The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 17, 1965
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County A.S.C Vote Aug. 23 To Elect Five Commitfeemen Each Twp. The system of electing ASC Community and County Com- mltteemen has been changed this year. The last few years Committeemen were elected at meetings held at night. This year a polling place has been established in each township. The polls will be open at 10:00 a. m. until 8:00 p. m., Monday, August 23, 1965. Farmers may vote any time during these hours. The position of Community Commltteemen is very Important and carries large responsibilities. The Committeemen establish farm yields, feed grain and wheat bases and allotments, conservation acreage bases and they are employed by the County ASCS office as reporters and commodity inspectors. All three Community Committeemen are delegates to the county convention to elect the County Committee this year. The community committeemen therefore determine the success of farm programs in the county. Vote for the men of your choice in your township, August 23. The polling places and list of nominees follows. Write- ins are also eligible. Five from each township will be elected. BUFFALO TWP. - Legion hall in Titonka - William Amesbury, Edward Brandt, William Mayland, Henry Radmaker, John S. Rippentrop, Arthur Rode and Roy Walrod. BURT TWP. - Town Hall in Burt - Robert Angus, Dean Culbertson, Milo Johnson, Dennis Lynch, Merlin Madsen and Ervin Ulses. CRESCO TWP. - Cresco Community Hall in Cresco township Harold Bosworth, Robert Buscher, Dean Jergenson, Howard Long, Eugene Rochleau and George Wildin. EAGLE TWP. - Town Hall Arnold Duer, Walter Hans, James Koons, Arthur Larson, James Rock and Virgil Tokheim. FENTON TWP. - Community Hall in Fenton - Elmer Krause, Ed Meyer, John Munch, Robert Schmidt, Harold Wehrspan, Arthur Zumach. GARFIELD TWP. - Center School House in Garfleld Township - B. J. Anliker, Louis Balgeman, Ray Frieden, Carroll Olson, ClaJr Reding and Clinton Stetzel. GERMAN TWP. - Township Hall - Kenneth Brandt, Dick Harringa, Leroy Phelps, William Rode, Albert E. Sleper and Evert J. Sleper. GRANT TWP. - Grant Consolidated school -JamesHacker, James Johnson, Sidney Payne, Morris Quam, John Richardson and Warren Thompson, GREENWOOD TWP. - Fire Station in Bancroft - Alfred Bormann, Joseph F. Fangman, Ed Goche, Erwin Heldorfer, Phillip Inman, Walter Renger, Clarence Vaske and Marvin Vaske. HARRISON TWP. - Legion Hall in Swea City - Elmer Kollasch, Earl Kvamsdale, Marcus Langerman, Walter Peterson, Marvin Simonsmeier and Amos Uhr. HEBRON TWP, - Lutheran Church in basement in Stevens Buryl Berg, Harm Davids, David Halvorson, Swen Larson, Alfred Mayland and Edwin Naumann. IRVINGTON TWP, - ASCS Office in Algona - Ed Arend, Algeria (la.) Upper Det Moinet Tuesday, August 17, 1965 Joe Divis, F. H. Froehlich, Bob Mayer, Robert Skllling and Don Warmbier. LEDYARD TWP. - Town Hall in Ledyard - William Baumann, Joseph Berschman, Arlowe Blome, Ronald Heetland, Burdette Hoeppner, Albert Kahler and Ted Thilges. LINCOLN TWP. - City Hall in Lakota - Carl Boehm, Elmer Haas, Alfred Julius, Jr., Harold Kettwlck, Menno Limberg, Adolph Poppe, Jr., Luverne Risius, Daryl Sonnenberg and Louis Wingert. LOTTS CREEK TWP. -Center School - Duane Arend, William A. Hannover, Dick Kuecker, Orville Muller, Ervin Ruhnke, Wilmer Wichtendahl. LUVERNE TWP. - City Hall in LuVerne - Owe P. Curry, Donald Fett, Raymond Legler, Edwin Marty, Paul Northrop, John Voss, Jr., Frederick Will. PLUM CREEK TWP. - Center School - Harold Bode, Evert Broesder, Walter Campney, Ronald Gardner, Cecil Long and William Paetz. ' PORTLAND TWP. - Portland Hall - Arthur Bartlett, Ralph Carlson, William Christiansen, Harold Harms, Rollo E. Moore, M. J. Trunkhill and Earl Zwiefel. PRAIRIE TWP. - Prairie Twp. Hall (Lickteig School) - Dennis Cink, James Fett, Dan E. Froehlich, Vernon Plathe, James Rosenmeyer and Donovan Studer. RAMSEY TWP. - Fire Station in Bancroft - Vincent Becker, Gordon Bollig, James Johnson, Art Menke, Ed Vaske and Leander Vaske. RIVERDALE TWP. - Center School - John Capesius, Arthur J. Kohlhaas, William McGuire, Hubert O'Brien, Peter C. Reding, Bernard Thilges and Jerome Weydert. SENECA TWP. -GoodMorning Motel - Lyle England, Duwayne Germann, Paul Hassel, Herbert Krause, Victor Struecker and Ervin Votteler. SHERMAN TWP. - Center School - John Blumer, Robert Bormann, Tom Bormann, Clarence Casey, Ernest Gales, Joseph Kenne, Harry Naffziger, Marvin Reding, Carl Swanson and Wayne Warmbier. SPRINGFIELD" TWP. - Legion Hall in Ledyard - Elmer Anderson, Orville Brandt, Carlyle Engelby, Orville Runksmeier, Jeremiah Sullivan and Lowell Underbakke. SWEA TWP. - Community Hall in Swea City - Floyd Brekke, Lawrence Hanson, Marlin Hardt, Eugene Peterson, Wayne Thompson and Bernard Verbrugge. UNION TWP. - Union Civic Center - James Dodds, Joe King, James Lindhorst, Joe G. Miller, Donald F. Riebhoff and Donald Strayer. WESLEY TWP. - Legion Hall in Wesley - Sylvester Arndorfer, Robert Boleneus, Ray V. Cunningham, George Detmering, Vincent Eisenbacher, William Goetz, John M. Hildman, Luther Nygaard, Andrew Reising and Luke Youngwirth. WHTTTEMORE TWP.-Whittemore City Hall - Gerald Erpelding, L. G. Fuchsen, Ervin Gerber, Albert Kramer, Charles Origer and Dennis Weber. PURPLE HEART Marine Private First Class Ronald G. Harsh, son of Mr, and Mrs. Dick Harsh, Adel, was awarded the Purple Heart medal June 25 for wounds received during combat operations in the Da Nong sector of Viet Nam. He entered the service in 1963, Beck- Johnson Vows SWEA CITY - First Methodist Church here was the setting for the Aug. 1 wedding of Barbara Jo Beck and Gary William Johnson. The Rev. Edward Maus officiated for the 2:30 p.m. double ring ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Beck of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Gayl Johnson of Clear Lake are parents of the groom. Bridal attendants were Sandra Richardson, sister of the bride, Linda Patterson and Carol Franks. Attending the groom were Larry Franks, Larry Woods of Fairmont and Mike Christiansen of Rlngsted. Som e 250 guests attended the reception following the ceremony. The newlyweds are taking a one-week wedding trip to Colorado and they will be at home In Ledyard. The bride, a 1963 graduate of Swea City High School, attended the State College of Iowa the past two years. The groom, a 1959 graduate of Swea City High School, graduated from Mankato State College and now Is a teacher and coach at Ledyard. AFRICAN GUEST Mrs. Mary Bridget Foray of Sierra Leone, In central Africa, was a guest of Mrs, Jim Kane, Sumner, while on a two-week field trip in the United States. She was a teacher and has four sons. To qualify for this trip she had to be interviewed by the New York African Woman's Committee. Her itinerary In Iowa included Dubuque, Marshalltown, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo and Mason City regions. DAHLIAS Jack Bingham, Malvern, has many plate-size dahlias blooming for him in red, copper, lavendar, yellow and pink, Some measure a full 10 inches across. AS LOW AS $ 3.50 PER MONTH RENTS A LINDSAY WATER SOFTENER * Fiberglass tanks cannot rust or leak ever. * Compact-can be Installed anywhere * Semi or automatic for eose of operation * One flat monthly rental fee-use as after , as you like. * No fuss-No muss No need to wait for a fresh supply of soft water—with a Lindsay you have an abundance of softened water. FOR INFORMATION - CALT, 89.3799 HOWARD MUM «ml DON DIAL AUTHOtlZIO LINDSAY DIAIMS Undsay Soft Water Co. 520 S«w* PtOMpt LINDSAY m tumwrn I-H . . . The Two Biggest Letters at the Kossuth County Fair AUGUST 17-20 We'll have a big International Harvester Display - STOP BY and SEE US- ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO 1417 Commercial St, Phone 295-3501 ALGONA, IOWA

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