The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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..... v ^^«^^pj*^q Notes Of Servicemen SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Gary F McVay, son of Mr and Mrs Francis McVay of 314 North Lantry st Algona, completed recruit training, Oct. 20, at the Naval Training Center, San Diego. Cal. During the nine-week indoctrination, recruits are trained in physical fitness, basic military .law, military drill, customs and etiquette of the naval service, swimming and survival, first aid and basic shipboard routine. During the training, recruits receive tests and interviews which determine future training and assignments. —O—i HAF STATION BRIZE NORTON, England - Dennis J. Kennedy of Bancroft, has been promoted to airman first class in the United States Air Force. Airman Kennedy is assigned to the 3920th Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here as an air armament mechanic. A graduate of St. John's high school, the airman is the son of Mr and Mrs Ed Kennedy of Bancroft. FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON- INDIANA — Army Pvt. James J. Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Ro> H. Jensen, Lone Hock, completed the five-week military accounting course at the Finance School, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Itici., Oct. 26 Jensen entered the Army last May and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 18-year-old soldier is a 19G1 graduate of Sentral high school, Fenton. —o— FORT LEAVENWORTH. KAN.- Gerald L. Weincr, son of Mr and Mrs William P. Wciner, Algona, recently was promoted to specialist five while serving with the 55th Artillery, Fort Leavcnworth, Kan. Specialist Weincr, a firing panel operator in the artillery's Baiterj D, entered the Army in January 1953. The 26-year-old soldier attended St. Cecelia's Academy. His wife, Joan, lives in Leavenworth, Kan.' —o— WERTHEIM. G E R M A N Y Gerald A. Alvey, 24, sun of Mr and Mrs Randall.A. Alvey, Bancroft recently was promoted to sergean in Germany, where he is a mem ber of the 52d Artillery. Sergeant Alvey, a fire control operator in the artillery's Batter.v D in Wertheim, entered the Army in October 19SO, completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kan., and arrived overseas in August 1961. He attended St. John's high school. Seneca Couple Are Attendants At A Wedding Seneca — Mr and Mrs Eldon Brown were attendants at the wedding of the letter's sister, Joyce Ann Nieman of Armstrong and Arlyn Lee Fisher of Blue Earth, solemnized Saturday, Oct. 27, at St. Mary's church at Armstrong. Rev. Walter Benck officiated at .he double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs Harry Nieman of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Jay 0 Fisher of Blue Earth. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. The couple will be at home at Albert Lea where the bridegroom is employed by Wilson & Co. The bride, a graduate of Armstrong high school, has worked since graduation at the Federated Mut- uul Insurance Co., Owatonna. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernard and family were last Sunday dinner guests of the Gene Boilings. The dinner honored Becky and Bonnie Bollig on their First Communion. Mrs Hazel Gardner Anderson of Chicago has been visiting at the home of her brother, the Raymond Gardners, and with other relatives in this area. Don and Howard Bollig, Mrs Clara Bollig, and Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig and family of Bancroft were recent dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Kollasch honoring the First Communion of Kathy Kollasch and Paula Bollig. Mrs Clara Bollig had four grandchildren make their first communion in addition to the two mentioned. They are Becky and Bonnie Bollig, daughters cf the Gene Bolligs, Richard Irmi- tcr and Joseph Muller. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard and family were guests at dinner at the Gene Bollig home last Sunday following first communion of their daughters, Becky and Bonnie. Mrs Hazel Gardner Anderson of Chicago has been visiting recently at the home of her brother, the Ray Gardners and with other relatives in this area. CROP Drive For Kossuth Slated November 25 Burl — Sunday, Nov. 25, has been designated at Kossuth County C.R.O.P. Sunday, according to Rev. Victor Vriesen, Ledyard, cochairman. Township CROP chairmen have been chosen and they in turn will call on all in their townships for CROP donations. The county goal is set at two carloads of corn or its equivalent. Township chairmen named to date are: James Knoll, south half Burt; 0. T. Cherland, north half Burt; C. R. Schoby, Cresco, John Weber, Irvington, Harry Naffzi- ?er, Sherman; Alfred Schipull, Lu- Verne, Leonard McGuire, Riverdale, Roscoe Mawdsley, Plum Creek; Erwin Heldorfer, Greenwood; Fred Plumb, Union; Leslie Johnson, Whittemore; and Art Droessler, Ramsey. Other township chairmen are being selected. Other county CROP officers are J. L. Miller, Burt, commodity chairman, and C. H. McMullen, Burt, treasurer. Aid met at the church Thursday, Nov. 1. Officers were elected for the next year. Mrs Rudy Willrett was elected to head the group Other officers: Mrs R. Lavrenz. vice president, Mrs Robert Hanna, secretary and Mrs James Christensen, treasurer. Mrs Raymond Lavrenz h a d opening devotions. Reports were given by Viola Cunningham, Eunice Meyer and Bertha Willrett, who had represented the members at L.W.M.L. Rally at St. Luke's church, Fairville and af the Lutheran Home Finding Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge. The group voted to hold a bake sale at Riedels feed store at 2 p.m. Nov. 17 with proceeds to go into the recently established Student Fun. Mrs Ray Lavrenz and Viola Cunningham were appointed lo puck and mail Christmas boxes to bays from the church in services. Goodies for the boxes are to bo broughl to the church, Nov. 13. The noxl meeting will be the annual Christmas party. Attend r.nmp Among the 5!),flOO fans attending the Iowa - Ohio State football gamo at Iowa City Nov. .'i were a group of 24 boys from the Burt school. Coach Lewis Finch, Howard B.itl Sr., Larry Hinckley and Charles Spry. Members of the football squad and others who attended were Terry Cook. Ray Lichter. Bill Hamilton. Gerald Hilton, Bill Wor mrrs. Duano Hinekley. .lorry Gifford. KURPIIO Meislor, Allen Geilon fold, Jerry Kissncr, Dave Bunknl- skc, Raymond Spry, Eugene Gardner, Douglas Black, Joo Friose. Richard Gcbkcn, Roger Giddings, Brian Zwiofel, Robert Ortman, Mcrwyn Cunningham. Charles Bullock, Tom Lichter. Don Gifford and Howard Bait, Jr. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunnini:- ham and Mrrwyn Jr.. ami Miv Richard Trunkhill in Dos Moinos. I 3 ' spent Tuesday Mr and Mrs O. H. Graham snout several days tin's p;isl week at (ho homo cf their son ;mil fninilv. ihc Gordon Grahams a( Fertile. Members of I ho Furi nightly club will moot at the homo of" Mrs Thoola ChrislPtison. Nov. Hi. Mr and Mrs \Vilfrotl Wollz, Patricia and Miko and Mrs Judy Wulv bon \voro Sunday dinner guests 'it HIP Kichanl Simpson homo at VVos- loy. The first birthday anniver- ^ary of the Simpson's ilau.uhtrt Kim was ohsorvo:!. Mrs Simp -on Algona (la.) Upper Oes Mofnei-7 is the former Jeanetta Woltz. Members of the Burl public library board are sponsoring a public coffee at the library from 3 to .") p m Tuesday. Nov" i:i, in ob«< nance of National Book Week. The public is extended an invitation to attend. Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell. Judy and Jane wore hosts at dinner Saturday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs I. C. Williams. Miami Mrs Ken Williams and family, Mr and Mrs Gary Williams and family and Herman Schmidt, all i f Welcome, Minn., and Mr and Mi--; K. C Barbers and family Christmas Seals November is the month when T.B. Christmas Seals go out to all Kossuth county residents, and once again the appeal goes out to all to back the seals project. Kossuth county is one of the few counties in the State to benefit greatly from the T.B. program, made possible by the sale of Christmas Seals. Each year all Kossuth county students in grades 1 - 5 - 9 & 12 are given the T-B skin test. Each year the T.B. X-ray Mobile unit visits all towns in the county to x-ray all school personnel and all food handlers. Then too, Kossuth County annually contacts hundreds of people each year through the program for x-rays. Name Officers Members of St. John's Ladies ^^tteSSreSMSrt^^ •[ ! [ ! . '[' f. '( ••I ( •I • I ( •I •f. { I I \' Only 34 Shopping Days Left! LIVING..,. Here are two top Gift Hints. . . GAS DRYERS Watch her face light up at Christmas time when she sees a new Gas Dryer in the house. It will save her many hours of work during the winter months and she'll soon find it is one of the last tilings she'd ever give up. It's a wonderful gift for any wife — come in and see our fine selection at reasonable prices. GAS RANGES For the freshest ideas in gas ranges, see our selection . . . many on our floor to choose from . . , liberal trade-in on your old range too. An appliance makes a fine gift. If you cannot find the range you are looking for here, try any of the other gas appliance dealers in Algona. But make sure you buy GAS APPLIANCES . , . your savings in gas will help pay for the new appliance. See These Appliances at Your Favorite Algona Appliance Dealer or at the ... NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-2484 "YOUR C?AS COMPANY' ALGONA \\ m KROEHL LIVING ROOM Your Choice of 10-PC. SLEKPK SOFA GJtOUP • SLEEPER SOFA • MATCHED SET END TABLES • TRIMMED COCKTAIL TABLE • PAfR DECORATIVE LAMPS • MATCHING PAIR OF CHAIRS • PAIR DECORATIVE PILLOWS • MATCHED SET END THiS OFFER GOOD WEEK ONLY! • TRIMMED COCKTAIL! TABLE • PAIR DECORATIVE liAMPS • PLASTIC « WROUGHT IRON CHAIR ft 2 PILLOWS I0-l'< . 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