The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 14
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May 24, 1960 teuton Published By Th* Upp*r DM MeinM Publishing Co., Algon*, Iowa MRS. AftDtTH HALViftSdN N«w» Editor (la.) Upper De« Molnei Tuesday, May 24, 1960 Boys Get Sentral Senior Class Scholastic Honors Fehton — David L. Weber and Craig Blanchard, both of Lone Rock. Wednesday night were valedictorian and salutatorian at Sentral high school. David is the son of Mr and Mrs David Weber and Craig is the son of Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard. Blanchard also was recipient of the citizenship award from the Iowa Bar association. Attorney L. W. Nitchals. Algona, presented the award. Weber, whose grade point average is 3.906. plans to go to Wai- has His dorf college. Blanchard chosen Buena Vista college, average is 3.812. Third and fourth place -seniors are Nancy P'ischer. Lone Rock, with a 3.593 average and Darleno Johnson, Swea City, with a 3.531 average. Nancy is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and Darlene is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson. (UDM Engravings) Mr and Mrs Reuben Luedtke entertained for their daughter Mary after Baccalaureate and FREE PAINT OUR OWN HARDWARE Clip Out and Turn In at the Store FREE TRIAL OFFER '/4PT.-4HR. ENAMEL Easily enough for a smalt chair pr.<HiJd'» : toy. One offer to a family, please. Expires May 31.1960. Name. Address. Town_ HOUR WAMR INTHUO* . IXTMIO* • Super Washable Wears Like Porcelain Wonderful for kitchen, bald or nursery—the hard wear rooms (hat need daily deanmgi Soft looking yet full glosi SUPERMIX 4-HOUR ENAMEL dries porcelain hard —keeps to beauty for years. Alto ideal for porch and lawn furniture, toy* and booth 1 39 • PINT 2 49 . QT. STOEBER'S David Weber lesson and Mrs Ralph Weisbrocl gave the devotions. This was the last meeting of the year. Mr and Mrs Ervin Kassulke of Tn-Mnnt and Mr and Mrs Ray Sto'.'brr were guests in the Olivi ; St'H'IxT home at Laurel Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday evening they attended the Commencement exercises at Laurel high schnol. Stephen Stoebei was a member of the graduating class. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and children and Mrs E. K. Johnson joiirnied to Toledo Tues. to attend the graduation exercises «>t the high schol. Barbara Hannifan was a member of the gradual in;; class. They returned luiine Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Lyle Bassett of Milford were Friday evening dinner guests in the Ray Stoebc i home. Friday evening guests in the Merle Voigt home were Wm Voigt and Peggy, Mr and Mr.- Clifford Dougles and family, Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Paul and Mr and Mrs Bei- nett Hie.no. and Robin. The occasion was in honor of Merle's birthday. Ella Circle met Wednesday with Mrs Clarence Osborn. Mrs Clarence Menz was hostess in absentia. Devotions were by Mrs Elmer Weisbrod. Mrs J. A. Schwartz reviewed and read from "Preacher With A Plow." Mrs Jack Gerhart road a meditation and led a prayer circle of sentence prayers by the members. Melvin Warner of Chicago arrived Sunday -o spent several days with his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Wai ner and other relatives and fri-mds in this area. Lavonne Cody Shower Honoree Fenlon — Lavonne Cody was honored at a bridal shower Sunday afternoon in St. John's parish. hall at Depew. Highlight of the program announced by Mrs Norman Quam was a piano solo by Huth Hodgson of Burt, a former piano teacher of the honorec There were readings by Mrs Iva Jurgens. Carol Johannesen, and Sonja Johannesen of Emmetsburg. . i Mary Lou Lnrsen sang a solo accompanied by her sister Norma Jean. Evelyn Ann Quam of Emmctsburg played a Strauss waltz. About 75 guests attended. Sis- lers of the bride-to-be. Mrs Harvey Nelson and Mrs David Ferguson of Sioux Falls, poured. Lavonne, daughter of Mrs Amor Cody and the late Mr Cody will be married in the Depew church, May 28. to Paul H. Nelson, son of the Rev. and Mrs A. P. Nelson of Beresford, So. D;ik. I.OOK DEKALB 423 IsTij/fcORN FOR YOU! Homer Matthiesen FiNTON UDM Classifieds PIT Dividends PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOU* NEWSPAPER FREE GREASE JOB Now Through Saturday, May 28 WITH EVERY OIL CHANGE & FILTER Going Somewhere Over The Memorial Day Weekend? Let Us Service Your Car. KRAUSE "66" SERVICE FENTON . Craig Blanchard * * * Commencement. Those present after Baccalaureate were Mrs Ernest Luedtke and Alice of Lone Rock, Mrs Mildred Neilson and Mr and Mrs Carol Steele and Scott of Albert Lea, Minn. After Commencement they entertained Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett and Mrs Jim Elmore of Algona, Mr and Mrs Evold Hogea of Ceylon, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ray Dreyer, Mrs Elsie Dreyer and Harold, Mr and Mrs Hans Baago, Mr and Mrs W. E. Laage, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Minnie Dreyer, Mr and Mrs John Ruger and Phillip, and Ernest Luedtke. A group of 50 friends and relatives were guests in the Kenneth Halverson home -following Commencement exercises Wednesday evening, in honor of Merle and Barbara's graduation. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell entertained both Sitnday evening following Baccalaureate & Wednesday evening following Commencement for their daughter Joanne. Approximately 40 relatives and friends were guests Sunday evening and about 65 Wednesday evening. Weekend guests in the J. A, Schwartz home were Mr and Mrs Robert Schwartz and Bobby of Ames, Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod of DCS Moinos. ' Mr and Mrs William Householder entertained Wednesday evening after Commencement for their daughter Rebecca. Those present were Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Zwiei'el and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Albert and family, the later of Cylinder. Larry Householder of Lone Rock and Beverly Warner of Algona and Roger Fox. Mr George M. Jorgensen and sons George Jr. and Donald spent from Friday until Sunday evening at Glenwood, Minn. They fished at Lake Minnewaska. H. L. Christenson of Ringsted had charge of the locker during their absence. Bonnie Peril accompanied Walter Wegner to Manhattan, Kan., Thursday where they visited Mr and Mrs Jerry Waite. They returned home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Waller Peril e tertained Wednesday evening after Commencement for their daughter Bonnie; Mr and Mrs Harold Smith of Plainfield, Mr and Mrs George Pertl and family, and Mr and Mrs Andrew Gowans and Joe. Mr and Mrs Smith were guests several days in the Pertl home. Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt entertained Wednesday evening aftei commencement for their daughter Judy; Mr and Mrs Ed Swonnv of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Chalmer Bonnicksen of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Mervin Widdel of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Voigt, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lohse all of Fairmont Mr and Mrs Ray Laabs, Mr and Mrs Roy Berle and Joe Culbertson all of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Charles Voigt were guests Sunday evening after Baccalaureate. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne left Saturday for West Concord, Minn., where they spent the weekend. Joanne went on to Minneapolis where she attended a banquet at Concordia College. The Virginia Circle met Tues day afternoon with hostess. Mrs John Theesfield and co-hostess. Mrs Fred Mortenson. Mrs Geo. Jorgensen was in charge of the Depev/ Woman, 45, Succumbs Fenlort — Mrs Elmer Johnson, about «5. died Thursday night at her farm home southwest of Depew, one hati been ailing for several years. Her parents arc Mr and Mrs Carl Lillevig, Emmetsburg. She taught rural school several years before her marriage. She is survived by a son Marvin, 19GO graduate of Cylinder high school and a son Ronnie and a daughter Lois who is to be confirmed June 5. j> Other survivors are two brotih- ers, ...Omer and Orvis and thijee sisters, Mrs Percy Jacobson, Mrs Helen Earth and Mrs Oscar Serklflnd all of the Cylinder area. Mrs Johnson was a member of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew where she was a Sunday school teacher until poor health forced her to resign. Kathryn Alt Is Band Queen Fenlon — Kathryn Alt, Sentral high school senior, will be Miss Sentral as a candidate for Miss North Iowa at the Band Festival, June 14, in Mason City. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Alt of Fenton. Kathy has been a twirler for 7 years and has also been active in chorus, glee club, cheerleading, and othef activities. (UDM Engraving) Coming Events Tuesday, May 24 — Town & Country Woman's Club; Dorcas Circle. Wednesday, May 25, Nellie circle. Thursday,.May 26, Depew Ladies Aid. HAIL INSURANCE See VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton THB MODERN 6-ROOM CLAUBSEN HOME in Wellsburg, Iowa, proudly wears its Gold Medallion which tells everyone that it is electrically heated; has an all-electric kitchen, plus other major electric appliances; has Full Housenower and completely modern lighting. "A thermostat in every room gives us perfect temperature control ...as each member of our family desires" Mr. Thomas H. 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