The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 2
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**i «-Alg«na (la.) ifpp» r Oil Moiftto Tuesday, May 24, i960 HectOfiicers Of St. Benedict C.D.ofA.Unit At. their regular meeting on Thurstlny evening.'May 19. the St. Benedict Catholic Daughters elected officers for the coming year. Miss Elizabeth Priest was fc- . elected Grand Regent; Vice Regent, Mrs Camilla Borm.in- Prophetess/Mrs Regina Froolich; Lecturer, Mrs Marie Recker—-reelected. Financial secretary. Mrs Mar- tha Orfandgenelt —- reflected, treasurer, Mrs Vei'na Pfeffcr — reelected; Historian, Mrs Leona Downs; Monitor, Mrs Louise Davis; Sentinel, Mrs Betty Harig; organist, Mrs Stella—ElSchen — reelected; trustees. Mrs Catherine Borman and Mrs Mary Cink. After the meeting a social hour was enjoyed and lunch was served. Plate prize was won by Mrs Marie Thill, .-anniversary prize by Mrs Agnes Rosenmeyer and door prize went to Mrs Martha Grandgenelt. Mrs Catherine Seiler was present to win the attendance prixc. St. Benedict Catholic Daughters also held their annual Mother and Daughter banquet on Tuesday evening, May 10 in the school. Approximately 100 plates were served. Guests included the Grand Regents and Vice Re- GRAHAM'S SPORTSWEAR SALUTE TO SUMMER ! JAMAICA'S buy several pair for cool summer wear! 2. Smart deep-tone plaids and solid colors in durable pin- cord cotton . . . they wash (ike a dream! All colors. * Sizes 10 to 18. NOW ON SALE AT Grahams feents from the Algona and Wesley courts, Father O'Toole of Cofwith, Monsignor Gearen of Algona, Father Buckholz of Wesley, Father Cohway of St. Benedict. Father Reis of St. Benedict was toastmaster and Father. Daley of Whittemore gave the' address. Mr.s Marion McCarthy gave the tribute to Daughters and Miss Eileen McCarthy gave the tribute to Mothers. The Kossuth County Barbershoppers furnished entertainment. Prizes awarded to Mrs John Bierl, the oldest grandmother, Mrs Louisa Prueschl, the young- ist grandmother and Mr.s Mary Rosenmeyer, the mother of the most daughters. Ottosen Grads Award Winners At Twin Rivers Ottosen — At the Twin Rivers class night Tuesday evening the following received special awards: Don Waechter, Daryl Holland and Douglas Daniel. Merit of Scholarship from Iowa University, Iowa City; Patty Berge, $200 scholarship to Waldorf College: Douglas Daniel™, .Kclley Lumber Co. scholarship for $100, also the Joe Lillard Cockrill Memorial scholarship for $50 to be used at Iowa University. Sandra Madsen, $50 grant from Wartburg college at Waverly; Don Waechter, accepted as one of the 150 hpnor freshman students entering Iowa University in, the fall; Daryl Holland. -Citizenship award presented by the Iowa Bar Association. Larry Joiner, John Philip Sousa 4»ward;- Diane . Struthers Betty Crocker Future Homemaking award. The top 10% of the graduating senior class, based upon total scholarship for four years of high school was recognized. These students are as follows: Patty Berge, Larry Halsrud. .Daryl Rolland, Dem Waechter and Phyllis Zeman. Mr and Mrs Leo Engebriston of Cedar Rapids are the parents of a daughter, Lori Marie, born May 12. They also have another daughter and a son. Mrs Dorothy Engebritson is the paternal .grandmother. ;.- A 'double; Deception was held -at the:Melvin Bratlarid. home for two Twin Rivers high school graduates Thursday evening. Arlene Bratland and Roger Wehrs- pann were the two honored. Attending were Roger's parents, Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann, Mr .and Mrs Ray Kading and family of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hinz and family, Walter Hinz of SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY 2 BIG FEATURES OPEN AT 7 P.M. •V <• : SUSAN MYHMD' I WANT IO LIVB The M but new IXV 1 IU',J '' 'J ^-^TWLOR £ AT ON A HOT TIN ROOF . PAULNEWMAN BWUV" JUWTH; JACK V** 2 Color Cartoon; - Adults 75c - Kiddles LuVernc, Mr and Mrs Ol^f Halsrud and Gordon, Mr and Mrs Arlis Kinseth of Bode, Mr and Mrs Leo Toftebei'jjj and family, Mrs Lillian Wehrspann and Mrs Magnus Bratland. Honor Many AtSentral's Award Night Fenton — Annual award night and 8th grade graduation war held Monday night last week at Sentral Community School. Presenting the girls basketball awards was Larry • Paulson Basketball girls receiving award.l were Judy Juhl, Darlene Johnson, Sharon Collins, Marge Johnson, Jeanette Hanna, Carol Hanisch, and Mary England. Bcv Wehrspan, Sandra Schadendorf Rebecca Householder, Carol Johannescn. Cheerleaders receiving awardr were Vergene Norland, Kathryn Alt, Susan Montgomery. Sandra Elffcson, and Lois Finnestad Barbara Halverson and Bonnie Peril received letters for serving as basketball managers. Richard Winters presented the following boys with their awards in basketball, Craig Blanchard Jerry Newbrough, Paul Geitzenauer, Larry Ramus, Darryl Pres- ton, Merle Halverson, Dennis Geitzenauer, Ed Schmidt, Larry Householder and Frank Cannon John Cannon and Bfyn Mortenson wore awarded letters for serving as boys basketball managers. Mr Winters also presented the following track awards: Roger Fox, Kenneth Schmidt, Jerome Zwiefcl, Darrel Wichtendahl Bernard Pcttit, Kermit Krueger, Paul Geitzenauer, Darryl Preston, Jerry Newbrough. Kenneth Walters presented the following with football awards Craig Blanchard, Frank Cannon, John Hovey, Darrel Berkland, Merle Halverson, Dennis Geitzen- fiuer, Bernard Petlit, Jerry Newbrough, Daryl Preston, Paul Geitzenauer, Roger Fox, Kenneth Schmidt, Herbic Krausc, Charles Kern. Earl Jentz, Ed Schmidt. Darrel Wichtendahl, Gerald Angus and Larry Ramus. Mr Walters presented baseball awards to Ed Schmidt, Gary Widclel, David Hainzinger, Wayne Preston, Frank Cannon, Craig Blanchar*d, Paul Geitzenauer. Darryl Preston, Jerry Newbrough, Dennis Geitzenauer. An honorary award was presented to Larry Ramus. Instrumental awards were presented by Warren Jones to the -following students; Jane Angus. Trudy Huskamp, Jackie Priebe Marilyn Johnson, Beverly Wehrs- pan, Don Yager, Carol Bellinger, JoAnn Dreycr, Leon Geitzenauer, Jerome Zwicfel, Sandra Elfft'son, Marge Johnson, MuHel Nordinc, Donna Knoll, Darrel Schmidt, Loveda Kohlwes, Susan Montgomery, Bryan Moftensofi, Donna Knoll, Darrel Schmidt, Loveda Kohlwes, Susan Mont gornery, Bryan Mortenson, Janet Walker, Kern Yagen, Janean Zwiefel. • Seniors receiving instrumental awards which also included the Pin and Bar by the Band Mothers were Kathryn Alt, Virginia Baker, Craig Blanchard, Donald Cherland, Mary England, Nancy Fischer, Paul Geitzenauer, Merle Halverson, Faye Hantelman, Susan Hantelman, Judy Jentz, Larry Johannesen,. Darlene Johnson, Judy Juhl, Joanne Mitchell, Vergene N.orland, Mary Rossiter Ed Schmidt, Judy Voigt, David Weber and Bernard Laabs. Paul Geitzenauer was named the outstanding Senior student in instrumental music. Joanne Mitchell had the most points in the point program for hand. JoAnn Dreyer was named for having practiced the most hours. Mrs Warren Jones presented the following students with vocal music awards; Trudy Huskamp, Marilyn Johnson, Beverly Wehrspan, Jerome Zwiefel, Leon Geitzenauer, Kenneth Kerbcr, Arden Norland, Francis Lieb. Marjorie Johnson. Susan Montgomery, Bonnie Potratz, Janet Walker, Janean Zwiefel, Kathryn Alt, Nancy Fisher, Paul Geitzenauer, Merle Halverson, Susan Hantelman, Judy Jentz, Darlene Johnson, Judy Juhl, Bernard Laabs, David Weber, Craig Blanchard and Joanne Mitchell. Nancy Fischer was named--as Ends Tonight (Wed.) THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 'THE INN OF THE SIXTH HAPPINESS' PLUS "BADMAN'S COUNTRY" .,_ POP TUNE. PaH-y Time", Guy Sal Brandon DeWilde Gary Crosby John Saxon "Blue Denim" Talks Heart To Heart With Young America Feature No. 1 Shown At 8:15 A story of lost innocence . . . and the solutions teenagers find for themselves! '•MBHl^^Bi^MHMi^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ^MBBBUI^^^^B^^^B^^BBBF n r^Bniim>?i M ^» Feature No. 2 The Story Of ATown With A "Dirry Mind J ^. " -o»kh«rwlioh»rfoth»rwoi... ' Shown At 10:00 il vVMW I^RHVR vHVn^HH IflbSA Where evil gossip and ugly rumors turned a tender young romance into a nightmare of disgrace) Feature No, 3 - Young Stars, Hilarioui Story! Shown At 11:30 Nobody Hdi More Fun Than Privates In I Plus 2 Cartoonl COME EARLY STAY LAfl tVBRY THUR The; Wkote > Cdrlodd foi**^ Box Office Opens 7 P.M. Closes 11:30 P.M. SD AY I the outstanding senior in vocal music. Mrs Robert Burkgren present ed Judy Juhl with the Betty Crocker Momemaking Award. Thurs. thr« Sat.>- "TR% Hpuie Of The" Biferi flawlti", lM * Saturday Mat. — (JArtoonS At 2:00; "fiig Jceter", 2:30. SuntfaV — "yistl To v A Small Planet", i'M * 8110 - 5:20 - 7:30 9:46. Monday - TueUay -=- "Visit fo A Mall Planet", 7:48 - 0:55. • ENDS T6NIOHT (WED.) 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