Metntft Avguit IS, School Opens At LuVerne On Sept. 2 * t — the LuVerne School System has a complete "P 1 Ky jar the eoming school JJfar 1957-S8. . The first day of school for thr Students will be on Monday. gfrpt ember 2nd for one half day only. The first day on which whool lunches will be served will $e Tuesday, September 3. • The school office will be open ftr payment of bills on week days after August 19. '-Following is the complete high school faculty: B. E. Martin, superintendent; Mrs Claire Champine, principal and Math; Claire Champine, Phy's. Ed., Science and Driver Training; B. At Wickett, Coach and Industrial Arts; Eleanor Peterson, Home Economics; Marvin Miner, English and Dramatic's. The new rfjembers of the high school faculty will be Miss Jean Jjlnssen, Commercial Instructor and Mrs Lois Cross, grade and music instructor. Miss Jftnssen tflught in the Floyd School System last year and Mrs Cross last year taught in the Remsen J^hool System. • "The grade faculty is ' also complete and is as follow^: Mrs Qem (Margaret) Stripling, 8th grade; Mrs James (LaVonne) Ifallory, 7th grade; Mrs James (Catherine) Schade, acting principal of East Annex and 6th gjade; Mrs Eleanore Eustace, 4th Stade; Miss Donna Hill, 3rd 0*ade; Mrs Vernon (Helen) Daley, 2nd grade and Miss Gertrude (gilloway, 1st grade. The only new member of the grade faculty Will be Mrs Jerry Wolf who will tfach 5th grade. Mrs Wolf is a aduate of the Eagle Grove dor College. «Guest the past week in the heme"of Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk \fas her great nephew, Johnny McCall of Winnepeg .Canada. Guests Thursday in the Shirk hfeme were her parents, Mr and Mrs Claire Jones of Royal and Mary McCall, brother of Johnny. The children are great grand children of Mr and Mrs Jones. ..Guests Sunday in the Mrs Bida Kpllrnan home' were her Mother-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs Fjed Else, son Roger, their son- in-law and .daughter, Mr and Mrs William Hass of Sutherland. *Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider, t£eir daughter Mrs Sanford Reed and children of Arnolds Park Visited Friday to Sunday in the • Eimef Richardson home hi Slater. Mrs Schneider is a sister of Mrs Richardson. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler, daughters Cheryl and Mrs George Goodnef and children of Des Moines visited Mrs Marie Stoddard. convalescing in the home of her son Lloyd Stoddard and family, Fort Dodge. Mrs Dimler is a daughter also of Mrs Stoddard. Mrs Goodner and children remained in Fort Dodge for a week's visit with her sister, Mrs Maurice Espeland and family. Miss Joyce Phillips and her girl friend, employed in the Rochester hospitals, were visitors in the Hugh Shirk home Saturday and Sunday. Donald McClellan of Detroit, Mich, has arrived to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan, brother and sisters here. Mrs Charles Hin?., city librarian reports the receipt of 75 new books for the traveling library. The books are novels, children's books, mystery and fiction. The LuVerne library, sponsored by the clubs of Lu- Verne is open each Wednesday afternoon, Saturday afternoon and evening of each week. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ober- helrnen, daughters, Nancy and Shirley, Carl Reddel, her brother, with another brother, Mr and Mrs Wi *f. Reddel and family of Storm Lake went to Blooming- on, 111., for the 35th annual Reddel reunion. Carl Qroh went to Charles City Monday where he has enrolled in a course in a school for linotype operators. The course runs about 17 weeks. Guests in the Richard Wegner home are his daughter,' Mrs Geo. Johnson and daughter, Cheryl of New Kenningston, Pehn., and son Normah Wegner of Bismarck, No. Dak. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch and Sheryl and his brother, Fred Goetsch fished in Minnesota Thursday to Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs Robert Kessinger and children were overnight guests in the William Goetsch home as they concluded their week at the Methodist camp at Lake Okoboji enroute to their home in Indianapolis, Indiana.' Le Ota Ann Voss visited her grandparents, Mr and Mrs W. B. Murray in Livermore Thursday to Sunday. Sonja Goetsch visited the past week in the Elberts home in Pocahontas. Junior Hardcopf and Verlaine Johnson spent the past week on vacation at Port Arthur, Canada and northern Wisconsin. . Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty were weekend visitors in the home of their s'bn DeRay Lichty and 'family in Mason City. Brett and Dee who spent the past week here with their grandparents returned to their home with them. Creste Chumt Meet The regular meeting of the Cresco Chums 4-H chrt> was held Monday, August ftth, at the home of Ann Smith. The meeting was called to order by the president Delores Eisenbarth. Reports were given on the district camp at Clear Lake by Madonna Gisch and Ann. Smith. The team, Ann Smith and Jeanne Ann Frieders gave their demonstration. Plans were made for the club-^s exhibits at the coming county fair. Appointed by the president were Eunice Gade, Rosemary Gisch. Carolyn Rochleau, Madonna Gisch, Delores Eisenbarth. Guests included Mrs Edmund Frieders, Mrs Jerome Eisenbarth, Mrs Wm. Runchey of Algona and Mrs Besch. Recreation followed a lunch served by the hostesses Ann Smith «nd her mother, Mrs Wayne Smith. have stringent laws against dueling. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch The Four Corner Social Club met Tuesday, August 6, at the home of Mrs Lewis Larsen with ten members present. After business was taken care of a lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be September 3 at the home of Mrs Elwood Nelson. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen ahd family, Mr and Mrs Donald, Michaelsen and family and Mrs Mary Michaelsen attended a picnic dinner at Crystal Lake. Rev. and Mrs Roy Brooks of Topeka, Kan. were Wednesday guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Wednesday afternoon guests were Mrs Etta Larsen of Bourbonnaise, 111., Mrs Hedwig Larsen, Mrs Minnie Larsen and Velma and Mrs Mary Michaelsen. Mrs Verle Nelson, Larry and Reggie left Sunday afternoon for South Dakota. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young and Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames visited Sunday evening at the Mary Kain home. Rev. and Mrs Willis C. P'helps and daughters, Mary Ann, Barbara and Carol of Haxtun, Colo. Have You Seen Diamond's Back To School New Selections? NOT Regarding East / Side Storm Sewer Project • : ' '. • - "^*^* Public notice js hereby giyen that the Maypr and Council of - - * " . City of Algeria, lowg, did at a special meeting Wednesday August 7, 1957, by Resolution duly passed, adopted and ap- proved, levy Special Assessments against all property affected -*S by the fast Side Storm Sewer project. Property owners with Special Assessments can pay at the City Clerk's office at the City H0II from August 8, 1957 to September 7, 1957, in full or « any part (in tenths) of their Assessments and no interest will be charged, David A. Smith City Clerk arrived at the Charles home Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Paul Rrominga fga turned to ftockford, 111. Saftiat after spending a week's vafiatlei with relatives hfete. Leona Haase, Diane, Anita Patty and Virginia Mbore. Pau] and Janice. Larsen helped Nanty Larsen celebrate her seventh birthday. The following people attended a family gathering at tfie Charles and Bernard Phelps hoBfte Sunday: Rev. and Mrs Wills Phelps and daughters of Hit* tun, Colo; Mr and Mrs Plftti Krominga of Rockford, 111; Mr and Mrs LeRoy Plielps and Gafj-, Mr and Mrs Clair Moore ftfid family of DolliVer, Iowa; Mr and Mrs Mervin Bristow and family of Irvington, Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and daughters, Mr and Mrs George Moore and two sons of Maquoketa, Iowa; Mr ahd Mrs C. G.f Cunningham of Elmore, Minn; Mr and Mrs *L. ft. Daniels and Mrs Bertha Stow of Burt; Rollo Moore, Janice Halms and Mrs Minnie Sperring ( A gathering, in honor of Mrs Etta Larsen of Bourbonnaise, 111. was held at the home of Mrs Minnie Larsen Sunday. Those attending were: Mr and Mrs Lowell Jaspers and family of Carpenter, Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson ahd family, Mr and Mrs Henry Nel* son of Titonka, Verle Nelson, Velma Larsen and Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family of Sexton were Sunday evening guests at the Victor Fitch home. Mr arid Mrs George Hix and Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family of Titonka were Sunday evening guests at the Dwight Ruse home. Mrs Minnie Larsen and Velma iook Mrs Etta Larsen ,to Tama Monday morning, where she will visit her brother, Harvey Fox. "You only live once''is used to excuse bad conduct — whereas it should meaft you have just the one chancts to do it right." Achievement Night The Cresco Chums 4-H girls club met .last week Tuesday night for their local Achievement Program at the Cresco Community Hall. Judges were Mrs Wayfte Keith of Burt and Mrs Wm. Kaecke* of Whittemore, la. A welcome was given toy the club president Delores Risen- barth. Eunice Gade, chairman of th§ prdfrafn committee, acted as master of ceremonies. l The program consisted of a local judging contest. Delores Eisenbarth earned highest score so will be delegate to the county contest at the Fair. ENJOY OU LARGE ANGEL-FOOD CAKES. ,028-. 30% Off THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY LEAH'S BAKERY Was a team demonstfa- tion by Ann Smith and Jeanne Ann ihleders. A Styl* Itevue followed. Each modeled* i garment she had made herself. Rosemary .Gisth was chosen for Junior, Jeanne Ann Frieders for Intermediate and Delores Eisenbarth for Senior to take ' part Jn 4ne County Style Revue. NATIONAL CASH 4 REGISTEft for Sale, m excellent shaffc; would cdfit $750 new. OufJ5«ce, $200. Set it at Upper Des Moines NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pub. BACK TO SCHOOL WITH A New Portable Typewriter i See Our Complete Stock Smith Coronas Royals Remingtons Underwoods ALL STYLES & MODELS UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. N HIE. Call St. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Algona PrteM EffectHn Thursday, Friday, Saturday (flu? 15-16.17) Qwnttty Righfs Reserved NATIONAL \. FOOD STORES DEPOSIT i, . • • • - . 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