The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 10
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10-Alsono, (!e.) Upper 0«* Melnei thuridoy, Moy 6, 1965 Visiting Publishers View Modern Press Operation Some 35 area publishers of periodicals, and a number of local people, visited the operation of Midwest Printing & Lithographing Co., in (.he plant of the Upp?r Des Moines PuUlshing Co., last Friday afternoon. While the visitors were here, a special 8-page tabloid section \vas prepared and run on the 16-pige color press owned by M chvest. This special sectioi will be found in todiy's Algona Upper Des Moines. Marian Steburg, press superintendent, lias now moved to Algona from Spencer, and is in charge of Midwest printing, which includes three publications at the present timo, with several more slated for the near future. On one of the pages in the special section are pictures taken as visitors entered Uie plant. The film* were processed, plates made, and the pictures reproduced in the tabloid, all within a space of less than two hours. The Algona Industrial Development Corporation directors visited the operation in a group, and their picture is included. Pictured on page six of the special Open House section to be found in this newspaper are: Top photo, left to right, Virgil Sells, William Anthony and Marc Anthony of the Cedar Falls Daily Record. Center photo, front row, left to right, Palmer T. Cody, Graettinger Times publisher, Jerry Leaneagh, Ted Chrischllles, Al Agena, Bill Conn, Jack Chrischilles, Clair Blossom and Earl Lierley; and back row, left to right, Ken Peirce, Mayor Bill Finn, Norm Christian, Wes Schultz, Pat Montag and Bill Steele, all representing the Algona Injustrlal Corp. Bottom photo, left to right, Don Pommerehn, Lowell Anderson and Chuck Davis of the Iowa Falls Citizen. 21 From Area To Lutheran 5-5 Convention Teachers and administrators will gather in Des Moines May 7 for the first district-wide Sunday School Convention of the Iowa district west of the Lutheran church - Missouri Synod. Iowa -district west congregations conduct 163 Sunday Schools with an enrollment of about 23,000 pupils, under the direction of 3,000 teachers and officers. Here, Trinity's enrollment stands at 344 pupils and a staff of 33. Worship services, doctrinal presentations, small group discussions, and exhibits of materials will be shown to Sunday School workers and assist them In carrying out their duties more effectively. Area people who will attend the convention: From Peace Lutheran, West Bend, Msdms. Ronald Meyer, Frank Jergens, Milford Cade, A. Anderson, C. Glngerlch, Robert Schmidt, Pastor and Mrs. W. Ostermeier; St. Paul Lutheran, Whittemore, Msdms. Louis Greinert, Anna Behnke, Victor Dau, Hugo Meyer, Henry Lauck, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Butzke, Pastor and Mrs. Cleo Kautsch; Our Savior Lutheran, Swea City, Mrs. Ben Groen; St. John Lutheran, Burt, Mrs. Lawrence Presthus; and Trinity Lutheran, Algona, Msdms. Randall Clark and Richard Groen. Speakers are Dr. Allan Hart Jahsmann of St. Louis, Mo., Rev. Duane Mehl of St. Louis and Rev. Ellis Nieting of Fort Dodge, leading in worship will be Rev. G. W. Lobeck, Ft. Dodge, Rev. Paul G. Stephan, Des Moines, and Rev. Paul C.Mueller, Boone. A highlight of the convention will be the banquet Saturday evening. Leroy Peterson of Grimes will be toastmaster. Featured,, speaker will be Dr. G. W. Lobeck. Planning the convention is a central committee headed by Rev. Kautsch of Whittemore. Wilma Fairbanks Elected Burt VFW Aux. Head BUST - Officers elected at the April Meeting of the Burt V.F.W. Auxiliary were: Wilma Fairbanks, president; Valeta Griese, Sr. Vice president; Betty Miller, Jr. Vice president; Jessie Miller, Sec'y- Treas.; Ella Slgsbee, Chaplain, Nettie Lavrenz, Guard; Edith Jandl, Conductress; EllaLampe- Patrlotic Instructor, and Maree Bohnson, Mary Fitch, and Battle Schrader, Trustees. - o - G. 0. McFarland was taken by ambulance to St. Ann's Hospital on Saturday for medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace, Mason City were Tuesday guests of his sister, M -s. Gladys Hawcott. They also attended the final rites for Fred Haberger at the Methodist church. Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk spent from Sunday to Wednesday with her paren's, Mr. and M "s. Jerry Wiener. Bruce Graham '.eft Tuesday imrning for Albert City where he will attend a Standard Tank Wagon Instruction school for two weeks before beginning in business at Sw?a City. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Graham went to Iowa City on Monday where Mrs. Graham entered University Hospital for a checkup. They were accompanied to low.i City by Alvlna Hasse who visited her sislerR'ith Hasse who is hospitalized there. Word has been received in Burt of the birth of a son, Michael Dean to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Abbas, Clyde, Ohio. Proud grandparents of the yojij man who weighed in at 8 Ibs. 1 oz, is Mr. Mulvin Abbas, Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward and Mrs. Florence Bagby are proud great grandparents. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd, were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hannover and family, Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Ladell Olson, Jade and LaDawn. Thursday afternoon guests at the homo of Lottie Isenberger were Mrs. Alice Olander, Kills- pell, Montana, M.rs. Albert Tho- nuson Morris, Minn, and Mrs. Stanley Tontges and Dennis, Hennings, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp. Mrs. Olander Is the daujh'er of tho late Cnarles Stewart former Burt residents and a niece of Mrs. Isenberger. The other ladies are daughters of Mrs. Olander. Mr. and Mrs. John Spear, Duane and Darrell, spent Sunday as guests at the Robert Spear horns, Titonka. Mrs. Wm. Batt drove to Humboldt on Tuesday and spent the night with friends. On Wednesday morning 27 wjmon from the North Central District of the R.L.D.S. churches boarded a chartered 'ous for Independence, Mo. where they were guests of the Independence R.L.D.S. church women at their annual Spring luncheon and a tour of the city. The group returned homo on Friday P.M. M;\ Vernon Wallace, Vancouver, Washington Is spending several weeks with his sister, Mrs. Gladys Hawcott and other relatives at Burt and Mason City. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Ronnie Duer, one of the Immanuel Lutheran Confirmation class, was honored at dinner Sunday, by the presence of his grandparents, the Carl Duers, Rlngsted, and his aunts, Joanne and Beatrice Lodden of Estherville. Ronnie's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tokheim and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tokheim were Sunday dinner guests at the GeneTokheimhome at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garry and family of Stewartville, Minn, were Saturday night and Sunday guests at the home of his sister, the Carl Schaubergers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Inglet, Carol and Judy were Sunday callers. Mrs. Inglet is a sister of Mrs. Schauberger and Mr. Garry. Russell Strayer, Earl Berg and Kenneth Brones attended a special district meeting of the VFW at Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art W. Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larson entertained the following at supper last Tuesday evening at the Art Larsons: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Carlson, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waldschmidt of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Green, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiechmann and Wayne Jones, Burt. Thursday evening, the EdFre- richs and daughter were visitors at the home of her sister, the Lyle Westfalls at Graettinger. Guests for Sunday dinner at the Chris Feddersen home were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clausen and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Feddersen, Sam, Lynn and Wayne, all of Rlngsted. Sam recently returned from Iowa City where he had undergone heart surgery In March. Afternoon guests were Mrs. A. J. Kramersmeier and Arden, Swea City. Dinner guests at the Everett Johnson home for the confirmation of Dolores were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wegner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kosloske and David, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson and Inez; afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr and Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Koons of Lakota were Friday supper guests at the home of their daughter and son, the Don Koons at Esthervllle. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr recently visited at the homes of their children, the Linus Vaskes at Rolfe and the Keith Poshustas at Mason City. Mrs. Albert Paul spent the weekend visiting relatives In Iowa Falls. Mrs. Carl Lofstrom entertained in honor of William Sunday following his confirmation at Imminuel Lutheran church. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch lllllllllllliiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiL Mr. and Mrs. Jack Easton and David and John Frlcker, all of Clear Lake, were dinner guests in the Howard Sparks home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donnelly and Linda of Fairmont wore Sunday dinner guests In the parental Roscoe Stewart home. Mrs. Art Bartlett spent from Friday till Sunday evening at Ellendale, Minn., where she vistted Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sloan. Glen Parcel returned homfi Friday after spending several days In St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps visited Friday evening In the Dwight Ruse homp. Mrs. Clifford Young of Algona called at the Victor Fitch home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Douglas visited in the Marvin Marlow home, Bancroft, Sunday evening. Mrs. Art Bartlett attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Bertha Jacobson, Ottosen, Saturday, May 1. Mrs. Edmund Larsen called at the Fred Habeger home, Manday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scott were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mrs. Celia Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark of Grand Meadow, Minn., were Friday dinner guests In the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Davis of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen and family of Tltonka and Mr. and Mrs. Piiil Carlson and Kimberly of Algona were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms of Pocahontas were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mary and Norma went to Swea City Monday evening where they visited the Bill Champion family and the new granddaughter. Notes Of ervicemen SAN DIEGO, CALIF. - Seaman Recruit Gary R. Smith, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Smith of Wesley, has begun nine weeks of Navy basic training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. On completion of his recruit training he will be assigned to a school, shore station or ship, according to the results of his Navy classification tests, his own desires and the needs of the Navy. Kenneth E. Cook, Hurt, Iowa, completed an eight-week combat engineer course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., April 15. During the course Cook received Instruction in construct ion and repair of, roads, railroads and structures, and train- Ing in demolitions and mine warfare. He entered the Army in November 1964 and completed basic training at Fort Le'onard Wood. The 20 year old soldier is a 1963 graduate of Burt Community High School. USS MOUNT KATMAI - Electrician's Mate Third Class Thomas F. Macumber, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. Macumber of Algona, is serving aboard the ammunition ship USS Mount Katmal, which departed Concord, Calif., April 19, for an eight-month deployment in the Western Pacific with the U.S. Seventh Fleet. The ship is one of more than 80 ships of the Pacific Service Force providing logistical support to the ships and overseas bases of the U.S. Navy in the Pacific. Mount Katmal provides ships with ammuniUon during extended periods at sea. The ship is scheduled to return to the United States in December. FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. (AHTNC) - Army Pvt. Terry J. Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. HENO, Nev. - Captain Charles D. Trunnelle, son of Mrs. Theodore W. Trunnelle of R. R. Wesley, Iowa, and the late Theodore Trunnelle, has completed the rigorous U. S. Air Force survival and special training course conducted by the Air Training Command at Stead AFB, Nev. Captain Trunnelle, a KC-135 Stratotanker navigator, received combat-type escape and evasion training to enable him to survive under adverse climatic conditions and hostile environments. The captain is being assigned to a unit at Dow AFB, Maine, which supports the Strategic Air Conrnand mission of keeping the nation's intercontinental missiles and jet bombers on constant alert. Captain Trunnelle received his B. S. degree from Iowa State University, where he was commissioned upon completion of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program. His wife, Ann, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Conces Sr. of 2814 S. Shaver St., Pasadena, Tex. ii*mWMK9QNfeMKMM«K^^ H&HCED YOU PICK IT OUT I Help You FINANCE I DONT MISS THE ALGONA AUTO SHOW KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS - MAY 8-9 Ford Mercury Oldsmobile Plymouth Rambler Buick Cadillac Chevrolet Chrysler Dodge Deposits Insured By F.U.J.C to •*•>• Iff this catches your eye, go see It In 3-D and In living color at the auto show. Look at all the Bulcks,too. ALGONA AUTO SHOW KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS, MAY 8 - 9 SCHULTZ BROS. South Phillips ALQQNA, IQWA t

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