The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1946 · Page 14
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" ' PAGE EIGHT. ftfOtgSg, ALGONA IOWA. 10 Agriculture Evening School Classes Being Planned Textbook Rental Fees Are Listed Textbooks for the public schools will be rented this year by the school on a non-profit basis. Workbooks and certain other materials are sold at cost at the senior high level. Collections will be made by grades, by the teacher of the the home room at the opening of the school year, on the following oasis: Kindergarten—$1.25 per semester, including lunch. Grades 1-3, inclusive, $1.50 per year. Grades 4-6, inclusive, $2.50 per year. Grades 7-8, inclusive, $3.00 per year. Grades 9-12, inclusive, $3 per year (workbooks, other fees extra). It costs less than ONE CENT PER'HUNDRED READERS to advertise in The Algona Upper DCS Moines. Enters Sanitarium Wesley: Charlotte Monson, youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Monson of Mason City, former Wesleyans, has entered the Oakdale Sanitarium with a lung ailmeht. Nightman At Station Wesley: Jimmy Sailer, is night man at the Standard Oil Station, in w under manastrnoiH of Don Licktcig. First Shrapnel, Then Appendicitis Attack Burt: Wallace Hawcott, who had undergone an operation for the removal of shrapnel from the large bone of his left arm cm the previous Friday, underwent an emergency appendectomy last Tuesday evening. Both operations took place -it the Veterans' hospital in Des Moines. His wife, who spent last week in Des Moines, also had her ' appendix- removed only a few weeks ago. Just fry to wear out thl$ scuff-tip by Buster Brown This shark-print oxford will foil young scuffers. It wears and wears. Fine flexible leather throughout. Made on a famous Live-Foot Last. All Sizes and All Widths ' Kin^l Have fun cvorv Falurday morniiiff. Listen to l!ie Bustr-r Brown Gail". A full ha'f-hour. Stories ;i.i:l FBIISS. 10:30 A. HI. Slafon WHO. ADULT PROGRAM WILL START HERE NEXT NOVEMBER Ten adult school classes are being planned as a part of the new Vocational Agriculture program being introduced this fall in Algona high school. The Hrst clas4 will be announced for shortly after the corn picking season ends, probably the first or second week in November, Registrations for the course will be accepted at the first meeting, "This program will be for the farmers, by the farmers and of the farmers, a down-to-earth, practical schedule of evening sessions," George Scfrit, vocational ag. instructor, stated. The subjects will be treated in a round table manner, and will be selected by an advis'ory council of farmers interested in the project. Swine production, feeds and feeding, prospects for 1947, disease and sanitation, commercial fertilizer, new crops and ither similar topics will be taken up. Every farmer within driv- i«g fii«-t:—iri v/ill be welcome to attend the evening school c'V-ses, Algona school board members state. George Sefr'it, the instructor, vhilc attached to the school faculty, is a 12-months instructor nd adviser through application of the Smith,Hughes Act in con- icction with the local school. In conjunction with the even- ckisses planned, a clay school program will start next week, with 51 pupils enrolled. This part of the program was explained two weeks afo in this newspaper in some detail. Students will take seven hours if work a week, and in addition ill each work on home projects which will be owned and developed bv the students. The mi'in objective of this pro- pram is to ppt the bovs established, to help them develop a "iund investment, and advance ! hn bovs on the path of successful farminu bv having him prac- Ucc what he is taught in school. ,-!• - ••• Bulldog Gfiddws in Fiist Practice Algona high ichool's Hrst 1946 fooiball practice was h«ld yesterday. . the sctukd will hav* three. weeks practice b*for» the first game of 1M mason, Friday night, Sept. 13, agairut Lak< Mills. "^>^'":<- - ' , '. ' „ ... Eight letternien—four backs and four linemen —will form the nucleus of th* 1946 team, Coach Geite Hert* tatd. The Algona hb)rt*i!ehedule of five game* li one of the bast fof local fa»is'for some time, but the calibre of the opposition : is such iHaj/in'iy hard work and ateam fast enough to oVero*me the probable'superior weight of opponents and their greater manpower in numbers; is going to make the season a happy one, • ... Home cjames will find Lake Mills, Eagle Grovo, Hamp-. ton, Spencer, and.jtumbpldi here. Coach Hertx.said thai his chief worry is likely to be filling, the tackle aijd enq 1 ' positions. There is a desperate shortage 'of men for the positions. . The North-Geritral-Conference is going to be tough this year, Hertz said, with Hampton and Clarion rated as pow-. erhpuses. , ' • Boys returning from service who are still eligible are going to greatly raise the calibre of conference play. At the present time Algona is about the only school in the confer"- ence with none of these boys returning, Coach Herts said. 'lo-Enlists In Army Wesley: Merle Loebig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebic, rr-- •'nlistcd in the army and left Aueust 7, but as yet has no permanent assignment. He served four years in the last war and was discharged as a staff scr- •cant in December. *•'• Elevator Meeting Wesley: Ed Hildman, manug- •••• of the Co-Oporaiive klevator Co., attended a district . manag- I ers meeting at West Bend Thursday evening. LUVERNE WOMEN GIVE MISSION PLAY LuVerne: The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the city ipaitk.)-The esson was on miss.ion^s,, and a short play was acleci dji ''Mjdi- cal Missions." Characters in the play were Mrs. Margaret Smith, Mrs. Blanche Anderson, Mrs. Janctte Hopkins and Mrs. Georgia Chapman. Mrs. Frank Chapman had charge of devotions and an offering was taken for medical missions. The next meeting will be with Mrs, Walffir Englc. 1 , * * *'" ' 3; . Doris Hintz .spent the weeks- end at Clear'Lake visiting Ellen Meyer, who is vacationing at a joltagc there. Mrs. William Moeding went to Cedar Falls. Friday to get her son Darrcll, who is coining home for a month's vacation. > Callers at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson this week were Miss Lena , Gcigel. .of Renwick ar>H Mrs. Jrvin Hof of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Otto'Ramus, Bert ' R'amus and Mrs, Anna Sankey went to Springfieldjr' Minn., on Wednesday. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch and girls Sonja and Cheryl Ann and Mrs. Anna -Goctsch left Wednesday for a vacation in Minnesota:'-., . -•.•?. -,y.p.S;,?Tv ,ye Irvin CHapman ''arrived". -home- Friday from Buckley Fiel,d, Colorado, where he received his discharge. Irvin has been 'in sef- vice for four years. ' • • L Miss Florence Hintz and Mrsi William Hoepner-A\'ent to Fort "inclff! Tliu-sd^y to visit Mrs. "Tdcrjnnrs father, who is • a p^ 'Jent' iri' a hospital '{Here." , Mr. and M.rs. Janies Christenr son of DCS Moines was calling on friends here this week, Mr. Christenson was a .former M. & St. L. depot agent' here. . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Mrs. Joe Bowers and children of Waterloo spent Thursday, at the 1 Ernest Behnkendorf home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas and granddaughter of Waterloo visited Sunday at the Max Meyer hohifrl 'lalso Mr. and Mrs. Rich arc; P«oJ.raz of Whittemore. ; . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman are parents of twin daughters born at the Lutheran hos-r pital in Fort Dodge. The girls have been named Lynn Marie; * ' md Laura Mae. . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niclsori md Mrs. Askcl Niclson returned homev .Thursday from a trip liBpuJtji -Wisconsin and Illinois. rhey" visited at the Harry Peter- ion home and other relatives. • Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nielsoh, Dorothy and Darrell, went . to Fort Dodge Friday and took Mrs. Joe Bowers and children to the train, where they returned to their home in Waterloo after viiiling relatives here. ''"Mrs. Conrad Ristau, Miss Cora Ristau and Mrs. Kenenth Ristau of, Nora Springs and Mrs. Lena Hintz of Algona and her son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hintz of Westgate visited at the Max Meyer home on Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Barton vis> ited the first of the week at the home of Mr. Barton's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield at'^anrbridge, la., , and his step-, gtsteT ;< and : - husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson at Des Moines. Mr.. 'and Mrs. James Doak left Tuesday for Kansas to visit Mr. Doak,'s, brother who reccnty re-' turned home from the army and who he hasn't seen in four years. They wil also visit qthcr rela- •THey wjll ajso yisil qfhpr rela* ion. Mrs. George Ticdc, Mrs. Harold Sdrcnson, 'Mrs. Bernard Wolf, Mrs: Lawrence Miller, Mr. and Mrs.-' Art Riley and Harold Phillips returned Tuesday evening • Our Compliments • TO THE SCHOOL BOARD OF ALGONA on Bringing the Vocational Agriculture Education Program •'• , • ',-*• ' TO THIS COMMUNITY The Vocational Ag Program has become a distinct asset to every fariii- . ing community in which it has functioned. We wish to take this opportunity (o offer our compliments to the School Board for installing this •excellent ed.',::ation^l opportunity that is presented now to the young farmers of the Algona community., Get To Know u THE PREAD THAT IS Mfde Right! Baked Right! Tar tea Right! ALGONA BAKING CO* OF "HONIY KBUST" BAKERY by trdlft frpm'Dea Moines, wherfe. they siehl tHe/day shopping arid attending • the American Legion convetftibti t '- . , , ab&ut 12-gallons dalljr. ' 4. Watch ouMor outbreaks, blackleg or anthrax. .1! CAmE'S HEALTH DesiMoines, loWfl, Special: A creek-list 6{ seven suggestions to maintain the health of cattle through the critical latte summer and early' fall-season was'issued here today by livestock health authorities. " The • American Foundation for Animal Health, pointing, out that severe' losses of Cattle can be suffered if 'these points are neglected, today offered this set of rec- bmrnendationiv, 1. Select good heifer calves for herd replacements now. : 2. Ihsppct the herd frequently for •,the presence of screw- worlfis^ losses from these parasites-cart ustially be prevented by prompt treatment of wounds. 3; '-'Maintain an ample clean water supply-,for the herd; each ' needs an average ' , . diseases have been. prevalent ifi the Ideality, have the 'veteriftar» ian 'vaccinate a'g&liWt ' t'nlelm' to ag'aiftit I6sses> ' sflre ag'aiftit I6sses> ;'?£: 8, The niosL'dange'r<WMeaseft for poisonb'us' Rlattis begifjfe n^W, H.W.BECKER SPOUTING GOODS STORE f Complete Line of Quality Fishing Tackle, « ; Hunter's and Tra'pper's Supplies * ,' ATHLETIC SHORTS EQUIPMENT Airplane KitsLGas-Motors and Supplies Guns* and Ammunition Bpd, B-ecl and Gun REPAIRS . ; Tennis and Badminton Accessories The Store "WHERE SPORTSMEN NEET" When in Town— Drop In 117 So. Dodge St. Phone' 720 Algona, Iowa •••-•• - ••-. .'''AND "Shoot the Shells That Becker Sells" Actual Action Photo of One of The Mi J get Racers You Will See on Labor Day ••'•••' •' ' ' - " " ' " ' / ' •'." ••"•' '••'''' ' 4 .* Algona fair Grounds Sponsored By ALGONA LIONS CLUB xtra Feature! EBALL GAME LUVERNE vs. BANCROFT Beginning at 12:30 P.M. Races Begin at 2:00 P.M. Sharp 12 OR MORE RACING CARS ' DARE-DEVIL DRIVERS • '; . 7 MAJOR TRACK EVENTS FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN PURSUIT RACE OTHER ENTERTAINMENT ALSO A Full Afternoon of Thrills! Don't Forget the Date?— MONDAY, SEPT. 2 LABOR DAY Don't Forget th§ f

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