Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuwdoy, July 26, 1966 - _^_^^ MM t»^g; motioa-picture and still photography. A yearly average of 6,800 enlisted men are admitted. Richard Thul Enrolled, Army Signal School PVT. RICHARD THUL FORT MONMOUTH, N. J. The U. S. Army Signal School, here has announced the enrollment of Private Richard Thul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul of Bode, Iowa, for 19 weeks' intensive training as an electronic technician. He is a 1963 graduate of Garrigan high school. Admission to the Signal School is limited to men of outstanding promise. Classed as a technical institute the school gives training in the technologies of 215 major types of electronic equipment, from radio and television sets to "electronic brains; " also teaches meteorology and both Algona Lady's Mother Dies In Wisconsin Mrs. A. B. McCall, 89, Kenosha, Wise., mother of Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Algona, died Monday evening there. She succumbed at a nursing home following a series of strokes. Besides Mrs. Shierk, survivors include another daughter, Mrs. Esther Virgil, Mt. Prospect, m.; a son, Clifford E. Randall, Antioch, Ul.; 12 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. A son, Earl, preceded her death in February, 1966. Mrs. Shierk left for Kenosha Monday to attend services, which were pending. Swea Fair On Wed., July 27 On Wednesday, July 27, in conjunction with the Swea City Fair, there will be a county wide judging contest open to teams or individuals from all the 4-H clubs and FFA chapters in KossuthCounty, according to Dennis Cumberland, county extension assistant. A twenty-five cent registration fee win be charged and will be divided between the top individuals. Registration will be open at 8:30 and the contest will begin at 10:00 a.m. Classes of all species of livestock will be judged. This contest will be a key factor in selection of a team for 4-H judging contest LEDYARD Mrs. Fred Dutton and Ellsworth visited with her sister and family, the- John Folkers at Waterloo over the weekend. Mrs. AnnTogersenvisitedwith Mrs. Freida Barger from Thursday until Sunday at her home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fairchild visited with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herzog at the Harold Herzog home Sunday afternoon, enroute to their- home in Des Moines. They had also attended the class reunion in Blue Earth on Saturday evening and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Munyer tnmnnre WN-A-HONDA CONTEST In Co-operation With No. la. Appliance * * DRAWING ENDS ^ AUGUST 30 L HONDA "50" MARK 100-GRAND PRIZE ADDITIONAL PRIZES GIVEN EACH WEEK I '•. £ff~s=s.?£? ' AGE LIMIT: 6 to 96 > The more often you're in-the more chances to win! I , Clip and deposit at Diamond's V DIAMOND'S FREE HONDA and family, Mrs. Mary Bashara, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Munyer of Elmore, and Mrs. Martha Frelje, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Freije, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Freije and their families of Edmore, North Dakota and Sam, Alex, and George Munyer of Rugby North Dakota enjoyed a family gathering at a lake near Fergus Falls, Minnesota July 9 and 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Stubbe of Baxter spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes. Loren Iversen of Murdo, South Dakota and Vera Towers of Manchester, England visited at the Carlos and Carlyle Engleby homes from Thursday until Monday. Dr. Sigvald Fauske, president to Waldorf College to Forest City, was guest speaker at the Bethany Evangelcial and Reformed church here Sunday morning in the absence at the Pastas^ the Her. Victor TTriesen, wtt*, with his family left Wednesday for a week's visit with friends in North and South Dakota and northern Minnesota. Mrs. Gertrude Anderson of Blue Earth has been transferred from the Blue Earth Hospital to St. Joseph's hospital in Mankato, matt will reach her addressed to Room 232, 2nd floor South. , , . p. p. C» Danny Inglet has returned to Fort Rfley Kansas after spending a ten day leave with his famfly here, thfrffioold Ingletts. Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Doocy and family of Blooming Prairie, Minnesota visited the parental Tim Doocy home last weekencL + + 4 4 4 + • + + • • • + 4 • How not to collect social security! This year, nearly 15,000 farm residents will die in accidents. More than 1,000,000 will be injured. The occupational death rate among farm workers is the third highest for all types of industry. The majority of these farm accidents are man-made. Human failures ... not machines, animals or natural hazards iare toe cause of most of them. Most could have been avoided by stnct observance of simple safety rules and common-sense caufcon. Next time you are tempted to take a safety short-cut . - remember the 1.000.000 others who will carelessly take a chance OBSERVE NA FARM SAFETY WEEK - EVERY WEEK! This is another public service a****** *»»-««* * eoepenM LONE ROCK C<X>P EXCHANGE - Lo««* «-*— *•* WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR ------- AK«d Sch-hX Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CMP EUVATOR ------------- "-* 1 J< " 9 "~ .«,AT™ - Bernard R«Hly, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR ---------OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR ---------- J«»Y Huffman ' ... ~, A-MIB ro ____ *• w - J«wg«"*» WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO ---------~ MB CICWATOD __________ Jack Stott, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR -----FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR -------------- Curtis Lura, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR -------- E. F. Immerfall, Mgr.
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