The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1961
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PLANTATION BALLROOM 1 Whltfemore, lowo I SUNDAY, APRIL 23 GUY DE LEO SUNDAY, APRfJ. 30 CLEM BRAU SUNDAY, MAY 7 DON HOY New Fertilizer Plant Being Built, Ledyard A now manufacturing planit is under construction in Ledyard. It 13 a branch of the Sunray Fertilizer Company Incorporated of Kensett, and will manufacture and distribute fertilizer. | , William Wiemer and.Fred Mun- liyer of Ledyard are partners in H j the new enterprise which will be = | managed by Munyer. j! The 48 by 78 foot building will g be located south of the Rock 1s- H i land lumber yard. It will house g : bins largo eno.ugh to hold eight to, 12 carloads of fertilizer. Sunray trucks vviM be used to distribute the product. SUNDAY, MAY 14 I MARV REEDSTROM SUNDAY, MAY 21 HENRY CHARLES SUNDAY, MAY 28 RAY LEWIS No Advance! Booth Reservations Doors Ope.T at 8:30 FRIDAY, APRIL 21st JOHNNY KETELSEN' and HIS COWBOYS SAT., APRIL 22nd CHARLIE TRUSSELL and THE AIRLINERS Thursday, April 20, 1961 Algono (Id.) Upper Dos Motnet- Queen Candidate At SHI SUNDAY, .APRIL 23rd COUSIN FUZZY and HIS COUSINS Greatest in Entertainment Ladies FREE Gents $1.25 , .. . • ... ..... . Pam Waller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, Algona, and a freshman at the Stale University of Iowa at Iowa City, has been named one .offive finalists for ithe .title of Hillcreat Queen at the university. Miss Waller is shown at the left in the front row of the above photo. Other candidates are, in front, left to right, Sue Owen, Washington, and Jan Templeton, Whiting; and in back, left to right, Cherie Orr, Cedar Rapids, and Daren Karr, Davenport. The five were chosen -from >a field of 16. ' ' One of the five will be named Queen during the Hillcrest Dance at Iowa City April 28, following a vote by the men residents of Hillcrest Dormitory. Miss Waller, member of the Honor Society at. Algona high school prior to her graduation last spring, is a freshman in liberal arts and has been accepted in the Honors Program at Iowa for main- .aining above a B average during the fall semester. (UDM Engraving) In base stealing, you have to get the jump on the pitcher. In family budgeting, you have to get the jump on your debts. Put part of each pay check in our association, where your savings are safe and earn excellent returns. Eemember... saving will put you on base., .and help you get ahead! Where you save I does make a difference* Jimmy Meyer Of Bancroft Named To Boys State Bancroft — Jimmy Meyer, son f Mr and Mrs V. J. Meyer, was selected as delegate to Boys State, to be lielcl at Camp Dodge Des Moines, in June. Donald Cogley. son of Mr and Mrs Torn Cogley. WHS chosen alternate. The boys attended St. John's,high school and arc juniors. This is. sponsored by (ho American Legion. .Several Mqvps , , ^ . ';Mr and 'Mrs 'Clyde ^,„,.,,, have purchased the Walter Rcu- ger residence. The Renger will move to his father's farm. Arthur Heuger and Mury Leo will move to town where Mr Reugcr will build a new homo. Let up help you with your building or Purchasing Loan. We also make loans for remodeling, new kitchen cup- boardvwindows etc. Very reasonable rates', low payments. SEE HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 220 E. State Algona, Iowa CY 4-3545 MEMBER OF Tllli SAVINGS AND LOAN FOUNDATION. INC, SPONSOHOF THIS ADVIiHTISEMENT IN THE SATUKUAY I-VBMNC I'OST AND HEADER'S DIGEST Injured By Shovel Timmy Meyers, a laborer and ditch digger, Sulfcrud a :'badly bruised i and- cut hand when he hit it on the edge of a shovel. He will be unable to work for several days due to tlie swelling of his hand. Wed 40 Years Mr and Mrs John Shay, Mr and Mrs Bernard Brink and Harold, Mr and Mrs Porry Torino drove to West Bend Wednesday iivi-mug where they culebraled llH- loft.'oth uvdrlitif,' ;innivors:u-y ol Mr and Mrs John Siuiy at the home of their daughter, Mr and Ml-s !'(-.•(.,• Mertz and another daughter and family weie also present,"Mrs Hliim ilaw.i.n and rannly. The Shays liave a sun .Junior. Out Of Hospital Sereal De Geeter, who received a severe back injury three weeks ago, returned recently from Mercy hospital. Mason City. He is wearing a cast and will be unable to work for several months. Cul Near Eye Charles KcGuire IKIS a nice big shiner. While .shelling corn Ihursday afternoon lie walked m front of a.- tractor anil londei driven by Kenny Bergman hitt- ng him near the eye, cutting a gash and badly bruising his race. Mr and Mrs Arthur Long and Mrs Perry Torine spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Nell Kirsh at the rest home in Burt. Mrs LeRoy.Schiltz entertained a group of .ladies at a coffee party Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs William Schiltz, Davenport', are parents of a son. William is the son of Mr and Mrs Roy Schiltz and this is their first grandson. They have six granddaughters. Mr and K'rs Bernard Tigges are parents of a daughter born Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. Mr, •.md Mrs Fred Tigges and 'Mrs ,Jiihn .tReding, : iWhittemore, t arfr* the grandparents. Bess Connelly went to Mason !ity Monday to visit her daughter Fay and family, Mrs Orville Farrow accompan- ed her sister, Mrs Jule Cink, Algona, to Minneapolis where they pent the weekend with their laughters, Marilyn Farrow and Betty Cink. Mr and Mrs Ronald Beck are parents of a daughter born April at Blue Earth. Mrs Beck is the 'ormer Darlene Farrow, daughter of Mr and Mis. John Farrow. Mr and : Mrs Farrow now have 16 granddaughters and six grandsons. Mrs Bob Radigan entertained a tfroup of ladies at a party at her home Tuesday evening. Jane Wolf, R. N. at Veterans hospital, Omaha, Nebr., is leaving this weak with another nurse on a vacation at Las Vegas. Jane is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Wolf. and churned below the dam to a thickness of several feet. We have slightly , more than one million miles of paved highways and streets in the Uniteo. States This amounts to 82 feet per motorist. •• • REOPL e M AKE IOWA GREAT ... the transport worker •Iowa can trnly sny "hats ofl" to her thousands of workers in the transport industry. These men, both in highway and railway transport, arc helping make our. state one of. the great, crossroads of commerce for the nation . . . bringing millions more income to be spent here in Iowa. In'Calculating'this increased income, we can count on the brewing industry for .nearly .$7 million per year in Iowa transportation costs alone. This includes more than $3,460,000.00 for railway and truck transport in Iowa, and over $3,170,000.00 for local trucking from wholesalers to ' retailers. This means more jobs, for lovvans,, more business •for Iowa.., another instance of how... the Brewing Industry contributes to Iowa's growth '• '., •'./'••>; ;? ; . iqWA, ^DIVISION : ", '-• •.. ••'•'• •UNITED. SI'/kVES BREWERS .ASSOCIATION ' ' ' ' ' WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A DART INSTEAD OF A LANCER .. OR VICE- VERSA sups At Nashua, a freak spectacle found the river below the dam covered with giant suds. Decomposed plant life lodged on the bottom of the Cedar River was slit-rod up by the high water, with a pronounced chemical action. This resulted in both softening and stirring the water, and as Ihe water poured through the gates at the dam, gigantic suds were brewed. The suds boiled In buying a new Dodge, there's only one. big decision. ••B^MBQBB With a unitized, rust-proofed body. A superbly-controlled What size, compact or standard? Dart (on top) is a full-size STANDARD OR COMPACT ride called Tcrsion-Aire. A battery-saving alternator. Dodge priced model for model with Ford and Chevrolet. JJJ 1 , 1 ^ J p^T n r fl \JJ And lots more. Pick the Dodge that fits you best. Get it at Below is our new compact Dodge Lancer. There are wputiHuntHi utHlWIIH the lowest possible price. What could be fairer than that? three differences between them. Size: Dart is the bigger. ^fe^^B%^^P Appearance: obvious. And price. We've already estab- IIIII ||v V" FREE TIE-CLIP iGNmoNKEYiofii your present car. A guaran. lished Dart's. Lancer's is about the same as Comet, i&^imJlfrim 'J 811 J2>so reta " value - Qel one absillu| « | y'«»s'mpiy by taking i SEE THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN KEYS - YOUR DEPENDABLE DODGE DEALER PERCIVAL MOTORS - 800 So. Phillips St., Algona, Iowa tot. MAGNUS ELECTRIC £NQRD - NO GIMICS TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE FRIDAY, NOV. 17 AT 9 A.M. JUST REGISTER EACH TIME YOU ARE IN THE STORE. 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