The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1967 · Page 12
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January 1st Reutzel and Petlis will take office. We predict the town trucks will be tuned every week, everybody's motor will be wound tight, Jesse James will move back to Lone Rock and Mayor Nelson will resign! WILSON'S ALL MEAT WIENERS Ib. WILSON'S ASSORTED COLD CUTS Ib. CAMPBELL'S PORK 'N BEANS No. 2 $1 cans GENO'S PIZZA each OYSTER CRACKERS ** 23* HORMEL'S CHILI CON CARNE 16 oz. fin TOMATO JUICE HI LAND'S POTATO CHIPS * twin pac 49 BORDEN'S CHIP DIP (oz. conf. |) MONARCH POPCORN lib. bag VHRRBv ^^BMBH^^^^ ^^^I^^H^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^K CARDINAL STORE WE GIVE GIFT HOUSP STAMPS BURT, IOWA we GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS ACTION Thursday, DM. 28, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-13 HOORAY: Christmas vacation in progress! The students left AHS in good spirits as the talent show brought a close to a long, hard week of study. The \\lnners were as follows: first placement to the fabulous "Sound ". Mem- l>ers of the rock group include Jim Utt, Gary Hagen, Jim Harris and Gary Jones. Second place was given to Linda and Judy, a singing duet with some very well prepared songs. The two girls were Linda Ruhnke and Judy Scobba. Third place went to Charlene Carlson who played a solo on the piano. Many fine young, talented students participated in this annual show. - o - HIGH school art classes were treated to an art show held at the Security State Bank last Monday. Some of the students gathered around the gum ball machine as well as the paintings. - o - A little action went on in one of the first period Spanish classes as a few gals decided to have a strike. It did work for a while but it was broken up later. - o - IN intramural basketball last week, the Warriors beat the Shockers, 2-0. Yes, a basketball game with a total of 2 points I But it was a forfeit. - o - MRS. Kalar's English classes had a wonderful time preparing for Wednesday's Christmas parties. Each class had its own Santa Glaus. The Fantastic Four were Ron Matz, Rick Chase, Steve Merryman, and jolly old Ernie Wolter. rew Yoch, West Bend, medical; dismissed: Dennis Hobscheidt, LuVerne. DEC. 24 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 11 1/2 oz.; admitted: Anna Mousel, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Dennis Lichter and baby, Algona. DEC. 25-Admitted: Nancy Welton, Algona, T & A. DEC. 26-Admitted: Bruce Hackbarth, Whittemore, T & A; Ann Reding, Irvington, T & A; William Berte, Lynne Baldwin, Algona, T &• A; expired,- Thomas Trenary, Burt. 'US \ \. THE game of the week last Friday was the Algona-Clear Lake game. Two live broadcasts were given. The only- part most of us didn't like was the Algona defeat. - o - THE annual Sno-Ball dance was given last weekend which turned out nicely. The "Leaves of Grass" provided the tunes. - o - MANY familiar faces were in town last week as the college groovers returned home. It seems like AHS students are teeny boppers 1 - o - MR. Hettleton's sophomore biology classes were given a Christmas present last week and this one wasn't a quiz. Ned showed the students his hunting trip slides from all over the country. You should have seen the one where he was a Hippie I HAPPY NEW YEAR I Algonan Will Wed Davenport Girl In June Steve Skilling, Phillip Struthers, Mary Myers, Jeff Koob, Jack Sindelar, Jeff Miller, Kevin Ballard, Randy Buscher, Allan Ulfers, Dennis Peterson, Mitch Kleingartner, Steve Sheakley, Paul Martin, Kevin Wagner, Fred Struthers, Kurt Lytle, Richard Ringsdorf, Randy Nielson, Scott Dodds, David Doughan, Dennis Hansen, Charles Reding, Tim Plaehn, Kirk Will, Mark Kinsman, Scott Allen, Robbie Jorgenson and Ian Davison. The new Scouts started their winter camping with a camp-out Nov. 4-5 on the island at Kossuth County lake just north of Algona. The boys will pick up the Christmas trees here Jan. 6 at 4 p. m. This will be their good turn to the community for the month. DONNA BLEU The engagement of Donna Blieu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blieu, Davenport, and Larry Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt, Algona, has been announced. A June 15, 1968 wedding is being planned at Davenport. Both are seniors at University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. Ex-Algona Man To Practice At Buffalo Center A former Algona young man, Dr. Dennis J. Richey, has entered the practice of chiropractic at Buffalo Center. He had been associated with another chiropractor, Dr. Ron Masters, who has moved to Mason City, and Dr. Richey has taken over the entire practice. He is a 1965 graduate of Palmer School in Davenport, took postgraduate work in Minneapolis, and practiced in Iowa Falls. He is a graduate of Algona High, when the family lived here at that time. 29 New Scouts For Troop 70 Boy Scout Troop #70, Algona, held its last meeting of 1967 Dec. 19. Forty-eight members of the troop were held spellbound as Ian Davison, scout from Australia, gave a very interesting program on scouting there. Twenty-nine Scouts have joined the troop during the fall roundup. These include Tom Kolp, NEWS One Issue Next Week There will be only one issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines next week, that to be the Thursday publication. Council Meeting Algona's city council was to meet Wednesday evening. There was a possibility of some discussion on matters pertaining to county ambulance and communication service, Mayor Bill Finn said. iiiHtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiimiuuiiiiiiiitHiffliiiifliiiiiii DEC. 16 - Admitted: Maur- enius Hansen, Irvington, medical; Louisa F. Murphy, Algona, medical; Cynthia Long, Algona, T & A; Florence Valentine, Algona, medical; dismissed; Mrs. Everett Broesder and baby, Wm. Carlson, Algona; John P. Steier. DEC. 17 -Admitted: Murray Mowers, Algona, medical; dismissed : Mrs. Earl Elmore and baby, /Igona; transferred to Mason City, Murray Mowers. DEC. 18 - Birth- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thies, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 13 1/2 oz.; Allan Bonde, Kate Stephenson, Algona, medical; Stephen Vaske, Bancroft, medical; Dean Luke, Eagle Grove, accident; dismissed: Mrs. Bertha Welp, Bancroft; Cynthia Long, Algona; Rosemary Foertsch, Wesley. DEC. 19 -Admitted: Terry Zwiefel, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Wm, Rahir. and baby; LeRoy Lau, Allan Bonde, Algona. DEC. 20 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lichter, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 14 oz.; admitted: Ida Leffert, Algona, fracture; dismissed : Mrs. Nettie Fisher, Burt. DEC. 21 - Dismissed : Tom Verhuel, Terry Zwiefel, Algona, Dean Luke, Eagle Grove; Edward Youngwirth, Whittemore; transferred to Good Samaritan, Simon Henry, Algona; transferred to Mason City, Mrs. Ida Leffert. DEC. 22 - Dismissed : Mrs. Floyd Thies and baby; Mrs. Louise Murphy, Algona; Stephen Vaske, Bancroft. DEC. 23 - Birth; Mr. wd Mrs. John Altman, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 5 oz.; admitted; And- United Fund of Algona Annual Meeting January 9, 1968 - 7 p.m. Kossuth County Court House Assembly Room Public Invited. Let the lightest of hope shine forth, for peace in the new year. To our faithful and cherished friends, our best wishes for a healthy and prosperous 1968. Druggists Mutual Insurance Company May the New Year bring to you and yours lofs of good cheer, and may ail your hopes be fulfilled. We would like to thank our many friends for their loyal patronage. Good cheer to all! KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN, Algong, Iowa

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