The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1966
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Algona, (la.) UpfMf DM Molnw Tuwday, April 19, 1964 New School Bond Issue Vote Likely Next Fall; Hire 12 New Teachers The Algona school board, In its regular meeting, last Wednesday night, reviewed general studies made to date by the teaching staff and architects for the proposed new high school building. The board is to meet for further study within the next two weeks. They then will make their probable final review before a public meeting. A Citizen's Committee is to be appointed to study the program and make recommendations. This is all preparatory to a general review of the whole building program which will be brought before" the public and explained. According to 0. B. Laing, superintendent, the matter of a bond issue will be brought up sometime in the fall. Mr. Laing also announced the resignation of Jim Hershberger, head football coach. He will complete his studies for his master's degree at Northeast Missouri State College at Kirksville. He will be replaced by Keith Christie. Also announced by Mr Laing was the election of twelve new teachers. They include Mrs. Irma Ritchie of Algona, grade 3; William Castle of St. Paul Park, Minn., band; Mrs. Janet Sowers of Algona, home economics; Miss Carol Schnell of Ruthven, grade 2; Lynn Kueck of Cedar Falls, junior and senior high math; Loren Burnett of Titonka, elementary physical education and high school athletics. Also, Larry Legore of Blair, Nebr., junior and senior high social studies and audio-visual; Mrs. Susan Legore, also Blair, grade 3; Mrs. Cheryl Lichter of West Union, junior high English; William Simpson of Parkersburg, la., junior high science; Mr. Gale Brown of Oakland, la., grade 5; and Miss nomae Nieman of Clarion, grade 6. The Algona Board also met at the courthouse with the Kossuth County Board of Education Wednesday evening, prior to their regular meeting at the high school. The two boards heard a report by two staff members of Iowa State University, regarding the proposed area technical and vocational schools, and a community college. Work Begins On New 8-Unit Apartment Here Work began Friday on a new 8-unit apartment building at the intersection of Kennedy and Hall streets here. Completion date is Sept. 1 and Champ Martin is the owner of the project. There will be four 2-bedroom apartments on the top level and two E-bedroom and two 1-bedroom apartments in the lower level. The Cowan Corp. is general contractor on the building, while Mr. Martin will do all of the finishing work. The building will be 104 x 44 feet on two lots facing Kennedy Street. Arthur Ramus, Ex-LuVerne Man, Passes Arthur E. Ramus, 61, former LuVerne resident and mechanic, died April 13 in Iowa Methodist hospital at Des Moines following a lingering illness. Death was due to cancer. Funeral services for Mr. Ramus were held Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Methodist church at Lu Verne. Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements and burial was also at Lu Verne. Arthur E. Ramue, son of William and DoraGifford Ramus, was born at Lu Verne, and married Ruth Schultz, who preceded him In death. He worked as a mechanic at LuVerne prior to retirement and had lived at Des Moines for the past 24 years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Darlene Miller and Mrs. Dixie Elston, Des Moines; two sons, Gerald, Lu- Verne, and Donald, Des Moines; two brothers, William, Des Moines, and John, Winter Haven, Fla.; and five sisters, Mrs. Allen Darby, LuVerne, Mrs. Fred Hintz, Livermore, Mrs. Louis Peterson, Davenport, Mrs. Louis Wildin, Owatonna, Minn., and Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Union Grove, Wise. He was preceded in death by his parents. V.F.W. Election At the annual election of officers held last Wednesday night by the Algona V. F. W. Post here, DuWayne DeRoos was elected commander to succeed Wayne Goodman. Named senior vice commander was Art Weise, and junior vice, John Goodman. Mrs. Fred Schoby was elected president of the V. F. W. Auxiliary. MIRE TWO ffiW COUNTY TEACHERS X M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools, announced that he has hired one teacher in the new county program tor retarded children, She is Lorene Trenary of near Swea City, who has been teaching in the Grant Township school for about three years. She will serve the north part of the county in the proposed program. Also hired is an additional speech therapist, Esther Wilson of West Bend, who is presently teaching in Jamestown! N. Dak. She will assist linger Lernmon, at present servicing the whole county. PRINTING TttAl 1 d«e* frstke to your fairly priced. Upper DM Mfttees Acquiring a home for his family, is an out* standing achievement for any man. Under our loan plan, anyone with a regular income can do it. Stop in and talk with us about complete home ownership. ~*ECURIT STATE BANK 1 E. 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