The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1954 · Page 11
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November 30, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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, November 30,1954 jWotnes! Funerals Held Livestock Men To Meet, Bancroft The current livestock situation and the advantages of selling! hogs oil the public market on the basis of merit and quality,-will be discussed at a'special meeting of livestock producers and their, • families to be held on Friday,' Dec, 3,< at the Forester's 1 Hall, ill, Bancroft. ' . •A' large delegatio'h from South Saint Paul's public market will travel to Bancroft by special bus and car to attend the meeting. More than 50 commission men from the market will be on hand to answer questions and aid livestock producers with their marketing problems. The meeting,is scheduled to get underway promptly: at ( 8 ,p.m. and all livestock, producers and truckers in -the area are invited to attend.:./ • --^'.;. ' -• , ' There will be an interesting technicolor movie, short talks, and following the evenings activities, coffee and doughnuts will be served. ' ELECTROCUTED A 20-year-old Sioux Center youth was killed irt a power-line accident, hear Biddleburg, recently. Apparently as Ronald Mulder guided a steel I-beam as a boom truck lifted it, the truck slipped off a shoulder of the roadway and the boom came in contact with the highline. As much as 12,500 •, volts may , have passed through the youth's body. ' MORE QUAUTY FOR YOUR GIFT DOLLAR WHEN . , * SPECIAL VALUE! Ladies' Washable Cotton House Dresses 79 Sizes: 16 >/2-241/2 9-15 12-20 LOVpLY WINTER/FASHION FABRICS: • 80 Square Percale • Durable Penim Host of Exciting Colors! SPECIAL PURCHASE! 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Services,, were also held at 2:00 p.m. at the Methodist churcfiTiin Buffalo Center \' Saturday,' ~ for Henry' Patterson who died in" the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday night. Mr Patterson is a • former Lincoln township farmer. ', Mrs Georgia Thayes of Algeria visited the ' past week with her sisters-in-law Emma and Louise Thaves. V The Misses Emma . and Louise Thaves had as Thanksgiving dill- ner guests, Mrs Georgia.,Thaves, of Algona, Mrs Anna Ogren, Mr' and Mrs Walter Rosenau and Mr and Mrs Harry Rosenau. Sunday dinner guests at the Burdette Hoeppners wye Mr and' Mrs Lloyd Turner, Mason City; Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner of Calumet and Mr and Mrs Paul Hoeppner Johnny and Susan of Sutherland. , Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner' and children were guests of Mr and Mrs Victor Berhnardt irt Mason City for supper Thanksgiving Day where they were served venison. Mr and Mrs Alvis Lester, Miss Juanita Lester and Marlene Hill came from Rochester Minn. Wednesday^ to spend Thanksgiving with Juanita's parents, Mr and Mrs Vancie Lester. Mrs / Alvis Lester of Boone is in Rochester taking radium arid X-Ray treat- For Two Lakotans Third Ward Kindergarten Class ' • A group of kindergarten children from the Third Ward school recently visited the public library, during Book Week, as part of their planned schedule of activities. While there they listened to a story read to them by their teacher, Mrs Francis Bunting. They are pictured above. j . Kindergarten has become an important part in the development of a youngster. During a school day, he starts off by greeting the teacher. This makes him more at ease and at home. A work period follows whereby the youngster decides for himself what he "would like to do whether it's pasting, coloring, cutting or such. But once he starts this task he is taught to complete it before going on to something different. Then there is outdQpr play in which super- Vised games are played. This fresh air and sunshine give the child relaxation. ' With the teacher at the helm, the youngsters learn speech as a group. This' is an important part of kindergarten. They learn ments, and Juanita and Marlene are student nurses. This group was joined on Thanksgiving day by Mr and Mrs Edmond Lester ttegfstored Jeeoefer ~ American Gem Society ALGONA'JOWA and Sandy of Blue Earth and Mr and Mrs Dwayne Lester and boys. Approximately 2000 Aunt Jemina pancakes were served at the Ukena Co. Hardware store! Nov. 20. The hot cakes were served with Qermania Creamery Co. butter and syurp, and hot coffee. The school children were served a turkey dinner for hot lunch'Wednesday and the'teach- ers with, their wives • and husbands and : the schooj- v btiard and their wives were also guests. Mr and Mrs Charles Gutknecht and the Misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht returned home Tuesday from Muscocla, Wisconsin where they had" visited since Saturday with their cousin Leo Kienitz and family and other relatives. verses, learn to use their fingers in relating a • story. -They learn rhythm, learn to skip, hop and jump in time. There's a record machine- Which they use a lot. • . f ' Something new which has just been added to the classroom is a stove with all the pots and. pans. It's built to their size. Surprisingly enough the boys, says Mrs Bunting, are just as interested in playing with it as the girls. When it first arrived, one little youngster piped up with, "Why didn't you get the 'ice box, too?" The youngsters have visited the greenhouse, too, in addition to the ; library. This -was part of their science work in that -they learned the signs of fall as they walked to the greenhouse; -at the greenhouse they learned the various kinds of flowers and how they are grown under the big windows. Following the visit there, one youngster went home and told his mother all about the trip and added, "but the house wasn't painted green!" There is 'still a trip to the grocery store, the post office and the farm before the school year ends next spring. Aims of the kindergarten are to develop the emotional, physical, social and mental powers of the child; to start the child toward a deeper understanding of the world in whic,h he lives; to. teach him appreciation of other people; to stimulate a healthy desire" to learn; to give the child rich and varied experiences; to promote a desire to read; to increase the child's ability to express his ideas clearly; and to prepare the child for more formal work in first grade. The teacher and the pupils have quite a time together ,the first year, but it's twice as easy for the teacher and twice as helpful to the pupil'if the mothers lend their assistance. Friday, Dec. 3, mothers of the morning group of Mrs Bunting's" kinHergarte'ri'class will meet for a coffee at the home of Mrs Willis Ressler from two until "three-thirty."Assisting will be Mrs Eugene".MueHer"and"Mt - s"Ernest Georg. The afternoon class pictured above are as follows: Joseph Elbert, Roger Bierstedt, Stephen Detrick, Wayne Frideres, Allan Higley, Loren Pesicka, Loren Stephens, David Tripp, Thomas Wagner, Patrick Wheeler, Roger Wildin, Jo Ann Baas, Becky Bilyeu, Rosemary Bullock, Ruth Cassel, Yvonne Crowley, Lynne Durant, Jean Egel, Cheryl Ann Gouge, Wanda Hunsley, Linda Lovstad, Ellen Mains, Patsy McGuire, Pamela Reding, Victoria Rochleau, Irene Strickler and Margaret Utt.—Upper Des Moines Newsfoto. 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