The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1967 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1967
Page 10
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6-Algona (la.) Upper 0«» Moines Tuesday, March 7, 1967 John Hartmann On Engineering Dean's List John Hartman, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Hartman of Fenton, has qualified for the Dean's List at Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wis., during the past semester. To be named on the Dean's list, one has to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher out of a possible 4.0 John graduated from Sentral high with the class of 1961. His course is in electrical engineering. He attended Emmetsburg Junior College before entering engineering school. Drive On For New Uniforms T-Rivers Band OTTOSEN - The Twin Rivers Band Mothers will canvass each home in the district sometime during March for donations toward the purchase of new uniforms for the high school band. The new suits will be the tuxedo type, convertable for concert or marcliing and will be black and gold color as before. Seventy suits have been ordered and they will be delivered in August. They will cost $7000. In the last five years the marching band has received a .blue, ribbon cacti -jyeaji and the concert band* frigs* Crated nearly as, high. , v In June ,of 19^ they had the honor of participating in'the Red River Exhibition in Canada. In January 1967 six members of the band participated in the N.C.LB.A. honors band at Clear Lake. These students were Dale Rossing, Julie Ver Steeg, Dana Vige, Dennis Kissinger, Richard Zeimet and Carlene Hanson. Two students, Dennis Kissinger, first trombone, and Julie Ver Steeg second flute, have been accepted to play in the dorian instrumental music festival in Decorah. The festival will take place March 5 and 6. Besides the massed band of outstanding high school students, the Luther College band will also give a concert. Michael Palm is the band director and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson is president of the band mothers. WOLF r A fox hunt by three hunters near Olin last month brought this unusual kill, a grey wolf. Ron Armstrong,. Clarenfie., shot it after Richard Zenishek, Mechanicsyilie ; and Herb Crock, Olin and Armstrong had stalked the animal! _'•, >-• Club Bake Sale .uVerne Set March It LU VERNE-TheLu Verne gressive Club met for their regular meeting Monday night, February 20, In the home of Mrs. Earle Hanselman. This was a pot-luck dinner with the husbands as guests. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Lucinda Stone presided over the business meeting. Plans were made for the rummage sale and lunch to be held at the Town Hall March 11, at 1 p.m. and a bake sale to start at 2 p.m. lite club will be selling dp code books for $1. The proceeds of these projects to go to the Lu- Verne Library Building Fund. Mrs, Jerry Wolf presented a program using slides and are- cording on "The International Flower Show. The next meeting will be. with Mrs. Allen Blake, and Mrs, Roy Blesemeyer will have the program. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wagner and John of Humboldt, and Mr. Wagner's mother, Mrs. Sadie Wagner, of Lu Verne were Sunday guests in the Ralph Schumacher home at Whittemore. Linda Daley, daughter of the Vent Daleys, spent the week end with her parents. Linda Is a student at Hamilton Business College In Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Rutter were Sunday guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. Mrs. Sadie Wagner was aTues- day evening guest in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wagner and John, of Humboldt. It was the birthday of herdaughter-ln-law, Martha. Mrs. Don Bormann and Mrs. Vern Daley spent Saturday In Des Moines. Mrs. Bormann attended a nurses' meeting and Mrs. Daley visited with her daughter, Mary, a student at A. I. B. College. Mrs. Sadie Wagner has received word that her daughter, Mrs. Bill-Eastman, erf RocMord, 111., fell on the Ice and broke her arm recently. Mrs. Eastman is the former Marjorle Wagner of Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and Jeff of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes spent the week end in the. Max King home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton, Jon and Rebecca, of Sheffield were guests In the parental Frank Gronbach home. Mr. Brayton attended funeral services for his uncle, Glen Brayton, of Hardy. Mrs. Brayton, the former Run Ann Gronbach, and Jon and Rebecca spent the day visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cllf Richardson have returned home after spending several weeks visiting to the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Richardson and daughter, in' Wlnterhaven, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll were Sunday dinner guests In the home of their son and family, Mr. and That's right! You can start your next litter of pigs on us by taking advantage of our special March offer! If you order ONE TON of any Purina hog Chow products for delivery from March 6th through , March 18th ONLY, we'll give you a 50-lb. bag of Purina ,paby Pig Chow or Early Weaning Chow FREE... and if you order three tons you get three bags of Purina starter at no extra cost. Why are we doing this? We want you to see for yourself how pigs thrive and grow when started on Purina. Once you've tried Purina starters we believe you'll want to start all your litters the Purina Way. Purina starters are highly-fortified for disease protection, carry high nutritional levels to promote fast growth and pigs love 'em. Don't miss this FREE chance to start your next litter on us. Why not place your ton order today for delivery from March 6-18. Drop in or give us a ring. Farmers Service Center SO. PHILLIPS ST. Merton Ross, Mgr. ALGONA Mrs. Dennis Soil. Darrell, Dtr- ln, and DeEtta'df EftglH G*ov*. Sunday afternoon guests in the Dennis Roll home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ty Robinson of. Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mclntyre of Alden. Mrs. Hutchinson and Mrs. Mclntyre are sisters of Mrs. Ralph Stotl. Fete St. Joe Couple; Wed For 40 Years ST. JOE -Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales observed their 40th wedding anniversary Feb. 22 with a family gathering in their home Saturday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roman Gales, Glen View, m., Mr. and Mrs. Math Froehling, Watkins, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fabian Noher, Melrose, Minn., Mr. and Mrs.E. M. Gales, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Capesius, from here, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker, Llvermore, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane, Humboldt. - o Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph are stressing the WorjUT,s Mission Crusade with the March 8 monthly meeting. Good Light Lighting specialists say the following points are marks of good lamps: Bulbs located low in the shade; undershade device to reflect, detract or diffuse the light; and broad, white-lined shades opened at the top. Only Hi-lex has Ingredient X CONDITIONS WATER FOR SNOWY-WHITE WASHES Electric Heat... No matter... which style... you choose... you can't lose! Algona

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