The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 12
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Entered at ««cond clam mntter at the postofflce at Algona. Iowa (SOBU). Nov. 1. IBM. under Act of CongrcM of Mnrch 3. 1B79 ESTAWJSHIO 186! VOL. 101 NO. 76 iSlgona Zipper JWoincs! JOHN WAYNE'S NEWEST New Wildlife Pond Near St. Joe DISGUSTED . . . "I'd have more privacy In the El Paso railroad station," says Robert Mitchum to John Wayne and Charlene Holt In this scene from Howard Hawks' "El Dorado," a lusty Western for Paramount Pictures opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. "El Dorado" is set in Texas In the perfect era for tumultuous western adventure, the period following the Civil War when the cattle market was beginning to emerge. Story of a gunflghter and a sheriff in a range war, the Technicolor film als features James Caan and Michelc Carey, and Arthur Hun- aicutt. Miss Thilges Is Honored, St. Joe School Deferment, Fatherhood Portions Draft Law Outlined A pit pond is under construction on the Richard and Robert Erpelding farm located a mile northeast of St. Joe. Pictured above is Francis Erpelding, the twins' father, who no doubt has visions of the fish and wildlife in his mind, that will be a product of this pond. When completed, the pit will be 425 feet long and 90 feet wide, a maximum deptli of excavation of 16 feet, with a normal depth of water at 13 to 14 feet. The berm or dike around the pond will be constructed to prevent flood waters from entering the pond and this area will then be seeded to grass along with wildlife plantings. The Erpeldings are cooperating with the Kossuth Co. Soil Conservation District and the SCS while cost-sharing under the ACP program is being granted. ST. JOE - Marilyn Thilges was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph hall, with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Mrs. James Ricke, Joan Menke and Judy Menke assisted with the gifts. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Robert Kirsch and Mrs. Paul Erpelding receiving prizes. Carla Thul received the door prize. Miss Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges, St. Joe, will be the bride of Daniel Menke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Menke of Bancroft, Oct. 14 at 10 a. m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church. - o Mrs. Harold Reding and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine and David, Jefferson, S. D., spent last weekend in Colorado Springs, Colo, with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Giddley and Janet Reding. Mrs. Giddley and Janet Reding are daughters of Mrs. Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brofer, Ft. Dodge, were callers here Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Mr. Breakthrough in color photography! BIGSxlO LIVING COLOR PORTRAIT FIRST TIME EVER OFFERED $198 • Plus 5()c handli This very special offer is presented as an expression of our thanks for your patronage. Compare at $25.001 GENUINE FULL NATURAL COLOR PORTRAITS! Not the old style tinted or painted black & white photos. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or your money refunded. FOR ALL AGES! Babies, children, adults. Groups photographed at an additional 99c per subject. LIMITED OFFER! One per subject, two per family. TWO DAYS ONLY 4.B a a a s a move clock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete Program begins: 7:009:00 p. m. "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" - 7:15 - 9:25 p. m. SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY- Band Day - Complete Program begins: 12:00 - 2:00 p. m. "Help" - 12:15 - 2:15 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete Program begins: 1:00 - 3:45 - 6:25 9:10 p. m. "El Dorado" 1:35 - 4:15 - 7:00 - 9:25 p.m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Program begins: 6:459:15 p. m. "El Dorado" - 7:009:25 p. m. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul observed their 58th wedding anniversary Friday evening with a smorgasbord dinner at Bode with their family in attendance. Bob Bormann and son David were in Iowa City Monday where David had a medical check on a foot He had undergone surgery during the summer and has been wearing a cast. Bobbie Plathe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe, observed his llth birthday Saturday, Sept. 30, with a birthday party. The afternoon was spent playing games followed by lunch and birthday cake. Attending the party were Dennis and Kevin Bormann, Michael and Mark Bormann, Paul Thilges, Alvin Berte, Keith Streit, Ricky Reding, Paul Gales, Craig Mawdsley and Rick Calhoun. Richard Joseph Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thilges, born Sept. 25, was baptized in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Sponsors were James Thilges and Rosemary Schuler. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DBS MOINES. Col. Glenn K. Bowles, state- director of Selective Service, submits the following comments regarding college ami vocatiun.il school deferments for men \vhu are registrants of local boards in Inwa : Tlit 1 provisions of the Militan Selective Service Act of 1907, effective June 30, and amendments to Selective Service Regulations, establish the new criteria for student classification. An undergraduate student who desires a deferment to complete his baccalaureate decree must make request on an SSS Form 10-1, Request for Student Deferment, or by a signed, written request on or after July 1, 1967. Upon receipt of this signed request for deferment and a certification submitted by his college that lie is satisfactorily pursuing a full- time course of instruction and is making normal progress towards a baccalaureate degree, the local board shall consider him for a student deferment until he graduates or reaches age 24, whichever occurs first. The request for deferment as an undergraduate needs to be made only once. When a student deferment is granted under the "New Law" the registrant shall not thereafter be eligible for a deferment because of fatherhood. Registrants who remain eligible for a fatherhood deferment must have furnished to their local boards evidence of fatherhood prior to the date an Order to Report for Induction is mailed. The evidence may be either verification of maintaining a bona fide family relationship with their child in their home or a certificate of a licensed physician verifying the wife's pregnancy. A student who is taking the first two years of his undergraduate degree program at a Junior college will be considered for a student deferment under the same requirement as a student enrolled in a four year college, provided lie advises his local board of his objective to receive a baccalaureate degree. A student who loses academic credit because of transferring from another school or changing majors is expected to make up these deficiencies and complete his degree in the normal time. A graduate student who desires a deferment to complete a post-baccalaureate degree may be extended a deferment if lie is piiterinp his second or subsequent year of graduate work and his college certifies that he is satisfactorily pursuing ;i full-time course of instruction leading to his degree. A local board may defer such student, pursuing a course of study leading to a master's degree or the equivalent, but he shall not be deferred for more than one additional year to complete his master's degree, or for more than a total of five years for a course of study leading to a doctoral or professional degree. Graduate students are not required by law to request a student deferment, but if the student's age group is reached for induction and he has not submitted a written request for deferment nor has his college forwarded a student certificate, he would be eligible for induction. In Iowa, we ask that all students submit their request for deferment by Oct. 1. Students pursuing a non-degree course of instruction in a post- high school vocational oriented training program, in a Junior or Community college, a trade or business school, or an area school, may be placed in a deferred classification to complete the program they initially entered, if they request a deferment in writing and are also certified as a full-time student by the appropriate institution of learning. It is the responsibility of the registrant to notify his local board in writing within 10 days of any change in address, physical condition, occupational status (including student) marital, family, dependency or military status, and of any other fact which might result in a change of classification. Every registrant is encouraged to visit the local board which has the responsibility for his classification for any information or counseling about his Selective Service status. Jim Bergum, Bancroft, Is Yeoman JIM BERGUM SENECA- Jim Bergum. who is in the Navy stationed at Newport, Rhode Island, was promoted to Yeoman third class Sept. 16. He is aboard the USS Yosemite, flagship of the Atlantic Fleet which is homeported in Newport. As a yeoman, he is working in the office of the commanding officer, Capt. F. B. Shrake. Yeoman Bergum and his wife, the former Joleen Mueller, are making their home at Newport. Mrs. Bergum has been working at the US Naval Hospital Chapel at Newport doing secretarial work. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum, rural Bancroft. Four Students From Area In NMS Program Four students from this area are among 255 lowans who have qualified as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. Russell D. Menke, St. John of Bancroft; Marlin B. Berkland, Sentral of Fenton; H. Frank Anderson, Ringsted High School; and Donald Montgomery of Swea City High are still in contention for valuable college scholarships in the nationwide program. - 65th The 65th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson of Albert City was observed there with a reception on September 24th. The Bensons were married in 1902. THURS. - FRI. - SAT. 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