Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGEfrOTjfr FIVE ALGONA GIRLS GIVEN B.AJEGBEES Opal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan, was on of the five Algona girls graduated from the' State Teachers college last week Thursday with Bachelor of Arts! degrees. Others from Algona grad- j uated were Leona Smith, Dora Carson, Ruth Maleug, and Evelyn Smith. Miss Carson has for some years been principal of the Bryant grade school; Leona, the daughter of Mrs. Neal Smith, will teach the first and second grades at Dakota City (Humboldt); Ruth, is i the daughter of L. J. Maleug, rail- j Way postal clerk; Evelyn, (laugh-, ter of Mrs. J. Clyde Smith, will teach music at Carson. There were 240 graduates from summer school Miss Cronan, who for some years boa taught the 4th grade in an Elmhurst, Iill., school will leave Sunday to resume her duties. Settlors Picnic Vluiiiied. Llvermore. Aug. 23—Plans are moving for a big time here on Labor day, when the 53rd annual Old Settlers picnic will be held. Committees have been appointed nil amusements and program. The picnic will be held at the Log Cabin park. Here's Complete Program MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 ENT&Y DAY All exhibits ir place and concessions set up. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 CHILDREN'S DAY All school children : 00 A. M.—Judging Calves, Women : 00 P. M.—Band Ci 4-H Girjls : 00 P. M. —-Nationa under o : 00 P. M.—Hlppodrlome : 00 P. M.—Band C( : 00 P. M.---Vaudeville , Revue, WEDN 00 A. M. 00 A. M. Uufcli l/iincli lit Clubhouse. There will be a Dutch lunch at the Country club clubhouse tonight. following a n-hole blind bogie tournament, and prizes in a club championship tournament will be announced, with ii special showing of movies of local golfers hi action. •• • Xew House on Ftirin. County Engineer H. M. Smith hug let a contract to Botsford'a for n new house on the old M. de L. Parsons farm, where the house was burned down a few weeks ago. - * St. Hen. Heats Mullets. St. Benedict, Aug. 23 — A ball game Sunday between St. Benedict and an Eagle Grove team ran to 11 innings, St. Benedict winning, 5-4. Clyde Cooper, Algona, and his son Merle drove to Kuierim 'Friday to visit Mr. Cooper's mother, Mrs. T. W. Wright. Coimfj Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown attended a rural electrification administration picnic et Humboldt Sunday. * Jiic.liie .UeClellnn, Lu Verne, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellan, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Glenn Raney. Mr.s. Alex Dorweller. Mankato, went home Sunday, after a visit since last week Thursday at her cusin Martin Bonnstetter'e. >Fr. and Mrs. William Dehnert and George Elbert spent Tuesday at Spencer, and the Dehnerts drove home a new Dodge sedan. : 00 P. M.: 00 P. M, : 00 P. M.: 00 P. M, 00 P. M.- nishing c6t?NtV ADVANCE, ALGONA> 10WA under 15 admitted free on this day. Dairy Cattle and 4-H Club Dairy Swine, Sheep, and Poultry, and s Departments, incert. Demonstrations. 1 Circuit Championship Auto Races 'ficial I. M. C. A. sanction, and Vaudeville Acts, incert by Algona Municipal Band. Acts. Gertrude Avery's Diamond vith cast of 50 people. 3SDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 4-H CLUB DAY -Continuation of Judging, Women's Dept. Judging Show Horses, Beef Cattle, and 4-H Club Beef Calves. 1:00 P.M.—Continuation of 4-H Club Girls' Home fur- The Texas colorbearer in the corning national championship auto races to be held at the Kossuth County. Fair, Tuesday, September 6, Is Cotton . Orable, of Houston, who will pilot a fast Hal Special In the titled speed events on the local raceway. St. BENEDICT Demonstrations. 10: 10: 1: 1: 2: 2: 7: 8: 10: 1: -Band Concert by Algona Municipal Band. -Vaudeville Acts. -Harness Races, 2:24 Pace, 2:14 Trot, 2:16 Pace. -Band Concert by Algona Municipal Band. -Vaudeville Acts, Gertrude Avery's Diamond Revue, jvith a bevy of beautiful girls. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 FAR:(I MACHINERY DAY -Farm Michinery Demonstration. -Continuation of Judging. -Band Concert by Swea City Band. -Livestock Parade, led by Burt H. S. Band. •Vaudeville Acts. OOA. M.- 00 A. M 00 P. M. 30 P. M. 00 P. M. 00 P. M.—Harness OOP M 00 P. M -Band Concert by Swea City Band. -Vaudeville Acts, Gertrude Avery's Diamond Revue, Singers, Dancers, Comedians. 00 A. M.—Auction 00 P. M.—Band Concert 30 P. M.—Parade S. Band 00 P. M.—Suicide devils; 00 P. M.—Vaudevi 00 P. M.—Band Concert 00 P. M.—Vaudevi Revue; FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 THRILL DAY Sale of all Baby Beef Calves. RICH POINT HOSPITALS GENERAL. August 18—Mrs. Mae Gesche, Ledyard, medical. August 20—Mrs. L. E. Ceibler, Titonka, medical; Fred Bosworth, Convith, minor surgery. August 22—Mrs. Elsie Steussy, Lu Verne, tonsillectomy. August 23—Mrs. Lyle Gingrich, Lakota, tonsillectomy; Gordon Tegel, Marshall, Minn., medical. August 24—Doris Batt, Algona, tonsillectomy. Buy a Season Ticket and Save Money Maurice and Merrill D< Races, 2:22 Trot, 2:12 Pace. The Frank Wieners, Rockford, came Sunday for a day or more with Mrs. Wiener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgenett. A shower for the Sisters was fairly well attended, and a good- sized collection of fruit, vegetables, sugar, lard, eggs, etc., was left. The John Sheas, Bancroft, were Sunday visitors at Carrie Erick- son'si The Lawrence Dorrs, Clarion, and the Elwood Greys, Eagle Grove, were at Ben Dorr's. Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Stilson, called at Emil Arndorfer's. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cink drove to Bancroft Monday to attend the wedding of their niece, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Cink, and a reception. Mrs. Cink and Mrs. Ar- jthur Klein attended a recent i shower for the bride at her par- jeutal home. | Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones, South Dakota, arrived Monday to visit ! the latter's mother, Granda Iimnor- fall, who is failing rapidly. The son John, Wisconsin, arrived las week Thursday. Tiding Hn6 given for the first grade in High School Building (below) and west of N. Minnesota, include also all children living beyond city limits. C. First Grade Room (146) In High School Building— 1. include all children living sonth of the following Hue: West McGregor city limits to from west Intersection D. with Thorlngton; thence north to State; thence east to intersection of Phillips and State; thence south on •Phillips to city limits. Kindergarten— .1. All children in kindergarten will attend In the room provided in the High School Building (No. 145). At the first meeting on Monday morning," September 6, half of the group will be assigned for forenoon session and the « other half for afternoon sessions. 2. These half day sessions will begin . on Tuesday, September 6. These sessions will later be reversed. II. Rujle . on age for entering Kindergarten and First Grade children: A. Kindergarten— 1. Child to be eligible for registration in the Kindergarten must be 5 years or age on or before December 15, 1938. 2. First Grade—child to be eligible for registration in the first grade must either have completed Kindergarten or must be 6 years of age on or before December 15, 1938. HI. Any exception to rules in I and II above as made necessary by unforeseen circumstances will be decided upon after consideration by the Superintendent. Parent* should call at the Superlntnedent'8 office in the High School Building or call 295. IV. 'All students entering 7th grade for the first time In September should report to Miss Wilson, Junior High Principal, at the High School Building on Saturday morning, September 3, at 9 o'clock for a tour of the building and preliminary announcements. Students newly registered In Algeria schools this fall who enter eighth grade may report at the same time. V. Second Hand Book Exchange— A. Second hand books used in grades 9 to 12 may be brought to the superintendent's office any time during the week beginning August 29. B. Books used In grades 7 and 8 should be brought to Miss- Wilson's office at the High School building on Saturday forenoon, September 3, or Monday, September 5. C. Books used in the elementary grades should be brought to the Bryant office on Monday forenoon, September 5. VI. Rural Students entering the ninth grade this fall are invited, with the parents, to a special meeting at the High School building on Wednesday evening, August 31, at 8 ocl'ock. The purpose of this meeting is to explain the curriculum,, to tour the building, and to make preliminary registration. VII. Students new to the Algona School System (other than rural ninth entering high school for the first time) and not already enrolled should report for enrollment at the High School Principal's office for grades 9 to 12 and to the Superintendent's office for grades 1 to 6 any time in the week ot August 29. VIII. Traffic 8t6p A. Stop" signs duMn£ certain school hdurs will be placed at th£ following street intersections! State and .Dodge (Iowa State Bank.corner); Call and «on corner); •buildi nK )'' Hostot Th!rjj 0. n Mrs. Bertha L. Smith NAWfD tXCLUS DISTRI6UTOK FOUNDATIONS The makers of Charis Adj tlons and Swavis Flexible happy to announce Mrs. Bertha L. Smith as e'Sfr,' °i distributor for thtise nationaly fa,,, „ '° cal incuts. * «>«i> Mrs. Smith has recently completed an !„!.„,• course in modern figure analysis and figure shl 1 She will provide an up-to-the-minute, person r 9 ' Figure Improvement and Home Corsetry Serv" • The superior features of Charis and Swavis four.!)" tions are well known to most fashiona women. The patented adjustable Charis uo , the Unique lightweight contour control "o7 offer advantages not found in other garments. rail Mrs. Smith, no matter what your special r. quirements may be. You may reach her, after 4 P.M 'j 512 South Moore Street. Telephone-: (iiilw "Exclusive Distributor for Alifonn linii vicinity." CHARIS CORP'ri . ALLENTOWN . p A )f 4-H Club Calves, led by Algona H. 31ub, presenting a Congress of Dare- .5 spine tingling events, le Acts. le Acts, Gertrude Avery's Diamond Gorgeous Girls, Beautiful Scenery. svine visited last week at their giandmoth- er Mrs. Mary Devine's, Humboldt. Mrs. J. F. Black went City Saturday to visit h< r daughter Mary, student nurse. !rfrs. Dick Kain spent the week-end at the Black home Georga Anne Geigel leaves Saturday for Gushing to tesch music in the public schools. The George. Godfreys are spending a fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. Shareholders of phone lines 35 and 27 are to meet at Jacob Maasdam's September 2 to ren poration. to Iowa sw incor- S. S. Picnic is Planned. The Baptist Sunday school will hold its annual picnic this week Friday. Persons who wish to attend are to meet at the church at 2:30 p. m. and find notice of the place for the picnic in a poster on the east door. Picnic supper served at 6, and attendants are to take covered dishes, sandwiches, dishes, and silverware. Games and contests will be conducted. Everyone in the church congregation is invited. MlSfmLANEOUS ANNOUNCE. MENTS I Algonu Public Schools. I. Districts for Elementary Grade Pupils Enrollment in the Various Buildings— A. Third Ward Building— 1. Include children in grades to 6 inclusive, who are living north and east of the following street lines: North Minnesota from north city limitb to East State; thence east to intersection : 'of State .and and Phillips; thence south 01 Phillips to city limits. B. Bryant Building— 1. Include children in grades '< to 6 inclusive who are living west and south of the divid ing line given above foi Third Ward; 2. First grade room in Bryant .building: Include all children living north of the di- HAT This is a season of such versatility in hat styles—or' many colors, many silhouettes: from the flatteringly ridiculous—to the ladjf like sublime. All the new hats are here—s|> obviously YOUR HAT is here. $1.95 to $2.95 Tailored hi^h crelwn hat with Swedish |ib- bon. Off - the - face b» ret with wings of velvet ribbon. Delu Robbia b^ret w i t h feather veiling. Kresensky's COACH KLEER-SHEER fir««//t//e HOSIERY Thrilling! These new All-American hosiery shades. Created to lend added chic and smartness to your Fall costumes. To bring Kleer Sheer flawless flattery to lovely legs. As well-made and durable as they are ex- yuisitely beautiful. And SO economically priced! 59c 79° $1,00 $1,3$ Browne!! Shoe Store SHOES — HAJWBAGS — HOSIERY Make ZENDER'S Your School Headquarters = Off they go, little fellows and big ones; grade school, prep H school, and high, school. Bring your school needs to us — we =5 have a stock to enable you to dress well for any school. It = takes quality to stand school wear. 1 SUITS! S More value, more selection, more style-those are the things you get here— s and our guarantee of satisfaction makes it certain you do get them See S these new herringbones, stripes, and diagonals in single or double breasted s drape models. ' | $14.50 $19.50 $22.50 $29.50 Shirts The greatest collection ever shown in Arrow and Marlboro. These new fall shirtings blend well with the new patterns in suits. $1.65 to $2.00 others 98c • Sweaters —• • j You can find anything you want | here in the newest sweaters. j These are new leather combina- | tioris, corduroys, knits, two-tone j satins, or wool and knit combina- j tion. | $1.95 to $4.50 Pants These new Fall school pants will stand the hard knocks. Pleated models with belts to match in all wool. Loads of style and value $2.95 to $4.95 Shoes New Pall oxfords for school with rugged crepe soles or leather soles. New brown and mahogany colors, along with very outstanding black numbers. $2.95 $3.95 $4.95 Leather Jackets Capeskin, suedes, horsehifle, and Jackete makt the "Going" taty I 35cand50c $4.95 S6.50S8.50 ^^^^^^^^^^^^MP ^^^^^^^^^MpRm^'i '^IIBr' ^T!F ^^^^^^^t^^^^^^F i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f .^^^^^^L. ^^^^^^L. ' ' ^^^^^_^^^^^v __ _ / ' ^^^^w, W^pl \ ' '^jfr ^^W Supreme in Qotbe* ft, r Men and Boys

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