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EnUrtd tt tt«on<! eUw mttur at On pMtotf K* at Alton*, Iowa (MBtiv NOV. i. 1MB. und«r Act of Cofitnn of March I, IITt ISTAUISNtO 1865 I VOL. 102 NO. 7 SECOND SECTION ttf&Mffftfffftf^^ TODAY, MRS. LURL1NE WALLACE was inaugurated as the Governor of Alabama. This is> the first time in history a woman has held that office in that state and only the third time a woman has been a governor in the whole nation. Not that Alabama is a real member of the United States. Along with Mississippi, and all of Georgia with the exception of Atlanta, Alabama in my opinion has never really belonged to the Union. - o THE ONLY OTHER PAID JOB the honey-blonde Mrs. Wallace has held heretofore was a clerk in a dime store. But her husband, George C. was prevented from seeking a term to succeed himself when the legislature refused to change laws. So George did the next best thing. He ran his wife for the post and she won handily. - o NOW, THE THEORY BACK OF ALL this is that what Lurline doesn't know about the governor's job, George will tell her. Meanwhile, supporters of the male Governor Wallace think he has great presidential possibilities and probably George is of the same mind. I should live so long to see a thing like that, but lots of Alabamans take it perfectly seriously. And it sets me to wondering what would happen if Lurline would decide not to be a mere figure-head and start to take her political prowess perfectly seriously. - o GEORGE WALLACE HAS LONG been an ardent advocate of state's rights - that is the privileges and perogatives of the white southern citizen. George seems to suit most of the citizens with voting rights in Alabama and he's doing the governing no matter who holds the title. His wife might le; him keep on doing Just that. With a little encouragement, I wonder if she might take over George's presidential aspirations and take a fling at being the president, and the first woman one, herself 1 -'fl- IP MRS. WALLACE BECAME PRESIDENT, she probably wouldn't want to do much for the colored citizens, but she'd have a perfect opportunity to gain full recognition, and full integration of another down-trodden segment of our population - women 1 If Lurline will promise to do that she can not only have my vote, I'll go out and ring doorbells for her campaign. - o THE FIRST THING MRS. WALLACE could do as president would be to do away with the tradition of menial work for women. If you look around you, almost all the maids, waitresses, cleaning women and housewives are women. Of course, there are a few lady doctors, lawyers, teachers and executives, but even they are just lady doctors, lawyers and executives in the day time. When they come home at night about 85% of them still have to wash dishes, scrub floors and cook supper. - o THE IDEAL PLAN, AND TH<5PE Lurline will "go fbrlt,* is to have every grubby task in the land done by men. If there is any question about which of a married couple should go out and earn the living I strongly suggest that it be the wife while the husband stays home and does the housework. Equal pay for equal work would be all right but I think the biggest salaries should go to the fair sex. - o ' THERE'S ROOM FOR A GREAT DEAL of integration in education. Women are pretty much accepted nowadays in the same high schools the men go to; it is at the college level the Improvement is needed. In many families, if all the children can't go on to school, it is the boys who get the preference because the girls will probably "just get married" anyway. When things get the way they should be it will be the daughters that are educated. Excepting in those cases where the family can afford to send the sons to college to find themselves wives. - o ONE OF THE ISSUES IN THE color integration problem has been separate rest rooms for white and colored. I don't know as I'd go so far as to suggest integrated powder rooms in the fight for women's rights, but I do think it might be a good thing to integrate restaurants. As it is now coveys of females lunch together and stage sit-in strikes. Then they each ask for separate checks and spend a great deal of time debating over the bill. Stag groups match coins to see who gets stuck with the check. With full integration, everybody will sign a credit card when they enter the cafe and hen parties won't be at all conspicuous. - o REALLY, TRULY, AND ABSOLUTELY ultimate integration of women would probably get us to the point where the bearing, feeding and rearing of offspring would be evenly divided between men and women. I doubt if either Lurline or Grace would care to go that far. On second thought, it might be just as well if Mrs. Wallace would stay home in Alabama and be Lady Governor, even if it is in name only. If somebody in the family wants to run for president- let George do it 1 - o I WAS DELIGHTED THIS WEEK when Virginia Buchanan sent me a Congregational Couples Club calendar. Now I can resume listing birthdays. Ones for Jan. 26 through Feb. 1 include Susan Buchanan, Mildred Heiderscheidt, Dennis Carlson, Darlene Feaster, Aria Cowan, Grace French, Opal Bloom, Eleanor Wilson, Sharon Foxhoven, Stan Muckey, Robert Percival, Robert BIckert, Stephen Winkel, Violet Miller, Douglas Allen, Mrs. H. R. Cowan, Lavonne Post, Dick Sjogren, Clare Sheakley, Mark Will, Virgil Gunder, Jean Goodman, Rev. Frank Hurcey, Steven Goodm?Ji, Carol Kenyon, Mary Nash, Timmy McGuire and Merle Pratt. Wedding anniversaries include Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ruhnke, Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Demand, Me. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clegg, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lytle, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Al Willrett, and Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Graham. - o THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS for Islander Beef Short Ribs. 3 to 4 Ibs. beef short ribs 1 tsp. salt 1 cup pineapple tidbits 1/2 cup catsup 1/4 cup vinegar 1/4 cup water 1/2 cup minced onion 1/4 cup finely chopped green pepper 3 tbsp. brown sugar 1/2 tsp. dry mustard 1/2 tsp. salt Flour for gravy Brown beef ribs in own fat. Pour off drippings. Cover tightly and cook slowly 1 1/2 hours. Pour off drippings again. Combine remaining ingredients and pour over ribs. Cover and continue to cook an additional 30 minutes. Thicken liquid with flour for sauce. GRACE WALT DISNEY'S "FOLLOW ME, BOYS"! STARTS THURSDAY AT THE AL6ONA THEATRE lege, Mason City, and Mr.Doyle, graduate of St. John's high school, Bancroft, is in construction work. (Gltnn's Studio Plioto) 100 I. C. Ferguson of the Mari- EUen home in Dysart recently became a century old. Longevity is no phenomenon to the Ferguson family. His mother lived to be 109 years old. He had nine daughters, has 27 grandchildren, 87 great-grandchildren, and 24 great-great-grandchildren. DIVER Sp. 4 Daiuy Pa ton, son of Mrs. Ruth Patton of New Shiron, graduated from Deep Sea Diving School at Yorktow;j, Va. in November. Dinny is to report for nival duty in Viet Nam this month. RETIREE Jim Kane, Sumner, has retired from his position as depot agent for the Chicago Great Western railroad after serving the railroad over forty-six years. LGONA THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 - FEBRUARY 1 CONTINUOUS SHOWING SATURDAY - SUNDAY HIS MOMENT IN COURT, the culmination of a lifetime of longing to become a lawyer, arrive! for Fred MacMurray in thii dramatic, lively scene from Wall Ditney'i "Follow Me, Boytl" MacMurray defendt Lillian Giih, left, against Elliott Reid. Alto starring In the Technicolor production are Vera Miles, Charlie Ruggles and Kurt Russell. Miss McGuire Marries The new boom industry Agriculture Offers Growth Investment Opportunities Crop surpluses hive vanished, farm land values are rising, ind scientific methods are racing to meet the food demands of our exploding population. This boom In U.S. agriculture brought record earnings to a 30-year-old Iowa company In 1966. With Increased orders for 1967 and a leadership role In the production of high-yield food and fiber, It Is now expanding. Investment opportunities vi available. Excellent management and research leadership, as well is significant Iowa land holdings, make this, an Investment worthy of consideration. For details, write 0 4 U Securities, Inc., or Iti AUTHORIZED AGENT HAROLD W. MARTIN 436 Loomls Ave. — Fort Dodge, Iowa Phone: 576-1325 O & U SECURITIES COMPANY 725 14th St. • Marion, Iowa Out of the ordinary things of life, Walt Disney creates an extraordinary motion picture! WALT DISNEY preienti starring FRED VERA MACMURRAY MILES iilLJAN GISH -CHARLIE RUGGLES -ELLIOTT REID KURT RUSSELL-LUANA PATTEN-KEN MURRAY lcw.,1.0, LOUIS PULUIER •ml M Iki »»«l 'M m< M, Cwnlri' tr BlCHiUlIt «1»IOI C. ,.„„,. WINSION HIBLER • O,,K,,( „ NORMAN IOKAR Technicolor* MIMH4 br lutU Vllll Ritttuiw Ca.lM. ST. JOE — Florence McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire of St. Joe, became the bride of James M. Doyle of Bancroft, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doyle, at a double ring ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, In St. Joseph's Catholic Church, St. Joe. Rev. L. C. Schumacher officiated at the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were nephews of the bride, John McGuire, Tom McGuire, Dannis McGuire and Daniel McGuire. St. Joseph's Sisters and the grade school choir sang the high msss, with Sister M. Doris organist. Vickie McGuire, niece of the bride, sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor-length gown of bridal satin with empire waistline, lace bodice, bell sleeves and matching train. Her pouff-of-silk illusion veil fell from a pearl crown headpiece. She carried a cascade of green baby orchids and gold roses with white velvet ribbons. A pendant of two white gold wings, united with a pearl was a gift from toe groom. Mrs. Ernest Berte, sister of the bride, and Kathy Doyle, sister of the groom, attended the bride. Charles Doyle, brother of the groom, and Richard Mu- Guire brother of the bride, attended the groom, Leonard McGuire and Mark McGuire brothers of the bride, and Arthur Doyle & Robert Doyle, brothers of the groom, were the ushers. Following the ceremony, dinner was served at the VFW Hall in Algona for 200 guests with Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire & Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rahe dining room hosts. Punch was poured by Mrs. Cecil Will and Catherine Rahe. Cake was cut by Mrs. Bill McGuire and Mrs. Walter Menke, godmothers of the bride and groom. Waitresses were Virginia Thul, Marie Lentsch, Ardls Harms, Sharon Reding, Phyllis nig and Betty McGuire. Kathy McGuire was in charge of the guest book, while gifts were opened and displayed by Janet McGuire, Pat McGuire and Rosa Lee nig. Following a short wedding trip, they will make their home at Bancroft. Mrs. Doyle, a graduate of Garrlgan High School, is attending LaJames Beauty Col- move clock We do. With our famous Customer Care Warranty. What's above Is a j: ace-setter, too. Come In and see why. 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Maintenance services required under the warranty are: change engine oil every 3 monihs or 4 000 miles " hlch . e "'°" 1 '' 5 '"''• '"I'n^ 3 " °" Wi'Mty seconJoil change, clean carburetor IH Mler every 6 monihs and replace every 2 years, luSncate front suspension ball ioinls and tie rod ends at 3 years or 36.000 miles, whichever occurs first; and every 6 months have an Imperial, Chrysler. PlymouM or Oodge dealer certify (i) receipt ol evidence ol performance 01 tne required services and (n) the car s then current mileage. THURSDAY- FRIDAY -MONDAY- TUESDAY -WEDNESDAY Complete Program Begins: 7:30 p.m. "Follow Me Boys" 8:03 p.m. SATURDAY —• SUNDAY- Complete Program Begins: 1:30 -4:12 - 6:54 p.m. "Follow Me Boys": 2:01 - 6:54 - 7:29 • 9:40 p.m. Take Charge...Move up to CHRYSLER '67 AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC., 8 °0 South Phillips, Algona, Iowa HOOD'S kl C-ISIRAIION lilANk Clip IhU regiitratlon blank and take It to Hood'i 5wp«r Valu jtore to r«gltt«r for the Myjtang giveaway. No purchoie Decenary. NAME. ADDRESS. CITY. -STATE, ZIP CODE. Rtglllralfon llmitvd to adultt 18 yton of age or older only. Registration endt Saturday, Jan. J», 1967.

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