Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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It Ottosen shows hospital gifts l^egion Auxili {ary met Monday with Mrs. -Con- :;rad Johnson. Mrs. Richard Kinseth, rehabilitation chairman, showed gifts purchased by the, Auxiliary for the Dei Moines Veterans Administration for the Christmas gift shop. It was voted to give $5 for Santa Claus day here. Mrs. Mike Fronting read an educational article and Mrs Allah Wchrspann road a Thanks giving article. INTO NfiW HOMES Two families have moved into new homes. The Erling Itfalmins have moved into a new ranch fr style home the£ built on the same location as their .old hoihe on their farm three miles south of Ottosen. The" Knut Oppedafil and Roger have moved to their new v home not' far? rfroni Our Saviors Lutheran"church at.Hum bolt. The Oppedabls lived oh the Frank Jolliffe .farm-'for many years. 'Mr. ; Oppedahl,is employed by the Agrico!'Fertilizer Co., and Mrs Oppedahl works at the R.E.C. office. Their, son Roger is a high school sophomore. ATTEND RALLY The Peace Lutheran church at West Bend was Host to the Layman's Lutheran League banquet Sunday night. Dr. Alfred M. Rehwinkel, retired professor of Concordia College, St. 1 Louis,' Was speaker; Attending 'from here here- were the Dean' Telfords, AllaH Wehrspartris, Raymond Wehrspanns, Lester Wehnpanns and Edward Zinnels. ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Jennie Bratland and Mrs. Olaf Olson, Humboldt, and the Glenn Olsons, Ft. Dodge, were to Kenneth, Minn., Friday. Satr urday afternoon they attended funeral services for Hans Gang stad. He was a brother-in-law oi Mrs. Bratland and Mrs. Ollal Olson. ENTERS SERVICE The Merle Halsruds had guests Saturday for-their son Jim. Present were Tom Benge, Dennis Halsrud, Dennis and 'Bob Benkendorf, Bradgate, Harold Peltz, Humboldt, Howard Zeman and David Halsrud, Jim leaves for Sunday for service: / AT LEAGUE RALLY Luther League had a Fall-Rally at Badger Sunday and attend ing were Linda Le Mont, Jeannette Evenson, Eileen Satern, Tom Jaoobson, Calvin Haugi Craig Kinseth, and Mike, Loos, the Rev. Robert J. Le Mont and Mrs. Leo Tofeberg. The Percy Watnems and Alton Mitsven, Bode, wore' Monday visitors at John Guiggesberg's at Ft. Dodge. Their son Kenneth lias enlisted in the navy for six years.,- :•;. ..„: •<.,, ?.'. ;^ <...- . i Supt. and Mrs. Darrel DeBoom and the Arthur Zemans attended •! the school board convention at Des Moines Thursday and Fri day. Three couples had, wedding anniversaries at Stubs , Frtwy ;, night. It was the Allan WatheriVs tenth, Harold Greenes, Manson ninth, and Ronald Meyer, eigh- Andersons and JameS, Ft. Dodge, /well Shelgrens, Gilniore City, Clifford itortes, (JdWftej Earl Ugsttd; Comptofl, Calif/, Mrs. Gurtdi EnockSon, Mrs. Roy Jsc- Obitoh, Mi*;;Ralbli Rtehards, s. Percy Watnarn, Mrs. Lorftfl >aniel, the Laurel Worsters and Mrs. OUver Kinseth, The Homer. Betzes, Grimes, were Sunday guests at Erling VTalmin's for birthdays. Mrs. Malmins birthday Was Nov. 13 and Mr. Malhiin'S was the follow- THURSOAY, N ADVANCE 24, 1966 OTHER EDITORS' OPINIONS (M. B. Crabbe in Eaglt Grov* Eagle) This .past election must have been the "sweetest" victory for Congressman H. R. Gross in his 16 year History as a Congressman. He carried every county in the Third .District, including Black Hawk (Waterloo). Before the election even his supporters in Waterloo, were saying that if he could come out of .Waterloo with. less than a 5,000 vote loss he could win the election in the .rest of the district., Btit *what\happened? ,He \v*on Bltfck Hawk county (Water- lob) fay 5;6dO votes. • i- . * .*.t-_t i, j u j. He was cr »* who l had by Pat Touche Waterloo Demo- been a popular mayor of that city and the Wa- terjcb Chamber of Commerce's executive secretary for the past several years. He was supposed to be the, strongest candidate it ' ' '^ 1L to get to oppose was Gross. It was not generally teenth. Mrs. Roy . Enockson has had as recent visitors the Merlin known but reported by some of his close, associates that he received campaign contributions, unsolicited from all 50 states of the union plus Canada, a foreign country. It was also reported in the Register that a Des Moines woman was irked when she went to the polls in Des Moines and couldn't find his name om the voting machine. (Des Moines is in the Fifth district, not the Third where Gross was running.) Gross polled about twice as many votes as there are registered Republicans so, there must have been a good many Independents and Democrats who also felt, he was badly needed in Washington 1 . Congratulations H. R. Gross on your "sweetest" of all victor- es. (Neil Maurer in Laurent Sun) Various reasons, ranging from ihe v "white backlash" to the war n Vietnam have been given for phc tremendous comeback of the Republican 1 ' party, in the recent election. - . In our opinion there was no "white backlash" in Iowa, where four Democratic, congressman and some'state officers were defeated. Nor did the war in Vietnam 'seem to have anything to do with it, since this is one subject on which the administrat on has as much support from Republicans as from members of the majority; parity. If there was any backlash involved, in our opinion, it was against the "Great Society," It was a warning that it's time to slovy down, to quit unlimited government spending, to forgd some oi the radical changes that President Johnson apparently has in mind. It was a vote againsi unlimited power by one party and by executive branch of gov eminent. 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