The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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Moth** Tuesday, May IS, 1948 the ine Graduates At Whitf emore May m _ B> Art tteidenwilh Mftfeijrtore—Graudation i for the senior class of AVhlttemoVe high school wore held" Tuesday evening, May IB, at Jt-M at the Academv hall. TOe nine seniors who graduate this year [are F.laine Rohnkr.Wil- lis Maahi}, Vorlas Hoglcr, Hoio- thy- Ostviald, Deloies Hoi-hlo.iu, Doris Rochleau, Carroll firhmeU ing.; Jcan'ctte Vaiicll, and Kenneth Wehrspan. Supt. Francis Slaglo wps das'; advi=or. The nrogram followi: Processional — Junior and Senior rlass. Pialto solb — .Beverly Shipler. Salutatory Address—Charles K. Pendlclon. Class sohg—Senior class. Valedictory—Presentation of. (he class by Supt. Francis Single Presentation of diplomas—A." D. Bl'ogan. Star Spangled Banner—Audience Bantts of Marriage Five banns for marriage wore announced Sunday at St. Michael's Catholic, .church, four of them forij.he_nrst time. They arc as follows: Maiguivt Bush- erfeld and" Dale Lewis; Clane Deiterjng arid James Christen- seh. Bonny .Biscniu^ and Joseph Khvanaugh, Maxine 'Borman and Norbert Knecht, and Esteleen Schuller and Keyron Fogerty. Club at Mrs. Fail's The Woman's N&ghborltf club met with Mrs., William Fandel last Thursday Those who won pHs-os were Josmy Foley, high and door pri?c; Mrs. de'orge Fandel, travel; Mrs. Mary Kleinfehn, low. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Fandel. * Vtew Fire Ecnifpmenl Four of the five members of the rural fire truck committee of the local fire company went to Minneapolis with a salesman from Oes Moines lo look over ino equipment. They returned the following day. On the coiVi- rmltt-c weie; Wilbur feocber, fivo chtof, F.lmer Ostvvald Francis Slaqlo, Francis M.ullin. Mike B(.'S(.-h, one of. the committee, was unable to accompany them to Minneapolis. Class Nighi Awards Class Night was held by the .senior class of Whittemore high school at the Academy hall, Wednesday evening. Carrol Sdimeling presented the junior class with keys, tied in aqua and pink, Beverly Shipler accepting them. The seniors also gave the •u'hool a .slide projector for class room use. Awards were made to all members of N the athletic teams, but the letters for 'the cheer leaders, Beverly Shipler and Marilyn Rusch, had not arrived in time for tho event. Mrs. A. M. Richardson of Sioux Falls, S. D., is visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richardson. Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and I'amily oC Depew were Mother's Day visitors at the home of Mrs. Bruhti's parents, Mr. and •i&mmm d»l ttie ml w4fek'saUnfe<h»ft£ '6L%i; WBlhtf, m. Sw«rt-W!lK aM* family, . , . * SBehl ttibsdfljr&f last Week tfith pr hfofchet t and lister, /Mi's, SaVah Wise, attd Drusle Noble, la afternodn Mrs. Mary Phillip's Mrs. William Phillips dhd littlo ' daughter fiarbafa of wo- The members of tHe Bancroft public school JHS. THe.six members !6f -ih6-,gr4du£tti& -eiags class were in a happy mood Thursday aft««00« ggjftffi 1 ^1^^!^ j&i ^ >< §S when this picture was taken as they were ^eltirig B6hnk6ndorf • dHel Robert Eichenb6rg«, (BanCfbfi ready for their junior-senior banquet ihat even' Register Photo.) CARLOAD 23- -6-12 -7 Let Us Know—We Deliver ^ PHONE 257 Mrs. Herman Meyer, and in the evening Mir. and Mr!<. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith visited with the Meyers. Mrs. Rosa Schumacher left from Mason City on the Rocket for Wilmington, 111., on Sunday afternoon, where she will visit for several weeks with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zinnell. » Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and family of Wesley visited here Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Bode's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eiselc'and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foley. Jesse Swanson returned to his home in Columbus, Ohio, Saturday night after spending a week with his mother, Mrs. Sadie Swanson, and other relatives. Mr. Swanson is employed with the government as a civil engineer and has 40 men Working under him. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and family, Albert Lea, Minn., spent Mother's Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Others who were afternoon callers were Mrs. Harold Kueoker and son Jay and daughters Joyce and Mrs. Jack MCKean and her daughter Jill. The immediate family of Mr. and Mrs. John Meine spent Mother's Day at the parental home and were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth and family; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mcinc and family, and - Frank Meine of Whittemore, and, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahlmer'* and family of Estherville. ... As advertised in LIFE and House Beautiful Mrs. Price Rites Held, Swen City Swea City — Funeral services for Mrs. Milton Price were held Saturday .afternoon at the First Baptist church, Swea City, the Rev. Peter Peters in charge. Mrs. Price was born Cirtda Jane Frazier at Friendship, Tenn., on July 11, 1880. On April 7, 1901, she was united in marriage to Milton T. Price. They later left their home in the south, coming to Illinois, and in 1911 they came to Iowa. They lived in the Swea City vicinity lor several years, during which period they united with the First Baptist church here. Four years ago they bought a farm near Lakota, where they "have lived since. Mrs. Price had apparently Ad on Pages 4 and 5 of the Second Section been in good health until about two weeks ago. She was stricken with cerebral hemorrhage and died in a short .time Wednesday morriing, May 12. Surviving are her husband, a daughter Margaret, how Mrs. Herbert Gamelke of Pilger, Neb., and a soh Edgar of Dlirt'combe, la. Also two grartdsorts. She was preceded in death by a.daughter Evp Lora, age 12, and two sets of twins who died in infancy. MUsic was furnished by a quartet composed of Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Mrs. Lavonne. Peterson, Sam Link and Daryl. Peterson, with Mrs. Elmer Franks at U. S. Approved U. S. Pullorum Controlled Order Chicks No w Buy Swea City Quality Chicks LAST HATCH JUNE 2ND See its for BARGAINS in STARTED CHICKS : — Males, mixed . and femals. > Pp'Ultiy ; rrteat, and ieggs .will be gbb'd .property this fall. 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