The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 5
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Select Six Candidates For Algona high Sports Dance Saturday Night Lynn Kueck Jean Rovn up •\fjondeiful / After ]] years of scientific testing. .. 60,000,000 sleep recordings prove you get sounder sleeo with Research was conducted by the United States Testing Co. in laboratory sleep rooms. Actual people slept on all the leading types of mattresses. Electronic equipment recorded their brain waves . . . heart beats. The findings: Beautyrest gave longer periods of sounder, deeper, unbroken sleep. Beautyrest independent coil construction lets you sleep relaxed . . . awake refreshed ! Tufted or Smooth Tuftless EASY TERMS FREE VAN DELIVERY The annual Al&ona high school Sports Dance, complete with the crowning of a king and queen of sports, will be held this Saturday, Mar. 31, from 8 to 11:30 p.m. in the high school Annex. King and queen candidates, all seniors, are Jackie Rowley, Jean Rovn and Sandy Cook; and Lynn Kueck, Bob Ellefson and Chuck Streit. Members of the entire high school student body will vote for the candidates Thursday, Mar. 29, and the king and queen will.be crowned during coronation ceremonies at the dance. The three girls were selected by GRA, while the boys were selected by the A Club Also slated for an appearance on the program at the dance are the Symphonettes and the Tremblers (UDM Engravings) Wesley Break-Ins Sheriff Ralph Liiidhorst was called to Wesley early this morning (Tuesday) to Investigate a • pair of break-ins. Thieves entered the Walker grocery store after breaking the back door and took $3.22 in change from the cash register, then, broke a glass out of an office window at the Farmers'Elevator and took $5.75 in change from a cash drawer and desk. «-Alfldna (la,) Uppsr DM M6m« Tuesday, March will also meet-there Match 21 and 22 to complete the W6rk. 'Dlfi-Ing he recent 4-H Day, Virginia Slltet and Cheryl Carr assisted the pfeM- lent and vice-pres. The dis'play was judged one of the t6p 4* • Wed 40 Years > Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Miller, Burt, will be honored by their children on their 40th wedding anniversary at open house, Sunday, Apr. 1, from 2 to 5 at the Burt Lutheran church. All relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. Speech Finals Speech contestants of Garrigan High won nine superior ratings in the Annual State Finals of the Iowa High School Speech Association at Fort Dodge Public' High School on Saturday, March: 24. Five other students received, ekcellenl ratings. ' ~ . Those winning superior , and their fields of speech were the following: James Walker,-, public address; Anita Nurre, pUbM address; Eileen O'Brien, extemporaneous; Alice Arridorfer, htlmordus declam ation; Patricia Bray, dramatic de clamatipn; Dan Bray, original ora tory. Jeaiihe Nelson won superior in both dramatic declamation and in interpretive prose; Elairie Bruch interpretive poetry. ' , Excellent ratings were receivec oy Victoria Bradley, interpretive prose; Michele Cassel, oratprica declamation; Betty Lichter, origin al oratory; Betty Bray, extempor aneous; Faith Anne Mertz, origina oratory. Students receiving superior will receive a certificate and gold medal from the Iowa High School Speech Association; those rating excellent will receive,a certificate and a silver rtiedal. Sister M. Magdalen, O.S.F. is .Director of Speech. Approximately' 1500 students'par- ticipated in the Annual State Finals on March 22, 23 and 24 at Fort Dodge. ' ' ';• .;„ Armstrong Burned; Death Ruled Suicide Club Has Workshop On March 20, a workshop,to finish picture frames was held at Cheryl and Darla .Carrs. The, girls The death of Mrs. Sadie Alice Stewart, 70, Armstrong, was ruled suicide by the Emrtiet county medical' examiner's office 'Thursday following a complete .investigation of circumsta'nces after' Mrs. s "Stg« wart's badly burned" body was found early, Tuesday, Mar. 20 lying on a" snow bank outside o the home where she was living. At first, it was thought Mrs Stewart had burned to death accl dentally as she put kerosene' in a stove at the home of her brother Alfred Hackerson, with whom she and her husband lived, south o Armstrong. However, further investigation indicated there was nothing to show that anyone had attempted to light the stove and nothing was disturbed inside, the house. The medical examiner said.that it is probable MrS. Stewart drenched herself with kerosene and lit it with a match. She was found burned beyond recognition by /her brother and husband, Irvin, later. The men had been asleep in rooms on the ground-floor of'the house when the tragedy occurred. Her face and front portions of her body were badly burned. It was also reported ^that Mrs. Stewart had been despondent since ,r ' • > > i >.. the death ef\ Hef aides! son /- 'Shfe haa i^cm to? _-, Mft.<- Stewart and hef husband, had moved In with <MVHactesfjri la'st fall to spend-. MB winter, --.., i '' She" wtid 'born neat Armstrong in 92 afldJflte*f married Irvih E. wart. ..Tftey lived at Silvas7lll f&r 26 jprl bWpre • arriving. bafik ^Arm^flg Tilt year; " „ .' Besides-her husband, 1 she Is survived'By: a daughter, Mrs. tJoro* :hy Olson, and- a son, Floyd, Mc-> line, .111.; a brother; seven grandchildren arid one great-grandchild. 16 Cars, Trucks Registered Here 'Sixteen' more new cars and trucks made their first appearance on fK&ssJitir c6\inty highways dui'- ing the "'past week, They' were registered by the following owners at" the county treasurer's pffice: Chevrolet — R C. or Bertha Sundet,'Algbna^;'pickup; G; 1. 6r Beatrice Stockwell, Algona; J. B. or iperie Mflehe, Wesley; J. E. •Vaske, Bancroft; Titonka Imp. Co., Titonka; E. A.^or AHelda Sleeker, Titonka.' Mercury — A. J. Banwart, West Bend; R. E. Hedin, Whittemore. Rambler — M. G. or Shirley Harms, 'Titonka? G. W. JenkihsOnj Algona. • Pontiac — H. A. Darnell, Ledyard. •' - '' . Ford '— D, E. Cook, Algona; Kent Motor Co., Algona; L. G. or Diane Ashland, Algona. Volkswagen — Mona Bonacker, Algona. ' Olds — J. B..,Winkel, Algona. Lotts Cr^ek 4-H LottS Creek Leaders 4-H ,Club met with Gerald and Alan Luedtke ott Monday, March 19. Elmer Ostwald of Whittemore spoke on giftes and tfok'.to, apart* K«fielh liefafedt gave a demortstfatfdn eft diist fe$Iosl6B, *• V-; - "• '• '^' George-Bierstedt had entfeftaftu went and Mrs.. Luedtke served ave her 4<fth pint (live gallons) lunchi ' of blood . to' the 'R6d Cross > Bloodmobile. of the Anita Blofrdrnoblle. 3. — u &x£3^*** J &-*£*~a-*t^.f- jj.. T . -,.i. . r . - is co-chairraan L .",:^ f m it.,. T 4 -^ DEKALB •,—^,, iai'lj«iy^i?^fc3^ Top 6th Wisconsin Random Sample Egg Production Test Comparisons of DcKalb 13 I's with Wis. Test flvorngos. Eggs (Hcn-D.ly From Housing) % Large nnd Extrn Lnrge Eggr, (Entire Laying Period) % Large and Extra Large Eggr,- July, 1961 (19 Days) Feed Efficiency (Lbs. Feed per doz. Eggs) Mortality (laying period) IF YOU KEEP RECORDS YOU'LL KEEP DEKALB LAYERS "DEKALB" It a Brand Name. The Number It a Variety Designation. Eugene Hood, Algona Archie Elbert, Algona' Albert J. Bofmann, Algona Raymond Otis, Wesley •'. Peter C. 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