The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1965 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 12, 1965
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Burl Readies Opening Of School, Aug. 30 HURT - School will open at the Hurt Community School on Monday, Aug. 30 with an estimated enrollment of 297. This Is a small decrease over last year, due partly because of families leaving Hurt and a smaller enrollment in kindergarten. There are 86 enrolled in high school while 201 are enrolled in the grades. The faculty has been completed with the exception of a high school principal. One new additional instructor has been added to the faculty. He is Richard Strouse who will teach Jr. High Social Studies and Physical Education, He will also Coach Track and Jr. High Athletics. A contract has been offered to a Special Education instructor and will be accepted when her credentials are approved by the State Board of education. Members of the 19 6 5- 66 faculty at Hurt are: Mrs. Sybil Dangelser - Kindergarten. Mrs. Leonard Stenzel - 1st grade. Mrs. Alice Andersen - 2nd grade. Mrs. Fred Hilton - 3rd grade. Mrs. Myrtle Dutton - 4th grade. Mrs. R. Thompson - 5th grade. Mrs. Janice Troutman - 6th grade. Mrs. Marie Wilson - Art Instructor, Mrs. Erna Grover Elementary music - German, Mrs. Larry Coney - Instrumental music and H.S. vocal, Larry Coney - Industrial Arts - Phys. Ed. & Coach, Merlin Hagg H. S. Science, Harley Hansen H. S. Math, Thomas Herrick Commercial, Fred Hilton - Social Studies, Richard Hopkins English and Drama, Al Kloppen- Jr._High Math., Language Arts, Bookkeeping and Coach, Mrs. Janet Sowers - Home Economics - Jr. High Social Studies, Richard Strouse - Physical Ed. and Jr. High Social Studies and coach, Supt. .- Bruce Cranston. The curriculum has been enlarged. An exploratory course in typing for 8th graders will be offered - Also Typing I will be offered to Sophomores as well ' " ' '" ' A course in Government and Economics has also been added. Due to educational standards enacted by the General Assembly ol Iowa Education association freshmen will be offered 9th grade Social Studies in place of General Business. This will necessitate the re-enrollment of all 9th grade students. The date for re-enrolling will be announced. During vacation the custodians, Howard Batt and Paul Hasse have been painting, refinishing floors and giving the school a thorough cleaning. There has been major repair or building during vacation. A new series of textbooks have been purchased. The first vacation for the students will be on Labor Day, Sept. 6. Christmas vacation begins on Dec. 22, and continues to Jan. 3. Easter vacation will be enjoyed April 8-11. Bus drivers are same as previous year and the school lunch personnel includes Mesdames Viola McDonald, Walter Steward and Walter Mescher with Mrs. Charles Schrader as alternate. Pupils beginning the new school year at Burt on Aug. 30 will be greeted by Supt. Bruce Cranston, who is beginning his first year at Burt. Supt. Cranston replaces Richard Burmeister, who resigned late in the year to accept a position at the Bridge water- Fontanelle School District. Mr. Cranston comes to Burt from the Sioux Rapids School District where he was Superintendent for two years. He graduated from the Odebolt, Iowa high school and received his B.A. degree from Buena Vista, Storm Lake, His education was furthered and he earned hisM.A. degree from Drake University. He and his wife, Betty, are the parents of seven children, Claudene, who will be a senior, Bradley, will be a freshmen, Mark, in 8th grade, Rebecca (Becky) 7th grade, Cindy, 5th grade, Michael, 2nd grade, and Jay 3 years old. The Cranstons will make their home in the Milo Johnson farm home near Burt. - o Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and Scott spent Saturday evening with her mother, Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Fenton. ' > Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were weekend guests at the Owen Hopkins home, Fredricksburg. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. Elva Boettcher entertained members of the "A & B" club at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home on Monday. Mrs. Charlotte Habegar entertained members of "The Jolly Ten" at dinner at the Estherville Smorgasbord on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Deterding, Readlyn, Iowa, spent the weekend camping at Iowa Lake. Little Todd stayed with the Al Hinck- leys. TOMATOES A giant tomato plant at the home of the Norman Wrights, Marion, has yielded as many as four dozen tomatoes at one time. It stand nearly six feet tall. Thursday, August 12, 1965 Algeria (la.) Upper Dei MolnM-3 Pamela Keil, Lakota, Is Bride Of Larry De Boer introduced the new Home & Economist, Lois Busch. Hostesses were Cindy Lane, Sandra and Diane Elbert and their mothers. The Evangelical and Reformed Church at Ledyard provided the setting for the July 24 wedding of Pamela Ann Keil and Larry Michael DeBoer. The double ring ceremony was performed at 7:30 p.m. by the Rev. Victor Vriesen. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Keil of Lakota are the parents of the bride. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. DeBoer of Ledyard. Janis Goetz attended the bride as maid of honor, Mrs. Bruce Keil was bridesmatron and the bridesmaids were Gretchen DeBoer and Jane McMillin. Angela Dvorak was junior bridesmaid. Attending the groom were Gary Duneman, best man; Charles DeBoer, Brent Keil and Jon DeBoer, groomsmen; Scott Keil, junior groomsman. Two hundred guests attended the reception in the church Fellowship hall. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Iowa State University at Ames where she was a member of the Kappa Delta sorority and he was a member of Beta Sigma Psi fraternity. The bride will teach art this fall at the Welch Junior High School in Ames and the groom will be employed as a management "Nothing special- I just wanted to hear your voice" There's a particular delight about a spur-of- the-moment Long Distance call. It's the relaxed, friendly way to keep acquaintances fresh,' make family ties stronger. And new reduced rates are easy on the budget. Lowest rates are in effect every night after 8 p.m. and all day Sunday. Enjoy a telephone visit-it's the next best thing to being there! Northwestern Bell Dialing a distant number is so easy, saves so much time. Just dial "1" to connect you with the Long Distance network. Next, dial the area code (if different from , \our own). Then, dial the telephone number. It's the fast, personal way to keep in touch. o/fteer trainee at Montgomery Ward in Ames, where the couple will make their home. Lotts Creek 4-H Selects Entries The annual achievement show of the Lotts Creek Lassies was held at St. Michael's Hall, August 2, and 176 entries were exhibited by 33 members and 81 articles were selected to go to the fair. The regular meeting was called to order at 3:00 by Arlene Anliker with 33 members and 30 guests present. County demonstrations were given by Francine O'Brien and Sandra Elbert on "How to Personalize Your Wastebasket" and Linda Dogotch and Pam Kirsch on "Teeners Haven." Sandra and Diane Elbert gave a demonstration on "Howto Pot a Plant". Colette Capesius gave the health talk. Pledges were led by Kay Steier and Sharon Metzger. Happy Birthday was sung to Diane Elbert, Loraine Arend, Marlys Wagner, and Joanh Elbert. Gifts were presented to the judges who were Mrs. Looft, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. Benschoter, and Mrs. Thomson. The president NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Corwlth-Wesley Community School District, In the Counties of Hancock, Kossuth and Wrlpht, State of Iowa, that a special school election has been called and ordered to be held in and for said School District on the 18th of August, 1965, whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said School District, to be by them voted upon, the following propositions, to-wit: Shall the Corwith-Wesley Community School District, in the Counties of Hancock, Kossuth and Wright, State of Iowa, issue bonds in the amount of Two Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($210,000) for the purpose of carrying out a school building program consisting of building and furnishing additions to existing school buildings in and for said School District? Shall the Corwith-Wesley Community School District, In the Counties of Hancock, Kossuth and Wright, State of Iowa, use the sum of $45,000 now In the srhonlhousp fund for the purpose of paying the cost, to that amount, of bull ding and furnishing an addition to the existing school building located In HIP Town of Wesley In and for saldSchool District? The polls for said election will be open from twplvp o'clock Noon until seven o'clock P.M. Central Daylight Savings Time, of said day. For said election said Community School District has hee.n divided into two election precincts as follows: Precinct No. 1 - All that portion of said School District contained within what are known and have been officially designated as Director District No. 2 and Director District No. i> and more particularly described as all that portionof said School District lyins within Wesley Township and Sections 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, the east half of Section -1, the east half of Section 9, the north half of Section 13, the north half of Section 14 and the northeast quarter of Section 15 of Prairie Township, In Kossuth County, Iowa, and within Orthel Township and Section 6, the west half of the west half of Section 5 and the northeast quarter of Section 7 of Boone Township, in Hancock County, Iowa, Including the Town of Wesley and all other incorporated cities and towns lying therein. The poll- Ing place for said election Precinct No. 1 will be at the Town Hall in the Town of Wes- ley, Iowa. Precinct No. 2 - All of the remaining area within the boundaries of said School District, including all that portion of said School District contained within what are known and have been officially designated as Director District No. 1, Director District No. 3 and Director District No. 4 and more particularly described as all that portion of said School District lying within Magor Township ami Boone Township (except that portion of said Boone Township lying within Section 0, the west half of the west half of Section 5 and the northeast quarter of Section 7 thereof), In Hancock County, Iowa, within LuVerne Township and Prairie Township (except that portion of said Prairie Township lying within Sections 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, the east half of Sec.tlon 4, the east half of Section 9, the north half of Section 13, the north half of Section 14 and the northeast quarter of Section 15 thereof), In Kossuth County, Iowa, and within Boone Township, in Wright County, Iowa and including the Town of Cor- wlth and all other Incorporated cities and towns lying therein. The polling place for said election Precinct No. 2 will be'at the Public Library In the Town of Corwlth, Iowa. This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of said School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapters 277 and 296, Code of Iowa, 1962, as amended, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 296, and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 17th day of July, 1965. Richard P. Madson /s/ Secretary, Board of Directors (54-56-58-60) Algeria's Newest Photography Studio Located in Former Isaacson .Studio Building Burton P. PounoUtona 1 24 K Moor* Ph. 293-701 J NEIGHBORS GOOD AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Harold Sabin Of Algona This week's Country Neighbor is Harold M. Sabin, 45, who has lived on the same Kossuth county farm all his life - with the exception of four years during World War n when he was in the army, serving 36 months in the South Pacific. The farm, a 212 acre layout, is located In Cresco township. Last growing season, Harold had corn, oats and 60 acres of pasture and hay ground. He raises dairy cattle and hogs, and rates working with corn and hogs his favorite jobs on the farm. Harold, son of Mrs. Hazel Sabin and the late Harry Sabin, is. a trustee in Cresco town- sMp;'"a member of the Presbyterian church here, the VFW and Farm Bureau. He was born Dec. 26, 1919 at Algona and married Leona Bensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bensen, Ringsted, Aug. 23, 1949 after they met at the office of Dr. Jolley in Fenton where she was employed. Leona is active in circle work of the Presbyterian church and is a member of the VFW Auxiliary, Cresco Mother and Daughter's club, Riverdale- Cresco Friendly club and teaches fifth grade in Sunday School. She considers art work'and try-, ing new recipes as her favorite hobbies. The Sabins have two children, David and Peggy Ann, 10. Harold has two brothers, Ronald, who also farms here, and Dwight, a Des Molnes decorator, and a sister, LaVonne (Mrs. George McVay), Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sabin enjoy having friends in for a visit, coffee, dancing, music or a friendly game of 500. (UDM Polaroid Photo - Engraving) Upp«r Dt>§ Moln«s Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S BEST - WITH QUALIT AND ECONOMY Buscher Brothers Impl. Mlnn.opolli Moltn. - KdlyRycm - P«p«< Now Idea Farm Machinery • • rriMUUr JUtrar* N. Mate Bt Phone 2H4U1 Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Stool Bulldlngt Building Construction r»r tlM, •lr«nf Ih. UM 111* Mid t«M Ol hull* ing, IniUt OB — IIOUX — Anothtr tdvumiMU la tul«f laimlBf. E. E. RebtBMB Eat* en Hwy. II Phone TO-M74 Pictured above is the P. B. Irons Heating and Plumbing establishment located at 812 East McGregor Street to Aljona. The business has been In Algona since 1940. A larger build ng ww needed to acilltate Se expanding business back In 1948 and this is the building to the east of the original building. Iron* features the leading brands of plumbing fixtures, furnaces and air conditioning •9«; l P» e »*- In additionikI the heating and plumbing work the business does a complete line of sheet metal work, which it all done in their location. For reliable, efficient and friendly service In your plumbing & heating needs, be they large or small, call P. R. Irons Heating and Plumbing. They are "Completely equipped to serve you completely. Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires MtiMy-Hirrlt Allli-Chtlmtrt OUv*r CMC Trucks FUtilon* Tlr*l Phone 299.2421 A100DI Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY ft SERVICE Located east of Algona oa highway 18. Phone 203-;J3<>1 Algona Implement Co, Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service nnmMtMM Plume 2'J5-3591 ALGONA Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - H«illn| |bf*l Mtlal CM or Oil Unit* Pump» W»:»r Syiltmt Compltli FUlvm I'hour SO

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