The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
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Black Of TO Girls st«, e i« Jurte Thursday, April 13, 196! Algona (la.) Upper Dei MotneMl Janet Black Burt — Janet Black, daughter Of Mr and Mrs Glenn Black, has been chosen to represent the American Legion-Auxiliary at Hawkeye Girls State at Ceclai Falls June 18-24. Janet is a junior at Burt high school and is very active in vocal and instrumental music, both large and small, groups. She is treasurer of her'class; serves on the student council, paper staff, library staff, and is also a- member of the Future Teachers of America. Cheryl Lovstad, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Lovstad, also a junior, was named alternate by the Auxiliary. She is very active in vocal and instrumental music, is assistant editor of the paper, on the library staff, in dramatics is vice president of the student council, plays basketball and baseball, is president of her 4-H club and sings in the church choir. (UDM Engraving) Kossuth In New 6fh District It appears certain, that Kossuth county will now be in a new 6th congressional district which will include 18 counties, as follows: Lyon, Osceola, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Sioux, Woodbury, O'Brien, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Cherokee, Buena Vista, Pocahontas, Humboldt, Ida, Sac and Calhoun. Some of these counties are from the old Oth district and the rest from the 7th. There will be a total population of 397,877 in the 18 counties, with a strong, normal Republican majority based on the last election. The alignment has now passed the Iowa senate. Panels Held, High School Vocational guidance panels were held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for all frenhma'n pupils at Alfiona high school, with local speakers outlining some of the basic information about various occupations. On Monday's panel were Jane Lieb, beautician; Donna Madsen; secretarial; Andy Crawford, insurance; and Russ Waller, newspaper and communications. Tuesday's panel consisted ot Dr. Carol Plotfy health service; Jim Hershbcrger, coaching; Rev. Edsel Isaacson, ministry; John B. Wilson, engineering; Gordon Winkel, law; Dutch Honsbruch, pharmacy; and Harold Burgess, conservation. Wednesday the panel was to include Miles Sloniker, mechanical trades; Don Nelson, automotive; Floyd Hutzell, oil business; Frank Brusie, farming; and Lewis Kelley, building trades. Miss Kathryn Sorensen, vocational guidance supervisor; pre- Ventriloquist On , - Show, April 25 sided. Horseplay of any kind, especially on the job, is a frequent cause of accidents...vlnj.uvies ire. i-ftf *lje vlaculity was held following painful — death is permanent. llie"ihduetiorv ceremony. Honor Society AtAHSAdds Eleven Members Wednesday, March 29, was a big day in the lives of 11 Algona high school studenits. That's when they were formally inducted into the National Honor Socieity Chapter here, established three years ago for the purpose of creating greater scholarship aims, stimulate desire ito render service, promote worthy leadership qualities and encourage development of character. Students named to full membership in the organization were Kare.n Alt, Bill Bourne, Mary Broesder, Kathy Bay, Roberta Schwendemann, Rosemary Medin, Larry Klein, Karen Haase, Eugene Wittkopf, Carl Danielsen, Susan Schultz, Brigitta Whittemore, Lynn Kueck, Jackie Rowley and Charles Slreit. Three sophomores, Kay Agena, Alan Holt and Linda Pcrcival, were elected ,to probationary membership. Mrs. Helen Kelley, Chapter advisor here, directed the induction ceremony and chapter officers instructed and received the new members. A tea for society mem-' bers,- itheir parenlts and members ONE OF THE ACTS ihat will e presented art the National Guard Revue, stage show to be presented; in the Algeria High' School auditorium, April' 25, is Ruwe, Looie & Sunshine, pictured above. This fine ventriloquist, Ruwe, has a hard time keeping ahead of Looie & Sunshin'e, as the audience will find out. Miss Medin And Gary Peer Reign At Sports Dance Rosemary Medin and Gary Peer were crowned Queen and King of the .annual' Spouts Dance"of Algona Community high school Saturday night. Runners - up and attendants were Nancy Lowman, Karen Haase, Pat Navoichick, Jim Richardson, Robert Percival and Dean WiDlrett. The queen candidates were'no- minaited by the Girls Recreation Association. Miss Medin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin, is secretary of the organization, a member of the Cadetites, girls' precision dance group, and active in ithe music groups of the school. She is a senior. Peer, also a, senior, played football! and basketball and is currently out for track. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin. Peer. The king,candidates were nominated .by the-Ldtterman's Club. VALUES PLUS GREEN STAMPS AT CONSUMERS ROSEDALE ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM !/2 GALLON UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! to work safely together •T.URINA . SANITATION CHDW5 There's an advantage to using Purina sanitation products and farm supplies with Purina Chow They've been tested TOGETHERI Used as directed, disease control ingredients in Purina sanitation products are not duplicated, at unnecessary expense to you, in companion Purina Chows. Using the proper sanitation product with the proper Chow the Purina Way helps you avoid the chemical and physical clashes which can easily occur if unmatched products are used carelessly. Purina offers far more than just a line of feeds. Through on-the-farm testing and laboratory research; Purina provides not only quality Chows specifically designed for the kind of animals or birds you feed but a tested management plan as well, including the correct sanitation and/or disease control product tq keep your birds and animals healthy and grow* ing... and profitable. Whatever your feeding need. i * WE HAVE A PURINA CHOW FOR YOU' Poultry and livestock feeding today is a specialized business,.. Purina'a business. Our complete Purina line means we can provide rations designed for YOUR specific needs! Come In and let us help you solve your feeding problems the Purina way FARMER'S SERVICE CENTER INCORPORATED South Phillips St., Algeria - Sam Davis, Mgr. (Formerly Rising Elevator) VAN CAMP'S MA BROWN JELLY & PRESERVE SALE PRESERVES Apricot — Peach Pineapple — Plum Blackberry JELLIES Apple — Cherry Crabapple — Mint Grape — Plum CHOICE CUTS 2 Lb. Jar 59c 4 Jars 79c Pork & Beans 4- $|.oo 6 $1. FREE FREE FREE FREE ONE 15c Coffee Cup Free with each Lb. of BUTTERNUT COFFEE. 2 Cups with each 2 Lb. Can DROMEDARY GINGER BREAD MIX Pkg. 23c NABISCO VANILLA WAFERS Pkg. 19c SUPER VALU CAKE MIX All Flavors Pkg. 29c GOOD VALU SALAD DRESSING Qt. 39c ' RAP-IN-WAX WAXED PAPER Roll 19c WESSON WILSON'S OIL T/2 QUARTS 89 Beef Roast . J ~ f •'•••• * •:-• - ••' r- • .-.. :-.•;:•— xftQgjft***?' Lb. 49 c OLD FASHIONED Dutch Loaf Lb. eat Loaf .•'.'- V ' '- 2jib£j.epn Ground Beef • 1 Lb. Swift's Pork Sausage 3 Lbs. $1.29 MIX TOGETHER OR USE SEPARATELY SWIFT'S FRESH PORK Sausage Links ub. Pkg. 49 c SWEET RASHER Sliced Bacon Lb. FROZEN BEEF EYE STEAKS SLICED THIN FOR QUICK EASY LUNCH OR SANDWICHES Pkg. 69c EACH SPRING FRYERS 2 In A Pkg. $1.29 BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT — WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE CALIFORNIA NAVEL ORANGES Doz. 59c FRESH CUKES I for tic FRESH RADISHES 2 bunches 15c FRESH GREEN ONIONS 2 bunches 15c FREE FREE 50 GREEN STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF NO. 1 REP PONTIAC POTATOES 50 Lbs, CONSUMER'S

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