The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 17
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. 8-Algona (la.) Upper bet Molnes Thursday, July 14, 1966 Legion Post At Whiftemore Picks Officers WHTTTEMORE - At the regular meeting held Tuesday night, July 5, at the Legion Hall, the members of Seely-Walsh Post held their election. Elected new officers for the coming year were: Glenn Kollasch, new Commander; First Vice Commander, Delbert Dogotch; 2nd Vice Commander, Richard Arend; Adjutant, Robert Braatz; Finance Officer, Donald Anderson, Service Officer, Robert Gengler; Historian, Lester Fuchsen; Chaplain, Kenneth Farrell; Sgt. at Arms, Ray Betts; Executive Committee, Bill Degan, Clete Mueller, Jerry Bormann and Elmer Steier. - o - Art Heidenwith has been a patient of the Kersten Clinic In Fort Dodge, for the past three months, entering the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, on June 29. Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach, celebrated her 83rd birthday last Sunday July 3, at the Arthur Kohlhaas home at West Bend. Guests were, Mrs. Loebach, Agnes and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Loebach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loebach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kollasch and Donald of Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. James Derner and family of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Lorry Stoecker and family of Pochontas, Linda Eischen, Beverly and Phyllis and Beverly Lichter of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and family of Burt, Mrs. C. E. Drennan called from Haskell, Maryland, Saturday night and congratulated her mother on her birthday. Bancroft Man Weds In Air Force Nuptials BANCROFT -'Miss Mary Louise Graviss, daughter of Col. and Mrs. G. R. Graviss, became the bride of Lt. David Welp, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Welp, Bancroft, Thursday evening, June 9 in St. Peter, Prince of Apostles Catholic church. Breda! attendants were Misses Ton! Lowell, Hampton, Va., maid of honor; Virginia Graviss and Rita Graviss, bridesmaids, and Helen Graviss, junior bridesmaid. Dick Meek was best man. Arthur C. Welp, Jr. and Mark Welp were groomsmen, and ushers were Sam P. Barren and Larry P. Graviss. A garden reception was held at Ft. Sam Houston Officers Club. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will live at Holloman AFB, N. M. Attending the wedding from Bancroft were Mr. Welp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Welp, brothers, Arthur and Mark and sisters Marjorie Ann and Debbie. Revised Rates, Long Distance, Begin July 9 Reduced rates for many long distance calls within Iowa become effective Saturday, July 9, according to John Claude, Northwestern Bell manager here. The savings range from 5f to 20? on a 3-minute call, depending upon type of call, distance and time of day. This is the third intrastate long distance reduction since mid-1964 and is by far the largest. The savings to Iowa phone users from the three total more than .$3,500,000 annually. All calls over 47 miles are affected. The biggest savings per call in most cases are on those after 8 p.m. and on Sundays with reductions up to 40 per cent. At the same time long distance charges have been dropped entirely on calls to neighboring towns, in a number of cases, he pointed out. Mr. Claude said that as a part of the change the present collect charge of 15? on some station- to-station collect calls within Iowa will be extended to all such collect calls. He said collect calls involve additional operator work, circuit time and accounting, The reductions result from discussions between the Iowa State Commerce Commission and the Company and reflect economies from increased use of new equipment and new tech- nio^ies which are helping to lower the cost of handling intercity calls over longer distance. Bancroft Plant Supt, Resigns BANCROFT - Verne Austin, superintendent of the Bancroft Municipal Light Plant since 1942 has resigned, but will remain active in an advisory capacity. He began his duties here on December 1, 1939 as an assis- tant to Joseph White and was appointed superintendent of the plani in Feb. 1942. Mr. Austin is a graduate of Iowa State University of Ames in electrical engineering and supervision of the installation of the new street lighting program. Watery CHy Bangkok, capital of Thailand, has many streets which are actually wandering waterways called "klongs." City engineers are gradually filling them in to improve housing and health conditions for the "water people," but a network of the picturesque canals will be preserved as a tourist attraction. New! Only from Hamm'sl Real Draft Beer in new all-aluminum cans The first perfect take-home package for draft beer Hamm's real draft beer, brewery fresh from the tap, is beer at its best. Beer drinkers know how good a glass of Hamm's draft beer tastes. They know the smooth, mellow, non-filling lightness of draft is light and easy on your thirst. Until now, the fine draft beer brewed by Hamms has not been bottled or canned because Hamm's felt they could not insure the high quality and delicate draft beer flavor of Hamm's for you in conventional take-home packages. All-aluminum protects the delicate flavor of draft beer. Brewers have known for years that aluminum is the one metal that actually protects the delicate flavor of draft beer. No other container can do the job as well. That's why Hamm's uses only all-aluminum kegs for their draft beer. Seven years ago, Hamm's and the Reynolds Metals Co. began an extensive research program to develop a take- home package for draft beer. That patience and research has paid off,with this, the most perfect package for draft beer. The new seamless, all-aluminum can. Different from the all-aluminum draft beer keg only in size, shape and tap. You tap the all-aluminum can with a quick snap of the new ring- pull tab. Now, Hamm's real draft beer, in the new all-aluminum can, is the same brewery fresh real draft beer you've always enjoyed before, but only on tap. New can offers both protection and convenience. Other advantages of this new all-aluminum can: It's light-weight, chills fast, can't rust. So friendly to the taste of beer. It gives Hamm's real draft beer the protection of aluminum, and the convenience of the new ring-pull tab. Take a six-pack of Hamm's new all-aluminum cans home today, and tap a can of Hamm's real draft beer... refreshing as the Land of Sky Blue Waters. From the Land of Sky Blue Waters comes the water best for brewing © 1966 Theo. Hamm Brewing Co., plants in St. Paul, Minn., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston POTTER DISTRIBUTING CO Office ~ 1702 E. Spruce, Algona Phone 295-3202

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