Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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(lows) THURSDAY, NOV. 3,1*66 •' " •. INSTRUCTIONS FOR WTIHQ ON THE AUTOMATIC VOTING MACHWES 1-Mm UN Rw 1 Opwilhic Lwer to HM Rl|U. 2-WI thi Ltver :U\l&i'it : 3M Hlil,ltlUitfei* : .^.«»ill . '. by HM (~*\ on HdrSwipIt MM) «f KM parly to HM righ. To v* t After you ham palM llw Party Lever, lint •• MM Vothg Uvar NAME OF CANDIDATE (Indicated by HM Q M (Mt SIMM Ballol) Ow HM Nfo 1 >'*••' rt l-'-i , ',Mi P >*, "•,'•'% 1, i " At / i«i ! , *!/>-[' i; MM yoa wish to cut oil, and tarn Km VoUtg Lawr Down ovor the name of any olhor OatdUato for HM MM offioo. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Russell O. Walker, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter Lorna jean to Steven M. Hardy.. Steven is the son of Mrs. Josephone Hardy and the late Wes Hardy. Both are Algona high school graduates and are presently enrolled as sophomores'at Mankatp State college. No wedding date has been ; set. »«»•••»»«»<*•••+••••••»•• 3-Turn a voting levir down over the Yw or No of each question, 4~Leave Voting Lovers Down. 5-Move the Rod Operating Lever lo the Left. Viola St'jder Guests at the Dale Dornbier's for the first communion of Anita, and of Debra Dornibwr, daughter df the 1 Ed Dornfoidrs were the Ed Dombiers, Claf ence Dornbifers, -August Studers; Ge*. Tusha'Sj Don DornbierSj Garner; Gary Hejlik's, ,Britt; and Maxine Dornbier of Des Moihes. It.was also the i2th, birthday of Dale Dornbier's son Dwight Sunday guests at John Muehes for AUdrey Muehe's first holy communion were the Urban Lickteigs, Wesley; Gus.Brandts Sr., Gu& Brandt Jr. and the John Brandts and two grandchildren, Clear Lake, and the Verle Fleurs, Manly. The Roland Waldschmidts, oi Spencer, spent the weekend at the parental Ben G. Studer's. Sunday guests at Edward L. Johnson's were Mrs. Mary WihV gert, of the rest home at Buffalo Center, the Lou Wingerts, Buffalo Center, Mrs. Helen Johnson, the Martin Hamiltons and Clare Wingerts. Jennifer Johnson was one of the 21 first communicants at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Jeffrey Richtcr had his first communion Sunday and guests at the parental Francis Riohter's were the Paul Grays, LeMars, the Gene Arndorfers, St. Benedict, and his sisters, Connie and Geor gene, Des Mbines, who spent the weekend at home. TWO MOST DEPENDAILE WAYS TO KEEP YOUR IWK TANK ICE-FHEE ewe the axe is dependable. But you gft all of it* dependability — with none of the work — when XQM buy a Johnson Stock Tank Heater. And the Johnson keeps the water in your stock tank ice free automatically ~ all winter long —- the low cost way — on economical LP gas. Johnson's patented design makes, heater failure almost unheard-of. Ask your neighbor. Or ask m. We'll show you how a Johnson heater will pay for itself in one winter, by giving you more beef, more milk at lower feed costs. Even batter, try it FREE for 30 days. If you are not completely satisfied, simply return tht heater. All you pay is the small gai cost, if it burnt 999, took to North Central Public Service Co. "Your Gas Company" , iturt Hit Choice by Turning Do*rt« Lover Over Each Name For Which He With* to Vote. -T. B«for« Moving^Ih • Red Ltv«r to;»h« toft. State of Iowa Judicial November 8,1966 Brace M. Snell a a Yes Shall thei followingjudges'of the; Supreme Court be retained in office? Francis H. Becker Ilobert L. Larson M. L. Mason Maurice E. Rawlings an Yes a a a Yes No 3 •* r es No (NOTICE TO CONSTITUTIOIWL R!!: i»or an alflrmatlv. vofe upon fh» AtMndnnrtt tubntilfed upon i this 'v^-^t^'M^-'Wir'^r* a negative vat*, pull down the vetlng lever abeve the word "NaM ^ _ ' . .. A . . Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Iowa relating to changing the effective date of Acts of the General Assembly from July foiirth • t* July first, -the entire text of this anieridlneht te on display on tho left- hand side inside the curtain on this voting machine.) .. • -. •• Shall Hw am«id»«i» lo Ite CowHIillw printed and displayed taeinbe adt|M7 D No OFFICES PARTY LEVERS PULLTORWHT DEMOCRATIC O For United States Senator (Vote-For One For Governor (Votb For One E. B. Smith Story County REPUBLICAN O n, 2 A Harold E. Hughes Ida County For Lieutenant Governor (Vote For One For Secretary^ of State (Vote For One; 3 A RobertD. Fulton Black Hawk County ml.,, 4 A For Auditor of State (Vote For One For Treasurer of State Vote For One NATIONAL PROHIBITION O PEAOE INDEPENDENTS O D i c Jack Miller Woodbury County D 1 B Verne Higens Madison County UERIOU OOmTITUTHW O D IF Charles H. Day Polk County n 2 C William G. Murray Story County Michael H. Doyle Polk County 5 A Lorne R. Worthingto Decatur County D For Secretary of Agriculture (Vote For One D For Attorney General (Vote For One , Paul ranzenburg Grundy County 7 A Kenneth E. Owen Appanoose County Rep. in Congress Sixth District (Vote For One D Lawrence F. Scalise , Warren County n 3 C MaxMilo Mills Marshall County n 4 C MelvinD. Synhorst Polk County O D 1 G RobertD. Dilly Polk County n 5 C LloydR. Smith Polk County 9 A Stanley L. Creigg Woodbury County 10 For Static Representative (Vote For One 11 For D 10 A Mancil Hurlburt Kossuth County County Treasurer (Vote For One) 12 For County Recorder (Vote For One 11 A Rosella Vbigt n 6 C Dale Awtry Calhoun County n n 7 C L. B. Liddy Van Buren County 8 C Richard C. Turner Pottawattamie County . n 9 C Wiley Maync Woodbury County 12 A 13 For County Attorney [Vote For One ,_ AValker w A; Gordon L« Winkel n D n 10 C Karl Erik Kiilsholm Koisuth County 11 C Donald D. Jorgenson 12 c Mrs.Mcrtic H.Huber D 13 C Walter B. MacDonald D n 90 . David B. Quiner Franklin County 1H Herbert F« Hoover Mahaska County n 2H Charles Sloca Jefferson County D 3 9 Grover C, Walls Des Moines County D 40 Robert N.: Fredregill Polk County n 6 G A.E. Eliason Floyd County • I George A. Murray Des Molnes County n 7 G GlenE, Handel Cerro Gordo County D 90 LeeE. Smith Woodbury County a n 1 » W II * II VI H *.j*

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