The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Notes Of Servicemei Algona, (id.) Upp*r 0«* Molnw Tu*day, April 26, 1*66 Kraft, Mrs. Harvey Godden and baby, Maybelle Renta, Algona. April 17 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rowlet, Lakota, girl, 6 Ibs., 9 1/2 oz.; admitted t John Zeller, Harvey Steven, Mrs. Luella Esser, Algona, medical; dismissed t Mrs. BessLaBarre, Algona. Wool Payments In County Will Total $23,104 Incentive payments to Kossuth County growers under the 1965 FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO. Army Platoon Sergeant Robert J. Batt, 35, son of Mr. and Mrs.. William F. Batt, Burt, was graduated from the Drill Sergeant School here, April 16. He attended the school with other noncommissioned officers selected for positions as instructors in basic combat training units. Sergeant Batt is now authorized to wear the Army campaign hat - the distinctive mark of the drill sergeant. A 1950 graduate of Burt high school, he attended Upper Iowa University In Fayette before entering the Army in October 1956. U. S. ARMY, GER. - PFC Raymond C. Spry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Spry, Burt, is taking part in a Seventh U. S. Army signal field exercise in Germany, April 18-26. Spry's unit, Company C, 440th Signal Battalion, is participating along with other signal units of the Seventh Army. The exercise is designed to enhance communications through use under actual field conditions. The 19-year old soldier is. assigned as a lineman in the company near Kaiserlautern. Spry entered the Army In June 1964. He completed basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., was last stationed at Ft. Gordon, Ga., and arrived overseas in March 1965. He is a 1964 graduate of Burt community high school. national wool program now are well under way, according to Richard I. Anderson, Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee. As of April 15, 1966, such payments in the county on shorn wool and unshorn lambs - amounted to $23,104.49. The payments on wool represent the percentage necessary to bring the producer's sales returns up to an announced support level. Lamb payments are made under the program to encourage the normal marketing of lambs with the wool on and to prevent unusual shearing of lambs. Hit's News We Want It! Ex-Algonan Is Wed March 26 At Denver St. Dominic's Roman Catholic church In Denver was the setting for the March 26 wedding of Diana Kay Schleman of Denver to Joseph Gregory Mlshakof Grand Junction, Colo. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Herman 0. Schieman of Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Lando Mlshak of Algona. Rev. John B. Schneider officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of silk peau de sole with empire lace bodice and detachable train edged in lace. Honor' attendants were Mrs. Donald Schieman and Wayne Mlshak, the bridegroom's brother. Ushers were Don Schieman, the bride's twin brother, andLen Mishak, brother of the bridegroom. After a wedding trip to Vail, Colo., the newlyweds are at home in Grand Junction. Ten centuries from now, says a scientist, man will not have teeth. It is doubtful though if he will gum up things more than he is doing now. I HOSPITAL I NEWS April 11 - Admitted: Eva Willey, Nancy Ward, Algona, medical; Alfred Weber, Bancroft, medical; dismissed; Mrs. Melvin Von Bank and baby, Whittemore. April 12 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher, Corwith, girl, 5 Ibs., 7 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Godden, Algona, £oy, 6 Ibs., 111/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Louis Budding, Colleen King, Algona, medical; Joseph Kressin, West Bend, medical. April 13 - Admitted: Mrs. Ethel Haln, William Kraft, Algona, medical; Cindy Bradley, Robert Smith, Algona, accident. April 14 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs, Michael Frankl, Irvington, girl, 7 Ibs., 12 oz.; admitted: John Walker, Algona, surgery; Everett Grosser, West Bend, accident; dismissed: Robert Smith, Algona, Mrs. Nadine Wolfe, West Bend. April 15 - Admitted: Baby Michelle Abbas, Whittemore, medical; Dixie Lee Harms, Burt, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Victor Fisher and baby, Corwith; Colleen King, Algona, Joseph Kressin, West Bend; transferred to University hospitals at'Iowa City; Everett Grosser, West Bend; Mrs. Grace French, Algona. April J6-Admitted; Clintop stetsel, West Bend, medical; Marcia Pudding, Bancroft, medical; Fanny Albright, Algona, medical; dismissed; William Iowa daily newspapers published in towns of under 10,000 are listed below showing the population of the fown,& circulation. Atlantic Boone Carroll C enter ville Charles City Cherokee Estherville Fairfield LE MARS Missouri Valley Mt. Pleasant Nevada Oelwein Perry Shenandoah Spencer Vinton Washington Webster City 6,890 6,403 12,468 6,193 7,682 5,240 6,629 4,841 9,964 4,427 7,724 4,833 7,927 3,914 8,054 5,082 6,767 5,261 3,567 2,200 7,339 3,735 4,227 4,116 8,282 5,731 6,442 3,901 6,567 3,803 8,864 4,558 4,781 4,196 6,037 4,362 8,520 4,450 KOSSUTH COUNTY'S UROEST NEWSFAPiR CIRCULATION ALGONA; 5,702 EVERY TUESDAY EVERY THURSDAY 5,707

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