The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 1, 1966
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Algona, (la.) Upper D«$ Moines TuMday, February 1, 1966 Burt Woman Heads Drive, Easter Seals Volunteer committee leaders for the various phases of the 1966 Easter Seal Campaign were announced this week by Mrs. Delbert Hayford, State Easter Seal chairman for the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults. In Kossuth county, Mrs. Hayford named Mrs. Russell Patterson as county chairman, assisted by: Mrs. Russell Patterson, mail committee chm., Burt; Mrs. Russell Patterson, finance chm., Burt; Miss Joyce Hayden, case service committee co-chm., Algona; Mrs. Helen Huber, case sendee committee co-chm., Algona. Assisting organizations: XDCI , Chapter Beta Sigma Phi, Algona. Town chairmen: Algona, Beta Sigma Phi XIXI Chapter; Bancroft, Mrs. Ralph WeberjBurt} Mrs. Pat McGuire; Fenton,Mrs. Peter Koenck; Lakota, Miss Lena Gutknecht; Ledyard, Mrs. Bernard Reilly; Lone Rock, Miss Neva Thompson; Lotts Creek, Mrs. Victor Dau; LuVerne,Mrs. Ed Lindebak; Swea City, Mrs. Raymond Johnson; Titonka, Mrs. C. R. Krantz.; Wesley, Miss Anna Flora; Whittemore, Mrs. Victor Dau. Township chairmen: Buffalo, Mrs. C. R. Krantz; Burt, Miss Naomi Junkermeier; Cresco, Beta Sigma Phi XDH Chapter; Eagle, Mrs. Paul Weichmann; Fenton, Miss Neva Thompson; Garfield, Mrs. Marcus Zumach; German, Mrs. LeRoy Phelps; Grant, Mrs. Robert Briggs; Greenwood, Mrs. Ralph Weber; Harrison, Mrs. Raymond Johnson; Hebron, Mrs. George Ennen; Irvington, Mrs. Mervin Bristow; Ledyard, Mrs. Bernard Reilly; Lincoln, Mrs. Jake Wessels; LuVerne, Mrs. Ed Lindebak; Plum Creek,Mrs.Du- ane Mawdsley; Portland, Mrs. Alvin Rasmussen; Prairie, Mrs. J. W. Downs; Ramsey, Mrs. Arthur Menke; Riverdale, Mrs. Martin McGuire; Seneca, Mrs. Henry Looft; Sherman, Mrs. Ed Hanselman; Springfield, Mrs. Orville Runfcsmeier; Swea, Mrs. Charles McElwee; Union, Mrs. Bernard Gifford; Wesley, Mrs. John Bleich; Whittemore, Mrs. Marcus Zumach. ! Burt j Bill Batt and son Howard, Sr., and daughters, Mrs. Betty Jean Miller and Mrs. Robert Angus, spent Sunday with Mrs. Batt, a patient at University hospital, Iowa City. Mrs. Batt has been hospitalized for about a month and will be confined there for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Bream, Yankton, S. D., spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley. Rev. Merlin C. Davies is spending from Monday through Thursday at Simpson College, Indianola, where he Is attending the annual Iowa Methodist Pastor's school. Sunday night, Rev. Davies will .be guest speaker at a family fellowship night at the Swea City Methodist church and Jan. 31 he will speak to a group of students at Emmetsburg Jr. College, Gerald Hilton, Mankato, spent Twin Rivers School District to vote on $150,000 bond issue "Automated date maker— as the girls go by, select your number, press the pedal and 'kapow!'—" the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton. Patricia Schwietert, student nurse at Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her .parents, the Merle Schwieterts. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blerstedt, Lakota, called at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ella Meyer, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding entertained at a roller skating party at the Algona rink Saturday. The occasion was in honor of their son Brad's birthday. •Residents of the Twin Rivers Community School District (Ottosen-Uvermore- Bode) will go to the polls on Wednesday, fed. 23, to Vote on a $150,000 bond issue for school improvements. Polls will be open from noon to 7 p. m. at the school building In Ottosen, Livermore town hall and Bode town hall. If approved by the necessary 60% majority, funds will be used for remodeling the three buildings in the district The proposal is completely differ* ent than that presented two years ago in which a building program was also planned. At that time a $180,500 bond issue was defeated. This time, the proposal is to remodel and modernize facilities. The only new building suggested is construction of an entry way from the Bode gym to the mobile unit used for music classes. About half of the $150,000 proposed issue is to be used for installing glass block windows in all three schools and to convert all furnaces from coat to fuel oil or gas. Also proposed is modernization of the libraries at the high school in Bode and at the grade school at Livermore. In addition, thermostatic heat controls are to be installed in the grade buildings. Other projects planned include*, lighting of the baseball field at Livermore; repairing of floors and ceilings; and installation of ventilating fans in the gym at Bode. Supt Leonard A. Miller heads Twin Rivers Community District which has about 600 students. School board members are: Tommy Kissinger of Livermore, president, Daryl Frederick of Livermore, Keith Rolland and Robert Nelson of Bode and Arthur Zeman of Ottosen. Mrs. Shirley Knudson of Bode is secretary and Wilfred Rood of Bode, treasurer. Completes Gl Duty Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rochleau, received his discharge from the Army at Ft. Dlx, New Jersey, on Jan. 20 and arrived home by plane that night. He entered the Army in January, 1964. At Workshop Session Richard Gronbach, LuVerne, has been in Mankato attending a Smith-Douglass sales workshop at the Inn Town Motel, to learn more about fertilizer, farm chemicals and nitrogen needs of crops grown in the Lu- Verne area. We Don't Play Games With Your Food Dollar Wouldn't you really rather have cash savings than trading stamps, funny money, or raffle tickets? Nice green money is redeemable most any place. And you're always a winner with cash savings at Hood's Super Valu. Pay Less at Hood's Super Valu Our Total Savings Program is simplicity itself. We sell every item at the lowest possible price . . . you SAVE the difference. When our buying costs increase, we raise prices a penny or two. When costs decrease we immediately reduce prices. One thing is for certain. Your TOTAL FOOD BILL is always MUCH LESS at Hood's Super Valu. Total Savings We don't play games with your food dollar. No funny money, no raffle tickets or other costly gimmicks. Cash savings are so much nicer. Better get with the THRIFTY ONES who enjoy TOTAL SAVINGS at Hood's. HOOD'S Des Moines Tribune Jan. 28, 1966 (When grocery store owners were asked by the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics how they made up for the cost of stamp plans, most of them, said they offered fewer low- priced specials. Some said they simply raised prices.) IN ALGONA

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