The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 17
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Sure-grip surface, ALWAYS B E TT III B UTS AT GAMBLES ftfje ilgotta Upper AIQCNA, IOWA, fHUftSfiAY, MAY 21, 1*5$ Twin Rivers Graduation For 35 Slated Tonight VOl. 96 - NO Commencement exercises for 35 Twin Rivers high school seniors will be nt 8 p.m., Thursday, Mny 21, in the high school nudilorium. Featured speaker is W. Ear! Hall, well-known editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, possessor of a slate and national positions and awards. The program follows: Processional, Mrs Myrnn Heubsch; invocation, Rev, J. Paul Stevens; mixed double quartet, Ruth Ann Clark, Susan Olson, Arlche Bratland, Jnnell Hanson, John Engel, Michael Helmen, Gary G. Schu'117.. Hugh Mackintosh; address, W. Enrl Hall, Editor of Mason City Globo-Gazette, world traveler; Flute solo, sweet baroque style, Mary Ann Holt; presentation o£ senior class, A. C. Lcuthauser, superintendent; -bestowal of diplomas by Arlo McGowan, presl- 'dent of bard of education; bene" diction, Rev. J. Paul Stevens and roeesMonal, Mrs Myrna Heubsch. The class colors are blue find sllvor; class flower the fed rose; class Motto is "Let As go unto perfection." The 35 members of the class were pictured in last week's Al gonn Upper Des Moines. Class officers are Holland Christianson, president; Ronald Hewitt, vice president; James Lane, secretary; arid David Torkelson, treasurer. whafo. COOKW! *r $2,500 Smoke and Water Damage At Pettit Home Whittemore — Tho Wliitte- more fire company were called to the Hildreth (Hitchy) Pettit farm, Friday evening about 8 p.m. William (Peanut) Kollasch, who is employed at Me Pettit farm, went out to do some disking utter supper. The Pettit family was in WhlUemore, attending the Class N.ighl at WhSUemoje ,h|g,-h • j where their dauglUei'lS% v Mtrii'DO* of the 1959 class. When Kollasch came .'in-from the field he went into 'the house and smelled smoke.' He rusn'ecl upstairs and noticed,• that a stream of water was rushing down the stair steps. He was unable 'to reach the top floor due to the heavy smoke and called for help. The fire had started in the bath room, cause unknown. - In ithe corner of the room near ithe stool was a waste basket of plastic. The fire started in this basket, burning the basket and it's contents and the plastic wall tiles and also a plastic curtain around the bathtub. With the terrific heal of the plastic basket which was near the base of the tank on the stool it burst the pipe letting out the water which extinguished the flames. But the floors upstairs and down were flooded with water and water was running through the ceilings on the .woolen rugs in the dining and living room. Every room upstairs and all the bedding and clothes were covered with soot. It is estimated that at least $2,500 damage was done by the fire. Pictured above is a truckload of clothing, rugs and draperies after they arrived in Algona for a renovating job at the Elk Cleaners. Whitlemore High Graduates Class night was held Friday evening at Whittemore Indepen- dent school. Commencement exercises were held Wednesday evening, May 20. The commencement speaker was Wendel Pendleton of Storm Lake. The program opened with the school band playing "Pomp and Circumstance." Salutatory, Judith Baas; Special awards by Joseph Sykes, .high school principal; Vi^l'e'd 1 ' 1 ! c t o r y, Jlrnes 'Nichols Music, Clarinet .Quartet; Address Wendel Pendleton; , Presentation of Seniors by Leo Mfifrt1|ffi',"Sup- erin'tendenl; Presentation of Diplomas, Leonard Elbert, president,' Board 'of Education. TtOtA Her. & That* A street cleaner was fifed for day-dreaming , » » . , he couldn't keep his mind in the gutter, * * * * It seems thai the gate broke down between Heaven and Hell. St. Peter appeared at the broken part of the gate and called to the OevM. "Ht>v, Satan, it's your turn to fix it this time. "Sorry," he replied. "My men are too busy to worry about fixing a mere gate," "Weil, then," growled Peter, "I'll have to sue you for breaking our agreement." "Oh yeah," said the Devil. "Where ore you going to gel a lawyer?" * * * * Just as the automatic wash* ing machine started to take over washday drudgery in 1920, so today the automatic gas laundry dryer is eliminating all the heavy work entailed in drying clothes. Time was when most homemakers trudged up the basement stops with a heavy basket of wet clothes, stretched a clothesline, stooped over hundreds of times to hang up the clothes. More often than not, a storm came up and the homemaker had to scurry out ,to struggle with flapping, soggy clothes, carry them indoors 1 and hang them wherever she could in basement, bathroom, attic, kitchen or porch. The latin' dry dryer. takes over this this long list of heavy chores. -K * * * " "Looks like a pretty smart do$ you've got there." "He is. All you have to say is 'Are you coming or aren't you?' and he either comes or he doesn't." Going To Girls Stale Marjories Behnke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke o£ Whittemore, was selected, by the American Legion Auxiliary of Whittemore, to attend. Hawkeye •Girls Stale at Cedar Falls, Junu 14 through 20. She is a Junior in Whittemore High, treasurer of her class, and active in basketball and soft ball. Mi- and Mrs Lawrence Fredrickson of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Mil Ion Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter, Kay Frances helped Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary, Thursday evening. St. Paul's Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon. Mrs James Schultz was taken up as a new member. The serving committee was Mrs Lester Baas, Mrs Henry Wichtenclahl, Mra Leo Woods and Mrs Herbert Zumach. Mrs Daniel Foley entered the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, Wednesday, where she is a medical patient. The One Gift .That's Treasured for a Lifetime,,» "Doctor," said ther lady to the psychiatrist, "I'm awfully worried, I talk to myself constantly." "Thai's nothing unusual," consoled the medico. "Millions of normal people talk to themselves.". ','^1; know," moaned, the ,ladyi "But you don't understand how much of a pest I can gel to be." ' --•*'..* * % * "Gee, Dad, I wish you .wpuld let Mom drive. It's more exciting." * * * * . As soon as the washing is. done, all laundry can be tossed into the new automatic gas dryer direct from the washer. The automatic, timer is switched to the number of minutes of drying time required. From then ori you don't have to do. a thing. • Thermostats control the heat and hold' the temperature at the most suitable drying point. At the end of the drying period, the time automatically switches- off. The timer dial can be set so that clothes are completely", dried for immediate storing or damp-dried for ironing. -K * * * "My credit is really improving," commented one businessman; to another. . "Why, I went'over to the bank .his morning to borrow a thousand dollars, and the loan officer eceived me very politely." "He lent you the money, of course?" "No, not quite. But he hesitated a moment before refusing me." * * *. * Mr Robertson is a very well-preserved genlleman for his age, but he must seem incredibly old to his little grandaughter Susan. Susan had been sitting on his knee, examining him closely, when she asked, "Grandpa, 1 were you in the ark with 1 Noah?" ."Why, of course not}" exclaimed Mr Robertson. Susan looked puzzled, pondered the matter for a minute, and then piped up: 'If that's so. Grandpa, how come you weren't drowned?" , * -K * * Father; "Sonny, I'm going Jo tell you a story," Four Year Old: "O.K., but keep it clean. The old lady may be listening." •K * * * Since you don't hav» to dei' pend on the weatherman's whims to decide wh^en to; wash, Jhe clothes-' hamper-, never overflows. Washing and drying can. be .done three 05 iour iimfs '^( And thai mew* 79* a smaller supply oj linens or- saving in. wear, ' all the prc*len drying are eUm^naJad** |hftv\ dust, the yaln, ' Locky fellow! He's just been presented with thf Sabulous Parker 61 capillary action pen,,. tfa^ wnazjng kind of pen that fills itself by itseJC, No moving parts to wear out! Matching -mechanical pencil available at $7.50, 'A Product of cb> The Parker Pen Company RUSK Drug soot,

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