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...f (la.) Upp«r D« Molntt , Thundoy, Aug 20,. 3 - * Mr and Mrs Tom Lundell and * children have moved here from *Ankeny. „* Mrs Ted Fuchsen has returned *ironi a four day vacation at Clear *Lak« with Mrs A. N. Erpeldihg jrand daughters. . •• «* Royal iNeighbot lodgft will ***neet Aug. 26, at 6:30 at the »Moose hall for a family potluck *jsupper. 2 Mr and Mrs Louie Lens and *Mr and Mrs August Bcrnau, «*Bode, are on vacation in Wash- ^ington and Oregon. ** Mr and Mrs Carl Sheppard ""M-ere visited by .Mr and Mrs Pete ^Haverly, San Diego, Calif, last •t Mr and Mrs Chris Johnson, ^former residents here now living £i&t Atlantic, spent a few days <*;here with friends. £ Mr and Mrs Hilberl Hargrea* t*ves, Mrs Kenneth Ball and Mrs •* Harry 'Hargreayes spent a day St ^Spencer last week with Mr and «*iMrs Ray Kunzman. Mr and Mrs John Helmets are Vacationing at Waterloo this week with their sons Pete and Richard Helmers and families. Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis and Suxahrie, Merry Carol McGinnis and Mr and Mrs Wayne Goodman are vacationing at Spieer, Minn. Jarry Ferris who is employed with a construction company in southern Iowa spent the weekend here with his parents, Mi and Mrs Gerald Ferris. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney drove to Iowa Falls Friday and met their daughter, Mrs Robert Holzhammer and children who returned with them. Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson have as guests the letter's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Evc- r&tt Van Steenburg, Flint, Mich. They will also visit Mrs Steenburg's brothers and sisters-in- law, ;Mr and Mrs Ernest,Egel, Mr and Mrs'Louis Egel and Mr and Mrs Paul Egel. «« j* or. <fr •* 2 s H * at Du Pont 420 (25% in warp] • 1V/4 or. No Fade Demin •Easy to Wash • Fast Drying •Double Knee * Regular •Slim • Husky LOOK for the Safety Coin Pocket LEUTEOLD%ILLIAMS Algonans Wed At San-Diego Mr and Mrs Robert Metzger, formerly of Algona* shown here, were wed in San Diego, California, June 6, at St. John's Catholic church. Mrs Metzger-is the former Shirley Johnson, daughter 6f Mr and Mrs Charles E. Johnson, and Robert is the son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Melzger Sr.,'oll of Algona. The couple are living >at Son Diego. (UDM Engraving). Mrs Bltft* ft«tti nil *«hi*ttWi from a visit of & month at YaTt- ima, Wash,* tilth Her son attu daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Reed and at'Lompoc, Calif., with her son anH daughter-Ih- law, Mr and Mrs James Reed. Mr and Mrs Citbeft Hargreaves have been visited by the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Kenneth F. Ball ahd Virginia, Cedar Rapids, They also visited Mrs i*. H. Hargreave*, Mr and Mrs. Harry ttarg*reaves and Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert. Captain Robert Chrici«nsen Is home on leave after completing an indoctrination course at Montgomery, Ala. His parertts are Mr and Mrs Roy Christensen. He will leave Monday for Ka*a- niousel, Turkey where he will be stationed with the army for two years. Captain Christensen is an M.D., graduating from the Uht- versity of Iowa school of medicine. ALGORA COMMUNITY Mr and Mrs Henry Fursl had Mrs Ethel Woolridge and ter Karen of Mason City as guests last week Monday through Wednesday. Ted Fuchsen accompanied his brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs M. A. McLcod and mother, Mrs P. J. Fuchsen of Sioux City, on a ten day visit at Kankakce, Joliet and Wilmington, 111. Mr and Mrs Walt Jensen. Steve, Susan, Dick and, Nancy, former Algonans, now living t;'at Rhinelahder, Wise., spent M6n- day night and Tuesday witlvMr Jensen's sister and brother-in- law, Mr and Mrs Don Smith,;Jr, and boys. . ; Mrs Clem Cavanaugh spent last week at Clarion visiting in the H. E. Cavanaugh home. Re- Mrs Marie Hawcotl and her I cent guests of Mrs Cavanaugh ALGONA.IOWA brother and sister Lee and Bess Hopkins were visited a week ago by their brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Bailey, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan and Ml' and Mrs Leo Lichter have been visited by Mr and Mrs William Jones of Hartford, Wis. Mr Jones is a brother of Mrs Lichter. The Donovans are being visited this week by their grandson Mark Wlttern off' Worthington, Minn. Bob Deal and daughter Marilyn spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with the brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Pete Deal. Mrs Bob Deal, Virginia and Bill are in Chicago visiting relatives. Mxs Rose Sabin has returned from a two week visit at Water-' loo with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Gettman and at Iowa Falls with Mr and Mrs Harold Campney. Mr and Mrs Ray Schilmoellef have been visited by their son, Act, Cpl. Cecil J. Schilmoeller of the marines who has been here on a month furlough. He is leaving .Thursday (today) for Camp Elliott, San Diego, Calif. Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland ate, tended the funeral services Monday at • the South Blue Earth, Minn., church for Julius Hove, 75, of "Bricelyn, father of Mrs Oakland who died suddenly Friday of a heart attack. Phil, son of Mr and Mrs Phil Hargreaves Sr. of -San Pedro, Cal. is leaving for home this week. He has visited his relatives Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves, Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves and Mr and Mrs Ralph Elberl. Mr and Mrs Henry Furst accompanied by their son and daughter-dn-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humiboldt, attended the wedding of Sue Ausmus and Dale Malhahs at Garnei Saturday. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster were visited over the weekend by the former's aunt, Mrs George Gardner and friends, Mr anc Mrs Oliver Lupe, Minneapolis Mr and Mrs Feaster were guest Sunday evening of the latter'b brother and sister-in-law,- Mi and Mrs Harley Knutson at Ot tosen. Mr and Mrs Ole Knutson Brad-gate, were dinner guests Wednesday of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster. The birthday of Mrs Knutson was being observed. have been Mr and Mrs Meml; Rawson, Anamosa, Mrs Robert Kralt, Davenport and Ed Ciillen and family, Beaver 'Dam, Wise. Mr' and Mrs Raymond Reid and son John have returned from a two week vacation in northern Michigan with Mrs Reid's tap th- er and sister-in-law, Mr andTMrs James Lease aand her twin .sister nd husband, Mi' and Mrs* G. Buohho i m. • -.-, , Mr and Mrs James Will spent Sunday at Sioux City where they were sponsors at the baptisrn-fof ' Swea and Eagle Mr and Mrs Jay Brones, Mr and Mrs Warren Brones, Robert and Marna and Mr and Mrs And* rew Brones from this area attended a family picnic "at the Alfred Brones home at Floyd. ! Mr and Mrs Richard O'Green and family and Mr and Mrs Walter O'Green .and family and the Wayne Thompson 'family attended "a steak fry at the Roy Bravender home Wednesday evening. Mrs William Gies attended a coffee party at the Ervin Link home Thursday in honor of .Miss Daisy Fundaburk of San Francisco, Calif, l Mr and Mrs Randall Weljb and sons were Wednesday evening guests at the Glen Clark home Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik and family were Sunday guests of his parents, the J. J. Pavdks at Pocahontas. their • infant' : nephew, ' Eugene Price. The baby is , the son of Mr and Mrs "Don Price.;-, Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson have been visited by their; sori- in4aw- and daughters; iMr and Mrs Kenneth Stephenson • and Mrs Forrest' Brown, Long .Beach, Calif. They 'are the former Helen and Adds Peterson, ^respectively. The Messrs, i Stephenson are -sons o-f Mr and Mrs O. J. Stepheriisoii, former Algonans. ; ',--'• Mrs Beata Klalt. Vedolia Holloway and children, Billy and Sandra",, and J. B. Suggs, Raleigh, No. Carolina, are visiting at^the home of Mr and Mrs W- B - R&fe •?Mrs«3felatt is the mdW&rand -Mrs Holloway a sister pf Mrs' Ridge. The i visitors also will spend some time With another daughter -and sister, Mrs Alvin Johnson, at -lardy. A family picnic was held it Call State Park Aug. 16. Correction An error was made last week in the 1 wedding license listing. The correct license ifor''Aug. 7 was issued to David C. Yeoman of Algona, and Mary Keith of Burt. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa • • •' ss. In'District Court Kossuth County No. 7603 March Term. 1959. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument of writing purporting to 'vi the last. Will and Testament df Anna w. Weisbrod. Deceased, dated .\ovember 3, 1933 having been this day .filed, opened and , read, Tuesday the 1st day of September, 1959, is fixed for hearing'proof of-same at tlie Court House in. Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Cour.t; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified ;nnd required to .appear, and show cause, if any they have why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and tor the last Will and .Testament of said deceased. • Dated at -Algona, Iowa, August 19, 1959. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. By: Elizabeth Gajbratth Deputy Shumway, Kelley & Fristedt Algona, Iowa (33) new Your Hi-Fi And Stereo 1 Headquarters # r <: iht P:< Columbia Records Hi- Fi - Stereo-45's Sylvania Radios "•«•«> Lektrostat Record Cleaners Recoton Needles lii f Jm im Complete Line Burgess Radio Batteries ^EAR STiREO-1 *'-NQ,'| in the Wonderful World of Sound by Columbia * hi 4.* t * * . ' .' ' * Sff;»3* $&.-&, 'i-' nT 1&< m »t1 ClAWD 1&?<ai ^WH^^ ' * Greater wear.,'Wont show travel knocks! Greater style,,. 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Third Ward on East Elm and Phillips—grades Kg- . B. Bryant on East North and Moore-grades Kg-6 l" c ' us ' v «- , .. C. Lueia Wallace on East.Kennedy and Main-grades Kg-6J« c .'« sive ' 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: Wooster on the west; Call on the South; Woodwork, Diagonal and 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 Harlan; south to McGregor; west^ to Hall; south on Hall to City limits. Grades 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6: same area extended to East Call and Northwestern Railroads. C. Lucia Wallace—Grades Kg-6 inclusive who live sputh ahdi east of following line: South 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 line— 1. Grades Kg and 1: Woodworth north from McGregor to Diagonal, to Roan. ' ' ,.' 2. For children grades 2, 3, 4, and 5: : —Woodworth north from McGregor to Call; thence west to Northwestern Railroad; thence north to city limits fol- Rowing Northwestern Railroad as boundary. —6th grade children in this area 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 Wednesday, August 26, between 9:00 AiM. ^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. ! !,. ' , 3. Rlace of; enrollment: Senior^Hjgjijinjgrincipars office; iJun- '' ' '. •- • • - _ j 0 j. 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 Wednesday, August 19. "'" ; VI. Beginning age for kindergarten: five years of age on or before October 15, 1959; for first grade: six years of age on or before October 15, 1959. Birth certificate required. VII. Thirteen rural bus transportation routes have been set up to operate starting 'Monday, /August ;31. -Parents of spupils on these routes are being notified on details prior to that date. 'Rural kindergarten children will be transported at mid-day ^according to schedule. All kindergarten will come on the first morning,' however, 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 lunch. 'Certain ^ fees for workbooks, etc., are collected in addition to the schedule in grades 9-12, according to subjects taken. Gym towel service is included in 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 for pupils, covering accidents suffered at school or going to and from school, is available if the parent desires. Announcements on details for insurance will be issued on the opening day of school. Do NOT 'include insurance fee with above textbook collections. IX. School lunch at upon will be served each school day starting Tuesday, September 1st, at the dining room in the Annex. AD pupils in elementary grades taking lunch will be transported to and from the lunch room in school busses. The weekly ticket (5 meals) for elementary (Grades 1-6) will cost $1*25; jforijunibr senior high (Grades 7-12) $1.50. The daily ticket, elementary, will be 30c; for junior'Senior high, 35c. Therefore, a saving of 25c per week, will jje made by purchasing weekly tickets, . , X. Traffic safety precautions are urged upon all parents and pupils. The special school *top *igns W!H operate at the following hours: 8:15-9:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:154:30 p.m. Parents of younger pupils are especially urged to direct their children by the safest routes to and from school. Home-room leathers will cooperate. / Riding bicycles to school will be restricted to pupils in 4th grade or above Students using bicycles should review the city ordinances on 'same, -Rural children driving ears to school should leave them parked 'during the school day. Special Instructions in regard to safety will te given to students rW- ing buses, XI. Office hours Superintendent/ High School Building -- Monday to Friday 8-30.12-001:00'4;30; Saturday 9:00-12:00; Phone CY 4-2147, X 9»*V_.lf.VVi Principals — Jr.-Sr* High—High School Building— same hours. Phone CY 4-2268. Elementary PrincipalsW- respective buildings — Monday to 12:00; 1:00^4:30, Phone: Bryant-CY 4,4§$8, Third Lucia Wallaee^CY '^3375; Bertha Godfrey-CY 4.3)48, 0, B, LAING,

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