6-Aloena (l«.) Uppir D«* Moln«t , Jim* M, As seen in Vie/ A/crm Mr. and Mrs. Leroy femes nia and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ter- and son of Sacramento, Callfor- nes and family of Sauk Rapids, Minnesota visited recently with Mrs. Mildred Ternes and other relatives here. HAT*/* * 7>* JttPMUC OF VIETNAM... UNOFFICIAL PUCK •we 101** AS &fcH AMP FOR -me oj owuy MARINE TO /?/6Hf IN NOW! Effective Monday, June 13, we are distributors in this area for FALSTA Potter Distributing Co. . ALGONA, IOWA 295-3202 Aft UiUAL THE "WILE? Boys ARC HOT 7t> se SAW THIS F6UOW AT 7HC QUI fiP&CML PbRCfcS TfetMS WHO ffcAW THEM-. About the artist... THIS HAT 16 FbpUUW? W»fH MBA ... It IS H HA« OFTMfc BAKI.Y Sp6 William J. Dolan, staff artist with the U.S. Army Command Information Unit, Washington, D. C., recently returned from a 40-day duty tour in Viet Nam "for combat artist coverage of Free World Forces." While there, he visited several Special Forces "A" camps and went on missions with the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), 101st Airborne Division, 173 Airborne Brigade, and Republic of Korea forces. He returned with many vivid memories of the Viet Nam war and the people involved. The imaginative modification of headgear worn by soldiers in Viet Nam- inspired Specialist Dolan's pen and ink sketches in this edition of Army News Photo Features. raaSffft:':^ Specialist Dolan 'joined the Marines in 1944, and served two separate tours with them during World War II and the Korean conflict. He worked in various civilian positions from 1956 to 1959, before he joined the Army. OJUY NIC6 THIW6 VbU CAW Aioirr THE. "BRAIN VJtWN YtoUTAKfc IT 1 •s ••'"»"' 75 Members Swea Family At Reunion SWEA - HA'GLE - The Godfredson family held Us 17th annual reunion Sunday at Swea City, with about 75 relatives in attendance. Six of the living brothers and sisters were able to attend. For Nels Godfredson, it was the first time all of his descendants were present. Prizes were awared to Mrs. Meyers for coming the greatest distance, Mrs. David Hankins of Aigona for the youngest child and Nels Godfredson for all of the family being present, ». o- Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and family and Mrs. Con Brekke of Estherville were Sunday visitors at the Howard Brekke borne at Biogham Lake, Minn. Sunday guests at the Ed Frenches home were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ming, Truman, and Mrs. Hazel Baldwin, Ayrshire, Mr. god Mrs, Harold Jones attended the reunion °f her graduating class Saturday evening it tfa* Aigona Hotel. Of the due of 1916, of 41 members 19 were present. The president, Edward Genrich, was here from California, and one faculty nwmber, Mrs. Howard Bear- djley. Aigona, wbo taught home economics. Maxine Clark of Le Mars and Betty Clark, Grundy Center, are at the home of their parents, the Glen Clarks, for the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Bishop and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Bishop attended a dinner in honor of Gloria Swanson, daughter of the Sid Swansons, at the Cities Sunday. Gloria had just graduated from high school. Monday evening supper guests at the Wallace Dawsonhome were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Throson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Schaap and family of Los Angeles. Mrs. Schaap is the former Beverly Thorson. Relatives from the area attended the 25th wedding anniversary observance for Mr. and Mrs. William Buhraan at Emmons, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones were among about 75 relatives who enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Buhman home. Lillian Brones and William Buhmann, Jr., daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jay W, Brones, Swea City, and son of Mr. and Mrs. William Buhmann, Sr., Fairmont,, were married at the Grant Methodist church, June 6 1941. Mrs. Mervin Johnson and chlKren were in HumboidtThurs Oay to bring her sister and sons, Mrs. C, K. Meyers and sons of Virginia Beach, Va, here to spend the summer. Saturday evening, Mr, and Mrs. Truman Johnson and Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson attended the Miss Minnesota pageant at Austin. Mr. and Mrs. David Fitz and sons, Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Oral Headrick and Gerald of Curlew were Sunday dinner guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home. They observed Mrs. Fitz's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt attended the Democratic Convention at Des Moines over the weekend. Tom Hurlburt was home from Minneapolis over the weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Reece attended funeral services for his uncle, Glen Reece. Mr. Reece died after he was fatally injured by a machine where he worked. Mr. Reece, 46, lived at Des Moines, where funeral services were held, with the graveside rites at Ledyard, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Newhall, Webster City, and Mr. and Mrs, Frank Grupe, Iowa Falls, were Sunday dinner guests at the Marlln Paul home. Auxiliary Post Elects, Ledyard LEDYARD -- All of the officers except the treasurer were reelected last weekbyMat- gener - Estle American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs, Melbourne Haag will succeed Mrs. Melvin Busch as treasurer. Others who will be iu office for the year 1966-67 are president, Mrs. Earl Jorgenson; first vice president, Mrs. Carlyle Engelby; second vice president, Mrs. Glen Klocke; secretary, Mrs. Howard KUnksiek, sgt. at arms, Mrs, Alvin Busch; chaplain, Mrs. Lena Warner and historian^ Mrs. Dallas Green. Mrs. Melvin Busch will be the membership chairman for the coming year. Other chairman will be named and announced at the July meeting. The new officers will also be installed at the July meeting. LEDYARD Ronald Richter, a graduate of the Dairy Science Department at South Dakota State University, has accepted.a graduate assls- tantship at the University of Kentucky at Lexington. At the present time Ronald is working out of Volga, South Dakota, on Mastitis Re ase arch, Darlene Richter has accepted a teaching position at Sioux Valley, Minnesota. For six weeks she will be teaching morning classes in beginning typing. She will be returning: to Round lake, Minnesota in the fall to begin her second year there. Deanna Richter arrived home on Wenesday from Mankato State. She will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richter, she has completed her Junior year at Mankato. Lyle Jorgenson arrived home Saturday afternoon after spending the week at Boy's state at Camp Podge. Bruce Meurer of Lakota also spent the week there. His father James Meurer took them down and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson brought them back. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaumberg of Rake have adopted a baby boy. He is three weeks old and has been named James Alan. Mrs. J. J. McDonald spent two weeks in Omaha visiting her daughter and family the Paul Drakes and also with Francis McDonald and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Blome and family and Mrs. J. C. Blome took- Eugene Blome to the Cities on Saturday. He left from there on Sunday morning to return to" his home in San Diego after spending the week here. Mrs. Marie Halvorson attended the Commencement exercises at the State College of Iowa. Her daughter, Mrs. Paul Wilson of Waterloo received her Masters degree. Banns of the approaching marriage of John E. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Miller and Una Kathleen Whittaker of Melrose, Mass, were announced for the first time Sunday morning, CORD SETS REP5LACFD FdOMPT SERVICE It l» rWHx WHY TAKE CHANCES? Bring your Appliance In TODAY! 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