Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
Page 17
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KOSSUTII COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA A St. Joe School Opens; 135 Pupils This Year 1000 STUDENTS TO START STUDY HERE grade «n»llm«it. , . j. iFor the first week," school will be in session' fofenons bnly. This will let .pupils attend the county fair every afternoon. State •St. Joe, Aug. 29—The St. Joseph vent, Dubutiue. parochial school reopened Tuesday' There is only one grade in high morning with some 135 pupils at- 1 school, due to lack of room. This tending. The teachers' staff fol-| grade was added three years ago. lows: i It was found in going over old - Sister M. Concepta, Grades 1 and!records that the school was found- 2j Sister M. Marie Celine, Graded led some 50 years ago when the 3 and 4; Sister M. Rudolpha, Grades! Rev. Father Zigrang was pastor. 6 and 6; Sisters M. Euphasia and I St. Joe was formerly called Hale M. .Hortense, Grades 7, 8, 9; Sister | but the name was changed to St M. , Claretta, -music. Sister M.j Joseph after the church was erect Claudia is housekeeper. All are ed In order that it might 'be th from the Mount St. Francis con- same as the name of the church. Supt. Otto B. Lalng announces a respective enrollment In the Al-1 ona public schools next week,of proxlmately 1000 pupils. Of this umber there will be approximately 25 in the grades, while the high Iowa City win Missouri, at Ames, October 28. losva at Iowa City, November 11. Kansas State at Ames, Novembe Kansas, there, November 18. the feep meetings two state schools follows: University Schedule. Sept. 30—'Northwestern at Soldier Field, Chicago. ' \ IV'-*ll Li«O ) VI I V. t \^ ( IH.* T Vj lii U VJ I J.VJ • Oct. 7—Bradley Tech at Iowa j Drake, at Des Moines, Novcmb City. Oct. 21—'Wisconsin at Iowa City (Homecoming). Oct. 28—Minnesota at Minneapolis. their children 25. MONDAY MORNING OH settler, to 1 Have Lwermore Picnic Saturday Llvermore's annual Old Settlers 25 in the grades, *hile the mgu i ^^ja^t'to'Si* 1 ^ 111 §S chool enrollment will approximate "mDer^j ploneer log cabin 75. This will include some 120 K a g F ree Ice cream and coffee ural pupils. ,, w lll be furnished tor a picnic din- Enrollment of rural pupils tookw " £ -non Features of the pro- place last week. A few more were "",_"• " m ^ e mug i c by the Bode expected to enroll this week. | f lle , ban d and a drum corps. The teachers, who are listed elsewhere in today's Advance, will ar- ^ by where in today's Advance, will ar- «°mm Hum boldt, a gypsy dance, an rive in time for preliminary meet- <£<«. " u ™ ^ Bertha Van A1-, ing of the faculty at the high school aaaress^ Jndlan g ' ™ amusement tor at Iowa ciiy win ' V Swea City Schools Nov.. 4-Iowa State at Iowa City Will Reopen Today (Dad's day). j Nov. 11—Michigan at Ann Arbor.! Swea City, Aug. 29—High school i pupils here will register Monday of i this week, the grade pupils regis- Aines anu iu™ iu «,«.:.. i t ' orin s latcr , in tlle W0 9 k; '^ ch ° o1 The Iowa flUt. college schedule 1^. ^ T^rsday Th. on y „ 1 1YU HI WlillO LWl j/i ua-M"" —" v . , - ing of the faculty at the high school building at three o'clock Saturday afternoon. A few announcements will then <be made by the new superintendent regarding the opening of school Monday morning. Pupils entering Junior high . Nov. 18— Purdue at Lafayette. (Nov. 25— Nebraska at Lincoln. Ames and Iowa to Moot. October , s t'adltlonal. 'game follows: Central at Ames, Sept. 23, free , game for grade and high school cancy, principal, has been filled by Janice C. Williams, of Reding. Miss Williams taught English in the Ledyard high school a few years There were 30 applicants for school (seventh grade) are to be at the high school this-week Thursday morning, at 9 o'clock, when the principal or the superintendent win explain schedules of classes and location of recitation rooms, and make locker aslgnments, etc. First grade pupils who live on State street or south of that street will be assigned to the first grade in the high school building. All City, Indian songs C. C. Coyle, Humboldt, sports," and a Bode-Llvermore ball game. Prizes will be given to, the oldest (Humboldt county settler In attendance, the settler who comes the greatest distance, and the couple in attendance wed in Humboldt county at the earliest date. Wesley Women Honored. At a "district Catholic Daughters meeting at Clear Lake last week Tuesday Susan Pflftner, Wesley., was elected president of present, and past grand regents In Dlstrlcg 6, and 7, and Mrs. J. L. Haverly in me aife" o^..«w. ~--—--others will be asigned to the Bryant building. Pupils must 'have 0, D, aim 11 «"•" ««--• -• — was elected organist for the trlct degree team. The next trict meeting will be held at Wes- dis- dls- . The homecoming Denver, there, September 29. Nebraska, at Ames, October 14. Oklahoma, there, October 21. reached their fifth . the position, 15 of whom made per- ley in" October september 15 to be eligible for first sonal application. schedule.tor -th. SI ;o 1C School Ne«d8 for Little Sfeler Kindergarten Dresses _ . The New Fashion Code for Wardrobes »» School Needs for Knit Wopl Dresses smar New Angora Dresses here in the new fall colors, and they're - — " to Warm Wool Jackets Bright fall colors are here In these warm Bwanky all wool iackets, get yours u . . 16 at Dre»» Up Footwear Wool Jumper Skirts Warmth and style In these-, new jumper skirts, all wool, In new fall colors. 8 to 14, --•-.-atlMS. Simplex Fleie Shoes Suede Leather Jackets are better .< - growing children, better f 12, Class Room Hose A Rollins'product; which Insures^better service, and, appearance, now, 6 to 10 at School Girl Dresses . Chic are these hew t»ll dresses foi•Junior misses. They add pep and assurance, 6 to 14, at $1.75 (M) Brand Underwear Recognised'as the most satisfactory for growing children,: tit better, wear better, 4 to 12, 60e New Wool Skirts New JStyleright Coats Frocks and Coots in Grand Style Collegian Oxfords SSJHia^ Rolliiw Silk Ho»e -ana trainer. Jackson, who ._ _A i« nD i- oo -maa hnrn m

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