The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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(la.) Uppir D« Mdin*t Thursday, October 27, 1966 Sentral Supf, At D-Moines School Meeting LONE ROCK - D. G. Keoppel, Supt. of Sentral Community Schools, along with Lyle Shelton of the LuVeme school system attended the Iowa School Masters Association meeting last Thursday in Des Moines. Most of the material handled at the meetings were discussions for proposals for legislation. - o - CLASS PLAY "All in the Family" a comedy play will be given at the Sentral auditorium by the junior class. The play will be presented Nov. 4 - 5 at 8 p.m. Tickets are now on sale by junior class members at 75? for adults and 50? for children. Tickets purchased from a class member before performance will be good for either Friday or Saturday. The teenage hero is played by Dennis Eldridge, father, by Robert Krause, his wife, Susan Blanchard. - o - SET CONFERENCES Parent Teacher conferences will be held at Sentral Nov. 7. School will not be in session. Conference schedules will be sent home with students. Fifteen minutes are allowed for each conference. - o - John Newbrough, former Lone • Rock resident, had surgery Wednesday in Phoenix, Ariz, where he had made his home for the past several years. His surgery was for a disc, and he is in the Good Samaritan hospital, Phoenix. His surgery was for a disc, and he is in the Good Samaritan hospital, Phoenix. Mr. Newbrough'spar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, live in rural Lone Rock. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Marilyn Bellinger attended a teacher's convention held in Des Moines Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Krueger and Miss Bol- Ungeiy'who teach in Rlngsted, accompanied other Ringsted teachers for the two day meeting. Ladies of the UPW of the Presbyterian church will pack boxes of goodies to be sent to servicemen for the holiday season. Lone Rock Presbyterian church held its annual corn drive Oct. 26. Joe Culbertson was corn drive chairman. The Good News Quartet will give a concert at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church Tuesday, Nov. 1, beginning at 7:30 p.m. A free will offering will be received. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tigges of rural Lone Rock were honored with a farewell party by neighbors and friends Sunday evening. The Tigges are moving about Nov. 1 to a farm in the Cylinder area. Those present for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath, Robert Heifners, Fred Erick- sons, Robert Hannas, Bill Kadings and Everett Lock woods. The guests brought refreshments for the evening and a gift of money. The played cards. Mr. and Mrs. LeslieTegland of Belmond, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry of Eagle Grove and Mrs. Richard Lindvall of Clarion we re dinner guests at the Curtis Olson home Sunday. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Tegland. Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander of Algona, Denis Strucki of St. Cloud, Minn, and Linda Ramus of Albert Lea, Minn, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus Sunday. The junior class of Sentral is having a Slave Auction during the entire month of October. They are available for any type job and are anxious to work. They may be contacted through the high school. Philip Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson, is in Rochester, Minn, hospital. He was taken there earlier in the week with an infection of the ear and glands. He will remain for a few days. Philip is a senior at St. John's school, Bancroft. Alex Donovan of Ferndale, Wash, has been visiting Neva Thompson and Mrs. Adela Thompson. He has been visiting other relatives in the area, including a brother in Spirit Lake. Mrs. Willard Thompson went with Mr. and Mrs, Ralph,Thompson to Rochester Thursday to visit her son Philip who has been hospitalized there since Tuesday. The Ralph Thompsons are grandparents of Philip, The Sentral Band Mothers regular monthly meeting will be Nov. 14, at 8 p.m. at the high school. This is a change in the date. Denis Hutchinson of Belvidere, ni., was home over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson of Lone Rock. Denis works for the Chrysler Corp. in Illinois. Mrs. Georgia MarlowandMrs. Mervin Marlow went to Livermore, Thursday to help Mrs. Kate Collins celebrate her 83rd birthday. Mrs. Collins is the mother of Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Several Lone Rock families attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marlow of Redfield, So. Dak. Those attending from Iowa were Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Georgia Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mrs. Eich Seege- barth. Del Marlow, brother of Ben Marlow, spent the week in South Dakota. Mrs. Mary Genrich spent Thursday in Ledyard with Mrs. George Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Hartman, Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Hansen and Mrs. Mary Genrich attended the Rural Mail Carriers meeting at Titonka Monday. The meeting was held at the Morris Givens home. Mrs. Eldon Marlow of Lone Rock left by plane Wednesday for Phoenix, Ariz, for a stay of a approximately two weeks. She has gone to be with her sister, Mrs. Eston Eggestien, (Virginia), whose husband is in the hospital. Mrs. Ellen Cherland, who makes her home with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause, is spending the week in Minneapolis with another daughter, Mrs. Carl Carlson. Cheryl Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause.was home over the weekend from Mankato State College. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. TrunK- hill and their guest, Mrs. Ina Heaney, Lincoln, Nebr., were Saturday callers at the Jack Trunkhill home, becoming acquainted with the new baby girl who arrived on Wednesday. Mrs. Heaney spent the weekend with her brother and family, the Mennet Trunkhills. Saturday supper guests also included Mr. , v and. Mrs. Anthony JaiKjla^dQeps. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson attended final rites at the Gladbrook Methodist church on Tuesday, for his sister, Mrs. Roy Beddow. Mrs. Beddow had been seriously ill with cancer for the past four months and passed away at a Marshalltown hospital on Saturday. The Fred- ricksons were accompanied to Gladbrook by their son, Jim, Rockwell. Mr. and Mra. F. C. Soderberg attended Divine Worship services at the Shlloh Lutheran church at Elmore Sunday. Their niece,Lucille Anderson, was presented the God, Home and Country award during worship services. They were dinner and afternoon guests at the home of Lucille's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson. Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of Mrs. Kate Groen were Pat Groen, Ft. Dodge, Melvin Langfltt, Grand Junction, the Richard Groen family, John Groen family and the Jack Gettman family, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Devine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Doege and Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dixon, Tony and Sandy. 'U & I' Circle At Burt Seats New Officers BURT - Members of the U & I circle met at the Cunningham Cafe recently and elected officers for the new club year. Serving as leaders for the next year will be Adella Ulses, president; Ruth 0. Patterson, vice president; Isabella Sabin, secretary - treasurer; Naomi Junkermeier, Vera Schwietert and Magdalene Ortman, members of the book committee; Evelyn Angus and Hazel Larson, flower committee. Naomi Junkermeier gave the home extension lesson. Hostesses were Elsie and Naomi Junkermeier. The next meeting of the club will be with Marian Westling on Nov. 8. Carroll Fraser New Member Burt Fire Dept. BURT - Carroll (Shorty) Fraser was installed as a new member of the Burt Volunteer Fire Department at the regular monthly meeting on Thursday night. This brings the membership up to eighteen fire fighters. There was considerable dis- cussion pro and con on the purchasing of gas masks; nothing definite was decided. The department answered two fire calls daring the past week. One was a call to the Art Kflhler farm where a short In the tractor caused sparks to ignite grass in a com field. The other was a call to the Maynard Wiegand farm where a grass tire was feared to spread to a corn field. Men present at Thursday's meeting were Chief Walter Steward, Assistant Chief Vern Shipler, "Swede" Batt, "Red" Pettls, Eugene Heerdt, George Manus, Dick Lavrenz, Charles Spry, Bernie Miller and Fraser, Gospel Singing Quartet Billed Nov. 1, Lone Rock THE Good News Quartet of Holland, la. will present a concert of gospel and spiritual songs at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church on Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 7:30 p. m. This quartet was organized in January, 1965. Since then they have been singing as a full-time gospel quartet throughout the United States and Canada and are enjoyed and appreciated by those who come to hear them. Their four record albums are available at their concerts, by mall and in many record stores. Some of the songs on these albums, . they also sing at their concerts COMMUNITY EVENTS FRIDAY, Oct. 28 - 7:30 football - Sentral vs Hurt here. MONDAY , Oct. 31 - 3:45 Boys and girls Trick or Treat for UNICEF. 7:00 p.m. - Lion's Halloween party at Legion Hall. te politicians were in YOU CAN'T BEAT NEW WAYNE 40% HOG BLOX FOR HIGH RETURN ON INVESTMENT Each bushel of corn that a hog cleans up will produce about 9 pounds of pork —Ji no supplement is fed. Each bushel of corn that a hog cleans up, will produce about 20 pounds of pork — jf_ Wayne 40% Hog Blox are fed. Each 100 Ibs. of 40% Hog Blox fed produce 125 Ibs. of extra pork II will Each dollar invested in Wayne 40% Hog Blox will be returned about 4 times when fed to hogs in corn fields. Klein's Farm Supply 216 West State St. ALGONA, IOWA (79-82) TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY MANCIL HURLBURT KOSSUTH COUNTY Democratic Candidate for State Representative I am the Democratic candidate for State Representative from Kossuth County. I hope to succeed Casey Loss who after serving nine terms in the legislature resigned to become a member of the state Board of Regents. Feeling local property taxes are as high as we can stand at the present time, also realizing teachers salary and school administration costs are increasing, I believe we may have to have an increase in State Aid to Schools. Property taxes are not necessarily based on ability to pay. If income returns from property are lower than ususal one still pays the same tax. If Iowa's economy continues to expand and prosper,, I believe we might in the years ahead gradually lower the personal and property tax. We are hearing a lot of noise from individuals who advocate refunding part of this year's income tax. In the past we have been given nearly four months' grace to pay the previous year's tax. This year we have gone to a pay-as-you- go-basis withholding tax. This has of course brought more money into the state treasury. I feel there are many places in Iowa this should be used. Our State colleges are bulging now and the estimate is that they will be nearly doubled by 1969 or 1970. This is going to call for expansion, a larger staff, and more parking area. Our new vocational schools will need additional funds to get them operating on a full schedule. Our highway system must be improved if we are to lower our mortality rate on the highways in Iowa. Narrow bridges such as those south of Algona must be changed to keep up with the travel of today. State roads with curbs must be corrected. We are fortunate to have able planners in the capitol who were able to accumulate surplus funds. Some other states around us would be happy to have this amount or any part of it in their treasury. We have funds, let's not refund, then turn around and levy taxes to get them back. Any over-payment at the year's end must be refunded within 45 days. YOUR /OTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED. lasl week. They promised us the new community college and prosperity unlimited. We know they're all sincere but it takes a grocery to qel our vote... 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