The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 22
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(la.) Upper DM Motoes &61 'IZ On AHS Honor Roll A total of 188 junior high and high school students of the Algona Community School District were named to the honor roll for the first quarter, which ended recently. Of the total, two, Glenn Buchanan, senior, and Debbie Laws, seventh grader, had straight A's The rest maintained B (or better) averages. They are: Seniors — Gary Colwell, Tim Dniley, Tom Hanni, Alan Holt, Lance Johnson, Gary Kelley. Paul Maahs, John Phillips, Dick Pratt. Dave Reid, Mike Schmidt, John Schutter, John Scuff ham, Jack Williams, Terry Zimmerman. Carol Anliker, Charyl Cook. Jane Faber, Nancy Fosnaugh. Ann Haase, Carol Kenyon. Dianne Kuhlmann, Jacquelyn Medin. Lin da Percival, Janice Ringsdorf Marilyn Skow, Sharon Smith Mary Ann Steinhorst. Joan Ware arid Kay Agena. Juniors — Michael Graham. David aHnselman, Bill James. Jim Johnson, Larry Pratt, Jerry Raney, Richard Slobe, Bruce Sundet, Dave Wildin. Trudy Bartholomew, Marilyn Black, Mary Jo Brower, Jodie Chally, Betty Holt, Patty Kenyon, Barb Kuchenreuther Marlys Lupkes, Mary Miller, Judy Munger. Saliy Scobba, Kendra Seely, Delthea Shierk. Cathy Steele'. Vicki Steil and Sally Steele. Sophomores — Dave Agena. Richard Apple. Norman Benson. Russell Bode, Milton Butzke. Bruce McCullough, Bob Martin. Dennis Ohrtman, Rod Ricklefs. Sandy Schenck. Trudy Alt, Janet Angle, Sharon Bristow, Cheryl Carr, Karen Charles, Jean Christiansen, Marilyn Deal, Penny Dodds, Dorene Funk, Emy Lou Garms, Jane Geilenfeld, Marilyn Harris, Pam Hopkins. Lois Hunt, Jackie Jo Kinden, Jane Metzger, Juanita Meyer, Maureen O'Brien, Judy Parrott. Barb Percival, Sandra Pergande. Gayle Phillips, Roxanne Rogert, Diane Smith and Ann Wilson. Freshmen — Bob Bradford, Dennis Breidert, Gregg Buchanan, Mark Conn, Robert Dreesman, Dave Martin, Danny Merryman, Ronnie Mittag, John Reid," Tom Ricklefs, Tom Samp. Mike Stillman, Phil Taylor, David Walker. Arlene .\nliker, Sally Bay, Linda Cooper, Kathy Darbyshire, Sandi Haag, Jean Malueg, Barbara Medin, Linda MeehJhause, Sharon Menneke, Sue Moulton, Shari Nelson, Jane Raney, Shirlev Ringsdorf, Linda Sands, "Peg Schutter, Linn Taylor, Carol Teeter and Kloise Tracy. 7th Grade — Jeff Allen, John Frederick, Jack Hardgrove, Jim Jorgensen, Robert Morgan, Dak Petersen, Randy Riedinger, Dean Teeter, James Voigt. Patty Balluff, Cathy Chrischilles. Lana Cook, Virginia Deal, Donna Fisher, Wendy Gardner, Beverly Knudsen, Linda Martin. Phyllis Moulton, Marne Parrott, Mary Plott, Cindy Potter, Susan Samp Judy Scobba, Kristy Smith, Mary Stark, Susan Tracy and Niki Wogner. 8th Grade — Dick Balluff. Greg Belts. Chris Conn. Dennis (icorg. Dcryl Johnson. Rngrr Johnson. Roger Menneke. Larry Munger, Jim Schulter. Greg Sucre. Steve 1 Waller. Roger Wildin. Jerel Will- kopf, Clint Young. David Gerber. DeAnne Brower. Rosemary Rull- ock, Darla Carr. Connie Darin- shire Reeky Fraser, .lane Fraser. Sandy llannes. Su^an Johnson. Donna Ken von. Bonnie Kiikholm. Barbara Knudsen, VaLora Kueck. Linda Lov- stnd. Marilyn Paet/.. Susan Rent/. Connie Sehult/, Rrentla Sjogrcn. Carol Sloniker. Carol Smith. Loretta Trout. Lark Whilteiiiore and Mary Willrett. LOCALS Mr and Mrs Matt U'eydert an daughter Helen visited with the daughter and son-in-law, Mr an ATrs John Thiil at Mnrion over In weekend. Friends of Mrs Fred Marlii former resident here many years will be sorry lo learn she is hos pitali/ed in Austin, Minn. Ho address is St. Olaf hospintal, room 2HI. She fell and suffered a bro ken hip. The accident happenec her birth home a No\. ;?. one day after dny. She makes her Melbourne. Mrs Dunne Kilry mid Mrs Car floetsfh spent Monday at Mason City. Last Saturday, Mr and Mrs Carl Goelsch and Mr and Mrs On, me Hiley and David were in Ft. Dodge. Saturday evening they visited Mr and Mrs William ;oel::rh at I.uVerne. Mr Goetseh lad just returned from Methodist lospital. Koeliester. Minn., where had major surgery. STAPLING MACHINES and slaples. Popular models. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. by Iowa State Bank Psychiatrists believe that no person should keep too much to himself. The Director of Internal Revenue believes the same thing. FARMERS - maximum net income is gained by using the best methods, machinery and aids available. If you need loans for modernizing your equipment or for crop fertilizer — we can help you. See us for low interest financing and convenient repayment. Not many years ago you used to dream about the incomes you are now starving on. * * * The strength of a bank is based on good reserves and management. On top of that we add F D.I.C. Insurance on your deposits in the amount of $10,000 per customer. A person who buries his offers an engaging target. Algona's head in the sand Look. The roof slides open. This is the new Lark VVagonaire. We believe it to be the most useful staUun wagon in the world. See if you don't agree. With the roof open it's an elegant, spacious family convertible. Close the roof and it'a a stylish sedan. Open it again and load effortlessly. The sky's the limit... or the first underpass. Imagine, its many other uses. Here are some ideas: a wonderful vantage point for spectator sports. Great for picnics. Sunbathing. Waxing skis. Only your imagination Loundd its versatility. The Wagonaire is really three cars in one: convertible, sedan, utility wagon. See your .Studebaker Dealer now and enjoy a demonstration of America's most unusual wagon. HAVE you WON ONE OF OUR 350 f REE CARS? See the Studebaker ad in the November laue of Reader's Digest ond hurry to your Studebaker Dealer. 'IARK\ A»k about the Wagonaire and other lark modeli-also the Cruiser, Avanti and Hawk —at your Studebaker Dealer. from rhe Advanced Thinking of CORPORATION SCHUITZ BROS. 1009 South Phillips • Algona, Iowa STATE BANK t h BRING THE YOUNGSTERS TO ALGONA, Sat BE SURE TO BE HERE WHEN HE PARADES DOWN STATE STREET STARTING AT GIVEN AT SANTA'S HOUSE ay!! LET THE CHILDREN VISIT AND TALK WITH SANTA AT HIS HOUSE AT THE COURTHOUSE IN ALGONA 1 P.M. & 3 P.M. ALGONA THEATRE Christmas It won't be long 'til that Big Day, so now's the time to shop. Your Algona merchants are ready to help fill the largest, and the smallest lists - they've stocked their stores to over-flowing with all the gifts that everyone wants. Every gift you could want will be found right here — at the most reasonable prices you could find anywhere. Bring the children to see Santa this Saturday and then note the gift selections offered you. fa m 1 fa w You save so much time and money by not joining in on those hectic shopping trips some people make to other cities. Play it safe . . . don't be a fatality and enjoy the holidays. Play it smart . . . and save the money it will cost you to travel. You are a neighbor, not a stranger, when you shop in Algona — your merchants treat royally, offering extra services to make shopping easier and to make adjustments later if you need them. I YOUR ALGONA MERCHANTS ARE READY TO HELP YOU • . ty I I H $ * Hawkeye Bowling Lanes Algona Plumbing & fleating N'o. Iowa Appliance Center Dau Garage & Body Shop Read's Furniture Frederick Hardware i s? Post Transfer & Storage Kellpy Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co, /ender's Sharp's Jewelry Foster Furniture Co. Viking Oil Co. Iluscher Bros. Implement Algona Produce (,,. Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Shoe Store Smoke Shop Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store Blossom Insurance Agency Coast-to-Coast Store Algona Greenhouses Iowa State Bank Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Flour & Feed Christensen's Joe Bradley Equipment Sheakley's Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Rjustrom Furniture Co. Irons Heating & Plumbing Thermogas Co. of Algona Waldron'g Cafe Perelval Motors Ready-Mi* Concrete & Lumber Algona Theatre Co. Lindsay Soft Water of Algona The Chrischilles Store Schultz Bros, Garage & Oil Station Universal Mfg. Co. Sherwin-Williams Paints Wiltgen Jewelers Strayer Standard Service Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Kent Motor Co. The Security State Hank Harrison's Variety Funk Plumbing & Heating Hood's Super Valu Carson's for Color J. C. Penney Co. Honsbruch Drug I.aing Plumbing & Hcqting North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. I.euthold-Williams (The Hub Clothiers) Jack's O. K. Tire Service Baiter's Davis Paint Modern Dry Cleaners Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n Hutzell Office & School Supply Bcecher Lane Appliance Kossuth Hadio & Klectric United Building Center

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