The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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T May 17, 1960 3 Igona tipper MH& . ^ ^. M jflotnes; May 17, 1960 SO Willinm G. Alexander was recently presented a 50-year Mas- onic certificate by the Ml. Vernon Lodge, AF and AM. Mr Alexander became a Mason when he was 23 years old. CAREER Claire Rouse of Now Hampton will retire when the current school term closes, after 39 years in the profession. She has taught, the past 34 years Hampton schools. in the New The American Heel Cross has a total membership of 44,700.000 -•- 2-t.200.000 adults and 20.500,000 .Junior Red Cross members. to the ST.JOHN'S High School graduating seniors Local Poetry Winners The annual C. D. of A. Poelry Contest was held recently at St. Cecelia's grade school here. Winners in the two divisions are shown in the above photo. First division winners, shown in the front row. are left to right, Akin Higley, $2, Frances Goecke, •1)3, and Margaret Glaser, $1. In back, left to right, .second division winners are Marilyn Stoffel, S3, Alice Cink, $2, und Judy Bickerl, SI. Awards were based on results of judging poetry written for the contest by students at the school. (UDM Flashfolo-Engraving). MURRAY OIL CO GASOLINE — FUEL OIL — TIRES Phen* 5313 Bancroft MURRAY GRAIN CO ALWAYS A BACKER OF ST. JOHN'S ACTIVITIES BANCROFT HATS OFF TO THE SENIORS Farmers & Traders Savings Bank of Bancroft WELP'S DRUG STORE "COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE" Bancroft Rexall Store Bancroft Winners of a recent religion contest, conducted in both first grade rooms at St. Cecelia's here by Msgr. P. P. Gearen and Fr. Robert Thiele, are shown in the above photo. Left to right, front row, are Annette Gilbride, first, Edna Frideres, second, and Daniel McGuire, third, in Sister Mary Ellen's room, and in back, left to right, Diane Winter, first, .Ronald"Thill, second, and Julie Molacek, third, in Mrs Lcmkce's room. Each student is holding the prize won in th'e contest (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving). Best wishes to the LuVerne high school graduates IF IT'S NEWS. WE WANT IT . • «| Louise Skow Wins REA Trip Wl ARE MOST HAPPY TO AGAIN SPONSOR T HI GRADUATING SINIOR PIC- TURIS OF TH1 LU VIRNI HIGH SCHOOL , . . FARMERS STATE BANK of LuVERNE PHOTOS BY WOLTZ STUDIOS DES MOINES Louise Skow, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow of Wesley, and Mike Stoddard, son of Mi 1 and Mrs Harold Stoddard of day trip to Washington, D, C. They were entries in an essay contest sponsored by the Hum- boldl County Rural Electric The above winners will go with a group of approximately 60 other high school Juniors. The trip will last about ten days. They 'will have breakfdst ,.„,„. ...^ „„, ..„,„ _ Hardy, are winners of a free ten with Iowa Congressmen, POWER to STAND This year/go for the really big yield,., plant DEKALB HYBRIDS. See for yourself the difference DEKALB "YIELD POWER" can roal» in y*** •em field and yowr pocket bogt Eugene Hood, Algona, Iowa Alphoni B«rt«, ioaV*, k>w« Frank Dro.ttler, lanwoft, Iowa Earl Elb«rf, Whmtmoro, Homtr Matthi«»«n, Fcnten, towa \'\

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