The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1946 · Page 7
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.T N *• *. , V J tKfje SIsona SSpper Be* ^Kbfnui ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1946 Second Section Eight' tfages BACK-TO-SCHOQt SECTION Expect Over 900 Enrollment In Algona Schools, Tuesday 13 NEW TEACHERS ON PUBLIC SCHOOL FACULTY; 5 VETS .i .Algeria's public schools will I/open Tuesday morning, Sept. 3, -f>ittv a staff of 44 faculty mem- |lPpfS, and with an estimated en- liVirbUrncnt of -about 900 pupils. St. Cecelia's Academy of Algona will also open Sep- 'fember 3. .Supt. 0. B. Iviing said that the lublic schiol Hndergarten will ;§pparent}y have tho largest en- SrolJincnt in its history. Kindcr- ?gartens will be established in fffiach of the three .builrlirifs. hi*h iFf-hobl. Bryant and Third Ward 'Schools. flew Teachers Llsled .t'the same time, names of 1.3 »./ teachers on.. the public 4n"ool faculty were, released for § llcation by Supt. Laing., 'summary of the new teach- j^s follows: plEupsne Anderson—vocal music [teacher in the junior-senior High School. Graduate of Augustano, Rock Island, 111., with a B. A. and posj; gradudtn work at (he University of Michigan. He ferved three years in the army air corps. Prior to that -he [taught at Rock Rapids. He is [married and has one child, and [the family plans on living 1 in' a mouse .trailer temporarily. f- Margaret Bornmeyer, home,making teacher. She comes from FAmes, where she attended Iowa 'State and graduated this year. She recently went to Washing,ton, D, C.,'as a'4-H representative for Iowa. .. Waller Edwards, science and -guidance director. He resigned ; to enter the army, in 1942, and now returns. He is fnarried and has one child. He Has a degree from Iowa Wesleyan, and postgraduate work -at Colorado A.' and M. Forest City Girl Dorothy Herzbercv junior high mathematics, Her home is Vic- tni*. Jay: and she had .four pre- =yinus" .Vea'rs" teaching^mc^rigrice, iT.tesi Te^ach'ers*Gpllege t . •• ^ ; i, 'Pacnel ' Jenseh;vrjunior high Enelish teacher. "She has a B. A. legree.from St..Qlaf college, and ,.au£?ht-for eight years prior to coming to Algona! Her home is at Forest City, la. Leon Martin, .teacher in shop .courses, and wrestling coach, as- 'sisting in other sports. He recently returned from the army. He graduated from Iowa State Teachers College, where he was a champion wrestler. He is married. • • ' • . Kathleen Mullaley, girls physical education teacher. She is also 9 graduate of Iowa State «, college, with a . physical educa- >1 tion major. Her home is at Mar- liion, la. ' An Army Veteran H. H. Poush. will teach speech, economics and American history. ,Ie recently returned from four years in the army, and is the only, bachelor on thje staff. He has a B. A. degree from Jenn College, fend a Masters degree from Haverford College, Penn. He taught at • Eddyville before the war. George W. Sefrit, vocational agriculture teacher. He is also an ex-service man and has a degree from Iowa State college. He is married and has one child. He will be a full time instructor, •with federal financing of part Of his work, Mary Jane Trenary, will teach Spanish and English. She is a graduate from the University of Iowa; her home is at Washington, la. Pauline Rankin will teach firsl grade at the Bryant., She took her college training at Iowa State Teachers and Drake, and taught for 4% years before coming here. Her home is at Tracy Ja. . - .--."• , j Barbara Punlop, Third Ward end Bryant kindergarten teaoh- — Her home is at Jefferson, la Bricklayers School Here Called State's Best n»n .Biegs, &hcfl"Rldv.Ir>wa. ;i vetpi-m of 45 ing school for potential masons, which lias been years in masonry work, is shown above illustrating .held each Tuesday since July 8, in a cattle barn at pj.m nr oi&js room work with a joke, at the train- tho Kossuth fairgrounds Shown-above, MHton G. Norton, Algona lum-, : . blteklayers draining. 'Frank Kohlhaas, Algona In «tffnt- r ,m p »l y6arS ' °" e v,^ men instrumental mayor, who visited the project, termed the school n setting upthe_ masonry school, explains the ,1ob "a wonderful project for small towns and rural that Harold Hunt, Algona is completing, in the areas.". Hunt had just completed the mortar rnix- school conducted at the Kossuth fairgrounds for ing and use of the trowel instruction , Boy On Pony Hit By Passing Motor Bode: Thursday evening, August 15, near Ploy«r'while Mr. and She is a graduate of Iowa State •Teachers College and has taught for four years, the last-year at Holstein. Mrs. Earl Sprague, fifth-sixth grade at the Third Ward. She formerly taught here, prior to her marriage. She is a graduate of Grinnell, and formerly taught the same grades in the local schopls. Mrs. H, M. Buettner of Bode were 1 passing the . John ••-EJppclhelmer 1'a.rm south of Plover, a boy riding a pcny came from the driveway, and was hit by the passing car. The boy was visiting at the Eppel- he'mer farm. He. said he saw the car but the poriy was frightenec and he could not stop him. He was thrown some distance, toul was not seriously hurt. Pony had to be shot and occupants or the car'were not injured but their new DcSoto car had to be towed intr Bode. It was pretty badly damage;!. . " . - . WANT ADS BKINGS RESULTS Tuesday, Sept. 3. EYERSHARP Because you appreciate quality-you'tt like its distinctive design. Pen has Magic Feed- which prevents ink flooding or leaking high .in a plane .",. so of course at ground level (00, Matching Repeater Pencil feeflsjiew points like a machine gun when you click the Magic Button! Eversharp Pencils $1.50 «p for Longer- Lasting Beauty COSMETIC'S C!§r» Harm ij devoted w tb cf the mpden* woman. Her fine Hww fyiviwo-oijed iM«f far? OC|OIMf| S|J) Lusby&Giossi 15 'GRADUATES' IN WASGNRYAFTER6 WEEKS TRAINING j- Here, in ; pictures, is the story of ,a day:at-the rural mason's school Draining program, just completed iat Algona. ' The, school, sponsored by local and Kossuth lumber yards in cooperation with the Structural^Clay the course . Purpose of the school was to help relieve the,acute shortage of skilled masonary workers, which is threatening to hold up housing and farm building construction, and to.'glve returning veterans and high school graduates a chance to 'leiarn^a goo'd paying trade. There was no, charge for the ft-aining. Courses Began July 8. Other training centers for similar instruction have been conducted at Emmetsburg, Webster City and Sac City. Courses started Julys. ',..'.' In addition to the oral instruction, the students also received the benefit of actual work with "tools and materials. They mixed mortar, used a trowel, bevel and other tools, laid brick, '-worked with brick and tile, 'built up corners and constructed chimneys. They also received training in estimating, 'blue print reading and other phases of the trade. Plenty Vf Brick Soon. M. H. Allen, regional director of the Structural Clay Products Institute said that the present skilled labor supply could only fill about 59 per cent of the estimated demand for brick masonry work in the post war market. . The average age of;skUled'~ma- sons in 1940 wls 44'years,'he'SaTd. and there has not 'Been enough training for beginners to replace craftsmen who are leaving the trade, retiring or going to other jobs. He added that there would soon be plenty of brick and tile foi housing projects if lack- of skilled masons does not hold up the work Graduates of the Algona schoo: have practically all been placed in jobs. Soltow, Mrs. O'Grady of Algona. Alice Weisbrod and Selma Godfredson, Union, received prizes. Another tea will be held at the Louis Bode home Wednesday. August 28. Beverly and Gary Robison, Dorthea Fallesen and Jan Gardner were guests of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner three days last week';and all attended the pcunty fair., . •Mrs. Ernest Godfredson returned home from . Rochester a week ago Saturday., 'She will return again in three mpriths for a checkup. - ." • ••:'-:/'\f'-- - • Mrs. Lawrence .Tripp and two children' were.-guests last Thursday of Mrs. Louis-Bode. They were former neighbors. Mrs. Robinson Of Union Hostess At Tea On Wednesday Union: Mrs. Louis Robinson was hostess to a group of ladies last week Wednesday afternoon. 'Mrs. most complete line of toiletries exclusively for men—distinctively packaged. Eversharp J $3,95 UP LUSBY&GIOS5I SHAVING 80WI PerinaneAt Shaving Bowl with ton-lock bru»h holder cyer'. 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