Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
Page 9
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Kwuth THURSDAY, JULY 21,1966 - ALGONA, IOWA efnptad the graduated tax as it source of . has teen steadily growl?* by yW Mayne Said, "M refit tax fates, lections OVer the next ten years are increase by approximate? -'60 billion dollars. Coftgft*s. *d4jd end this near monopoly by: voting to share federal ittCoilte tjB revenue with state and local governments. This will , fadMtate reduction and perhaps eventual elimination of property .taxes Noun, speakers lor churches at d*mM Emil fiietstedt, Gus Kfa and sales taxes. "Specifically I endorse tifc proposal of the Republican Cq- ordinating Committee that 2 be cent of personal and corpotfttc federal income tax collections be returned to the. states during th* current fiscal year. Thereafter the percentage should be Increased by 2 percentage pointe 14 every two years until it will h*J? reached 10 per cent in fiscal year 1975. I will vote for legislation if elected to v the Congress," Mayne pledged. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Wiley Mayne hits hard at one man rule Sixth District Congressional candidate vViley Mayne called for preservation of state and local government and halting the trend toward one man rule in a speech at the Call state park Tuesday evening. The Sioux City attorney said he would support legislation requiring the sharing of federal income tax revenue with state governments He spoke at a republican picnic "Many members of the Demo^ cratic party in this district' are deeply worried by the trend toward one man rule jn Washington," Mayne stated. "They realize the President's drive to centralize all power under , his personal direction is a' betrayal of Jeffersonian and Wilsonian democracy. I agree with these thinking Democrats that we already have too much centralized power and the trend ;inust be stopped." ;"--'^/ '•••, , "Too many , problems which should be handled at local and state levels are being "turned over to the federal government," Mayne stated. "As power is thus further removed froni the people's direct control, the threat to their freedom and initiative grows. The danger is increased by the President's desire to run all phases of government himself. "Not content to run the executive branch, he dictates to.the legislative branch as well. In this he has no more submissive supporter than the present Con gr ess man from this district, who not only has one of "the worst ,i»ui«-»n.v».»^. . ... • CT — > \-- . . . —., - — -~ f .—„ — records for voting 'Yes,' but has Mayne continued. "I believe the bureaucracy which is increas- st Jose|> h's church by Rev. Leo performed the remarkable feat : people of northwest Iowa sup- ingly. controlled by one man — c Schumacher with Mrs. Mike of swallowing Secretary of Agri-'port me in th}s determination to Lyndon B. Johnson. iScmidt, Algona, and John Mc- culture Freeman and his '-policies'; protect the initiative and respon- "One of the greatest handi -----whole. Clifford use, Wiiiird Men*, Lytidoii Kefvefi R»y Priebe, Dick jehtz, Harvey Hen- iikSeflY Ervin Votteler, Herbert Krause, Fred Grienert, Wayne Boettcher, dene VaUdt, Harold vi torched*, Ll&yd KettV where they vtolted Mr*. mother, Mft, Atthi Mtenke. Sunday evening callW* it Norftiftit fiottiitgef h«i« 1- the Eulan Sthuellers, Titonka. The Norman BoiuttgefS arid girls were Thursday guest* of HA? Ltobs, ne$, Meyeiv Paul Cart Becks. Art at St/ John s, 0 £ ^ Hen- Voigts. .>>JT SWVfttl church urtdeftroft Mrs . punch ».U1 moitd SffttUlng, Ame*, coffee, Mrs. ThftWiS H- Ame*, and Judy PfcWi, of «J- Fenton, My 24 and 31. time of ry Wilbergs, Fenton, July 24 at j Karen Elizabeth Pearson, da* services wiU be 8:15. Aug. 7 he Immanuel Lutheran church ait ghter of Mrs. Loren to"™"*" will speak at St. Paul's, Whitte- 1 Lotts Creek- the late Loren Pearson, Strong. «* at St. Luke's at Fairville, Aug. will be a. film _ IN MINNESOTA Word was received in Fenton Krantz, — mday of the death of Ross July 9 at the Bethel to a wi-! Matthews, Canbee, Minn. Mr. church, Stronghurst, 111. will be Matthews was; the ^husband; of Rev. Stanley S u J^son_off.cl. „, Burlington, and arson, Chicago, IU. Out of town gueati „ Omaha, Neb^Peorfc, ftockfc fcfl w be hews was te usan o ev. . during the regularSun- the former Clara Nemitz Fen- ated at the double ring ceremo- _.? . „ j' -« * rtit._ £.4**^*.Mi «a*««M h/ilH in tits day school time from 9 to 10. All .are invited. SHOWER IS GIVEN Jane Struecker, daughter of the Victor Strueckers, was given a miscellaneous bridal shower recently at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. Mrs. Eldon Brown presided at a program which included a skit by Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and Mrs. Fer ton. The funeral was held 'in ny. Oanbee on Wednesday. REPORTS FOR SERVICE George Bierstedt reported for The bride was escorted to the altar by her uncle, Elbert Wischmeier, Burlington. Lorraine Pearson, sister of the bride, was lingtori, Ames, Titonka, Swe* Ct- ; v a The ty and DCS Moifles.' State University., She will second grade at Eagle Grwge y and he is associated with W uGOrK" Diuratuui icfvi'i.'''* **/» « «»t»»•»«»•», ------ ~- — —TT duty with the armed forces on maid of honor. Bridesmaids were July 19. He is the son of the Marcia Pearson, Peoria, 111., and Hilbert Bierstedts, rural Fenton, Linda Krantz, Titonka, »»ter of and was married to the former the groom. Best man was Tho- Karen Banwart of mtosen in mas Hitzhusen, Ames. Groomsmen were Noel Krantz, Titonka, brother of the groom, and Maurice Sathoff, Walker, la. Ushers Burt girl is married NANCY ANN RINGSDORF, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wendelt Ringsdorf, Burt. and Larry Lee Youngwirth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Youngwirth, Wesley, were married July 9 at 9.a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, with Father James Bruch performing the ceremony. Matron of honor was Mrs. Frank Beigger, and bridesmaids were Margaret Wempe, cousin of the bride, and Audrey Youngwirth, sister of the groom. Jim Youngwirth, brother of the groom, was best man, and groomsmen included Joe and Tom Ringsdorf, brothers of th& bride. Wendy Budeslich was flower girl, and Dean Youngwirth, brother of the groom, was the ring bearer. . should be handled by state and the role of state and local gov The Paul Weckworths, Cibola Kraft, and a reading by Can- Trailer Court, Mesa, Ariz., were dace Vaudt. Hostesses were Mes- Saturday guests of the George, Wagners, leaving Sunday ' for Minnesota. They operate the Ci- >ola Trailer Court where Johjn Wagner, son of the George WajF ners, Jives. ' • X; i Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Daughters of America family picnic was held Sunday on St. Joseph's parish grounds with over 200 attending. A pio| nic dinner was held at noon with a social afternoon of games and visiting. Mary Reding received the •attendance prize with Mrs. John Capesius and Mrs. Don Redin'g receiving high and second -high in 500. "•: The K. L. Kohlhaases were Sunday callers at a nephew the June. Sunday callers at Fred Mor OUnilaY UaliCl a a'l» * * **** M*VA- »^** ^»«w-.«.«, .» —— 7 — — . tensen's were the Richard Lows, were Jack SmalUng, Jewell, and Boone. The Lows were return- Michael Burns, Omaha, Neb. Ca ing from a trip to Montana ry and Brent Krantz, Titonka Couttty Stole bank, Clarion. After a honeymoon to -tj» Colorado Rockies, they w" at home in Clarion. TO GERMANY— Laura 16, daughter of Mr. and —-. Ralph L Lynn, West Des Mof? nes, will leave July 27 for r 43- month stay in Lutter, Germany} Laura is taking part in th| Youth for Understanding 'pro , , w gram and will attend the school "t J in Sessen, Germany. '"" 1 «£ 1 .^J ,<*• local governments wherever ernment, and by stopping th possible rather than by federal surrender of governmental pow bureaucrats/ in Washington,".er *-'"--* -»-*--*• »-—«« Ivan Kohlhaases, Burt. George Thomas McGuire, son "I disagree with the incumbent in that I believe problems ender of governmental pow-l- of the Leonard McGuires, born to that distant, impersonal' July j was baptized Saturday ; in eaucracy which is increas- st Jose|> h's church by Rev. LeO y. controlled by one man — c Schumacher with Mrs. por me n don B. Johnson. iScmidt, Algona, and John protect the initiative and respon- "One of the greatest handi- Quire, St. Joe, as sponsors sibility of individual Americans, caps confronting[state and local BVOEPT DPIKIT ...^ i/llH/y \Ji. »t*.v»* v »vi.*«*»* * »*»»*^» »»*•*••••*. •—•—. r — 1* "This can be accomplished to governments is the fact that the a large degree by strengthening federal government has pre- EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE EAKLEYS i IMA JULY }« '%. ^ i » <L '(. t •."•y iffSwBBSSBSB! Mtmtml Value FREDERICK V & S HARDWARE 105 E. State HARDWARE STORES Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5122 (• 9 *, ALL ALUrflJlVl ICE CUBE TRAY Freeze 18 full-size cubes. Quick cube release. P WITH COUPON Additional Trays ., 1.49 Turf Scotts. AMERICA'S FAVORITE LAWN FERTILIZER Savings Up To AND MORE Famous TURF BUILDER Guaranteed to grow greener, sturdier grass or your money back. Releases nutrients as grass needs them, feeds longer, won't harm seed, Odorless, 5,000 sq. ft. On All Summer Merchandise 7.S8 22-cup PARTY PERK Automatic coffeemaker brews enough for a large crowd. No-dri(i spigot, detachable cord. 1.49 VACUUM BOTTLE Insulated to keep beverages jiot or cold for hours. Perfect for picnics or beach this summer. Holds 1 quart, 1.99 Teflon CAKE PAN Oblong cake pan with cover for taking on picnics. Use also for roasts. Non-stick Teflon finish. 12%x9x2". Swift] .HARDWARE STORES FREDERICK VIS HARDWARE 105 E. St*te PHent 295-512? ALGONA, IOWA ICE CREAM WITH COUPON with "TEFLON" PM PONT |INI$H For easy serving of ice cream, mashed potatoes, rice, cottage cheese, etc. Additional Scoops All Summer Merchandise Regrouped &Repriced For FINAL CLEARANCE SHEAKLEYS Algona's Fashion Center For Women "& Girls" ' 0

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