The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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6-A'gona da-) Upper De» Molnej Thursday, May 25, 1961 •..-MifiMr^t-y-r-rr-n - J " - •'-- ' ' -' " "' "- ^ —* ' ""--Three Teachers Fill Vacancies AtSentral Lone Rock — Three new faculty members have recently been hired to fill vacancies of the Sentral Community School faculty for tho 1961-'62 school yenr. Jean Garrison, Eslherville, presently leaching the sixth grade in the Albert City—Truesdale school, will teach sixth grade in the Lone Rock school. Gary Wei bye, Cherokee, has been hired to teach 10, 11 and 12th grade English, direct class plays and speech work. Mr. Wei- bye will graduate from Wayne State Teachers College, Wayne Nebraska, this spring. Mrs. W. J. 'Nugent, Algona, will teach hoinernaking and 9th English or 'Spanish. She is a graduate of Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. Summer Playground The summer recreational program will be held this summer and will be for students in the Sentral Community Schools. James Woltz, jr. high school coach, will direct the program. Students from the Fenton area will continue going to Armstrong for swimming Monday and Thursday. The Seneca and Lone Rock students will go to Swea City Tuesday and Friday.' Monday, June 12, will be the starting date for swimming. A child must be at least 6 years of age to be eligible to participate in the program. .All Pee Wee and Midget games and practices will begin promptly at 2 p.m. Practices and games Will alternate between Lone Rock and Fenton. A player must be supplied with his own personal equipment (glove, shoes, an cap). Award Night The annual Award Night wa held at the high school auditor ium May 23 at 8 p.m. The pro gram included a short band con cert by the grade and junior hig school bands under the directio of Leroy Bras and Warren Jones The athletic, music, commercia and hornemaking awards wer presented by the coaches, musi instructors, and faculty members Certificates of promotion wer given to members of the eight! grade who have completed thei work. Library Aides Wind Up Year IT'S THE NEXT BEST THING TO BEING THERE! Wish her the best by long distance-you'll both enjoy tha call! Rates are very low-especially after 6 p.m. and all day Sunday. Call by's twice as fast NORTHWESTERN BELL. Tw&nly-four -library aides at Lucia Wallace school here were honored this week' by their instructor, Mrs Kay Misbach, for duties performed during the 1960-61''school year. Shown in 'the above photo are Rosemary Bullock, Darla Carr, Sue Kent,.Linda Lovstad, Rose Mary Mino, Elaine Pooch, Sandra Harmes, 1 Jim Schutter, Barbara Dewel, Jane Fraser, Jean Brandow, Jerel Becky Hemmingsen, Carol Sloniker, Donna Kenyon, Kathleen Joseph, Linda -Frederick, Lark WhrUemore Cynthia Schumacher, Tom Gatton, Susan Vipond, Barbara Knudsen, David Gerber and Daryl Johnson. .UDM Newsfoto — Engraving) _^^ Music Lessons Instrumental music lessons will be available again this summer or students attending Sentral PHOTOFACT'EQUIPPED ELECTRONIC JECHWCIAH We understand your set test because we're fully equipped with a SAMS PHOTOFACT Service Data Library—the world's finest We have the complete manual with-full information on the circuitry, adjustments, and proper replacement parts covering the very set you owiU -* • Quick, Expert Repair • Guaranteed Replacement Parts '' • Honest Workmanship • Reasonable Cost _ Ask to see the PHOTOFACT 1 Folder covering your very ) own set. ; BEECHER LANE ; APPLIANCE t CY 4-3613 Community Schools. This program is sponsored by the school district so there is no charge made for lessons. If possible, lessons will begin June 5 and will be arranged so that there will be no conflict with the summer recreation program. Lessons will again be given at the Sentral High School building. The instrumental lessons will be given by Warren Jones. Mrs. Darryl Householder, Mrs. Arnold L'aabs and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford, Haase and Karen of Algona, Mrs. Clara Lloyd and Bernard Haase and Karen Cornelius of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern were guests in the Fred Morten.-.., sen home Wednesday evening following commencement exercises, honoring the graduation of their son, Bryan. ~Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nordine and family of Albert City, Marie Nordine, 'and Mamie Nordine of Albert City, Marilyn Bollinger, Mr. and Mrs. William Clark and family of Clarion and Mr. ana Mrs. A. D. Kurtz of Polk City were guests following baccalaureate Sunday evening in the Rev. and;;-Mrs. C. E. Nordine home honoring the graduation of their daughter, Muriel. Mrs. Milton Madison and children were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Madison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hosteller of Moorland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, Mr. Sam McCleish' and Mrs. Wilfred Radig visiled Mr. Radig in the hospital at Iowa City Wednesday. Mrs. Wilfred Radig and children, and Mrs. Radig's mother, Mrs. Rose Ramstock were Sun" day visitors in the home of Mrs. Emma Radig in Fenton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person and John were Sunday dinner guests in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Krause of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Edwards of Sandstone, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorff and family of Yale attended the graduation ol James Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and family and Judy Juhl were guests in the Herbert Krause home following commencement Wednesday.' Kr, and Mrs. Garryl Housholder and Vicki Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel and Curt, Terry Juhl and Beverly Wchrspan were guests in the Woodrow Pettit home Wednesday evening following commencement exercises honoring the Pettit's daughter, Gail. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Blanchard horrie. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson ana Janet of Gowrie visited last Sunday in the Charles Morris home. James Vehling, son of the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Vehling, Lone Rock, has been named controller of the student body of Concordia Senior College, Fort Wayne, Indiana, for the 1961-'G2 school year. Lot us help put your family ,in a home of their own! 'Picturing your family in a house is fun .. .but the real pleasure is having a home of your own. We can hejp you achieve this goal. If buying or building a home is close to your heart, why not act now? HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY Fractured Arm, Ribs For Pair At Bancroft Bancroft — Dennis Nurre, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nurre, fell while playing baseball, fracturing his left arm. . John Schiltz, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Walter Schiltz, employed at the packing plant at Albert Lea, suffered several fractured ribs when kicked by a horse at his home recently and has been unable to work. New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Don Schiltz are parents of a daughter, born May 1G at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McGuire ana Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz are the grandparents. Great grandmother is Mrs. Kiithryn Vaske. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schneider are parents of a son born May 18 at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Eula Saunders and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Schneider are grandparents. Mr and Mrs. James Got 1 he are parents of a daughter born May 16 at Holy Family hospital, Es- thervillc. Mr. and Mrs. William Rustf mier and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goche are the grandparents. Mrs. William Gochc is the grcat- fj'ranclmother. Gretchen Delrn 4-H Hostess Gretchen Deim was hostess to a meeting of the U-Go-I-Go 4-H club on May 17. Cindy Bradley was elected new secretary. Virginia Sitert will represent the club in the County Girls Creed contest; Gretchen Deim and Maureen O'Brien will go to 4-H Camp in June. Plans were made for Rally Day and picnic May 27 at Swe-a City. Talks were given by Jean Abbot, Jackie Erickson and Virginia Sifert pertaining to the les- s'on on meats. Mrs. Loyola O'Brien and Mrs Kindren were guest mothers. PICKUP A run-away pickup rammed into the side of the Kozy Korner Motel at Humboldt recently. The mishap occurred when a utilities company meter reader'stopped at the home on the hill above the motel and left the vehicle as he made u meter check. The pickup rolled down the hill, clipped off a television antenna tower and smashed into the motel. 59 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sickels of Kellerton recently celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary. Ten of their eleven children were present. THIS RESEARCH LABORATORY HELPS SOLVE YOUR FEEDING PROBLEMS In recent years, the scientist in his laboratory has become nearly indispensable in the building of modern rations. - • • There are many present-day feeding problems which only a trained specialist, surrounded by the latest equipment, can solv( That's why we're so glad the Purina Chows we have for you are research- backed, designed and tested in Purina's up-to-the-minute laboratories by Purina scientists who take no short cuts. ' . Within the "world of tomorrow" maze of microscopes, centrifuges, test tubes, X-ray machines, titrationers, record* ing spectrophotometers, beakers, burners and.balances, Purina researchers Come in and let your feeding probl check quality samples of ingredient*, and finished Chows, analyze .and test new ingredients, design and build experimental rations which eventually find .their way to Purina's research farm and... if they work... 6n to you through us. Our purpose is to help you make more profit. With Purina Research behind . us we can keep up with the latest..» and the best. Whatever your feeding need.. r WE HAVE A PURINA CHOW FOR YOU I Poultry and livestock feeding today is a specialized business... Purina's business. Our complete Purina line means we can provide rations designed for YOUR specific needs! ; us help you solve ems fhe Purina way FARMER'S SERVICE CENTER INCORPORATED South Phillips St., Algona - Sam Davis, Mgr. (Formerly Rising Elevator) tow PRICE IS HALF THE STORY (The otker~and even more satisfying-half you'll discover the first time you drive a Corvair I) And when we toy "low price," we mean more than merely the pint-sized figure on the window sticker of a new Corvair. You're going to be saving like sixty on gas. And on the antifreeze you won't buy next winter, and the radiator repairs youTI never have to pay for, About the only things Corvair doesn't skimp on are room, smooth* ness, style and pure driving joy. But that's the other half of the story, Talk to your Chevrolet dealer about it soon I CORVAIR BY CHEVROLET See the new Corvair cu your local authorized Chevrolet dealer 1 '» KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 108 S. HALL ALQONA, IOWA SY 4.9914

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