The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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W cV 1 - ., > ', - • ,' L •^ *~*r< V ' \ ;,»",: • * •' ' ' , /.' r, '< JEWELRY J« JwVlH u ?lll ru f" 16 Whft " We "" find ° Ur$e '- ve$ ertterin 8 ° noth * r Wdrm antl Jewelry it fs our 16th Christmas season among you. «««on, wi, h all the joy, that it brings. For us ' M » consider the choice of flifis for friends ond loved ones, that at Sharp's Jewelry you have a bountiful selection of the gifts rissr* we T ^. r ny i?? an i d r ?f #&7 tmambie for y° u an wusu °»* Mr *«™* °«°* ** <*-««,«,«» " h —*"-" newn _«« - « nd ** w,sh to add that whether you spend d modest amount, or more, the 9 lft you choose at Sharp's Jewelry If You Of Selecting a Diamond For Christmas .... — we want you to know that now, as always, at Sharp's Jewelry we specialize in Diamonds, and have Diamonds of perfection in stock to suit every budget. A Diamond chosen at Sharp's Jewelry, regardless of price, is one of sure perfection In cut, color, clarity and brilliance. Then, too, our direct-from-the^cutter method, by-passing brokers, give you fine diamonds at the lowest possible price. Since a diamond will be a lifetime on her finger, we as a Registered Jew- > \ * ' eler can guide you to a wise purchase! In'addi- vaV have at Sharp's loose stones which can be precision-set in the mounting of your choice. In giving or receiving, there is added pleasure in the thought, "IPs a Diamond from Sharp's Jewelry." FREE Engraving and Monograming GIVEABUU5tA Bulovi Diamond Li Petite A tiny 23 Jewsl watch lit with the (Ire of 2 diamonds. 59.90 Bulovi |j One of America's most popular watch itylei. 23 jewtla, i«lf-wln<l> Ing, waterproof", ahock-rtilitant DIAMOND RINGS most heavenly thing.that's ever happened to diamond The greatest torture test a watch can undergo is TIME! —day after day on someone's .wrist. Cheap watches can't take this grueling punish* menti But for Just a few dollars more, you can give a Bulova — precision-engineered to give .years of service. Let us show you "that Buloya difference" ... in the watch Itself ... and in the way it'll be received on Christmasl It will mean more if It comet \from SHARP'S JEWELRY When other gifts are forgottferV SHE'LL REMEMBER HER BULOVA DIAMOND WATCH If You Enjoy "Browsing Around" ... without feeling any "obligation to buy", and if you particularly enjoy taking your time in the selection of Christmas gifts, we extend a cordial invitation for you to do just that at Sharp's Jewelry. There are so many items of interest at Sharp's Jewelry that we have not attempted to go into detail'here. In the field of Diamonds, Watches, Dinnerware, Sterling Silver — and other cherished gifts — Sharp's Jewelry has complete selections - all of genuine Quality no matter what the price. Then,, too, you will welcome the numerous un- :i* U{ '! l -fl' ft items *« ha>» ojtudjsplay..'; 2gleam- Jng Holloware, Costume Jewelry of the type you want. Pen and Pencil Sets, jewelry gifts especially for men, and so on. And whatever you choose - in any department - It will of course be yours to present in the distinctive Sharp's Jewelry Box, beautifully gift-wrapped. A BULOVA DIAMOND-SET WATCH - A NEVER-TO-BE-FORGOTTEN GIFT! DIAMOND PRISCIUA Two, fiery diamonds In 'I beautifully fashioned . witch. 17 jewels. $39.79 FIRST LADY In toft lovely swirls. 23 jewels. 1 diamond, Unbreakable mainspring. Available In combination of yellow and white or all white. S75.00 LA PETITE Preclout Jewelry to beautify, every precious minute. ' 12 diamonds. 14K white gold. 6 adjustments. S139.00 Your Gift Means More in a.... GIFTS MAILED FOR YOU i WORLD WIDE Sharp's Jewelry Gift Box yet it costs no more WE CARRY Reed 4 Barton Towle Gorham Lunt Wallace International Heirloom Sterling WHEN YOU THINK OF JEWELRY - THINK OF SAPPHIRE AMETHYST and DIAMONDS Regfstered Jeweler - American Gem Socfelu ALGONA, IOWA Thursday, November 23, 1961 VOL 9 - NO. 47 HfOfKossufh Students At Iowa State U. Ames, Iowa; Kossuth County has eighty students enrolled among the record 10,413 students nt Iowa State University this fall. Recently announced figures show ISU enrollment at an all- time high, surpassing the previous record of 10,114 set in 1948. The 1961 enrollment also is about 700 more than in I960;.', Total enrollment in each area of the University is: .Cpllege of Agriculture 1663, College of Engineering 2929, Agricultural Engineering 134, Home Economics 1491, College of Sciences ' and Humanities 2490, College of Veterinary Medicine 246, and Grad-, uate College 1460. Students enrolled from Kossuth County include: From Bancroft: Priscilla E. Govern, Marilyn J. Johnnnesen, Duane D. Menke, Kay P. Menke, James M. Schrandt, David W. Welp, Mary N. Welp. From Armstrong: Dale S. Farland, Gary M. Schumacher. From Bode: Alice S. Bormann. From Buffalo Center: David k V. Grimes, Gary P. Risius. From Burt: Gary L. Angle, Geo. 'R. Cunningham, Duwayne G. Gebken, Eugene D. Lovstad, Shirley J. Schwietcrt. From Corwith: Mariann Evelyn Glawe, Mark E. Larsen. From Fenton: William R. Berkland, Earl E. Jentz, Bryan F. Mortensen, Ronald A. Mortensen, Jane L: Ruger. From Irvington: Stanley John Klein. From Lakota: Pamela A. Keil, Philip N. Schroeder, Robert E. Sheldahl. . " From Lcdyard: Charles "D. De- Bper, Larry,M. DeBoer; Roger D. Johnson, .Evelyn L. Mino^ .From.-, Lone' Rock: Janice Bierstedt. J From LuVerne: Merle A. Harlg, Larry A. Harmon, David,L. Trauger. '-' . From Ringsted: Donna R; Warner. From Swca City: Karen P. Goraczkowski, Lowell R. Greenfield, Michael C. Stewart. From Titonka: William Abbas, Gary R. Beed, Arlen T. Bilsborough, Allen J. Boyken, Jeffrey W. Boyken, R. Dverg Krantz, Michael A, Nelson. From Wesley: Ernest N. Carlson, Roger E. Flom, Carol P. Girres, John R. Pfeffer. From West Bend: Gary A. Bernau, Philip L. Fisher, Gary D. Sanders. Ann L. Smith. From Whittemore: Terrence R. 3ehlmer, Jerome W. Elbort, Earl I. Maahs, James A. Nichols. From Algona: Harriet J. Ben- chpter, Kenneth R. Bunkofske, Elaine M. Coppock, Carl E. Dan- elsen, Fred J. Duerr, Philip D. jgel, Jason L. Etherington, Loon? rd J. Funk, Joel W. Harris, Kent /. Hoover, Patrick H. Kain, Sue ..aBarre, Michael J. McNeill, Ann 5. Mikes, John A. Oakland, Mariyn J. Palmer, Cecil J. Schilmoel- ler, Cordell Schilmoeller, Victor A. Seely, Frederick J. Troutman. Carole J. Wittkopf. Carol Johnson, Franklin Hagg Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Carl G. Johnson of Amboy, Minn, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Carol Sharon, shown here, and Franklin Hagg, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg of Algona. Miss Johnson is employed at the Pines Grill at Wells, Minn, and Mr Hagg is employed by Pioneer Hibred Seed Corn Cy. here. No definite wedding date has been set. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all sfeefc colors — Upper W(oinM Pub. Co., Algous.

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