The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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. V,,-« ir Dei Mains* Tuesday, May 4, 1948 Junior-Senior Banquet Held . . .•- . . - . jurtior-ckss banquet ot the, Whittemore publid sdhottl'Wa* Held ttt the Kermfcre .Hotel, Bmwetsbufg, Tuesday ening Aprtl 2t v • fhd'jurtior d br, Alatt^Ft- B&wBftM, pl'annfed orful ,r^6^aUonis any a program or tbadtg ; . The- theme was Tho Keys of the KMrgdom. The dining room was /galled the Key Case room, and a,<5c$£fitions were carried out in thte'vjuhior Colors, aqua and pink.jr^round the dining room large.->:bflskets of plum blossoms were 'Us"ed whose stems had been painted, 'Squar and pink. On the table piribt afid -White carnations nnd spfing blogHornj? Wei* used in low bowls on mirror plateaus at tit her lend. .. The";cjjniter-piece was a huge key in aqua and ohe. in pink on a golden key ring. The nut cups were key cases, and the programs wore padlock's; the place cards were keys- in a door, with the note Kingdom's Lock. The invitations sent to the seniors were key rings with keys in aqua, pink, and white, each one giving a bit of information on time, place, and event. The menu included chilled fruit cocktail, baked ham, and baked potatoes; new peas, fruit jello salad, cloverleaf rolls, relish plate, angel food with aqua frosting, and pink whipped cream. The program included: Unlocking the Kingdom, by Beverly Shipler; Our Key Chain, by Carroll Sehmelme; Musical Keys- piano solo, 1 BeVerly Shipler; Key to the ' Treasure Chest, Kenneth Wehrspan; Seven Keys to Baldpate, Elaine Behnke; Jingling Your Keys, Singing by juniors and seniors; Don't Lose Your; Keys, Alan P. Dawson; Keys of the Kingdom, Supt. F. E. Slagle. Dancing followed the program. The juniors are Beverly Shipler, Marilyn Rusch, Dorothy Quinn, Lloyd Kramer, and Eugene Maahs, Mr. Dawson is their advisor. tot Pontoft SPaiir Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey, Fenton, are thtj parents of a' daughter, born at the McCreery hospital Sunday evening at 9:40. The infant weighed 5 pounds. Birthday is Honored 'Mrs. Bertha Ebert entertained Sunday in honor of her father. Ernest Neuman, who celebrated his 84th birthday. Guests included Mr. Neuman's brother, Carl Neuman. Shell Rock, a weekend guest; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and Robert; Mrs. John Kramer, Lloyd and Harold Kramer; Mr. Wedding Date Observed , The J. P. Uhlenhakes and the Francis Mullins attended the 40th wedding anniversary Sunday at Hutchins of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mullin, parents of Francis Mullin. Mrs. Mullin is a sister of Mrs. Uhlenhake. The children of Mr. and Mrs.. Mullin and the families were all home for the occasion. The children are, in addition to Francis: Mi's. Bernard Engstler, and Edward Mullin, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mullin, Mrs. H. W. Rockwood, of Hutchins. Farrels to Move Soon Mr. and Mrs. .John Fan-ell are soon moving into their new home on highway 44 near highway 18. Several years ago Mr. Farrell built a small home on the farm, which has been used till the new home was completed. Lassies Study Meats The Lotts Creek Lassies held an extra April meeting Saturday at the home of Elaine Bierstedt. A large share of the afternoon Was devoted to demonstrations. The 4-H leader, Mrs. James B. Butler, showed the girls the var- Follow this Phillips 66 Check List NOW f OR TROUBLE-fKEE SUMMER DRIVING! HEINIE'S SUPER SERVICE ACCESSORIES - BATTERIES * TIRES PHQNP 798 Milf ie«t 9f 18'W Cerntr ious cuts of pork aftd b«ef with •their' distinguishing ' At the c6hdU|ioft of this Of the lesScm Mri, Eimer pan OToned a T-bone steak, ffiMe Swiss steak, and baked a roast. Eleven gins named The Part of Garden I Want to fake, for roll call. Mrs. Butler reminded the girls of the dates for Rally day, also the 4-H camp at Clear Lake. On May 7 the girls wil Itake a trip through a bakery. At the conclusion of the business meeting the group sang, songs, after which lunch was served by the. hostess, Elaine Bierstedt, and Mrs. Bierstedt. Helen Reding is reporter for the Lnssies. Unique Aeademy Contest Sr. Mi Clifford, is having a uni- oue and original- contest Presentation Attedemj* ,T idfet i* to tie^ftf) fug vofee ana smile i acquiring poise. ' with ture. Winners were Jane Uhlenhake, sectfhd; Fleming, Joan Rollasfch, ara Mftr- ita Duffy tied for third. The ftixt contest was the choosing of Miss Pleasing Voice and Smile. Jatte Uhlenhake was first; MafltS Dut- fy and'Eleanor Fleming, Sftcefld; Joan Kelly, third. other contests to c6ws are Miss Good Grodmiftg, MiSs fNifSeri-fil.. ity. Miss Poise, Miss Ghaifn: > The high point girt will 6e the finalist for Miss Academy. * jtstfistf ,jiaa beeri R «,. ., 6 short time on Mdhday. Btt, Dlficher ls/a for* mef paafftf of St, Paul's tuthef aft church, Miltew tfspe fe second high grade in the examin- Bflstaf ation fat Mf. and MfSi H. W, Behljke sjpKJttt last week .Monday and Tuesday at Pott Dodge, wherfe Mr. Behnkg, aUeft'd&T a board meeting of Imr synod directors of the LWherjIn fchurfch,, and Mrs, .ISrviile Hedricft, Mrs. Alton -ftdehleau 'will be to Ihe V&S.C.S. ^6f the church Thursday in the --•*•- _ri itiiimn «iin»l i.l. iniiih At Sale* Meeting aJotoi^a^****. ^.^}naj.n^ .. . riill-nltriiliWni ** 4 fo'Cdast Stores, have, ,<stf from the annual Club three-day : fed by the Cent MinfiMpoHs. ! ACS *ni i-uiiimiu uuwiiaiuu, ,, • r , j jThey have WWltsoults th'at are, 8-weekS%fd. 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