The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1966 · Page 2
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AI0ono, (la.) UpfMf O«t Twndkrf, May 10, 1*6* Firemen Have Busy Day! Titonka High Graduation On May 23 Final plans are nearing completion for graduation at Titonka High. The valedictorian * and salutatorian of the 1966 class have not yet been determined according to SupL George L. Roberts. The class sermon will be delivered in the auditorium May 22 at 8 p. m. by the Rev. A. F. Gerstmann of Titonka. Snpt. %' alter L, Hetzel of Ames will jive the commencement address in the auditorium May 23 at 8 p.m. The class members include: Roger Akkerman, Dale Bartelt, Ruth Beed, Nola Boekelman, John Boeckbolt, Robert Boleneus, Brenda Brandt, Linda Budlong, Jane Buffinton, Brenda Eden, Joyce Gieddng, Roger Gigler, Jeanne Gingrich, LeAnn Gingrich, Carol Haack. ^ Roger Harms, Sharon Harms, Therese Hamilton, Maxine Huisinga, Bonita Isebrand, Diana Isebrands, Michael Isebrand, Ted Isebrand, James Isebrand, Allan Janssen, Philip Jaren. Tom Kardoes, Vaughn Krominga, Iris Michaelsen, Beverly Miller, Thelma Miller > Arlys Pannkuk, George Pommer, Darlene Post, Dennis Rafdal, Donna Rafdal, Phyllis Sachau, Douglas Scbutjer, Charlotte Seebeck, Carole Smidt, David Spear, Virginia Seeker. Cancer Group Presents Book To Library Mrs. Lyle R, (Bud) Anderson, south Kossuth Crusade chairman in the drive for cancer ftmds, has presented to the Algona library a book, "The Climate Is Hope", by Walter Sanford Ross. It tells the story of cancer in terms of individual *"""3" beings, with the personal stones of Arthur Godfrey, who was cored of a cancer which seemed almost fatal, and of Virginia Graham, another star of radio and television, who was also cured of cancer. The book helps to unwarranted fear of the dread disease, with proof that there is hope for a final answer to cancer and a cure. All royalties from sale of the book go to American Cancer Society. Algona firemen answered three calls within a 14-hour period Thursday and Friday - and two of the calls were to put out fires in the same auto. First, firemen hurried to the farm of Julie Baas, three miles east and a mile north of Algona at 11 a.m. Thursday where sparks from a trash fire spread to a fiberglass boat and wood pile nearby, igniting them. The boat was destroyed and a portion of the wood burned. Insurance covered the loss, according to Mr. Baas. Mr. Baas is shown in the middle of the above photo as he moved wood around so firemen could splash all the burning embers. He was in a field when the fire got its start and drove to the yard on a tractor, then kept the blaze at bay with a garden hose until firemen arrived. A small building and LP gas tank nearby weren't threatened. Damage was estimated at $190. At 8:40 p. m. Thursday, fire broke out in the rear seat cushion of an auto owned by Bob Reefer, Algona, at 1420 E. Oak street. An estimated $75 damage resulted before firemen put out the blaze. At 12:35 a. m. Friday, fire completed gutted the Reefer auto, which was parked at 519 S. Minnesota street. The fire got its start from wiring under the dash, according to Fire Chief Ralph Elbert. As a result of the two fires, the auto was a total loss. (UDM Newsfoto) Women Voters Name Officers For New Year The Algona League of Women Voters announce their officers for the coming year: President, Mrs. Wm. J. Finn; 1st vice president, Mrs. J. C. Evards; 2nd ."ice president, Mrs. Earl lieriey; secretary, Mrs. John Fraser; treasurer, Mrs, Vic Parsons. Directors serving as committee chairmen have also been appointed. Working for the coming year will be Mrs. Andrew Gotten and Mrs. Jim Andreasen, National Item; Mrs. J. C. Everds and Mrs. Jim Chal- strom, State Bern; Mrs. Earl Llerley, Local Item; Mrs. Wm. Navolchlck, Finance; Mrs. LeRoy Strohman, Continuing Responsibilities ; Mrs. Max Bartholomew and Mrs. Jack Uffibaugh, Voters Service; and Mrs. Jim Cowan Publicity and Membership. The Tuesday, May 10 meeting will be held at the homes of Mrs. Jack Limbaugh and Mrs. Jim Anderson. The program on education at both the state and local levels will be presented by Mrs. Sheridan Cook and Mrs. Jim Chal strom. Gas Elections Are Slated Special elections will be held at two Kossuth towns within the next 10 days to determine if residents wish to grant a franchise to North Central Public Service Co., Algona, to provide natural gas service. First up is an election at Ledyard this Thursday, May 12, then one week later* voters at Bancroft will go to the polls WE PUT THE SURE IN INSU . . . WITH ADDED PROTECTION FOR TODAY'S DRIVING NEEDS Old-fashioned policies don't give you the kind of coverage that modern motoring requires. Be sure you're more than adequately protected . . . see us today! 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