The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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8-AlQono (lo.) Upper DOT Molnw Thurtdoy, April 16, 1949 Helen Comfort Named To Office Helen Comfort, school lunch room manager at Algona high school, was elected vice president of the Iowa School Food Association during that organization's annual convention at Des Moines Saturday, April il* /A total of 500 persons attended the meeting. Miss Comfort will sewe as vice president during the 1956*80 school year. Mrs Edna Mitchell, Mrs Ida Chism, Mrs Ellen Marshall and Mrs Mary OlsOn, assistants of Miss Comfort, also! attended the convention. QUALITY SUPREME!! The all Important jacket dress in our smart Mardt-. Gras Linen fabric coordinated withfl beautiful silk print. The dress is ono piece with a two-piece look and is tied'with a bow at the,neck. The loose fitting jacket is lined With silk print and smartly detailed. Fashion's newest shades s , -.;- • • HALF SIZES » $45.98 > CHRISCHILLES Yum! YUM! And Easy On The Pocketbook 12 MAD, MAD HOURS 9 AM. TO 9 P.M. FRIDAY, APRIL 17 Reg. 13c VALUE FINN'S BAKERY ALSO - GALLON OF DELICIOUS ICE CREAM 1.32 105 Named To Honor Roll in 3rd Quarter A total of IDS Junior high and high school students of the Algona Community School District have been namfed to the honor roll following completion of the third quarter. Eighth and tenth grades slip- 4 plied the largest number of honor students, 24 each. The seventh grade was next with 22. Here are the honor students by grade: Seventh grade — Douglas Davidson, Michael.Graham, Jim Johnson, Jerry Raney, Richard Slobe, Marilyn Black, Jodie Chally, Judy Churchill, Nancy Cole, Betty Holt, Barbara Kuch- enreuther, Colleen Lawson, Eileen Lawson, Marlys Lupkes, Marilyn MJller, Susanna Moore/ Kay Moulton, Judy Munger, Patty Price, Sally Scobba, Delthea Shierk and Sally Steele. Eighth grade — Bucky Buchanan, Gary Colwell, Marvin Eisenbarth, Alan Holt, Richard* Hulchins, Lance Johnson, Gary Kelley, John Phillips, Dick Pratt,"" John Schutter, David Skogstrom> Tom Waller,-Jack Williams, Kay Agena, Rutlj Benschoter, Chafyl Cook, Jane J'aber, Carol Kenvon Dianne Malueg, Linda Percival, Sharon Smith, Judy Willrett, Joan Ward and Marilyn Skow, Freshmen — Roger Batt, Larry Braun, Larry Kuchenreuther. Lynn KUeck, Douglas Medin, Jackie Rowley, Susan Schultz, Charles Streit and Brigilta Whittemore. * Sophomores — Karen Alt, Gary Angle, Kathy Bay, Harriet Benschoter, Bill Bourne, Mary Broesder, Carl Danielsen, Glennda Gabrielson, Karen Haase, Sandra Hakes, Richard Heinen, Larry Klein, Rosemary Medin, Donna Patton, Robert Percival,' Sherry Read, Barbara Reinders, Jim Richardson, Joyce Riebhoff, Car4 olyn Rochlegu, Roberta Schwendemann, Louise Skow, Jack Vipond and Eugene Wittkopf. Juniors — Janice Bode, Pat Cowan, Phil Egel, Ben Herbst, Cheryl Immerfall, Jim Johnson, JoAnn Klemm, Michael McNeill, David Passmore, Pam Waller and John Wilson. Seniors *— Jeanette Bjustrom» Nola Gatton, Linda Hansen, Joel Harris, Deloris Helmers, Sue LaBarre, Marvin Mller, Judy O'Brien, Sandra Phillips, Tom Porter, Judy Rovn, Verna Schmitt, Linda Smith, Mariana Steele and Carole Wittkopf. Academy Senior Play On Friday • Novelty has been added to the presentation of St. Cecelia's Academy's senior class play, "The People vs. 'Maxine Lowe", which will be presented Friday night, April 17, in the Algona high school) auditorium. • Each member of the Algona Bar Association has been served I with a subpoena (a legal instru I ment demanding appearance) in the form . of a complimentary ticket to the production. A special section of seats is .being reserved for, the -group of lawyers, New Manager ftf ' * " A ., ~ft ' XT ^I Ron Mtxik,* y ••-• The new manager of 'the S & L store here, Ron Mock, shown above, comes <by his 16ve for fishing (which he seldomvgets a chance to do) naturally* - He was born, raised and attended school at Brainerd', - Minn. ''* Ha arrived, in • Algona to assume hid new position last Week.' • Mr Mock plans to move h!s family, Including his wife, Flora,and sons, Tom, 4, and G^ry, 3, to s Algona soon, Ron joined the S & L organiza-; lion immediately after 1 his high school days and has been with it since. He spent two .years at Grafton, No. Dak., then^, was transferred to Jamestown, No.' Dak,, where he has been located for the past 4Vfc years. He was named manager here to replace Lloyd Dornfeld, who was manager here for about a year and a half. Dpriifeld was transfered to Des Moines. (UDM' Polaroid Foto - Engraving) is een*e$ToWed duriftg fKe W : Apru .at **m r *tit aftd -Ve*6 mm Gityt April .11, .We __„ Pedersen, 0ea ftfiet L. Wetferling, derald Sfni% ,» ,. Phyllis ' O'DofineiT, 'fttjtk, _, ij-B . s _ - * Kathy Prothntari : Speech Winner A St. Cecelia's Academy senior-. tfcathy Prothmaft, woft 1 rating in 1 the" finals/ speech contest held at, „._— Sunday, A participant "in -the field of radio speaking, 'Miss Prothman used an original script. She was the only contestant irt radio speaking to receive a 1 rating by each of -,the three judges. 4 ; "'".-. Kathy. the daughter of Mf and Mrs William Prothman, Algona Bishop Joseph M."'Muelfer „ of ^theii? Were ^ theif ^ dr6h afld'otntf-li, , §eafed wltft tile was Mr* Uuttdh's Ruth Dtittofl, 94<, fJ !'!-' K, ViVift;'Diittbftl hotio!? -Mrs Afl.atftit, Mrs was guest book, Mrs Ira fcuttan opened- th& giftei Mrs Walltiee 4 .McArthur and Mrs Florence SchtehtFpdurea ahd ' Mrs Hehry JohanfiSett and RUssell Cook served the ( anniver sary c&ke. Mrs Wayne <ScMchll t " Linda Nelson: 'and GwVtteth -Mrs • -. Button born- in , a i, Mhcfc&oli, April at 'the £{ttscoi&i thurefc Jit Al 'Program is t^lalfted irif C. cr irifwatf, chairman/. Make, Preservations With Mrs JohfTScmilterV Atgdrta, or 'Mrs S; P.'.FrMericfcsofc, Burt. fay ' * r <• A State Music Contest, will held at -Burt ' Friday ; atid < SatuK, / AjsriWl? and 18.- "Small groups '-and ;soloists':-fr'om k 17 " * * ,h|i; UVWWJWWWW^^ Ex-Farmer At Lone Rock Dies Austin Jackson, about 80; ; at one time a farmer on land now owned by Gethus Gross south of Lone Rock, died in Marshall, .Minn. He had been in the-hos^ pital for six weeks. He is the uncle of Lester Weisbrod, Fenton implement dealer, who is attending funeral services today. Adams Hits 645 Series In A.B.C. Tourney, St. Louis Ed Adams rolled a'nifty 645 series on lines of 223, 196 and 226 with the Hamm's Beer team of Algona at the American Bowling Congress Tournament'at'St. Louis last weekend. The tourney will wind up soon. Adams assured himself of some of the prize money from the kitty with his series. He wound up 'with a 1679 total in all events. ' ,The team rolled a 2576 series total? Whitey Voigt had 1 564',- Or-' val Hakes 503, Ed Adam 518, John Intermill 477 and Hank Geilenfeld 514. In the doubles event", Voigt ' and Julie Baas totaled 1078, Intermill and Geilenfeld 1013, Hakes and Adams 1001. ' Voigt had 524, Hakes 501,- G'ei- lonfeld 479, Intermill 454 and Baas 450 in singles; and' Voigt had 1646, Hakes 1489, Intermill •1481 and Geilenfeld 1456. in-all events. 1 L s ' < • Girl Scouts At Bluffs Conclave Algona Senior Girl Scouts participated in the Western Iowa Senior Scout Conference Friday and Saturday at Council Bluffs. Attending were - Kathy Feas.ter,' Sue LaBarre, Siri Norton and Barbara Reinders. Mrs (Richard, Norton and Mrs Robert C. LaBarre accompanied, the group. , Sue" LaBarre was Algona' presentative on the Steering Committee, a group of nine girls who planned this year's conference and Siri Norton is the new member of the committee for next year. Special Values During Friday's 12 MAD HOU Your old Refrigerator is worth $200 Traded in pri a New 13Vi cu. ft. PHILCO SUPER MARKETER REFRIGERATOR , FREEZER e i -'A Here's the new way to keep foods handier and better. A full-size automatic defrost refrigerator and a full r size zero freezer ALL IN ONE. And you've never seen so m$ny useful features ,.. ifs "woman-designed." ^ SPECIAL USED ITEM 1 jPhibo Wringer Washer Less than 1 year old -* $60.00 Wfe f a Kofrfqeration Iffp^'^f^R^;' " i 1 - >-!"• Sfrv — fr'/flpp, .• ' t , „ ' • '^ : 1 ' Are you Expecting? See this fine selection of matern* |ty dresses at THE CHRISCHIUES STORE. Wear them now and throggh the symmer, Fine nov iron cottons •— some sleeveless. Sizes 10-19, Prices $$,9|B $14,98. Dress pictured above — $9.98. CHRISCHILLES f> day -« - . - . iEi'Witt Schwietert and : i^fent K> Algofli -Mort* at'St." AniK.' LuVerfte^speM a few her paffehte, y « . .'- - HOEB ' ' " ,•-',* ' ~~ Playtime — Lasting Comfort J It. • ', *i w '•! \ Children's Sizes 5-11 Larger Sizes - $1.69 A Whole rdck. of .fcdies'"Spring Blouses. Many Styles, Many Colors Spring Weddings . . . i Brightly Formal W' Handsomely correct and so com*; fortable. You'll find our formal rental- service, convenient econ| omical, too. 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