The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 13
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365 Lakota Enrollment As School Term Begins a TU.-I t .t.^i^ ft • .. *»^ Lakota - The Lakota Consoli- date . c ] Independent School opened on Monday, Aug. 27 with 365 enrolled. New teachers hi the high school this year are: Earl Zwagguman, boys coach, who will teach general Science, physics and chemis Miss Rcnce Chaussele who will teach English I & II and French. New grade teachers arc: Joan Larson, 1st grade; Alaver Dorsey 5th grade; and Jake Wagenaar 6th grade. ' High School teachers returninc ai- e: Supt.jlohn^ W. Cook, Geomej ARE ENGINE TUNE- UPS NECESSARY? Did you ever use an ordinary lead pencil 'way beyond the point at which it should be sharpened? Then you know it writes poorly, less legibly, and eventually ceases to write at all. Hotighly speaking, much the same thing happens to a car engine that has worn itself out of adjustment. Like the pencil, It needs "resharpcning". Think of this: in only one mile, a spark plug fires a thousand times and each pair of valves opens and closes with each firing. The d i s t r i butor points open and close 8,000 times and the fuel pump D. NELSON P um P s a thousand times a minute. An average dozen carburetor parts are activated with each gas pedal movement. And all of these movements cause wear. Five thousand miles after a tune- up your engine has lost considerable power and economy, though you may not notice it since you have been getting used to the decline gradually. But there is no reason why a 30,000 mile engine should not function with new efficiency providing these wear tolerances arc properly adjusted. At Kossuth Motor- Go.- our tune- up mechanics first clean and adjust the plugs and points. They rebalance the carburetor's intake of air and fuel and re-time the ignition firing to compensate for lost compression. They make these adjustments, and many others, to prevent abnormal wear that results from NEGLECTED normal wear. Without doubt, the money spent on regular engine tune-ups comes back to you in longer engine life, greater economy and with a bonus of new-car pcrfor- KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. "Make Our Chevrolet Garage Your One-stop Sales & Service Headquarters" try and advanced Algebra; Principal Helvick, American History and World History; V. A. Barrett, Band instructor, Geography and Government; Charles P e r r i n Math, Industrial Arts and Algebra; Donald Bulfer, vocal music; Mrs Budlong, Home Economics, Biology and Arts handicraft; Mrs Kiewiet, Commercial subjects. Grade teachers returning are: Mrs Winter, Kindergarten; Mrs Grace Anderson, 2nd; Mrs Lois Orvick, 1st and 2nd combination; Mrs Helen Nelson, 3rd grade; Mrs Charlotte Thorland, 4th grade; Mrs Clara Hassel, 5th & 6th combination; Donald Peterson and Mrs Keil, 7 & 8 Department; Mrs Mattison, remedial reading. Hot Lunch cooks are Mrs Bierstedt, Mrs Jake Peterson, Mrs Ervin Schwarz and Mrs Herman Weringa. Custodians are Henry Mittchell and Gottlieb Reiffer, Mrs Margie Richardson is secretary. A new school bus has been purchased and a new concrete area has been added to the playground. The expected enrollment for the high school is 115 and for the grade school 250. The addition of French and Economic Geography has been added to the high school curriculum. Mrs Jennie Gutknecht has been a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital. Carmen Cook attended an August Training Conference at Westminster Heights near Minneapolis. The Thompson family reunion was held at the State Park at Clear Lake. Attending from this area were Mr and Mrs Lauren .Thompson and family, Mr and Mrs Evereta Thompson and family of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs George Wempem and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Melvin Harringa and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and family of Spencer, Beth Johnson of Lakota and Marion Burt of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Hilmer Hanson and Mr and Mrs Otto Englebarts are home after a week vacation at Womans Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt and Steven and Mr and Mrs Gerald Bierstedt of Platteville, Wis. went to Denver, Colo, to visit at the Max Bierstedt home. They re- tUrriecThome' on Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Paul Kollasch and family have returned a two week sightseeing trip to west. They visited an Army buddy of Paul's at Elgin, Neb. and with Paul's brother and family, the Richard Kollaschs at Artesia, Colo. Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen accompanied Mr and Mrs Alvin Rippcntrop of Titonka to the Wisconsin Dells recently. Guests at the home of Mrs Mary Tclkamp recently to help her celebrate a birthday were the following members of the birthday club, Mrs L. A. Nitz, Mrs Richard Zielske, Mrs Henry Blome, Mrs Lena Schwarz, Mrs George Hey- c.s, Mrs Rugus Olthoff, Mrs Tena Price, Mrs Earl Paulson, Miss Hannah Heetland and Mrs John Clingerman of Elmore, Minn. • Mr and Mrs Phillip Schroeder of Ames came to Lakota for three weeks between quarters before returning to Iowa State University for his Junior year. St. Benedict SUNDAY EVENING BIBLE INSTITUTE (OR RELIGIOUS NIGHT SCHOOL) EVERY SUNDAY SEPT. 16 THROUGH NOV. 11 AT 7:30 P.M. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH ALGONA, IOWA i l-EPISTUE TO THE ROMANS. 2-WQRSHIP IN WORD AND SACRAMENT. 3-INTRQDUCTIQN TO THE NEW TESTAMENT. 4-REUGIQUS BODIES IN AMERICA. 5-CHRISTIAN FAMILY LIFE. 6-MY GOD AND I (TEENAGERS). THESE CLASSES OPiN TO EVERY. ONE, SPONSORED BY MISSOURI SYNOD LUTHERAN CHURCHES OF THE AIGONA CIRCUIT Mr and Mrs V. A. Barrett spent several days last week with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Alan Hiscocks in Des Moines. They were Friday overnite guests at another daughter and family, the Clark Stevens in Alden, Iowa and were Saturday dinner guests at the George Schulte home in Alexander, Iowa. Afternoon visitors at the Pete Theisen home were Mr and Mrs Virgil Blakesley of Coon Rapids, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Bmil Lauderville of St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Morris Wortman and family of Venice, Calif, and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Herbers and children of Inglewood, Calif, came to spend two weeks visiting relatives here. Recent supper guests at the John Fursts were Mr and Mrs Lear Cortmaker and Mr and Mrs Henry Uffen and family all of Miller, So. Dak. Mr and Mrs Richard Zielske were at the Elmer Zielske homo at Winnebago to make the acquaintance of a new grandson. Mr and Mrs Earnest Christ and Mr and Mrs Curtis Anderson and Cindy drove to Dayton where they visited Mrs Emma Anderson. Visitors at the Herman Juttings were Mr and Mrs AlBSrt Ingel- britson and Mariin of Frost and Mr and Mrs George Jacobs and family of Poynette, Wis. Rev. and Mrs Tab Loats and family of Santa Ana, Cal. were guests on Monday at the Andrew Jansen home. Monday afternoon they left to visit relatives in Mason City and from there returned to their home at Santa Ana. About 30 boys who played in the Pee Wee and Midget ball teams t,his summer attended the ball game in Minneapolis on Monday. The Lakota Community Club helped sponsor the event. SENECA NEWS Blakjer Women Blakjer American L u t h e r a n church women met at the church Thursday with Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mrs Kenneth Halverson as hostesses. Mrs John Johannesen had charge of Ihe devotions and Mrs Otto Wilberg presented the Bible study. The cause of Pensions was presented by Mrs Art Bergum. A skit on pensions was given by Mr:. Bergum, Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mrs John Johannesen. Mrs Amey Chcrland gave a re port on the convention. Mrs Uaylord Olsen and Mrs Mel vin Bratrud will be the September hostesses. The Cause of the Month will be given by Bertha Olsen. Seneca 4-11 Mel Seneca Progressive Farmer's- 4-H club met at the home of Tim and Tom Struecker Aug. 6. The business meeting closer 1 with the 4-H pledge. Tim Strueck er led the discussion topic based on the statement, "Inadequate Wiring Costs You." Tom Struecker gave a demon- stratiorj on photographing livestock. The September meeting will be held at the home of Loren Menz. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family have been attending the Worlds Fair at Seattle. Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen and dau> Enters who have been visiting relatives at Alliance, Ohio, arc expected to return home the early part of this week. Dwane Johannesen and David Looft returned home last Sunday after having spent two weeks at summer camp near Milwaukee Wis. They are with the National Air Guard, the Fort Dodge unit. Mrs Looft spent the two weeks with her parents, the Glenn Hoppes, at Truman, year at Iowa State University. Kathryn Johannesen planned to leave for St. Paul, Sunday, where she. wig. resujag hjjr Judith Kathryn Froehlich, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Froehlich of Algona, became the bride of James A. Rosenmeyer son of Mr and Mrs Al Rosenmyer of Cor with, in a ceremony Aug. 22 in St. Benedict Catholic church. Rev. Nicolas Ruba officiated at the double ring ceremony. Oscar Froehlich and William Biggins were acolytes. Sister Mary Janet was organist and the girls' choir sang. Mrs Thomas Arndorfer was matron of honor and Linda Froehlich and Mrs Ronald Rosenmeyer were bridesmaids. Ronald Rosenmeyer was best man and Lee Froehlich and Warren Ludwig were groomsmen. Thomas Arndorfer and Loren Arndorfer seated the guests. The bride wore a gown of shadow lace over bridal satin. It had a fitted bodice, scalloped sab- rina neckline, short sleeves, and bouffant floor length skirt with brush train. Her pouf illusion veil fell from a crown of orange blossoms and rhinestones. Her flowers were deep pink roses and slephanotis with long streamers. A dinner and reception for 135 guests was held at the Knights of Columbus hall. A dance was held in the evening. Marge Becker and Mrs Ralph ^orey registered the guests, Suz- nnha Schenk and Myra Lou Brown poured, Carol Frideres, Jo Ann Klemm and Margia Froehlich were in charge of the gift table and Mrs John Birk and Mrs Dan Froehlich cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school and has been employed at the North Iowa Directory Service here. The bridegroom is a graduate of LuVerne high school and is a farmer. After a wedding trip to Chicago the couple will live on the bridegroom's farm. (Glenn's Studio Photo - L'dm Engraving) RINGSTED By Mrs. Marie Hansen Mrs Katie Haahr has closed her home and has established a suite at the Methodist Manor at Storm Lake. Mrs Shirley Stefanski of Fenton and Mrs Mary Kane of Emmetsburg have been hired as first grade teachers to fill vacancies in the Ringsted teaching staff. Arnold Lund has been awarded the part- time bus drivers job, he will drive in the afternoon, and Coach John Manson in the morning. Mrs Maxine Johannesen of Anchorage, Alaska has buen visiting the home of her niece, Mrs John Schupfer, and with relatives at Armstrong. Andrew Olson purchased the home of the late Mrs Mary Long at the public auction, recently. 16 New Vehicles Registered Here A total of 16 new cars and trucks vcrc sold by area dealers to Kossuth county residents during the )ast week, according to records at the county treasurer's office here. Owners of new vehicles are: Ford — Tri-County Drying Assoc., Whittemore, pickup; M. & J. Erpelding, Wesley; R. M. An- lerson, Swea City; and D. E Jaas, Lakota. Tuesday, September 4, 1962 Atfiona (lo.) Upper 0*t Moin«-5 International — Johnson Pro* duce, Swea City. Chevrolet — A. L. Goetsch, Lu- Verne; L. G. or Jean Pettiecord, Algona; C. B. Plath, Bode; E. W. or Ruth Daniels, Algona; Charles or Jewell Heinkel, LuVerne; and R. E. or Mildred Hammerstrorn, Lone Rock. Chrysler — Percival Motors, Algeria. Olds — E. W. Banwart, West Bend. Dodge — Elmer Schneider, Bancroft. Mercury - L. W. Callies, Titonka; and Henry Gray, Titonka. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the UppeJ Des Moines P\ib. Co., Algona. Hood At this price, you can buy two pairs... one for parties, one for play .. . then your little gal will have twice as much fun. You get the same quality, the same outstanding fit you expect... from Robin Hood. She'll love the sparkling new styles, too. NEW SHIPMENT OF FLATS JUST ARRIVED FOR GOING BACK-TO-SCHOOL ALL SIZES, ALL WIDTHS, AND ALL THE NEW FALL COLORS. BROWN kil* SHOE STORE ALGONA, IOWA Phone CY 4-4371 — ALGONA — FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION of Algona ANNOUNCES A DIVIDEND Which will soon be paid to stockholders whc- have Federal Land Bank farm loans through the association. H»n,j w Th *« B « ard ^u 0 '^ 0 ! 1 "" 5 , declared thi * dividend following receipt of divi, dendI No. 55 from The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, following the established practice of sharing earnings and savings with member-borrowers through dividends or interest redgetipns, or both. . "irwugn givi FEDEKAL LAND BANK LOANS on land provide for LONG TERM T— No commission* or renewals. PAYMENT IN A0VANCE ANY TIME WITHOUT PENALTY APAPTABILITY TQ CHANGING NEEDS. I * BNAI '™LOW PAYMENTS, and pther advantages. For inforniHtjoji on FEDERAL LAND BANK farm loano, see or write us at ... FEDERAL LAND,BANK ASSOCIATION South of Penneys in Algona (Preferably Monday* or Wednesdays) I. H. HWTCHINS, M*nager §TELLA MAE BRE|N, Ass't. Mgr. LARRY SEVERSQN, Field A«'t. • • * * "New" don't mean '62 "New" means 1963 Yes, the all new, 1963 Sfordy Frlgidaire washer* and matching dryers are here - right now! New FRIGIDAIRE Wasiaer soaks, washes automatical! Model WD-63, 4 colors or white • New 1Mb. capacity! • Cleans clothes inside and out! • Rinses extra-clean and bright! '• Suds saver Model WDR-63 { saves gallons of water! __ Ask about exclusive 15-Year Lifetime Test! THE STURDYFRIGIDAIRE WASHER Today, you can start enjoying such exciting washday advancements as the new BIG WASH ! Frigi- daire 1963 washers do a big 12-pound load. And the new, more powerful, 3-ring pump agitator geh ALL wash loads clean — inside and out! Budget-priced FRIGIDAIRE Dryer even "thinks" for itself! Model DD-63, electric, 4 colors or white • Automatic Dry control measures moisture — shuts off when clothes are just-right dry! Or set drying time yourself. • Only Frlgidaire has Flowing Heat— • safer than sunshine! • No-stoop lint screen on the doort • 5-position Fabrics selector matches heat to the fabric. , Insist on Frlgidaire Dependability! FLOWING HEAT DRYER The new, matching 1963 Frigidaire gas & electric dryers have a new, improved flowing heat system. It dries clothes faster^ safer than sunshine. Frigi- dgire electric filtrator dryers do away - completely away — with venting and plumbing. Choice of 4 color* or whits in most models. All porcelain cabinets available. Yes, "new" means 1963 - and the Frigidaire family of dependable appliances. Special Introductory Prices Include Delivery, Installation and Warranty! Nothing Down • . . Low Monthly Payments WE SERVICE WHAT WE $EU! Beecher Lane Appliance "The Wildest Trader In Town" CY 4-3613 Algona ?15 E. State

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