Aid Melvin Walker Pick 60 Acres At Olson Farm S46 «* n " * es * ^ feu*mile* of Alftena, bacame ill Oct. 31 ,and wag hospitalized at Forf Dodge. HUfritadftncl neighbors decided to do sonieflibg about Ms 15 acres of Unpicked corn. So IS of them gathered at the Walker farm and completed the task Friday morning. , ° Jhe work are MWn above. They are. Beuben McArthur » McArthur. Willie afaL?* 8 ^ elvin ? 0n fP°' Bob F««tenau, Fred Enckson, Art Baker and,Alvin Potratt. who supplied the sheller. «°J! ly n CMUBl t3 r « f n th t daY ' was a wrisl watch - When the job was done. ° f the and 1 had _ Two other men who helped, Everett Lockwood and'BSfaVI JT osier, got away before the picture was snapped. - Women, besides 'Mrs Walker, who .prepared lunch were Caroline Kruse. Edna Wichtendahl. Minnie Baker. LueUa Me- ' fotSnSavhfg) naU "^ C<a °™' Luedlke ' (UDM N ' ws ' The friends and neighbors pictured above lent a helping * ° 1SOn 'a""' .Wednesday. Nov. 8, when they Don Cash, Ed Elberl, Seiler. y 'rl* JV he 6r ° nt r ° w are Leo Elmo 'e. Richard Balk. Chester Fitch, Terry Olson (son of the Art Olsons), Archie Elbert Harold Sit'T^r/ W ° 0d8 and Elmer Tesch ' Mwle Sy aUoTaS S £ but * el " r "f d lo lhe 9'°UP just after the picture Was taken. Glenn Gabriekon and John Jennings also helped. Ben^M ° 01 J, * he men wei ? served a harvest meal at the Art Benschoter home, prepared by Mrs Benscholer. Mrs Les Huff! Mrs George OlsoiyMrs Leo Steven, Mrs W. C. Taylor and others ALGONi, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 3 SECTIONS - 22 PAGES rove ]5 On Honor By Buss Waller Fo * a brief-time, local citizens werejjantipipating a closeup look at the one and only Dizzy Dedti of baseball, and TV fame. H| ••— scheduled ; to arrive./In <A1- Positions Shift In Big - ls from the , Falstaff Brewing Go. In a private plane for pheasant hunting. The rest arrived via pjane, but Diz couldn't make it'... probably dove nunting in Arizona, or chasing grouse in Louisiana! . RollAfTwIn J Content; Tie John Rain has been termed the most fastidious hunter in the county." John was observed purchasing a ; box of shotgun shells ^and at the same time u whiskbroom with,which to dust feathers out- of," his car • « * We are happy to report thai someone does read 'the editorials. Had a call from Mrs. Ann Clark to tell us' where the nation of Upper Volta is ... it i s j n Af _ nca. We had commented on the strange array of names of new countries .casting ballots in thr United Nations, some of which (including Upper Volta) were unknown to us, .It is a safe guess these days, to pick Africa if you run across some you never heard of, either. , Gov. Norman Erbe pushed a button and wrote 1,380 school- aid checks last week, for a total of $19.5 million. He did it with a new electronic check-writing .machine, rented by the state on a lease for only $5,865 a month, well, u saves the governor considerable writing, but since when did the governor have to personally sign every check himselty • * • A bachelor U a fellow who never quite forgets that he is a thing of beauty and a boy forever, * *':••'* Twin 6 £° llowin g students of the Twin Rivers Community, hish school of Bod, made the scholat tic honor roll for the first quarter of the 1961-62 school year. A grade average of 3.00 or above is required in achieving the hon! or roll. A 4.00 is. an A average RnW 0 j — Margaret Bakken, Bob Bjordal, Cathy-Collins, Judy Carman, Doris Heck. Rachd Holt, qracia Kraabel Susan Oppe'dahf" Mackin iwh" 1 * « "T Jeanne se nbarth, Barbara Heck, Jeanne Johnson Marlys Larson, Eleanor Movick Sharon Nygaard, Sara Usher and Carol Vaughn. ade 11 _ Beverly Fiderlick, nH Ir- u 6 T na ^ Karil and Martin and Michele Palmer. Cheryl Fuhrmann, Pat Gronbach' j S *TJ™' Sha ™ Lenertd v •*****' Vpigt) says four and twenty ar the most desirable ages. .At- fou you know all the qiwrfdW a 20 you know all the answers, * * • ' * -)• • The 'Jiff Pf B big-time footbal coach is not the most secuffe one Here they are, now hanging JWfcr P,eugherty Pf Michigan State ip effigy. A couple of years ago U was Mwrray. Warmath. If Iowa loses at Michigan it could be Jerry Burns, And so it goes . * * * Three young high school students took a bus trip to Iowa City last Friday, headed for the game. One of them took along i fora-fitting face mask of e gpriUg, fje put it on and was the last one off the bus at Waterfco, mucn to the consternation of the crowd, in tbji terminal Wttte-did they know that behind the mask was none other than Richard • $» Is* than >, Dorothy Nasby, .,„„, n, Helen Ru'tz, Ken behulze, and Barbara Tompkins New Methodist Pastor, Titonka, Poan, Arrives « R n V> - M ?u ris Kildal of Colman, ': £• J? the new pastor of the Methodist churches at Titonka and Doan. \ n-5* ( S £ , g^duate of Garret! Biblical College, is married and has two daughters. He succeeds Rev. Max Goldman who was appointed to Forest City earlier this XdiJi Rev. Kildaf is a native of Wis- contestants in the Algona Newspapers Trade Expansion .ion Campaign wound up in a tie for second place/as of Juesday n.ght.Mrs. George Sachau of Titonka drew even with Mary T. Bestenlehner of Algona. Mrs. Robert Richter of Burt stilil neia a slim hold on first place. The first 15 contestants were comparatively closely bunched One of the big jumps was made by Mrs,Edgar.C,,Kollasch of Bancroft who moved from 20th position to 12th place over the weekend. Marjorie Rurup of Sexton is another contestant who moved up the ladder. . -'« HUNDREDS OF NEW SUBSCRIBERS have been enrolled from i^T.!' ^ subscri P tions «>«">» ** times as much, in votes toward the top cash awards. All .contestants, however, regardless ot vote standings, are guaranteed a -commission/percentage for tnoir results* ~ • 'Pro-rated Vote Standings, Tuesday night, November 14. Mrs. Robert R. Richter, Burt 5 720 000 *Mrs. Mary Bestenlehner, Algona " s',67o'oOO *Mrs. George Sachau, Titonka 5670000 Marlene Meyer, Algona __ 5 530 000 Josephine Gouge, Wesley _•______ 5 350 000 Mrs. Mariorie Rurop, Sexton 5,220000 Mrs. Imelda Engesser, Algona 5,010,000 Mrs. Forrest Gilmore, Whittemore —_._ 4950000 Esther Sigsbee, Algona 4 oon'ooo Mrs. Beulah Davis, Burt .-J..^::;:: iiisJoSS Miss Irene Corle. Algona „_' 4310 000 Mrs. Al Hinckley, Burt """ 4 / 700' 000 Nathan Banwart, West Bend — ~~I~ZI 4,620000 Mrs. Edgar C. Kollosch, Bancroft 4 350 000 Ann Clark, Algona 4 22o'ooo Mrs. Fred Merkle, luVerne """.I 3,740,000 Mrs, Marie Hansen, Ringsted 3,'670,'oOO Mads Christiansen, Algona 3 42o'oon Mrs. lydia Frederick, LivermVrVIi:::::::" 3,390000 Karen Bier, Fenton . 2 400 000 Mrs, irnie Hutchinson, Algpna ,.:::::":: 900,000 Sandy Richardsen, Swea City ___ WOQO Adult Evening Announced Here Non-Residents Join Area Men For Big Hunt Swea Coach Is Routed By Fire The Swea City fire department was called about midnight Sunday to the Don Butterbaugh res- tence in Swea City. Butterbaugh football coach there. ine f, re was in a waU above neat register. There was, a great f heat and smoke, but no blaze. -,- .?W fif Fred Albers entered Building wearing an oxygen mask and put ,out the fire with chemical extinguisher. No estimate of damage to the 11ISB fc^y 6 * been made. It JS may have to stay out of , home for several days be- 9us e o| the smoke dama/e The sale ,of non-resident hunt- ng licenses zoomed here during he past weekend — and with good reason. Saturday, Nov H signalled the opening of the F^ e , a f a x nt season and the woods (fields) were literally full of hunters. County Recorder Clara Walker reported Tuesday that no less than 62 non-resident licenses had been sold at the courthouse, and hunters from no less than a dozen states outside of Iowa obtained the licenses, which rangr m price from a low of $10 to Colorado residents to $26 to Minnesotans. Illinois had at least 19 hunters here — for that many got licenses. Minnesota was next with 10. And there were thousands of Jowans in the area attempting to get their limit. According to early reports — many hunters had trouble getting birds. However, one aspect, of the season was very good, — no hunters were shpt, either. 12-Page Roto Section Today With this issue of the Upper Des Moines, readers receive the 12-page Farm & Home Thanksgiving roto section. , Featured stories include changing methods in corn production, a few timely tips on Thanksgiving foods, and some early bird suggestions m the field of Christmas activities. It's a bonus supplement every month exclusively with the Upper Des Moines. Name Carnival Queen At Swea Jennifer Mogenson, sophomore at fcwea City community school, was crowned queen Friday at the school carnival. She was selected by ticket A large crowd attended both the Music Booster? supper and carnival, according to superintendent Ed Stewart. More than $50 was taken in at the lunch served by the Swea City cheerleaders. The money will be used to buy new cheerleaders uni- :orms. A number of people from Al gona met Tuesday evening, No\ 14, to formulate the course ol ferings of the Algona .Adult Ed ucation program, which will be gin tentatively Jan: 15, 1962. A a result of the advisory commit tee suggestions, the. following courses are being considered Drawing, oil painting, vocabulary improvement, English usage conversational Spanish, interpreting world affairs, art appreciation, music appreciation, beginning sewing, advanced sewing and alterations, beginning knitting, advanced knitting, millinery, interior decorating, cake decorating and other culinary arts and upholstery. Beginning bridge, advanced bridge, adult men's recreation, women's recreation and dance beginning typing, aviation, radioactive fallout, fallout shelters and civil defense principles, lip reading and ceramics. If you ,have an interest in an adult class other than thos which have been mentioned o have any questions, call Elgii Ellen, high school principal, o Frank Brusie, Cy 4-2268, or write to Brusie, director, Adult Education, Algona Community High School. An attempt will be made to secure an instructor, facilities and more students so that a class may be considered. Local people serving on the advisory committee this year are Barbara Haggard, Alice Condpn Mrs. Melvin Bay, Mrs. N J Kelley, Brail Wright, Darreli Spece, Elgin Allen, Leighton Mjsbach, Kay Whitten, Corrine Shimel, Mrs. Don Stark, Mrs. Edward Arend, Mrs. Marie Penton, Mrs. A. D. Crawford, Mrs John Snere, Don Deal, Mrs. Nel- Ue Van Allen, Mrs. George Bonacker, Gordon Hall, Wes Bartlett, Bill Steele, M. J. Mowers, Don Kramer, Richard Palmer, Bill Dau, Jr., Dave Shumway and Joe Collier. Store Hours Algona stores plan to be open extra evenings preceding the Christmas holidays as a convenience to shoppers. Besides the regular Friday night hours, local stores will be open the nights of Dec. 11 and 16 and Dec. 18 through 23. Shoplifter An Algona juvenile girl was apprehended here Tuesday night by local police and charged with shop- .uting. She allegedly took a sweater :rom the J. C. Penney store and put t in a sack she was carrying. She vm be turned over to juvenile court officals for action in the mater. City Council Now Makes Decision On 8 Half Blocks By a vote of 7 to73"flflr'Algona Zoning Commission went on record, Tuesday night, as favoring re-zoning of about eight hall blocks adjacent to the present business area from multiple dwelling into a commercial business zone. The recommendation will be passed io Ihe Algona city council, which makes the final decision. If the council decides to accept the recommendation, another- public, hearing before the ouncil will be called prior to a votp on the matter. The re-zon- ng calls for amendment of exist- ng zoning ordinances. The Zoning Commission's ac- ion was taken following a two- our hearing at the City Hall urmg which persons for and jainst the proposal were heard here were some 75 present A ftition with 51 signatures from esidents of the area involved as presented. All signers were gainst the proposal. Two-Hour Discussion Basis for the action came from a request for rezoning of block 224, occupied by the old Presbyterian church. The church property has a potential buyer wno wished it for commercial use, out did not intend to exercise the option unless rezoning took place. . Because the Zoning Commis sion did not favor "spot zoning- it was decided to rezone each side of Call Street from that point west to reach the present commercial business area. However the area between the olrl Presbyterian church and the present commercial area is occupied entirely by residential lomes. The engineering firm of Rowat & Murray, which originally drew up the zoning plan in 1958, now ecommended the rezoning The irm said that now, three years fter the original zoning, it felt he original commercial zoning rea was inadequate. In the objections filed to the ezoning, Attorney Leo Casse poke on behalf of the residents n the petition. He cited increased traffic, increased confusion, increased dangers to school children, and the disruption of a presently quiet residential area in which property owners had considerable investments for homes which would suffer if the rezoning and subsequent construction of a new business building took place. Cassel said his clienjs did not agree with the engineering firm's suggestion that Algona needed further commercial zoning when as a matter of faci there were at present several empty business buildings on State St., and several moie likely i 0 T become empty in the near future. He pointed out that the entire length of State Street is already commercial zone, and challenged the necessity of including East Call street in a commercial zone. "Nothing hurts a town moro than empty business buildings' Cassel said, "and those we now have." He also inquired why if the engineer's survey of 195? was considered adequate it now became out-of-date in 1961. Other Viewpoints A cross-check of other viewpoints expressed follows: John Kohlhaas — Asked why 8 or 10 blocks have to be made commercial fpr one proposed commercial building. Bill Barry — Observed that it was unlikely the area concerned would be filled with business buildings in the next 50 years but commercial zoning would bo a constant threat and lower property value. Mrs. V. V. Naudain — Wonder if commercial zoning would cause tax reappraisal. Oliver S. Carlson — Said valu ations do not rise or fall will commercial zoning. Dr. W. L. Clegg — Asked whai would happen in a year or twc a someone else wanted to build a business properly o.utside tin commercial area. Howard Miller — Said he had searched long for a home, remodeled it, had just what Im family wanted, and now wondered what would happen. Milton Norton — Built his home 40 years ago, had kept it up, and now suggested rezonin/' was desired only because there was one empty church property Larry Knoll — Wondered wh so much area was involved. Jack Limbaugh — Expresse opinion that Algona's busines area needed expansion. Jim Whittemore — Wonderec why, when only real eonsidera lion was a half block, all th rest had to be involved Russell Buchanan — Said he felt there were not enough places available in present business commercial area for large expansion. At the conclusion of the public forum, Chairman Everett Baldus asked for the Commission viewpoint on whether to vote or table the matter, and the vote was taken. Voting for the recommendation to rezone were Baldus, L E. Hovey, Clayton Perclval Lloyd Robinson, Miles Sloniker Phyllis Burt and Bryon Richardson. Voting against rezoning wert Marian Will Veda Murtagfa and Max Bartholomew, Nudity In 4 Magazines Is Charged Four magazines, which thd plaintiffs say consisted chiefly of pictures of undraped females, have resulted in the filing of on unusual case in the court of Justice Delia Welter. The Smoke Shop, venerable Algona meeting place, is charged with the sale of obscene, lewd and indecent magazines. The in- ormation was filed by Dr A j Gotten and Dr. D. J. Shey, local veterinarians, and the formal omplaint by County Attorney Gordon Winkel. No date for a hearing has been et, as G. D. Shumway, attorney or the Smoke Shop, is attending a tax school this week at Des Moines. Dr. Cotton said yesterday thai he and Dr. Shey had no axes to grind. However, they found four magazines on a top shelf at the Smoke Shop, they said, which were'on the list of banned magazines compiled by Norman Erbe when attorney general last year. The magazines were "Adam" "Caper", "Gem" and "Nugget." "We are not interested in any fine," said Dr. Gotten, "we just want to get the magazines out of circulation." Smoke Shop proprietors, Stewart McFadden and L. W. Gillespie, said that the magazine racks are filled regularly by Iowa magazine distributors and they do not read or check eacn different magazine. Unsold copies are usually returned as new ssues appear. After Erbe's banning of numerous magazines, the magazine distributor's association took the matter to court, and just whac happened afterward is not too cWar, but the magazines never were completely removed from Io,wa circulation, even though Mii Erbe is governor today. The charge, Mr. Winkel said is an indictable misdemeanor, triable in district court if a lower court finds sufficient reason to so do, in a preliminary hearing. Postpone Move To Revalue Here Decision by the State Tax Commission to forego any move o increase general assessment valuations throughout the state las temporarily solved the prob- em for Kossuth County, one of 8 slated for increase if the ot>- ections were overruled. A pro- est hearing had been set up in which Kossuth was to partici- ate, but the state unit's decision anceled the necessity of the meeting.
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