Read It for more NEWS - See If for better PICTURES - U,e It for " Iur oe " ei> PICTURES - Uie It for more BUSINESS glgotra dipper ®e£ _,he postofflce at Algona, Congress of March 3. 1878. ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964 12 PAGES BY RUSS WALLER * * + This column finds Itself in slight disagreement with both the political parties Insofar as a state withholding tax is concerned ... the governor favors it, the democratic legislature seems to do likewise, and the republican legislative study committee also lends Its support to the Idea. The basic reason for advocating the state withholding tax is that It is felt many pay no attention to a state Income tax, and much revenue is lost. This we can understand. However, It Is also one more set of records and reports and payments to be made by employers, and that is Indeed a chore. The suggestion has been made that there be "frosting on the cake" by allowing employers forced to keep the records and make the deductions be allowed a certain tax credit for their efforts. Well, that's a shade more than the federal government allows and you even have to furnish your own stamps for the reports t But we expect to lose the argument I * * * After 50 years, Mrs. Emll Blerstedt of Fenton, and Mrs. Harry Grein of Windom, Minn., met recently. They are the former Erna Cade and Louise Wolf, respectively, and were old neighbors and schoolmates In the West Bend area, 50 years ago. * * * Someone has suggested that the main thing wrong with the cable T-V vote In the recent election was that It wasn't on the democratic ticket. * » * \ Memo to Virginia of Emmetsburg - It's "turkey time" again, so watch out for those giblets In the little paper bag stuffed Into the neck, which you missed last year. * * * Richard Krost, Farlbault, was rummaging around his house recently, and tucked away In a trunk he found , a copy of the old Algona Courier, dated May 18, 1894. The copy of the paper and story from the Farlbault Daily News telling about It, were forwarded to the Upper Des Molnes office. The Courier had the stamped name of "J. H. Knott" on its frontpage, evidently the subscriber. Mr. Krost of Farlbault was at something of a loss to know how the 1894 copy got into the trunk. First Session Of Financing Series Held VOL 99 - NO. 54 MAIL BAG: Letter from Algonan Wayne (Reb) Johnson, from Hllo, Hawaii, where he Is In PeaceCorps training, preparing for Indonesia. He is studying language (doesn't say which one), technical train- Ing In the athletic line, interspersed with a good supply of "shots" for various possible germ enemies (has had 21, so far). There are 17 men and three girls In the class, and Wayne says "believe me, we have the psychiatrists scratch- Ing their heads," Now - off to Indonesia. * * * Ran Into Dr. A. W. Amunson the other day, retired Algona optomotrlst, He had Just completed an Iowa City operation on his ears, and now wears no hearing aid at all - after wearing one for many years. A new type of surgery accomplished the feat of restoring his hearing. + * + One pheasant hunter reports knocking down a bird, but before he could get to it, a big, black labrador came out of nowhere, scooped up the bird and trotted rapidly away - toward home, presumably. Now that's the kind of a dog to have saves a man time, trouble and ammunition to just have a dog trained to bring home the pheasants. * * * Famous Last Line - Marriage is an institution which teaches • man frugality, regularity, temperance and other virtues he wouldn't need If he stayed single. CHARLES DONHOWE 120 community leaders and interested citizens from Kossuth county attended the first of a three meeting series on Financing Public Services Monday night at Algona high school AnnexvThe series is sponsored by the Kossuth County Extension Service. Charles Donhowe, public affairs assistant at Iowa State University, and Galen DeValois, County Extension Director, presented the program on "How Public Services are Financed," an analysis of taxing methods and "Who paid the Iowa Tax Bill." The second meeting of the series will be Nov. 23 a* the Annex. Its program will have local school data for all Kossuth county high school districts and .will Include time for discussion. DeValois said Tuesday that those who missed this week's session due to conflicts can come to the next meeting and receive the kit of materials or stop at the Extension office this week and pick up their kits of reference material. The third and final meeting will be Nov. 30. Several Pay Justice Court Fines Here Several cases have been heard by Justice Milton Norton here during recent weeks. Fines have been paid by the following: Nicholas Weydert, Bode, $25, falling to yield; Walter Bleich, Algona, $20, failing to stop for school bus; Gerald L. Meyer, Algona, $20, failing to yield; Charles C. BJustrom, Whittemore, $12, speeding; Nancy Lee Relmers, Ringsted, $10, speeding; Mrs. Elmer Trenary, Corwtth, $10, falling to stop for bus; and Donna R. Bell, West Bend, $5, excessive noise. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. One U-D-M Issue For Next Week On Wednesday With Thanksgiving Thursday of next week,* there will be only one issue of The Algona Upper Des Molnes next week, that issue, to go to press Tuesday afternoon for complete area distribution on Wednesday. The Algona Postoffice will be closed all day Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26. The lobby will be open, but no windows, and there will be no mall deliveries of any kind. Mail will, however, be worked and dispatched as usual. FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Molnes Nov. 19, Thursday - Mrs. Alphonse Thilges sale, 2 1/2 miles east of Jet. 169-18. Machinery and cattle, as listed in complete detail in last Thursday's UDM. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Nov. 20, Friday - Norman Schaefer sale, livestock, hogs, equipment, as given in detail in last Thursday's UDM. Place 4 north and 3 1/2 east of Trimont, Minn. Gaalswyk, Wedel & Kahler, auctioneers; Martin County National Bank, Fairmont, clerk. Nov. 20, Friday - N. A. Danielson sale, .first place west of Swea City on Hy. 9. Complete sale listing in Tuesday's UDM. Power machinery, 27 head Hol- stelns, acreage, etc. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, clerk. Nov. 20, Friday - Duane Studer sale, 2 1/4 miles east of Wesley on new U. S. 18, farm machinery, 93 head livestock, household goods, feeder pigs, ^.etc. West & Leek, auctioneers; Exchange State Bank, Wesley, clerk. Details in Tuesday issue of UDM. Nov. 23, Monday - E rnest Johnson sale, starting at 9:15 a.m. Selling machinery, cows, pigs, sheep, miscellaneous. Located 7 miles north of Armstrong Catholic church, one east and 1/4 south. Details In UDM this Issue. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; First Trust, Armstrong, clerk. Nov. 23, Monday - Vic Loebig sale, 1 1/2 miles east of Wesley, 1/2 mile south and 1/4 mile east. Tractors and machinery, cattle,.hay,,tools, etc. West & Rolling, auctioneers; Exchange State Bank, Wesley, clerk. Details In UDM today. Nov. 27, Friday - 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Joseph C. Harvey sale, 8 1/2 miles west of Armstrong, one south and 1 3/4 east. Sell- Ing power machinery, feeding equipment, calves, etc. Sale details In UDM soon. Burns, .Clark and Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank, Es- thervllle, clerk. Dec. 11, Friday - L. L. Merkle sale, LuVerne, including late model machinery, 125 head dairy cattle, etc. Coffee all day. Ronald Peck and Dwayne (Shorty) Huntington, auctioneers} Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Details later. Special consignment from Ralph Kenne to be Included In Merkle sale. Listing of sale dates for coming sales is free in the Upper Des Molnes, • Seneca Girls Go A-Gleaning To Raise 4-H Fund SENECA - The Seneca Stars 4-H club held a fund-raising event Saturday afternoon, when they gleaned approximately 70 bushels of ear corn on the Nina Kracht farm. The group met at the Kracht farm at one o'clock and with the assistance of the leaders, Mrs. Art Bergum, Nina Kracht, Mrs. Robert Fortney, Mr. Fortney and Mr. Bergum gleaned the corn, which they will have shelled and sold, and proceeds added to their club treasury. Members assisting In the project Included Audrey, Kathy and Carrie Bergum, Linda Sue Kracht, Ann and Rosemary Fortney, Anna Menz and Jill and Becky Jensen. Meet Wrestlers Session Set A "Meet the Wrestlers" meet- Ing Is scheduled at the Algona High School Annex at 8:00 p. m Tuesday night, November 24. ' Parents and other fans of the Bulldog; Wrestlers will have an opportunity to get acquainted with this year's team at this time. Refreshments and door prizes will be furnished by the Algona Wrestling Boosters Club. Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dole, former residents of the Algona - Irvlngton area, observed their 50th wedding anniversary, Nov. 8, at their home in Kntpp, Wise. Relatives and friends attending and spending the weekend were: Mrs. Mary Dole, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Immerfall and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thllges, Mrs. Helen Harmon and Mary Jane, a" ol Algona; M r. and Mrs. Clarence Green, Bancroft; Mrs. Walter Mescher, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole, Mr. and Mrs. John Dole and family, Mrs. Marle Frank! ot Irvlngrton, andMrs, Pearl Horton of Sioux city. Break Ground For New Good Samaritan Home Here Ground-breaking ceremonies for the proposed new 60-resident Good Samaritan Home here were held Monday at the site in the southwest part of the city (west of the present home) at 2 p.m., with Rev. Frank Harcey of the Congregational church shown in the photo at left turning the first shovel-full of dirt. He is flanked al™ 6 J I y u MSgr ' P> P> Gearen ° f St. Cecelia's parish here, and M. H. Honsbruch, local druggist. Ail™" 1 " P H 0t ° ,*,' ' he rlSM ' Mrs> Marte Murtagh, long-time Algonan and resident of the present home, is shown as she de- 1 vered a short talk during the ceremonies. Beside her is O L Nasby, manager of the home here. . ' ' *inn he nn, e o Slly ldentlfled ln the Photo at right are Mayor Bill Finn Bill Conn, local banker, H. J. Cowan, contractor, R. G. Buchanan, L. G. Kenyon and R. S. Blossom. Several of those shown are members of the local coordinating committee. . <f Imi,"" °' the " eW bulldlng w111 be 19 ' 380 «l»are feet and it will house six single and 27 double rooms, with all the facilities needed to operate It. S3n°nnn° f Ju* Pr ° J ^!' lncludln e land ™* building, will exceed 2f o? In \f" addltional $50,000 needed for equipment. About half of the latter figure has been raised from various sources during a fund drive that will continue in the future. (UDM News- Burt Man Wins Prize At Gas Co. Open House An estimated 2,000 friends and customers of the North Central Public Service Co. here attended the firm's anniversary open house Thursday and Friday, Nov. 12-13, according to Pat Montag, manager. A total of 1400 registered for free prizes, which were awarded at the close of the observance. Paul Schwelger, Burt, won a $125 space heater, Mrs. Anna Courtney, Algona, and John Jennings, Sexton, won Caloric kitchen hoods andMrs. EuClalreMey- er, Burt, and Lora Raney, Algona, won gas candles. One of the biggest hits of the entire open house was the large mums presented to many of the women who visited the firm's new store on State street. Wed 25 Years *«*"••" Hi "" " - - Mr. and • Mrs. Francis C. (Butch) Kollasch, Whittemore, will celebrate their sliver wedding anniversary with an open house at St. Michael's school hall, Nov. 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. All relatives and friends are Invited. 23 Degrees Here Nov. 18; New Low Mark A new low mercury reading marked the approach of winter H L R Nov. 12 60 39 Nov. 13 59 30 .25 Nov. 14 68 39 Nov. 15 44 41 .09 Nov. 16 40 28 Nov. 17 46 30 .02 Nov. 18 — 23 State Aid For County Schools Is 5(6,706 A. M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools, today released figures on general state aid warrants to nine school districts in the county. The total payment is $66,706.05, which is 99.3889 per cent of the claim. This is the Tirst payment in the 1964-65 school year, but the second in the fiscal year of 1964. The funds go into the general operating expenditures funds for the various schools. It amounts to 17 per cent per pupil per day of attendance In the elementary schools and 20 per cent per pupil per day of attendance for high school students. Total for the schools in the Algona district is $24,037.11. Burt receives $4,344.68; Lakota, $5,404.84; Bedyard, $3,634.36; Lu Verne, $4,865.10; Sentral, $8,249.53; Swea, $6,783.18; Tltonka, $8,009.27; and Grant, $1,377.80. Judge Stillman Rules For F-Bureau In Company Suit A decision by District Judge G. W. Stillman of Algona, has ruled in favor of the Farm Bureau Federation and its stock holding of 500 shares, a majority, in a suit concerning the management affairs of the Farm Service Co. of Pocahontas, which includes Pocahontas and Humboldt county customers. The ruling has an effect on similar setups around the state. The Iowa Farm Bureau was not permitted to vote Its stock at the annual meeting of the farm supply co-operative in May, 1963. In his findings and conclusions, filed Friday at Pocahon- , ,tas, Judge Stillman also ruled that the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation is entitled to purchase an additional block of 500 shares of stock. Farm Bureau officials Saturday hailed the findings and conclusions of Judge Stillman "as a victory for all stockholders." They saw in the equity trial held at Pocahontas last January a "threat" to cor- porate business because the vote of a stockholder had been denied by company officials. The parent Farm Bureau has 49 affiliated farm supply companies in Iowa. In the meeting at wliich company officials refused to permit the Iowa Farm Bureau to vote, patrons of the Pocahontas cooperative voted to buy such wholesaled supplies "competitively." If the Farm Bureau had been permitted to vote, as requested by state secretary Kenneth Thatcher, the Farm Bureau would have controlled the outcome of this decision. Since that 1063 meeting, the Pocahontas co-operative has been buying products from the Consumers Co-operative Association of Kansas City. This company is a wholesale distributor of farm goods, as is the Farm Bureau's FS Services, Inc., and Is a competitor of the Farm Bureau for such business. Honor Award Joe Pomplun, manager of the S & L store here, was honored by his employers during the past weekend when he recelvedawrlst watch and diamond pin for 25'" years in the organization during an awards dinner at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Pomplun, along with other store managers from all over the mid- west, were present for the presentation. 7 Get Straight 'A' As AHS Honor Roll Listed Homecoming At LuVerne Still Needs HELP!!! eu or Jim Le'nz, who was not a schoTthe da^h "„ f"' Ped, will be King. Miss Nelson is the d a Z ' "™ ^ Raymond Nelson, Miss Hanselman a d»n M Mf> 3 " d Mrs< Carl Hanselman, Steil a son o £ V?T Mr ' ^ MlS ' a son of Mr. and Mrs. RolanS Len?. " MrS> BU1 Ste11 and Lenz The senior class nominated the four /.<,„,<.., L high school will vote to as and Duane Will, freshmen. Colleen Johns The United Fund here still needs help - if the goal of $15,400 is to be reached, according to Jim Kolp, drive chairman. Kolp stated this week the drive Is at present $1,050 short Letters will be sent soon to persons who, according to records of last year's drive, donated then, but haven't so far this year. It Is hoped all who have not been contacted will get in touch with Mr. Kolp or Mrs. John Hopkins Seven high school students came up with straight A averages to lead the first quarter Honor Roll at Algona high school. Placing with straight A's were Rod Ricklefs, Jean Christiansen, Juanlta Meyer, Maureen O'Brien and Gayle Phillips, seniors; Dennis Georg, Junior; and Robert Morgan, freshman. The other members of the Honor Roll, by classes, follows: .Seniors - Dave Agena, Milton Butzke, Steve Hardy, Dennis Ohrtman, Sandy Schenck, Trudy Alt, Janet Angle, JoEllen Baas, Karen Charles, Mary Cowan, Marilyn Deal, Dorene Funk, Marilyn Harris, Sue Hemrnlngsen, Marlene Henderson, Pam Hopkins, Lois Hunt, Jackie Klnden, Joyce Ludwig, Roxle Rogert, Diane Smith, Ann Wilson, Jane Metzger and Dlanna Pedersen. Jurors - Mark Conn, Tom Dailey, Dave Martin, Jim Peterson, John Snyder, Mike Stillman, Phil Taylor, Barry Watkins, Arlene Anllker, Sally Bay, Linda Cooper, Jo Cox, Sancli Haag, Barbara Medln, Sharon Menneke, Sue Moulton, Jane Raney, Shirley Rlngsdorf, Cheryl Rusk, Linda Sands, Peg Schutter, Sharon Sundet, Carol Teeter, and Judy Tho.^sen. Sophomores - Greg Belts, Tom Claude, Chris Conn, David Gerber, Daryl Johnson, Roger Johnson, Tom Kain, Brocke Laws, Paul McBride, Roger Menneke, Don Riedinger, Jim Schutter, Tom Snyder, Steve Waller, Darla Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Rebecca Fraser, Sandy Harms, Bonita Klllsholm, Barb Knudsen, VaLora Kueck, Marilyn Paetz, Susan Rentz, Connie Schultz, Carol Sloniker, Lark Whittemore, Mary Willrett, and Kathy Morz. Freshmen - Jeff Alle.i, Richard Black, Jim Jorgenson, Delmar Mains, Gary Nelson, Dale Pedersen, Greg Perkins, Gregg Powell, Randal Riedinger, Robert Sigsbee, Dean Teeter, Tim Will. Cathy Chrlschllles, Virgin- la Deal, Donna Fisher, Sara Huber, Bev Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Cindy Miller, Phyllis Moulton, Marne Parrott, Linda Ross, Judy Scobba, Sharon Wagner and Nikl Wegner. Junior High - 8th Grade Tim Black, Philip Bode, Dale Briggs, Jay Geving, Max Laird, Dean Lowman, John Morgan, David Riley, Mark Snyder, Terry Ziesman, Linda Allen, KathyBu- chanan, Susan Dodcls, Patricia Fraser, Joyce Gabrielson, Evelyn Haack, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Lynda Jacobsen, Barbara Jergenson, Jean Jorgenson, Kathy McBride, Rosemary Penuergast, Judy Sigsbee, Karla Sjogren, Kathy Skow, Peggy Zitt- ritsch, and Linda Schlapia. *?th Grade - Nell Anderson, Robert Claude, Terry Dailey, Wayne Dohlman, Gary Hagen, David Leaneagh, Bruce Marshall, Bruce Mueller, Mark Olson, Lanny Phillips, Steve Schultz, Steven L. Schultz, Gerry Whittemore, Stephen Willrett, Theresa Beaumont, Lea Lynn Buchanan, Julie Chrisc'hilles, Dixie Crall, Marilyn Dau, Kristine Easter, Christ ine Groan, Marlene Groen, Cindy Hansen, Virginia Hardgrove, Sharon Hix, Debbie Jnluvson, Diana Levy, Becky Mir.o, Marcy Moen, Doren Mowers, Jan Schulz, Kathy Senenfelder, Kathy Taylor, Debra Will, and lone Metzger. Sister Passes BANCROFT - Mrs. Frank Mulligan and Mrs. Mary Guide received word Sunday of the deatl; of their sister, Mrs. Margaret Rosencrange, who died at Kansas City. Arthur Mulligan took them as tar as Cedar Rapids and they went from there with their brother Ray to attend the funeral. Alumni To Meet A meeting of University of Iowa alum.u is slated this evening at the Algona Hotel at 8 p. m.
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