The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1967 · Page 5
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Lakotan Will Teach Several Weeks, Mexico A Lakota college student is leaving today for Monterrey, Mexico, where he will do his student teaching. He is Paul Geilenfeldt, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul C. Geilenfeldt, and is one of six students from Mankato State College selected for teaching assignments at the American School at Monterrey. College officials say this is the first time any Minnesota undergraduate students teachers have been assigned to a school outside the country. The group will teach for eight weeks at Monterrey, which is in north-central Mexico, about 145 miles south of Laredo, Texas. Geilenfeldt, who has been student teaching with a 6th grade class at Fairmont, has worked out a plan to send information back to the class, which will be working on a study unit about Mexico. He also plans to start a pen- pal club by having his Monterrey 6th grade students write to Fairmont students. Geilenfeldt was one of six selected from 30 volunteers out of 185 student teachers. The six had less than two weeks to prepare to go, including having inoculations, obtaining birth certificates and preparing warm weather clothing. The students will return to the Mankato campus Dec. 8. Time To Apply, A-F Academy Appointments High school seniors who are interested in entering the Air Force Academy after graduation should take steps immediately to apply for a nomination. Lt, Col. Donald T. Hemmingsen, Academy liaison officer in the north central Iowa area, advises seniors to contact him for information at 207 North Moore St. in Algona. His Air Force Reserve assignment is to counsel young men concerning the Academy admission requirements and entrance examinations. Members of Congress, who nominate a majority of the applicants for each Academy class, have already begun to screen and select their nominees for the class entering in June, 1968. Senators and Representatives are interested in nominating successful high school students to be considered for Academy appointments, A good scholastic standing, a record of participation in extra-curricular activities and physical fitness are the most important factors. MEMOS FROM MARGARET MARGARET PRATT, Extension Home Economist More about the Kossuth County Laundry Clinic on Monday, October 23. This is to introduce Wanda Triplett, staff Home Economist from the Maytag Company who will be the Master of Ceremonies for the Style Show at the clinic. Her presentation of "Launder- able Clothes" will bring you up to date on laundry methods. Speaking of laundry, now is the time to lay the summer clothes "by" with an eye to extending their wear life for spring and summer 1968. This takes more than the usual weekly washing and drying. It means treatment of oily soil lines along the edges of hems, cuffs, collars and pockets. Some garments may have a carry over of starch which should all be washed out because it attracts silver fish. Come and find out more about laundry methods at the Kossuth County Laundry Clinic on October 23. Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Maine*—5 DEVELOPMENTS FROMDEVALOIS • ••••< GALEN DeVALOIS, County Extension Director The latest development is that Wednesday night the Kossuth County Extension Council in cooperation with Iowa State University hired Mrs. Russell Patterson, Burt, to fill the youth position (Extension Assistant) in Kossuth. Mrs. Patterson fills the vacancy created when Dennis Cumberland resigned Sept. 1 to enter private business. Ruth Patterson's primary duty will be organization of girls' and boys' 4-H in Kossuth. This includes well over 800 members and 100 leaders in 40 4-H clubs in the county. Mrs. Patterson is the wife of Russell Patterson, farmer in the Burt area. They have four children ranging from ages 12 to 18. The oldest is now attending Iowa State University. Mrs. Patterson is a graduate of Iowa State University in the field of sociology. She is a 4-H parent and had 16 years of experience as an adult leader in various youth organizations. She has been very active in community affairs, including past or present leadership as chairman of the Kossuth County Extension Home Economics Committee, vice- chairman of the County Federated Women and county chairman of the Easter Seal Society. Mrs. Patterson will begin training for this position Nov. 1 and begin her duties in Kossuth county Dec. 1. We certainly wish Mrs. Patterson the best of success and know that she is looking forward to meeting and working with the many involved in the 4-H program. Other county staff serving Kossuth are Margaret Pratt, Extension Home Economist for Kossuth-Palo Alto county, and myself, county extension director. Under the new area approach, also serving Kossuth are Dean Barnes, Extension Leader, Crop Production; Wm. Turner, Extension Leader, Farm Management and Carol Stine, Extension Leader, Consumer and Management. These three people serve ten counties in northwest Iowa and are officed in Spencer. COLORADO John A. Low IOWA Harold LHughet KANSAS Robert Docking MICHIGAN Giorft Romntf MINNESOTA Harold LeVandtr NEBRASKA Herbert T.Tiemann NORTH DAKOTA William Guy SOUTH DAKOTA Nils/IBM WISCONSIN Warren P. Knowlei Millions of Americans celebrate "Cooperative Month" 12 times a year. . . ... 9 Midwest governors make Cooperative Month official during October! For the millions of Americans who are member-patrons of cooperatives, every month proves again that it pays to do business the cooperative way. They learn that cooperatives are a national asset, constantly building the economic strength of our state and community. They learn that cooperatives are owned and controlled by hometown people. They learn that cooperative savings and earnings are returned to hometown people ... to the very people who do business the cooperative way. • Cooperatives are so important to so many people and so many communities — month after month — that our Governor and eight others in the Midwest have officially proclaimed October as Cooperative Month. It's your invitation to learn more about cooperatives and how they can work for you. • Let's get together on the details soon! TO REMIND YOU THAT OCTOBER IS COOPERATIVE MONTH Whittemore Co-op Elevator •w • • • For - HOBARTON BRANCH Top Performance CO-OP Gasoline Fuel Oils Oils and Lubricants Phone 295-5614 CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds • + •

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