The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1954 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1954
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* ; r— Tuesday, October 26,1954 Tuesday, October 26,1954 Driver Save Lives, Shrine Club Told Here Read The Want Ads - It frays! m rrs MEWS '-. WE WANT .«• -•-.-...„ ..'_.^ ..!.!_. J..^.._^...._...... ..-'>._..^..-,' ."-..'.- | i -••• --..^-^. •«^^-.. J .-.- ..., - J ^.- • • * .. ........^...•>..... ......... : YOUR MONEY EARNS MORI AT HOME FEDERAL June 30th And December 3 1st Save With Safety — invest With Confidence . Your Account Is Fully Insured TO $10,000 1917 1930 1954 Through Good Times and Bad - 37 Years Continuous Service • '' Over 6000 Savings and Loan Accounts Assets Now Over $6,200^000.00, You can save and invert your funds by mail with, Home federal. Simply mail your chepk or money order. Your account .will be opened and verified for you at once. Money received by the Ibth earns as .of the 1st, . WRITE OR CAU, ON HOME FEDERAL TODAY! • HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. Algona, Iowa ' We Help Your Community To Become Home Owners GIRL SCOUT \ NEWS Girl Scout Troop No. 6 leU by Mrs Melvin Bay and assisted by ! Mrs R. N, BSckert is earning its Cyclist "badge, , Bicycle ; hikes, safety, and care of bicycles have been done. ' / . s . ' * * *' '•"••;.' '• .Mrs Dean Par roll and Mrs Jack Chrischilles are the leaders! 'of a new second grade r Brownie troop. They are planning a hikg and wiener roast this Wednesday if weather permits.' • -.»•«. v Mrs Robert LaBarre and her. Troop No. 14 are studying for, their , "Trr/op and Community Badge." • ' , .*'*'*• > : The Executive Board of the Girl Scouts met at the home of Mrs Richard P. Norton last week Monday evening. Joy Hutzell In Oratorio Society MT VERNON, IOWA — Joy Hutzell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence E. Hutzell of 222 South Ridgley St., Algona, a freshman student 'at Cornell college here, has been admitted to membership in the college Oratorio Society, according to Dr. Paul Beckhelm, 'director of the group. Irvington 4~H Installation The October meeting of the Irvington Ideals was held at the home of Joan and Beverly TJrch. A demonstration was given by Joan and Beverly Urch and a talk Was given by Virginia Simons. Installation of officers was held as follow: Bonnie Froehlich, president; Carol Frideres, vice- president; Wilmft Brown, secre- ,tary; Judy Frideres, treasurer; Mary Janice Arndorfer, reporter. Blondiha Erpelding became a new member. . A Halloween party will be held Oct. 31 at 7:30. Guests were Blondina Erpelding and Patty Priebe also two mothers Mrs Evelyn Froehlich and Mrs Leona Erpelding. , Jonathan Hulls, an Englishman, built the first steam propelled vessel in 1706. An 'amulet is a charm worn as protection from witchcraft. ON NOVEMBER 2 How Do You Like What The Benson Program Is Doing To The Prices Of What YOU Sell? Eggs and poultry are near record low levels. Under the law, Secretary Benson could be supporting eggs and poultry anywhere from zero to 90 percent. Where is he supporting them? At ZERO. Hog prices have been sliding down. More hogs on the way. Under the law, Secretary Benson could support hogs anywhere from zero to 90 percent. Where is he supporting them? At ZERO. How do you like the new corn loan provisions. They put the Bottom £t 75 percent of new parity, or 66 percent of old parity. Thafs around $1.15 in Iowa. IF you want a program that supports the eggs, hogs and dairy products on which your income depends — IF you want a farm program that puts control back in the hands of farm elected committees — IF you want to rebuild the soil conservation program Vote. Democratic November 2. VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOVEMBER 2 For the party that pulled farmers out of one Republican depression and is fighting against another one. GUY M. GILLETTE - U. S. SENATE CLYDEE. HERRING - GOVERNOR LUMOND F. WILCOX - CONGRESS AND A GOOD, CAPABLE SLATE OF COUNTY" CANDIDATES VOTi DEMOCRATIC NOV. 2 — TO STOP THE DOWNWARD SLIDE OF FARM PRICES!! SPONSORED BY THE VOLUNTEER GILLETTE-HERRING-WILCOX CLUB OF KOSSUTH COUNTY Courtesy and Common Sense A Good Team The Shrine Club at its Wednesday evening meeting last week was given an itjside look at automobile accidents, their causes ana costs, event to residents around Algona. The meeting was held at the Johnson House. J. Earle Miller, claim man with the Employers Mutual Casualty Company of Des Moines, who spoke here, was sponsored by the Iowa Insurance Educational Service. " in his talk he reviewed facts as to driver education's effect on the automobile accident problem, pointing out that insurance companies pay only with policyholder's premium dollars. If accident costs go down the insurance premium charged in the Algona area will go down. ,He suggested courtesy in driving on streets and highways equal to the courtesy each student or parent uses in everyday activities. That everyone should take driver education before driving a car to learn habit patterns of safety that will protect the drivers all- their lives. He pointed out that Algona is west of a T corper of two danger- packed highways, one from Jewell through Garner to Forest City and from Garner east to Nora Springs on highway 69 and 18, according to the Highway Patrol Map published May 1954. He discussed the changes' in cars but pointed out that pavements have not changed; that a speed law might help if backed by each individual! that old highways should be marked to warn of hidden 35 ,mph turns and grades; that other areas have reduced their insurance costs by active safety campaigns; that Algona High School does have a driver education course, but that a Drivers Club might also be formed in Algona as have been organized in Humboldt, Floyd & Jewell; that both the Department of Public Instruction and the Highway Patrol will cooperate in such, Drivers Clubs. My Miller closed by telling each person present that America's accidents are up to them, in not tolerating driving or drivers "Slanted towards automobile . accidents and the deaths that follow, as America will be their youngsters very own in a few short years, if they live, St. Benedict Boy Serves In Alaska EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA, October 13'— Airman iecond Class LeRoy J. Grand- _;enett of St. Benedict, recently arrived at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, where he is stationed with the 58th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron. The 58th is one of aerial Weather .Service, one of the global operations of the famed Military Air Transport Service. The 58th Academy Studeht Council The Student Council at St. Cecelia's Academy is pictured above. In the row, running from top to bottom, at the left, are Merle Loss, Jack Henry, Bob McMahon and Joan Henry. In the row at the right from rear to front are Al Grill, Barbara Barton, Rochelle Johnson and Ann Mikes. Merle Loss,, senior, was elected president. Barbara Barton, a junior, was named rice president. Joan Henry is secretary and Bob McMahon is treasurer.—(Cut courtesy Academy Ripples). has the very important mission of collecting valuable in-flight weather information from, the North Polar region and the "Bering Sea. area. In over seven years of Arctic operations, the 'The Vaulters" of the Squadron have flown more than 3,000 weather reconnaissance flights, are daily and regularly dispatched, using specially modified and equipped Superfortresses for the long, overwater reconnaissance routes. Airman Grandgenett, an air"plane and Engine'mechanic with the 58th, is the ?on of Mr and Mrs A. J. Grandgenett of St. Benedict. Airman Grandgenett, a high school graduate, entered the Air Force on Oct. 10, 1952, Join Marine Corps The Marine Corps recruiting office in Fort Dodge announces the enlistment of two Northwest lowan in the Marine Corps. The two new leathernecks include Robert A. Rochleau, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence A. Rochleau of Burt; Dennis L. Flalg, 19, son of Mrs Mary G. Flaig of Lone Rock. The new Marines are now in San Diego. Amnesty is a general pardon for crimes against the government. fteafstered Jeae/er ~ ' American Gem ALGONAJOWA Honor Roll At Swea City For First 6 Weeks Swea City — Students of the Swea City school who have achieved a place on the honor roll ,for the first six weeks include the following: Seniors, Kay Carmean, Bill Christensen, Jackie Claussen, Mike Dolan, Rita Godfredsen, Gail Ann Johnson, Pat Martin, Carol Miller, Dorothy Schaeffer. Ju^iArs, Mary Kay Dolan, Nancy Guyer, Linda Pulver. Sophomores, Mary Lou Blomster, Georgia Butterfiold, Phyllis Engholm, Janice Sanftner, Nancy Weber. Freshmen, Jim Carmean, Karen Goraczkewski, Lowell Greenfield, Marianne Martin, Edrys Petersen, Kenneth Seylar, Margaret Verbrugge. BURT NEWS Mrs F. C. Soderberg who has been a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City was brought home Sunday and is improving and will be pleased to have cards from her friends. The Birthday Circle will meet I with Mrs Stella Geesman Thursday afternoon, Oct 28. This is election of officers and Mystery Sister? will be revealed. Members of H. E. Rachut's family were at home Sunday as follows, Mr and Mrs Harold Bern and daughter of Marshalltovvn; Stella Rachut of Spencer; Herman Rachut of Geneva; Sheila Rachut of Waverly and the Ed Smiths of Burt. Esther Hasso and Aria Moore of Cedar Falls accompanied Herman and Sheila to Burt for the weekend with Emil Hasses and R. L. Moores. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Elect CLYDE E. HERRING Governor .General Election, November 2 A Vote For HERRING fs A Vote For Xoo CLYDE E, HERRING Democratic Candidate CLYDE E. HERRING E/ect Guy M. Gillette, U. S. Senate Frank L. Davey, Secretary of State I. E. Hanson, Treasurer of State L. E. Plummer, Attorney General Loren K. Hullinger, Supreme Court Justice Wallet L Conway, Com. Commissioner Sp9*«or«4 By M. E. Rowlings, Lieutenant Governor J. Rex Weddle, Auditor of State A. I. Loveland, Secretary of Agriculture A. C. Shepherd, Supreme Court Justice Frank F. Messer, Supreme Court Justice Walter A. Vaughn, Com, Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee

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