Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1967 · Page 8
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22 teachers new this year forftlgona • There are 22 new teachers of the 98-mcmbef staff for •the Algona school district for 1967-68. Two members were' teachers in this district several yea'rs ago and have returned for the coming year. The total teaching staff membership represents an increase of five over the staff •of 1966-67, four of these extra members being in the oh- merttary grades, and the remaining mem tier being in the Junior-Senior High. New teachers will report •for special instructions from •the principals and department chairmen, August 23, and the entire staff reporting ifor instructions Thursday, • August 24. The first clay of classes, KiKndergarten-lZ inclusive, will'be Monday, August 28. New teachers in elementary grades are: Mrs. Beverly Nordman— Grade 5, Alta, who graduated last May from Iowa State University with a major in elementary education. John Nordman—Grade tj, Alta, who graduated last May from. Iowa State University with a major in elementary education. Mrs. DcEtta Twetlt—Grack 2, Algoma. Mrs. Twcdt has had four years of teaching experience and her elementary education has been at Waldorf Collage. Mr. and Mrs. Twcdt 'have three children, one of pro-school age and one in grade 1 and one in grade 5. Jaimcs Welton—Etelmen- tiary physical education and high school athletics. Mr. Wei- ton is from Orange City where he was an instructor for the past seven years in Northwestern College. He has his undergraduate degree from Morningside and his master's degree fjrom Son'th Daiko'lia State at Brookings. He will assist Mr. Christie in coadiing football. He is married and has four children, one of preschool age and the others in elementary grades. (Mrs. Joanne Backihaus'— Grade 4. Mrs. Backhaus has lhad her elementary training at Wayne State college nt Wayne, Neb. Her most recent teaching experience was last year at Graettingcr, and her total experience as a teacher is five years in intermediate grades. Mr. Backhaus is local district representative for Horace Mann Insurance. Mr. 4 of 22 new teachers here JOHN NORDMAN, Alta, will teach grade 6. He graduated in May from Ames. MRS. JOHN (Beverly) Nordman, will teach grade 5. She MRS. DeETTA TWEDT, Algona, will teach second grade. JAMES WELTON, of Orange •Wniotrits mk young at fair booth Young adult" between the ages of 17 and 30 interested in becoming a member of till Young .Democratic Party of Kossuth County may sign their names at the Democratic Booth during the Kossuth County Pair. Memberships may also bs secured by contacting'Ray E. Steven, Jr., at CoTwith. | The purpose of the organization is t.T develop leadership, promote deeper interest in national, state and local funds were increased by small I Jlfftfff J**!^^fti amoufttft. MONDAY* AUO< 14, there were no objection* to the new budget. Hie council discussed street ftfgiis With i Jaycee tttive. The CLUI, Wednesday Bri ^^i^^^ ' 8p*e. Heffand, a fife di- eratof in HeadqUArtert Battery, 3fd Battalion of the 35U1 AHitei* «tt**l the Afiny Winners &h.MMrt,JtM, • oott. will be Mrs. fid Wol- ••••••••••••••••••MM Servicemen Duane C. Sheldahl SCHWETZINGEN, GERM, «minE* TTK^IWI^, ui vsiaiie^ , m n «uun«i, svmvc mm «""•• /ATUMrt rttiano f 1 City, is a new teacher for ele- governments, and provide^ an ^jfS^\M'tfvS^MA children. „- 20-yeaf-dld soldier was graduated from Lakota Consolidated Higto School in 1965. LOCALS' Coming to Algona recently to visit Mrs. Mabel Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Howard SttUmau and family were Glen McConnell, Nevada, Iowa, and Mrs. •Mabel McConnell, Honolulu, Hawaii. Mr. McConnell, Mrs. .Lee's brother, is retired in they have four children. «h. and Mrs. Backhaus have two children in the elementary grades. •Mrs. Jeanne Lighter—Ele- •menltary and Junior High art, Algon ! a. Mrs. Lighter has a master's degree in art from Drake University and tauglht art the past two years at Es- •therville. She has one daughter in high school. iMrs. Ethel Daman—Kindergarten, Algona; taught last year in Henderson, Minn. She has had nine years of teaching experience and her elementary education training has been mainly at Drake University. Mr. and Mrs. Daman have two children in the Junior High School. 'Mrs. Elizabeth Blackburn— Grade 2; lives on a farm near Britt. She has had about 18 yea'rs of experience and her /training includes elementary education at Kearney State Teachers at Kearney, Neb. iMrs, Sarah Haven'—Grade Kindergarten; lives in Burt where her husband is superintendent of schools. She has a B. A. degree in elementary education and approximately 25 years of teaching experience. Mrs. Rhonda St. Joihn— Grade 1, Algona; had her elementary education training at Waldorf and has had about five years of teaching experience. Mr. and Mrs. St. Johai have one child in kindergarten. .Mrs. Judith Milner—Grade 1, Burt,; has her bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of 'Missouri and has taught the past year in the Mason City Public Schools. s Mrs. Patricia Watson— Grade 1, Algona. Mrs. Watson has had her elementary training at Parsons College and she has tauglht two years. Mr. and Mrs. Watson have three children in elementary grades. 'Mrs. Beverly Mawdsley— Elemenitajry vocal music, Al- gopa. Mrs. Mawdsley has her bachelor's degree from Moru- ingside College. She taught music in the local system in the school year of 1956-57. <Mr. and Mrs. Mawdsley have 'two cMldren in elementary grades. Mrs. Ka*hryn Mislbaohi— Grade 6, Algona; has her degree in elemen- tary education and has taught several years in the Algona system in intermediate grades. New teachers in Junior- Senior high school are: Karen Johnson—Business education, Bondunant. She lias her bachelor's degree from the University of Northern Iowa of Cedar Falls, and she taught business education two years at Bondurant. Floyd Thics—-Guidance. Was superintendent of schools the past two years at Alexandria, S. D., and has had eight years of teaching experience. His bachelor's and master's wer« earned at Northern State College at Aberdeen, S. D. Mr. Thies is married and they live at 610 South Dodge in Algona. Marcia Sweeney—English, Cylinder. Taught the past two years in River Forest, 111. Her bachelor's degree 'was earned at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Steven King—Social Studies, Winterset. Graduated la&t May from Iowa State University at Ames. Mr. King is a bachelor. Juan Oalvo—Spanish, (Miami, Fla. Taught Spanish in the school year of 1965-66 at Villisca. Mr. Calvo is completing Ms master's degree at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. He is a refugee from Che Castro Regime in Cuba. Mr. and • Mrs. Oalvo were teachers in Cuba before the 'Cuban 1 Revolution, Enrique - Zayas Bazan— Spanish, Bode. He is completing his master's degree at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Bazan. resided at Bode the last two years where he tauglht Spanish. Mr. Bazan is also a refugee from the Cuban Revolution. Ridhard Przychod'zin!—Stei- al Studies, Gilmore City. He has his bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University. Mr. and Mrs. Przychiodz- in have one child of preschool age. Marcia Miller—English and dramatics, Gayville, S. D. She graduated last May from Northern State at Aberdeen, S. D. Double shower ««•* D>r » rt ta . * i- j ttrilm, Vtehum at Cylinder for two girls A miscellaneous bridal shower was held Aug. 5 at the Cylinder school for Rosalie and Virginia Fraser. The program was opened by a welcome by Joanne Fraser. Advice to the brides was read by Mrs. Lois Dau. A piano selection was played 'by Rowena Wildin. A humorous reading was given by Jeanne Dau. The gifts were registered by Marilyn Dau and assisted by Marsha Friedrich in opening for Virginia Fraser while Mary Jane Crawford registered, and was assisted by Kathy Fraser in opening gifts for Rosalie Fraser. Helping pass the gifts were Cindy Brandow, Rowena Wildin, Rita Fraser and Jeanne Dau. Virginia Fraser will be married to Ray Friedrich while Rosalie Fraser will marry Rod Culbertson at a double ceremony on Aug. 20 at 2 p.m. in the Fairville Lutheran church, Cylinder. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Lois Dau, Mrs. Eleanor Brandow, Mrs. Mildred Fraser and Mrs. Ida Wildin. PLEIKU, VIETNAM (AHT- NC) — Army Specialist Five Kenneth D. Durant, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo R. Durant, v 1000 No. Roan St., Algone, Iowa, aWived at Pleiku, Vietnam, 'base camp Of the 4th Infantry Division, July 29. Before being assigned to a spe* cific unit, Spec. Durant received 50 hours of training with the 4th Replacement Detachment. He entered on active duty on April 1964 and was last stationed ait Ft. Monmouth, N. J. Durant, whose wife, Joyce, 'lives at Fort Dodge, is a 1963 graduate of Algona high school. . Shower given at Titonka for *. a fall bride A miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Peggy Mich- • aelsen, daughter of Mr. and • Mrs. Neal Michaelsen of Titon-. "ka, on Wednesday evening, July 26, at the First Baptist church in Bancroft, Iowa. Mrs. R. E. Weber welcomed the 129 guests, and corsages INSURE THE Kossuth women attend convention Three women from Kossuth county attended the National American School Food Association convention which was held in Dallas, Texas, July 27 to Aug. 5. The women were Mrs. lona Richardson, Swea City, president-elect of the Iowa School Food Association; Mrs. Leona Johnson, Bancroft, president of the Kossuth County School Food Association ; and Mrs. Dora Dremmel, past president of the Kossuth Association. WAY SEE US TODAY! BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENOY 109 N. Dodge. Algona, Iowa Everything's tastier with MILK Me instant mrgii* Zesty milk tickles the taste buds when yog drink it solo, and goes great with all the good- ies in your picnic basket . . . with, snacks, meals, top.- Treat yourself to the goodness of milk, often. COOP were presented the honored guests by Mrs. Otto Glawe. The members of the girls choir honored the guests with a special number, followed by a skit narrated by Frances Pac- is Army specialist four July ad- near Sohwetzinger, Germany, the where he is a member of the Hawaii, is Mrs. Lee's sister- drawing each tickets, sponsored by the Central Commit^ - ' ' will be ALGGKA in Julv Sheridan^ 111., before arriving ker, assisted by Iris Michael- K?™, «^ ^'4" "fine' overseas in February 1967 sen, cousin of the bride-elect, ^ 1UD on me nnai aa ' OI • «»- — — »j..»««,-» t« i and Sherry Michaelsen, niece of the bride-elect. Another skit was presented by Agnes Olson, Mrs. R. E. Weber, Marjorie Johnson and Marilyn Johnson. Nancy Nelson played a flute solo, followed by Devotions given by Mrs. Donald Michaelsen, aunt of Miss Michaelsen. A medley of songs by Marjorie Johnson and Marilyn Johnson concluded the program. Janice Alke poured punch and Mrs. A. W. Nelson poured coffee. Assisting the bride-to-be in opening her gifts were Judy Egel, Sharon Michaelsen and Sherry Michaelsen. Peggy and Kenneth Egel will be married Sept. 2, at the First Baptist church in Algona. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCEI fair. Bancroft tax levy goes up for next year Bancroft — Bancroft's taxi levy for the next year will go residents learned at an open meeting Monday night. Total expenditures for next year are set at $265,550 compared to a $265,474 budget last year. Of this $39,035 will- be raised by taxes, where $31,555 was levied last year. There is no one fund pushing up the tax levy, according to the budget report. 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