The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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Ci PI? 8 i • * C* li •«. < £.' : v-- : :'? ' : '<--f' : ^^^^ • -,i :,;,.--" .. - • ; , - -»•• "' ^w:- * ,. 4-Atoor* no.) May 21, Awards Honor Burl Seniors At Graduation Corinne Zwiefel, TitonkaJoWed -— Baccalaureate services were held 'in the school gym for •members of the senior high school and eighth grade classes May 10. Rev. Samek of the Burt Methodist church was featured speaker. Commencement followed in the gym May 15 with Otto Schacht of Sharon Springs. Wise., fealured speaker. Awards went to Shirley Schwietcrt. Valedictorian; Sheryl Smith, salutatorian: Gordon Gid- ttlngs and Lois Lichter, citizenship; Wayne Christenson. Lois Lichter and Sheryl Smith, athletics: Sheryl Smith, instrumental music: Barbara Parson, vocal music: and Mrs M. I. Lichter presented pins to all members of the band from the Band Mothers. Undergraduate 'a wards went to Hadley Castor, citizenship; Jerry Koestler and Mary McGuire, athletics: Marilyn Hinckley, instrumental; JoAnn Johnson, Eugene Bahling and Hadley Castor vocal. Annual Picnic The annual community-school picnic will be held this Saturday, May 23. All families planning to attend are to furnish a hot dish. sandwiches, salad or dessert and their own table service. Food is to be taken to the school gym by noon and the Band Mothers will be in charge of serving. Parties For Seniors Many parties honoring graduates have been held during recent days. Seniors feted by parents and friends included Cher- ann Bernau, Clifford Curtis, Le Roy Davis, Gordon and Grover Biddings, Patricia Groen, Helen and Harris Harms, Lois Lichter, Helena Meyer, Sheryl Smith, Judy Weiske and Pamela Andrews. Good Neighbors > The neighbors of Mrs E. A. Junkermeier planted corn for he: 'May 16. They were Fred Habeger, Duane Habe,ger, G. Geilenfeldt, Delmar Angus and Robert Angus iMesdames Fred Habeger, 'Delmar Angus and G. Geilenfeldt prepared the noon meal. Mr and Mrs John Lenertz o Bode were Sunday guests at the ' Guy Giddings home. , Mrs <R. L.. Boles ,and children o Clinton.! '-Have 'been f visiting thj 'past ;week ,at the M. I. Lichte: '•home. This, week Mr and Mr ''"W. D. Howie of Mason City and Mrs C. B. Dick are visiting there. Tommy, youngest son of Mr and Mrs M. I. Lichter, was confirmed May 12. Supper guests at th« M. I. Lichter home were Mr and Mrs -Leo Lichter of Algona and Bud Lichter oi Burt. Mrs Viola Cunningham returned home Saturday after spending some time in St. Ann hospital followig a' car accident. ' Mr and Mrs Herbert Moore from Oklahoma City were guests from Friday to Tuesday at the ' 'Mrs P. L. Moore homer Jay Graham, went to Blooming Prairie, Minn.' to , help 'his son-in• law with" his farming. * t "Mr and Mrs Darrell Davis -have .returned to" their home in Alden /; where Darrell is employed .construction work. Opal Waltman is now working 1 at the Burl/ telephone office as switchboard operator. She is replacing Mrs Gertrude Ackerman. hews hatrffil lived fa this caw- munity before moving to a faith near Cylinder, where they lived until March 1 when they . io 4-H Meeting* Recreation Started the May 16 meeting oi Riverdnle Rustlers Unit 1 4-H club in St. Joseph's school hall. Plans were made for Rally Day June 6 at Swea City. Betty Wagner and Carol Erpelding gave a talk on the use of color. "A place for everything, Everything in its Place," was the talk given by Judy Wagner. A May basket exchange also was held. Mary Ittg and her mother were hostesses. The Riverdale Rustler Unit 2 4-H club held their reguar monthly meeting May 18 in St. Joseph's school hall. Demonstration on the making of game boards by Fforence ftfcGuLre and 11%. Patricia Wagner talk cm "Good fto&fgg Were guests Sunday ifi the howe at their daughter, the Gordon adf et, of , thfc !WHM«r ftt«t ' oW 'Ratty were Karen and Phyl _.._ family neat- Word was teeath of Sam rJjin Clinton, T ,. -— -, —_ .,..,—| k jxist tecently ^fitesrM a lllg and tfttdy Sate artd theffgVelHtnowft here ^£*,_&^,*£<L fnofJiiers. •«-...«- »^ — -«— t"i: Mr and Mrs 1 John P. and Francis and Norman, fftfei Thomas Bormann, oldest sdtt 'of the Bormahns at Early, Sunda^i Thomas had arrived from Quit* land, Calif, where he received his army discharge after Hi iftontht service, the past year spent in the Pacific. Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Srleit attended the reception on Sunday in St. John's hall Mt Bancroft tot Rt. Rev. Msgr, Robert J» QuStin. Chaplain USN who observed hit 25th anniversary of his Ordina* tion into the Holy Priesthood. „ on his. 100 fere fafm Southwest of LuVerae, ttew farm- 'ed by Earl Mattninj|. Mr and- Mrs Edwin Marty, rfanice Marty, Mr and Mrs Hettty, -Kubly were gufeMd fit the Jtfdeiftn .Wcltha home in Bandall Sunday. They celebrated the birthday of "Mrs Kubly with a dinner and decorated cake. j_ • Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs ^Charles Nygaard 'of Wesley attended the funeral oJ 'Mrs Arthur Reasoner, 90, in Des <Moines Monday. She was thq wife of Arthur Reasoned, broth- Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Titonka, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Corinne Kaye, shown here, and WiHord F. Johnson, Austin, Minn., son of Mr and Mrs J. A. Johnson, Albert Lea. The wedding is planned for June 1 ?. The bride-elect, who is employ- d at Austin, is a graduate of Ti- onka high school and Mankato :ommercial College. Mr Johnson graduated from Albert Lea ligh school, attended Mankato State Teachers College, Minnesota School of Business and is a recent graduate of Mankato Commercial College. LuVerne Graduation To Take Place Friday Night Good Neighbors Aid Ed Thilges ,.,1:,,,,.., Near St. Joe St. Joe—Friends and neighbors, of Mr and Mrs Edward Thilges have been attending to the spring farm duties. Mrs Thilges, suffering from rheumatism, is greatly improved at this time and able to get around again. ' - , Assisting with the farm duties were Bernard Thilges, Alfred Thilgos, Mark Thilges, Tohy Weydert, Clarence Bormann, Wilfred Schneider, Lawrence Thilges, Albert Thilges, Bill McGuire, Martin Thilges, Joel Reding, John Capesius, Cyril Thilges, Bud Kutshara and .' Melvin Baas. Neighbor ladies also assistecTwtth 'preparing meals* and lunches for he. workers. LuVerne — Baccalaureate for the '1959 seniors of the LuVerne Community high school were held Sunday, May 17, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The speaker was the Rev. J, Paul Stevens, pastor of the Lu- Verne Evangelical United Breth* ren church ,and the Livermore Presbyterian chqrch. Commencement will be held on Friday, May,22j nt 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Frank Miles, Des M,OineS general and public , relations consultant on education for the federal office of Civil and Defense Mobilization will be guest speaker. The 1958-59 school -term will come to a close on Friday,' May 29th, when eighth grade graduation and class day exercises will be held at 9 ' a.m. in 'the school auditorium'. Members of the eighth grade class are! Virginia BarUm,'Lova- r.! Ramus, Raeann Brink, Monica Markman, " Judy Lynn DeWitt, ' Mary Lee Darby Sandra Walline, , Linda Agard Sharon Smith, Linda Bristow Karen Garman, Marlene Norcross, .Sharon Henry, Jim'Rugg, Darrel Rusher, .Dale ^.Kubly, George Hanselman, Bill, 'Janssen, Dennis Thompson, Dennis 1 Will, dent, Mrs Dennis Carroll;- 2nd vice president, Mrs Marjory Grpty secretary, Mrs Gerald Colerrian and treasurer, Mrs Harold Trau-t Fred Goetsch ,tff% his Behn* and Mrs Dale Weekend fcfi .ftflttthfc trip to Northern Mian$s6t& , ' a , (i , Mr :aftd-MA Jdhtt Groh htfcUs f friends^ mt/ and Mrs Dennis Buemdchio Sf go 111 " " ""*"' * b.". McClefrin Henry LOerwaldYjeft Friday 'for vfishing at Peqtjot L'aUes,, Mirih. !They Vrill b,e with .Jess LindebaK il servffif in Gerrtfany t^ith the armed „ Weekend'. Visitors ift », B. fi, Martin home wM«:|h«ttton, Cedar ,Hen Ut v GUJ. t;»*.wv*w«»)< i.lpitafltyof Mrs f Pergalsit.was hbsi-» ess to Erfflnt S&s'-fe^w'Afi.*..,, ?"6t toUKd^aftFttOOft^With your bid electric shaver r get the new rotary blade favorite Mickey .Richard Bakev, Roger Heine, Blake, Darwin Leek, Elmer Hlnz, Dale' Oberhelman, John Kubly; Dick Kiggen, Richard Wolf, Bernard Sehade, Timothy 'Blumer and Gene Wiel. Various class awards and presentations will be made •„ at this time. Music Mothers Elect Music Mothers met - at the Lu- Hostesses were Mrs Carl Swan son, chairman, assisted by Mr* Harry Naffziger, Mrs Jessie Strips ling, Mrs Raymond Nelson,'- 'Mrs Gerald Awe. Two Are Confirmed ' .' Gene, 13, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Will and Dennis, 13, son of Mr and Mrs Harvey Will were confirmed Sunday, with the class of 'nine at4he St. John Lutheran, church at Corwith. ' ' Pre-Nuptial Shower •', . Miss Gerry Gregory, bride- elect was honored with a prenuptial shower SatunJay evening in the home of her aunt,' Mrs Bruce Gregory at Rutland with another aunt, Mrs James Gregory, co-hostess. Attending from LuVerne were" Gen'y and her mother, Mrs Gordon,, Gregory, Mrs Jessie Stripling and. Becky and Sandra Stripling -of Spencer i Miss Gregory and Kenneth Stripling will /be married June 61" i * Sharon Vaughn was graduated from. Corwith - Wesley , school Friday evening. Attending were: her parents, Mr and Mrs Jadk Vaughn and sister, Carol, grandmother, Mrs Marie .Stoddard, aunts, Mrs Bonnie Ellifritz, Mrs iRalph Dimler and Sheryl, -Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs" Herman 'Schulz were Sunday visitors in 'Jamaica with his brother-in-law and -sis- Mr and Mrs W. D. Jones. Mr in ,Verne school Wednesday evening^ Jones is convalescing from recen, Officers elected were: president, 'surgery. • f 1 ' • r '-'', Mrs ,Jon Nelson; 1st vice presi*! Mr and Mrs Edward Pergando'' NEW Now the largest-selling electrib shaver In the world! 'How abo\ityour shaver? Has it Ipst its zip? The New Norelco Speed* shaver strokes tiff whiskers' with rotary blades, instead of using a back-and-forth action that may pinch and pull. Beneath stationary , guards, 12 self-sharpening blades sweep around to .stroke off wniskers. Norelco needs no setting, automat!* 1 cally adjusts to any beard. To clean, push the biu,tt o n.' . ., ,, Flip-'top Shaving headsprings open to empty out'whisker-dust.' ACyDC. With travel 'case, $24.95. See the new Norelco Speedshaver on the Hiintley-Brlnkley News—NBC -TV. Plant with satisfaction Plant PIONEER Choice of kernel-sizes—all accurately sized High yielding hybrids j-both new and old favorites Every bushel backed by a. ' written replanting agreement i Corn on hand NOW! R. I. Mawdsley^---—L~_ 1- C. L. Bailey Algona Aaron Steussy -lJLsJi_ Algona , .* '' • - * |., t t i •* Eugene Kollasch L .-—I ._ Bode T. O. Johnson '-v-'4 Swea City Walter Vaucjt 1_ Whittemore Robinson Produce ._ Wesley „ C v *. i ' ' * ' , ' J Your Local Pioneer. Salesman Ledyard Lassies Plan Rally Day Ledyard — The Ledyard Las. sies met at the home of Jano JSgesdal, , May 9. Philip Fisher Jr. of West Bend Boys County 4-H President, wil be a -guest at Rally Day. Committees for Rally .Day are as fol • lows: Picnic' chairman, Nancy , Herzog, Diane and Linda Grunhovd 'and Eugenia Klocke; Elec- iion of Officers, Ann Carpenter, GaiK'Bauman, Monica Munyer ', and, Diane "Waterhouse; Installa- . tion • of Officers, Cherry Klinksiek, ^Caroline Buscn, Nancy Mac- 'Kinnon and Barbara, Schi'oeder. .:- Talks and demonstrations were I.-, given. by Jane, Egesdal, Eugenia '/ .Klocke, Lin'da Grrunhovd,- Diane »'*> Grunhovd , and ,. 'Ann Carpenter. # Nancy MacKinnon was in charge ; of- recreation, '•7, "<Mr* and Mrs R. C, Nehotte and % family and Mr and Mrs'Clayton V-'Woodruff of Minneapolis spent 'V', tne weekend visiting at the J. F. , s .Sullivan home. Wednesday ' Mr *'*' '^nd Mrs J. F. .Sullivan' and Jere- ''jlmtah attended the funeral of Mrs '.'V-'joe Ksser at Whittemore. 3 ••'v-jflr Fjed Dutton who has been the Blue Earth hospital for the st four weeks following a heart ,was juble to come Home on Graduation Friday Rev! Sylvester Grady of Hum- soldt will give the graduation address in St. Joseph's church" icre Friday at 8 p.m. for the last senior class to graduate from St. Joseph's high school. Seniors and their attendants are: Maurice Becker, ^James Becker, Carol Ann Erpelding, Janice Erpelding, Gary iFriders, Allan Friders l David Hammer; Leon Hammeil Jcanette Kellner, Donna Kellner, Dianne Reding, Ruth Ann Thilges, Joan Reding, Vicki Stattelman, Connie Sinn- well, Judj' Kollasch, Barbara Thui; Irene Thul, Betty Wagner, Margaret Erpelding, John Wag-, ner, James lllg, Patricia Wagner, Linda Thul, Karen WingeX, Petra WJngert, Robert Zeimet and Mike Ruhnke. Special awai'ds , i n v o 1 vi'n g scholastic standings will be given out at the graduation exercises to the following: Betty Crocker Homemaker award — Carol Erpelding; speech — David Hammer and Joan Reding; journalism — Connie Smnwell; bookkeeper — Ruth Ann Klein; Latin — Judy'..Bormann; poetry certificates—-Dianne Altman, Patricia Kramer, Ruth Ann Klein, Joan Reding, Jeannette Kellner, Carol Ann Erpelding, Dianne Reding, Alice Reding, Betty Wagner, Cyril Thilges .and Gregory Thilges; citizenship — Kenneth Bormann, Jean Marie Thul and Cyril Thilges. fairest fashions will be on a grand 1 parade tomorrow for the annual •WM SIZES FOR EVERYONE 7 to 15,10 to 20 and.' 14ft to 24!*.' . Jj JE___1 Jtv Junior • Senior Banquet Oriental Gardens was the theme of the junior - senior banquet and prom held in St, Joseph's high school. A short program was presented after the dinner. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher was toastmaster. Rev. Francis Conway of St. Benedict and Mr and Mrs Alfred Grill were honored guests, Sister Dies Funeral services Mary Ursuline (Von who died at Xavier Dubuque on Friday Monday at- 9 a.m. for Sister Bank), 82, hospital in were held in Mt. St. . Mrs, , Harold Herzog jWU'Open -Jipuse Sunday 'honor* •"|S>0 v cJii8s 'of }959, their par- ,ers and, friends. Around 5: dpying the • afternoon, Sally pf and Mr« oiit of town Rfty^-vl*^ 1 -' 3a6v ' pk|el'|iurt were IF .v- 1 ;••: J '••' - .. Francis Convent Chapel. Sr. Ursuline, a sister of Mrs Rose Slattelraan, was a member of Mt. St. Francis Order for 65 years, a litUe over 40 years spent in St. Anthony's Orphange at Siou* City . The past several years she spent at the Convent in Dubuque. Sister was well known with many relatives and friends here and in the We?t Bend area, A visit was here in 1957. Ex.fiesidfmt Passes funeral services for Martin^ Waba, 72, who died suddenly SjMwo^y, were held/ Tuesday morning in St. Thomas Catholic church, at En^m&ts^wrg, with Bey , , Qtiirence Fm-eUy .reading the . wife. Wafea I'jbey by have many friends The Her ctress extravaganza of the svinuner tegiijs' tomorrow morning at 9 with .the loveliest of all leading fsflnions for your selectionl Colorp from bright and bold prints to cotton, candy tints; fresh,gay, dancing patterna And luscious solid pastels; new fashion details'including - lantern and fan type sleeves; exaggerated triple, layer t ' sheer collars and many others. Make the most of this . Opportunity to assemble a stunning summer wardrobe ~~ ~\«t undreamed-of savings!; / -• ..- EASY-C^BE FABRICS: .V " NYLON SHEIKS' PIQUES —' , COTTON BROADCIOTHS SHAGBARKS^ RAYON SHEERS RAYON LINENS' CUPIONI.J EYELASH WEAVES COTTON MESHES . • , COTTON-DACRON SHEERS __ WIDE STYLE SELECTION: . 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