The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1960 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1960
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4-Alfyg (U>.) Tuesday, Aug. M, 1960 Faculty Is Set IforNewkhool I Year, LuVerne 2 LuVerne — Monday Aug. 28, * Teachers will meet at the school. * Classes will officially begirt Aug. * 31. The buses will pick up chil- the usual time. Lunches ., will be served. *» Personnel for the 1960-61 J school year are: Supt. B. E. Mar,- tin, administrator of the LuVerne » community school, begins his * seventh year: Howard Smith, m high school principal, and math£ metics; Sherman Arends, phy- m sical education and driver's edu- •«• cation; B. A. Wickett, coach and ^ shop instructor: Jean Janssen, «, business education; Mrs Anita » Walters, English. m Mrs Phyllis Watson, home econ* omics and high school librarian, ». Peter Farmakis, vocal and in-. » strumental music; Kenneth T. JJ| Westrom, chemistry and physics. * The grade faculty lost two ^ teachers. Mrs Darlene Pearson. „ Renwick, replaces Mrs Eleanora •» Eustace, who taught fourth grade * and Mrs Caroline Rohlf, Hum*> boldt, replaces Donna Hill, third ™ grade teacher. „ Mrs Catherine Schade, sixth -••' grade and principal of East * Annex; Mrs Helen Daley, second M grade; Mrs Bernice Nowack. fifth "» grade; Sheila Hansen, kindergar- £ ten; Geraldine. Ullman, first * grade; Mrs Geraidine Elbert. *> first grade; Mrs Lavon Mallory, m seventh grade; Mrs Margaret w Stripling, eighth grade; LuVerne * school office secretary, .Beth „ Toohey; custodians, Mr and Mrs * Robert Bigings; and hot lunch * cooks Mrs Laura Meyer and Mrs * Jessie Stripling. •J Bus drivers are Robert Bigings. ^ William Prior, Cecil Baker. * School board members are •" James Tranger, president; Mrs * Beth Shirk, secretary; Verlaine . Johnson, treasurer, Lawrence O. ^ Miller, Mrs Margaret Lindebak, * Raymond Nelson, Dan Foehlich. •" Enrollment to date for the kindergarten class is 33. Students •• are Curtis Barber Linda Barton. ~ William Blumer, Jason Brace, Richard Bristow, Jr., Beverly * Calkins, David Coyle, Carol ™ Daley, Nickie Eischen, Kevin r-' "THE BELLBOY" lo end all bellboys is portrayed by none other than Jerry Lewis In the comedy of the same name which arrives Sunday at the Algona Theatre. A Paramount release, the film, produced, directed and written by Lewis, was filmed in and around the fabulous Hotel Fontainebleau in Miami. * • » MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. "Tammy And The Bachelor" and "Bend Of The River". Wednesday and Thursday. "Tammy And The Bachelor" — 7:00 and 10:00. "Bend Of The River" — 8:35. "Master Of The Congo" and "Yesterday's Enemy". Friday and Saturday, "Masters Of The Congo" — 7:00 and 10:00. "Yesterday's Enemy" — 8:35. "The Bellboy". Sunday — 1:50-3:50-5:55-8:0010:00. Monday thru Wednesday — 7:50-9:50. : Coming to the Algona Theatre Sunday Fett, Debbie Hefty. • Roberta Henry, Martin Hers- bcrgen, Kathleen riurlburt, Vicki Jensen, Garnet John, Charles Legler, David Lenz, Jane Meyer, Kimberly Nielson, Shirley Oberhelman. Cassandra Penton, Ronald Pergande, Dennis Plathe, Ricky Ramaeker, Susan Ristaw, Bert Schipull, Donald Selby, Sharon Shorey, Rebecca Smith, Terry Thomas, Steven Wickett, Gerald Zeimet. Out Of Hospital Lester Hinz, accompanied by Eli Bager, went to Dos Moines Sunday and brought Charles Hmz. father of • Lester, to his home here. Charles, who suffered a stroke and \vus hospitalized in Fort Dodge, then several week? in Veteran Hospital, is now able to be about in a wheel chair. Has Apperideclomy Mis Eileen arnst returned Monday from Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital where she underwent an appendectomy Wednes- Has Check-Up Mrs irvin McGowan, Cleai Lake, took her mother Mrs Jessie Sanford to Marshalltown Thursday- where Mrs Sanford had a check-up for' recent surgery on her eye. Back From Ethiopia Mr and Mrs Wilford Bcrryhili and boys arrived Saturday and are at the parental Frank Gronbach home. Bill Berryhill just returned from Ethiopia. Attend Reunion Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson, daughter, Mrs Vernon Eggleston, her daughters, Mrs Jack Genson. LuVerne, Mrs Allen Thu, Spencer,, Mrs Fred Kruse, her son, Mr and Mrs Donald Kruse attended a Davidson reunion Sunday at Clinton, 111. Aug. 15 in Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge. Jerry is the son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf, Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Henry Morty attended the Summer Assembly ol Evangelical Unued Brethren (.hurdles over the weekend at Cedar Falls. While there they called in the Western Old Peoples Hume with wives of foimer ministers. Mrs E. A. Schroeder, Mrs^ David Long and Mrs E. C. Granner. Lawrence Marty, accompanied Maybelle MaasS, Janie Hefty Mai-ie Kay Marty and Margene Merkle to the Evangelical United Brethren church camp at Cetlai Falls for the week. NORTHERN PIKE Eleven year old Mike Davis of Eldora recently landed a five and one-fourth pound, 28 inch Northern Pike while fishing in the Iowa river. WANT ADS BfttNO RESULTS One dciesn't need a garage tot Never knew how hnfd It was those little foreign cars — just the box they cams in. to drive a bargain until I bought a second-hand cat. ALGONA . Attention Kiddies! I "BACK TO SCHOOL" FREE SHOW! ^SATURDAY MAT. AT 1 & 3 ""FRANCIS COVERS THE BIG TOWN" Starring "Donald O'Connor" PLUS 4 COLOR CARTOONS HAVE MOM OR DAD GET YOUR FREE TICKET FROM SPONSORING MERCHANTS WITH THE "BACK TO SCHOOL" SIGN IN THEIR WINDOW ! Sun. - Won. - Tues, lOGETHEK ... in the t fov« match of tht century I METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER promts FRANK 6INA SINATRA • LOLLOBRIGIDA NEVER so FEW CinemiSecpe PETER IMIrOill- SIEVE McQUEEN RICHARD JOHNSON • PAUL HENREID BRIAN D'ONLEVV • DEAN 10NES. Second Feature THAT FRENCH GIRL'S LOVE NOVEL THAT SHOCKED THE WORLD! & *> '$ ™. I« Color Cartoons, Adm. 75c Kiddies FREE Walter Blake, Arthur, visited Monday with his brother Mr and Mrs Allen J. Blake fami'y. Edward Dehnert visited Sunday in Omaha, with the Jess Benham and William Charnley families. Mrs Jaspar Vaughn-, daughter, Sharon, her mother Mrs Marie Stoddard and her sister Mrs Bonnie Ellifritz were Monday visitors in Ruthand with the Robert Wilson family. Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings Lynn and Bradley attended the L. E. Cockrill Day Sunday in Livermore. Mrs Lowell Thomas and boys »visited the past week with her parents Mr and Mrs Bert Lee at Dakota City. Lowell went to Pennsylvania to trie funeral ol a uncle. Mr and Mrs Jack Guy attended open house bunday in the Harold Angus home ,in Algona honoring the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs Clauoe Whitehill. Mrs Emma Ristau, sons, Clarence, Mr and Mrs Vernon Ristau, Nora Springs. Mr and Mrs Emil Saline, Minneapolis attended the funeral of Mrs Alvina Tiede in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church Thursday. . : j Rev. and Mrs Alvin Kollman, Victor John, Sue and Kenneth of Collinsville, 111., arrived for a two week vacation visiting his mother, Mrs Elda Kollman ahr! sisters, the Clem Stripling ana Harold Nielson, Jr. families. Kristine Meyer, daughter of Harold Meyer is visiting in Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Glen McClellan. Mrs Herman Mmz, her sister, Mrs Orville Ramus of Fort Dodge, their aunt, Mrs -vnma Ristaw of Nora Springs, visited Sunday in Brookfipld, Mo. with the Paul Maas and Floyd Masterson families. Mr and Mrs Edward Lindebak Dawn and Layne, returned from a two week vacation visiting the Black Hills, Rapid City, S.D., Detroit Lakes and at Pequo' Lakes, Minn., with his parents Mr and Mrs Jess Lindebak. Mr and Mrs William Goetscr and Sonja Rae visited Mr and Mrs Victor Sween in Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs William Goctsch a no Shcryl Ann drove to Sioux City Saturday for their daughter and sister, Sonja Rae, who will spend a vacation here before opening of Morningside college where she will be a junior, this fall. Guests Sunday in the William Goetsch home were her sister, Mr and Mrs Fred Struthers, and family of Lone Rock. Mrs Goetsch and Mrs Struthers attended the L. E. Cockrill Day at Livermore in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr., and Dennis spent a week on vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs Jess Lindebak at their farm near Pequo*. Lakes. Minn. Weekend guests in the parental Fay Harmon home were their daughter, Gloria, Mr and Mrs Ben Seipkerl Duie, Debbie anci Greg of DCS Moines. Also home for the weekend was their son Larry Harmon employed for the summer at Lennox, Iowa. Larry enters Iowa Staie University Ames this fall as a sophomore Sunday guests, were H. D. Kis- tau, Mr and Mrs Albert Nielson, Britt; the Merrill Hefty family. LuVerne. Mr an.d Mrs Kenneth T. Westrom and baby daughter have arrived and will make their home in the estate residence of the late Mr and Mrs Williarr Tiede. Mr Westrom conies to teach physics anu chemistry ir the LuVerne community school. Mr and Mrs C. R. Kremanack Of Jewell were Sunday guests in the Hugh Shirk home. • Mr and Mrs Frank Grohbach were Sunday guests in I.ho Mrs Marcia Burryhill home in Livermore. Other guvsts were her children the Bill Berryhills, Don Bcrryhills of Duluth, Minn., and the Tom Gprmens of Renwick. Mr and Mrs jerry Wolf are parents of their first child, a teven pound, iiv>i ounce aim born 11 From County Will Exhibit At State Fair According to officials at tin Iowa State Fair, to be held at Des Moines Aug. 26 - Sept. 4, at least 11 Kossuth county persons will be exhibitors this year. In the apiary division, entrv has been filed by Lawrence Rie del of Algona. Listed in various livestock categories (hogs and beef) are: Seely Bros., Thomas Henry. John 'Henry, Eugene Henry, Berl Priebe, Gary Priehe, Peter Erpelding and Sons ana James Erpelding, Algona; W. J Stewart, Burt; and Ben G. Studer, Wesley. It has been estimated, judging by early entries received, that records could be set in all departments at this year's fair. New Therapist A. M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools, recently announced the employment of Lewis Bishop of West Union as speech and hearing tnerapist for Kossuth county. Mr. Bishop was graduated in June from Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls with a B.A. degree in speech correction. He is married and has one son. They will make their home in Algona. Relative III Butt — Mr. and Mrs. E. R Woltz were called to Rochester Friday due to the serious condition of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Merle Woltz, a former Burt re sidcnt. Mrs. Woltz was found un- concious in her yard by her sons Friday forenoon. It is thought she suffered a cerebral hemorrhage Mrs. Woltz, is in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester. TF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17k, NO CHARGE TO YOU Just Come On Out RADIO KLGA PAYS FOR YOUR TICKET WED. NITE AUG. 31 TO SEE... M/CKEV SHAUGHNESSr MERRILL IFWS SUNDAY Thru Wednesday ALGONAf GONTIUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P. M, It's a series of SlLLYSEQUENCES! It's hilarious -as Jerry brings you a visual diary in the life of a ^ madcap who / r A . makes for fun! A NICE LITTLE BANK THAT SHOULD BE ROBBED CINB MA - CO-HIT - StfFHT TWO OFMAD-DOO TAB HUNTER MATINEE DAILY AT 1 P.M. Plus Color Cartoon "Gala Day At Disneyland" S.U.I. "Football Highlights Of 1959" Ends Tonight (Wed.) "South Pacifi e" And "The Hangeman" THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY EXCITEMENT.. that gives mystery a special meaning! WED.-THUR. 2 BIG FEATURES ~,_IM BEN-WAITER BRENNAN MALA POWERS-SIDNEY BlACKMER-MltDRED NATWICK-Fi»Wn» SECOND EXCITING FEATURE STORY OF TMI UNTAMED MORTMWIST , FRONTIER! BEND 01 THE RIVER LORI NELSON • lAt e.HIPPW - FRIDAY-SATURDAY - THE INTERNATIONAL SOttNTIFIC FOUNDATION COOtt by OE LUXE IHKOMOK •MUM kf OHON WELLES 2nd ACTION PACKED FEATURE :1l ftif in a white car FIRST SHOWING IN ALGONA: MAW -SECOND FEATURE-. Weird, Shocking Savagery In NATIVE JUNGLE HAUNTS... WALTER REED • ZIVA RODANN • William WELLMAN, JR. JUNE WILKINSON .*._.. Ploi 2 Color Cartoons — Ad minion For This Program 90c

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