The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Tuesday, March 1, 1966
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Irish Program Here In a program to be presented March 1 at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium by the Kossuth County Community Concert Association, the Feis Eireana, a high-spirited group of young Irish singers, dancers and instrumentalists, will trace in song and dance the history of the music of the Emerald Isle. The dancers, above, are just one part of the company to be featured in a program that will transport its listeners geographically and historically through Ireland, as well as into every emotion. Also featured will be the Irish harp, symbolizing the rich heritage and special joys of Irish music. This instrument has enjoyed a role of honor for over a thousand years in Ireland that no other instrument anywhere has filled. Many Persons On Move In Bancroft Area BANCROFT - Many persons have moved in this vicinity. The Bob Rahe family has moved to his father's farm east of town. Rosie Dudding and Mrs. Kenna have purchased the Rahe residents. David Doocy has moved in the Dudding residence. Mr. and Mrs. WalterDitsworth sold their farm to Mr. Kollasch, Swea City. The Floyd Yaskle family 'moved to Armstrong and Dick Elsbecker has rented the Yackle farm. Geo. Merron has rented the Cogley farm and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cogley will continue to live there. Frank and Helen Cogley purchased the Recker estate residence and have moved to town. Mr. and Mrs. Hutzell have moved to the Davis residence now owned by Al Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Chas McGuire purchased the Jim Welp house, moved to town and John McGuire moved to the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McGuire moved from a farm near Titonka to the home purchased from Ed Schiltz, who is building a new home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Droessler have moved to the Droessler farm east of town. John Bauers, whose home was recently damaged by fire, have moved to the Dumsdorf farm home, Walter Dietering has moved to his new home in town. Homer Wolf is farming the Dietering farm. Duane Sandt has rented the Arend farm. Larry Nemmers purchased his father's farm and will move soon. The Ed Richter family will move into the Mrs. Lillian Devine home, which they bought recently. - o Mr. and Mrs, Heine are parents of twin sons, Timmy and Tommy, born in Hawaii both weighing a little over three Ibs, Mrs. Heine is the former Betty Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ford, Bancroft. This is the first grandchildren for Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ford. Algona Student On Dean's List Word was received that Lynn R. Kueck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck, Algona, has been placed on the Dean's list at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. A 3.25 semester grade average is required to be placed on the Dean's list, and it is Lynn's third time he has received this distinction. Lynn and bis family have made their home in Cedar Falls for the past three years. He will graduate in June with a Mathematics education major and a minor in physics* Retirement Is Only A Word At Sexton SEXTON - Some of the retired people of this community stay the busiest. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings are now caring for his uncle, Floyd Newville of Algona, who was released from the hospital, at their home here. Mrs. Newville's condition was not good enough to allow her to stay and she has been hospitalized again. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings have also been calling at St. Ann hospital each evening since Thursday to see their granddaughter, Gloria Canaday, daughter of Clarence Canaday of Algona. Gloria slipped and fell at school and it is believed to have resulted in a dislocated hip joint. She has been quite ill and unable to retain her food as well as being in much pain. - o - The children at the Don Pe- Coys aren't worried about the well, they, have a new niece to occupy their interest. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maharas of Algona are parents of a little girl named Kelly Louise, who is still •somewhat of a disappointment to the youngsters as she does nothing but sleep. Mrs. Mack Wise moved to Des Moines the past week to be near her son, the Dale Culbertsons. Mrs. Wise would also like to make a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Verel Fraser in La Mesa, Calif., and there couldn't Algona, (la.) Upper Det Maine*. Tuwday, March t, 1966 be a better time of the year for it, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prochaska and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Prochaska of Mallard spent Sunday afternoon at the clarence Huff home and visited with their brother-in-law, John Stratton* Rev, G. J. C. Gerike of Algona was also a Sunday afternoon caller, The Sexton Friendly Club held its annual pot-luck dinner at the home of Mrs. Art Klein* There are rumours the hostess was unable to get help for her decorating so was it possible the ladies were given paint brushes Plan proper wiring... When you're planning your dream house ... plan adequate wiring for your needs today and tomorrow. You'll need wiring to handle your electric range, electric dishwasher, electric disposer, electric refrigerator ... and all those electric appliances that help you with your kitchen chores. You'll need enough wiring for other parts of the house, too ... for water heating, air conditioning, electric home heating, and dozens of other tasks. For modern electrical living, get modern electrical wiring... right from the start. ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES COME ON DOWN TO THE MUSTANG CORRAL IN STOCK FOR THE FIRST TIME - A SELECTION OF 5 MUSTANGS TO CHOOSE FROM ! CHOICE OF COLORS AND OPTIONS. _ S _! E _J_ H _!_ ?°YS AT TAYLOR'S TODAY! TA FORD-MERCURY SALES AND SERVICE - On The Spot Bank Financing Available

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