The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1960
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Tuesday, May 24, 1960 1 ftebekah Convention Districts 95, 55 and 41 of the Rebekah lodge met in convention here Saturday at the Isaak Walton hall. Convention officers were Esther Barton, Algona, president; Marie Weiland, Whittemore, vice president; Olive Erdman, Wesley, secretary and Linnea Hiserodt, Algona, -treasurer. Mrs Margaret Reid is noble grand of the host lodg*. The assembly president, Irma Stenick of Madrid was present and conducted the school of instruction in the afternoon. The evening program, open to the public, included numbers by a barbershop quartet composed of Eugene Hutchins, Ed Sindelar, Dr. J. B. Harris and Glen Graham; and selections by the eighth grade sextet composed of Kay Moulton, Ann Segar, Mary Miller, Barbara Kuchenreuther, Verdean Shaw, Betty Holt, accompanied by Marilyn Black. Mrs Rose Anderson, Algona, member of the lodge for 64 years, was honored as a charter member, and Mrs Mabel Lund was recognized for her 52 years membership. Lloyd Pool, Algona, and Wilford Ward, Sexton, were honored as the only men Rebekahs in the districts. A buffet supper closed the condition. Decorations were by Florence Peterson and Margaret Reid and Myrtle Turnbaugh poured. was named delegate to the state convention to be held June 4-5 at Sioux City. Children of the special school closed the school year with a picnic Friday afternoon. Mrs Andrt-asun is teachc-r. DM You Know? that over 850,000 men ant womea hav* beea kept •five during the hot f yean through the sk9 ef (ht phyriciM and m of , aewer dnija f * »W SEE YOUR DOCTOR RUST ... HIS KNOWLEDGE IS THE KEY TO HEALTH RUSK DRUG Phone CY 4-2349 Algona, Iowa PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Irene Wegner, formerly of Lu Verne, became the bride of Robert H. Dufel at Hermosa Beach. Cal. Apr. 10. The newlyweds are shown here. The bride is a daughter of Richard Wegner, Lu- Verne, and the late Mrs Wegnel and a graduate of LuVerne high school. Following their honeymoon, the newlyweds are residing at Manhattan Beach, Cal. The new Mrs Dufel is a sister of Elead Wegner Algona. The bride's father and an aunt, Mrs Charles Hinz, Lu- Verne, attended the wedding. (UDM Engraving) C. D. A. Elecis Officers The May meeting of Court St. Cecelia, Catholic Daughters of America, Algona, was held with 65 members present. Grand Regent Helen Mikes gave a very interesting report of the State Convention. Election of officers for the local court took place with the following being elected: Grand Regent, Helen Mikes, (re-elected); Vice Regent, Donna Roethler, (reelected); Prophetess, Sheila 'Reding; Financial Secy., Barbara Detrick, (re-elected); Treas. Joan Mertz, (re-elected); Historian, Leonore Kinsey, (re-elected); Lecturer, Helen Miller, (re-elected); Monitor, Mary McEnroe; Organist, Diane Stebritz; Sentinel, Luella 'Murphy; Trustees for 3 years, Rose Stebritz and Marie King?" and Trustee for two years ~to fill a vacancy Imelda Engesser. A beautifully decorated birthday cake commemorating the 44th Anniversary of the C. D. A. founding, was cut by Charter members Mary Barry and Ella Bode. Committee members were, Lorina Thilges, Lorena Frideres, Ruth Arend, Louise Murphy, Beth Schemel and Bertha Thuente. Installation of officers will be at the June meeting. School Picnic Kossuth County Council for Retarded Children met May 16 to elect officers for the 1960-61 year. Mrs George Hanselman, West Bend, was elected president; Mrs Cleo Black, Algona, vice president; Mrs Chester Willey, Algona, secretary; and Harlan Blanchard, Lone Rock, treasurer. Mrs Willey 17 Seniors Get Diplomas From Whiftemore Hi Whittemore — Monday evening, May 16, baccalaureate services for 17 seniors of Whittemore high school were held at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the public school. Mrs Vivian Nessen played the processional and recessional. A clarinet quartet played, and Ann Vaudt and Maurice Carlisle gave the class history; Lorna Ewoldt and Allen Zumach, class will; Cleo Meier and Donald Nicholas class prophecy; senior presentation by Donna Ostwald; American Citizenship Award, Gordon Winkel Algona. Wednesday evening, May 18. one of the largest crowds in history attended commencement exercises. Processional and recessional was played by the school band Salutatory, Duane Metzgcr- Valedictory, Lorraine Butzke; Cleo Jf ey n r W d the piano; Addrcss by Dr. Walter K. Beggs, Dean of the University of Nebraska; Supt Leo Morman presented the diplomas; and Leonard Elbert president, board of education, awarded the diplomas. Senior class: Janice Balgemann, Maijorie Behnke, Lorainc But- zki-. Gary Cnrberry, Maurice Carlisle. Lorna Ewoldt, Mary Fouss, Norma Gade, Ellen Maahs. Dunne Metzgcr, Eldon Meyer Arthur Mogler, Donna Ostwald. Shirley Simonson, Ann Vaudt Warren Wood and Allen Zumach. 8ih Grade Graduation A large number of members of St. Paul's congregation attended eighth grade graduation May 20 in Irnmanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. The classes included pupils of St. Paul's Lutheran school in Whittemore and Irnmanuel Lutheran school, Lotts Creek. Ad- dross, Pastor Klauss of Garner; valedictory, Jacqueline Laabs Immanuel; presentation of diplomas, Mr Klunder of Whittemore; prayer and benediction Pastor Peters. The graduates: Geneva Ann Barber, Brian Allen Espe, Robert Edwin Ewoldt, David Allen Frost, Barbara Ann Greinert, Sandra Ann Hannover, Linda Lou Meyer, Cheryl Jane Ostwald, Keith Allen Seely. Sidney Lee Simonson, Bruce Vaudt, Donald Irwin Haack, Jacqueline Ann Laabs Gerald Edwin Luedtke, Marvin Theodore Pompe, Jane Ann Strueckcr and Joan Kae Wichtendahl. GRAHAM'S SPORTSWEAR SALUTE TO SUMMER ! rough and tumble, tub-loving KIDDIES TOGS with soil resistant "Scotch-Card" finish 1.98 UP Built to take plenty of hard wear, these pert plaid and solid match-mates in Pewter Green to make Mom's sum- "mer more enjoyable, too. 3 to ftx and 7 to M. ON SALE AT Uitibv * f fs, BIRTHDAY Mrs F. S. (Bertha) Graham of. Newton recently celebrated her 100th birthday. She was honored by the congregation of the First Lutheran church where she- has taught Sunday school 84 years. Roy Patterson Of Swea-Eagle Engaged To Wed Swea 8t Eagle — Mrs Carlccne Bender-man Holt and Albert Holt, Jr. of Nashville, Term., announce the engagement of their daughter, June Nelson, to A/2C Roy Patterson. USAF. son of Mr and Mrs E. E. Patterson of Swea City. The wedding will take place June 25 at Nashville. The bride-elect was graduated from St. Cecelia Academy. Mr Patterson graduated from Swea City high school. Graduates Honored Many receptions were held after commencement at Swea City high school May 16. Out of town guests, at the homes, only, are listed: Mr and Mrs Clifford McGregor for daughter, Lois; guests, thr Allen Eden family, the Lester Edens, the Erwin Edens and Mrs Louise Eden, all of Titonka; the Charles McElwee family and the Henry McGregor family of Armstrong; the Wilbur Petersons of Crystal Lake; the Ronald Orlman family of Burt; and the Forrest McGregor family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Albert Dirkson. for son, Melvin; Mr and Mrs Adolph Laue of Welcome, the Fred Laue family and the Warren DeBocr family of Granada: the Harold DeBocr family, the Edward Weiderhauft family and Mrs Fern Sands, all of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Herman KettMHch and family. Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker for daughter, Janet; a large reception with out of town guests, Mr and Mrs Art Amundson of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Carroll Viland and Terri of Elmore and Mr and Mrs Harold Hays of Thompson. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Isaacson for her brother, Lewis Lippold; Mr and Mrs Norval Gochanaur and family, Mr and Mrs Warren Barber, Mrs Robert Hclgason, Mrs Adolph Quastad, Mr and Mrs Harris Wadsworth and Avis, Mr and Mrs Charles McElwee and family and Becky and Donald Johnston, all of Armstrong, Mrs Ordean Kabrick of Bancroft and Mrs Gladys Banning of DCS Moines. Mr and Mrs Everett Johanson fur Karen; Mr and Mrs Verlie Boyer of Ti'imont, Minn., Mrs Norma Boyer, Mr and Mrs Hertry Kosloske and Douglas of fair- mont; Mr and Mrs Earl Wegner, Betty and Lavonn of Guckeen Minn., Jerry Wegnef of Elmore and Mr and Mrs Claude Johnson and family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Glen Clark, for Maxihe; Mr and Mrs Rueben Schweigcr and family, Mr and Mrs Burt Roalson, Mrs Sadie Fundaburk, all of Fairmont; Mr and Mrs Frank Waid and family of Cresco; Mr and Mrs William Dorsey of Bancroft, and Miss Betty Clark of Garnavillo; Mr Al Farland for son, Dale; Mr and Mrs William Schmidt and Mrs Allen Christiansen, "Gail and Jan of Ceylon; Mr and Mrs Everett Hybbert of Dunncll; Mr and Mrs Lester Schmidt, Shirley and David of Shcrburn, Minn, and Miss Margaret Meyer of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Marlin Hardt for Jim; Mr and Mrs John Johnson and Kay, Mrs Betty Hammond, Mrs Melvin Marrow and Mine, Susan, John and Larry Guy, all of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs William PoUhoff of Algona. Bible School Slated May 31 At Local Church Vacation Bible School will be held at the First Baptist church here, May 31 - June 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. Ench child is requested to bring a sack lunch every day. A closing program will be held June 5 at 8 p.m. Rev. J. R. Fountain .will be school superintendent He will be assisted by these department heads: Mrs Russ Medin, Mrs Louis Egel, Mrs Dale Laws and Mrs J. R. Fountain. Plum Creek Elite The Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club held a Mother's Day tea at the community rooms. Guests were mothers and grandmothers of the members and each was presented a corsage. The following program was presented: posture on parade by Audrey Gardner, Har- ict Benschoter, Nancy Ringsdorf Ann Stevens, Ann Wilson, Ruth Benschoter and Joan Ward as narrator; piano solos, Gloria Miller, Diane Bode and Linda Gardner, solos, Susan Bode and Jean Mcscher, Janice Bode and Jo Ellen-Baas; readings, by Audrey Gardner and DiAnne Baas; Ann Wilson and Ruth Benschoter each gave the Country Girl's Creed. Floor Enamel ,. Hbrhidc >erfeef Floors or Stoi Durable 1 . Tougfif f 01 USP O,. • o O <l or ( P m e n f $2.16 Quart CULLEN HARDWARE Algona CY 4-4630 PJLTSMEN! Th^Sale™6TA Lifetime .. . The Right Time ! SALE BEGINS Wednesday, May 25 FISHING EQUIPMENT . . . ' ° Like you've never seen before ! You name it ... we have it ... All kinds ... the whole works . . . Don't miss this once-in-a- lifetime opportunity ! The Right Price At The Right Time! SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SPORTING EQUIPMENT! Beecher Lane has recently purchased $5000 worth of bankrupt stock from a sporting goods company. This stock is all first quality, all new. Beecher's a sportsman, but he can't use ell of this equipment, so he's passing on his savings to you. Everything will be sold at less than cost price. This is a once-in-a-lifetime sale; one you can't afford to miss. 50% • Baseball Gloves • Ice Skates • Hunting Pants ® Baseball Shoes • Tennis Rackets • Gun Cases • All Types Fishing Equipment • T-V Tubes & Equipment Everything Goes For Less Than Wholesale Prices! The Wildest Trader In Town Has Done It Again! You Can't Afford To Miss This Sale I Come Early! CY 4-3613 Beecher Lane Appliance ' • - JJVl KAJtll . W • m _ -. ^^l» ^^V "The Wildtst Trader In Town" ALGONA

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