The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 2
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We welcome tfce St. Joe Trojan and aH Kwwrtfe 4-H'en FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION 110 5. •Kent 293-2o?7 WELCOME SENECA STARS OUR GUESTS CATHY BERGUM PRESIDENT BAWCROfT KATHY MERRILL VICE PRESIDENT FENTON MRS. NINA KRACHT - LEADER FREDERICK V&S HARDWARE Welcome U-GO-I-GO 4-H Girls Club Sue Bullock, Pr«tld«nt Btel< y Tltltbtln, V..p r oi. BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. 213 E, State 295-3837 Two Bancroft Bridei-Ta-Be Art Honored 'A tte vert i#5rf Sl« *•%** for ?JU DeO«*w, •Ssagter '/ MJ, vA M.'f. &f**l J>*6**ftCT, rsWTfr- it tfc* LegSas clifc fcr '/Mil. Mir? Frx&it. &syi.tr, Crt#. Us* Stater fcr , vx* 'J! Mr. szrf Mr. of MT. Mr. vfi Mr i. KirtJa \ft Mr. Air Fvroe Li *>'ew M^zioo. vf Mr. «//i Jbttrt Mrs. Ml Mr i. Kr. sj Mr. has Air tl after Mrs. Dlzwi U Uriog in Al- i/'xa vhite her toisJAnrf IE TITONKA By Mr*. Mary Schroeder Two local high Bch/wl stufenta I/a.rti/;lj/ated In the piano solo divisi/Ki al the State Music contest at Kkmme March 25. Keith received a 1 rating on hie "farmM Dance" arid Carol Srnldt received a n rating cm her ufeUscti/w, "Fifth Nocturne. fcten-d's Hardware held open h//u»j Friday and Saturday after having enlarged and remodeled thfiir store. Lunch was served a/id prizes given at a 9:00 draw- Ing. Mrs. O;rti* Ribs won the hair dryer; Glen Miller enough paint for a room; Mrs. John Hamilton the electric carving knife, Mrs. Warden Smldt tf«j electrl/; coffee rnafc&r, Debra Jaiuuwn the transistor radio and Clark Christenwsn the tricycle. ___ ImwiJiniuijiiiuiiiuinninniiiiitiufliiiiiiiiniiiinii Mru. Fred Munyer was dismissed from the Blue Earth hospital Tuesday. Mre. Dallas Green went through the clinic at Rochester arid Is now at home here. Saturday, Zllphy Hardt went to Algona and was met there by her son, Supt. Quontin Hardt. She returned to Havelock with him and on Sunday the Hardts and all attended a family reunion In observance of the fifty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sarnsol of Storm Lake. Mrs. Samsel Is the former Olga Hardt. Mr. and Mrs. Marlln Hardt of Swoa City also attended. Mrs. Hurdt spent tho week at Havelock and returned to Ledyard Saturday. 1 Welcome Whittemore Lassies Girls 4-H Club MRS. JAMES KOLLASCH - LEADER PRESIDENT SUSAN ELBERT VICE PRESIDENT JEAN HAAG Do turo to vltlt Ihelr display In our store We salute the County 4-H'er* for their fine v ork CARSON'S lor Color 210 E, State Algona Phone 295-3737 4*7 Kferxl it xt S dbvrcfe ar« *r toot April t. Mrs. -i itorjer it tte is Eha-Tr* Fr5 Mr. a&3 Wrs Dae t»3 fimil7 ^f Lfl(V*r», Mr. sal Mrs. Rrje Zitljbt »a3 faafly ^ Albert Ui, Mrs. Haaaafe ZitlriaE '/ Ul% umt, Mr. aal Mrt. Eieter Zlelafce aaj lauaflj of G«dheefi x»3 B«r. and Mrs. Victor YrfeMS uad leiailjirere 4iaiaer p«sts of fee Myroo Btscbes ia bgoor 9f tbeir 4a»- f&ter Jaddrs, who wfli be coo- firm^ oezl SHulay. Mr. aal ao3 Mr. Virflaia vf HaasJK** -were vf tfa* Kelria Basctec ia oj aucsfl irt» will be COD- Mr. a»J Mrs. RaroW cy back to I*crrtt(»«*terD fturiay. Mr. szjIMrg. GttaSS&dQjHEeler Us rfJter, Mrs. Aaaa Wetse, to MasoQ City Staday ere&Log. Ste ba/} come to attend b-yuwi aoolrersary lor Mr. aod Mrs. S3ra'm«meler at the ffwea City VFtf hall, Smday. March 20, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Counter a&O Da'«rn of Kelster, Mr. and Mrs. Wijlanl Boetteber, Paul aodi Jerry, Mrs. Don Hag&Jorn, TcxH and Darla and Mrs. Bob Jorgtoeon helped Paul Ztelsfcft c«l«braie his 81st birth- lay. I.S.U. To Offer Short Course In Journalism AME8 - Higb school graduates unable (or some reason or another to attend college Oils fall can learn the basic skills for an exciting career by enrolling In the fifth annual short course in community journalism June 8 to July 15 on the Iowa State University campus. ' "fifcorts writing, on-the-spot news gathering, photography and advertising are areas in which young men and women will find satisfaction and financial rewards," reports J. W. Schwartz, head of Technical Journalism at Iowa State and co-ordlnator of tlie short course program. > "The number of jobs available '• for young people In journalism ' In tremendous," he continued, "Our program Is aimed directly at the young man or woman who doesn't forsee college In the near future but who would like to learn basic skills a professional needs to know." The six week short course Is designed to teach fundamentals of news writing, editing, advertising and photography. Classroom Instruction Is combined with practical experience on the student newspaper during the summer. Cost for the six week's program Is $275 which covers room, board and tuition. Students live in a University dormitory and have access to all University facilities and activities, Including recreational programs. Since enrollment for this year's short course Is limited to 20 students, Schwartz urges interested persons to apply early. Application blanks or further information may be obtained by writing the Department of Technical Journalism, lowaState University, Ames, Iowa. ST. JOE IIHIMMUHIII Mrs. Ed McGuire Is a surgical patient in St, Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Hubert O'Brien was a medical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital .the past week. Mrs. Ralph Reding returned home oil Saturday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital In Ft. Dodge where she was a medical patient since Tuesday. Math Zeimet is entering St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, on Tuesday where he is to undergo surgery. Sister M. Adeline 0. S. F. Dubuque and Brother Donald McGuire, St. Benedicts, Atctiinson Kansas, were visitors here in the 'A tbgir p*r«ts, Mr. sad Mr*. ML T. KsSsIrt aa3 fesafir M?. zsd Mrs. r«4araed brae OB Frtisy Plneate, Arit, -»t«T« Slej featf rj -ritt r*latiT»« es£>7%3 a put seres Mwch Damog* BA5CBOFT - yi 4gmag* irz* £be StTHB to tbe tof fens*. Alas at tb* Sate&err arc - Bffi L«fi lit Albert Ua, &7 «1& loads of «a7»i>75Erf for tferee % cr/apte <?f veeks a^o, is S. Dai. for B&l Kid b? i£ to it L£TT£E He Rxi Exp^ Krrsis iaxr.T?c CCtr ;. CCt Lats i is fee 3e jjxroee*- «? rf COB- hots for comfort and styl* this latter You'll never own o hat as comfortable at an Adam. They actually conform to your head. Shown is the Adam Plaza w'rth imart center crease, the newest for Eoster. 10.95 CHARGE IT and SAVE, too ...at SAL WELCOME KOSSUTH 4-H MEMBERS The LuVern* Eager B«av«rt will hav« their dit- play in our show room thii Saturday, April 2, during 4-H Day. &• iuf« to ttop in and (*• it. Gary F««t it president and Bob F«« vice president of the club. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO 108 S HAH CHEVROLET ONE STOP SERVICE ALGONA, IOWA NOW! Revolutionary NO-IRON ENDURA PRESS SHIRTS \ vinos* long sleeve yn . *hort sleeve You need never, never, never iron this shirt! Yes, this is the shirt that makes all others old fashioned! Perfect blend of 65'/ Dacron polyester and 35'/< combed cottom needs absolutely no ironing, not even a touch-up! Stays neat, wrinkle-free all day, and the seams won't puck- erl White that stays white! Spread collar or snap tab. Sizes 14^ to 17. .CHAffGF..)T onc/.S'AVg. too .. at S&t Making a big impression... our little white sheath in a rich cotton brocade. 12/18 mode o'day FROCK SHOP JO RUARK, OWNER THURS. MARCH 31 thru SAT. APRIi 9 HONSBRUCH REXAU DRUG 14 E. STATE ALGONA

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