The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1965 · Page 8
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t-Alaone fin.) Upo»r D« Meinei TuMdey, March 23, 1965 DICK GODFREDSON, his father, Ernie Godfredson, and Mrs. Paul Dettman, a relative, have returned from a ten day vacation at Clearwater Fla., flying both ways from and to Mason City. They saw Algonans Mr.and Mrs. Ted Larson who showed them interesting places, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg, Hartley, former Algonans also, and called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bunkofske, brother and sister- in-law of H. T. Bunkofske. The Larsons plan to be home in April. MRS. CELIA Deal spent Sunday and Monday at Fort Dodge with her son Pete and family. MRS. MARIE Hawcott and her brother and sister, Lee and Bess Hopkins, had Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey, Mason City, as dinner guests last Sunday. MR. AND MRS, Arthur Benschoter are vacationing at Brownsville, Tex., and will visit Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor. MR. AND MRS. Joe Straub spent Saturday in Des Moines and attended a political meeting. MR. AND MRS. John Hayes went to Columbus, Ohio, to attend the graduation of their daughter Carol, from the State University, who received her M.A. degree in physical education. MRS. LOUIS Kelley attended the Conference Board of Education meeting recently at I«wa Falls. She is president of Methodist WJ3.C.S. MRS. MEL Griffin spent last week at Garner with her daughter Kathleen who teaches in the school system there. MRS. JOHN Hanselman and son David left last Friday for Simi, Cal. where Mrs. Hanselman will spend a couple of weeks with her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hauenstein. She will return via train as David will want his car there till time to come home to enter school In the fall. MR. AND MRS. W. A. Hardy were visited last week by their son Robert and wife and daughter Jolene, Woodstock. MRS. EMMA Dreyer became great-grandmother for the thirteenth time with the birth March 16 at the Estherville hospital of a son whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Merton Hurlburt, Lone Rock. He weighed eight pounds, four ounces. Mrs. Dreyer also has 11 grandchildren. IRENE CORLE andMrs. Hattie Burlingame spent Tuesday with friends at Fort Dodge, DR. AND Mrs. Joseph Rooney have returned irotn a week at New Orleans, La. where Dr. Rooney attended a medical meeting. MR. AND MRS. Ernie Georg were at Albert City and visited Mr. and Mrs. Danlelson, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Georg, and were also at Sioux Rapids to see the mother, Mrs. E. 0. Danielson at the hospital there. MARGARET GOECKE, Mason City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr.andMrs.EdGoecke. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Goecke were made grandparents Feb. 22 when a son Scott Joseph was torn to their son Paul and wife at Lakewood, Colo. MRS. RAYMOND Gilbert fell on ice in the yard last week Friday and broke her left wrist. GARY GRAHAM is coming home Friday from State College at Cedar Falls and will spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham. MR. AND MRS. Phillip Dia-c mond have moved into a house v at 122 South Blackford street recently vacated by Dr. andMrs. J. J. Morgan, having sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor. The Diamonds plan to build a new home. MR. AND MRS. Bernard Dah- Ihauser had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Archie Um- brel and Scott, Spencer. MRS. ANN Presthus was taken to Park hospital, Mason City, last week for medical treatment. MRS. MARC Moore and Clara Amesbury went to Washington D.C. last week to attend a Republican Women's convention, MRS. SAM Medln fell In a parking lot here one day last week and broke her left wrist. THE LATE Mrs Alice Wernert home has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. John Snere. Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wernert were here from Pittsburgh, Pa. to attend to the buslnes affairs and left for home last Wednesday. MRS. MARGARET Haubach was taken via ambulance to Iowa City last week and so far no report on the exact nature of her ailment has been received. REDUCED! 3 DAYS ONLY! Men's LAMINATED JACKETS for Spring 9.66 • High-quality Nylon Tricot laminated to loam gives warmth without weight • Self-collars, mandarin collars, margin-stitched club collars • Black, Taupe, Willow Green, Pewter • Sizes: 36-46 A handsome cover-up against the changeable moods of Spring ... in blouse style jackets fully lined with cotlon or rayon taffeta. Set-in sleeves, ghirt cuff on sleeves. This is an outstanding buy on a jacket that will give you years of service. No payment! until May on charges made now! MR. AND MRS. Walter Bradley spent irom Saturday till Wednesday last week visiting with thoir daughter Mary Ann who is employed as an occupational therapist in a hospital there. MR. AMI) MRS. Ernest Egel were visited last weekend by their son Phillip and wife, Ames. Phillip is taking a course in engineering operations and with a group of students was in Chicago a few days inspecting 12 industries. WILLIAM R., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evers, has joined the navy for four years and has lx?en In San Diego, Calif, since Feb. 16. MRS. ROBERT Simonsen.Gra- ettinger, sister of Mrs. Celia Deal, returned Thursday from a visit of several weeks at Houston, Tex. with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sorensen. MR. A.ND MRS. Ralph Donovan were visited over the weekend by their son Bob and family, West Union. MR. AND MRS. Pat Doerning were at Mallard last Sunday and visited Ihe latter's aunt and daughter Mrs. Molly Dawson and Mary and with the parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Doerning. •^-^r-^i^"^^- 1^- -^r- -v Notes Of Servicemen SILVER LANCE (FHTNC)Feb. 2G - Airman Apprentice Kearn R. .Marlow, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Marlow of Lone Rock, Iowa, is participating Feb. 23 March 12 in a major fleet training operation called "Silver Lance" off the coast of California while serving aboard the antisubmarine aircraft carrier USS Bennington. The operation, under the direction of the Commander of the First Fleet, is providing extensive training in every facet of Naval and amphibious warfare. Participating units are receiving training in strike, anti-submarine, mine and countermine, anti-air and electronic warfare. "Silver Lance" involves more than 60 ships and 50,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel. SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, HAWAII (AHTNC) - Army PFC Ronald D. Boyken, son of Elbert D. Boyken, Titonka, Iowa, is participating in Exercise BLACK NIGHT, a two-week counterinsurgency exercise in Hawaii ending March 17. During the maneuvers Boyken and other members of the 25th Infantry Division are receiving extensive training in counter- guerrilla warfare. Evaluation teams accompanying the men are assessing their skills in techniques of ambushing, psychological operations, communications and collection and dissemination of intelligence information. Boyken, a radio-teletype operator in Headquarters Company in the division's 3d Brigage at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, entered the Army in August 1963. He completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., was last stationed at Fort Gordon, Ga., and arrived in Hawaii in July 1964. The 23 year old soldier is a 1958 graduate of Titonka Consolidated high school and was associated with Boyken D-X Service Station, Titonka, before entering the Army. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman Lowell K. Bilsborough) son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Bilsborough of Titonka, has completed his U. S. Air Force basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and has been selected for technical training. Airman Bilsborough will be trained as a language specialist at Syracuse (N.Y.) University. The school is one of the many military and civilian education facilities used in the vast Air Training Command system to prepare officers and airmen for duty in the diverse skills required by the nation's aerospace force. The airman is a 1959 graduate of Titonka Consolidated high school and attended Drake University, Des Moines, and the State University of Iowa. SAN DIEGO,CALIt'.,March3- Seamin Recruit Robert D. Patton, USN, son of Mrs. Velma P. Patton of Algona, and Lawrence L. Youngwirth, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Youngwirth Jr. of Wesley, recently completed basic training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. The nine-week training includes naval orientation, Navy history and organization, seamanship, ordnance and gunnery, military drill, first aid and survival. USS DUVAL COUNTY (LST 758) Seaman Phillip E. Kinsey, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kinsey of Algona, helped celebrate the 23ni anniversary of the Navy's Amphibious Force Feb. 20, while serving aboard the tank landing ship USS Duval, with the Atlantic Fleet Amphibious Force, V-CORPS, GERMANY - Army Specialist Four Leonard L. Pesicka, Jr., Algona, received the Gooci Conduct Medal Feb. 26 while assigned to the 35th Transportation Company near Frankfurt, Germany. Specialist Pesicka received the award for exemplary conduct, efficiency and fidelity as a soldier in active military service. Pesicka is a truck driver in the company. He entered the Army in March, 1962 and arrived overseas in August, 1962, The 19-year-old soldier attended Algona high school. SAN ANTONIO, TEX, - Airman Daniel P. Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Ludwig of R. R. 1, Whittemore, has completed Air Force basic military training as a special weapons maintenance technician at the Air Training Command (ATC) school at Lowry AFB, Colo. His new unit is part of the vast ATC system whicli trains airmen and officers in the diverse skills required by the nation's aero- space force. He is a graduate of Garrigan high school, Algona, Iowa. SILVER LANCE - Chief Per- sonnelman Montie D. Black, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil D. Black, Algona, is participating in a major fleet training operation called "Silver Lance" off the coast of California. The operation, under the direction of the Commander of the First Fleet, is providing extensive training in Naval and amphibious warfare. "Silver Lance" involves more than 60 ships and 50,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel. FORT HOOD, TEX. - Army Specialist Four Alyn B. Sleeker, whose wife, Joyce, lives in Minneapolis, was assigned Feb. 17 to the 1st Armored Division at Fort Hood, Tex. Specialist Sleeker is a radio-operator in the division's 141st Signal Battalion. He entered the Army in August, 1963. The 24-year old soldier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleeker, Jr., Titonka, is a 1958 graduate of Titonka high school. SAN ANTONIO, TEX. - Technical Sergeant Thomas E. Doyle, son of Mrs. Veda E. Doyle of R. R. 1, Bancroft, has been decorated with the U. S. Air Force Commendation Medal at San Antonio. Sergeant Doyle, an ad- minislralive supervisor, was awarded the medal for meritorious service at Wheeler AFB, Hawaii. The sergeant is now assigned lo Headquarters, U. S. Air Force Security Service, at San Antonio. A graduale of St. Johns' high school, Sergeanl Doyle attended Creighton University, Omaha. He also studied at the University of Hawaii during his off-duty hours at Wheeler. His wife, Kathleen is from Norfolk. Neb. PEACE CORPSMAN Duane Shadle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Shadle of Sac City has been accepted for service in the U. S. Peace Corps having passed all preliminary tests. Duane graduated from Lytton Community School in 1956 and has been employed in the Sac City Veterinary Clinic since 1963. After a twelve weeks training period, he will receive an overseas assignment with the corps. ______ ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Goodson of Van Meter, celebrated th«lr 71st wedding anniversary there January llth. Both were born In Dallas County and Mr. Goodson farmed there near where he was born and raised. Mr. Goodson is a young 94 years and Mrs. Goodson 91 years vo"ng. To Reduce Rates Northweslern Bell Telephone Company today announced plans for another reduction In rates for long distance calls within Iowa. Revised rates will be effective Mav 1. Agency of Kossuth Mutual Insurance Ass'n. as a winner of the coveted MANY AWARD of IMT Insurance for 1964. This award is presented annually to the Top 25 County Mutual-IMT Agencies for professional competence and outstanding service to clients. To these multi-line insurance agencies, the guiding principle is to make sure their clients on farms and in cities and towns have adequate protection against perils to, their property. (The Many Award) Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Association DES MOINES, IOWA Mutual Insurance Week March 21-27 MUTUAL INSURANCE WEEK MARCH 21 - 27 KOSSUTH MUTUAL - SERVING THIS AREA FOR 78 YEARS - OVER $104,000,000 IN FORCE • FIRE • LIGHTNING • WINDSTORM • LIABILITY „ • AUTO • HOME OWNERS • COMMERCIAL RISK • BLANKET COVERAGE ON FARM PERSONAL PROPERTY * 32 Agents To Serve You * PROMPT & DIRECT CLAIM SERVICE FROM THE HOME OFFICE IN ALGONA t KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASS'N. Algona, Iowa MUTUAL INSURANCE WEEK MARCH 21-27 MUTUAL INSURANCE WEEK SERVING DRUGGISTS IN 10 STATES SINCE 1909 CONSTANT MUTUAL GROWTH $1,180,599.00 $1 ,246,837.00 $1,375,270.00 $1,442,924.00 $1,537,788.00 1959 1960 1961 1962 ASSETS IN MILLIONS 1963 1964 ^nsa/iance Company AIGONA, IOWA 1909

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