The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 3
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Ray McWhorter At WW1 Overseas Flyer Reunion Ray McWhorter, 76, well-known Burt area farmer, and nis wife attended the second Wprld War I Overseas Flyers Reunion at Dayton, Ohio, June 3-5, and had a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter, who also attended the first reunion In 1961, flew both ways, with Ray at the controls, In a Cessna, leaving here June 2 due to possible bad weather. The trip, however, was smooth both ways. He is shown in the above photo standing beside his airplane. About 300 WW I Overseas Flyers were in attendance at the reunion - and events during the three days Included dinners and tours, including lengthy visits at Wright-Patterson AFB and the Air Force Museum there. The museum houses many of the planes made famous during World War I, before and since, so the old flyers got a big kick out of recalling memories of overseas action. Mr, McWhorter was featured in a page one story in the Cincinnati Enquirer while they were at Dayton - but perhaps his biggest kick came from meeting and talking with men whom he had not seen for many years. Of course, another big thrill was seeing Eddie Rickenbacker, this country's leading Ace in WW I, who was featured speaker at one of the dinners. Ray's birthday was June 4 - and the flyers assembled were tipped off to the fact, so sang Happy Birthday to him at one of the dinners. Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter also plan to fly to the Flying Farmer Convention at Louisville, Ky. July 28-29. He Is a charter member of that organization. MRS. MAIDA Cassel is being visited this week by her son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bruno and children, Bloomington, HI. They will also visit the Leo Cassels. MRS. BEULAH Richardson, Gertie Oetkins and two other nurse friends of Oklahoma are on a three week vacation in California. MR. AND MRS. Julius Peterson were visited Thursday by their daughter, Mrs. Harold Anderson of Royal, who was accompanied by her son, Allen, who is in the Navy Air Force. THIRTEEN Associated Master Barbers from this area and their wives enjoyed a dinner Thursday evening. A/3C K. T. Specht, who is stationed at Keesler AFB, Miss., has been spending a 10-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Specht. K. T., a graduate of Algona high school, has been in the Air Force since Nov. 22, 1965. JAMES, son of Mayor and Mrs. William Finn will begin his seminary training in theDubuque Seminary In September. He is a member of the Presbyterian church. MR. AND MRS. Robert Bomgaars are parents of a son born June 2. His paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bomgaars. HAROLD Colwell returned home last week after being a patient at University hospital, Iowa City, for \a 'month under treatment. PETE Haag was visited one day last week by his sister, Mrs. Clara Glasgow, Fergus Falls, Minn. She was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth. MR. AND MRS. Keith Colwell of Iowa City are parents of a daughter born June 1. She has been named Carrie Michele and has a brother Kent, 3. FLOYD HUTZELL is attending a six week session of summer school at Iowa State University. He will again teach at Sentral school in the fall. MR. AND MRS. Pete Jensen of Waterloo are parents of their first child, a son weighing 91bs., 8 oz., born June 9. He has been named Anthony Edward. Mrs. Jensen is the former Merry Carol McGinnls, sister of Dick McGinnis. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Olson had Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Carlson, Darwin and Jolene, Mason City, as dinner guests June 5. The Carlsons are former Al- gonans but are leaving Mason City for Brookings. S. D. ( where Mr. Carlson will attend summer school and in the fall will teach at Watertown, S. D. ED HAGG was on the sick list and closed his Algona Machine Shop for several days, Soon after going back to work, a tool slipped, hit his left thumb and broke it, so he will not be able to work for awhile. • MARY LOUISE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, is attending summer school at Drake University, Des Moines. A FORTIETH anniversary of Iowa City law graduates was held fli- .J'.\r ci: !96o COUDO .10 ViM'-- Biionrou"!): <9M De V.ll. Ccr», IK,. QfOiriQf • New or previously owned, a Cadillac represents the finest motor car investment you can make. Wherever you travel, you do so in complete confidence that you are enjoying the ultimate in motoring pride and pleasure. You'll discover it's great—going Cadillac! Cadillac's remarkable record of owner loyally is prool in itself that there is no other motoring experience as satisfying as that of driving a Cadillac. Whether it is a new 1966 model, or one that has seen previous service, the caris so smooth and so elegantly quiet, its conveniences so luxurious, and its safety features so reassuring, that Cadillac owners motor with a unique sense ol confidence and relaxation. When you add all this pleasure and dis- tinction of Cadillac ownership to its solid reputation for quality and long life, it's easy to see why Cadillac continues to be the finest automobile investment in the land. Your authorized Cadillac dealer has a fine selection ot new Cadillacs and meticulously cared for used Cadillacs, whichever best suits your budget and your family. 1 le will do everything possible to assure your complete motoring satisfaction .. . and is wailing lo serve you now. IT'S ORE AT,.. GOING ' Cadillac Motor Car Division S(;i/K/;irc/o/'l/K'\\o/7c/ SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER FOR THE FINEST IN SALES AND SERVICE OF NEW AND USED CARS. over the weekend. Attending from here were attornys, H. W. Miller, Judge G. W. Stillman, G. D. Shumway and H. F. Frlstedt. Linda Lickteig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lickteig of Algona left by plane from Mason City Monday for Chicago and will be employed as a governess at Oak Brook, 111. She was employed at the same place last summer. Linda will return in the fall to attend college. MR. AND MRS. Al J. Eischeid drove to Carroll Tuesday to attend the wedding of their niece. Therese Eischeid toDaleSchJlte.' On their return trip home, they visited with the Tom Arndor- fers at Mallard. MRS. MAMIE DACKEN was here from Winona, Minn., where she is now making her home. She visited many friends, among them Mrs. Beulah Richardson, with Whom she had an apartment while living here, and Evelyn Cady at the Good Samaritan Home. She was housekeeper- companion for Miss Cady several months before leaving for Chicago to make a home for a grandson whose parents were missionaries in South America. She is living in Winona to be near a son who is a minister there. The other son, also a minister, has returned to a foreign field. MR. AND MRS. Richard Norton are being visited by their daughter Siri and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartsfleld, Ft. Defiance, Ariz. They will be here several days. DR. LLOYD ROTH, Chicago, was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth moved June 8 to their new location at Vale, Iowa. MRS. HOLGER Peterson spent Monday at Ft. Dodge. If It'i News/We Want Itt Thurtday, June 16, 1966 Algeria (la.) UpfMt DM Molrt*«-$ Kossuth Cancer Group Elects New Officers A surprise luncheon as a farewell to Frances Anderson, Estherville, field representative of the 6th district of the American Cancer Society, was held May 26 at the Johnson -House. A charm for her bracelet was presented to her. Miss Anderson has accepted a position as patrol officer at the state home for girls. At 1:30 p. m. on the same date, the quarterly meeting of the South Kossuth Chapter of the American Cancer Society was held in the Algonquin Room of the Colonial Motel, with Mrs. Theodore Hoover, Jr., Titonka, presiding. Mrs. Clifford Anfinson of Wesley, a member of the nominating committee, presented the names of Mrs. Hoover for chairman , June Sparks, vied chairman, Mary I. Budlong, secretary, and Mrs. A, B. Schendc, treasurer. They were elected unanimously. The next meeting is planned for Sept. 20 at the Colonial Motel at 1:30 p.m. U-Go-l-Go U-Gc-l-Go- 4-H club held a monthly meeting at Debbie and Sherry Bulten's. Roll Call was a bad habit I have overcome. County demonstrations and summer camps were discussed. . Committees were assigned for Achievement Show July 25. Music was led by Becky Tielebeln & Debbie Missal. The demonstration was by Linda Hauser. Mrs. George Allen interviewed each of us on "Good Grooming." Guests were Mrs. Culbertson, Mrs. Diamond, Marlys Lupkes, and Sharon Wlnkel. Lunch was served. Take a tip from area businessmen: Sheakleys Algona, Iowa WOMENS t CH1LORENS APPA2EI Now you can give your whole house the same dependable gas air conditioning that cools modern schools, hospitals, office buildings, apartments, etc. Gas air conditioning has an unmatched record of performance in business and industrial installations. And these are the reasons. A gas cooling unit has no moving parts which means it cools quietly and dependably, with no loss of efficiency over the years, with virtually no maintenance. And gas cools economically. Aren't these the same things you re looking for in a central air conditioning system for your home? Find out how simple it can be to cool your wnoie house with gas air conditioning. See your gas company for the names of dealers who sell gas air conditioning equipment. Gas makes the big difference. (Costs less, too.) NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. SCHULTZ BROS. S. Phillips 295*3591 CQMPieri IF AND NATURAL OA5 StRVICI <e IAIT ITATI ALOONA

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