The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 4
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Thursday, Nov. 9, 1967 ! Algeria (la.) Uppftf De* Melnw- write-ins for the post, vote was 221. Total 4-AI0«na (la.) Upp«f D«t Moin«l Thursday, Nov. 9, 1967 (Continued from Page 1) vote*getters were incumbents Altin Honken and John Miller, With 203; Richard Isebrand, 198; John Hamilton, 187; and Alfred Redenius, 100. There were 13 LEDYARD Gus Simonsmeier was reelected mayor of Leclyard with a total of 37 votes out of 38 Mount or Dismount a Stan-Hoist Loader in minutes. Stan-Hoist loaders arc dependable, economical, rugged. Yes, with Stan-Hoist you hook-up and go. The bite is big. Over ?400 pound break-a-way capacity. The double strength frame takes only seconds to mount or dismount. Get on and off your tractor from the side easily. Nothing is in the //ay. r.round and polished cylinder and chrome plated ram. Guaranteed unbendable tm'-s Touch tubular construction flexes, -works with your tractor. Models a/ailabl" to fit all popular tractors. One is custom built for yours 1 Buy a Stan-Hoist Loader. Why vttle for less' <** You'll like the operator visabihty you get with a Stan Hoist Loader. No matter what position bucket is in you can always see what you're doing. Variety ol accessories available LOADERS JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Visit our store todayl • Algeria, la. 295-2421 total votes cast. Votes for councilmen included incumbents Everett Thompson, 38; Bernard Reilly, 35; A. J. Kollasch, 37; Harold Wentworth, 37; and Lawrence Ternes, 34. SWEA CITY Swea City voted a new member to the council with 154 votes for Dennis Mittag. Also, votes included Milton Greimann, incumbent, 125; Maurice Kollasch, 84; Robert Mortenson, 71; Jacob (Bud) Peterson, 70; Alfred Anderson, 65; Martin Dahl, 60; A. E. Charlson, 33. Total vote there was 227. FENTON A total of 131 votes cast here, with Arnold Hansen elected mayor. He polled 85 votes to 45 for Marion Stuck! and replaces W. W. Jolley, incumbent, who was not a candidate. The five council posts will be filled by Marquis Saxton, 121. LeRoy Jacobsen, 118, Roger Ulses, 114, and write-ins, Robert Mitchell, 22, and Merle Voigt, 18. Wilfred Stoeber was named park commissioner and there were a total of 51 write-ins cast. Some others were incomplete as voters wrote in their favorite's name, then failed to make an X in the box provided. LUVERNE Incumbent Jim Mallory was re-elected, getting 98 votes to 62 for Paul Maass. Councilmen named were incumbents Dale Zentner, 101, and Dennis Holmes, 105, and Dennis Patterson, 108, Myron Hinz, 113, and Otto Lawson, 111. Verlaine Johnson was re-elected treasurer with 154 votes. A total of 160 votes were cast. •••••!* in*a•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• STOP being a slave to dirty dishes! An automatic electric dishwasher ends one more annoying household chore. Today's modern electric dishwasher gets dishes sparkling clean, hygenically clean—much better than by hand because the water is hotter than your hands can stand. And with the modern automatic electric dishwasher, there's no hand rinsing, hardly any hand scraping, no more dishwasher "roar." Today's automatic electric dishwashers hold more dishes, wash them better, dry them spot-free. Live a little with a modern electric dishwasher! Algona Municipal Utilities KLGA RADIO EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO ALGONA and GARRIGAN FOOTBALL TEAMS ALGONA 7-1 GARRIGAN 5-3 Hear The Seasons Wrapup With Head Coaches KEITH CHRISTIE BEANIE COOPER ON COACHES CORNER - SATURDAY -11:05 DECA Week Is In Progress Around Nation National DECA Week is being observed this week in more than 3,000 cities where Distributive Education is taught in the public school system. In Algona, as elsewhere, the local chapter of the Distributive Education Clubs of America, (DECA), is closely associated with the instructional program. This student-directed activity is an effective part of the learning and training process in developing future leaders for marketing and distribution. Through research projects and recognition events, the activities of the local DECA Chapter bring into sharper focus the various instructional parts of the DE program taught in our local high school. Many of our business leaders are involved In the activities of DECA. First, as employer^these business firms provide laboratory environment in which the student tests, observes, applies concepts and skills learned in the D. E. class in school. Second, through supervised training, the student gains experience in the occupation which frequently is the first step toward his career goal. Third, DE students learn right from the start the basics of business in our free enterprise system. This in itself is highly commendable because nowhere in our educational system is free enterprise demonstrated so adequately as in the Distributive Education curriculum. This approach to education not only develops competent personnel for merchandising, marketing and management, but also prepares youth for better citizenship. Education Week Now On In Schools Here Catholic schools across the nation are observing 1967 Catholic Education Week Nov. 5-11. Several schools have invited members of their communities to participate in special events for the observance in an effort to strengthen their relationship with the communities they serve. St. Cecelia's grade school opened their doors to the parents of all their children Sunday, Nov. 5. Wednesday, Nov. 8, their doors will be open to the teachers in the public schools in the city. As a reflection of the shifting emphases within the educational field, the Catholic Education Week theme is "Are Our Schools Preparing Them." Programs within the schools have been geared toward the study of the ways in which Catholic schools are preparing their students by shaping character, providing learning opportunities, meeting the challenge of change, providing quality teaching, stimulating lifelong learning, developing vocational competence and enriching human life. Five Algona Students In State Chorus Five students from the vocal music department of the Algona Community Schools were selected to sing in the All-State Chorus. The students were Sharon Von Bank, soprano; Judy Scobba, alto; Bill Burt, tenor; Tim Will and Dean Teeter, bass. The All-State Chorus of 600 voices is held in Des Moines Nov. 24-25 in the KRNT theatre. The 600 voices are picked through auditions of some 3500 students from throughout the state. Judy Scobba and Dean Teeter were two of 35 students picked from 536 students trying out in the North Central District on the first series of auditions. 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