The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1967 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 25, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 25, 1967 Burt Lions On Light Bulb Sale Project BURT - The Burt Lions Club •will conduct and all-out drive from Monday, Aprl. 24, through Saturday, April 29, to sell electric light bulbs to the residents of Burt and surrounding area, according to an announcement made today by the Club President, Michael Scott. Proceeds from the sales drive will be used for the Lions' endeavors to aid the Blind. The light bulbs will be sold in handy "Project-Paks" each containing 4-60 watt, 2-75 watt, and 2-100 watt bulbs at the low price of $2.00. Every householder can use light bulbs, and this drive affords an opportunity to get a good supply while helping a most worthy cause. The entire membership of the lions has been organized to call on Iriends and neighbors with light bulbs delivered right to their door. Lion's clubs in other towns have had excellent results with their sales. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. PLANNING A PARTY? • WEDDING • GRADUATION • BRIDGE • BUSINESS • ANNIVERSARY 'ideal parties for any size kgroup large or small. De- "corations and centerpieces la specialty. IDEAL PARTIES Phone 295-5376 ALGONA Livermore Boy Wins $300 I.S.U. Engineer Award ROBERT ROETHLER Ames, Iowa — Robert Roethler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler of Livermore, has been awarded an Alcoa Engineering Scholarship in the amount of $300 at Iowa State University where he is a freshman student in mechanical engineering. Given by the Aluminum Company of America, the scholarship is awarded on the basis of high scholastic standing. Roethler was admitted to Iowa State with Recognition and Award last year. He was on the Dean's list winter quarter for high scholastic standing and is activities chairman of Boyd House in the Men's Residence Association. Aigona Girl On Dean's List At Wooster College WOOSTER, OHIO - Over one- third of the 1500 student body at The College of Wooster earned places on the Dean's List last semester, it was announced this week by Wooster Dean J. Garber Drusbal. Included was Kathleen Agena, a senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Agena of Algona. Wins Hairstyling Award, April IS Rebecca Heller of Algona received honorable mention for her creative hairstyle in the annual student hairstyling competition sponsored by the La James College of Hairstyling of Ft. Dodge. The competition was held Tuesday night, April 18, in the La James College. The hairstyles were combed before an audience of 400 guests. Of the 27 contestants the judges chose Rebecca's hairstyle to be among the winners. Trophies were awarded. Fenton Man's Wife Is Model Mrs. James R. Pertl of Wentzville, Mo. was a guest of Hans Grundl, past president of the Missouri State Board of Cosmetology and well-known St. Louis salon owner, andofClairol products, on April 16 at the Chase Park Plaza in St. Louis.. Mrs. Pertl was a model for Clairol products. She attended the National Academy of Beauty Arts in St. Charles, Mo., and is the daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pertl of Fenton. Wesley Girl In Piano Recital On April 27 ! U.S. I i nrmfv D murk l j NAVY BAND Appearing In Concert | TUESDAY, MAY 2 | Aigona Garrigan High Auditorium I at 8 P.M. SPONSORED BY ALGONA ROTARY CLUB TICKETS: $1.00 GENERAL ADMISSION $1.50 RESERVED SEATS j j ! L Tickets May Be Procured From Any Rotary Club Member or By Contorting The Algona Rotary Club — General Admission At The Door. (32-33) SUE NELSON A graduate recital will be given by Sue Nelson, senior at Garrigan High School, April 27, at 8 p. m. in the Garrigan gymnasium. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Wesley. Miss Nelson will perform Nocturne Op. No. 2 by Chopin; Beethoven Sonato, Op. 10, No. 2; two contemporary preludes by Gershwin; and Toccata by Kliachaturean. During her four years in high school Sue has contributed as an accompanist and has participated in band, chorus, speech and drama. The public is cordially invited. 19 At Meeting Prairie 4-H Prairie Future Farmer's 4-H Club, met with Doug Widen for the April 17 meeting. Mike Fett led the members in the pledge of allegiance. "Simple Feed Records" was the talk given by Steve Fett. Doug Widen gave an informative demonstration on "Keeping Motors Healthy." Robert Bernard gave a report on the 4-H Day held in Algona on April 1. Also attending 4-H Day was Gerald Askeland. Tom Merriam moved that the meeting be adjourned. Nineteen of the 22 members were present. CORD SETS REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE WHY TAKE CHANCES? BRING YOUR APPLIANCE IN TODAY! QUICK INEXPENSIVE SAFE REPLACEMENT PRATT ELECTRIC 104 N. Jones — Algona Phone 295-5326 Riverdale4-H(l) Picks Delegates Riverdale Rustlers I met April 15 with Theresa Kohlhaas, hostess. Judy Kollasch and Sandy Wagner were selected to go to district camp at Clear Lake. Ellen Bormann and Barbara McGuire were selected to to junior camp at Madrid. Sister Mary Iva, art teacher at Garrigan High School, showed some slides and talked on art appreciation. Sandy Wagner won a prize. Guests were mothers, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, and Mrs. Bill McGuire. is your INSURANCE ADEQUATE GET HEALTH INSURANCE NOW Prepare yourself and family against any eventuality. Consider today's mounting medical costs. Check now to see if you are fully, realistically covered. Tomorrow may be too late! Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. DODGE ALGONA, IOWA REAL ESTATE & FURNITURE AUCTION Having decided to move to rest home will sell my home and furniture at public auction, located 1 !6 miles north of Algona on Hiway 169, on SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1967 1 O'CLOCK HOUSE This is a real nice all modern. 6 room, l'/j story home, no basement. Has nice kitchen with built-in cabinets and utility room, 4 bedrooms, combination dining and living room and full bathroom. Has aluminum siding, gas furnace and insulated. Also has large double garage, lots of beautiful shrubbery, apple trees and cherry trees and good well and pressure system. The taxes on this homo are very reasonable and being in the country should make this a wonderful home to own. TERMS ON HOUSE — 10% down day of sale and balance when merchantable title is delivered. Possession immediately. House will be shown by appointment. FURNITURE Sells immediately after house. Roper upright gas stovo with double oven and rotisserte, 2 yrs. old; Speed Queen Conventional washing machine, less than 1 yr. old; Kitchen table and 5 chairs; Frigidaire upright 12 ft. freezer, 5 yrs. old; Westinghouse refrigerator; Duncan Phyfe 2 pedestal table, and 4 needle point chairs; Beige davenport; Occasional arm chair; host chair and end tables; Magazine rack; Treadle sewing machine, converted to electric; Oak Veneer bed; Oak Veneer table & 9 chairs; Floor lamps; Table lamp; Electric toaster; Electric mixer; Garden and lawn tools; 21 inch fan; 9 inch fan; % roll away bed; Kitchen utensils; 1 wood chair over 100 yrs. old; 1 rocker, old; plus many more items. This is nice clean furniture. CAR 1952 Dodge Coronet, 4 door automobile. Terms on furniture and car cash and no property to be moved until settled for. ETHEL GARDNER, Owner Spencer Bros. & Ronald Peck, Auctioneers Red Madsen, Clerk

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