The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 17
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Wesley Wiiards4-H Wesley Wii&fds 4-H club donated three dollars to the Heart fund and Tuberculosis Seats. Lorry FunnemArk gave & talk aftd Kathy Detmeriftg gave a defnohs\ration, Barbara Jones and Ruth Wubben.gave a team demonstration. Judy Sea- burg gave a picture study, Appointed to the committee tot 4-H day In Algona were Mavis tfygaard, Carol ,Girn>s t Helen Skow^and Vickie Detmering. The meeting was held at the home of ^ Barbara and Cheryl Jones, The first man to sell on the* value of your goods is yourself. The Friendly Store ... '.•-«-.»>* Best buy fn tpohgesl Stock up now for kitchen/ bath or general cledn-up. Colors. Terrific buy on slightly irregular hardwood clothes* •pins. Smoothly Sanded. tales They bounce instead of break! Chip-proof, clear 9-oz. tumblers. Limit 24. 21-V692 Jt-8815 984 Value! Wonderful savings oh snug plastic covers! Foods keep fresh, odor-freel 19-S507 Heat reflective silicone cover reduces ironing time. Iron rest free during sale! ° •••'• Bright, unbreakable mugs— , great for breakfast coffoe or / children's use. Limit 24. f 1 Reinforced bamboo bushel —for laundry, toys, etc. Plastic Basket Liner.. 394 19-686, 5403 Save over % I Rust- proof / plastic pail is non-marring./ Red, yellow or turquoise. 19-6189 YOUR CHOICE! Colorful plastic basket. Red, turquoise or yellow. Limit of one per customer at special sale price. 19-661 / 1.59 Valuo lustrous, brass-plated plaques richly em- boned with Old English designs. Fin* gift! 14" diameter. V9-6541 CORONADO DRYER • Giant 21-Inch Blower • Completely Automatic Fluff dries entire wash- miracle fabrics to heavy workclothes. Big 20-lb. capacity. "Knee-action" door. 110-220 V.Tradel 45-1458 I *• Regular List Price 189.95 1.75 Per Week, Payable Monthly CORONADO Semi-Auto mafic WASHER 7-PC. CHROMCRAFT DINETTE lf$ the dfne We yofut of the year! Gold flecked Metomlne fobto with tetf. storing leaf extend* from 36x54" to 72", Blue, arty, or yeflow, top, 6 two* tone chain m woshaUe Pura* pfaetfe, Regular Lilt ,49 Pff Wetk, Payable Monthry Finest two speed washer with automatic timer—turns itself off! Holds 25% more dothes —cuts wash time way down. Lint filter; Lovell wringer; Fast* Flo pump. It's color styled! 43-7619 r Regular List Price 189.95 1.90 Per Week, Payable Monthly CORONADO 12 Cu. Ft. 9 " REFRIGERATOR • Big 50-Lb. Freezer • Child-Safe Latch New square-line «tyk Ing plus 19 sq, ft. of easy-reach shelves. Arrange door trays to suit your needs! Has deluxe 2Mb. meat chest, 15* qt. sliding crisper. 44-39M *IM«CV,n,Mt Regular Lift Price 239.95 1AO88 Pw Week, Payable Monthly AtGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1959 VOL. 96 - NO, 3 Statehouse News Digest (Weekly news release of the Iowa Press Association, The material contained here* In does not necessarily con* •form to the editorial policy of this newspaper.) ' FASt START — The 58th General Assembly if Iowa is off to one of the fastest starts in history, Shortly nfter jfficially being elected speaker of the house Vern Lisle (R), CUirincla, released c o m mill ee assignments. Veteran political observers said this was the first time they could remember committee appointments in' either house being made public the first day of the session. Both the House and Senate have agreed to temporary rules. In both houses there were significant changes. Senate rules provided for a Republican committee on committees to make committee assignments Inking that duty away from Democratic LI, Gov. Edward McManus, Keokuk. It will also take 30 votes to suspend the rules instead of a 2/3's vote, and committee 1 meetings arc open to the press except for executive sessions. In the lower chamber the rules call for making public all committee votes except when 2/3's of the members of a com- miltee decide to do otherwise. Republicans pointed out that the makeup of the committees are such that Democrats would have to vote with Republicans in order to keep the committee vote secret. * '» * INAUGURAL ADDRESS — Gov. Hcrschel C. Loveless had many recommendations to make in his inaugural address before a joint session of the house and senate Thursday. He called for the legislators to, "comply with the basic principle of our system of government by giving an equal voice in .government to all pur citizens ' ' ' " - . '— 'wherever they live ', . . less pointed out that a bi-pariisan committee he appointed on reapportionment has submitted its report and that he concurs with its recommendations. The governor also had some re commendations for streamlining state government. Among other things, he suggested the gasoline tax division be transferred from the office of treasurer to the state tax commission, the functions ol the beer permit board be made a responsibility of the tax commission, a single agency to handle inspections, and the functions presently performed by the industrial commissioner, the bureau of labor and mine inspectors be consolidated in a single department of labor. His inaugural message also covered such topics as higher education, public schools, social welfare, mental health programs, penal and parole systems and a White House conference on the aging. * * * STATE OF STATE — No big increase in taxes was the theme of Governor Herschel Lovelesses "state - of - the -state" message' delivered to a joint session of the legislature. "Economic growth such as was experienced in 1957 and 1958, make it possible to raise additional revenues without the imposition of extremely burdensome tax rates, which, in themselves, tend to impair our economic growth and development," the governor asserted. "As I evaluate the situation," the governor continued, "it seems to me that our prospects tor continued economic growth arc very good. There is only one possible cloud on the horizon, and that Is the prospect for some decline in agricultural prices during 1959 nnd 1060." The governor also talked about accomplishments liis administration hud made in the fit-Ids of mental health, penal affairs, welfare programs, hinhwny safety nnd highway programs. * * * GOP PROGRAM — Iowa Republican' 1 e g I s 1 aUmi have worked nut a program which they hope will bring the city voter hack into GOP crimp, It calls for incn'iising the state road allocation to cities and towns, reapporlionmenl of the legislature, elimination of personal properly taxes on household goods, creation of a marketing department in the stale department of agriculture, greater benefits for persons with families in payments of unemployment compensation a n d workmen's compensation and consolidation of some stale board. 1 ! and commissions where possible. Also, amend the election laws to make nil election contributions and expense a matter of public record with stiff penalties for violation, more money .for the Iowa Development Commission for industrial promotion, continuation of present state aids to local schools and continuation of payments of $75 a month to aged teachers not covered by regular retirement programs and expansion of the stale highway patrol by at leasl 50 members. * * * ELECTION CONTESTS — Five election contest committees have been named, four in the House and one in the Senate. The senate committee has turned downUwo motions to dismiss the vote contest by Blylhe Conn, (R), Burlington, against slate Carl Hoschek, (D), Burlington. Conn is contesting the Nov. 4 vote in which Hoschek was declared winner by 42 votes. * «. + MESSEH FILES — Frank Messer, (D), Iowa Cily, who is contesting re-election of two Republican supreme court justices, has filed an unlimited R/fcr Klocke Bride Here Of William Schwarzenbach cost bond.with Secretary of State Melvin Synhorsl. Messer is contesting the reelection of Justices T. G. Gurfielcl, Ames, and Ralph Oliver, Sioux Cily. Originally Messer filed a $1,000 bond lo cover cosls if he should lose Ihe contest. The Messer contest hearing is scheduled -for next Monday. * * * SCARLET FEVER — The slate board of health has cut the isolation period for scarlet fever patients to one waak. Before the board look ils action, a child wilh scarlel fever was confined to his home for two weeks. Slale health officials said Ihe new regulations recognize the earlier recovery now made possible by antibiotics. Creamery Secy. 43 Yrs. Resigns Lakoia — John E. Smith, for many years secretary of the creamery, has resigned. Mr Smith has served as secretary for 43 years. Mr Smith has been assessor for Lakoia for many years and has been sexlon or caretaker of the cemelery for the past 11 years. • His plans for Ihe present are to go to California to visit his sons Ihere as soon as possible. He will return in the spring. Mrs Donald Koppen has been elected to take his place on the creamery board and- will assume her dulies January 15. Rila Mae Klocke, daughler of Mr and Mrs Leonard Klocke of Algona, and William Carl Schwarzenbach, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Schwarzenbach of Fenton, were united in marriage in u ceremony performed by Msgr. Gearen at SI. Cecelia's Catholic church here, Dec. 29, at 9 a.m. The double ring ceremony was used. i The-bride's gown was of white chantilly Ince and lulle over satin. The bodice was of basque lace styling, bulloning down Ihe back, wilh deep poinl fronl and back of waisl. • She wore a man- derin collar above a yoke of nylon lulle, and her long lace sleeves ended in a poinl at Ihe wrisls. The skirl of ballerina length was of alternaling layers of lace and tulle flounces. Her while veil was shoulder length, and she wore a half hat of lace and crystal pleated tulle, trimmed wilh sequins and pearls. She wore while pearl earrings and carried a bridal bouquet of while orchids. Attending the bride were Mrs Rollin Studer, sister of the bride from Brill, as maid of honor, and Sharon Klocke, Ihe bride's sister, as bridesmaid. Deborah Studer, niece of the bride, was flowei girl. The attendants flowers were pink carnations with pink streamers. Duane Doran of Lake Park was best man, and Larry Berninghaus of West Bend and Ernie Guden- schwager of Rcnvvick, were groomsmen. Ushers were Rollin Studer and Jim Voigt. Jeffrey Thill of Algona was ring-bearer, and Dean Dodds and Gary Mergen were acolytes. Paul Eisele of Whittemore, cousin of the bridegroom, was organ isl, and Mrs E. C. McMahon was Ihe soloist. Following the ceremony a wedding reception was held at the Johnson House with 100 guesls present, followed by a wedding dinner laler. Mrs Paul Schaefer was in harge of the guest book, Mrs Andy Johnson cut the wedding cake, Mrs Dick Dewey poured, and gifts were in charge of Carol Studer and Lucinda Mogler. All are from Algona except Mrs Schafer, who is from Yankton, S. D. After a--short wedding trip the young couple is now liyingjn Algona at the home of the bride's parents. . ..... ,,, - N The bride is a graduate of Ledyard high and Ft. Dodge Beauly College. The bridegroom gradualed from Ocheyedan high school, and served three years in army, following which he joined Ihe Algona police force where he is now employed. (Glenn Studio folo — UDM engraving) Before you start feeding a too-big '59 car,,. See the Compact '59 Rambler Save more than ever on first cost, gas, upkeep St. Benedict CD.A. » Met January 15 St. Benedict — St. Benedict Catholic Daughters met Thursday .evening, Jan. 15. Grand Regent Mrs Marie Thill presided at the business meeting. Honored guests were Mrs Anna Baxter, State Grand Regent of Dubuque, Mrs Sullivan, State vice Grand Regent of Fort Dodge and Mrs Nellie Van Allen, District Deputy of Algona. After the business meeting a social 'hour was enjoyed and lunch was served. Prizes during the evening were given to Mrs Elizabeth Eischen, Mrs Dorothy Plathe, Mrs Ellen Ludwig, Mrs Marie Recker and Mrs Regina Froelich. Farm Bureau To Sponsor Speaker The Kossuth County Farm Bureau Board has made plans 'to have Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr., vice president and Dean, School of American Studies of Harding College, Searcy, Arkansas, come to Algona on January 3.1. Dr, Ganus will speak at the High School auditorium at 1:30 p.m. on the subject of "Life under Other Economic System^," He will also show pictures of France and Germany, especially East ajnd West Berlin. During the same event, the Kossuth Farm Bureau will-present the annual 4-H leader awards to leaders in the county. , ; . All 4-H leaders, 4-H members, parents, school children anc| adults are invited. H w ?., Geneva Neece ol Glenwobct cently suffered , a broken 1 ,, and her car was damaged,': she took to the curbing, t<" hitting a youngster on About $400 damage was dosrif'i- her auto. You've seen the others grow in size and price'-' now see how much more you can save with Rambler. Hundreds on first cost. New gas economy. Top resale. Easiest parking. Personalized Comfort: sectional sofa front seats elide back and forth individually. Go Rambler 6 or V-8. RAMBLER AMERICAN STATION WAGON Sov* $500 t>n flnt CM! $500 less than other leading low-priced wagons, Based on a comparison of published manufacturer suggested pritw. Full § passenger room. PAU'S GARAGE, » e t* e e e e e e f. t

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