The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 22
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2—Algeria, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 20, 1967 summer? COOL YOUR WHOLE HOUSE WITH GAS AIR CONDITIONING • Gas cocls quietly and dependably Gas cools economically Gas cools with little maintenance AND Gas Air Conditioning Has An Unmatched Record Of Performance In Business And Industrial Installations! Welcome ffim ffome Air Conditioned North Central Public Service Co. ALGONA, IOWA Remember Last Summer. National Guard Unit In Wyoming attended pre-orientation and registration program at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls last Thursday and Friday. From there they went to Maquoketa to join Mr. Riedinger and the other sons for a family reunion over the weekend at the home of Mr. Riedinger 1 sparents. iBurt News) Members of the J. D. Card club and their families enjoyed a picnic supper at the Charles Schrader home Sunday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend and Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chipman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Batt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lovstad, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad and Lori Lichter, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoppus we re unable to be present. Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske returned Sunday from Iowa City where she had spent 'the past two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Heerdt, who has been hospitalized there for the past five weeks. Mrs. Heerdt would enjoy very much hearing from her many Burt friends. ATTENTION ALL CAR OWNERS A group of two officers and 68 enlisted men of the National Guard unit here left Friday at 6 a. m. for a two-week encamp" ment at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming. They traveled by truck in convoy. Members of the Algona complement are "B" Battery, First Howitzer Battalion, 194th Field Artillery. The men took their own field equipment and arms. Included on the trip are Capt. Howard W. Stephenson, Algona, commander of the local contingent; 1/Lt. Gerald Thatcher, Rodman; 1/Sgt. JamesE. Kelley, Algona; and Sgt. 1/C William D. Detrick, Algona. Also Staff Sergeants Duane C. Dittmer, Lone Rock; Robert F. Kraft, Corwith; Robert J. Moritz, Algona; and Kermit W. Studer, Clear Lake; Sergeants Robert J. Arend, Wayne R. Arndorfer and John L. Scuffham, Algona; David L. Cink, Kenneth H. De- Waard and Roger D. Wood, Woden; Wayne E. Fehr and Jerome T. Laubenthal, West Bend. Specialists Five include J. D. Andrews, Mankato, Minn.; Marvin A. Meyer, Corwith; and Robert M. Snedden, Spencer; Corporals include Richard L. Banwart, West Bend; James W. Brooks, Kanawha; James E. Gatton and Larry L. Pearson, Algona; Harold G. Harms, Titonka; George W. Hattle, Dolliver; Julius H. Irmiter, Armstrong; Darrel G. Jensen, Elmore, Minn.; Donald J. Madsen and Thomas E. Ulses, Burt. Specialists Four include August R. Baumann, Lakota; Peter A. Besch and Duane H. Hilbert, LuVerne; Larry P. Bonnstetter, James M. Roupe and Terry L. Schafer, West Bend; David J. Carlson, Buffalo Center; LeRoy D. Davis, Burt; Arnold D. Eden and Wilbur C. Pihl, Woden; Richard J. Erpelding, Bode; Gordon B. Garrison, Swea City; Richard E. Gatton, John M. Hood, Durwood L. Nelson, Mark A. Seeley, Kirk M. Struthers and Larry K. Westling, Algona; Roger W. Hrubes, Crystal Lake; Kenneth R. Terhark, Britt; and Henry F. Ullman, Titonka. Private 1st Class include Michael Bonnstetter, West Bend; Charles P. Doyle and Robert J. Weber, Bancroft; Robert J. Erpelding, Thomas C. Kellner and Jerald J. Thilges, Bode; Eugene R. Frankl and Ronald J. Frankl, South Sioux City, Nebr.; Ivan L. Frey, Corwith; Dean J. Grandgenett, Algona; Robert G. Harms, Titonka; Keith E. Klinksiek, Lakota; Thomas J. McCleish, Lone Rock; Edgar A. BUY AN AIR CONDITIONER FROM THE DEALER OF YOUR GHOIOE THEN CALL US FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION! EXPERT, PROMPT ELECTRICAL SERVICE JIM UTT Phone 295-2223 UTT Electric 421 E. CALL ALGONA, IIWA Meyer and Paul J. Ulses, Burt; Jon R. Ostrander, Thompson; Thomas G. Otis, Wesley; Larry E. Stohr, Leland; and Duane L. Thilges, Ft. Dodge. The group will return to Algona July 30. A number of members of the local contingent are now or have attended schooling and training at the Iowa Military Academy at Camp Dodge inDes Moines. They participate in two weeks of training and weekend drills for one year. They include 2nd Lt. Lynn J. Esland, Austin, Minn.; and Sergeants Michael H. Miller and Kenneth L. Traub, West Bend; Christian A. Nygaard, Wesley; and Douglas J. Wicks, Boone; and Privates Steven J. Miller, Rolfe; Russel V. Bierl, Algona; and Raymond E. Brown, West Bend. Attending non-commissioned officers' training at Camp Dodge are Corp. D. Wilcox, Swea City; and Private 1st Class Norman H. Roth, Buffalo Center. On active duty for six months are Privates (E-2) Donald M. Besch and David L. Nail, Corwith ; Eldon P. Erpelding, Bode; Richard C. Frideres, LuVerne; Ronald N. Frideres, Leroy M. Thilges and Roger L. Thilges, West Bend; Dennis L. Heerdt, Burt; Wayne K. Knoner, Ledyard; Dennis M. Long and Marvin P. Thilges, Algona; David P. Studer and Ronald E. Weiland, Wesley; and Roger L. Thilges, Whittemore. Also, Privates (E-l) Robert G. Alphs, Woden; Gerald L. Besch, West Bend; Kenyon E. Gabrielson and Wayne D. Tietz, Algona. PINK AND BLUE SHOWER Mrs. Harlan Steburg was honored at a pink and blue shower July 13 at the Moose Hall with 26 guests present. Hostesses were Mrs. Francis Bunting, Mrs. Everett Garbett, Mrs. John Kissner and Mrs. Bea Baldwin. Mrs. Vickie Hutchison won the door prize. The evening was spent playing games and lunch was served. mmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiinniinnniiiiiinTniimniinmiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiHinniiiii pper Des Moinesf SOCIETY NEWS IS ENGAGED Mrs. William Wade Sullivan announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Sheila, to Dr. Donald Richard Mclntyre of Minneapolis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mc- lntyre of Merchantville, N. J. The wedding will take place in August. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS The birthdays of Mrs. William Runchey and Mrs. Lyle Steele were observed Sunday withapot- luck dinner at the Runcheys. Those in attendance were Mr. Runchey, Mr. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and Susan, Mrs. Alice Clayton, Mrs. Nell Potter, Mrs. Eva Dewel, Mrs. Doris Miller and Kathy, and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler and family, Livermore, and Mari McCullough. Several members of the birthday club' were out of town. Arrangements were made by Mrs. Wayne Smith, daughter of the Runcheys. - o - WED 55 YEARS The fifty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher and eighty-first birthday of Mr. Fisher were combined in a family celebration Sunday at the parental home. Present were Mrs. Eva Jorgan, Willie Fisher and family, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fisher, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lowman, Laurens; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher, Jr., Granada, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fisher and the respective families. - o Keep COOL WITH ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING 214 E. State 295-5240 COFFEE HOSTESS Mrs. Albert Hagg entertained at a coffee Tuesday morning. Guests were Freda Steussey, Florence Brown, Kate Wegener, Velma Hagg and Agnes Dreesman. - o - AT WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk, Cheryl and Gary, are going to Albert Lea, Minn., Saturday to attend the wedding of Diane Olson and Kenneth Sorensen in the Lutheran church. A reception will follow the ceremony. The bridegroom is a nephew of the Rusks and will be at home in Albert Lea. - o - EIGHT SPECKS The Eight Specks 500 club will meet Wednesday evening, July 26, with Mrs. Lester Johnson. - o - ATTEND REUNION Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and Don AIR-CONDITIONING (NOT JUST FORD & MERCURY) We have FACTORY-TRAINED 'MEN AND EQUIPMENT to service and check ALL AIR CONDITIONING UNITS . . . and this should be done each year before summer driving. .The cost is reasonable — and you'll be assured your car's Air Conditioning unit is working first rate this summer. (1) Check proper running of Air Condition Pump. (2) Check Belts and all component parts. (3) Check Freion in system for complete charge. (4) Machine • test for correct cooling capacity. eW* HOT WEATHER AHEAD- YOUR CAR NEW AIR CONDITIONING UNITS FOR ALL FORDS AND MERCURYS NOW ON HAND. Easily installed in your present car. Call or stop in for an estimate. Call Dick Beisell for appointment Taylor Motor Co. 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