The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1966 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1966
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4 Genefofions, LuVeme Hoy Mow Injury Poises fa WiscotsiB - Cr*Jf, 0* old iwn of tfw H*Ui flt»*>f** /r«» tte h«r mow ii ftortr <M £3^ Cbfib, G, tonaer ratttest if fie lafe dark* ters, 4ted Frttoy at L vbere MM bad Ie? lone derlag r«oeot bad bea HI lor Curbttono Paint Teams In Action • Mtt, OM rt fht B» i. Staters, 9 ptteM tafrrj to his ktfri W«»fa**fe7, ifeen it traj wm&L i* 4 fNffer of a hay Tte tip of OK flayer vas off «ad *?me iterations CD 'Xtvrr fiaper. He was a fatten! to 0*? jerriow vere oSET iti MeCtiQ K ier», via Eer. cemetery. -wsrs SL M-fimith, Dean Parrott, dtar*i**t Tbnuj*.^ } «fa. I jtman yyl by aereral 2 Gross Fires 3IET - JEC lie tar 81 - l 2L, jrsz jrmcniatier Strj- ifer^ sat irmmn- •f-rumgr, V^TS Called TiDcrs&7 zfermxE to ei- £rss. At 3 p. m. ae J2sek Henry sst of tte city E JHC inc i. ±T£ -wiodi required KK ^Bois if vaier to get the .(in aane. ii locr later, they 21 krs& Seree miles sf tagoiB zt Rum rs s. iaiESrr area •¥^s ManVbitng Refete ffefe Dfes Suddeirfy Msfr. ScMte WHi ripc-og-vzy. fi is £ grytt. ssalea tie fire. West Bend Strres - i 'naif a 3L ^ Arrtt. £2, Bsac, sassmiibed 2! her fmsTf ivs* iFednesJzy, gnrf serrlcfes uers ieid Fri- T at 3e TFast fead \fcffyilJst -503 'rcrijj a MaflaixL TjPff. TKar. A ,, -«ai HIC ie sf two ^ tSiree Sisters JftyCw team captain* to the curb painting project, wlilcli It now taking pla/jo, are Chunk McCalw, John Mirpfiy and Dick Thoreaon. The JayC<t«0aro painting h//uw ntimbgrn aJon»{ curhw In Al^ona. The McCafx) team Includes .Jim Buscher, Garry Davla, KJrk Haye«, Torn Klwwier, Jim Sbll- Ltagton and Dennis Graottlnger. On the Murphy team arc I3ob Po«t, Mike Ball, Ken Meyer, Chuck Behr, Bob Clnk ami Itofjer Long. With Thoreson are Frank King, Jim McMahon, Les Foxhoven, Norman Frank, Jim L/wman, John Lande, Luther llartman and Bob Bomgaars. United Fund Here To Seek $15,450 Total Members of the board of directors of the United Fund of Algona met Wednesday night and approved a $15,450 budget for the 1967 fund drive to be held this fall, The amount sought this fall is $150 higher than in 1966 when the final total was $250 short of the goal. A total of 14 agencies, some local, others national and international, get a pre-detennined share of the funds collected here Clair Blossom served as chairman of the meeting ffe wtt a«Uttag wifib the haying at fee b»0« o< fata grand- fett«f , th* B« G. fefers. Swtd Of/on Dies funeral terTke* tor Aadrew n, M, Area Off, were held at (fee Banes Funeral h/*n« there. B» Oed Acae 22 at a rest home fa Estberrille. Burial ira* at S*ea City. A rfater, Mr*. /. O. Peterson of Swea City, »a* Us dosest relative. At Summer School Larry axrl Palma Srfding of Bart are amoof &e 431 students enrolled at Pent State College, Peru, Kebr., for Cbe first five- week 1966 summer session, At Insurance School Edwin P. Badd, Alfooa, recently soccessMly completed the graduate course of the fraternal sales training program for Aid Association tor Lafijerans, at Appleton, Wise. FIESTT Kay Cci, a Bedford Com- monity high sd>»l jonior, finished first in 3ie Itigfc jump and second in the 80-meter low hurdles as the km Osbofvhich she is a member, TOO the U. S. Track and Field Federation cently at in Terre Haste. g^o University j a 3e tern* af it:, T, Sratir S5 J£r, am" Mn. D n—i.i^ Max? BeicrsE ajnrnrt irani SET jp ut -Trrr irarf BT fas. 33.rf.ay ier= T prtrrnga. fjffif.. 2 i GEHicg** if Mrs. Mrs. Zrjas z i iatfly £ ^*»** *•"" . Vfrm iaif sc3Er=s Iran. i. 3L • niTrrrng g»«'Ta DIAMOND'S JULY 4th SPECIALS! Mr. Erzia aat Mrs. DsL±aexr Tie xierj a. Se ETEIS 'T« i T-TJS ipsEsfrs sc inrrsat 31 in!=saE£ Mr. Deasisg: ijae; -at rf s. ies HHT*J tTfTto'_ 5S3E2T*,, -rea s. jcrtrsir, iy Mrs. ^as^tt Beatars. A itsczy af S 21 ae prsssor. tare- B T ^TTfTBT J assies assi arc iy 22C TaCT y:."jgj33L igr • Mo-iron Shirts ^ 5eowtm>! Patterns Ames's Sizes: S - M I - XI - XXL jfeoys $1.99 up •= a. ^iT-re st •Jtii* rzgs VSK ' = ~ Fife Divorce, AJIU Chdme« ^.^ ^ Serts Honors JL a Jens. ic as -ze -af S&~ ^*^ is. ne eampasy's Frist? Ssr trpnree iere tils SWIM SUITS &oxer or Mod Styies Sizes 28-4o 2.99 Men's Knit Shirts Henleys, Valours, Banlons, Kodels, Odons Boys $1.59 up $ | . Short Sleeve SWEAT SHIRTS Cresians Reg. $2.49 Special S-M-L-XL in soft past«l shades. ,1.99 Tie M£TT C. DE=S- A cLstrsa r TS& sansea. iron, fraa. S& vis. sp. 2S maxtf Si ae Ssr. 11, 1552 a e-ir_ \f*nt easta*y ci i sa55<srt fc-r iicr £ i^lSe StTSSESE, J??^'^ r ''^ J is ts c Aduh or OuUrvn Sizes • LIFE PRESERVES ^ ^••^H U.S.CCAST 4 B^H "UFEVESTS" sai: i isa. «. i 1 ? Mr. SsiT list ic £ 21 H*M. Si is UHe Tie !_ E. lira Ci, -f ;_£ ^•;-"r^-ir JjtS — " ~ T±L MaCiTCEj Hie. Avollcble PLASTIC AIR MATTRESS WITH PILLOW Red, Green. Yellow Limit 2 GIRL'S ' • WRANGLER • CUT-OFFS • 8$ "™ 2.951 or , »«a. • + All Mochine'Wash'ablei SLEEPING BAGS t Q) * $7.99 to $29.95 \ BLANKETS j S $2.79 t WOOL $4,99. •

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