Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 12
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PAOfi TWO COUNTY AftVAKflB. ALQONA. IOWA 34 TEACHERS ELECT SCHOt R ERE Following is the teaching staff in the Algona public, schools for .this year, with home addresses and grades or subjects: . • Mildred Poole, New London, grade 1, • (Bertha Godfrey, Algona, grade 1. Ruth Jackson, New Hampton, grade 1. ^ Eileen Portman, Auburn, grade 2. Marie Helen Beard, Marian, Ind., grade 2. Laurine Peterson, Cowrie, grade' 3. • Estella Arnold, Garden .Grove, grades 3-4. Capitola Brlndley, . Washington, grade 4. 'Carrie burant, Algona, grade 4 (art supervisor). 'Lillian Granzow, Algona, grade 5. .-. • .- .. Margaret Hullerman, P e r r y, grade 5. EVelyn Walters, Audubon, grade 6. . ' 'Dora Carson, Story City, grade 6 and'Bryant principal. High School Teachers. O. OB. Laing, Algona, superintendent. John G. McDowell, Algona, high school principal, American history. A. C. lAikensmeyer, Eagle Grove, physics, general science, economics. Ruth Mesenger, Algona, 10-11-12 English. . Frances Messer, Humboldt, Ancient-and modern history.'" Alvina Miller, Cedar Falls, geometry. Esther Quinby, Cedar Falls, 9-11 algebra. Floy Horn, Moulton, biology, physiology. iRuth Krlekenbaum, West Point, commercial. . »> 'Leone Krampe, Baxter, 9-10 English. Hattie Wilson, Springville, manual training, Junior high principal. Nancy Renaud, Pella, home economics. . Six Men In List. , Adrian (Burmeister, Menomonie, Wis., manual training. 'David C. Ward, Algona, agriculture, bookkeeping, geography. Margaret Morris, Algona, history, girls' physical education. Kenneth Mercer, Algona, boys' edach and physical education. Grace Miller, SkarsbofO, music. D. Wane Collins; Algonft, Instrumental nitislc. , Antoinette Bonnstetter, Algona, school nurse., , \ ' 1 . Jean Coon, McGregor, Junior high arithmetic. • Laura <tioelscher, Hubbard, Junior high LOT W 0 IERANSAT 1ITTEMORE .SERVE PEST Whittemore, Aug. 29^-A an mission festival in 'tlie Vaudt grove .Sunday drew-a-large crowd both forenoon- :and ? afternoon. After services the married men here w6n a kittenball game from the Fairville married men, 126. The local battery was Arthur Heifleriwith, pitcher, and Albert Meyer, catcher; for Fairville, Louis (ireinert, pitcher, Edwin. Greinert, catcher. Mlnncsotans In Vfelt Here— ' The 'Delbert Walkers and the- Harold Kueckers, Delevan, Minn., visited Algona and Whittemore-relatives Sunday, and were dinner guests Sunday at Ollie .Roupe's, Mrs. Walker being the former Eunice Roupe. The Kueckers recently moved from Algona to Delevan, where Mr. Kuecker is now second man in an elevator. They formerly lived here, and Mrs. Kuecker is a daughter of the J. E. Walkers, north of town. Mr. Kuecker played ball with Delevan against Minnesota Lake at Bass Lake, last week Sunday, and Minnesota Lake won, 2-1. Daughter for Tony Schmidts— 'A girl, fourth child, was born last week Tuesday.to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmidt Jr. The Schmidts have two other girls and a boy. The baby lias been christened Blanche Ann, sponsors being Henry Thill and Mrs. A. D. Brogan. ' Mrs. J. E. Walker Has Birthday— JDinncr guests at J. E. Walker's Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Walker's birthday August 24 were the Harold Kueckers and Delbert Walkers, Delevan, Minn., the R. O. Bjustroms, Algona, and Lillian Heidenwith. Kucckers Rent Ames Farm- Mr, and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker, of ••^ — Ames, 'have rented i (arm ^ ther 1 *, and Brwln Is doing fall »taffe* Mrs. Kuecker .is- a .daughter ;of ,the Marry Suhdlhgs,, formerly 1 n«a* At/; gona, now near. Ames. i ^j^^^jfc^ j Mrs.' John telnentwch Sick- Mrs. John (Leinenbach is seriously sick at her-home northwest o( Whittemore. Her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Geelan, and Ella Burke are helping care for her, Four Home From the Fair— iRalph, Robert and Russell Walker, Barney Platt, Algona, have returned from the world's fair. They, also made visits at other points in Illinois. Three Attend State Falr-r iLloyd Walker,accompanied R. 0. BJiistroBi and Herbert Benson, Al- feona, to Des Moines Monday to attend the state fair. Patient Down With Rheumatism— Katherine Haag, bf Kate's Cafe, has muscular rheumatism, and Irene Foxsen, R. N., is, caring for her. , : II. S. Has 16 New Pupils— Sixteen new pupils were enrolled Monday in high school, 13 of them freshmen. •. , • Other Whittemore News. Mrs. J. M. Fleming, son James, and daughters Margaret,.Joan,.and Mary were Friday visitors at Mason City and Daugherty, and at Daugherty called on Sisters Mary Aloyslus, Mary Anicetus, and Mary Dcnise, the. latter formerly Leona Kollasch, "daugh'ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch.. Mr. and Mrs. John Meine recently accompanied the Louis Hack- barths to Cedar county, where they visited relatives of Mr. Meine. They were gone ten days, and also visited at Iowa City and Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmeyer, of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Cleve'Carter, Graettinger, were Sunday visitors at'the Joseph Mikas home. Mrs. Carter and 'Mrs. Shellmeyer are sisters. The Clarence Glasgows, Fergus Falls, Minn., are visiting Mrs. Peter Haag. Mrs. William Potter, three children, and Auugsta Haag. Norfolk, 4 \eb., are also at Mrs. Haag's. Mr: and Mrs. Frank Spilles, son Francis, and Mrs. Spilles' mother, Mrs. Kleinfehn, New Hampton, visited last week at the John Spilles and Frank Burke home. The Joseph Reniers left Friday for their home, at Detroit, after two weeks with Mrs. Renter's parents, Mm. J. i. 6d!l«ft, /Blifr « Mr, an<!Mrs..Mau- rlce-Malldfy. oante'hbrtte • Sunday, after ,having spent- ithe Uflnimer with. M*m* titMNh*' . Frank ,n«hnk«, ^therah t«achor at Webster City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mfs. Albert Behrtk*. • . , . 'Alice June, daughter of Mrs. Alice R. Calry, has returned from Waterloo, where she spent two weeks. Mrs. H. C. Meyer was operated on Monday at the McCreery hospital for gallstones. Patty Weir is nurse, Mr, and Mrs, R. A. Bartlett have returned from a vacation in n6rth- errt Minnesota and at the World's fair., • Tom Kelly's son Edward sprained a wrist Sunday. H. W. Qeelan is laid up with a sor« hand. • -•Ruth Balgeman and friends -at Britt have returned from '' the world's fair. - • A boy, fifth child, waft born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch. " - • , Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick spent Saturday and Sunday at "Williamsburg. f i- ,, - Rural Schools to Open. Some of Kpssu'th's 150 rural schools opened Monday, and the rest of them will open next Monday. More than 2,600 pupils will attend the one-room country schools, according to figures in County'.Supt Shirley's office. Si All. Ready For School •With the most complete line of school supplies we have ever had, our special prices are for the first week of school. Crayola eights Crayola sixteensL- Big Special School Tablets Fuller Paper, "new count" __ Fountain Pen Ink Fountain Pen "Special" 9c 15c _ 5c 5c 9c 98c Combination Fountain Pen and Pencil Mechanical Pencils Loose Leaf Note Books, complete __ Box Water Colors, seven colors Library Paste Loose Leaf Notebooks" "Special" 50c IQc 25c 10c .5c 19c We carry a complete line of rural school books. A big balloon free with each purchase of school supplies. K. D. James ALG03U IOWA TYPEWRITER CARBON AT THE ADVANCE WWTTEMORE grades. reopens Jesson in charge £ number of sistor, '", academy has i,ocn with Slstor M Four ' n , o' ' lv ami Martini, are Sisters Catherine dette, The •here arc all of L-i? paratlvely ne w * marvel to f h d Mhbol houses {n thanWhittomor". Car Is Burned Ne er car Scheldt W and burned nnar ho Just east of town noon. . ,it wanl ot whflnatton.pt.s Hre. -One of the brothers S ufr,,- c , a eararice Never before have we shown such a variety of school shoes. We have an immense stock on hand. High shoes, oxfords; straps, aud ties. We know what the young folks want in footwear, and we have picked the styles and patterns that will please them. The prices will suit the fathers and the mothers, as they were all bought at old prices. 300 pairs oxfords, sizes 9 to 11 and 12 to 2 at 89c 700 pairs high grade oxfords and straps, good solid oak shoes, sizes 8-11 and 12 to 2, a real buy at __ -»8c These are the best shoe values we ever offered. 400 pairs of extra quality fine welts, stylish and sturdy. Sure to please the children. Your choice, any size ^__ $1.8» These are much better values than we offered last, year when school began. I bought them before prices went up and bought plenty of them. ,\Ve have away over 2400 pairs of school shoes on hand right now. v THE SHOE 'A Floral Love nnnr nnni-T m TIIIA last till late in the fall.

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