The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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SEPTEMBER 4, 1962 Wyt llsona Sap Dept. of History and Des Moines 19, Iowa Teaching And College Trek At Offosen SEPTEMBER 4, 1962 Ottoscn - Eight local young people and two husbands of Ot- tpsen girls are in teaching positions this year and 13 high school graduates will soon be attending various colleges. Mrs Glenn Jacobson, nee Priscilla Holt, is living at Grand Forks, No. Dak, and will teach French i high school. Mrs Larry Rigler, nee Judj Struthers, is teaching first grad WHICH WAY ( 0ut—out—out4~of our showrooms and onto the road-at the lowest prices ever. We're rdally moving out every COMET, METEOR and MON- jTEREY we've got! And you can really save, if you buy now. The '63's are coming soon-and we've got to have room! Come in for the car deal of a lifetime! Best buys on used cars, too! Buy now and save! < COMET longer, heavier, bigger where it counts! Fine car styling — economy plus performancel <METEOR Medium size beauty with a big-car ride! Costs less than half of compact car models! MONTEREY* Luxury lender of thcmcdium- price field! Top performance and slyle-amazing value! TAYIOR 105 South Phillips MERCURY Algona, Iowa in Chicago. Mrs Howard Klemme, hed Wanda Jacobson, is teaching fourth grade for the fourth year at Hubbard. Patty Struthers is teaching 2nd grade at the Twin Rivers grade school here. Martha Usher is teaching second grade for the second year at Lincoln school at Eagle Grove. Mrs Conrad Johnson is teaching Kindergarten at Ottosen half day! Roger Madsen teaches comtnen. cial subjects at Graettinger. j John Larson, who is married td the former Marilyn Larson, teaches social studies and coaches In junior high school at Carter Lake. ; Donald Lange, who is married he former Marilyn Long, teach ndustrial arts and drivers tr, ng at Ayrshire. The following students are en-! oiled in schools and colleges:] Wary Ann Benkendorf is a student! t Hamilton business college at< tfason City; Carolyn Malmin wP axe a business course at A.I.B. Des Moines; Bea Ricke, who ha$ seen making her home with the^ acob Ryg family, will attemfj eauty school at Mason City; iana Struthers will be a senior in education at Drake University Des Moines. Mary Anne Holt will be a fresh man in liberal arts at St. Ola College, Northfield, Minn.; Jerr Wehrspann, a senior at Iowa Stat University, has been a surveyo at the earth dam at Los Banos Cal. during vacation; Jerry's bro ther, Neil Wehrspann will be a freshman at I.S.U. in telecommu mcative arts; Terry Lee will also be a freshman at I.S.U. and wil be enrolled in mechanical engi neering. Donald Waechter is a junior at the State University of Iowa ai Iowa City. His major is physics- Charles Welter will be a freshman at I.S.U. this fall; Ronald Adams, with a major in history and English is a senior at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls; Gary Schultz will be a junior at S.C.I. His major is biology; James Behnkendorf will complete his fourth sem- :ster at junior college in Fort Dodge. His major is law. Final Feed Grain Program Pmt., T/2 Million, Underway Checks Going Margene Mertz Air Stewardess With Continental Religion Classes A series of evening religious classes at Trinily Lutheran church here will begin Sept. 10 and be held each Sunday evening through Nov. 11. Different subjects will be discussed each night and the classes are open to everyone. The sessions will be sponsored by the Algona Circuit of the Missouri Synod Lutheran Churches. Margene Mertz, 21, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Mertz, Algona, was a recent graduate from Continental Airlines' hostess training school at Los Angeles. She las been assigned to Denver and s flying aboard Continental's Golden Jet Boeings and jet-powered Viscount Us. A native of Algona, Miss Mertz s a graduate of Garrigan High School of this city. Extension Family Living Group To Offer Playlet The Extension Family Living program for 1962-63, will be pre sented to club chairman and vice :hairman the afternoon of Friday Sept. 7. The kick-off program begins at 1:30 p.m. at the Methodist church, Algona. The Extension Family Living jrogram is available to any interested social or study group of adies in the county. The lessons, Dne each month, are conducted by he County Extension Home Econ- mist, Mrs Norma Morgan, Algona, or a specialist from Iowa State University, Ames. A play entitled "Help Wanted" will be presented by ladies of the county Family Living Committee- Mrs Everett Hanna, Lone Rock; Mrs J. B. Asa, Algona; Mrs Robert Boleneus, Wesley; Mrs John Blumer, Livermore; Mrs Henry Steenhard, Lakota; Mrs Lament Wellendorf, Algona, and Mrs August Brandt. STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Moines. Out Most Of September Checks totaling approximately $1.500.000 arc now being mailed out, as fast as processing can take place, to farmers in Kossuth cotin ty as second half payment for acres diverted under the feed grain program, according to the local ASCS office. Last spring the first half payment totaled Sl,2:i2,5in.3G. Some of the checks have already been mailed, and the remainder will be processed and mailed as rapidly as possible, a task that Resenting Payment* Payments for resealing corn are also being made right along, which should benefit (he financial situation of the area. ,, Farmers receive M cents a bus. v-l for resealing and storing corn ,\im another year. There are 2,813 commercial farms in the county, according to latest available 'igures. into the month of will run well September. Wait F'or Letters Farmers were eligible for pay. ments if they had diverted 20 percent or more of their feed grain acres. The actual acreage each farm took out of production is determined and the total amount due all participating farmers is compiled from that basis. However, each farmer who has participated in the feed grain program, can save himself an unnecessary visit if he waits until he receives a notice to call at the ASCS office on a specific day to sign the necessary papers for the second half payment. Such notices are mailed as soon as the prelim- nary paper work has been completed. Checks will then be mailed out a few days after their visit to the county ASCS office. Kossuth Junior Leaders Met Here Aug. 28 The August meeting of the Kossuth County Junior Uaders was held Aug. 28 at Bryant school. Highlight of the program was a report by Brig Godara, exchange student from India. Other reports were Rosemary Discs and Don Madsen, leadership camp, and Mary Reilly, State Fair. The new committee includes Linda BrLslow, Bernadette Hubert lUlen Seimer, Louis Erpelding Galen Metzger, Alan Bode, Richard Olson and Chris Nygaard. Bob Ellefson In Coast Guard Robert E. Ellefson enlisted in the United States Coast Guard in the rating of Seaman recruit at the Recruiting Station, Omaha, Neb He was transferred to the USCG Receiving Center, Alameda, Calif, where he will receive 12 week! of extensive basic training. Bob, resided with his father, Robert Ernest Ellefson, at 920 South Harriet St., Algona, prior to his enlistment in the U.S. Coast Guard In June 1962, Bob graduated from Algona Community High School to the other 8 eggs? Truth is, the hens just didn't produce them Our picture shows the important of quate water for poultry. Anegg is 2/3 water th°irT " TO •I Cn TPJHIIffi yi inscmiles © IP <Q> m. T^ Handbag Harmony Be in tune with Fall fash- Ion, select from our lovely handbags. They'll accompany your every costume with distinction. $3.00 to $19.98 cow should have ftom 12 to 15 each 250 Jb. hog n *ds 2 a day An adequate electric wafer systemean nip,' Ply all the farm water needed, dependably and economically, Poes your pn«nt W8t <i system meet these basic needs? ALGONA Municipal Utilities "livt Boner Electrically" PURSE HEADQUARTERS IN ALGONA CHRISCHILLES STORE

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