The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1967
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Ho.) Upptf D«i tfcwrwiery, 0«. 28. 1967 . y.-. .-,-. s*«r"'' fr'.T. C'"r:.s"— i-5 t_U ?>~~T ':'"--' 5 ••••- --s ;.i:*.v.s, Mr asd M? .-.:^Ii K.= S A! J-Trr^ -s ~t. Mrs. DOUGLAS i-v; ^ir> Ei«:: f &-JTJ tf V.T. irti Mrs. Er'rett 3&rr, M?.. .OT; MP. M? *: i.~i Mrs is a st*i*r.{ H LS V. i^ Oar/ riis CK^rriilfr Ju^r CU- i.-/i :,>: -^ r.'-.r.i, V.:-.. :'•' M --£* r -? S^r.'.r : , M : >.-,-. ?/ 5*-; U:s.v:., Wr. *.->'. «:-.?.-. *M K'/ir*r.s, r~~i~- Mr i ers. Mr. i/x: Mrs. *:ti Cr.ristaas vi*£i,-/J ii SciJt C.t/ f-'- y-c ?**•'* --i-s-ts v* i .». Jr 1 * A • i-^A * * 3 j, S-. T ^.«jj JF..J . u .-.. >'. .. y.:i. :;•-•;. •-/. V.: •. •: -ii/^r, Mr *.v;M: r%r, rt'.r.-i.-.- Mr. -_• :::-•%:;, :^s M-...-.•=• .-". Mrs. :-:*:-. r>^^ Tr.ursriiy iroc, '_•.* Vat%rv^ Hvs- plui -stArer.*^ :.-...v.r r,:^.-.*Si C*ii«rJeI-i, Mr. a.-/. Mrs. Ules. Dec. 24 Wtf. Mrs. 5*; sell's pir- eats, Mr. azrf Mrs. Li-.r%.v'^ b% it 'x.i.isei-: v;'j, M:. ;*.5*:;'i W.rte, Mr i,v-J Mrs. IX-.*;. -r-. i.r;. .-,ir.. 'it:: L/J i.'.': -,;•• r f-::? .: :-.'.:.• •:•_- -.-.: r.*rUr.^:. t Mr. azri ir,: Mr. ir:^ Mrs. ;OH:« N.^rtY, .;i'./..s-.-., M..-.-.., i.V. Mr. i.-j". .Vrs.I-^r-.-rr. ^.v:-., .. - - J ± .-~s- Mr. i.-,-l!.".-A.:;.a-Si.x-^-a: '.:..I::r.-., C:.r.-'.fr*. £• r v*-.i.- i. ;.-.•-; Mr. k^: Mr;.. ';J a.-/-! Mrs. Merle oiiyeu, Eiu •"' Claire, 'A'is'.., Mr. a.viMrs. Jack V^or/i, r> 5 i; 0 ;-6 S; ^vi Mr . ^^ ••' Mrs. C-.i/v.r. Eilye-;, Os^c-. J '- Mro. HAf.OLD SMITH OF ALGONA, IOWA YEAR-END FURNITURE CLEARANCE ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT! ENDS SATURDAY DECEMBER 30th FROM REGULAR STOCK (EVEN MORE ON SOME ITEMS) 1. All specially priced items must go. 2. We must reduce our stock before inventory. 3. All sales final — no refunds or exchanges. SAVE on REGULAR QUALITY STOCK For Biggest Bargains Gift Mouse STAMPS WITH CASH PURCHASES YOUR CHANCE FOR BIG SAVINGS • SAVE ON FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES (SHOP ALL THREE FLOORS) VISIT THE DOWNSTAIRS GIFT HOUSE REDEMPTION CENTER Notes Of Serviceme COCKRA.VE (DDG-21) >?^..~an Pa ; ii z.. Sixiiu., L-SN, ... .» y. -^-j ^5-5 "A S.',TjC £ S~i-* ~A 'Vest Beri'j, pirtici- pitfi L" "Eiue L>t5js", the lirg- esl V. 3. First Fleet eisrcis* L". tr.ree years, atoari the guided rzissile destroyer USSCochraae. T:. 1 ; exercise vas held oil the cvast :.' s-'-'JliemCaiilonuafrorn :•';-.-. 2« to Dec. 9. It ki7olre<3 24,'.CO men in 4o ships', and six air units. Tr.e strike force phase ol the exercise inToIve-l mazteinrers to train participating .ships in the t>pe oi ^.val varlare lor •tich they vere desifae<i. The am- phitiioos ptas« ol the exercise ISTolved an actual amphibious assault at Camp Pendleton, CaliL by an embarked Marias Expeditionary Brigade. - o DENVER - Airman Lyle A. Thompson, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson, Swea City, has been graduated Irom a U. S. Air Fores technical school at Lovrj AFB, Colo. He -'as trained as a supply inventory specialist and has been assigned to a unit oi the Strategic Air Command at Olfutt AFB, .Vebr. The airman, a graduate ol S-*-ea City Community High School, attended Mankato, Minn, Commercial College. - o - FT. RUCKER, ALA.-.Vicholas R. Alexander, 20, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Lyle R. Alexander, Rt. 2, Wesley, received the silver wings ol an Army aviator and was appointed a warrant officer Dec.19 upon graduation Irom the Army Aviation School, t. Rucker, Ala. During the 16-week course, he -was taught various lire techniques and tactical maneuvers lor helicopters supporting ground troops in combat. He also received instruction in helicopter maintenance and survival techniques. - o - FT. McCLELLAN, ALA. Army Private Ronald R. Mertz, 20, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Mertz, Route 2, Algona, completed nine weeks ol advance infantry training Dec. loatFt.Mc- Clellan, Ala. The course, which simulates Vietnam conditions, includes training in such subjects as land navigation, communications, patrolling, guerrilla and survival techniques plus qualification with infantry weapons. - o - USS CONSTELLATION-Com- missaryman Second Class Paul D. Miller, USN, son oi Mrs.Gla- dine Miller ol Wesley, has returned to the United States as a crewmember aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Constellation after a seven-month deployment with the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacilic. The Constellation spent much ol her deployment on "Yankee Station" off the coast of North Vietnam in the Gulf of Tonkin, and conducted 106 major air strikes against military targets in the heavily defended areas of North Vietnam. Social Security January 4 and 18 are the dates for the next visits of Social Security representatives at the Kossuth courthouse. They will be there from9:30a.m.tol2:30p.m. OUTSTANDING WOMEN Four Deaison worn en have been chosen to appear in the 1967 edition of the national publication of Outstanding Young Women of America. Named were Lois Mae Beerman Diercks, Sylvia Ween, Sandy Kay Hauschild.Ringsdorf and Joleen Marie Marquardt Sisson. These young women have distinguished themselves in civic and professional activities. YEAR END Inventory Clearance -5 Days Only, Dec. 26-30- Sayings on ADMIRAL and CURTIS MATHES TV and STEREO - Color and B & W Electronic Specialties Diagonal Street ALGONA reat day coming for HOME FEDERAL savers SAVINGS ... serving the needs of the whole community Over $540,000 in earnings to be distributed! The cash reserves of our savers work hard, earn handsomely. They help to buy both the necessities and the good things of life. Make 1968 the year you begin to make wonderful things happen to you by opening a savings account here. A program of regular saving, along with the generous earnings we add, will contribute substantially to your future. Convenient Passbook Savings Thi» ii the best all-around savings plan for * V 'i7tr Jy T th * b ' st w *y to h "« "W"«y ? ii ni* wh !, n yey nttd jt • • • th « b *»» *«v to buHd small sum, into large. Dividtnd* are paid rwic* a y«ar. Put any amount Into your account . . , any time. HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 —ALGONA, IOWA ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS ANP 6-MONTH INViSTMINT CERTIFICATi? savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by F ederal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporstlvti

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