The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1967 · Page 27
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14—Algona, (fa.) Upper De* Moinet Tuesday, Jan. 3T, 1967 Still Time To Enroll For Short Course DEAN BARNES E. R. DUNCAN There is still time to enroll In the three-day Agronomy School, reports Galen DeValois, county extension director. The school will be held Wednesdays, Feb. 1, 8, and 15, at the V.F.W. hall In Algona. The $5 enrollment fee includes three noon meals, registration and a newly-revised Agronomy Short Course textbook. Speakers, two of whom are on each day's program, are all specialists In their field from Iowa State University. They are Regis Voss, Joe Phillips and E. R. Duncan, Extension Agronomists; Dean Barnes, Extension Leader, Crop Production; William Turner, Extension Leader, Farm Management; and Charles Ballantyne, Extension Soil Conservationist. Dean Barnes is a former county extension director in Kossuth county. He now has a masters in agronomy and Is Extension Leader in Crop Production in northern Iowa, a ten-county area in the new extension area program. Those Interested should rush a $5 check to the 'county extension office since enrollment Is limited to 120. Phone Project About Done A $38,000 telephone project now under way will provide for more telephones, handle more calls and speed long distance calls for most Algona customers, according to John Claude, Northwestern Bell manager. Telephones in use now total 4,250, an increase of 100 in the year of 1966. The total is over 1,000 more than when dial service was introduced here in 1957. Meanwhile, one day's average number of calls has climbed to more than 20,000. The equipment being added to the system now will increase the call-carrying capacity of the equipment as well as permit the connection of more telephones. The current $38,000 project does not include the cost of lines outside the building or on the customer's premises, Claude said. The equipment is being installed here by seven technicians of the Western Electric Co., under the supervisor) of Mike Furlick, Sioux City. Western Electric Is equipment manufacturer and installation branch of the Bell System. Upon completion of the project, about Feb. 18, there will be an added feature on most customer dialed long distance calls. The calling number will be automatically recorded on calls from one-party and two- party line customers. Several seconds will be saved on each call. At present, on all calls, an operator is signaled as dialing is completed. The call is delayed while she obtains the number and records it. Claude said that about 1,150 long distance calls are dialed by customers on an average day. For DHice Supplies and Metal Business Furniture visit the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPPER DBS MOINES PUB. CO. in Algona. Bob Weils is New Manager, Penney Store BOB WELLS John Shaw, manager of the J. C. Penney store here for the past 4 1/2 years, tendered his resignation to the company recently - and Bob Wells, who has been with the Penney organization for about seven years, was named to replace him. Wells, who took over management of the local store Monday, Jan. 30, came to Algona. from Hawarden. He is married and has four little daughters. He will move his family to Algona just as soon as suitable housing is found. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw and family plan to remain in Algona, but his plans at the present are indefinite. He was an employee of J. C. Penney for 15 years. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) HOSPITAL EWS Manson Man Tops Pistol Shooters Here Iowa Highway Patrolman Jon Osell from Manson copped the top trophy in the Peace Officers' Pistol Shoot held at the National Guard 1 Armory here Thursday evening. He fired a 487 with 24 bullseyes to edge Ray Hansen, Lake Mills highway patrolman, by four points. In third and fouth place were Rich Groen, Algona assistant police chief, and Police Chief Al Boekelman, Algona. Groen shot a 482 and Boekelman a 478, with the former getting 17 bullseyes and the later 18. Others from this area among the 45 entered were Tom Cogdall, 438, Pete Jorgenson, 407, James Volgt, 3 75, Ernest Hutchison, 374, Charles Bird, 358, Charles Day, 324, Jerry Thompson, 257, and Eppo Bulten, 218, all from Algona. Three trophies and other prizes were distributed following the shoot. Otto Ruefzel, Former Swea Man, Passes Services for Otto Reutzel, 57, of Belgrade, Minn., former Swea City and Burt area resident, were held at 2 p. m. Friday at the First Methodist church in Swea City. Mr. Reutzel died of a heart attack Tuesday at a hospital in New London, Minn. Survivors Include his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Orville Molin of Estherville and Mrs. Charles Laage of Belgrade and four sons, Clare of Burt, Myron of Sun Valley, Calif., Donald of Ft. Meade, lid., and Darwin of Belgrade. Johnson Funeral Home In Mew London was assisted by the Garry Funeral Home In Bancroft with arrangements. Burial was at Harrison Twp. cemetery, Swea City. Camping Sbow, Exhibits Here On Feb. 3-4 5 A three-day free camping show, featuring the 1967 Apache Camping Trailers, win be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 3, 4 and 5, in the National Guard Armory in Algona. The show will be open from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. on Friday and Saturday, and from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sunday. The show Is sponsored by Chuck Bohr's Trailer Sales of Algona and features free camp- Ing movies, door prizes, refreshments and Hawaiian orchids for the ladles. Along with camping trailers, all the latest camping equipment will be displayed. Factory representatives will be on hand to answer your camping questions. Behr is Iowa's largest Apache dealer and handles both new and used campers. The public is in- rited to visit the show. Four Men Are Fined After Fight Here Four men paid fines of $15 and costs each and made restitution for property damage following an altercation at the Pine Room here before it closed early Thursday morning. Paying fines and other costs In Mayor BUI Finn's court were two Algonans, James C. Reefer and Larry A. Reefer, Donald E. Wallace, Oregon City, Ore., and Daryl A. Swanson, Ayrshire. All four were charged with disturbing the peace. * * * JAN. 24 - Robert Willey, Enid, Okla., accident; Carl Hanson, Algona, medical; Mrs. Kathleen HUbert, Algona, boy, 6-11; Mrs. Lavone Erdman, Algona, boy, 7-7. JAN. 25 - Edith James, Algona, medical. JAN. 26 - Mrs. Barbara Ever- 1st, Algona, boy, 7-15; Donnell Sparks, Algona, surgery. JAN. 27 - Bernard Frank!, Algona, medical; Evelyn Gates, Algona, medical. Jan. 28 - Mrs. Shirley Wagner, West Bend, boy, 8-9; Joseph Namer, Algona, medical; Amalia Zumach, Whittemore, medical. __ READ'S |60 GO DANCER DIANE NOW THROUGH FEB. 3 - SAT., FEB. 4 DIANE PLUS THE EXCITERS PINE ROOM EL ALGONA •fr U •fr •I- t- JANUARY CONTINUES THROUGH THIS WEEK TERRIFIC ONCE A YEAR STOREWIDE SAVINGS! [READ'S FURNITURE and WATSON INTERIORS • aiONO^PHIUJI^ ALGONA, IOWA FREE PARKING

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