The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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REPLACE THAT BROKEN WINDOW AND DOOR GLASS NOW BEFORE WINTER BRING IN YOUR WINDOWS AND DOORS. COMPLETE STOCK OF GLASS - AND WE INSTALL, TOO. LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW UNBREAKABLE PLEXIGLASS WINDOW PANES-ALL SIZES. COAST TO COAST STORES ED WOLF, OWNER ALGONA 6-Mgona (le.) Upper DOT MoJne* ffnrr*4«r, Oetotwr 27, 1*6« Junior Class Play, ledyard, This Friday LEDYARD - The Led)-ard junior class will present its play "Dear Diary" Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. The play, a three act comedy, promises to be a great evening's entertainment. Marlene Johnson, Wayne Logemann, Judy Blotne, Roxy Baaman, Bill Johnson, Lynn Munyer and Shirley Ke«fe are in the cast. James Martin Is the director of the play. The admission price is 70$ for adults, 45£ for high school students and Z5? for children. - o - RAISE $279 The senior class treasurey is $279 richer since the Slave Auction was held Welnesday night. There were 17 sue- i •» ^a^a^ ^^^ ^^^ ^™^ •^•i^- -^"^^ • Shhhhl Don't mention a word to anybody. Simply slip down to our store and take a look at the precision -built GRUNDIG STEREOS. The perfect "big" Christmas gift for the one who means so much to you. Beat the Christmas rush and take advantage of fall prices. We have a brand new shipment of these quality stereos. So don't say a word, just come quietly to our store and take a look. But act now and get: • CHOICE SELECTION • BETTER LAY-AWAY PLAN Let the world of music enter your home this Christmas ! North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. 210 g. State ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-3634 also in 28 and 48 widths TIMtHo Make Your Home Winter-Tight, Draft-Free//" Use Crystal ClearsShatterproof Flex^CMSIass to Cover your Doors and Windowjr^Porches and Breakaways / FLf.X'0 GLASS is the only plastic window material that carries a 2 YEAR GUARANTEE. Look for the name FLEX-0-GL'ASS on the edge. Get Genuine FLEX-O-GLASS At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr. Dealer JUST CUT FLEX-0-GLASS TO SIZE AND TACK OVER SCREENS MUSIC-NEWS-SPORTS KEEP INFORMED LISTEN TO Udders for the 23 senior*. Pad Kite tad Jerry Clark were auctioneer*. Tbos« «f>o benefited from a days wort fefarday were Supt DeBoer, Eton Carpenter, Leon McCoy, Harold Herrog, Carlin Egertal, Mr§. IteMa Basch, Dare Farrow, Alfred Lloyd, Mrs. Glen fOock«, Erereti Thompson, Mrs. Carpenter, Jerry Gilbertson, Lawrence Tenet, Everett Johnson, Barton Johnson, Farmers Elevator and Marcial Bar* toio. - o - The Matteoer - Estle American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Glen Wocke will be the hostess. Diane Doocy began work Moo- day at Fairmont Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Herzog, Walter Herzog and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog visited Mrs. Looisc Herzog on her 84ft birthday OcL IS. Sunday, Walter and the Raymond Her togs visited het She had three birthday cakes and received many cards. Mrs. Vern Anderson was released from the Blue Earth hospital Sunday and John Kramers- meier Monday. Mrs. Ray Estle has moved to an apartment at the home of her daughter and family, the Leon McCoys. Cecil Darnell has moved Into the bouse vacated by Mrs. Estle. HOSPITAL NEWS OCTOBER 16-Admltted: Mrs. Alice Erickson, Algona, medical; Mrs. C. C. Shlerk, Algona, surgery. OCTOBER 17 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reding, Bode, girls, 8 pounds; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmltt, Algona, boy, 8 pounds, 1 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Arlene Norris, Richard Robinson, Wanda Mains, Algona, medical; Barbara Arend, Whlttemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Robert Slobo and baby, James Welp, Bernard Thllges, Algona. OCTOBER 18 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Chrlstensen, Wesley, - girl;. 9 pounds, 2 oz.; admitted: Delmar Clopton, Edna Bowman, Michael Kajewski, Algona, medical; Alma Bast, Algona, accident; Donald jCana- day, Irvlngton, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Harlan Bonnstetter and baby, West Bend; Mrs. Dean Dodds and baby, Algona; Frank Cink, Frank Butts, Mrs. Henry Otto, Algona; Maggie Thll- ges, Bode, Mrs. Arlene Norris, Algona. OCTOBER 19 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Rusch, Whittemore, girl, 3 pounds, 13 oz.; dismissed: Edna BoWman, Augusta Schulz, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Algona. OCTOBER 20- Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell, Algona, boy, 8 pounds, 4 1/2 oz.; admitted: Jean Elbert, Burt, surgery; Webster W. Gillesple, Arlene Christensen, Algona, medical; Joseph Collins, Llvermore, medical; Marion Hyink, Whittempre, medical; dismissed: Lev! Banwart, West Bend; Susan Crapser, Mrs. Dena Boekelmui, Algona. OCTOBER 21 - Births: Mr. and Mrs, Donald Baas, Whltte- more, boy, 7 pounds, 6 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Metzger, West Bend, girl, 8 pounds, 6 oz.; admitted: Harold Hutchins, Bonnie Strayer, Algona, medical; Fannie Albright, Algona, fracture; William Brauman, Eagle Grove, Accident; Joseph Wollner, Bancroft, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Richard Schmltt and baby, Wandy Mains, Mrs, Sonya Greenberg, Sister Mary Isadora, Fannie Albright, Algona; Joseph Origer, Whlttemore; Arthur Kohlhaas, West Bend. OCTOBSR 22-Admitted;Gary Nelson, Susie Walker, Lula Evans, Algona, medical; dism.'s- sed: Mrs, Esther Chrlstensen, Mrs. Norma Reding, David Dlmond, Bonnie Straye r, Algona; Donald Canaday, Irvington; Joseph Collins, Llvermore. OCTOBSR 23-Admitted: Baby Dale Rusch, Whittemore, boarder; Augusta Beitz, Algona, medical; dism'ssed: Mrs. Franklin Rusch, Whlttemore; Barbar Arend, Whlttemore; Richard Robinson, Edward Goecke, Arlene Chrlstensen, Michael Kajewski, Algona; birth: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Harrison, Whittemore, girl, 6 pounds, 11 oz. OCTOBER 24 - Admitted: Barbara Thllges, Bode, medical; Edna Harr, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Paul Ball and baby, Alice Erickson, Algona; M:s. Bernard Metzger and baby, West Bend; Lula Evans, Bode; Marion Hylak, Whlttemore; William Brauman, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Robert Jorfenson entertained 11 girls in honor of Bonnie and Paula's birftdars Satarday. Attending the party were Taramie Spear, Joyce Stnidt, Cathy Pingel, Mary Alice Haag, Bonnie Reese, Da*t» Gustafsoo, Laura Wontworth, Lorie Poppe, Tracy Farrow and Lori* rtanksmeier. Members of the y-arfn FeUow- sblp of Bethany Krangellcal and Reformed chur-.n enjoyed an crating at Foil Jeflacce, Esther- vllle Sunday. Jan Hagedorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Hagedorn, woo was injured In an accident at her home six weeks ago, has mrw been releasel from *Jie Blue Earth hospital. Thursday, Rev. Victor Vriesen and Rev. John Reiners from Lakota were in Dubuque where they attended the Burger lectures at Dubuque Seminary. Mr. and Mrs.Duane Thompson, Patty, Douglas and Donnle of Sioux City visited his mother, Mrs. George Thompson, Sunday. 'Manifesto' For Lutherans Gets Reading Sunday A 16-polnt "manifesto" to be read Sunday (Oct. 30) from the pulpit of First Ev. Lutheran church, Algona, will begin a period of self-examination and renewal at this church as well as the nearly 6,300 other congregations of the Lutheran church in America. Rev. Robert Lorenz, pastor of the First Lutheran church, said the manifesto consists of a check list of characteristics that a congregation alert to modern times must consider. It is the result of a two-year study by a special commission of the nature and mission of the congregation in today's world. Dr. Edgar ,M. Carlson, president of Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn., was chairman, and two Iowa pastors were members of the commission. "Some points of the manifesto seem to constitute an indictment of most of the congregations of our denomination," Pastor Lorenz stated, "but it is meant to be the beginning of a constructive and re-appraisal and renewal of the Church." It will be studied and discussed by the members of First Lutheran. , ' , Speech Winner A 1 former West Bend area resident and graduate of Algona High School 'arid Iowa State University, Ames, Gary Bernau, who now lives at Charles City, won the area 2 Toastmaster International Speech Contest at Waterloo Saturday night. He is now slated to compete in the humorous speech contest at Nevada, la., Nov. 13. His wife is the former Pat Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gilbert, Algona. THE UPPER DBS MOINES invites you to send in your own local news items. This I Believe About More & Better Jobs More and better jobs will result for lowans if a good climate for industrial development is maintained in the state. This climate was threatened by Democrats in the last legislative session through a variety of anti- industry proposals. It has been further aggravated by heavy tax increases proposed in the governor's tax study report. In addition to making Iowa's climate favorable for new and expanding Industry, the Iowa Development Commission should work more closely with local communities. Trained staff members should live In various regions of the state to work more closely with local groups. Local development will be of great help in keeping our talented young people in Iowa by providing challenging ami rewarding jobs. The quality of Iowa's workers is unexcelled, but unless we make good opportunities available, we will continue to lose them. More long-range planning and a wider scope of activities by the Development Commission, are two big steps I will urge Iowa to take now. MURRAY lor GOVERNOR Republican Stale Central Commit tpp, Robert Hay, Chmn. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I VOTE FOR MERTIE H. HUBER Republican Candidate for COUNTY RECORDER NOV. 8 • Received specialized training at Hamilton Bu*lne»« College, Mason City • Ten years experience in Titonka Saving* Bank • Experience as bookkeeper at Burt and Titonka elevators • Widowed with one son, Gary, student In Burt High School 82 & 84 M In the Algona Area, you know where the In Crowd is? At your Quality Buick dealer's.C Where else?) SchultZ BrOS., South Phillips St., Algona, Iowa it's time to change to an electric range... c—~-» ig Here's why more and more families are changing to electric cooking every year . . . CLEAN . . . Kitchen walls and curtains stay cleaner. So do pots and pans . . . and the range itself. It's as clean as electric light. SPEEDY . . . Heat starts the instant you flick a switch. And it goes directly to the utensil. You get accurate heat, controlled exactly with definite settings ... the same every time! AUTOMATIC ... a modern electric range almost cooks by itself, ,. gives you more time for your family or yourself. Precise measured heat cooks better. BETTER . . . Results improve because cooking speeds are controlled . . . You need less water . . . and save the vitamins in the food for better health. See your dealer today! Algona Municipal Utilities

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