The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1965 · Page 2
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Titonka Airman Now Stationed In Mississippi RICHARD HENCH SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman Richard A. Hench, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Hench of Titonka, has been selected for training at Keesler AFB, Miss., as an Air Force communications-electronics specialist. The airman, a graduate of Titonka high school recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Airman Hench attended Mankato (Minn.) State College. Man Injured In Crash Here Early Sunday The Algona police department investigated an intersections! collision at McPherson and Call streets at 10:05 a. m. Sunday. Involved were John Burnett, 58, driving a 1964 Ford pickup, and LeRoy Nelson, driving a 1961 Chevrolet. Mr. Nelson suffered a bruised jaw, bruises to the right arm and left knee and was treated and released from St. Ann hospital. Damages to the Burnett car were estimated at $150 and to the Nelson vehicle at $400. Charges were filed against Burnett for failure to yield the right- of-way. Garden Club Names Officers For New Year The December meeting and Christmas workshop of the Algona Garden Club was at the home of Mrs. Wm. Dau, Sr., Dec. 18. with Mrs. James HintonandMrs. ALGONA Thurs., Dec. 23 Nell Potter assisting. Fifteen members answered roll call by displaying a Christmas ornament which they had made. Two visitors, Mrs. Root. Bickert,and Mrs. Leo McEnroe both joined the Garden Club for next year. Mrs. C. R. McQuiston reported on the State Meeting and Flower Show held at Memorial Union at Ames in November. Algona Garden Club received a blue ribbon on achievements for the past year and also a blue ribbon on the yearbook for 1965. The following officers for the coming year were selected: Mrs. James Hinton, president; Mrs. C. L. Young, vice president; and Mrs. Milo Dailey, secretary- treasurer. After the meeting everyone worked on Christmas wreaths, mantel centerpieces and sprays for St. Ann hospital, Good Samaritan Home and county farm. The first meeting of the new year will be Feb. 7 at Mrs. C. R. McQuiston's. Homecoming Is Set Dec. 28 At Ledyard LEDYARD -Homecomingacti- vities will take place at the Ledyard school Tuesday evening, Dec. 28. The boys will play Bancroft for the Homecoming game. Queen candidates are Caroline Johnson, Barbara Schroeder and Vicki Thilges. Representing the other classes as attendants will be Linda Egesdal, junior class, Judy Blome, sophomore class, and Cynthia Klinksiek, freshman class. A Gala New Years Eve Floor Show Presenting Micky Carlisle Hawaiian and Go Go Dancer Music by The Accents Rock & Roll and Older Tunes A red hot time — Hats — horns and noise Make Reservations early. Admission $1.50 each. Hand's Park UJ4-97) Algona Man's Uncle Passes (n California J. W. Kahl, 93, Long Beach, Cal., uncle of R. B. Waller, publisher of the Algona Upper Des Moines, died late Thursday night, Dec. 16, and Mr. Waller Hew by jet from Minneapolis to attend funeral rites which were pending at press time. Mr. Waller will also visit Mrs. Kahl, who sustained a broken leg the same night her husband died and as a result is hospitalized at Long Beach. F* g r, i t i i i f AT 1:30 P.M. FREE MOVIE SPONSORED BY THE ALGONA ALGONA' STARTS SATURDAY i YOUR GALA | | CHRISTMAS SHOW I | I HERE COMES I I THE SPEED \ BREED/ | where .engines melt and young blood boils' MOOSE LODGE I | NO TICKETS NECESSARY JUST COME IN RANDOLPH SCOn i i i I "7th Cavalry" i PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS A I TO GET YOUR NAME BRAND GIFTS FROM ZENDER'S A FINE SELECTION OF SWEATERS SLIPOVERS & CARDIGANS By PENDLETON ARROW JANTZEN PURITAN MUNSINGWEAR TAKE YOUR PICK FROM A GREAT LINEUP OF JACKETS VARIOUS STYLES By RUGBY & FIELD & STREAM SHOP OUR GIFT BAR FOR NOVELTY ITEMS OF ALL TYPES PROBLEMS? GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE - LET THEM MAKE THEIR OWN SELECTION

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