The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1962 · Page 6
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March 13, 1962 Hear A Big Boom! This Is Why! March 13, 1962 t MINN; /IINNEAPOLI NEW ULfc . , MANkATO Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper No principal... but a principle. .. runs this kindergarten u/ * >•< ' r It's a cooperative kindergarten ; ;: run on cooperative principles. It all started when a group of mothers in a midwestern city discovered that their school district had no kindergarten. Private nursery schools were beyond their means BO they organized a cooperative, found suitable quarters and hired a teacher. Each of the founders bought shares which provided the money for toys, books and other supplies. Through their cooperative, these mothers were able to give their children advantages which would otherwise be denied them, This kindergarten cooperative differs widely from the farm and consumer cooperatives most familiar to us, but it is another illustration of how the cooperative form of enterprise can be used by anyont to meet any humqn need, NO, 8 OF A SERIES PRESENTED BY THESE CO-OP ElEVATORS BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR . . , IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR , FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode J. L, Miller, Mgr. E. F. Immerfall, Mgr. , Jack Stptt, Mgr, $ E, N, Ellingson, Mgr, LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR ... , . Bernard Rejlly, Mgr. HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR, Algona . . . Ray Reid, Mgr, WHITTEMORE CO-OP ILEVATOR , . . , Larry Twedt, Mgr. FARMERS ELEVATOR CO, Swea City ..... Russell Parker, Mgr, LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHAN6I, , , , , Loreru ©eitwnawer, Mgr. WEiT BEND ELEVATOR CO, .,..., R, W, Jyrgens, Mgr. CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO,, Ringsted, Kenneth Pattenon, Mgr. LwViRNE CQ.OP ILiVATOR,, . . ,, , Eldon Guess, Mgr, FgNTON €0<©P ELiVATOR,, ,,,,,, Curtis Lure, Mgr. ' Starting March'19, a series of sonic booms from the air may startl of the strategic aircommand make K >S faSt ? St bomber > ^ B 58 HuS , , » L' been selected as simulated "targets S hoSr? Bt tWice the Speed of sound ' <» "00 The SAC bombers wffl enter corridors from St. Louis, and St. Paul- Minneapolis headed for th6 tArget areas. The latter route will br ng the big planes right ovef itossijth county. g , s from Carswe11 AFB ' Tex *". and Nike scoring units lo< * ted at f ° ur via radar - But no actuaj John Rodes Of Tifonka Feted On Anniversary Titonka — A large number- 'o. friends and relatives gathered to commemorate the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs, tfohn Rode at Immanuel church Feb.' 25. Lutheran As the guests arrived, they'were registered by Linda Lou Rode* Tho following program Was presented with Ted Dunmire as maser of ceremonies: piano solo by James Rode, poems by Mrs.' Arthur Rode, pianb duet by Keith and James Rode, a story of events of Mr. and Mrs. Rode's life read by Mrs. William Rode; Pastor H. A. Diers then gave a sermonette. Gifts were received and displayed by Mrs. Edward Brandt. A social hour followed, during which a large heart cake, baked by Florence Reynolds and cut by Mrs. Walter Haack and Mrs. Herbert Rakow, was served; Mrs Arthur Rike and Mrs. Walte Christ poured. Mrs. K e n n e t Brandt presided at the punc bowl. , Dining room and kitchen \hps tesses were the Martha circle, o which Mrs. Rode is'a member. Mr. and Mrs. James Honken o. Dlear Lake are parents of a son Beef Producers To Banquet Here Mar. 29 The annual meeting and banquet of the Kossuth Beef Producers' Association is to be held at Garrigan high school, Algona, Thursday, March 29, according to Dean L. Barnes, Kossuth Co. Extension Director, Algona. The banquet at 7:00 p.m., with one pound of standing rib roast arepared by chefs from HormeJ &' Co., Austin, Minn, will start the evening program, according to Barnes. Tickets are available for the banquet and there will be no sale of ickets at the door. Barnes and the olio wing directors have tickets for sale: Clifford Krantz, Titonka; Vincent Becker, Bancroft; Norman Chambers, Corwith; Albert A; Anderson, Swea City; Ed Naumann, Slmore, Minnesota; Philip Fisher, yest Bend and Russell Patterson, Burt. ' Portland Twp. Farm Boy Now Heads St. Paul Publishing Firm Leland R Leland born Feb. 21. He weighed 9 Ibs. 11. oz. and has been named Jeff re} Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken are paternal grandparents.. Students of Titonka school -wht< entered the; District: Speech >;C test at CJariqn s .Fe^j^ and'y are:.-humorous,-Forrest Rodef-%^ atorical, Kathleen Eden; interpre tive poetry, Sherry Boyken. Thes< people will enter the State con test Mar. 23 and 24 at Fort Dodga Beverly Richter has graduate: from SCI, Cedar Falls, and received a B.A. degree in junior high education. The Buffalo Boosters 4-H club held their Feb. meeting at the home of Linda Higgins. Linda Kildal was co-hostess. . Ruth Everding is at Mercy hospital, Mason City, for diagnosis, after having been ill for sometime. Women's circles of the Titonka Methodist church met last Wednesday. If you can't get behind a movement for the good of the community, the least you can do is get out from in front of it. Storm Blamed For Accidents Three minor, mishaps were investigated by local police officers March 5. There were no personal injuries repotted. The first occurred at 11:03 a.m. and involved autos driven by Donald C. Sjogren," Algona, and Kenneth D. Smith, Titonka. Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $350. The crash occurred at the intersection of Hall and Kennedy streets. v At 11:23 a.m.,- autos driven by Frances Eason, Algona, arid Dale W. Nauman, Burt; collided as Nauman backed from a parking spot on East;C,all> street; Damage to the ;yjftiicleslwfis : estimated -at>$37Sr:' • At-4:15 p.m., autog driven by Gary R. Rusk and Dorothy L. Leek, both of Algona, collided near Honored In Magazine Story A Portland Township farm boy, who gained his first experience in he publishing business on the now defunct Burt Monitor, was recently honored by the official magazine f .Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity n an article entitled "The Leland tory." The subject of the article is Leand F. Leland, whose stepfather nd mother were Mr. and Mrs. ophus Petersen who years ago armed five miles north of Burt. Hr. Leland is now head of Leland Publishers, Inc. of St. Paul, Minn., nown as The Fraternity Press. Wrote Area, News As a farm boy, Leland' started Is journalistic career writing •ortland Twp. news notes for the Burt Monitor, then edited by a Mr. Mac Arthur. He also had a chance to work in the printing plant for nothing, to gain experience which he thoroughly enjoyed. His early education was in a rural school, none of which exist in Kossuth county today. His favorite high school teacher at Burt high, from which he graduated in 1917, was Isabel Norton, who taught Latin, German and English. He vividly recalls another teacher, a beautiful young lady named Miss Brown, who taught home economics. Miss Brown stayed in Burt; she married Kirby Smith, now're- tired Burt postmaster. Merle Schwletert, resident of the Burt area, was -one of his boyhood friends, and he is well acquainted with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cook and Mrs. Annie Nelson of Algona, and Mrs. Chester Schoby is his cousin. Moved To Minnesota He moved to St. Paul after his graduation from Burt high, served in World War I, and, then: entered the University of Minnesota, yvhere he graduated in '1923." HeVbecame a member of TKE (Te¥e) fraternity there, and edited the Minne* ihe intersection of Ackley and McGregor streets and damage to the autos was estimated at $45. There were no charges filed. Homemakers Met. The Plum Creek'Homemakers ]lub met Feb. 28 at the home of Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson. Assisting wstesses were Mrs. Harold Gaton, Mrs. Randall Clark and Mrs. Andrew Miller. Mrs. Tom Sampson ;ave the inspiration. The group lecided to give $5 to the Scholar- hip and Loan Fund. Mrs. Wm. 'aetz and Mrs. Cecil Long gave lie lesson. The next meeting will >e Mar. 28 at the home of Mrs. Willis Etherington. Lunch was served by the hostesses. sota Daily and the Skf-U-Mah humor magazine, each for two years. Six months after his graduation he became editor and manager of the Minnesota Alumni Weekly, with 45,000 circulation, and stayed there for seven years. Then he made his big step just as the Great Depression go underway. He started his own pub lishing firm. And now, 30 years later, depres sion and ( all, he heads a thriving firm that among other periodicals publishes the Fraternity Month, with 300,000 circulation. His accomplishments in the specialized publishing field are chronicled in detail in the Tau Kappa Epsilon magazine article. Mr. Leland's wife assists with the editorial work. Their two Leland F. Leland daughters are now married, and the Lelands have three granddaughters. Of an artistic bent, Mr. Leland designs beautiful magazines and jooks, and also designed his own home in Minneapolis, as well as ;he offices of his publishing building. Rode Horseback, 10 Miles Fprty-four years ago when he was attending Burt high school he rode horseback 10 miles a day attending school; the school bus was yet to come. Sometime this summer he hopes to visit Burt and Algona for family reunion. "The Leland Story" is good to hear. A farm-reared boy who was hot afraid to learn by working fp nothing, arid not afraid to establish his. own;.busin_ess on -tii&Jjiyp pf major depression, might offer , little inspiration to today's crop oj youngsters. 'Why settle for less? GET AMERICA'S LOWEST-PRICED CAR WITH AN ALUMINUM V-8 f Burf BE Squad Saw State Meet Last Weekend Burt — The Burt girls basketball squad went to Waterloo Friday where they attended the semi- inals and finals of the Girls State Basketball Tournament. The girls and their chaperones, fir. and Mrs. Lewis Finch and Wrs. Earl Ackerman, returned lome Sunday. Girls making the trip were Pat ,ong, Patt Hoover, Judy Abbas, ToAnn Ackerman, Pat Schwietert, i'rancis McDonald, Judy and Jane Mitchell, Susan Lovstad, Lana Junningham, Janice Dreyer, Pat Woltz, Audrey and Virginnia Lap>e, Jean Mescher, Patsy Zwiefel md Roberta Ackerman. Pot Luck Supper » Burt Band Mothers will be hos- esses to their husbands at 6:39 >ot luck- supper at the, school Mar. iS. Kitchen hostesses will be Shir, ey Lovstad, Arlene Chaffee, Ma* leline Lovstad, Muriel Ackerman, Marion Waltman, Ruth 0. Patterson, Florence Koestler, Beulah Bullock, Lucille Hoover, Ella Cherland,' and Eleanor Gardner. In charge of the evening's entertainment, which will include music by the Junior Band and colored .slides by Coach Ron Charlson, aro Benita Mitchell, Evelyn Mawdsleyi and Magdalene Ottman! Blue Birds Met "'Burt*B|ne-:BJrds>met at the home of Valarfe Holding Saturday. 'Courtesy in ,the Classroom" was the'title'of a.talk-'by Carole Wiener. Rosemary Ulses gave a talk 'Tips on Buying Furniture", "How o Make a dusting mitt" was dem- mstrated by Valarie Holding and Janet Cherland. Mrs. Ervin Ulses ,vas the guest mother. Jrl Scouts . The Burt Girl Scouts, under the direction of their leader, Mrs. Ruth Patterson, are observing the 50th anniversary of Girl Scouts this week. Thursday afternoon, Mar. 15, they will be hosts to the members of the Titonka Girl Scout troop. The theme of their party will have a Japanese setting. Members of the Ruth Circle, Methodist church, will meet at the home of Minerva Curtis, Mar. 14. Please note the change of date. The Fortnightly Club members will meet with Mrs. Jenny Whalen in Titonka Friday, Mar. 16. ^UB^^^ ^B^^w^W^^^^ ^^E^^ No engine can match a V-8 for amoothneaa •nd performance. And there's nothing like aluminum for cutting weight and stretching gas. Put them together and you've got the P-85's potent'power plant—au aluminum V-8 that's standard equipment at no extra cost! 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