The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1967 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1967
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Art Award To Algonan John Hamilton, Garrigan High School student, won the Grand Award over all during the annual Sidewalk Art Show here Friday. He is shown here with the winning painting and is holding the trophy which was made available for the first time this year by the sponsoring Retail Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce. His painting was entitled "Design." Other winners included the following, first, second, etc.: Adult Class - Painting, Mrs. Bob Bauer, Mason City; Ferris Hundertmark, Bode; Mrs. Leanne Bednarz, Bancroft; and Gary Rusk, Algona; Watercolor, Val Fuhrmann, Livermore; Mrs. Bob Bauer; Val Fuhrmann; Drawing, Jane Hanselman, LuVerne; Gary Rusk; Linda Becker, Bode; Sculpture, Charlotte Christie, Garner; Bless Rusk, Algona; Jane Hanselman; Crafts, Marlene Walker, Emmetsburg; Linda Becker; Mrs. H. S. Montgomary, Algona; Mrs. L. L. Snyder, Algona; Collage, Jane Hanselman; Catherine Wagner, Mason City; Val Fuhrmann. Student Division - Painting, John Studer, Algona; Tim Boekelman, Algona; Susan Rentz, Algona; Watercolor, Randy Bilyeu, Algona; Tom McGuire, West Bend; Jerry Elbert, Algona; Mary Dearchs, Algona; Drawing, Jack Dahlhauser, West Bend; Tom McGuire; Susan Rentz; Larry Reding, Irvington; Sculpture, Susan Rentz; Lee Ann Schenck and Debbie Benson, Algona; Timothy Klilsholm, Algona; Wayne Frideres, Algona; Crafts, Ronald Ricke, Wesley; Bonlta Kiilsholm, Algona; Pete Frank!, Algona; Brocke Laws, Algona; Photography, David Belsell, Algona; Judy Bollig, Fenton; Collage, Jeanne Ewen, Algpna; Karen Fuchsen, Wldtte- more; Jeanne Ewen. (UDM Newsfoto) Tuesday, June 13, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-9 Herman Donfje Of Swea City Dies June Ex-LuVerne Lady Passes June 5 In Minnesota Mrs. Alex Miller, 82, Dodge Center, Minn., former LuVerne resident, died June 5 in a hospital at Owatonna, Minn. Funeral services were held Saturday at 1 p.m. at Bethleham Lutheran Church in Mason City with burial at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens, Algona. Surviving are her husband, three sons and seven daughters, 32 grandchildren and 64 great- grandchildren. Two sons and a daughter preceded her in death. Former Algona Resident Dies In Indiana A former Algona resident, the former Marilyn Fuller, 43, died suddenly in her home at Vincennes, Ind., Thursday, May 25. She was Mrs. Jim Schroyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller, Sr., Spencer, former longtime residents. She had entertained two small grandchildren that afternoon, suffered a nosebleed and died of a stroke shortly after. Funeral services were held A 69-year-old Swea City resident, Herman Dontje, died June 6 at a Mason City hospital. He was hospitalized following a lingering illness. Mr. Dontje was born Feb. 17, 1898 in Bellngwaide, Netherlands. Funeral services were held Friday at 2 p. m. in the First Reformed church, Buffalo Center, with burial at Olena Mound Cemetery, Buffalo Center. Winter Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Dontje is survived by three sons, Arnold and Donald of Buffalo Center and John of Swea City ; three daughters, Mrs. Delores Kettwick of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Martha Millsap of Estherville, and Mrs. Janice VanderZwaag of Alton. May 27 at Vlncennes. The parents of Spencer, a brother Bill of Ft. Dodge, and a sister Enid, Mrs. Bob Coors of California, all flew to Indiana for the funeral. Mrs. Schroyer's husband died about 18 months ago of a heart attack. There is one daughter, Penny, Mrs. Paul Stevens of Vincennes. HELP WANTED MEN & WOMEN - BOYS & GIRLS FOR CONTRACT DETASSELING 290 Acres of Seed Corn to detassel within 3 miles of Algona as well as other locations. If you are interested in about two weeks work during a period from about July 5th to August 10th, contact the plant office now so arrangements can be made best suited for you. PIONEER HI-BRED CORN COMPANY ALGONA PHONE 295-2481 Former Algona Lady Passes At Mason City Word was received Monday of the death of (Amelia)Mrs. Marion Burbank, 67, in Mercy hospital, Mason City. Death was due to a heart attack. She and Mr. Burbank had been here as guests of Audrey Frye, May 21, and Mrs. Burbank suffered a fainting spell from which she soon recovered. The following day she was taken to Mercy hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Post visited her there briefly May 24 but was given only a few minutes to see her and give her some flowers. Death came Monday afternoon. She is survived by Mr. Burbank, who is employed at Younkers, Mason City, a daughter Glendora, Eugene, Ore.,adaugh- ter (Doretta) Mrs. Howard Graves, Coon Rapids, and Lyle, Maquoketa. Mrs. Burbank's maiden name was Larson and she was born in North Dakota. They moved to Mason City many years ago, but have kept in close contact. Final Meeting The last meeting for the 19GG- 67 club year of the Cresco Mother Glut) will be held June 14 at the home of Mrs. George Wildin with Arlene Simon and Madeline Priebe assisting. COMPARE THIS MOWER COMET DRIVE-IN Now-Erids Tuesday JUNE 13th ''Devils Angels" and "Operation Snafu" STARTS WEDNESDAY Tony Curtis m "So Long Baby" and "This Property Is Condemned" with any other mower regardless of price! NO OTHER MOWER HAS ALL THE FEATURES A SNAPPER COMET GIVES YOU. Snapper Comet mowers are unexcelled for ease of handling and comfort for the operator . .. and they are unexcelled in mechanical features, too. Big 5 to 8 HP gasoline engines (some with electric starters); all steel construction; completely enclosed transmission; 5 speeds forward plus reverse . . . and lubricated for life. Instant cutter height adjustment 1" to 4". 26", 30", 41" sizes. We invite you to compare Comet with any other ri.ding mower. TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN! CHUCK BEHR'S STANDARD 295-3372 ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY. JUNE 14th PAUL NEWMAN Congratulations NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. (Additional Units) ON HAVING INSTALLED THE AEROTRON 2-WAY FM MOBILE RADIO SYSTEM. Radio dispatched vehicles will now provide better-than- ever service to customers. ELECTRONICS SPECIALTIES Algona BUSINESSMEN: Find out how you can use 2-way radio in your business. Call today (or convincing demonstration.

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