The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 16
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3 Teachers At Most Return Lakota r Most of Lakota's school tedcherS have signed contracts to return here next fall. All . will get raises. Those who have agreed to return to date are Mr, Helvick, Mf. Barrett, Mrs Budlong f Mrs. Kiewiet and Mr. Perrlrt'in high school; Mr. Bulfer vocal music instructor, Mrs. Kei) and Mr. Peterson for 7th and 8th grades! Mrs. Mattison for remedial reading; Mrs. Tascel for a 5th and 6th combination room; Mrs. Nelson for 3rd; Mrs. Orvllle Anderson for 2nd; Mrs. Orviok for 1st and 2nd combination and Mrs. Winter for ; kindergarten. ••Mr. Heiirichs, Miss Strattman and Mrs'. Ternes haye resigned. ;. Two new teachers have been .-> hired, Mrs. Stanton Larson of Thompson will teach the first grade and Mrs. Dorsey of Ring- v sted will teach the fifth grade. / Circle Meeting • The Esther group of the L.C.W. met in St. Paul's Parish hall last Tuesday afternoon. Hostesses were Maria Christ, Joan Mabus and Irene Wibben. Bertha Mabus gave the devotions and Margaret Steenhard gave the topic entitled "Christ Gives Light to the Blind". A play- let entitled "Bake at 350 Degrees" was given by Agnes Christ, Leona ' Christ and Lois Miller. Wallace Christ accompanied by Carolyn Ley sang "The Pilgrim's Song". One of the mission fields was studied. 3 Hurt In Crash Here Last Week • '* w-UWji ,j» '• . l "l -,' *•• d;**' „•.,.» >;A," • Mr, and -Mrs, Paul Ctfclst end family visited at the Franklin Schutter home at Titonka on SUB* day afternoon. ' Mrs. C. C. Gerzema, Mrs. Em* ma Smith, Mrs. Mary Zoller and Mrs. Mary Telkamp visited the -April If, \96l (to.) Upp«f Ben Farrows at the Holy Family hospital at Esthervllle on Friday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hertsftc visited at the Wallace Peterson home at Granada, Minn, on Sufi* day. ^ ' _ dARBON PAPEB9, offleo tupply dept., Upper DM Molnes Pub. Co.. Algeria. clean sweep WAREHOUSE SALE! Hi-*"-: - - rTTW • . . Student Council Meeting .! Four:boys from the Lakota high school student council and Princi- pal Clavton Helvick attended the North Central District meeting of the student coUncils at Webster What will his problems be when he takes over? : iyi -" { 'v^t LT! $ * J * "*'"*' MY''v ' At tlie rate things seem to be (hanging, you might not want to guess. But what were the problems of the farmer 20 years ago . . . and what are they today? Maybe there's a clue to what they'll be when this youngster grows up. Actually, of course, many farm problems don't change much. Twenty years from now the successful farmer will still be the one who produces efficiently and keeps his costs down... while he gets the most from hi3 acres and a fair price for his produce. Then, as now and 20 years ago, his cooperatives will help him with many of his problems... by providing supplies at lowest possible cost ... by helping him improve the quality of his produce and by market- Ing efficiently, I Those of us who have }. /nefited through cooperatives founded by others, should make sure they continue strong ... to benefit our Bool and daughters who will need them as much as we do. 9 1 til, Ce-»p Adv. Council NO. 10 OF A SERIES CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO., Ringsted. Kenneth Patterson, Mgr. luVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR Eldon Guess, Mgr, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr, BURT CO*OP ELEVATOR ...... J. L. Miller, Mgr. IRVINGTQN CO-OP ELEVATOR . '. . . E. F. Immerfall, Mgr, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR . . . . . . Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode , , , , E, N, Ellingson, Mgr, LEOYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR ...... Bernard Reilly, Mgr, HQBARTQN CO-OP ELJVATQR, Algons , , . Ray Reid, Mgr, WHITTiMORiCO-OP 6LIVATOR . . .' . Larry Twedt, Mgr. FARMER! IIJVATQR CO, Swee City ,.,'., Russell Perker, Mgr, tONiRQCI^^OPiXCHANGe. ... . . Loren* 6§it*sn«wer, Mgr, WI5T IINO iHVATOR CQ, , . , v . R. W, Jurgens, Mgr, , » , I I , ' : . S Three .of eight persons riding in the two autos shown here suffered a variety of injuries when the vehicles collided on McGregor street road, three mfles west of Algona at 2:6p p.m. Thursday, April 5. 'The injured included the drWers of the cars, Anita M. Degen, 28, Whittemore, who suffered a cut ifose and knees, Raymond Anliker, 41, West Bend, a broken collarbone,' and Lori A. Streit, Whittemore, a passenger in the Degen auto, a,cut lip. The injured were treated at St. Ann hospital. Anliker was alone in his auto at the time of the crash. He was headed east and Mrs Degen was headed west. Anliker attempted to make a left turn and the autos 'collided. The Anliker car wound up in the north ditch and sustained $500, damage to the, right side: Damage to the front of the other vehicle resulted in it being a total'wreck. Anliker was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way while making a left turn by Patrolman Charles Bird, who investigated. (UDM Newsfoto —• Engraving) , . . . City on Thursday. The boys were Larry Becker, Charold Barrett, Kent Gerzema and Kurt Rusher. The girls of the Home Econom- ims classes and their instructor Mrs. Bud Budlong have been visiting various homes in Lakota this week and making a study of various floor plans pr|or to plat} ning their own homes. Mrs. W. D. Ley, Mrs. W. E. Ley, Mrs. Mary Telkamp, Mrs. Mary Zoller and Mrs. Frauke Schadendorf attended a luncheon at the Country Club in Algona for Kossuth County Republican Women Tuesday. Twenty-one young people of the Westminster Fellowship of the Presbyterian church and theii guests attended a theater party in Algona on Friday of last ween. Adults driving cars included Mrs. Herman Jutting, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen, Mrs. Harlan Kruse and Mrs. Donald Bulfer. Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Kruse, Paul and Kathy attended the funeral of Mrs. Kruse's grandmother in Mason City on Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Al Johnson attended the funeral Wednesday of Arthur Purdie of Winnebago, Minn. Mr. Purdie was an employee of Interstate Power Company and was killed in a car-train crash on Sunday. 0. J. Rippentrop returned home from the Park hospital at Mason City on Thursday. He had undergone surgery two weeks previously. Walter Rosenau underwent surgery at Buffalo Center on Thursday morning. The catechism class of the Presbyterian church were publically examined at the 10:30 a.m. services Simday, April 8. The group includes Michael Clapper, Kathy Boyd, Virgil Lewis, Linda Hoeppner, Larry Hippen, Betty Beck, Lyle Rippentrop, Marsha Smith, Mark Hamilton, Monica Beemer, Howard Julius, Kath Smith and Eugene Dontje, Lakota's annual Firemen's Dance will be held on Friday, April 27 at Hand's Park. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Enneberg, Mr. and ,M rs - Vincent Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krominga were guests of Interstate Power Co. at the annual dinner Monday evening at the Sirloin House in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz returned home last Monday evening after several days visit with the Howard Jensens at Brandon, Wise. and the Loren Nitz home at Rosen' dale, Wise. Guests at the Earl Thompsons Friday to celebrate the birthdays of Earl and Phillip Thompson and the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs, Leroy Richardson were Mr. ancj Mrs. H. B- Thompson and Haran of EJmore, Mr. and Mrs. Robert • nig family, Mr. and Mrs, Rjby and Mike, Mr. and, Mrs. John Simmons of Stevens, and, Mr", and. Mrs. Leroy Rich', and Lynstte of Ledyard. Mrs, Jphj[ AJke vi&M. with her parents at Algona on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Aukes and boys were Sunday, ,afterndoh and suppei guests' at. the Ted Aukes homo at .Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. ..Jerry Heetland returned home Saturday from a .seyen^week stay wittviMrs. >.Flor /erice McAdams at- -Tje' Riader Louisana. Enroute they visited with Jerry's niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Akre at Jefferson City, Missouri. On the way home they visited at the Dr. R. L. Williams home at Rogers, Ark. and the Wade Ball home at Wheeling, Missouri. everything goes" wall to wall _____ ^ first come, first served f We've got to clean out our entire 1 961 stock of ROPER GAS RANGES - to make room for new/ 1 962 merchandise! PRICED FROM $169,95 exch. 2 Years To Pay Top quality—compact—a once In a lifetime ,--, chance to buy one of America's great gas ranges at this sacrifice price! Low temp, automatic oven control—insta-lite burners—giant broiler. Low down payment—trades accepted. Trade-ins During This Sale Big value in a compact.30". Includes / •top-griddle. $10 will hold itt SPECIAL! ('AH in perfect cooking condition) A GOOD SELECTION Of Used Roper Trade-Ins $19.95 and up ••'•«* Top-quality 36" range at a budget prica — automatic lighting, king-size bake« master oven, All the modfilO cooking, , features. . Beeeherlane Appliance "Wildest Trader in Town" MM AND SUN DAIS AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALERS (where you'll find the nicest ways to get away!) You won't find a vacation- brightening variety like this anywhere else. And now that spring has sprung, the buys are just as tempting as the weather. Your choice of 11 new-size Chevy II models. Fourteen spacious, spirited Jet-smooth Chevrolets. And a nifty, nimble crew of rear-engine Corvairs. Three complete lines of cars—and we mean complete—to coyer just about any kind of going you could have in mind. And all under one roof, too! You just won't find better pickings in size, sizzle and savings anywhere under the sun. And you couldn't pick a better time than newel uring your Chevrolet dealer's Fun arid Sun NEW BEL AIR 4-DOOR STATION WAGON Jet-smoothie thai rides just right, loaded or light~ with 97.5-cu,-ft, cargo case and Full Coil suspension. COBVAIR MONZA 4-DOOR SEDAN From snappy interiors to sure-fooled seat, this one'* got Ike gift of making sport of most any trip. CHEVY H NOVA STATION WAGON Here's a, wagon that sells at a compact riee, yet tolea in a big way with a longer ad floor thqn any compact—over 9 /k See the new CliemU, op$ng CwfrV KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HALL AM3QNA, IOWA CY 4-3554

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