The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 13
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The honoree's were presented a plant and the cake was baked and decorated by a sister- in-law, Mrs John Bormann. The evening was spen: playing cards. Attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann, Mr'and Mrs Math Bormann and Mrs Annie Cleischccker from Algona; Mr and Mrs John Bormann. and family, Mr and Mrs Lorenz Bormann and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann and Kenneth, Mr and Mrs Ernest Bormann and JoAnn, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas and family and Allan Kirsch all irom here. Trojans Met The St. Joe Trojans 4-H Club met Sept. 28 at the home of Mike Sinnwell. The election of officers was held with president, Ronald Illg, vice president, James Erpelding, sec.-treas., Kenneth Bormann, reporter, Howard Kohlhaas,, historian, Duane Hilbert. recreation chairman, Virgil Wagner. The candidate chosen for county 4-H office is Ronald Illg, with James Erpclding as campaign mantger. Lundh was served by Mrs Joe Sinnwell. ABSENT VOTERS NOTICE Because of some COffflKion in under standing of the Law regarding absent voting, please observe the following so your vote will be counted. AUG. 30 - 1st day for application for Service man's Election Ballot. (Application for a soldier'? ballot may be made by the serviceman himself, his or her spouse, parent, adult brother or sister, or adult child.) SEPT. 29 - 1st day for mailing Serviceman's Ballot OCT. 19 - 1st day to make application for regular ballot OCT. 24 -1st day to vote absen! voter's ballot AT COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE. - - PLEASE NOTE - - 1. Applications must be made to county auditor (53.2) 2. Ballots must be mailed BOTH WAYS unless voted at auditor's office or delivered IN PERSON. (53.9 and 53.17). 3. Only voters outside county can have application and ballot at same ' time by mail. (53.10) 4. Only notary public can be present when voter marks ballot. (Sec. 53.15) 5. Absent voters ballots must be in the auditor's office prior to election day. (53.17) EXCERPTS FROM Excerpts from Absent voters law: 53.2 Any voter, . . . may on any day not Sunday, election day, or a holiday and not more than 20 days prior to the dato of election, make application to the county auditor ... for an official billot to be voted at such election. 53.4 Said officers (Auditor) shall fur-_ nish to any qualified voter of the coun-^~ ty . . . blanks on which to make application for such ballot. 53.9 Upon receipt of such application, and immediately after the ballots are printed, it shall bo the duty of the auditor to mail such applicant, postage prepaid, such official ballot .. , 53.10 If the voter is absent from the county and requeft*. such application by letter, the auditor may send him both the aplication and the ballot at tht same THE IOWA LAWS 53.11 Such officer (Auditor) shall deliver said ballot to any qualified elector appearing in pe/son at the office of the auditor . . . and subscribing to the foregoing application not more than 15 days before the date of said election, but said ballot shall bo immediately marked, inclosed in the ballot envelope with proper affidavit thereon, and re. turned to said officer. 53.15 Tho voter, on receipt of said ballot . . . shall in the presence of the officer administering the oath (notary pubic, etc.) and of no other person, mark such ballot . . . but in such a manner thaf such officer will not know haw such ballot is marked. ' 53.17 The sealed envelope contain* ing the said billot . . . may be personally delivered by the voter to the auditor ... If net so delivered, said envelope shall be inclosed in a carrier envelope, which •Hell also be securely sealtd,-and mailed by the voter, postage paid, to reach said auditor ,., prior to election day. MARC MOORE BOUNTY AUDITOR First Child Mr and Mrs Jerry Becker are parents of a son born at the Britt hospital Sept. 25. This is their first child. New Arrival # Mr and Mrs Bob Kirsch are parents of a daughter born Sept. 26 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort JDodge. They also have a son, Allan. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Bormann are "the maternal grandparents and Math Kirsch is the paternal grandparent. David Kirsch, son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Kirsch of Wesley is spending this week with his pa ternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Peter Kirsch. The R-Nu Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs Nicholas Weydert with Mrs Adeline Wagner receiving high prize and Mrs Orville Wagner received second high and travel pnzes. Mrs Ray Thilges entertained her 500 club Wednesday with Mrs Marvin Kramer, Mrs Peter Kirsch and Mrs Eel Bormann as guests. Mrs Martin Friders, Mrs Peter Kirsch and Mrs Ed Bormann received prizes. Mrs John B. Reding entertained her 500 club on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Eddie Zeimet, Hay warden, Calif, as guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs William Devine, Mrs E. J. Gales and Mrs Joe Sinnwell. Mrs Bob Anderson, Lansing. Mich, arrived Friday morning to attend the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary observance of her parents Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner Oct. 1. Mrs Willie Thilges entertained her 500 club Tuesday with Mrs Tom McKcown and Mrs CIctus Salz as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs Tom McKcown, Mrs Edwin Thilges and Mrs Bob Bormann. Jeanne Friders of Algona is spending this week here in the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Willie Thilges and family. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN SAN DIEGO. Canf. — Richard V. Christcnscn, son of Mr and Mrs Morton J. Christcnscn of Whiltemoro, Iowa, graduated from recruit training Sept. 16 at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. The graduation exercises, marking the end of nine weeks of "boot camp", included a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian-dignitaries. In nine weeks or instruction, the ''raw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the fleet. CATFISH Wayne Hart, of Lancsboro, went fishing recently in the Raccoon river near there, and the result was a 22Vz pound flathead catfish. He caught the big one on a live chub. He says he's hooked some big ones before, and had lines snapped, but this is "one that didn't gel away." FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEX. — M/Sgt. Forrest W. Smith, son of Mrs Sarah' E. Smith, Algona. Iowa, is participating with other personnel from the 32d Medical Depot of the Brooke Army Medical Center's 67th Medical Group in Operation Big Move at Camp Bullis, Tex. The operation is scheduled to be completed Sept. 24. Sergeant Smith, a medical equipment repairman in the depot at Fort Sam Houston, Tex., entered the Army in 1942. The sergeant attended Algona High School. His wife, Sara, is with him at the fort. FORT BELVOIR, Va. — Army PFC Kent V. Hoover, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover Sr., Algona, Iowa, recently completed tnc 11- week diescl engine repair course at The Engineer School. Fort Bclvoir, Va. He was trained to repair fuel injection systems, diesel engines and auxiliary starting motors on heavy engineer equipment, such .as crane- shovels, tractors, graders and air compressors. Hoover entered the Army in August 1959 and completed basic combat training r.i Fort Rilev. Kan. The 23-year-old soldier is a 1954 graduate of Titonka high school. One Driver Is Charged After Local Mishaps Local police officers investigated two mishaps and filed charges against one driver here Friday. Robert R. Steven, Algona, was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle after his auto and a car driven by Robert McAllister collided on East State street. Both vehicles were headed cast, at the time. McAllister attempted to turn north and was i struck while making the turn. I Damage to the McAllister auto : was estimated at $250, while $150 I damage resulted to the Steven ' auto. The mishap occurred at I 12:40 p.m. j At 6:20 p.m., an auto driven by John J. Marti, 30, Algona struck the rear of a truck driven by Immanucl Weiss, 44,' Rodman, on South Phillips street. No charges filed. Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $300. Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1960 Alflona (fa.) Upper Des Mon*i-§ for o gloriout week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New A person with charm is one who can make another feel that both of them are pretty wonderful people. "I can buy chicks for.less, why pay more for Hy-Une birds!*' Answer: It always costs more to produce something measurably better. Generally you get what you pay for. And how much ahead are you to pay less for chicks which earn a lot less later on? Hy-Line layers returned from 27* to $1.14 more income (an average of 551 more per bird) than the 9 next largest-selling layers in 22 official Random Sample Tests ending in 1958 and 1959. Yes, an average) of 55* extra income after deducting all feed and chick costs! Hy-Line chicks cost a little more, return much mor* •slayers. ORDER J»¥ FROM YOUR LOCAL SALESMEN ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fontori LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER! 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