The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1967 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1967
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6-Algona (la.) Upp«r Dai Moini* Thundoy, March 30, 1967 *Tf-m • —- T _ - _ - - ..._ - , Unlfed Fund Will Seek $17,000 In Fall Drive Members of the 1968 United Fund of Algona budget committee met Saturday, March 25. They received awl heard comments on a number of requests from various organizations who wished to be included in the 1968 United Fund budget. The following information gives a comparison of the 1967 budget as approved, and 1968 requests. 1967 Algona Charities School for Retarded Boy Scouts Girl Scouts Iowa Children's Home Salvation Army Red Cross Cancer Heart Polio la. Mental Health Koss. Mental Health Arthritis Campaign, uso 800 1800 2700 2300 700 750 2125 1250 800 250 450 125 450 900 50 15,450 ,1368 1000 No def. amt. 3193 2200 700 750 3000 No def. amt. No def. amt. No def. amt. 600 None 572 No def. amt. 175 12,190 Assuming that the five areas requesting no definite amount were to require at least as much as last year's budget, 1968 asking will be $17,190. The budget committee will be reviewing the above request for the next couple of weeks and at that time will submit their proposed budget to the United Fund board of directors for final consideration. It was also brought to the attention of the budget committee that Algona's per capita contribution is considerably less than that of surrounding communities. Members of the Budget Committee would welcome any comments relative to the 1968 budget asking that would guide them in their recommendation of the United Fund Board. Please direct any comments to Dick Ringsdorf, chairman or any one of the following budget committee members: Fred Diekman, Bill Kraft, Inez Wolfe, Sharon Cowan or Jack Limbaugh. South 4-H BB Finals At West Bend Friday Night Plum Creek and Cresco copped the southeast and southwest county 4-H junior basketball titles and Lu Verne and Whittemore won the senior crowns in the same areas with victories this week at Lu Verne and West Bend. As a result, Cresco will tangle with Plum Creek for the championship of south Kossuth junior teams at 7 p.m. and Whittemore will meet LuVerne for the senior title at 8 p.m. at West Bend High School tomorrow (Friday). Winners of those two frays will play for county titles April 3 at Burt High School. The Cresco- Plum Creek winner will meet Fenton for the junior title at 7 and the Whittemore - LuVerne victor will meet Grant for the senior crown at 8. In games played at LuVerne Monday and Tuesday nights, Plum Creek downed Prairie, 47-11, LuVerne swept past Wesley, 3915, and Plum Creek dumped Lu- Verne, 36-24, In junior play; while Wesley downed Prairie, 34-29, LuVerne belted Algona, 71-27, and LuVerne romped past Wesley, 72-45, In senior action. At West Bend, Cresco downed Whittemore, 37-16, and Cresco edged Union, 26-24, in junior games; and Whittemore dumped Union, 59-45, In senior play. Dist. Student Council Confab At Mason City The North Central District Student Council Association will hold its Spring Conference at Mason City High School March 30. There will be approximately 400 high school delegates, advisors and foreign exchange students In attendance. During this session the assembly will be addressed by the Treasujp, of the State, Paul Franzenburg. Delegates will attend a series of varied panel discussions dealing with topics pertlnant to student council affairs. After this, the delegates will listen to nomination speeches for state and district office. Following speeches, the delegates by secret ballot will elect next year's officers. The Mason City High School student council will host the conference. Their activities have been coordinated with the district cabinet whose members Include Phyllis Moulton Algona High School, and District Advisor James Andersen of Algona. AlgOna Student Dies In Oregon At S.C.I. Gets Swim Award CEDAR FALLS— James Johnson of Algona was one of 65 State College of Iowa athletes to receive an award this week according to SCI athletic director Jim Witham. Only six of the 65 recipients were seniors. Fifteen juniors, 20 sophomores and 24 freshmen were also honored. Johnson received a varsity letter In swimming. ST. JOE - John Kayser, 92, Yamhill, Ore., died Sunday at Physicians Medical Center, McMinnville, Ore., after several months' Illness. Formerly from this community, Mr. Kayser spent the past 30 years in Oregon. He is survived by three sisters and one brother, Mrs. JohnThul, St. Joe, Mrs. Nick Elschen, St. Benedict, Sister M, Amalia, Dubuque, and Casper Kayser, Waseca, Minn. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" DAY IN ALGONA SATURDAY Visit Our Guests THE GREENWOOD BOYS PHILIP MEYER, FENTON, PRESIDENT STEPHEN STORK, BANCROFT, V-PRESIDENT PHILIP HELDORFER, BANCROFT, LEADER COAST-TO-COAST STORE HOOD'S Thursday, March 30, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper De* Moines-7 Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday ALGONA SUPER UALU The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. Wt Invite You To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE NEW! ZESTEE V«. - t:. ALL STEAKS ARE VUSDAI CHOICE X"^^x-»^^»-> IUSDAI CHOICE, Boneless, Waste Free HEEL ROAST Cut Up - Ready For The Pan! ICE PACKED, YOUNG TENDER JAM 'PRESERVES ^ Strawberry Preserves - Concord Grape Jam # " : tf$?;r, Apricot Preserves ..;"*'' •i WHL^^^^ ^^^ •• «• mmt^ STEAK 'SILVER JUBILEE SUPER UALU Swiss Boneless, Rolled RUMP ROAST «> Ib Hoz. M pkgs. | SUPER VALU Boneless, Top Round FAMILY STEAK *• SALTIMES 2 ONE LB. BOXES Boneless STEAK SIRLOIN TIP •^••^••••••i^HHBHIiH^HMM Tenderized Minute Steaks Hormel's THICK SLICED Range Bacon I Gus Glaser's ALL-MEAT SKINLESS FRANKS i'j*i ,-1/ C 0 ''*>^ ^ ' •:»?•.••• Whatever Your Desire In Steaks — Just Ask Us ; '*%•>-.» *r" &•• & -^^ -^f^f -^ USDA % (CHOICE) Cut And Wrapped FRONT OUAR TER S • 39 25c 1 V& SUPER 'SILVER JUBILEE FAMILY SIZE HEINZ KETCHUP m fflftU? Stw"*, 20 02. Bottles ALL COLORS - CHARMIN BATHROOM TISSUE Rolls •••••••••••i YELLOW ONIONS CAL-TOP EAC No. T/ 2 Size Cans SUNNY SMILES APRICOTS No. 2 »/2 Size Cans SUNNY SMILES PEARS No. 2Vi Size Cans FLORIDAGOLD FRESH FROZEN PURE FLORIDA GRADE A KOB/N'fioOD Concentrate cans EACH GIANT LARGE SOLID HEADS llETTUC Large Heads FLAVORITE FROZEN FRUIT PIES Apple - Cherry - Peach (Just Thaw CtfMl f 9T7&) Sunkist Navel U.S. NO. 1 CHIQUITA BRAND RANG GOOD VALU FROZEN HASH BROWN POTATOES 2 Ib. cello bag 25c I^^^^^^^^^M ^*^^ ^^^ t^ ilOUR FOLGER'S COFFEE INSTANT COFFEE ,-.* .A*'* '& CAN TO 02. Jar $1.29 SWANSON'S FROZEN POT PIES Chicken • Beef • 2 fcr 49 1 ^V•Jt»»> U.S. NO. 1 - IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES SUPER VALU Corn, Peas, French Beans, Cut Green Beans VEGETABLES Full Quart HK i ALL HEINZ STRAINED BABY FOODS 46 02. Cans Jar FLAVORITE POTATO CHIPS TOP QUALITY CANNED VEGETABLES FLAVORITE COOKIES (All Varieties) packages * | NO. 303 CANS NABISCO - I Ib. box** FIG NEWTONS VANILA WAFERS CHOC. PINWHEELS SILVER JUBILEE m The Store Famous For Everyday Low Shelf Prices Twin Pack Box FULL POUND SUPER UALU New Supf, Of Community College Named D. 0. CARPENTER A new superintendent, and a new name, were announced Tuesday for the merged area Community College at Esthervllle, serving an area that Includes Kossuth county. The new superintendent, at a salary of $22,500 a year, will be Doyle 0. Carpenter, who has been serving as associate superintendent In charge of vocational education for the State Department of Public Instruction. The new name for the Area HI college was officially designated as Iowa Lakes Community College. The new superintendent received his B.A. degree from Simpson College and his M.A. from Drake University. He began his career in education as a coach at Milo In 1931 and two years later became superintendent of schools there. He then served as superintendent at Onawa and Spencer, before Joining the state staff in 1965. John A. Vint, Algona teacher and a director of the new community college elected from this district, reported that a new vocational course, "Feed & Fertilizer Marketing", was being added to the college curriculum. SENECA The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H senior basketball team was defeated by the Grant team In the first round of the tournament Monday night at Swea City. The Seneca Junior team won, defeating the Greenwood team. They were defeated by the Fenton team In the second round of play. Mrs. Ole Pedersen was an Easter dinner guest at the home of a granddaughter and family, the Dr. Roy Hassebrooks, Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Helgen and sons of White Bear Lake, Minn., visited relatives in this area over the weekend. They visited Martin Wllberg at Fenton, also Bob Wilberg and Jerry Wllberg family. They visited Jerry, a patient at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, Sunday. Jerry was injured in a motorcycle accident near his farm home Friday afternoon. Sunday school classes will resume at the Blakjer (Seneca) Lutheran church Sunday after Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft entertained at Easter dinner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Looft, Tom and Sara of Rochester, Minn., also Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Sunday dinner guests of the Lloyd Kerns included Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. Weber Yager, Amanda Kerns and the Clarence Ya- gers, all of Fenton. At the John Johannesens for Easter dinner we re their children and families. They were Mrs. Marlys Krueger and Tom of Fairmont, the Morris Johanne- sens, Armstrong, and the Ronald Johannesens, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsenhad as Easter guests their children and families. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and family from Maynard, joined them for dinner after having visited Mr. Jacobson's mother, Mrs. Kate Jacobson, Ottosen. Expected afternoon guests were the Everett Zitterichs of Terrlll, the Gaylord Olsens, Rlngsted, and the Howard Prestons, Swea City. Easter weekend guests of the Olaf Oftedahls included their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dokken and children of Waltham, Minn., who came on Friday the Bruce Hills of Webster City coming Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and family spent the Easter holidays with the former's parents, the Sheldon Merrils, Sr. at Buffalo, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene^Friesth and children of Badger were Easter weekend guests at the parental Alfred Petersens. Sunday, the Petersens and Frlesths, also Mr. and Mrs. John Woodbeck and family of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frlesth of Arnolds Park were dinner guests of the Clarence Cheevers, Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson returned a week ago Wednesday from Arizona where they spent a good share of the winter. The following weekend they drove to Des Moines and visited their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl were Thursday evening callers at the C. 0. Baileys. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bailey are recupera- tin from recent hospitallzatlons. "TRACY" dancing Monday thru Friday "GENE'RUSSElTcb'MBO"' 7 playing Sat. nite, April 1. PINE ROOM — Hotel Algona — Health Head Heart Hands SATURDAY IS 4-H DAY IN ALGONA We Welcome As Our Guests THE WHITTEMORE BOYS JERRY BESCH, PRESIDENT JOE DETRICK, V-PRESIDENT JERRY BORMANN, LEADER HARRISON'S AIQONA'S LfADING VANITY STOH

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