The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1966 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1966
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Miss Sigsbee Of Algona To Wed Burt Youth Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Moine* Tu«*day, Nov. 8, 1966 r ^ : ______!____ r - __-- - - -___-- --- - m _ -_ mi _ meeting Wednesday evening November 2. Plans were discussed for the noon luncheon to be served to the public in the Legion hall , election day. A bake sale will also be held. Joan Grandgenett, president, announced that - joint county Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held at Lone Rock, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. The annual Christmas party will be held Dec. 7. A pot luck lunch to be served at 7 o' clock. A gift exchange will be held, and in lieu of gifts for Woodward each member will give 50 cents and gifts will be bought and sent to Woodward for men and women inmates. Eileen Johnson and Lorrene Goetz were hostesses. - o - Martin Becker oflrvingtonwill answer his Army draft call Nov. 15. -He will go to Fort Leonard Wood. He is a son of the Tom Beckers and a twin of Maurice Becker. His wife, the former Mary Gillingham, is employed at Weidenhoff, Algona. Mrs. Bill Hanig and her sister, Mrs. Larry Flaherty, entertained a group of ladies at a party Wednesday evening in the Hanig home. Mr. and Mrs. Arman Adolf of Hartly spent several days last week with his sister, Mrs. Will Martinek and husband. There was no school at St. Joseph's Friday as the Parent Teachers conference was held. The conference was held at Gair- rigan high school Thursday evening. Mrs. R. C. Bauer entertained her bridge club Thursday. Her daughter, Mrs. Wm Hrubes, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hrubes were Oct. 30 guests in the Bill Bauer home in Whittemore in honor of the latter couple's son David, who received his first holy communion that morning. Denise Hrubes had a Halloween party, at her parental Wm Hrubes home Oct. 30. Debbie Ackerson had one Monday evening. Mrs. Lester Larson and Mrs. L. L. Lease visited the former's cousin, Mrs. Ellen Bottelson in Renwick, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hauptman and Mrs. Clara Erdman were Sunday guests of Mrs. Martha Albrecht at Rockwell City. Victor Erdman suffered a severe heart attack early Wednesday morning and was taken to the Britt hospital. Mrs. John Muehe had major surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Nov. 2. Mrs. Justine Becker accompanied her daughter, Joyce, and Anne Hobscheidt of LuVerne to Dubuque Thursday where she spent till Sunday at the home of her<son, Mark Becker and family. Joyce and Anne flew to Homecoming at Notre Dame. Gary Smith came recently from Viet Nam to spend 25 days with his parents, the Richard Smiths. He will leave November 16 for San Diego, Cal. for a further assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson are parents of a baby girl born Thursday at the Britt hospital. They another daughter, Debra Lynn, 18 months old. The new baby has been named Deanna Lavonn. MARY ANN SIGSBEE Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee of Sarasota, Fla., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Ann of Algona to David R. Rasmussen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Rasmussen of Hurt. Miss Sigsbee attended Algona Community high school and was graduated from Riverview high school, Sarasota Fla. in 1964. She is employed at North Central Public Service Co. in Algona. Mr. Rasmussen was graduated from Burt Community high school, attended the University of Iowa and received his B.S. degree in business administration in 1966 from Simpson College. He is currently receiving training as a U. S. Air Force supply specialist at Amarillo AFB, Texas. The wedding is planned for late December in Algona. Funeral Held At Wesley For Mrs. Halvorson WESLEY - Funeral services were held in the Evangelical Free Church Saturday at 3 p.m. for Mrs. Minnie Halvorson, 84, Edgeley, N.D., who died there Wednesday. Rev. Curtis Anderson officiated at the services. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery beside her husband, the late Charles Halvorson, who was buried there two years ago. She was a sister of the late Emma Funnemark. Casket bearers were Lester Larson, Fred Bentele, Lester Blain, Arvin Larson, Anton Pearson and Julius Funnemark. The Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. - o - WILL MARRY Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Traynor of Grant Mich., formerly of Clarion, announce the Nov. 12 marriage of their daughter, Judith, to Maurice Becker, son of the Tom Beckers. They will be married at Newaygo, Mich. The reception will be held in the Mr. President Motor Inn in Grand Rapids, Michigan. A family dinner will be served there at 7 o' clock. Maurice is employed at the Package Sales, Co. Judith is employed there as secretary. - o - AUXILIARY MET The American Legion Auxiliary held a regular monthly Urge Voters BURT - Members of the junior Girl Scouts Thursday afternoon made and posted several posters urging all eligible Burt voters to exercise their right by going to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 8, and casting their ballot for the candidates of their choice. HERE IS A TICKET FOR ALL IOWANS IH HAROLD E. HUGHES FOR GOVERNOR S ROBERT FULTON FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR IS MICHAEL DOYLE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE B LAINE WOKTHINGTON FOR STATE AUDITOR H PAUL FRANZENHURG FOR STATE TREASURER Jg\ KENNETH OWEN FOR SEC. OF AGRICULTURE IS LAWRENCE SCALISE FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL The accomplishments of the Hughes Team are so well known there is no need to repeat them here. The Hughes Administraten has been like a breath of fresh air. Iowa needs the Hughes Team if she is going to continue to compete with her sister states. HELP IOWA GROW — VOTE FOR THE HUGHES TEAM PUBLIC SERVANTS WHO DO THEIR JOB WELL DESERVE TO BE RE-ELECTED H MANCIL HURLHURT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE It does not make much sense to ask Governor Hughes to lead Iowa into the future unless we also elect Legislators who will help him and support his programs for a better Iowa. Don't send men to DCS Moines who oppose everything that Harold Hughes stands for. BO E. B. SMITH FOR U. S. SENATE E. B. Smith's opponent has opposed the Feed Grains Program, Investment Tax Credits and other progressive legislation that pumps vigor into the economy of Rural America. STANLEY L. GREIGG FOR CONGRESS Few Freshman Congressmen have been able to match Stan Greigg's record. No one could have foreseen that in two years this energetic young man would combine total attention to his job (95% attendance record — Member of House Agricultural Committee — Author of Important Farm Legislation) with such personal dedication to his people (almost 60 trips back to NW Iowa — 2 trips through Kossuth County in the past two weeks). \__ PUBLIC SERVANTS WHO DO THEIR JOB WELL DESERVE TO BE RE-ELECTED ja GORDON L*. WINKEL FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY H CLARA WALKER FOR COUNTY RECORDER H ROSELLA VOIGT FOR COUNTY TREASURER 83 CHARLES PLATHE FOR SUPERVISOR K] ANDREW REISING FOR SUPERVISOR Experience cannot be bought. Most people .agree that our county officials have been doing their job well. No one has suggested any valid reason why they have not earned another term. Their stewardship has been efficient and economical and their devotion to duty is known throughout the county. They have been courteous, firm and fair. If you want continued good government at the local level, return these people to office. ~ PUBLIC SERVANTS WHO DO THEIR JOB WELL DESERVE TO RE RE-ELECTED * We Say Keep The Hughes Team Together * We Say Keep The Courthouse Team Together * We Say Keep Iowa Moving Ahead VOTE DEMOCRATIC AND VOTE FOR CONTINUED PROSPERITY SPONSORED BY KOSSUTH COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE

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