The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 13
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A-Algono (la.) Upptr DM MolnM Thunday, February 3, 1966 Relative Of Ledyard Folks Receives Award Mrs, Eldon A. Bonnicksen, Estherville, who has many relatives In the Ledyard and Rlng- .sted areas, was oneoftwolowans to receive a Carnegie Hero Fund Medal this week. The award to Mrs. Bonnicksen was a result of the action of her husband in saving John J. Reinhardt, 19, from a well filled with deadly hydrochloric acid fumes during a cleaning operation near Esthervllle, May 25, 1965. Mr. Bonnicksen managed to push Reinhardt, who recovered after a week In a hospital, from the well, then fell to the bottom of the well himself and succumbed. John B. Greig, 30, also of Esthervllle, received the other Carnegie award for the same rescue. Besides the bronze medal, the award consists of $100per month for up to five years. Pick Topic For Conservation Essay Contest "Water Conservation -Vitalto ALL" is the topic for the fifth annual Kossuth County Soil Conservation Speech Contest, according to Julius Baas, Chairman of the Commissioners. Entry in the contest is open to all junior and senior high school students living in Kossuth county from grades 7 through 12. Contest information Is available at the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District office located in the USDA Center Building in Algona. The local conservation prizes are: $15 for first place, $10 for second place, and $5 for third place r Suitable recognition is given for Regional and State winners. Stan TJaden of Lakota was the winner of the 1965 district contest. He represented the Kossuth County Soil Conservation district In the regional contest. Two Algerians Injured In Thursday Crash Dale Kleingartner, manager, -. and Corwin Peer, assistant manager of the Carglll, Inc. plant hero, sustained injuries in a 2- car crash at Minneapolis Thursday night. They were attending an award night when the Kleingartner vehicle collided with a car full of youths. Kleingaruier sustained head injury and. Peer had bruises and chest injuries. They were treated at Minneapolis, then brought home the following day. Mr. Kleingartner was able to return t» work Saturday and Peer Monday. The Kleingartnor auto was demolished. Specialist Will Present Home Program Naomi Shank, Extension specialist In housing and equipment from Iowa State University, will be in Algona Feb. 7 at 1:30 to discuss "Household Efficiency Through Storage and Arrangement" with Kossuth county homemakers. Emphasis will be on the kitchen, utility room and bath. The lesson will be given at the Extension meeting room in Algona. The meeting is open to the public, as well as for representatives from woman's clubs in the county. Miss Shank, who is very outstanding in her field, is known for her very interesting and worthwhile presentation. On Dean's List Dennis Frink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frink of Fenton, has been named to the Dean's List at Estlierville Junior College. These students were honored at a convocation on Sunday, Jan. 30, at the Little Theater at 2;30 p. m. Parents and friends were invited to attend. There was a reception in the college rotunda following the convocation. 60th Birthday The Union Township Mothers and Daughters Club will celebrate their 60th birthday Feb. 10 with a banquet at the First Methodist church in Algoua. Dinner to be served at 12:30 for members and past members and their husbands. Reservations must be made in advance. A program is planned for the afternoon, The club was organ- ised in February, 1906, at the home of Mrs. George Carroll. jiiinifflniiinninHiiiinniiiiifliiiiiiiiiiiitiiffliiiiiniii Notes Of ervicemei illlllllfllppiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiHiiimiiiii FORT SILL, OKLA. - Pvt. Richard L. Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Gardner, Rt. 1, Wesley, completed advanced artillery training as a cannoneer at the Army Artillery and Missile School, Fort Sill, Okla., Jan. 27. Gardner was trained to serve as a crewman in field artillery gun and howitzer units. His training included maintenance of field artillery weapons and firing artillery guns, howitzers and heavy machineguns. Instruction was also given in ammunition handling and communications. Gardner also learned tactical employment of self-propelled firld artillery combat vehicles and techniques of driving wheeled vehicles used to transport weapons, personnel and supplies. The 20-year old soldier entered the army In September 1965 and received basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He attended Britt Community high school and was employed by Quad States Construction and Equipment Company, South Des Moines, before entering the army. - o - FORT KNOX, KY. - Pvt. William G. Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf, LuVerne, completed a food service course under the Reserve Enlistment Program at the Army Training Center, Fort Knox, Ky., Jan. 28. During the eight-week course, Wolf was trained in the preparation and serving of food in military kitchens and in the field. The fifth and sixth weeks were spent obtaining "on-the-Job" training in an Army mess hall. The 18-year-old soldier will return to his Army National Guard unit in Humboldt at the completion of his six month tour of active duty. He was graduated from LuVerne high school in 1965. - o - USS TOPEKA (CLG-8) - Fireman Apprentice Dennis M. Walker, USN, son of Mrs. Melvin Walker 116 W. North St., Algona, has reported for duty aboard the guided missile light cruiser USS Topeka, currently in the Western Pacific with the Seventh Fleet. Because he reported aboard the Topeka while the ship was at sea, he had the unique experience of being "high lined." "High lining" is being transferred from ship to ship by cables and pulleys, similar to a ski lift. Wins Boat, Motor Clayt Perclval, Chrysler and Dodge dealer in Algona, won a 14-foot boat and a 50 H. P. motor at the Chrysler Corporation annual convention last week in Miami, Fla. The award came in a guessing contest based on the value of two used cars on display. They flew down and drove a new Dodge Charger back. RUBBER TREE Mrs. Frances Nollen of Defiance has a rubber tree which has grown to a height of nine feet and is still growing 1 She received it as a gift four years ago and now has a problem of where to keep it. Weeds Cost More Than Taxes!! FREDERICK HARDWARE COUPON ,SPECIAL TRANSISTOR BATTERY SliPREWt American made. 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