The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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...*. *,. ir t...*l«6Ba (la.) UMW DM MelnM thundoy, April t», 1»S» Kossuth Soldiers To Missile Base In Europe Esrttemoly active, Mrs Colburn was a lifelong mctnbef of lha Methodist church and a ifiertbef of the P. E. O. for 56 years. Survivors include Mrs Seger, another daughter, Ruth (Mrs Clarence ArmintroUt), Des Trtoines; a son, C. D. Colburn, Dallas, Tex. and a brother, J. M. Wyckoff, San Diego, Cat. Her parents, husband, two sisters and six brothers preceded her in death. Army Pfc. Amond P. Dangelser (left) of Algona, and Ptc. Joseph W, Householder of Phoenix, Ariz., departed from Fort Sil, Okla., April 1 for Germany with the 46th Artillery Group under the Army's modernization •program. The group is equipped with the Army's mighty Redstone surface-to-surface missile and, is being assigned to Germany to provide additional tactical missile fire support for the NATO shield forces. The 46th, formerly stationed at Fort Sill, Okla.. will become the second unit of its type to be stationed outside the continental United States, (Dangelser and Householder study a world globe at Fort Sill, tracing the route their unit wiill follow while en i-oute to- Germany)., 24. son of Philiopi Dangelser, Route 2, is a launcher • crewman in Battery "B of tho group's 333d Artillery. He is a 1954 graduate of Algona High School and was a farmer before entering the Army. Householder, 23. son of Calvin C. Householder, 1529 E. Almeria rd., is a driver in Battery B. He is a 1953 graduate of Lone Rock high school. (U.S. Army Photo) ,'FORT SILL. OKLA. — Army 2d Lt. David W. Merryman, whose wife, Marion, lives at 1315 E. Lucas st., Algona, completed the 17-week field artillery officer basic course April 1 at the Artillery . and Missile School, Fort Sill, Okla. The course trained Lieutenant - Merryman in the duties of a for- Sentral School Houses Sold The Lone Rock Post of the American Legion, Monday night, bought two school -houses from tho Sentral school district. They cost $375 apiece, and must be moved from Seneca and Fenton by August. The post plans to join the two buildings together to make one hall, Site will be property oft tht west side of town by the ,railh>ad tracjts. The Legion' has owned the property for- sortie ilffn6f waiting for a building. It haa been accumulating funds for building purposes. For the past several yeats the" Legion hall was rented space above the local pool hall. ,' Garfield Gems April 4th the Garfield Geins met with Melvin Thilges. Erma Thilges gave a talk. Susan Thil" ges, Rachel Habager and Patricia Chriitensen were elected committee chairmen. Jane Runchey and Janet Banwart .showed the 4-H poster. * There was fl newly married couple down the block who split up because the husband told his wife she couldn't thaw out dinner as well as his mother, — Indianapolis News. • ward observer and familiarized him with the responsibilities of a battery grade officer, The 26-year-old officer, son of Mr and Mrs James I. 'Merryman, 1015 S. Minnesota st,, is a 1950 graduate of Algona high school and attended ,Iowa State College in Ames. He was employed by the Iowa State Highway Com~mission before entering the Army. ServicesTuesday For Algona lady Funeral services, for Mrs Olive J. Colburn, 82, of .Algona were held April 7 at 10:30 a.m. in McCullough's Funeral; Chapel here With Rev. N. M. - Coughehour, Methodist pastor, officiating. Burial was in Rest Haven cemetery at Des Moines. ' : •-.. Mrs Colburn died Saturday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs Glenn Seger, south of Algona. She had been living with the Segers; arid was in good health until . about three weeks ago. ..;. • Olive Josephine (Josie) Wyck off, daughter of Perry and;Angelina Wyckoff, was,born at Unionville, Mo., Nov. , 13, 1876. She came to Iowa in 1900 arid was married June 6 the same year to 'Jay C. Colburn at: Cincinnati. Mr Colburn died, Jan. 5, 1936. Mrs Colburn. graduated from Drake University at Des Moines and. was a teacher for several r years. TO Bl MADE IKOM CANADIAN GAS STOCKS! Within a matter of only a few years hence ... 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