Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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(Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1945 Algonian is smoke jumper in Alaska Raymond Schcnck. a forestry! graduate of Oregon university | Hi Corvallis, has gone back to I smoke jumping and just for the I summer is working out of Fair- i banks, Alaska, with the 13.L.M. j Smoke Jumocrs, under the DC- | partment of the Interior. He chose to do this from Anril to September to soo morn of Alaska than he'd boon able to do previously. Four weeks of special fire school training were required and the physical standards are very strict for a rough program. These B.L.M. Jumuers work on .fires from the south slope of the Brooks range on down through the interior. Several weeks ago they were flown to Anchorage, then taken by truck to Palmer where help was needed. Raymond wrote his mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck, that North Alaska is a very big place but this is a good way to see the interior. He is a logging engineer and after finishing college was in forest service at Missoula, Mont.. then assistant ranger in that area. While still in school' he spent his summers working with forestry and first learned to jump for fire fighting, then la- Dogs tied up; pet parade is dated Saturday ter when assigned at, Missoula often worked on fires in many western states. Raymond is a 1940 graduate of Algona high and was in military service for several years before enrolling at the university in Corvallis. His first experience in Alaska was at Ketchikan where he spent two years as logging engineer and he plans to return to that work in the fall. Last riles Monday for Emma Miller, 66, of Algona If you live in town and have a dog at home, you must get a city license for it very soon. The police are conducting a week of quarantine for all dogs, which started Sunday, June 6. Many stray does are being picked up and probably destroyed. In order to get a license, the dog must be inoculated for rabies. Here is some helo for you dog owners. There will be a oet parade Saturday morning. The parade will start at the high school Annex at 10 a.m. The parade will end at the fire station. Veterinarians will be there to inoculate dogs for rabies at a reduced price. They will use a new inoculation that is effective for two years, so it won't be necessary to have this done again next year. The bargain price is oaly $1.75 for two year's protection. If your dog received the two- year shot last year, it won't be necessary again this year, but you must get a license this year. If you live in the country or in town, you are invited to be in v the parade with any type of pet. There will be prizes for those in the parade. Pets must be on leash or under control. Country dogs, of course, won't need city license, but you are urged to have them inoculated for rabies at the reduced rate. There have been several cases of rabies reported in this area Bicycles are also invited to be in the parade. That morning you can buy a 1964-1965 license for only 50c at the City Hall TT/here will also be prizes for decorated bikes. The project is sponsored by the Salesmen's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. Funeral services for Mrs. Emma L. Miller, 66 of Algona, were held Monday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated and burial was in Eastlawn cemetery ia Algona with McCullough's in charge of arrangements. She died Friday night at St. Ann hospital. Born at Lakota, she was the widow of Charles Miller, who preceded her in death in 1960. There are no children but a sister, Mrs. Minnie Blinkman of Algotia, survives as does a brother. Awards are made to Girl Scouts here A Junior Court of Awards was held for seven Girl Scout troops with between 75 and 80 girls of the ages 9 to 11 attending; Campership awards of $10 each to be used toward camp at Gaywood at Clear Lake were presented to Debbie Specht, Debbie Garman, Brenda Frideres and Joan Kramer. The award money will pay approximately two-thirds of the camp expense. Nancy Allen was given the Girl Scout Award for Gaywood camp. This presentation was made by Helen Mikes. Barbara Schlievert received Troop award for her outstand- ng work in the sale of Girl Scout cookies. She sold 140 boxes of cookies arid the troop gave her a charm bracelet. GETS MASTERS DEGREE Mrs. Bert Deal, Don, the Rob- jrt Deals, and Hubert Deal, Coleville, attended the graduation of Kim from Drake university Monday. Kim received his naster's degree in music education and will teach vocal music in Gladbrook next fall. Too Late To Classify CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank everyone who remembered me with cards, letters and other kindnesses while 1 was in the hospital. 1 appreciated everything very much. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen. 30w44 SECRETARY WANTED — Law office desires to hire full time secretary. Must have typing and shorthand. Call for personal interview. Buchanan & McClure— 295-5131. 22\v44-45 INVITE GLENN To Your Wedding- I Have Glenn's Studio capture the exciting highlights of your wedding in beautiful natural color or Silvertone portraits. A complete Candid Book is very inexpensive. We make free Announcement pictures for all of our brides, plus a gift portrait of the bride. No wedding too small or no distance too great. Call or write Glenn's Studio for prices of natural color or Silvertone wedding portraits. GLENN'S STUDIO 295-3800 AJgona, iP,W3 107 S. Harlan VVVdVSiWWVtfiVttW*^^ FAREWAY |!S THE MARKET! 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