The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1967 · Page 9
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Whittemore Soldier Honored Private-First-Class John E. Mosbach has been awarded a certificate of achievement for attaining high scholastic standing in his class upon completion of The Food Inspection Procedures (Basic) Course at the U.S. Army Medical Service Veterinary School, Chicago, Illinois. Private Mosbach is the son of Mrs. Frances V. Mosbach of Whittemore, Iowa. He is a graduate of Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. In the photo above he is receiving the certificate from Colonel L. L. Beuschl, Commandant. Private Mosbach is presently assigned to the U.S. Army Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. (U.S. Army Photo) Ex-LuVerne Couple Wed For 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler of Ft. Dodge, former residents of, the LuVerne community, observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 17, with an open house held at the Methodist Church in LuVerne from 2s30 to 5p.m. Hosts for the event were the Leglers* two sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler and sons of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legler and children of Knoxville. - o Denny Legler, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Legler, left Monday tor Moline, El., where he boarded a plane for Washington, D. C. Denny is a student at Gallaudet College for the Deaf in Washington, D.C. During his two weeks visit with his parents and brothers, he also visited from Tuesday until Thursday with friends in Council Bluffs. The J. J. Club met Friday afternoon with a potluck luncheon at the LuVerne town park with 10 members answering the roll call. Officers for the 1967-68 year are President, Jean Elbert; Vice-president, Faye Lichty; Secretary, Harriet Schulz; and Treasurer, Florence Stewart. Circle one of the WSCS met at the home of Eleanor Kubly Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 6. Seven members answered the roll call with "My Favorite Hymn." Lucinda Stone gave devotions and also had the lesson. Fern Neal had charge of the business meeting. Lunch was served by the hostess. Dr. and Mrs. Kermit Larsen and daughter of Austin, Texas, were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande last week. Mr. Larsen, who is a nephew of Mrs. Pergande, is an instructor at the University ol Texas. Circle 3 of the WSCS of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon, September 6, at the home of Anna Jensen with nine members in attendance. Roll call was answered with a verse from Mathew. Maude Brink gave devotions and Ann Bjustromhadthe lesson. Plans were completed for the smorgasbord to be held in the church September 28. Evening Star circle met Thursday evening, September 7, in the home of Doris Barber with 12 members present. Marvel Eggleston gave devotions and Lucille Ramus had the lesson. Plans were made for the smorgasbord at the church September 28. Lunch was served by the hostess. Circle 2 of the WSCS met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Melinda Swanson. Nine members were present. The roll call was answered by "My Vacation." Devotions were given by Marjorle Shelton. Laurine Jergensen had the lesson. Lunch was served by the hostess. The WSCS ^f the Methodist Church is sponsoring a smorgasbord supper to be held in the church basement Thursday, September 28. Serving is to start at 5 p.m. Attending the elevator direo tors meeting at Spirit Lake from Tuesday until Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull, Tommy Miller, Edwin Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish of Corwith. George Storey of Lu Verne attended the meeting for one day. The descendants of the late Peter and Enger Petersen held a family reunion in the LuVerne town park Sunday. Towns represented were Mason City, (311- more City, Corwith, Iowa City, Sac City, Clarion, Clear Lake, Ottosen, Marshalltown, and Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr. have returned home after spending the past ten days visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Liu, of Wichita, Kan. Lirio Liu, who had been spending the summer with her grandparents, while her mother attended summer school at the University of Wichita, accompanied her grandparents to her home. Enters Angus Show King's Angus Farm of Algona has entered three Angus in the Waterloo Meat Animal Show, opening Sept. 23 as part of the National Dairy Cattle Congress, Orphans Give Thanks For Aid After Tragedy In childish, but clear writing, two of the Clucyk children, left orphans when their parents were killed in a head-on auto crash south ,of Algona on U.S. 169 late in 1966, have expressed their thanks for gifts forwarded to them from local residents. Three children, two girls and a boy, survived, and have been making their home with folks in Fort Dodge. About $400 was raised here, voluntarily, in behalf of the youngsters, said Mrs. J. B. Harris who received the two letters. They follow: Dear Mrs. Harris: I want to thank you and the people from Algona who donated the hospital. Thank you for my sting-ray (a bike). When I go swimming at the YWCA I ride my bike there. Love - Krista Ciucyk. Dear Mrs. Harris: I want to thank you and the people from Algona who donated the money and were so nice to us in the hospital. Thank you for the seven days at the ranch. (The fund financed a week at a camp). I had fun there, and the name of the horse I rode was named Bill. Yours truly, Werner Ciucyk. St. Joe KC's Honor Memory, Late Member ST. JOE - Fourth Degree KC's of the Emmetsburg area held a dinner-dance at St. Joseph's school hall Sunday evening, Sept. 10. The dinner program was in honor of departed Sir Knight, Charles Plathe, with a chalice presented to the Plathe family. The Plathe family donated the chalice to the Benedictine missionaries, Schuyler, Nebr., with Brother Innocent here to accept for the order. The chalice will be given to a mission priest in Tanzania, East Africa. A C.D.A. committee prepared and served the dinner. The Country Cousins trio furnished music for the dance. * o- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Asher and Jody and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Asher, Englewood, N. J., spent the past week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Wm. Asher is the former Roselle Bonnann, sister of Mrs. Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Asher are thejar- ents of Wm. Asher. They left here Monday morning for Davenport for a visit with Mrs. Wm. Asher*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonnann, before returning to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bonnann and family, Clarion, spent the weekend here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Allan and Debbie and Murl Dodds spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rlngs- dorf and Mike at Centerville. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunkel observed the birthdays Sept. 10 of two daughters and one son, Lisa, 3, Sept. 9, Norman, 2, Sept. 8, and Theresa, 1, on Sept. 7. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann, Leo and Ralph from here, Mrs. Florence Faber, Cindy and Melvin, Jr., Burt, and Mrs. Caroline Kunkel, Algona. Mrs. Faber and Mrs. Kunkel are the grandmothers. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunkel, Lisa and Ben spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Loeu and family at Hayfield, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kunkel, Bryon, Minn. Mrs. Loeu Is a sister of Mrs. Kunkel and Virgil Kunkel and Conrad are brothers. Norman and Theresa stayed with their maternal grandmother, Mrs. Florence Faber, at Burt while their parents were on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas, all from Algona, were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas. Kirk Hayes To Receive Honors At Convention Kirk Hayes, Druggists Mutual Insurance Company, left September 17 to attend the Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters' annual meeting and seminars at theSanJrancis- co Hilton Hotel, San Francisco, Calif., September 20-22, 1967. The traditional three-day slate of seminars is part of the Society's program of professional self development and continuing education for members. Mr. Hayes will participate in the highlight of the Society's meeting, the annual conferment of the CPCU designation on persons who have completed the requirements in 1967. Mr. Hayes was graduated from Algona High School. He is a Phi Beta Kappa college graduate receiving degrees from Drake University, Des Molnes, and Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. After graduation he spent five years as an intelligence briefing officer in the Air Force at Headquarters 5th AF, Japan and Strategic Air Command, Offutt AFB, Nebraska. Leaving the service as a captain in 1962, he has since been with Druggists Mutual. ' Mrs. Hayes, the former Julie Bourne of Algona, will also attend the convention. Postal Service Day Being Observed Here Postmaster Ed Farrell of Algona reported today that Postal Services Day, Sept. 19 will highlight those services offered to the community by the local post office. On Postal Services Day, letter carriers will begin delivering to every householder a kit of eight postal cards which can be mailed back to the post office to obtain the ZIP code for "adp- less" addresses. Each completed card will be sent to the post office which services the address needing a ZIP Code. There the proper five-digit number will be added before the form is returned to the sender. No postage will be needed on the cards. Postal Services Day activities will be designed to point out that the Post Office Department is the one Federal Government agency that comes in closest contact with the public on a day-in and day-out basis. Each of the eight postal cards in the kit will contain a message encouraging the general use of ZIP Code. There will be a ninth card of instructions. In addition, another separate card will be delivered which is a reminder of the local ZIP Code. Last year, approximately 10,000 addresseswere ZlPCoded by the Algona Post Office as part of a similar program using only one card with spaces for as many as 13 addresses, Postmaster Farrell said. "The ultimate result will be an improvement in service," Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien has said about the project. "ZIP Code is the base upon which the modern postal service is being built. But, it won't work and the modernization and efficiencies ZIP Code will bring cannot go into effect until there is more widespread usage of the five-number code." T-B Unit Meets The Kossuth County TB and Health Association executive board met on September 6, 1967, for a noon luncheon meeting with C. R. Schoby, president, presiding. Friday, October 27,1967, was set as the date for the fall meeting of the association. Mrs. Claude Slagle was named chairman of the Memorial Gifts Committee. Tuftsdoy, Sept. 19, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upp*r fta Mdlfltt-9 »»» JGHT — ^~«-»«—- ^*., ^^s MESS Promise Revision, Mail Routing, North Kossuth A communication from the editor of the Elmore, Minn. Eye, weekly newspaper, should result in improved mail service around the north end of Kossuth county, according to a story carried in the "Eye" last week. The problem-Sfifims._to be_ that mail from Minnesota, addressed to towns in northern Kossuth county, is routed to the sectional center at Mankato, then to Minneapolis, then to Fort Dodge, then to Algona, and from Algona north, This is taking up to four days, it is reported. "We can get mail from Elmore to California in two days," said the Elmore publisher, "but it takes four days to get to towns only a short distance from Elmore." His article on the problem follows: "In this day of modern technology, when we are sending rockets to the moon, airplanes flying faster than sound, cars speeding down super highways and advancement in almost any phase of our economy, it still takes four days to get a letter seven to nine miles from Elmore. With the addition of zip code, many new sectional postal centers all over the country to speed up mail delivery, things are so "goofed up" in sending mail to Ledyard, Lakota, Swea City, Rake and Buffalo Center, Iowa, that If you mail a letter here on Thursday, it won't be delivered until Monday, "Under the new sectional center form of distribution, you can get a letter to Florida or California in two days, but to a few Jowa towns south of Elmore, four days, In checking with the sectional center at Mankato, 'I was told that mail leaving Elmore goes to Mankato, then to Minneapolis, then to Fort Podge, la., then to Algona, la,, and finally is sent to the towns north of Algona. Before the big change in our postal service, Lathan Hagge had a Star Route from Mankato through Elmore and to these towns south, and Earl Snyder had a Star Route from Algona, through these towns to Blue Earth and return. Now both have been discontinued. In checking with the regional director in Minneapolis on Tuesday, he had to admit it was ridiculous, and promised swift action to try and correct the situation. It is no fault of the Elmore post office as they are required to send all mail to the section center at Mankato. As of Tuesday, the Regional Directors of Schemes and Planning called stating that they had worked out a new delivery, which would assure faster delivery to Lakota, Ledyard, Buuaio Center, Rake and Swea City." GENUINE NEW CASE PARTS Closing Out All New Stock And Canvas At Discount. OLSON IRON & METAL 525 N. 7th St. Phone 573*2211 Fort Dodge, Iowa FELLOW Gerald W. Gruber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Gruber of Waukon has been appointed a university fellow by Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland, Ohio. Gerald is in his second year of pre-doctoral study' WE'LL TRADE! Well take your old watches, rings and clocks - regardless of how old they are on trade-in and allow above normal pricing! This offer good only between hours of 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., during Algona's.. MOONLIGHT MADNESS Wed., Sept. 20, 6:30-9:00 P.M. WILTGEN JEWELERS - ALGONA - --»--- 6:30 to 9 P.M. ONLY WEDNESDAY NIGHT OFF FALL DRESSES FALL SUITS CUT-OFFS,JEANS GLOVES BENCHWARMER Reg. $16.00 Costume JEWELRY 29 Dan _tl tn t9 ^^H ^F Reg. $1 to $2 •MMHMWMM"" Second Floor BOYS' DONMOOR SHIRTS Reg. to $4.00 $!.» to S.fl ^^^^^^^^^^^_g_M_«p^^plMHMMpl ALGONA NEW FALL COATS $35 to 50 - $5 off $51 to 100 -$10 off $101 & up -$15 off 4 ONLY - REG. TO $35 FORMALS ... We Van Raalt* SEAMLESS HOSIERY 10 limit 2 pr. per customer CHILDREN'S WEAR j^^MHMHWV" CURITY DIAPERS Reg. $3.89 Beg. $3.29 GIRL'S SIZES 304 SLIPS REG, $3,00 C Second Floor •MPPVBIWMMi HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS REG. TO $4.00 SHEAKLEY ALGONA

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