Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1971 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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One Way To Come Out OK When You Ignore Your Father's Advice . . . Wins $20 For Science Project * * * Mark Payne, a student in Algona' s Middle School, is $20 better off today because he didn't follow his father's advice. The story started when Mark, a seventh grader, wanted to get a science class project together for entry into science fairs. He decided to construct a seismograph, an instrument used to detect and record the force and duration of earth tremors or quakes. -'JUNK IT'- Mark's father, Jerry was skeptical of the project's chances of winning prizes. "Dad said it wouldn't have a chance," Mark explained. "He told me to junk it." But Mark stuck to his choice and went to work. That meant mounting the core of a toilet paper roll on top of the gears of 'a clock. The minute hand provided the power supply to rotate the toilet paper cylinder. He then wound some Carbon paper around the "cylinder 'and suspended (fr6m a spiral spring attached to a wooden frame) a screwdriver with its pointed end toward the cylinder. As the minute hand and cylinder revolved, a fine indentation was made on the carbon. If someone shook the table supporting the seismograph, the disturbance was duly recorded by movement of the screwdriver point on the carbon. - JUDGES IMPRESSED- The judges at the Hawkeye Science Fair in Des Moineswere impressed ... or enough so at least to award Mark a $20 prize in competition with other seventh grade entries. Mark said he kept the news quiet for one day before telling his father. Then he told him. "He couldn't believe it," Mark said. Mark is a student in Walt Reemtsma's science class. Another seventh grade science class is taught by none other than our doubting father . . . Jerry Payne. Dean's List Kathy Lallier of Algona and Mary Degen, LuVerne, freshmen students at Marycrest College, Davenport, have been named to the scholastic honors list for the semester ending in January. Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lallier and Mary's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Degen. for any formaUw«or nt«di, g«t th» !at«t itylti from . . DIAMOND'S Mark Payne (standing, front) represented Walt Reemtimo'i seventh grade science class well in The Hawkeye Science} Fair In Veterans Auditorium in Des Moines. He won $20 for hli working model of a seismograph. The model is between Payne and Reemstma above. When an outside force acts upon It, the suspended screwdriver registers its duration and strength by scratching on the carbon cylinder (toilet paper roll). In caie you're wondering, those are paper replicas of DNA moUculM hanging from the light fixtures. (Algona Pub. Co. photo Titonka And Swea City Sr. Citizens' Pot Luck TITONKA - Titonka Senior citizens entertained thirty Senior citizens from Swea City Monday noon at their regular monthly pot luck dinner held at the United Methodist fellowship hall. Following dinner they enjoyed group singing, and Rev. Paul Hansen showed a film "Volunteer Programs for Nursing and Custodial Homes". The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially and lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. - CHURCH CIRCLES-The Good Hope Lutheran church circles will meet. Darlene Circle will meet April 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the church. Leader is Mrs. Johnny Harms, offering meditation will be Mrs. Carl Ludwig who will also be hostess. Margaret Circle will meet April 13 at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Eugene Huff, leader. Offering meditation will be Mrs. Herbert Harms. Hostess will be Mrs. Arnold Schutter. Mildred Circle will meet in the home of Mrs. Arthur Rode, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. Leader is Mrs. Noel Krantz and offering meditation will be Mrs. Raymond Carlson. Lillian Circle will meet April 14 at 9:15 a.m. in {he church with Mrs. Arthur Rike hostess. Leader is Mrs. Henry Plaisier. Offering meditation will be Mrs. Clarence Brandt. Alice Circle will meet April 14 at the church at 1:30 p.m. Leader will be Mrs. Virgil Heesch and offering meditation will be Miss Marilyn Rike. Hostess will be Mrs. Rolland Fox. Zelda circle will meet at the church, April 14 at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Kenneth Beal as hostess. Leader is Mrs. John Alke and offering meditation will be Mrs. William Fritz, -o--W S C S -The W. S. C. S.'of the United Methodist church will meet April 14 at 2 p.m. A film, "The Parable" will be shown. Mrs. Jean Beed will have the devotions. Hostesses will be Luella Givens, Elsie Hansen and Lillian Graham. • Two circles of the Ramsey Reformed church will meet. Esther Circle will meet April 13 at 7:30 p.m. Lesson will be given by Mrs. Roger Rippentrop. Devotions by Mrs. James Meinders. Hostesses will be Mrs. Roger TJarks and Mrs. Elmer Ricks. Ruth circle will meet April 15 at 1:30 p.m. Lesson will be given by Mrs. Art Wirtjes. Devotions by Mrs. Stephen Tjaden. Hostesses will be Mrs. Irvin Beenken and Mrs. Henry Van Hove. -o— FEDERATED CLUB— The Titonka Federated Club met Saturday morning for an Easter breakfast in the home of The new gas grill. Algona ,*••*•*• i ( It's quicker.) i Good tasting food, without the foul taste of ashes. It's neater. And it's quicker. Gas.The Premium Rwl. ^•IH^H AVAILABLE AT: North Central iPublic Service Co. "A Complttt LP and N«tur«l On Strviet." Karen Krantz. Mrs. Joyce Hansen gave an Easter meditation and Mrs. Mabel Dunmire had Easter readings on Easter tra- ditons. Roll call was answered by "How Can I Know It's Spring?" Mrs. Jennie Rode reported on the County Convention held at Algona recently. The Titonka Federated Club will meet-on Thursday, April 15 at the Good Hope Lutheran church at 8:30 a.m. and from there take a culture ture of Mason City. Places to be toured are Morell Jewelers, European Art Imports, Kinney pioneer Museum and Grethen House of Fashions where they will have a luncheon and style show. -o--OPEN HOUSE— An open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. John Pannkuk, Titonka on their silver wedding anniversary was held at their home on Sunday afternoon, April 4. Leon and Sherry Pannkuk were hosts. Lunch was served by Mrs. Don Rens, Misses Alice and Minnie Pannkuk, Mrs. Harold Beenken and Mrs. Dick Beenken. Many friends and relatives stopped to extend their congratulations to the couple. Grace Beenken and John Pannkuk were married April 3, 1946 at the Ramsey Reformed church. Attendants were Mrs. Dick Beenken and Harold Beenken, both were present for the occasion. - o -SURPRISE PARTY— Friday evening a surprise birthday gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen in honor of Mrs. Welhousen's birthday. The self- invited guests brought the lunch and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mabus, Lakota, Mr. andMrs. John Asche, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Schuldt and Chad. The group spent the evening playing cards, -o- RURAL CARRIERS MEET Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens went Saturday to Ottumwa and Milton, Iowa to attend the District Meetings of Rural Carriers. On Sunday .they attended services at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Keokuk where Rev. Max Goldman is minister. They spent the afternoon visiting in the Goldman home, returning Sunday evening. -o—SCOUTS CAMP- Twelve Cadettes from Titonka and chaperones, Mrs. Lanny Seaton, Mrs. Robert Boekelman, Mrs. John Rike and Mrs. Verle Nelson enjoyed the weekend winter camping at the Girl Scout Camp at Boone. On Saturday the group toured Ledges State Park, -o--JR. HICONCERT- The Junior High band and chorus performed at a concert Monday evening in the Titonka school gym. Following the program the Band mothers served refreshments to the performers and guests. -o- * Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper, Rhonda, Jean, Jane and Alberta were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Sleper at Madison, Wise. Mr. and'Mrs. Wesley Meyer and Colleen, Elmore were Sunday visitors in the Harm Kettwich home. Fifteen classmates helped David Heyer celebrate his birthday Monday after school in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Heyer. Jimmy Folkerts was an overnight guest. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thornbury and Steven, Britt, Myrna Boyken and Jacqueline Lohr, St. Paul, Minn., were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Boyken. Monday, April 12, 1971 Kossufh County Advance - 7 SINUS SUFFERERS Her«'» good new! for youl Exclusive new "hord core" SYNA-CIEAR Decongtstant tablets act Initantly and continuously to drain and clear all naial-iinui cavities. One "hard care" tablet gives you up to 8 houn relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Aflowf you to breathe easily—stops watery eyes and runny note. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR AT HONSBRUCM'S without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it fodayl Introductory Offer Worth $]5( Cut out this ad—take to store listed. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12's and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 12-Pack Free. HONSBRUCH REXAU DRUG - Algona ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT DEADLINE HERE! STAY OUT OF TROUBLE . SAVE TIME AND WORRY . . 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U.S. auto — add $4 lor 8 cyl. cars • • • • OIL CHANGE £ LUBRICATION 44 • transmission and differential oil check ADD $1 ' * GOrn P' el - e chassis lubrication IF PREMIUM • lull oil change OIL IS USED price includes all labor and oil v • 4 * V BLACK/WHITEWALL RETREADS FOR COMPACT CARS: 6,00x13 thru 7.35x15 13 00' per lire Sumo typu trend <li";iun as our 4-ply "Power Cushion" bias ply tires with 4 "(readable tradii-ins 'plus 271 ID 40<; EST Fed. fix.Tnx rrcovny per tiro (depending on si/i'l FRONT-END ALIGNMENT $ any U.S. car plus parts if needed Add $2 lor air-cond. cars • Cumpleti! front-end inspection and alignment to manufacturer's specifications except disc brakes, foreign cars BRAKE RELINE 29 88 • Install linings, nil 4 wheels • Inspect Mast. Cyl., hoses • Remove, clean, inspect, repack front wheel bearings • Add fluid Wheel cylinders {7.50 ea. Drums turned $2.50 ea. Front grease seals $3.95 pr. Return springs 50C ea. DELUXE BRAKE OVERHAUL 69 95 except disc brakes foreign cars Master cylinder, hoses, return springs extra if needed • Re-machine, true all drums, "arc" lining • Remove, clean, inspect, repack front wheel bearings • Adjust all brakes. Includes 4 factory-new wheel cylinders - brake line bleed, flush - heavy-duty fluid fill 3 WAYS TO PAY AT GOODYEAR 1295.2404 BEST BUY IN ITS PRICE RANGE 6.50 x 13 tubeless blackwall plus $1.76 Fed. Ex. Tax and old tire. 4 PLY NYLON CORD "All-Weather EL" Blickwill Tira ANY OF THESE SIZES f 7.75 x 14 7.75 x 15 8.25 x 14 17 Plus $2.14 to $2.32 Fed. Ex. Tax and old tire BANKAMERICARO * j I • Now at your nearby GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE ACROSS FROM THE ALGONA POST OFFICE ALGONA, IOWA MONDAYS - 8:00 A.M. TIL 9:00 P.M.) 295-7281 (TUBS. THRU SAT. - 8?00 A.M. - 9 ? 00 P.M. •»••«»>.•*,•*..»••«• <**•

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