The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1967 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

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! £8J?r? d ,S i •«««*£»••• matter at the pottotfice at Alton*, tewa ! j (80111). Nov. 1. i«a. utidtr Act el Contrttt of March I. im I ! KTAMKHtP IMS VOL. 102 NO. 13 ! '• —.5 4Bl«H»,^,I.-i.i.^«__ .! Jlome* Algona Girl Witch In I.S.U. Play Wesleyan HdS Straight - A College Marks Swea Man Home After Second Worldwide Trek Members of the Iowa State University Laboratory Theatre are presenting "Dark Of The Moon", a play based on the ballad of Barbara Allen, Feb. 16-18, at 8 p. m. in Shattuck Theatre. An Algona girl, Vickie Steil, plays a leading role as the witch. Cast members are, left to right: Mary Eckhart, Milford; Pete Collier, Sioux City; Mara Mogensen, Sergeant Bluff; Steve Isebrand, Woden j Connie Tapps, Manson ; Dave Hopkins. Dysart; and Vickie Steil, Algona. as ASC committeeman for 12 years, and as secretary treasurer and lineman for Swea City Telephone Company for 11 years. Anderson considers his recent tour cheap. It totaled $2,135 and included side trips from England through France, Spain and the French Riviera, and from Sydney, Australia to Fiji and other South Sea Islands. "Take off at least $500 that it would have cost me if I'd Just stayed at home, and that brings it down to just a little over $1,600." he says. Comparing his jet world tour with that on the steamer, Anderson says the ocean tour is more fun. A Swea City retired farmer has just returned from an around the - world trip that makes him one of the most widely-traveled persons around. Richard M. Anderson, 69, bachelor-farmer who decided to quit tilling the soil of his 80- acre farm in the fall of 1965, spent four months, October through January, on a steamship tour that touched 51 countries on all the continents - and it wasn't his first world tour. Anderson was one of the first to participate in a group jetliner tour around the world in 1960. Before that he traveled the United States and Canada, toured Europe in 1954 and South America in 1955. He returned to Europe in 1962, visiting France, England Russia, Hungary and Poland. Anderson says that perhaps one of the reasons he never married was that his father was an invalid for many years before his death in 1930 and after that he had his mother to take care of. He was always Involved In many local affairs, serving as Immanuel Lutheran Church building fund treasurer for 15 years, assessor for 20 years, INVINCIBLE ^HTURE franchlied dealer ~ •Uppar Dei Motnei Pub. Co. COMPETITION CANT MATCH THE DODGE BOYS wwllLJU UL5 LnJZAAU SPECIAL WESLEY - Jim Walker, oldest son of J. L. Walker and the late Phyllis Walker, received a straight A in the four courses he took last semester at the University of North Dakota at Grand Forks. This is the first time in six years that a first year graduate student has received a straight A in the first semester. He was awarded an assistant-ship scholarship for the second semester. Jim is specializing in Clinical psychology. Mrs. Geo. Vitzthum entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Minnie Bleich won high score prize. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Root spent the weekend with their daughter and family, the Richard Murphys in Appleton, Wis. Carol Root, who teaches in Minneapolis, accompanied her parents to Appleton. The Raymond Carlsons were guests in the home of her brother, Bob Johnson and family, Feb. 7 In honor of Bob's birthday. Ed Eisenbachervisitedhis sisters, Mrs. TheklaStrauthofWil- mont, Minn., and Mrs. Glrard Strauth of Reading, Minn., and their families several days last week. Robert Johnson will hold a closing-out farm sale at the farm 5 miles north of Wesley, Feb. 15. The family will move to Colorado Springs, Colo. The Merle Petersons have rented the house on the late Oscar Johnson estate farm that has been purchased by Ernest Van Weelbens. Mrs. Raymond Carlson and Mrs. Bob Johnson attended a Mother-Daughter Tea in the Titonka Methodist church. Feb. 1. Melba Kettleson of Armstrong, a former Missionary to Bolivia, was guest speaker and showed colored slides taken in the missionary country. If Brand X was worried before, you should see them now. This 'specially built and 'specially equipped '67 Dodge Coronet 440 is the buy of the year. This package price Is low and includes all the custom features you normally pay extra for. Features like deluxe wheel covers, white sldewalls, front & rear bumper guards, fender-mounted turn signals, full horn ring, a white or black vinyl roof or the standard top. Plus your choice of 19 colors In a 2-door or 4-door model. Choose air conditioning and V-8 power and save even more. Don't miss this SPECIAL CAR AT A SPECIAL PRICE. PERCIVAl MOTORS, INC. 800 South Phillipi, Algona, Iowa Barbara Pierce ofOmaha spent the Feb. 5 weekend In her parental Francis Pierce home. Sunday guests were Mrs. May Carman and John, the Lou Garmans of Livermore and Don Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lickteig entertained their 500 club Feb. 6 as a farewell party for the Philip Studers, who are moving Feb. 23 to the farm they have purchased near Stacyvllle, 500 was played. DonovanStuderswill entertain .the card club next. Dennis Glawes of Corwith, have rented the farm to be vacated by the Phillip Studers. Frank Bleich, Art Beenken, Dean Ricke, Joe Skow, Geo. Det- merlng, Geo. Seaberg, Lester Larson, Ed Otis, and Herman Bode attended a manager's and directors short course at the Hanford Hotel, Mason City, Feb. 7-8. The school was sponsored by the Iowa Institute and Omaha Bank for Cooperatives. Larry Grandgenett began work recently at the Farmers Coop elevator. He had been employed at Robinson Produce for 9 years. Mrs. Al Lickteig spent the Feb. 5 weekend in Minneapolis with her daughters, Carlene and Delores Potthoff. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig and Mrs. Al Lickteig spent Feb. 7 with the former's daughter, the Ed Kenyons near Whittemore. They assisted with the painting of the interior of the new Kenyon house. Mrs. Marie Doughan entertained members of the Jolly Dozen club Jeb. 7. Feb. 5 dinner guests in the Halvor Flom home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Donovan of Everett, Wash., Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Donovan of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan, who have lately moved from Spirit Lake to Britt where they have purchased a home. Al Wagner, who had been a patient at the Britt hospital for 10 days, was taken back to the Good Samaritan Home in Algona over the weekend. Norbert Hilbert was a patient in the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt several days last week for medical care. He is town marshall. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier returned Wednesday from a three-day visit in the home of their daughter, the Paul Schmidts, Churdan. Four-year-old Steven Schmidt had a tonsillectomy at a Ft. Dodge hospital. Mrs. Jo Meurer accom- pained the Richtsmeiers and spent the time at the home of her daughter, the Don Vogels, Lohrville. Market Hog Show, March 4 The eleventh annual Fort Dodge Market Hog Show will be held on Saturday, March 4. The show will again be held in the Hormel plant livestock yards in Fort Dodge. Each exhibitor will enter a pen of two hogs. One hog will show in the live show and the other hog in the carcass contest. All hogs must qualify for the show by weighing 200 to 240 pounds. The carcass placings will be based on the ham-loin index of the carcass. This is the measure used to evaluate all carcass contest and live show winners at the National Barrow Show. The prize money for both the champion individual in the live show and the champion carcass has been set at $100. A total of $760 in prize money is offered for the show. Trophies and ribbons will also be awarded. Entries are limited to 225 and will be taken on a first- come - first - serve basis. The entry deadline Is Saturday Feb. 25. Entry blanks and copies of the rules can be obtained from County Extension Directors, Vocational Agriculture Instructors or from Geo. A. Hormel & Co., Fort Dodge. 8 Winners In Ledyord CYO Essay Contest Sacred Heart Catholic church CYO essay contest has been completed. Out of 18 entires In the high school division, three have been forwarded to the deanery CYO contest. They were the entries submitted by Mike Inglett, Jerome Anderson and Barbara Nauman. There were 27 entries In the grade school division and out of those, five were sent on for further competition. They were Jacquelyn Haag, Robert Johnson, James Mino, Steven Duddlng and Dean Engelby. The contest theme was "Peace Through Christianity." "Kossutn County's Favorite Newspaper" IP SERVICE IS NO PROBLEM... 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