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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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10-A!flona la.) Upper DM Mointi Thursday, March 14, 1968 ,. „ „ , Thomas Store Tnerese Bradley Assigned A , D - , • Peace Corps Duty, Panama ™ KmgSle(l Reports Theft ***' Therese Marie Bradley, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley, 620 E. North St., Algona, was recently named a Peace Corps Volunteer after completing thirteen weeks of training at the Peace Corps Training Center in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Miss Bradley is one of 40 new volunteers who will work closely with both rural and urban development agencies in Panama. Rural development volunteers offer technical advice in agriculture, home economics, cooperatives and marketing. Ten volunteers will work closely with Panama's Department of Social Welfare toward community action projects such as home improvement. During training, emphasis was placed on learning Spanish. The volunteers also studied community development and technical skills as well as the history and culture of Panama. Their early February arrival in Panama brings the number of Peace Corps Volunteers there to approximately 195. Miss Bradley, a graduate of Garrigan High School in Algona, and College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, with a B.A. in sociology, was selected for inclusion in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." She held class office, and was honored with St. Thomas More Leadership Award at the college. F.C.C. Gives O.K. To Translator Here - U.H.F. 73 The Algona translator committee, consisting of a group of persons in th^s area interested in better reception for this area, announced Saturday that final approval has been obtained from the Federal Communications Commission for KGLO-TV, Mason City, to finish construction and testing and begin operating an Algona area translator on U.H.F. channel 73. It was announced several weeks ago that KGLO-TV had re-filed for a new UHF channel for this area. The move was necessary after channel 71 (which was originally filed for) met with opposition from channel 70. The 450-foot translator tower a mile east of Algona has been ready for final installation of the antenna and other necessary equipment for some time. Emmet Butler To Speak At Beef Banquet Hiway 18 NW Algona, la. BIG BEAR SPECIALS: •••••••••••••••••••« Rancher Flondria ALFALFA 87.50 50 Ib. grass Certified NORSEMAN 50 Ib. bag Rqncher 80 Brand ALFALFA Brage Orchard GRASS $21,25 EMMET BUTLER Emmet Butler, nationally- known speaker from Newton, will be featured at the Kossuth County Beef Producer's banquet April 4 at Garrigan High School. The menu will again include the prime standing rib roast prepared and served by the Hormel Chefs. Many may recall that Emmet Butler was scheduled to speak at the beef banquet set for March 24, 1966, when a big blizzard cancelled that event and many others. Tickets for this year's banquet are available from the following directors and helpers: Harlan Hutchinson, Lone Rock; Don Arndorfer, Bancroft, James Preston, Swea City; Carlyle Engelby, Ledyard; Leonard Stenzel, Burt; Kenneth Krantz and Don Budlong, Titonka; Berl Priebe, Algona; Duane Tindall, Corwith; James Smith, Swea City; Ernest Heidecker, Lakota; Howard Krause, Lone Rock; Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt; Mike Frohling, Ottosen; and Francis Bormann, Livermore. Tickets are also available at the Extension office. Missionaries Will Speak local Church Five missionaries from the Evangelical Alliance Mission will present a Missionary Conference at the First Baptist Church. These missionaries have been and are active in five different areas of the world- The meetings will begin Sunday raoraing, March 17, at 11 a.m There will be a meeting each eveaingat7j30p.ro. thru March Thieves grabbed an unclerter- mined amount of cash and jewelry sometime Monday night from Thomas Furniture and Department Store in Ringsted. They emptied the cash register, removed cash from the safe, grabbed all valuable jewelry, watches and watchbands. The theft was discovered by Cedric Thomas, owner, when he arrived at the store about 7:30 Tuesday. 2-Car Mishap Near S-City; Driver Charged A 2-car mishap four miles north of Swea City at a county road intersection resulted in an estimated $400 damage to the vehicles and a charge of meeting and failing to turn right against one of the drivers involved. An auto driven by Jennifer L. Anderson, 16, Swea City, was headed north when, according to the mishap report, a car driven by Norma R. Smith, 45, Lakota, turned into the path of the Anderson vehicle and a collision resulted. The Lakota driver was charged by Patrolman Charles Bird who investigated. The mishap, which occurred at 5 p. m. Saturday, resulted in $190 damage to the Swea City auto and $210 damage to the Lakota auto. Seven Fined, Mayor's Court, During Week Seven persons appeared in Mayor Bill Finn's court this week and paid fines and court costs following preliminary hearings of a variety of charges. Two Fenton men, Henry Schneider and Ralph W. Schneider, were charged with public intoxication and fined $25 each; while James T. Preftakes, Mason City, paid $10, stop sign; Mary E. Fraser, Algona, $10, failing to stop; Thomas D. Higgins, Titonka, $10, speeding; Bernard L . Plemel, LuVerne, $10, expired operator's license; and Richard Ristau, Algona, $5, no valid plates. Couples Wed Two wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to David A. Camp and Rebecca Heller, March 9; and Ardell Gray and Rebecca Blome, March 11. Robins Seen IRVINGTON - Robins were seen here March 9, also wild ducks flying north. Evidently spring is near. At School Session Elgin Allen, principal of Algona High School, and Glenn Chally, junior high principal, attended the Iowa secondary school principals' meetings at the University of Iowa, March 10-11. DECA Convention Members of the Distributive Education Club at Algona High School attended a DECA Convention at Des Moines Monday Sigsbee of Algona won an honorable mention in marketing Due to a death in the family OHLINGER'S BARBER SHOP ALGONA (Formerly Bunkofske's) will be open on Wed. & Thurs. from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Only Regular Hours resume on Friday, March 15 (j ci/rtxt> te^x ?i,,. i THE WVE60T TO US! LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BUY 1 - 1 FREE FOAM CURLER ROLLERS 99 ALL UPHOLSTERED LIVING fiOOM SUITES MUST GO! LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BUY 1 - 1 FREE SLAP-ON CURLERS 99 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BUY 1 - 1 FREE BARRETTES Beautifully molded foam backs add extra interest to this 2-pc. suite. Decks are covered in the same fabric that covers the sofa and chair. Deep coil spring conitruction and steel bar base supports. Choice of peacock, brown, moss, beige, turquoise or pepper i 59 (LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BUY 1 - 1 FREE HAIR-DO i PROTECTOR ! I- LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL TWO WALNUT STEP TABLES AND ONE COFFEE TAB1E $ 18.88 LEPRECHAUN SPECIALS SOFA, BROWN TWEED $149.95 SOFA, GREEN-GOLD BROCADE $189.95 2 PC. EARLY AMERICAN SOFA, CHAIR $148.88 2 PC. TURQUOISE BROCADE $299.95 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL 12X12 LINOLEUM j'12.88 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BOUDOIR LAMPS $ 2.77 36 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BUY 1 - T FREE LARGE j Glamour Bows I 39- A I LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL i BUY 1 - 1 FREE i HAIRPINS You Buy Now - And We Will Make Your First 2 Payments - No Payment Until June ONE TIME BUY 3-PC. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BABY BATHINETTE $ 14.99 NO-MAR PLASTIC TOPS A Lifetime of Beauty in Rich Oil Walnut Finish 29 j LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL! BUY 1 - 1 FREE HAIR NET 25 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL [ BUY 1 - 1 FREE I COMBS 29 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL BUY 1 - 1 FREE PONY TAIL HOLDER 39 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL EXTRA LARGE WARDROBES $ 33.66 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL DECORATIVE MAPLES MILK STOOLS SSM '1.99 Modern 'TOWN HOUSE 9 Group 3-PC. TRIPLE DRESSER BEDROOM SUITE Sculptured modern with a touch of graceful Orientql—the look for you this year. Oiled walnut finished pieces have non-mar plastig tops. Suite includes triple dresser-mirror, pgnel double bed, 5-drawer chest.. »-\m LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL 47X60 SHAG RUGS '3.33 LUCKY CHARM SPECIAL ART LIGHT BED & PICTURE LIGHT $129 5-DRAWER MAPLE CHEST wWslrAlRS-Fu'RNiTURE "DE"PT!| 34.44 IMi^NI^O^I^Ofli*!**!^)*"*"^"^*!*"*^

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