The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 31, 1960
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n'' «*r A4vard& " presented )lls dt the Qttosoh scfip 1 'as folldws'f' •* """ Eighth grade achievement awards, Sara U,s H her, Marlys Larson, Roger Thompson, Eleanor Movick, '£ar|ft' Matfiiaspri anc Sharon Nygaard. Achievement i awards . to the seventh 'grade ' went to Susan Lane, 'Mafgaret Bakken. Robert Bjordal, Margaret'Brpdale, James Oppedahl, Rachel 'Holt and Gracia Kraabel. * Eighth grade citizenship awards went >to Margaret Skow Marcia Dale, Majlys K i n n e 'Karla firi'ckson, Rochelle Tofte- berg, Howard Zeman,; Robert Aure, Rodney Gress, George Foertsch, Linda Opheim, Jerry Jensen, Sandra Selvig and Don na Struthers. Seventh grade citizenship awards went to Gloria Tofteberg, Linda Hankins, Cynthia Holland, Rita Nielsen, Kay Sorlien and Robert Behnkendorf. Marlys Larson received , the current science award and. Sara Usher the current events award. Eighth graders receiving conservation awards were Marlys Kinrie and Sharon Nygard: Bqok awards given by the Ottpsen Progressive yClub went ' tp Ted Brpdale and.Marilyn Ze- ( man In the' sixth grade, Gloria Tofteberg' 'and',' Anthony Opper; d.^,hl in the' seventh grade and Sara Usher, Roger dress and ..ioger Thompson in-.the eighth grade. • . . . Safe.ty patrol awards \yent, to €.9Rta4'n Howard Zeman, Lt'. Gracia' Kraabef, Sharon ' Nygaard, Robert Bjordal, 'Margaret £3i$ow, Robert Aure,. Margaret Brodale, Marlys Larson, Linda Hankins, Anthony .Oppedahl, Rodney Gress and MarCia Dale. The Lutheran W.M.F.,' met , Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Lea Tofteberg as hostesses. Devo tions and scripture, were given by Rev. Harold Mountain. 'Mrs Antone Speich gave the lesson. The Progressive Club me Thursday afternoon at the "home of Mrs Jesse 1 Van Buskirk. Mrs H. J. Nielsen gave the lesson arid Mrs Van Buskirk r had the re£rea'tionV The next club meet-' injg will be in the fall. 'The Rura.1 Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs §a,m K.rppf. Mrs Kermit Fowler f ^ve tl\e . Ies§bn: Mrs 'Essie ooper also gave' a lesson. The ladies. h,eld a, spring flpwe,r shaw. Tb,is is tl\e last meeting pf the. . year, but 'they will have a pic- nAc at West Bend June 9. Dennis Barber, son of Mr and Mrs, Ja,mes Barber, was one of the graduates from Rodman high school Wednesday evening. Attending from here were Mr and Iv^rs Richard Kinseth, Mr and Mrs Olviri Haug and family and Kinseth., ,- Watnem ,,o.v,»r ,. and Mrs Stanley KeM a't Pocahontas Wednesday evening 1 , • Mrs Carroll \ Olson returned hqrne from the hospital at Env metsburg" Wednesday. Mr and Mrs- Knut Oppedahl and sdnS, Mrs John VindaS and Mr and fyrs Eu.gene Hofius At- tende r ef'*gfa'duation at Stratford high ftGhoigL Wednesday evening. Terry fiee;, spn of Mr and Mrs Alf Leg was 'a member" of the class;' Quests at the Edward Behnkendorf ' home for the reception at their son James, following his graduation from Twin Rivers, high school were Mr and Mrs Harold" Ristau and, family, Mr Don Miller, Linda Bristow, -Mr and ' Mrs Grover Rentz and Roger Hienie of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel and daughter of Algona, Mr and Mrs Stanley Riedel of Rowan,, Mrs Jo6 Fouarge of Humboldt, - Mrs Philip' Fouarge and Mr Lowell Cockrill of Livermore, Mary Brodale, Steve . Williams and Lloyd Stith of Bode. Mr and Mrs Don Behnkendori and son of Bancroft were Sunday guests at the Edward Behnkendorf's. Mr and Mrs Don Kinne were Sunday afternoon visitors. EvaBanwart Rytes May 27 At West Bend ' Funeral services fori Mrs Fred Banwarl, 45, 'lifetime West Bend resident, were held'-Friday, May 27, at .2 at West Bend Methodist church with .the Rev. Robert Williams officiating. Burial was in 'the West Bend cemetery, with the. 1 Schellhammer funeral home in : charge. : Mrs Bariwart died at her home near West Bend, last Tuesday afternoon after a long illness. The former Eva Barber, daughter of Edwin and Jessie Barber, she was" born May 25, 1914.' She attended the- West Bend schools and married- Fred Banwart on Nov. 14, 1938, at Algona. Surviving are her husband; three children, Donald, a student at Iowa State University in Ames, and Albert and Dolores at home; her parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin Barber of West Bend; and two sisters, Mrs Rank Gerdes of Dakota City and Mrs Albert Helle of Humboiat, 1 ' M> Mrs Ernesf Hutchison is leaving soon for a vacation in California Where she will hef brothers. < —o— Mrs Coleen Baruy enieriained at a family gathering Sunday m honor of the graduation of her son, Dick from Garrigan high school. Mr arid Mrs Lowell Lenz and Maradee, former residents, now of Garner, were Thursday evening to attend the high school commencement. Mr and MM W, E. Bef(rdsl6y and Tom and Jane of Lincoln, Neb. sp'ent t^ie Memorial Day weekend here with Mrs Beardsley's mother, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. —o— Mr and tyw H. M. Hpnsbruch and Mr and Mrs Dean.Parrott spent Memprial day at jAurelia where both famines have relatives. Mr an,d Mrs Irwin Malueg and Diane and .Jean. spein\ the Memorial day weekend' at Pipestone, Minn, with Mrs' Maleug's brpth- er-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs W. ty. Geering ha,d' as thek' guests oyer Memorial day, their son-in-law and da,ughter, Rev. and Mrs E." P. Black' and" family of Spencer. Bill Finn, Ed Hough, Herman Platt, and- Defp Welp, theU^ttei of B,aflcroft, returned Wedpes- day ,ffom a few days fishing trip to the Algona cottage at -Cass Lake, Minn. , • Sandra.Bay is .home the University -'of ' South Dakota having completed, her .freshman year and is spending the- summer $±l_ I __.. A « > 4.r* , 1Ul* rt TM-I R/Tl*l Mr and ylrl, with - her parents, Melvin ,Bay. ',' Bapjtisms recen^l^ at St. „ . lia's Catholic church were Jan Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Kajewski; John Ronald, son of ;. Mr and Mrs Ronald Gerber and Lyle John, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Erpelding. ' —o— Wes Bartlett,. Rev. end Mrs Newton Coughenour, and Dr. and Mrs Louis Preul will attend the North Iowa Annual Conference of the Methodist church at Marshalltown, Jui^e 12. through 16. Sharon DeGrooie; at Mrs Wesley Hardy, f at <Mr and Mrg K, • ^. for Pat; at Mr and Mrs B"OL iams, for Marijane, and, Mr- !hd Mrs R. B. Waller, lor Pamv Mr arid Mrs Merle '£f% children have moved ftf Lake to the house of Katherine McMurray farm''' highway 18$' Merle is Irnplo, in the advertising department of the Algorja. Des Moines. J, 'United Presbyterian women's eh-clfes in^et) ThlJU- as follows': (Jircle' Earl-Miller, hos Mrs Patil McNeil and. les Pierce r cp-hq?t&sd B, 1:30, Mrs'Gprdon f . ess; Mrs Fred Geigel. .,. Sarah Geige^, co-^tesses;;-ft ( gram, Mrs 'Robert Richtery, Ci cle C, 1:45, Mrs Harry Mc3^ ray,' hostess; Mrs L: 'Sabln, ',„._. _ Mattie McWhorter;,, Program, Mrs 'A. -S~ Huetthdjd. Circle D:, Mrs^Art Krause, hpsfr- ess; MrS 'HenTy Lund^ co-host.-. 1 """il?" ^£ r i bacher, DWne4 t Goetz, Maty ''Aft ma Goe£z,.pi Haverly, ThomaS' . lanne Kunz, Michael , Lidktllg, Cecelia Pfeffetj .Ladp«na PJathe, Richard Reisihg, .Constance, Rich' 'ter, Gerald •« i -'^- i '- *"^^ , Studer, Dennis Yottflglyirth ahd 'Larry YoungWirth. > , if I Change In Hours Beginning Sunday, June 5, the First Baptist church Sunday School will begin at 9 a.m. and morning .worship service at 10 a.m. This change will be in effect for the three summer months. HONORED J. Edwin Sundberg of Madrid was presented a certificate recently in recognition of more than 50 years service as a funeral director, and embalmer by the Ipwa Convention of Funeral Directors and Embalmers. C.D.A. Meeting The ti.D.A. held its' meeting « ^u TV 4. T May 25. An election of officer! eresthus °f.-* e .-^ sn ^^v«sSh«ad: Pauline ' Pfeffer re church wiJMeaye Sunday. ^^tW' "grand regenlr 'Mildred Arndorfer re-elected vice gent; Rosemary Dornbier: A reelected financial secretary;/ llil-. 'dred Fox Studer, elected'trea^ surer; Jean Studer, historian; :. Rev- Edsel Isaacson and Mr* Anne theran „ . for Rock Island, 111. where they will be delegates to the Centennial Syod of th'e Augustana Lur theran .church. , —o — Program, Mr O. B. Harm.< Charles Mullin Resigns Post, Corwith-Wesley Wesley — Charles Mullin signed a contract recently as elementary principal in the Britl grade school.. The appointment is subject to his release by the Corwith-Wesley school board Which is expected. Mr Mullin, who has been at Wesley fpr 17 years, superintendent of the former Wesley Independent district, became assistant in the new Community Cor 7 with- Wesley school' two years ago. He has been in charge of the Wesley unit of six grades. Mr and Mrs Mullin plan to move to Britt this summer and she will continue' teaching com? mercial in the Corwith-Wesley school. They have one son James, who graduates from Drake University in Des Moines this June. • Grade Pr^Jttoiion , . Promotion,, exercises, for the Corwith" - Wesley Jttnidr^ -high school were, held in "the Wesley school auditorium- '^ednescUiy evening, May' 25. ' ". Rev. Robert Jones ga've the in* vocation and Charles- Mullin reviewed the 'l&59'19dO school year. ,&•/ Pa& , •pri thd 16$a Jsdu/ lopment jests. trough, Lqrrfe; ^ •Diane Robinspn ' played'Ji flute 'trip. ./ -y **' ,'The Prpmttti6h/4aare'ss^!. < Mea- surihg Your Progress", By' Hey. 'Samek of 4 v Ejedyard." Seyehtfi grade" sextet sang,' "True- Lpv.e," Fred Will of Corwith,'. chalri man 01 thei, school board,^;pr({: sented the''promotion certificates, °,.' • -ft. . Chfisti, ,6 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Quinn of West Bend, spent .several days over j;he week,en,djin the'Sortie of Only $$.39 Gallon NEWEST e^LORS...GUARANTEED WASHABLE OB MONEY BACK...DBP IN 20 MINUTES! t (ki*» in 20 minutM—no "painty" odor • WJ<fc rppgt 9! *9l«r» Vacation Bible School ai First Congregational church began this morning (Tuesday) and will continue each morning through June" 10. Department heads are M;rs Dale Heeren, Mrs Orville Kinden and Mrs Raymond Reid. Sue LaBarre is home from Iowa State University at Ames foi 1 the summer vacatioh with her parents, Mr and Mrs Don Ferris. Sue will, bo employed by the park board here in the summer recreational program. The annual meeting of Fiist Congregational ' church will be Thursday evening, June 2. A 6:30 pot-luck dinner will precccd the business session at which report's will be given, officers elected and a budget adopted for the coming year. Mr and Mrs Robert Brown became the parents of their first child, a son born Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Brown is the former Paula Gerike. Grand^ parents of the new baby are Mrs Lorcn Brown and Rev. and. Mrs G. J. C. Gerike. — o — Circle D. of the Presbyterian church is having guest coffee Friday morning and afternoon at the home .of Mrs Arthur Krause. Guests are invited to inspect the progress on the new church building and then stop ;n for coffee between the hours of 9 and 11 a.m. and 2 and 4 p.m. Robert Psirrjsh left Sunday tor Indianapolis to attend the Indianapolis 500 race us a prize for salesmanship from the Firestone Co. Mrs Parrish went to Des Moines to visit the daughter, Giiy who is cgnyaU' from polio at the home of her grandmother. — o— Vic Seely arrived home from Iowa SUite University at Ames Thursday for the sumnier vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely. Vic plans to work oji h,is uncle's farm this summer and ylso atterid R.O.T.C. Marjorie XBill) Goetz, mpnitor,' Coleen Stiver, prophetess; Mary Joyce Haverly^ 'lefcturer; Elaine Downs, organist; Madonna Stu^ der, sentinel. Helen Youngwirth and Clara Haverly reelccte'd tp executive board, whose other members are Lizzie Hildman, Nell Frimml, Mae Garman, Josie Lickteig. Maud, Mary Bode and Anastasia Richtsmeier were an the nominating committee. Servers at the meeting were Emma Olson, Minnie Studer, Erina Kunz, Elainci Downs and Pauline Pfeffer. On the entertained committee were Marjorie Becker, Florence- Hildman, Mary Krieps, Mary Orthel, Genevieve Goctz and Viola Kollasch. Following the business meeting bridge and 500 was played. Mary Forburger and Vi Sludei 1 won, high and low score prizes in bridge and Fra.ncis Weber and Jpsie'Gouge in 500. her , Quujn family.' .-'•''•, \ Mrs Howard' Funhemark* ' ;Will teach Mathematics . in ' the 4 |Eor- with -.Wesley CommUnity school this year., ""* ,' . • ,*" . 'Two i, hundred and • twenty .-five youngsters -of St. Joseph'? par* ochial ^chool Sen joyed *,a. / Ri dinner in 'the .parish hall' May 25, closing th'e school ;ye'ar. '•• ' Mr ahd 'Mrs Cliff 'Anfinson- entertained at' a buffet supper May 20 in honor of Joan Miner's graduation from" Corwith — school. Guests Were JDr. and Mrs H. H. Raney and Jim, Mr. and Mrs Lester Larson, Mr and 'Mrs Victor Loebig of ' Wesley; Gary Miner of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Bob Wilson, Mr and Mrs E. L. Attwell and Ed Anfinson all ftfelt- William's of Mr taet ' Ladies .Aid jT28twith Mrs Ivan Jbhh^ MrS Hbwafd Fuhnemark at the chufch. FfeShman class .of .Corwith - Wefle'y school heid'a picnic May 24 iri thfe sehofll dining room and attended, a, shojv . in Algona tEat r afterfi5on." ' t ' Mr and ~Mfi , Joe - StUdesr and family. Wet6 May aSjuestS, in the hom6 tff their dadgKter ahd family, i ' Welliks at'BWtt in honor ' : 6i tHe" -fifet* Holy , Com- munlen ,of *Mike'. Welliit and Susan Welllk's 6th birthday. The Christian. Mothers will meet Wednesday evening? June 1. The American* Lajgien, Auxiliary wifi^Jn'eif "Thursday , e ve- u^ii*i ^ii±i H** i i * f*» nTiifi JU4| 2! , . ,-Mr attd. Mrs Louis Lidkteig •feft May' 23 'for 'Grfeeley, Kan. ,to ; attend, the ' funferal of'her Brother-iii-law, • Aus Kratzburg, Wiifch was" held]mere tyedneS- da'y - motriing.'! jtfhey v relatives' there L days. The Adult"choir,of St.'.Joseph's Catholic church enjoyed'a ban- "(jult, af Algona May '31i; • Their husbainds, and wives!and ' Father- Buckholz were" guests. . ', • •Mrs Ann <R.unz spent last week in, the home of her son, 'J. M. Ituriz'. She attended the graduation of her. grandson, Billy Kunz .'from dofwith, ^ Wesley Community school M#y 20 and the graduation of "her granddaughter, Julianne Kunz from the 8th grade of St. Joseph's parochial. . , y '. .-• • 'Mr ,-and: Mrs'^, M. JCxpiz'and fanjfly,'*his''rdotherj Mrs Ann Kunz o'fDes MoiiieSjand'JHenry Shpres were' May; 22 guests in -the Frank ^Vlatern home near firitt. ^ Mrs 'Jim Reisiflg fevntered Mercy f . hospital, - jMas'on City, May 23 and Tuesday morning had surgery, Sh'e| is the 'former tCh'atlene ''Downs,. Daughter of Mr ahd Mrs Ed Qowns. The 2% months old baby .Jeffrey James is, being", carfed .fpr^byj tHe? grandparents, ! the Ed''Ppw 4 ns*and the Andrew t 'ReiMngs.' t -Mrs * Downs spent several days with her Treasure Hunt Specials ! * . ; ' '• ; - /I '".''' '••"•. Redwood Picnic tables 95 Completely set up, seats 6 ease. Fully collapsible for winter storage. See our display. ^ Stoeber Hardware Where You're Always Welcome HtNFON, IOWA camp. Mrs Lepta has ^turn ed to, speud the summer at her home here. S.he has been .visit- int! her son and family, the Bud ilulpins at Boonc and the daugh.U'i- and son-in-law, the Bob Kuhns at Ankeny. The JSuhos brought her to and spt'ut the Mvnwrial day, weekend here. ^Parties Thursday §cbool Registration On May 13 registration was held at St. Joseph's school fur the first graders of next year. The following rpgistcred: Maria Cink, Dwight Dornbior, Teresa Eiscnbacher, Mary Kathleen Haverly, Joann Hughes, Patrick Hughes, Jiyncs Kpllasch ; Daniel Kunke'i, Jolene Lallier, Beverly Laubenthal, Virginia Muehe Franklin Rasnuisscn, Andrew Reisiog, Mark RJchttT and Dale Studer. Have Bqby Son A boy was born May 15 to Mr and. Mrs Virgil Kunkel of Bancroft at St. Ann Tiospilal, Al- t'ona. Mrs Kvmkel is the fynnei Ruth Hauptm^n, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman. The younc couple now have a family of six boys and two girls. Wed In East Walter H. Smith, son of Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith of Wesley, and Sally Irene Carr, dau {•liter of Mrs Preston Carr o: Chicopee Falls, Mass, were mar ried Saturday, May 28. at 2 p.m in the MKhodist church ii A reception wil 5 from 1 to ! mencement exercises were at Mr iiiu'1 Mrt, Simmoiio. tor Chicopee Falls. be held June o'clock in the Methodist churcl in Wesley. They will live in Massuchusett where he is serving in the ai force. ' Graduation Held Graduation exercises were htl in 'St. Joseph's Ca'.holic chord for 23 eighth graders at 7;30 p.m Thursday. May 26. The graduates were Victor! Arndoiier, Joyce Becker, fcjylvi White Jacket. .. Lawn Fencing 48^ fven Top - 39c Lin, Ft. ^6" Even Top - 34c Lin. Ft. 18" Even Top - 20c Lin. Ft, Redwood Lgwn Fencing 2 x 4's r 2 x 6's, 4 x 4's And 1x6 Redwood Boards. on •M") , Posts 26c Lin. F». Rails IQc to 2Qc Lin. Ft. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. So. Phillips $t., Algona CY 4-2619 TWO DAYS ONLY! . SKELGAS ELECTRIC CONSOLATION CHEST FREEZER 15,9 Cu. Ft, $21995 11 Cw. 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