The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1966 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Dodgers National Champs The Dodgers, finishing with an 8-1 won-lost mark, took the 1 title in the National Little League here this year. They were coached by Tom Kissner and Bob Shillington. Squad members who are shown above include, front row, left to right, Roger Atherton, Gene Hunt, Steve Skilling, Lance Mueller and Howard Raney. In back, left to right, Jackie Schoby, Doug Shillington, Ronnie Monson and George Hix. Squad members not in the photo are Chuck Farrell, Rick McVay, Dennis Payne and Mark Elbert. (UDM Polaroid Photo) be on vacation soon and will be here to visit the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Judd St. John, Perry's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer, and the parents of Perry's wife, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black, Burt. Perry is manager of a radio station at .Sav LOCALS PERRY ST. JOHN, his wife and children, Mike' and Kelley, who live at Savage, Minn., will DR. AND MRS. Ray Potter were at Park hospital, Mason City, where the former had a check-up. He will go back in another week for a further check- 'up. MR. AND MRS. Chester Schoby left Thursday for a vacation trip, the first stop being at Dubuque where they remained overnight with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schoby. From there they went to Michigan and will see friends whom they had met on a previous vacation and will follow the lake shoreline most of the time. MRS. MYRA OSTRUM and Mrs. Elliott Skilling were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ostrum and family of Dubuque. Stephen is a grandson of Mrs. Ostrum and a son of Mrs. Skilling. Other guests at dinner Sunday to join Stephen and family at Mrs. Ostrum's were Mr. and Mrs. Don Baade and fam.\ly of Titonka. Mrs. Baade is a sister of Stephen. DR. AND MRS. F. E. Sawyer of Fort Meyers, Fla., had expected to be here some time ago and planned to make the trip via plane. In the meantime, the strike came up and rather than delay their visit longer, they are coming via auto. At Kansas City, they will visit their son, Dr. Floyd Sawyer, a pediatrician, and at Nevada they will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William New. They will then come here and will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. MRS. WINSTON WHTTEHEAD, nee Gwen Jones, former Algonan who lives at Mason City, has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox. Mrs. Whitehead's mother, the late Mrs. Maude Jones, who ' for many years was aclerkatthe Goedersdry good store and was also employed at the courthouse. MR. AND MRS. Earl Miller had as guest last week Tuesday Mrs. Clayton Miller, Fairmont. BEECHER LANE, who works in Nebraska for the Directory Service in the Aurora andQuinby area, was home for the weekend and brought with him Mrs. John Cox, Aurora, Nebr., and Mrs. Pearl Mahoney, Quinby, Nebr., who were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller. ~ CASPER TfflLGES, resident at the Good Samaritan Home, had as callers Wednesday his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roney Thilges, Tracy, Minn. JMR. AND MRS. C. G. Venteicher are planning to go to Denver, Colo. August 14 for a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Walling. Mrs. Walling will return with them for a week. Plans had been made for going August 7 but for various reasons the date had to be changed. MRS. ROBERT Gillingham and Janet returned recently after a visit with Robert Gillingham Jr. and family at Eaton Town, N. J. and the William Gilligans, former Algernons, at Long Island, N. Y. They are now being visited by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chastain and family, Miami, Okla. Mrs. Chastain will visit here for three weeks. SISTER MARY Imelda Dougherty is one of the 30 participants completing an eight week's course in the use of the most modern secondary curriculum materials at the University of South Dakota. Four From Area At SCI Music Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, August 9, 1966 Tigers Share American Top John J. Forbes and Hazel McEiiroe, Algona are among 157 Iowa high school students who have been attending the Summer College Institute in Music, July 31 - August 7, on the State College of Iowa campus, Cedar Falls. Sue Nelson, Wesley, and Vicki McGuire, West Bend, also attended. The institute seeks to provide a cultural center of study in music, art and literature for high school students which will offer training and experience in the fine arts and providing social living experiences in a college environment. Daily band rehearsals are being held under the direction of Dr. Karl Holvik, professor of music at SCI, while the chorus is led by Harrison Boughton, 1956 SCI graduate and assistant The Tigers finished with a 6-2 record hi the American Little League here and tied for the loop championship with the Orioles. Members of the squad are shown here. They are, front row,- left to right, Bob Thompson, Gary Helmers, Tom Kinseth, Tim McGuire, Bill Smith, Gordon Hentges and Dave Shillington. In back, left to right, Coach Harlan Steburg, Rick Kramar, Nick Kramer, Dave Zumach, Pat Esser, Dave Bowman and Coach Don Smith. Other squad members during the season were Kent Handel, Eduardo and Adolfo Franco. (UDM Polaroid Photo'by Dan Smith) professor of music at the University of Wichita. A concert was performed by the students at 2:30 p.m. August 7 In the Music Hall auditorium. NEW SCOTCH BRAND typewriter cleaner — clean — fast — convenient. Office Dept, Upper Des Pub. Co. FOSTER'S IS OBSERVING IT'S GOLDEN A GOOD OLD TIME OLD FASHIONED BONUS EVENT IT'S OUR GOLDEN YEAR The Foster store was established 50 years ago, with the idea of furnishing | the people of this area with Quality furniture at a price people can afford. And when Foster's have a bonus event — it is an event because the Quality furniture at Fair prices mean bigger and better bargains. To celebrate our Golden Year we are staging just that Old-Fashioned kinc'l of « n event — quality at savings. No brought in furniture — this is all] our regular stock of famous brands that you know. NOW IN PROGRESS BUT SOMETHING NEW has been added in recent years to make your buying here much morel valuable to you and at an additional savings — GIFT HOUSE STAMPS! are given with all cash purchases. With these you can get additional gifts I for yourself or your home. Be sure to VISIT THE REDEMPTION CENTER I in our store and look over the hundreds of wanted items you can get FREE] with GIFT HOUSE STAMPS. BONUS SALE 20% OF YOUR PURCHASE GIVEN IN ADDITIONAL MERCHANDISE FREE! ENTIRE FURNITURE STOCK INCLUDED IN THIS BIG ANNIVERSARY EVENT SEE HOW MUCH YOUR 20% CAN GET FOR YOU IF YOU BUY THIS MUCH S 50 $100 $200 $300 YOU ADDITIONAL FREE $ 10 5 20 $ 40 $ 60 FOR EXAMPLE — If you buy a $200 sofa, a $50 chair that goes with it beautifully will cost you only $10. If your bonus on a certain something comes to $31.50 and you spot a lovely table for $31.50 you get it for nothing. Your bonus on a brand new bedroom might well be enough to cover the price of spring and mattress for it. The more you buy the more you save! DURING THIS SALE NO HOLD ORDERS . . . • NO EXCHANGES . . . • ALL SALES FINAL . PLEASE FOSTER'S WHERE QUALITY FURNITURE AT A PRICE THAT YOU CAN AFFORD HAS BECOME A TREASURED TRADITION

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