The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
Page 18
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(to.) p»« Tuasday, December n, 1 •• •• ^^*^^^^wv^^ Notes Of Servicemen EVT AFR, Colo. - Airman Sec ond Class Robert V. Gillingham son of Mr and Mrs Robert R Gill ingham, 1015 E. State St., Algona has returned to his permanent uni at Truax Field, Wis., following combat-ready alert duty with r North American Air Defense Com inand fighter task force in Floridf during the Cuban crisis. Airman Gillingham, a machin ist, is married to the former Man, A. Eith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Erwin Eith, Rt. 2, Verona, Wis E. Znugg of 322 S. Smith St., Al gona, la. LACKLAND AFB. Tex. — Air man Basic David B. Hicks, above son of Mr and Mrs H. B. Hicks. X)7 N. Minn. St., Algona, is being •eassigned to Finland Air Force Station, Minn., for training and Inly as a vehicle operator. Airman Hicks recently complet- d United States Air Force basic lilitary training here. He is a 1962 graduate of Algona iigh School. Richard Arndorfcr, above, son of Mrs Helen Arndorfer of Algona, is completing his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, and will soon be assigned for special training. He is a 1962 graduate of Garrigan High. U. S. FORCES. GERMANY Army Pvt Leonard L. Pesicka. Jr., whose parents live at 1515 E. Elm St., Algona, is participating with other members of the 35th Transportation Company in Exer cise SABRE KNOT in Germany Pesicka is assigned as a truck driver in the company in Frankfurt, Germany. The 17-year-old soldier entered the Army in August 1962 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He attended Algona High School and was asso- Lt. Col. Marvin E. Waller, broth , tlalcu Wlul fcal ^ a er of R. B. Waller of Algona, has | entering the Army retired after 22 years in the army as of December 1. He and Mrs Waller are now located at Sanford, Maine, where the retired army officer has purchased a home. Colonel Waller was stationed at the Eastern Air Defense Command headquarters at Fort Totten, N.Y.. prior to his retirement. He was a veteran of WW 2 and the Korean War. In the latter he commanded a battalion of ROC troops. ENT AKB. Colo. - Captain Robert L. Hedeen, son of Mr and Mrs S. W. Hedeen of Lake Andes. S. D., has returned to his permanent unit at Perrin AFB, Tex., following combat-ready alert duty in Florida during the Cuban crisis. Captain Hedeen, a pilot, is married to the former Marita E. Zaugg. She is the daughter of C. ciated with Pesicka Salvage before GUNTER AFB. Ala. — First Lieutenant Beverly J. Christenson of Algona, has completed the orientation course for United States Air Force nurses here. Lieutenant C h r i s t e nson was given familiarization instruction covering administrative procedures, military medicine and medical service support of USAF objectives. She is being reassigned to Clinton Sherman AFB, Okla.. where she will join the nursing staff. The daughter of Mrs Elvira C. Christensen of 1309 E. Call, Algona, Lieutenant Christenson re- New Car, Truck Sales Hit 38 Past Two Weeks A total of 33 new cars nnr trucks have been registered a( the county treasurer's office here dur ing the past two weeks. Owners nf new vehicles are: Chevrolet — Erna Grover, Burt: E. \V Johnson, Lakota; V. P. or Lorraine Becker, Bancroft; M. T Ceding, Livermore; Reuben Olson Bancroft, pickup; E. N. or Viol; Xielson, Ringsted; T. W. or J. P Kissncr, Burt; Titonka Co - Oj Creamery, truck; R. C. Cosgrove Titonka: GMAC, Algona; L. L. or Myrtle Lease, Wesley; M. 0 Runksmeier. Ledyard; and R. C. or Delores Riedel, Algona. Ford - B. D. or Jo Ella Miller Lone Rock: C. R. or Jennie Deibler. Algona; J. A or Dolfie Nyman, Swea City; Universal Mfg Co., Algona. truck; Audrey H Ruby, Lakota; V. M. Parsons, Algona; John or Gladys Ashland. Corwith; and F. H. or Juliane Stecker, Titonka. Pontiac — W. H. or Mary Peterson. Algona; and K P.'Wehrs- pann, Algona. Buick — B. B or Grace Wibben. Algona; and R. I. or June Mawdsley. Algona. Olds — Grace L. Kouba, Algona. Dodge — C. J. Haag. Swea City: F. C. or Maria Christ, Lakota; M. H. Honsbruch, Algona; and R. C. Simpson, Wesley. .Mercury — Crawford - Hakes Ins., Algona; Burdette or Genevieve Hoeppner. Lakota; Maxine Busch, Ledyard; J. A. or Florence Peterson, Swea City; John and Ida Reisdorfer, Lakota; and Becker Const. Co., Bode. International—Algona Imp. Co., Dickup. Volkswagon — Hiram Boeckholt, Titonka. Swea and Eagle Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Spear home at Sherburn, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and family and the John Fullmer family of St. James were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of the John Hallstroms at East Chain. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johansen were « , .. **ii . auu *ui a. Wlc UUliailMrn Were ceived training at the Methodist Dec. 2 coffee guests at the home School of Nursing in Sioux City. O f Mr. and Mrs. William Tobin. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper "Whoa there, young " You're getting a feller! I said FIX brand new cord. that frayed phone cord. I can't afford And don't worry, there'll be no extra to buy. a NEW one!" charge for it.'*, \ r •' ' i ' * * '>. '• t ' * - If ,1 I'.Ji'lKi :,' \ '' " :/; l!> ' y „ '. •.»'.i>— E-^KTSaJ :nrri . -v_™_j m THE END IS NEAR SELLING FAST 7 LEFT TO GO SUNBEAM STEAM & DRY IRONS General Electric $15.88 Knap-Monarch $14.94 GENERAL ELECTRIC TOASTER $11.40 ONE LEFT Symphonic Stereo AKERS 1. 2 WING SPEAKERS - 4 SPEED Portable LOWEST PRICES EVER ACT TODAY WHILE 6 LAST SUNBEAM HAIR DRYERS i~ t .83 Model HD-6 Gift Box Model UHD-7 Hat Box KNAP-MONARCH CAN OPENER S18.87 ^MMMm^HBHMM 10 TRANSISTOR Portable Radio LADY SUNBEAM HAIR DRYERS $ Model ITD-3A 26 Model DHD 30" WESTINGHOUSE DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE WESTINGHOUSE Auto. Defrost 13 cu. ft. WEST BEND ill A > k 8 Cup Automatic MHH^BHiHI^B^^^^^^^^^^H SUNBEAM RADIANT Model UT-40 BBRHnMI WALNUT Record Cabinet 8 gal. per day capacity 6 TRANSISTOR PORTABLE 4"x6" Size No customer of Northwestern Bell pays a penny extra to have his telephone kept in repair-although in this case the customer did insist on the installer having a cup of coffee. Keeping your telephone equipment in top condition (for instant use) is our job. All we have to sell is service, Northwestern Bell Telephone Company Scruce ...a? r.t .'/:>;-•' as we can make it i ? Westinghouse High Speed Auto. CLOTHES DRYER 161.66 Direct Air Flow •••••••Mi WESTINGHOUSE CONSOLE HI-FI-STEREO S178.88 HI-FI-STEREO 1 Reg. $32.95 HOBBBBMBI Westinghouse American Traditional TEL! WESTINGHOUSE AUTO. AGITATOR S194.74 2 Speed-3 Cycle with Water Saver FRIGIDAIRE DELUXE CLOTHES DRYER $234.44 Reg. $289.95 1963 Model 4 Speakers The Flowing Heat Dryer Remote Control ••••••••B™ 4 Speed Portable Transistor RADIO & RECORD PLAYER WESTINGHOUSE EARLY AMERICAN TELEVISION $239.91 Also American Confemporar LANE APPLIANCE

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