The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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r New Big Bear Store Set 4 For Construction Here Big Bear of Algona has announced plans for construction of a new building here. Palmer J. Peterson, president of the company, stated that the wonderful response given to the Algona store is the reason for the new building. Plans call for a building with about 8,000 square feet of floor space to house the more than 16,000 items that will be stocked in the new building - with plenty of free parking space available. Location of the new building will be on highway 18, about two blocks west of the junction of highways 18 and 169, and Tietz Construction Co. will be the general contractor. The store is to be ready for occupancy by February, 1967. Ed Crawford, shown above, manager of the present store, will remain as manager of the new expanded operation. and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend by Father Greving. Sponsors were Suzanne and Glenn Wilson. Donald Holt and Mrs. Eva Holt of Clear Lake, S. D., Mrs. Gaylord Miller of Altamont, S. D., Mrs. Myron Blum gren of Tyler, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Espinosa and family of Mason City called at the Margaret Holt OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Melissa Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler, was baptized Sunday atSts. Peter Algona, (la.) Upper Oes Molnei- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1966 home Saturday following funeral services for Loren Daniel. Larry Telford of Ottosen and John W. Nielsen of Rolfe piloted two planes toTopeka, Kans., Friday, returning Sunday. The Foremen, a barbershop quartet from Rolfe, of which Mr. Nielsen is a member, and their wives, took the trip. The quartet placed fifth in a contest there. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Edwards of Forest City were Saturday night visitors at the Mike Froh- lings. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Craft of Charles City. The American Lutheran church women will have their bazaar Thursday night, Oct. 13, beginning at 8 p. m. Jean Kleve will be the auctioneer. The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday with Mrs. Essie Cooper. They had perfect attendance. Mrs. Edward Zinnel gave the lesson on "New Yorker's Opinion of Iowa." Mrs. Lester Wehrspann had the recreation. GARRIGAN HIGH SCHOOL'S 8th ANNUAL CARNIVAL SUNDAY, OCT. 16 SMORGAS SERVING 3 to 8 P.I In the Garrigan High School gym, Algona, Iowa Everybody Welcome - The Fun Starts At 3:00 P.M. ADULTS — '1.50 CHILDREN - '1.00 - DOOR PRIZES - FIRST PRIZE 21" Console Qr '500.00 RCA COLOR TV SAVING BOND SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE R RADIO ELECTRIC BLENDER Games and fun for all the famil

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