The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1936 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 18,1936 BACK TO se Rural Schools In Kossuth County Prepare For Opening WILL ALSO HAVE EXHIBIT BOOTH AT STATE FAIR 60-75% of Teachers in the Rural Schools Are Located Algona rural schools will open from August 24 to the week of August 31. Superintendent William Shirley reports that the complete list of rural teachers has not been hired, and so far only 60 to 75% are permanently located for the coming school term. Kossuth county rural schools will send a comprehensive exhibit of all leading types of educational work now being carried on in the various grades, to be one of the features in the state educational exposition at the 1936 Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. News of the plans of the Kossuth county exhibit was made public today, when allocation of exhibit space for the display was announced this morning by the State Department of Public Instruction in Des Moines. The local exhibit of the work of public school pupils will compete with displays from 23 other counties In Iowa for the best exhibit of county-wide school work at the 1936 State Fair. The state educational exposition at this year's State Fair will occupy almost the entire mezzanine floor of the $200,000 Educational building. Besides the county-wide exhibits It will Include exhibits by grade schools, high schools, consolidated schools, mining camp schools and vocational agriculture courses. A total of $1.000 in cash premiums will be paid by the 1936 State Fair to winners of exhibits in these various classifications. Plans for the State Exposition this summer, as announced by the State Fair Board, promises a wider range of educational features than in many years. The dates of this year's State Fair are August 28 through Sept. 4. Friday, Aug. 28, has been designated as "Public School Day", and also as "Children's Day", with all boys and girls under 18 admitted free. Out of Hospital After Nine Weeks Burt Melbourne Mansmith was able to return to his home here last Wednesday after nine weeks In Algona hospital, following; an accident at Bancroft, in which he was seriously injured by a tractor. Melbourne is able to get down town on crutches. WHEN THEIR motorcycle was ditched north of Jesse Dugans, Robert Esarey and Lyle Fraser were injured. The motorcycle ran into a ditch and broke off a telephone pole and five or six fence posts. Lyle Winkle received some 40 wounds on various parts of his body, and Robert suffered a deep cut on the fleshy part of the hand severing an artery. Lyle and Wallace Winkle were riding in a box at the side. Wallace jumped out and escaped injury. • . « GRANDPA TBENARY, long time resident of Portland township, died at the home of his son at Sherburn, Minn., recently. 8 NEW SCHOOLS INGEMANTWP. GAINAPPROVAL Town Board O. K.'s Plan; $25,000 Bond Issue Was Voted Plans for eight new rural school buildings in German township were approved by the township board at a meeting Monday evening, according to County Supt. Shirley. The meeting was held at the Center schoolhouse where plans we.re Inspected and an architect given authority to supervise construction when contracts are let. German township erected one new frame school building last year in No. 9 district, and sentiment grew in the rest of the sub- districts for new buildings throughout the district. The township voted $25,090 bonds in June, and the bonds were approved by a bonding compary a week ago. A letting will be advertised this month, but whether the new school buildings will bo erected yet this fall is a question. Present plans call for the new buildings to average 26 to 32 feet in size, each with a full basement. Furnace heat is contemplated. It Is understood that hollow tile will be used in construction. Irvington township plans the erection of a new school house at Sexton, and Lotts Creek township plans three new buildings. CUMMINGS 5c * $1 School Opening Specials Here's Fun for the Kids Find All the Mispelled Words in This Ad - Bring It into Our Store and Weel 9 Have a Prize for You Any School shild of not over 12 years can compete. Contest starts Aug. 21 and ends Aug. 31st. Filler Papar 50 sheets 5c Shirley Temple and Popeye Tablets 5c Pencels 6 for 5c 4 for 5c 3 for 5c 2 for 5c Spiral Bound Note Books 5c Good Fountain Pens lOc Paste Ink Mucilage 5c Caryolas 6 in box 5c 8 in box 8c 16 in box 14c Compasses Rulers Protractors 5c-10c Filled Pencil Boxes lOc Notebook Heavy Covers lOc School Scissors lOc Carter's Fountain Pen Ink lOc Combination Fountain Pen Pencil 20c Pencil Sharpeners 5c-10c Erasers 1« each Art Gum 5c Propel Pencles 10c-20c-25c $1.00 New Fall Drese* For Teen Ages Sizes 14 to 20 Poplins—Crepes—Prints $1.59 $1.88 Langerie Specials Slips 59c-$1.00 Rayon Pantees 15c-25c Brassiers 10c-19c-25c 2-way Girdals 59c Muslin Bloomars Sizes 2 to 12 lOc pair Girl's Lieht Weight All Wool Sweaters 1.00 Knee Hi Rayon Hose 23c pair Garter Belt 2-wav .strt'ch 25c Ankle Sox Elastic Tops 10c 1 ail Boys' Bow Ties lOc Fancy Socks 15c *• Childrun's light weight knit Union suits boys-girls— ChiTs Rayon Panties 2 to 6 lOc 8 to 16 16c Knee Hi Pur Silk Hose 39c pair Boys' Brushed Wool Sweaters 1.00 School Kerchiefs Ic 3c 5c Boys' Initial Hankerchiefs 5c CUMINGS 5c to $1 Former Algona Man In Auto Accident Paul R. Wille, formerly in charge of thfjCall State Park at Algona, now custodian of the Gull Point State Park, escaped injury Friday when Is car overturned on the Crescent beach road, near Spirit Lake, just off the highway. The car overturned when Mr. Wille attempted to miss ruts in the road and the car wheels caught the loose gravel on the side of the road, upsetting the car. Mr. Wille was not injured and the car was not damaged. * Install New Ice Cream Outfit In St. Joe Station St. Joe: The William Hammers have Installed an electric Ice cream refrigerator and are now selling ice cream at their oil station In St. Joe. Hermann's Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann entertained Sunday at dinner anW supper in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Sr, who will soon move to Algona. Rev. Father Frank Illg was a caller in this vicinity this week. Peter Redlngs are driving a new Chevrolet coach purchased last week. Rev. Father Wesselrlng from Pocahontas was a guest of Rev. Father Theobald Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding and daughters from Germany arrived here last week for a visit with relatives. Genevievc Gisch from Rich Point is at the Henry Zeimet, Jr.. home assisting with the household duties. Verna Eischen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen, from St. Benedict spent last week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Stella Mae Reding were callers Wednesday afternoon at the Eugene Thul home near Ottosen. Mrs. John Reding and son, John from Chicago, are visiting relatives In this vicinity. Mr. Reding will come later to join them In a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lenertz ant family from Comfrey, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the John Becker home. Mrs. Lenertz and Mrs, Becker are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bormann ami sons and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen stopped in St. Joe Thursday evening on their return home after a visit with relatives in South Dakota. General Hospital July 30—Mrs. Walter Richard son, Algona, underwent a tonsilect- omy. August 1—Evelyn Newton, Humboldt, underwent a tonslltetomy. August 4—David Schuttcr, of West Bend, had his tonsils removed. August 4—(Alvin Hill had a fractured foot put in a cast. August 5—Alma Brandt, of Titonka, lonsilectomy. August 8—Duane Studer of Corwith had his tonsils removed. August 6—Mrs. Cliff Hoover, of Burt, underwent a tonailectomy. August 6—Grace Heyes, of Titonka, had an operation on the nose and throat. August 8—Nortna Abbas, Woden, underwent a tontilectomy. August 10—Mrs. Clarence Seefeld, Burt, underwent a major operation. August 10—Beverly Andrews, underwent a tonailectomy. Kowuth Hoapital Thursday, August 6, Minnie Kut- scharu, underwent a tonsilectomy. Thursday, August 6, Joel Herbst underwent a tonsilectomy. Friday. August 7, Bernice Reaper, tonsilectomy. Friday, August 7, Raymond Madsen, had cast put on broken leg. Saturday, August 8, Don Noell entered as a medical patient. Saturday, August 8, Wilbur Christensen, entered for medical treatment. Sunday, August 9. Kermit Johnson, of Corvvith, appendectomy. Sunday, August 9, E. W. Lusby entered for medical treatment. Monday, August 10, Lelander Sunder, Wesley, tonsils. Monday. August 10, Gerald Schenck, had a cast put on right leg. COMMITTEE HEADS of new Chamber of Commerce appointed as follows: Athletics, R. H. Miller; Business promotion, P. J. Christensen; Safety. John Beiser; Legislation, J. D. Lowe; Agriculture, D. E. Dewel; Conventions, W. G. McCullough; Membership, P. J. Kohlhaas; Closing, Lyle Reynolds; Peddlers, Joe Bloom; Industrial, Gail Pettit; Church Contact, C. R. LaBarre; Welcoming, M. G. Norton; City Beautification, H. N. Kruse; Algona bands. H. W. Miller; CCC camp, W. E. McDonald. "My Skin Was Full of Pimples and Blemishes" Says Verna Schlepp: "Since using Adlerika the pimples are gone. My skin is smooth and glows with health." Adlerika washes BOTH bowels, rids you of poisons that cause a bad complexion. E. W. Lusty, Druggist. NEARLY ALL MEMBERS AT LUVERNEAID Only 3 Absent At Last Wednesday's Lutheran Session LuVerne: When the roll call was rend Wednesday afternoon at the meeting of the Lutheran Ladies' Aid society all but three of the members of the largs society of over fifty members responded. With guests, the hostess, Mrs. Herman Hlnz served over 80 at the lunch at the close of the afternoon. After the business meeting and the lesson on the Women of the Bible by the Rev. L. Wittenberg, the ladies worked on two quilts that they are quilting. Mrs. Mike Wiese resigned as a member. ' One New Teacher Hired at Lu Verne LuVernc: At n recent meeting of the school board, it was derided to have the new school year begin on AiiRtist 31. Supt. A. C. Evans will aKRin be at the head of the school with Chnndos Smith, principal. Harold Turpin, Helone Hooker and Margaret Van Paton will be the high school teachers. Esther Diarchs will teach first and scconci grades: Miriam Troutman, third and fourth grades: Corinre Smith fifth and sixth and the only new teacher will be Edith Christian, Decorah who will take the place of Mrs. Viola Bishop In the grammar rcoin. Mrs. Bishop handed in hrr rr.-=iKnatlon just after school was cut in the spring. Fred Ticde wil be jniiHor. Attend Conference The R«-v. and Mrs. E. R. Walters and children, Esther and Wilma Merkle, F. C. Fritzemeicr, Huldah and Marie Frltzemeler are attending the Evangelical conference at Rlverview Park, Cedar Falls, this week. Esther Merkle is the conference secretary of the Young People's Mission Circle and Marie Fritzemeier, delegate from the local circle, gave the reading, "Mrs. Harper's Stint." The conference is from August 13 to 23. Sells Goods to Move Mrs. M. Wiese has sold her household goods and left Friday for Evanston, III., to make her home with a son. The John Ramus family expect' to move into the Wiese house. Mrs. Albert Pergande, Bricelyn, Minn., spent last week with Mrs. August Pergande, Sr., and other relatives. Frances and Martha Kabele, of Goldfield. spent Tuesday at the Irvin Chapman home, Wm. Chapman went home with them for a few days' visit Rev. and Mrs. V. V. Schuldt and baby have returned home from a vacation spent with Mrs. Schuldt'i parents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Cherokee. Miss Louise Ducwar and Mr. and Mrs. Ouewar were guests at the Rev. L. Wittenberg home last week. Mrs. Wittenberg is a sister of Miss and Mr. Duewar. A group of ladies were entertained at the H. W. Larimer home on Friday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Harold Larimer. The afternoon was spent socially with a dainty lunch served at its close. Mothers! Bring the Youngsters in for their Buster Brown BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan and son, Thomas, Ames, spent the week end at the J. H. Sheridan and H. J. D?itering homes. Margaret Schiltz and nieces, Dorothy and Bertha Schiltz spent last week in Des Moines and Cedar Rapids visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Benson, Mapleton, Minn., and Emily Welp, Mason City, spent the week end at the Mrs. J. H. Welp residence. The ladies are daughters of Mrs. Welp. Rites Friday For Mrs. Nemmers, 26, Bancroft Mother Bancroft: Funeral services were held at the Baptist church Friday morning for Mrs. Sylvester Nemmers who passed away at her home Tuesday evening. Melba Margaret Shoopman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrn. John Shoopman, was born in McClean county, 111., May 7, 1910,. and departed this life in Bancroft, Aug. 11, 1936, at the age of 26 years, 3 months and four days. She passed away very suddenly at her home after suffering a heart attack. She came with her parents to the vicinity of Bancroft when she was ten years of age. She attended rural school near here, finishing her high school work at Titonka. She was united in marriage to Sylvester Nemmers on May 15, 1928. To this union were born two children, Darrell age 7 years, and DcEttn, age two. Besides her beloved husband and children, she leaves to mourn her departure, her mother and father, three sisters, Mrs. Anna Luna, Mrs. Pauline Floyd of Swea City, Mrs. Verda Brayton of Belmond, and one brother, Mlllard Shoopman of Swea City, besides other numerous relatives and a host of friends. She was a kind and loving wife and mother and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Out of town relatives and friends at the funeral were: Mrs. Alfred Trent, Mrs. Lester Ctectchley, Mm. Ercell Treadway, Mr. and Mrs, James Taylor and son, Paul of Decatur, III.; Mr. and Mrs. John Shoopman, Mlllard Shoopman and son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lunn and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Floyd and family of Swea City; Jack Nemmers of Jackson, Minn.; Pearl Bennett of Fairmont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ace Warner and family of Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson and family of Lone Rock; Mr.-and Mrs. Glenn Brayton of Belmond; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Slbrel and family of Blue Earth, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anlicker of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Nemmers and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Nemmers of Waterloo. Harold, Ennls and Hubert Hood, Humboldt, spent Friday in Ban croft. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menke, Jr., spent Friday and Saturday at the home of his parents. J. H. Sheridan and daughter, Betty, were visitors In Thornton and Mason City Wednesday. Mrs. Carl H. Callies, Titonka, spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deitering. Time For School WRIST WATCHES Boys' and girls' wrist watches, made by Elgin, Bulova and m 4 ^ BT^l'"" 1 Westfield, priced at 4> I M •Dlf up FOUNTAIN PENS VVahl Evershaps and Parker Duofolds, priced as low at «x f and Lusby's as ^Plup (Lifetime Guarantee Pens, $3 tuitl up) PENCIL TABLETS Big Chief and Iowa Brands, large size, ruled, at 5c SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS They're the thing now 5c-loc And u Complete Line, As l r ut»ul, of LOOSE LEAF NOTEBOOKS CHALK & PASTE LOOSE LEAF FILLERS GLIE PAINT BOXES INK DICTIONARIES CRAYONS GRAPH PAPER LINCH BOXES PAINT BRUSHES WORLD GLOBES Lusby's Drug They're here . . . ready for you and the first- day of school. Sturdy shoes of elk and calfskin, built on health last. Scuff proof tips, moisture resisting soles, are but a few of the extra- wear features of these notable shoes. Real values. $1,50 to $3.95 Brown * Black Brownell Shoe Co. SHOES Aleoiia, Iowa HOSIERY The Shoe Store of Kossuth County FALL We Are Pleated To Invite You To Our Dress Department OPENING And Just In Time for School, Too Our policy will be to maintain in stock a supply of up-to-date dresses, in a complete. ranp,'e of sixes. All original styles. All new fragments. Garments that bear the stamp of approval of America's leading stvlist. BACK to the CAMPUS In One of These Attractive Models JYirrcl At $/|00 ! 4 to 00 FALL FASHIONS FOR SCHOOL W*.' luviU' You to I'uuie In and Look Tlir.sc.' l)rt-.s.si's Over at Yoiu- t Kresensky's

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