The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1967
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Win Pair LuVerne's boys and girls downed Corwith-Wesley in boys and girls games at LuVerne Friday night, the boys coming through with an easy 83-52 vie- tory after the girls won, 56-49. Don Bristow led the boys with 26 points and Michele Coyle topped the girls with 24. High scorers f or Corwith-Wesley were Joe Bartlk, 20, boys, and Nancy Funnemark, 29, girls. Algona Colonel Reassigned !: M A f IMI'JS KELTS Two-faced enough to please everyone... - *• 1**• ' * . - J • }*' » Very clever, this handsome, reversible belt in soft, supple cowhide. Paris designs it to blend with his entire wardrobe . . . the rich black reverses to deep .brown. Satin- finish buckle. Priced at ... $ •» The Nicest Gifts Cost Le*s at S & L V I DANTE DIVISION OF SHIELDS JEWELRY THE FINEST NAME IN GIFTS FOR MEN! ® Shine-O-Matic FOR THAT POLISHED LOOK A great grooming gift that keeps on 'giving! This streamlined polisher is easy to handle . . . buffs and cleans shoes to a lasting, sparkling shinel Great low price *plus batteries Travel Utility Kit KEEPS HIM ORGANIZED Zippered vinyl case keeps his shaving needs and toiletries right at his fingertips. A perfect gift for the traveling man or any male on your list who loves to wander. Priced for gifting at Cuff Links and Tie Tao COORDINATED SETS FOR CHRISTMAS Handsome stocking stuffers and tuck-ins. Choose silver or gold finish in neat designs or set with stones. A lasting gift he'll never tire of at a price that's easy on your budget. The Nicest Gifts Cost (.ess at $ ft FREE! 4 INSULATED MUGS WITH YOU FIRST $10 PURCHASE ON YOUR NEW CHARGE ACCOUN WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OHIO - Lt. Col. Paul A. Black, Chief of the Resources Management Branch in the Deputy for Systems Management, at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, has received a new assignment with the Air Force Systems Command at Andrews AFB, Maryland. Colonel Black has been at Wright Patterson since 1962 with the Aeronautical Systems Division, the home of aviation. During his tenure with ASD the C-5A, the worlds largest aircraft has been under development and Air Force fighters were developed and modified to meet new requirements. A native of Algona, and a brother of Hugh Black, Colonel Black attended Algona High School, and earned a BS in history, and a J. D. from the College of Law, at the University of Iowa. He entered the service in 1939. He attended the Command Staff College from 1956 to 1957 and served at Air Force Headquarters as a legislative attorney from 1957 to 1962. He was stationed with the Far East Air Force at Tokyo, Japan from May, 1953 to June, 1956. USA FRAMBACH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frambach, celebrated her 2nd birthday Dec. 7th. Helping her celebrate were the Herman Leeks, Harold Fram- bachs, William Leeks and Sharon, Vern Leek and family, and Art Leeks and Luana. ALGONA MEMBERS of the ninety-voice North Iowa Choral Society are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Huber, Sara and Debbie, Edward and Karl Kiilsholm, Mrs. Jim Chalstrom, and William F. Dau. This organization will give two performances of Handel's "Messiah" in Britt and Forest City. MR. AND MRS. Steve McCall will have as Christmas guests the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCall, Garden Grove, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Card, Early. The Walter McCalls will remain for an extended visit. MR. AND MRS. August Slagle entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joynt, Emmetsburg, Sunday at dinner. It was a birthday observance for Mr. Joynt. MR. AND MRS. Vern Evans plan to spend the Christmas week end at Des Moines with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Houghton. MR. AND MRS. Leo McEnroe arrived home Friday from Las Vegas, Nev. They flew there Nov. 15 to spend a three-week vacation with their daughter, June, who teaches in the public schools there. Another daughter, Nancy, flew to be with them over the Thanksgiving weekend. Nancy is with Braniff Air Lines in Denver, Colo. MR. AND MRS. J. P. Studer recently returned from a three- week trip with a group called the Notre Dame Dad's Club. Places visited were Greece, Jerusalem, Israel, Spain and Portugal. The number who went this year was less than planned as conditions in Jerusalem and Israel were such that they did not want to take any risks. Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Studer, will be home this week from Warrensburg, Mo., where she attends college. She will be here for Christmas. MR. AND MRS. Richard Schneider will have as Christmas weekend guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Schneider of Des Moines. A. M. QUINTARD is home from Rochester, Minn., where he had major surgery a few weeks ago and is recovering nicely. give new service Lighted dial right in the handset! Lets you relax in easy chair or bed as you make call after call. Special recall button restores dial tone in between calls. It's the most modern of telephones, the most thoughtful of Christmas gifts! To order, just call the telephone business office, or ask any telephone employee. Northwestern Bell JEAN SIGSBEE came Saturday from Sarasota, Fla., for a holiday visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Harold Hobson, and relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and others. She has been attending Bradenton College. She is a daughter of the late Esther Pratt Sigsbee and Harlan Sigsbee. Her plans are a little indefinite and she will perhaps remain in Algona. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Strelt spent from Thursday till Sunday at Cedar Rapids with their son Michael and family. Enroute home, they also spent a little time with Mrs. Streit's sister, Mrs. M. W. H. Morling, Emmetsburg, a patient in Methodist hospital. They were also at Veterans Hospital where H. M. Smith is hospitalized following major surgery and there saw Mrs. M. K. Cullen and Betty Streit, who had joined Mrs. Smith. They are from Ft. Dodge. Mr. Smith is not allowed visitors except his wife at brief intervals. Betty Streit of the State Red Cross came on to Algona Monday in her work. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Flaig spent Sunday at Bancroft with the latter's fattier, Arthur Henger. KATIE and Annie Erpelding became residents of Good Samaritan Home I Monday. Thursday, Dec. 14, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molnei-3 MR. AND MRS. Vern Evans have recently been visited by their daughters, Mrs. Vern Houghton, Des Moines, and Mrs. Velma Conlon and Joann, Humboldt. mode o'day # * * * «P <! ** 4 s •* * * * •x* •X* •X- •X- * * •X- GIVE-AWAY 5-Pc. Dinette Set Register Now At Gambles DRAWING DEC. 20 CUP THIS COUPON NAME ADDRESS * * •* * * * * •* * * * * •* * * •X•X- PHONE $295-3411 * 295-3 177 |207 E. STATED JALGONA, IA. J Vv .,_..,_.-. wx»9WWW9WWW A :****************************** The-Friendly Store. ^^^y- " i j "^ Christmas *: denims...go a sporting! \, She'll look great in smooth fitting nylon/cotton denim caprisl Snappy navy I Sizes: 8 to 16 3.99 Sires: 18 to 20 4.99 108 E. STATE ALGONA SAVE NOW ON YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS! Of F Samp GRUNDIG STEREOS & SEWING MACHINES We are now offering for sale all floor sample stereos and sewing machines used for display by our dealers. Some slightly marked - others in perfect shape. All sales on first come, first serve basis. Grundig Stereos Finest stereos in the world today. Made in West Germany and beautifully finished. Many floor samples from which to choose. Various styles and prices. New Home Sewing Machine Famous of all sewing machines now .offered after demonstration use. Ideal present for the homemaker. Excellent machines that can save the family money on clothes. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO ALGONA, IOWA

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