The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1965
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iti&ss&*l&^\^^f^ ^^HrM.-^^V^^^ tifr* SERVING KOSSUtH COUNTY FOR 100 YtARS ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965 400 At Tltonka Xmas Fair TITONKA - A Christmas Fair, sponsored by Titonka Federated Club, was held on Thursday at Good Hope Lutheran Fellowship hall. Nearly 400 people registered for the afternoon and evening to view the exhibits and enjoy the evening program. An afternoon tea was served with Christmas cookies and in the evening refreshments consisted of a variety of Christmas breads. Many surrounding towns were represented in attendance. - o Mrs. Orpha Mechler has gone to Rose Hill, Calif, to spend several months. She returned with her son, Wayne and family, who had been visiting here a short time. They traveled by plane. Titonka Woman's Club met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Homer Downs. Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger presented the lesson on Iowa art. Mr. and Mrs. W. Schram have had their cousin, Mrs. Schram of Ft. Dodge as house guest for a few days. Roger, "Butch," Gerdis is enjoying a fourteen day leave from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Burl Grocery Purchased By Algona Couple BURT - A sale was recently completed in which Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Algona, purchased the Lovstad Market in Burt. The Millers took possession of the business on Monday, Nov. 29 and invite and welcome all former customers to drop in and visit. They also invite any who have not been in to stop in and get acquainted with them. The new business will be known as "Bernies Market," The Millers are not new in Burt as both M r. and M rs. Miller grew up in the area and graduated from Burt high school. He has been employed at Universal Mfg., Algona and his wife at Penneys, Algona. They are the parents of two sons, Jeff, 10 and Greg, 6. They will move to Burt as soon as housing is available. - o- HOSPITAL NEWS Merwyn (Jodie) Cunningham is . "Inside we've got to use candle-light or we'll blow a fuse!" hospitalized at the hancock Memorial hospital, Britt where he underwent major surgery on Nov. 29. Mrs. Helen Vogel is a patient at Park hospital, Mason City, recovering from a seige of pneumonia. Mrs. Nellie Clark is confined to her home following her recent return from the University hospital, Iowa City. - o A Boy Scout Court of Honor will be held at the Burt Town Hall at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 9. Special honor will be given to boys becoming "Tenderfoots" All parents and committee men are urged to attend. Postmaster Wallace Hawcott, Burt announced that the local Post Office will be open all day on Saturday, Dec. 4, Dec. 11, and Dec. 18, for aid in getting Christmas mail on its way. Postmaster Hawcott urges patrons to use the "Zip Code" for faster delivery. The San Antonio "Express" took its name from the Alamo Express, first published in San 'Antonio in 1860 as a Union newspaper, but destroyed in 1861 by secession sympathizers. I Notes Of (Servicemen? LENGGRE1S, GER. - PFC Michael H. Zimmerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Zimmerman, Whittemore, la. completed a field radio equipment maintenance course at the U. S. Army School, Europe, in Lenggreis, Germany, Dec. 3. A personnel clerk in the 8th Infantry Division's 8th Military The 21 -year -old soldier is a 1963 graduate of Whittemore high school and was employed by the Chantland Manufacturing Co., Incorporated, in Humboldt, before entering the Army. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman Richard D. Dreyer, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Dreyer of 1009 N. Minnesota St., Algona, has been assigned to Langley AFB, Va., after completing Air Force basic training. 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