The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1965 · Page 12
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State Observing Patriotic Week p -°- Announces A New System For Parcel Post Kossuth county played a prominent part in the signing of a proclamation by Governor Harold Hughes, last week, designating the week of Oct. 10-16 as Patriotic Education Week.' A group of children of the American Revolution and their senior leaders are pictured above as the proclamation is signed. Left to right, fron row, are Mrs. D. W. Patterson, senior state president of Hurt; Martha Babcock, Mason City, state president of the CAR; Cheryl Ruby, Mason City, state patriotic education chairman; Mrs. Harold Pasey, advisor, Mason City; Mrs. Vance Marquis, Marcus, state treasurer; Vana Joy Marquis, and Vance Bruce Marquis, flag bearers; Betty Mae Carson, Oskaloosa, past state president; and Linda Fairbanks, Burt, state custodian. _ Back row, left to right: L. James Carson, Oskaloosa, 2nd vice president; James Voigt, Fenton, state registrar; Mrs. James Carson, Oskaloosa, past state president; Judge Carson, Oskaloosa; Col. V. B. Marquis, Marcus; and Mrs. FredGeigel, Algona. 60 At LuVerne Shower Honoring Sheryl Goetsch About sixty guests attended the pre-nuptial shower in the Lu- Verne Methodist Fellowship rooms honoring sneryl Ann Goetsch. A short program of readings was given by Mrs. LeRoy Weber and Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Duet by Mrs. Ben Hefty and Mrs. Harold Wolf were accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Thorn. A contest of the making a bride's veil from tissue paper was enjoyed and a musical guessing game. Hostesses were Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom, Mrs. LeRoy Weber, Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. Ralph Stoll, Mrs. John Voss, Jr., Mrs. Faye Lichty, Mrs. Joseph Thorn, Mrs. Harold Nielsen, St., Mrs. Allen Blake, Mrs. Roland Walline, Mrs. Dale Zentner and Mrs. Herlev Nielsen of Bode. Miss Sheryl Ann Goetsch was also the honored guest at a prenuptial shower Tuesday evening in the Larry Knight home in Sioux City, Her mother, Mrs. William Goetsch attended. - o - Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande attended the funeral of the infant son, Shannon Kelly Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson, Dakota City. Mrs. Pergande is an aunt of Mr. Anderson. Mrs. Joe Raising concluded a visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande and returned to her home at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. P. E, Griffith, Lexington, Ky,, and her mother, Mrs. Clara Rogers of Ft. Dodge, called on friends in LuVerne. Mrs. Rogers, a long-time LuVerne resident lives with her daughter in Ft. Dodge. Larry Lee, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Algona, was baptized in the morning service of the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church. The Rev. Ralph Hindman, pastor, officiated, A dinner followed the service In the home of the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel in Lu- Verne. Guests attending were the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith of Bancroft, the great-grandmother, STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION (Act of October U, 1N2; Section 4Mt, Till* 99. United States Cod*} 1. Date of Filing — Sept. 30. 1965. 2. Title of Publication — Algona Upper Des Molnes. 3. Frequency Of Issue — Semi- Weekly. 4. Location Of Known Office Of Publicaion (Street, city, county, state, zip code) — 111 East Call St.. Kossuth county. Algona, Iowa — 5. Location Of The Headquarters Or General Business Offices Of The Publishers (Not printers) — Same. 6. Names And Addresses Of Publisher. Editor, And Managing Editor — Publisher (Names and address) — R. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa; Editor (Name and address) — R. B. Waller. Algona Iowa; Managing Editor (Name and address) — Don Smith, Jr., Algona, Iowa. 7. Owner (If owned by a corporation, its name an address must be stated and also immediately there- under the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by a corporation, the names and addresses of the Individual owners must be given. If owned by a partnership or other unincorporated firm, its name and address, as well as that of each individual must be given.) — Name — R. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa. 8. Known Bondholders Mortgag- ffagees. And Other Security Holders Owning Or Holding I Percent Or More Of Total Amount Of Bonds. Mortgages Or Other Securities (U there are none, so state) — None. 10. This Item Must Be Completed For All Publicaions Except Those Which Do Not Carry Advertising Other Than The Publisher's Own And Which Are Named In Sections 132.231. 132432, And 132*53. Postal Manual (Sections 435Sa. 435Sb. and 4356 of Title 39. United States Code). Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months: A. Total No. Copies Printed (Net Press Run) — 9,700; B. Paid Circulation — 1. To term subscribers by mall, carrier delivery or by other means — 4,824; 2. Sales through agents, news dealers, or otherwise — 64S: C. Free Distribution (including samples) By Mail Carrier Delivery. Or By Other Means — 148; D. Total No. Of Copies Distributed — 5.617. Single Issue Nearest To Filing Date: A. Total No. Copies Printed (Net Press Run) — 5,750; B. Paid Circulation — 1. To term subscribers by mall, carrier delivery or by other means — 4.900; 2. Sales through agents, news dealers, or otherwise — 637; C. Free Distribution (including samples) By Mail, Carrier Delivery. Or By Other Means — 148; D. Total No. Of Copies Distributed 5,685. I certify that the statements made by me above are correct and com- Plete " R. B. W.U.. Mrs. Sula Frantz and an au^ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy, both of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona were Friday evening visitors with his brother, the Wm. Goetschs. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Wm. Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Naffziger visited their son, David Naffziger, a freshman at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls., on Dad's Day. David, playing a trumpet in the college band, appeared In a concert there Saturday evening. Billy Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf, who recently joined the National Guard, is now at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Jim Lothe exhibited a baby beef at the Ak-Sar-Ben livestock show at Omaha, Neb. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lothe and a member of the Norway Vikings 4-H club. ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 BoBB/DattN ^^ and • DONaiPOCONNOR, FeeliNG TECHNICOLOR* A UNIVERSAL PICTURE STARTS THURSDAY ie'S ..&:*•» '- / •Seat/ '3iL£fe A new program which provides reliable "Scheduled Service" for parcel post throughout the state of Iowa was announced today by Postmaster W. W, Sullivan. The program provides a scheduled delivery date for any parcel mailed to any of Iowa's 1,006 post offices. The program will be based on a one and two day delivery schedule. Success of the program will depend to a large extent on precision timing In the transferring of bulk malls at major cities throughout the area. The Post Office Department has found, "Postmaster Sullivan said, "that one of the major problems of parcel post service has been lack of dependability of delivery. For many mailers it is often more important to know when a parcel is going to be delivered that it is just to get in there in a hurry." For these reasons the Post Office Department developed the concept of scheduled service. At Algona mailing deadlines for this service will be 3 p. m. In the Scheduled Service area, ZIP Coded parcels will be transported to the destination post office on the fastest available transportation and will be delivered to the addressee on the next day of scheduled parcel delivery. In most cases, ihis will mean next-day parcel service with a maximum of second-day for more distant offices^ Postmaster Sullivan explained, because parcel post deliveries are made five days out of the week. While the postoffice department announcement did not mention it, the development of a delivery system by United Parcel Service has been rapid and to some extent may have been making Inroads on the volume wannm WE'RE 44 YEARS OLD! OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT, OCT. 13 7 to 9 EXTRA SHOPPING HOURS FOR OUR ANNIVERSARY (STORE CLOSED 5:30 to 7) STARTING WEDNESDAY SSSSS///M'//////'//M'//W/'///^^^ REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZE FREE BALLOONS WEDNESDAY NIGHT FOR THE CHILDREN These Specials Wednesday Night Only WESTERN JEANS $1.66 oz. Denim, Reg. $2.27, Long Wearing, Reinforced, Sanforized, Sizes 6-16, Reg. And Slims LADIES' NECK SCARVES 44c Squares & Longs, Wools And Blends, Reg. $1 — For 2 Hours Only Wed. 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