The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1966 · Page 5
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10,1*66 Lakota Girl A Winner Linda Beck from the Aggressive Lads 4-H Club at Lakota won the rate of gain contest with an outstanding 3.54 pounds of gain per day from weigh-in in February until fair time, This is a very outstanding record. Previous winners had been around a three pound gain. The animal started February 25 at 609 pounds and finished at 1210 pounds on August 15 for a 3.54 pounds gain. The champion is three-fourths Hereford and one-fourth Charolais. Rate of gain is very important to the beef industry and is being stressed more each year to 4-H members, says Galen DeValois, county extension director. The reason for its importance is that efficiency and profit are usually directly correlated with rate of gain. Bancroft St. John's Has Several New On Faculty St. John's of Bancroft opened its fall school semester on Monday, Aug. 29, with 22 full time facutly members, 12in high school and 10 in the elementary school. Father Victor F. Ramaeker assumed his duties as St. John high school principal in June. He came from Kuemper high school, Carroll. Father Ramaeker received his B. A. from Loras College and his master's degree in supervision and education from Creighton University, Omaha. Father Francis Higgins, B. A. Loras College, who also has his master's degree in.education from Creighton, spent eight weeks taking guidance and coun- selling courses at Creighton this summer. Sister Mary James, B. A. from Loras College, continued her work in a master's program in English and theology at Creighton during the summer session. Sister Mary Lucentia, who taught at North Washington during the past year, has her B. A. from Loras College. She took summer courses at Briar Cliff in Spanish and library science. Sister Mary Marcine, who taught at Xavier high school, Dyersville, has a B. A. degree from Briar Cliff. She took summer courses in non-western studies and educational psychology. V. J. 'Meyer, B. A. from Loras and graduate work from the University of Iowa, supervised the athletic program this summer. Sister Mary Rosaire who holds a master's degree in biology from the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, attended a course in chemistry at Briar Cliff College and learned how to operate the new instruments used in the course. Sister Rose Marie, master's NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT I00<ie Whin Old-World Innkiipini Hospitality it ftivlvtd Kverything you ever imagined, t-vcrylhing you expect is provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort ai the NJ-VV H>ait Lodjjc -- Large Decorator-Designed Luxury Room*. King-Size Beds. Individual!) s Room- Controlled Yea'r-Around "as you like ii" temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest 'I V and Radio! Kxeel- lent Food, Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, NorihHCsl'i Finest Automatic Him lint 1 32 lune.i ). Billiard Lounge. ... . ... . . Near Shopping Center*. 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Sister Mary Thoma, who holds a master's degree in history from Catholic University, participated this summer in a supervisor's training program at the Mental Health Institute at Independence. Sister Mary Angelita, OSF, is principal of St. John grade school. Sister Mary Angelita received her B. A. from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, and her M. A. in administration and supervision from the University of Portland, Oregon. Sister, who has been teaching in Portland, will teach seventh grade in addition to her duties as grade school principal. Sister Mary Ambrose, teacher of grade 2-3, received her bachelor's degree from Briar Cliff College. She spent the summer attending a science workshop for elementary teachers at Dyersville. Sister Mary Gertrude, grade 4, also attended this science workshop. She has her bachelor's degree from Briar Cliff. Sister Mary Lucina, grade 6, bachelor's degree from Loras College, Dubuque, studied theology at Briar Cliff in Dubuque this summer. Mrs. Martha McCleish, grade 5, and Mrs. Ida Marlow, grade 2, are among the returning faculty. Sister Mary Sharon, grade 1, completed her bachelor's work at Briar Cliff College. Last year she taught at St. John school, Niles (a suburb of Chicago.) During the summer, she worked with pre- school children in the Manchester Public School in Operation Head-Start. Mrs. Mary Tindall, grade 3, Graettinger, formerly taught at St. Patrick's School,,Estherville. Sister Mary Vincent, grade 8 continued her studies in Modern European and American History during the Briar Cliff summer session. Mrs. Sara Welp, grade 7, received her bachelor's degree from the State University of Iowa, Iowa City. Mrs. Vaske and Mrs. Zimmerman will each teach 1/2 days of remedial readings at St. John's under the E.S.EA. program.This is an expansion of the program begun last year. Sister Margaret Mary, who comes from Mary of the Woods School, Chicago, will give private piano lessons in her convent studio. She received her B. M. with a major in piano from the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago. During the summer, she attended a workshop at Alverno College, Milwaukee. Sister Mary Julia comes from Ossian, Iowa, to replace Sister Mary Evangelist in the Sisters' convent. Sister Mary Evangelist is at St. Anthony's Home, Sioux City. Former faculty members have assumed new duties. Sister Mary Bonaventure is now teaching at Templeton, Iowa; Sister Mary Cleo at Columbus High School, Waterloo; Sister MaryErmelir.de is at Mount St. Francis, Dubuque; Sister Mary Felice at Monticello, Iowa; Mr. John Marshall in the public school system near Minot, North Dakota; and Sister Mary Susanna at Holy Ghost School, Dubuque. Lu Verne elevator held annual dinner August 16 LU VERNE-The annual 7 o'clock dinner and meeting of the Lu Verne Co-op Elevator was held Tuesday evening, August 16. About 190 members," wives and guests enjoyed the courtesy. The ladies aid society of the Lu Verne 7,ion Ev. Lutheran Church served the dinner in the lunch room of the Lu Verne Community High School. A musical program was given by Walter Simonson of Sioux Rapids, Iowa. At the business meeting, directors re-elected were Lawrence 0. Miller, Albert A. Schipull and Albert Fish. Elden A. Guess is the manager DRUGSTORES... f^ GERALD THUENTE ALL GENERALIZATIONS ARE DANGEROUS — EVEN THIS ONE ! Cooperation made the American Institute of Cooperation meeting a huge success. * * * * Close cooperation with your physician . . . double checking of all prescription ingredients . . . constant stock freshness, all add up to accuracy and dependability in our\ prescription department. Next time you need a prescript Uon filled, please call on us. . .»*'*» ^ . As long as there are final exams, there will always be prayers in oar schools. • . * * * * REAL COOPERATION: two women mad at the same' person. P. S. Cooperate with your budget — shop here ! AUUHlbi. .STAIt. AIRMAN l>t. 0- g.) 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