The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 42
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 42

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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gona. M6ltt§s Pub. C6.j Al ,'SJgg US ABOUT THE Farmhand RAKE: ctnc/ WbAfl 5f CT/ON Bradley Bros. ALOONA •fear mtia net Carol Zumach , « , Shower Honoree AtWhittemore Whltfemore — A miscellaneous showdr was held Sunday afternoon in St. _4?aul's Lutheran church in honor of Carol Zumach of Des Moines. The afternoon was spent at various games. Following the entertainment and unwrapping of gifts, lunch was served. The bride-to-be received many gifts. Miss Zumach, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach of here, Will be -married Sunday, Jdtte 8, to MlRfc Grihihi of Des Monies. . GARDEN SUPPLIES \ .'-.-• ' • " ' * ' BULK SEEDS - TOOLS ' -.« '^ECTICIDES- LAWN HOSE UWN AND GARDEN FENCE HOSES -RAKES - SPADES -SHOVELS ' ^ LAWN MOWERS-.TOOLS '•-' /'• ..,. . '"•;• • \ • • •' Everytfifng For The Gardner 2 Homes Sdld — - -—'Ray Belts bought a home froth Francis Muilin in High Lawn Addition and will take possession in June. Gary Cafberry bought the Earl-Weaver home eas"t of the farmers Creamery. The Wed- vers moved to Humboldt where Mr Weaver is employed as a Welder. Will Coach Jfimcs H. McDonnell, son oi Mr nhd Mrs Thomas McDonnell, a candidate for graduation at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, in June, has accepted a girls and boys basketball coaching and social studies and science teaching position at Greenville-Rossie Consolidated school for the 196061 school year. : ' >'. Special Service ' . , The second special anniversary service will be held May 22 at 10 a.m. The speaker at the service will be Rev. John Zimmermann of Eldora, a son of Mrs Frieda Zimmermann of Whittemore. Following the .services a potluck dinner will 'be Served in the church parlors, followed by the" school and Sunday School picnic. CULLEN HARDWARE "Heavy and Shelf Hardware" beannd Lau Is MissAlgonaA Band Festival Your Mohfey 'Travels' Safe d If 'you »re Planning. t° 'go w be of service to you. Come in any time, giCURITY STATE lANK «tHt FHfeiidly Iflhk" , mm , .Jnsilsiwe Corp. can home oi kh felrl ^aulidri. tlon of officers will be held. Mrs feurdette Hoeppner and Mrs Hajrlah Kriise werb' hostesses Wednesday noon at o luncheon honoring Mrs Carl,Gerzema and her daughter, Mfs Eel Levitt arid children of Eugene 1 , 0r,e. Guests were Mrs Arlowe Blome and children of Bancroft,.Mrs Bruce Monson of Spirit Lake, Mrs Robert Hamilton, Mrs W. D. Ley, Mrs Robert Beemer ( ' Mrs, Henry Steenhard, and Ann, Mfs John Cook, Mrs J. E. Ukena, Mrs C A. Gutkenecht, Misses Emma and Lena Gutkenecht and Mr; Jennie Gutknecht. The afternoon was spenf in visiting and rehi- iniscing school days. Mothers of the first grade students were guests Monday for a Mother's Day program. The wel- crime was given by Tim Ley. T. J. Hahken, Judy Suhde, Perry Stenzel, Leslie Rieffer and Kalhy Thompson gave recitations. Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Greta Sleeker honoring her on a birlhday were Mr and Mrs Alvin Sleeker and family of Woden, the,,Bruno Sleeker family of Thompson and the Martin Sleeker family Alflona (la.) Upper Dfti WELL HOW Dl I KNOW WE WENT TO THE BANK AND CONVERTED HIS CASH INTO TRAVELERS CHECKS! CARRY TRAVELERS CHECKS IS MY MOTTO IT'S BETTER TO BE SAFE HAN SORRY m I'M SO ^S WAVE A NICE VACATION gz PROUD • • ' ^^ ^ ~^ i — T x r . .. c L?P YOU^ST^-- '^L^~,f ~^_ »<i**..^Il^^.^-^-Tj--r** Sfrm -JL."-* _^~>' A BANK EASY TO 1SA.D.TJ DO BUSINESS WITH Mother Passes Mrs Leonard Elbert was called o Harrisburg, Pa. the forepart of ast week due to the illness of her mother, Mrs W. D. Waddell, who passed away Friday. VIr Elbert and his two oldest sons jewis and Glenn .left for Pennsy- vania to attend the funeral Tuesday. Hospitalized . . Mrs Aurelia Leininger enlered St. Ann hospital in Algona Tuesday as a medical patient and was released' Thursday. Mary Carol Gengler, daughter of Mr .and Mrs Robert Gengler, had her appendix removed in St. Ann hospilal Saturday. Shirley Fischer is a medica patient in Palo'Alto : Memdrial hospital at Emmetsburg. Mrs Ilene Fandel is a'patien in Palo Alto Memorial hospita where she is undergoing treat ment for .pneumonia.. - DAnn Rae Wehrspan, infant daughter, of Mr artd Mrs Dennis Wehrspan, was baptized Sunday in St. Paul's Lutheran church.; Her sponsors were Marilyn Harr and Dean Wehrspan. Ernie Meyer; Delbert Wichtendahl, Jerry, Zatlauka.1,4, Archie Voigt and Elmer F.'Bell left?S&t-' urday for northern Minnesota to fry Iheir "luck at some of the large ones lhal gdl away last time they were there. The Rosary Society of St. Michael's Catholic church mel Wednesday evening. After the meeting 500 was played with William Fandel winning high; Mrs Roberl Walker, low; and Mildred Wollner won plate, prize. Arlo Lehmann, Pierce, Neb., a thrfee-year studenl at Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Nc'\ has informed St. Paul's congre- galion that he has accepted the assignment to leach here in St. Paul's Lutheran school. MISS ALGPNA — Deanna Lau, above,/Algbna high school senior, will m Miss;Algona as a candidate for Miss North lowa'rfft' the B'ahd Festival, June 14r.ift Masonry- Sne is a daughter' ot Mr and Mrs LeRoy Lau df- Algona, active in marching btliia, Concert pand, -cnoiuS, ana ocner activities*. • , - -, "' final week of school are commencement, Tuesday, May 17; Wednesday, May 18, is to be Award and Achievement Night with open house, in the grade rooms and Saturday, May 2lj- the 1 last day of school, school picnics are to be held., ' > ,Karen Gardner is valedictorian; Donovan Cook is salutafomn and representalive boy; Yvonne Tjaden, representative girl; and Daryl dhnst, .\DanfOrth Foundation Award winner. \, Dr. W. K. Breggs, Dean of the, University of Nebraska's Teachers College, will deliver the commencement address. Rev. Harlan Kruse of ,the 'Presbyter; ian chur,ch will give the baccala-' ureate sermon. At Track Meet , ' Two boys from Lakota went to the conference track meet at Burl Tuesday and.scored 10 points for Lakota. Philip Schroeder placed second in the discus and seconc in the pole vault. Gary Sheldahl olaced th'ird in the mile run. ENROLL NOW YOUNG SCHOOL OF BEAUTY 31fl W. 4lh--'Waterlbo * New Claises nbw foirnlntf * Stale ApptoVed Ac«edil6d * fewest and Finest Equipment * Mt» D. A. Young, Director of Teaching Staff (High School Seniors — Enroll Now for June Classes) ' «M«AniV«WWVWWWMW«^^ BURT high school Commencement At Lakota Is Slated Tonight Lakota — There will be 32 graduates from the Lakota. high school this year, 10 girls and 22 boys. They are; . Saundra Apka, August Bauman, Roger Berhow, .Carolyn Blome, Roger Brack, Paryl Christ, Donovan Cook,- Mark Eichoni, Woodrow Ellsworth, Karon Gardner, Eldon Haas, Lauren Hcidcckcr,' Sheryl Hertzke, Thomas Julius, Marlene Lappe, Richard Lewis, David Ley, Gary Loos, Jerry Lunn, Arthur Meyer, Donald Olson. Duane Peterson, Karen Price, Judy Richardson, Joseph Schissel, Philip Schroeder, Gary Shelr dahl, Linda Spear, Kieth Sunde, Janice Thompson, Yvonne Tjaden and Marvin Wibben. Dates for activities for the We have SIMAZINE find ATRAZINE PRE-EMEROENCI «^^. HERBICIDES ~~~for Weed Control in Cdfn Attend Veishoa The following Lakota high students attended Veishea* a Ames Friday: John Cordes, Juan 'ita Cordes, Kent Gerzema, Larfji Becker, Marilyn Rippentrop, Pau Geilenfeldt, Robert Hamilton Dean Christ, Don and Carman Cook. Adults attending wen Supt. and Mrs John Cook; Cle< Weldin and Mrs John Rippen trop. '. . ! Den 2 met with their assistant Den Mother, Mrs Raymond Kro- mineja, Monday afternoon for a cook out. They cooked .Mulligan siew and experimented with frying eggs. Boys, attending were William Melz, Terry Krominga, Jeffery .Neurnan, Daniel Haas. Jimmy Thompson and Douglas Karels. . The Ledyard Township Homemakers will meet May 20, at the :Srio rS XSyTuX^y Abras^e^is Wolf, Thomas Kissner, Cherland. McKim, Jeanetta Woltz, JoAnn Johnson, Barbara Wiener •*'// ^^^^^^KB'^^^BB.. wwss^.\.. i—.. . i—---- •»***• —»—~ ,-. Left to HgnT-Garry Davis, Eugene Bahling, Donna Long, Linda Leason, Mary Left to'right; Judy Vplentine, John Dittmer, Bpyd Shipler, Jay Davis, William MeUter Left to"right: Dennis"johnson, Ruth Harms, Linda Steniel, Judy Marlow. Co, 44761 8 tropical islej Ttopicana by LADYBUXTON ild jpngle flp^f»6 — with leave? of gold or silver ~r bloom on this lush new set of mstcHed leathej accessories, Frach Pwrse, $5.00 C?iga?ette Case j«i Alien* & BURT CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR ^^^^i^^^^^MHHPHMHHMMHHH^^<* ' L - " Cliff Holding TRUCKING . General Hauling B UI ^' 1? _ RCA Radip & TV IMrt ••••••PI. 1.1 —" Burt Savings Bank FARM LOANS — INSURANCE Phone 15 Burt Burt Produce — POULTRY — FEED "» Burt Hardware Hogsewares — Paints — Window Glass Lichter Bros. VETERINARIANS .one 15Q Byrl

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