The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 35
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16-Algona, (la.) Upper Oes Maine* Thursday, July 20, 1967 '42 Presentation Reunion The class of 1942 of Presentation High School at Whittemore held a 25th anniversary reunion Saturday evening, July 15, beginning with dinner at Charlie's Supper Club here Of the 23 original members who graduated, 17 attended the reunion - and that s pretty fair representation. One class member, Bill Fandel, is deceased. »,,.,,, r , Members in attendance are show here. They are, front row, left to right, Mrs. Fred Fish (Isabel Kelly), Red Oak; Bernice Conway, Los Angeles; Mrs. Marvin Derner (Loretta Kisch), Milford; Mrs. James O'Connor (Maxine Bisenius), Ralston, Nebr.; Mrs. Jerry Zat- loukal (Margaret Rooney) and Mrs. Jack Sturgeon (Kathryn Buscherfeld), Whittemore; Mrs. Merwyn John (Emelene Alig), Valley City, N.D.; Mrs. Leonard Lindsay (Marcella Priester), Albert Lea, Minn.; and Mrs. Florian Neuroth (Letitia Kenne), Ft. Dodge. Back row, left to right, Earl Steier and Art Elbert, Whittemore; Ralph Gengler, Armstrong; Mrs William McGulre (Ruth Youngwirth), West Bend; Mrs. Harry Jorgenson (Mary Jo Kollasch), Mason City; Pat Farrell, Whittemore; Eugene Kenne, Sun Prairie, Wise.; and Francis Fandel, Whittemore. Unable to attend were John Burke, Chicago; Mrs. John Dixon (Jean Higgins), Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. Richard Logan (Marjorie Montag), Milwaukee, Wise.; Sister M. Pierre (Loretta Kollasch), Dubuque; and Mrs. Mike Lloyd (Alice Kollasch), Mason City. Fr. Hyland of Whittemore attended a program that followed and visited with the class members present. (UDM Flashfoto) Telephone Co. Summer Youth Program On According to John Claude, manager of Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. of Algona, and regional director, the company is engaged in a "Summer Youth" program. Any young person in the area wishing summer employment may dial the information operator and ask for "Summer Youth". She then will give the youth a number to call to inquire about jobs which might be available. Mr. Claude, through the Fort Dodge employment office, obtained the names of coordinating or liaison men in Algona and neighboring communities. Larry Knoll is the Algona coordinator. Names of those in other communities may be obtained by calling a local information operator. The program was developed by Bell Telephone Co. following a request from Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, chairman of the President's Council on Youth Opportunity. For the third year, the company has also assured the U. S. Dept. of Commerce that they will participate in the "Youth Opportunity Campaign", in which employers seek to provide work and train- ing experience during the summer for as many young people as possible. Since the Bell system is a large employer of recent high school graduates, many of the youth hired during the summer will continue as permanent employees. According to Mr. Claude, the Algona office is cooperating in many youth projects and hiring young people for summer employment. One example is Glen (Bucky) Buchanan, who worked for the company for several summers. Civil Defense Council Meets in the county. This committee will, when their work is completed, present an over-all plan to the Civil Defense council and to the 12 towns in the county. Henry Boccella, the communications and warning officer from the state Civil Defense office attended the meeting and led the discussion, and answered many questions raised by those in attendance. Wayne Keith reported on the over-all Civil Defense program in the county. Mayor Finn, council chairman, presided at the meeting. Name Officers Leland Grove, Laurens; Mrs. LaVerne Sifrit, Esthervllle; Mrs. Barbara Booth, Spencer; and Dr. R.O, Drown, West Bend. Car Hits Four Poles In Wild Mishap Here A 16-year-old Bode youth, Thomas W. Klsch, sustained lacerations and was treated at St. Ann hospital after the auto he was driving went out of control and struck a telephone pole and three utility poles, including one head-on, at 12:55 a. m. Wednesday. The mishap occurred on North Jones street near its inter section with Elm and city police investigated. The auto was headed south at what police stated was a high rate of speed, went over the curb, brushed three of the poles and hit the fourth solidly. An estimated $500 damage resulted to the auto and the young driver was charged with failing to have control. Library At LuVerne Needs More Money LUVERNE - The LuVerne Library building committee met at the City Hall Friday, July 14, with an architect of Fort Dodge and many others who had submitted bids. The bids for the new proposed library were opened and read and the total exceeded the amount we had proposed for the project. The plan is not being dropped as there are 30 days to study the project. We have gone too far to drop the idea of a new library and we are needing the help of every one in the community and surrounding area. If you haven't already given to the Library or would like to give another gift, please do so in the next few days, every dollar will help. At Burt For 7-County ° em ° women OEO Set-Up The Civil Defense council met at the Burt town hall with representatives from all of the 12 towns in Kossuth county. A total of more than 40 people were present. Better communications and warning systems were the subjects discussed. It is the desire of city and county officials of Kossuth county to be better prepared in case national disaster should strike one of our com- munites. To do this, better planning, better use of the present facilities, plus some needed new equipment will be studied by a committee made up of a representative from each town The board of directors of Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. met July 17 at Emmetsburg. It was the first meeting of the newly- merged seven county OEO area. Each of the seven counties have three members, of whom one third are low income. The counties served are Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Palo Alto and Pocahontas. Elected president of the board for the coming year was James H. Clay comb of Storm Lake. He is a professor of sociology at Buena Vista College. Attorney Joe Straub of Algona was elected vice president. Elected to the executive committee were Ernest Shaffer, Spirit Lake; Rev. The Democratic Women of Kossuth county will hold their monthly meeting July 25 at 7:30 at the Algona Hotel. Following the meeting at 8:30 will be a wig style show given by the hairdressers of Sheakleys Beauty Salon. All guests are cordially invited. ., Grand Opening Kent Feeds, Inc., are having an open house at f Estheryille Sunday, July 23. ' , aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB \ Legal f Notice iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiimniiiinTii ftlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIII iiiiinii JULY SAVINGS BEAUTY SALONS PRICE! ... our famous #2O Zoto Prescription Permanent includes: • haircut! • pre-perm test curl! • shampoo! • fashion set! HELD OVER FOR ONE MORE WEEK ! 109 N. Hall Phone 295-5162 10 Downtown Store Phone 295-3477 vwvvvwvvvvvvwvvvvwvv^^ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY, PROBATE NO. 9033 NOTICE OF HEARING ON SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF AGNES J. WALKER, DECEASED. TO: EDNA L. BROESDER, LEONA A. LOVSTAD, LUELLA McARTHUR, HELEN M. COOPER, LESTER W.WALKER, BERNICE A. WALKER, DENNIS MELVIN WALKER, DIANE SUE FRITZ, BETTY JEAN WALKER, SUSAN MARIE WALKER, AND MICHAEL ALBERT WALKER, AND TO ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED INTHIS MATTER: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the above entitled Court, a Report of Sale of the real estate described as: The Northwest Quarter (NW 1/4) of Section Twenty-five (25), in Township Ninety-six North (96N), Range Thirty West (SOW) of the 5th P, M., at private sale for the sum of $85,600.00, a copy of the sale contract for which is attached hereto. You are further notified that by Order of the above entitled Court this matter has been set down for hearing in the court room of the Court House in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 24th day of July, 1967, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M., at which time and place any person interested therein may file written objections to the entry of an Order approving said sale, and that any person interested in making a higher or better offer for said real estate may appear and bid thereon, after which said property will be approved as sold to the highest bidder, the details and terms of which sale will be more fully explained at said more fully explained at said hearing. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 13th day of July, 1967. /S/ Bernice A. Walker, Executor of the estate of Agnes J. Walker, deceased. (54-55) MEN'S WEAR n ,.«J ~ I :"1"! "fit& •ir ,£<>„ 4 CLEARANCE STARTS THURSDAY, 9 A.M., AT THE HUB CLOTHIERS ! MEN'S SUITS All men's summer suits and a special group of "year-round" suits. Sizes 36 to 44 and formerly priced from $50 to $75 in regular stock. All sizes and the latest styles. 32- MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS All sport coats in stock — including the new summer weights offered at drastic reductions. Sizes 36 to 46. .—88 TO MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS From our regular stock of famous name summer sport shirts — including wash 'n wear and no-iron styles, button-downs or plain collars. All sizes. $288_$088_$488 MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT DRESS SLACKS All new styles — wool and Dacron blends or wash 'n wear. Sizes 29 to 46. Tremendous values on quality men's dress slacks. MEN'S BERMUDA SHORTS All of the latest styles and sizes 29 - 40. MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS All new styles and fabrics. All Sizes. Values to $7.00. MEN'S JEAN-STYLE SLACKS For ^cbrnfortable relaxed wearing. >- Sizes 28 • 36, reg. $5.00. PRICED FROM NOW MEN'S MEN'S r- $388 STRAW HATS SWIM TRUNKS Complete clearance of fine summer hats at big savings* All styles, sizes 30 - 44, Formerly priced at $4.00 up. ALL Price NOW UP BOY'S BERMUDAS AND BOY'S SWIM TRUNKS Sizes 10-20, values to $4.00. ALL PRICED AT ONLY r-il ALGONA, IOWA

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