The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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tipper ^ A JWotncs ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 2nd Section 12 Area Students. Dean's List 3 From Algona Recognized At Iowa State Ames, la. - Names of 793 students Including 12 from this area, are contained In the Dean's list for high scholarship during the winter Barter at Iowa State University. Students attain the Deans' List by earning a grade-point average of 3.5 or more (4 is A, 3 is B) while carrying at least 15 credit hours during the quarter. Dean Floyd Andre announced the names of 114 students In the College of Agriculture; Dean George Town 176 In the College of Engineering; Dean Helen LeBaron 155 in the College of Home Economics; Dean Chalmer Roy 313 in the College of Sciences and Humanities; and Dean Ralph KltcheU 3 5 in the College of Veterinary Medicine. In the list that follows are students, . their hometowns, curricula and parent information. Algona: Jean Christensen, Mathematics, Mr. and Mrs. Mads P. Christensen, 406 E. State; Lance J. Johnson, Industrial Administration, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson; Maureen R. O'Brien, Home Economics, Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, 416 E. Oak. Armstrong: William R. Looft, Psychology, Mr. and Mrs. Leon R. Looft; Stephen F. Brandenburg, Agriculture, Mr. Clements Brandenburg, RFD 2. Buffalo Center: Dale A. Rlsius, Animal Science - Preparation for Veterinary Medicine, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rislus. Corwith: Thomas F. Anderson, Chemical Engineering, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Anderson, Route 1 Ringsteds Trudy K. Huskamp, English and Speech, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. Swea Cltyj Rodney J. Smith, Chemistry, Mr. and Mrs.Gifford P. Smith. Titonka: .Mark E. Boyken, Zoology, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken; Kathleen A. Eden,Home Economics Education, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin H. Eden, RR. 1. Whittemore: Earl H. Maahs, Agricultural Business, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Maahs. Many Easter Guests Visit At Lone Rock LbNE ROCK - Easter weekend guests at the Rev. Albert Bullock home were their children, Ellen who teaches at Corning, Lester, student at Buena Vista, and his friend, Sandra Grant, Dexter, student at Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Dave Ludwig and Melinda, Lincoln, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton and children, Spencer, were Easter dinner guests a the Willis Cotton home. Easter guests at the Tena Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jensen and family, Otto Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, the Orville Deardorf family, Yale, and Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen and Brenda, Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ohm and son, Avoca, were Friday and Saturday guests at his parent's home, the Edw. Ohms. Mar- tin Schmidt was a Friday evening guest of the Ohms. The Wendell Steven family, Laurens, and Mrs. Maude Blanchard were Easter dinner guests of the Don Blanchards. Guests Sunday at the Jim Marlow home were Dell Marlow and the Bob Marlow family. The Gordon Blanchard family of Mason City were Wednesday supper guests of his mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, with the Jess Blanchards, Don Blanchards and Harlan Blanchards evening callers. Guests at the Wallace McArthur home two days last week were her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halstead, Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace-McArthur were Monday supper guests of Otto Richter, Elmore. Mrs. Ethel McChesney, Van Nuys, Calif., arrived Wednesday to spend some time with her mother, Mrs. Amanda Pettit and other relatives. The Legion Auxiliary held a joint meeting with the Legion. A check for $35.03 was sent for clothing for an assigned child in Des Moines. $40 was sent to the Iowa department for the girl being sent to Girls' State. A farewell gift spoon was given to Mrs. Dale Wegener, who has moved to Swea City. The last card party of the season will be held April 14 at 8 p. m. at the Legion hall. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thornsen arrived home April 6 after spending from Jan. 26 to April 6 in Phoenix. Enroute home they spent two days with the Kenneth Thomson family at Creston. Easter dinner guests at the i A. A. Kruegers were Kermit Krueger, St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Bryan and David, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer were afternoon callers and supper guests. Easter Sunrise Service was held at the Presbyterian church with the young people sponsoring it. Those taking part were Jill Blanchard, Susan Blanchard, Linda Knoll, Mary Lee Madison and Michael Lee. Gary Rath sang a solo and Kermit Krueger delivered the message. Ushers were Carol Jones, Ann Fortney and Dianne Person. Bancroft Lady Suffers Hips Fracture Again BANCROFT - Word has been received here by relatives that Mrs. Lillian Devine fell recently, fracturing her other hip. She fell last year*and also fractured a hip. She is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. Dr. Kenneth Devine and family live at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCllesh Dale and Darwin, visited over the weekend with the David and Duane McCleish families in Chicago. Mrs. C. C. Inman fell recently, fracturing her arm. She Is getting along nicely. Many folks from here are hospitalized. Mrs. Ray Wolf and Mrs. William Wiskus are medical patients at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mrs. Marvin Vaske is a medical patient at St. Ann, Algona. Edward Schiltz family moved from the Geo. Diers home Friday to their new home. SPECIALS AIR MATTRESSES Heavy Plastic Type — Reg. $1.69 SHOW PRICE CANVAS STYLE Full Size, Reg. $6.95 '4.90 SLEEPING BAGS All Bags Are Washable as low as $7.99 to $29.95 REGISTER FOR FREE SLEEPING BAG COAST GUARD APPROVED LIFE VESTS Adults and Children's Sizes (Reg. $3.95) SHOW SPECIAL '2.65 ONE-MAN or TWO-MAN RAFTS AVAILABLE... Men's One and Twp Piece RUBBER RAIN SUITS SHOW SPECIAL $A QQ Many of these ilemt can be purchased' ONLY at the show - April 15-16-17, at the Floral Hall, Fairgrounds in Algona, "On-The-Spot" Financing for larger items. TENTS! TENTS! TENTS! Children's PUP TENTS (Reg. $5.95) 1 5X7 Water Repellent SHOW PRICE FAMILY TENT SPECIAL (Reg. $59.95) SHOW SPECIAL 86 9X9 Umbrella with outside framing NO MONEY DOWN 1st Payment June 10 and many, many other tent style AND A 3-DAY PERSONAL $5,000 TRAVEL ACCIDENT POLICY INCLUDED FREE WITHTOKHASE OF ANY FAMILY SIZE TENT. THIS POLICY USUABIE AT YOUR THE ™ Special! Special! 10 FOOT ALUMINUM BOAT with Electric Motor (lewMVol Brand) with 2-year warranty REGULAR $189.95 SHOW SPECIAL... 139.47 IT'S A BIG WEEKEND IN ALGONA NORTH IOWA SPORTARAMA APRIL 15 -16 -17 2 p.m. - 9 p.m. Fri. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday ALGONA - FAIR GROUNDS 30,000 Sq. Foot Show - 38 Exhibitors Enjoy An Evening of Fun And Harmony At The 7th Annual Barbershoppers Parade Show AT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Saturday, April 16 8:00 P.M. Featuring 2 CHAMPION QUARTETS MID-STATES FOUR & ASTRO-NAUGHTS with the Kossuth Chorus and Local Quartets I •i ^Ll Algona -A Good Business Place Or To Enjoy Yourself - A Friendly City The Chriichlllei Store Modern Dry Oeaneri Pfrstrom Furniture Co. Graham'i WE ALL INVITE YOU United Building Center North low* Sewing Machine C.. Lindsay Soft Water of Kirk's Shoe Store Home Federal Savings it Loan Agg'n Elk Cleaner* Unlvertal Mfg. Co. Husk Dragg-Jewelry Perctval Melon .§ * L Dept. Store Fetter Firnltwe Co. Harrison's Variety Bomgaara 5 & 10 Shlltg BrownbUt Shoe Store Lalng Plumbing & Heating !'• Farnltare Hutiell Office 4 Bchoei Sheakleyi Iowa State Bank Algona Prodace Co. Leuthold-Willlami (The Hub Clothiera) Frederick Hardware Algona Floor * Feed Viking Qfl Co. Batcher grot. Implement Kouatfa Motor Co. Pott Transfer * Storage Honsbracb Drug WBBPHWWPilPl^i^SWMWB^ ^ • North Central Public Service Co. Zender*i Saiter'i Pavfe Paint Consolidated Co Op Creamerieg Wfltgen Jewelera Joe Bradley Equipment Taylor Motor Co. Sherwin-WllUami PainU ChrUtenien'a The Security State Bank Sharp'i Jewelry Algona Theatre Co. Ludwig'i Cafe Bebr Standard Service No. Iowa Appliance Center Algona Plumbing & Heating Pao Garage * Body Shop Irons Heating & Plumbing Cowan Corporation J. C. Penney Co. Scnult* firoi. Garage ft Oil Jack'g O.K. Tire Service Tberroogat Co. o| Algous Algona Implement Co. Brute wmianu ~ John Deer* Upper Pea Motnei PabUihing Co. Funk Plumblag 4 Hood'i Super Vili Canon'! for Color Taylor Implement Co, Smote shop

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