j Entered as second class matter at the postofflce at Alpona Town! j 150511), Nov. 1. 1932. under Act of <~on(fresK of March 3. 187!) I I Algona Twins Will Graduate At St. Paul BETTY BRAY PATRICIA BRAY Twin sisters from Algona will graduate from the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Sunday, May 28. They are Elizabeth (Betty) and Patricia M. Bray, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Bray, Algona. They will each receive a bachelor of arts degree, Elizabeth majoring in the field of elementary education, while Pat- ESTABLISHED 1665 ricia is majoring in business ana sociology. Betty was vice-president of public relations of the Minnesota region of the National Federation of Catholic College students for three years and for two years was on the staff of Wheel, college newspaper. She plans to teach in Lakewood, Colo. Patricia was general chairman of Parents' Weekend; general chairman of the Jr.-Sr. ball; general chairman of the All-College calendar; social affairs chairman for the College of St. Catherine in 196&-67. She will be working as a receptionist for Senator Walter Mondale in Washington, D. C. following graduation. Natural Gas Okayed For Area Towns Friday, the Federal Power Comm. gave final approval for natural gas service to the towns of Wesley, Lone Rock, Fenton, Ringsted and Yale. The towns will be served by North Central Public Service Co. Construction has started in Lone Rock and will start soon in the other towns. Natural gas is expected to be available in late August or the 1st of September. Is Re-Elected William Kraft, Algona, Weid- enhoff Employees Credit Union, and Mrs. Betty Hathaway, Fort Dodge, New Idea Employees Credit Union, were re-elected president and secretary-treasurer, respectively, of the Second district Chapter of Credit Unions at the annual meeting held Thursday night at Fort Dodge. FLIER Montezuma's leading lady pilot and flight instructor, Mrs. Hazel Sigafoose participated in the Texas National Air Races near Ft. Worth May 13, 14 and 15. Hazel was one of seven women invited to fly in the national race. &lgona Upper Jflotne* AHS Grads Give Plans For The Future According to information from high school officials, Algona High's 104 seniors, slated to receive diplomas June 1 during commencement exercises, have their sights set on, a variety of vocations in the future. Some plan to attend colleges and universities, some will have jobs here and elsewhere, some will enter the armed services, etc. Here is what they have indicated they plan to do: Diane Allen, North Central Public Service Co. steno; Sheri Baker, modeling school in Chicago; Sharon Barber, marriage; Gregg Belts, engineering at ISU; Bill Boldridge, business administration at SCI; Lester Brlggs, U. S. Navy; Harlan Brown, pharmacy at Wayne State, Nebr.; Leland Brown, Job; Rosemary Bullock, commercial plastic tech. course at ISU; Dave Camp, U. S. Air Force. Darla Carr, accountant at Chrischilles store; Terry Chamberlain, U. S. Army; Don Clapsaddle, U. S. Navy; Tom Claude, accountant course at Luther College; Vernon Cole, auto and body repair; Chris Conn, college, business administration; Greg Cook, business administration at SUI; Dan Danielson, U. S. Navy; Connie Darbyshire, ISU; Jim Davis, auto, body trade school. BUI Deal, ISU; Robert Elbert, job; Nancy Elmore, Estherville Junior College; Craig Espe, teaching course at Mason City JC; Bob Farnham, engineering at ISU; Evelyn Ferguson, business school; Jane Eraser, pre-nursing, SUI; Linda Frederick, job at Community State Bank In Minnesota; Marsha Friedrich, Patricia Stevens School; Joe Gatton, road construction job. Thomas Gatton, U. S. Navy; Dennis Georg, engineering, ISU; David Gerber, Air Force Academy; Calvin Haahr, broadcasting, TV, ISU; SandyHarmes, Drake University; Becky Hemmingsen, Estherville JC; Jerry SAVE FOR THE UNEXPECTED Who knows what the future holds in store? Be sure you're ready for anything with a growing savings account at this association. Save with insured safety and earn liberal dividends, too. Your future will look twice as good with a savings account here. 2 KINDS OF SAYINGS PUNS ON NEW 6 MONTH SAVINGS CERTIFICATES These certificates are issued in amounts of $1,000 or multiples of $1,000. They are perfect for the investor with larger sums of money who wants to earn a high return with maximum safety. They earn from the day you invest. Earnings are paid each six months from date of issue. ON CONVENIENT PASSBOOK SAVINGS This is the best all-around savings plan for everybody — the best way to have money available when you need it ... the best way to build small sums into large. Dividends are paid twice a year. Put any amount into your account . . . any time. Save by the 15th of any month . . . earn from the Istl Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Awwnt. Polly Iniurttf to $11,000 fcvtali-liY* From Th» ISth - Kirn From Th» I Cntifl«ttM«ttn from Th« Dty You Invert IINCI If \f « ALOONA, IOWA INSURED Savincs Accounts insured up to $15,000 by F ederal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Hentges, job; Linda Hentges, job; Linda Hunt, work or practical nursing; Daryl Johnson, animal science technology, ISU. Roger Johnson, biology, ISU; Tom Kain, business management, AIB; Warren Kellenberger, farming; Suzanne Kent, Strayer JC, Washington, D.C.; Donna Kenyon, medical technologist, Mankato; Bonita Kiilsholm, teacher of special ed, SCI; Virginia Klein, teacher, Buena Vista; Barbara Knudsen, math, Luther College; VaLora Kueck, job, NW Bell Telephone; Jean Kunkel, Estherville JC. Joyce Kunkel, Estherville JC; Brooke Laws, architectural drafting, SCI; Linda Lovstad, SCI; Paul McBride, Cornell College; Terry McKean, college; Evonne Maahs, Estherville JC; Bea Kay Marshall, Estherville JC; Roger Menneke, armed services; MerlynMetzger, farming; Dean Meyer, job at Gene's DX, Whittemore. Dennis Miller, Wartburg College; Rose Mino, ISU; Nancy Moe, Buena Vista; Duane Monson, job at No. la. Appliance; Kathryn Morz, Macalaster; Larry Munger, college; Sharon Nold, teacher, SCI; Marianne Ostwinkle, AIB; Marilyn Paetz, SUI; Mike Parsons, job. Alberta Pergande, Hamilton, Mason City; Linda Pfeffer, job; Elaine Pooch, Ft. Dodge JC; Ronald Presthus, armed forces; Steve Putney, service; Dlanne Reefer, Estherville JC; Susan Rentz, Drake University; Bettie Riedel, LaJames Beauty School; Don Riedinger, industrial arts, SCI; Bruce Ritchie, SCL David Ruhnke, college; Bryce Sampson, Midwest Printing, Algona; Connie Schultz, Buena Vista; Gary Schultz, U. S. Air Force; Cyndl Schumacher, La- James Beauty School; James Schutter, St. Olaf College; Karen Seely, college; Brenda Sjogren, Central Missouri State; Carol Sloniker, SUI; Greg Snere, SCI; Tom Snyder, SCI; Sutlra Soi Pet, science, college. Irene Strlckler, job; Roberta Thompson, job; Margaret Utt, Mankato State College; Sue VI- pond, Estherville JC; Colin Voigt, U. S. Army; Steve Waller, Drake University; Dan Wehr- span, college; Lark Whittemore, SUI; Roger Wildln, Mason City JC; Mary Willrett, Coe College; Judy WoMer, job, Druggists Mutual; Clint Young, college. Dorothy Bormann Engaged To Wed DOROTHY BORMANN Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann of St. Joe announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Teresa to Mr. James S. Shomaker of Atlanta, Georgia, son of Mrs. Carlo Ray of Costa Mesa, Cal. and Mr. J. S. Shomaker of June Lake, Cal. Miss Bormann Is a graduate of St. Joseph's High School, St. Joe, and Clarke College, Dubuque. She also attended the University of Americas, Mexico City, Mexico. Mr. Shomaker Is a graduate of Newport Harbor High School, Newport Beach, Cal. He attended Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California, and Chapman College, Orange, California. He Is currently serving with the United States Army. Having recently completed a tour of duty In Vietnam, he is now assigned to the Data Processing Center at Fort McPherson, Georgia. The wedding will take place June 23 In St. Joseph's Catholic Church, St. Joe. SUI Awards Kathryn Morz, Marilyn Paetz and Carol Sloniker, Algona; Douglas DeGroote, Corwith; Candace Vaudt, Fenton; Janell Newbrough , Lone Rock; William Mlno, Ledyard; and Tomas Stell, LuVerne, are among 540 high school seniors awarded merit scholarships by the University of Iowa recently. The awards ranged from $100 to $340 for tuition at the university and go to seniors who rank In the top 25 percent of their graduating classes. One down - one to go (Only one 4-wheel-drive GMC pickup left!) 3swn T-" •. "tiK^fawwKtaasj dtm&SftfK '-f"."w*tV-.»"w rS»ii«-,c ,,K"' v..y^,£Stes*i'!53WB 1 *s» lF' v; wll I'SSi a^sfiMs Richard Farquhar knows his trucks. That's why he didn't wait long when he saw last week's ad for two 4-wheel-drive GMC pickups. Mr. Farquhar is shown above accepting the keys to his new % ton GMC from Joe Bradley, Jr. (right). That leaves us with only one 1967 GMC 4-wheel-drive pickup - a powerful, all-purpose unit built to last. Richard Farquhar purchased this truck for Sunny Slope Farms, Inc., Garner, of which he is the president. His father, George P. Farquhar, is secretary-treasurer and Richard's son, John D., is the vice-president of this progressive farming operation. Basically a large livestock business, Sunny Slope is located 8 miles southwest of Garner. The Farquhar's operate 1000 acres of cropland and 500 acres of grassland, while marketing 500 head of cattle and 2000 head of lambs. They also farrow and market 1000 head of hogs each year. You can see that Sunny Slope Farm, Inc. has their work cut out for them . . . and plenty of work for the four GMC trucks in their fleet. This latest 4-wheel-drive unit marks the eleventh GMC purchase for the Farquhar firm. We at Joe Bradley Equipment are proud to number Sunny Slope Farms, Inc. among our good customers. And we value the friendship of progressive, dedicated men like the Farquhars. Ready-Mix Trucks Cattle Trucks Road Construction Trucks General Construction Trucks All-Purpose Farm Trucks The Truck you need for your job Let Us Design a GMC for You "AUTHORIZED GMC DIESEL AND TORO-FLOW DIESEL SALES & SERVICE DEPARTMENT" GMC SERVICE GMC PARTS GMC SALES "General Motors-trained men in every department" JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona IHHMBH1 Took Tour The U-Go-I-Go clothing club took a tour through the Chris- chilles Store May 17. They were shown all different types of materials, patterns, along with many other things. After that they went to the S & L Store and looked at their material. Leader is Mrs. Lupkes. ANNIVERSARIES Two of the Myers brothers, both of Marengo, and thtir wives, celebrated their golden wedding anniversaries at family gatherings April 23 and May 3. HonkyTonks. The Art Institute. Bug House Square. The Symphony Grant Park. The Water Tower. Oak Street Beach. The Loop. Marshall Field's. The Magnificent Mile? Old Town. The River. " FROM THE SHERATON- CHICAGO, NO MORE THAN 10 MINUTES AWAY. THE SHERATON CHICAGO See Chicago Weekend Special only $ • > diy P" p" Mn mdoubl«occup«n- cy Thu ot!«i n jood Ftidty »m) .. sindiy chectoul hat b.en .»tended to 5 P nv But we'd appreciate your reservation in advance. So wecan guarantee you a room. You see, we're a very popular hotel. We're In the center of everything. Halfway between the fabulous downtown shops and the hilarity of the Rush Street entertainment district. Wherever you're going, you're closer to it and it costs less by taxi cab. And whileyou're in Chicago you may want to go ta the race track or to seea major league ball game. Unless, of course, you don'tfeel like leaving the Sheraton-Chicago. Many folks don't. There's just too much to do there. There's a free TV set in your room. And Chicago has 8 channels from which you can dial your pleasure. There's a free FM radio with 33 stations. There's an Olympic-sized swimming pool. Also free. There are 6 restaurants, 2 lounges and 2 shows. And there's a cocktail waiting for you in the Golliwog Room at half price. No charge for children. And we'll park your car for nothing. Break your routine. Begin your next week with a weekend at the Sheraton-Chicago. Call your nearest Sheraton.Hotel for reservations today. Or write Dept. M-l, Sheraton-Chicago, 505 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611. Be sure and ask for your weekend by this name: The Sheraton- Chicago "See Chicago" Weekend Special. And see something different for a change. SHERATON- CHICAGO HOTEL 505 N. Michigan Avt. on the Magn/«c«nt MUf.
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