The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 8
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6 New Teachers Join Algona High's Faculty The signing of 13 new grade School, junior and senior high school instructors has completed the 77-person Algona public school faculty for the lf)6l-'62. school year, according to Supt O. B. Laing, who made the an-1 nouncement this week. Seven of the new teachers wil' teach in elementary grades while the remaining six have been hired for junior high and Why fight Bugs and Bites? ENJOY INSECT-FREE LIVING EVERY NIGHTOF THE YEAR WITH AMAZING • ULTRA-VIOLET 1 "Circle of Death" LURES every type of .Night-Flying Insect, INHALES them with Powerful Fan Suction, DESTROYS them'and DEPOSITS dead bugs in Convenient Disposable Bag! COMPLETE $40.95 AS SHOWN *" AT LAST! A simple, safe, economical way to LURE and DESTROY every known type of pesky night-flying Insect.. . AUTOMATICALLYl.JUSt ONE "LuraLight" controls ONE FULL ACRE at an operating cost of less than 2f a dayl Perfect for homes, farms, motels, ball parks, drive-ins'... anywhere that night bugs are,a nuisance! More Effective Than Spraying at 1/4 the cost, 1/10 the bother' Beecher Lane Appliance ALGONA TERMS ENDS THURS. — "THE BIG SHOW" FRI. SAT. JLLGONA MAT. DAILY AT 1:30 2 NEW ACTION FEATURES IN COLOR TOSETHERTHn TEAM UP WE IMH > 2nd.Hilarious Comedy Hit IN COLOR MORE FUN THAN "OPERATION PETTICOAT" from the author of the riotous "Doctor •In the House'serles.l ^Captain's Table COLOR by DC UUCE ' ' KMT GREGSON CUMMINS SMDEN Special Matinee Saturday At 1:30 "POSSE FROM HELL" Plus 6 Cartoons SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 With the same lustiness that the) sought love.,.they turned the fury of their hate upon each other! "Now...wen my thoughts make me unfaithful! 1 JOSEPH dlEN-CAROL IM- Gloria dfelimach — Froffi Mil ford, two years ( tralmhg at Teachers, taught three y¥a Sutherland and will tefidh' four at Lucia Wallace seft Corrine Shitfcel — Frotn .Ciehv ons, has BA and MA ffofh Iowa Teachers and Mmerly taught at Wellsburg; will teach elementary vocal music. Virginia While — From 'Algona, has, BA from Drak'e U. and taught previously in intermediate grades here and at Mon-* 1 ticello; will teach junior high English. • , ' Richard W. Schneider senior high school positions. Here are thumbnail sketches of the instructors: Judith Whiiehurst — From Des Moines, will teach grade two at Bryant; had three years of training at Iowa Teachers and taught last year at Prairie City. Janice Boyken — An area girl, from Woden, will teach grade three at Bertha Godfrey ischool; three years training at Waldorf College and Drake U., has taught for four years at Jpice. Audrey DeBerg — From Little Rock, will teach third grade at Lucia Wallace school; three years training at Northwestern, Orange City, and Augustana, Sioux Falls, taught the past three years at Ocheyedan. 8-Algona (la.) Upp*t fin MolnM Thursday, July 6, t96l school age. t flabert Moon — Will high school math! from 1 Cedat Falls, received BA and MA de« grees from Iowa Teachers; Has three years expeHerffe, Is ftar< rled and has two small children. DarreH Speed — Hails fWm Independence, will teach distributive education and bookkeeping' received his BA frofn Iowa Teach'erS and is single. Also on the local school frorit a meeting of the board of education was held last evening (Wednesday) at which time grading ot the new high school and athletic plant site in the southeast portion of Algona was discussed with Harrison and Associates; preliminary details oh the proposed budget for 196l-'62 Were discussed; and annual reports of the secretary and treasurer Werd given. Kay Whiilen V Richard Schneider — Frorn, Des Moines, will teach senior high English; received BA.de-' gree in June this year from Drake U.; married and has'one child in kindergarten. ••. Kay Whilien — From Rowan, she will teach homemaking; received training .at Iowa' Teachers and taught a year at Clarion. Darrell Space Donna Houlsma — From Rushmore, Minn., she will teach grade four at Bryant; also attended Northwestern and Augustana for three years and taught past three years at Ocheyedan. Bonnie Brayton — Fort Dodge native, training included 2 years at .Fort Dodge Junior College; taught past three years at Sutherland and will teach grade four at Lucia Wallace school. $42,985 Budget For Assessor, , Asked James Price — From Bend, will teach Spanish; trai: ing received at Missouri U. an*. Iowa Teachers and is attending Coe this summer; has had lou£ years experience, is married and has two children of elementary First budget estimate to be submitted' by^ a city or county office is that of, the county assessor's office, carried in this issue. :'.,.: The estimate " shows total expenditures for -the Office in 1953 of $36,863 and. in I960 of:$35,916. The proposed expenditures for 1962 are $42,985 of which it is estimated that $33,985 would be raised by taxation. The estimated balance on hand for Jan. 1. 1962 'is $9,000. Official hearing on the proposed budget has been set for Wednesday, July 19, at 2 p.m. in the Kossuth County Court House, at which time., persons may appear to discuss the budget, as they may for any of the other budgets soon to be presented. «|rs. Willey To Ncit'l Convention, Townsend Club Mrs. Chester Willey of Algona is representing the. Algona Townsend Club at the national convention being held July 3-6 at Grand Rapids, Mich. She left by bus, July 2. • At the July 11 meeting at the Willey home, Mrs. Willey will tell members of the convention. Recent hosts to club meetings have been the Wilbur Holdrens and W.' R. Carneys. < . Is Hospitalized Buri — Norman Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell, Hurt, is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester. ' IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 NOW OPEN BUSINESS In New location just west of Hank's Dairy Greme on highway 169 in Algona HANK FURST will begin operation of his new barber «hop juit Wfft ?f the Dairy Creme drive-in on Wednesday of this week. A hearty W»leom« If given to all of his old customers to visit him plus an invitation to new 91141 ** well. The shop is COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED, there if FLINTY OF FREE PARKING, and the shop is EQUIPPED WITH NEW, MODERN FIXTURES So stop in to Hank's new shop the next time you need a haircut Qr lhav«. Rs- member — it is located just south of the Lucia Wallace school. Hank's Barber Shop "FORMERLY UNDER J. C. PENNEY STOBJ" ', LuVerne News ,Mr. aftd Uts. John (Bud). Rogers, and Six children of San Stir- nfidlnd, Calif,, airbed Saturday tb 'Visit .het mother, Mrs, Kate Bat-ton,' LuVerne, her brother Howard Safton 'family, Livermore, hef sister, the 'Dwight ttal-dgroveg and ' his - .' brother, "Leonard -Rogers in Fort Dodge. Quests Sunday in the parental Frank Orortbadh home, Were the W, Dale Brayton family of Sheffield, the Willie Blair fattlily of Superior, Wise., and Richard Gronbach family of LuVerne Diane Brayton stayed to'visit her grandparents.. Diane who was seriously irljured in a bicyle mishap September, 1^60, is much improved. Fred Pergande returned from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he visited the past month with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.iHamm. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Calkins and children visited Sunday in Webster-City with Mr. and Mrs; Robert Olson 'family. The -men attended, barber school together. Mrs. Clifford Holmes- is assisting at the home of her daugh- ; ter, the Max King family, at Algona. Coleen King underwent an appendectomy at St. Ann hospital Saturday. Mrs. Lydia Lund visited Sunday in Renwick with her daughter, the Marvin- Nerem family. Mrs. Nerem returned Friday'from major surgery at the Belmond hospital. Her condition is satisfactory. Resigns Position Swea City — Harry Neisen band' instructor here for two years has resigned'his position, effective at such a time a replacement may be hired. He has no definite plans, but will not continue; teaching. He will enter the commercial field. • Friday and Saturday — "Posse From Hell", 1:30-7:00-9:45. "The Captains Table", 2:20-8:30. ' Saturday Matinee Only — "Posse From Hell", 1:30. Plus b Cartoon?; .' •.;..':, ;•',- -.;,': Sunday —.."The Last Sunset", 1:30-3:25-5:20-7:30-9:40.; Monday thru Wednesday — 1:45-7:15-9:25. : SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY ELIZABETH TAYLOR The ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! FOR BEiST IN "BUTTERFIELD '8" worried never give a name,..just a ' ' ptipiie number..; f METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER'iS ELIZABETH TAYLOR LAURENCE HARVEY EDDIE FISHER JOHN O'HARA'S BUTTERFIELD glamor girl who wakes up ashamed! tt *,,, n ,DINA MERRILL IN CINEMASCOPE AND METROCOLOR VIOLENCE .. .VENGEANCE IN THE BIO CITVI PAKR01EY-DENNIS HOPPER Wb TON HARRISON-lOHNNy NASH FOR THIS ATTRACTION ONLY ADM. THURSDAY W BC THEATRE rf- LGONA IOWA. J SATURDAY ON OUR GIANT WIDE SCREEN! WOMEN WERE MOT THEIR FIRST ....THEY LIVED TO FIGHT!!! PLUS 2nd FEATURE IN COLOR THE MOST AMAZINQ OF ALL POSSIBLE WORLDS! YUL BRYNNER STEVE McQUEEN star of TV? v> Wanted Deader Alive" CMARLES BKOrJSON • TVs -Man With A Carney f ELI WALLACH A NEW T£tN --STAR .' HORST BUCHHOLZ BONUS LATE FEATURE SATURDAY 12 MIDNIGHT WUPW^W^ wWWP Ww HHI of i iw mi MICHAEL RENNIE - JILL ST. JOHN - CLAUDE RAINS EVERY THURSDAY IS BUCK NITES YOUR CAR AND ALL ITS OCCUPANTS WILL BE ADMITTED FOR 'ONE BUCK'! i BIG NIGHT

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