The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1967 · Page 16
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WHAT ARE THEY DOING? BY STEVE WALLER Dennis Georg is a ham. Among other things. What I mean is, he is a member of the local H- pack, a "subdivision" of the Amateur Radio Relay League, and spends a lot of time on his amateur radio. The other things Dennis is well, he is an independent apprentice, a parts man, a bookkeeper, a delivery boy, a salesman, an equipment tester, a repairman, and an antenna installer, as well as an executive custodial engineer for Electronic Specialties of Algona. Young Mr. Georg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Georg and graduated from Algona High School last spring. Denny puts in the hours. He goes to work at seven and knocks off about five each day, six days a week. He's been on the go with this schedule since school ended, but he began working part time last November. He is fnore or less an independent apprentice because his boss, Gene Faulstich, allows him freedom of movement from one task to another knowing that Denny can and does get the job done, Whether it be selling a TV or keeping the books, Denny can handle the situation. He got started on the job through his interesting hobby as an amateur radio operator. In fact, Denny has several hundred dollars worth of radio equipment in his basement at home and uses it in his spare time. The job is right down Denny's alley. He spends 75% of his time inside the shop doing many different chores. Perhaps the most challenging for him is what he called "benchwork". This is general repairing and testing of radios, televisions, and 2-way radio equipment. This work offers Denny a chance to improve his skill and knowledge for when he goes on to college. He plans to major in mathematics and/or chemistry and then go on to a possible masters degree in engineering. Denny would like to make a career out of the electronic interest, he now has. When he first arrives at work (7 a. m.), Young Mr. Georg tends to the custodial tasks such as cleaning out the three trucks used for service calls. He sorts tools, restocks shelves and often writes out the order form for parts needed around the store during the rest of the day. Some of the time he repairs 2-way radios which are used by many implement and construction companies, doctors and plumbers. There have been veryfew"un- usual happenings", but when something DOES go wrong, you know it. For instance, the day Denny sent smoke signals—wires crossed and circuits backfired. However, the fault was in the frayed wires which were overloaded. At the moment, Denny is working on his second class commercial license which will give him government authorization to change the frequencies of 2-way radios. He already holds the amateur radio permit, of course, because of his present 2-way radio work. Denny is always improving his mind. In spare moments, he reads novels, history and science literature. He's also started reading his next year's textbooks, which he acquired while at the summer orientation period at ISU. Although he hasn't found time for it this summer, Denny still likes to fish and hunt, and he is an avid Minnesota Twins fan. If he needs assistance, which isn't very often, he can turn to Brian Mortensen, Vern Leek, or Mr. Faulstich, his helpful fellow workers. Although it probably will never happen, don't let it throw you if Denny Georg pops up on the TV screen in the climax of an exciting episode of "Mr. Terrific" I SENECA Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen received word Saturday that they have a new grandson, a baby boy born July 8 to their daughter, Marilyn, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fulwiler, Milwaukee, Wise. The baby has a brother, Steven, who is presently staying with his grandparents, the Jo- hannesens. Blakjer Lutheran church services will be held on the summertime schedule beginning July 16 and will be at 8 a. m. This Sunday will be the last Sunday for Sunday School. They will recess until the last Sunday in August. A Sunday School picnic is planned for July 15 at 3 p. m. at the Swea City park. All children are to bring their bathing suits. Refreshments will be provided. Mrs. Bertha Pommer and Mrs. Anna Presthus, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Fenton,and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loott were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Tuesday, July 18, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-9 Serena Peter sen, Fentoti. Seneca frier.'ls r.f tl«? Forest Christensens, former Seneca residents, now of Cedar Falls, will be interested in learning that they have sold their Cedar Falls home and will t>e making their home at Garden Grove, Calif. DAIRY FOODS make summer meals a circus... DAIRY FOODS are fresh, fast, fun ... Consolidated \ Co-op Creameries WHITTEMORE - LONE ROCK - SWEA CITY •C • i • t • ( • ( • ( • ( C • ( • ( ( ( • ( • ( • { • ( • ( • ( • t • ( • ( • t • t • ( • ( • t • t TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION D. C. Hutchison, Executor of the Estate of Casper Thilges, will sell at public auction the following described two tracts of real estate: Farm No. 1 The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW'/« NE'/«) and the North One half of the Southeast Quarter (N% SE'/<) of Section 15, Township 94 North, Range 29, West of the 5th P.M. (Riverdale Township). TIME OF SALE; 1:30 P. M., July 19, 1967. PLACE OF SALE: Sale will take place on the premises above described which is located approximately 7 miles south of Algona (one mile west of Highway 169) and approximately 2 miles east and 5 miles north of Bode, Iowa. Farm No. 2 The Northwest Quarter (NW'/«) of Section 26, Township 94 North, Range 28, West of the 5th P.M. (Sherman Township). TIME OF SALE: 3:15 P. M., July 19,1967. PLACE OF SALE: Sale will take place on the premises above described which is located approximately 9 miles south and 5 miles east of Algona (4 miles east of Highway 169 or approximately !'/» miles north and 2 miles west of Lu- Verne). TERMS: 10% down on date of sale, balance to be paid March 1, 1968. POSSESSION: Possession will be given to the buyers on March 1, 1968. Seller will pay the taxes of 1967 payable in 1968. For further information see D. C. Hutchison, Executor of the Estate of Casper TJiilges, 2'/a East State Street, Algona, Iowa. HUTCHISON & ANDREASEN, Algona, Iowa Attorney* CHARLEY QUINN

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