The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1965 · Page 3
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Doan Church Has Golden Anniversary TITONKA - Doan Methodist church observed its 50th anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 12. Supt. of the Spencer district, Dr. Ralph Kitterman, spoke at the morning worship. A noon meal was served to members and visitors. In the afternoon, a service of Remembrance and Rededication was observed. Returning pastors spoke. Dr.W. M. Keldal was the main speaker. * * * Kossuth County Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher on Tuesday afternoon for the annual council meeting. Titonka Woman's Club was assistant hostess for the tea. It was decided to have a party and refreshments at the county home once a month throughout the coming club year. Also to take charge of the Kossuth County Historical room once a month. 'Officers are: president, Mary Oesterreicher, vice president, Karen Boyken, secretary, Joanne Hoover and treasurer, Elsa Cunningham. Mr. and Mts. Carl F. Callies plan to arrive home Thursday after spending a month visiting their daughter in Anchorage, Alaska. > Mrs. Doris Sathoff has moved to the G. Bruns house. Her son Craig and family of Iowa Falls spent the weekend with her. Gregory Miller has left for Simpson College, Indianola. Janice Larsen is attending Iowa State College, Ames, and Richard Thomas is attending Baptist Bible Seminary, Johnson City, N. Y. Mrs. L. Heifner had the misfortune to fall and break the ball and socket joint in her shoulder. GUESTS AT the R. G. Waldera home from Sat. to Tues. were Mrs. Sophie Waldera and Mrs. Arthur Nelson, St. Paul, mother arid' sister; of Mr. Waldera. •** ' jp. f» ft taj ~ «» n- T *n -•• -" • •• • fj! MR? AND MRS. Jim Ireland @ and six children, Monee, 111, ;. were Labor Day weekend • guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo ' Rentz. The Irelands had spent : the previous week with the Norman Henevicks, St. Paul. JANICE ROBINSON was honored at a miscellaneous shower Aug 31. at the Legion hall. Hostesses were Mesdames Wendell Jergenson, Harold Sabin, Melvin Alt, Lloyd Gerber, Joe^ Simon, and Jack Henry. Claude Ruark, Verne and Clifford Teeter. •' Approximately 75 guests were present. Barbara Jergenson and Sharon Bristow assisted with the gifts. Janice was married Sept. 11 to Douglas Jergenson. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR BORROWED FROM TOWNSEND Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa Dear Sirs: The 1965 Social Security Amendments borrowed from the Townsend Plan are the following: It adopted the Townsend principle. of pay-as-you-go financing in the Medicair features ' of the 1965 amendments. It adopted the Townsend principle of periodic reporting to determine tax schedules for future needs. It adopted the Townsend principle of benefits as a matter of right in that benefits should ' be paid as a matter of right and without regard to previous earnings. ; It honored the Townsend prin- jciple that the retirement age .: should be 60 - not 62 or 65. It took the formula for the earnings test straight out of Townsend legislation. We are very close. • Two major issues remain. One is benefits - you can't have real Social Security with an average monthly benefit of only $80 : a month. That's present Social Security. You can have it with the $225 or more provided by the Townsend plan. That is real Soeial Security. ••• The other is financing. You just can't raise enough money with a tax on payrolls. You can with . a gross tax on income. Thank you, Mrs. 4 _M. Anderson 301 W. State St., Algona fBB^^^^^HB^^H^^^^H^HBOHl ""(^^•••vMHHBOTfifll HOOD' IN AL60NA [Thursday, Sept. 16, 1965 Algona (la.) 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