The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1967 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, Feb. 9, 1966 As many of fhe longtime readers of Woman's World are now aware, the writer of the column, under the name of Grace (Mrs. Esther Sigsbee) for a good many years, was stricken last week with a brain hemorrhage. She was still unconscious early this week in Sarasota, Fla. Memorial Hospital, but showing some slight Improvement in her condition at last report. Mrs. Sigsbee, the former Esther Pratt of Algona, continued to write her excellent and widely read column even after moving several years ago to Florida. Her mail from readers continued as heavy in Florida as it did while she was writing In Algona. The slncerest wishes go to Esther and her family for her eventual recovery, from her many friends not only within the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. circle, but her host of readers as well. Algona Girls Wins State Speaking Contest, Indiana happy when my debate coach received a letter notifying ms of my sixth place ranking in national open competition." Extemporaneous speaking is not the only interest of the 18- year-old Ball State University student. Karyn was on the debate team at Algoiia High School, where she started speech work as a freshman and sophomore. As a junior and senior she competed in debates. "My high school debate background has been of invaluable help to me at Ball State," says Karyn, Karyn is a member of the varsity debate squad at Bill State. In 1966, Karyn and her partner had a 76 per cent record of wins. About debate Karyn has smilingly said, "Except for a desire to have verbal combat with someone, I can't think of any other reason for a person to debate." Debating and extemporaneous spsaklng, however, are just part of her full university program at Bill State. KARYN CHARLES By Vicki Aldred (A dormitory neighbor) An Algona college student has ranked first in the recent Indiana State Peace Conference Extemporaneous Speaking Contest. Karyn Charles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Charles, Box 273, Algona, is a sophomore at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Karyn, who is just 18, also ranked sixth in the National Peace Conference Extemporaneous Speaking Contest after placing first in the Indiana contest. Speeches for the contest were taped during the Indiana contest at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Karyn's winning Karyn, who attends Ball State because her parents are enthusiastic former Ball State students, spends 15 hours a week as wardrobe in 'stress for the Ball State Theatre. These hours are spent working with the actors, directors and stage crews during productions as well as during the regular school day. Wardrobe mistress job also involves designing and ranking costumes for various Ball State Theatre productions. In addition she acts as purchasing agent and bookkeeper for the Ball State Theatre. Costumps begin to take shape when Karyn draws sketches, for designing in the costume depart- mant office. As far as she knows, Karyn is the onlyunder-graduate on the Ball State campus with an office for herself. N'jxt she submits final sketches with colors and fabrics indicated on each sketch. After sketches are approved by the Ball State Theatre adviser, she begins miking the costumas. Students in stage craft classes assist her with some costume making. Costuming and plays are not new to Karyn who was a member of Algona High School's Thespian club. In high school she was a stage crew member and a student director for several productions. Karyn is a speech major and a political science minor. Vehicle Soles Total 28 In The County A total of 28 new vehicles were registered at the office of County Treasurer Don Jorgenson last week. Owners are: Chevrolet-W. E. or IrisRose Householder, truck, Fenton; M, E. Elllngson, Ottosen; Merwin and Floy Marlow, Lone Rock; M. J. Hofer, Bode; Betty E. Lappe, Whittemore; K, C. or Dora Brandt, Titonka; Wm. or Erna Spear, Titonka; Dr. J. N. Kenefick, Algona. Ford - Everds Bros., truck, Algona; G. J. Ferris, Algona; L. C. or Margaret Krug, West Bend; R. A. Biesemeyer, Lu- Verne; D. E. Johnson, Elmore; General Cas. Co. of Wise., Algona. Buick — J. A. Oakland, Algona. CMC - R. D. or Luella Lenz, pickup, LuVerne. Dodge - Don's Oil Co., pickup, Bode. IHC - E. N. Goche, pickup, Bancroft; L. E. Hirner, pickup, Wesley. Mercury — Anton Kardoes, Lakota; G. P. Smith, Swea City. Rambler — D. L. Shumway, Algona; E. F. or Geraldine Isaacson, Swea City. Pontiac - M. R. Kramers- meier, Ledyard. Plymouth - A. M. Carlson, Burt; L. I. or Geraldine Schumacher, Algona. Olds - H. G. Reding, Ottosen. Cadillac - Everds Bros. Co., Algona, "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" St. Joe 4-H Club Plans Fun Night ST. JOE - St. Joe Trojans 4-H Club met Jan. 31 at the Ray Berte home with the pledge to the flag led by Rich Berte. Roll call was answered by naming your favorite basketball player. Enrollment and 4-H project reports were filled out and plans for the basketball tournament were discussed with a Trojans junior team participating. The annual 4-H Fun Night will be held Feb. 25 at the Burt High School. The meeting closed with the 4-H pledge, led by Steve Berte. - o Vicki MoGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGuire, and Kristine Plathe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe, returned to Clarke College, Dubuque, Sunday after several days' semester break. JLBJUUUILP I LPOJ" a q fl aQOnOQOBQQ DJLBJ-P.a.P Q im..fl-9.II.B.P.» « speech was sent to the national contest where tapes of all the competing 50 states' winning speeches were judged at Washington, D. C. Karyn first competed at Butler University for the Indiana title last year, but was not notified until recently that she had placed sixth in the national competition. Karyn says, "I didn't think I would place any further in national competition because in the state competition I had been in a women's division and in the national I went into the open class with both m?n and women, so I was very surprised and THE DODGE BOYS ARE BREAKING PRICES WITH THEIR \_J LJ U U U U ' ^ U Ul-n-i u SPECIAL SAVINGS WORTH CHEERING! How many teams are always worth cheering ? A savings team is. Get your cash off the sidelines and put it in savings at Home Federal. Each week save some of your paycheck. Your money with high interest will provide your children a safeguard, an opportunity for higher education - 4 1/2% on Passbook Savings and 5% on Savings Certificates. I A SPECIAL CAR AT A SPECIAL PRICE So rally 'round that White Hat Gang now and save on this new '67 Dodge Coronet 440. It's been 'specially built and 'specially equipped which makes it the buy of the year. For one low package's what you get. Deluxe wheel covers, white sldewalls, front & rear bum S guards 8 fe'nder-mounted turn signals, full horn ring, a white °r black vinyl roof or the standard top. Plus your choice of 19 colors in a 2-door or 4-door model. Save extra on air conditioning and V-8 power, too. Here's a deal so good, It had to come from those Good Guys in White Hats. Current Rate r.. Per Year O on Passbook Saving* Current Rat* Per Year on 6 Month Investment Cartificatas . \K*^/ ^VW >*•-' THE DODGE BOYS PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 South Phillips, Algona, Iowa Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. 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