The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 20, 1946
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*-;><*' SfX. DANGER! AUTO RACES COMING Algona 'Fair Grounds LABOR DAY Sponsored by 'ALGONA LlttNS CLUB Eu Atetne:; /Mr. and Mrs. Har ry "Vah 'ibr'asfca have purchased tne John Relter house in the s'authip;a'r.t < of. town -which is now tetWhted by Mrs. Anna Ruberg Cprn.-Wid' ChHs Rutoerg. Mr. anc Mrs. Van Drflska have ' been liv- " ih. "the apartments over the 'Fe'6nfte'r 'bUHHing 'But 'this in fttl' building was sold recently and a Gamble Store is to start the 'Wry 'near future. READWfc'WA'Nt-ABS up in Buy The"Gle s e Bullocks have JjbUght the 'horiie of Mrs. Wnitehilt 6h "Mdin street. MANY HONORS FOR GUEST AT WESLEY Wesley: Mrs. Oscar Wagner the former Florence Olson o Manly, has spent the past four weeks at her 'parental E. M. Olson home. On Sunday of last week she was honored : at a birthday party. Guests at the Olson home included her grandmother DEIS MOINES, ALG^A WWA Mrs. Rbse Laux Mrs. Bob Pink. and Mr. and For many years "Nohh Westerii" has done a grand job in serving vacation. bound travelers. This isn't surprising when you recall the many famous regions to which "North Western" provides outstanding service. For example: COLORADO - YELLOWSTONE 2ION- BRYCE - GRAND CANYON 'NATIONAL 'PARKS CALIFORNIA - PACIFIC NORTHWEST BLACK HILLS of SOUTH DAKOTA NORTH WOODS of WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA and UPPER MICHIGAN CHICAGO, WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, BOSTON and the EASTERN SEABOARD- May we send you detailed information about the vacation regions you favor, together with rail and'PulIman costs? See your local Ticket Agent or mail coupon. Friday afternoon Mrs. Wagner was surprised by a group of relatives who ca.ine for'the after- .nvu n °™ nnc) s P ent several hours ArH Cllttln g. tearing and seVving car""" pet rags. Attending were her Tiints Mrs. Aueust Oarman. Mrs. Tony Seiler, Mrs. Henry Hnver- y; also Mrs. 'June Noble and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Pink of Titonkn. LJnkm Club Has Contest Program On Centennial Topics Union: The Busy Bee club held a nice meeting at the home of Jessie Miller last Friday afternoon with 20 ladies attending. Feme Androascn presided. The program chairman was not present so the hostess presented three contests. As it was a centennial meeting the contests were along that theme. The first contest was guessing the names of cities in Iowa and was won by Mary Jean Andrews. The second was a map of Iowa drawn on paper to be filled in with certain cities, including Burt and the DCS Moines river, also boundaries. Mabeline Lovstad was winner. The third Contest was making the largest ist of words out of "Iowa Centennial." Ada Hofius was winner. Guests were Mrs. Miller's nother Mrs. J. M. Cox of Irv- ngton, Mrs. Vern Barker, also of rvington, and Mrs. Calvin Kolasch (Ruth Schrooder). Mrs. <ollasch is visiting her sister Vtrs. Kenneth Cook. The next meeting is to be held t the home of Nellie Jenkinson August 30. SEXTON •for. were at SHsltdts Mtte. Mrs. Harvey Steven, north towh, was '6h the 'sick Hst latter !p«rt'ttf the Metric "d'nd -was Under a doctor's cafe. dlehn and Ambrose Licktgig -\vere at Garn'er TOlHttay, 'ffl&fe 'titty -attttfed the sal,e'at,the sfales ibarn. 'Mrs. Ray Th'frft'as'tof Iowa City is Visiting at ; lhe 'hoftie of her parents, Mr. 'ahd 'Mrs. Get). C. Olsen '^nd ,6tKer, 'Relatives. Mr. and/Mi's. -Leo '•' Steven and Mariel b^estey, "Mis. &o. c Dlsen and 'AHhur v Olsen Were VTasttn City -callers ' Thtirstfay of ast Ntfeefc. Mr. and Mrs. Martin : ftinders nnd son TdWmy-of near 'Bfitt were fiSestidy -everiirig Visitors 'at he •home ef ; Mrs. 'Jfihtiers' 'lPn6th- r,. Mrs. 'Cl-usie Nbble. • Mr. • a.n'd;;Mrs. -Robert : Kaih 'and' family 'enjoyed a,Visit the first 6f'the v>etek from her sister Mr. 'and Mrs. belmer Pbmhiering and •family of ^Albert Lea, Minn. Joan Schiley returned to he hdme at Or-a6tt)nier Pfidaj morning by tf'airt after Visltin' with her cbusins Deloris lant Mary Kay Bemis since Sunday. Harvey Duane Steven, eldes son of Mr. and Mrs. iUbyc Steven 6f Mapleton, 'Minn, is Visiting his grahdrhoth er Mi-s. 'Sarah Wise and oth'ei relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mackintosh and family of Brookings, S. D. Itfft Thursday morning'for their home after a few days visiting his sister Mr. and Mrs. Harolc Hunt and other relatives. Mrs. Fred Jennings and \ a jrother from near Burt lefl Wednesday evening by train for Detroit, Mich., to attend the funeral of their grandmother which was to be held Friday. Their nother Was 'Unable to go on ac- ount of ill health. fltlte si|Ht-s*e4ftg '-Ifil) . filaik Mills and to otfe \ /„ ._,(.."_,.„,_,. 'I 5 I ii Jofth tfdwSft rhtfrin, 'Minneapolis, battle ' .MftiHiftfo ; <ih ' day to visit Matt Lamuth."J6hn ' or -'Wftfl-e Hh >5Wr, -EaYnulri, I am send me Name . W. F.' Winkrantz, D. F & P. A Chic aR o and North Western System 326 lirsi Avtnuc, N. E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa interested in a vacation trip to .•„.. pi,,, : complete information. "ease Address City CHICAGO and NORTH WKTBKN WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS akotans Attend A Family Reunion Lakota: The Christ family re- mon was hold at Clear Lake last week Sunday with the following attending: The August Christs, the Mike Christs, A. C Klockes, Henry Boettchers, Leonard Christs, Roland Smiths Jr., the Gene Christs, the Fred Mabus'es, the Arvid Christs, Lakota; Walter Klockes, Ledyard". the 'W. ;H. Gelhauses and Arnold Broers, -Hubbard, la.; and the'Ed Christs of Forest City. : — --— o -"-»«»» •..*». i MM.U viit; WbllCJfl — —.••» • O.V.KK T ****fc**»*/ia Were Hveekcrfd ' visitors. 'Wigs' :V, t *OW«<o> •'«*,. 4* i"•**,«i ^A,,; Herrmann is Mutt's nitffc. -!.,£" YEs°- J»ft. .S n .4 ™*?l o* 1 *) v eneros'- cided lo send Ihe'Algorta Juttfbr E6'gi6n •te'ahi 'to se'e '-tMe 'AlU e at CttstteU at. (j Oc^ it, fn'w WA"NT ADS ^BRINGS ANNOUNGEME1MT5 ALGONA PUBLIC SCHOOLS PIONEER yields big of superior feedihg quality market Order now/ N CALL OR SEE RZRI C. L. BAILEY, Algona ,,,„„,. JttHN BQRMANN, Bode Phone 2602 HAItOLD V. -JONE_S, Swea City ."..' Phone 252F7 R.^MAWDSLEY/Burt Phone 14 on 87 •AARON W. STEUSSY, LiiVci'ne Phnn«> 9<;7o W. A, MURRAY, Bancroft I pj,o"e 4331 H. R: TRENARY.'Baricroft 1; \VlIiBUR FOX, Bancroft T«Sxr J 9 H Ji SONt Armstron ff Phone Swea City 62F7 . •JOHN A. SLEPER, Buffalo Center Phone 99R3 •WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore Phone 232G »WM: J. MARTINEK, Wesley u.. . Thone 2731 - AtWttttlMiWiW^ •— •*<* -> f i •• • *- ; • •*•'« - • • IT'S EfllR TIME In Kissuth Cburity GARDEN StATE .. J CdliHty. It's s< Fair Tlrtle"vagaih. It's nearirtg the feiid of another successful farming seasdh, 'It's a time for'hayiilttess and fuh'and'the'bringing together>of all of us/from tbvi>hiattd farm alike, to view'the exhibits^rom^he-boUtity of-Kossiitlrsdil, and to jbiri'h^il'ds^n pufe^leasUrc ahd'Jlnprfeciatibn 'of -bur own . good fortunes. K* D. JAM€S THF REXALL STORE I. SCHOOL OPENS, grades/kindergarten to 12 in<ilusive, tin -Tttesday, September 3rd, 8:30 a. m. ijUnib>-sen- ior high school; 9:00 a. m. elementary grades. Kindergartens will operate in half-day sessions beginning Wednesday, September 4th; l two sections 'will meet in the High School building, one in forenoon and one in afternoon; a forenoon section will meet in Btryarit building; an afte'rnbon section 'Will meet in the Third Ward building. Registrations for kindergarten will be as follows: Tuesday morning for' 'the High School groups in room No. 145; Registrations for the ! Bryaht group will be Tuesday morning at'that building; for the Third Ward group at 1:15 p.'m. Tuesday at their buildi'hg. <II. DISTRICTS for elementary grades— by buildings. A. Third Ward — all. children, grades kindergarten -to six inclusive, who live cast'of North Booster Street or east of South Phillips. B. Bryant. 1. All children, grades two'to six inclusive, who live west'Or^sOtiih of the above dividing iJine 'set 'for 'Third Ward. 2. All children, grade ! kinaerga*ten and one, Who live north of a'llne'frdm West McGregor 'to ThoVin^tOn 'to State and west'of North WOoster. 3. All Children (QrJ'kirtdei^gaVten to six inclusive) livihg'beydhd dty*tthiits enroll at Byrant Unless 'Otherwise di- rested. C. First Grade and High School Building, Rodms No. and 1'45. All Children who-Hve so\iti\ of dbove Uine designated for%*yant .first &rade and kindergarten. D. If enrdllments^aire not evenly divide d by abo-ve building assignments some exceptions tttay'have to be made. III. 'DATE OF ENROLLMENT. A. For seventh grade students (ov CigKth grade not previously enrolled in local schools) at High School Building on Saturday'morning, August 31st at 9:00 a. m.—Junior ftiudy Hall. B. For rural ninth grade students at High School Building on Monday, August 26th at 8:00 p. m.—High School Auditorium. C. Enrollment for new high school students (grades 9 to 12) not previously enrolled ! in local schools at High School Principal's off ice, week beginning Monday, August 26th, preferably Monday or Tuesday, 26th or 27th. D. Enrollment'for'new elementary school students (grades! to 6) notpre- viously enrolled in local schools at Superintendent's office, week of Monday, August 26th, preferably Monday or Tuesday. Kindergarten pupils report at time aiid'place 'designated -in (I) abtive. 'IV. AGE REQUIREMENTS. \. For kindergarten—must be five years-old oil or'before Dec. 15, 1946. B. For first grade—must'be six'years old on or btefore Dec. 15, lfl'46. V. TEXTBOOKS. All-textbooks this year will be furnished by Oie school on ; a nonprofit rental'basis. 'No new or second-hand textbook sales'or exchanges will be •necessary. Detail as to rentals will be • given for respective grades at the dptiliing of school. "VI. 'OFFICE HOURS. Superintendent's and High School fcrinclbars offices in 'High School Building—Daily from 8:10 a. m. to 12 and 1:00 to 4:45 p. m. Telephone 295. OTTOB.LAtNG Superintendent

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