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FOREST CITY -- Waldorf College will participate Nov. 13 in a slate-wide Prospective Teacher day, according to Sigvald D. Fauske, president. Forty - one [owa colleges will participate in this project, sponsored by the Iowa commission ou teacher education and professional standards. The co-ordinator at Waldorf for :he program will be Richard D. Moe, director of teacher education at Waldorf College. Mr. Moe explains that Prospective Teacher day is an event through which thousands of Iowa NATO EXERCISES--Dwight S. high school students have oppor- Beavers, Jireman, USN, son tunity to visit a college or university to see a program of teacher of Mrs. Evelyn M. Beavers, and husband of the former education in action. The event is Patricia J. McMurray, Bel- designed to assist students andi mond, aboard the tactical tne public in becoming aware of' contributions that teachers make to the welfare of society and give high school students an opportunity to see how they might be come a professional teacher. Full Day A full day of activities have been planned for the high school visitors command ship, USS Northampton, took part in the North Atlantic Organization exercises in European water last month. More than 200 vesels with attached air support from 'NATO countries took part in the operations. County Board Terminates Contract NEW HAMPTON - The CfaZck- asaw County Board of Supervisors voted this week to terminate the contract of county engineer Dean Sanderson, the action to become effective March 1, 1958. The motion made by Kenneth Niemann of Fredericksburg and seconded by Ray Huegel of New Hampton was carried by a 3 to 1 margin, H. G. Swinlon of Nashua voting with Huegel and Niemann. Frank Gorman of New Hampton voted against the motion, with board chairman Harold Heying of Alta Vista not voting. The board's action was a direct reversal of last year when, after considerable public intcresl had been generated in a salarj raise granted Sanderson, the board approved a contract calling for his present $9,000 per year. Junior Class to Present Comedy at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON--A comedy, "Onions in the Stew," will be presented Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. in , _ as their annual fall presentation. Members of the Vast include: Beverly Weidler, Joyce Brum mond, Sharon Rochford, Made line Bruening, Pat Kobliska Joyce Dahlen, Darlene Pecin ovsky, David Bailey, Mike Car lin, Don Kurtenback. Bob Trewin, Dave Borlaug, Charles Lau ers, Bob Rawson, Bertha Eos. ers, Kathleen Caulfield, Judy Fli- Alfleson and Rose Secrist. 11IV-IJVMi aiiia _i\i/bc OtruJ ijl J The production will be under morial Hospital i · . . " \ T -- ,, rt_ *i i_ i _ the direction of Miss Maude School. Tentative Date Is Set for Class Play Prospective Teacher Day Economist Planned at Waldorf College m RICHARD D. MOE the visitors will have noon lunch at the college cafeteria. Another highlight of the day will be a panel discussion starting at 1 p.m. on the topic, "Why Should I Become A Teacher?" Announces Workshops NORTHWOOD - Mrs. Florence Ferden, Worth County home economist, has announced a craft session to be sponsored by the Extension Service Family Living Committee. Nov. 5 a cake decorating demonstration a n d m o s a i c tiling workshop will be held at the Methodist Church, Northwood, at 1:30 p.m. Miss Dorothy Burch, Mason City, YWCA director, will demonstrate cake decorating and Mrs. Ferden will instruct in the j making of mosaic tiies. The second session will take place at Manly B.U.E.B. Church Nov. G at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Laura McGillivray, St. Ansgar, will conduct a workshop on braiding rugs Ferden another on ueun pianneu lor me man schoolTM r , ^^i^i: visitors at Waldorf College, start- £ anel memb ?« will be Keith Van ing with registration at 9:30 a.m. HoTM, superintendent of Forest i _ r i _ - , ' . I F · , L l l V aCIUlftlS. Air*; He^nr- T3'on Informalities will include a lunch served by the student Iowa City Schools, Mrs. Oscar Branstad, former high school and col- luiiiu a v - i v c u U V 111C 3LUUL-III lUWit I , , .. ,, State Education Association at JAege , f ac4he f o£ 1 ' orest Clt ' Lois Rasmusson Hall. A general scs- '5 nn Westerbcrg, Forest City High sion starting at 10 a.m. at Salveson Hall will include a welcome by Mr. Moe, a skit by the Forest City High School Future Teacher Association and assignment of rooms for visitation. Lunch in Cafeteria Following the classroom visit, School student, and Shirley Sande, student in elementary education at Waldorf College. A question and discussion period will follow. Last year over 5,000 Iowa high school students visited college campuses throughout Iowa on Prospective Teacher day. and Mrs. mosaics. This craft training is open to the public. Those interested in braiding rugs should bring wool materials, scissors, and paper and pencil for taking notes. Materials needed for tiling work are old newspaper, and an old cup or jar lid. Interest Runs HighatManly Over Election Merger of Co-Operatives Effected in New Hampton Nov. J, . 1H7 3 GIobe-GueUe, Maion CUj, I*. NEW HAMPTON - Merger of the . New Hampton Farmers Creamrcy Association and the Fredericksburg Co-oporative Butter Factory will become effective upon issuance of a certificate from the Secretary of State, it has been announced following final tabulation of the vote of patrons of the l\vo creamery associations the past week. The name of the surviving corporation will be the "Farmers Butter and Dairy Cooperative/' Approval of the merger was granted by a much larger margin than the necessary 2-3 majority needed, as Fredericksburg patrons voted 214 for and 26 against, while New Hampton patrons signified their approval by a margin of D7 to 11. There were 294 eligible voters among the Fredericksburg patrons, 124 ton. were eligible from New Hamp- At Frtdericksburg The new Farmers and Dairy Co-operative will have their principle place of. business at Fredericksburg in the plant presently housing the Fredericksburg Cooperative B u t t e r Factory. However "it may have such other places of business as the board of directors determines. A temporary board consisting of all the directors of each of the two creameries will serve the new association until the next meeting. At that time, the 4th Tuesday in February of next year, a new board will be elect ed. After the annual meeting z. division of patron territory will be made on a north and south line roughly at the "Boyd Road," creating two districts. Each of POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT these two districts will elect no more than 4, nor less than 3, ol the new 7-meraber board, in. or der to insure equitable reprcsen tation. Submitted to Vot* Merger negotiations of the two creameries began some time ago, and at a meeting of the two boards September 30th, the pro posed agreement of merger was approved and was ordered sub mitted to a vote of each member of the associations as required by law. Ballots were mailed October 8th with last week's approval resulting. Changing Conditions Officials of the two creameries explained at that time that they had undertaken the merger study "due to the rapidly changing conditions in the dairy industry." Present members of the two NORTH IOWA DEATHS Abel R. Sanden Dies; Services at Bristol Church NORTHWOOD -- Abel R. Sanden, 57, died in a Masou City hospital early Friday morning. He had been taken there Thurs"day suffering with a heart condition. He was bora Jan. 6, 1900. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Bristol Lutheran Church, preceded by a prayer service at 1:15, at the Conner Funeral Home. The Rev. Christian Notsund will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery. .Surviving Mr. Sanden are his wife, Gilma, and son Gary, of near Northwood; two brothers, Helmer, Lake Mills; and Clar-LT',,1 C t. 1 A , - i · ...... J.1C1J11C1, UdHC 1U1L1S atld U131- ?±, ? Auditorium by enec, Kenselt; two sisters, Mrs. Harang, Emmons, Minn.; rs. Anton Edwardson, Oat land, Minn.; and his mother, Mrs. Julia Sanden, Kensctt. Mrs. Ren Smith Funeral at Britt WESLEY -- Funeral services were conducted Friday in the I a, - L ^ H I I U C C U l ^ d L U I l c l U J U O V f 11- *.~- --« .. ..v.uj j i t tut. e 'er, Diane Hutcheson, Marilii Britt Eva ngelical Free Church Braham, Cordell Leichtman, Dick Mrs ' Ren Smith - 92 wh ° died A i H n c - ^ n n « J r» r- - - - * Wp.HnpsHav in tho TT3nr*rtr»lr- ATrt Wednesday in the Hancock Mrs. Smith broke her hip in a Tucker, head of the dramatics fal1 Oct - 19 ' and bad faeen hos department at the New Hampton P' tali zecl since that time 3 " v "^ 1 . Burial was in the Estherville Cemetery. She is survived by a stepson, Orville Smith. Irwin W. Braga WESLEY-Mrs. Mary Mullen p.. who is directing the junior class DlQS Ot lOWO play. "Keep Moving." has set a ! tentative date of Nov. n for t h e ' presentation. Flu has delayed 1 practice plans. " i I / M V . ,, , T I O T i, · ., : lOu.A PALLb--Irvin n is a --act comedy with cliaracters. at the Peckosh Funeral Home. Cresco, Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Surviving Mr. Hruska are his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Arnold Soukup, Ridgeway; and randdaughter. one Mrs. Kollasch Dies Suddenly at Estherville SWEA CITY--Mrs. A. M. Kollasch, wife of a member of the County Board of Supervisors, died at the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville Friday afternoon. Mrs. Kollasch had been substituting as a teacher in the Swea City school during the flu epidemic the past week. She became ill at school shortly before noon Friday. Her husband was called from a meeting of the supervisors at Algona, and Mrs. Kollasch was taken by ambulance to the hospital. She died shortly after arrival. Death was caused by a cerebral hemorrhage. Mrs. Kollasch was born Lillian Benesh, Feb. 23, 1904, the daughter of John and Frances Benesh, on a f a r m near Wallingford. She was a graduate of Estherville MANLY--There promises to bej considerable excitement here on election day next Tuesday. The Independent Voters Committee, headed by John Clark as chairman, wants to keep the present mayor and councilmen, none of whom entered their names for reelection. None of the names appear on the ballot due to the fact that no! nomination petition was filed with! the clerk. However, by writing hr the names, or using the sticker which Mr. Clark says will be available, they can be re-elected. They are Marvin P. Rusley, mayor; M. H. Barker, Lowell Koci, T. A. Rumbley, L. R. Strand and Perry Webb, councilmen. A new group has filed for coon- cilmeu, but there is no new nomination for mayor. Those filing for councilmen on the new ticket are Emil Benjegerdes, Leo Hovel, Donald Kenison, Don Smith and Irving Meyer. Kiwanis Club at Nora Springs Elects Officers j NORA SPRINGS--Nora Springs; Kiwanians have elected E. C. Moody as their president for 1958,! to take office Jan. 1. He will sue-1 ceed himself, having been elec-i ted to that post last summer,' when the club was organized. Other officers elected were: Vice president, Harvey Reuter: taught school for some time. In 1932 she was married to Bert Reuland, who died in 1941. She was married to A. M. Kollasch in Sept. 1951, and has lived in Swea City since that time. Besides her husband, survivors are two sons, Donald Reuland. a teacher at Underwood, a n d Falls Home - - -- -- o v » " v * ^ VJLI A_|»J l«*l^«i.Vl.l.l\; £ - - · -- · % * - · -- · · - . · . · - j .*..*»·. » * - . J - L L ^ U k V L . High School and attended Iowa secretary, L. V. Jacobson; and State Teachers College. She had ' " " " ' treasurer, C. D. Moody. Board members are J. F. Hartwig, Soren Christensen, R e u b e n Rolands/ Norman Schmolke, the Rev. Ame! dec Fredette, Ralph Miller and Melvin Manning. Formal installation of the new Kiwanis officers will be scheduled for the last week of December or the first week of January. In the cast are Darlene and Delores Studer, Kathy Otis, Roger Flora, Kathleen Cruise, Jim Bleich, Jim Raney, Douglas Downs, Mary Gerres and Robert Olsen. flu Causes Very Quiet Halloween GARNER--Tricks and treats in Garner was a quiet a f f a i r Thursday night with a much smaller number of door bell ringers than usual due to the flu 'epidemic James Reuland, a student at Estherville Junior College. Funeral services will be Mon[day at 9:30 a.m. in St. Patrick's : Catholic Church in Estherville. .The R e v . James Duhigg will! ;conduct the service. Burial w i l l ) Braga,| b e in lhe Estherville Cemetery, j 77, died at his home Saturday! Rosaries w i l l be recited at t h e ! OS AGE--A scuuidi mtumig 01 morning after a lingering illness.' Fuhrman-Sanders Funeral Home! 3 ' 1 llTUls elementary, junior high T7iinjT'i] -^ t-r-» n rtrttti rtn* .- *% r-n nnn J in T^.^fhorvillrt C *» f i n-,-1 ,,,. _ i r* ! 3 n fl 9 PT11 nr Vlicrh ic tr» ha VinlH o t New Type Meeting to Be Held at High School meeting of Funeral arrangements are pending at the Anderson Home for Funerals. He was born in Sycamore, 111. March 9, 1880, the son of M. F. and Mary Braga. He was married to Marcella Courtney who died in 1921. Oct. 17, 1929, he was married to Isabclle Nelson in Mitchell. S.D. in Estherville Saturday and Snn-j day evenings. Hugo Fagerlund, Swea City, Dies; Rites Pending senior high, is to be held at 8:00 p.m. Nov. 6, at the Osagc High School Gymnasium. Wentworth Carter will conduct a "Phillips 66 Discussion" type meeting, a new venture in meetings and the first of its kind lo be held in Osage. Topics to be dis- cu.sscd include discipline, home- s -- - -- . ^-..^,..,vj work, teaching of f u n d a m e n t a l s . Mr. Braga came (o Iowa Falls* J I students and extra curricular about 1909 and had been a c a r j SUE A CITY--Hugo Fagerhmd.'work, hot lunch and bus service dealer and garage owner since i^ l ^,^]" r j^ "11!TM'^';^°:. General c h a i r m a n for the He is survived by his wife- onoJ v51ln following a lony illness. ' l^ Vent* Carter' Mr -- - - »«: »u cp,aemic ? Iaugh f cr ' Mrrs " Lylc P a l t o n J . «e is survived by his wife. who! L c sd , n n d Joc Cascv ' s -, ^ u .S^US:!?T? r --TM : ^ 11 o"-|» »TMTM ^.S; TM--' - "'"'"-scheduled for Thursday cvcninc if ; 3nd V i n c c n l - Lebanon, fester. Kansas City. M o . ; one. p j sponsored bv the Garner C h \ m ' l n d : and l4 g r a n d c h n d r o n - ^'g htcr - Mrs. Henry L o u g h - ' ber of Commerce and hn in Also s «r v »-ing are three sis-"dgc, M a r s h a l l t o w n : s e v e n Commerce and bu s mc«-| tcrSj Mrs j P . Courtney, Hamp-!gramlchildrcn. a s i s t e r , Mrs. j i o n ; Mrs. Jesse Brogan, and M r s . i E m i l Peterson. Albert City and a . c c c _ . J T - L. Maitland. both of Thornton- [brother. Axel. New .Rockford. N LtbSONS j a n f j one t..._., ... ,. -. lr men, were cancelled. X--The Hancock Coun- scrvcv ty Farm Bureau Craft lessons: will be held at the Hayfield school house Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. and at the conference room in the Hancock County REC building in Garner at 8 p.m. Tuesday. bandmaster Sid Stoit at (he Confirmation Set for 17 Members B E G I N S F U R L O U G H MANLY -- Pfc George J. Opp Service Monday at Protivin for M. Hruska · CRESCO -- Funeral services will be Monday at 9:30 a . m . at Mr. Fagcrlund came here in: R A K L -- Confirmation service 1934 and had been the m a n a g e r 0 f ' w h l c " w a s to h a v c becn hokl al the Quaker Oats Co. u n t i l 'retir-i l h o Zlon Lllthcra " church, Oct. ing some years aqo i 2 7 !ias ]Kcn Postponed. Funeral" arransjemcnU are i n - i The d a t c h n s c n t a t ' v cly been complete at the Curtis Funeral s c ' f n r Nnv :, 10 al n Pm - .·Home. ! Pastor H i l m a r Mostul will con' f i r m a class of 17 members. E V E R Y MEMBER CANVASS with his parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Oppman whore h- Si spcnd rno'S of hi 2 dav ?,,? ! ,, lough. At t h e o x p i r a l i o n "of hisC'" furlough. he w i l l report back to iVw'r.al w i l l be in Fort Story, Vc. IcomVtcn- H a J r v ° r - ' K o s a r % Included hi the class are Ellen A m b u r g p r . S t a n l e y Espeland -- Members of the Robert D i « t 7 , M r r l y n Kngrlby i rr- · -. ^ ., ,· ,. - - - -- ....st.1.-. v,i uiv. uiiufi i iJiri/;, iiciivn nuSPlDV oly Trinity Catholic C h u r c h , First Methodist Church. O s a g e J l l a v i d Seifkcn. Carol Halvorson L'irl Till* 1 \ l l f * n n r v l l i i - i i . - L - * » l r i » - r t i l . ^ l * » » . . - . . j V - " _ i " ' . ·* * . _ n.h , r f J 1 , f i ,J" ~ . . l l ° ha% ' e th °' r E v c r y M c m h c r San ' 1ra ^unnins. Doui-Ia.s l^ass Nov. 3. u-i.h Attorney K. s-,, n . H,t,y 1,,, KM*. P a t r W a M a r f ^".Thomas. Dubuquc. ^ o s i i l f a a s l i i n s . Hurt.,,, .lonlahl. Rovor- S I «!'« ' " M m ° nnnf; «'';"".. i.v Larson. Pairida Larson. Roaor ' ° 11() U1 -, ' U ' S °'T iC °' a dllinc '- -^hnofk-r. Donald SkoRcn. Caro,'s .scheduled for the canvas.srrs.;l v n Mat.son and Al!rn EaMvokl POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT boards are Alvin Huckc, Glen Mattkc, Ted Stecge, Martin Wcid- Icr, M. R. Branderberg, Eurl Gitch of Fredericksburg; and Frank Rosonke, Paul Denner, Leo Juennen, Bernard Lauers and Roy Beck of New Hampton. Family Night at Rock Creek Church OSAGE--Family night is Nov. 3 at 6:30 for members of Rock Creek Lutheran Church. The guest speaker is to be Mrs. Odvin Hagen of! Forest City, who, with her husband, recently made a trip around the world. Her topic is foreign missions. Serving chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson. EMPLOYES' DINNER ALGONA -- Algoiia store em- ployes will be guests of their em. ployers at a pre-Christmas sales meeting and dinner Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. at the high school annex. Guest speaker will be R. G. Byers, Sioux City, whose topic will be salesmanship. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT the ASSOCIATED CITIZENS PARTY EARNESTLY URGES EVERY CITIZEN OF MASON CITY TO- VOTE At the City Election TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 in MASON CITY and These Candidates for Re-election Sincerely Solicit Your Support for CONTINUED GOOD GOVERNMENT Four Years of Progress THESE IMPROVEMENTS ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT THE USE OF TAX MONEY 1. One New Large Parking Lot -- One Small Lot being acquired. Negotiations under way for another Large LoL 2. A badly needed bridge built and North Pierce nearly ready to be opened to traffic. 3. Resurfacing of many miles of streets. A. A new well in Southeast section and a V* million gallon Elevated Storage Tank erected, WE POINT TO THE FOLLOWING IMPROVEMENTS IN OUR CITY DURING OUR TERM OF OFFICE · Large Storm Sewer project completed. · Park and Recreation acreage doubled, besides negotiations are under way on 61 acres more, 45 acres in the South by purchase. The other IB acrei by gift. · Ten miles of new paved residential streets. · Underpass on Is! S. W. rebuilt and beautified. Underpass on South Federal rebuilt. · New Modem Lights in business district. · One way streets inaugurated -- 1st Street South and State Street. · Tax millage 6 year average 23.103. Millage for 1958, 24.197. THREE SURVEYS MADE Long Range plans mapped out so we know where we are going before we start. 1--To electrify and modernize water plant. 2--Traffic--A plan for orderly traffic movement as well as convenient and plentiful parking. 3--Disposal Plant -- Sanitary Sewage System. Keep a Good "Team" RE-ELECT George E. Mendon Candidate For MAYOR RE-ELECT C. E. Leffler Candidate For COUNCILMAN AT LARGE RE-ELECT Walter R. Broadbent Candidate For COUNCILMAN 2nd WARD Working FOR THE GOOD OF THE PEOPLE OF MASON CITY RE-ELECT Lloyd L. McGee Candidate For COUNCILMAN 4th WARD I h i s ,,,cssa S r sponsored by The Assorted ciH«n, CnmmHtcr. C K. Cornell. Ch.lrm.n:

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