The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1968 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 12, 1968
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Cadettes Off To Des Moines Tuesday, March 12, 1968 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 soon as the federal budget is balanced, Congress should increase the state share of the income tax. Eventually we can repeal all state income taxes and convert federal income tax into a combined federal-state tax." Senator Stanley explained, "This will mean only one income tax return to file, and only one set of income tax collectors. We will save millions of dollars by eliminating the wasteful double income tax system. It will take many years to reach this goal, but let's take the first step now." M-D club Union Twp. Mothers and Daughters Club will meet March 14 with Julia Taylor, hostess. Dorothy Hanson and Bernadette Reilly are on the menu committee. Roll call will be, "Why Retire?" Bernice Alt, Mary Sarchet and May Schenck will have charge of the program, Problems of the Aging. Election of officers will be held. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPERI1 STARTS THURSDAY, MARCH 14th For the First rime! tatiouous Performances et Popular Prices! Ill HI Ml 111! WWII If i MMIEMVIWMR HCUDIIIII rii, lisi picnir The latest portrait of the Algona High School Cadettes, precision drill team, which has been performing during halftime ceremonies at varsity basketball games here for a number of years, is presented here. Under the direction of Mrs. Delia Moxley, the Cadettes will again appear in an exhibition during the Girls' State Basketball Tournament at Des Moines this week. The local aggregation, complete with pep band, were slated to perform during the evening session Wednesday, March 13, during their fourth trip to the capitol city. Members of the group shown here are, front, co-captains Shari Wagner and Jane Walker; second row, left to right, Carol Smith, Kathy Buchanan, Cathy Chrischilles, Debbie Huber, Sue Bullock, Debbie Will, Marilyn Dau and Wendl Gardner. Third row, left to right, Cyndee Miller, Linda Darbyshire, Pat Hopkins, Ruth Johnson, Niki Wegner, Karla Sjogren, Becky Fisher and Lynn Buchanan; fourth row, left to right, Patti Muckey, Colleen Frink, Debbie Johnson, Kris Easter, Linda Allen, Kathy Me Bride and Nancy Wagner. Fifth row, left to right, Bev Knudsen, Kathy Taylor, Dorie Mowers, Donna Fisher, Becky Tordoff and Peggy Zittritsch; sixth row, left to right, Jan Limbaugh, Debbie Laws and Kathy Skow; and top, Linda Ross. (AHS Photo) Vicky Olson Of Lakota Bride, Feb. 24, Ledyard In a ceremony performed Feb. 24, at one o'clock by Father Hood in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ledyard, Vicky Lynn Olson of Lakota, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson, became the bride of James B. Parks, son of Mrs. W. H. Parks of Mason City. Sue Karels was maid of honor and Mrs. BUI Parks was bridesmaid. Attending the groom as best man was Don Olson of Buffalo Center and as groomsman, Bill Parks. Mrs. Donald Olson of Buffalo Center was the bride's personal attendant. Richard Olson and Rick Sheridan were ushers and Mike and Pat darken were altar boys. Mrs. Vernon Hagg of Ledyard was organist. A reception for 100 guests followed the ceremony in the church parlors. Kathy Thompson, Newport, Minn., had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Norman Stevens, Armstrong, and Mrs. George Diers, Bancroft, cut the cake. Mrs. Ben Balding of Burt poured and Janet Cink, Algona, and Eileen Farrow, Bancroft, served the punch. Marie Diers, Algona, and Barb Farrow, Minneapolis, opened the gifts. The couple will be at home In Mason City where the bridegroom is employed by the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad. The bride is a graduate of Lakota High School and attended Mason City School of Cosmetology. The bridegroom is a graduate of Mason City High School and also served two years in the Navy. State Sharing Of U.S. Taxes Is Advocated LuVERNE - State Senator David Stanley of Muscatine, Republican candidate for U. S. Senator, said today (Tuesday) he supports "a tax sharing plan to give each state a fixed share of the federal income taxes paid by residents of that state." He spoke at a coffee at the Lu Verne Lanes and at a luncheon meeting of the Algona Lions Club at the American Legion building in Algona. Senator Stanley, a veteran Iowa legislator who is actively campaigning for election as Iowa's next U.S. Senator, said, "The states should receive this money without federal controls except for the essential civil rights guarantees, so each state can use its money where it is most needed. The people of Iowa know their own needs better than some official in Washington."; Senator Stanley proposed, "This tax sharing plan should replace hundreds of federal aid programs to state and local government. This plan would get rid of the huge administrative staffs, needless paperwork and rigid controls that come with federal aid," "At first the state share of the federal income tax would be equal to the amount of federal aid replaced by tax sharing. But the same amount of money would do a lot more because you would no longer take out a big bite for federal administrative costs." Senator Stanley added, "As Now End Wed. MARCH 13th My Firarite Thing! .,^^' ¥ f Something Good Edclwe!» THE MIRISCH CORPORATION RODGERS.- HAMMERSTEIN'S ^ANDREWS CHRISTOPHER Fitewfliy I A WALTER MIRISCH PRODUCTION mm ARTISTS THEATRE A tRANSAUf RtCA Weekdays at 8 P.M. only Saturday & Sunday at 1:00 - 4:30 - 800 p.m. ADMISSION - Adults $2.00 (Saturday til 5 - $1.50) Children - $1.00 (Anytime) Algona Theatre ALGONA r a^s^^B**!^ TOO BUSY FOR GROCERY SHOPPING? Let us help with FREE DELIVERY — twice daily — Phone i 295-3762 East End Grocery ALGONA. IOWA

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