The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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Then And The Declaration of Independence - ' •'-•:" • ' - ' . •• ' ' , " • . . _ ' ;; . : . .I..{M . . The Declaration of Independence was Adopted by the Continental Congress, in Philadelphia/on '•;.'• July 4,1776, and was signed by John'Hancock as President and ; by Charles Thomson ^Secretary. •'••."-•' . . * . . i • -."* rP i • •_ '*" • , it was published first on July 6 in the Pennsylvania Evening Post. A copy of the Declaration, engrossed on parchment, was signed by Members of Congress on and after August 2, 17^6. Dri Janu- . : - ." .'•„••'.:...'','•. ' ' • . •..'•.' ' ' . : ' . ••'• . • ' ' f I ary 18, 1777, .Congress ordered that "authenticated copies, with the names of the Members of Con- gress subscribing the same, be sent to each of the United States, and that they be desired to have •••.••*'< • . •"•..'•:• ; • .- • . • . • '•.. .' • •)'•-• same .put upon record/' , ' I PRESENTED AS A THOUGHTFUL REFRESHER FOR US ALL IN THIS YEAR OF 1961 BY THE FOLLOWING ALGONA FIRMS . , . , .... Huteell Office ft School Supply Oraham'i ' '' 8mokt S Appltane* C*ntot Bomgmari 5 fc 10 f'^^^v^; • Coktt-t6«0o«it 8tor» Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Foster Furniture Co. Irons H«ttlng & Plumbing • Laing Plumbing tc Heating Jaclc'i O. K. Tire Serrlc* Ko««ulh Hadl'o & Electric Algona Hotel . ' •f^r**** ...... • i . . 't' 5 : ' ' • Reding** Parti Paints Zendet'i Kirk's Shoe Store Donovan Specialty Shop <• Waldton's Cafe Ready-Mix Concrete fc Lumber Wtltgen-Jewelm jBecurUy State Bank Iowa State Bank (The Hub Clothten) Theatre Co. The ChriichUlei Store Alffooa QwnhouMi Modern Pry Cleanen Sharp's Jewelry _ Algona Produce Co. Unhrtml Mfg. Co. PeictTal Motor* Schulti Brat. Oarage fc OU Tartw Implement Co. Algona Plumbing & Heating Bjustrom Furniture Co. Viking Oil Co. . . • ' >j p in • • t • • Beecher Lane Appliance . '• .. Algona Flour fc Feed '\ ••••'^•" /f:'^.....:^ '• Rusk .Drugs- Jewelry Christensen'r J. C, Penney Co. Honsbruch Drug " t Algona Insurance Agency Blossom Insurance Agency' Home Federal Sayings it Loan Ass'n. Fowler's of Iowa Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Therroogaa Co. Of Algona Botsford Lumber Co. Hopkins Super Service Sherwin. Williams Paints Funk Plumbing fc Heating Hood's Super Valu Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Serrlce Co. Kent Motor Co. Kossutb Motor Co. Ajgona Laundry fc. Dry Cleaners CuUen Hardware e Shuts BrownbUt Shoe Store Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Datt Garage fc Body Shop Read's Furniture *PWB|iH*WWWW^W!^ 1 ^RW?| Struecker Conoco ^ Service Algona Refcigeration Frederick Hardware Studio , North loya Bmriaa W»&la* Cft Bolt Traatier it 8terag> We hpld these truths to , jse self-evident, that dlf men are created equal, mat they are endowed by their Creator wltK cert.ain unaliehable ^gtghts, that among: these^are-iUfft/ Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. • . : • • . * . i . . . ; . ' •' ; That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of: the governed. That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it Is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, an.d to institute new Government, .laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence,'indeed, will dictate-that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient: causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that "'mankind 'are 1 more, disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which' they are accustomed. [ But when a long train or abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the'same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, It is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security. jKotoe* AU30HA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961 VOL. 98 - NO. 26 82 Happy Campers End 4-H Lake Trip 4-H Glub Tours Now On Pictured above are the members and leaders of the Fenton 4-H club looking at 'Kevin Seely's dairy calf on their recent project tour. Members pictured.include John T. and Phil Ruger, Jon and'Delon Jentz, Dennis Newel, Jim and Dennis Laiabs, Darrd and Gary Berkland, Randall Bierle, Brian and Craig Borchardt, Gene and James HartmalT, Linneas and John Laage, David Seely, Richard Shaw, Kevin Seely, James Sunde, and Dennlis Uthof. 'Project tours give members, parents arid leaders an opportunity to share-and learn'more about feeding, fitting and showing livestock projects. It also .provides them with a chance to-practice livestock judging, make plans 'for -the county fair and visit with -their'Mends. . Twenty-one'local boys' 4-H clubs will hold tours during-June, according to Robert C. Johnson, county extension associate. (Extension Photo — UDM Engraving) ' ' ; 79 AHS Students Named On Final 1961 Honor Roll A total of 79 Algona high school students have been named to the'final honor roll for the 1960-'61 school year, according ;tb Siipt. O. B. Laing,- who released the list last week. Included-on the honor roll are eight students with straight A averages. They are Jerry Raney and Jodie Chally, freshmen; Tim Dailey , and Alan Holt, sophomores; and Bill Bourne, Karen Alt, Mary ' Broesder and Rose"- mary Medin. seniors. Others listed'are: Seniors — Fred; Duerr, Alvhr Hagg, Larry Klein, John Moore, John Platt, .Dean, .Willrett, Gene Wittkopf, Kathy Bay, Harriet Benschoter, Sharon Bilyeu, Emma Finley, Glennda Gabrielson Judy Gerber, Karen Haase, Sandy Hakes, • Jean Keith, Patt •Priebe, Sherry Read, Joyce Rieb hoff, Carolyn 1 . Rochleau, Pa Sc.hneid.crji Robert ' Schwende marin, Anne Steven, • -Linda Tague and Betty Wickwire. Juniors — Lynn Kueck, Jim St'anton, Charles Streit, Jackie Rowley, Susan Schifltz and Bn- gitta 'Whittempre. Sophomores — Alan Bode, Glen Buchanan, Gary Colwell,. Richard Hutchiris/ Lance Johnson, Gary Kelley, John Phillips, Dick Pratt, Dave Reid, John Sohutter, Tom Waller, Jack Williams, Kay Agena, Ruth Benschoter, Charyl Cook; Ann Haase, Linda Percivai and Sharon Smith. Freshmen — Doug Barr,.Clyde Bronson, John Clark, Michael raham, David Hansel'man, Kent YouVe got it mad0..,when you've got it savedt Your future security doesn't depend on what you earn, but on how much of your earnings you hold onto. So save regularly with us. Your savings are safe and earn excellent returns, while you are building your security. Where you save does make a difference r» Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n Savings & Investments —Accounts Isured to $10,000 BY F. S. L. I. C. ALGONA (Since 1917) IOWA .M8MBBB OF THE SAVINGS AND LOAN FOUNDATION. JNO, THIS ADVERTISEMENT IN BBADBR'S pjgsw, Kossuth Has Biggest Group, 3-Day Outing Eighty-two campers from Kossuth County had. an opportunity to have fun, gain new friends and hear outstanding speakers at district 4-H camp at Clear Lake, June 21-23. Kossuth's group of 3G girls, 33 boys, 13 leaders and * extension personnel was the largest delegation at Iowa's biggest 4-H- camp. .;•• ' • • •.' Classes in belt making, fishing, swimming, boating and outdoor cookery offered members an opportunity to gain new skills. Betty Mcnke of Bancroft' and Ronnie Linde of Swea City^'served as life guards at camp, JJancy Kennedy of Bancroft was' tho camp reporter' from Kossuth County. Dean Barnes, county extension director, was chairman of ' the handicraft group; Avis Lettow, county extension assistant, chairman of music, and Robert Johnson, cdunty extension associate, served as secretary- treasurer of the camp. Members and leaders attending included Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt, Whittemore; Mrs. LaW- rence Menke. and Mrs, Clarence Dier's, Bancroft; Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner, Lakotta; Sylvia Withelm!, Ledyard; Janice Bode, Algona; M. J. Trunkhill, Burt; Leonard Mullins, Corwith; Joanne Harms and Mary Schiltz, Bancroft Homemakers; Nancy Kennedy, Blue & White; .Linda Fritz, Buffalo Boosters; Carol Wiener and Rosella Kahler, Burt Blue B,irds; Donna Mae Thijges and Ann Seger,Cre.scp Chums; Marcia Larsen ana Petrfca jThore-, son, Eagle-Ettes; Jackie Laabs and Bonnie Jentz, Fenton Forwards; Jeanette Stetzel and Erma Thilges, Garfield Gems; Virginia Heldorfer and Joan Wilhelmi, Greenwood Girls; Carolyn Ley, Lakota Luckies; Eileen Lynch, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; Mickey O'Brien and Doris Anliker, Lott Creek Lassies; Cynthia Weber, LuVerne Peppy Pals; Susan Bode and Jean Vlescher, Plum Creek Elite; Pa- ;ricia Lampe, Portland Pennies; Pristine Plathe and Charlene Thilges, Riverdale Rustlers I: Sandy O'Brien land Georgia Thul, iiverdale Rustlers II; Joleen Vlueller and Andrea Stefanski, Seneca Stars; Maureen O'Brien and Gretchcn Deim, U-Go-I-GO; Lois Hunt and Sharon Willrett, Union Alethean; Charlene ASU and Judy Seaberg, Wesley Wizards; Marvin Rippentrop and August Baumann, Aggressive Lads; Rus-. sell and Allan Bode, Algona Club; Roger Tjarks and Vernon Burkhart, Buffalo ' Club; John Laage and Brian Borchardt, Fenton Club; Galen ^ Merger and Sidney Banwart, Garfield Club; Michael Pierce and Mike Reynolds, Grant Club; Leroy Meyer and Edward Droessler, Greenwood Club; David Wegener and Gerald Luedtke, Lotts Creek Club; Jerry Bristow and Roger Gregory, LuVerne Club; Rodney Scuffham, and Eugene Gardner, Plum Creek Club; Kenny Nurre and James: Kollasch, Ramsey Club; Virgil Wagner and George Illg, St. Joe Club; Don Hanisch ana Craig Jensen, Seneca Club; Arnie Linde and Billy Johnson, Swea-Harrison Club; Jim Abbott and Elmer Alt, Union Club; Reuben Skow, Wesley'Club; Jerry Walker and Jerry Haag, Whittemore Club. Immerfall, Billy James, John Jennings, Jim Johnson, Richard Slobe, Bruce Sundet, Dave Wildin, Sig Wood, Trudy Bartholomew, Marilyn Black, Nancy Cole, Vfarlys Lupkes, Becky Redemske, Ann Seger, Delthea Shierk, Sally Steele and Vickt St«l. On Dean's Staff Mickey Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller, Buffalo Center, and grandson of Mrs. Lillian Brack of Ledyard, will serve on the Dean of Men's staff during the 1961-'62 school year at Luther College, Decorah. Miller will be student counsellor and secretary of the Spanish department. He will be a senior at Luther and is studying for a degree in Spanish, history and business administration. ALL-METAL lalefmin's desks, 2 drawers, suitable for *tu4«nt use, small horn* office, etc. Only $15, Upp«r Des Moines Publishing Co v Algona.

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