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V ft-.Af§drm 0«.) Upper DM Melnt* ' thtiftttey, August 13, 1W Teaching Staff ForffiW V Set At Ledyard Ledyard —- Siipt. James Bol ' lenfield has announced that tho school faculty for tho romine year is as follows: Kindergarten, Constance Inglet: first "grade, Juanita Lnr^m: jfpeomi jrradP, Iva Anderson: third grade, Judith Christendon; fourth Srado. Joeldine Fonnomn; fifth jjrade. Laura Berven: sixth grade, June 'Beyer: seventh grade. Aliiva Dorsey: eighth grade, Lloyd Ogilvie. English, Janice Wiemev; industrial arts and hoys roarh, Elrton V " .4 Fri. Aug. 14 KENNY HOFER Sat. Aug. 15 JULES HERMAN and His Orchestra Tues. Aug. 18 Teens Dancing — 8 lo 11 THE BIG BEATS Parents Free—Teens $1.00 Thurs. Aug. 20 THE FOUR FRESHMEN Wilh Jules Herman Orch. Adm.S1.78 plus tax tot. 2.00 Coming Aug. 26 COUSIN FUZZY :Fain; mathematics and girls icoach, Harold Grunhovd; social {.studies. Marlin Peterson; home economics. Lenna Hanson: )science. Bruce Hanson; instru- I mental and vocal music. Vernon .Anderson and superintendent, ', lames Boltenfield. Max Nil'/ resigned last week as school custodian after having served in that capacity for the past 11 years. Marvin Lloyd has been hired by the board for custodian for this year. Mrs Wilma Mac Kinrmn is district ^ nd office secretary. }\f chievement Day Held i.Thc Ledyard Lassies will havo 31 , entries al the Kossuth County Fai> August. 18 1" 21. chosen from their 5ft home furnishing exhii'i ; '- s '*>' Mrs ^ I- Anderson, Mrs ,\ 'avnard Jensen and Mrs Henry" Steenhardt. judges, at theirl'"v ; ' n ' achievement day held n1 the \ 'hool July 2H. S h e r. i" >' Klinks'iek. program chairmat\ welcomed the 85 persons prL*. >ent. Ann Carpenter, hospitality, chairman, introduced the guest's.'' All four county officers. GracV? "Mi-Kim -and Marilyn ITiriekley 01*. 'Burl, Carol Haniseh of the Senoca Stars and Ann Smith of the\.Cresco Chums, were present. M.5 ry Staudt, county home economist and Ann Walters, a trained, were present. The Springfield Sparklers and their leaders. Mrs Maurice Keil and Mrs Joe rngebritson, and Mrs Dale Waterbrury of the Grant, club with two of their members were? also among the guests. The program included the 4-H pledge" and several songs. A report on the yc-ar's activities was given by Betily Herzog. Diane Waterho'usc'. Gail Bauman 'and Monica Munyer reported on thu tour of Mason City. Anir Carpenter, Diane Grunhovd and Barbara Schroeder presented corsages and gifts lo the Bring the Family . . V. SKiSLORlOUS DAYS of FUN! ROY ROGERS HOLLYWOOD T. V. SHOW In person — Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Trigga* TOggMl Jfc»- and a host of other TV and Movie Stan id gtafttH* fife western show of the year. ' Nites — Sept. 2,3,4,5 — Afternoon*—Sep*. t, \ft AUTO RACES BIG CAR RACES— Afternoons—Aug. 88, 8% H$*i fc f STOCK CAR RACES — Nites—Aug. 29. Sept 0 JALOPY RACES — Afternoon—Aug. 29 • THRILL SHOWS m MriB(UI B&rBtt Kites—Aug. 28, 30 * "OKX RACES Afternoon—Aug. 31 Afternoon & Nito—flopfc f f MILES OF WONDERFUL IXHIBITS — SHOWS, BC&t' 10,000 prize livestock, Farm Machinery Show, Baffio-Tf Studios, Corn & Grain Show, Fish & Game Show. 4-H FFA Fair, Poultry Show, Homes Show, Flower & Garden Show, Culinary Show, Hundreds of other great 1GHI t m EN UNO E R 12 F R E E Here July 11 Mr and Mrs Edwin Hammer, shown here afler Iheir wedding 'July 11, are at home at 530 North Jones street here. The bride is the former Karen Kuchenreuther, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuchenreuther, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs John Hammer, all of Algona. The ceremony took pldce in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. (Missal Photo — UDM Engraving). judges, Mary Staudt, Ann Walters and Mrs Harold Hcrzog. Gifts and notes Of appreciation were given to Mrs Wilma MacKinnon, Mrs Harold Grunhovd, anil Karen Schroeder for serving as .camp counselors. Camp awards were giten the gii'ls on their conduct at Clear Lake. All of them rated high enough to receive embroidered 4-H omblejms. Jane V Egesdal was presented with an award for beinjg top camper and Betty Herzog and Monica Munyer received awards' for second highest ratings. The American Legion Auxiliary served lunch. Guest Days Planned The Mary Circle met 1 on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Howard Thompson. During the business'meeting it was decided that the Mary circle would sponsor a guest day for the local societies and other nearby societies. Later on another guest day will be held for another group. Mrs Frieda Frey was in charge of the program. Mrs Ann Toger- son accompanied the group on her accordion and later played several selections. Mrs Dutton gave a report on the days she had spent at Bible Conference PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, AUG. 16 Ray Lewis SUNDAY, AUG. 23 Henry Charles SUNDAY, AUG. 30 / Marv Reedstrom No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Get a good deal more ...that lasts a great deal longer | If you pick a car with an eye <« value . .. you'll go OLDS! Compare Oldsmobile'e pace-g€ltin| features . . . examine the proven quality of Olds , , . check tlw surprisingly low price tag ... look at Oldsmobile'g added value at trade-in lime. When you consider total value, you'll see that Olds is the outstanding buy in the medium price class. Your Oldsmobile Quality Dealer has the facts and figures to help you VALUE* RATE THE ROCKET* the ROCKET BY EVERY MEASURE,M IHE VALUE CAR OF THE MEDIUM PElCt OA55! ,*->* "" >au's Garage-125 So. Dodge -Algeria, la. Mrs Mayer read an article and scripture. A lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs Everett Thompson and family left Thursday for fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mrs Martha Schroeder, Mra Ray Winter, Mrs Ronald Schroeder, Mrs D. B. Mayer, Mrs Albert Looft and Gretchen and 'Mrs John Looft went to Banorof Thursday afternoon and attended a shower at the Baptist church .honoring Karen Friets. A lunch was served with Mrs Maynarc White and Esther Olson presicj ing over the punch bowl ari'c pburing coffee. ' * Mrs Arno Gade and Mrs Wayne Gade and Craig of Whittemoije visited Tuesday at the home a Mrs Martha Schroeder and at tended achievement day, oi th'< Ledyard Lassies. ' . :•' Mr George Thompson wa 1 taken to Nae've hospital at Al bert Lea for medical treatmeh Tuesday. Mr and 'Mrs Fred Dutton arjc Ellsworth are spending the wee] at the Okoboji Bible Conference Mrs Dutton and Ellsworth carfte home Wednesday and Mrs HaroJH Herzog returned with them FriU day to attend the conference f§r the rest of the week. s William Wiemer went to ,De.s Moines Thursday after his mother who had been there since Sunday visiting her brother and his wife, the John Tillmoneys. Mrs Hazel Carpenter left Thursday for Gary, Indiana,, to visit for several weeks at the pome of her daughter and family, the John Batchelors. She stopped enroute to visit her sister and husband, the J. J. O'Don- nells at Cedar Rapids. Mrs E. A. Carpenter cut her finger Thursday while removing a broken liner from a thermos. Several stitches were needed £o close the wound. Mrs Martha Schroeder and Barbara and Janet Johnson were Tuesday evening guests at the home of Judy Christenson and her parents at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Jack Scott and two children of Kentucky are visiting at the Aeilt Troff home. Mrs Scott is Mrs Troff's sister, the former Marjorie Barnes. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter and Ann left Saturday on a trip through the Black Hills and Yellowstone. Alice Barton Of LuVerne Is Engaged LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Erviri Barton of LuVerne announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Alice Ann Barton, to Dennis John Wagner Jr., son of Mrs Katheririe Wagner of West Bend and the ate Dennis John Wagner Sr. The redding will take place at 2:30 p. m. Aug. 25 at the church in West Berid. Mr and Mrs Ed Behnkendorf oi Bode were Sunday evening call- rs in the Don Miller home. Mrs Wilier returned Thursday from ,he Hancock County Memoria lospital at Britt, where she un- lerwent an appendectomy July 27. LaVonne Maass attended the. Bible conference of the Evangelical United Brethren church a ;he church camp at Riverview Park, Cedar Palls, Wednesday to Sunday. Willard Sanfprd of Milaca Minn., visited his cousins the Wayne Sanfprd and Edward Lin debak families Sunday. Friday evening callers in the Arthur Maass home were Mr and Mjs Merle Wiener and Patty of Ames. Monday morning callers in the Arthur •Ma.ass home were Mr and Mrs George Johnson of Waltham, Minn. Born to Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson of Ottosen, a nine pound, four ounce son, Harlan, Aug. 1 at Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. They have a three year old daughter, Holly. Sunday overnight guests in the Fred Merkle home were her cousins Mr and Mrs Gerald Rapp of Fulton, S. D. Ralph Lawrence of Fort Dodge was a.caller in LuVerne Monday. Mr and Mrs,Phil C.'Lichty went to Falrfield to visit until Thursday with his daughter Phyllis, Mr and Mrs Laurel Bentley, Dawn and Phil. They went to help Dawn celebrate her fifth birthday, August 4. ' , >aby of ATbcrtjueNjue, New Me*co arrived Friday at the parental Walter Sachs Mr and Mrs WilHarrt Hanken iave just purchased the Pauline Patterson house occupied by the Arlowe Erdshl family. ' Mr and Mrs John Roelfsema and Mrs Tina Price of Buffalo Center attended the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Anthony Helmefs at Ames last Sun- dav •Mr and Mrs H. ft. Johnson and Mr and Mrs Erwin Winkelmafl attended the funeral of Guy Swadley held Wednesday •Afternoon in the Assembly of God church in Elmore. Algeria 4*H Club The Algona boys 4-H club held its July meeting at the Verl Patterson home.' Alice Patterson )1 gave & report and" Janice and Alice Patterson presented a denv on&tratiori. Lunch was served. To New Position Earl Legler, former principal at Algona high school, will be principal at Knoxville high school during the ensuing school year. Legler served here for nine years and for the past two years has been superintendent at feeymour. •LAKOTA Mrs. Sophie Ellsworth False Alarm Is Cause of Red Hot Feelings There were undoubtedly several angry firemen (and a few other disturbed persons) in the vicinity of the Catholic church here at 12:33 a.m. Aug. 3. Some practical joker went out of his way to involve the fire department, Father Mason, as- iistarnt priest at St. Cecelia's and he police department in his little scheme. A false alarm was called in to .he police station and when the man on duty asked for the caller's name, the name of Father Vlason was given and the firemen sent to the scene. Father Mason, like most other (there was at least one that wasn't) persons in town, was asleep. The priest was awakened and of course knew nothing about the supposed fire. It all boils down to this — anyone guilty of turning in a falsa alarm is subject to a $100 fine or 30 days in the local clink — and if local authorities find out who did the job at 12:33 a.m. Monday someone will be hauled into court. It was the first out-and-out false alarm turned in here for a long time, according to Fire Chief Ira Kohl. [Mr and Mrs Peter H. Hansen of Forest City were Thursday afternoon callers at the: home of ,'his sister, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray. .. .". guests at the I. E. Wprtman home were Mrs"*Rich- arcT'Ewdng and son of Washing- ion State. George Winter, a former La- kotan, now of Algona spent from Tuesday through Thursday visiting at the Elizabeth Schaper home and calling on his many Eriends here. 'Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Hannah Heetland were Sunday afternoon' and supper guests of Mrs Minnie Schutter at West Bend. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Rieffer and family, Mrs Pearl Smith, Mr and Mrs T. R. Estle and Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter and family enjoyed a picnic at the Laverne Thompson home in Elmore. Brian Jay Erdahl, infant son of Mr and Mrs Sidney Erdahl was baptized at St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday by Rev. L. R. Meinecke. Mr and Mrst John Roelfsema and Mrs Tina Price of Buffalo Center drove to Iowa City Sunday where Mr Roelfsema had a check up at the' Veterans hospital. Mr and Mrs Russel Winter, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Lewis Olson of Estherville, drove td the Cities Sunday morning where they spent the day with Mr and Mrs Larry Winter at White Bear Lake. Mr and Mrs Lauren Thomoson visited his mother, Mrs Reat Thompson at Forest City Friday •evening. 'Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley had their grandchildren, Ann and Jim Buckels of Boone visiting with them this past week. Hostesses for Youth Fellowship Thursday in the Presbyterian church were Mrs William Wirtjes, Mrs Hugh Lewis; Mrs Elmer Haas, Mrs John Steenhard, Mrs Herman Jutting and Mrs Lawrence Lewis. Ronald Schwartz, s t a t i oned with the Marines at 29 Palms, Calif., arrived home Monday for a 30 day leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Irvin Schwartz. Mrs T, R. Estle received word this week of the death of her neohew, Fred Schaer at Minneapolis. He died Sunday and funeral services were held on Wednesday. He is well remembered in this area, as they formerly lived on the place now occupied by the Albert Bosnia, Sr. family. Pvt. Glen Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson, left Friday to return to his Marine Base at 29 Palms, Calif., after spending a two week leave at home. Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell returned on Wednesday from a two week trip through Minnesota and ACGJPENT •Mary Jo 'Heller of Dunlap recently suffered a gash on her forehead above her eye. The accident happened at the swimming pool when another youngster struck her as he was diving from the board.. Wisconsin. John Spear received word this past week of a trip by his son, Robert Spear, Waterloo. He and a buddy went through Minnesota into Canada and then on to Alaska with their motorcycles. They plan to be gone four weeks and will go as far north as is per- rnissable. 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