The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1967 · Page 7
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2-Alflono (lo.) Upper Pet Moiiw Tuesday, April 11, 1967 LOCALS MR. AND MRS. Ed. L. Hansen had as guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Dick West, Callander, and took them out for supper. Sunday, the Hansens had as guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Hansen, Callander. MRS. MARIE Lampright returned last week from a visit at Washington, D. C. with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lampright. Bob is in the Air Force and stationed at Andrews Air Base. MR. AND MRS. Harry Ward went to Rochester, Minn, last Tuesday where Mrs. Ward went through the clinic. MR. AND MRS. Robert Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fletchall of Sexton, have returned from a vacation of a month in southern California. Mrs. Fletchall, the former Mrs. Pauline Rosensteil, visited relatives in San Pedro and Los Angeles. The Withams bought a camper and the trip was most enjoyable. MRS. HAZEL Vera returned Wednesday from Texas where she had visited with an aunt and husband Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones at Ranger. Mrs. Jones will be remembered here as Elvie Lane. Prior to this she had been at Phoeniz, Ariz., with her daughter' Elvie and husband Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and family. Thursday, she drove to Buffalo Center to see her son Ted & wife. While in Phoenix, she saw Mrs. Mabel Livingston at the hospital where she has been receiving treatments for a nerve disorder. JOHN SIRES is a patient at St. Ann hospital. Recent relatives who came to see him were Mr. & Mrs. A. N. Hansen, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen, and Mrs. and Mrs. Myrle Hansen, Fairmont. The daughter, Jeanne, came from Chicago for a weekend visit. MR. AND MRS. Adrian Sterling, Mrs. Helen Passmore and David spent Sunday at Ankeny with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, Sterling and Mary Beth. Mrs. Lundell is the former Genevieve Sterling. Mrs. Sterling's birthday was April 10 and the Sunday get-together was a celebration of her anniversary. MR. AND MRS. Henry Zwiefel spent last Sunday at Fairmont, with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zwiefel and Jeff. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Phillips went to Albert Lea, to visit Elmer's brother Lloyd and wife who have spent the winter at Mission, Tex. SYLVIA GERMAN and Gertrude Faulstich arrived home after a three month stay at St. Petersburg, Fla. They visited the Otto Laabs', Nettie Haag, George Huber, uncle of Martin Huber, Ollie Smith, former Burt resident, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hill, the former Verda Kienltz of Burt, and saw the V. C. Smiths who were vacationing there. They also visited Mrs. Vesta Menzel at Treasure Island, stayed four days with the Estel Rentzes, former Burt residents, now of Cry- stai tuver, went to Busch Gardens, Silver Springs, Rainbow Spring, Cypress Gardens and many other places. Mrs. German stayed at her daughter's, the Don Shermans at Mason City, till Wednesday night and then rt • turned home. MR. AND MRS. Harold Bjustrom, Whittemore, are parents of a baby daughter who arrived April 4 from Hillcrest Childrens Services of Dubuque. She was born March 28 and has been named Lisa Lynne. Local Scouts Will Have A Good Turn Day Cub and Boy Scouts of the Prairie Gold Area Council are currently making plans to conduct their annual "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" clothing drive. This nation-wide program is another of the good turn events which highlight the scouting activities in Algona. This drive is not for an organization's profitable gain, but it is a means of income for 140 handicapped workers who are self-supporting instead of state supported. These handicapped workers are taxpayers, not tax burdens. Boys Scouts have given time and effort in order to help these people. This is a voluntary project which the Prairie Gold Council has agreed to be a part of and they need the support of the citizens of the council area to make this drive another success. April 22, Cub Scouts, under the leadership of Cubmasters, Rev. Merlin Davies and Ed Sindelar and the den mothers, will distribute a scout "Good Turn Day Bag" to all of the homes in Algona. These bags should be filled with wearable and repairable clothing and materials, and small household appliances, which the Handicapped can process for resale in their retail stores and provide weekly wages. Then April 29, the Boy Scouts, with Scoutmasters Roy Burris and Richard Beisell in charge, will return to the homes to collect the filled bags for delivery to Goodwill Industries in Sioux City. This "Good Turn Day Drive" by the Scouts of the Prairie Gold Area Council, last year supplied the Handicapped workers with materials to keep them employed the entire summer months when collections were at a low level. Notes Of Servicemei U. S. ARMY, GERMANY Gary E. Heetland, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Heetland, Route 1, Lakota, was promoted to Army specialist four March 24, while serving with the 35th Artillery in Germany. Spec. Heetland, a fire direc- tion control computer in Headquarters Battery of the 35th Artillery's 3rd Battalion, entered the Army in March 1966 and was stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla., before arriving overseas last August. He is a 1965 graduate of Lakota Consolidated High School. - o USS WALLER, (DD-466) - Electronics Technician Seaman Louis M. Tegtmeyer, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Tegtmeyer of Route One, Wesley, is back in Norfolk, Va., aboard the destroyer Waller, after a tour in the Mediterranean with U. S. Middle East and Sixth Fleet forces. While a part of the Sixth Fleet, the Waller conducted strike force training maneuvers with one of the carrier groups operating in the central and western Mediterranean Sea. The Middle East Force covers the vast reaches of the Indian Ocean, Arabain Sea, Persian Gulf and Red Sea. - o CHOLON, VIETNAM - Army Specialist Four Kenneth A. Tho- mason, 23, whose mother, Mrs. Ardyth M. Thomason, lives at 417 W. College, Algona, and other members of the 506th Field Depot's 79th Maintenance Battalion at Cholon, Vietnam, are operating one of the largest "fix-it shops" in Vietnam. He and the other men of the 1st Logistical Command's "fix- it" battalion, repair just about any piece of equipment a soldier uses — from shoes and clothes to weapons he fires and the vehicles he drives. Spec. Thomason is a generator mechanic with the battalion's 59th Signal Company. His wife, Susan, lives at Mountlake Terrace, Wash. - o- QUI NHON, VIETNAM -Daniel C. Rentz, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo B. Rentz, 717 N. Minnesota St., Algona, was promoted to Army private first class March 21 in Vietnam, where he is serving with the 554th Engineer Company. Pvt. Rentz, a bridge specialist in the company near Qui Nhon, entered the Army in August 1966 and was stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., before arriving over seas early in March. Before entering the Army he was employed by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. - o- USS ELDORADO (AGC-11) Electronics Technician Third Class Thomas J. Zaugg, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius E. Zaugg of 322 S. Smith St., Algona, helped direct a special assault landing of Marine forces just south of the demilitarized zone in Vietnam, as a crewmember aboard Seventh Fleet amphibious force flagship, USS Eldorado. Code-named "Beacon Hill One", the combination "over- the-beach" and helicopter assault was the third such attack in the same area. The Marines conducted a massive search and destroy sweep through the area, clearing it of enemy troops. TRIPLETS Triplet calves were born at the Lyle Scott farm near Central City last month. Modern House & Household Goods FOR SALE AT Public Auction To settle the Alvina Fuhr Estate, a Public Auction will be held of all personal property to the highest bidder, at Fenton, Iowa—On Friday, April 14th, 1967 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P. M. (In Case of Rain, Sale Will Be Held in Fenton Legion Hall!) HOUSE LOCATED IN FENTON, IOWA This property is located the first house on second block South of Main street in Fenton, Iowa. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: This is a modern 8-room house consisting: of 3 bedrooms and a bath. This house has good shingles, siding 1 and aluminum combination windows. There is a Lennox furnace and a 250-Gal. fuel tank in basement and an electric water heater. LEGAL DESCRIPTION—East Ninety-Four feet of Lot Three (E94' L3) of Auditor's Plot of one Lot C Western Town lot, Company's First addition to Fenton, in Kossuth County, Iowa, TERMS: 15% down day of sale, balance due when deed and abstract is furnished. POSSESSION: Immediate possession. -HOUSEHOLD GOODS- Crosley Electric Refrigerator General Electric Range Round Oak Table with 3 leaves Speed Queen Clothes Dryer Dehumidifier Buffet and Mirror Two Rockers Davenport End Tables Wood Rocker Six Table Lamps Two Floor Lamps Stuffed Chair Nine Wood Chairs Roll-away Bed 14'xl3' Carpet & Pad yx!2' Carpet & Pad 2 folding lawn chairs Two Small Cabinets Hall Tree What-not Shelves Two Iron Beds Two Electric Fans RCA Console TV Set and antenna Dinette Set and 6 chairs Belden Vacuum Cleaner, w/ attchs. Speed Queen wringer washer & tubs Two Radios Toaster (like new) Griddle (like new) Two Elec. Coffee Pots Picture Frames Bathroom Scales Waffle Iron Electric Mixer 10-Yards of Toweling Dishes, pots, pans, silverware, and many items too numerous to mention. Usual Auction Terms—Mot Responsible tor Accldmts—Ho Property Removed Uitll Settlea" For! Alvina Fuhr, Estate HELEN THILGES, ADMINISTRATOR LYLE BENSEN & RONALD PECK, Auctioneers First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton—CLERK

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