The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona Groups To Host Area College Heads A "Get Acquainted with Algona" event will be held here next Tuesday, sponsored by the board of directors of the Algona Development Corp., assisted by the Chamber of Commerce, the city administration ana the Algona Community School board. Special guests will include representatives of the Iowa Lakes Area College. The out-of-town guests will m*et at the offices of the Chamber of Commerce at 6 p.m., to be taken on a tour of various points of interest in Algona. A dinner at Charlie's Supper Club will start at 7:30 p.m., hosted by the sponsoring group. Purpose of the event is to acquaint others with the possibilities of the facilities available in Algona and the capabilities here. Guests from the area college will include Superintendent Doyle 0. Carpenter; Richard Blacker, vocational director; Dean Parks of Estherville Junior College; and Dean Hoist of Emmetsburg Junior College. Also, members of the college board, who include Jack Tatman, president; and James Coffey, M.D., Wayne Crim, Joseph Graff, Edgar Meyer, Orville Thoreson and Alden Wigdahl. Algona Girl Flight Hostess Agnes Sigsbee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee of Algona, has completed t r a i ning and b een assigned as a hostess on Trans World Airlines (TWA) flights out of O'Hare Airport at Chicago. Miss Sigsbee had been a sec- r e tary before shd entered the Trans World flight hostess school at Kansas City, Mo. She is a graduate of Garrigan High SchooUt Algona. Osteopath Enrollee Patrick G. Frankl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl, has enrolled for the. first year of study at the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Des Moines. The College is one of five osteopathic medical schools in the United States offering a four-year course leading to the Doctor of Osteopathy degree. Mr. Frankl attended Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. Valora Kueck Of Algona Is Engaged VALORA KUECK Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck, rural Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, VaLora May, to Richard Allen Feaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster, Igona. Miss Kueck is a 1967 graduate of Algona High School and is presently employed at N. W. Bell Telephone Co., and Mr. Feaster is employed at Sieg Co. Many LuVerne Students Off To College Students from the LuVerne area have left for the college of their choice. They include Suzanne Dudley, Connie Schnetzer, and Denny Marty - Westmar College, Le- Mars; Ronald Trauger and Dean Trauger, Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Wickett, Clara and Elaine Schnakenberg, Daryl Trauger, Doug Holmes, Zelda Witzel, Richard Wolf, Rita Patterson, Denny Awe, and Gerald Sill, Iowa State University, Ames. Jane Hanselman, David Naffziger and Dawn Lindebak, University of Norther Iowa, Cedar Falls; Paul Gilligan and Tom Steil, University of Iowa, Iowa City; Mrs. Carol Easterhaus, Northwest Missouri State, Mary- villeV Mo.; Gretchen Zentner, Cottey College, Nevada, Mo.; Peggy Burtis, Secretarial school, Omaha, Neb. Linda Rugg, Patricia Stevens School of Modeling, Chicago, 111.; Denny Hanselman, Waldorf College, Forest City; Dale Schipull, Mason City Junior College; Roger Hansen, Ft. Dodge Junior College; Linda Nelson, Morningside College, Sioux City; and Mrs. Collyn DeNio,Mt. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids. Wesley C.D.A. Set To Host Other Clubs WESLEY - C.D.A. held their monthly meeting Sept. 12, with grand regent Mary Rockwood presiding. She announced that members are invited to a workshop at Garner Oct. 1. A C.D.A. retreat will be held in Cedar Rapids Oct. 6-8. Following the business meeting, 500 was played. Winners were Mary Rockwood, Felice Hilbert and Josie Lickteig. Lunch was served by Betty Bode, Mary Weber, Joan Grandgenett, Jane Eisenbacher, Helen Johnson and Irene Peterson. On the entertainment committee were Clara Erdman, Josephine Meurer, Barbara Lickteig, Helen Plathe, Theresa Otis, Mildred Studer and Ruth Schrauth. Oct. 10, the court will entertain officers from Algona, Whittemore, West Bend, Bancroft, St. Joe and St. Benedict. The next business meeting will be held Nov. 14. A workshop will be held here in November. Officers have been invited to St. Joe Sept. 27. - o Joyce Becker has resigned her position in the Exchange State Bank where she had been employed several years. Mrs. Fred Rasmussen entertained the Neighborhood Birthday Club Wednesday in honor of her birthday and that of Mrs. Laura Richter. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond returned Sept. 11 from a week's visit in the home of his sister, the J. F. Johnsons in Milwaukee. The Johnsons celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Sept. 3, with a family dinner party at Milwaukee. The Johnson's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Rinks of Milwaukee, were hosts. Mildred Arndorfer, Marie Doughan, Justine Becker, Marie Lickteig, Josie Lickteig, Maud Studer, Agnes Stevens, Angeline Foertsch, Rita Youngwirth, Erma Kunz and Sally Studer attended the D.C.C.W. meeting of the N.E. and S.E. Deanery at Garrigan in Algona Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fisherback of Austin, Minn, called on Mrs. Justine Becker Sunday. Clarence Nelsons took their daughter Jeanne to Iowa City Friday where she will attend the University to get her masters degree in speech. Mary Beth Nelson, daughter of the Charles Nelsons, is attending Briar Cliff College in Sioux City for her last year and is majoring in history. Mrs. Urban Lickteig began work in the Britt hospital recently. Mrs. Emma Olson re- placed her as assistant cook in St. Joseph's parochial school. Mrs. Pauline Coady of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. James Coady of Burt were Aug. 27 dinner guests in the Herman Bode home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode returned Sept. 11 from a week's outing at Cherokee Village, Ark. Mrs. Bode won the trip thru her registration at the recreation booth at the Iowa State Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Pilkington of Hamilton, HI. spent several days last week with her IGHT .^V '^•^B ^^_4 ^^ MESS REDUCED SPECIALS GOOD ONLY FROM 6:30 - 9:00 P.M. WED. DRESSES Special rack, reg. 5.99 to $8.99 NOW PURSES Reg. $1.99 values ___ NOW NIGHT GOWNS Reduced to HOSIERY 2 pair only SWEATERS Regularly $3.99 NOW 53.99 $1.00 SU9 $1.00 $1.99 Mode-0-Day Shop Mrs. Roy Madison, Owner — Algona, Iowa iawKawB* *«.' >s«< >** >»K >a^^ DURING MOONLIGHT MADNESS . . . PRICES LIKE THESE GIVE STORE MANAGERS NIGHTMARES ! PRICES ON THESE SALE ITEMS GOOD 6:30-9 P.M. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 20, ONLY ! Men's White Shirts, Wash 'N Wear, Long Sleeves, not all sizes, orig. $3 99c One Large Group of Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts, orig. to 3.95 99c Men's White Sweat Shirts, medium size Only, reg. $1.89 99c Counter Full of Men's Sweaters, Last Year's Styles, orig. to $14.95 $4.99 2 - Plaid Sheet Blankets, on Sale for 99c 2 — Prs. of Drapes, on Sale for 99c 7 _ Sets, Stool Cover and Rug 25c Corduroy Remnants, reg. $1 57c yd. Italian Plaids and Stripes, still in full bolts, orig. $2.29 yd. 88c yd. Small Lot of 80-Square Percale, 4 yds. __ $1 Wool Bolt Goods, orig. $1.99 yd 99c yd. Bath Towels by Well-Known Manufacturer, very large size, solid colors and prints, irregulars, $3,95 if perfect 99c A Few Hand Towels To Match 66c Wash Cloths To Match (Some) 23c 100 PAIRS OF LADIES SHOES - VALUES TO $10.95 - 99c - SERVE YOURSELF WE'RE TOO SLEEPY TO WRITE ANY MORE - COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THE SPECIALS ALL OVER OUR STORE ! YOUR SELECTION FREE IF CLERK FALLS ASLEEP WHILE SERVING YOU I grandmother, Mrs. Mary Peters. Vincent Fish was admitted to the Britt hospital, Sept. 9. Mrs. Marie Doughan entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Betty Bode was high scorer. Mrs. Viola Studer will have the next party. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode have purchased the L.H. Klein home and will move from their farm this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Klein moved some time ago into their newly-built home in Spirit Lake. TuMdoy, S«pt. W, 1967 Alflona (la.) Upptr DM St. Joseph's Guild will meet Sept. 26. A potluck dinner will be served at 6:30. This will also be a shower for the sisters of St. Joseph's parochial school. CABBAGE Near Griswold, Mrs. Ted Houser has grown some immense cabbages this season, the largest head weighing 27 pounds with a l&-lnch diameter. For Luxury Accommodations... For Budget Rates... For Resort- Easily Accessible to All Highways For Convenience For Friendliness like Atmosphere Cluldfen umjri I.' I HI I in nine loom »ilh Adulli. NANCY FROCK Hade to Wear Anywhere Nancy Frock STILL JUST PENNY-PACKERS JERSEYS $10.98 to $17.95 Exciting dark prints — the ncwett fall colors. Half and reg. sizes. • t • ( Moonlife Madness Specials WED. NITE - 6:30 to 9:00 Elite Hat Shop I 204 E. STATE ALGONA HARRISON'S SUPER SPECIALS GOOD ONLY 6:30 - 9:00 P.M., WED. ! MISSES CANVAS OXFORDS FRESH BRACH'S [CHOCOLATES ALL VARIETIES REG. 69cLB. £gfl Afl 2 IBS. * UU AERO-MIST ROOM DEODORIZER REG. 49c - ALL SCENTS SHORT SLEEVE Sweat Shirts ALL SIZES ALL COLORS Reg. $1.98 Value H» <r*Z&r ANACIN REG. $1.33 SIZE INSIDE LATEX PAINT 90 COLORS 2 GAL. 210 YD. SKEIN REG. $1.19 CONTACT DECORATOR PAPER REG. 49c ENTIRE STOCK LADIES' DUSTERS TONI HOME PERMANENT REG. $2.00 CAN YD, $2.98 and $3.98 values OFF SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY JUMBO 1 CANS HARRISON'S * ALGONA'S UUUMNG VARIETY STOW

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