The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1967 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 11, 1967
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Mrs. Blanchord, Lone Rock, Home For Summer LONE ROCK - Mrs. Maude Blanchard who spent the last 4 months at the Good Samaritan Rest Home, Algona, has returned to her home for the summer months. Mrs. E. A, Lee entertained a birthday club in honor of Mrs. W. J. Cotton's birthday. Guests include Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Arden Hovey, Mrs. Raymond, Neswold, Britt, Mrs. Albert Bullock, Mrs, Roger Jensen, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Miss Tena Jensen and Mrs. Erick Seege- barth. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft took their daughter Judy back to Cedar Falls where she is attending college. She had been home for Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton went to Spencer recently to celebrate their granddaughter, Deborah's sixth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends attended Confirmation services at the Methodist church at Forest City where their grandson Randy Behrends was confirmed. READER the annual kite flying contest. It is through cooperation such as yours on projects of this nature that make Algona a wonderful place to live. For your information, there were over 70 kites in the air at one time during this contest and the Kiwanis Club gave away 217 registration prizes. Again, thanks much for your part in making this a success. Sincerely, Royal A. Nold Chairman Boys mittee. & Girls Com- COMMENT MIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIIinNHIIIIIIIIIIII KIND WORDS Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Algona, Iowa Gentlemen: On behalf of the Algona Kiwanis Club I take this opportunity to thank your paper for the excellent publicity you gave the Kiwanis Club in sponsoring Bancroft Girl Is Pageant Queen Nominee, E'ville Contestants In the annual Miss Estherville pageant, which will be held April 15, will receive gifts valued at nearly $1,000. In addition to trophies being offered for the pageant winner, first runner-up, Miss Congeniality and for the contestant judged most talented, each girl will receive an 11 x 14 inch studio portrait. Gifts for the winner of the pageant will include a clothing allowance of $270, a diamond ring and gift certificates from several Estherville merchants. The pageant will get underway at 7:30 Saturday night, April 15, at Roosevelt auditorium in Estherville. Tickets are on sale by Estherville JayCees or may be purchased at the door the night of the pageant. One of the contestants is Eileen Mary Merron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Merron of Bancroft. She is a 1966 graduate of St. John's High School at Bancroft and is presently attending Estherville Junior College. Her interests include piano playing and sports. Women Voters Studying China The League ol Women Voters will continue its sutdy of the history and political philosophy of China at morning and evening unit meetings this week with Phyllis Bray and Ann Anderson presenting the lessons. They will meet with Henrietta Huenhold and Beth Smith respectively. The officers for the new League year are Mesdames James Chalstrom, president; Jim Everds, 1st vice president; Earl Lierley, 2nd vice president; John Eraser, secretary; Vic Parsons, treasurer; and Mesdames James Anderson, James Andreasen, James Cowan, Bill Finn, Jack Limbaugh, Eugene Murtagh, John Dole, Daniel Bray, Mrs. Flora Bradley and Miss Barbara Haggard, directors. Mesdames Claude Slagle and Vern McClure are unit chairmen. Guests are welcome. Algona Sailor To Scot Port C.T.S.N. Marvin Schulte, U.S. Navy, Pensacola, Fla., arrived in Des Moines Thursday, April 6, and was met by C.T.S.N. Ronald Muller who came on March 23 to the parental Ray Muller home. He is spending a few days here, as both boys are former classmates in communications. Ronald is leaving for Edzell, Scotland, and Marvin will continue his leave at his home in Wynot, Nebr. till April 23 and then will be flown to Africa for 18 months. TEACHER Mrs. Gerald (Fern) Rowland, Clarinda, was given the distinguished service award there for her 38 years of teaching. Mrs. Rowland will retire at the end of this school year. Tuesday, April 11, 1967 Al0ena (la.) Upper DM MolitM-7 1111II11111111111II" i'H-M-*1-l-M I I II I I » IN I I 1 1 1 1 1 M M"! i -H-H-H-H Resolution WHEREAS, the undersigned City Officials and members of the Algona Volunteer Fire Department desire to express their sorrow upon the death of Fire Chief Ralph Elbert, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That the undersigned, on behalf of the entire community, do hereby eive 'formal expression of their loss in the death of Ralph Elbert, who for more than thirty-one years served capably and faithfully as member and Chief of the Fire Department of the City of Algona. That a copy of this Resolution be tendered to Mrs. Elbert and his family as an expression of the sympathy which we all share with them. ALGONA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT William J. Finn Mayor David A. Smith City Clerk K. T. Peirce Councilman Stanley Muckey Councilman Sheridan Cook Councilman Howard Miller Councilman Joseph Elbert Councilman James Andreasen Councilman Chester Willey Donald Sherman James Utt Harry R. Barton S. H. Muckey C. G. Venteicher Henry C. Geilenfeld R. P. Laing Gene Schattschneider Donald Petersen Clarence J. Metzger Jr. Jim Edgington Barrel D. Schmidt Bud Petersen Richard Frideres Darold Simmons Rex B. Voyles Howard A. Forsberg Wayne Meyer Pick Lallier Jim Homer Donald Meyer Ken Besch John Levy j i i i is your INSURANCE ADEQUATE CBCW.IMC. GET AUTO INSURANCE TODAY Why drive yourself straight into the poor house? No need to. Insure your auto now to protect yourself against any minor or major accidents. Get the best auto insurance possiblejCome and see us. Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. DODGE ALGONA, IOWA CA SALE IOWA ASSOCIATION OF THE DEAF i i ! At FINN'S BAKERY I i i i featuring Mason Candies • Chocolate Chiffon • Fruit Carnival • Chocolate Mints • Almond Cocoanut i $ 1.00 U i It 1 It I I I ! I M 1 M T ' " " i t i t i i i t i i i i i i i i i 111 i i 1.11 i II Ilil HELP US SUPPORT OUR IOWA CONVENTION SPONSORED BY THE Mason Gty Convention Club Of The Deaf Jock Purcell, Algona — Chairman 1 j 1

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