The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 5
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WALT DISNEY'S r - "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" mining THURSDAY emd funning thru TUESDAY, treat meeting place, tj weil, north arid South; gel together and exchange,infdma- tion an matters 6f swine t^jse*, breeding and management This jrear some 130 head of fall boars and gilts have been entered from nearly every inajoi swine producing state. Amotig the entries are several boars and gilts from Certified litters, and many others that ore sifud by Certified and Superior ' Moai Type sires. This event is distinctive in that it is the only National Show and Sale of any brood .IT wiuLii uveiy ummal is but of pVo- uiicuon t6sted lilto-i*. f RAYEHFUL LANDING ... A shipjeck&d family gives IHanks for its survival >n Walt. Disney's Panavision-fechnicolor feature, "Swiss family Robinson." Left to right, they are Francis (Kevin Corcoran). Father (John Mills), ErftSi (Tommy Kirk), Mother (Dorothy Me- Guire), and Fritz (James" MacArihur). the $5,000.000 production is ifeleased by Buena Vista. JarYies Eliding Enters Five In P-China Show James Erpelding .of Algona, has entered three boars and two gilts in the National Poland China Spotlight Show and Sale to be held in Cedar Rapids March 24 and 25. The National Spotlight show, now in it's eighth year, is sponsored by and under the management of the breed's nation-wide society, the Poland China Record Association of Galesburg, 111. It annually provides OffiVRharges Fifed Attflflsf 2 itest Km Monday Two men Were arrested in this area Mppday night and charged with OMVI in JuUice; Delia Welter's court the .following morn- '"«r. Th<*y were Joe Droessler, Bancroft, and John Eiche, 'Pbfih- hontas. Patrblman Marv Grebe arrested Droessler south of Bancroft on highway 1G9. The QMVI charge against him is a third Offense and bond, which was not furnished, was set at $1,000 by Justice Welter, whb continued the casfe to a later daife. Eiche was arrested near thfr Algona eity limits by Patrolman Bill Tordoff, who found 16% cans of b'eer in the man's car. The OMVI Charge against him is, a second offense and bond, set at $560 following a preliminary hearing, was furnished. He was. bound over to the March terfti of 'district court. , i'\ Woden 31,1 And PaulTjcdenQf Mr and Mrs Walter Logemann, Woden, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn, shown here, Minneapolis, to Paul Tjaden, sqn of Mr and Mrs R'alph Tja'den, WeSley.A Jurte wedding is planned. (UDM Engraving). Correction f A special vote on a $25,000 bond issue at LuVerne for the purpose of adding land .to the present site of the school there will be held April 7. If passedr land for a grbund area) including two lots and a house south of the school, WiM be purchased. At' present there are no plans for construction nf any building or buildings on (he land, according to Rayfhond Nelson, member of the schodl uoard. It was stated in Jast week's UDM that if the b6nd issue was' approved it would be the first step toward construction of a new unit of the school. 3 Swea Speakers Rated fops In State Swea City — Swea City's qnc- act play and three erf seven speakers earned division I ratings in the state, finals of the Iowa High Sth6o! Speech Association at, Atlantic Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18. Members of the cast of the pldy, ".The Hcluctant Dragon," were Caryl Lairsen, narrator; Penny Guyer, -Larry Sirhonsmci- cr and Ronnie Linde. In declamatory competition, Linda Weber, Ronnie Lindc arid Carmen Larsen were awarded top honors. Linda presented a dramatic declamation, Ronnife and Carmen competed in public address* both received di-yision I ratings from all judges in all contests this year; Gctrrigcm Speakers Three Garrigan high school speech students, Mary Jean Hood in dramatic, Mary Bradley in oratorical and Mary Rcilly in ori^ ginal oratory, were awarded I IT'S TYPEWRITER, ADDER AND OFFICE SUPPL Y TIME! Newest, most exciting styling Precision design and engineering Swift, smooth action..^ printwork perfection Now, from the first name in typewriters '... the last word in portables! Beautiful l\r styled, they're just as x ,,. practical as they are Handsome. TtteyrQ: vbuilt solid. Theyj5Jaif,put,yifhen^Urj ,.on them. They give you more iri:.<•• performance and printwork than any portable ever made. Available in lovely colors... Sunglow, Jade, Sapphire, Pearl, Flamingo, Ivory. Come in soon... see and try these newest, most exciting portables for yourself! THE NEW REMINGTON Feature-LOADED PACKEP! 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Any of the Typewriters shown here or others in our stock moke perfect gifts — especially for the high school senior who expects to attend college next fall. WE NOW HAVE — SMITH - CORONA PORTABLE AND UPRIGHT TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES. REMINGTON PORTABLES AND ADDERS. VICTOR HAND OPERATED AND ELECTRIC ADDERS. R. C. ALLEN ADDERS. USED TYPEWRITERS AND ADDERS. FILING CABINETS, DESKS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. Every Item Priced Right And Ready To Go UPPER DES MOINES TMHpf--lJ[ ' Hi mHi IB J|Bl ^i^^^-•• BKBBB ^BBP ^B ™ nn* ^^^f ^P ^p ^w ^^^^B ^^^^ If if, ALGONA ratings in the Iowa High School SpdCch Association finals dt At* lafitic March 18. Two others, Ruth' Ann Nelson and Eileen O 1 ' Brien, also competed in the state meet. . • UNION SLOUGH DIGEST By Harold H. fiuifgess A revised edition of.Birds, of Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge, Refuge LeafM-195R is now ready for distribution. This new revision contains 205 species of birds, compared to .175 listed in the first edition published in 1,958, • The leaflet contains a page of introductory information on size, location, history, topography, vegetation ;»nd land use of the refuge. It explains how visitors may find the rfefifge and observe birds in the vicinity. The bird list contains information on the relative abundance and season of occurrence of the individual species. An asterisk indicates those species that have been observed nesting in the vicinity of the refuge. . Copies of the four page illustrated leaflet Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge RL-72 are also available. RL-72 gives a general description of Union Slough Refuge and includes two photographs and a pictorial map 6f the area. Single copies of both leaflets are available upon individual Thursday, Marth 23, ll&l Affl6na (M ttppw Be* M6lne*-5 requests and 20' copies afe available 10 schools nnd clubs. 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