The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1966
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6-Algdfte, (la.) Upper Dei Moln«» Tutiduy, Dec, 6, 1966 Algonan's Husband Capt. Donald Gant, at the right, above, son of Mrs. Frank Gant, Brltt, received his promotion to captain from his commanding officer, Lt. Col. E. J. Megan. Capt. Gant has been in the U. S. Marine Corps for seven years, spending four years as an enlisted Marine. In addition, Capt. Gant received the Bronze Star Medal from his commanding officer, signed and approved by the Secretary of the Navy. The medal was received for service performed as a rifle platoon commander in Viet Nam from June, 1965, to July, 1966. Citation read in part that the then first lieutenant led his platoon on more than 200 day and night patrols and ambushes and accounting for more enemy "kills" than any other platoon In his battalion and not losing any Marines during this period. Captain Gant is married to the former Bonnie Minard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Minard of Algona. The Gants now live in Jacksonville, No. Car. Their daughter, Pammy, is shown in the photo at the left. CAPT. HAROLD STREIT visited relatives in Algona Tuesday. Capt. Streit is the nephew of Mrs. Matthew Streit and Mrs. H. M. Smith, and is stationed in Chelsea, Mass., where he is in the f. S. N'avy Medical Corps. He has been staying in Ft. Dodge with his sister, Betty Streit, while visiting his aunt, Mary Streit, who has undergone surgery at Mercy hospital. MRS, ANDREW GOTTEN entertained several ladies at a coffee Thursday morning. THE ALGONA HOBBY Club will have their Christmas party Dec. 6 at 6:30 at the Johnson House. After dinner there will be a gift exchange. MRS. LEIGHTON MISBACH is in Lutheran hospital, DesMoines. AMONG ALGONA lawyers attending the Tax School in Des Molnes last week were James Andreasen, Verne McCluie and Russ Buchanan. MR. AND MRS. Joe Cogley, Mary and Dorothy, and Mrs. Mel Griffin attended the junior high play at Garner, the play being directed by Mrs. Griffin's daughter, Kathleen, who teaches In the school system there, Mrs. Griffin spent the weekend there and accompanied the Cogley s home. MRS. FLORENCE PETERSON Is home from Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, where she had major surgery. She is In her apartment some of the time and with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising, part of the time. In two weeks she will return to the hospital. MR. AND MRS. George Sefrlt were at Golden Valley, a suburb of Minneapolis, last weekend and visited Mrs. Sefrlt's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Lurvey. They also visited at Coon Rapids with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker. J. D. BURNS is expected to be able to come home the latter part of the week. He has been under further treatment at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, and his wife will drive there to bring him home. He has also had minor surgery while there this time. FRANCIE, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zelgler, was home from Des Moines where she is enrolled at A. I. B. and spent her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents. She had as guest, Evelyn Boyd of Canton, Ohio, who lived her when her father was pastor of the Congregational church. MR. AND MRS. Dewey Shilling took the tetter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns, to Sac City Sunday to visit Mrs. Lois Gardner. They were joined there by Mrs. Burns' brother-in-law and sister, Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows of Cincinnati, Ohio. Rev. Burrows was a minister there many years ago and attended the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Third Presbyterian church. The following Wednesday Mr. Skill- Ing, Theresa and Kay drove to Sac City to bring the Burns home. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Phillips spent last weekend at Albert Lea, Minn, with the former's brother, Lloyd and wife. En- route home they stopped at Mason City for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank, former Algernons. HOSPITAL NEWS MRS. J. B. ASA is at Rochester, Minn, and has had surgery for the removal of her gall bladder. She is making satisfactory recovery. MR. AND MRS. C. M. Whitehill have been visited since Oct. 11 by their daughter, Mrs. A. A. Tobako, Garden Grove, Calif. They spent Thanksgiving at Readlyn with the son, Claude Whitehill and family. Mrs. Tobako is leaving for home Dec. 8. MRS. J. M. FLEMING, Whittemore, mother of Mrs. Craig Smith, will soon be moving to the Good Samaritan Home for awhile. The arrangement is temporary so she can be under constant nursing observation. MRS. ORVILLE WICKS drove to Kanawha last week and joined relatives, Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rasmussen and with them went to Charles City Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rasmussen, who formerly lived in Algona. They were Joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klein, Rodman. CECIL WILL had surgery at Iowa City Friday. MRS. FRED WILL and Mrs. Ethel Potter left Monday for Minneapolis and are taking Mrs. Nellie Campbell home after her extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Potter, and other relatives and friends. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Weise have moved to Mason City and have been there several weeks. Mr. Weise is an electrician. MRS. MEL GRIFFIN and Kathleen had as Thanksgiving guests the sisters of Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. W. M. Barnliart, Mrs. K. M. Hallas and Agnes Redden, all of Salem, S. D., and Mrs. S. W. McMahon, Huron, S. D. It has been the custom the past ten years to meet here with Mrs. Griffin. MR. AND MRS. Gary Priebe spent Nov. 22-29 at the International Livestock Show in Chicago, While in Chicago, they visited Mr. Priebe's sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. David Barth, Clarendon Hills, and Mr. and Mrs. G. Grant Dickson, Jr., Hinsdale. They were joined Saturday by Mr. Priebe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Priebe. NOVEMBER 18 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. John Roeder, Algona, boy, 11 pounds; admitted: Louise Murphy, Algona, medical. NOVEMBER 19 - Admitted: Leora St. John, Algona, medical; Ira Bonnette, Algona, medical. NOVEMBER 20 - Admitted: Ben Faulken, Algona, accident; Julie Ann Knecht, West Bend, medical. NOVEMBER 21 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe, Algona, girl, 6 pounds, 12 oz.; admitted: Darlene Kirsch, Wesley, surgery; dismissed: Edna Kollasch, Ledyard, Harry Godden, Roberta Miller, Algona; Mrs. Delores Inman, Bancroft. NOVEMBER 22 - Dismissed; Rose Mary Schiltz, Bode; Werner, Krista, Susie Clucyk, Fort Dodge; Julie Ann Knecht, West Bend. NOVEMBER 23- Amitted: Katherine Bristo-.v, Algona, medical; dismissed: Dianne Roeder, Edna Sorenson, Ralph Elbert, Algona. November 2.5 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simons, Whittemore, girl, 5 pounds, 6 oz.; admitted: Mary Hausenstein, Algona; Mrs. Ervin Mogler, West Bend, surgery; Jean Taylor, Algona, medical; dismissed: Lavonne McCabe, Charles Glosscock, Mrs. Leora St. John, Kattherine Bristo\v, Algona; Esther Diers, Bancroft; expired: Irene Spurgeon, Bode. NOVEMBER 24 - Dismissed: Patricia Spencer, Algona. NOVEMBER 26 - Admitted: Willie Ricklefs, Titonka, medical. NOVEMBER 27 - Admitted: Andrew Felhauer, George Scuff- ham, Mrs. Orland Steil, Algona, medical; dismissed; John Reding, Ruth Shierk, Algona; tranferred to Iowa City, Nellie Hauenstein. NOVEMBER 28 - Admitted: Martha Grandgenett, EdnaShilts, Lloyd Shirley, Algona, medical; Dale Weber, Whlttemore, medical; Dominick Zeimet, West Bend, medical. NOVEMBER 29 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tigges, Cylinder, boy, 7 pounds, 3 pz.; admitted: Hazel Platt, Jack Dutton, Algona, medical; Verle Elmore, Algona, surgery. Coffee Party For G.O.P. Ladies The Republic Womens Club of Kossuth County is holding a membership coffee at the home of Mrs. Dennis Holmes, December 7, 1966 at 7:30 p.m., In LuVerne, Iowa. Mrs. James Mullins will review the book, "Rush to Judgment," by Mark Lane. All Interested women are invited to attend. ANNIVERSARY • ~" November 20 was the 100th anniversary of the Wiota Methodist church. For the first two years the congregation met in a log cabin. Algonan Sentenced And Paroled ENDS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 COLUMBIA PICTURES mum »50L C. SIEGEL PRODUCTION WILLIAM ,„ RICHARD mmnlLUJVn mnttivnnnv HOLDENlDMAl .VAREZ LLY PANAVISION" COUJMBIACOLOR CONSIGNMENT CLUB CALF SALE Saturday Evening, Dec. 10 — 7 P-M. AT ALGONA LIVESTOCK AUCTION This will be our 2nd Club Calf Sale that is held to give you an opportunity to buy Club Calves only. We have some choice calves listed as follows: J. W. Thomson of Cylinder Iowa - 25 P.B. Angus Calves Jack Henry - 6 P.B. Angus Str. Calves James Bierstedt — 2 P.B. Angus Str. Calves Bill Paetz - 5 S.H. Strs. and 2 Heifer Calves Harold Weber - 2 W.F. Str, Calves Maurice Drew — 3 W.F. Str. Calves Gordon Garrison — 4 W.F. Str. and Heifer Calves ALGONA LIVESTOCK AUCTION Algona, Iowa Sale Promoted By Virgil Spencer and Raymond Spencer, Algona, Iowa, and Lyle Bensen, Ringsted "Sure-Heat" ENGINE PRE-HEATERS 850-wart tank heater with itat 1500-watt tank heater with ttat $ I 6.88 -9.98 An Algona man, Gary Dodds, was sentenced to five years in the men's reformatory at Anamosa this week in district court here after he entered a guilty plea to a charge of larceny of property of a value in excess of $20. Judge Richard Cooper, who is presiding during the cur rent term of court here, then suspended the sentence and paroled the man to the Iowa State Board of Parole. Appeal bond was set at $2,500. Tne charge was filed after Dodds and Marvin Grisham, Emmetsburg, allegedly killed and butchered a 1,200 pound Whiteface cow owned by George Wildin on a farm a mile west and a half-mile north of Irvington Oct. 22. One damage case was settled out of court during the week. Michael Keigan, who resided here at the time of a panel truck- bicycle mishap June 8, 1965, reportedly received $31,001 damages from H. C. Aillaud, Mary Boswell and Michael J. Campbell. Campbell was driver of the panel at the time of the mishap. Original petition in the matter asked $117,500, and charged the driver with negligence, which resulted in severe and permanent injuries to the boy. Michael was nine years of age at the time of the mishap. The matter was filed by his father, Kenneth. The settlement was the result of two separate counts. The petit jury reported Monday at 10 a. m. and was slated to hear possible testimony in a civil matter, Johnson vs. Shottenkirk. 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