Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Letters to the Editor Dear Editor- There's no question that it's the patriotic right and duty of every eligible American citizen •f^x, in tne elc ction to be 'rteld November 8th. this ground, was been, covered muny times and we're sure every thinking American realizes that he's sacrificing a little bit of his freedom every time he fails to exercise his right to vote. One aspect of this matter thtt people don't think about, however, is the cost to each candidate that runs for office. While the actual dollars ami- cants cost may vary, depending on the backing the candidate is recaiiv- ing, he makes a tremendous expenditure of those valuable commodities—time and effort. Except for those who ihave run for office, most people fail to realize the work that is involved and which each candidate lets himself in for when he runs. All this expenditure of time and money is directed one thing--- V6tm VOTE. , Put yourself ifi the place bi these qualified candidates that are asking for your vote ftnd try to realize how disappointed you'd be if the voting turn-out was srniall. Every American therefore has a right, a duty and an obligation to vote; to your country and to the candidates who have made coii'Siidcrable effort to run for of* fice. S: Public & Business Affairs Committee of the Soroptimist Club of Alg<v na. BY: Mrs. James Peterson, ch. Mrs. Williiam Finn S: Public & Business Affairs Committee of the Kiwanis Club of Algona BY: Jaimas, v Peterson, chmn. A. J. Huenhold Roy Hutzell Howard Miller Richard Godfredsen Inaugural West Uh,:o.i native, Dr. Robert Kamm, was recently inaugurated as the President of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. His relatives from West Union were in Stillwater for the ceremonies. COLORFUL COMBINATION The WENTWORTH Series HH-812 25- tube (overall dl«f.' 295 iq. in. picture RCA VICTOR Color TV Home Entertainment Center • Rectangular RCA HI-LITE Color Tube • Powerful 25,000-volt Color chassis • 6-speaker stereo sound • Solid State FM-AM and FM Stereo radio • Solid State 40-watt peak power amplifier • Studiomatic changer, Feather Action Tone Arn,. . diamond stylus • Dependable RCA solid copper circuits Tom's Radio & TV "RCA TELEVISION & SERVICE" Phone 5-3260 Algona Eligible for national meet Vofing machini for pradict set up A Voting machine, set up like election, is at the - Republican headquarters. across the street from Taylor Motor Co. People We invited td (Jolfie ift t6 fiwfe it explained and to try out & few votes themselves as practice fof Tuesday. Ten-year-did Paul Strong, sioti of Mr. an 1 ^ Mr 1 '. I nverrt Strong of rural Sac City, grew &»fn& ivwrm lw»Jv;*»KSTO THUMDAY,NOV,11 en this year. Hfc ed' 133 lbs. f #hd # ift.• i'ittfttfnd and stll- ift, A A feiv other^i in his,garden weighed 80 m j*/ .{ .< , THIS IS THE Algona F. F. A. Soil Judging team which placed first in the Northwest contest at Sutherland, Iowa several weeks ago, The team, handled by George Sefrit, is now .eligible to compete in the National contest in Oklahoma this spring. A decision as to whether they will go to the meet Will be made later.,Shown above, left to right, Roger Meyer, Delmar Mains, Warren Kellenberger, Terry Olson, Merlyn Metzger arid Mr. Sefrit. , "..'. \-, . Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. Good Hope church at Titonka plans Guest day Friday The Good Hope .Lutheran Church Women of Titonka is sponsoring a Guest Day for the women of the /area Friday, 'Nov; 4, at 2 p.m. Special speaker for the event will be* Mrs. Gora (Priscilla) Tudu representing the Santal Northern Evangelical Lutheran Church of India. Special music will be girls triple trio and a girls trio presented by the music department of Titonka Consolidated High School under the direction, of Mr. Byron Henn. An Offertory duet will be played by Mrs. Leonard Leeck at the. organ and Mrs. Charles.Sass at the. piano. An offering will be received and the total amount will be used for mission work in India. Portland Mrs; Victor Fifth" Mr. and Mrs. James Harms and family of Fort Dodge were Saturday evening supper guests in the parental Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and family of Swea City were Sunday evening supper guests. •;-\:> .•'... •.•';'-/.;' ' ...;•'"'":'; Mr. and Mrs. Howard; Sparks attended the funera 1 of Roh Formanek at Duncan, .last .Friday. Ron a young man of 28; met his tragic death while trying to put a ventilator in a corn crib. Ron's mother, Mrs. Ed; Formanek was a high school class mate of Mrs. Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. John .Schmidt and family of Burt were! Sunday dinner guests in the home oi Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Edwin Hillenga of Weisley. Mrs. Roscos Stewart and Mrs. Loretta Waltman- wehit to Cor: witli Wednesday afternoon.;, where they visited Mrs. Stella Waltman. . • Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms attended the funeral 'of Henry P. Harms, an uncle of Mrs; Harms Monday afternoon, at Aldin, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited in the home of Mrs. Sparks parents, the Guy Di- monds of Britt and also in, the home of Howard's sister the Joe Goetz family of Wesley.' Mr. Clarence Andreasen of Neosho, Missouri has been iting relatives in Iowa. : He was z Monday evening supper guest In. ithe Harold 'AndrefflS'on home also. Mrs. Cecelia Scott of Burt and Mi-, and Mrs. Alvin Andrear son of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreason and Mr. Clarence Andreason were Tuesday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Cecelia Scott of Burt. Wednesday evening supper guests in the Alvin Andreason hiome were, Mr: and Mrs. Harold Andreason, Mr. Clarence Andreason and Mrs. Oscelia Scott: Uncle -Robert DransMdt and Mr. and Mrs. Warrem Andreason and Kathy were evening callers : Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harms and Marvella |of Britt were Wednesday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms 'home. Mr. arid Mrs. Howard Sparks and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz drove to Knoxville, Monday Where th'ey visited De:an Sparks in the Veterans Hospital, there. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan of Fenton and Mr. artd Mrs. Harold Becker /were Sunday dinner guests in the Tom Tr Binary home. Mrs; Harold Harms accompanied her parenits, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf to Albert City, Sunday, where they visited Grandma Junkcrmeier. Mr. arid Mrs. Herman Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and Mr. and; Mrs. Loren .Haneen and family were Monday evening visitors in the Rollo Moore home, in honor of Brian Moore's birthday. "Never—mind : '•who's right, drive so you'll be left". you don't need them. with an electric clothes dryer No more clothes pins ... let Junior use .that old clothes line to play cowboy ... when you own an electric clothes dryer! You save' hours of drudgery . . . end lifting, carrying, hanging clothes . . .your laundry comes from your electric dryer fluffier . . . softer. And all for fewer pennies for a week's wash that it once cost you for a package of old-fashioned clothes pins. See your dealer today and start using a modern electric clothes dryer now! - * ' Algona Municipal Utilities Talk trucks to those square shootin* good guys! first! THE DODGE IOYS HAVE TOUGH TRUCKS AT GENTLE PRICES! When it's time to talk tracks, talk to the Dodge Boys first! From the famous Sweptline Pickup shown here to the hugest diesel, the Dodga Boys have a truck to fityour needs. Atf, best of §11, they have the terms snd prices to fityour budget best! Percival Motors, Inc. • (You can tell they're food guyf they all wear ff\ white hats) WO SOUTH PHIIUPS ALGONA, IOWA THIS I BELIEVE: "Our basic strength lies in the individual initiative of our citizens. I believe the function of government is to create opportunities .which permit each citizen to manage his own life without government interference. "Just as we expect every family to live, with in its income, I believe every branch of government should live within its income. Financial responsibility is not old- fashioned; it's good business! "We must resist the rush toward Federal control. Mora and more of our basic state's rights and responsibilities are being usurped by Washington. This onrush will continue unless the people of Iowa elect state officials with enough initiative and foresight to create a government that serves the people, and not a government that tiie people must serve." For a young man of action! Senator MAX MILD MILLS of Marshalltown Republican for LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Youthful, vigorous action personifies State Senator Max Milo Mills. He will make the Lieutenant Governor's chair a position of leadership in Iowa ... guiding the upper house of the legislature to sound decisions based on progressive Republican principles. He's an experienced public servant, having served in elective offices many years. His leadership ability in the Iowa Senate already has been demonstrated, Mills has been active in the RepubIN can Party for 15 years, an active com« munity leader in Marshalltown, a practicing attorney, businessman and farmer, and a Marine Corps veteran, , Mills is the man! Party can move up ., with his determination and vitality. The Republican , and forward ,., RfPUBUCAHf Republicans Will Win with MAX MHO MILLS Paid for by Mills for Lieutenant Sovtrnor Conmtttot, R. S Stovtr, Tr«»wr«r

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