The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1967 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1967
Page 12
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12-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1967 Wesley Student At Garrigan Is Contest Winner Sharon Hildman, by finishing first in a written homemaking knowledge and attitude examination for senior girls Decemlwr 6, became Garrigan High School's 1967 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. Sharon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Hildman of Wesley, is now eligible for possible state and national scholarship awards. Her test also earned her a specially designed silver charm from General Mills, sponsor of the Betty Crocker Search for the American Hom?maker of Tomorrow. A state Homemaker of Tomorrow and runner-up will be selected from the winners of all schools in the state, with the former receiving a $1,500 college scholarship; her school will be given a complete set of Encyclo- paedi Britannica by Encyclop- aedia Britannica, Inc. The runner-up will be awarded a $500 educational grant. The Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow from this state, together with those from all other states and the District of Columbia, each accompanied by her school advisor, will join in an expense paid educational tour of Colonial Williamsburg, Va., and Washington, D. C., next spring. Corwifrb students study abroad CORW1TH Slephnni" Karl- ink. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bartick. Corwilh. new Der. •10 to Oslo. Norway wilh the SI. Olaf College 'orchestra of Nnrthfield. Minn. The 70 members group will •»pcnd January in N o r w a y, studying music and music culture as parl of SI. Olaf's interim abroad program. Uving in Oslo they will al- lend lectures, rehearsals and performances by leading Norwegian musicians' and ensembles. They will give concerts in Norway. Sweden and Denmark hpfore returning home Feb. 2. David Risvold. son of ihe Carvel Risvold. left for a Ku- ropean study lour of the major art centers of France. Italy. England and the Netherlands. The trip is part of SI. Olaf's winter term program of courses abroad The group lefl Chicago Dec. 27 and will return Feb. •_; White in Rome he will meet his brother. Richard, who is a Lieutenant ij.g.) in ihe Navy. based al Naples. Italy. Mrs. Weber To Head Campaign Mrs. R. E. Weber has been named Kossuth County Chairman of the 1967 Easter Seal Campaign announced Herb Plambeck, WHO-TV Farm Services Director and State Easter Seal Chairman. A Bancroft resident, Mrs. Weber will spearhead the host of county and local volunteers already preparing the annual campaign. The appeal for funds to help crippled children and adults throughout Iowa will begin February 20th and run through Easter Sunday March 26th. Algona Woman Home From Trip Mrs. Sarah E. Smith returned home last week after spending time in Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. She made the trip with her son-in-law and daugh- ter, the Harry Kranzs'. She spent her 85th birthday ataparty given in her honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kranz, with a number of relatives present. Cub Scout Pack Has Pine Derby Cub Scouts, Pack 70, met Jan. 17 with the Pine Wood Derby the main event of the evening. Don 5 had the opening ceremony and Den 2 the closing. Awards of silver arrows were given to John Eller, Ricky Calhoun, Ricky Buscher, Ricky Ringsdorf and Daniel Thilges. Gold arrows were given to Steven Mertz, Daniel Thilges and John Robinson. Wolf badges were given to Steven Murtz and David Frlderes. Ricky Buscher received his one year pin and Gary Garman received his graduation certificate. Joe Kelly was a new Bobcat and was given his pin. The first place winners of each den were Steve Reynolds, Ricky Buscher, Eric Wiltgen and Clinton Christian. Clinton Christian was also the champion winner of the pack. Dave Evans was a guest. Grade School BB Tourney At Garrigan Play in the annual Garrigan Grade School Basketball Tournament began last evening (Monday) at Garrigan Fieldhouse. Three games were played, with Algona n meeting Wesley; St. Benedict tangling with Whitte- morej and Humboldt meeting Algona I. Semi-final games are slated at 7 and 8 p.m. tomorrow (Wednesday), League Standings W L Algona n 50 St. Joe Humboldt Algona I St. Benedict Whittemore Wesley 4 4 3 1 1 0 1 2 2 4 4 5 * # COMING SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 THESIR-VELLES OF FORT DODGE PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA •E- •fr •t •E•{• •E•E- •t- •E- * On Time Certificates of Deposit of $ 500°° or more for 3-6-9 or 12 months.... — ON APPLICATION — Interest from Date of Deposit Guaranteed interest on Passbook Savings Accounts at our bank. For Your Protection — WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING + Over '750,000 Capital Structure + Over '4,000,000 Cash Reserves + '15,000 Federal Deposit Insurance for Each Depositor + One Million Dollar Fidelity Bond + Algona S ONLY Federal Reserve System Member "We Invite Your Deposits" IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA "Ypur Partner in Progresi" Ko«uth County's Largest Bank

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