pink, blue, white. Medium and large. Made to sell much, much higher! A Harrison Play Special! BEACH PLAY BALL 66' HARRISON'S ANNIVERSARY SALE Ladies Sport Shoe: ]98 Pr. You'll wear them with a£ your summer outfits - canvas, play styles, rubber soles, plain solesl Scores of different styles to choose! Sizes 5 to 10. Seven inch balls with real bounce! Can bereinflatediime after time. Bright colors of Red, Orange, Blue and Green. FRESH ORAHCE SLIES SUGAR WAFER 111 iKIES Delicious, delightful summer treat. In vanilla or rainbow flavor, 33c a pound. POUNDS In Poly Bag 59c

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