The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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fill Announce Hi Mom Winners Here Dec, 15 "Hi, Moral" Those two short tender words will be heard by two families In the Local 7106 area from servicemen or women stationed overseas during the holiday season. In cooperation with the USO, Local 7106 of the Communication Workers of America in Algona and six other north Iowa towns is sponsoring the two free overseas telephone calls as part of the Union's 10th anniversary "Hi Mom*' program. Mrs. B. W. Bennett, steward of Local 7106, said anyone with a loved one stationed overseas is eligible to receive a free call - although "mom?' will be given highest priority. Persons wanting to enter the contest - - or submit the name Of a iriend - should write a card or letter stating, relationship of persons they want to call and where he is stationed. Letters should be sent to CWA Local 7106, 422S.Wooster, Algona by Dec. 5, The families selected for the calls will be notified by Dec. 15. Winners in Local 7106 will be selected by a drawing to be held at the monthly membership meeting Dec. 12. -99th- Mrs. Minnette Bishop, Nora Springs, was feted at an open house there on November 24th, her 99th birthday. Mrs. Bishop still attends church and meetings quite regularly. WALLEYE Dean Downing of Postville came home with a record catch of a 12-pound wallege pike after fishing near Harpers Ferry last month. The big fish measured 29 inches. Georgia Tirol Of St. Joe Is Shower Honoree ST. JOE - Georgia Thul will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school hall Sunday afternoon, Dec. 4, with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss Thul also was honored Nov. 28 at a shower in the American Legion hall, Livermore. Miss Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thul, will be the bride of Mark B. Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Elbert of Rodman, Dec. 28 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church here. - o Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner drove to Iowa City Tuesday and from there accompanied their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nepple, to Ashland, Ohio to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson, Shawn, Amy and Mark. Mrs. Anderson is the former Elaine Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner. Airman/2C Kenneth Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thilges, is spending a 20-day leave here with relatives and friends. A/2C Thilges, 1962 Garrigan graduate, completed training in electronics at Chanute Air Force Base, HI. and reports to Luke Air Force Base, Phoenix, Ariz. Dec. 7. ,Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf, Centerville, were Thanksgiving weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Ringsdorfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family. Other Thanksgiving supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Debbie, Murl and Lori, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul, Mr, and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and family. Ralph Kohlhaas underwent major surgery in Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday. Mrs. Laurence Schiltz came home Monday from St. Ann Hospital in Algona where she had been patient a week following an appendectomy. Bobby Balluff of Mason City spent part of his Thanksgiving vacation here with Bobby Plathe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe. Bobby Balluff is son of Mr. and Mrs. George Balluff, former Algona residents. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nemo and family, Guttenberg, spent the Thanksgiving holiday here with Mrs. Nemo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGulre and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family observed their Thanksgiving dinner Sunday with members of the family not here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsyth and family of Fort Dodge and Vlrgina Thul left Tuesday for a 3-week visit with relatives in Illinois, Ohio and Georgia, Mrs. Richard J. Thul and son of Wesley and Jean Marie Thul left Wednesday for Fort Bliss, Texas where Pfc. Thul is stationed. Delores Becker is convalec- slng here this week at the home of her parents following tonsillectomy last Thursday in Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. Miss Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, is employed at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe drove to Dubuque Tuesday to bring home the girls attending Clark College, Kristine Plathe and her guest, Kathy Everett, Brooklyn, New York, Vickie McGuire, from here, Connie Cassel, Algona, and Madiline Powers Estherville, to spend the Thanksgiving vacation. Kristine Plathe and Kathy Everett accompanied Sandy Cf Brien to Sioux City Thursday evening to spend Friday. Miss 0* Brien is employed in Sioux City and they returned Friday evening. Vickie McGulre and Lenora Hilbert spent several days at the International Cattle Show in Chicago with 4-H members of the State. Dick and Donni Erpelding, Howard Kohlhaas and Duane Hilbert left Monday with their cattle for the International Thursday, Dee. 1, 1966 AlflOnn (la.) UpjUt DM Molnn-7 Cooperatives- A Good Way to Get Things Done ven for getting footballs out of trees. Alto, to do many other useful things. More than 60 million Americans share ownership in cooperatives. City, town, and rural people use these co.-opa to get housing, food, health care, credit, insurance, drugs, furniture, and petroleum products. Rural people use cooperatives to get electricity and telephone service. Farmers use co- opt to get feed, fertilizer, chemicals, and steel products and to sell their crops and livestock products. All of this cooperative business totals $20 billion dollars a year. Businb«tunen also use cooperatives to serve their special needs—druggists, grocers, hardwaremen, clothiers, and other independent merchants. Associated Press, the world-wide news gathering agency, is a publishers' cooperative. The boys' football-retrieving co-op is informal, instantaneous. Grown-ups go at it more deliberately. They organize. They elect directors and decide the co-op's purposes, each member having one vote. The directors establish policies and hire a manager to carry them out. The distinctive mark of a co-op is that it serves the people who own it: its customers. It's locally- owned, not-for-profit, serving its member-owners at approximate cost. Through their co-op they have a voice in determining the quality of foods and services they get and the prices they pay. In cooperatives, 60 million persons participate more fully in this country's free enterprise system. They find it a food way. to get things done. Cooperatives help more people share in America's progress OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR J«rry Huffman, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO, -I R. W, Jurg«ns, Mgr, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR - Jo^ Stott, Mgr, FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, B*d« —- R. L, Mathtion, Mgr, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtit lura, Mgr, IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR —— E, F. Immtrfall, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE — Lortni Geitienauer, Mgr, WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR „-, Alfred Schulrz, Mgr, (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR —— Ronald Jurg«ni, Mgr, LEPYARP CO-OP ELEVATOR „„„„.--„ Btrncrd Rtilly, Mgr, OBSERVE NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK - EVERY WEEK! MORE FAMILIES FAMILIES The North Iowa SHOPPER •UllllHEO tY - U»E* Dl! MOINES PUILISHINO CO., ALGONA 43 RODMAN ^ \ \ LEDYARD NORTH KOSSUTH COUNTY 600 FENTON \ LONE ROC \ * \ \ VV > ^\ *«L ^ M WHTTTEMORES ****** .</./' t 1 // ,/ / BEND / , 1 / & / ST. & OTTOSEN 171 % % ST. 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