The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1967 · Page 13
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper De$ Moinei Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1967 Algona Soil Judgers 2nd In N.W. Iowa Contest The West Bend F.F.A. team won first and Algona placed second in the northwest Iowa Soil Judging Contest held Thursday seven miles south of Ruthven. There were 70 vocational agriculture students from 14 different schools taking part in the event. The West Bend team led with a score of 2,139, followed by Algona with 2,045 points, Alta was third with 1,945 points and fourth place was awarded to Hartley for their score of 1,888. Top contestants in the individual scoring were Dave Mader, 454, West Bend, first; Jim Marso, 441, West Bend, second; Steve L. Schultz, 438, Algona, third; Dave Tokheim, 422, SweaCity, fourth; Mike Banwart, 421, West Bend, fifth; Dave Sabin, 420, Algona, sixth; Rod Rogert, 419, Algona, and Robert Anderson, 419, Alta, tied for seventh;'Lloyd Thilges, 414, West Bend, ninth with a four-way tie for tenth with the award going to Jerry Johnson, 410, Humboldt. Dean Barnes, area Extension Crop Leader, spoke to the young men on crop management. Robert Jones, area soil scientist, SCS, explained some of the difference in soils in the Clarion-Webster soil association area. The contest was co-sponsored by the vocational agriculture instructors and members of the Soil Conservation Society of America from area I in northwest Iowa. Chairman of this year's event was Henry D.Tordoff, Emmetsburg. The West Bend team won a $25 cash award and the right to compete in the National contest. Questions, Answers On Unemployment Insurance Even in times of low unemployment, the need for unemployment insurance benefits exists. Unemployment insurance compensates eligible workers for a portion of their wage loss when they lose their jobs. For a period specified by law, it provides a weekly income to insured individuals who have lost their work through no fault of their own. The benefit check replaces from one- third to one-half of a wage earner's salary. Even though much less than his regular earnings, he has some assurance that his family will not go hungry or on relief. In order to better inform those who are interested, the following questions and answers regarding unemployment insurance have been prepared: Q. Who is eligible for unemployment insurance? A. Basically, anyone who is out of work through no fault of his own, and who had earnings of at least $200 during one quarter and $100 in another quarter of the base period, and who worked for a covered employer. Q. What is the base period? A. The base period is that period of work from which benefits are determined. It consists of the first four of the last five completed calendar quarters preceding the date on which a valid claim is filed. In determining the base period, the quarter in which the claim is filed, nor the previous quarter is counted. If the claim is filed during October, November or December, 1967, the base period would be July 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967. Q. What is a covered employer? A. Generally speaking a covered employer is one engaged in commercial or industrial pursuits and who employs four or more workers. Some exempted employments are agricultural labor, domestic service performer in a private household, service performed for Iowa state, county, city, and school districts, service performed for charitable and non-profit organizations, such as hospitals, among others. Q. When should I file? A. A claim for unemployment insurance benefits should be filed tacting the Unemployment Insurance Claims Center of the Iowa Employment Security Commission, 126 North Tenth Street, Ft. Dodge. St. Joe 4-H Club Elects New Officers ST. JOE - The St. Joe Trojan's 4-H Club met Thursday evening at the Francis Erpelding home with election of officers the main business. The meeting opened with the pledge to the flag led by Allan Kohlhaas. Officers elected for the coming year are Marvin Kohlhaas, president; Tom McGuire, vice president; Allan Kohlhaas, secretary; Don Erpelding, treasurer; Janice Erpelding, historian; and Bobby Plathe, reporter. The meeting closed with the 4-H pledge led by Bobby Plathe. - o - Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas was guest Wednesday evening when the Farmerette 500 club met at the home of Mrs. Milford Plathe. Receiving prizes were Mrs. John Capesius, Mrs. Wilford Kohlhaas and Mrs. Marvin Reding. Mrs. Raphael Faber entertains the club in November. Mrs. Ralph Reding entertained immediately upon becoming unemployed or partially unemployed. Q. How much money can be drawn? A. The weekly and maximum benefit amounts a claimant can receive are computed from the wages earned during the base period. The maximum weekly benefit amountis50percentofthe average weekly wage paid to employees in insured work during the preceeding year. The present maximum weekly benefit that a claimant may receive is $53. Q. How long can I draw on a claim? A. If a claimant remains unemployed, and otherwise meets all other requirements of the law, he may draw benefits for 26 weeks. Q. What are my responsibilities while drawing benefits? A. You must be willing to accept suitable work if offered. In addition, a diligent search for work must be made. You must also register for work at a State Employment Service Office. If any wages are earned during a week for which a claim is filed, they must be reported. Failure to do any of these, may cause disqualification. Q. Are there any conditions under which I may quit a job and still be eligible? A. Yes, if it is found that you left a job to care for a member of your immediate family who is ill or injured; upon the advice of a licensed and practicing physician because of your own illness or injury. (You can not, of course, receive benefits during such time as you are ill or injured, or you are caring for a member of you family. You may be eligible if, after your period of illness or injury, you return to your former employer and he informs you that you will not be rehired); upon the advice of a licensed and practicing physician to take a member of your family to a different climate; for not more than ten working days, or for a longer period if agreed upon by your employer for compelling personal reasons. Answers to individual questions can be obtained by con- the R-Nu 500 club, with prizes received by Mrs. Rosalia nig, Mrs. Peter Kirsch and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Mrs. Ed Bormann entertains the club Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kayser and Mr, and Mrs. Gene McGuire, Waseca, Minn., were visitors here Wednesday with relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Kayser. They also visited the grotto at West Bend. Diane Rose Kirsch, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirsch, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Sponsors were John and Margaret Torna- bane. Legal f 1 Notice i iiiiiinniiiiinHnHniiiiiMHiiimHmnliiiiiiiii IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate no. 9216 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF C. F. Frimml, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF C. F. Frimml, Deceased: You are hereby notified (baton the 24th day of October, 1967, the last will and testament of C. F. Frimml, deceased, bearing date of the 5th day of October, 1956, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Lucy Brabec was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 24th day of October, 1967. Lucy Brabec Executor of said Estate Corwith, Iowa Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 31st day of October, 1967. (82-83) LIFE... NEW LIFE The theme is like your heart beat. Continuous. Life — New Life; Life — New Life. Or it's like the count-down for a space rocket's blastoff. Life — New Life; Life — New Life. It's like the peck, peck, peck of an unhatched chick, breaking an egg shell from the inside. God's mercies are new every morning. Rhythmically. Sunday, tomorrow; Monday, tomorrow. Life — New Life. The life that I now live, I live to the glory of the Son of God, who lived and died and rose again to the New Life that is mine in Him. So by sorrow and repentance I die daily to arise to Life — New Life. The reformation begun by Martin Luther 450 years ago makes these truths new today. First Lutheran Church Algona, Iowa St. Paul's Lutheran Church Whittemore, Iowa Trinity Lutheran Church Algona, Iowa 450th Refwnutini AMNOTWY

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