The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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September 14, ,1961 JfJtotms? September 14, 1961 Two Algona Men Attend Lutheran District Confab Two Algona men, ReV. G. J. C. d , Edgar Meyer Church * « Curc during the observance of the 25th anniversary of the Iowa District West of the Lutheran church- Missouri Synod at a district convention held at Walther League Camp at Lake Okoboji, Aug." 20- the local 'Congregation will observe the district's 1 26tb. anniversary with specJal services Sept. 24 and an open house week is slated by most congregations in February, 1962.' There were ' about 276 delegates . representing' 68,000 west Iowa Lutherans at the Okoboji meeting. The district's 1962 program was discussed and a tentative budget in excess of one million dollars was suggested. Final adoption of the budget will follow study of the work Street Blacktop Job At Bancroft This month will be a big one— street-wise—in .Bancroft, The city council awarded a contract to Everds Bros, of Algona for grading and resurfacing of the town's streets, a'job that began about Sept. 5. Joe Wagner," Estherville, 'foreman for the Fagre .Construction Co., Estherville; was hired by the council as street commissioner for the town and will begin * K 1 «A , hQVe poured "atedut 20,000 feet of new curb, and hit* ter at Bancroft this sutohier. 'It estimated earlier that 6,000 feet Would be The' town's first irioidljjto spraying job of the year completed this 'week. ' • Wesley Boys 4-H ' A meeting of the Wesley Boys 4-H was held at'the farm of 'John Muehe Aug. 23. The're w'as • a discussion on going to the Spen-* 25. Final adoption of the budget the council as street commission- aisc> i ss . 10 n on going to the Spen-J Rev Gerike mien „„„ ,«• j WS11 f 2! 10 ^ study of the work er for the town and will begin fuLv M u N ^aard and An- V> qtflhe also announced program by all congregations. his duties this month also W P tt y ^ Ue ^' l ave <kmoHstra- raaasrrjs?^g^^?y«^—rzrrraa. Become Pupils, Travelers And Jack-Of-AII-Trades BV Inez iVdifd «.!.«...A _ . * .*...« A **j.. **> .. t. i . . & By Inez Wolfe How does a school • teacher spend his—or her—summer? Nine months of the year they strive to fill the cranial cavities of their classes. Sometimes the three-month summer season is a far cry from this school-year activity. And for some it is a reversal of form, with the teacher becoming the student again. Our "Inquiring Reporter" started from there, and : uncovered the following -information BRIG, GEN. 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A ? op h 9r *«"» 2<W sq. in. j plctyre. New simplified "Colpr-Qofck", i tuning. 3-speake.r Panoramic Sound. 1 One^ot! 1 flne,WnIng. Powerful ^ark Serlei chassis. Cpscode tuner. Stereo [qck, ReceivesJr» blqek-and-whlte, too. Mqhogany, walnut or oak veneers, ,«nd wl«t«d hgrdwoodi, 210.CK-90, BEWARE OF TV SETS BEING OFFERED BY THE REBELS , . . THEY MAY BE ENGLISH IMPORTS! HERE'S A SALVO FOR YOU M One only mahogany table model with UHF RCA Color 21 inch T.V. Regular price $525 320 Exchange about a number of members of the local public school faculty. Elgin Allen, high school principal, did hail insurance adjusting. Janet Kimmel was married in June and is now Mrs. James Andreasen, Algona. Mona Bonacker taught six weeks of summer remedial reading, and also had a two weeks vacation in .the mountains south of Missoula, Montana. This is the area which later this summer suffered- a disastrous forest fire. . • Janice Boyken attended Drake classes after which she had a trip to Canada. The remainder of the summer she helped her parents who live on a farm near Woden. Mrs. June Carson visited her married children in Washington Ohio, and Illinois. She is Special Education teacher.. Her classes meet at Bryant School. Mrs. Margaret Beringer with her son Mark and a niece spent about two -weeks fishing iat Lake iCabetogama, Minn., and touring in Canada. Glenn Chally. junior high principal, attended 12 weeks summer school at Iowa. State Uni' Mary Hays, who taught here previously, returned to the faculty this year as teacher ot grade five at Lucia Wallace school. Last year she w ! as attending SU1 at Ibwa City. . James Hershberger worked as traffic recorder for thie State Highway Commission. Arnold Hill coached Freshman-Sophomore baseball and worked on school' maintenance jobs. Robert Hobble worked with "Champ" Martin, .who built two houses this summer. The Hob- bjes are building 1 a ne\y home, doing much of the work themselves, on an acreage west of Algona. Donna Houlsma had eight weeks at Augustaaa college, Sioux BTalls, S. D., and then tppk a trip to Colorado to visit relatives. Lovern Johnson took a ten day trip to Colorado. Mrs, Marguerite Kalar attended summer school and took courses in American Government and Educational Psycho! versity, and spent a week In Oklahoma and South Dakota respectively. Richard W. Schneider worked at a filling station during the summer, Mary Schwabauer was at Es-> tes Park, Colo., for-10 days, one week at a church convention and the remainder of the summer with her parents at Springfield, Nebr. George Sefrit was on the job 1 summer except for attertd- • | versity. Chiquet attended the Chicago Trade Fair and visited Salem Village and Springfield, Joe Collier did five weeks teaching summer biology classes attended Boy Scout Camp as troop, leader for one week, and with his wife Charlotte (former Vocational Homemaking teacher here) visited relatives in Missouri. ' ; ' • • • Helen Comfort, school hot lunch supervisor, was in the Pacific Northwest all summer. She las a. sister at Deer Island, Ore She specially enjoyed an aiito and ferry trip to San Juan,,a spectacular view of. 175 islands From there she went to Vancouver, B. C. She drove from Iowa :o (traann • . ." to Oregon. ••Alice Condon roved i n 'Minnesota and Iowa, did a week'^work- n. qeramic^fc theiRocheste'r Art enter and the remainder of the " ogy Mrs. Helen Kelley attended a Drake University course in Modern Poetry. Mrs. Juno Krull attended the second session at Luther college Decorah, Mrs. Dorothy Laird took a trip to California, from Son Francisco down the coast to Old Mexico. 'Mrs. .Lois Leaveriion attended Drake Community college class~i. Donna L«e Madsen taught summer typing classes for six weeks. She followed'with a 10- day trip to French Canada and spent the remainder of August with Iowa and Nebraska relatives. es. Lak Keith Christie coache^S mer baseball and worked for the owa Highway Commission;. Mrs. Isabelle Dahl taught a six weeks summer remedial reading class.. Audrey DeBerg attended eight weeks summer school at Axigus- tan'a College, she also visited a sister in Texas. Ronald biggins taught a summer class in speech, arid attended_courses at Drake University. Mrs. Frances Eason siaid "I worked hard to get well by September and made it". Mrs. Eason fell last February while going home from school for her noon '. hip was broken in the fall. Mrs. Goldie Erickson taught summer classes in remedial read- ng after which she and her hus- oand had a trip through seven states and Canada. Russel Ouster "directed the Al• gona Municipal band, gave summer band lessons, and hiad a hort vacation in Wyoming, Wilhelmina Harms attended Buerta Vista college and com- THE BURBANK SERIES 231-DR-71 "Wireless Wiiard" Remote Control with AlMevel volume, fine, wood-veneered Modern lowboy. Touch-Bar Channel Selector, One Set Fine Tuning, Tone Control, DuahSpeaker Balanced Fidelity Sound, High.Gain Chassis, Long Range Tuner. Walnut or Light Cherry veneers and selected hardwoods, H—-33"» W—35'/i"; 16'/«". UP TO Mrs. DeAnne McGuire had a trip to Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Ruth McVay spent eight Weeks in Montana. Edgar Meyer was in school six weeks iat Iowa State University. : Alvena Miller was in her home at Cedar Palls most of the sum- jner- but took a- trip to Colorado: to. visit a sister where she"&Ud I was introduced to mountain driving". Mrs. Kaiherlne Misbach spent a month visiting in and around San Francisco, Calif. Robert Moon attended Iowa State University under the National Science Foundation. He received his M. A. degree Auff 10th. ^ Richard Palmer took an early summer trip to Florida and included Vicksburg, Miss., and Chattanooga, Tenn. He Jater «t- :ended the University of Rhode Island for two weeks. James Price attended an in- Dieted wnrk nn >,» n A j lurse> auenaea a child develop- pietea work on her B.A. degree, ment course at Iowa State Uni- . - --- — **i>vi_4*M\*u Uil ill' stitute in Spanish at Coe college. Mrs. Helma Proper started on a trip to western states but broke a foot bone and had to return home. During the summer she organized the high school library at Kanawha. Esther Quinby took a trip to the Missouri Ozarks and Colorado which was curtailed by Mrs. Proper's foot injury. Later she went to Canada and traversed the Gaspe Peninusula. Mrs. Beulah Richardson, school nurse, attended a child develop- all p _ ance at Reserve Off leers "frain- ing . Camp. Corrine Shimel attended Iowa State College at Cedar Falls. The previous summer she spent in Europe, . Walter L. Siemens took a course in chemistry at the University of Notre Dame. Lepna Smith attended a church meeting at Albion college, Mich, and attended summer school at West Chester, Pa. She also visited New York City, the Unitea Nations and. Rockefeller Center; Willard Snusiad spent a week at. a Choral School at .Beloit. Wise. Kathryn Sorensen took a trip to Lake Louise, Banff, Victoria, Seattle, Portland and Glacier National Park. Later she wenr to Colorado. ' • . Darrell Spece did sales work in a men's furnishing store.' Mrs. Fern Slanion had a three weeks eastern trip which included Quebec and the St. Lawrence seaway, Washington D. C and New York'City. There was also one week of fishing in Canadian waters. Howard Siephenson attended the artillery school at Port Sill. Okla. - < v Mrs. Elizabeth Siillman spent a month in the northwest at Glacier and British Columbia. Especially interesting were museums and art galleries, ,partic- ulary the Charlie Russell ana Remington exhibits; ; Mrs. Maurlne Tracy attended Drake University^for 11 weeks. Mrs. M. L; VahderWaalttaught six weeks of remedial, reading following which shfr visited Mackinac Island and the north shore Lake Superior Drive Mrs. Georga Anne Voig* spent three weeks in Minnesota, southern Iowa, and Illinois, attended the second slimmer session at Iowa State University Judith -Whiiehurst spent 10 days in New Jersey, earned six hours credit at. Drake University and worked six weeks for a West Des Moines dentist. Kay Whitten worked three weeks at an ASC office an'd spent the remainder of the summer preparing for the opening .of school. .. HajJie Wilson, had a brief trip , • ' — "• -***vt u wi 1C1. Li 1U to Minneapolis and Milwaukee. Otherwise a restful vacation. Mrs. Bonnie Winter taught creative dramatics the second session at Bemidji State college, Ella Zumach for one week directed the book repair for the Algona schools; for six weeks attended a remedial reading workshop at Mason City; had a two weeks St. Lawrence cruise Supt. of Schools Otto B. Laing and Mrs. Laing spent part of July visiting the sons: David and his family in Oregon and Edd and his family in Calif. •IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIUIIIIIIIIO™ The FASHION Wise . . . Are COSMETIC Wise ! 125 TRADE IN TOM'S RADIO & TV REPAIR PHONE CY 4^3260 RCA $AUS & SIRVICi TERMS FREE BIMVgRY EXPERT 'ELECTRONIC SERVICE Y ° UR OR SATIN, SELECT NATIONAUY ACCEPTED WE STOCK FOR YOUR APPROVAL REVLON MAX FACTOR DU BARRY SHULTON TUSSY COTY LANOLIN-PLUS YARDLEY AND MANY, MANY OTHERS. OUR SIRVICi AND ADVICE IS AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONf. RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY 117 to* 5tqt« $t. 44149

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