The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1966
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Alaona, (Id.) Upper DM Maine* Tuesday, May 17, 1966 Former Algonan Is V-Presidenl At Iowa State Moore was made university cost analyst and promoted to professor of industrial engineering in 1961. As assistant vice president he has coordinated research contract and grant fiscal arrangements between the university and outside agencies, and has analyzed costs of instruction, budget changes and other aspects of university fiscal operations. Since 1959 he also served as director of the U. S. Air Force Operations Analysis Standby Unit at Iowa State. The unit provides the Air Force with scientific personnel from the university for emergency and standby assistance and for short-term special research projects. No Classes There will be no classes at St. Cecelia's Academy here Thursday, due to the Feast of the Ascension. WAYNE MOORE Wayne R. Moore will become vice president for business and finance at Iowa State University July 1, succeeding Boyne H. Platt who is retiring from the position at the age of 65. Platt will continue his association with the university on a nine-month basis. Moore, whose appointment was approved Friday (May 13) by the State Board, of .Regents, joined the Iowa State staff in 1946 and has been assistant vice president for business and finance since 1964. Moore was born in Buffalo Center in 1919 and was graduated from Algona high school in 1936. He received the B. S. degree in electrical engineering from Iowa State in 1942 and has done graduate work here and at Columbia University in statistics, economics, engineering, management and operations research. In World War n, he served 4 years in the anti-aircraft artillery and army air corps, including 2 1/2 years in Africa, India and Burma. MISS TWIN RIVERS—Peggy Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orren Olson, Bode, is Twin -Rivers' candidate for Miss North Iowa at the Band Festival. A senior, she is president oE the band, is in the mixed chorus, girls glee club and madrigal and small groups. She is on the student council, national honor society and annual staff and is the newspaper editor. She was in the class play and was homecoming queen. Her father is a. farmer. SOFT-RIDE TRACTION TERRA TIRES! ™L DELUXE TO. Emperor Powerful, dependable, smartly styled 6 h.p. rider. Big, wide tread, low-pressure Terra-Tires. Choice of 26" or 32" Flex-N-Float rotary. Front and rear wheel fenders. Deluxe foam cushion seat with back rest. STOP IN - LOOK OVER OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF MOWERS Algona Flour & Food "Ttyfer't .vWfw ''ffM!N|pf FtrtilUef" Jurors Named For Damage Matter Here Jurors were selected In district court here Friday to hear a damage case, Sanftner vs. Elbert, before Judge Joseph Hand this week. The May term of court is slated to run until about May 28. Members of the jury hearing the current matter are Shirley Sorenson, Albert Loeschen, Irene Day, Art Renger, Dale Wegener, James Haverly, Eunice Vaudt, Mary Eisenhower, Jens Sorensen, Laura Becker, Floy Marlow, and Myrtle Richardson, with J. P. Studer, alternate. Driver Charged After Mishap An Algona driver, David A. Camp, 17, was charged with following too closely after a minor mishap here Friday at 10:10 p. m. His auto struck one driven by Frank A. Smith, 57, also Algona, at the intersection of State and Dodge streets, with $75 damage resulting. Saturday at 9 p. m., autos driven by Frank W. Koppen, 73, Algona, who was backing out, and Thomas L. Fuchsen, 18, Whittemore, collided on State street, with $60 damage resulting DIAMOND'S: GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE Sport Shirts No-Iron Slacks ^ • ! :«i:-:..,. ^."11 1U V i •* * el 1*1; • i $1.95 to W5 Many No-Iron styles and patterns. Velours — Banlons — Henleys — Cottons and Dacrons tool Sizes 14'/a to 19'/ 2 . Latest styles and fabrics with belt loops and without. In Hopsacking as well as Dacron and Polyester blends. Narrow cuff or wide cuff — we have it I In the following colors: Laden, Burgundy, Black, Tan, Olive, Char Brown, Slate Gray. Sizes 28 to 44 5.95 • • • • • • TIMEX WATCHES For Men, Young Men, Ladies and Young Ladies. Starting at Many styles to choose from including self winders. $6.95 to $21.95 ' Here's another perfect gift for GRADUATION . . . American Tourister Luggage, the world's most wanted luggage. Permanite coverings, lush, quilt- id inferiors, and In eight sizes for the young man or woman. AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE NO MONEY DOWN - NO PAYMENTS TILL JULY 1! Use our handy financing,

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