The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 5
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Herbert Krause OfLoneRock ToBoysStafe — Herbert Krause, son of Mr and Mrs - —.ause of Fenton, has --... selected as a delegate from the Kerr-Hammerstrom post of Lone Rock at Hawkeye Boys State «l Camp Dodge, Des Moines, June The delegate is selected by the "teachers of the school by majority vote. Herbert is active in the Lutheran church *nd is president of the Walther League. He is president 6f the junior class and was in the Junior class play. As a sophomore, he was active in the student council and was on the football squad. Herbert has three sisters, Hoi tee, Heidi, and Haleisa. To Wed June 26 A shower for Nora Elmshouser, Lolls Creek Lulheran school tqa- chor, was held Sunday afternoon in the Eugene -Vaudt home. The program: a reading by Mrs Harold Wolters, Jackie Laabs presented a piano solo, a group of girls, Dian Vaudt, Betly and Judy Wolter, sang and Mrs Ray Kading gave the "Bride's Prayer". Nora Elmshouser will be married to John Meyer, at present teaching in Quincy, 111., June 26 at Ogallala, Neb. Hostesses were Mrs Ray Laabs, Ray Kading, Eugene Vaudt, and Harold Wolter. Mils Rath Honored Marilyn Rath was honored to a bridal shower May 19 in the home of Mr and Mrs Orville Kressin with Mrs Orville Gardner of Algona as co-hostess. Mrs Gardner led the group in games. Mrs Vic Dreyer and Mrs Duane Lieb presented, "Newlyweds at Breakfast". Marilyn will be married June 5 to Robert Heifner -of Buffalo Center in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Sunday guests in the Orville Kressin home were Rev. artd Mrs Martin Peters, Mr and Mrs Martin Schoremann, Nora Elmshouser, and Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich of Fenton. The Lolls Creek Lutheran church Sunday school and the school had their annual picnic in Call State Park at Algona. The Lotts Creek Lutheran church and the St. Paul's church schools held their eighth grade graduation at the Lotts Creek church with 17 students graduating. Members of the class from Lotts Creek are Jackie Laabs, Jane Struecker, JoAnn .Wichtcn- dahl, Marvin Pompe, Gerald Luedtke, and Don Huack. Jackie Laabs gave the valedictory speech. The Lone Rock Legion 'Auxiliary will hold a bake sale May 28 at the Kleppers store. The Auxiliary will hold a poppy sale all day Saturday, and throughout t* GRAHAM'S SPORTSWEAR SALUTE TO SUMMER ! COTTON KNIT SPORTSWEAR seasoned stripes . . . tasty fashion topping 2.98 up Great fun' all season long to mix and match cotton knits that never lose their shape .. . White, Black, Chamois, Sky Blue. Shirts, S-M-L. Pants, 8 to 16. NOW ON SALE AT the bake sale. Mary Genrich attended a dinner in the home of Janet and Charlotte Mason at LuVerne in honor of Mi«s George Thompson of Ledyard. Mrs Mary Flaig and Mrs Dennis Flaig attended a shower for Ardyce Mourtisen in the home of Mrs George Johnson in Estherville. Miss MoyrUsen will be married to Raymond Enderson at the Estherville Lutheran church June 4. Raymond Enderson is a , nephew of Mrs Mary Flaig. I Mr and Mrs George Long honored their son Darrell at a reception after graduation exercises Wednesday evening. Those present were Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Everel Ackerson and Marve Ackerson, Mr and Mrs Dennis Long of Estherville, Donna Huntley of Eslherville, Darlene Long, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie, Mr and Mrs Jim Long, Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Durwin, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus of Burt, Mary Genrich, Miss Florence Yager, and Ruth Krueger, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and lamily and Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and family. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough honored 'their sor.., Jerry, at a reception held in his honor after graduation exercises at Sentral high. Those present were Mr and Mrs A. Di Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce of Burt, Mary Genrich, Ruth Krueger, Miss Florence Yager, Mrs Jim Smith, Mr and Mrs LaVerne Smith, Mr and Mrs Fritz New- brdtigh, family, Jonathan Blanchard, Gene Elanchard and family and Delbe.'-i Blanchard and lamily. in charge of the guest book. She also presided at the tea table. A short program given included a vocal duet by JoAnn Johnson and Mrs Arlyce Nelson, a reading by Helena Meyer, reading Mrs Jirn Kollasch and an original poem by Mrs Henry Smith. Marlene was assisted in opening her many gifts by her sisters Mrs Perry St. John and Jane Black. Hostesses .were the mesdames' Marion Westling, Idabelle Black, Glepda Kollasch, Caryle Schacke- ford, Frances Dittmer, JoAnn Dittmer, Helena Meyers, Edna Smith, Ruth Carman, Georgia Holding, Marie Parsons, Ethel Smith, and Francis Smith. Name Officers Fifteen members of the Past Matrons club enjoyed a May breakfast at the home of Lillian Fredrickson Thursday morning. A short business meeting was held with election of officers for the new year being the main item oi business. Those elected . were Lillian Fredrickson, president, Ethel Drommel, vice pres., Erma Pratt, historian, and Lulu Hawcott, iccretary-treasurer. Ruth Alice Patterson was ini- ialed into the group as a new member. ™, „,, .„ „,„ „„,,,„ ^ ^ ^^ Grahams Diplomas Given To 28 Eighth Graders, Burl Burt — Twenty-eight members of the $th grade class received their diplomas Tuesday evening. Delmar Angus, a member of the school board, addressed the class. Mrs Cecil Anderson introduced the members of the class and ^Jlr Brown presented them to Supt. Martin who presented the diplomas. Entering Burt high school as freshmen next fall will be JoAnn Ackermari, David • Bunkofske, Maryls Curtis, Eugene Gardner, Jerry Gifford, Bill Hamilton, Gerald Hiltorv Larry Johnson, Meridith Johnson, J?r]ry tKissrier, Audrey Lappe, Floyd BL John Lovstad, Susan Lovstad, Linda Marlow,. Frances McDonald, Lois McFarland, Rebecca Meier, Jane Mitchell, Judy Mitchell, Nancy Presthus, Pat Sch,wietert, James Smith, Raymond Spry, Julie Ann Thompson, Michael Woltz and Brian Zwiefel. Burt Blue Birds Burt Blue Birds 4-H club mel at the home of Rosemary Ulses May 14. Rose Ella Kohler and Rose Mary Ulses gave talks. The making of a simple shirt was demonslraled by Judy and Janice Abb'as. Judy Cherland, jr. division con- leslanl and Rose Ella Kohler, intermediate entry were chosen to represent their club 'in the better grooming cpntest in the county contest. Irene Bjustrom and Mary Jean Andrews were the judges. Observe Anniversary Mr and Mrs Henry Isebrand Sr. of Woden are being honored on Iheir 40th wedding anniversary June 5 at the Lutheran church in Woden from 2 to 5 p.m. There will be a short program about 2:30. The event is being put on by the children and no invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives arc invited. Mrs Mary Oelerreieher atlencl- edlhe Kos.suth County Executive- Board dinner meeting of county teachers held in Algona May II. At the meeting she was elected N.E.A. delegate to the Los Angeles convention to be held June 26 to July 1. and was appointed TEPS chairman a n d Future Teachers of Kossuth County Sponsor. Dean Kuchenreuthcr, son of Mr and Mrs Lynn Kuchenreuther has purchased Ihe interest of Eilert Boyken in the DX Service Station. Arrangements worn completed and Dean took over operation of the station immediately. Dean was discharged from the U.S. Nnvy in March after serving four years on Guam, Okinawa and Alaska. 8th Graders At Titonka Graduate Titonka — Titonkn's 8th grade graduation, class night and award night was held Friday evening. May 20, at 8 p.m. Graduating from the class are MaLora Beal, Sherry Boyken, Diana Boekelman, John Brandt, Karen Bruns. Diek Buffington, Janet Buffington, Janet Cunningham, Judy Fitch, Sharon Giesking, Sheryil Gray, Keith Hamilton. Monte Hammond, Rachael Kinseth, Lynda Krause, Peggy Michaelsen Celine Miller, Paul Miller, Barry Nelson, Loren Pannkuk, Cynthia Mr and Mrs Jerry Wiener entertained following commence-, ment exercises honoring their daughter, Barbara. Guests were Mr and Mrs Vern Batt and Sandra, Estherville, Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles and Mr and Mrs Ronold Chrischilles, Fenton, Mrs Dale Schraeder and Mrs Henry Schraeder, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Glenn Miho, Loretta and Julie. Swea City, Mrs Wm. Doocy and bharon and Mrs James Gifford and Joyce, Bancroft, Mrs Peter Alferts and Darrell Leon of Fulda, Minn., Mr and Mrs Bruce Graham and family, Mrs Kenneth Wagner, and Mr and Mrs John M. Miller all of Burt. Win Awards, Carilyn I-Tinckley, a member of this year's graduating class was the winner of the 3rd annual $200 scholarship given by the Kelley Lumber Co., Algona. Carilyn, the daughter of Mr 7 and Mrs Allen Hinckley, has enrolled at Morningside College Sioux City. Perry Steward, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Steward, Burl, was the recepient of the citizenship award, given by the Iowa Bar Association. Miss Black Honored Marlene Black was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church Monday night. Mrs Delores Franzen was TitonkanWill 1 <S ; c v '•'• -•> k- „• • -;. ^ Be Ordained In September Titonka — Harris G. Sonnenberg, son of Mr and Mrs G. B Sonnenberg of Titonka will graduate from Wartburg Theological Seminary at commencement exercises May 25. Mr Sonnenberg has completed the four-year seminary course which prepares him for the ministry in the American Lulheran church. He will be ordained into the Lutheran ministry at Immanuel Lutheran church, east of Titonkr Sept. 11. He,has accepted a call lo Millarlon, No. Dak. and SI John Lulheran church, James- lown, No. Dak. and will be in- slallcd Ihere as assislant pastor in September. He is a graduate of Titonka high school and Wartburg College, Waverly. 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