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Russell UnionTribune (Newspaper) - July 19, 1962, Russell, Iowa A to met 11t.wkra 3 b Hookridge tour Home town newspaper Quot published weekly by the Union publishing co. Nfn red As second class matter in the Post office Ai Russell Iowa feb. 1925 volume 38 thursday j ugly 10, 1962 number 28 Russell Community school by supt. Neighbours a great Deal of repair and alterations Are being made on the school building during the summer. Tihe North and West sides of the by iding Are having extensive work done on them. The bricks Are being pointed up and Many of them Are being repaid. This was necessary in order in order to keep the moisture out of the classrooms. New Shower rooms Are being a built for both the boys and the girls. The former Shower rooms were inadequate for the number of students enrolled in the school. The Home economics department is being completely remedied. Three separate Kitchen units Are being built and there will be a separate cooking area and sewing area. A Washer and dryer will be installed in the Utility room of the Home economics department. The three Kitchen units will each contain a stove sink and Cabinet space. A teachers office is being built in a room that was formerly used As a storage closet. The teachers office will contain a duplicating machine desk table and bookshelves with professional books for the teachers use. Counselling a can be done in this room and teachers can work there during their free periods. Also sick students can rest there until their parents can come for them. Several new Book shelves Are being installed in the Assembly Hall. The present Book shelves Are almost filled and Tihe state department of Public instruction says that we must increase the number of books in our school Library. Most of the hallways Are to be local achievement show redecorated and Many of the the Russell rosettes 4h club classrooms Are to be redecorated will hold their local achievement an audio visual room is being show at the Home of Karen Werts equipped on the main floor. It on july 23rd at 1 00 the will be furnished with a television Public is invited. Set so that the students will be a a Able to see some of a he educational worn 0ut and those that Are out Jav programs that Are being Tele rated. Exploratory courses in cast for the Benefit of schools. It typing homemaking and Indus will also have a moving picture trial Quot arts will tie taught on the projector record players tape re juni0r level this year. Corders and slide projectors. _ German is to be taught m the High school this year for the first time. Physics and chemistry will both be taught this year. We expect to have two High school coaches this year. One will obituary Frederick Hildenbrand Frederick Charles Hildenbrand 72, of Russell passed away june 21, 1962, at University hospitals Iowa City. He had been in failing health for several years. Or. Hildenbrand Fred As he was known to All was born at Acton Ontario Canada the son of the late Conrad and Hannah Hildenbrand. On feb. 13, 1961, he was married to Clara Gardner of Russell who survives. Fred was a member of the lutheran Church of Acton later transferring to the presbyterian Church at Russell. Surviving besides his wife Clara Are two daughters mrs Norman a Doris Wilhite and Mars George Jean Noble both of Chariton. Also surviving Are a brother George Hildenbrand of Lindsay Ontario Canada three Sisters mrs Albert Tracey of Waterloo mrs Cecil Brown of Islington and mrs Charles Knipfel of Petersburg Ontario Canda and three grandchildren Brian Noble Nick and Cindy Wilhite and a Host of nieces and nephews. Fred was a great Lover of All growing things. When in Good health he took great Pride in his Large Garden and Beautiful Flowers. He was a Loving husband and father and greatly enjoyed his grandchildren. Fred will be missed by All who knew him for his Friendly and Jovial ways. Funeral services were held at the Smiley Chapel june 25 at 2 pm. The Rev. John Orange officiated assisted by the concert saturday july 21, 1962 at 8 00 . March. United nations. King overture. Eroica. Shorn Cha March. Under the double Eagle Wagner alleluia from a Motet. Mozart Tina gel overture. Skeat March. The thunderer. Sous Cranberry Comers . Kle Quot Marc the billboardk1 the Russell Community music boosters will sponsor an Cream social in the Park during the concert. The pub Quot invited to attend. Budget estimate and record of filing town estimate notice the town Council of Russell of Lucas county. A will meet August 6, 1962 at 8 p. Im., at the town Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning january 1, 196?. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements to. Ast and anticipated will be available at the hearing. Mona Coop town Dork expenditures for year funds general Street Public safety a sanitation municipal enter Vester Chance with interment in recreation the Russell cemetery. Wjt utilities debt service $ �11 $ 3,143 $1,239 $ 7,214 $ 523 $ 2335 $2,159 $ 382 $ 572 $ 280 $ 260 $ 991 $ 907 $ 714 $ 2,700 $ 3,222$ 3,350 $ 900$ 2,450 $ 5,955$ 7,650$1,000$4,200$ 2,450 $ 1,393$ 1,050.$ 1,050 $. 27$ 3,400$2,000 $ 1,400 $ 1,2143$ 1,050 $ 1,050 $ 342$ 350 $ 350 $ 1,039$ 950$ 250 $ 700 $ 2,635$ 2,550$ 100 $ 2,450 totals. $6,817 $17,513 a 5856$20,350$3350$5,100$lil,900 taxable valuation 1961$347,894.00 taxable valuation agricultural lands 1961$2 2,784.00 moneys and credits 1961$78,932.00 some new typewriters Are being bought for the commercial department to replace some that Tare very old. One old machine is being replaced by a new electric sewing machine in the Home economics department. In the music department a new Wurlitzer piano has been acquired to replace worn out articles and basketball some additional equipment is being purchased in order to improve the instructional facilities. The sixth seventh and eighth grades Are being Departmentalized and some new equipment i9 being or and mrs ted downard of Des Moines Are parents of a son born july 13. They have two other children. Mrs. Norman Poison m. G. Ellis Eileen Wright Marie Woodman Martha Allen Regina Roach. Isabel Wright Herbert Debok or and mrs Dale Parrish 7-21 Russell Community music boosters ice Cream social City Park 7 31, 8-1&2 Russell girl scout Camhout a. 8-7 garden1&Quot club Margaret Dillman 8-27 Russell school begins 9-3 rangers 4-h, Richard Pierce 9-15 Russell Homecoming it with our servicemen Charles Pierce is new stationed at Darmstadt Germany. Hig address is a pvt. Charles Pierce . 5572810 Btry. A 3d How. 18th arty Apo 175 new York new Yorku to Cedar cinderellas we met. On july 8, 1962 at the Home of Sandee Brown. There were 11 members 3 leaders and 3 visitors present. Our Roll Cair was Quot what i do with my we had both new and old bus iness. Sandee Brown had a demonstration Quot seams Quot. A team demonstration was Given by Nancy Chase and Bobbie to. Johnson a Martha cd Othier gave us it a very interesting talk7-about her trip to Chicago. We want to thank her veiny much. Reporter Bobbie to Johnson it a Little Rex Edwards was a surgical patient it Des Moines Friday. Mrs Ollie Kendall is improving at the Lucas county memorial Hospital. Mir and mrs Harold Palmer and Mir and Imirse Jerry Byers and children were callers Friday evening in the Lyle Hardy Home. Or and mrs Dean Chester and two daughters were saturday afternoon callers in the Lyle Hardy Home. On saturday or and mrs. Don the Des Moines River. Or and mrs Marion Allen and family returned sunday after a weeks vacation to Chicago new York Washington dc., the Blu Ridge mountains and Mammoth Carl and soil Jimmy of storm of Cave. Storm Lake or and mrs Jerry or and mrs Bill Jeffries Melo Beeman and daughter Jana and Are coach football boys basketball the proud parents of a son born and track. The other one will july 16 at the memorial Hospital coach girls softball and girls at Chariton or and Mirs Harley Sims and or and mrs Thayne Wells Roger Carl and Karen were monday supper guests in the Hobart Sims Home at Ottumwa. V mrs Myrle Chester accompanied by mrs Willard Findley of Lovilia left Friday morning for a months vacation in California. A Douglas Dickinson left Chariton a with explorer at present it looks As if All a teachers have been hired with the exception of a science teachers for the High school sciences. Lit looks As if we will have a purchased to improve the science really Good year we thank the instruction in the Junior High Board of education and the people level several new textbooks of the District for their help in Are Beine purchased for All Grade providing All of the improvements a sunday morning it Quot a. J.v-4.____�?z, of it arc it pm a Post 149 for a a it and. Nancy entertained the 108.09l a a a. T87 48� a Luck supper 539.04sunday evening Quot 1 or and mrs Warren Mason of amp Arsh a and Philip of Indianola ind., or and mrs Allen Dixon or and mrs Paul a Smith Greg and Dixie mrs Etha Morlan of Confidence Mir and mrs Max Warrick of Des Moines or and mrs Vernon Jeffries Joe and Carol or and mrs Jim Jeffries Barbara Debbie and Mike or and mrs Clifford Mason of Chariton. Mir and mrs Thayne Wells her Little Friend Carol of Marshall town and or and mrs l. C. Ehlert were overnight guests in the Lyle Hardy Home. Or and mrs Richard Risbeck and three sons and mrs Richard Lewis of Des Moines joined them on sunday. Or and mrs Lloyd Cottingham of Derby and or and mrs Arthur Gookin returned wednesday after noon from a vacation of three weeks in the North West. Points of interest were Lake Louise Columbia ice Fields in Buff National Park Alberta Canada Seattle worlds fair and grand Roger Carl and Karen of Denver Coulee Washington. The Colorado arrived sunday for a last week Row Quot it visiting rela weeks visit in the Home of her Tives in Worland Wyoming and to replace books that Are in our educational system. Post 149 for a week raft trip on parents m r and mrs Harley Sims. Denver Andry Grid ont Quot Colorado

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