The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1966 · Page 16
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18 Honored By The ASCS Here Alfotttt, (10.) Uppw Dw Molrtw Tu«day, Augutt 23, 1966 Friday afternoon, July 15, a party was held in the assembly room of the USDA Center here to present awards to personnel of the ASCS who had served the Department of Agriculture for a period of ten or more years. Awards were presented to all three members of the county committee, three office employees and 12 members of the community committees. A total of 230 years of service was accumulated among those receiving awards. Richard L Anderson, chairman of the county ASC committee, was presented an award for 30 years, having served the longest period of time. Donald J. Bollig, vice chairman of the county committee, received a ten year service award and George W. Wolf, member of the county committee, was honored for 25 years of service. Community committeemen who received a ten year service award -were B. J. Anliker, Arlowe Blome, Dan E. Froehlich, Francis H. Froehlich, Ronald Gardner, Menno Limberg, Robert W. Mayer, Andrew Reising, Arthur Rode, Carl W. Swanson, Bernard H. Thilges and Leander Vaske. Three ASCS office employees were given awards for ten or more years of service. Curtis P. Haahr, office manager, received his ten year award, Evelyn J. Ollom, ACP clerk in the ASCS office, 20 years, and Ivy Scuffham, administrative clerk, 15 years. All of the employees who received these awards were presented with a framed Certificate of Service and a lapel pin designating their own particular length of service. After the presentation the guests were served cake and coffee by the committee in charge. In the photo at left, front row, left to right, are Miss Scuffham, Mrs. Ollom and Mr. Bollig, while in back, left to right, are Mr. Wolf, Mr. Haahr and Mr. Anderson. The photo at right shows Mr. Anderson, right, receiving his certificate from Mr. Haahr. Cylinder Area Voters Appeal School Setup CONSTRUCTION PAPER White A Colors, 12x18. - Upper Des Motoes Pub. Co., Office Supply Dept. ALGONA TONIGHT & WED. • Scan Conncry Joanne Woodward Jean Seberg "A Fine Madnees' A notice of appeal to the Iowa Supreme Court has been filed in Palo Alto County District Court by 56 residents of the reorganized Emmetsburg Community School District from a ruling handed down by Judge Richard Cooper of Storm Lake, which dismissed a petition filed by them. Most of the plaintiffs live in an area in or adjacent to the old Cylinder school district which is slated to become part of Emmetsburg's district. Some of them want to join the Sentral district in Kossuth county, to which they are closer. The original petition asked that a decision of the Palo Alto County Board of Education over ruling the objections of the plaintiffs and establishing the boundaries of a Proposed Emmetsburg School District be annulled. Judge Cooper ruled July 26 the plaintiffs, "wholly failed to carry the burden of proof imposed upon them by the law, and dismissed the petition." The 56 plaintiffs were; Harlan Eimert, Theodore L. Sudbeck, Gerald G. Kuecker, George L. Kliegl, Opal F. Egemo, Kermit Twaiten, Wilfred Bierstedt, Gene L. Twait, Kathryn Alderson, Sidonia Beck, Mrs. Reuben Berkland, Mrs. Faith Steine, Vivian Wiener, Mrs. Art Elbert, Dolores Elmers, Freda Seims, Genelle Kuecker, David La Vern Berkland, Olaf Norland, Lena Alderson, Henry Langerman, Julius Schenden, John Wegener, Gilbert Bleckwenn, Eldon Hantelman, Deland Votteler, Beverly Ann Berkland, L. G. Egemo, Mrs. Lucille Frink, Willard Twait, George Twait, Ida Twaiten, Carl Beck and Reuben Berkland. Also Mamie Langerman, Emil Schendel, Orville J. Weiner, M rs. Gilbert Bleckwenn, Art Elbert, Letha L. Leonard, William F. Leonard, Harold Elbert, Bernice Elbert, William Gade, Frances Gade, Herbert Potratz, Ruth Potratz, Ernest Habeger, Elizabeth Habeger, Roy Kliegl, Susan Kliegl, Josephine R. Dahlhauser and Lorene Kollasch, Mrs. Gene Twait, Wayne A. Beleckwenn and Nona Twait. On May 19, during the regular term of Palo Alto District court, a hearing was held on the plaintiffs' petition for Writ of Certiorari. Plaintiffs appeared by their counsel Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt of Algeria. Defendants appeared by Charles H. Barlow, County Attorney. Judge Cooper presided. The new school district was approved by the voters 845 to 166 in a special election March 28. Deanery Meeting The Northeast Deanery of Sioux City Council of Catholic Women will have their fall meeting, Aug. 25 in Immaculate Conception hall, Graettinger. Caroline Kriege, Sioux City, will be the afternoon speaker. She is the Diocesan Confraternity of Christian Doctrine chairman. The board meeting is at 10 a. m. Luncheon at 12 p. m. Registration for the afternoon meeting begins at 1:00. ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^*^^ ^^^^ ^« LOCALS MR. RICHARD D. Palmer and his student travelers returned last week from a 12-day trip to New England. Seniors accompanying Mr. Palmer were Steven Waller, Thomas Snyder, Lawrence Munger, and Clinton Young. They visited Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts, toured New England mansions, and swam in the Atlantic Ocean. A week was spent at Briarwood Lodge, near Providence, Rhode Island. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes is their daughter, Carol, Columbus, Ohio. She is director of health, physical education and recreation at the Y. W. C. A. in Columbus. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. T. James Palmer have been their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Palmer of Metairie, Louisiana. He is an engineer with Boeing Aircraft Company, and his wife is the former Betty Mertz. They also visited her parents. Other guest was the Palmer daughter, Mrs. Michael Gagen and children of Cheyenne, Wyoming. MR. AND MRS. Pat Montag and children left Saturday for a vacation trip to Omaha and the Black Hills. They expect to be gone about a week. RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Parker, Knightstown, Ind. The men are cousins. SEAMAN RONALD R. Muller has returned to Norfolk, Va. after spending five days at home. He will report to Pensacola, Fla. August 19. He has been chosen for 22 weeks schooling for communication technician radioman. LINDA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MarlinMeehlhause left Sunday for Des Moines with the Palo Alto winner of the 4-H dress project in which Linda won first for Kossuth County. They and other girls will be guests at the Fair and will have all expenses paid. They will stay at the 4-H dormitory and meals will also be served gratis at Younkers. She hopes to be able to meet some of the Lawrence Welk music makers, especially the Lennon sisters. MR. AND MRS. Frank Taugue has as dinner guests last Sunday, the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tague, Clarion. Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tague, returned Thursday to Modesto, Calif, where she teaches physical education in the school system She had spent a week and a half vacation with her parents. MRS. Olive Herbst has as guest her sister, Mrs. Priscilla Furjanick, who came Aug. 19 from Los Angeles and will also visit her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst. Mrs. Furjanick had previously been on a trip to Seattle and boat trip to Fairbanks, Alaska. MR. AND MRS. Dale Laws have a house trailer at Clear Lake and last week a group went there to spend a day and night. Those in attendance were Lesilie Norton, Debbie Laws, Tina Obrecht, Carol Schneider, Sherry Wagner and Virginia Deal. STARLITE ENDS TONIGHT IN A PAKUU-MUlllGAN PRODUCTION ciover SECOND FEATURE HUSH...HUSH, SWEET,, CHARLOTTE A JO* C«**y^M Pi clean electric cooking! Whether it's a meal for company or for your family, the modern, easy way is to cook it on your modern, new electric range. Modern electric cooking is ; cleaner, faster. It's modern . . . automatic. _ 4 A modern electric range is one more step toward better living . .. electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities

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