The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
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Oefcltf 11, I960 SUgona Upper Brs iMoinrs October 11, 1960 4-H Judging Team Places Seventh, Cattle Congress The Kossuth County 4-H Dairy Judging loam won seventh place in the Sjate Dairy Judging contest at the Waterloo Cnttle Congress Friday. Team members were John Ru- fier of Fcnton; Auiiur Mogler of Whiltemorc; Gary Banwart of Ottoson and Allen Bode of Algona. Members placed «elght classes of cows and heifers and gave two sets of written and oral reasons on the cwsses. The contest was climaxed-by a banquet at the Tavern on the Green in Waterloo where members were honored for their judging achievement. 25 teams took part in the contest this year. Robert Johnson, county ex-tension associate, accompanied the team. Three Kossuth 4-H dairy mem-' bers were recognized for their achievement in the State Dairy Production Contest this year. They wore Charles Bierstedt of Whittemore and Allen and Russell Bode of Algona. Charles' Holstcln cow produced_473 Ibs. of buttorfat; Allen's 442 Ibs. and Russell's 500 Ibs on a 305 day mature equivalent in the contest. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. THE WE HAVE EVER HELD! Inventory reduction-quality merchandise r ~~~ from our regular.stock MARKED WAY DOWN! ••!^«rs?s:i^5a it to >. move fast t. • i i, Algona Toast masters Install Officer ». ^^a^^k^^ J Demos Set Up County Hq. In Algona Building Donald W. Murray, Kossuth County Democratic chairman, announced Saturday thai -headquarters for ,the DefnocrfcMc party had been set up in the former Pink Petal i-foral Shop on North Thorington street, east of the courthouse. The building was leased from Wiltgen Jewelry lor use from now until the general election Nov. 8. Democrats, Young Democrats and Democratic'Women are sharing cost of the project, which will be used as an information center, for distribution of literature and campaign materials and as a meeting place for campaign workers. The Kossuth County Democratic Women's Club meeting has been postponed from Saturday, October 22nd The meeting is scheduled at 2:00 P.M. at the Algona Hotel. All members are urged to attend and bring their friends. William F. Steelc, Algona Chamber of Commerce Secretary was installed as President of Algona's Toastmasters Club on Monday, October 3. Dave Hollowcll. Area Governor from Belmont, Iowa represented Toastmastors International as he performed the rites that placed Mr Slecle in the highest office of the club. ; Mr HoiUowcll also installed Dr. TYPEWRITERS, all popular makes and at competitive prices. Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. D. D. Arnold, Algona Chiropractor as Educational Vice President, Darrcll Ludwig, associati of the Penny Co. as Administrative Vice President, Charles Ness, Manager of the Iowa State Employment Service at Secretary, Dr. William Clegg, Algona Chiropractor as. Treasurer, and John Nouholz, District Representative of Quaker Oats Co. as Sergeant of Arms. Because it was Ladies night, the club wives were in attendance to see their husbands accept the duties and responsibilities thrust upon them by the installation rites. Toastmasters International \s a nonprofit, nonsectarian educfi(| tional organization which ha* helped more than a half-millioft men through its program of 8e1f£ expression and self-improve* ment. -T" The Algona Toastmastors Glutt meets Mondays, 6 ,p.m., Hotel Alf gona. Visitors ate always "WeU come. The club maintains a spca? kers bureau and although Tonstit masters clubs are not permittc to endorse any cause or organiz tion, requests for speakers m be presented to the speeke bureau. The speakers bureau wi be happy to cooperate by ing for volunteers to fill such signments. F.i ^ »i ».M ( U-* Jl i J ,,,(. :>•!'' :>.(.t I. 1 ^^31^7^7777' •i t if : \ v»<.4 } i "I '.! ' >•! i'j-xrvj f i «fo$e out ii bts ««et W,£ a >MH t r i.; SPECIAL TERMS r< i \ ,ot ,-•» re. .11 IK t. t ises'bvef' »-, no '.'it MS.-,- .vlSivo.f ,•,•:!?.',.'; t -. .. . i.,. . ; i., -.,•.' FLIASI NOTE: we have good quantities of many tate'items, *ut tome of Ik* ttecb are limited, so please come early ... we don't want to disappoint anyone. ^ ' Look for the red tags! the biggest sate we have evei" held I HOW IN PROGRESS! •*^ — j - ••' • ' • '*•" •""' «•*-••'.*••< .^'^H.^. v » .„».,. IBW, 'cocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxioc IlillllffllMIHIIliaililH WHEN YOU "GIVE The United Fund Way YOU "I JUST GAVE TO THE UNITED FUND!" IVE FOR MANY & CAUSES- Here are foots concerning Algona's 1960 United Fund Campaign! 1 4 The success of last year's first united fund campaign in Algena indicated strong public acceptance and desire for giving THE UNITED WAY. It reduced expenses that would have been involved in many separate campaigns — it approached very nearly the goal of eliminating all door-to-door selicita> tions, j, It provided investigation by a large representative committee of local citiiens into the worthiness and, merit of the causes with special attention • being given, to the requirement that a maximum portion, of funds, allocated be used for intended causes and minimunvfor org'aniiation expense. • ,.''''• ; K;-Tfc« I'.; '.'.' ; ' Information-from other cities discloses that the second and third year of United fund campaigns are somewhat critical years if some start to think that "the other fellow will carry the load" or thai the individual • contribution can be reduced or neglected. ' • • • • > The need for the various causes is ever present; and the best way to do our part as a helping with these problems arid programs is for each to do his part. Remember, when you malte your pledge or contribution that f YOU A*l tOkrRIBUTING TO ELEVEN DIFFERENT WP*T^Y CAU-, SES (unless you designate Individual causes); te yeu are urf*eHo ntefcf your pledge or contribution a,generous one supporting severer causal ALL AT ONCE. • . •.••••.'. i . ' ' ''•'.'}.',• •:' '': ".•'••' f. JOHN CLAUDE, PRESIDENT ;,,'•' UNITED FUND OF ALGONA •1 THE GOAL FOR 1960! fc RED CROSS. The Red Cross furnishes volunteer aid in cases of pestilence, famine, fire and other disasters. The federal government designates the agency for responsibility in providing relief in many disasters. Assistance is provided in swimming instruction and life saving and first aid instruction. • ALGONA CHARITIES, INC. Provides a helping hand for many in real need, particularly children, in the Algona community, and in cases not covered by government type aid. This includes corrective measures for defects of eyes, hearing, teeth, and limb*; and funds are allocated according to need upon investigation by the school nurse, with some 70 cases, more or less, receiving attention annually. , GIRL SCOUTS provide instruction end leadership in healthful arid useful activity for increasing numbers of growing girls, contributing to development of skills and character. Many capable and devoted local leaders contribute unselfishly of their time and talent to make a program a success. IOWA CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY- provides care and counselling in foster family boarding homes for the child who hes to live away from home end for the unmarried mother. Adoption service for couples wishing to adopt is also available. BOY SCOUTS OP AMERICA (PRAIRIE GOLD AREA) Includes many local boys age 8 and over in a part of the Natitnal erganiiation dedicated to the task of developing physical fitness, skill, se|f.relience, courage, and high ideals of service to God end country. Increasing numbers of growing boys include scouting as a major influenee along with home, church and school. ($300 ef this amount contingent upon district scout service representative being established in Algona prior to August I, 1961.) SALVATION ARMY'S work is directed toward care of the poor with food, clothing and shelter, provides care for unwed mothers, prisoners and parolees and their families, aid in national emergencies, and work with and for service men. KOSSUTH COUNTY SOCIETY FOR RETARDED CHILDREN, provides .id by special day school, obtains specialist advice, and endeavors *o make it possible for retarded children to become more dependent upon themselves and fit into community life. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, Iowa Division, Inc. for research, education and services $2,600 $1,000 $ 725 $ $2,380 740 $1,600 * 1,100 HEART CAUSES end POLIO CAUSES These cripplers and killers must beaHacked relentlessly; and education, research, and trM»»nent must eon- tinut until the hatards are reduced to a minimum. MENTAL HEALTH, An increasing problem being attacked and alleviated by research, services and care I $1,000 $ 4M 11,710 TOTAL $lW15 Campaign Starts-October 21-Residential Areas CAMPAIGN EXPENSE, shrinkage, office, and clerical BUSINESS* CANVASS BEGINS OCTOBER

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