The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1967 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

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CnUnd «i Meeiwl elwt m«tt«r «t tti« pottotfle* at Alton*, lew* (806U). Nov. 1. mj, undtr Act of Conflrtt* of M»reh 1. lt» I '-•StAlUSMID J£6S VOL. 102 NO. 11 { aisona ®pper Jit* jflftomas L Jl 9 1967 SECOND SECTION Accrediting Team At CHS A 17-member North Central Association of Secondary Schools accrediting team spent 2 1/2 days at Garrlgan High School here during the past week while an evaluation study was completed. A detailed written report by the group will be_ received by the local high school several weeks from now. Heading the team, which consisted of school men and women from a large area in Iowa and Winona, Minn, was Dr. Ross Nielsen of the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Shown above discussing schools In general are, from left to right, Don Courtney, GHS senior, Fr. John Paar, principal at Columbus High School, Waterloo, Robert Tschirkl, principal at Spencer, Melvln Anderson of the State Dept. of Public Instruction, Fr. Cecil Frled- mann, GHS supt., Christina Obrecht, GHS junior, Dr. Nielsen and Fr. Gerald Zeman, GHS guidance director. Other members of the highly-regarded team visiting Garrigan included Glen Holley, principal at Clarion, Duane Brandt, principal at Clear Lake, Ernest Doerlngsfeld, principal at Belmond, James Albrecht, principal at SCI High School, Cedar Falls, Robert Tuley, music, SCI High School, Joseph Hohlfeld, mathematics, SCI High School, Raymond Lavallee, foreign language, SCI High School. Fr. Thomas Donahue, principal at Carroll Kuemper, Harold Dllts of Iowa State University, Ames, Sr. Mary Regis, librarian at Heelan High School, Sioux City, Brother Anthony Sullivan, St. Mary's College, Winona, Minn., Oscar Homer, St. Teresa College, Winona, and Donald Scovel, social studies, SCI High School. A dinner was held at Garrigan Wednesday evening, with members of the team, faculty, staff, pastors and members of the Parents' Club steering committee as guests. Each member of the accrediting team Is recognized as an expert in his or her field of education. Visitations to classrooms and interviews with students were included during the team's stay. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Dental Health Week Topped By Free Movie In observance of National Children's Dental Health Week, dentists of Kossuth county will visit the third grade of each school In the county showing a film on oral health and giving a tooth brush demonstration. Each child will be given a tooth- brushing kit. The dentists will also sponsor a free children's movie Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Algona Theatre. Showings are at 10 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Tickets may be obtained at dental offices in the county. Seventy-one per cent of the persons who read a newspaper read if page by page; twenty- seven per cent read by scanning. 4 Corners Club The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters Club held Its annual pot luck supper at the Lutheran school In Whlttemore, Jan. 31. Sutria Soipet, foreign exchange student from Thailand, spoke and showed slides of her native country. It was Interesting and en- Joyed by all. The next regular club meeting will be held Feb. 9 at Evelyn McNelll's with Beverly Kuecker assistant hostess. SERVICE Herbert "Hlb 1 Wacker, Wilton Junction, was presented a watch by the Wilton Lions Club presl- rlent for his long service to the club. Wacker, acharter member, has a record of almost 35 years perfect attendance. — 30 — John M. Peterson, the oldest rpsldent of Calmar, passed away at age 98 Jan. 20 alter a very short Illness. Mr. Peterson would have been 99 on Feb. 18. Psychologist To Speak At A.H.S. IOWA CITY, IOWA — Ray E. Warman, associate professor of psychology at Iowa State University, will speak to students at Algona High School as part of the Iowa Visiting Scientist Program, on Feb. 15. He will give students a chance to discuss current scientific finds and issues with a scientist actively engaged In research. Professor T. R. Porter of The University of Iowa is director of the statewide program, the second largest Visiting Scientist Program in the 50 states. Helen Weydert Of Algona To Wed In April A happy smile — isn't that what you want your children to have? Then be sure they always brush their teeth after eating, cut down on sweets and have regular dental checkups. This is National Children's Dental Health Week. HELEN WEYDERT Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Weydert, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Helen Florence, to Kenneth Joseph Krapp, son of Mrs. Margaret Krapp and the late Martin Krapp of Bancroft. Miss Weydert Is 1964 graduate of Garrlgan High School and is employed at the Weldenhoff Corp. Mr. Krapp Is a 1964 graduate of St. John's High School, Bancroft, and is engaged in farming. An April wedding is being planned. EAGLE SCOUTS Lee and Larry Adams, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Norrls C. Adams, Jr.. Ankeny, were both presented the highest Boy Scout award, the Eagle Scout medal, on Feb. 2 at an awards ceremony. The brothers have earned many other Scout awards. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. William Hacker, Marengo, celebrated their 80th wedding anniversary there on Feb. 6. The Hackers have nine children, 30 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Wed In Tucson Friends here have received word of the marriage, Jan. 14, at Tucson, Ariz, of William Thul, formerly of Whittemore, and Mrs. Geraldlne McKean, formerly of Algona. They will make their home in Phoenix, Ariz. Buy Feed Company The Tyden Feed and Livestock Co., Inc. of Dougherty, Iowa was recently purchased by Phil and John Kerber of Emmetsburg. No major changes in operation are planned. Phil and John Kerber are also associated with Kerber Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Irving (Pudge) Miller became parents of a daughter at St. Ann hospital here about 1 a. m. Sunday. The little lass, to be named Stacy, weighed eight pounds, seven ounces at birth. Even the seats have locks in Chevrolets We put automatic latches on all our folding seat-backs to keep them from flopping forward should you ever stop suddenly. The seat sits upright until you trip a latch. Additional items we put into the '67 Chevrolet: handy pushbutton releases for the seat belts, an ash tray that glides in and out on ball bearings, a 4-speaker stereo tape system you can add, not to mention noticeable improvements in the way the car rides and handles. Go to your dealer's. Drive a new Chevrolet, get a free sample of Mm Of I1CIUINCI that sure feeling Releases at a touch to allow easy entry Into the rear. to hold seat-backs securely upright. Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Coupe " 140115 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 108 So. Hall Algona, Iowa 295-3554 4444 FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON ALGONA FRIDAY, FEB.10 Garrigan High Auditorium from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. EXPERTS CORN-SOYBEAN l_ I N I WEED CONTR01 - INSECT CONTROL - DRYING Visit With Clyde Might - Nat'l Corn Growing Champ Bring Yourself, Your Neighbors - An Enjoyable And Instructive Day Awaits You FEB. 10 What About. . . SOYBEANS, The Cinderella Crop I REGISTRATION AWARDS 9 A.M. - Tractor Radio 1 P.M. - Treatment Oiler Given by Pamline Windup Award - Portable TV YOUR HOSTS : THESE SUPPLIERS AND THEIR AREA DEALERS Varieties First Name m Heibiode SHELL CHEMICAL CO. BEHLEN And The

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