The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1967 · Page 3
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don smrth ONE of the employees here at the UDM, Jo Waldera, recently received some Vietnamese hate literature, which was picked up in that country by her son, Lt. Tom Waldera. We're going to give you a few quotes from the flyers which are printed on a very poor grade of colored paper. To wit, with wording and spelling for the most part intact: "COLORED American Servicemen! 20 million fellow countrymen of yours in the USA are being abused, oppressed, exploited, manhandled, murdered by Racist authorities. You don't forgot Alabama cases, don't you? Now, they are misleading you, driving you to S. VN and using your hands to slaughter the South Vietnamese people who are struggling for Peace-Indepen- dence-freedonwtemoeratyteition- ol reunification, for Equality and friendship between the peoples all over the world I" "IS it conceivable that you resign yourselves to help the US aggressors, the common enemies of Colored Americans and Vietnamese people, in murdering your Vietnamese brothers for US monopolist capitalists' sake? Resolutely oppose to your being sent to the battlefront as the men of the 3rd Brig. 1st US Inf. div. at Lai-khe did on April 66." "IF forced to join the battle: Cross over to the front's side! Let yourselves be captured by the liberation armed forces! Don't resist, throw your weapons far away and lie still! Hand your weapons over to the liberation combatants, quickly follow them out to safe areas! Through the Front's lenient policy, you will be well treated and the synnfl will arrange your repatriation as it did with Claude McClure RA1 4703075, a colored American prisoner on last Nov. 27, 1965. Peace for Vietnam!" "G. I.! The SVN people love PEACE, but they love FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE still more. If s why they are rising up, taking to arms to oppose Johnson- McNajnara's dirty aggressive war! Don't get mixed up witli Washinton's crimes in SVN! Uphold the SVN people's just struggle! Repatriate the US Expeditionary Corps! Peace for Vietnam I" MAKES you think they don't want us over there, doesn't it? ALIMONY - The high cost of leaving! DON'T forget the United Fund drive for funds when it gets underway here Oct. 2. Give all you can! LOCAL car dealers were all very pleased with the size of the crowds who visited them to get a look at the 1968 models during the past couple of weeks. This writer was very impressed by all of the new ones-and the remarks of others at the showings indicated most persons also thought they are neat. Saw a lot of persons who we know got the "bug" for a new car. We'd like to congratulate each of the dealers on their showings. HERE are the answers to last week's football quiz - Ev Garbett, Melcher Higli School and Simpson College; Ken Mercer, Simpson College (also former AHS coach and father of Mike Mercer, one of top kickers in AFL); Lloyd Bohannon, AHS and Iowa State; Dick Cowan, AHS: and Bruiser Kinnard, University of Mississippi. Here are five more — Chuck Crapser, Wade Hanson, CurtMerz, Maggie Lichter and Hoyt Raney. OLD fishermen never die— they just smell that way! MORE football. One of the college yearbooks, prepared by ABC-TV Sports, has an All- America check list, which names the men who should be the ones to watch during the new fall season. We picked out just the ones named from midwest schools and they include: OFFENSE — Quarterbacks: Terry Hanratty, Notre Dame, and Jimmy Raye, Michigan State; Fullbacks: Bob Apisa, Michigan State; Perry Williams, Purdue; and Dick Davis, Nebraska; Tailbacks: Rocky Bleier, Notre Dame, and Ben Gregory, Nebraska; Wingbacks: Leroy Keyes, Purdue; Ends: Jim Seymour, Notre Dame; Jim Beirne, Purdue; Bill Anders, Ohio State; and Al Brenner, Michigan State; and Interior Linemen: Dick Himes, Ohio State; Joe Przybycki, Michigan State; and Ray Phillips, Michigan. DEFENSE -Linebackers: John Pergine, Notre Dame; Clanton King, Purdue; and Mike McGill, Notre Dame; Ends: Kevin Hardy, Notre Dame; Russ Washington, Missouri; George Cliatlos, Michigan State; and Bob Stein, Minnesota; Linemen: Wayne Meylan, Nebraska; Backs: Tom Schoen, Notre Dame; Jess Phillips, Miclu'gan State; Tom Garretson, Northwestern; Tony Williams, Iowa; and Tom Sakal, Minnesota. OUTSTANDING sophomores are supposed to be Ed Ziegler, fullback, and Mike McCoy, tackle, Notre Dame; and Toady Smith, end, Michigan State. Smith is a younger brother of last year's Bubba, top collegiate lineman in the nation. NATURALLY, most of the top talent listed is from Notre Dame and Michigan State, two clubs that very well could battle it out for the national championship. ANATOMY is something that everyone has - but it looks better on a girl. FOREIGN SERVICE Charles J. Pitman, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pitman, Leon, was sworn in as a Foreign Service Officer of the U.S. Department of State in Washington. Mr. Pitman is a graduate of Central community high school, Dartmouth College and Vanderbilt University. He will soon be assigned to a diplomatic post overseas. " "•••"- --------- ~.--."~ v Lone Rock 'By Mrs. Wm. E. Marlow Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine*—S Modernette Club met at the home of Mrs. Sam McCleish Thursday evening. Mrs. Paul Bernhard won high, Mrs. Wm. Marlow, travel; Mrs. Hobert Lynch, low. Mrs. George Kissner had as guests Friday at her home Mrs. Georgia Marlow, Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Jane Henrichsen and children, Mrs. Wm. Marlow and Mrs. Harlan Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig went to Rochester, Minn. Thursday where Mrs. Flaig entered St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Roger Jensen stayed witli her mother till Sunday. Visitors Sunday of Mrs. Flaig*s were Mr. Frank Flaig, Mrs. C.W. Heerdt and Dennis of Hurt. Lenore circle met Wednesday Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Milton Madison as hostess. Mrs. Lawrence Rath had the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer were Sunday evening guests at the Alf Krueger home. Guests at the Maude Blanchard home were Mr. and Mrs. Cliet Alme, Ottosen. Judy and Dennis Hiitchinsun were home for the weekend from Minneapolis at their parents home, the Lloyd Hutchinsons.. Mrs. Harlan Marlow, Mrs. Lloyd Hutcliinson, and Mrs. Win. Marlow went to Mankato Monday where Teresa and Allan entered Mankato State College. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kinsella and Roger spent the weekend at the Roy Sunkel home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger, Randy and Judy, Carol and Michael Tietz, Fenton, spent Saturday and Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. Bill Elbert, Ankeny. They also visited Willie Kruse at the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. Mr. Kruse was to lie released Monday. Mrs. Milton Marlow was hostess to her birthday clul) last Monday. 500 was played with Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt wim.inu' high; Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, low; and Mrs. Lyle Marlow, travel. Mrs. H.A. Salisbury, Hurt; and Mrs. Wm. Marlow were guests. Dawn Schultz was here for a weekend visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Fred Schultz, and her grandfather, Fred Schultz, who was moved recently from Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, to the rest home in Bancroft. Guests at the Georgia Marlow and Del Marlow home this weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marlow, Redfield, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Kruegerand Mike Lee spent Friday at the Ron- ,ald Christenson home in Belgrade. They were guests that weekend at the Ernest Jensen home in Hackensack, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Meyer ofCorwith were also guests. Is Engaged LONE ROCK-The engagement of Linda Mae Knoll and Roger H. Tjarks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tjarks of Titonka, is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Knoll, Lone Rock, The bride-elect is a graduate of La Jarnes College of Hairstyling in Mason City and is now working at the Artistic Beauty Salon in Ames. Her fiance is a graduate of Waldorf College in Forest City, and is now attending Iowa State University at Ajnes, A.'.Noy.ember wedding is being planned, " ' KOSSUTH COUNTY'S — FA-VORITE NEWSPAPER Wed 25 Years LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner were honored Saturday evening, Sept. 9, with an open house at the Lone Rock Legion hall for their 2f>th wedding anniversary. There were 150 guests registered to help the couple commemorate the event, which was sponsored by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hinrichsen (Jane) of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Long, (Janice) of Bettendorf, and Lanny, at home. 91st Birthday Surprise For Irvington Man IRVINGTON- Chris Gales was honored on Sept. 17 with a surprise gathering at his home, all his children being present. It was his 91st birthday. Ho is in excellent health and enjoys his garden and yard work. Another Irvingtonian who is 91 years of age is Ed Ditsworth, also in good health and busy with garden and yard work. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seeney of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Simon were dinner guests at the Ed Ditsworth home Sept. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Karel of near Des Moines called on friends here the past week when making their annual drive in this vicinity where they had lived many years. Mrs. Gerald Frankl and daughters and son Donnie of So. Sioux City, Nebr. were weekend guests at Mike Frankl's. Mrs. Frankl and daughters attended the bridal shower for Mary C. Bormann at St. Benedict on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Marie Colwell, Mrs. B.O. Davis and Mrs. Florence Colwell drove to Jackson, Minn. Sunday. Mrs. Florence Colwell remained there to visit relatives for another week or ten days. Claude Fowler is spending this month witli his In-other, Emmet and family at Pine River, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole returned home Thursday after a pleasure drive in the vicinity of McGregor, la. and into northern Minnesota for a few days. John l)iilx)ski entered Veterans hospital at Dos Moines Sept. 19 for a series of treatments and learning to walk with his artifiriiil foot. SALE I ^j|£-l* . . house paint SNOW WHITE Holdlile no peel no blister 2 § i 5 s HOUSE PAINT "Cures Spotted Fever" You know the symptoms. Everyone who has ever painted a house knows them and dreads them! Blisters. Little spots. Then bigger spots that peel! And years sooner than you counted on, a respectable paint job ruined t$ "spotted fever." Its cause? Water. (Not rain. Any good house paint sheds outside moisture.) Water inside your house tries to get outside i... water vapor from cooking, bathing, washing, mopping, etc. Ordinary paints seal water in as well as out. So, water vapor pushes the paint away from the surface, creating blisters, cracks, peeling . . . dreaded "spotted fever" that ruins a paint job! Hold'Tite House Paint is no ordinary paint. Hold-Tite holds tight, to the surface ... no peel ... no blister! Like louvers, it "breathes out" inside moisture while shielding perfectly against outside moisture. This paint will protect the surface EIGHT YEARS when applied as directed on the container. i IMPORTANT: This may happen after painting: Where old paint is blistering or peeling, you must scrape down to bare wood and prime with Davis Da-Luxe House Paint Primer. Then, proceed as directed on the label of Hold-Tite House Paint. In some cases after a home has been painted with Hold-Tite, some peeling may occur where the old paint was not removed, usually near the places scraped. Actually, despite appearances, such old paint was not holding well. Merely scrape and touch up these places with Davis Da-Luxe House Paint Primer and a subsequent coat of Hold-Tite. 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