Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 6
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60TH ANNIVERSARY Union Tovnship Mothers and Daughters cl-ib will observe its 60th anniversary Thursday, Feb. 10. A banquet will be at 12:30 p.m. at the First Methodist church in Algeria for members, past members, and their husbands. Reservations must be made in advance. A program is planned. The. club was organized February 1906 at the ho'fne of Mrs. George Carroll. Th,e club has Ftoorl fir the better things in life for the home arid the child. . \ Harold Hunt gave the lesson on quality in government. DEGREE OF HONOR TO MEET the Degi-ee 1 .,of Honor Lodge .vlll meet Motid'ay, Feb. 7 in the Izkak. Walton jLedgue hall, 7:30 o.fn., f-sr regular business meeting. The committee in charge will be Elleh Marshall and Ber. : Lynk. REB6KAHS M Rebekali Lpdgfe will meet for a regular business •meeting. Tues- •iay evening,' Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in tHe liaak Walton league hall. Committee in charge is Florence; Peterson arid Bernetas Lynk. ' DATE CARD PAjlTY •*-" The Auxiliary of, §t. \ Ann's hospital wjll. hoM a card* party Feb. 9 at the-sAlgona Country club. Bridge and :.500 Will bf> played starting at 7:45 p.m. Des; sert and cofee will be "Jtervef'- A pink mohair sweater, which is on disolay in the window of the Chrischille" store, will be raffled off. Tickets for the card party may be purchased from any Auxiliary member. Every one welcome. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Duplicate Bridge club will meet Monday, Feb. 7, 7:45 p.m. in the Legion Hall. This will; be masterpoint night. Winners 'on Jan. 17 were: First, Mr. Kertier Mr. Paul; second, Mrs. Lucille Hutchison and Clara Zender; third, Dean Kinsman and Jim Harris; fourth, Mrs. ; Jacobsqn and Mrs. Coslpw, Britt. HOMEMAKERS MEET ; The Union Township Homemakers met with Mrs. Glenn Jenkinson Jan. 27 for an all day meeting. The extension lesson was given by Mrs. Harold Hunt and Mrs. Peter Erpelding. Mrs. Honor 4-ALCONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEft, 3, 196* SERVICEMEN BRIAN BORCHARDT San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) — Tan. 19 — Seaman Apprentice Brian L. Borchardt, USN, son of the Ervin P. Borchardts. Fenton has reported for duty with Fleet ComOoF.Ue Squadron Three at North Island Naval Air Station 'ri San Diego, Calif. The squadron provides Pacific Fleet $hips -and units with air-to-air and surface to air targets for gunnery and missile practice ~,and .conducts exercis- fes in radar intercepts and elec: tronic coun.termeasures. * •"'•-, ' HONOR BANDSMAN — Joe] Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Evans, In,dianola, has been selected a member of the United States of. America High School Band and Chorus. This summer he will perform as a member of the percussion section of the honor .band in fourteen concerts scheduled • in cities from Atlanta, Georgia, -to Canada. Joel is a senior in the Indianola high school and attended the ISU Music Camp three years. Now is the time to start thinking about 1 "See Us For All Of Yew Spring Needs" Algona Flour & Feed South Phillips Street 5-2701 ALGONA ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL senior class president Dave Martin is shown presenting Swedish Exchange Student Sana Svedman a class ring on behalf of the class of 1966 during the pep meeting at the school Friday. The ring is paid for by members of the class. .... Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman Liz Wiekre nawd T-R Twin Rivers's 1966 Betty Crocker: Homemaker of Tomorrow is Liz Wiekre. She scored highest in a written knowledge and attitude examination taken by senior girls Dec. 7. 1965, and is now eligible for state and national scholarship awards. Liz has already earned' a special award pin from the program's sponsor, General Mills. She is the daughter of the Pherman Wickresj Livermore. She is a member of the drill team, girls track, softball, baseball, glee club, National Honor Society, Annual.. staff, newspaper staff, mixed j chorus, glee club, madrigal' singing group, and one of the top five students in her senior-class';!.. • 4-HNerivs inioii of Editors n seems to be no real basis for their continuing struggle. Unfortunately, they find thenv selves pawns in a game called "progress." old story about the prime min- ster who rushed into the throne room and shouted, 'Your Majesty, the peasants are revolting!" "Revolting?" said the King, "They're nausea* ting!" [Noil Maurer in Laurens Sun) The young man who asked for a grant of $150,000 in antipoverty funds to establish a iveekly newspaper in the Washington area may not have realized the full implications of his request. Perhaps he was only trying to do something about the poverty of one aspiring newspaper man. Whatever his motives, he has aroused a hornet's nest of protest. . Congressman H. R. Gross of Iowa declared that such a program would amount to "an insidious" encroachment upon press freedom, and "could be the nucleus for a network of government financed newspapers." Congressman Albert H Quie of Minnesota declared that Packages ft Boxes Children's it "ytoM ptii the fedef4 ettiftient into the domestic propaganda business, callously disregarding the constitution*! guarantee of a free press." fhere hate ****> similar protests from other congressmen find front several organizations. Certainly we cannot afford to have a federally-subsidized press. If a single request such as this one is granted, we would soon have a.nationwide network of propaganda sheets, promoting only those views approved by the administration in power. As Congressman Gross said, there already is "too much federally-financed propaganda through government press agents, and this next step would be reason for real alarm." The proposed project should be rejected without delay. inerdft — Mrs. A. 6. Acctifr- so, Bancroft, had Seven stitchis takett in her hind Monday whew she cut it Ort a glass which broke in her hand while she was doing dishes. She was taken to S»t. Ann hospital for treatment. DIES — Henry ftohlk of Rock Rapids died there five days lie- fore his 103rd birthday. Me outlived all of his contemporaries but will be missed by the entire community. Too Lalt To Classify FOR RENT — Two bedroom duplex. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m.; 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 12wlOtfn LOTTS CRE?£K LEADER! January 24, Family Night was held by the Lotts Creek Leaders at the Lone Rock Legion hall. It was a supper of pancakes and sausages. Present were 28 visitors and 17 members. Unused food products were sold at auction. It was decided to have a senior basketball team. Demonstrations were given by Robert Ruhnke and Larry Peter, and Evelyn Bierstedt and Barbara Pomps. Judy Wolters gave a top ic. Larry Peter led the 4-H Pledge. Reporter is Patricia Ruhnke. 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It was only .natural that this feeling of relief here would be offset by anguish on the part, of 'farmers along-thfe 1-35 route. • The fact that 1-35 will follow a diagonal path, for several miles only compounded the agony. . There are as many different theories as to why the .decision, on the north-south Interstate was ddMjred dbnd WangeV as there are. persons willing to venture an opinion. Some say it was purely simply a matter of engineering; others claim that politics played a major role and still others cast a suspicious eye .at federal intervention through' the Bureau ^of Public Roads. There is probabfy an element of truth in all three arguments. It is of no solace to the farmers affected by thje diagonal stretch of highway, but there is not even the • barest possibility that the Highway Commission will change its mind again. It would appear that 1-35 will run diagonally through the WU- liams-Dows-Latime'r area come hell or high water, Now the majority of those affected are refusing entry to their farms to highway survey crews. At one tiriie this woulc have been an effective delaying tactic. However, aerial" surveying is now being used and the refusal of entry becomes only a nuisance. While our sympathy rests with the landowners, there (C. P. Woods in Sheldon Mail) We. read, the other day, a statement from a young "fellow who was defending the fact that he bleached his hair. "I am a rebel," he said obviously vastly pleased with himself, but with rib. further explanation. We have nothing at all against rebels in general, as some mighty fine things have been made possible by them, including this country, but we do think the least we could expect from a well-organized rebel is that he know what he is rebelling against. *;,• Too many people take the tile to themselves, when actual- y all they are is merely ornery. This all reminds us of a very Reg. 29c to $1.00 1 /2 price — HURRY — WHILE SUPPLY LASTS! ALGONA KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE WANT AD MIl-O-fiRAII JUST CLIP IT OUT — MAIL IT IN Write your complete ad in the space below . . . one word only to be written in each space. Each initial and number is counted as one word. CASH — 7c word in Monday • Thursday Issues CREDIT — lOe word in Monday • Thursday Issues ' $1.00 Minimum Ad MAIL TO: KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE — Algona, Iowa MORE THAN 6,000 FAMILIES READ THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE EACH WEEK To SENIOR CITIZENS (65 YEARS OR OLDER) The SECURITY STATE BANK OFFERS A SENIOR CITIZENS PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT PLAN • There will be NO CHARGE ON ANY r HWTATtCNl * NAPKINS, * THANK YOU NOT£i A complete selection fa* rill pta* iftiy Bn4% |it feepricey tlf SENIOR CITIZENS ACCOUNT If yeu qualify wt invite you to «top in and open your account as • Senior Citizen. No charge, regardless of sUe of account or number of checks written. We welcome you. OUR REGULAR POLICY ESTABLISHED JULY 1, 196S REMAINS UNCHANGED. THERE IS NO SERVICE CHARGE ON PERSONAL CHICKING ACCOUNTS WITH A MINIMUM BALANCE OVER $30Q. FEBRUARY 1 St*rti Another Quarter in pur swings department.,. PAYING 4% COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY RES'] The SECURITY "THE FRIENDLY BANK 1 * ALGONA With Office in LuVerne, low*

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