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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1960
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Dept, of History and Dea Moines 19, By Huss Wallet^ , TT ... '.;«'!'. * •. ! ' . People Have some pretty definite ideas, whel} it domes to individual * political patties.,,, 'arid their candidates, .blitl the Special vote today'Oft the 1 mattef"of 1 whether or ( not'< a,Constitutional Convention shall be''held'has beeti something of a", .puzzler ' to ' the average' pers"on. There are 1W6 strong points of view, however. The Farm ^Bureau of ,the • state has been 'pretty emphatic in -op* position, and the" League"-of Women Voters has been equally as strong in favor*,of, the special measure. By Wednesday, night of this week everyone should know how it came out. * •'•'•• One thing that the Algona unit of the League of Women Voters found out was explained to' the 1 Rotary Club, however, by Marge Bartholomew and Phyllis Bray, Monday noon. In doing research on the Constitution of the State of Iowa they discovered that the state constitution prohibits women' frorn voting. Women do vote, however, because an amendment to the • Federal Constitution empowers, them, to do sd. * '*-.-•» Last week's county ad for the Democratic 'party: accjUirea'plehty of mileage. It ran Tuesday in the Upper Des Moines, Wednesday in the Bancroft Register, then back -to Algona, then to Titonka and finally wound up at Whittemore. .All the. same type. ; We don't know how it missed Swea City but maybe it couldn't be/ worked into tljeir production schedule in the final wlndup. The Republican ad • also traveled around to a lesser degree, two timers in Algona and also at Bancroft. . t' * • « l Even with 65,000 people 1 at a football game it's a small wBrld. >Right.after'the ,game,~as, the, 00,000 were pouring out of the Minnesota stadium, we rah " smack dab into Luke Linnan. Incidentally we Were both looking for the special buses we each took to the stadium. Your scribe finally found his, but Luke had to settle for a ride,downtown in another bus from the Minneapolis Athletic Club, which obligingly dropped him off'at the Curtis Hotel however. ' * »> • * , Football was developed to be enjoyed, like all othet- sports. It . is a shame to let a few word thumpers ruin a wholesome but friendly rivalry. And. this y$ar it appeared that partisanship was remaining on a more even keel. Well, another presidential election is being settled. The disappointments and the triumphs will be short-lived. The victors will naturally feel a brief period of exultation, but then comes the impact of reality that public office carries with it more than glory, a responsibility that is not always roses. •-•',•• It is .a step in the right direction, it seems to us, to • place county elective otfices on a four-year basis. With two-year terms an office holder no more than gets settled back than it is time to hit the campaign trail again, » » • And perhaps a non-partisan runoff for county office might be a forward step. Primary voting would determine the finalists, selecting the two final candidates for office with the highest vote total -" without party designa* tion. * . * * Between football and election bets, there should* be no problem in keeping money in circulation these days. • » • Ronnie Clark, son of Mr end- Mrs Don Cla.rk .pf Galbraith: is an ingenious student down at the- University of Iowa. Ronnie put a coin into a meter but the meter failed to register the deposit. He left Ws car/returning later to fin4 a ticket on the windshield. Ro'b- bie opened up his trunk, got out a screwdriver, took off the meter head and drove to the Iowa City police station. Thete' he showed his ticket and asked the officers to put in a dime. They did; the meter again failed to register, Then they tore up Ronnie's tic**'. . ' ,' . AH of which brings us to the comment thaj "three days.after |.ta ejection allthjs bjanjjf closed M£ tbJH* w|W be In the streets." % • ESTABLISHED 1863 Jfattrtd u Mated clu* mutter *t th« po*tof«c« *t 10**, Nov. 1, 1831, under Aot of Congww of Mirch 1, J«7».' ALOONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, I960 2 SECTIONS - 16 PAGES VOl, 97 - MO. 45 Voting In County Waller Smith, P ity -Walter G, Smith, .-well*known long'-time resident of'Swea City, died early Sunday morning/ m his home after a ling- firing illness. He had been a semi- invalid since 1953. Funeral services for Mr Smith were held today (Tuesday) at 2 p.m. in the Baptist church with Rev. LeRoy Carter officiating. Burial followed at the Harrison township cemetery. Born-Mar. 23, 1881 in Warren county, la., Walter Gayle Smith was a son of James and Nancy Smith. He came with his parents in a covered wagon, to Algona at the age of eight and moved to Seneca township, where he farmed for 14 years,-in 1899. He was married to Isadora Fish, Mar. 15, 1905 at Seneca and the Smiths moved to Swea City in 1913.: Mrs Smith, a long-time correspondent for the -Upper Des Moines, died in 1957. . , Mr Smith was in the real es- ;ate business and was a farm riariage'r' 'until 'ill 'health" fbrce'd lis retirement. He also served four years on .• the' Kossuth board of review. • ":,'•.••'...; : He is survived byv a daughter, Esther Charlotte Smith, Charles 2ity; two sisters, . Mrs Bertha 2ckholm,.- Mason City, and Mrs Je'lle , Black, Algona; and four >rothers, Luther, Des Moines, Elmer .and Ray, Swea City, and Ernest, Estherville'. Four , brothers and four sisters preceded him n death. Harold Hansen, LuVerne, Breaks Leg In Mishap LuVerne — Harold Hansen is a patient in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital after an accident at'1-p.m. Monday near his farm south of LuVerne. ' >• He was driving a tractor land just turne'dl'from the main highway on • a grass road when struck in the rear by a car driven by Charles Merkle. He suffered a fractur^ above his knee on his right leg. • . • His leg • was placed in a cast Tuesday afternoon and, reports later, in the .evening were satisfactory. • I v Bridget Tobin Passes; Rites .Here Thursday Mrs Bridget E. Tobin, 87, well- known long-time resident of Algona, who for the past year had lived with a niece, Lorraine Tierney, in Des Moines, died at St. Ann hospital here Monday afternoon. - . Mrs Tobin>. who made her home here for many years, suffered a stroke while visiting here Sunday and was taken to the hospital where she succumbed, Funeral services for her* will be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Burial will be at St. Joseph's cemetery, Wesley, and Hamilton Funeral Home, Algona, is in charge of arrangements. There will be a rosary said at the-funeral home at 8 p,m. Wednesday. Born Feb. 17, 1873 at? Wesley, Bridget Cosgrove was a daughter of Andrew and Ann Cosgrove. She was married to Peter W. Tobin at Wesley and they lived on a farm near Nashua until 1937 and moved to Algona when they retired. Mr Tobin died in September, 1938, , Besides the niece at Des Mpin- es, she is survived by a niece Stella 'Mae Breen, Algona, and a brother, John Cosgrove, Des Moines. Explosion Rocks LuVerne Home LuVerne — When Mr and Mr» Albert. KelH returned late Sunday to their farm home ewst of LuVerne. Ihey found thsJt their refrigerator had blown up. knocking holes in the walls and floor covering. It is believed a valve in the motor was »t«cfc, No one wwj in the kitchen when the ex* plosion took place. Last Rites For Effie Curtis ( Set At Burt Burt — Mrs Effie' Curtis, 70, well-known .Burt, j-esident^ .died, in 'Dickinson "County ' Memorial hospital at Spirit Lake at ;16:30 a.m. Saturday fpllbwing a stroke and heart failure. She had been ailing for several years and hospitalized for the past five'weks. Funeral services for Mrs Curtis will be held at-1:30-p.m.< Wednesday in.the Curtis home and!at 2 p.m. in the Buftt Methodist church with • Rev. Fred Same'k officiating. Burial will/ follow in the . Burt township cemetery. Friends may call at. the ,'Curtis hom'e after'3:30 p.m. today .(Tuesday ). s Garry 4 Funeral Home of Bancroft is in charge, of .arrangej merits, : '/•-',> '• \ " ' ,-' Effie • Steirinianfe/da4ghie£ ; fjof- Peter and Lyai'4 'Btemma'nT was born Mar. 12, 1890 at Lewis and dartje ,to Kossuth.,county; at' an early age. She was "educated at Elmore' and Ledyard and married Harry Curtis May 3, 1910 at. Blue Earth,.Minn. They moved to .Burt soon after their' marriage.'" Mrs Curtis was a practical nurse most of her life and until ill health forced her to retire operated "a nursing home at-.Burt. She was a member of, the Methodist church and W.S.C.S. , • , , ;. ' She . is; survived by a son, Charles, Burt; two, .brothers, George Steinman, Burt, an.d.Har- ley Steinman, McGregor, Minn.; and eight grandchildren. • ! ' | Pheasant Cosh Hunter $100 A couple of hunters paid a total of $150 and costs in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court here this a result of violations. They were Donald White, Des Moines, fined $100 and- costs, possession of a hen pheasant, and $25 and costs, loaded and assembled gun in car on the highway, and Ray Biondi, Granger, $25 and costs, loaded and assembled gun in car on the highway. In other cases heard by Ostwin- kle during the week, W. H, Meyer, Algona, paid $10, failing to signal; Virgil Bond, Ft. Dodge, $10, failing to yield one-half of the roadway; Larry H, Schrader, Algona, $22, L. H. Maguire, Milford, $8, and D. D. Prentice, Rodman, $10, truck speeding; and D. D. Bell, West Bend, $10, stop sign. Costs were paid in addition to fines. 1 Ex-Wesley Man, i Funeral services/ for. W. Garman, S3,' well-khowrf f $i5s- suth and Hancock 'county ifaj'inier were'^held' in St.*Patrick's! Cfctfto* •lie ch'urdh at,Bri'tt morning, Nov.' 2. 'Rev.jfi Kane officiated and lowed at St: Joseph's Wesley! Mr Garman 'died the Sunday, Oct. 30, at Mercy Hbs'pl- tal, Mason .City, following' $m 'emergency. Operation for - removal of a kidneyf stone. 'A blood- clof developed,, followed by complications which resulted in. his death. " v Sylvester Williahi German, son of Richard and Mary Kirgchbaum Garm'an, was born'Sept.' 13, 1907 at .Wesley., He .was educated at St. Benedict. and grew to man- ; hood in the St. } Benedict,-Wesley vicinities. He was,married-to Ann Bleich Fdb. 8, 1932 at^Wesley and they farmed near Britt. Later they operated a stor6 at Stilson for nine' years; • th^rt 'returned to JStitt where. Me em- ployed'by a seed corn company, for several- years". The Garmans have farmed east; of'Britt for-|hfe past 10 years. . :. ;, •; He was a lifetime member/of the Catholic church and, a member of the Holy. Name, Society .'He •was'an ardent sports fan.- ••;•'• Survivors include his wife, 1 two sons, Duane, coach at Garner, and Merle, teacher at Dolliver;.._, his mother, Mrs Richard Garman, Algona; a granddaughter; two sisters, Caroline (Mrs AdolpH Kilian), Milford, and Leona (Mrs William Erpelding), Algona; and seven brothers, Victor,', Burt, William, Algona, Stanley, Corwith. Arttiui-, jdorjvitjf, AlgonaXangy Robert, Minn." " " Charity Dance A public dance for charity will be held here in the V.F.W. hall Nov. 26, sponsored by the Inter^ national Association of Machinists Union of the Weidenhoff Corp., Universal Manufacturing Co. and Norton Machine Works. Proceeds from the affair will be given to Algona Christmas adoption. Winamp* 26 Naf I Nitorial Annual Better Second Place Driver Charged ' After Sunday Accident Here Joseph !A. V Skow, '47; Wesley, was charged with entering a stop intersection as a result of a pickup truck-auto mishap on highway 169, a half-mile north of the intersection of highways 169 and 18 north of Algona at 4:20 p.m. Sunday. Patrolman Dick Pedersen filed the charge. The pickup, driven by Skow, was turning south on the highway at the time, A car driven by G. T. Bull, 64, Humboldt, was headed south. There was no estimate of damage to the pickup, while damage to the auto was estimated at $125. There were no personal injuries reported. A day earlier, autos driven by Alfred H. Semon, 64, Algona, and Virgil V. Bond, 34, Fort Dodge, collided at 12:50 p.m. six miles west of Algona on a blacktop road. The Bond auto was headed south, turning west and the Semon auto was headed east. Damage to the Algona auto was estimated at $300 and $200 damage resulted to the other car, Algona Man's Sister Passes, Rites Held Here Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at McCullough's Funeral Chapel for Mrs Henry Cook, nee Leota Lois Lashbrook, 67, who died enrou,te to University hospital at Iowa City where she was to have had surgery. She suffered a stroke Sept. 29 and for a time was in the Dallas county hospital. Later she was taken to a rest home and later it was found surgery was necessary. She had been making her home the past five years with her son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Leo Smithson. Rev. Newton Coughenour of the Methodist chiirch conducted the services. Interment was at Riverview cemetery. Mr and Mrs Cook, who were married Oct. 12, 1910, were born 12 children, eight of whom survive. They are Dorothy (Mrs Miles Dur&nt), Viola -(Mrs. Warren Gobeli), Fort Dodge, Edith (Mrs Dale Bryant), Aletha Morion, Marie (Mrs Leo Smithson), Perry, Rijth Anjj (Mrs Lawrence Lewis), Lakota, Cecil Qpok, Kenosha, W>, and M Coflk. pthep gujr- yivors are 28, grandchildren ^ three greatgrajidchlldreB, a sister Mrs Cora Hill, Spirit Lake, and brother, Jess Lashbwok, IN HOMETOWN AMERICA GETTING our THE VOTE TELL'CMALU TOBECUHTANP COME OUT ANP VOTtfT HUWREP-AN-StX ANDI,WHT MIMEP AMCOTOl JCM SKAKW OP CAW1PATES - t WAS ON TH* WINPOW SILL OF A CERTAIN SMOKE-FILLEP ROOM WHEN Mystery Hides Cause Of .Three men, injured in a freak three car-tractor mishap a ha mile north of Whittemore on highway 44 at 5:20 p.m. Saturday, remain in St. Ann hospital here where they are receiving treatment, The injured are: •:.( u,<-,«s-v* , i-.'C'.-.^" :.;•;•;:• "Edward' Farrell; 28, Algona,. broken ribs and bruises; '' Sam Mogler. 60, Whitlemore, head injury. Richard- yargason, > 23. Dy> ersville, head lacerations. Condition 1 of all thpee is reportedly good. - . Versions of v the, accident, given by drivers-of two of'the'cars involved, differ, according to Patrolmen Bill Tordoff and Charles Bird and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, . vrho were called to the scene to investigate. All four vehicles were headed south at the time. A tractor, driven by Robert Mqgler, 27, son of Sam Mogler,' was first in line, Next was an auto driven by Sa'm Mogler, then vehicles driven by Farrell and Thomas Rooney, 38, Dyersville. Order of the final two autos has not been definitely established. According to reports, either the Farrell or Rooney autos hit the Mogler car and pushed it sideways into the rear of the tractor. The last cars in line collided, possibly while one passed the other. Only the Rooney vehicle remained on the highway, It proceeded a block and a half south of the point of impact and came to a stop. The tractoj wound up in the ditch, the Mogler car on the edge of the road and the Farrell auto straddled a fence, all west of the road-, The Mogler and Farrell' autos were total wrecks, according to investigators, while $75 damage resulted to the tractor and $200 damage to Rooney's auo. ' Vargaspn was a passenger in the Farrell auto and two passengers in the Rooney car were in- injured. Rooney and Farrell reportedly were returning from a pheasant hunting trip north of Whittemore and the Moglers were on their way home, also, According to Patrolman Tordoff, it is possible charges will be filed against at least two of the drivers after a complete investigation of the incident. Hand Injured Lakota — Dale Julius, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Julius of Lakota, suffered severe injuries to his left hand last Wednesday while helping his father with an elevator. He was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital for treatment and was a patient there until Saturday. Rites Held For j-'i LuVerne Farmer Funeral services for Adam F. (Bob) Zweifel, 5"9, life-long resident of the LuVerne - Renwick area, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Lu Verne Methodist church. Rev. Worthie i Usher officiated and burial was-in the LuVerne cemetery. Funeral arrangements were in charee of Blake funeral home of Lu Verne. Mr Zweifel died of a heart attack very suddenly Thursday while riding on a tractor at his farm. The son of Adam and Mary Zweifel, he was born Feb. 10, 1901, at Lu Verne. He married Laura Engel May 9, 1933, She survives, as do four sons, Robert of Des Moines, Ronald of Chicago, 111., James of Ames and Dennis at homo. Other survivors are two brothers and three sisters, James A. of Corwith, John of Rochester, Minn., Mrs Leij Lichty of Chicago, 111., Mrs Jack Thomas of Mattoon, 111., and Mrs Elon French of Concord, Calif. Mr Zweifel was preceded in death by two sisters. Rites Wednesday At S. City For Louis Nathiem Grant — Louis Nathiem, 75, retired farm laborer who made his jiome with the Gordon Westcotts in the Grant vicinity, died Saturday morning in University hospital at Iowa City. Funeral services for Mr Nath- iem, who was born June 15, 1885 at Forest City, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Barnes funeral Home, Swea City, with Rev. W. A. Farmer officiating. Burial will be at the Harrison township cemetery. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs Ray Kahler, Titonka, and Peggy Rogers, May wood, 111.; a son, Merle, Minneapolis; two grandchildren; a sister and a arother. G. O. P. Wins In Mock H.S. Ballot A straw vote at Algona high school, held Monday, gave, a large edge to Republican candidates. Presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon polled 236 votes to Senator John F. Kennedy's 85 and the trend throughout the tickets was about the same. Republicans wound up on top in all the state and national contests. Here are some of the results — Jack Miller 218, Hersehel Loveless, 102, U.S. Senate; Norman Erbe 218, Edward J. McManus 99, Governor; Curtis Riehm 188, Merwin Coad 124,' Congressman, Max Soeth 206, John Brown 99, State Senate; and Mrs C. C. Inman 163,'Casey Loss 133, State Representative. On the county level, the parties split, with Republican can-, clidates Marc Moore, Milton Nor-' ton and James Andreasen winning the. auditor, recorder and county attorney posts, respectively, from Glee Bullock. Clara Walker and Gbrdo.n Winkel, while Rosella Voigt, Alma Pearson and Ralph Lindhorst, Democrats, won the treasurer, clerk and sheriff jobs, unopposed. A total of 32'l ballots were cast with Only . three spoiled. Many straight ballots were cast, according to instructors at the school, SPECIAL PROPOSITIONS TO BE DECIDED Voters, today,. will' also -approve or disapprove the appointment of a county conservation, board. If approved, a five-member board W.quld be,appointed by the board *b"f supervisors. Stich - a 1 '." board could use a small tax to build and maintain play or recreation areas and other - conservation purposes. 1 The,matter of a state constitutional -convention is the second special measure. In several other areas, votes on special measures are taking place, such as formation of a coordinated fire protection district. • Teen Hop Cancelled A Teen Hop, slated to be held here Nov. 19, has been cancelled. Announcement of the canceJla- tloff of the event was made Mon- d4y morning by the Business and Professional Women, who were to have Sponsored it. Teen Panel Set The Protestant Youth Council is sponsoring a Teen Panel and pot luck supper at the Good Hope Methodist Church on Nov. 13, at 5 o'clock. The panel includes Bill Bourne, Ann Haase, Karen Haase, Loveda Kohlwes and Chuck Ob9rwetter with Judy Gerber as master of ceremonies. Armistice Day Hour Algona retail stores will close Armistice Day, from 11 a.m. until noon, for special 'tnemorial services. J Rites Tuesday At Burt For George Meinzer Burt — A former Burt resident, George Leroy Meinzer, about 70, died at Battle Lake, Minn. Saturday. A resident of Fergus Falls, Minn, sjnce he moved from Burt, lie had been seriously ill for a week. Funeral services for Mr Meinzer, who never married, will be held at 2 p.m. today (Tuesday) in the Burt Methodist church with Rev. Fred Samek officiating. Burial will be in the Burt township cemetery. Mr Meinzer was born on a farm near Burt and lived there many years before he moved to Minnesota some years ago. He is survived by a brother, Myron, Dexter, Minn.; and six sisters, Mrs Ruth Hunt, Detroit, Mich., Mrs Mabel Evanson, Story City, Mrs Carl Lovstad, Duluth, Minn., Mrs George Boettcher, Holmes City, Minn., Mrs Guy Gaston, Phoenix, Ariz, and Mrs Harry McShane, Dexter, Minn. 11 Are Fined By Mayor After Hearings Here Mayor C. C. Shierk levied fines against 11 persons in his court here this week following preliminary hearings on a variety of charges. Roy Canaday, Burt, was fined $25, intoxication; Mike Foley, Corwith, $25 ($15 suspended), allowing unauthorized person to drive; William Norland, Ban-( croft, $25, drinking on a public street; John Altman, Algona. overwidth truck; Janice Koepke, Algona, $10, no driver's license; Herman Hemker, Pocahontas. $10, speeding; Paul Kelly, Plains- field, $10, defrauding an innkeeper; Larry Reefer, Algona, $5, stop sign; Wilbur Roeber, Whittemore, $5, speeding; Lyle Alberts, Algona, $5, speeding; and Howard Hedrick, Algona, $5, stop sign. Costs were assessed in addition to fines in each case. Expect County Level Contests To Be Close - KossUth county, as well as all of Iowa, was turning out heavily to vote today, in the 1960 presidential election. On a state level a total of 1,« 300,000 votes has been predicted. The previous high total vote in Iowa was in 1952 when 1,264,000 ballots were cast. ; •' • ' With -a somewhat reduced population in Kossuth county, it is doubtful if any new record will be set here, but a very high percentage of possible votes is indicated. All four Algona wards reported a strong vote'in the .opening hours after 8 a.m. today.' Polls, close at 8 p.m. Election precincfsV.. can start tabulating votes after the "first 50 ballots have been cast. Predictions Vary , Predictions on the outcome are as numerous as pellets-in a shot- ^ gun cartridge. '"" All indications have been that Vice President Nixon,seems fairly certain of carrying Towa. Yet there has been a "silent vote" uncovered by almost every pollster' in all parts of the pbuntry. This undisclosed vote could swing many pivotal states one way or the other. . . ; Governor 'Hersehel ; Loveless, running for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Tom Martin, was believed to have,a slight edge over Jack Miller, but not by any large total. In the governorship race, Norman Erbe has seemed to hold an edge on Nick; M'cMarius. Yet, at the State -University ofi-Iowa, where." Nixon received a large margin over Senator Kennedy, McManus defeated Erbe. Both are University of Iowa graduates. Coad Vs. Riehm Congressman Merwin Coad, engaged in a hot battle with Curtis Riehm, was thought to be in the lead, but heavy artillery was pointed at, Coad in the closing days of the campaign. As. the governor and senator races went so would go the balance of the party tickets fop state office, observers felt. A ding-dong fight between John J. Brown of Emmetsburg and Max Soeth of Estherville for the state senate seat held for the last few years by Duane Dewel of Algona, was also in progress. Indications were that Soeth would probably carry his home county, Emmet, but that Brown would do likewise in his county of Palo Alto. Thus Kossuth, the third county in the district, might hold the key to the final out-, come. On the county level, major contests for office were taking place for recorder, auditor, county attorney and state representative. County Contests Clara Walker, incumbent, has faced a vigorous campaign by Milton Norton. Both are from Algona. Glee Bullock of Burt is challenging Marc Moore for the office of county auditor held by the latter. Bullock ran strong as a write-in candidate, although defeated, two years ago. Two Algona attorneys, James Andrea- ser. and Gordon Winkel, squared off for the county attorney post held by the latter, and Casey Loss, incumbent state represen- etive, was being challenged by Mrs C. C. Inman of Bancroft for the legislative position. Rosella Voigt, county treasurer, Alma Pearson, clerk of the district court, and Ralph Lindhorst, county sheriff, had no for-, mal opposition in the general election. Two of three supervisor districts had party contests. Incum- bant Charles Plathe from south Kossuth was challenged by L. J. White in the first district John Rode, fourth district incumbent, faced a challenge from Ben Sieh- Iniann, and Tony Kollasch in the fifth district (north end) had no competition. Gets Scholarship Norman Mitchell, son of Mr and Mrs Donald R. Mitchell of Burt, has been awarded a $300 scholarship from the Vita-Craft Corp. for study at Drake University during the 1960-61 academic year. The scholarship, based on achievement, was presented to Mitchell Nov. 3. Mitchell worked for Vita-Craft as a salesman during the summer. Mitchell is a senior in the college of business administration at Drake.

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