The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 28, 1965
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14-Alpona (la.) Upper Dai Meln*i Wednetdoy, July 28, 196S Keeping Cool I-' tf*-' 1 "< <-l>--i V • Af fhii time of yeor, it is sometimes difficult to keep cool ond comfortable . . but kids usually find a way. There's hope for the adult, too. For example, it moy not bfc necessary to tire yourself out "looking" all over town for a certain item you happen to need. Check the advertisements in this newspaper. If the particular item you wont isn't listed somewhere, some merchant will lilt a similar product — or at least his ad will tell you the type of items, or the type of service, he hos to offer. With your newspaper as o guide, you con shop easily by telephone Coll the dependable locol merchant and explain your needs. You'll find him ready and willing to be of service. If you don't have on/thing specific in mind, a leisurely stroll through the business community con be refreshing and interesting. You'll also meet some nice people, folks willing and anxious to serve you in the best fashion possible. Secy. Freeman At Humboldf On August 7 Congressman Stanley L. Greigg today announced that at his request, Secretary of Agriculture, Orville Freeman, will visit the sixth disctrlct of Iowa on Saturday, Agusut 7, for a series of meetings. Secretary Freeman and Congressman Greigg will arrive at the Sioux City Municipal airport, and the social reception and private briefing on agricultural and governmental affairs will be held at the Sioux City Holiday Inn from 5:00 until 6:30 p. m. From Sioux City, Freeman and Greigg will fly to Humboldt where smorgasbord and briefing will be held from 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. at the American Legion hall. Following the smorgasbord, Secretary Freeman will speak at a public meeting at the Humboldt fair grounds beginning at 8:30 p. m. Co-chairmen of the planned activities are Arthur Sanford of Sioux City and William Housel of Humboldt. Commenting on the Secretary's visit, Congressman Greigg said, "We are extremely fortunate to have Mr. Freeman with us at this time, because the house committee on agriculture has just reported out the Omnibus Farm BUI and the Secretary of Agriculture naturally is the leading spokesman in this field. This bill, which the Secretary will discuss In detail, will have far- reaching effect, not only on the farmers in the sixth congressional district of Iowa, but also all farmers throughout the nation. I am very pleased that Secretary Freeman has consented to make tliis trip to our area, and I am sure residents of the sixth district will welcome this opportunity to hear his views on farm and national Issues." PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Rev. and Mrs. Reinert Zimmerman and family of Hillsboro, Mo., Mrs. Frieda Zimmerman and Dora Riggert of Algona were visitors InthePaulKrueger home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skllling of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the Ray Fitch hpme. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevenson of Britt were Wednesday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quintas were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Ken- nedyi 'Mr.,and Mrs. Earl Miller of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stiltz, Tony, Cindy, Marc and Timothy of Biloxi, Miss., and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, David and Gregory of Livermore were Wednesday visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Larry Stiltz is the son of Mrs. Forbus Stiltz and grandson of tlfle 'Ray^'Fitch's. He is in the Air Force, stationed at Biloxi. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett were Sunday dinner guests in the Andrei Hanson home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Tom THMI.II) attended Watermelon Da\ at K^n- ton Saturday an.! worn supper guests in thr Floyd Duncan home. Dr. and Mrs. Tom Johns and family arrived here Friday night. They just returned from a trip oast which included a trip to the World's Fair and Philadelphia. Tom filled thp.pu'.jiit althe Alpma Presbyterian church Sunday. Curtis Hanson, son of Mi. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Swea City (former residents of the Titonka area), who wasgradimted from State College of lows at Cedar Falls in June hasacreptfd a teaching position In the drivers education departmental Fairfipld for the coming year. Curtis is a grandson of Mrs. Anna Hanson of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett of Titonka. Chas. Burton of Sully, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborn of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Anderson of Burt were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Donald Ringsdorf home.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Richard Dugan and Trudy Alt were guests at the Tom Trenary home Sunday evening for a picnic steak fry. Saturday evening guests at the Frank Becker home for a steak barbecue were Dr. and Mrs. Tom Johns and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. James Schenck of Algona were brief callers during the evening. This was in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Tom Johns and family who are making a short visit here. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and boys were also Saturday evening visitors in the Frank Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Larsen of Tempo, Ariz, visited in the Howard Sparks home Friday. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy, Mrs. George Hix and Mrs. Lawrence Govern visited in the Earl Zwiefel home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker took their daughter Janet, Valerie Holding and Cathy Patterson to Okoboji Sunday where the girls will attend Junior high camp for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks were Sunday evening visitors in the Tom Reding home at Lu Verne. Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy called Sunday evening at the W. A. Wood home, Algona. "We should all swap problems. Everyone knows how to solve the other fellow's." fr** The I nited Slates accepted the first Army plane from the Wrlftht Bros.. Jnl\ 30, 1909. The WAVES, Women's Auxiliary of the Navy, wfre authorirrrl, July 30, 1942. t.afavHtp wa< commissioned a major general In the U.S. Army, July 31, 1777. Thp first automohilr securities were listed on the New Vork stock exchange, July 31, 1911. The Army Air Force was established, August 1, 1901. The first U.S. Census was made, August 1, 1790. The first street mail boxes were erected by the U.S. Post Office. in Boston, August 2, 1858. Columbus sailed from Palos, Spain, August 3, 1492. U.S. Government bonds were authorized, August 4, 1190. President Truman signed a bill granting Puerto Rico right to elect its own governor, August 5, 1947. Algona Girl To Mission Job In California Therese Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley, has joined a group of lay volunteers in home mission work and will leave Saturday from Omaha for San Antonio, Texas, where she will join about 150 others for three weeks of training. August 22, she will go to Soledad, Cal. where she will servo Our Lady of Solitude parish. She will be working to a great extent with Indian and Mexican families In family service and social work. She will be teaching children and making visits to the homes. Her term of service will l>e for one year. Therese was honored Sunday by Msgr. Gearen at the 10:30 mass with a departure ceremony. She is one of six girls from the Sioux City diocese participating in this type of work and will be accompanied from Omaha by Joanne Lynch of Mallard, who will servo in a town near Soledad. Last summer, Therese spent a month at Greenwood, Miss, in much the same type of work. She was graduated from St. Catherine's at St. Paul this year, receiving a bachelor of "arts degree in sociology. Mary Ann Bradley, another daughter, engaged in occupational therapy in the University of 111. hospital, Chicago, joined her parents last weekend at their summer home at Spirit Lake. Locol Scouts Will Return From Area Camp A group of eight Boy Scouts from Algona will return Saturday after a week at the Prairie Gold Area Boy Scout Camp on Spirit Lake. They include Tim Parrish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Parrish; Randy Burrls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burris; John Hedlund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund; Chris and Matthew Reilly, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reilly; Verlyn Haahr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Haahr, and Ray and Ronald Chamberlain, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain. The boys are members of the Scout troop which is sponsored by the Methodist Men's Club, with Lawrence Hutzell as chairman of the scout committee. The boys will earn badges and will be given an advancement in rank in scouting. The boys earned from $4.50 to $8.50 each toward camp fees in three projects. They sold Christmas wreaths and sprays and distributed handbills. PUPS An English Setter at the Peter Saul residence gave birth to 11 puppies, her first litter, on July 4th. The family is kept busy through the night giving the three males and eight females supplemental bottle feedings. RIDICULOUS PRICE? FORGET IT - TOO RIDICULOUS TO QUOTE! 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