No golf or basket ball... f, • *! .' ... but cultural exchange! f LOCALS Jerty -Ftrrit returned from owa City last Friday after uii* dergoirig major surgery there A week prior to his return. Me expects to be back to work on us tank wagon route within a few days. Mr*, Virgil Smith fill bit Friday and suffered a triple fracture of one ankle. She is a patient at St. Ann hospital. She was standing on a small stool, cleaning a light fixture when she fell. Her condition is good. Leighton MUbach, who hat been employed by the McCul lough funeral home for a num her of years, will leave the firm June 1. He said he has no immediate plans for the future. JERI DEWITT WEDS Miss Jcrie DeWitt, daughter of Walton DeWitt, Livermore, and Richard Schaffer, son of Mrs John Farrington, Emmetsburg and the late Henry Schaffer were married at the Methodisl church, Algona, Saturday May 14 at 7 p.m. Rev. Newton Coughenour officiated. The bride was escorted by her father, and Mr and Mrs, Ralph Johnson were attendants. A reception was held at 8 o'clock at the Legion hall. Judy Thompson had the guest book. Out of town guests were from Iowa City* Waterloo, itorm Lake, Lake City, Livermore, LuVerne and Emmetsburg. GARRIGAN AND ALGONA high schools exchanged musical groups last week and students from both.schools enjoyed the talents of the other. Above, the Algona high school concert band plays for students at Garrigan high school in the Bear gym Thursday morning. In picture below, the Mixed Chorus of Garrigan high is shown singing for the Algona high school students in the auditorium Wednesday morning. Exclusive Advance'Photos by Mike Stillman. AlqonqJymuth County \ J •\ r/-!•, w w ^-*«v : •——; ~" /-Aw THURSDAY,MAY 19, 1966 — ALGONA, IOWA— ^^ V seniors diplomas May 29 Ex-Lolls Creak woman dies May 12 A former Lotts Creek area woman, Miss Helen Radig, 72, died May 12 at Pasadena, Calif Funeral services for her were held Saturday, May 14, at the First- Lutheran church in Pasadena. She was born Oct. 4, 1893, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Radig, who lived in Lotts Creek township. Survivors include one brother and five sisters including Mrs. 'Theresa Mueller, Algona. Algona on ship in Vietnam action The Homer Clarks have received a "family letter": mimeographed from the commanding officer of the destroyer Porterfield telling of activities of the ship on which their son John is stationed. The destroyer had been in action from Da Nang to Chai Hai in support action for ground troops, landings, and as escort to the carrier Enterprise, At one time they were on duty shadowing a Russian trawler going through the area, The ship . DONALD JOHNSON A total of 108 seniors of Garrigan, high school will receive diplomas at graduation ceremonies in the school auditorium Sunday afternoon, May 29 at 2:30 p.m. This will be the 7th graduating class of the school. The valedictory address will be given by Kathryn Besch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Besch. Presentation of academic awards, citizenship awards and scholarships will be a part; of the ceremony. Donald Johnson, of West Branch, Iowa, p&st National commander of'the American Legion, will give the commencement address. Other events for the seniors in the near future include the annual Prom last'night, "Skip Day" Friday and Award Day next Monday, May 23. FATHER DIES The father of Chuck Behr, Ai gona, died at 3 Mason City hos pital Saturday. He was LeRoy P. Behr, 54. Funeral services were held at Rockwell, }owf. Surviv* ing are two daughters,, five sons his wife. Ne«d Printing? Two Gala Fun Nights! Fri.&SatMay20-21 OUTSTANDING ACTS FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT FEATURING jour THE TOP DISCOTHEQUE DANCER IN THE MIDWEST • Unique Dance Team • Piano Sing-Along • Dancing NO COVER CHARGE FIRST SHOW STARTS AT 9:00 P.M. expects to return to the states in June or July. TWINS — The Clayton Mit tens of Kirkman were present ed twin Appaloosa baby,horses one a colt and one a filly',"'^b their four-year-old mare. Thesi horses have distinctive whit markings on faces and a whit ".blanket" and were the favor ite mounts of the American In dian. . their slick itid shifty 1026 Mo-will produce him niiny flo« del T. Fords to the Omiha Auto Show last month. Bill and Dick hid spent Most of their winter's spite time working oft restoring the "fliwcM." Fllnn's touring car placed third. POTATO son of Mr. — Robert Cook, 5, and Mrs, William FLIVVERS" — Bill Satidquist and Dick Flinn of Aclel took nine sprouts which he believes Cook, Le Mars, has a spud With tatoes ftfter he plittt* i sprout wis longer thin 1 arm. FAMILY 4'A im Belmotit Kinseth, has a family 6f 9l bers (including spouses of grandchildren -and great grand* children! ^ a figure; thit , m< ceeds the ilUmtef of Mttf, Kiflf seth's years by one. Twice as exciting when they come from The Hub! for • Weddings • Proms • Special Events Be Correctly Attired in the Newest and Finest Formal Wear ' ALGONA, IOWA 8 • fl » «^ k~ "? IS WlZSi^f ^Sl'fi? «*» By Wembley A sure-tb-please Graduation Gift! Fine quality ties in strip*** solids, designs. Put a couple in a box and watch his eyes light up. New for Summer ''Home pf Good Entertainment" On Hwy. 1W Ne»t to Jphony's §t«ak H«rb«i- HUMBOLDT, IOWA ' 50 M AMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMI May we suggest... Gift Certificates! Every young man wears Bermuda Shorts so this is a top buy. Our selection is the best, too — solids, plains, checks, stripes; etc. Tup f! I McGregor Shirts The new summer sport shirt* are in — lots and lots of them, too. Stripes, checks, solids, button-down and regular collars. All sizes — Small, Medium, Large., '.". ' < ' »(£:i._- INTERWOVEN A top gift, especially when they bear Interwoven label. Lots of colors, all sizes. % j. r j.fi' Heather* ;; Solid color cotton denim skimmer. Convenient zipper front ;; '•'• closing and contracting double stitching trim. SHEAKLEYS "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls-' Other Grand Grad 11^* •it I I n Gift Ideas .,. (het gill s»t for HOME and TRAVEM AU-PVRPOSE LOTION in Urge crystal bottlo paired with ffllillabl* tr»y«l fla»tc. J5.90 pluf Ux AIL-PURPOSE LOTION, individually »!UQ0 J3.50 $6.50 plus tax SWANK JEWELRY ROLFS BILLFOLDS THE "YOUNG MAN'S" STORE IN ALGONA! *|.t)tM*tl*W* HANDKERCHIEFS SAMSONITE UAM3 HV -"iSKj* '
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