The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1967 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1967
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4-Algona (la.) Upp«r Dti Motnai Thonday, Jan. 19, 1967 Good Week For Registrations, New Vehicles Thirty-five new vehicles were registered in Kossuth county last week, going to the following persons: International Truck - Algona Implement. Fords - Dr. W. B. Redman, Lakota (PUJ; Universal Mfg. Co., Algona (PU); Elmer Palm, Armstrong; W.iyne Baker, Sw°a City; John Larson, Swea City; Russell Harms, West Bend; Wm.Thilges, Bode. Chevrolets - Wm. Erpelding, Algona (PU>, Ray Schutjer, Wesley (PU); Dennis Dreesman, Tlt- onka (PU>, Orville Hurlburt Algona (PU); Albert Hellman, Bancroft (PU); Earl Berg, Swea City; Wm. Gannan, Algona; Art Hunksmeier, Ledyard; Raphael Faber, Algona; John Hauptman, Wesley; Pioneer Hi-bred Corn, Algoni; Oscar Fro°hllch, Algona; Lloyd Schilmoeller, Algona; Albert Fish, Corwith; Bennie Eden, Wesley; Holland Baxter, Lone Rock. Mercury - Fred WJneklman, Lakota. Plymouths - Durwood Burtis, Lu Verne (2); Mark Eisenbarth, Lu Verne; Stanley Simpson, Wesley. Dodge - Albert Thilges, Bode. Oldsmobile - Merle Webster, Algona; Clara Shilts, Algona; Elizabeth Lowe, Algona; Lael Root, Wesely. Thunderbird - Marvin Clements, Algona. Algona J.C.'s Host Regional Meet, Jan. 26 The Algona Jaycees will host the Region 2 Meeting, representing 27 clubs in the area, January 26 at VFW Hall here. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will feature a buffet dinner and program. State Jaycee officials, headed by state president Robert Krane, will be on hand. The local organization is being honored this \veek as a part of the National Jaycee's anniversary. Current officers for the Algona Jaycees are Frank King, pres.; Gary Davis, 1st V.P.; Chuck McCabe, 2nd V.P.; Walt Turchin, sec.; and Les Fox- h-jven, treas. Jim Me M: hon, Bob Watson, Dick Thoreson and Bob Post are 1967 directors. A salute to the JayCees from local business firms will be found in this issue of Th? Upper Dos Moines, Irving Miller New President Of United Fund Irving (Pudge) Miller elected president of the Algona United Fund during the annual meeting of the organization at the courthouse Tuesday evening. Harry Greenberg WAS named campaign chairman for the 19G7 drive in Deleter. Seven directors were also elected, including Mrs. Gnorge Mien, M-s. Bob Bickert, Hirry Greenberg, Pudge Miller, Hev. Walter Morz, Joe Ponnlun and Delia Welter. OMVI Charges Filed Against Two Men Here Two m?n w»re arrested in this area within the past week and charged with OMVI in Mayor Bill Finn's court here. James L. McGimiis, Muncie, Ind., was stopped by the highway patrol four miles north of Algona Jan. 11 and two charges were filed against him. He waived preliminary hearing in the OMVI matter, was bound over to district court and bond, set at $350, was furnished. He was also charged with speeding 90 miles Arthur F.Nemmers, Rockford, 111., was arrested by the highway patrol and police at the junction of Jones and State streets here Jan. 15 and charged with OMVL He posted $350 bond and preliminary hearing of the charge is pending. A Windom, Minn, man, Guy F. Kubli, was charged with reckless driving in mayor's court and fined $100. Saddle Club Elects SENECA - The Seneca Saddle Club sleeted officers when the groap met at. the Dave Lynchs, Lone Rock, last Monday evening. Ray Hoppus of Burt was elected president of the group; Bill Orthel, Titonka, vice-chairman; Mrs. Dale Higgins, Titonka, secretary; Mrs. Bill Orthel, Tit- onda, treasurer. Okay Panel For Scoreboard Af Senfral High LONE ROCK- Monday, Jan.9, Sentral Community School toard arranged for a meeting for all Sentral adults interested in adult night school classes at the high school. There were to be three classes offered, shop, typing and psychology. There was very little interest shown. Eugene Gardner, who will conduct the class in school-age psychology, will meet with all persons Interested Jan. 19 to make furtncr arrangements. There must be at least 10 people enrolled for each class. The board has approved the plan to purchase a player name panel for the Scoreboard in the Sentral gym. Money left from the last two classes, together with money from the school's clearing account will be used to purchase the name panels. The total cost will be $195 and it is the hope of the board that the new panels will be installed in time for the Sectional Tournaments to be held at Sentral in February. The Class of 1965 left $50 and the Class of 1966 left $70 to the school, to be used for a type of bulletin board. The now panels will list the plaver's name and number. - o - CHANGE DATE Sentral Band Mothers met Jan. 9 and it was announced that the February meeting date will be changed. The new date is Feb. 6. The change was made so the Band Mothers could hear the grade students and Junior high students play their contest pieces before they go to contest in February, also so that the meeting would not interfere with the Sectional Tournament. March 14 was set for the "pop concert". Tickets will be sold in advance again this year, however a ticket bought In advance will not reserve a table as before, it will only assure you of a seat somewhere, tables will go on a first come, first serve basis. - o - Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uckteig, Wesley, entertained their children at dinner at the Johnson House Jan. 15 in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. A special mass was celebrated Jan. 16 at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Licktelg, and Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lickteig and Mr. and Mrs. George Hugh Uckteig, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lickteig and Mrs. Theresa Berger and Judy, A'- gona, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kenyon, Whittemore. After dinner, they went to the Robert Lickteig home for cards. 2 Burt Men Florida Guests Two Burt men connected with the B".rt Co-op Elevator, Ronald Jurgens and Elwyn Stenzel, recently spent three days in St. Petersburg, Florida as guests of Farmland Industries. Jurgens, manager of the elevator, and Stenzel, president of the Board of Directors, flew to Florida via jet from Des Moines January 10. The men toured the Farmland phosphate plant and phos- phite areas, where the firm manufactures its fertilizer. They also visited Cyprus Gardens and many other historic and scenic spots in the area before returning to Burt January 12. + • 'W 4 COLD WEATHER MERCHANDISE + AT HOT WEATHER PRICES . .. AT DIAMOND'S! non-dupJicated circulation The North Iowa SHOPPER POS r on FOR? ', tf/} 'I" " ' ,3J 0LL/&. (i'Aow ujifrtu {rKeii rn:rli>t li untiled only) Recei\ p ed from: / ^ A/C N O. N9 26 ~i j DATE PERMIT NO. . 7 POD FORMQR44 AUG. 1965 dv/t*T POST OFFICE RECEIPT FOR MONEY Original Above is the U.S. postal receipt for last week's WORM IG.M StiawiR. It cost .Q2S75 cents to .-nail eec ii one. To aave yoa arithmetio, that adds ur to 3,476 through the U.S. mail ~ between 50 and 100 ... IT'S YOUH biuuisr BUY to Ali/itfTlsiAU and we invite you to compare .' ' TOTAL COVERAGE Upper Des Moines Newspaper PLUS SHOPPER TENDER PORK STEAK FRESH GROUND PORK SAUSAGE «> BOSTON BUTT PORK ROASTS «> MONARCH PEAS 5 FRESH CARROTS CAMPBELL'S Tomato Reg. tin ICE CREAM Hi-C ORANGE DRINK 46 02. can WILDERNESS CHERRY PIE MIX COMPARE PRICES 50 mi OlfT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EV«Y $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I GIANT SIZE DETERGENT VOGEL'S Cardinal Store

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