Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1966 · Page 2
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Shows grand champion lamb -ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, AUG. 22, 1966 SHOWN ABOVE are brothers Bob (left) and Joe Fett, LuVerne, with the trophy and ribbon they received for their Grand Champion Fat Lamb at the Kossuth County Fair.\ Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Burt school opens all day on Aug. 29 Burt — School will begin at Burt Monday, Aug. 29, at 8:20 a.m. This is a full day of school with hot lunches served at noon. Bus drivers will reverse their routes from last year and they notify patrons of the approximate time the children will be picked up. Students who have not previously enrolled for this year in the high school are urged to register the morning of Aug. 23 or make other arrangements by calling the school office. Books will be on a rental basis at rates fixed by the board The rates, which include school play matinees and assembly pro grams, are: Kg. - 6th grade, $5 per year; 7th & 8th grades, $6 per year; 9th - 12th grades, $6.50 per year; typing fees, $4 per year. The hot lunch program will guage; vocal music; Paul Espe, begin Aug. 29th. The hot lunch ees are: 35c daily; $1.50 5 days; 56 20 days; $3 afternoon lunch 'or the 1966-1967 school year non redmbuirseable). Instead of charging 50c per month for af- ernoon lunch, the charge will >e $3 for the entire year. This will eliminate a count each day and minimize the paper work. Low cost accident insurance policies will be available to all itudents on an optional basis. The rates are: $2.50 for kindsr- jarten through 6th grade; $3 for 7th through 9th grade; $3.50 for 10th through 12th grade; $5 for junior high football and student coverage; $13.50 for the annual 24 hour plan. All of the above fees should be paid the first day of school. Students in grades 7 through 12 are requested to go directly to the gymnasium when reporting to school Aug. 29. Teachers are: Bruce Cranston Supt.; Dean James, high schoo principal, social studies; Fred Hilton, guidance director, social studies; Mrs. Deanna Campbell, home economics, chemistry; Mrs. Connee' Espe, English, speech, dramatics. Mrs. Erna Grover, foreign Ian- instrumental music; Harley Hanson, mathematics; Thomas Herrick, commercial; Larry Coney, industrial arts, physical education, girl's coach; Richard Strouse, Jr. high science; physical education, head coach. Waldo Kruse, Jr. high language, arts, assistant coach; Charlene Brace, Jr. high math; Jr. high social studies; Ellen Stock, remedial language arts; Marie Wilson, art; Janice Troutman, 6th grade. Mrs. Neoma Thompson, 5th grade; Mrs. Myrtle Dutton, 4th; Mrs. Esther Hilton, 3rd; Mrs. Betty Eilders, 2nd; Mrs. Marlene Stenzel, 1st; Mrs. Sybil Dangelser, kindergarten. Bus drivers are Vern Shipler, Robert Hamilton, John Smidt and Merwyn Cunningham Sr. Custodians are Howard Batt Sr. and Paul Hasse. Cooks are Mildred E. Mescher, Esther P. Schrader and Betty J. Miller. Back to school in brushed leather from Buster Brown Soft, supple and fashioned fur your active, Btyle-conscious little girl—she'll love the perky kiltie styling set off by contrasting smooth leather collar. As always, Buster and Tige inside the shoe means Quality and proper fit. All sizes—All widths All lengths A's to E's—All prices BUSTER BROWN LIONS CLUB MEETS Burt Lions club met Aug. 15 at the Legion hall. The dinner was served by Auxiliary committee, Elva Boettcher, Luella McWhorter, Maree Bahnson, and Gladys Hawcott. The club voted to help serve the barbecue at the fair at Algona Thursday night. Dale Lock wood gave a report on the Lions district golf tournament at Webster City. H. J. Lacy, Floyd Sill and Dale Lockwood represented Uie Burt club. The guests were W. J. Crosby, Citra, Fla.; Kenneth Sweedler, Williams; Ronald Gardner, Algona; and Ed Smith Jr. HELP MOVE HAY Helping move baled hay and straw at Merlin Madsen's when the barn collapsed last week were Charles Spry, Billy Spry, Wayne Mann, Homer Sabin, Donald Madsen, Henry Thilges, David Thilges, Howard Salisbury Leonard Stenzel, Elwin Stenzel Boyd Shipler, Rudy Willrett, Duane Habeger, Allen Marlow, Howard Batt Jr., Raymond Walker Ronald Jurgens. BREAK HEEL Wayne Mann fell and broke a bone in his heel during the Madsen good neighbor deed. He has a cast on his foot and is on crutches. He came home Thursday from St. Ann hospital. Services for Mrs. Manus, 88 held at Burt Burt — Mrs. Emma Manus, 88 longtime resident of Kossuth county and Burt, died at 8:30 a.m. Aug. 16. Funeral services were held ai 2 p.m. Friday at Burt Methodist church, Rev. M. C. Davies offici ating. Burial ,was in the Burt township cemetery. Pallbearers were Richard Lavrenz, Robert Hamilton, Howard McMullen, Alvin Baumgard, Wallace Hawcott and Clifford 'Schrader. , Emma Margaret Kreueger was born Oct. 6, 1877, at Shannon, 11., daughter of Louise Steinback and Ernest Krueger. She named Henry Manus June 14, .899 at her parents' home near Burt. They spent most of their married life in Burt. Mr. Manus was in the implement business in Burt and retired in 1950. He died Nov. 4, 1957. They had their 50th wedding in 1949. Survivors are Albert E. Manus, Milwaukee, Wis.; George H. Manus, Burt; Edwin Manus, of Santa Clara, Calif.; Katherine Manus, Washington, D. C.; Lillian, Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona. A son died in infancy. There are six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Clara Christensen, ol Lone Rock; Mrs. Louise Godden Lompoc, Calif.; and Ruth Krueger, Lone Rock; and a brother Albert Krueger, Fairmont. She was a lifelong member ol the Methodist church in, Burt and an honorary member of the WSCS and was active in church affairs until her health woulc not permit it. The Davis reunion was held Sunday at the park in Laurens There were 70 present including the Fred Davises, Darrell Davis es, the LeRoy Davises, of Burt, *1JOO damage in accidents Wednesday Two accidents Wednesday afternoon^resulted in damages totaling $1700 to the four vehicles involved. Near the intersection of South Phillips street and West Kennedy, a oar driven by Marvin Dean Glasco, 33, Spencerville, Ohio, and a pickup driven by Donald S. Christensen, 53, Algona, ca- lided as Christensen attempted to change from the inside to the outside lane of the 4-lane highway. Both vehicles were trawi- ing south on Phillips when the mishap occurred. The Glasco 1959 Oldsmoble received left rear fender, grille, and bumper damage of $350 while a trailer which it was pulling received some $800 damage Damage to the Iowa State High vay Commission 1966 pickup, vhich was operated by Christsn- en, was estimated at $250. Donald S. Christensen was harged with failure to change anes safely. Another accident at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Anden and Roan streets in Al- ;ona involved autos driven by Ilara Marie Cronan, 57, and Marvel Immerfall, 46, both Algona. The Cronan auto was travel- ng north on Roan and the Immerfall auto west on Linden when they collided. Right front door and fender damage to the Cronan 1950 Chevrolet was $150, while the Immerfall Dodge had $150 damage to the bumper, hood, and fender. Clara M. Cronan was charged with failure to yield the right-of- way. Frank Clapsaddle 90, of Corwith, dies Aug. 15 A well-known Corwith man College librarian Frank Clapsaddle, 90, died on •Monday, Aug. 15, at a Mason Ci •ty hospital. Funeral services for lim were held Thursday at the First Methodist church in Cor with with Rev. Warren S. Paige officiating. •Mr. Clapsaddle was born Feb 1, 1876 at Weaton, 111., the son of Jacob and Helen Clapsaddle He attended school and grew t manhood in the Corwith are and farmed his entire life in th area. The family moved to tow after his retirement and for th past two years, he had lived a a Britt rest home. He is survived by 14 childre including six daughters an eight sons. Only one living i the area is Mrs. Glen (Lorraine) Jenson of Bode. There are also 39 grandchildren and 20 great- grandchildren. TOM GRAIN DIES Friends here received word that Tom Crain died at Rockwell City Wednesday. He is the husband of the former Edna Staley who visited here recently and attended the class reunion of Burt class of 1916. The Walter Campneys left on Saturday for a week in Denver, Colo. The National Association Artificial Breeders convention will be held in Denver. Walter Campney is an executive board member in North Central Iowa. The Walter Campneys attended a family reunion Aug. 14th in Gilmore City at the parsonage home of Rev. Arthur Campney. Others present were the Jim Johnsons, Jolley, Wayne Adens and Geo. Adens, Palmer, the Richard Campneys and Mrs. 0. A. Campney, Burt. The V. F. W. Auxiliary had installation of officers Tuesday. Mrs. Jessie Miller was hostess at the Martin Grie&e home after the meeting. ALGONA fONidHf f HRU WEDNESDAY SeanConnery Joanne Woodward JeanSebeig "A Fine Madness] STARLITE DRIVE IM TONIGHT & TUESDAY CHRISfeOPHBP puimmap IN A PAKUU-MUU.IGAN PRODUCTION II1SIDB naisfii ciover PratadbiHANJ RAMA TtCMMICOLOU' M3' MNAVISMN* MO* WABNtR BROS, IM — SECOND FEATURE — PELLA — Mrs. Diane Kolb, originally of Fentpn, will become assistant librarian at Central college this fall. She is a 1965 graduate of Simpson college and received her master of arts degree in library science from the university of Wisconsin in 1966. Mrs. Kolb was the former Diane Helland before her marriage last June to Charles Kolb, Shenandoah. She and her husband will;live at 216 University St. in Pella. He. will commute to Newton where he will teach in the Newton high school. CHMiOnf EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Engaged MR. AND MRS. Jack Lickteig of Wesley announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Connie Ann, to Robert L. Ricke, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke of Wesley. A September 25th wedding is planned at St. Joseph's church n Wesley. the Gary Davises, Algona, Ben Benskins, Columbia, Mo., and. daughter Roxanne, who were weekend guests of the Fred Da- vises, and Gene Breckler, Hallsville, Mo. The Lawrence Breeklers, Hal- Isville, Mo., came Friday to visit the Fred Davises. She is his sister. The W. B. Shiplers and the W. W. Boettchers attended the horse races at the Owatonna fair Wednesday. M. J. Stadir ito at Emmetsbiirc Martin J. Studer, 79, of Emmetsburg, died Thursday, Aug. 11, at the Palo Alto county hospital and funeral services were held for him last Monday at Emmetsburg. He was born at Sexton and had been an area resident for many years. He was a retired drainage contractor. He is survived by his wife Marie of Rodman and two sons, Louis of Rodman and Martin Jr. of Emmetsburg. There are also two daughters, Margaret Studer of Rodman and Mrs. Delbert Thompson of Gilmore City. Three cars collide near fairgrounds A 3-car accident occurred on Thursday evening at 8:55. Vehicles involved included a 1960 Ford station wagon belonging to Dwight Dean Rasmussen, 16, of rural Wesley; a 1961 Buick, belonging to Agnes M. Alexander, 44, of rural Wesley, and a 1965 Plymouth belonging to Margaret Lorraine Chase, 44, Algona. Alexander was going south on Phillips. Rasmussen signaled for a left turn and turned in front of the Alexander vehicle. The two cars collided and the impact caused the Rasmussen car to colh'de with the Chase vehicle as he waited for traffic at the stop sign on Fair street. Damages to the Rasmussen station wagon were to the right rear fender, $250. The Alexander Buick had $350 damages to the hood, front bumper, right front fender and radiator. The Chase Plymouth had minor headlight damages amounting to $5. Dwight Rasmussen was charged with an improper left turn Ex-Tilonka school tmhor dies A former Titonka school teacher, Mrs. Floyd (Dorothy) Welander, 45, of Des Moines, died on Monday, Aug. 15. Funeral services for her were held Thursday at the Churdan Methodist church with burial in Wahoo, Neb. She is survived by her husband am three children. The Welanders taught school in the. Titon&a school system for several years before moving to Churdan. Hire Kindergarten teacher, Bancroft Bancroft — Mrs. Mary C. 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