The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1960 · Page 16
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.1 •'•-!!'' jfe J tuiiidayy May 31, MO ifi«efltiy I chldicis,* all about three weeks old Tp^'BtiiliUnl Was heated by a ke*es4ft« (burning broader stove "••Jrty»ijfirft-ilLi fr-n,%iinii.ifi^i mil tJUjrnSd 460 i tfOT* Cl«sltildt f»t? 0fr (dtndi SUMMER A WONDERFUL HOWS Til C JCE CAPADES ENTERTAINMENT WITM, IOtl '' t WrMUES UA TAB HUNTER GISELE MACKENZIE YOURHOSr CRAIG STEVENS SEE IT THURSDAY NIGHT 8:30 P.M. JUNE 2 IliCWll^ LiNG'ICOLdR UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION Lakofa Faculty Picnics To End School Year Lakoia — Lakota school teachers and th6 school janitors and their families held a picnic at the Swea City Park. Present were Supt, and Mrs John Cook; Don and Carmen, Mr and Mrs V. A, Barret, Clare and Cherpld/ Mr and Mrs Clnyton Helvick, Mr and Mrs Donald Peterson and Mike, Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson and children, Mr and'Mrs Don Christ, .Miss Weldin, Miss Strattman, Mrs Gollinghorst Miss Torrence, Mr and Mrs Duane Jensen, Mr and Mrr Orvick'and family, Mrs Deim, Mrs Mattison, Mr McMullen, Mrs Thorland, Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Rieffer and Mr Henry Mitchell 2 School Vacancies Only two teachers are yet to be hired for the coming school year 1960-61 in the Lakota schools. Needed are an eighth ?rade teacher and an additional high school teacher. Latest tc be signed to return are Mrs Don Christ as vocal music instructor, Miss Duane Jensen for second grade • and Miss Cleo Weldin, high school English instructor. Mrs Mabel Mattisor will return as remedial readinf instructor in the grades. •wvW.' ift BotfeW Elected Band Queen Miss Karen Price, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Price, has 'been elected by the school band to be the Lakota candidate for Miss North Iowa at the' Band Festival, June 14, in Mason City. She is active in mixed chorus, girl's glee club, secretary of the band, junior class president and member of the student council. She has been in class plays and was attendant for the homecoming queen. She is on the annual staff, is a forward on the girls basketball team and cheerleader. Her father is a local farmer. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Paul Apkn announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Saundra Apka, to Wayne Johnston, son of Mr and- Mrs James Johnston, '.Siv tof i Earth, Minnr A June '16; ding is planned. * •* * At Rochester Nuptials Relatives from this area who attended the wedding of Juanita Lester and Howard Heikcs in Rochester were Mr and Mrs Jerry Miss Dorothy Bormann, Bode, was among seniors who graduated from -Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa,' on May 28. ; Miss Bormann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Bormann is a graduate of St. Joseph's High School in Bode. At Clarke she majored in Spanish. Her future plans include studying for her Master's degree in Spanish. The Most Reverend.Lee Binz, D.D., Archbishop of Dubuque, conferred degrees at the Clarke Commencement, and the' Most Reverend v James Casey, '. D.D. Bishop of Lincoln, Neb.,' gave the address.' , . ' The Con Bpyd, fattiily ViMtett recently at ;tlte; J^ald;; home 1ft •I s dnlefdy7-./- In hing they attended .a,; couples.frbm the E.'arid Ri dhttrch of which the fioy'dC,were. fbrnifer members; , •.. ".•;',.„. : "V.^-..fc^-.,^ Mrs August/Klocke and','; ivtrp Lena Schwarz atteride"d : commencement exercise's at the, Swea City School Monday : for their grandson, Lavern Klocke,v son of the Walter Klockes. ' Otherfi present were the John V. Dornbush family, • Mrs Fred Mabus the Ervin Schwarz the Sidney Paynes family and the Bartolo family. » •' ' Mr and_ Mrs Otto Hertzke and Mark visited their son arid brother, Steven, -at 1 the Martin Luther school in ^Beatrice, Neb. over, the Weekendi: ? -' h The Alfred 2ielsides 6f Swea City were eyehing callers at the Richard' Zielske home. : • Rev. and Mrs Harlan KTruse were guests of ihe Wils6> Bracks . honoring Roger on his graduation. They • were ; . also guests of the Vernons Smiths . ^ Mr ;afid ! Mfs ; ol<r' f^eaton of •SItfiffl ; r;.w^?'^iE$eent xyisitors at the fttime ' o! : tWir dMgrijife and family^ the itenifef Bdsmaj?. /: Mt^itM: Mrs;;Lioyd Dfosser of Arties were ,• luhdhebrt guests at the Jehri Cook Home. vMi? lesser '.WaS a former Strpt. o£ Schools at ;Swea City. ; ',"','!,.,',',' // " ' ' Demonstration Teams Named, St Joe 441 ,,.':. St. Joe --The St, Joe Trojans 4-H ciiib.met May '25 at the home of • .^Kenneth Bormann. Nickie Erpelding and Hayriibhd Erpeld- ihg -'Will represent ; the club as the • junitir demonstt'ation team. Mike - McGuire,' Ronald Illg, Howard -'Kohlhaas and Kenneth Bormann will be the senior 'demonstratioh • teams. Cheryl Fhurmarin gave a> demonstration nrid Ronald Illg gave a talk Lunch was served by Mrs Ed Heetland, Mrs Henry Olthoff, Mrs Ray Becker,-all of Lakota. Mrs Francis Stenberg, the George Ennen family, Mrs Robert Rippentrop and the Henry -Ennens of Elmore, the Roy Ennens ot Lone Rock, the Lavern Risius of Buffalo Centdr, the Larry Petersons of Fairmont,'; Mrs /'Rena Steenhard,. Johnny and Raymond and the August Dontjes of Swea City. : . PERFECT GIFTS for the GRADUATE or for DAD on FATHER'S DAY Transistor Radios What a perfect gift for the graduate ... or dad on Father's Day,, for any event for that matter. Ideal for picnics, at the pool, parties and out-of-doors anywhere, Some are small enough to fit in your purse but large enough for true volume and tone. Operate up to 1 '/a years on one set of batteries. STARTING AT $ 22.95 by ADMIRAL or MOTOROLA 40 to Choose from in All Styles and Colors TOM'S RADIO & TV CY 4-4469 Attend Baptism ' The Nick Thomsen family, Mrs Rex Larson and Monty attended baptism ceremonies for Deborah Marie Dickman, at- the Trinity Lutheran Church at Welconit Minn. Mrs Larson was a sponsor, They were dinner .Quests qjterwards at_ the. Dohgld'Dicn.- man home 'at jTriraorifej?. Mrs Dickman is a niece of the Thorn- sens and a cousin of Mrs Larsen. INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS COST 16 o LESS Hermann. < ' '..}'•' ":'•'•"• Mrs Art Kohlhaas entered .her 500 club Monday, with Mr? How* a'rd Bofniann'BS guest. ; Pfize| were awarded *td <mts.mwia Plathe, Mrs Cterentfe Bprmafifi and Mrs' Celmef Plathe; ;; •: ;'; Mrs" Ed Bormann „ entertained the R-Nu Club TuesdaJ* afterrtoph with Mrs Peter Kirsch, Mrs Nicholas Weydert and Mrs Ralph Reding receiving/prizes., . C. D, of. A. Mother-Caughter aneea, une ; 14/ih St, Joseph's hall with $'l Knight* ^f /'CoWmbtw committee^ in charge of pr^arihg and serv- 'Whiftembte ; lrtd;:fMrwand Mrs- Bill $a_k£«f;.;WsWgterlpo were' "*"'"" in the — Upper- Des Moines Pub. Co. ( New 8ehl Blower ,9-inch pipe,2 trough sizes WITH It's a matter of record. As of June, 1959, the per- mile cost of modern Asphalt construction on Iowa's Interstate Highways was 16.8% less than comparable .cement construction. Both stand up equally well, and modern Asphalt costs no more to maintain. If you or your organization would like more details on this important issue, just send a request to the address below. ASPHALT PAVING ASSOCIATION OF IOWA 72O Grand Avenue • DOB Moines. Iowa This is the blower with all the ne.w.ideas! pirect drive PTO at 540 RPM and optional step-up drive at 760 RPM. Get either the 10-foot trough for any side or rear-unloading wagon or the 3-foot trough for side-unloading. The 9-inch pipe adjusts to many angles, handles up to 45 , . • .tons of corn silage per hour. Combination apron and auger feed licks clogging. Completely mobile on per• maneht wheeled transport. Come ifi.and See this new , Gehl Blower, first—get our deal on "the finest PTO blower you can buyl . GEHL You con'f beat GM's lower price ros. IN AIGONA Ann Hobinson, accompanied bj Jier nephew, Woodrow Ellswort! left for Hayvvard, Wis. where they visited until Saturday with frif-nds at Teal Lake Lodge Woodrow Ellsworth remainec there where he will be employed throughout the summer. Mrs Henrietta Dontje of Ledyard was a recent cuiier at UK home of Mr and Mrs Bert Geer des. Mr and Mrs L 1 '. A, Nitz attended Baccalaureate services at mi Lcdyurd school. Their t'rand daughter, Paula Kay Nitz wa. nmong the graduates. Miss Joyce Underkoflcr o! Bruinnrd, Minnesota, recently visited her uncle, Walter Leslie The John Hoeppners of Calu net spent several days visitim with their son and family, the 3uidelte Hoeppners. ; "Mrs Art Lester accompanied Mr and Mrs Vance Lester anc Juanita, Mr and Mrs Edmunc .ester and Sandra, Duane Lester and Howard Ileikes all of Roch ester, Minn." to Booue when hey attended the funeral ser vices for Mrs Lem Letter, mother of Vance Lester and a sister n-law to Mrs Art Lester. Mrs H. D. Mussman, Mrs Waler Roscnau and Mrs Earl 'Paulson were guests at the W.S.C.S j meeting at the Methodist church in Lcdyard. Sunday guests at the W. C Vodraska home were- the Tom Asdic, and the Wilbur Asche families. The Marcus Rippenlrop fam» ily of West Des Mcjinc-i- and O. J. and Joe Ilippentrop were Sunday dinner guests at thft Ronald Heetland home, Mr and Mrs Raymond Hertzke returned home Sunday after o week vacation visiting their daughter, Shelda at Kansas City and a trip through the Ozark country. Mr and Mrs John Konstant of Twin Brooks, So. Dak. were recent visitors at the Elmer Haas home. They also visited at the Cary Meyers, Albert Sleper and Donald Gangstee homes. Mrs Otto Hertzkc, Mrs Maynard Hcrtzke and Mrs James Meurer went on a chartered bus tour, sponsored by the Farm Bureau to Minneapolis B'riday. Places visited were the Grain Exchange, the Art Center and they attended Cinerama in. the afternoon. The Robert Beemer family, Dr. and Mrs R. L. 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