The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1945 · Page 2
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. , flie Algdna ptt Pea Mol a, law* bailed *t «ie M6rHS -Studer hoftife Mohdar-HIgljt. . • -. JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET, LAKOTA, SATURDAY, MAY 5 Lakota: The junior-senior banquet was held in the town hall •here Saturday evening with women of the Lutheran charge serving the meal. The theme for the occasion was Pan-American. Class colors were purple and white, nut cups, a senorlta, place cards, fans and sombreos and the centerpieces bowls of southern fruits. The program and menu folders were purple with varied colors in decoration. The room was decor"- ated with two large palm trees and multi-colored streamers overhead. Several tables along the wall held displays of Mexican pottery, gourds, cacti, and one held a display of Spanish musical Instruments. A thatched hut with a fence trimmed with flowers was placed in the front of the room making an interesting back ground for the tables. Several interesting posters, one with Pan- American flags and one with southern fruits were on the walls, and a man and woman in native costume with the faithful donkey, showing how the loads were carried were standing near the north wall. The juniors presented each senior with an American Beauty rose, the class flower, as a favor. , The Program The following program was presented with Avis Mitchell as toastmistress; Welcome to seniors, Bernice Olson; response, the South American way, Don Wortman; selection by junior sextet, Wanda Heetland, Doris Asmusson, Lena Christ, Judith Schroeder, Fanchin and Faustine Heetland; Good Neighbor Policy, Elsie Ward; clarinet solo, Fanchin Heetland; class will, Dorothy Schroeder; class history, Virgil Krosch; class prophecy, Judith Schroedsr; trombone duet, "My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time", Faustine Heetland and Judith Schroeder. Table waitresses were the sophomores. There were nine in the class of '45 as follows: Norma Olthoff, Virgil Krosch, Dorothy Schroeder, Jane Steenhard, Deloris Roelfsema, Audry Ruby, Paul Bierstedt, Junior Christ and Don Wortman. Elsie Ward was in charge of the event. The Andrew Jansens spent Sunday visiting the Earl Good- nows at Mason City. Mrs. Wade Ball, Algona, and a guest, Gene Sullivan of Chicago visited friends here Thursday F. O. Winston Schroeder, stationed at Truedale Field, Wis., spent Sunday with his family, the Fred Schroeders here. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Anderson attended 'the junior-senior banquet at Buffalo Center Saturday evening. Mr, Anderson teachss In the Buffalo Center school. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burns from California arrived Saturday for a visit" with Mrs. Burns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ukena, and other relatives. Mrs. Burns was formerly Mary Ukena. Little David Ley celebrated his 3rd birthday Friday with the following guests present: His maternal grandmother, Mrs. W. E. Ley, his aunt, Mrs. Edward Buckels and his cousin, Steven Buckels, Mrs. A. C. Schissel and children, Joe and Sue. A family birthday dinner was enjoyed at the W. E. Leys that evening. Tony C. Schaper was married to Elizabeth Baldridge of Des Moines, Friday at the chapel of the Central Presbyterian church in Des Moines wkh Rev. Percy H. Nickless officiating. A wedding reception was gitfeh in the church parlors following, the ceremony. The bride has been env ployed by the Iowa State Traveling Men's association for several years. Relatives here received word Saturday of the death of 2nd. Lt. Warren C. Randall on April 18 in Luzon. Mrs. Randall and her daughter Sylvia left Lakota recently following B two months visit with her brother, Charles Winter, and other relatives here. Other immediate survivors are the young man's father, Claude Randall, and a brother Howard and family of Glenburn, N. D. FORMER RESIDENT OF SWEA PASSES IN COLORADO Swea City: Relatives here have received the news of the death of Mrs. Lorana Sundstrom of Denver, Colo., April 29. Mrs. Sundstrom was "the widow of Axel Sunds'trom, a former jeweler in Bancroft. She was born Lorana Anderson to Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Anderson, pioneers of Swea township, and was a sister of the late C. J. Anderson, also Edward, Norman and Elon Anderson, Mrs. Louisa Berggren, Mrs. Hagbert Olson and Mrs. Eva Van Alstine, all of whom preceded her in death. Moving from 'this vicinity to Colorado several years ago, the Sundstroms had their home at Arvada, where Mr. Sundstrom was engaged in mining. During the later years Mrs. Sundstrom has lived with a daughter. Mrs. Harold Hague. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Laura Cornstock of Pine; Colo., Mrs. T. J. Grady of Minneapolis, Mrs. Wm. Dixon and Mrs. Harold Hague of Denver, Colo., also nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren, and one brother, Oscar T. Anderson of Elmore, Minn. Three children, Mia, Alice and Sidney preceded her in death. 'Interment was in the 'family plot at Alma. Colo. Chas. Schemmel returned Sunday from Dubuque where he had spent a few days with his mother who is quite ill. Mrs. Art Collins returned to her home Friday ,from Rochester where she underwent a major operation at St. Mary's hospital. Jean Butterfield celebrated her 7th birthday at a dinner Saturday evening. Guests were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Butterfield and her great aunt. Mrs. Rose Moulton. Former Swea City Pastor Writes About Army Experiences Swea City: Writing the Swea City Herald from Pine Camp, N. Y., Rev. Raymond E. Bprg says: "My status has been ' changed lately. Two months ngo I (was appointed post chaplain, of this camp. Most of my work is with the American personnel and especially with a special training unit. I still must provide services to the prisoners of war here and supervise the branch camps in that respect, so I have a full program 'but it is an interesting one. My commanding officers are excellent. The family is still with me and all are in good health We like the climate here. Some day we hope to drive to Lake Placid, the Switzerland of America, in the Adirondacks. We are sending our greetings to our many friends in Swea City." BACCALAUREATE FOR SENIORS AT LEDYARD SUNDAY Ledyard: Baccalaureate service for the class of '48 were held in the high school auditorium; Sun day evening. The program: Processional, Miss HaSack; invoea tton, Rev. Cass; hymn, congrega tion; "Prayer Perfect," girls trip Catherine Sullivan, Marian Sten zel and Stella Fry; sermon, Rev Nuss;."Love Came Calling," girls sextet, Catherine Doocy, Marian Stenzel, Dolores Koestler, Catherine Sullivan, Stella Frye, Patricia Matzener; benediction, Rev. Cass recessional, 'Miss Hosack. Class of Thirteen The class of '45 is made up o 13 seniors as follows: Oeraldine Ascher, Lois Black, John Dontje Catherine Doocy, Beverly Koestler, Thomas Garry, Virgil Gelhous, Milton Jorgenson, Dorothj Klinksiek, Murrien Poppe, Rose Marie McDonald, James Reece and Catherine Sullivan. Commencement exercises wll be held at the high school auditorium Thursday evening at 8 o'clock with Judge Butler of Mason City 'delivering the commencement address. School wll close at noon on Friday. 1 Albert Karels of Bancro r t 1 hom.e on furlough from Etiglan' and Gustave Simonsmeier is home from Africa on furlough. Elden, son of Mr. and Mrs Marvin Junkermeier, has been a the hospital at Buffalo Center fo: treatment for an ear infection. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Nuss at tended a meeting of the Calvinis tic Council last week Tuesday a the Ramsey church near 'Titonka Relatives here received won that Ervin Krammersmeier hae been wounded in action and i now convalescing in a hospital in France. Ruth, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred Ploeger, celebrate! her 6th birthday Saturday by en tertaining a group of little friend: at a birthday party. Short funeral services were con ducted Sunday morning by Rev E. Nuss at the Highland Horn" cemetery for the stillborn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Junkermeier. Henry Selberg, who has been ee Lester DeBolt Phone' 308 N. Thorlngtbn in the hospital at Aigonay was able to come home the end of last week. Mrs. t Selibert's - brttiH» Mrs. Lutter of .FalfMont, has been helping Mrs, Selberg. Mrs. E. J, Maftilirt and dang%* ter who have been visiting fela-* tives the past six weeks at Ogeffta came home this week to be With her parents, Mr. and Mrs", Roy Wentworth. Her husband is in the navy. Recently little Sheryl KV, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zielske was baptized it ttfe J3. and R. parsonage with Rev. E. P. Nuss officiating. Sponsors were Mrs. Raymond Barslow and Herbert Zielske. Leo Anderson who recently purchased the ' Mauss department store at Rake, held a grand opening of the store under new mart- agement last Saturday. Mrs. Anderson and Donnle Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn attended. The Methodist church will hbld their Bible school starting Monday, May 21. This year there will be morning and afternoon sessions and for only one week. All children who will begin school this fall and above are invited to attend. *. tffieflifii and 'relatives nets *£» «8fttiy, fecelvM affri^tffigfi " " thS^m'aftWg* of B6ul*ft lder? place Looft, te . The « in the church in Chicago, BeUlah has been teaching in a private -school In,, Chicago thfe past year. ^ x Mr. and Mrs Herbert Zielske entertained at a family dinner on Sunday. Those present were" Mr, and Mrs. Richard Zielske- and Walter, Mr. and Mrfl. Alfred Zielske and family, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Zielske and latnlly, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Wlteox and family and Mr. and Mrs. fiirter Zielske and family of Granada. Herman Cook, Former Wesleyan, Passes at Gamer Saturday Wesley! Herman Cook, who was past 75, died Saturday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Morris Studer at Garner. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at Garner at 10 and burial w.as in Grundy Center. Mr. Cook and the Studer (family were Wesley residents a few years ; before mbv* Ray fluff and Ittle? daughter of Ceda? .Rapids Waited <hte mother, Mrs. Mary Muff who is Ml at he* home. They returned hdh.e !•«day. •Mrs. Delmar £ommefihg and three small children of St. Paul, Minn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Kain and family 1 north of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grubb and little son Jerry erf Des' M$hes came Friday for a v^ft with his mother, -Mrs. Martha Grubb, and his brothers. Mrs. Mary Huff who Was taken to the Kossuth hospital a week ago suffering from pneumonia re« covered enough to be brought home Thursday afternoon. RATT'lAMBEOTPAINT MADE BY 7 H ^ MAKFRS Of "El" Floor Varnish I i , - » ; Cowan Building Supply Co. 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