I*ft •• To* Owi W*frr fatcntft 'Tornado Weather' r - WHEN OARK,HEAVY CUMULUS CLOUDS FORM,AND THE SKY IS A'DIRTY YELLOW* CONDITIONS ARE RIPE FOR TORNADO FUNNEL YwWioH Afafest Bif Mows flfeM • ttvfcft account here, and the* add to it regularly. Ahmt before you know it, you** hate a sizeable sum flMt emet to "weatherproof you against financial blows. Moreover, • growing savings account has a way of giving CMfidMice, and security for your family. So why net ft * point to lee m cvcqr Planned Dividend Rate New In Effect HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Graduation At Titonka With 23 In Class Titonka — Commencement exercises were held Tuesday evening, May 24, at 8 p.m. The class presrrirert Its own program, assisted by Rev. Wm. Kroon and Rev. Max Goldman. Miss Sandra Gartner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Gartner, was Valedictorian -of the Class with a 3.6 average over the four years. She is planning to attend Slate University of Iowa this fall as a student of medical technology. Miss Mnrgnrot McDonald, daughter (ft Mr and Mrs Walker McDonald, was salutatorian with a 3.3 average. Margaret has been accepted as a candidate at the Iowa Methodist School of Nursing and will enter (raining in September. Miss Sylvia Eden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Erwin Eden, was in very close competition with a 3.1 average and is planning on attending Iowa State Teachers College. Graduating were Ruby Alexander, Ardith Brandt, Jerry Buffington, Sylvia Eden, Sandra Gartner, Gertrude Gerdis, Vcrna Gray. Clarence Harms. Edith Huisinga, l^cnora Huisman, Edward Mayland, Margaret McDonald Edgar Meyer, Gary Mich- aclsen, Larry Pearson, Sharon Schmidt, Gayle Sleper, David Srnidt, Sandra Smidt, Mary Beth Sleeker, Mildred Ullman, Wen- YOUR BEST PROTECTION AGAINST HAIL LOSS through your local "FMH" agent For extra safety, extra service, and fast settlement of claims, insure your crop income with Farmers Mutual Hail. Your local agent is backed up by 30 full-time fieldmen and 100 adjusters. Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost. Ask your agent or write today, Bohannon Insurance Service 6 No. Dodge • Algona • CY4-4443 2323 Grand Dts Moinis, Iowa Upper f Jflome* i: ALOONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1960 VOL. 97 - NO. 21 del Weiland and Judith Weir. Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening. May 22 at, 8 p.m. at the school. Rev. H. A. Diers gave the sermon, assisted by Rev. B. H. Schwerin. Band Moihers Elect Mrs Richard Coxgrovc was elected president of the Band- mothers club which was held at the home of Mrs Edward Boyken. Mrs Car] Harms and Mrs Bruno Bruns were' co-hostesses. Vice- president was Mrs Henry Pom- mor, secretary, Mrs Kenneth Beal and treasurer was Mrs Edward Stecker. Mrs Burton Hanson, the past president, presided at the meeting. Phillip Faaborg, band instructor, thanked the officers and members for their cooperation the past year. Mr and Mrs Woodrow Peterson of Ackley were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Lydia Peterson and Mr and Mrs George Boekelman homes. They also visited at the home of Dr. and Mrs H. I. Torgcrsen. Mr and Mrs Win. Leepcr and family of Seattle are visiting here in Titonka and Burt, being called here due to family illness. They are visiting Mrs Lecper's sister and family the Clarence Isebrands and other friends. Mr and Mrs Irvin Schelmyer of West Bend and Mr and Mrs George Boekelman were Saturday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs Lydia Peterson. Mr and Mrs Cleo Houck of Vincent, Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms of Burt and Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove. Mrs Otto DeWall and son Harold of Escondido, Calif., is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs Kenneth Krantz and other friends and relatives around Titonka. WVWV^^ The Appointment Of North Iowa Appliance Center As The Dealer For IT TELEVISION Our All New 1960 Stock Has Arrived And On Display In Our Store Come In And See These Giants Of The Electronic Field Perform •HUM Low-ley New big 21" screen gives ye* eerier ytotrhig. 20,000 vofo of fmmlmm J * A - ww» VMVMVQ mm* Weber « liond Illustrated Are Just Two Of Many Models ALOONA NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER "YOUR NEW ZENITH DfMER" CY 4-3818 * Gun Safety Day At Wesley t S i?/r Y ,u em0 ?=n ratlon for chlldren was held recently at the Charles Gollner farm norlhwest of Wesley. More than 150 young gun enthusiasts attended the session and devoured 160 hot doss, a larger number of ice cream cones and uncounted bottles of pop besides learning something about guns. Instructors verc t rank Tellier. Burt, and Bill Ayres. Belmond, conservation officers. Ay res is " V ° Ph ° t0 SS hC talkS l " Shelli Gilmore ' daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Gil- Each child present was permitted to take part in target shooting and trap shooting activities during the day. The Swea City Gun Club assisted in the demonstration, which has become an annual affair at Gollner s. (UDM Engraving). Couples Club Engages In Unique Fund-Raising Plan Members of the Mariners, couple club of the Presbyterian church here, recently re-enacted the Parable of the Talents with a modern-day application. Early in February each couple was given a dollar from the club treasury, asked to match it \vith a dollar of their own and put the money to work. Proceeds from the projects, together with reports on the methods used, were dedicated at the club meeting Sunday eyening. Everything from ironing shirts to raising chickens was reported. The club's skippers, Champ and Dottie Martin, made and sold key racks. Champ, industrial arts instructor at Algona high school, designed and made the rack and Dottie took orders for them. The racks were custom finished to match the buyers' kitchen. Mrs Burton Harmes and Mrs Richard Burt combined their talents and made and sold 200 May baskets. / Mrs Joseph Skow took orders for her twice-weekly bakings of hjSme-'made bread and rolls and Mrs Ernest Egel sold her home-made rolls and pies. rroceeds from IB-hours at the ironing board was contributed by the pastor's wife, Mrs Myron Brower. The ironing was done ' FAMOUS DIAMONDS OF HISTORY nan he faned CaUiaw dbmoad was a Man's fiw when dis- I909u k «M found lying oo dw Mtfact of dK gronod in die Pfeemier dbnood mot of South Africa. The CoOmm was a white diamond chat weighed 3,106 carats M die •ougfa, md WM w*ied at $2,5004»a It was King EdotKl YH bv Why Is Yov Jevder Iftt Tov Doctor? The person behind the jewehy eoaotv holdi •• the 'trump cards.' The purchaser of a Diamond seldom even knows what to look for in a Diamond The *afces cm be high. Choose your jeweler as MM would your doctor. Choose a trusted jeweler whose integrity is unquestionable when you select a Diamond, one of nan's noai treasured possessions. We are at your service. SHARP'S JEWELRY Registered Jeweler — American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA 'a diamond it forever for a friend who had undergone surgery. Sewing was the talent contributed by several members. Mrs Claude* Ruark made blouses and maternity clothes and Mrs Harold Long, doilies, towel sets and pillow cases. Mrs Richard Mawdsley .and Mrs Wesley Hardy made and sold aprons of two different designs. Aprons were also the theme i of five coffee parties at which Mrs Wilbur Reinders and Mrs A. D. Crawford were hostesses. Th<$ invitations were in form of little paper aprons and'each guest wa* asked to measure her waistlina and contribute accordingly. Service was the talent contributed by two couples. George and Bernice Cook did baby sitting,*'with Mfs Cook doing mosl of it, and George and Theorfe Duvall added washing cars and mowing lawns to their baby-sitting. Mr and Mrs Bill Marshall designed and made planters of tin cans and plaster. • Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm will be a little late in- Contributing their talent money. The roosters they bought have to bte fed to frying stage first, ar|d then they plan to sell them and give the proceeds to Mariners. And other members did similar things. Approximately $165 has beep turned in to the club so far. When all proceeds are in, the fund is expected to exceed $20ft The "Cargo", as it is called in Mariners, is subject to a vote by all members, but it is possible that it may be used for something for the new church building currently under construction. Two Armstrong Seniors Honored At Graduation Robert Bannister, Armstrong, high school senior, received the citizenship award last-Tuesday at the annual community schopl award night of Armstrong high, This award \s given on scholarship, leadership, citizenship and character and is presented each year to a senior of the Armstrong graduating class. Robert is the son of Mr and Mrs Willard Bannister, rural Armstrong. ». Mary Guerdet, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Guerdet, rural Armstrong, received • the Parent Teacher association award of $25. The PTA award is given to a student who plans to go to college and is interested in the teaching profession. Portland Boys 4-H The regular meeting of the Portland 4-H boys club was held May 12 at the Harms home. jjm. Sparks was named to attend short course and Tom Lampe and David Harms will go to 4-H camp. The annual club tour will be June 9. ACCIDENT Mrs Ivan Syczek of was killed recently when she fell' off a tractor when it hit » UtUe ditch, throwing her into a plow* In 1922, several makes of cur* introduced gasoline fiufw on their instfurr^t pantls, Last year, gasoline and oil " invested over |3Q newspaper tdvtrtiiinf.
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