The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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Corwith-V/esley School Year Opens Aug. 31 CofWiih *- Wesley Com- Sdiool will open for the 1859-60 yeftt Moft,, Aug. 31. Tha re$sl'hition of students will be conducted opening day. Morn- Ing kindergarten classes are scheduled. .School -Will begin at 8$0 each ntorning. Stuctertl ifi gf ades one through fdur and nine through 12 will attend school fit Corwith. Students in grfcdeS fiVe through eight *$\\ attend school at Wesley. Both buildings will house kindergarten classes. 'Bus driers for the coming year will be Catherine Daniels Oarl Froehlich, Wilmcr T»bb Rev. <X ti. Peters, James Hankins, Harold Brown, Arthur Garman and G. M. Studer. Substitute drivers wilt^ J. M. Daniels, W FH Loebig, John Carson, Ghartea Jbrdan and LJoyd Stroup. Cus todians at (the Corwith building ate Mr and Mrs Orville Miller Efling Flam will serve at the Wesley plant Considerable painting and reconditioning has been accomplished at both .sites. * Faculty members at the Cor- vjjith site will be Paul J. Skarda, superintendent; Claire R. Latta, high school principal; William C. Freese, driver's education, social Studies and boys 1 coach; James D. Walmsley, science; Georgoi Feuerhelm; Instrumental music; l£osei Higa, guidance, science and girls' coach; David Piersel, vocal music; 'Ruth Tje-bben, home ccon- cfaitcs; Eldon F. Walton'; math- qthatics; -Mary Mullin, 'business education; Helen Kleinpoter, English and foreign languages; Billy. C. Spurlbck, shop and driver's education; and John Carson, social studies.. * Elementary teachers at Corwith will be Elda Kollmann and Marilyn Williams, fourth grades; Janet Sweers and. Marie His- cpck, third, gtade; Jane McDowaU and Annette Koch, second grade; Magdalene Bleich and Geraldine Qaskill, first -grade; and Janet Carson, 'kindergarten. . * *5taff members at the Wesley plant will be Charles C. Mullin, assistant superintendent; Charles Jordan, junior high departments ' and athletic coach; Rodney Muf tie, t junior high departmental Lorraine ' Discher, junipr higl Departmental; 'Frances Molden > njmer and Mary Rockwood, sixth grade; Anna 'Flom and France; Spurlock (j f if tli" grade arid Ethe Flom,- "kindergarten. 1 " ' Mr Piersel atid (Mr Feuerhelm will also teach id'' at'the Wesley ' building. Portland Twp. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartle'ti Saturday , guests <-a'i the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Glamni at St. Clair, Minn, » ^iPloren Bartlctt was taken to -the hospital at Iowa City Monday. j^Mrs Bernard Phelps, took her jtjbther, Mrs Minie Sperring to J$ort t J)pdgo where she will spend 'sopje time at the home of another daughter.' " \ ; Jerry and Douglas Phelps spent "Sunday • at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. ^Mrs Bill Woltz and Mrs Dennis ; Wubben of Midland, Mich; Visited at the Donald Ringsdorf JJcime .Wednesday. ,' ^Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse and Mr' and Mrs Stanley Ruse and fteroy visited at the Gqorge Hix l^ome Saturday evening. V^Sir and Mrs Roger Page and . diildren visited Thursday and 'Friday-"^t''the Lewis Bartlett's. ^iey left Saturday morning for JBemiji for a 'week's vacation. * Mr and ; "Mrs Donald Ringsdorf ajid Barbara, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Wendell f ngsdorf and family and Mr and rs,;Brink.Shipler.of Swea City wpre Sutiday, guests at the Lidii Ringsdorf home in Bank f \ ''Mr and Mrs Bill Stewart and Susan of Waterloo visited the Bpnald Ringsdorf Thursday. ^Gene Ringsdorf and Jerry \yadsworth of Des Moines called a*' the Donald Ringsdorf home Thursday, ..,' ' * Mr ana ^r^ Ray *JHti_h- visited Mr-and Mta Boh Slcilling at Iwr ington Monday, Mr and Mrs Roy *"M|,/4j«l iMw ifarbld ; B-c ker » Mj? |n4 "Mrs Tom Trenary, Ken* n^tk Trenary aad Mr tend./ .. ,4?. Mrs. Clarence ,Menz, Anna Seneca, Mr and l ZwieJel and family, and • M r - ffnd Mrs Gajy 'at "the home of erto help her. birth, and 'were Paul rt Nel* 9?* "•* "sA i 3 •V&'$ -, ,*.. Vi :;- lstai'MS :r.::: NATIONAL ftp I NCI L OAK' iSfQOD WAV PRICES FOR AUG. 20-21-22 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED i PAG iiiiiil ^ WE GIVE KIN<S Kt>RN STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE » or TOP TASTE **» XPLUSHO«PER 01. FULLY COOKED T AVtr 18 Garc/e,, • WHOLE SHANKHALF FULU BUTTHALF or C0/W JUICY AND TENDEB ROUND BONE CUT ^ - BEEF STEW fiO c LOHGHORH CHEESE BONELESS,. PER IB........,, v ..'. VV V V . JUNDLESS, PEE LB. v DELICIOUS CORNTED BLADE CUT PER IB. ^ , ' EASY TO CARVE 59c BONELESS POT ROAST Per Lb. .... SLICED BACON HILLSTOE, l-LB. TKG. . KINDIESS, PJJE LB. FISH STICKS 80 FBE8H, X«)Z. PKO BRUNSCHWEIGER JK) C OCEAN CATFISH 49 c TOP TASTE, PER Ml. ............ "W WtiBia, _f.Fr«lh. 1-I.B. .! ^W LUNCH MEAT mvK »., Sf 09 NORTHERN PIKE Sl'ICED, S-LD. CAN ,. I FILLETS, BOOTH, 1-LB. FRESHLY GROUND OF LEAN, PURE, RED .MALAGA SUNKIST LARGE EMONS BLEACH gal. <>.... SUNKIST 138 SIZE PER DOZ. so ib. PUFFED WEBSTER'S SCHOOL & OFFICE .?H«. MORTON HOUSE OVEN BAKED BEANS LIB. CANS 900 Pagei 62,00 Entries SELF PffONOUNCIHQ NO. 1 WASHED RED i BOX ' 1«EC. •flO . IGEs 2 POUNDS 2$ c N. B..C. Waverly Wafers iin-w. Pkg.,... .». 31c SCOTT BIG ' TOWELS Roll 37c Cishmere Bouquet TOILET SOAP Bath Bar ...... SOFT WEAVE TOILET TISSUE .Rolls .. 29c FAB (30 9FF. JPEAIL) r. • j. ...-.,. Net TOILET TISSUE * ^ *" r t 2 Hoiis ' r ,.>.. 29c PALMOLIVE TOILET SOAP . <5o Of 1 DEAL) .SCOTKIN NAPKINS Z Pkgs, '• '-'tMSW of 50 ...... «p«7V PALMOUVE TOILET SOAP Uo OFF : SCOTTIES Facial Tissues AD LOW SUDS DETERGENT WITH FREE DIStt P4b., 2-oz, .Jumbo Pkg:. VEI. FLORIEf^T §PICE OR FJ-ORAL 79c VEU Liquid y 'OaT' 71C ' S-HVIWG • ' Ktmfc <JI"p;v. 5AV> ; HG KOU

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