The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 12
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APRIL 17, W2 Jlomes; APRIL 17, 1962 19 Herds Average ULbs.Butterfat, MarctlMting Thirt; cows tested ol herds with 707 and 402 were plan in 23 herds, according to Forrest tfofbauer, Swea City, D.H.I.A, north unit supervisor, in March.. He reports the following herd averages 01 1.3 Ibs. of butterfat per cow per day or more. Herds of Harry .Bartelt, Tltotika (16)! Ralph Walker, Jr., Swea City (33); Martin Hanfts, Titonka (32); Dale Schroeder, Lone Rock (22)j Virgil Bosma, Buffalo Center (27); Herman & Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft (43); Leroy Richardson, Ledyard (19); and George Wallentine, Elmore, Minn. (27). Milton Madison, Lone Ruck (22); Leander Menke, Swea City (34); Allan Loucks, Ledyard (28); Alvin Boettcher, Lakota (25); Laurence Loeschen, Woden (20); Hilbert Bierstedt, 'Whittemore (25): & Russel Richter, Ledyafd,(i§); C. H. Wilhelmi, Bahcroft V(i|>; Sidney Payne, Ledyafd (31) {^Ed Tigges, Burt (18); and Harry-.Vife- dal, Armstrong (22). r Nobody ever gets anythihgvfpr nothing, but a lot of people'-keep trying. Joe Bradley Firestone ^ANNIVERSARY SALE School Enrollment So Small Bancroft Cuts To 3 Grades Will Tuition Others Upon SE COND HOWARD HAROLD BILL The Men Who Know Tires in ALGONA 116 SOUTH THQRINGTON CY 4-2421 ALGONA w at JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE there are no "gimmicks- The price we advertise is the price you pay. No tricky "add-ons" or small print. Our low prices are good whether you buy one tire or a complete set. ~~" at JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE you know what you're buying We sell Firestone, the finest tires made. We do not offer our customers sub-standard tires of any kind. 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MONTHS Honored la a/I 50 Stales and Canada w UK iBTiBTiwiwnnrnig Every utio Firetton* tin u OUARANTBKD I, Acaioat defect! fa woikimn ship and materiab for Hi* KI* <* tha orjfiiMl tread. 1. Af*in*t normal road hat'iid* (unapt rvpainbla punctww) racounlvrad M everyday puaencer car oat for to, number of mootiu ap«cifi*d. Replacement* pcontedtw tread weuimd bawd m M oricaa currant at tin* ol adjuataKat. •••• l»^F BmH L^M Burpeeana GIANT ZINNIAS 1 90* Package No Cost w TRUCK OWNERS If you ownl, 2,3 or MORE trucks yo« qualify for our LOW PRICES NYLON fern « Commorcfe! 4)144 TOUCH TIRE 4, I = State's Advice Bancroft's public school \vill consist of only the kindergarten and the first three grades, starting next fall. Decision was made by the Bancroft Board of Education, last week, to have students from the fourth grade through eighth attend school In some other district, after a report of deficiencies and rcconimcii- (dntions for improvement had 'been made earlier by the State Department of Public Instruction. There are about 14 pupils in the top five grades who will be attending some other school next fall. High school pupils of the public system from Bancroft have been attending Swea City high on a tuition basis for some years, with the Bancroft district paying the cost of the tuition and transportation. Chief problem of the Bancroft district is simply that total enrollment in the public school is so small that it has T>een practically impossible to operate a complete jublic school system. Enrollment n the eight grades has run at or near 30 a year, The kindergarten class has been large, however. But a majority of .the kindergarten pupils upon entering the grade status enroll at St. John's parochial school, a large, fully accredited, grade and high school. Paul Johnson, State Supt. ol Public Instruction, cited severa' basic deficiencies as a result o the low enrollment which called for considerable revision of th school setup, if it is to continu. at all,. ^ •..., . •• ...-,/' -•I-"— -Need for' more bookstall more maps. 2 — Competition and growth i impossible for pupils who mimbc below 15 per grade. 3 — No provision for a physica education program, and no showers available. 4 — Lighting that needs improvement. 5 — Top much time spent by pupils sitting and waiting for one grade of two or three pupils to complete their work before the next grade's work begins. The Bancroft school board has made no final decision as to where the grade pupils from fourth up may go. Swea City, Burt and Ledyard have all indicated they will accept the pupils on a tuition biftis. Miss Colette Kockler will probably teach the first three grades next fall, and Mrs. Raymond Lov- stad of Burt the kindergarten. The board of education has given authority to the two teachers o purchase aV.y books, maps and other equipment deemed necessary o comply with the stale recommendations. The teachers were also given a $200 salary increase. Marilyn Seller, St. Benedict, To Wed In June Mr. and Mrs. J. N. (Seller, of it. Benedict, announce the engagement of their daughter Marilyn above) to Michael J. O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parrish, iynnhaven, Virginia. Miss Seiler, a graduate of the State College of Iowa is teaching at Pleasant Valley, Iowa. Mr. D'Brien, also attended the State College of Iowa and is now stationed at Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The wedding Is planned for June 30th. Miss Dreesman Is Business Sorority Member Marilyn Dreesman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman of Algona, was recently initiated into the Drake University chapter of Phi Gamma Nu, professional business sorority. Objectives of Phi Gamma Nu are to encourage school spirit and participation in school activities, to further academic study and promote a standard of high scholarship, and to insure further in- .erest in civic and professional enterprises, Miss Dreesman is a senior at Drake in the college of business .dministration. "Is there anything in the paper, >ir?" "Anthing in the paper! All he world is in the paper. Why, Vladam, if you will but read what s written in the (paper) of this ery day, it is enough for a year's istory, and ten times as much meditation." — Thackeray. 700 X 15 Exch. Plus Tax your monthly home loan payment here IN BRIDGE, there's nothing better than a grand slam. When it comes to home loan payments, there's nothing better than the home loan payment on our home ownership program. One low monthly payment and you've taken care of taxes, insurance, plus principal and interest ! For full details on this and the other fine features of our home loans, consult a loan officer. HOME LOANS AND SAVINGS SINCE 1917 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA MAKING THE KINP OF HOME LOAN THAT HELPS YOUR COMMUNITY TO GROW AND PROSPER.

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