The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 14
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(la.) Uppay DM Molnw Thursday, August 8, 1957 LuVeme Man Goes To Hawaii On Army Duty LuVerne — Sfc. Lyle Penton 3s now concluding his 30 days furlough and leaves for California where he will fly to Hawaii for 2*% years service. Mrs Penton, children, Roxanne. Patrick, Sandra and Virginia will accompany him there. Patents of Son Mr and Mrs Jerome Stripling of Cedar Palls are the parents of a daughter born in a hospital there Monday. July 29. 1957. They have two other children, Debbie and Jeffrv. Bur 160 Acre Farm Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly the past week, purchased the 160 acre farm owned by Oscar Hanson of Clarion. The farm is the fortncr farm of the late Mr and Mrs Gustave Reddel and joins the farm of Mr and Mrs Kubly. Possession to be given March 1, 1958. Family Picnic-Reunion A family gathering and picnic dinner of the family of Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler was held Sunday in Greenwood Park in Eagle Grove. Guests honored were their son and brother M/Sgt. and Mrs Gordon Dimler and children, here from Ft. Benning, Georgia. Mrs Henry Pergande received word of the death of her brother William Lottman, 70, Saturday evening at his home in Lakeland, Florida, after a lingering illness. Burial wi)l take place near Detroit, Mich. Surviving are his wife, one brother and four sisters. Mrs Pergande will not attend the funeral rites. Mr and Mrs Dr. Ray Lichty and children of Mason City were weekend guests in the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty. Mrs Anna Kelling and son Alvin Kelling visited Sunday in the Henry Bubly home. Mr and Mrs Fred Heller and daughter of New Glarus, Wise., visited in the Henry Kubly home Saturday. Mrs Keller is a niece of Mrs Kubly. Mrs Edwin Marty and her mother Mrs Henry Kubly went to Randall Friday and brought their granddaughter Paula Jo Weltha, daughter of Mr and Mrs Judean Weltha here for a week as they go on a vacation trip. , Mrs Edward Dehnert took her daughter Mrs. John Peters and four children Monday to Denver, Colorado, where Mrs Peters goes to mpike her home. Mr Peters has been there for some time where he is now employed. They are moving into a new home. Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson and children had as weekend guests, friends Mr and Mrs James Pullman, Pam and Gregory of Sibley. The Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens, Timothy and Mary Ann are spending the week at their cottage in Riverview Park in Cedar Falls. Weekend guests in the Robert Hardcopf, Sr., home were their daughter, Mrs Barbara Templin, son, Jerry Hardcopf and friend Peter Koler of Chica-go, 111. The sons of Mrs Templin, Michael and James who have been several weeks with the grandparents here, returned to their home. Sally Hardcopf also accompanied her sister and brother to Chicago. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons were Sunday evening supper guests in the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber m Bode. Thursday guests in the Robert Barber home were his sister Mr and Mrs Noran Jahr and children of Mankato, Minn., and their parents Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber of Bode. Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, their daughter Mrs Barbara Ten- iplin and son Jerry Hardcopf, visiting here from Chicago, visited in Storm Lake Saturday with their daughter and sister Mr and Mrs David Harper and Children. Joseph Allen, new baby son Df Mr and Mrs Herbert A. Kaiser was christened at the Sacred Heart Catholic church in /Livermore, Sunday, August 4 by Father Sturm. The sponsors were Mrs Kenneth Krieger of Mason City and Maurice Laubenthal. A dinner followed in the Kaiser home. Of interest to many friends here is the appearance of Pat Clement in the movie being shown in the LuVerne theatre •Thursday and Saturday, August 840 in the picture "Don't Knock the Rock." Pat who has visited here many times is the cousin of Mrs Jessee Stripling. Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull, his brother Mr and Mrs John gchipull of Goldfield have returned from a two week's vacation trip. Otto Wille was taken again to Ft. Dodge Mercy hospital Thurs- stey evening. Mr Wille, with a "as condition was hospita- „ several weeks earlier. His Howard Wille, Rock Island, , came to be with his mather. i Howard WUle and children were Jiere the past two weeks, i guests in the Alvin r , ,j»ne were their sons Jerry and Mrs Weber, Le•" ' A, B : . of Navy Air his sisters, -—— M?e jf :«•. ~ Mercy hospital Montday. July 29. She is now convalescing at her home. Mr and Mrs Charles Brown and children of Ringsted were Sunday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Kuble. Rev. and Mrs Alvin Gollmann and children of West Frankfurt. 111., are on vacation at the home of his mother Mrs Elda Kollmann and sisters. Mrs Clem Stripling and Mrs Harold Nielson. Jr.. and his grandmother Mrs Martha Schneider. Mr and Mrs Harold Burgess and family spent Sunday in Protivin, Iowa, visiting. Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf and son Mark went to Jackson, Minn., Sunday, where they were joined by her parents Mr and Mrs Larry Werner and family of DeGraff, Minn., for a picnic dinner. Burt School To Open Sept. 2; 3 Join Faculty Burl — The Community School of Burt will open Monday, Sept. 2. nt 9:00 a.m., and will be dismissed at 11:30. All students who have not registered should contact Mr Culbertson, High School Principal, after August 15th. Buses will operate for the first day of school, and students will be picked up at approximately the same time as last year. Hot Lunch will begin on Tuesday, September 3rd, and will continue throughout the school year. The price will remain at 25c per meal. The Special Milk Program — that is, the lunch served to all elementary children during' the afternoon — will continue at the samp price of 2c ppr day. * Sc-veral new teachers will join the faculty this fall. Mr Harley Hanson, who has been teaching at Chelsea. Iowa, for the past two years, will tench shop and math. The Hansons have two small children and plan to move into the community about the middle of August. Mrs Duane Mawdslcy will teach Second grade. Mrs Mawdslcy. the former Marjorie Hauck, has been teaching in Algona during the past three years. Miss Rhonda Hammond of Titonka will teach third grade. Miss Hammond is a recent graduate of Forest City Junior College. Other teachers include the following: Russell Castor, superintendent: Keith Culbertson, principal and social studies: Mary Patterson, science: Erna Baars, vocal music and English; Nadine Forna, home making and science: Ray Ihnen, coach and commercial; Everett Lbckhart, band. Larry Beckley, Jr. high coach, 7th and 8th: Bertha Newbrough, 7th and 8th; Beulah Lee, 6th; Neoma Thompson, 5th; Jeneva Button, 4th; Jean Nolan, 1st; Sybil Dangelser, kindergarten. Bus drivers include George Hawcott, Bruce Graham, Robert Hamilton, Roger Chaffee, and M. J. Cunningham. All are experienced drivers and have driven routes for the Burt Community School for many years. The hot lunch program will be headed this year by Nora Garner. She will be assisted by Viola McDonald and Mrs Walter Steward. All of these ladies have served the program for five years. Open house and Dedication of the new building will be held on September 1st — the day before the opening of school. Full particulars will be announced at a later date. Dromedary is a camel, either one or two-humped, of a breed and training fitting its riding purposes. ^ the^ head of your class* sitl tice of earnings jysfj£ ? ceived, our savings now growing faster, than ever before and you may take a bow, mister for opening the account. Our money's growing, safely insured and ready if we needjk Home Federal Savings & Loan Association Originally Organized 1917 All Deposits Insured To $10,000 ALGONA, IOWA star of TV and movies AFTERNOONS ~ AUG. M THRU SEPT. I AND WTf Of AUG. 31. RUSK DRUGS and JIWHRY Two Registered Pharmacists on Duty Giving Expert Attention Self Service Summer Sale No Better Prices Anywhere No Time Wasted No Waiting All Summer Items Must 60 lENNON SISTERS of Lawrence Welk gfeow (A 26-28), Bread* U« (Aug. 24), other great *t«ri to bow* of f jwrkUng fun. AUTO RACES 4riv«& America'* fcetee* t BIG CAB RACES tt, Ml THRILL DAY V, 31 ridei, firework* ? «fl wr tvftwwfc & Mil if OPfGBIAT IXHIBITi SUMMER, luSSY SUMMER BATH SPECIALS! (and such good gift ideas, too) NOW $ 1.25 ££GULA£ S2.SOE9 TUSSY SHAMPOO Now $1 Regular $2 BATHING CAPS 69c regular SI S1 regular $1.50 ALL PURCHASES FREE TO EVERY CUSTOMER ONE DAY IN AUGUST Just save ydur cash register tapes. Next month we'll tell you which day in August was the free one and you can bring in the tapes for cash: So save your slips — you may have made a purchase on that date. Lucky day will be ann ounced in this paper. BROWNIE "HAWKEYE" FLASH OUTFIT Complete Ready io use, ihe flash outfit takes pictures indoors and out, day or night. Gift_ boxed with ihe popular camera are 2 rolls of film, flashholder, six flashbulbs, two batteries and instruction booklet. NOW Regular 14.95 DOLLAR DAY FILM BUYS! 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