The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 16
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Jlotne* ESTABLISHED Ifl AC -.»•..„•, EIS 1003 Entered as second class matter at the postofflce at Algona. Iowa (50511). Nov. 1. 1932, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Thursday, Dee. 7, 1967 National Guard Change Has Effect Here Gov. Hughes announced Tuesday that the Iowa Army National Guard will reorganize effective Jan, 1, 1968, In addition, the Governor released the names of senior commanders of the Iowa Army National Guard upon this reorganization. These announcements followed a meeting of all senior commanders and selected staff officers of the Iowa ARNG with Maj. Gen. Junior F. Miller, Adjutant General of Iowa; and Maj. Gen. Frank P. Williams, Commanding General of the 34th Division, which was held at Camp' Dodge, Nov. 19. During this meeting, Gen. Miller advised the commanders that differences with national officials had been resolved and that the new troop allotment had been accepted. The new troop list includes 62 company - sized units or detachments with an authorized strength of 8053 personnel. This is a loss of 9 company - sized units and a reduction in strength of 200 spaces. The losses include: 34th Command Headquarters Hq, 34th Artillery Group, Hq, 234th Transportation Group, two armored battalions, two infantry battalions and one artillery battalion. To offset some of these losses, the following units were added to the Iowa structure: an infantry brigade (a part of the 27th Infantry Division - Minnesota), an Emergency Operations Headquarters and a Military Police battalion. All units of the Iowa Army National Guard will be manned at 93% full strength. Gov. Hughes'announcement included the assignment of LTC Keith W. Campbell of Sheldon to units including Algona. Notes Of Servicemei ACTION THE BIG championship volleyball game was held between last Monday night's basketball games and the freshmen lost to those mighty seniors I Too bad, freshmen- maybe next year. - o - AS WE all know, the prices at the Algona Theatre are a little on the high side for us students. Mr. Reab, the fine manager of the "show house", maybe could give the students a special rate if the student council decided to talk to him. Oh, that Mr. Reab is a real fine fellow 1 - o - TEACHER: "Alfred this homework looks like your father's handwriting 1" ALFRED: "Sure, I used his fountain pen I" GRAFENWOHR, GERMANY- Army Private First Class Ronald G. Krause, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krause, Fenton, is participating in two months of support activity during the 4th Armored Division's training at Grafenwohr, Germany. Krause is a supply specialist in Company A of the division's 504th Supply and Transport Battalion near Furth. - o - U. S. AIR FORCES, Thailand Airman Keith A. Seely, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bert F. Seely of Whittemore, is on duty at U-Tapao Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. Airman Seely, a personnel specialist, is a member of the Pacific Air Forces. Before his arrival in Thailand, he was assigned to McClellan AFB, Calif. The airman, a 1964 graduate of Algona High School, has studied at Mason City Junior College. His wife, Kendra, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely of Algona. JEROME MCCARTHY Jerome McCarthy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. McCarthy, R. R. #1, Algona, has enlisted in the regular Army. After basic training, Jerry will take special training as a communications center specialist. He is a 1966 graduate of Garrigan High School. - o DONG HA, VIETNAM - Army Private First Class Martin T. Becker, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Becker, Route 2, Wesley, was assigned to Battery G of the 65th Artillery's 1st Battalion near Dong Ha, Vietnam, Oct. 30. His wife, Mary, lives at 1015 E. State, Algona, Iowa. In Choir Ann Wright of Algona, junior at the University of Iowa, will be among 73 members of the U of I choir when it presents its first concert of the 1967-68 academic year Dec. 1 on the Iowa campus. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger MR. NETTLETON deer-hunting last weekend - o WARDEN ALLEN sent out a new rule to the prisoners last week on having skirts no shorter than 1 to 1 1/2 inches above the knee cap or else they are to be dismissed from school. This rule is for the girls, you guys, sodon't sweat it 1 - o ACCORDING TO various scouts, there was to be a "sit- down strike" last Tuesday because of a too short lunch period. Students never did get around to sittin' down, however. Maybe it's a "rain check." - o LAST WEDNESDAY many students were aching a bit because of the nice slippery sidewalks. A spectacular show was put on by a few of them as they slid a few yards. Embarrassment was shown on the faces of many . . . bijt not Mrs. Kalar because she never gets embarrassed! - o AN UNUSUAL thing happened last week to Miss Henderson, our librarian. A ftook has disappeared called the "Invisible Man". Well, if ariyone has seen this book, please let Miss Henderson know I - o - - o A COLORFUL day in A.H.S. Jast Friday for most of the student body, as well as the faculty. Athletes wore red blazers, Pep band boys wore black blazers, Cadettes and the female members of the Pep band wore bright orange blazers, and Dave Dettman wore some nice cut-off blue jeans 1 - o WHAT'S THIS ? Most of the Pep Club members and students who signed up for bus rides to athletic events couldn't even go because of such a poor turn-out to go on the bus Saturday to the Eagle Grove Invitational ] Let's get going, you guys I IN ALGONA WALK IN BEAUTY WITH Kgj/ser* SLIP INTO LUXURIOUS SATILENE* Let lacy sunflowers brighten your under- worldl Luxurious Satilene 8 slip is detailed with an abundance of lace around the hem and creates a flowery bodice. Sizes: 32-42 Average 32-38 Short 16.00 This is a "Must" style for your petticoat wardrobe! Giant sunflowers of lace encircle hemline of this truly beautiful Satilene* slip by Kayser.* Sizes: S^M-L Average S-M-L Short $4.00 # •X •X•X- •X- •X•X- •X# •X •X- •X•K •X•K •X* •X•X- #• •X#• •X•X- •X•X- # •X•X •X•X * •X•X- * •X- •X* •X* *• * •X* •X•X- •X* •X•X- •X* •X- •X •X•X- * •x- •X- •X•X- •X •fc •X * •X•X- •X ^f •X- * * ALGONA INVITES YOU . . . featuring a galaxy of exciting values for the holidays! Bring your gift list — you'll find everything you need for a merry Christmas right here in your home town, plus prompt, friendly service! ALGONA STORES OPEN EVENINGS IN DECEMBER ... CHECK CIRCLES 1967 DECEMBER 1967 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MERCHANTS LISTED BELOW WHO REMIND YOU IT IS "FUhl TO CHRISTMAS SHOP" IN ALGONA , .. WHERE YOU WILL FIND EVERY TYPE GIFT IMAGINEABLE. Drngg-Jewelry Harrison's Variety SAL Dept. Store Bjtutrom Furniture Co. Graham's The Chrlichlllei Store Modem Dry Cleaners Home Federal Sayings ft Loan Au'n Wlltgen Jewelers Joe Bradley Equipment Taylor Motor Co. No. Iowa Appliance Center Algona Plu«Tir{{tg~& fleatlng Dan Oarage tt Body Shop Read's Furniture Huttell Office & School Supply Swanson's Food Store Smoke Shop Keleher & McAdams Universal Mfg. Co. Sheakleys Iowa State Bank Ora'g Algona Produce Co. Lenthold-Wllllams (The Hub Clothier•) Frederick Hardware Algona Flour tt Feed Sherwln-Wllllanu Palnti Schultz Broi. Garage It Oil Station Jack's O.K. Tire Service Thermogas Co. of Algona Honsbrnch Drag Funk Plumbing & Heating Hood's Super Vain Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Shoe Store Bomgaars Ben Franklin The Security State Bank Sharp'i Jewelry Algona Theatre Co. Lndwlg's Cafe Algona Implement Co. Ernie Williams — John Deere Upper Dee Molneg PublUhlng Co. Ironi Heating A Plnmbte| / Cowan Corporation Poit Tranifer A Storage North Central Public Service Co. United Building Center North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Shllt« Brownbllt Shoe Store Lalng Plumbing tt Heating Consolidated Co Op Creameries Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Saiter's Davis Paint Behr Standard Service Coftst-to-Coast Store Foiter Furniture Co. Viking Oil Co. Butcher Bros. Implement Konutb Motor Co. p fr (• Algona Greenhouses If J. C. Penney Co. • • >^ BII ) l j l j B i MMIIIBHHBIBIIBM ^_ MBM ^ •X•X- * •X•X- •X•* * * * * •* •X- * •X•X- •X•* •* •* •* •* •X•* •X•X- •X•X- •X•X- •X•X- * •X* •X•X- •X•X- * •X•X- •X- * •X•X- •X•X- •X•X- •X•X- •X•* •X•X- •X- •X•X- •X* •X- * * •X- * •X- •X* •* •X#• •* •X* # * * •X- i|||-^^ AMPLE

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