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4-AlBona, (la.) Upper DM Moin« tuttdoy, Moreh 2, 1965 Many Awards To Cub Scouts, Feb. 16 Event Cub Scout Pack 70 held Its Blue and Gold banquet Feb. 16 at the high school annex. All the Dens were represented with almost perfect attendance. After the banquet a regular pack meeting was held. Awards were piven as follows: Den 2 - Mrs. Paul E. Owens (Den Mother). Randy Buscher Gold Arrow activity patch; Terry Buscher - Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow, activity patch; Kevin Owens - Gold Arrow, activity patch; Billy Winters - assistant Denner stripe; Jim Welp Denner stripe; Allen infers activity patch; Dean Kern, activity patch; John Robinson activity patch. Den 3 - Mrs. Herb Hensley, (Den Mother). Tom Klnseth Wolf Badge, assistant Denner stripe, activity patch; Mark Montag - Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow, Denner stripe, activity patch; Timmy Zittritsch - Wolf Badge, activity patch; Jim Cassel - Gold Arrow, 2 silver arrows, activity patch; Joe Bernardo - Gold Arrow, activity patch; Jeff Rich - activity patch; Darrell Steven - activity patch; Steven Schneider -activitypatch. Den 1 - Mrs. Larson (Den Mother). Gary Helmers - Council patch, Denner stripe, assistant Denner stripe; Ron Nichols Bear Badge; Mark McGuire Council patch, Denner stripe; David Keigen - Council patch, assistant Denner stripe; Rick Stelnman - Silver arrow. Den 5 - Mrs. Hauser (Den Mother). Scott Dodds - Bobcat pin; Erman Hansen - Silver arrow; J. C. Kaln - Lion Badge, Gold arrow; Dennis Payne - Denner stripe and service star. Rev. Davies showed pictures of historical Interest In the United States and Canada. St. Joe Couple Returns From Western Trip ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. John Thul returned home Tuesday ever ning from a 2-month visit with relatives "and"friends in California, Oregon and Washington. Leaving Dec. 16, via plane they visited a grandson, Mr. and Mrs. David Thul at Melpitas, Calif., a granddaughter, Jean Marie Thul, Palo Alto, Calif., a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thul, and family, Petaluma, Cal. At Long Beach, they visited a nephew, John Bornong, and at Santa Clara with Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll and family. At Portland, Oregon they visited Sister M. Albertilla, and at Yamhill., Ore. with Mrs. Thul's brother, John Kayser, Feb. 2, they helped Mr. Kayser observe his 90th birthday with a trip to the state capitol at Salem. At Renton, Wash, they visited a neice, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mc- Knlght and nephews, Clarence, Julius and Bill Bogh and families. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte returned home Wednesday from a 6-week trip through the southern states. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell entertained her 500 club Wed. with Mrs. Francis Erpeldlng and Mary Jane Origer as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Wm. B. Devlne, Mrs. Francis ErpeldingandMrs. Peter Bormann, Margaret Reidmiller entertains the club Mar. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrissey, Des Moines, spent the weekend here in the home of Mrs. Morrissey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berte and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thilges are parents of a daughter born Feb. 19th in St. Ann Hospital, Algona. West Bend Unit Extolls Grotto, Chicago Show Several West Bend Residents went to Chicago to publicize the Grotto of the Redemption at the Sportsmen's Show in the International Amphitheater. The Rev. Louis H. Greving, pastor of St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Parish, and Levi Frieden left in the former's converted school bus, loaded with advertising materials, a screen and slides of the Grotto. Also assisting the presentation were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dorweiler and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Cade. After the show, the two couples planned to go on to Mexico for several weeks' vacation. Reader Comment A "THANK YOU" A special "Thank Yon" from the Officers anil Enlisted-men of Battery B 1st How Bn 194th Arty, la ARNG, Alpona, la. for helping to make our "Muster Day" a complete success. Capt. Howard W. Stephensnn To the Editor: Schools - How Big? Do you believe in bigger and bigger schools, getting farther and farther apart, controlled by the Iowa State Supt. of Public Instruction, who is appointed Instead of elected, and who seems to care not how far our children must travel to school. He also seems to believe big schools are better schools simply lie- cause they are big, and who has been operating under a state law that has been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of Iowa. The court said this law gave arbitrary and discriminatory power to the state superintendent in state aid payments. We sincerely hope you don't believe in a continuation of this type of school administration. However, if you believe smaller schools can also be good schools, if you want your children to be individuals and not just cogs in a big wheel, if you are interested in what size high schools have the most dropouts and the most Juvenile delinquency, if you want to preserve your school and community, if you are interested in knowing tinore about some of the things the State Supt. of Public Instruction has already done under a law declared unconstitutional, then you should, right now, write to Nor ris G. Only Jr. President of Iowa School Organization, Inc., Marathon, Iowa and enclose $2.00 for membership. This organization is working to keep schools a sensible size and locally controlled. They are going to fight proposed legislation which Is trying to restore the power of the Supt. of Public Instruction, which the Supreme Court of Iowa held unconstitutional. This new legislation would likely also be unconstitutional, however, by the time the court could act upon it we will be that much farther down the road to the master plan which staggers the Imagination. I can't find words to express the urgency and Importance of everyone contacting your senator and representative Immediately to let your view be known. Also ask them to support this investigation of the State Dept. of Public Instruction which has been advocated by some of the legislatures. Eugene Horswell, Thompson, la., Director of Iowa School Organization, Inc. 12 At Irvington 4-H Meeting The regular meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-11 club was held at the St. Benedict hall on Feb. 20. The meeting was called to order by president Sharon Hix. Four mothers, Mrs. Leo Neppl, Mrs. Frank Jenkinson, Mrs. Art Hlx and Mrs. Don Pecoy were present. Old business was distribution of pictures by photographer Sharon Hix. Group activity was picture study. Talks were given by Jenci Rock on "Making a Bulletin Board", and Frances Jenkinson on "Form". A demonstration was given by Jan Schulz on "How to Make a Desk Set". Recreation with Mary Harig, chairman, was singing and playing a game. Lunch was served by Mrs. Hix and Mrs. Pecoy. Project Session, Riverdale 4-H Riverdale Rustlers Unit I met Saturday. Darlene Plathe was chosen Fun Night Queen candidate. Demonstrations were given by Kathy Plathe, Mary Reding, Kathy Reding, Judy Kollasch and Paula Thilges, Sandy Wagner, Jean and Joan Reding, Mary Berte, Colleen Reding, Kathy, Mary, Jean, Joan and Jane Reding. For special activity the girls painted towels. A sewing project was conducted by Ruth Ann Loebach. A cooking session was conducted by Eleanor Thilges and Mrs. Edwin Thilges. Recreation was led by Paula Thilges and Kathy Plathe. Lunch was served by hostess Rosali Illg and her mother Mrs. Art Illg. New Business BURT - Red's Motor Shop, a new business establishment, opened for business in the Mitchell-building ;ihls week. Owner and operator is E. E. :,(Red) Pettis, well-known Burt resident. Red will specialize in the repair and rewinding of electric motors. He was formerly employed at Engstrom Electric. Dairy Herd At Whittemore Is Tops, D.H.I,A. Mrs. Haul Hum, supervisor for south Kossuth for the Dairy Herd Improvement Association, reports she tested 14 herds with 349 cows on D. H. I. A. last month and 9 herds with 172 cows on owner-sample. Herds testing the highest in number of pounds of butterfat per cow per day were those of Alfred Meyer, Whittemore, 1.8; Ronald Meyer, Rodman, and James Schmidt, West Bend, both 1.6; Louis Greinert, Whittemore, 1.5; James Dodds, Lone Rock, and W. H. Bosworth, Algona, both 1.4; and Gary Banwart, West Bend, 1.3. 4-H Meeting The Algona Dairy 4-H Club was called to order by President Phil Bode. State conference and camps were discussed; Russ Bode planned to attend. It was held at Madrid. Discussion was also held on the 4-H basketball teams. 4-H programs were passed out along with physical fitness sheets. These are to be filled out and put in record books. Feb. 27, Fun Night, will be held starting at 7:30 p.m. Nominations were open for King candidates. They were: Bill Carlson, Don Canaday and Wayne Patterson. Council Minutes COUNCIL MEETING OF FEB. 10 Minutes of the previous meet- Ing were approved. Mr. Jenison, heating engineer was present to discuss cost of alterations made In the heating system at the Street Department Garage. No action was taken at this time. A Cigarette Permit was approved for Cecilia Dahlhauser d/b/a The Doll House. A Beer Permit was approved for Larry Knoll d/b/a Larry's Recreation. The Fire Department annual report was read. Quotations were received for a Radio for the Police Car. General Electric quoted $679.50, Motorola $825.00. Moved and seconded that the Motorola Radio be purchased. Motion carried. The Chief of Police was authorized to advertise for bids for a second Police Car. , Specifications for new Pump, Body and Equipment for new Fire Truck were approved, advertising for Bids was authorized and date of Letting on same was set for March 10th, 1965. The following Claims were allowed: (Appropriating Resolu- tion No. 1119) On motion duly made and seconded, the meeting was adjourned. /s/ K. T. Pelrce Acting Sec'y. GENERAL Finn, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 221.63 Sands, Salary 118.78 la. State Bank Whold 45.30 Ricklefs-Geelan Insurance 14.12 Advance Pub. Publishing 38.25 Arwell, Inc. Rat Control 23.00 W. Finn, Court Costs . 64.00 Hutzell's, Rental . . . 4.50 Kllpto Office Supplies .... 8.85 Koch Bros. Office Supplies .... 50.02 Upper Des Moines Publishing 120.11 STREET Burtls, Salary 175.18 Frambach, Salary . . . 168.49 Helmers, Salary .... 170.11 Lashbrook, Salary . . . 202.92 Pergande, Salary . . . 214.24 Prew, Salary 191.29 Wlbben, Salary 161.71 E. Skllling, Labor . . . 45.12 la. State Bank Whold 145.05 Ricklefs-Geelan Insurance 39.80 Barclay Co. Supplies 8.48 Cook's Welders Chloride 71.00 Cowan's, Mdse 6.80 Frederick Hwde. Supplies 2.41 Greenberg's Filters 9.17 Ind. Towel Service Towels 2.50 N. Central Nat. Gas 189.87 Sieg Co., Supplies . . . 3.81 ROAD USE TAX Arnold Motors Repairs 10.79 Hilton's, Service .... 43.91 K & W Farm Service Gasoline 188.16 Perclval Motors Repairs 39.65 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary . . . 285.41 Bulten, Salary 175.39 Gerdes, Salary 162.42 Hutchison, Salary .... 191.18 Jorgenson, Salary . . . 206.64 Rasmussen, Salary . . . 168.03 Voigt, Salary 172.35 la. state Bank Whold 147.10 Trust it Agency Pension 16.74 Ricklefs-Geelan Insurance 89.22 A. Boekelman Expenses 9.10 J. Bradley Eoulp. Service 2.00 Greenberg's Supplies 39.11 Percival's, Repairs . 1.70 NOTIC Home Delivery Service , - : - I k. ». > V AVI? \xm T KI/VP Til? TTXTntvaorvT r» WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD PRICE SCHEDULE (Prices subject to change without notice) Milk Bulk, gait. 3-gal. 80 Half Gait. gla«s .43 Half gal. paper __ .45 Quart, paper .24 V!ta-Pak (2%) half gal. .41 Chocolate Milk Heat and serve for delicious hot chocolate Quart paper .28 Skim milk, qt. _.. 18 Half and Half, pint 34 Whipping Cream Beit buy in town, Half pint ... .34 Fruit drink. REAL good, Half gal 32 Cheese Cottage cheese, 10 Ibs. 2.55 Cottage cheese, 2 Ibs. .55 Cottage cheese, 12 ox. .. .__ .26 American and process cheese spread, 2 Ibs. 1.00 Ice Cream (on order) Half gal. -..88 5 qt. plastic 1.99 2Va gal - 4.40 Dixie cups, 3 01. .07 Dixie cups, 5 ox. .11 Decorated slices .11 Butter Current Market Price Sour cream pkg. .30 The Consolidated Cooperative Creamery is offering home delivery service to all the housewives of Alqona. W« load our product* twice daily which are produced and processed by local area people. Sam Haag is proud to be the man on the delivery services and WELCOMES ALL NEW BUSINESS from new and old friends. We have ALL dairy product* available including ice cream. For large user* we have a n«w dispenser can service at bulk prices. FOR EMERGENCY SERVICE AT ANY TIME AT HOME CALL SAM HAAG, 295.2102 ICE CREAM AVAILABLE AT THE HOME AT ANY TIME For FREE SAMPLE of Products and Services CALL 295-2102 ALGONA or 8-3361 WHITTEMORE Consolidated Cooperative Creamery SAM HAAG, HOME DELIVERY SERVICE Mondays, Wednesday and Friday! now — Every Day Soon Electronic Spec. Service 11.70 Hilton's, Service . . . 3.00 Ed M. Feld Fire Coats 615,00 Harris Fire Control Boots 96.00 Fire Dept. Services 414.00 SANITATION Algona Mun. Utilities Blocks 7.28 Laing's Plbg. Service 8.50 N. Central, Nat. Gas . 20.07 Utt Electric, Service . 5.10 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary .... 159.57 Lemkee, Salary 195.09 la. State Bank Whold 25.10 .Ricklefs-Geelan Insurance 14.12 Funk Plbg., Mdse. . . . 5.18 Dr. Kenefick Services 6.00 Standard Oil, Diesel . 127.47 TRUST & AGENCY B. Egli, Pension .... 75.00 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary . . . 97.02 la. State Bank Whold 3.60 Frederick Hdwe. Mdse 4.49 Hilton's, Service .... 15.33 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 230.51 Nauholz, Salary 76.24 la. State Bank Whold 41.80 Trust & Agency Pension 2.86 Ricklefs-Geelan Insurance 14.12 Kenne Signs, Signs . . . 32.65 Newcomers Met Newcomers Cl"b met Feb. 16 at the Algona Hotel, with Maxine Rooney and Jeanne Opseth as hostesses. One new member, Marian Gerdis, was among those in attendance. Barbara Everist was high score winner in bridge and Mae Long was high in 500. The club is planning a Guest Night which will be held later. Members also decided to continue programs as usual in the future. DON'T'DELAYJ ... GET LIABILITY INSURANCE TODAY! "I'll sue you I" Those are frightening words, especially if you lack liability insurance. Without this vital protection, a lawsuit could wipe out your savings and even part of your income. See us for coverage now. BLOSSOM INSURANCE Phone 295-2735 FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE . COVERAGE Algona, Iowa KNOW WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU •w. MEDICARE Three-fourths of the people — a recent Gallup Poll discovered — DO NOT know the facts about "MEDICARE." It is important for you to know what's in this government package. "MEDICARE" is the popular name for the KING-ANDERSON Bill, now before Congress. This bill would INCREASE payroll taxes on all wage-earners and their employers. It would hit hardest those least able to pay. The $5,600-a-year worker would pay as much tax as the $75,000 executive. "MEDICARE" would offer LIMITED hospitalization and nursing home care 'and SOME diagnostic and home nursing services to everyone over 65 - the wealthy, as well as those in need. "MEDICARE" would not cover physicians' services or surgical charges. It would not cover drugs outside the hospital or nursing home. It would not jover x-ray or other laboratory services not connected with hospitalization. DOES 'MEfilCARE' COVER COST: Of All Drugi? Of Phyikiani? Of Surgtoni? Of Hoipilalt Btyond 60 Doyi? Of Nurting Hom«i Beyond 60 Doyi? ELDERCARE Before Congress RIGHT NOW is the HERLONG-CURTIS ELDERCARE BILL the best answer to the health care needs of the elderly. ELDERCARE would cover hospital and nursing home charges AND physicians' services surgical costs, drugs in and out of hospitals - MEDICARE would not. ELDERCARE would cost taxpayers far less than compulsory MEDICARE. It would not spend your tax dollars to provide benefits for the wealthy. ELDERCARE would be financed by federal and state funds through the KERR-MILLS MAA Program, which is functioning effectively in Iowa. Each person 65 or more would obtain an insurance policy for medical and hospital care. Some would pay nothing. Others would pay part of the cost of their policies, dependinq on their incomes. To apply, an elderly person would merely submit a simple income statement. ELDERCARE matches dollars with need. It DOES NOT spend millions of tax dollars to provide for those who are able 'and who prefer to take care of themselves ••••••••••_ DOES ELDERCARE COVER COST: Of Dru B «? Of Phyiicigni? Of Surgton.? Of HoipilgU (All N»»d«d)7 Of Nurting Homtt (All Ntidtd)? -•••••••.•..•.•^^^^^^^^^H IF YOU AGREE ELDERCARE IS THE SENSIBL^PPROACH TO PROVIDING HEALTH CARE shown, or, better yet, send a personal note. Either way, do it today. Dear Please support the Herlong-Curtis ELDERCARE Bill (H.R 3727) After cnmnarmo Sincerely yours, (Name) U. S. REPRESENTATIVES FROM IOWA District I. John R. Schmidhauser District 2. John C. Culver District 3. H. R. Gross District 4. Bert Bandstra District 5- Neat Smith District 6. Stanley I. Greigg District 7. John R. Hansen (Address) Address: Honorable (full name) House <5f Representatives, Washington 25, D-C. KOSSUTH COUNTY MIBI6AI SOCIETY

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