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£ /^ ^•^v ?•\ - ^%f *?i%\ ;, * «» *AU* B ** auyauvuif UUB vitur*' ity the Algont h*igh'school band to raise funds to lihaftceva' trib tts ,. Sheridan, Wyo. ;/ for thit city's fbdeo, July 17* iS'aftdrl&t - ; .First of all, it's a 16t ofjfutfand "4§h interesting trip, which is ,v*att6U't' all the'reason needed — Vlnd.the kids are doing it them -"---• '--The Sheridan ftodeo l. the "world's largest work *u«,«,» ""'''"•" About 300 Contestants cowboys 'cowboys - take part. ?tw, vc>$^ u* 1 tJ^-^Vff^ IfitttM , IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1*59 SECTIONS ta 24 PAGES f»lui 12 Pa§«* fttttat gtttttr* VOL. 96 - NO, LakofaWoman AtkHfj In Court Case Aft accident',at- -Zfi - - —» »"»•»•• ej»« uu* V..K-W* WMW1WWV* ..f Plaintiff In tfie ca& is" Edith Jtf. ,&re restricted to five counties in Montana and seven counties in .Wyoming,- alPin, the real "cattle 'cotintry. •' } ' X Sheridan 'sits at the,foot of, the Big Horn Mountains. And both the Cheyenne and Croft -Indian reservations are just north of Sheridan... in fact tho~ site 'Of .Citeter's Last Stand at the'Little Big Horn is only a short distance away, a national monument. * * * . There are about 85 members in the Algona band. They would make the Sheridan trip by'bus. with a stopover in the Black Hills — and considerable publicity for Algona, along the w*y. The band, of course, would participate in the program, ' Next week Friday;.May 22, is "Band Day" with various' plani ' of raising funds for the band-to be usedi The band will stage a parade at 1 p.m. At 8 p.m. there will be an auction at the corner of State & Dodge streets, with proceeds, going to the band Rodeo Fund. A check for 10 percent of ,-all local'retail 1 display advertising in the Upper Des Moines next week (May ,21 issue), will be donated by this paper to the Rodeo Fund. * * * Our mail bag brings, a nolo from Hulda Fritzerheier, a Lu- Verne woman now connected with Dakota Wesleyan's faculty at Mitchell, S. p. , enclosing a clipping, from the Mitchell Daily . Republic, containing a reprint of a recent Woman's World column in-the Upper Des Moines. All of us know "chiselers" bui where did the word come from ? ilt,seems*.,that, in medieval times there wei?e Some who used a cold ng Joins ,< f » Sehro'eder, Lakota. Named as the dtefendanfc i is Sophie Ellsworth;also of Lakota., . . ** <' The 'plaihtiff claims .that-she was ort ji Lakota sidewalk when a tar-dHven by,$the "'defendant came over the ,°60rb and 1 struck her, inflicting several injuHes. A jury trial is asked.^ l ,.. • Herman Geilenfeldi ?Fentou, who was" given a parole in disc ric£ cour't.here last Agril 0, of » one-year term In Fort,Madison peftiteniary on a < charge of false drawing And uttering of n bank check, fourth offense, 'Will now erve the term. His parole,w ordered revoked May 12. A divorce action was filed'in district court by Bernadine Mc- 3onough,, Algona, naming Joseph L. McDohough as defendant. He s now serving a term at Ft. Madson penitentiary. , The couple married June 20, 953, at Waseca, Minn. They have two children. Custody Of the children is asked by the plaintiff. Mrs Froehlich Of Wesley, 78 Rites Monday Funeral services for Mrs Charles Froehlich, 78,-resident of'the 1 Wesley area for the past 46 years, were held Monday at" 9:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic-church at Wesley with Rev. Buchholtz officiating. Burial was in' the .St. Joseph's cemetery and , Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona wasj in charge of arrangements. T ^ Pallbearers were Paul, , Leon-; ard, .Carl and'Edward Froehlich, John Ricke , and-, Robert Detruck. 7 'iTVfl-wo •"»'irl.n/»i,i:«t.'J:'a5Xif!*»*!XJafe5 i r .Cliff Lorig pictured above) is .the new advertising manager of The Algona Upper Des. Moines. He began work last week, replacing Gerry Metcalf, who joined the national advertising staff of the, Omaha WorldrHer- ald recently. Cliff is married, and his wife is at present in Mason City. They will move to Algona later this month. He had been employed by the Koyenay Engraving Co. of Mason' City prior to taking the job here. Previous to that he was employed on Tnewspateers at Tracy, Minn., Canton, S.D. >and Webster City. His home was originally at Watseka, 111. His wife is a native of Tracy, Minn. Cliff served four years in the U. S. Air, Force, including Far EJastern duty, attended military night school in Japan, Rockhurst College in Kansas City and also the University of Iowa. chisel to clip edges of metal coins. Then they melted and remolded these clippings into new coins .. they became known as ,"chiselers." Anything to make a dis- hOnest buck! • ' * * • What our highways need mos: .today is a beer can tHat can dissolve in the ran, says Dale Ahern of the Decorah Public Opinion. * # * , ,As,soon as a person gets a job he stops looking for work, remarked o'ne local employer. * * * One of the finest compliments paid the "newspapers is the grea mass of publicity and handout releases received in each mai which someone would like to have run free.of charge. The {senders must know the newspapers have, great readership or they wouldnU go to: tlje expense and trouble. ,<'' '-.. *•' , * ; ' : - *,',.'-."; • We told you about the loca fellows who had a standing be • on the T-V fights, one picking the black trunks, the other 'the white trunks, and how they just broke even over the year. Well up at , Fen ton, John Haack and Eldon Duncan have a similar deal - pn T-V, one taking the home team "and the other the visitors, in baseball's Game of the Week.., they break even, too. -/ • * * , * .Group tours of the Union Slough Federal game refu,ge have been popular, reports Harold Burgess, Up to May 9 he had conducted 224 students around ,the waterfowl refuge. The tours usually last about two hours and extend the,six mile length of the refuge which contains 2,077 acres, * * * Through a mishap, an ad for the North Central Public Service Co, (gas company, to you) did not appear in our final issue for April, ; but was allowed-for our May 7 issue as a makeup. One line, of the copy read "with April showers on the way." As we all know, 'April was an unusually •dry month. Within 24 hours after the ad ran May 7, the rains came. Might we offer the thought that Ithis once again proves the won derful suggestive power of ad v^rtising. evening at the Froehlich farm home west of Wesley. ^She^suc* cumbed to a heart ailmehtj'and had been ill for the past two years. • Elizabeth T. Kerber, daughter of William and Elizabeth Lorig Kerber, was bom Feb. -1, 1881 a1 Merna, 111. She was married to Charles Froehlich at Merna Oct. 19, 1904 and the Frpehlichs moved to'a faVm northwest of Wesley'in 1913 and have lived in that area since. Mrs Froehlich was a charter member, of the W es l e y C. D. of A. "and "a-member • of^ St. Joseph's Catholic church there. • Besides her husband,' she is survived by two daughters, Helen (Mrs Eugene Huber), Algona; and' Mrs Marie Ricke, Williams; three sons, Carl Froehlich, Wesley; Edward Froehlich,' Pensacola, Fla.; and John Froehlich, Chicago; two sisters, Mrs Anna Leary, New Jersey; and Mrs Clara Grimes, Merna,-111.; 20 'grandchildren and 14 ' great- grandchildren. Preliminary^ plans-, for a-.tifew' eight-lane bowling. alley, \ which", will b* 'constructed in' 'Alftrtnn this summer were annotirieria Bj Bob Riedel, Algonn, and l Doyle Dailey, Newton, co-owners,'this • week. Exact location of ..the building has not been set, ;, ^ According to, Riedel, whd has operated Algona Lanes here for the. past two years, and Dailey, work on the construction-'of the new layout will begin within a few days and tile alleys 'will bd ready for use in early Septembers All equipment, including "•"•' der»alley ball returns, AMF L T ... . matic pin spotters, complete-air- conditioning and the. new' ellf has,been purchased arid wjlf installed ns the building, whicli will- be 50x130 feet, is being built. i Mr Dailey was born and rai^oc at Bradgate and for the pnstf.tv yenrs'hns owned and operated motel at Newton,. He and his'ftai- ily, including .his'wife,- tfireq ,sons, Tim, 13, Tom, 11, and Terry,' 7, and daughter, Margie 5 plan to move to "Algona as soon ns 'a home can'be found; Riedel and Dailey met while! County Road Crash •4- Cong. Coad Will Speak, Bancroft Congressman Merwin Coad of the Sixth' Co'ngressional district of Iowa . will, speak at the Croft Riedel was in business at Bodc< .theater n Bancroft, beginning' at Saturday, , -.' Coad 'will speak on, agricultural Hegiaiati<Mr«pendinif-j(n("theAaMon,'s 'capitol and also maKe^cflmfnehts' on group bargaining power for Agriculture. ' ' Ore'n Lee Staley of Rea, Missouri, ' national president of the National Farmers Organization (NFO), will share the platform with the Congressman. Staley will devote his time in giving an explanation of the self-help program of collective bargaining for agriculture being promoted in the mid-west grain and livestock area by -the NFO. He has been president of the farm organization since its beginning four years ago. A large crowd is expected from Kossuth & surrounding counties. Everyone is invited. Lunch will be served. '";" : : -'-. . ";' Gene Hood and daughter QVfary Jean returned last week from a trip tp Europe. They came back <?n the SS United States, One of-their fellow passengers was .the Italian actress Anna Magnani, ,an Academy Award .winner. U$ry Jean gc-t <an autograph; The only comment soming from husband Qene on •this incident wm "ntx* thne I'll Name 4 Boys State Selections Four Algona boys have been chosen for Hawkeye Boys State at Camp Dodge, near Des Moines, June 7 to 13. Each boy is sponsored by> an Algona organization. Selected were Ronald Barton, Hajgg-Turner Post No, 90, the American Legion; Lynn Hansen, Algona Rotary Club; James Johnson, Algona Kiwanis Club; and Kim Deal, Algona Lions Club. The Algona boys will be among 720 from the state. To Honor Masons Of 50 Years Prudence Lodge No. 205 A. F, and A. M. will have' a special meeting Tuesday May 19 at the Masonic Temple here in honor of, those, completing 50 years of membership, in the order! . C. Dale Cox, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa and several other officers of the Grand Lodge of Iowa wij.1 be present. The meeting will follow a 6:30 dinner. -Invitations are being sent to neighboring lodges and a large attendance of local and visiting Masons is expected, Dog Bite Causes 25 Stitches Burt Woman Hurt In Car Mishap , Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Burt, is at St. Ann hospital here following treatment for a deep knee gash suffered in a car accident late Saturday night, Mrs Cunningham had gone to the tulip festival at Pella on a bus tour. She left the bus at Burt and was driving home alone: in her car when slippery rolls caused her to lose control and the car careened off the high grade. The car was completely wrecked. , Mrs Cunningham managed to crawl out of the car. When she noticed, her leg was bleeding profusely, she made a tourniquet of her dress belt and managed to walk to the nearest farm house, that of August Bernau. Mrs Cunningham tried unsuccessfully to wake somebody by pounding on the door and she finally went into the house and shouted, . ' She was taken <to the office of Dr. Clapsaddle at Burt and then brought to St. Ann here where it is expected she.will remain about J.L Farrell Of Whilfemore, 51, Rites May 15 Whitiemore — Funeral services for James Leroy Farrell, 57, will be held Friday morning, May 15, at 9:30 in St. Michael's Catholic church with the Rev. Philip Dailey officiating. Pallbearers will be Charles Bormann, George Winkel, Fred Kollasch, ,Fred Ruhnke, Wilbur Bleuer, and Leroy Elbert. Burial ; wjpij be in the Catholic cemetery, Hymk Funeral Home-'is' in cKarge' of arrangements. Leroy Farrell, son of E'dward Farrell and his wife Mary^, was born on a farm just west of Whittemore, October 8, 1901. He attended Presentation Academy and grew to manhood on his parents farm. On Nov. 14, 1924, he was.united in marriage to-Kathleen .Walsh in St. Michael's church. Mr and Mrs Farrell were blessed with : a family of eight children. Kenneth, (Mary) Mrs Edward Elbert, Emaline, Leo,' and Thomas of Whittemore, James stationed in Hawaii, and Helen, Holier in Des, | Moines. Mary Celine died in infancy. Also surviving are -four brothers, and two sisters, Edward" and Pete of Whittemore, Pat'in Richmond, Calif, and Guy Farrell in Charles City, (Helen) Mrs Frank Foley of Whittemore, and Sister Mary Celine of Dougherty, He was an active member of the Holy Name Society in St. Michael's parish. Mr and Mrs Farrell farmed for several years after their marriage, and he was later employed for several years .at the Fullerton Lumber yard in Whittemore. For the past 16 years he was manager of the Writtemore Co-op Elevator. He 'suffered a heart attack Thursday night, May 7, and was taken to St, Ann hospital where he passed away Tuesday forenoon, May 12. Two highway patrolmen, Duane Homan, Humboldi, and Allen Hiatt, Potahontas,-ore-shown'in the nbovo. photo removing th(j body of Harlan J. Pompe, 28, Algona, from under the wreckage/ Of his auto after Pompe and Mrs Joseph Esser, 58, WhiUci-r^ri', were killed instantly in a two-car crash near West Bond Sunday afternoon. An iiulo, on the left, driven by Donald. Sanders, 17, West Bend, collided with the Pompe machin'c, right, at a county road intersection. Three persons, Mrs Pompe, Mr Esser and young Sanders received serious injuries. All three arc in critical condition. 'Cables used to lift the Pompe auto off the bodies of Pompe and Mrs Essoi 1 tire visible in the photo. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). mere ypw explain it, I don't understand it, mow -, The little nine year-old daughter Joan of M and Mr§ Francis Crptty wes at', tacked py ft police dog own^d by William, Thul Friday afternoon. Jpsn was at the Tbul farm, gnd wag with Mrs Th«J p n the' farm yard when ,the' dpg jumped wpon her an$ bit her on the b^ o.f nech;, The wound required § stitches to <?lose» An Algona man, Harlan J.' Pompe, 28; and his mother-in- law, Mrs Joseph Esser, 58, Whittemore, Were killed instantly and three other persons were seriously injured when autos driven by Pompe and Donald Sanders, 17, West Bend, .collided at a county road intersection a mile east and a mile north of West Bend at 2 p.m. Sunday. • The injured, who were rushed to Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, included Sanders, severe, crushed chest, kidney and liver injuries and multiple lacerations; Joseph Esser,' Whittemore, husband o£ the dead woman, severe skull fracture, concussion and internal injuries; and Mrs. Pompe, 27, ,ijii*ac'tured f .left .collaijbone, fracr tured cheek bone and punctured kidney. According to reports from tho hospital late Tuesday, all of the injured are still in critical condition. The Pompes and Essers left Whittemore after deciding to travel to Humboldt to view the ruins of the boat factory fire there and were headed south on the gravel. road at the time. Sanders was on his way to a church rally at West Bend and was headed west. There Are no slop signs at tho liter-section, which is a mile south and two miles west of Sanders' iome. His" parents arc Mr and Mrs Herman Sanders. * ' The vehicles, Pompe's 1954 hevrolet 4-door and Sanders' 1949 Plymouth 4-door, crashed near the middle of the intersection and both aulos went into a ditch southwest' of ( the intersection. Both vehicles were upright. The Sanders nuto bounced all the way from the road into the deep ditch ; without making any tracks to the spot. Bodies of Pompe and Mrs Esser were pinned beneath tha Pompe car against a culvertr arid driyeway into n field. ; Both died of jJiterAal.iJnju.ries, jiccpjjcling to iDr.-Meahy of WesfBehd .who treated and examined all the persons involved. :.„.<:• Mr and Mrs Paul Borirtstetter, West Bend, were first on the scene and summoned officers, including Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and three patrolmen. Parts from both vehicles were strewn in the ditch and on tht side of the road by the impact and both were totally wrecked The fatalities raised the total for the year in Kossuth county to seven. Three mishaps since he first of the year have claimed i Lwo lives each. Funeral services for Mrs Esser were held Wednesday at 1:30 at the Hyink Funeral Home and ut 2 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church at W'hittcmore. Rev. D. B. Weiss officiated and burial followed in East-lawn Memorial Gardens at Algona. Pallbearers were E d w a r d Muahs, Maurice Schwint, Bernard Bell, Conrad Higgins, Elmer Ostwald and Andy Elbert. Adelia Wagner, daughter of Fred and Mathilda Wagner, was born Sept, 13, 1900 at Whitte- foore. She attended St. Paul's the^aM^school, graduated from public high school at Whittemore, then attended lowaj Slate Teacll- ers College 'ahd, v "lflfer'•fffUg-hr s f6r several yeurs in rural schools near Whittemore, 'She was married to Joseph Esser of Whittemore June 11, 1922, who survives. Three sons, Roland, West Des Moines; Harold, Moab, Utah; and Howard, Algona; a daughter, Catherine (Mrs Harlan Pompe), Algona; five sisters, Mrs Fred Schallin, Pela- luma, Cal.; Mrs Walter Schaeffer, Prescott, Ariz.; Mrs George Neu, Chicago; Mrs Carl Walker Norfolk, Va.; and Mrs Darwin Baker, Whittemore; and two. jrothers, Harold, Chicago; and 2dward, Humeston, also survive Three brothers preceded her in death, ' . . Services for Mr Pompe will ba held today (Thursday) at 1:15 at (the Hyink Funeral Home and at 2 p.m. in the Trinity Lutheran, church here with Rev. G. Gerike officiating. There will be military rites, burial will be at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here and pallbearers will be Robert Braatz, Harold Kramer, Eldon MaahS, Gene Furst, Roy Vanderhoff and Robert Scott. - ' '!,J; •Harlan, Jerome Pompe., son 'gtr Theodore and'Martha Pompe, Was bom on a faiTn in Lotts Creek township Marah-1. 1931. He attended sch'obra'r Wtfiftimore" ari&- graduated in 1950. He entered the service in 1952 and served. 14 months in Korea, then mbve'd to Whittemore with his mother- in 1954, was employed at the Wei- denhoff plant and for the past five years has been employed at the Livingston Tool Co. here. _ • He was married to Catherine Esser in Trinity Lutheran church here May "2, 1957. His wife, mother, Mrs Martha Pompe, Whittemore, and two brothers, Leonard and Melvin, 92 Seniors, Algona Grad Lists Commencement a week. I 30 Stitches Lakota — Late Friday afternoon a peculiar, accident occured at the Henry Dontje, Jr, home, Carole, 13 year-old daughter of the Dontje's was mowing the lawn with a power mower when the machine apparently ran, .into some short pieces of barbed wire recently removed from in front of the place by the highway workers and laying buried in the grass, The machine chopped them up and threw them out striking Carole about the leg*. She was taken to the Buffalo Center Hospital where it was fpund to be necessary |o:takt over thirty stitches ; to,. close .the many PHts on. her less. Garele i» resting comfortably at Hi? home now but ffirmly b«» Uevess that ba*b*d wire and mower* j«§t *m't mix, Jim Utt Elected To Head V.F.W. J. E. (Jim) Utt, was recently elected commander of the Algona V. F. W. Post 2541. Elected senior vice, commander was Harvey Godden; junior vice commander, Roger Hoover; quartermaster, Wilbur Zeigler and advocate, Roger Palmer. Fred Plumb was elected chaplain; Tony Schmitt, past surgeon and ' Bob Schoby, three-year trustee. Commander Utt named to the house committee, Harvey Godden, Roger Hoover, Don Peterson, Merle Chamberlain and John Goodman. The Post wil be host to the annual Spanish American War Veteran's bancjuet, Saturday evening, May 16 at 6:30. Ticket sales are in charge of John Goodman and a dance is planned to follow the dinner. Dave Phillips Gets ISC Scholarship David Phillips, son of Mr and Mrs R, M. Phillips, Algona is one of ten Iowa State College students attending college under General Motors scholarship plans, according to the school's information service. ' phiUips, a junior, is under the College plan under .which the school has full responsibility for the selection of candidates and makes awards under regular college procedures, Academy Graduate Last Class Sunday Presentation of diplomas to 34 graduates and awards to several members of the class by Msgr. P. P. Gearen will be featured during commencement exercises for the class of '59 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here this Sunday, May 17, at 7:45 p.m. • Rev. Francis P. Conway, priest at St. Benedict and superintendent of the new Garrigan Catholic high school, will be featured speaker at the event which winds up activities ,for the seniors. Members of the graduating class are Linda Bode, Mary Jo Buscher, Robert Cink, Nancy Downs, Julie Elbert, Roderick Elbert, James Erpelding, Clifford Esser/ Karen Etherington, Joan Flynn, June Garman, Robert Gillingham, Joan Goecke, Carol Grandgenett, Dirk Hansen, James Heinerj, Earl Hildman. Kay Holcomb, John King, Janice Kinsey, Robert Lichter, Deanna Ludwig, Catherine McCarthy, Judith Mescher, Karen Mischak, Elizabeth Murphy, Jane Nelson, Kathy Prothman, Marian Roth, Judith Schumacher, Mark Seel<*y, Joseph Smith, Judith Tripp and Bernard Weydert, A total of nine scholarship and miscellaneous awards will be presented by Msgr. Gearen. All but the winner of the president's scholarship to Creighton University, given to toe graduate with the highest average, have already been named. Other winners ar e : n Flynn — Tuition scholar- ship to Loras College. Judith Mescher — $50 grant, renewable each year, to Briar Cliff College. Kathy Prothman — $50 scholarship, Soroptimist Club, Algona, student with highest average in science and math who plans to pursue higher studies in one of those fields; also award for perfect attendance during four years of high school. Rod Elbert — American citizenship certificate and medal awarded by the Iowa State Bar Association and the Iowa State Foundation. Robert Cink, Rod Elbert, James Erpelding, Clifford Esser, Dirk Hansen, James Heinen, Robert Lichter, Mark Seeley and Joseph Smith received altar boy awards for years of service at the altar. This is' the last high school graduating class from St. Cecelia's Academy. Next fall the Academy will be entirely grade school. High school pupils will attend the new Garrigan Catholic •High, now nearing completion in Algona. ship, $g50, renewable each year, to/ B^aiv Cliff College. L.in4a Bode -r- tuition scholar* ship, $100, to Mt. St. CJare Junior Mark Seeley -~ athletic scholar- LuVerne R.F.D. Exam, May 26 An examination for Rural Carrier for the post office at Lu- Verne, Iowa, will be open for acceptance of applications until May 26, the Commission announced today. Applicants must take a written test for this position. T,hey -must have resided within the delivery of the office for one year immediately preceding the closing date of the examination. In addition, they must have reached their 18th birthday. There is no maximum age limit, However, persons who have passed 'the 'age of 70 may be considered only for temporary appointments of on« year. Complete information, about •the examination requifem.wte and instructions for "filing »p« plications may be obtained, at the post office for which th;§ exam^ ination is being announced. Will Be May 28 At Algona High A final round of activities for 62 Algona high school seniors of ),he 1959 graduating class will begin next Monday, May 18, and wind up with commencement, exercises in tho high school auditorium at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 28. The week of May 18-22 will include final classroom work and tests for the seniors. Featured speaker at commencement will be a former Algonan, Tyrol! Ingersoll, who graduated from the local high school in 1921 and is now a well-known member of a Cedar Rapids law firm. Mr Ingersoll will also speak at a joint meeting of all Algona service clubs during a dinner meeting at noon at .the country club here the same day, May 28. Baccalaureate will be held Sunday, May 24, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium, with Rev. Edsel Isaacson, local First Lutheran church pastor, to be featured speaker. Seniors slated to receive diplomas include James Adreon, Judy Adreon, Bob Arend, Wayne Arndorfer, Sandra Bay, Janice Benson, John Bierstedt, Jeanette Bjustrom, Mary Boldridge, Judy Bowman, Arnold ' BraUn,' Daryl Brayton, Paul Christoffers, Sar.a Clark, Larry. Cook, Garry Davis, Jon Discoe, Nancy Ditsworth, Sheron Egel, Sharon Ericson, Ruth Erickson, Al Fosnaugh, Margaret Gade, Nola Gatton, Mavis Gould, Franklin Linda Hanson, Joel Hams, Patti Hedlund, Deloris Helmprs, Joyce Huenhold, Robbie Hutchins, gar* ole Hurn, 'Dennis; , Wayne. Johnson, Jun Kajn, Sue LaBwrp, Pingel, Tom Potter. Jim Pratt, Roger Rpchleau, Judy Rovn, Verna Schmidt, Robert Schmitt, David Schneider, Roxanne Shackelford, Carol Shore, Daniel Skow, Linda Smith, Mariana Steele, Judy Strahorn, Terry Struecker, Pat Thompson, Alan Walker and Carole Wittkopf. Other events leading up to commencement include the annual junior-senior field day at the Athletic Park Monday, May 18; a style show- by the home-, making department Wednesday, May 20;- and the senior-faculty breakfast at Call State Park Saturday morning, May 23, SENIOR PICTURES IN U-D-M TODAY ^ <, Pictures of all -seniors grad-- uate,s, JFnpm Algona and the area, with the exception of Titonka and Wesley-Corwith, will be found in today's Algona Upper Des Mom,es» The Titonka and Wesley-Corwith^ pictures will appear next week.; • 1 Injured In Crash Jer, John Oakland, Jwdy Joyce Qpheim; " Sandr^ Phillips, Pain Porter, Judy. Rejnder§, «, i Gerhard P. Schramm, 35, Al» bert City, received a bruised, right shoulder when {he toick,$9 " was driving rolled over |n, a ditojj', 1^4 miles 'east of 'St. 'Joe at 33v p.m. Wednesday,' May 6. He headed west at the time, pareptly got too elQS^tQ a der which. had b.e§n'J09sened rain and slid into the ditch, age was estimated Deputy Sheriff -Bon ' investigated. - ^

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