The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 16, 1966
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Gov. Hughes To Speak For Democrats Here Governor Harold Hughes will be the main speaker at this year's Democratic campaign kickoff dinner, according to an announcement today by Joe Straub, Democratic county chairman. The dinner will be held at the Garrigan High School auditorium Wednesday, Aug. 31, at 6:30 p.m. Hughes, a powerful and decisive speaker, entertained over 400 guests at the Democratic rally two years ago. He has also appeared in Algona each year at the annual Governor's Day, sponsored by the Northwest Iowa Mayor's Association. Hughes' talks to the mayors are designed to be non-political but since the primary elections are to be held on Sept. 6, just a week after his appearance here, he is expected to discuss political matters at the Democratic rally. The speech Hughes made in Algona last June at the mayors' meeting attracted statewide attention. At that time Hughes deplored the tremendous unnecessary pressures being put on school children. It is not known whether this will be Hughes' final visit to Kossuth county before the November elections. Every county in the state has requested his appearance during the campaign this fall because, Hughes, who carried all but two Iowa counties during the 1964 election, is expected to give the entire Democratic ticket a lift wherever he appears. Tickets to the dinner go on sale today at $5 and are available from all precinct committeemen and women and central committee officers. Additional details of the dinner will be announced later. Three Kossuth Students Get S.C.I. Degrees A record-breaking number of candidates for degrees took part in Summer Commencement Exercises Aug. 5, at 7:30 p. m. at State College of Iowa, O. R. Latham Stadium. A total of 314 candidates received degrees, setting a new high for summer graduates at SCI. Candidates for degrees from this area, pending successful completion of their academic work, include: Kathleen M. Peterson, B. A., Lakota; Sandra L. Gabel, M. A,,; and Melba J. Kittelson, B. A., Swea City. Must Postpone Iowa Confab The second annual Northwest Iowa Community Conference which was to have been held in Washington, D. C. Aug. 17 -18 has been reset for Sept. 7-8, according to an announcement by Iowa's Sixth District Congressman Stanley L. Greigg. Mr. Greigg said that although about 50 persons had made plans to attend the conference and that others were in the process of arranging to go, only about one- fourth of the 50 had been able to confirm transportation arrangements. After consulting with Orville Kinworthy of Spencer, Chairman of the Conference, it was decided that a postponement was in order to allow more time to make travel arrangements. HELP WANTED-Carpenters and Construction laborers for steady work. ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO., Hwys. 17 & 18 West, Emmetsburg. (61-62) Card of Thanks FOR RENT s^:vi Algona, (la.) Upper Dts Moirm Tuetdoy, August 16, 1966 FOR RENT - Three bedroom Home, hardwood floors, carpeted living room. Close in. Ph. 295-5812. (61-62) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for the cards, gifts and visits while I was a patient at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge and since returning home. A special thanks to the ladies who brought and served the lunch to the men who were haying on our farm. Mrs. Steve Loss. (62*) WANTED WANTED - Parts Man and assembly-delivery man.These are both good jobopportunities with promising futures. JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. Ph. 2952421. (61tfn) WANTED - Full or part time Kindergarten Teacher. Contact J. R. KENNEDY, Bancroft Independent School Board. (61tfn) WANTED - Full time man for service station work* Phone 295-2775 or 295-2085. (61-62) WANTED - Custom work, plowing - new six-bottom outfit. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton. Phone 889-2864 or 889-2818. (60-91*) WANT TO BUY - Good Magneto for F-20 tractor. MERLE WELLENDORF, P. O. Box 113, Algona. (62-65*) CAREER OPPORTUNITY *» IBM OPERATORS SERIOUSLY NEEDED $350 * $700 This is a future in a big industry for men and women age 18-49. Short training period required; all inquiries acknowledged. Reply to Director IBM Automation, Reply Box 535-1, c/o this newspaper giving Name, Address, Age and Phone No. CHAMPION NYLON CORD TIRES CHECK THESE QUALITY AND SAFETY FEATURES • FIRESTONE SUP-R-TUP RUBBER for maximum mileage and rugged, durability • PRECISION TREAD DESIGN for superb traction on wet or dry pavement SAFETY-FORTIFIED NYLON CORD BODY for added protection against impact breaks • SUPER-WELD CONSTRUCTION for greater safety at turnpike speeds 6.70-15 (7.75-15) 7.10-15 (8.15-15) 7.60-15 (8.4545) 8.00/8.2 O15 (8.85-15) 60013 .r- 65013 SIZE 7.50.14(7.75-14) IIOTCn 8-00-" (8-25-14) L I O I C U 8.50-14 (8.55-14) Size listed also replaces size shown in parenthesis "All prices plus taxes and trade-in tire off your car." WHITE WALLS ADD «3 Pro Signature Autograph Model Big Off the tee Limit 3 per customer at this price. Additional balls $1.00 each Take Months to Pay NATIONWIDE GUARANTEE No Limit on MILES... No Limit on MONTHS FULL LIFETIME GUARANTEE (gainst defects in workmanship »nd ma,- terlals and all normal road hazard Injuries encountered In everyday passenger car us* for tha Ufa of the original tread design In accordance with term* of pur printed guarantee certificate. Price'of replacement pro-rated on original tread depth wear and based on Firestone adjust* ment price which may or may not be the came a* original purchase price of replaced tire or actual current selling price of replacement. Priced o» shown at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestone Dealer! and at all itrvict station* displaying the FifMtOM lign, Joe Bradley Firestone South of Algona Hotel Phono 295*2421

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