Scholarship Of Goes To Bancroft Grad 10-Algono lo.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 23, 1967 committee of educators. The two will also received $25 Savings Bonds along with all district winners and finalists. The two winners plan to major In engineering at Iowa State University. John Meyer Intends to become a construction engineer. He ranks number "one" In his class at Saint John High School and has been a student leader. In addition to participating in athletics, he has been active In speech and music groups and the Young Christian Students Club. John is a projectionist (operator of a 35MM projector) for the YCS Theatre, a group in Bancroft dedicated to bringing wholesome family-type movies to the community. JOHN T. MEYER WATERLOO, -Two Iowa high school seniors have been announced as the winners of $1,000 scholarships In the Second Annual Competition sponsored by Thorp Credit Inc. They are Dennis G. Reinke, 17, of Albla Community High School and John T. Meyer of Saint John High School, (Bancroft). Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Meyer Bancroft, are parents of John. The competition was open to all Iowa seniors, who wrote on either of two essay subjects: "Should the U. S. Have Universal Military Training?" and "Why I Like My State". Both boys wrote on the subject of Military Training. They were selected on the basis of their written essay entries, academic standing and extracurricular achievements by a LuVERNE I Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helnkel, Mrs. Sula Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher or FortiJodge were guests Mother's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Galen Helnkel of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake drove to Carroll Thursday evening to attend the graduation of Krisann Blake. She is a niece of Mr. Blake. Mr. and Mrs. August Pergande have returned home after a three week's vacation In the west. They visited Mr. Pergande's son, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Pergande and family in Inglewood, California and his nephew, Robert Pergande and family in Garden Grove. They visited friends and cousins In Los Angeles and Anaheim. On their way home they stopped in Omaha to see Mr. Pergande's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyers and family and in Des Moines to see Mrs. Pergande's nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Larson and family. Mrs. Pergande's sister and husband, PUBLIC SALE Ai the fin. hmi be« told ud I ui nlmf to more lato Alfou, I wUl hold . public .uctloa • the firm located 3 mllee north ud 6 mSht wMt of 169 4 18 junction it Altooa. or S milt, north ud 4V, BUM eut of 18 A U JunttloB at WUtteoMre, OB 9:00 a.m. Fri'., Ma/ 26':00a.m AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: FleMe be eo time ud you cm be home by noon. M FARMALL Ortrkaultd, with power put, new Uree. nuu i»od F-20 FARMALL with roeJ ftar 3-TRACTORS-3 FERGUSON Model 30 TWe traitor U real iharp ud hi* the followim equipment! . 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Mr. and Mrs. Loren Larson were visitors in the August Pergande home last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Larson is a sister of Mrs. Pergande. Mr. Larson is a former owner and operator of the Algona-Fort Dodge bus lines. They lived in Algona for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Larson visited Tuesday evening in the C.W. Bjustrom home. Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer went to White Bear Lake, Minnesota last Monday where they visited their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Felsch. They returned on Wednesday. Mr. Felsch teaches school in St. Paul. Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer were guests on Wednesday evening of Rev. and Mrs. FredSchultz at a 6:30 dinner. The dinner was for district trustees and was held at the Holiday Inn in Fort Dodge. Rev. Schultz is the Fort Dodge District Superintendent. Rev. and Mrs. Biesemeyer were in Fort Dodge Saturday attending a Camp Staff meeting. The meeting was held in the Epworth Methodist church in Fort Dodge. The Woman's Society of Christian Service met in the Methodist church parlors on Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Biesemeyer installed the officers for the new year. Marilyn Zentner, the outgoing president was .presented with a past president's pin. They voted to clean the church on Mon- day. All the circles turned In the balance of their money for the yaar. The circles were divided again for the next two years. Hostesses were Feme Neal, Lucinda Stone, Yulamae Voss, Alma Manning, and Myrtle Eggleston. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hlndman were in Iowa City last Monday to Wednesday visiting their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Hindman. Keith is a student at the University in Iowa City. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hlndman attended an after graduation party for Dennis Kissinger in Livermore last week. Heisagraduate of Twin Rivers-school. The party was given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kissinger. Attending were friends and neighbors. A surprise, welcoming back to LuVerne party, was given for Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman last Thursday evening. It was held in the church parlors after movies on CROP and a filmstrip on membership were shown. They received groceries and other gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Judean Welthea and Debra of Randal visited at the Edwin Marty home on Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Miller and Mrs. Wm. Miller went to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri on Saturday and Sunday to see William and to attend open house. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith went to Iowa Falls to see their son, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ites and family. They plan to be gone over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk left Sunday for a few days visit with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chamberlain of Royal. Mrs. Shirk's parents are presently staying with her sister. Her mother, Mrs. Claire Jones has been In the hospital but Is much improved now and at home with the Chamberlain's. Mr. Jones has not been too well either. The perfect gift for the college student - a portable Smith- Corona typewriter. Also, handy metal files to keep reports, essays and exams organized. •Visit the Office Supply Dept., .UPPER DES MOINES. Kathryn Young ENROLL NOW FOR JUNE CLASS • DES MOINES, 617 Locust • CEDAR RAPIDS, 116 3rd. St. N.E. • WATERLOO, 324 W 4th St. • BURLINGTON, 404 Jefferson Young's School of Beauty DAHLBERG HEARING AIDS Now Save $81.00 Dahlberg Behind Ear Dahlberg Eyeglass 169.00 199.00 Long Battery Life Free Hearing Test Given Saturday, May 27 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Colonial Motel (Jet. U.S. 18 t 169) Al§OM, tewa If you miss your free hearing test, write Box 72, Sibley, Iowa for a home demonstration. No obligation or charge for this special service.
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