The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 16, 1960
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2-Alflona (In,) Upper Da Molnw , Tuesday, Aug, 16, 1966 ^ -T ti- ,„ f, -.-i *$_'_.._AJ-r.'-lTr-*-^-^- nilli'tr-i^V" •--'^"-' -itl*"- •-••* »-.*i~Jg ..»*.*=-. A. i^L-.Y'-"--*' ' *--*-—— s "" Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder and "family are vacationing this week at Volga, S.D. i'. Joe Bradley returned Siiurday tifrprri Rocheste^ Minn., \yhere he ^ha'd 1 been a Medical jsatient. — o — Mr and Mrs Art WSese spent Elaturday at Blairsburg with Mr Jgand Mrs Frank Pruisman, Jr. * Mr and Mrs Jack Wedefqirlsl il)iavo named their son, born Aug. e3 at St. Ann hospital, Jon Brian. ,, Mr and Mrs Roger Hoover are Hhe parents of a 6 pound, 4 ounce v son born Aug. 9 at St. Ann hos- tt< Mrs Ch'arles Lafcarre is a ^medical patient at St. Ann hospital, haying been admitted 'Sun- ' , "*; Mr; and Mrs Tom Rich are .Tparents of a' 7 pound, 13 ounce ^daughter born Saturday at St. ^Ann hospital. • 4i V Mrs A. E. Kresensky has * re•s>turned from Cedar Falls where ^he attended a week's' session ;i>f a Bible camp. ;-'; Mrs Kalherine McMurray was "^dismissed "Sunday from St. Anp -hospital where she was a medical] patient for ten days. v Mr and Mrs G. W. Slillman <Jliave as their guests their daughter, Mrs Don Jones and Brad and v *Marlin of Mt. Vernori. .!»•., . ' • •-. ?< Sgt. and Mrs Ewald Koch and '^children and Jerri Lytle of Mad- <*ison, Wise, are visiting the, par- &ntal Robert Catneys here. •» Mr and Mrs Bennie Ingelbrit- £zen, former Algonans now of jSvinnebago, Minn., were week : *ed guests of Mr and Mrs Grady ^Phillips. . ', • : : y« . /' - . {*< Mr and- Mrs Glen Crilly of LOB i-Angeles spent several days last Hyeek here with Mr and Mrs l^ex Voyles, and are now at, the ^Robert Lovstad's at Hurt. Other "recent guests of the Voyles 'were \JVlrs Voyles' parents, Mr and Mrs '•ftoger Phillips of Council Bluffs]. Mr and Mrs Calvin Johnson and daughter, Diane of ' Cleat- Lake were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt. Cornerstone laying ceremonies, for the new Presbyterian church have been set for August 28. A family pot-luck picnic will follow. • , -. • -; —o— First Banns of marriage for Paul Elbert, Livefmore, and Joan •Licktieg, Algona, were announced Sunday at St. Cevielia's Catholic church. . —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Smith ana Steve spent from Sunday until Tuesday of last week ft Stanton, Neb., where they visitid Mr and Mrs Len Vronicar. Mt and Mrs R. B. Waller and Pam, Tom, Steve and Jack spent from Tuesday until Friday at Milwaukee, Wise., where they attended baseball games. ' Mr and Mrs Craig Seely of Sioux Falls, S.p.' spent Sunday here with the parental'HoWard Seelys and were supper guest! of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely. Methodist church here took possession of the house' east of the church,'-owned by Mr and Mrs! Leonard Wa,rnerj 'Aug. 15 and are" remodeling it for additional Sunday School, space. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely and Kendra and Vic plan to go to Pequot Lakes, Minn. Saturday where they will be guests of Mrs Seely'fe sister, Mrs Evelyn Sorenson, 'at Oak Grove Point resort. ' —o— Mr and Mrs Charles McVay returned Tuesday from their annual business tour of Montana. Mr'Me Vay returned there Monday to finish the work of, an associate : who J died recently of a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Wiljis Grimm moved Sunday to the house on McGregor street. The house on Thorington street.occupied by the Grimm's has been s,old to Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee, who will move here soon from Swea City. Mr and!. MrJ fl/M, MonsbrucH had'as their guest over the week| end the, letter's Mater, Mrs- Reft ^hitriey and. daughter,. June of Autella. - "i > . —o— Mr and Mrs Don Ferris had as guests last week, the< letter's parents, Mr and^rs Chester Schouten, and Marilyn and Jan tlls'- ser of Koekuk. Mr and Mrs Don Alt and Marilyn, Sally alfid,, Jimmy of West Des Mines' were, "Weekend Visitors at the home of'Mrs Alt's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Greenberg. —o— Susan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley, is Spending a three "week vacation- with Her parents 'following completion of-hfcr"'edu- cation at the University of Illinois. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Joseph Daniel, son of Mr and Mrs William S. Duffy and Maureen Immaculata, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Reilly. Mr and Mrs Richard Buri and sons speni^last week vacationing at Whjtefish Lake, Minn. Recent guests of the Burts were Mr and Mrs David Dishong and family of. Cedar Rapids. - ' —o—' ' Eight Specs' card , club met Wednesday evening with .Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Prizes .were received by Mrs 4 Harold Hobson, , Mrs Mabel Lee and MrS; : '.Beecher Lane. If *••'>, •**§SL ht wkw ywi i«4tt PRE YUES.- Tho Wm ( teftwii that f«U you weaf PR6 Y •"' . Mrs Edward Owen and daughters, Nancy and Pat, left Thurs day for' their home iff' Chicago after visiting Mrs /Owen's .sister, Mrs Craig Smith here and at the parental J. M. Fleming's at Whittemore. ' ' ' Mr arid Mrs Harold Hobson had as their /«yiests Sunday Dr. and Mrs Ray Hobson and daughter, Alice of Marcus, Mr and Mrs Orrie Hobson of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion. . • — -o — : . • A pool-side parly and buffet was held.. Saturday evening at Algona Country' Club.-, Mr and Mrs Nat Bangs" ana Mr and Mrs, E<jl Gilmoi;e were co-chairman of' the committee, with Mr and Mrs M. H. Honsbruch, Mr and Mrs Clayton Percival, Mr and Mrs Don Sherman and Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan, committee bers. THE STORE WITH THE-SHOES SMART SHOPPERS CHOOSE DIAM Nominate These VaT W . SCHOOL Three cheers for the thrift ticket ! Here's our complete slate of timely buys each a winner on the "Save-More" Back-Tp-School ticket ! took them over ! No matter which ones you vote to buy, you'll get more for your money at DIAMONDS. • $1.00 HOLDS THE JACKET OF YOUR CHOICE. $1.00 Lay - A - Way SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS .. for • ' > '( * I. School Opens Year 1960- j l?«T m I {nc|. oh Wednesday, August 31,'0:66- A.M< All-'elds'seis ''dCfyV " /' " '''''".' ' i '<'"'". n; , r . t ,,, I,operate In half'tlqy sessions stqrtlna Thi|f4d6y, Sept. 1st. _ own pupllt to'fardriopn ^r^nf 0 a Pt seeflenft will be made at the tspenma ''traHojri on Wearieiqby, If possible aetofdlng 16 preferenee of parents. Rural pupil* will be giiighed axtordlriB to bus routes ond will be notified id advanee'. All pefenf* fr§, r«4'uVied tolaetompany child to register on We9neidqy a! hour de*!rf|iafed on mailed notice. Present birth and health certificate* If ~no) a|r*acfy Jr giVeH> • , . - . • ^ ' - t *"" f . >. , • •' ll{. Elementary buildings j .' ^ will house the following grades according to district assignment designated L U E JEANS Solid Blue or Stripe > Men and __ ni} 4 A Boys $4.49 & NKLETS Assorted Colors and Design 3, S1.00 OATS Wools and Gabardine, Short or Lang Men and Boys NIT SHIRTS All Styles ' And Colors §1.98 ROUSERS Pays|yy League Drip Dry $1.99 Up UTSTANDINO SHOi VAIUES Sixes to 3 '/z -JZ*S _ $2.99 $5.99 I X X X X X WEATERS Bulky Knits in Latest Styles and Colors OTTQN SHIRTS Drip Dry Wash and Wear EAVY WT. PARKAS Bqys Wash and Wear Zip Qff Hood IVPRSHQES Boys 4 Buckle, or Zipper UGGAGE AH Metal Footlockers Dust Proof, Too RHH^ ' Hi- 9i' w& Hi wf Hi ^^HH* • HI -^Hi HHRH^ JHJHJHP' UTERWEAR Boys Insulated Suburbans , „ $8,99 in part IV'fcefafo:' - , '' ' A. Third Ward on East Elm and Phillips - grades Kg-1. ', B. Bryan,t on Eeist Northland Moore - grades Kg-6 inclusive. v C. Lucia Wallace on East Kennedy and Phillips - grades Kg-6 inclusive. D. Bertha Godfrey on East State and Main - grades Kg-5 inclusive. IV. Districts for assignment' of town elementary pupils, Kg-6 Inclusive, to, respective buildings for children who live 'in' following areas: A. Third Ward - grades Kg and 1: Wposfer on the west; Call on the South,; WoodWqrd, Diagonal antf Roan on the east; Milwaukee and Northwestern Railroads on 'the north. ^ B. Bryant — Grades Kg and 1 who live north and west of the line: North Wooster to State; west to Dorian; south to McGregor, west to Hall; south on rial! to City limits. Grades 2, 3, 4,5, and 6: same area extended, to East Call and Northwestern Railroads. • C. Lueia Wallace -Grades Kgf-6 inclusive who live south and east of following line: Squth'Hall to McGregor; to Harlan; to State; to Wooster; to Call; to Woodworth; thence south to city limits. D. Bertha Godfrey — all who live in area east of following lines— 1. Grades Kg jand 1: Woodworth north from McGregor, to Diagonal, to Roan. ' 2. Grades 2, 3, 4, and S: , —Woodworth north from McGregor to Call; thence; west to Northwestern- Railroad; thence north to city limits following Northwestern Railroad as boundary. , 3. Grade 6: Assigned to Bryant or Lucia Wallace according to nearest location. • ':• . E. Rural children residing outside the city limits will be assigned according to respective building enrollment loads, details to be given to parents and respective bus drivers prior to the opening of school. V. Enrollment Dates A. Jr.-Sr. High: On Tuesday, August 23, between 9:00 A.M. and 12 noon or between 7:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. at the High School Building ' in the principal's office. ../•<•• 1. Every pupil in 7th grade. , , 2. All pupils in 8th to 12th inclusive who have not previously enrolled in the Algona Schools. J - 3. Pjace of enrollment: Senipr Higli in^ jjrjneipal'ij off ice;_ Junior,, Hjgh in study 'htjlli /> fr >^ -V- ; '-^ *$• fr- '''^ ;i ^.^:^'^ B. All new pupils Kg-6 inclusive, not previously enrolled in the Algona Schools, should report name, address, grade, other data, at the superintendent's office as soon, as possible and not later than Monday, August 22. . . ./ . ' ; VI. Beginning age for kindergarten and first grade IrrtfTmi ' . . ' • A. Five years of age on or before October 15, 1960 for kindergarten — birth certificate required. B. Six years of age on or before October 15, 1960 for first grade. ' .. VII. Twelve rural bus transportation routes have been set up to operate starting Wednesday, August 31. Parents of pupils on'these routes are being notified on details prior to that date. All kindergarten children should be brought in by the parent on Wednesday for registration according to mailed notice. All rural kindergarten children will be transported at mid-day according to schedule starting Thursday. > VIII, Fees for Textbooks, other school supplies, and insurance ' All textbooks are purchased by the school and rented on a non-profit basis according to schedule below. Kindergarten fee includes luncji. Certain fees for workbooks, etc., are collected in addition to schedule in grades 9-12, according to subjects taken. Gym towel service is the junior- senior high. All other items not included above are available at local stores. Uniform fees payable at opening of the school year are: Grade-Kindergarten: $6.00 per year 1-3: $5.00 per year 4*6; $6.00 per year 7-8: $8.00 per year 9-12: $8.00 per year /• Group insurance fpr pupils, covering accidents suffered at School or going tq and from schoql, is available if the parent desires. Announcements on details for insurance will be issued in the opening week of school, Do not include insurance fee with above textbook collections. IX, School lunch at noon ^ will be served each school dqy starting Wednesday, August 31st, at the dining room in the Annex, All pupils in elementary grades taking lunch wiil be transported to and from the lunch room in school buses. The weekly < ticket (5 meals) for elementary (Grades 1-6) will cost $1.25; for junior-senior high (Grades 7-12) $1.50. The daily ticket, elementary, will be 30c; for junior-senior high, 3Sc, Therefore, a saving of 25c per week will be made by purchasing weekly tickets. X, traffic safety precautions • $Hr are urged upon a|l parents and pupils. The special school stop signs will operas ttf ppprpximately the following hours: 8:00-9:15 a.m,, 11:15 a.m. 1:19 p.nv. 3; 15-4=30 p.m. Parents of younger pupijs are especially urged (9 direct their children by the safes,f routes to and from school. Home-ropm teacher* will Cooperate. Riding bicycles to school will be restricted to pupils ifi 4»h grade pr abpve. Students using bicycles shouljl review the ?i»y prriinV aneej on same. Rural children; driving tors tp |chpp| should | ? ave them parked during the school day. Special instruction* in regard to safety will bg giyen ty students riding byjes. . X!« Offkt hours Superintendent, High School Building - Monday to Friday, 8:30.12:bci-To7. 4:30; Satyrday 9;00O2:9Q; Phone cf 4-2147. X *«M4,w, '-W Principals - Jr.,Sr. High - High School Building - same hours. Phone CY fif m n 0t , a o y n !! r i?f i| J?J* T WfHStfW building* « Monday to Frjdcjy, 8:3012:99; l:OQ-4:3QI,h9nf: Bffcuir , <tf 4-4§$8, Third Wsrcj - CY IWI9 WflJIsee - CY 4-3375, gertbg Qsdfr^y - CY 4-? 148: I.

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