The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1967 · Page 12
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12-Algona, (la.) Upp«r Do Motnt* Tuetdoy, fab. 28, 1967 Fun Night King, Queen The annual Kossuth county 4-H Fun Night was held Saturday, Feb. 25 at Burt High School. Over 400 4-H'ers enjoyed a fun filled evening of games, booths and movies. All the events and games cost one cent which allowed everyone to have a good time. The evening was completed with the crowning of a Fun Night King and Queen. Marilee Risius of the Valley Farmerettes and Kevin Johnson of the Fenton Progressors were crowned by the 4-H county presidents, Judy Berger, Algona A.O.K., and Tony Muehe of the Wesley Boys. (Extension Service Photo) Rites Held For ™ r . H » rtllln _ .. Mishaps Here NFS. Earl Long During Week Of Offosen Mrs. Earl Long, 66, rural Ottosen, died last Tuesday at the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge. She had suffered from a heart condition and had been hospitalized for 3 1/2 weeks. Funeral services for her were held at the Prebyterian church at Ottosen. The former Doris Fleming, was born at Humboldt and raised and educated at Livermore. After attending ISTC at Cedar Falls for two years, she taught at Peterson, Rutland and Livermore, then married Earl Long Feb. 23, 1929 at Livermore. The Longs have farmed southwest of Livermore since that time. Mrs. Long was a member of the Ottosen Presbyterian church and the Ladies Rural Club, Ottosen. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Arnold Bratland, Bode, and Mrs. Herbert D. Lange, Ayrshire; and seven grandchildren. Mary Pugsley Dies Friday At Estherville Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Pugsley, 61, former Algona woman, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in Hamilton Funeral Home here. Burial followed at Riverview cemetery. Mrs. Pugsley died Friday morning at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mary Sifert, daughter of John and Eva Sifert, was born here Sept. 21, 1905. Survivors include three sons, Jess, Jr., John and Robert; two brothers, Ed and Melvin, Algona; and two sisters, Mrs. F. M Krull Titonka, and Mrs. Leslie Denton, Pocahontas. She was preceded in death by a daughter. Plum Creek 4-H The monthly meeting of the Plum Creek Elite was held Feb. 18 at the home of Patrice and Diane Bode. Talks were given by Kathy Elmers and Diane Bode. A demonstration was given by Marnie Miller. Annette Gilbride was voted Fun Night Queen can- didtate to be held Feb. 25. James W. Walker, 71, Algona, suffered bruised and cracked ribs, and Terry Christensen, Whittemore, received a bump on • the head, with neither requiring hospitalization, as four auto mishaps occurred here during the weekend. Police investigated all four. Mr. Walker was hurt when his auto collided with another driven by Ronald Wetland, Wesley, at the intersection of Kennedy andHar- lan streets Friday at 2 p.m. Weiland was charged with fail- Ing to yield the right-of-way. and an estimated $1,000 damage resulted to the autos. Christensen was charged with failing to stop after his vehicle struck a Greinert car at the intersection of Jones and Call streets Friday at 7:30 p.m. There was no estimate of damages. Autos driven by A. M, Quintard and Paul Haverly, both of Algona, collided in an alley here at 4:50 p.m. Thursday, with damage estimated at $100 to the vehicles, and $80 damage resulted when cars driven by Delbe rt Sankey, Algona, and Dallas E. Curits, Burt, collided Friday at 10:20 p.m. at the Holiday station here. Wife, Ex-Burt Man, Killed In Head-On Crash The wife of a former Burt man, Dr. Ray Hobson, was killed in a tragic motor accident on highway 3, late Friday. His daughter, Alice, driver of one of the vehicles was injured but not seriously. Mrs. Winifred Hobson, 56, was one of the victims. Two occupants of the second machine were also killed. The two vehicles met head-on. Mrs. Hobson is survived by her husband and three daughters, Alice, Betty of Tamp. Fla. and Beverly of Storm Lake. Harold Hobson of Algona is a brother of Dr. Ray Hobson of Marcus, and there is also a brother, Orley of Fort Dodge, and a sister-in- law at Clarion, Mrs. Harry Hobson. Funeral services were tentatively planned for Tuesday, Feb. 28. AHS Prom Party Committees Are Named Feb. 22 A meeting of 70 members of the parents' comm'ttee for the annual After The Prom Party at Algona High School was held Feb. 22. The Junior-Senior Prom is slated for Saturday night, April 22. Serving as over-all chairmen for the After The Prom Party will be parents of junior class officers, Mr. and Mrs. James Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Teeter, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott and Mr. and Mrs. John Claude. Others named to varied committees include the following couples: Movie: Ed Gilmore and Dale Laws, co-chairmen, Maynard Miller, Glenn Jones, Earl Aidrich, Elgin Allen and Art Olson. Prizes and Collection: Frank Moulton and Ted Chrischilles, co-chairmen, Alfred Meyer, Gordon Schmidt, Dave Smith, Dean Taylor, Oliver Carlson, Barney Gisch, Allen Wagner and Erban Handel. Decorations: James Utt and Homer Clark, co-chairmen, Dale Mains and Claire Hovey. Entertainment: Cecil Will and Rex Voyles, co-chairmen, Everett Barr, Russ Kelley, Carl Nelson and Stan Muckey. Clean-up: Don Jones and Lyle Riedinger, co-chairmen, Alvin Pederson, Myron Smith, Ronald Miller and Robert Black. Food: Robert KnudsonandDon Jorgenson, co-chairmen, Walt Hagen, Merton Ross, Dave Frisbie, Jim Kunkel, WiliardGre- gson, Orville Gardner, Bob Dreyer, Rev. M. Dailey and Jim Camp. Events planned Include a free movie at 12:30 a.m., with door prizes and attendance prizes; followed by a party at the VFWhall, beginning at 2:30 a.m. Junior parents will serve as chaperones and there will be a dance and program. Everything for the students will be free and parents are contributing money for the event. Algona and Whittemore merchants will donate items for prizes to be awarded. Studer Shorthorns I Show Winners j Both championships in the Iowa 5 Royal Shorthorn Show and Sale I f i i i CHARGE IT 1 STORE HOURSs 9-5 MON.-SAT. 9-9 FRIDAY ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Famto went last Tuesday to Ben G. Studer of Wesley. Studer won the bull title with Traveler's Captive, which sold for $1,850. HisStuder's Princess n won the female crown. Roger Applegate of Oakland was elected president of the Iowa Shorthorn Breeder Association, succeeding Levi Johnson of Atlantic. Wins Corn Award Marcus Langerman.SweaCity, placed third in the Iowa Master Corn Growers contest. He had a yield of 178.4 bushels per acre average on his test plot. He won the local Swea City contest, the district 2 contest, and then took third in the state. He farms 360 acres. A gold cup was presented to Mr. Langerman. Meet Today The Algona League of Women Voters will hold their regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 9:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. The morning meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Alwin Huenhold and the evening group will meet with Barb Haggard. The program will be on Red China x. \ X. I f I f THIS WEEK ONLY! Penney's reduces prices on quality Fashion Manor self-insulated draperies! IEG. 7.98 NOW REG. 8.98' pr. NOW r 44 pr. Keep rooms cooler in summer . . . warmer in winter! 2 year sunfade guarantee or Penney's will replace. Choose from 2 popular patterns. Decorator colors. 'TIQUF — Rayon/cotton brocade, REG. 8.98, NOW 7.44 pr. EMBASSY —Nubby rayon/cotton, REG. 7.98, NOW 6.44 pr. end-of-month clean-up! uvu Fashion Floor orig. Now Women's Hopsack Skirts - 12 only ___ $6.98 $1.00 Robes & Shift Robes $3 to $4 $1.50 Better Dusters $9.95 $6.88 L. S. Cotton "Rich Girls" $3.98 $1.88 Screen Print Blouses $4.98 $1.88 Corduroy Coats $17.98 $8.00 * * * orig. Now Men's Flannel Shirts $2.49 $1.50 Pullover or Cardigan — sizes 10-16 Boys' Sweaters $5.98 & $7.98 $2.66 Boys' Cord Slacks-sizes 6-12 $3.98 $1.44 Boys'Winter Caps $1.49 88c Assortment Women's Canvas Shoes $2.99 $2.00 Infant's Flannel Sleeoers — sizes 1 Vi to 4 _,— $1.00 f I f

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