The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1966 · Page 4
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Alfona, (la.) Upper DM Memo* Tuesday, August 16, 1966 Colts Tie for Pee Wee Title The Colts, along with the Red Sox, topped the PeeWee Little League standings here this summer. They are shown here with their -coaches. The Colts finished with a 5-2 won-lost mark. Front row, left to right, Rich Watson, Joel Dahlgren, Mark Payne, Steve Mertz, David Thilges and Chuck Hanson. Second row, left to right, Jerry Buscher, Timothy Joens, Mark Bishop, Richard Goecke and David Elbert. Back row, left to right, Charles Elbert, Loren Bishop and Merlin Mertz, coaches. (UDM Polaroid Photo) New Football Coach Named At Armstrong M. F. '"Doc" Archer has been named head football coach for the coming year at Armstrong Community School. He is a graduate of Estherville high school and lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track for three years and made the All-Conference teams in both football and basketball. He took undergraduate work at Estherville Junior College and Augustana College, Sioux Falls, MEN'S SOFTBALL Results - Burt 11, Bombers 5; Bunnies 10, Buschers €; Wei- denhoff 15, Universal 6; Baptists 10, Buds 7; Bombers 13, Collegians 12. STANDINGS Bunnies Weidenhoff Buschers Burt Baptists Buds Bombers Collegians Universal Games this week - Aug. 16: Buschers - Universal; Bombers- Weidenhoff; Aug. 18: Collegians- Bunnies; Aug. 22 Bombers Baptists; Buschers-Burt. W 9 9 8 6 3 3 3 2 2 L 1 1 3 4 6 7 8 7 8 tural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee, said today. The program would be financed through withholding a part of producers' wool payments on 1966-69 marketings. He emphasized that the outcome of the referendum will not affect continuation of the wool payment program, which was extended for three years under legislation enacted last year. According to the chairman, the advertising, promotional and related market development activities to enlarge or improve the market for wool and lamb are carried out under terms of an agreement between the Secretary of Agriculture and the American Sheep Producers Council, Inc. (ASPC), as authorized by law. The proposed new agreement is similar to the last one. By approving it, producers would authorize payment deductions of up to 1 1/2 cents a pound on shorn wool and 7 1/2 cents a hundredweight on unshorn lambs, compared with 1 cent and 5 cents in the past. The higher deductions, recommended by most of the State and regional sheep organizations which are members of ASPC, would be necessary to finance ASPC's proposed programs. The referendum will be conducted through the ASCS county offices. Copies of the agreement and ballots will be distri- the agreement is not approved by producers, no deductions will be withheld from payments on 1966 marketings, and the ASPC programs will be continued as long as the present reserve fund permits or until such time as some other agreement may be approved by producers. Husband Of Bancroft Lady Dies, Nevada The husband of a former Bancroft woman, Paul E. Johnson, 43, of Las Vegas, Nev. died Monday of a heart attack. His wife is the former Mary Nemmers, daughter of the N. J. Nemmers of Bancroft. He was born in Marion, Iowa and received his education there. He married Mary Nemmers in 1942 at Cedar Rapids. The couple lived in Davenport and Arizona before moving to Las Vegas. Mr. Johnson had suffered with asthma. Recently he was a car salesman in Las Vegas. In addition to his wife, three married children and a 5 year- old daughter survive. There are four grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday at Las Vegas. Burial was at Phoenix, Ariz. C-C Elects At Titonka At the regular meeting of the Titonka Chamber of Commerce Aug. 8, the following men were elected to serve on the board of directors for the coming year: Harvey Heyer, George Schuster, Jerry Harms, Art Boyken, Gary Sleper, Gene Krominga and Walter Baade. NOTICE OF AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to resolutions duly adopted at a special meeting of the stockholders of KOSSUTH COUNTY CHEESE CORPORATION, an Iowa corporation, Burt, Iowa, which special meeting was held at the place of business of said corporation at Waukon, Allamakee County, Iowa, on the 1st day of July, 1966, the following amendments to the Articles of Incorporation were adopted: 1. The name of the corporation shall be LUDLOW COMMUNITY DAIRY, INC. n. The principal place of business of said corporation shall be Waukon, Allamakee County, Iowa, m. That the corporation adopt a seal containing the corporate name as here amended, together with the word "Iowa" and the words "corporate seal." Notice is hereby further given that the general nature of the business transacted by this corporation is the production, purchase, manufacture, sale, trade and dealership in manufactured forms of milk and ownership, leasing, sale and other disposition of real and personal property, particularly in connection with the manufacture of various products from milk; the amount of capital stock authorized by the Articles is 250 shares of no par value issuable only when fully paid for in money or property and the same are non-assessable; the corporation commenced business August 21, 1959; its corporate existence is perpetual; the affairs of the corporation are conducted by a Board of Directors of not less than one DRUGSTORES... by GERALD THUENTE SOMETIMES — I have thoughts while shaving or hear a cute anecdote too good to keep to myself . . . VERY OFTEN — we have new shipments of merchandise or money saving bargains for you . . . THEN — there are times (holidays, birthdays, anniver- that vnu tend to forffet — and Bet into trouble for nor more than three in number; the directors are elected annually by the stockholders and hold office until their successors are elected and qualify; the officers of the corporation are a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer and such other officers as to the Board of Directors may seem fit or as may be provided by the By-Laws of the corporation; the annual meeting of the stockholders is held on the 1st day of April each year; the private property of the stockholders is exempt from corporate debts or liabilities. LUDLOW COMMUNITY DAIRY, INC. (formerly Kossuth County Cheese Corporation) /s/ By Doris Johnson Secretary (Published 4 times in Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Molnes newspaper). (58-60-62-64^ ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS for School Year 1966-1967 I. School Opens in grades Kg-12 inel. on Monday, Auoutt 29,9:00 A.M. Afl classes operate the full day. Detail of daily school hours will be announced in special bulletin to parent*. II. AH Kindergartens will operate in half-day sessions starting Monday, August 29. Assignment* of all pupils to forenoon.or afternoon section* will be confirmed at the registration dm Friday, August 19 or Monday, Auqu«t 22 (see detail in part V below). If possible according to preference of parent. Rural pupils will be assigned forenoon or a*- ternoon sections as required to fit bus schedules. Present birth and health certificate if not already filea. III. Elementary Buildings will house the following grades according to district assignment designated in part IV below: A. Third Ward on East Elm *nd Phillip* — grade* Ko. 1 and 2 B. Bryant en East North and Moore — Grades Kg-6 inclusive C. Lucia Wallace on E»tt Kennedy and Phillips — grade- Kf4 inclusive D. Bertha Godfrey on East State and Main — grades. Kg-5 inclusive IV. Districts for assignment of Town Elementary pupils. Kg-6 inclusive to respective buildings for children who live in the following areas: A. Third Ward — grade* Kq, 1 and 2; Wooster on the west; Call on th* South: Woodworth, Diagonal and Roan on the east; Milwaukee and Northwestern. Railroads on the north. B. Bryant — Grades Kq, 1 and 2, who live north- and weat of the streets: North Wooster to State: west to Marian; south to McGreoor: we»t to H»ll; south on Hell to City Limits. Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6: same area extended to Eeet Call and Northwestern Railroads. C Lucia Wallace — Grades Kg-6 inclusive who live south and east of the following streets: South Hall to McGreoor; to Harlan; to State; to Wooster; to Call; to Woodworth; thence south to city limits. D. Bertha Godfrey — all who live in area east of the- following streets: 1. Grades Kg, 1 and 2: Woodworth north from McGregor to Diagonal, to Roan. 2. Grades 3. 4, 5: Woodworth north from McGreoer to Call; them* west to Northwestern Railroad; thence north to city limits following Northwestern Railroad as boundary. 3. Grade 6: Assigned to Bryant or Lucia Wallace according to nearest location. E. Rural children residing outside the city limits wilt bo assigned according to respective building enrollment loads, details to bo given to parents on registration day on August 19 or 22. V. Sjpecial Registration Days on Friday, August 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or Monday, August 22 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. or Monday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. — all at High School Gymnasium. A. Pay textbook fees (outlined part IX below). B. Pay insurance fees — optional (outlined pert IX below). C. Get rural bus route assignment (outlined part VIII below). D. Enroll new students if not previously enrolled. E. Secure fir*t week'* lunch ticket — optional (outlined part X below). VI. Special 7th Grade Notice Every pupil In >th«flrade:;*hould report J». the .High School bqllding at 9:00 a.m. on Auau*t 44 for a brief moetiiM for buiUlna Your, locker assignments.

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