The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1967 · Page 24
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Snap-On Scholarship Winner Tuesday, May 16, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinw-17 Carol Slonlker, senior at Algona High School, was awarded a college scholarship sponsored by Snap-On Tools Corp. through the National Merit Scholarship program. In addition to nigh test scores, leadership and good citizenship were also considered for determining the scholarship winners. Besides maintaining top grades at school, Carol has always participated in extra-curricular and community activities. During her high school years she has actively participated in FTA, GRA, FHA, Pep Club, debate team, mixed chorus and 'Cadettes. Carol was majorette of the marching band for the past two years. She was elected Band Queen for 196&-67. Last October, she was Queen hostess for the Algona Band Festival. As Band Queen candidate representing Algona High, she will compete with approximately 90 girls in the 29th aimual North Iowa Band Festival being held in June. Carol has appeared in four Algona High dramatic productions and musicals. She is an active member of the First Lutheran church and this year is serving as devotional secretary for the Luther League. In June, Carol will be a candidate for the title of "Miss Algona," a contest that is the forerunner to the district contest. The district winner then enters as a candidate in the "Miss Iowa" contest. Her hobbies include music (piano and clarinet), reading, dancing (7 years of ballet) and writing poetry. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker, Algona, la. Mr. Sloniker is assistant secretary and purchasing agent at the Weidenhoff Corp., a subsidiary of Snap-On Tools Corp. in Algona. Each year, Snap-On sponsors a minimum of two college scholarships for the children of its United States employees and franchised dealers. Each is a four-year award covering the undergraduate years and may be used at any accredited college or university in the U.S. Carol will major in English and minor in languages at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Her career goal is to become an English literature teacher. She is shown above receiving her award from Elgin Allen, AHS principal, while Ken Peirce, Weidenhoff president, looks on. Junior-Senior Prom Is Held At LuVerne LUVERNE - LuVerne junior- senior Prom was held Saturday, May 6. The theme was "Moonlight and Roses." Speakers at the banquet were: Douglas Nelson, master of ceremonies; Coleen Johns, junior class president; Paul Trauger, senior class president. Mary Hjelmeland read the senior class prophecy and Mrs. James Mai- lory gave a talk on "Following Your Guiding Star." After the banquet, music for the dance was furnished by the Humboldt High School Stage Band. A party sponsored by the junior class mothers was held in the Legion building after the dance. 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Honors went to Mrs. Eager and Mrs. Faye Lichty. The 500 card club met Tuesday with Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Guests were Mrs. Jas. Gilligan, Mrs. Faye Lichty andMrs.Chas. Hinz. Mrs. Clara McClellan won high and Mrs. Clara Wolf was low. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach left Friday for Superior, Wise, to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blair. Clara Blair, granddaughter of the Gron- bachs, was confirmed Sunday. Clarence Nielsen, who had been a patient in Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge, came home last week. He is convalescing at home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nielsen of Ventura were callers in the Clarence Nielsen home Wednesday evening. Richard Wagner of LuVerne has purchased the Emmet Knary house. He purchased household furniture and other furnishings, also. Mr. Knary has gone to live with his sons, Hector, Rock Island, HI., and Victor, Moline, m. The LuVerne Eager Beavers 4-H Club held their monthly meeting in the LuVerne city hall, May 8. The president, Gary Fett, lead the meeting. Plans were made for the club tour, which will be June 18, starting at Herman Hansens. Pot-luck dinner will be held at the park for all 4-H'ers and their families. Lunch was served by Robert Barbers. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly were visitors in the Ralph Stoll home. They came to help Mrs. Stoll celebrate her birthday. John Hanson was admitted to Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, last Tuesday. He is there to have some teeth extracted. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake attended the Iowa Funeral Director and Embalmers annual convention in Des Moines, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The Memorial Society met at the city hall Thursday. Alice Hinz, president, presided. There were 27 members and two guests, Mrs. Walter Bierstedt and Mrs. Eldon Guest. Roll call was answered with a garden hint. Anna Neal gave a reading. Mother's Day poems were read by Mrs. Faye Lichty and Mrs. DIVERSIFIED SERVICES. INC. 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Zion Lutheran of LuVerne was well represented at the LLL spring rally and banquet at St. Paul's of Whittemore, May 7, with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hefti, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas, Pastor and Mrs. R. T. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. John Pergande, Mr. and Mrs. John Schnakenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilhelm attending. Paul Maass was appointed zone Lutheran Hour supervisor. Wen Interest Rates Go Down... H'ill You Be LeftUp tntheAir? What interest rate will you be paying in 1970? With a Federal Land Bank Loan, it could be less. Interest rates on existing loans have been voluntarily reduced four times in the past when economic conditions permitted. This is one of many advantages of a Land Bank Loan. For a long-term, low- cost loan on your land to pay debts, buy land, make improvements or for other farm and family needs, see us today. 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