The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1960 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1960
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(la.) Upp.f D«t Molna*- Tufoday, Nay. I, Students Pick Class Officers AtLedyard Ledyard - Last week th, High school student body elect ed the members of the Studen Council as follows: 'President — John Miller; vk< president — Darwin Jbrgenson secretary — Sandra Johnson • treasurer — Larry DeBoer; clas . representatives., Seniors — John Miller — Carol Ann Runkibneier Juniors — Jeanette Richter <Jerry Payne; Sophomores — Ro ger Green -^Marlin Lloyd; and Freshmen — bale Brandt and Susan Rhbda. Extra , Curricular Represents lives; Band — Sandra Johnson Girl's Basketball —. Pamela' Keil Boy's Basketball — Dean Logeman; Chorus — Larry De Boer Declamatory — Beth Johnson Science Club — Darwin Jprgen- . son^ Madonna Sullivan, who attends the Antoniarr School of Nursinj at; Carroll spent the week em visiting her parents. Mr and Mn VJ, F.. Sullivan. / The October meeting of the Modern'ette Club was held at the hditte of'Ruth Carpenter recent- 1 ly with a dessert luncheon served at a : table decorated in the Halloween .'theme. The lesson •w,as given tby Mildred Looft. Ruth Carpenter's, birthday was observed. ( ' ' \ -Mrs Edward Looft arid Mrs : .D t B. Mayet attended the Past Matrons cjub of the, Swea City Chapter ' at the ,home of Mrs V, A. Barrett at' Lakota. Mrs Mayer .was assisting -hostess. iMrJ and'Mrs Harvey Coates'of Dearborn',' 'Michigan who- ; dre visiting, ; relatives i in Kossuth County spent the i week end at the-.home of Mrs ;Lena Warner. The ladies, are sisters. • Mr and Mrs 'Howard Mayne of 'Long Beach,. California, visited friends and relatives in and arqund Ledyard recently., >; Rev. Victor Vriesen preached recently at the Mission Festival at Minnesota Lake. '• , ,,.- .;••;,. Mrs Edith Corderman left last, week af t^r spending a Week ' at the home of'her daughter and family, the 1 ;Fred Duttons. -Mrs Corderman returned to Waterloo and from therfe will go to Florida to spend'the winter. Mrs' Gertrude Wiemer', has; returned after visiting her ' bro'the'r John''Tillmone'y and' his wife' iff Des Moines for several days. William Wienjer wps in .Des Moihes Wednesclay on business and his nipther*returned l with.' him.'"' ' ' JMrs" Hazel Carpenter and Mrs E.jA. Carpenter on Friday took Mrs Max Zarling to Mason City after she had spent the week here with her sister Mrs Hazel; Carpenter. From there she re-.' lurned to her home in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and two; , sons, Mrs, Martha Schroeder'rar^d (Barbara frbtn Ledyard andilylr^nd'Mrs Wa'y'ne Gade and ehUdrenfof Whittemore' went to Wellsburg, for '-a Housewarming at the home of Mr and Mrs Larry Meyer, Mrs Meyer is the former Karen Schroeder daughter of Mrs Martha Schroeder. v Mrs Lillian Brack accompanied her son Wilson and wife of Lakota to Storm Lake on Friday where they visited Rpger son .of the Wilson Bracksat College. He returned with them for the week end. Mr and Mrs Fred Looft and Mr and Mrs Bernie Looft of Swea City visited Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingel, Mrs Hazel Carpenter and her sister Mrs Max Zarling of Minneapolis who was visiting here, visited relatives in Granada on Thursday, • ' Methodist Circles met Thursday with the Esther Circle meeting at the home of Mrs Edward Looft, the Mary Circle at the home of • Mrs Fred Samek irj Burt, NOTES OF SERVICE MEN DENVER, COLO. (AHTNC) — Army Sergeant First Class Martin H- Thilges, son of Mr and Mrs Will Thilges, 708 N. Church st., Algonu, was assigned to Fitz- sirnons General Hospital in Den- vW Colo., Oct. 13. Sergeant Thilges, a medical technician at the hospital, entered U»« Army in September 1952 and was last stationed in Germany. His wife, Ulrika, Jives in Aurora, Colo, Bfr and Mrs C. Rector of Sibley recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They were ! munled October 14, 1900 at Le! bttoon, jaissoMTJ. They have a spn i «ud 009 grandson, an ,o- D a a a a a a a a a FOR PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR HERSCHEL C. LOVELESS FOR GOVERNOR EDWARD J. McMANUS FOR CONGRESS MERWIN COAD ^^^^ ' • ^ ^^*^m ^~ m VUWM—.:—a^C.. "~~ *"'" "~^*^^**^~— M?- *~i - .: Party That Works For You DEMOCRATIC* ' * •••..•'.'•' < - • ' •. v A "LOCAL LEVEL" TICKET OF CAPABLE, QUALIFIED MEN AND WOMEN FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTY AND DISTRICT ••: , •••• ••'•'" ;; < '" ' ' ', • I • . • ' • ';';••.• ..-' j-.-. -v:'•:'.;.;'•' THE DUTIES OF COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS ARE NOT GLAMOROUS. THEY M . REQUIRE GOOD COMMON SENSE, WILLINGNESS TO HANDLE DETAILS, ABILITY r r -: TO MEET AND WORK WITH THEIR BOSSES (You Taxpayers) AND A SENSE OF , DEDICATION TO DOING THEIR JOB CORRECTLY* ECONOMICALLY. THESE CANDIDATES WILL SERVE YOU WELL COUNTY ATTORNEY GORDON VVINKEL Algona COUNTY RECORDER CLARA VVALKER Algona COUNTY AUDITOR GLEE BULfOCK Burt y. CLERK of COURT ALMATPEARSON Algona for COUNTY SHERIFF RALPH LINDHORST Algona COUNTY TREASURER ROSELLA VOIGT Whittemore D D FOR COUNTY SUPERVISORS •n : .- 5th l! DISTRICT A. J. (Tony) KOLLASCH Swea City 4th DISTRICT , BEN SIEHLMANN Tltonka 1st DISTRICT CHARLES PL AT HE St. Joe for STATE SENATOR JOHN J. BROWN Emmetsburg STATE REPRESENTATIVE CASEY LOSS Algona for' DISTRICT JUDGE JOSEPH P. HAND Emmetsburg Can you stand four more years of this; Farm prices down 17% , . , farm income down 24% ,, , Farm parity ratio down 21% . Farrh purchasing power down 29%.— the lowest since 1940 .,. ; Public ridicule of farm programs , . , Packer, processor domination of the U.S. ; Department of Agriculture |l|llll(lllllllilllllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!llllll^ I Nixon said: • ' 1 "I predict that the verdict of history j will be that Secretary Benson has peen one of the best secretaries of agriculture in our history ,, ." Des Moines, Iowa , 4/21/54 iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS THE PEOPLE'S PARTY Enacted & Expanded A National Social Security Program ; Democratic Congress Voted Statehood for t Alaska & Hawaii Enacted National Defense Education Act To Face Tomorrow's Problems, Passed But Had Vetoed 3 Farm Bills To Aid Agriculture THE STATE DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP "KEPT ITS WORD THE IOWA SALES TAX WAS CUT TO 2% VOTE DEMOCRATIC ON NOVEMBER 8 (Prepared, Inserted & To Be Paid For By Kossuth Democratic Central CommiWee) rr a

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