The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1966 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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Adult Classes Will Begin Here Jan. 9 Plans for the Algona Community School adult education classes have been definitely developed. It is expected that most of the classes will begin Monday evening, Jan. 9. Exceptions are advanced typing, gun smithing and shell reloading, which will meet Wednesday evenings. Also, the driver education class will not begin until Mar. 13. Classes planned thus far are beginning sewing, advanced sewing and alterations, beginning knitting, advanced knitting, upholstery, decorating your home, cake decorating, modern math for parents and other adults, public speaking, speed reading and reading efficiency, southeast Asia and the modern world, layman's law, beginning conversational Spanish, tragic drama, investments and marketable securities, and basic principles of insurance. Also, fundamentals of bookkeeping, beginning typing, advanced typing, shorthand, sketching and oil painting, creative clay, ceramics, general metal shop, woodworking and furniture refinishing, gun smithing and shell reloading, beginning bridge, intermediate and advanced bridge, men's recreation, exer- cise and recreation for women, Red Cross first aid, basic aviation and driver education. Tuition charge for most classes will be 50$ per session, payable in total at the first class meeting. Thus, a $5 charge would be made for a class with 10 sessions. Most classes are planned on a 10-session basis. There are some exceptions, however. There will be no tuition charge for the Red Cross first aid class or layman'slaw. These are presented as a community service. Also, it will be necessary to have a tuition charge of $30 per individual for the driver education instruction. A minimum enrollment of 10 will be necessary for most classes. A minimum enrollment of 20 is \ necessary in adult drivers' education. Enrollment may be made in the above classes by calling Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie at 295-3518 between 8:30 and 5 p. m, Monday through Friday, or by writing Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community High School. You may also stop personally at the office of the high school principal. When enrolling give your name, address, telephone number and the class of your choice. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE - Nicely located 4- space lot in Riverview Cemetery owned by Fred Byson. Contact IRV1N SEEMAN, Algona, Phone 295-2596. (94-95) ..» .» Cut Ribbon At Sears Office *.-• i- .**• • •& i.^N--%^-ii«-*i>ft.'i ft \ft 1 «^" ' • * jl ' ' "—' Mayor Bill Finn was present, along with other dignitaries here Thursday morning, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony which kicked-off a three-day grand opening at the Sears catalog sales office here. Large crowds attended the event, according to Manager Larry Buhr, and free gifts were presented to all who visited the store, located at 115 East State Street. Shown at the ribbon-cutting ceremony are, left to right, Ted Chrischilles, president of the Cham-| ber of Commerce, Dick Cook, newly - elected" vice president of the Industrial Development Corp., Mr. Buhr, Jerry Keenan, Sears district manager>| Mayor Finn, Frank Taylor, Sears regional sale^ manager, and Pamela Ericson, Miss Iowa, Iron Sioux City. Miss Ericson was present to greet visitors and aid with registration for three major door prizesj (UDM Graphic-Polaroid Flashfoto) DIAMOND'S oMIZE - and get Better Values, Tpo" when You Buy Your WINTER WEAR at DIAMOND'S. MERRY GIFT IDEAS FOR CHRISTMAS.'.' Boys' Washable ORDUROY REVERSIBLE PARKAS These reverse to "The Animal look." You must see this coat to appreciate the styling, quality and the low, low price. Sizes 10 . 16 in blue, gold and mint. With hood. $10.99 up THE MOD LOOK!! •*"*«--•-• MEMS' AND BOYS' ALL-WEATHER COATS Orion Pile Zip-Out Tuning PLAIDS Truly a $24.95 Value MEN'S SIZES only $18.99 X-loni . • O'Sftn . . . $19.99 BOYS SIZES $13.99 In corduroy, brushed denim, cowhide, or imported suede cloth. You name the fabric, we BENCH WARMERS hav. th. .tyl.. Boy,'I )€ *!*Ett£*i* Sizes 10'S to mens' 46'slplush nylon pile lining. and extra longs includ- ! SixM * " 46 ln nav * blu * ' $12.99 UP Some have zip-out linings! >X MOD SLACKS Elephant wale cords in brown, gold, white or bie- ge. The new chili colors, too, in Hopsacks and herringbones. Sizes 28 - 36 $5.95. J8.99 SM our selection of Mod Shirts I Men's and Young Men's SWEATERS Pullovers Zipper Front Cardigans Cadet Styles Button Front Washable Orlons, Wools, Mohair blends in every style made today. Sizes to fit all. $4.99 to $17.99 Sixes 4 . M's X-TBA SIZES TOO I Timex Watches,Binoculars, American Tourister Luggage & Hush Puppies Shoes! «•'«• r r r <.<-<_<

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