The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1965 · Page 6
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Fireman Have Annual Picnic Algona's firemen host their families (wives and children lots of them) each summer at an annual picnic at Call State Park here, After the large group had finished eating 160 hot dogs and all the trimmings, salad, beans, etc., all the children hopped aboard the city's newest fire engine for a tour around the park. Firemen Don Meyer and Bob Laing each wheeled the big rig with a full load of kids riding on top of the truck over the park's roads, while several other firemen rode "shotgun" to keep youngsters from falling off the sides and back. A total of 21 firemen and their families were present. Ther* are 25 firemen in the department. (UDM Photo) County Rural Carriers Met At LuVerne Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory of LuVerne were hosts recently to the Kossuth County Rural Letter Carriers. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Morris Givens, Tltonka; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Hartman, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. A. W. Dimler, Mrs. Alma Madden, Postmaster and Mrs. Bert Ramus, LuVerne. Mr. Straley, Mr.Gidd- ings and Mrs. Stone, wife ol the late Ray A. Stone, are now retired. Mrs. Dlmler Is employed In LuVerne Post Office. - o - Mrs. Dick Nielsen and four children have returned from Des Moines where she visited several days with her sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marty and children of Oxford, Neb., are M LuVerne to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty and Mrs. Clara McClellan families. They came to attend the funeral of Albert Genrioh, uncle of Mrs. Marty. Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert visited several days in Sioux City with their son and brother Richard Blake employed there this summer. Richard has completed two years at Morningside College. Mrs. Blake and Robert enroute home called on the Rev. Worthie Usher family at Ida Grove. Robert remained to visit until Sunday with Kenneth and Cynthia Usher. Attending a Methodist Workshop Tuesday In Rolfe from Lu- Verne were Mrs. Irwin Jergensen, Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer, Mrs. Gerald Ramus and Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom. The Draft Call Increase How It Affects lowans Col. Glenn R. Bowles, state director of Selective Service, issued this statement Thursday in connection with President Johnson's call for doubling the draft: "The average age of induction today approximates 21 years. This summer we found it necessary to induct a number of 20-year-old registrants in order to fill our monthly calls. It is difficult to determine the age group we will be inducting should the induction calls continue to increase. Induction of the 18 year old is quite remote in view of the manpower available in the six selection groups (listed below) unless an emergency would become imminent. Class 1-A Registrants "Registrants selected for induction come from the Class 1-A group who are not found eligible for deferment by their local board. Within Class 1-A registrants are six selection groups according to age and marital status. At the present time registrants in selection groups one through three are being inducted. "If the available manpower in groups one through three should diminish we would then commence inducting young men from selection group four, and only after exhausting the available manpower in this group would inductions be made in the next lower selection group, etc. "Selection group one consists of those registrants, 19 years of age and older, who have been declared delinquent by their local board for failure to comply with Selective Service Regulations. "Selection group two is composed of registrants under 26 years of age who volunteer for induction into the Armed Services. "Selection group three provides our primary source of manpower for induction. This group is comprised of non- volunteers between the ages of 19 and 26 and who do not have a wife with whom they maintain a bona fide family relationship in their homes. "Selection group four includes non-volunteers non-fathers between the ages of 19 and 26 who have a wife with whom they maintain a bona fide family relationship in their homes. Inductions from this group would be by selection of the oldest first. Youngest First "Selection group five is comprised of non-volunteers between the ages of 26 and 35. If this group were reached for induction, the youngest would be selected first. "Selection group six is comprised of non-volunteers who are 18V4 years of age and under 19. Selection for induction would be the oldest first. "A question as to how soon will a young man found qualified through pre-induction examination be ordered to report for induction is difficult to answer. This cannot be accurately determined for many reasons, but the public should be apprized that the registrant cannot be inducted less than 21 days after he has been mailed his Statement of Acceptability. "Thi$ Statement of Acceptability is mailed by (be local board clerk after the registrant's physical examination has been administratively processed at the Armed Forces Examining Station. A congressional act will be required before men classified V-A, who are over the age of liability for military service, are called to serve their country." Daryl Trauger of LuVerne and his cousin, Paul Trauger of Livermore, left for Jamestown, N. Dakota, for a vacation visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Trauger, brother of Daryl Trauger. The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met July 21 in the Methodist Church Fellowship rooms with the general chairman Mrs. Dale Zentner presiding. The devotional service was led by Mrs. Lucinda Stone. Mrs. Irwin Jergensen presented the lesson. Hostesses were Mrs. James Mallory and Mrs. Harold Trauger. The Methodist ladies who attended the Seminar at Rolfe, were Phyliss Zeman, Margaret Howard, Geneive Jarvis, Luella Joiner, Dorothy Vaughn, La Von Benjamin and Grace Mackintosh. Mrs. Cecil Scott from Colorado has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lanning and family were evening visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Dean Zeman home. Ruth Olson came home Thursday after two weeks vacation with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Al Olson at Crawfordville. Mrs. Leila Templeton and daughter Fay, Melba Olson, all from Gait, Calif., were recent dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Karl Olson. Mr, and Mrs. Karl Olson and Ruth attended a party Sunday afternoon at the Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Olson home at Bode in honor of the relatives from Calif. Katherine and Rich Fullerton recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Freilinger. Mrs. Eldoh Marty and family from Oxford, Nebr., were recent guests at the Leonard Wilsons. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gronbach and family of Humboldt were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Coleman were afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohnberger. joe Sanders is home from Lutheran Hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Underberg and Erik and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Behounek and family spent several days at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cameron, Steve and Sport of Portland, Oregon have been visiting a week with Mrs. Martha King. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Benge from Bradgate visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Underberg recently. Mrs. Janet Underberg took Mrs. Teddy Behounek to Mercy Hospital to visit Dennis Behounek. Dennis came home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch were supper quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scuffham at Algona to celebrate Kimberly's 7th birthday and Mrs. Pooch's birthday. Mrs. Helen Kozajda and family were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Klein. Mrs. Al Lenertz visited Mrs. Mary Klein one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Behounek and family were evening visitqrs of Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Klein. Nick Klein and Yvonne Smith took Mary and Nancy Kellner to their home at Stewartville. Marilyn Klein accompanied them and will stay two weeks at the Lawrence Kellner home. Larry and Kathy Kellner came home with Nick Klein to visit. Gene Peterson from the Air Force Base in Hawaii visited with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salmon recently. Mrs. Mildred Schwendamann and Betty visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fox and Mark at Britt and Betty remained for a weeks visit. CO-OPERATIVES Lift Your Buying Pdwer The "profits" of a co-operative are paid out as refunds to customers. As a result, two things happen: The customers benefit in proportion to the amount of business they have done with the co-operative; and the whole community benefits because this money is not drained away. It stays in the community to lift everybody's buying power. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO. ........... R, W. Jurgens, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR .............. Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS ELEVATOR CO., Swea City _ Russell Parker, Mgr, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR .............. Cvirtit Lura, Mgr. IRVINOTON CO-OP ELEVATOR ....... E. F. Immerfall, Mgr, LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE ,„ Lorenz GeiUenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR ........ Larry Twedt, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR - ........... .._ j, L Milltr, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode „„ R ( l§ Mqfhtion, Mgr, LEDYARO CO-OP ELEVATOR ™_,_ Btrnard Reilly, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berthy and Jane Kevin of Wakefield, Mass, recently came to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and attend the Wilson reunion. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper Des Moines fob. Co., Algona. (lo.) Upper Des Molnei totldoy, August 3, 1965 WEED A tough weed on the Vallie Zahner farm, Bennett, was finally pulled out of the grourfd even though its root had grown through a rock weighing a pound. The weed was four feet tall. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR ,-™,_ Alfred Schwlti, Mgr. ^»*W^^**^w*^^ STURGEON 4 Harry Johnson, Remsen, caught a 21-pound white sturgeon while fishing in the Missouri River last month. The fish measured 54 lr/2 inches long and was caught with a night- crawler for bait. HUGE SAVINGS NOW IN THE SALE Buy and Save Nowl Use Your Charge Account Flat Sheets and "Ease-On" Fitted Bottom Sheets Reduced LIMITED TIME ONLY AT THESE IMPORTANT SAVINGS Cotton Muslin Cotton Percale Fitted Bottom or Flat TWIN .SIZE .FULL .SIZE I 47 I 67 Fitted Bottom or Flat TWIN SIZE Cotton Muslin Pillow Cases 37$ Cotton Percale Pillow Cases 57$ Stock up on fresh, new bedding at sensational savings I Silky - Soft, cotton sheets and cases in your choice of percale or muslin. And look I You can select either flat or fitted bottom sheets at these low, low prices I They're preshrunk for permanent fit. 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