The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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Ledyard Man Now A Colonel In Air Force WRIGHTSTOWN, N.J. - wil- llam M, McDonald of Ledyard, Iowa, hag been promoted to the rank of colonel In the U.S Air Force. ." Colonel McDonald, son of Mrs. Ella McDonald of Ledyard, Is director of comman control for toe Military Airlift Command's (MAC) Twenty-first Air Force, ' Headquartered at McGuire AFB, N. J. The colonel, a command pilot, files as an aircraft commander. Commissioned through the aviation cadet program in 1945, he has more than 7,000 flying hours to helicopters, and amphibious and transport aircraft. During a 19-year carreer In military airlift operations, he has bad numerous assignments with MAtTs Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service (ARRSX now observing its 20th year of global combat and peactlme air rescue and aeromedical evacuation. Prior to his current assignment, he was commander of an ARRS squadron at Wheelus AB, Libya, and headed rescue operations for victims of the 1963 earthquake In that country. His unit also provided standby recovery support in the African area, for National Aeronautics and Space Administration operations. Colonel McDonald Is a veteran of the Korean War. A graduate of Ledyard High School, he attended the College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn. His wife, Evelyn, is the daughter of Floyd G. Colwell of Dakota City, Iowa. LILY At the home of Mrs. Emily Worchek, Guthrie Center, a lily bloomed In her yard last month and had several large white Easter Illy blossoms on display. W®x®f^^ Nagel-Spoo Vows Spoken atAlgona ALOOMA - «» wedding of Carol Marie Nagel and Reginald S. fipoo we* ftolemniMd at 7tSO P.m. Oct. 22 at Urn M«thodlst Church in AfcoM. H» R«T, Noland officiated for the double ring ceremony. itie bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Holland Nafel of Algona and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert st>oo of Jackson. Kaye Berseth of Minneapolis was maid of honor and Sandra Kagel was bridesmaid. Larry and Bruce spoo, both of Mia* neapolls, were best man and groomsman. Some 125 guests attended the reception in the church parlors. After a one - week wedding trip to La* Vagas, Nev. Mr, and Mrs. spoo will be at home at 614 Huron SU S, E., in Minneapolis. Mrs. spoo, a 1960 graduate of Sherburn High School, is employed at the University of Minnesota Hospitals. Her husband, a 1960 graduate of Welcome High School, is employed with the Northern Pacific Rail* way In st. PaUL AROUND ALGONA 1 I I I 8 I 8 ANDREW REISING Democratic Candidate tor 3rd DISTRICT SUPERVISOR 1 OF KOSSUTH COUNTY | Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support | and Pledget Cooperation and | Efficiency To Residents Of The District i ::•: (Paid Political Adv.) -i;: SSSSm;:;:-:^^ DR. AND MRS. Joseph M.Roo- ney left Sunday for Omaha where the doctor will attend a medical meeting. His office will be closed all week until Nov. 7. MRS. CECIL Will entertained the Republican county candidates at a coffee In her home Wednesday. JERRY RICH spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rich. He is a student at the Iowa School for the Deaf at Council Bluffs. MR. AND MRS. Paul Seeley returned home Sunday from Leavenworth, Kansas where they visited Mrs. 86616/8 brother, S/Sgt. Neal Hintz. Mrs.Seeley's mother, Mrs. Laura Hlntz, returned with them. MR. AND MRS. Ron Buscher spent Sunday in Albert Lea visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Llnsey and helping celebrate the birthday of their son, who Is Mrs. Buscher's cousin. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker spent Sunday in Hampton at a district council meeting of the Lion's Club. The "threshing ring" never made a penny The old time "threshing ring" had just one purpose ... to get the threshing done for each inember at lowest cost. The farmers who belonged, put up the money to buy a steam engine, a water wagon, a gram separator, and a shed in which to keep the rig between seasons. During the threshing run, each member contributed his share of labor for the crew. Everybody paid their share of the costs; each received threshing service. There were no profits. Today's cooperatives work in much the same way. They are service organizations supplying a need at cost. Cooperatives help more people share in America's progress BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR — T Ronald Jurgtns, Mgr. 1EDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR ____.._ Btrnard R.illy, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR m Jtrry Huffman, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO. ^ R. W. Jurgtns, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Start, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bod* R, I, Mathtion, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr. IRVINQTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E. F. Immtrfall, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE — Lortru Gtitztnautr, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR —... Alfred Schulti, Mgr, (Hobarton Branch) OBSERVE NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK - EVERY WEEK! HOSTS NEIGHBORS Mrs. Vernell Ludwig entertained her new neighbors at a coffee Thursday. The Ludwlgs recently moved Into their new home. Guests were Mesdames William Studer, Robert Williams, Robert Knudson, Ida Reid, Frank Cruikshank and daughter, Ruth, John Burns, John Hopkins, Dean Taylor, James Voigt, Ed Meyer, Frank Vera, Olga Jordan and the Misses Ellen and Alma Carlson. - o- SONIS5 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwlefel were at Fairmont Oct. 23 and were dinner guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zwlefel. The fifth birthday of their son Jeff was being observed. - o- JOHN, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will, and Ron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson, visited their respective parents recently. The boys are roommates at Iowa State University. MRS. PHILIP Diamond entertained her weekly bridge club at a luncheon Thursday. Attending were Mesdames Wm. Easier, Burt, Gerald Williamson, Swea City, and John Dole, Irvington. RUTH CASSEL and Cindy Re-' ding spent the. weekend at the College of St. Teresa, Winona, Minn. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel and Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Reding. MIKE STILLMAN was home for the weekend recently, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stillman. Mike is a freshman at the University of Iowa. Notes Of Servicemei LARRY DAHLHAUSER SAN ANTONIO « Airman Larry A. Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dahlhauser of Whittemore, Iowa, has been selected for technical training at Sheppard AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Dahlhauser is a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, Iowa. -o • LONG BINH, VIETNAM Dennis D. Graham, whose wife, Norma, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Graham, live on Route 1, Algona, Iowa, was promoted to specialist fourth class in Long Binh, Vietnam, Oct. 10, where he is assigned to the 576th Ordnance Company. For pay purposes, his new grade is equivalent to corporal. Spec. Graham, a jeep driver in the company, entered the Army in July 1965 and was last stationed at Restone Arsenal, Ala. The 22-year-old soldier was graduated from Algona Com* munlty High School In 1962, Mr. and Mrs. Alva A. Kahler, Burt, Iowa, completed a UH-1 Iroquois helicopter repair course at the Army Transportation School, Ft. Eustls, Va., Oct. 21. During the 13-week course, Kahler was trained in the repair and maintenance of the Iroquois, a single-engine, single- rotor troop and cargo helicopter. Thursday, Nov. 3, 1964 Algona (la.) Upper DM m> MAKE YOUR OWN EUGENE J. LLOYD SAN ANTONIO - Airman Eugene J. Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen J, Lloyd of Ledyard Iowa, has been selected for training at Sheppard AFB, Tex., as an Air Force construction specialist. The airman, a 1965 graduate of Ledyard Community High School, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His wife Is the former Marsha L. Smith from Lakota, Iowa. - o - FT. EUSTBS, VA. - Private Joseph H. Kahler, 23, son of Marine officer In "Proud and Profane." Sonny Tuft* William Holden Audi* Murphy Captain James Kirk of •Star Trek.' Doug MeClur* Sam Bati William Shatner Daniel Boone's Friend, Mlngo. Ed Amts Fred Jamei Mkhael Aniara ANSWERS: Holden. Sholner. Ames. SCORE: 5 - expert; 4 - frequent watcher; 3 -sometime viewer; 2 - hardley ever; I — no fan. ^*^^ ' fc>^ 'xd^* 1 * ^ ' "?^" a ° -e^ ^tiP" o<* \\jP Jd» *&* S> 6 V^ 6^ V 1 4r %J^ VC^ ^^cT^ j»c^ tri*^ ^&&^ jy >* XOh* t f \T^ So beautiful it causes talk... TELEPHONE Everyone who sees the graceful new Trimlfne phone wants to make a call on it-and no wonder! The dial is right in the sculptured handset... nestles in your palm for easy calling. Order your new Trimline phone now. Just call the telephone business office or ask your telephone man. xjpv (A) Northwestern Bell RE-ELECT GORDON L WINKEL KOSSUTH COUNTY ATTORNEY Door Friendi, I know that you are interested in Kossuth County having good government and experienced officials. Ai Kowuth County Attorney for many yearn, I feel that I have obtained the •xp»ri»nc« necessary for this Important position. I am 38 years of age, married and the father of 5 children and a lifelong resident of Kossuth County. I am a Marine Corps veteran and have been active in community prefects. During my tenure as County Attorney I have prosecuted, processed and handled ov»r 550 District Court Criminal Cases as well as over 250 Juvenile Cases in addition to numerous minor cases in all the J. P. Courts of the County. I have attended numerous schools of instruction on all phases of the worfc of County Attorney. I have advised all county officials on County matters and from this past experience have obtained a comprehensive working knowledge of the many criminal and civil laws relating to this position. The office of County Attorney is a very responsible on». The County Attorney Is the chief law enforcement officer of the County. He advltes the Sheriff, the police officers, the patrol, the Courts and all other County Officials. To properly fulfill these duties, It Is Imperative that he be well qualified and experienced. I believe in the prosecution of all offenders. I believe in the protection of the rights of all citizens. I believe In the fair, equitable and just administration of the laws. The number of convictions for OMV1, |ust to mention one area of law enforcement, for Kossuth County in 1965 was four times greater than that In the neighboring counties of Palo Alto and Humboldt. In 1964, the number of convictions was five times greater. I pledge to continue my policy of strict law enforcement In a fair and just manner, having full regard for the rights of all citizens as well as the rights of the accused. Your vote for GORDON I, WINKEL for County Attorney will guarantee Kossuth County continued experience, competence and efficiency In this responsible office. VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE. VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT. VOTE FOR FAIR, COMPETENT AND EQUITABLE LAW ENFORCEMENT. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE SINCERELY APPRE. Vil^ I Clri Slnc«r0ly yours, Gordon I. Wlnkt I Kosswth C9«nty Attprnty VOTE FOR GORDON L. WINKEL FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY

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