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By Russ Waller * » » We present fo you today an Algona resident who reached hei 100th birthday, Tuesday, Nov. 1. She is Mrs Malinda Roberts, who was born Nov. 1, 1855, in Star County,-111. She is npw making her home with her daughter, Mrs Martha Andrews, at 713 North Garfield. A family dinner, Sunday, observed the event in the family circle with 20 relatives present, several from distant points. Mr? Roberts has lived here since 1917 She has two living children, an other daughter, Mrs Ida Carpen tor of Chillwack, British Colum bia, in addition to Mrs Andrews As might be expected, she re ceivecl many gifts, including i special birthday cake adorned with 100 candles. But probabl.v the most unusual gift was ah airplane ride donated by Bob McCullough. Mrs Roberts was aloft for about a half hour, while Bol. pave her a good aerial view o< Kossuth county. Did she scare away from the trip? Not a bit. She liked it. In the picture, Mrs Roberts i> wearing her first orchid, another for the occasion. State Historical Soolety Iowa oity, J la. ESTABLISHED 1863 Entered as second class matter at the postof/lee at Algeria, Iowa, Nov. 1, 1932. under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 3 SECTIONS-24 PAGES VOL. 92 - NO. 44 Torrid 6- Way Mayor Race Sizzles 4 New Officers Elected By Kossuth Farm Bureau Pictured above are the newly elected officers of the Kossulh County Farm Bureau, named at the annual meeting held" last Friday evening at the high school here. Al the left is Harry Naffziger. LuVerne, who was named as president lo succeed Lester Eden, who had served in that post for several years and was not a candidate for reelection. Second from the left is Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton, who was named as vice president, then Harold Hunt of Algona, secretary, and at the right is Henry Looft of Seneca, the new treasurer. (Algona Upper Des Moines Polaroid foto). S.D. Me Donald,52, County Supervisor, Rites Nov. 2nd Mr* Malinda Roberts • • • If you saw that super-duper scem-cruiser double deck bus around Algona last week, it was being manipulated by a former Algona man, Jim Bishop, whose father was the Northwestern agent here for many years. Jim left Algona to enter the naval air corps and wound up as a crack Marine lighter - bomber pilot. After the service he became associated with the Greyhound Company. The bus he was driving is one under charter to the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co of St. Louis, and is used to lake distributors and dealers to St. Louis for meetings and inspection nips. The vehicle is valued at $90,000. He says he'll be come through again at the first opportunity. • • • The big debate over the mayor campaign is overshadowing the traditional discussion and forecasting of even the Iowa-Minnesota football game, something that never happened before. It's a good, healthy thing to have genuine interest and plenty of candidates for an election. And it is also good to find that every candidate is wholeheartedly in favor of encouraging industry and trying to develop more for the community. • • • Even the Big Boys make bloopers once in awhile, as witness this paragraph from a Des Moines Tribune story about the woman who accidentally shot her husband in the east: "Mrs Woodward, crying incoherently into the telephone, had Duke of Edinburgh ride directly to Buckingham Palace on their return from their Scottish weekend." Such things add zest to reading the paper. * * * Before the members of the Presbyterian Men's Club pounce on us, we want to get this item in, with greater detail next week —they are sponsoring the appearance Nov. 15 of Merle G. Jones, widely known business man from Beatrice, Neb. who will speak following dinner at 7 p.m. More next week, Andy. Space is pretty tight this weeVi * * * Famous Last Line—I don't want all the votes, I just want yours., Rites Nov. 2 For Ledyard Farmer Herbert R. Trenary, 70, a farmer in the Ledyard area, died Saturday night at the Community hospital at Buffalo Center. His funeral servies were held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Sacred Heart Church in Ledyard. Burial was at Ledyard with the Rev. B. H. Montag officiating. Survivors include his wife, Lilly, five sons and four daughters. He had farmed near Ledyard for the past 20 years. Funeral services for S. D. McDonald. 52. well-known lifetime resident of Algona. were held yesterday (Wednesday) at the Congregational Church at 2 p.m. Rev. G. G. Hallauer officiated and burial was in Riverview Cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was m charge of arrangements. Mr McDonald died suddenly Tibout 3 a.m. Sunday morning at hi-s home from a heart attack. He had not been in ill health, although had suffered from high blood pressure for five years. He was actively engaged in his job as chairman of the Kos.suth County Board of Supervisors at the time of his death. Sherwood, son of William E and Adele McDonald, was born here Feb. H. 1903. He attended school here, and following graduation, attended Cornell College for a year and a half. He was employed by thu county for many years and was appointed to replace his father when he dkvl eit;ht years ago. Since that time, he was re-elected twice, serving as chairman for the past .several years, efficiently and with complete public support in his district. Sherwood married Gwendolyn Gross of Lone Rock, June 2ti. 1926, in the Good Hope Church and the McDonalds had three sons. Garry, Algona, and David, at home, survive. Their first, Billy, died when a year old. Other survivors include his wife, a brother, Stanley, Hermiston, Oregon, and two grandchildren. Stanley returned for the funeral. Appointment of a new supervisor might be made this weekend. The selection is up to Clurk of Court Alma Pearson, Auditor Marc Moore and Recorder Clara Walker under Iowa law. Mr McDonald was well-liked Women Do Good Deed Ledyard—Tuesday, Oct. 25, ladies of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church went out in the country and picked up corn, the proceeds to be used toward the building fund for a new church. The following ladies took part: Mesdames Soren Pedersen, Irvin Smith, Harold Darnell. John Brandt, Ray Johnson. Bill Bauman, Perlin Jacobson. Marvin Junkermeier, Aubrey Water-house. Melvin B u s c h, Kenneth Busch, George Mac Kinnon, Orville Brandt. Victor Vrie- sen. John Richardson, John Kramersmeier, Art Runks- meler, and Fred Selberg. Tractors and wagons were furnished by Alvin Busch, John Brandt, and John Kramersmeier. The two Johns also lended a helping band in the field. Pinner and lunch was furnished by the group with several of the ladies staying at the church to serve u. They were Mesdames En- gelbari Logeman. Alvin Busch- Herman Brandt. August Klmksiek- end Orville Runk*mti»r. A total of 133 bushels WW« gathered, bringing * total of $143.10. by all who knew him. He took an active interest in everything, including his job. church and the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges. The Masons held services for him at the chapel Tuesday night. Pallbearers at the funeral were Tony Kollasch, John Rode, Charles Newel, H. M. Smith, Immerfall and Carl Pearson. Honorary pallbearers were Henry Scheppmann, W. S. Cosgrove, H. F. Fristedt, Ralph Lindhorst, Marc Moore, L. W. Nitchals. A. M. Quintard, Judge G. W. Stillmun, Clarence Priebe, J. H. Qumn and Andrew Reding. Hood's New Store Opening Today The newest addition to the Ala business community opened today. Hood's Super Value grocery. which was burned out in its old location last January 31, resumed operation in the large, new brick building on East State St. which has been constructed during the summer. The formal Grand Opening is planned for the near future, but in the meantime the store ia in operation, in «11 departments. Algona Upper De« Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farmers having sales can get their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Moines, where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation oj any publication in Kossuth county. Nov. 8, Tuesday—Orville Grethen, complete closing out sale, 5'2 north and 3V^ west of Cylinder, selling 151 head livestock, including 118 Hampshire summer feeder pigs, full line-machinery, etc. Lloyd Berkland and Norman Bortvit, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Full details in UDM today. Nov. 10. Thursday — Closing out sale Jos. and Ernie Schaller, 2 north and 2 east of West Bend Livestock and machinery. Colwell Bros., auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Full details in UDM today. Nov. 16. Wednesday — M .W. Woltz closing out sale, & east and 4 south of Burt, including 21 head dairy stock, machinery, etc. Watch UDM for full details. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Nov. 22. Tuesday—Louis Simpson sale, Vi north of Catholic cemetery, east of Algona on highway 18. Reiling & Leek, auctioneers. Nov. 23. Wednesday — Walter J.Fandel, 5 miles west and 2 miles south of highway junction 169 and 18, Algona, or Vt mile south and 3% miles east of Whittemore. Complete details soon. Nov. 30. Wednesday — Alfred Schipull, Lone Bock, closing out sale including dairy herd. Quino & Clark, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk- Many Prizes, Kids Party On Halloween Cowboys, ghosts and witches reined supreme for several hours Monday night in Algona as the Lions Club, put on its annual Halloween party at the Athletic Park. ' *, The crowd, consisting of young 1 *' sters and oldsters alike, was mendous and all got a big cut of the proceedings that begaiflr with a gigantic parade from the courthouse at 7 p.m. Cash prizes that varied from $1.50 to 25c brought squeals of delight from all involved, and the hot dogs, crackerjack, coffee and chocolate milk seemed to hit the spot. General chairman Dick Cook promised the greatest party of all, and the promise was fulfilled. Prize winners in various categories and age groups were: Pre-School & Kindergarten Davy Crockett — Suzanne McGinnis, John Fredericks; Cowboys and Cowgirls—Barbara Dugan, Patty Hopkins, Neal Smith; Clowns — Ann Lighter, Johnny Hedlund, Christy Weydert. Ghosts—Amy Norman, Dean Allen Teeter, Jeff Gilmore; Witches—M. Dau, Barbara Knutsen,. Jan Skilling; Hoboes — M. Roethler, Jeff Pickett; Animals—Mary Morck, Karen Baker, Debby Bennett; Comic Strip Characters — T. & J. Deines, .Shirley Dewel, Dennis R. Strayer} Miscellaneous — Becky Egel, Putty Frazer, Marcy Barry, L. Chapman, Jimmy Guster, Linda Martin. 1st, 2nd it 3rd grade Davy Crockett—David Gerber, Tommy Siefert, Bonnie Siefert, Bryan LaBarre; Cowboys and Cowgirls—David Markla, Mary Elmore. August Rpmer; Clowns— Ronnie Lai-son, Richard Feaster, Linda Sands; Ghosts—Michael Baker. Virginia Gisch, Bruce Chapman; Witches — Virginia Kline, Judy Parrott, Jane Geilenfeldt. Hoboes—Bobby Smith, Luana Kay Leek, Dennis George; Animals—Bobby Deal. Timmy Hut-, chins, Rosemary Reinders; Comic Strip Characters — Phillip Kerk- beck, Mary Swartz, Cheri Nelson; Miscellaneous—Bob Brewer, Kitty Hardgyove, Linn Taylor, Marylin Amunson, Penny Dodds, Timothy Claude, Cynthia Schumacher. 4th, 5th fe 6th Cowboys and Cowgirls— Jack, Williams, Jean Rovn, Linda Sharp, Sharon Smith; Clowns— Alan Holt, Tom Anderson, Charles Streit; Ghosts—John Schutter, Jack Rowley, Daryl Bunkofske; Witches — Patricia Clark, Darwin Leek, Sally Steele. Hoboes — Herb Hobbs. Bill Specht, Larry Reefer; Animals— Mike Brayton, O'Briens, Janice Koepke; Miscellaneous — Betty Holt, Mike Duffy, Kathy Feaster, Sheila Fain, Donny Hutchison, Kendra Seeley, Harriett Foster, Corene Frideres, Lucille Gadc, Patty Peterson, Mary Kay Barry. 7th Grade 8c Up Cowboys — Tom Macumber; ,Clowns—George Balluff, Dennis Counley, Gary Kesting; Ghosts- Sharon Scott, Barbara Reinders, Eugene Harbour; Witches—Karen Alt, Barbara Bartlett; Hoboes- Bill Fraser, Phyllis Hardgrove, Beth Johnson, Larry Klein. Miscellaneous—Gwenyth Williams, Bill Brewer, Linda Tague, Lee Lawson, Steve Manor, Roberta Schwendemann. Pranksters did very little damage around town during the night, according to police officers. The usual window-soaping of houses, cars and buildings uptown was accomplished, but most of it came off very easily the following morning. Bound Over On O.M.V.I. Charge A Hurt man, Clyde Reinsbach, was bound, over to the November term of district court on a charge of OMVI following preliminary hearing in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week. Bond in the case was set at $300, and was provided by Reinsbach. H. P. Mergen, Whittemore, paid $5 and costs for driving with an expired operator's license and A. M. Christiansen, Bode, paid $5 and costs on a defective and loud muffler charge. 3 Mart Ntw Cars Three more 1958 model ears make their appearance bare th» week. The new Oldaomobile is on display at Dau's Garage now. The new IWi Chevroiets *n<* Buwlw will go on dfcpUv Friday', the Chevrolet a{ Kossutb Motors and the Buick at Brandt Buick. Corn Festival Nets $4,500 For Lotts Creek Church When it comes to raising funds —-the congregation of Lotts Creek Im'manuel Lutheran church get the job done. On Oct. 19 they turned out for "Corn Festival" day, and before they were through they had earned over $4,500 for the church treasury. For the fourth year the members either brought in a load of corn, contributed to the fund with cash, or participated in a "gleaning" operation — all of which added up to over S4.500. Rev. O. C. Geisler is pastor of the church. Some 50 loads of corn were donated, and shelled out at the Ed Wichtendahl farm (part of corn is pictured _above at Wichtendahl farm.) 'totaling in the neighborhood of 3,500 bushels, and hauled to the Lone Rock elevator. Over $1,000 was donated in cash by those with no corn to donate. They also gleaned over 500 bushels of corn from fields already picked, at the farms of Art Rusch, Ortwin Kressin and Wm. Zumach. Ladies of the congregation, not to be outdone, served hot coffee, rolls, doughnuts and sandwiches as the operation went along. Contributors of corn and cash are the following: as well as the names of the shelters, haulers, the location of shelling, and ladies serving -the luncheon; furnishing of gasoline: Shellers were Mr H. Hintz, Mr Ken Bollinger; location where shelling was done, Mr Edwin Wichtendahl, gas furnished by Burt Resident 70 Years Dies Services for Frank Schneider, 76. resident of the Burt area for 70 years, will be held tomorrow (F.riday) in the Lutheran Church tKere at 2 p.m. Rev. E. L. Wittkopp will officiate. MCullough's Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Mr Schneider died Monday at 10 p.m. in a Cherokee hospital where he had been for 2 months. Frank, son of Mr and Mrs August Schneider, was born Oct. 10, 1879 in Wisconsin. He came to Burt at the age of six and lived there until the last several months. He lived with his sister, Mrs Henry Dacken. until her death in an accident August 10, then at the county farm until taken to Cherokee. He was a drayman by trade. He is survived by a brother. Paul Schneider of Ortonville, Minn. Three sisters preceded him in death. Pallbearers will be Marvin and Henry Kueck, Charley Geilenfeld, Art and Erwin Heidenwith and Paul Geilenfeld. Gets Concussion In Truck Crash The condition of Del Rogness, 35, Wesley, driver for Hamilton Hatchery, is good, according to authorities at St. Ann Hospital. Rogness was taken to the hospital by ambulance for treatment of a concussion following a truck accident Tuesday four miles west and about a mile south of Algona. A tire blew out on the truck Rogness was driving, causing the vehicle to swerve, go into a ditch and roll over. He was pinned in the cab for a while. Total damage resulted to the truck. Patrolman Dale McBride investigated the mishap. Charged With Larceny Of $30 Gordon Bentten, Manly, was bound over to the next term ot Kossuth district court on a charge of larceny following a preliminary hearing before Justice C. H. Ostwinkle, Oct. 26. It is alleged that Bentten took $30 from the Ogren Oil Station at Lakota, while he was waiting for some car repairs. Bail was set at $500 and has been furnished. The defendant waived the preliminary hearing, 3 Fined, Drank Beer On Highway Three Armstrong men paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court Wednesday afternoon on charges stemming from drinking beer on a public highway. Floyd J. Laffey paid $10 and costs for drinking beer on a highway and $10 and costs for throwing gla$s beer bottles on a public highway, while Elmer D. Qram nd Paul A..Wegner each paid 10 for drirtking beer on a pub,C bifhvay. Cnftrfes were filed by highway patrolmen. , Farmers Night School To Open December 5 Plans for Algona's tenth annual Farmer's Evening School w e r e announced Wednesday morning by George Sefrit, vocational ag instructor in the Algona Community School. Arrangements for the sessions were completed recently by a 12-man advisory council. The local school has had one of the largest enrollments of any in the state during its ten yea'r history. There were 165 farmers enrolled in 1954. The- council, which includes Hugh Black, Floyd Bode, Lloyd Gerber, Steve Loss, Robert Loss and Louis Reilly, Algona; Glenn Gubrielson, Sexton; Albert Johnson, Corwith; Wayne Keith and Torsten Lagerstrom, Burt; Fred Plumb, Lone Rock; and Joe Skow, Wesley; has planned an interesting and timely program for the coming series of meetings. Subjects and dates of the ten meetings are: Dec. 5, 1955—"What are the prospects for Farm Income in 1956?" Dec. 12 — Social Security For the Farmer. (FORUM) Dec. 19—B_eef Cattle Feeding. Jan. 9, 1956—Swine Nutrition Jan. 16—What is the Meat Type Hog You Should Raise? (To include a carcass demonstration) Jan. 23—New Diseases of Livestock prevalent here in Kossuth County. Fub. 6—Poultry Feeding and Management (FORUM) Feb. 13—Profitable Land Use Feb. 20—Proper Use of Commercial Fertilizers. Feb. 27—Grain Storage Problems. March 5 or 12—Farmer's Evening School Banquet. An enrollment fee of $1.50 for the ten meetings will be charged. The class will meet at 8 p.m. Mondays during the period. Further information may be obtained from any of the council members, Supt. O. B. Laing or G. W. Sefrit at the high school. 2 Honored For 25 Years Service Jewell Studer and Will Cosgrove were honored with special gifts, in recognition of their 25 years service on the board of directors of the K. & H. Oil Co., at the annual meeting of the stockholders held last week Tuesday. Over 500 attended the meeting and program. Both Studer and Cosgrove were on the original board. Studer received a traveling bag and Cosgrove was presented with a wrist watch. Annual reports were given, and a program was presented by the Wesley school band, and by musical and dancing entertainers. Reelected to three year terms on the board were Ernest Widen of Corwith, and Howard Salis- buijj of Burt. DX Oil Co., Lone Rock; ladies serving luncheon: Mrs Edwin Luedtke, Mrs Albert Meyer, Mrs Wm. Kruse. Mrs W. Boeckholt: hauling, Ev. Householder and others. Corn Contributors were Mr L. Bcr'ninghaus. Roy Bierle, Walter Behnke. Wm. Boettcher, F. Boettcher. Ken Bollinger, R, Baxter, W. Drever. F. Freyholtz, H. Hackbarth, H. Hintz, Gerald Kueck<%, Kermit Kuecker, Mrs Ida Kuecker, Ortwin Kressin. Orville Kressin, Ray Kading, Wm. Kading, W. Kruse, Walter Krause, Edw. Lieb, Arnold Lieb, Edw. Luedtke, Ray Laabs, Albert Meyer, Ferd Mittag, Stanley and Severin Opheim, Alvin Pothast, Herbert Potratz, Mel Pompe, N. Reissner. C. Reinhardt, Elmer Ruhnke, H. Riggert, G. Riggert, Art Rusch, Gerald Radig, Don Radig, Tom Schuller. Louis Seegebarth, Martin Schmidt, Edw. Wichtendahl, Wilmer Wichtendahl. Mrs Lydia Wetzel, Art Zumach, Clarence Zumach, Wm. Zumach. Cash Contributors: Mrs Alvina Buss, G. Blanchard, Robert Boettcher, Mrs Angus Cotton, Ddn Erickson, Harold Gross, Nick Gengler, L. Geitzenauer, Robert Fuerstenau, Ervin Kading, Fred Kading, Ernest Luedtke, Rupert Luedtke, Albert Metzger, Manning Brothers, W. H. Meyer, Carl Pijahn, Elmer Pijahn, Leonard Pompe, Alex Radig, Eric Setge- barth, John Schallin, Otto Wichtendahl, Ervin Wetzel, Frank Meine. Eugene Vaudt. An article on those who took part in gleaning fallen corn and their names, with result, will be given when they have completed their task. Ella Brandt, 61, Rites Titonka Titonka—Funeral services for Mrs Ella Brandt, 61, were held Tuesday, November 1, at the Good Hope Lutheran church at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. B. H. Schwerin in charge. Pallbearers were Jerry Boekelman, Carl Krau.se, Bob Spear, Lester Callies Fred Schmidt and Conrad Schmidt. The Swan Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Mrs Ella Brandt, daughter of Frank and Tena Fvan/.en, was born Oct. 2, 1894. She received the Sacrament of Holy Baptism on March 15, 1895 at the Iin- manuel Lutheran Church, Titonka. She spent her childhood on a farm 4'-j miles northeast ot Titonka. On April 4, 1909 she was confirmed in the Christian faith at Immanuel Lutheran church by Pastor August Wellner. She was united in marriage with Henry W. Brandt on March 29, 1916 at Immanuel Lutheran church. The couple made their home on the present farruly farm near Titonka. To this union was born three children—Leona (Mrs Walter Christ of Lakota), William and Verla at home. She transferred her membership from Immanuel Lutheran Church to Good Hope Lutheran Church at Titonka in 1946. Preceding her in death were her parents, two brothers, two sisters and her husband, Henry, who died Nov. 26, 1945. Surviving to mourn her passing besides her three children are four sisters— Katie Rode. Tena (Mrs Fred Bruns), Amanda (Mrs Heiko Bruns), Flora (Mrs Meindert Ullmann), two grandchildren—Wallace and Arliss Christ of Lakota and a host of Christian friends. She passed away on Friday, Oct. 28, at St. Ann hopital at Algona. Aged Woman Is Seriously Hurt An 88-year old AJgona woman, Mrs Mary Rochleau, wa.-, in serious condition at St. Ann hospital Wednesday following a fall in the home of her daughter, Mrs Herman Bosworth. Mrs Rochleau fractured a hip that had been brok** several years ago when she slipped and toppled over. The accident occurred Tuesday afternoon. Each Candidate Confident Ot Final Victory Algona's six-man race for tho iffice of mayor was hitting high jiear this week, with the election, next Tuesday. Nov. 8, only a fo\v days away. Every one of the six candidates is waging an active campaign, and all have expressed confidence as lo the outcome. While the mayor race is holding the spotlight, the three contested races for the city council are also generating steam, although to a lesser degree than with the mayor candidates. The six candidates for mayor are Herb Adams, Wm. J. Becker, Roy Hutzell. Dr. C. C. Shiork, Frank Vera and Charles Wagner. Nearly all nf the candidates are circulating campaign material, ranging from cards and posters to personal letters, in quest of votes. The general local sentiment seemed lo be thai it would be a tight race right down to the wire with at least four of the candidates conceded a chance to win, and none of them conceding a thing lo their opponents. Despite the sixe_ of the field, for the most part "there are few personal enmities being exhibited. Each- candidate sincerely believes that he would be qualified for the office, and the chief difference between candidates seems to be based on their own individual viewpoints as to what would be best for the city of Algona. Even here, however, all of them have spoken in favor of greater effort to bring industry to Algona. In addition to the election of city officers, voters will be asked to decide on whether or not the city should have a special bond issue for 845,000 to construct a city garage to house the city's street department equipment. The equipment is roughly valued at about $100,000 on present day purchase prices. This bond issue will require a 60''r majority to bo successful. Polls will open at 8 a.m. next Tuesday morning, and close at 8 p.m. In the first ward race for the council, Arthur E. Obrecht and Eugene Furst are the candidates. Leon H. Laird is unopposed in the second ward. There aro three candidates for the council from the third ward, Mel Griffin, Arnold W. Elbert and A. R. Willrett. In the fourth ward tin- contest is between Richard Cook and John Dreesman. Councilman-at-large candidates are Vic Parsons and B. P. Richardson, and with two to be fleeted at large there is no contest. Griffin, Cook and Parsons are present members of the council. As an added incentive to vote, the Algona Teen-Age Driving Club is offering its services to drive voters to the polls, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The service free; call 199 if you want a v.de. Elmer Langmack is the only candidate for the park board, which carries a 6-year term. County Church Council Elects The annual fall convention of the Kossuth County Inter-Church Council was held at Good Hope Methodist Church on Sunday, Oct. 30. The opening worship was led by the Rev. J. Paul Stevens of LuVerne. Rev. Victor Vriesen presided at the business meeting. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president, Rev. Paul Hansen, Good Hope: vice president, Rev. Victor Vriesen, Ledyard; sec'y-traas, Mrs Wm^ McKim, Good Hope; chr. of pastoral relations, Rev. Leonard Nelson, Algona; chr. of Christian Education, Rev. Max Goldman, Titonka; chr. of youth work, Rev. Kent Pinneo. Algona; chr. of children's work, Mrs Lance Riebhoff, Burt; chr. of men's work, Rev. C. E. Nordine, Lone Rock. Bond Vote Dec. 5 The Algona Community School district will vote Dec. 5 on whether or not a $544,000 bond issue for a school expansion program shall be approved. An open meeting has been called for Nov. 2tS to discuss the subject. Business Man Stricken C. V. Fowler, well-known AJ- gona businessman, u recuperating at St. Ann hospital, following medical treatment. His condition is reportedly good, and he should be released within the next few days. He is owner of the Fowler store here.

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