The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 4
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,. fl*'VUN>*|' Thurdoy, Sept. 1, 1955 3 leathers At Whittemore NewThis Year WhiHdmore — Tjvo of Whjtte- more's schools opened Monday — the Public school and St. Paul's Lutheran school, with half day session in the forenoon. There will be ho school on Labor Day, Sept, 5. New teachers at the public school are Robert Bottorf, principal, band, and commercial subjects. He graduated at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and attended Drake University this summer. He taught at Ottosen l&st year. Gordon Jensen, who has taught at Ot*osen for the past two years, will teach boys P. E. and Social Science. He was a graduate of Luther College. Mrs Norbert Walz, graduated from North Dakota A. C. and has not been teaching for a number of years. The rest of the teachers include Mrs Minnie Vaughn, kindergarten; Loretta Fandel, one through the fourth grade; Marcella Fandel, fifth to eighth grades; superintendent, Francis Sla^le, girls basketball and science. Reuben Butzke, principal, will teach the fifth to eighth grades, and Agnes Shipporite will teach the first through the fourth grades at St. Paul's school. Miss Ship- porite arrived here Thursday from Columbus, Nebr., to replace Mrs Kermit Kuecker who taught here for the past two years. . Presentation Academy will open next week, due to the work replacing the former windows with glass blocks. After a late start, the job will be completed this week. To Teach In Indiana Ruth Braatz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz, who has been teaching a Lutheran para- chial school at Clarinda, for two years has accepted a call to Fort Wayne, Ind. She accompanied her brother Robert, Friday who took her to Fort Wayne, where she will teach the fourth and fifth grades, Expect 210 As Enrollment At St. Joe School SI. Joe — Registration of St. Joseph's students was held on Friday, Aug. 26, with the opening on Wednesday, Aug. 31, with an expected enrollment of 210. The day .will begin with 8 o'clock High Mass with students and parents attending- . St. Joseph's Faculty: Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, superintendent, Religion; Sister Felicia, principal, Social Studies, Latin; Sister Eph- rdim, science, math., home economics; Sister Baylon, English, Typing; Sister CaritaS, grade 7 and 8; Sister BertiUe, grade 5 and 6; Sister Carlas, grade 3 and 4; Sister Marcelllnda, grade 1 and 2; Sister David, mUsic and choir, Sister Dulciline, housekeeper for the Sisters. , ; , . The school 'lunch program will be taken care of by Margaret Reidmlller, Mildred Bormarm and Myrtle Hilbert and Mary Jane Origer. Mr^and Mrs Clarence Erpelding, and family, Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived here Friday for a visit with Clarence's father, Peter Erpelding, other relatives and 'friends and to attend to business. Banns of marriagiVwere published in St. Jbseph'geChufch 6h Sunday, for the first time for Howard Boini'tulBi 'Soli 61 Me and Mrs Peter BoVnYapii of here, and Donna Mae Weydert, daughter of Mrs Genevieve Weydert of • Li* vermore. The wedding will taky place in Sacred Heart Church in Liverrriore, Sept. 13, Howard Bormann is a 1949 and Miss :Wey* derf a 1950 graduate: df St. Joseph's High Sc*ho61: here. v "'•'.,; Donna Mae Weydert was honored on Sunday at'a pre-nuptial shower in'the Sacred Heart Par.- ish Hall in Jldvermore with relatives and friends frorn here attending the courtesy. Mr and Mrfc Edward Bormann and family took Mr* Bormahh'a mother, Mrs Mary Becker,,to the Valentine Engeft home in Faff- bault, Minn. Mrs Becker and Mrs Engert are sisters, ••' Elaine Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, left the first of the week for Washington, D. C. where she has employment with the Navy Dept. ; Masses in St. Joseph's Church on Sunday will be at 8 and 10 o'clock starting on Sunday, Sept. 4, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher announced. • Mr and Mrs Maurice Lauben- -thal and family of near -Wesley had as visitors'in their home on Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann and family, Mr and Mrs AlVln Klfln aftd farnllf alTffdM •heret and'Mrs Aftnie' GfeischeckSr of Algona. . .... .;'....; ,, , ,<" Mr and Mes Jonn Bofnia'nn'Bnd family . spent last week visiting relatives and friends at Eaflihg. Saturday on their return bomt they spent at the State Fair in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs John Oeischficker had as dinner guests in .their home Sunday in observance of the third birthday of their daughter Barbara, the paternal grandmother, Mrs Annie GSisch- ecker, of Algona'and Mr and Mrs Alvin Klein and family of hero. Ronald, Dwight and Daryl Kohlhaas, sons of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas attended a birthday party on Sunday, Aug. 2fif, for their cousin, Loralne Ar- ehd, daughter of, Mr and, Mfs Duane Af end of Algdna, r who was observing her fourth birthday, Bancroft Host, Diocesan Meet Pairings for the first round ol the Sioux- City Diocesan baseball to'urnament, slated at Bancroft this Sunday, Aug. 4, were released Tuesday. St. John's of Bancroft will meet EmmetsbUrg Catholic in the opener at 1:30 p.m., followed by an encounter between St. Cecelia's of Algona and Presentation of Whittemore at 3 p.m. Winners of these ganiss Will meet i« the fihals at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6 The Bancroft champion will in turn take on the winner of the finals of Fonda's sectional Sept, 11, at a site to, be named later, The western winner will come from the Breda, Larchwood or Remsert sectional, and will play th'6 Bancroft - Fonda tourney champ for the championship of the diocese. Site, time-and date of the game will be.' announced upon completion of prior activity. Tyke Harvest Supper The fitonka Methodist diurch will have its annual Harvest Supper Wednesday evening, Sept. 21, according to an announcement made by church Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl,' Miss Nelda Gade and Miss Marian Heinrich, visited with Miss Charlotte Meier, Wednesday evening. Miss Meier is a student nurse (it the Naeve hospital at Albert Lea, and is spending a two -weeks vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Meier. Sister Mary Dothea, and Sister Mary Cecelia, and their sister, Mrs James McCreary, of Detroit, Mich, visited at the home of their brothers, Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley and Mr and Mrs Francis Foley last week. Mr and Mrs Loran Barker and family of Cedar Falls spent last week at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz. Sunday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Max Bast, and Mr and Mrs John Hoskins, and family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Fred Goebel of Fairmont visited at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich here. Mrs Don Conrad and daughter Janet visited at the Arthur Heid- cnwith home with Dorothy Rosendahl Friday evening. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. visited at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb at Lotts Creek, Sunday. Relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt gathered at their home Sunday evening to help Mrs Voigt celebrate her birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs J. S. Nordsteth, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers and daughter Arlene, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and son David and daughter Patricia, and Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce, of here, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Rosella Voigt of Algona, and Mrs Louis Roussi of Chicago. 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