The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1962 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, August 14, 1962
Page 15
Start Free Trial

Senfral School Opening Set For Aug. 27 Fenton — Sentral schnni s,m»,. — • .j . S6ntral sch ° 01 Super- mtendent D. G. Keoppel released the following, school news this week. Sentral schools will open Aug 27 "' 8 : 3 ° «•«• and will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m. the first day. Stu- dents who have not previously registered should register at the high school building between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Aug. 20 and 21. Parent - teacher conferences \wl\l be held for the kindergarten HI-BOY AND PLANE SPRAYING $1.50 PER ACRE - CHEMICAL FURNISHED 6 Ib. BUTYL ESTER - l P | N T PER ACRE. DEALERS FOR HAHN HI-BOY SPRAYERS. ONE NEW HI-BOY AVAILABLE BECAUSE OF END OF SEASON. WILD DISCOUNT ! FRANK BAU BANCROFT, IOWA Phone 5081 Or 5121 (32-33-34*) Make the FIRST off EVERT MONTH i Discover the real wning power of your savings on Aug. 27 at Lone Rock and i Fenton on Aug. 28. Their classes will begin on Aug 29 with classes in Lone Rock in the forenoon and in Fenton in the afternoon. Book rental will be the same as last year as will (he school lunch prices. Student in surance is available. Sentrals three new teachers arc Mrs Rupert Caballero, Ringsted, a former teacher at Arlington, la who will teach third grade in Fen ton. Her husband in the new ele mentary principal in Ringsted Mrs James Ellerston, Ringsted, t graduate of S.C.I, and a teacher at Woden - Crystal Lake for two years, will teach ninth and tenth English. Mrs Edmund O'Brien, Whittemore, a Clarke College, Dubuque, graduate will teach llth and 12th English, teach speech and dramatics. iSFI This time of year there's always good news aplenty about the profits folks earn on their savings with us. CURRENT EARNINGS 4% COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1917 MAKING YOUR TOWN A BETTER TOWN IN WHICH TO LIVE IN THROUGH SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS. 2 Door Beauty I Frigidaire Budget Buy! FD-J3T-62 13.24 ey. ft. net capacity • No defrosting ever In Refrigerator Section! • Spacious 100-lb. zero zone Freezer- separate insulated door. * Twin fruit and vegetable Hydrators. i * Store more in storage door j Eggs, butter—even talr bottles, J / 2 gallon bottles! Famed Frigidaire Dependability! ONLY $279.95 with qualified trade easy Urmi fnoouar or oiM(n«k MOTOR* BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE CY 4-3613 Seneca Stars Achievement Day Hosts Seneca — The Seneca Stars 4-H club held achievement day Thursday at the Seneca Lutheran church parlors. Mrs Henry Looft and Mrs Maynard Jensen served as judges and chose the following articles for competition at the Kossuth County fair. Linda Kracht and Cathy Bergum, painted boxes; Anne Fortnej and Cathy Bergum, mounted pic- ures; Linda Kracht, accessory grouping; Becky Jensen and Anne Fortncy, desk accessories; enameled article, Cathy Bergum; article finished with natural wood, jinda Kracht and Anne Fortney;. Lapback pillow, Francine Stefan- ki; table mat, Anne Fortney; imple curtains, Cathy Bergum; leaning basket, Audrey Bergum; overed storage box, Audrey Berum; laundry bag, Audrey Berum and Roxanne Stefanski; well elected picture in natural frame, oleen Mueller and Andrea Stefan- ki; natural wood finished article, \udrey Bergum and Jill Jensen; efinished furniture with accessor- cs, Joleen Mueller and Andrea tefanski. The club will be represented by senior demonstration team composed of Joleen Mueller and Andrea . Stefanski. •* • *. •• ' -•^ » ~ * ^ •*[• Rev. and Mrs Mark Svaren and children of Sioux Falls were Monday dinner guests of the Curtis Olsens. Mrs Svaren is the former Helen Cody. Mrs Elmer Letcher of Alexandria, S. D. arrived Saturday for r visit at the home of her daughter and family, the Lester Osborns Mr and Mrs Junior Tennyson and son of St. James, Minn., spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Osborn home. Mrs Everett Zitterich, Steven and Zoe Ann of Terril visited several days at the parental, Curtis Olsens. Rev. and Mrs Paul Mork and sons of California are visiting at the home of her parents, the Otto Wilbergs, Ringsted, and with other relatives and friends in this area. Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner and children of Spirit Lake spent Sunday at the Raymond Gardner and the Charles Beaver homes. Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family, Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen and their house guests, Mrs Everett Zitterich and children, were guests of the Howard Prestons a', a picnic dinner Sunday noon. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club demonstration team received blue ribbon on their demonstration given last Monday night at the demonstration contest held at Burt. Representing the local club were Lowell Mueller and Thomas Lynch. Their demonstration svas on "How to pull names with a hammer." Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andrea and children were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Louis Lammers, Graettinger. They were supper guests at the home of Mr Andre's parents, the John Andres, Emmetsburg. Harms Family Holds Reunion At Portland Portland — A Harms family reunion and family picnic was'held last Sunday at Elmore. About 50 relatives gathered for the occasion. The families attending were the Carl Harms, Ralph Harms, Jesse Harms, John K. Harms, Herman Harms, Albert Harms, Harlan Harms, Martin Harms, Johnny H. Harms, Loren Hanson, Rollo Moores and Jenny Harms, all of Burt and Titonka. Mr and Mrs Phil Carlson of Algona were Wednesday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms home. Mr and Mrs Howard Dawson and family of Casper, Wyo., came Wednesday and will spend a week visiting in the Howard Sparks lome. Mrs Dawson and Mrs Sparks are sisters. They will spend three weeks here visiting •elatives. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks and Jim were Monday supper guests in the home of Mrs -eon Gifford, Britt. Mrs Howard Sparks w.s ss at a coffee party in the home f her mother, Mrs Guy Uimonu, Jritt, in honor of her sister, Mrs Howard Dawson. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and can attended a Wood family pic ic last Sunday at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs C. W. Heerdt went o Fort Dodge Friday morning. They accompanied their son and vife, Mr and Mrs Gene Heerdt f Burt. Dennis Heerdt and David Bunk- foske went to Corydon where they visited Mr and Mrs Herman Bunkofske, grandparents of David Bunkofske and Mr and Mrs Dell Bonnett, Mr and Mrs Sonny Godden and Mr and Mrs Clarence Bunkofske, all uncles and aunts of David. On the way home, they stopped at Marshalltown, where they visited a cousin of Dennis Heerdt's. The boys left Sunday and came home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and Jean visited in the Melvin Von Bank home, Livermore, Thursday evening. "It is so easy to mistake our prejudices for our good judgment." 14, 1362 Atgsna (la.) Upper DOS Moltie*-? blazp destroyed a one story barn nnd about 1,500 bales of hay aftd straw. The blaze was attributed to faulty electrical wiring. The Johnsons have lived twelve years on the farm owned by Mrs Loretta Jensvold of Depew. Loss to both was partly covered by insurance. IRVINGTON By Marguerite Hayes Mr and Mrs Jack Schulz and family left Thursday by car for San Diego, Cal. where they will visit relatives. Enrotite they plan nod to spend some lime at Yellowstone park. Air ana Mrs John W. Frankl, Margaret, Ann and Daniel, of Arington, Va., were guests at the lome of Mrs Marie Frankl over the past weekend. They also visited other relatives in this vicinity, and left Monday for Minneapolis o visit Mr and Mrs Donald Frankl. The B. A. Frankl and Don Bormann families returned Thursday from a week's outing in Minnesota. Mrs Elmer Dole and Mrs John Dole and Matthew spent Wednesday at Mason City with the former's aunt, Sadie Yanke who has been ill. Peggy Gales of Chicago spent the past week here with her father, Chris Gales. Mrs John Altman and Dianne and her sister, Peggy Gales, left Monday for Techny, 111. to attend 25th anniversary of Sister Carla, Lucille Gales, a nun at Holy Ghost Convent. Mr and Mrs Glen Black of Burt spent Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Ditsworth. Leroy Scheppmann and family of San Diego, Cal. called on friends here Thursday. They are visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppmann at Algona. Leroy is Chief Warrant Officer in U.S. Navy and has now completed 23 years service. Notes Of Servicemen Fire Dept. Gives Cylinder Assist Fenton — The Fenton fire de-. partment was called Saturday evening, Aug. 4, at about 6 p.m. to assist the Cylinder fire department who stood vigil all that night at the Lloyd Johnson farm a mile and a half south of Depew. The Methodist W.S.C.S. Fenton — The Fenton Methodist W.S.C.S. met Friday afternoon, Aug. 3, in the church parlors. Mrs Curtis Lura led the devotions and Mrs Eugene Huskamp presented the program, her daughter Trudy who showed slides of her trip with a Methodist Youth Fellowship group to New York and Washington, D. C. During the. business meeting plans were made"fdr>"a j guest day to be held in September. The hostesses were Mrs Clayton Dilsworth, Mrs Elwin Schlei and Mrs Lavon Steinb< rger. PKNSACOLA, FLA. — Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade Terence S. Kcncfick, son of Dr. and Mrs John N. Kcncfick of Algona, is attending the Naval School of Pro Flight at the Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla. The six-week course for aviation officer indor- trinecs covers basic pro-flight instructions and military introduction courses. SAN DIKGO. Calif. — Delberte D. Johnson, fireman apprentice. USN, son of Mr and Mrs Sidney D. Johnson of 314 West Nebraska, Algona, was scheduled to complete recruit training, August 3, at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, During the nine-week indoctrination period, recruits are trained in physical fitness, basic military law, military drill, customs and etiquette of the naval service, swimming and survival, first aid and basic shipboard routine. During the training, recruits re ceive tests and interviews which determine future training and as signments in the Navy. —o— ANNAPOLIS, Md. — -Midship man Robert C. Percival, son of Mr and Mrs Clayton Percival of 822 South Harlan st., Algona, has joined the class of 1966 at the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis. Md.! and is undergoing summer "plebe training" at the academy in preparation for joining the brigade of midshipmen in the fall. The two months of military indoctrination during the summer is designed to teach the new plebes the ways of Navy and Naval Academy life. They are taught to march and to wear the Navy uniform correctly. They also learn Navy terminology and begin some academic work. Midshipmen undergo an exten sive training program during theii four years at the Academy, including three summer training cruises. The curriculum consists of 160 semester hours, and every midshipman must participate in one of the many sports offered. Upon graduation, midshipmen receive a bachelor of science degree and are commissioned ensign in the Navy or second lieutenant in the Marine Corps, Army or Air Force. Look Hhecidff THE 1962 CORN CROP ISN'T TOO FAR AWAY IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT i'l Sentral School Election, Sept, 10 Ft'iiion—A Sentral School board election will be held the second Monday in September, Sept. 10 The three-year terms of Eugene Huskamp and Willard Menu are expiring and the two year term of school treasurer Angus Cotton will expire. Nomination papers can be secured from the school secretary Roger Osborn and must be filed no later than noon Aug. 31. UtiUTNING A bolt of lightning killed 15 hogs oil the Bill Ilorr farm near Stanwood recently. Horr and his son, Larry, were standing near the truck intending to load the hogs for market when the lightning struck. The force of the bolt knocked tarry down. Neither was injured. LOADED WITH **» i LAUGHS 'FOLLOW THE ADVENTURES, OF kAie\ / DOCTOR Dr. Carl J. Bradley was honored recently by the town of Newhall for 50 years of service in the Newhall area. He has delivered over 3,OCO babies in those 50 years. Butler Grain Bins i Look for the Butler trademark before you buy Butler quality grain bins are pre-cnglneered to^etac*- Ing standards by the men who know grain storago best. They go up quickly-last longer. They give yow the safest, most dependable storage you can buy. What's more . . . it's easy to convert a Butler btn Into an on-farm drying system if you decide to stpn. AND dry your grain. It costs little more to own the very best. As your local Butler Blue Ribbon Dealer, we'll be happy to discuss your grain storage needs with you. Just us a call or stop by. There's no obligation, Your full-line headquarters for Butler quality farm equipment WE INVITE FURTHER INQUIRY 116 So. Thoringfon ALGONA CY 4-2421 The gasoline improvement you can actually see... Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Look for it right on the gasoline pump nozzle Final Filtered •ij CO-OP CR£AM£RJK / Ma^gjctuktM of Juicy Gnuu*l#f&«tfVL WHI1UMORE 8-3361 • IONE ROCK-WAS3245 • JWEACITY-BR24S8K / Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery StoPfM-ReHeves Pain H. _ fl«t time fcience has found % n«» healing lubaUnco with the estua- Uhing gbility t» .brink hemor- raoKJi, (top itching, «od r«li«y* pain - without lurgsry. In case after c* 3 e, whfl« gentlj »ctu»l r«ducti«B th«t «off,r«ri Mtonuhing |t#Um«nt» likt * b»T« ceased to b» • problem I* Tb« tecret U \ new beating iab- «t»nc« (Bio-Dyn9«)-di»coTer7 «f t wortd-f»mou» research institute, Tbui »ubjUnc« it now »vaiUbl« »««<»«? ,r »t*tn«*i Oil ^-ONLYAT STANDARD OIL DEALERS Today's cars need gasolines free of microscopic particles that used to be no problem. These contaminants clog the filter car makers put in luel lines to protect precision carburetors. Filter clogging cuts power and acceleration, can even stop your car. American Oil Research found a solution—the American FINAL/FILTER, the red filter you'll sea on the pump nozzle only at Standard Oil Dealers. At no extra cost, AMISKICAN* Brand Gasolines are Final Filtered as they go into your tank. Look for the American FINAL/ FILTEU —the improvement you can actually see! You expect mor& from Standard you ,«ieea STANDARD oi> OIVISION AMERICAN 911, COMPANY* Get Standard Oil Products in Algona at ... STRAYER STANDARD SERVICE DIAL CYpress 4-3372 STATE & JONES

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free