The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 1, 1966
Page:
Page 11
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Algona National Guard Unit Shown -1903 The Algona unit of the Iowa National Guard sat for a portrait at the encampment at Des Moines early in this century-and the results are shown here. Albert Granzow, who is pictured at the far right in the top row, owns the photo reproduced here, but isn't sure exactly what year it was snapped. The unit, the 52nd Regiment, went on manuevers each year, sometimes at Des Moines and other times at Fort Riley, Kansas. Mr. Granzow, when talking about the unit, said the members used to practice shooting on the hills west of Algona-"And believe me, those guns were heavy and packed a real wallop 1" All of the men were too young to be in the Spanish-American War. The unit and the 'old armory continued to exist here for some time, with new men added, of course, and the Emmetsburg unit used to come here for inspection. There was always dancing after inspection and the girls in the area reportedly couldn't wait until the marching ended and the dancing began. The company disbanded about 1910. Most of the men in the above photo have been identified and many are still living, including a few in this area. They are, left to right: Front row, Moore Smith, Ray Laird, Charley Chubb, Duane Redfield, Ed Wilson, Ralph Laird, Guy Clapsaddle, Charley Osier, Capt. W. E. H. Morse, Lawrence Hutchins, Alex Smith, Louis Kresensky, Vernon Finkel, William Kehoe, John Wheelock, Charles Belnapp and Herm Reasum. Mascot seated in front is Georgie Fisher. Second row, Floyd Taylor, Oscar Miller, Charles Redcliff, Hugh Raney, Norman"'Mayne,' Ben Hattseir, 'Herm Bosslngham, Robert Dailey, Hugh Carr, Jack Kelley and George Snell. Back row, Elmer Kelley, Walter Kresensky, Bert Muckey, Harry Potter, Bert Palmer, Burton Seely, unidentified, Archie Bushnell, Loren Minkler, Had McMurray, Stanley Mathers, Art Lipkee, Cleve Barton, Bud Williams, Clinton McClemnen, unidentified, and Albert Granzow. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Myrtle Turnbaugh spent Sunday at Paul- Una with Mrs. Rose Smith. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Maasdam have been visited by the former's daughter, Mrs. Alice Widick and daughter, Donna. Try a Sealy Posturepedic' $ so World's greatest pick-me-up! Helps restore your spirits, revitalize your energies, put you in the best possible shape to meet the new day. One reason why: it promises no morning backache from sleeping on a too- soft mattress. Another reason: there's nothing quite so luxurious. Choose your Posturepedic extra firm or gently firm. Mttching Foundation um« prlct 79 FULL OR TWIN SIZE READ'S FURNITURE * CARPiTNQ AND WATSON INTERIORS IN OUR NEW LOCATION 210 NO, PHIUIPS PERSONALS HATTffi WILSON, retired former teacher, has returned for a few days to assist in some organizational work made necessary by the enforced absence of the new person in charge. Miss Wilson now makes her home at Marion with her sister, Mrs. Earl Schunck. MRS. ARTHUR JACKMAN is being visited by her granddaughter, Sandra Knoll of Lone Rock, a few days before the beginning of school. Mrs. Jackman has also had as guests her daughter, Mrs. Don Ryan and family, Orange Tex. Mr. Ryan had business in Omaha, Nebr., and when completed came here for a few days and to return home with his family. MR. AND MRS. Gary McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Voyles are being visited this week by the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, Glenwood, Calif. The Phillips' are house guests of the McDonalds. MRS. L. J. NELSON has had as guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patton and two daughters, Lafayette, La. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Rike have returned from Buyck, Minn, where they had gone to see Mrs. Rike's brother, Joe Beitz, who had been injured while at work in the woods. A tree fell on him, forcing him face down. He suffered lacerations and a broken leg. MR. AND MRS. Oswald Thilges, Maureen, Garry, Connie and Brian returned last week iaigona ESTABLISHED 1865 AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1966 VOL. 101 NO. 67 from a trip to the Wisconsin Dells. They also visited the Melvin and Leo Dole families, the latter being an uncle of Mrs. Thilges, who now reside atChip- pewa Falls, Wise. They also attended the Wisconsin State Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Thilges accompanied Charles Baker & Maureen Thilges of Algona to the Iowa State Fair, Des Moines, Sunday. Connie & Brian stayed with their sister and family, Mrs. Dennis Miller of West Bend. MR. AND MRS. David C. Walker and small daughter, Monica Ann, Dubuque, spent the past week at the Clara Walker home and also visited the Merrill Walker family. David is a teacher in the Dubuque Community High School. Sister Mary Phyllis, Dubuque, also spent a few days with her sister. \vinGs* the college men's choice! Golden Vee r^ Sport Shirts, 3 Show your impeccable taste by adding these splashing styles to your college wardrobe. Trim tailoring, precisely flared button-down collar, 7-in. taper. S, M, L. "Endura Press" Dress Shirts, $ 5 A time and money-saver for the active man on campus I The shirt that can't wrinkle, Wings Endura Press 65% Dae- ron@ polyester/35% cotton that keeps looking neat all day. Neck: 14^-17; sleeve 32-35. Charge It and Save, too ... at $&L NOW thru. Sept.3 SAVE BIG! PRE LABOR DAY BUY NOW AT DISCOUNT PRICES Prices slashed on rtsfo Safety Champions Sale Start Plus $1.61 Fed. excise tax, sales tax and trade-in tire off your car. Check our low discount price on your size SIZE' 6.00-13 6.50-13 5.60-15 6.00-15 (6.85-15) 6.50-15(7.35-15) 7.50-14 6 .50-14(7.75-14) .70-15 (7.75-15) 8.00-14(8.25-14) 7.10-15(8.15-15) 8.50-14(8.55-14) 7.60-15(8.45-15) 8.00-15(8.85-15) Tub«l«»i Blackwalls '16.00 17.55 17.35 18.30 19.50 19.85 22.75 24.95 27.75 Whltewalls '19.30 20.35 20.10 21.05 22.25 22.55 25.45 27.60 30.40 Fed. E»ci*« Tax $1.61 1.83 1.63 1.91 2.05 2.20 2.21 2.36 2.35 2.57 2.55 2.78 All prices PLUS TAXES and trade-in tire off your car. *Size listed also replaces size shown in parenthesis. fuaBEB "" fe on fcr"'P™-~M £S t "f'*&i t 5S" ^M«tti=S?»4S^5Sfls Su» R rul* Joe Bradley Firestone South of Algeria Hotel Phon« 295-2421

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free