Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
Page 13
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OP THE NATIONAL 6UA!IB> Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. Gomplite IntHranct Govtrage 2?S-37M LeU Scuffham, S«e. ALOONA iWIIHIIIIIIHiMIIIIIIIIIllill Illllllll Illllllll mi Illlllllllllllllllllllllllil^ Hlllllllliilllllllllll I Hill PIIIIIIH A F11ENBOQHI NATIONAL GUARD! Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company THURSDAY, Ml. II, 1965 ALOONA (low*) AOVANCt-J Jet. Hwyt. 18 A 169 ALGONA 295-2481 A FRIEND OF THt NATIONAL GUARD! Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. "Home Loans To Build, Purchase or Remodel" ALGONA SINCE 1917 IOWA liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ...... iiiiiiiHiiiiii ..... iiiininm ...... mumm ........ mmm ..... inn ...... iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil iimHiimiiiiiiMiiiwiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii A FRIEND OF THE NATIONAL GUARD! Metronics 0. B. Harmes ALGONA, IOWA ^•MiiiiniiH NATIONAL GUARD EVERYBODY S BUSINESS ^>lllHIHHflIHIIIIH A FRIEND OF THE NATIONAL GUARDI VIKING a OIL CO. "We Give Gold Bond & King Korn Stamps" Fvtl Oil — Gasoline — Oils — Grtait Phont 295-3749 — ALGONA • • - g= miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiim SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20th IS NATIONAL GUARD USTER DAY"! The public is cordially invited to attend open house, Muster Day, Saturday, Feb. 20, 1965, between 2 and 4 p.m. at the National Guard Armory located on the fairgrounds in Algona, , owat Free Coffee and Doughnuts will be served. According to Capt. Howard W .Stephenson, Commanding Officer of Btry. B, their present strength is 3 officers and 101 enlisted men. There are some vacancies in the unit, so anyone between 17 and 35 interested in completing his military obligation in the Army National Guard is asked to stop by that day or call Sgt. Moritz at 295-3710 Monday thru Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. for further information. In addition to the valuable technical skills you can learn as a Guardsman, you'll have these advantages: (1) If a senior in high school you can enlist now and complete your schooling. (2) You will be paid for attending one night a week or onts weekend a month training sessions. (3) After completion of your active duty of from 5 to 6 months you can complete your reserve obligation right in your community by attending assemblies and annual summer field training and be free to pursue your educational or employment plans. Over the years Muster Day has become a traditional observance for the National Guard calling to mind the early days of the nation when it was customary for the Militia forerunner of the modern day National Guard to hold an annual "Muster" on the Village Green. Muster Day is traditionally observed during the week of Washington's birthday which is considered particularly appropriate inasmuch as General Washington was not only the Nation's first President, but he also served, at one time, in the Virginia Militia and was a strong advocate of the militia concept. The National Guard is the oldest and largest of all Reserve forces. It actually dates back to the "minute men" or "Citizen- soldiers" of Colonial days. , From the American Revolution on, units of ths National Guard have participated in every war in which this country has been engaged. As recently as October, 1961, the National Guard, again demonstrated its readiness by helping to check a Communist threat to freedom in Berlin. Unlike the other Reserve forces, the National Guard servos a second function in addition to the defense of America. It is the only military organization assigned — and trainee! — to aid in State emergencies. Flood, fire, explosion . . . stranded families in need of medical attention ... or entire communities to be aided ... the National Guard answers the disaster call. ROSTER OF LOCAL GUARD UNIT PUBLIC INVITED TO OPEN HOUSE IN THE NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY AT THE ALGONA Fairgrounds FROM 12:30 to 4:00 P.M. ! FREE! | COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS CAPTIAN Stephenson, Howard W. 'FIRST LIEUTENANT i:; ••"•"'•'" Carpenter, Philip J. Thatcher, Gerald G. 1ST SERGEANT (E-8) Kelley, James E. SERGEANT FIRST CLASS (E-7) Detrick, William D. STAFF SERGEANT (E-6) Anliker, Leonard E. Bonnstetter, Harlan P. Davis, Jerald E. Ferguson, Lewis K. Loebach, Marvin E. Moritz, Robert J. Tigges, Marvin F. SERGEANT (E-5) Klemm, James J. Otis, Edward A. Schafer, Francis E. Seaberg, Dwight W. SPECIALIST FIVE (E-5) Bormann, Francis M. Gronbach, Paul W. CORPORAL (E-4) Berninghaus, Edward J. Givens, Jae R. Shipler, Roger E. West ling, Valgene R. 'SPECIALIST FOUR (E.4) Berkland, Darrel D. Bernhard, Mark M. Eckels, Wayne E. Erickson, Fredrick M. Harms, Andrew G. Heifner, Cecil D. Jensen, Darrel G. Koestler, Jerry E. Kraft, Robert F. Miller, Dennis G. Nissen, Gaynell D. Meyer, Marvin A. Preuschl, Donald L. Schafer, Marvin L. Sonius, John D. Steward, Richard P. Studer, Kermit W. Zaugg, Roger L. PRIVATE FIRST CLASS (E-3) Andrews, JD Arend, Robert J . Arndorfer, Wayne R. Baas, Floyd J. Banwart, Richard L. Benschoter, Dean L. Besch, Peter A. Bonnstetter, Larry P . Bonnttetter, Roland R. Carlson, David J. Cink, David L. Davis, LeRoy D. DeWaard, Kenneth H. Dittmer, Duane C. Eden, Arnold D. Fehr, Wayne E. Gatton, Richard E. Garrison, Gordon B, Giddings, Merle G. Harms, Harold G. Hauswirth, Richard P. Hood, John M. Irmiter, Julius H. Kemna, Richard J. Kramersmeier, Wallace C. Laubenthal, Jerome T. Nelson, Durwood L. Ricke, Robert L. Severson, Larry S. raub, Kejpneth.iLf-.c:,,-... Westling, Larry K. Wood, Roger D. PRIVATE (E-2) Frty, Ivan L. Baumann, August R. Harms, Robert G. Doyle, Charles P. Hattlc, George W. Hrubes, Roger W. Klinksiek, Keieth E. Madsen, Donald J. Meyer, Edgar A. Pearson, Larry L. Seeley, Mark A. UIFmann, Henry F. Ulses, Thomas E. Wilcox, Roger D. PRIVATE FIRST CLASS (E-3) Doocy, David J. Elbert, Mark B. Hilbert, Duane H. Roth, Russell G. Roupe, James M. Schafer, Terry L. PRIVATE (E-2) Bruns, Merlyn D, Pihl, Wilbur C. PRIVATE (E-1) Bonnstetter, Michael B. Brooks, James W. Erpeldiig, Richard J. Erpelding, Robert J. Stohr, Larry E. Struthers, Kirk M. Terhark, Kenneth R. Thilges, Duane L. Wessels, Roger L. MEN IN THE UNIT COME FROM THE FOLLOWING COMMUNITIES: Algona Forest City Des Moines Rodman Ames Burt Lone Rock Wesley Woden Britt Kanawha Livermore Bancroft Fenton Swea City Armstrong Buffalo Center Thompson Ledyard Crystal Lake Renwick LuVerne Bode Titonka Cylinder Humboldt West Bend Lakota Corwith Whittemore A FRIEND OF THE NATIONAL GUARD! FEDERAL LAND BANK Farm loans on your land provide safety, low payments, long term, privilege of paying anytime without penalties, cash dividends, adap- tibility to changing needs, other advantages with an organization that Has several times reduced interest when money casts make it possible. Contact preferably Mondays and Wednesdays. EUGENE HUTGHINS, Mgr. Algona Off! co South of Penney's LET'S ALL SUPPORT THE NATIONAL GUARD! A FRIEND OF THE NATIONAL GUARDI NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE YOUR GAS COMPANY Complete Natural & LP Gas Service 10 E. State 295-2484 Algona •Hill A FRIEND OF THE NATIONAL GUARD! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO A FRIEND OF THE NATIONAL GUARD! Schultz Bros CHEVROLET SALES AND i W Corner of gourthsyst Sqy«r* ALGONA 295-3554 1 "ISIHg EXCLUSIVE ARIA DJALgRS Bvick t Portia* * Cadillac "$af For L»*s, And Premivm* Too!" | — $9Uth Phillips St. | m ili'ilillllilni'iiltjlljiliill^illlllilllilliliaiililllh.llllililiilJliiilliiilllllliil'lililii'JliiiUi.llillll'iiiillilllili^ S S3 A FRIEND OF THE NATIONAL GUARD! ^HF|^|H lv BBBm4MP4^&HH MANUFACTURING CO. Authorized FOR!) Reconditioners ALQONA, IOWA i:!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iaw ijipiiiiii^ m

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