Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1967 · Page 8
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Plat of grade school attendance areas Corp. Lin* ._ .a 6th Grade trick* to Bryant School AREA D Kg. to Grade 6 at Bryant Building Grades 1 and 2 to Elementary Annex Kg and Grades 3 to 6 to Bryant School FAS !> -ljL_ IT M f i! « P • ,. \\ w — JLUI ,-i^.jp )fcB ••*"""-• V - ^^' ir ^T~ i i • HM r r Tr ' ! • *• i > ; • ' ! ~> n : -: 1 'i 1 ( ii it '.' - i - i! ^.'^-M- j 1 'J '- i In "• . :'-""" <: " '"I n — 1 1 \'A \? V\ ^1 J ; ; ' J \ ~ ; "' * i -^nct • R ' ' ^'^ ! ' i i - • ' • ' ^ • U .^rlM • • ' * ~H I 1 • «f • r«»lo> . . , , - T ' '•' l [ - '• f i — -M - i r ' ' 1 ' I •i > . J : ./ i / ,•» - • • / ,' •/ '11 ~N\ AlttA C VI ' • • . ii • <*'° vi i ' • • r 1 Kg. to 6th Grade to [ ,! '[ • Lucia Wallace r , , • j 1 • ' 1 • I ' 1 ' i i ' n _ i . -• - j i -V i \ i i . ««"•» ., • .-, . m ' ' i I , •! i r ! 1 • \ THIS MAP prepared by the Advance shows the attendance areas for area. This is indicated in the designation elementary pupils in Algona attending school this fall. Rural pupils are not Sixth grade pupils in area D will affected as they come by bus and are assigned when the bus route is estab- either Bryant or Lucia Wallace schools. 1 i •• UUUWW^ ; . ji : . ^r^r^r^r ^r* 1 * * 1 1 ' ! ' ! ! : ! '! | 1 i 1 i .- ^LJ- ^ \ , < ^°" • i ' • • \ ' . '- i I ; 1 ^ J s l L J ' e*iH44i — ft/TUM •«,• wnoot. \ shown in each area, be assigned on registration to 1 lished. There is some overlapping in some areas because of schools in the ALGONAI KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA. Assignments of schools made for students tering. Registration for all pupils will be August 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or Monday, Aug. 21, 1 to 5 p.m. or 7 to 9 p.m., all at the 'high school gymnasium. Rural bus routes will begin operation starting opening day, August 28. Routes will be 'assigned on registration. SQUARE DANCE AUG. 9 The Farmers & Ctertmers Square Dance group of Ledyard will hold a square dance Wednesday, Aug. 9, at 8:30 p.m. George Booth of Fairmont will be caller, and a free lunch will be served. With the opening of school August 28, only three weeks away, Supt. 0. B. Laimg ha* made assignments of schools for elementary students to attend. The new quarters in the former Read furniture store on Hall street west of the courthouse will be ready and will house only Grades one and two children who live in the. area west of Hall street and south from North street to the city limits on the sout'i edge of Algona. This includes the new building area south and east of the new rest home. Because of this new addition some of the lower grade pupils will have different assignments than before. Parents should check the plat in thi* issue to determine whicli building their children are to attend. The elementary buildings are Bryant, Bertha Godfrey, Lucia Wallace, Third Ward and the new quarters desag nated as "Elementary Annex." Enrollment is expected to take quite a jump because of transfer of some children who had attended St. Cecelia's. A special meeting is called of all 7th graders and new 8th grade pupils. They are to meet at the high school building at 9 a.m. August 22 for a brief meeting including a building tour, locker assignments and orientation. Stu- denits in the 7th grade can choose locker partners. A child must be five years of age on or before Sept. 15, 1967, to enter kindergarten. A Wrth certificate is required. Kindergartens will operate half-day sessions beginning opening day, August 28. Assignment of pupils to mornr ing or afternoon sections wail be confirmed on registration day Friday, August 18, or on Monday, August 21. Effort wall be made to suit the preferences of parents where possible. Rural pupils will be assigned to fit bus schedules for kindergarten. Both birth and health certificates must be presented on or Before regis- Manpower check being made by area college Iowa Lakes Community Col lege, Merged Area III, is conducting a survey of manpower and training needs of employers in Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, and Palo Alto counties. The survey includes questionnaires regarding present •and future needs for workers in the following types of vocational-technical areas: a. Automotive Technicians b. Welding Technicians c. Office Workers d. Firm Management Personnel Local Chambers of Commerce and telephone directories were used in obtaining Usts of business firms in the merged area. The results of this survey will be insbrumen- tal in determining curriculum development of the Iowa Lakes Community College bao- ed on occupational needs. All firms receiving questionnaires are requested to complete and return them as soon as possible in order that the survey might be concluded in August. Graduates PATRICIA Sohwietert, Burt, will be among 65 Seniors in Iowa Methodist School of Nursing to receive their diplomas on Friday night, August 11, in the First Methodist ohuroh. Ralph C. John, President of Simpson College, will give the commencement address. Miss Margaret Denniston, Director of Nursing and Nursing Education, will present the class to Ralph L. Jester, hospital president, who will confer ths diplomas. C. Orval Clark, Chairman of the School of Nursing Advisory Committee, will present the pins. A highlight will be presentations of special merit awards. Sister of Algona woman dies at Mason City Services will be held today ^Monday) at 2 p.m. at the Bap, list church, Mason City, for • Ethel T. Wooldridge, 59, for- iiner Algonan who died Friday '• morning in a Mason City has- ipital. Mrs. Wooldridge was ! treasurer of Mutual Federal 'Savings and Loan Association 'in Mason City, and the sister of Mrs. Henry Furst, Algona. Burial will be at 4:30 p.m. at River view cemetery, Algona. iMrs. Wooldridge was bom Feb. 22, 1908, in Spokane, Wash., the daughter of Ernest and Carrie (Cunningham) Taylor. She was graduated from Algona high school and Hamilton College of Mason City. She had been employed by tho Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 20 years. She was married to Roy J. Wooldridge, Nov. 20, 1931, in Minnesota. He preceded her HAY-FEVER SINUS Sufferers Hir*'t good n«w> for you) E&dusiv* niw "hord ear*" SYNA- CLtAR D«congtslanl tobllll get Initantly end continuously t« drain and cl«or all noiol-iinu» cavilio. On* "hord cor*" tabltt gives vp to 8 hours relief from pain end prtssur* of conj»sti«n. Allows you to breath* »only—stops watery *y*s and runny nos*. You can buy SYNA-CLEAI gt your favorlt* drug count*r, without need 'or o prescription. Satisfaction guaront**d by maUr. Try II today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 iul out this ad—take to a drug tier*. Purchase on* pack of SYNA-CIMR 12't and rec,iv* an* mar* $YNA-CLEAR 1 J Pack Fr»e. HQNWRUCH MUG in death in 1941. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Karen) Holmes, Ventura; three grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Henry (Florence) Furst, Algona, and Dorothy Shatto, Mason City. Besides h'er husband, her par emits also preceded her in death. . Armstrong church has 75th year Armstrong — The Presbyterian church here had a two- day diamond jubilee Saturday and Sunday. Incorporated Aug. 1, 1892, construction of the church building was started that year and the church was dedicated Oct. 15, 1893. The building still stands on the same site, but has been moved on the lot and remodeled. Memorial communion was at 8 p.m. Saturday at the church. An anniversary worship at 10:30 Sunday morning had the Rev. Alex Orr of Neosho, Mo. preaching in his former pulpit. The Rev. Russell P. Nelson of Bricelyn, Minn, and the Rev. James F. Rowe of Mari- /v lajugic&ai'iuii dinner was . at noon at the Armstrong wlin high school building, and lor tohere Was hymn singing and III a historical service at 1:30 • p.m. at the church. B FAMILY REUNION HELD \ A family reunion was held g Sunday, July 30, at the home • of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jean- • blanc and family of Badger, • Iowa. In attendance were Mrs. • Mary Schoellen and daughter, J Maureen and Mrs. Louise De- g be of R. Dodge; Mr. and Mfrs. g Charles Sohoellen and family • of Gilbertville, Iowa; Mr. and • Mrs. Al Kash and daughter • Madonna, of Waterloo; Susan H Schoellen of Kansas City, Mo.; g Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schpel- g len and family of Riverside, • Calif.; Mrs. Henrietta Tucker, • John Pfeffer, Mrs. Carl Lud- • wig, Waltelr Pfeffer, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Muller and family, all of Algona. Celebration The 125th anniversary of g Titonk*. Iowa the founding of Quasqueton, oldest 8-A.gon. (low., Adv.nc. varied activities ended MONDAY, AUG. 7, 1967 a spe«* by U. S. Sena- M s« cotowoi "VIKINGS" roomu IN tXCIJING MINNEAPOLIS and stay at | II; W. R. FRANK'S ^ ^».<4 MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just 5 Minutes From Downtown and Mplj. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Artj DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 ».m. to 12 p.m. Dally Famoui For Cjmllty at Mod«r*t« Pric«». N COURTESY Flee Tnnspoililion to i Airpoit, Tflin ind Bus I Centers. Also Met. Slj- dium, Guthtie Thejlr ind Other Points uest. Upon HEATED POOL With Secluded Sun Terrece. Poolild* Service. 190 LUXURY UNIT* . Air Conditioned with .PwnpItU ^ firvicff. Mdil Coupon tut * Kt t tutui bt OLltui c I NAMF , 1 j ' ' """ 1 CITY. 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