The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 5
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Twin Rivers School To Open, 3 Places, Sept. 3 OHoMrti —. Doors of the twin Rivers Community Schools, Bode, Livecmore and Ottosen will open for the 1957-58 session on Tuesday, Sept. 3. There will be a half day of school the first day. Beginning September 4th classes will be held all day. Serving of hot lunches will start Sept. 4. Lunches will be the same as last year, twenty-five cents per meal. New faculty members in the system this year are: Louise Jeffords of Fort Dodge who will teach Home Economics. She is a graduate of Iowa State College and has taught at Scrantoh. Beverly Sorensen of Oelwein will teach English and have charge of girl's physical education. She is a 1957 graduate of Wartburg College. Marcia Peters of Manson will teach Commercial and she is a 1957 gra'duate of Wartburg College. John Erickson, has charge of all instrumental and band instruction. He formerly held the same position at the Gilmore City school. Charlotte Diehn of Ottumwa will have charge of all elementary music. She is a 1957 graduate ol Iowa State Teachers College. David Engel, formerly' the Veterans instructor., will have charge of the vocational agriculture. This is a new department in the school this year. Maurice- Schumacher of Mallard, a graduate of Iowa State College, is the Korean Veterans. Instructor, Emory E. Johnson, formerly .superintendent at Popejoy, will be principal at the Ottosen elementary school. Melba Fox, formerly teacher at Joice ,Iowa, will teach 6th grade at Ottosen. Gladys DeBolt of Rodman and former teacher there will teach 5th grade at Ottosen. Korine Okland of Forest City, a 1957 graduate of Waldorf, will teach 3rd grade at Ottosen. Kay Brenner of New Hampton, a 1957 graduate of Waldorf, will teach 2nd grade at Ottosen. Audrey M. Hemingway of Ellendale, Minnesota, a 1957 graduate of Waldorf, will teach 1st grade at Ottosen. A. C. Leuthauser is supt. and David Duey, principal at the high school. Plan Special Services Special church services will beheld at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ottosen on Sunday. Aug. 18 at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. J. O. Wangberg of Council Bluffs, former pastor here, will have charge of the services. Rev. Wangberg and his daughter, Martha plan to visit friends here at that time. Rev. Wangberg will remain for a longer visit here and at Rolfe where he was also former pastor while Martha goes on to Minneapolis to attend the Lutheran World Federation meeting. The Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain are presently on their vacation and are visiting in California. Members of the Lutheran Ladies , Aid met Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 14, because of the Humboldt County Ftir that falls on the regular date. Mrs Earl Olsoh and Mrs Lorail Daniel were hostesses. Delegates to the W.M.F. Convention ' which will be held at Rolfe on Aug. 28 will be Mrs Donald Usher and Mrs H. J. Nielsen. Mrs Melvin Ellingson and Mrs Olvin Haug are the alternates. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem returned home Wednesday from a two weeks vacation trip to San Diego, California where they visited relatives. Mrs Oliver Lee ,and Terry and Beverly King and Vickie have returned from a five day trip to DeForest, Wis. where they visited Mrs Lee's grandmother, Mrs Sqna Nelson and an uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Benny Ved- j *»p* It, 1957 Atflvm ffe) Hppw •» MotiHi I vft*. Herman Wa«ohter tmd son Buddy 6t wamrhvilte, ffl., ai"e visitors at the Ahthony Waechtei home. Last week Mr ahd Mrs Waechtcr and son Gary and their visitors spent five days at the Yellow Lake Lodge at Webster, Wis. Mrs Waechter's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs IrVin JoyM are co-owner of the lodge ahd they visited thefti. Mr and Mrs Robert Benbow and sons of Rockville, Maryland were Thursday evening visitors at the Oscar Oppedahl home. Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson and Mrs Bertha Jacobson spent the weekend visiting at the Clara and Ed Egeness home at Olivia, Minn. Monday visitors at the Howard Hellickson home were Mr and Mrs Walter Johnson and family of Chicago and Mrs Hannah Hellickson of Hardy. Visitors Friday August fi at the Oliver Lee home for their granddaughter, Vickie Lee King's third birthday included Mrs Carlisle Halsrud and Marcia and David and Mr and Mrs Harry Dasen and Butch of Bode, Mrs Maurice Halsrud, Pamela and Dennis of Bradgate, LeRoy Worby and Mrs Ed fCemna, Carol, Virginia, Kathy, Mark and Marlys. Mr and Mrs Oliver -Lee and Terry and Beverly King and Vickie were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Merle Halsrud home at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann visited Sunday afternoon at the Robert Block home near West Bend. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson attended the 25th wedding anniversary Honoring Mr and Mrs Chris Nielsen at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Humboldt on Sunday Aug. 4. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem visited at the home of her mother, Mrs Manda Mitsven at Bode. Sunday afternoon. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Watnem and Randy were visitors at the Paul Watnem home at Belmond. The Paul Watnems are moving to Cedar Falls where he will attend Iowa State Teachers College this fall. Saturday evening supper f««lts at the Petcy Wfttnem Iron* wf*e Mr ahd Mrs Louis Dippel 5f Belmond. Ronald Burfcet of West Sard visited from Tuesday mfUl FW- day at the Olvin Hatig BoTtfe. Tuesday Carte Mae Haug gpefit the day visiting Snefrt Monssn at Bradgate. In the evenirtg the Olvin Haug family visited fit "the Bdb MotiBdn home. Sunday, Aug. 4 Mr Hftd Mrs 'Oliver Klnseth, Mr |hd Mrs Olvin Haug and family joififd the James Barber lamily of West Bend at Arnolds Park for a pidfcie dinner and outing. Visitors last week fit the Eugene Hofius home were Mr and Mrs 1 .W. Nelson and Mrs Cora Bacon of Algona. Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle were Sufiday dinner guests at the Herman Kramer home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and family spent Sunday at the home of Theresa Holt at Ellsworth. Five boys who will be Vocational Agriculture students at Twin Rivers High School spent Wednesday at the North Iowa Fair at Mason City -as a judging team. Included in the group were Peter Oppedahl, Donald Newton, Phil Gjerstad, Robert Zeman and Ronald Adams. David Engel, the Voc Ag instructor, had charge of the group. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Have You Seen Diamond's Back To School New Selections? The BIG Event for Fall of 57 Come one & ail Bring the Whole Family to- FA ALL FLOOD-LITE FAIR T - - f , r L Biggst Yet - Nite-Time for your Convenience - Field Demonstration On This Date and at This Location TUESDAY, AUGUST 2O BILL EHRHARDT FARM - 5 miles west and 1 mile north of Algona Starts at 6 P-m. (for those who can't contf later) Lasts as lana as you stay, REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON GROUNDS In the Field; NewFarmalls * New Machines - New A-Line Trucks RAIN CHECK In the event of rain on the date of demonstration — ask your dealer for the New Date ik JSSKmP Try the Features everyone is talking about t l.H. Traction Control t Power Adj. Roar Wheels • Torque Amplifier v * Hydra-Touch * Power Steering * Independent P.T.O. Revolutionary IH Electrall providing power to light Hits Nite-Time Fair UTILITY "350" DIESEL TRACTOR with Balanced fower and Traction LET THE SEARCHLITE IN THE SKY REMIND YOU TO VISIT THESE 1-H DEALERS n M AIGONA IPLEMENT - Algona WHITTEMORE IMPLEMENT - Whittenore KOSSUTH CO. IMPLEMENT - Lone Rock YOUR FRIENDLY I-H DEALERS INVITE YOU CONSUMERS CONSUMEKSBBBCONtUMKftS SWINGS NAR/fTY • I PEAS 2 25 24 Can Case 2.8* HEALTHY PRUNES 59 C GAL. GRANULATED SUGAR 251 269 GERBERS BABY FOOD 6 J49 SUNK1ST CLUB Drip or Regular COff EE 69C • These Are The Best CENTER CUT Pork Chops Ib. GOV7 GRADED U. S. CHOICE \»WV I \7IVMUEW U. 9. V.HWIV.C j^ ^^^. ^_ BEEF ROAST Jb. 49$ GOVT GRADED U. S. CHOICE ROUND STEAK COLBY - full Creamed LONGHORN CHEESE Ib. 49$ GOOD VALUE 4 Ibs.^^^Bt . MARGARINE 98$ All Corn Fed BEEF All Grades QUARTERS This is not grass fed beef. It is all young com fed beef cut and wrapped at no extra charge MILK 4 49 SEEDLESS GRAPH I*. IAROE CILERY STALK 19C RED POTATOES LARGE 190 EACH • I RED DOT TWIN PACK Potato Chips '"" p° und 59 - SO GOOD WITH ICE CREAM - AND NOW ON SALE Coconut or Pecan W doz. 49 MO. 2 CANS Sturgeon Bay Cherries 3 cans 79 HUMPTY DUMPTY Pink Salmon 1 > can 49' •ULK - Bring Your Own Jug VINEGAR.. gal. tfc PACKED IN OIL SARDINES kans49c PILLSBURY FLOUR Bibs. 1.89 MEAL STRETCHERS EGG NOODLES Ib. 29c HUNT'S NO- m CAN APRICOTS ifor$l ALL KINDS CANNING AIDS & SPICES % FROZEN NORTH STATE RASPBERRIES 4 boxes $1 FIOWDA COLD ORANGE JUICf 6fer«9c MR. 0 FOTATOf* FRENCH FRIES lOc box OAMHN GATi GRAPE JUICE 6 for 89c We Give n^f Green Stamps With All Purchases SUPER MAHOT CONS u MERS SUM*

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