The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 2
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2-Algena (la.) Upptf Dot M«lnM tfiuridoy, August 25, 1966 Notes Of Servicemei WILLIAM HOLCOMB William Holcomb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Holcomb, Whittemore, has enlisted in the U. S. Army. Pvt. Holcomb has been sent to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. for basic training. Upon completing basic training he will be sent to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, for training in automotive repair. Pvt. Holcomb is a graduate of Sentral High School, Fenton. SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (FHTNC) Aug. 10 - Seaman Recruit Gerald E. Luedtke, 19, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Luedtke of Route 1, Lone Rock, has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. In the first weeks of his naval service he studied military subjects and lived and worked under conditions similar to those he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. In making the transition from civilian life to Naval service, he received instruction under veteran Navy petty officers. He studied seamanship, as well as survival techniques, military drill and other basic subjects. USS PROVIDENCE (CLG-6)-- Seaman Apprentice Conrad E. Graham, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Graham of 5 E. Call St., Algona, has participated in this year's annual Sea Fair at Seattle, Wash., as a crewmember of the guided missile light cruiser, USS Providence. The Providence, as flagship for Vice Admiral Bernard F. Roeder, Commander First Fleet, joined with eight units of the fleet and three reserve training ships to receive an official welcome from Seattle officials. While in Seattle, August 4-8, the entire force of 11 ships held open house daily and divine services were conducted Sunday for the public. Upon completion of the fair, the Providence and other units of the force rejoined the fleet on patrol in the Pacific. SAN ANTONIO, Tex -Airman Thomas J. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Fox of 219 N. Moore, Algona, has been selected for training at Lowry AFB, Colo., as an Air Force aircraft weapons systems specialist. A The airman, a 1963 graduate of Garrigan High School, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He attended Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville. ftJT A WMf TO WORK FOR YOU Relative Of Otfosen Man Passes In III. OTTOSEN - Funeral services were held for Martin Bjelland of Mortis ni., father-in-law of Henry Meyer, were held Tuesday. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Victor and Paul Meyer of Rutland. ^^ Elden Meyer spent last week visiting relatives at Sylvan Grove, Kansas, Seward and Grand Island, Nebr. He returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and Rhonda of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth went to Minneapolis, Thursday, where they saw the Twins beat the California Angels, 6-2. Loren Daniel was released from University Hospitals at Iowa City Friday. He and Mrs. Daniel stayed at the Keith Daniel home at Boxholm and returned home Sunday. Mr. Daniel had a checkup. Mike Coyle was released from Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge Sunday following a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Hannah Hellickson near Hardy to celebrate Howard's birthday. Other guests were the Glenn Helllcksons of Havelock, Herman Elkedahl and Paul of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ney and family of San Jose, Cal. were Wednesday supper guests at the Victor Meyer home. Sheryl Waechter visited her grandmother, Mrs. Ronald Shaffer at Colesburg, and at the Bert Hoffman home at Edgewood for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer and Shelley Hoffman brought her home and spent the weekend with the Verne Waechters. Sunday supper guests at the Conrad Johnson's were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Knudson and Janet and Mrs. James Johnson of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and family of Moorland. Wednesday coffee guests at the home of Mrs. Le Roy Worby were Mrs. David Engel, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson, Mrs. Orren Olson, Mrs. Darrell Johnson, Mrs. Art Jensen, Mrs. Torkel Aure, Mrs. Burton Rood, Mrs. Ned Bohack of Bode' and Mrs. Henry Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards were honored guests Sunday at the Bentley family reunion at Fairbank. Brett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kampen, celebrated his fourth birthday Sunday. Supper guests who came to share his birthday cake were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hart, his grandparents of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and Roger and Mrs. Olianna Vinass were Sunday dinner guests at the Alf Lee home at Stratford. The gathering was in honor of A/2C Marvin Lee who left Friday for Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Damon Schultz of Lake Worth, Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Watnem and Shelly were Friday night visitors at the Percy Watnems. Wednesday visitors at the Albert Bergum home were cousins, Henry Bergum, Mrs. Clara Ver- plamk, Mrs. Mabel Townsend, her daughter and grandson. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Moench of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the Dean Telford home. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hanson of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers and family had a housewarming for Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson at Humboldt Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and family were Saturday over-night and Sunday guests at the Duane Thompson home at Sioux City. • """"»•••«•»••»•• tnnnrmmrftn IHHJB If AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK GARY PEER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Peer, left Saturday after a week's visit here with his parents. He will be teaching for the second year at the college at Clair, Colo., and has spent most of the summer at Luther College at Decorah. MR. AND MRS. Donald Horn of Altus, Okla., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Paul Hum, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn, here for two weeks. Other guests this week have been their other daughter, Mrs. Randall Shierk and Stephanie and Scott, Minneapolis. Mr. Shierk Joined the family here Wednesday and also visited his mother, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Jr. They returned to Minneapolis Sunday. Other guests of Mrs. Shierk last weekend were her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watson, Bethany, Mo. MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst and children returned Sunday evening after two weeks at Rhinelander, Wise, where they visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lacey of Highland Park, m., at their summer home. MR. AND MRS. Ed Gilmore and children returned Thursday after ten days' vacation at Rhinelander, Wise. They met their son, John, at Minneapolis Friday and he is spending a 14-day leave here with his family before returning to San Diego, where he is stationed as a member of the Navy on the destroyer, U.S.S. Lyman K. Swenson. MRS. JOHN DeBLAUWE and Sheila returned to Cedar Falls Saturday after spending a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore. Mrs. De Blauwe will be teaching for her third year In kindergarten in the Waterloo school system. MR. AND MRS. Matt Streit returned Sunday after visiting their son, Charles, at Iowa City, where he received his bachelor of science degree from Iowa University. Charles is spending a few days with friends at Omaha .and Okoboji. t • _ HOSTESSES TUESDAY at a shower for Alice Kresensky at the Algona Country Club included Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Mrs. Roy McMahon, Mrs. Eugene Murtagh and Mrs. G. W. Stillman. MR. AND MRS. Wes Bartlett left Thursday to take their son, Brett, to Ft. Sill, Okla., where he will remain with the Bartlett daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seller, for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett then continued to Dallas, Tex., where he met with the College Branch of Klwanis International. They then planned to attend a convention of Klwanis clubs at Birmingham, Ala., and then travel to Provo, Utah to attend another Kiwanis convention. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett exepct to return to Algona at the end of the month. MR. AND MRS. Phil Diamond returned Monday evening from Kansas City where they had spent almost a week. There they attended the wedding of her brother, Larry, with Mrs. Diamond as bridesmaid In the ceremony. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith is Mary Streit of Ft. Dodge, who arrived last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are to take her back to her home today (Thurs.). Guests last week for two days were nieces, Cynthia and Denise ReUihan of Cedar Falls, who remained here while their parents made a trip to the Black Hills. VOTE FOR LOUIS BAIGEMAN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR, 1st. DISTRICT KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA PRIMARY ELECTION, SEPTEMBER 6, 1966 CONSERVATIVE BUT PROGRESSIVE MR. AND MRS. J. R. Kolp and children returned last weekend after a week's vacation at Gull Lake, Minn. CHARLES BLOOM completed a summer school course at Mankato State last week and will resume teaching at LuVerne High School next week. Ledyard School Still Needs 3 Instructors LEDYARD - Ledyard Community School will open Monday, Aug. 29. On the first day of school, buses will arrive at school at the regular time, 8:05 a. m. The bus routes will be the same as last year with the exception of Everett Thompson's route, which will be extended Into the Grant twp. area. Hot lunch will be served opening day and buses will return all students at 2:30 p. m. •• Mike Lloyd, custodian, has refinished all-floors and has done a considerable amount of painting and has the schoolhouse in excellent condition for the opening day. Glass block has been placed in the windows of the first, second, seventh and eighth grades. The entire west side of the school now has glass block windows. The faculty is not complete at the present time. Instructors for math, music and industrial arts are yet to be filled. The faculty to date is as follows: English and dramatics, James Martin; science, Larry Nelson; social studies and drivers education, John Wood; home economics and librarian, Mrs. Oline Keister; Spanish and remedial English, Mrs. Alberta Busch; commercial, Lon Mai- he rek; guidance counselor, John Fokken; 8th grade, Mrs. Laura Henderson; 7thgrade, Mrs.Irene Brandt; 6th grade, Mrs. June Beyer; 5th grade, half days, Mrs. Helen Nelson; 5th grade, half days and remedial reading, Mrs. Clarice Wubben; 4th grade,-}, Mrs. Ada Wubben • 3rd grade, : Mrs. Connie Inglett; 2nd grade, Mrs. Florence Junkermeier; 1st grade, Mrs. LeoraDrew;kinder- garten, Mrs. Lois Wagner; elementary vocal music, Mrs. Irene Brandt; remedial arithmetic, Mrs. Shirley Rtmksmeier; and art, Mrs. Marie Wilson. The hot lunch department will again be under the supervision of Mrs. Dallas Green, Mrs. Aleta Waterhouse and Mrs. Mamie Roseboro. The bus drivers for the coming year are Everett Thompson, Edwin Dontje, Earl Jot genson, Raymond Gustafson and Byron Hoffman. The board of education consists of Ervin Klinkslek, president; Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Carpenter, treasurer; Harold Herzog, Mrs. Melvin Logeman, Maurice Keil and Aubrey Waterhouse. A faculty workshop will be held Aug. 26, beginning at 1 p. m. There will be no school Monday, Sept. S, which is Labor Day. SCHOOL ELECTION The election for one director of the Ledyard Community School board of education will take place Monday, Sept. 12. The Ledyard town hall is the polling place, with voting to begin at noon. The three year term of Maurice Keil has expired. Nomination papers are available at the office of the school secretary, Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon. They must be filed before noon Aug. 29. - o- QUEEN CANDIDATE Gretchen DeBoer, was a contestant in the Teen Queen contest at the Iowa State Fair Saturday. Eight girls from different schools participate each day of the Fair and a finalist is selected each day by a team of judges. The girls are judged on their appearance, talent and individual Interviews. Gretchen was selected as Saturday's finalist and will be returning to Des Moines Friday when she will compete with the other seven finalists for the title of Miss Teen Queen of 1966. - o- ELEVATOR MEETING .The annual meeting of the Farmer's Cooperative Co. was held at the school Wednesday evening. The meeting was preceded by a dinner which was served to 475 persons by the Matzener - Estle American Legion and Auxiliary in the school dining room. Clarence Turner of Rockwell City showed slides of., a trip which he took to Alaska in 1961 following the annual report which was given by the elevator manager, Bernard Reilly. Melbourne Haag was elected to serve as a director and Henry Dontje was re-elected. Haag replaces R. I. Anderson. Kenneth Reese won the blanket and Orvllle Runksmeler the aluminum picnic kit. - o- Jerry Jacobson of Osage spent the past week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobson. Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon and Nancy and JoEtte Junkermeier returned home Monday after spending four weeks In Massachusetts. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. RoyGtl- bertson and family of Albert Lea visited witt Mrs. Brayton Gilbertson and Bob. Howard Dyer returned home Tuesday after spending ten days visiting relatives In Bismark, and Reagon, No. Dak. Gail, Marilyn and Nltah Dontje, children of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dontje, spent the past week at Webster City with their grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Dontje and aunt, Edan Dontje. Tim Doocy was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Friday evening. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan, Jeremiah, Patrick and Madonna Sullivan enjoyed a trip into the Black Hills area of South Dakota. Sunday Rhonda Kay Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson of Delevan was baptized at the Winnebago Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller were sponsors for their granddaughter. Others who attended the services and who were dinner guests at the Ralph Millers were the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson, and Chris Stelhorn, the great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Stewart of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Johnson of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller of Tracy, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson and Mrs. Marie Halvorson attended the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson at Bricelyn. Mrs. Johnson was an aunt of Burton. Mrs. Everett Thompson was released from the Blue Earth hospital Thursday. Mrs. Thompson is recovering from hepatitis. Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier was in Ft. Dodge Monday where she conducted the school of instruction for eighth district American Legion Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Stubbe of Baxter visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes from Wednesday until Friday. Mrs. Ernest Burrow and Becky of St. Paul visited the Glen Burrows Thursday and Friday. Friday morning, Mary and Molly Gelhaus entertained Becky, her mother and grandmother, Mrs. Glen Burrow, at a party at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Alma Gelhaus. MRS. DONALD STRAYER RURAL BURT WHO WON THE MONOGRAM GAS SPACE HEATER AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR DURING THE REGISTRATION AND DRAWING AT OUR BOOTH IN FLORAL HALL. WE KNOW THE STRAYERS WILL ENJOY USING THE HEATER. 5*2484 North Central Public Service Co. "Compfctt U» ft Nttert) GM Sirvte" Algwu Brace Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Klinksiek, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Victor Vriesen at Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church. Sponsors were Sherry KUnkslek and Warren Van Riper of Owatonna, Minn. 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