The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 5
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Sharp's Welcomes The Lone Rock Lively Rockets Girls 4-H Club - Saturday, April 2 - Kathy Btnten, Prat. Naditu McCUiih, V-P Visit their display this Saturday. Sharp's Jewelry 5 E. State Algona 295-5672 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnai Thursday, March 31, 1966 Quite A Few Firsts During Storm, Ottosen OTTOSEN - Stories about the storm are numerous. In fact, every household has its own interesting tale and they will not soon be forgotten. Other families who left home to keep warm were tiie Donald Larsons, who stayed with the Conrad Johnsons, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster were overnight guests at the Olvin Haugs, Mrs. Beulah Adams spent the night at the Neal Olsons, the Lester Wehrspanns were at the Allan Wehrspanns, Mrs. Helen Thacker and her three grandchildren, Julie, John and Tim Petersen, and their father, Art Petersen, stayed at the Erling Malmins. John and Tim were sick with chicken pox. Hats off to the young folks who were saddled with milking by hand, a job entirely foreign to them. Jim and Gary, sons of Mr, and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, had ten cows to milk. Their father was sick and returned home from the hospital Thursday. The Allan Wehrspann children also discovered they had weak WELCOME BUFFALO BOOSTERS OUR GUESTS BRENDA EDEN PRESIDENT TITONKA KAREN EDEN VICE PRESIDENT TITONKA MRS. LESTER EDEN - LEADER PENNEY'S WELCOME UNION BOYS OUR GUESTS MIKE NITCHALS PRESIDENT ALGONA DENNIS RICHTER ALTERNATE ALGONA JC s' PEIM, ALGONA, VICE PRESIDENT KENNETH STRAyER, ALGONA, LEADER BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT WELCOME BANCROFT BUSY BEES OUR GUESTS CORINNE CAYLER BANCROFT PRESIDENT HELENE WOLFE, BANCROFT, VICE PRESIDENT MRS. CLARENCE DIERS, BANCROFT, LEADER SHEAKLEYS hand and arm muscles when they helped their father milk. The Ivan Evensons were comfortably warm with their oil heater. No carrying cobs or wood as in the "old days." They had lamplight and candles. Mrs. Evenson explained lamps were used on the farm when she and her husband grew up. Their daughter, Jeannette, exclaimed, "You mean to tell me you lived like this all the time ?" Mrs. Edward Zinnel made coffee of ice cubes and snow on her gas stove. The Louis Jacobsons melted so much snow for household use they didn't think, there would be any left in their yard - you guessed it, there was I Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl resurrected a ten year old oil heater from their basement. It took them a half day to get it to work properly, but with it they were warm in the cellar. Cooking was via camp stove. Six teachers taking a night course at Ft. Dodge Tuesday were happy to reach home that night. Mrs. Mike Frohling drove ' and was. .accompanied by. Mrs. * Conrad-Vohnson, Mrs. iRobert Croker, Mrs. Leslie Hoverstein and Mrs. LeRoy Selvig. The class was over at nine and they started for home immediately, but visibility was poor and the wind fierce. There were no lights in either Bode or Ottosen and it seemed like they were driving out on the prairie. About half the T-V antennas were blown down and other minor damage to buildings was reported. Miss Moulfon Is Historian, State F.T.A. The State Future Teachers of American convention was held at North high school, Des Moines, March 26. The theme was "Excellence Through Education." The speaker in the morning was David Fagle, 1965 Iowa teacher of the year from Marshalltown, who spoke on "The Excitement of Being a Teacher." During the business session, nomination speeches were given by the candidates' campaign managers and acceptance speeches by the candidates. Phyllis Moulton from Algona competed against Linda Mason from Webster City for state historian, representing the North Central district. Phyllis Moulton won the state office. In the afternoon the speaker was Dr. James W, Lenhart, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational church in Des Moines who spoke on the topic "Up the Down Staircase." There were approximately 89 clubs with about 900 members attending. Kathryn Sorensen is the local sponsor for this organization. Lions Frolic Over Radio This Sunday Algona Lions Club annual radio day is to be held this Sunday, April 3. This is tl»* day when radio station KLGA allows Lions members to play the records and do the announcing of the advertising that they have solicit- ed from the Algona merchants. Proceeds for the solicitation of this advertising is used for the Iowa Lions Sight Conservation Foundation In Iowa City and for local Lions club activities. We hope that you will be tuned In Sunday from 9 to 11 a. m. noon to 12:45 p. m. and 1:30 to 5 p. m. The Lions wish to thank all the participating merchants and advertisers for their help in making this annual radio day project the success it is. With Recognition Honors To Two From Iowa State AMES, IOWA - Forty-seven outstanding high school students are among the latest group to be admitted "With Recognition" to Iowa State University. Congratulatory letters have been sent to the student advising them that they have been admitted in the next fall's freshman class and that their records at Iowa State ,-.will .carry a notation of" their special standing. ' Iowa State recently Instituted the practice of giving new students special recognition for their high academic achievements in high school. Those admitted "With Recognition" rank near the top of Iowa State's entering freshman class and of the nation's high school seniors. Certificates are sent to high school principals for presentation to the students. Among the students admitted "With Recognition" are Philip R. Taylor, 301 S. Jones, Algona, and Stephen J. Schuller of Whltte- more. HOSPITAL NEWS March 22 - Admitted: Mrs. Minnie Parrlsh, Charles City, medical; Mrs. Elma Buffington, Burt, medical; dismissed: Bran Wright, Maybelle Rentz, Algona. March 23 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. James Boudewyns, Algona, girl. 9 Ibs., 9 oz.; admitted: WELCOME 4-H OUR GUESTS BRIDGET QUINN BANCROFT PRESIDENT KATMY MURRAY BANCROFT VICE PRESIDENT MRS. STANLEY HATtFSTAD, LEADER BLUE & WHITE CLUB HARRISON'S ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE WELCOME GARFIELD HUSTLERS OUR GUESTS JOHN KETELSON PRESIDENT WEST BEND LELAND METZGER, WEST BEND, VICE PRESIDENT CLAIR REDING, OTTOSEN, LEADER FAREWAYSTORE Mrs. Lora Raney, Algona, medical. March 24 - Admitted: Adolph Larson, Roland Nagel, Randy Faber, Algona, medical; Alfred Weber, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Arthur Barber, Estherville, medical; Mrs. Maxine Laubenthal, West Bend, medical; dismissed : Mrs. Joseph Loebach and baby, Titonka; Mrs. Jerry Me Arthur and baby, Mrs. William Johnson and baby, Algona, Mrs. Leo Ludwig and baby, Mallard; Mrs. Howard Krause and baby, Lone Rock, Mrs. Frances Cink, Mrs. Mary Muckey, Jean Walker, Algona. March 25 - Birth : Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Graettlnger, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 6 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Susan Casper, Mrs. Martha Grandgenett; Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Richard Grosser and baby, Mrs. Maxine Laubenthal, West Bend; Mrs. David Barrie and baby, Randy Faber, Algona; Mrs.Erby Shipler and baby, Irvington, Mrs. Howard Krause and baby, Lone Rock; Mrs. Elma Bufflngton, Burt. March 26 - Admitted: Edward Mawdsley, Mrs. Eva Dunlap, Mrs. Charlotte Nash, Algona, medical; Mrs. William Doocy, Bancroft, medical; Dale Weiden, Corwlth, medical; William Gengler, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs.•Arthur Barber, Estherville. March 27 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reilly, Algona, girl 6 Ibs., 2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Emman Knary, LuVerne, medical; Mrs. Evelyn Kunkel, Cor- wlth, surgery. feeders Meet A meeting of special interest to all livestock feeders of the area, sponsored by the Kossuth County Livestock Feeders Assn. is scheduled for April 5 at 10 a.m. The group will meet at Barney Frankl's confined cattle feeding lot south of Algona. All will meet later for a one o'clock dinner at Van's Cafe. Here an opportunity will be given for questions and answers. Other speakers will be on hand. 'Old Gardens The oldest botanic gardens in the Western Hemisphere were established in 1765 in Kingstown on the West Indian Island of St. Vincent. WE L C 0 M E CRESCOBOYS OUR GUESTS DAVID SABIN PRESIDENT ALGONA RUSSELL SHAW VICE PRESIDENT ALGONA HAROLD BOSWORTH - LEADER ZENDER'S The young strappy look, the iced coffee color, and ALL WIDTHS QUADS TO C'S ALL LENGTHS ALL COLORS ALL STYLES AN :HANTING HAT A beautiful Easter begins with a new hat to give, a lift to your spirits and a fresh touch of flattery to your costume. This easter, please your audience . . . and yourself . . . add a hat for real charm. $4.00 to $8.00 - WELCOME BURT BLUE BIRDS - Leader — Mrs. Gerald Soderberg President, Diane Person V.P., Jean Lynch IN OUR STORE THIS SATURDAY

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