The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 35
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
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14—Atjona, (la.) Upper Des Moine« Thursday, July 27, 1967 Cuties At Arts And Crafts Skin Diving— An Unusual Stress Cause skin ili\itm I'liiliusin^ti :intiiinint: ilmu-JtuK "f new rciruii". I .11 ll Mllllllll I I lldllVltllls (if \1IIII ic .111^ "f .ill ;ii. r ' < and fin! h M.A<'< .in The arts and crafts program, held at Bryant School and sponsored by the city of Algona, has been quite popular for a number of years. The response, at least in number of children attending, has never been greater than this summer. A couple of groups of children attending are shown here. In the top picture, seated around the table taking part in finger painting, are from left clockwise, Kristine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kueck; Kitty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bescli; Anita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darold Simmons; Mary Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Prentice; Lora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson; Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Winkel; Jenifer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Forbes; and Julie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Cagwin. In the photo below, seated at the table clockwise, are from left, Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagner; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Godden; Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen; Shelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo; Debbie and Sheryl, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Darold Simmons; Kristy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mennecke; Laura, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Goodson; Kathy, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Gotten; and Dee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Cagwin. A study of the faces and expressions on many of the faces of the girls indicates the seriousness of the project - and also might prove the area is producing some would-be artists. (UDM Flashfotos) |il(ninu hikes ;mil streams ftom the v .nitii^c 'if the lislies. 1 nun the inedk.'il standpoint plivsii iaiii sa\ thai (lmn|> makes demands on the lio<l\ \\hiih are unlike those met alinxe the SIM fact-. \a\inatinK under water is lir,i\\ exertion and those uilli res pn.iloix problems or heart and Mood xessel disease should not attempt it. saxs Today's Health, the ma^a/ine of the American Mediial Association. Diving is ruled out for those xvilh perforated ear drums. Kar plu^s arc for surface swimming only and should not he used for dixing because of water pressure. The depth changes also require that sinuses and ears be in good shape to equalize the pressure. Asking your doctor to evaluate your fitness for diving is a precaution that xvill pay dividends. Along with good health, the potential diver should be a better than average swimmer. A moderately skilled swimmer can dive with SCUBA equipment, but in an emergency the swimming skills born of long practice and good physical conditioning may mean the difference between survival and death. Never dive alone, the AMA advises. Use a buddy system and be certain that your buddy is competent and trustworthy. Learn to use artificial respiration and see that your buddy knows it. Plan your dives. Know where you're going, how deep and how long you can stay under. Work out a system of underwater communication signals for emergencies. Never dive when you are overly tired, have a cold or are just not feeling well. Use quick release buckles on weight belts or SCUBA harness. You may need to cut loose and surface quickly. Don't indulge in horseplay and take needless risks. Watch out for boats while in the water. The power boat skipper may not know you're there. Watch your depth. Pressures mount rapidly as you descend. Don't hold your breath while ascending. Air will expand inside your lungs and should be allowed to bubble out as you are coming up. BARGAINS FROM YE OLD HOUSE OF FASHIONS We're Wild about our rediculous specials ON OUR SIDEWALK • ON OUR MAIN FLOOR • ON OUR SECOND FLOOR • AND EVERYWHERE ! When we go ridiculous, we really go ridiculous! And for this wild weekend event, we have combined the COMPLETE SUMMER STOCK of both our stores — Algona and Emmetsburg. Everything must go ! Hundreds and hundreds of items at unbelievable prices I m ALGONA Scholarship For Susan Rentz Of Algona •"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiniiiii LOCALS MR. AND MRS. Jim Chalstrom are leaving Friday for a vacation trip to Canada and plan to visit Expo '67 \vhile there. MR. AND MRS. Dean Anderson, Minneapolis, were guests at the parental John Kissner home over the weekend. MR. AND MRS. F. A. Bunting had as guests over the weekend her sister, Mrs. Emma Olson, Courtland, Minn., and her brother, Clarence Meyer, also from Courtland. JACK WILLIAMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams, Algona, spent the weekend with his parents and returned Monday to Des Moines, where he is temporarily employed. He plans to travel to California tovisithisbrother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herbst, in the near future. Jack graduated from Drake University in Des Moines this spring. Sis.m Je^nutk' Rentz, d.iugh- tcr of Mr. .ind Mrs. Russell Hentz, a recipient of a $400 .scliol.irsiiip -.w.inl from the Stile of lovu Higher Education Facilities Commission. Susan will attend D"ake University in the full. ^jjHas^iasast^^^vv^^ rSMITH-CORONA GALAXIE DELUXE IT'S THE WORLD'S FASTEST NON-ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, NOW WITH POWERSPACE • Jeweled Main Bearing r^^JP^^^^HV^ ' H^W* 1 ? 11 ' to insure long-lasting '8r E ^59513lHHBi I all '? teel Tnm ! ine factory-new precision ^'SSXme! • Changeable Type™ ••W r .^^^^^T?^ t/-? A * Lots of deluxe adds a new dimension »/' T^-i^S^ i*A^fc ' features... and a to your keyboard— m I^^p^y-Vj^ I P arantee tnat J an l , SEE NEW FEATURES . . . CHOOSE NEW COLORS ... SEE ALL THE NEW SMITH-CORONA PORTABLES HERE! UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. ALGONA Redikalus Prices! ON MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR AT The HUB CLOTHIERS (Both inside and outside the store.) SAVINGS UP TO 80%! Limited quantities — so come early for top selections. IB A R GA I"N "G oo 5" OUT s I"D E VR faAY_ ONLY M 1H Mi MM HI MM MB MB MB i^H. •• ^M ^M ^H ^H ^H ^M •• ^^ ^M ^w ^™ Shoes ( men ' $ ° n iy) Sweaters Sport Shirts Jackets Plus these top-quality values from our Summer Clearance Sale: ! B A R"G A! N" V6 OD" "^sjTpLirJBOTTT - dress straw hats COMPLETE CLEARANCE 65 summer and "year round" suits. Sizes 37-46 in regulars, shorts longs. - men's suits 532 t. $39 - sports coats - Complete stock of fashionable men's and young men's sport coats, REDUCED UP TO 50%. PRICE PRICED FROM $16.88 - men's swimwear fe Bermudas $199 ALL PRICED AT ONLY - men's jean style slacks - summer dress slacks All new styles. Wool and dacron blends or wash and wear fabrics. Sizes 29-46, BIG VALUE FROM $6.88 sizes 28-36 reg, $5.00 NOW $388 HUNDREDS OF MORE BARGAINS MARKED RIDICULOUSLY LOW. HUGE SELECTION OF QUALITY WEAR. men's short sleeve - sport shirts F Rot2«oo MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Values to $7.00 ALL LEUTHOLD^ILLIAMS ALGONA.IOvVA

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