Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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14 of 16 band queens appear in COLLEEN ELLIOTT Swea City JANETTE MILLER Garrigan CAROL SLONIKER Algona MARY LOU VASKE Bancroft DIANA JONOEWAARD Corwith-Wesley LINDA BROWER Kanawha EUGENIA KLOCKE Ledyard TRUDY ROSSINO Twin Rivers JOANN SMIDT Titonka (CHERYL BERKLAND Sentral CHARLOTTE LAPPE Burt SANDRA SHEETS Goldfield , LINDA MEYER Woden - Crystal Lake PEGGY BURTIS LuVerne Sen* Miller (Continued from Page 1) interest rates because the lender figures inflation will rob him of part ot his normal rate of inter- 'est. ;;•••,', . Inflation has brought the purchasing power of the dollar clown from 47 cents last year to 42 cents this year 'and prospective 38 cents next spring. The government continues its deficit spending which means more borrowing by the government. With the administration paying SVa to 6 per cent interest on its borrowing what chance does a businessman or farmer have to borrow at less, Senator Miller asked. » The war on poverty has- been | a colossal waste. The administration spent $700 million the first year', asked $1,500,000,000 the second year and $1,700,000,000 this year. It has been rock- sd by scandals and inefficiency by administrators who have no ability or training in the work. It costs an average parent about $1500 to send a child to college. It cost the government $12,500 per enrollee in the poverty program. 1 The present kind of prosperity is not the kind we want. The unemployment figure is not typical of conditions because there are 425,000 more people working for the government this year than last; 650,000 additional in the army; and more than a million working in, defense plants over a year ago. ; i—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, SFPT. 29, 1966 Lloyd Smith, republican" candidate for state auditor,, spoke briefly. Miller was introduced by Karl Kiilsholm, and W. B.i"Bing" MacDohald was toastmaster. Kirk Hayes gave quota awards for fund raising, and Chet Schoby, county chairman, gave a talk on the coming campaign. SHOWER IS DATED Ledyard — There will be an open house shower for Roberta Wentworith October 7 at the Ledyard Methodist church at 7:30 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited. No other invitations are being sent. She will marry Michael Kooris, of Swea City, on October 22 at the Swea City Baptist church. is™ ANNUAL KOSSUTH COUNTY BAND FESTIVAL MORNING •••;- ••' 10:00 a.m; — Parade. Formation starting at old athletic 10:30 a,m. — Luncheon starts for all bands at High -School Annex. , ' •"• • . . . 11:30 a.m. — Luncheon for Bandmasters (and wives) and Brand Queens at Algona Hotel. . AFTERNOON ) 2:15 p.m. — Marching band demonstration on State Street. • . • ' : '"• : , '•'•' •• ' ''•.•".• ••'''" "'' 2-4 p.m. — Sock Hop, at High School Gym. 2:30 p.m. — Concert at Kossuth Courthouse. ( 2:45 p.m. — Introduction of Band Queens at the Courthouse. Master of Ceremonies, Mayor William J. Finn. . :: 3:05 p.m. — .Marching band demonstration on State * Street. '' '• ' •' ; ' "" " ' .• '"' ' ' •..•'. ••' EVENING 5:30 p.m. — Program at new High School Football Bowl.' Master of Ceremonies, Ted Chrischilles, President Algona, Chamber of Commerce. ; Entry of Bands (across football field East to West,.) Introduction of Band Queens. Star Spangled Banner by Algona High School Band. Special Feature Twirling by Lani Jo and Lsisa Gill. ' Fort Dodga Landers Drum & Bugle Corps and Flag Drill. •.'•'•• Massed Band Numbers conducted by visiting bandmasters (to bs announced). Crowning of 1967 Algona Band Festival Queen by Miss Maribelle Ives, 1966 Queen. ' Massed Band Number, "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." Free shows for the band members at the Algona Theatre by the Algona Cbamber of Commerce at 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. as arranged. ' CORONET — A unique grille* and wide lower body strip* highlight the fresh styling. In I POLARA — Largest in its price class. Offerad in nine models, including the Polara 500 26 separate models, all featuring bumper-recessed parking and backup lights. . | 2-door hardtop, above. T?ssr« s $ l w > ';T'<r > 3!f*iWsv SEE THEM ALL — Friday SEPTEMBER 28th & 30th AT PERCIVAL MOTORS $ ft * DART — Still the largest of the compacts. Fresh and sporty. Offering many new safety and convenience features. DRIVE ELEGANCE . . . DRIVE THE *" 1967 CHRYSLER! See the new series of Newport Customs! . . . Chrysler 300 ... Chrysler New Yorker. Reclining seats are now in option on ALL Chryslers. New styling — Many new features. An Opportunity To Win The 1967 Of Your Choice REGISTER TODAY In Dodge's Big • "REBELLION SWEEPSTAKES" MONACO — Distinguished in its class, Monaco leads the 1967 Dodge line, six separate models. •' • Available in LINE OF DODGE TRUCKS A full-line of Compact, Medium and Heavy-Duty models covers 93% of the market. WIDiST SELECTION IN HISTORY! PERCIVAL MOTORS SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-2471

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