The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1965 · Page 16
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Meet Your New Neighbors Thursday, July* 1, 1965 Alflona (to.) tippet D*» Wolim-5 .;-••• - ' '' addition. It will bare electric heating and will contain 10 classrooms, two rest rooms, cloak rooms, and entry. Taking part in the ground breaking were the Ret. John Jans&n* Harold Ubben, Mrs. John Janssen, and Mrs. Richard Beenken. The Ramsey Reformed Church here has a membership of about 160 families. The present structure was remodeled and enlarged In 1938. Breok Ground For Addition To Ramsey Church Ground-breaking ceremonies for new $45,000 addition to the Ramsey Reformed Church In rural Tltonka hare been held. The new educational unit expected to be completed by the first of the year will be a 40 by 42 foot one-story with basement Charlie's Supper Club Dining Room Hours: 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 5:30 p.m. to MIDNITE Saturday Only COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN DAILY FROM 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT WED. THUR. SAT. CLOSED SUNDAY Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Burton P. Poundstone and their two daughters, who recently moved to Algona, where Mr. Poundstone is opening a photo studio as of July 6. The new firm, Poundstone Studio, will occupy the building formerly housing the Isaacson Studio until a few months ago. The family will live in the apartment above the studio. They came here from Grand Forks, N. D. where Mr. Poundstone was associated with a studio. Prior to that he operated a studio at Two Harbors, Minn, for two years. He is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara, Cal. Mr. Poundstone was born in Algona. His folks lived in Bode at the time. His wife is from Hibbing, Minn. The two daughters are 11 and 4 years of age. Two New 4-H Projects At Fair This Year Dogs and entomology are two new projects that will be exhibited at the Kossuth County Fair this year. The entomology project will help 4-H boys and girls develop leadership, will teach them about insect life and the relation of insects to the health, wealth and happiness of man. It also teaches project members to recognize beneficial and non- beneficial insects and the use of Insect control. 4-H'ers are expected to make a collection of at least 25 different kinds oi insects, mount and label them. They are also expected to help apply control measures for one or more Insects. Serving as a tool for developing desirable habits of Initiative, dignity of work, decision making, dependability, pride of ownership, leadership and cooperation In the 4-H dog care and training project's purpose, la this project 4-H'ers are expected to „ attend at least one "Dog Show* every year, to train the dog for different commands and tricks, to practice good dog grooming and to always keep the dog inoculations up to date. When exhibit- ing the dog at the Fair for your first year, the following obedience commands are to be performed: the dog should walk quietly on leash, sit on command, stay in place, come when called, sit up for food and shake hands. Each year the performance is just a little harder. These two projects, entomology and dogs, are just two examples of how Kossuth County 4-H'ers are working "to make the best better." Annual Tour Of Lotto Creek 4-H Held June 15 The regular meeting of the Lotts Creek Leaders was held May 17th with David and Larry Peter. Plans for the tour were discussed. Pictures of Algona Day displays were shown and it was decided to get reprints for all club members. Kenneth Bierstedt resigned as leader due to Army duty. The meeting adjourned with the 4-H Pledge. The Lotts Creek Leaders Club tour was changed to June 15th. The starting time was set at one o'clock at Peters, All projects were seen by club members. A picnic potluck supper was held In the Fenton park with parents attending. Like Fine Scotch, Canadian, Rum & Brandy... KENTUCKY WHISKEY TASTES BEST AS A BLEND! Cantaloupes were urst grown in CantaluDO, Italy. There's only one way to make a good Kentucky Whiskey taste better... blend it with other Kentucky Whiskeys and grain neutral spirits. For years, the secret behind the famous smoothness of Scotch and Canadian whiskies is the fact that they are actually blends of several different types of Scotch and Canadian whiskies. Most Rums and Brandies are blends too, of several different types of these well- known liquors. Now, Mr. Boston actually improves on the natural rich flavor of good Kentucky Whiskey by selecting several of the best and blending x them together with choice grain neutral spirits. Result: smooth flavor balance and mildness that straight Kentucky just can't match. Try a bottle of Mr. Boston's Rocking Chair soon! AMERICA'S TOP-SELLING KENTUCKY BLEND Mr. BOSTON'S ROCKING CHAIR KENTUCKY WHISKEY A BLEND Also available in pints KENTUCKY WHISKEY A BLEND 86 PROOF. 72V45S GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. MR. BOSTON DISTILLER INC.. BOSTON. MASS "INTELLIGENCE IN THE PURCHASE- MODERATION IN THE ENJOYMENT." I Mr. BOSTON YE INTELLIGENT BUYER'S GUIDE TO FINEST LIQUORS X X X y. x x X x X X X X X X X X X X

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