The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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10-Algono. (lo.) Upper D«t MotnM Thursday, October 27, 1966 Algonan At PT Boat fete In Eisenhower's Office An Algonan, who served as gunner's mate first class on U. S. Navy PT Boat 359 during World War tti got quite a thrill recently when he attended a reunion of the crew in the office of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower at Gettysburg, Pa. Re 16 Russ Rentz, well-known Algona floor covering installer, who with his wife attended the reunion at Gettysburg Oct. 19. In fact, the Algonan was shown In a photo in the Harrlsburg, Pa. Patriot Oct. 20, standing behind the former president as a model of a PT boat was being presented to Lt. Gov. Raymond P. Shafer of Pennsylvania, who was com- mander of the crew in which Rentz served in the South Pacific. Twenty members of Shafer's World War n crew were slated to attend the reunion in Elsen- hower's office at Gettysburg College. It was reportedly the first such gathering by a PT boat crew since a reunion held by the crew of the late President John Kennedy. Shafer is now a candidate for governor of Pennsylvania and was on the lead boat of the PT convoy which carried the late Gen. Douglas McArthur back to the Philippines near the end of World War n. Rich pasture land yields about 700 pounds of cattle or sheep per year. The locusts of the plagues are also called shorthorn grasshoppers. Algona Girl In College Play Cast The cast has been selected for the College of St. Mary, speech and drama department's fall production, "Quality Street," according to Ron Kenney, director of Theatre at the college. The production will be presented Not. 11, 12 and 13, at 8 p. m. In Marian Hall on the CSM campus. The lead role of Phoebe Throssell will be played by Kate Jackson, Hastings, Nebr.; Frank Vargas, Omaha, Nebr., will portray the part of Valentine Brown; and Sue Hlber, Hastings, Nebr., will enact the part of Susan Throssull. One of the supporting roles will be carried by Mary Ann Erpeldlng, Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Er- peldlng THE UPPER DES MOINES Invites you to send In your own local news items. WHAT THEY CARE KOSSUTH COUNTY? DO THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES REALLY CARE ABOUT KOSSUTH COUNTY? LET'S LOOK AT THE RECORD. GOVERNOR HUGHES, THE BUSIEST GOVERNOR IN MODERN TIMES, HAS BEEN TO KOSSUTH COUNTY FOR TWO MAJOR SPEECHES AND ONE PUBLIC RECEPTION SINCE JUNE. THAT'S 3 APPEARANCES IN THE LAST 4 MONTHS. HOW ABOUT HIS OPPONENT? HIS OPPONENT WOULD PROBABLY HAVE TROUBLE FINDING KOSSUTH COUNTY ON A MAP. WE CAN'T RECALL THE LAST TIME HE WAS HERE. WE MUST NOT BE VERY IMPORTANT IN HIS BOOK. CONGRESSMAN GREIGG'S RECORD IS ALSO ENVIABLE. IN HIS TWO YEARS IN CONGRESS STAN GREIGG HAS RETURNED TO NORTHWEST IOWA ALMOST 60 TIMES WHILE MAINTAINING AN ALMOST PERFECT ATTENDANCE RECORD IN WASHINGTON. IN THE LAST 2 MONTHS HE HAS BEEN JN KdSSUTH COUNTY 4 TIMES. HE WAS HERE LAST THURSDAY AND HE'LL BE BACK AGAIN NEXT MONDAY. HE CARES ABOUT KOSSUTH COUNTY AND THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE HERE. HE APPRECIATES OUR SUPPORT WITHOUT TAKING US FOR GRANTED. HOW ABOUT HIS OPPONENT? HIS OPPONENT HAS BEEN CAMPAIGNING ABOUT SIX MONTHS. HE HAS MADE ONLY 3 PUBLIC APPEARANCES IN KOSSUTH COUNTY DURING ALL THAT TIME, DESPITE THE FACT HE IS NOT A BUSY CONGRESSMAN. IF HE IGNORES US LIKE THAT BEFORE AN ELECTION, JUST IMAGINE THE COLD SHOULDER WE'D GET IF HE WINS THE ELECTION. IT WOULD ALMOST BE LIKE NOT HAVING A REPRESENTATIVE AT ALL. VOTE FOR CANDIDATES WHO HAVE A PROVEN INTEREST IN KOSSUTH COUNTY. We say keep the Hughes team together We say keep the county team together. We say keep Iowa moving ahead. HAROLD E. HUGHES ROBERT FULTON MICHAEL DOYLE XJLORNE WORTHINGTON PAUL FRANZENBURG KENNETH OWEN LAWRENCE SCALISE MANCIL HURLBURT STANLEY L. GREIGG E. B. SMITH GORDON L. WINKEL ROSELLA VOIGT CLARA WALKER CHARLES PLATHfc ANDREW REISING VOTi OEMOCRATIC AND VOTE FOR CONTINUED PROSPERITY SPONSORED IY KOHUIH COUNTY pfMOCRATIC CENTIAl COMMITTEE LeRoy Bruns Of Algona Weds M-City Girl Oct. 8 Susan McNary and LeRoy Bruns were married at the First Methodist church in Mason City, Oct. 8 at 2 p. m., with Rev. ;• LeRoy Bauman, assisted by Rev. George McNary, uncle of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Earl Schutz, and her attendants were Mrs. Fred Barlow, matron of honor, Barbara Schutz, bridesmaid and Jody Baltzer, flower girl. Serving as best man was Darwin Englebarts, and the groomsman, Bill Bruns. Jimmy Baltzer served as ringbearer. Bill Schutz and Lee Pearson were ushers. The reception was held at Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leaman's. Hostesses were sisters of the bride. The bride is a 1966 graduate of Mason City High School and the groom is a 1965 graduate of Algona High School. They are now living at Mason City. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Le Mont entertained the Trinity Lutheran church councilman and their wives from the Rutland church at the parsonage here Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland and Mrs. Le Roy Worby took a pick-up load of clothing to Belmond from the Bode community Monday. They also helped clean up debris in the Chester Gunderson yard. Mrs. Gunderson is a sister of Mrs. Lee and an aunt of Mrs. Worby. Rev. and Mrs. Warren Alder- OTTOSEN I By Mrs. Donald Usher United Presbyterian Women met Friday night. Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Mary Leitl were hostesses. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the lesson. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president, Naomi Struthers; vice president, Mrs. Albert Thorsen; secretary, Mrs. Essie Cooper; treasurer, Mrs* H. D. Benson; and pianist, Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Bob Thacker, who attends Wartburg college at Waverly, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Helen Thacker at the Arthur Petersen home. Bradley, son of the James Banwarts, celebrated his seventh birthday Tuesday. Overnight guests for the occasion were Mike and Paul Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and family of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family were Sunday supper guests at the Olvin Haug home. They celebrated Mrs. Barber's birthday and also her daughter Rhonda's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were Sunday visitors at the Terry Lee home at Ft. Dodge, to see their new daughter Tawny Jean. She is a great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hofius. Mrs. Harvey Thorsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorsen were Sunday guests at the Charles Welter home to help David Welter observe his birthday. Evening visitors were Naomi Struthers, whose birthday they also observed, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Munson of West Bend.' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs, Victor Meyer attended funeral services for Walter Krause at Lotts Creek Friday. Mrs. Roy Enockson has had the following visitors this week: Mrs. Leona Warrior of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krischel of Havelock, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. ThorstenSatern of Mallard, Mr. and Mr.v jowell Shelgren and family of '.,,lmore City, Rev. Robert Le MUJ-. Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mr. and .Vrs, **:>*' Olson, Mrs. Loran D uu^ Oliver Kinseth, Mrs. . vi t nem, Margaret Holt J •;.,. Elaine Kinseth of Algona Mr. and Mrs. Charles. >i' ;, of Estherville were Sunday c'lur;.' guests at the Ray Pentico lu m.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Na vt left for their home at SanU Ya. , Cal. Tuesday, arriving there Saturday noon. Mr. Naeve sm- fered a heart attack while here. They visited at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mrs. Naeve is the former Delores Kinseth. son and son Howard of Bridgewater South Dakota were Tuesday night dinner guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Robert LeMont, Mrs. Donald Usher visited Rev. and Mrs. Harold Mountain at Elma Friday and she stayed over* night with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wlnther at Osage. Mrs. Loran Daniel and Margaret Holt were Sunday dinner pests at the Roy Telford home. In the afternoon they visited Mrs. Caroline Telford at the Good Samaritan home at Pocahontas and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Von Bank at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Coyle and Charlotte of Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Coyle home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman and Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeman were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Zeman home at Dakota City. Mrs. Arlyn Benson and family of Waterloo, Mrs. Estella Day of Dakota City, Marcia Day and a girl friend of Dakota City were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Annie Leist. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas spent the weekend at the Waldo Smeby home at Mason City. S«wer Smoke Test The City of Algona will start smoke testing of the local sewer system, Thursday, Oct. 27, Dave Smith, city clerk stated. The purpose is to ascertain locations of all sewers and their connections, and seapages that may exist, If any, from storm to sanitary sewers, or vice versa. An announcement in more detail Is In this issue. Dennis Theesfleld, 20, Armstrong farmer, was In Kansas City recently to receive the FFA "American Farmer" degree at the FFA National convention. Henry Huey, Malvern, had a large harvest of sweet potatoes this year from his garden. He harvested over 10 Ibs. from one jtfant alone. Fill 'um full! Stan-Hoist wagon units can take it The Stan-Hoist running gear (choose from 8 or 10T), hoist, and all metal box are "unitized" into one complete unit. Channel construction, multi- braced galvanized steel floor, four way multi-purpose end gate and specially reinforced sides that need no spreader chains are outstanding features. You'll like Stan-Hoist's smooth-as-silk thrust bearings that give longer life, make turning easier. Trail Stan- Hoist wagons behind your pickers this fall, they're big, bold workers! Buy Stan-Hoist wagon units. FARM EQUIPMENT •Viiif our store todayl JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. So. of Algona Hottl la. "THIft IS A ftf PUBLICAN, VlAT 'THIS IS A RRPUBUCAH YEAR' I vt v» ui CO 2 UI tc I & u u tt VOTE"NO"TO MORE-MORE-MORE SPEHMM6 AND INFLATION HOW LOW CAN YOU, THE TAXPAYER, STAND MORE AND MORE AND MOBE GOVERNMENT SPENDING? 4UQTT, ) SAYS: ''Inflation is tWgreiit ^winfller, parUcuJarly 6f people living on fixed Income*. It *teadily cuts tway the value of the dollars of those who can afford Jt least, .the. low. salaried man, and the aged, and the retired. "No greater help can fee extended to these people than for this Administration to apply brakes to the galloping inflation OUR W* DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC REPRESENTATIVE HAS NEVER OHCE VOTED AQAINST A SPENDING JILL WE DON'T WANT A RUBBER STAMP IN CONGRESS! HELP STOP THIS SPENDING SPREE Vote for JACK MILLER for U. S. Senator Vote for WILEY MAYNE for Congress VOTE REPUBLICAN Mrs TIME FOR A CHANGE] VOTE FOR THE STATE and COUNTY TICKET Headed by BILL MURRAY for GOVERNOR KARL KIILSHOLM For State representative W. B. JVL.:ONALD For County Attorney DON JORGENSON Fw ui.. "re? H ,roii a /* •• .trict st District ^s t , ,^a *Cf'.v i '.'•• v , Off i . r .'TH tS.-H ".'' 'C. , Chairman m 2 I v» > S •Tf '- S A RE! i 1$ A REPUBLICAN YEAR"

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