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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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,4-Algeno, (la.) Upper Des Moinc: Thursday, March 14, 1968 Soloist Here March 14 Algona is one of 64 Iowa communities to participate in an unusual vocal educational experiment. The MidrAmerica Chorale, directed by John R. Dexter, under the auspices of the Sao Performing Arts Project, will perform in Algona, March 14, as a part of a 14-week tour throughout Iowa. . The schedule of events for Algona is as follows: senior high concert, a senior high chorus and chorale workshop, a luncheon with community leaders, quartet performances in junior high and grades 4, 5 and 6 at Bryant, Wallace and Godfrey grade schools and a public concert in the evening. No charge will be made to the public for attending the evening concert which will be held in the high school auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Alice Jimenez from Chicago, shown above, is one of 25 professional artists representing the Mid-America Chorale. Mrs. Jimenez attended the Conservatorio International de Musica in Havana, Cuba. She has sung professionally with the Chicago Symphony orchestra chorus, the American Opera Company, and was featured artist in such famous restaurants as the Edgewater Beach Hotel and Sherman House in Chicago. Mrs. Jimenez will be appearing as a member and soloist with the Mid-America Chorale in their forthcoming tour across the state of Iowa. The Mid-America Chorale, a regional professional performing vocal group, is composed of 24 young professional singing artists chosen last summer by audition in major U.S. cities. Since early October, the chorale has been rehearsing a choral concert of music of the 1300*5 up to and including the new works of'1967. The first-of-its-kind $266,000 music project is funded by the Office of Education of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare under Title ni of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. Adult Driver Education Class Slated The adult driver education class being offered by the Algona Community School is scheduled to begin Monday evening, March 18, at 7:30 p. m. The class will meet in the high school building. Instruction will be by Fritz Nielsen, qualified driver education instructor. It has been reported that approximately 1,500 people have participated in adult driver education programs in Iowa during the past year. Twenty hours of classroom instruction and six hours behind the wheel for each student will be included in the program. Classroom instruction will be for two hours on 10 consecutive Monday evenings, unless arranged otherwise. _Behind-the- wheel will be held after 4 p. m. during school days or Saturdays. A car will be provided through the school for instruction. Tuition charge will be $30 per person for the instruction and materials. A driving instruction permit will be needed, also. It is desired to have registration made before March 18, but the tuition is to be paid at the first class meeting. Registrations or questions may be directed to Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie, Algona, ph. 295-3518, or by writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community School. It is desired to have 20 people express an interest in adult driver education in order to conduct the class. It is also necessary to have a maximum enrollment of 30. Anyone not currently attending a high school is eligible to participate. Some registrations have been received, but more are needed. Mayors, Peace Officials From Area Hear Gov. Five persons from this area, including Mayor Bill Finn and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst of Algona, Mayor Harold Gartner of Titonka, and Norbert Hilbert and Mr. Hansen of Wesley, attended a one-day conference, entitled "People vs. Crime" at Des Moines Thursday and heard Gov. Harold Hughes and well-known law enforcement officials tell of the appalling crime wave in Iowa. Gov. Hughes outlined a plan he calls "All Iowa Alert" aimed at doing something about crime in this state. The plan is quite extensive and if accepted by community leaders, phurch officials and law enforcement agencies, could possibly provide some of the answers to control of crime. Citizen support of law enforcement agencies, plus cooperation, are necessary, according to Gov. Hughes, if such an all-out plan is to work. He also pointed out that when poverty, discrimination and inequality are fought, crime is also fought. Ever Talk to Yourself like this? I have worked X years, earned $X, and have saved $X. Do the figures satisfy you? Life insurance can help. phone • •. write... visit LOUIS H, REIUY 115 W. Nebraska - Algona, la. 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(IN THE DAIRY CASE) PILLSBURY'S CINNAMON ROLLS 5 Ib. can WILSON'S ALL KINDS COLD CUTS 3 S 89 JESSE'S DRIED BEEF 49 GLASER'S COARSE RING BOLOGNA each 59 CALIFORNIA CARROTS VINE-RIPE TOMATOES Northern Menthol FACIAL TISSUE Modess SANITARY NAPKINS UP POP 48 cf. 6PAC PIUS DEPOSIT box POTATOES FANCY RED DELICIOUS CELERY APPLES CHEF BOY-AR-DEE PIZZA Thursday, March 14, 1968 Algeria (la.) Upper Oe$ M0!nei-5 WHEN IT COMES TO WARS, we women don't have much to say about them. We are expected to do a great deal in providing the manpower, supporting the efforts, and shedding the tears, but nothing in the decision-making that brings war about. That is all left up to the men, and the way things are going, it isn't so good. - o - A NUMBER OF YEARS BACK there was a woman from Montana, a Miss Rankin, who cast the only vote in Congress against our entrance into World War I and she lost her job in the next election. More recently we note that she is again in the news, and she hasn't changed her mind. She is still against war. So you see that while women are usually accused of having changeable minds, Miss Rankin is an exception. - o - IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES, raising the kids, planning the meals, sewing on the buttons, taking care of the tummyaches, humoring our husbands after a bad day in town, in the field, or at work, we usually don't have much time for getting involved in the processes of government which seem to lead to war about every 20 or 25 years. But maybe it's time we did I -G-- MEN HAVE MADE A mess of things. No matter how glib they can get on the TV or in their other speeches, they have made a mess, pure and simple, of the best form of government in the world. And in other nations where the government organization is a little different, they aren't doing any better. Their ideas always seem to center on a lust for power, or a place in history, or a Big Name for themselves, no matter what the cost to the rest of us, especially the women. We are supposed to sit around and give them the gaze of adoring wonderment, when actually we should probably be telling them the truth, which is that they aren't as blamed wonderful as they seem to think. - o - NOW MOST WOMEN DON'T have the time to get too active in things like the League of Women Voters — an organization which sometimes seems to have an honest interest in government at heart — and at other times seems to be a springboard for some political partisanship. But we do have a little more time than we did in the pre-electricity clays, and perhaps we should spend a little more time taking an interest in just what is going on, and if necessary tell our husbands a thing or two about some of the insensible things that their men in government are doing. - o - WE WOMEN MAY NOT BE the smartest ones who ever put on a girdle, but if we didn't have some common sense we'd sure hear about it from the lord and master of the household. One thing for sure, we learned long ago that when you try to solve a problem you don't always have to go to war over it. If we did, the divorce courts couldn't handle the rush 1 - o - MAYBE THE GOVERNMENTS of the world would be a lot better, off if each one of them had to have one or two women sitting in on all" of'those decision-making and policy-making meetings. Over half of the people in this country - and the world— are women. Yet you cannot name one woman today who really is sitting in on any of the major decisions that will effect their homes and the lives of their own families, not to mention themselves. - o - IT'S FINE TO TURN OVER the problems of beautifying the roadsides and wrapping packages for CARE and some of those other things to the women. But what we need is a little of woman's intuition in running this world. One thing for certain, we women couldn't guess wrong any worse than have the men, and it's just possible that we might guess better! Postmasters Hold District Meeting, Burt BURT - The North Central District, National Association of Postmasters of the United States held an all-day meeting the Burt American Legion hall Wednesday, March 13, with Wallace P. Hawcott, local postmaster, as officiating host. Registration was scheduled 9:30 a.m. George Hendricks, district chairman from Fort Dodge, presided during the day. Among those attending were Postal Inspector Bilsing, Sioux City; Buster Davenport, Association President, Anamosa; Stuart Schwab, Association Secretary, Guthrie Center; officials from St. Louis; regional officials, and all postmasters of the North Central District. To Build Addition A new addition to the Elbert Chevrolet garage at Whitternore is planned. It will provide a new office and parts room, plus space for a 50x60 service department addition. Construction will start this spring. 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