The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1968 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1968
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Vti-ii'd .is MTiind rln." ITUit 5IK5III. Nnv. 1. 1D32. uncltt ESTABLISHED 1865 mmmmmmm mmmtm klnitn., \ >\ ^^ trr al tlK' posU>lfir<- .it AlC'Hi.i. 1 ". Au\ ul' Congress <>i M.irch M VOL. 102 NO. 5 School Board Hears More On Heat System The board of education of the Algona Community School District met in special session Wednesday to review certain pi ob- lems related to the heating and ventilating systems for the proposed new high school. Pat Montag, manager of the local North Central Public Service Co., presented a number of facts about heating with gas. He was accompanied by George Ross, Coon Rapids, Minn., consultant engineer. It was explained that a time element per- vented completion of all facts and figures. T. James Palmer, superintendent of Algona Municipal Utilities, accompanied by 0. Burton Harmes, member of the Utilities board, also presented a number of facts concerning electric heating. Mr. Harmes pointed out that the local utilities are bringing in a consulting engineer, Walter Ratal, Milwaukee, Wise. He will participate in further discussion with the school board. Cliff Prall, Des Moines, architect for the new school, was accompanied by Jack Carson, consulting engineer, also Des Moines. Both added much to the discussion of temperature control in the new building. Considerable time was also devoted to acquiring additional land, with no action taken. Much of the discussion took place in executive session. The school board will meet Jan. 16 at 1:30 p.m. to complete studies on discussion at the last meeting and to take care of monthly routine business matters. Announce Slate Ot Adult Night Classes Here Most of the adult education classes conducted by the Algona Community School are to begin Monday evening, Jan. 15. Exceptions are advanced typing, personal and family survival beginning Jan. 23; principles of electricity, and gunsmithing & shell reloading scheduled on Wednesday evenings; and exercises for women and men's recreation scheduled Thursday evenings. So far there have been 360 people registered in the various classes. At this time, there appears to be sufficient interest exhibited in 24 classes in order to continue with a definite course of instruction. The beginning sewing, woodworking & furniture refinishing, cake decorating, and exercise for women have been tentatively filled to capacity. Gunsmithing is also closed to further registrations. Late registrations may still be accepted in the advanced sewing Si alterations, beginning knitting, advanced knitting, upholstery, decorating your home, crocheting, speed reading & reading efficiency, beginning typing, advanced typing, fundamentals of bookkeeping, investments, sketching & oil painting, creative crafts, ceramics, and general metal shop. Also, beginning bridge, intermediate bridge, men's recreation, layman's law, modern math for parents & other adults, public speaking, the world today, conversational Spanish, mass media communication analysis, survey of world religions, machine mathematics, basic electricity, personal & family survival, red cross first aid, and medical self-help training. Adult driver education is not to begin until March 18. Any questions or registrations may be directed to Elgin Allen or Frank Brusie at Algona, phone 295-3518, or by making a personal visit to the office of the Ugh school principal. CENTENARIANS Mrs. Effie Trueblood, Indianola, celebrated her 100th birthday there on December 23, 1967. Mrs. Trueblood came to Warren county with her parents at the age of 5. Mrs. William Reager of Primghar celebrated her 100th birthday on January 4th with an open house given by her children that afternoon. jf "•—•-' • ' ^^« ^HH MM mmm mm \ JAN. 18,1968 j . SECOND SECTION mmmmmmm mm m mi i mi Insuran /AGENT C. W. CONN MOOD All Types of Insurance NOW OFFER The "TRI-FIVE HOSPITAL INDEMNITY PROGRAM" It pays you $500 per month for up to 555 days each time you're hospitalized - YOUR/ mtitpntaa /WW*/AGENT Stop gambling with the Security of your family Get $ 500°° monthly hospital protection now! YOU NEED CENTRAL NATIONAL LIFE'S BIG "TRI-FIVE PLAN" IN ADDITION TO ORDINARY INSURANCE! in this HR0 of increasing hi^h expenses, ordinary hospital insurance, oven Medicare, simply does not cover everything. 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Pays in addition to Medicare. $1,000 accidental death benefit, or $3,000 common carrier travel accidental death benefit (World wide coverage). These benefits are reduced 50°l. at age B5. Guaranteed renewable for life. Policy cannot be cancelled or modified by the Company for health reasons. Pre-existing conditions are covered after policy has been in effect 24 months. You can receive benefits for over one and a half years or more than 39,000 for any one sickness or accident under this plan! Exceptions and limitations arc standard for policies of this kind. Only these few items are included: 1) War or act of war 2) Suicide or intentionally self-inflicted injury. :t) Active duty in Armed Services 4) Confinement in hospital operated by Veteran's Administration or city, state, or county welfare institution !)) 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