Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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(lew*) A6VA!^g fMURJDAV, JUNfe £ Many get awards at Algona high school Annual awards to Algona high school students Were made at commencement at the high BCnOol bowl Tuesday evening. Nine awards were made from income from the Willard E. Thompson and Ella Thompson education fund. The fund is now $200,000 with an eventual total of $500,000. This year $9365 was available for scholarships, yftasis of award is character, scholarship, general ability and hetod. The nine named as recipients this year are Bob Bradford, Wayne Christiansen, Wil- litm Farnham, Eliana Febles, Dianne Jensen, Jarte Raney, Shirley Ringsdorf, Tom Samp, and Helen Skow. All are graduates this year and anticipate college. The Delphian art award of $5 went to Brad Kraft. The Beta Sigma Phi award of $10 to the senior girl Went to Sharon Sundet. The BPW award of $10 went to Sandi Hagg. The DAR award of $20 went to Mike Stillman. The Bel Canto award of $25, in memory of Lucia Wallace, went to Ifrtty Hardgrove. The Ingersoll Forensic A.ward of $25 went to Gregg Buchanan. The Minnie J. Coate memorial award to the graduate with the highest four year grade point went to Barbara Medin, who received straight A with only two exceptions. The P. E. O. English award of $25 for four years work went to Jo Ann Cox. The Soroptimist award of $50 went to Barbara Medin, The Iowa State Bar citizenship awards for boy and girl Went to Eliana Febles and Daniel Merryman. , The Larry Obrecht memorial award of $30 went to Phil Taylor. The Penny Dodds-Mary Cowan award initiated last year of $30 went to Susan Moulton. The Whittemore Woman's club award of $125 went to Barbara Medin. A new award this year is by the .estate of Win. C. Dewel for a graduate intending to enter either law or journalism. The award of $100 went to Gregg REPUBLICAN FOR SUPERVISOR FIRST DISTRICT HAROLD TRAUGER Harold Trauger, LuVerne, graduated from the Livermore High School, married Thelma Hof in 1940 and has three sons, !!, 47 , Vf ars old - S P en t two years in the Air Force during World War II as an Electrical Specialist and at the time of discharge was assigned to Gen. Doolittle's B-29 at Andrews Field, Washington, D.C. Hat spent 25 years in the grocery business, five years as councilman* 15 years as town clerk. Adjutant of the American Legion, Chairman of the Salvation Army 11 years, has been President of the Commercial Club, President of the Community Chest, Lay Leader of the Methodist church, Past Master of the Masonic Lodge, has been active in Scouting, etc. The above biography plus a few additions, will be published in Marquis 'Who's Who in the Methodist Church', a biography of Methodist Leaders (Clergy and Laity). "If elected, I will work hard to be an asset to the District and County in this Public Office." Tweftiy-oM Atpna high seniors were honored With scholarships and athletic letters and other awards were given at the annual Awards Assembly in the Algona high school last Tiles- clay, May 24. The Spirit; Cup was won by the Senior Class and Dav Martin was announced as Wrestler of the Year in other awards. Following is a complete list of awards given at the Assembly: Student .Council — Phyllis Moulton, Randy Riedinger, Con? nie Darbyshire, Rick Black, Barb Medin, Dave Martin, Sana Sved- man, Roger Johnson. Spirit Cup — Senior class. Ninth English — Debbie Huber. Junior High History — Neil Anderson. Junior High Citixenship --Diana Levy. Debate — Glen Tschetter, Phil Taylor, Mike Stillinan, Greg'Bu- chanan. National Merit Scholarships — Finalists receiving Certificates of Merit: Barb Medin, Gregg Buchanan, John Snyder. Cheerleaders — Judy Bgel, Sharon Sundet, Sue Moulton, nie Darbyshire, Rich Black, Barb Knudsen, Lark Whittemore, Sandy Harmes, Rose Mino, Jim Soh- utter, Marne Parrott, Phyllis Moulton. Drama — Phil Taylor, 'Cheryl Rusk, Sally Bay. Yearbook — Sharon Sundet, Eliana Febles. Instrumental Music — Band queen — Kitty Hardgrove; drum majorettes — Jane Raney, Carol Sloniker; outstanding musicianship — Jean Abbott, Sally Bay, Wayne Christiansen, Kitty Hardgrove, Brad Kraft, Linda Meehlhause, Helen Skow, John Snyder, Carol Teeter, Judy Thomsen, Terry Chamberlain, Dennis Ge>org, David Gerber, Daryl Johnson, Donna Kenyon, Kathy Morz, David Ruhnke, James Schutter, Randy Handel, Sara Huber, Ruth Johnson, James Jorgenson, Linda Ruhnke, Dean Teeter, Tim Will, Ray Chamberlain, David Riley; most improved — Joy Meyer, Martha Pendergast, Jane Raney, Bill Deal, Bonita Kiilsholm, Bea Kay Marshall, Elaine Pooch, Jeff Allen, Cathy Chris- chilles, Don Hagen, Debra Kelley, Karl Morz. Bruce Olson, Mary Anliker, Bill Burt, Debbie Huber, Ward Leek, Rosemary Pendergast, Judy Sigsbee, Susan Smith, Mark Snyder, Peggy Zitt- ritsch, Terry, Chamberlain, Linda Meehlhause/James Schutter Vocal Music — Kitty Hardgrove, Sharon Menneke, Judy Thomsen, Pam Kees, Brad Kraft, Wayne Christiansen, Bob Bradford, John Will, Sally Bay, Kathy Darbyshire, Marilyn Paetz, Sheri Baker. Football Lettermen — Dave Martin, Dale Teeter, Bob Bradford, Larry Scobba, Glenn Tschetter, Tom Samp, Phil Specht, Kevin Hoover, Dave Walker, Tom Fitzpatrick, Mark Conn, Gary Barr, Bill Farnham, Brad Kraft, Tom Claude, Steve Waller, Chris Conn, Dave Camp Dennis Miller, Bill Boldridge, Clint Young, Larry Munger, Bob Farnham, Don Hagen, Randy *• Riedinger, Tom Jones, Racn s 'RusseIi &pe&f. Black, Basketball LtttWfntm — Teeter, Dave Walkef, bin „„*- ryman, Brad Kraft, Gary Bait, Dennis Breidfert, Cfaig Esf»&, Tom Claude, Bill Boldridge, Steve Waller, Brocke Latys, Dave Cowan, traiher, Doug Johes, mgr. Wrestler of the Yeai- — DaVe 1 Martin. Wrestling Lettermen— Paul Watkins, Bill Carlson, Steve Claude, Larry Munger, Tom Samp, Randy Riedinger, dint Young, RuSs Shaw, Dave Martin, Bruce Bennett, Dennis Miller, Kevin Hopver, Bob Bradford, Tom Fit«patrick, Dick Winter, mgr/ Golf Lettermen — Dan Merryman, Phil Taylor, Gregg Buchanan, Brad Kraft, Don Hagen. Track Lettermen — Dale Teeter, Dave Martin, Gary Barr, Kevin Hoover, Bill Boldridge, Brocke Laws, ttean ; Teeter, Rich Black, Mike Dreyer, Larry Taylor, Rod Rogert, David Cowan, mgr., Karl Morz, mgr. , Ind. Arts —: Don James, Pat St. John, Dean Lowman, Dean Cooper, Ward Leek, Dave Riley, Sergio Febles, Dick Winter, and Baitbaff Letteremen — (For summer of 19fl5) •** Lifty Scofr ba,,Bill Farnham, Mark Conn, Gafy Barr, Dave Mai-tin, Hale teeter* Tom Claude, Cfaig Espe, Bob Farnham, Bill. Boldridge, Roger Meyer, Steve Hardy, Dah Gilhiore, Skip Perkins. Scholarship and OranMn Aid Recipients — Bob Bradford, Iowa State University; Gregg Buchanan, Grinnell; JoAnn Cox, Iowa State University; Eliana Febles, .Upper Iowa University; Tom Fitzpatrick, Wayne State; Kitty Hardgrove, Buena Vista; Dianne Jensen, State University of Iowa{ David Martin, Iowa State University; Barb Medin, Cornell; Sharon Menneke, Bethany Nazarene College, Bethany, Oklahoma; Ronald Mittag, Au- gustana, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Sue Moulton, Cornell; Mar jo Pomplun, Buena Vista; Tom Ricklefs, State University of Iowa; Shirley Ringsdorf, State University o'f Iowa; Tom Sathp, State College of Iowa; Margaret Schutter, State University of Iowa; John Snyder, Grinnell; Phil Taylor, Iowa State University; Dale Teeter, Drake; Judy Thomsen, Morningside. •, / Always Welcome BY WYLER SHOCK PROOF WATERPROOF ANTI-MAGNETIC LIFETIME MAINSPRING AND BALANCE WHEEL Fron *29 to JANE RANEY WAS THE WINNER OF A $60 WYLER WATCH Registration Was Open To AM '66 Graduates In Algona Rusk Drug & Jewelry ALGONA, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schroeder and son of Minneapolis were Friday night and Saturday morning guests at the paid Puffer home. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Puffer and girls .visited Mrs. Kate Paul at Meservey. Mrs. Paul is the mother of Mrs. Puffer. A brother, Arid Paul and family of St. Charles, 111. were also visiting at. Meservey. Memorial Day Mr. and Mrs. Puffer, Candace and Carol attended Memorial services at Corwith and attended the Corwith-Wesley alumni dinner at the Corwith school. Harry Godden has been in a hospital at Emmetsburg since mid-May when he fell in the bath tub and broke several ribs'.' He is due for release in a short time it is hoped. Mrs. David King was recently visited by her relative Lester Simmons of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. William Geering had as guests Monday their son- in-law and 1 daughter Rev. -arid 1 ' Mrs. Everett Black and children of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. William; LoV- stad of Forest City are parents of a daughter weighing five pounds and twelve ounces born May 27. There is another child in the family, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lovstad are the paternal grandparents. Mrs. Frances Moe had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crutcher of Bloomington, m. Miss Alice Condon spent last week in Fort Dodge where she was called by the sudden death of a brother-in-law, Joe L. Me Mahon. Mr. McMahon served as sheriff of Webster county from 1940 to 1960. He is survived by four grown children who were present with their families for the funeral May 25. Mrs. McMahon passed away just a year ago. Mr. and Mrs, William Wyatt were at Colo from last week Tuesday till Thursday called there by the death of Mrs. Anna Wyatt who would have been 99 in February. She has been in failing health for some time and services were held Thursday, May 26. Mrs. Lloyd Haubach was visited Sunday at the Good Samaritan Home by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hahle of Nora Springs and Lavonne Miles of Clear Lake. Mr, and Mrs, Ed Hagg had as guests Sunday their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf and children of New Haven, and Hugh Black and children. Mr. and Mrs, Elvin Moore and family of Muscatine and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaffer of Wappelo were guests Sunday of Mrs. Harold Smith, and Mrs Edna Richter, of Titonka, mother and grandmother respectively of Mr. Moore. The Moores also spent some time with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith- Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt have had as guests the latter's mother, Mrs. Mae Mills of Des Moines who celebrated her eighty-sixth birthday here Other guests were Mr. and Mrs E. J. Ziebarth and daughter, Jennifer. Evtlyn Cady had M cjlUrs at the Good Samaritan Home Sunday Mr. Clarence Panpkuk and son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Grotte ajid daughter of Fairmont, Mann. Mrs. Pannkuk and her late husband are well known former Algonans. Mr. and Mr*. E. J. Evers, Bob, Barbara and Virginia were at Qdell, Neb. Friday, May 27 to attend the funeral services for Mr. fivers' mother, Mis. R. ft Evers, 86. She had been in failing health for 'some: time. Mrs. Rubie Walker has been visited from, last week Thursday till Saturday by her daughter Pearl and her friend, Mrs. Gwen Hill of Chicago, m. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter spent the weekend at their cottage on Spirit Lake and had as guests Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel. Dora Mitchell of the Good Samaritan Home spent the weekend at New Hampton with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mallory and saw other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley went to Minneapolis, Minn, to attend the graduation of their grandson Michael Gergen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen. Mr. Seeley will also attend a. ballgame. Mrs. Seeley's mother, Mrs. Laura Hintz who makes her home here, suffered a slight stroke recently but will probably enter St. Ann while ...., , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Forburger, Wesley, are parents of twin girls, born Sunday morning at the Britt hospital. The girls weighed 5 IDS. and 5 Ibs. 7 oz. and have been named Jean and Jane. The family now have five §6ns and five daughters. Grandparents are the- Urban Lickteigs and Tom. Forburgers and the great grandparents are Mr. Mrs. John Lickteig, all of ley, hoff had as weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rath, Des Moines, Memorial' day all were dinner guests of their son-in- law and daughter, the Calvin Tschetters at Eagle Grove. The C. R. Bronsons and Clyde Bronsons attended the Glesse- ner reunion at Evansdale, Memorial Day, There were 70 in attendance. ; Mr, and Mrs. Patrick Welch, Dubuque, visited his parents the Michael Welches, Algona, over the Memorial weekend. While here they attended the graduation of Mary Kay Welch at Garrigan, Sunday afternoon. GRADUATE HONORED Cary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane was graduated Tuesday evening and those coming from out-of-town were his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lane and..Mrs. Nellie Harvey of Manchester, his cousin Terry Lane of Marion, sister Mrs^ Fred Wiebusch and Tammy of White Bear Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith of Orient, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trumbull and Brian of Clear Lake. Open house was held for Mends aiid neighbors, Mr. Wiebusch had been here previously. BABY SHOWER Mrs. Charles Ullom was hostess for a combination baby shower and farewell party recently. The shower was for Mrs. Don Camenisch whose baby was born May 14. The party also feted Mrs. James Herschberger, Mrs. Gerald Soper, Mrs. John Stephens and Miss Hattie Wilson, all of whom will be leaving Algona. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Richard Schneider, Mrs. Leon Martin and Mrs. Keith Christie. SORORITY DINNER Zeta Xi chapter met for dinner at Charlie's Supper club Monday evening, May 23. End of the year and evaluation reports,, iwere ..made, and summer plans were discussed. Corrine Shimel and June Krull, delegates to the Beta Sigma Phi convention in Waterloo, reported on the meeting and the donation of $3,000 presented to the Iowa Cancer Fund by the Iowa chap- ters of tiws CONFIRMATION DINNER Christine, daughter of Mr. *nd Mrs. lUcliard Groan, was confirmed Sunday, May 29, in the Trinity Lutheran church, A family dinner was given in her honor at which guests were Mrs. Nettie LaVrenz, sMf. and Mi's. Richard Lavrenz and,Harold, of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben GrOen, of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sands and Linda. etui HANS The Mariners club of the Presbyterian church will meet for ft family pidiie June 19 at Mie Call state park, jfhe TOirinut* tee in Charge is Mr,,and Mrs. Joe Batter, Mr, and Mrs, Marlin Meehlhause and Mr, and Mrs. Don Hungate. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mr*. Beecher Lane Will be hostess to her 500 club Thursday evening. JUST ON TNE MARKET Home For Sale - 514 EAST CHUBB STREET - Fine 3 or 4-bedroom Kemt at 514 East Chubb street has just been put on the market. Located three blocks from Lucia Wallace school, blacktop street with curb and gutter, plenty of shade, private back yard and near proposed location of new high school. Three bedrooms/two smaller ones on north side and master bedroom with 12-foot built-in dresser on south. Living room with picture window and floor-to-ceiling cabinet, dining area. Kitchen newly redecorated. Large family room, tiled, could be converted to spacious bedroom. Two full bathrooms, both with showers. Utility room. All bedrooms and living room carpeted in past three years. Full basement, painted and partially decorated. Gas furnace only eight years old. Carport. This ,home will not be on the market long so if you are interested, contact us immediately. Seeley Realty Co. (over SI L) i7'/ a E. STATE' Paul M. Seeley. Realtor Arnie Ricklefs and Jim Geelan Mark A. 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