The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1967
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2-Algono (la.) Upper Dei Moinet Thursday, May 25, 1967 Will Honor St. Joe Priest With Dinner ST. JOE - Rev. Leo C. Schumacher observed his 3'th anniversary of ordination Sunday, May 21, and a parish pot-luck dinner -*-ill be held on Sunday, June 4, at 6 o'clock in St. Joseph's School hall with a short program and social evening in observance of the occasion. - o - St. Joseph's parish grade and high school students ^ill attend the 8 o'clock mass in St. Joseph's Church Sunda;,, May 28, in a bod>, *ith high school graduation exercises at Garrigan at 2:30 p.m. Johnnie Geischecker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Geischecker Sr is convalescing at home, suffering from a fractured leg .suffered while playing ball at school. Pfc Richard and Mrs. Thul and Thomas arrived here Sunday at the home of the paternal parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family. Pfc Thul reports to Oakland, Calif. June 24 for Veitnam services. Mrs. Thul is the former Sheryl Harr, daughter of Mrs. Maurine Harr of '.Vesley. Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Betty and Sandy from here and Mrs. Leo Frideres, Algona, and Mrs. Dave McCieish and Debbie and Linn, Chicago, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Erpelding and family at St. Joe, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe and Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Sinn well attended the Knights of Columbus State Convention in Dubuque the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas attended graduation exercises at Trinity Prep School, Sioux City, Sunday arid brought home their son, Daryl, a sophomore at the school the past year. Mrs. Tony Becker entered Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday for medical aid. Mrs. Becker had returned home the first of the week after several weeks at the hospital. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Business forms, office furniture, filing rquipmrnt and supplies, at The Upprr DCS Moines Pub. Co., Al- 1,'ona, across from new Municipal parking lot. gas makes patio living the fun JL, ' •••HBteb* it ought to be Northern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving nituril 2is to your local git company THE LATEST MODEL GASLIGHTS AND GAS GRILLS Available At North Central Public Service Co. 10 BAST STATE STREET 644*4 MISS ALGONA -•[>' Mg< • a Hith >' '••"•"' Rx'-d ha* <ho-<r ' PMli S ' ' ' ' '• fr ^iJl^'^r • ' f Mr s~r\ M-- \! r - < ..r,'.., V;:' • ;• • • . -ivr-'p \',<: ••'.» '•''f '•' V" - V.t;n I •<:•.,, ;..' • he V.'ih I .'... f-;.4r,r! For;*.,, \ .cr-'r,' <•' r r.ri'- Siren ai'r. •? 'ii f- ij'i|i r 'I i-,it rrr« . KM'*;: f Hwon-air.^ t,t;\. fY;, ''iub. triirri i'-'-'\i'. harrj air) fi''- I n 'A ^ I' ••'. .1 I '. . v. I />: r ;;,ii •'.ill p.-(i'".|M ; p in in? pnry"'* MISS GARRIGAN-Thcresa Sigsbcc will represent darn- Ran of Algnna as quern at the .Vir'ih Iowa Hand Festival •June 1.1. A scnmr, she is first snare drummer in the band and is ;i member of [he yearbook siaff. She has been a member of Ihn school pappp si*;.' and worked in (he library. She is a member of ihu I'ep Club. Ihc Pep Band, :ind ('SMC and CYO. She is Ihc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Sifisbee, Route 2, Al- gnna, who farm. LuVerne Club Hosts Teas For School Girls LUVERNE - The Progressive Club of LuVerne gave a tea Thursday, May 18, for the senior girls and another tea Friday, May 19, for the eighth grade girls. The teas were both given in the James Mallory home. Mrs. Lyle Shelton, president, gave the welcome. Mrs. Max Patterson, program chairman, introduced numbers on the program. Rita and Diane Patterson played two piano duets and Ruth Wolf sang two solos. A bone china cup and saucer was given as a favor to each senior girl. The program was the same for the eighth grade girls' tea. Senior girls are Gretchen Zentner, Rita Patterson, Zelda Witzell, Delores Eggleston, Cindy Rugg, Luana Leek, Kris Merriam and Peggy Burtis. Eighth grade girls are Diane Pergande, Diane Patterson, Carla Hansen, Becky Coyle, Jennifer Wilhelm and Martha Jo Bowman. - o - AWARDS PROGRAM An awards program will be held at the LuVerne Community School, Friday evening, May 26. The program will begin at 8 p. m. and will include presentation of awards earned by students who participated in different activities during the school year. The public is invited to attend. - o - COUNTY COMMANDER Lewis Block of LuVerne was elected county commander of the American Legion at the county meeting at Ledyard Thursday evening, May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger called on Ed Hof and other friends in the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove Sunday. Legion Auxiliary members will be selling poppies Saturday, May 27, in LuVerne. The proceeds from the poppies is used for the welfare of veterans and their families. Mrs. Allen Blake, Mrs. Jim Lenz and Robert Blake went to Green Mountain Sunday to visit the Harold Langtelns, parents of Mrs. Blake. It xis Mrs. Lang- tain's birthday. J«5r. and Mrs. Dale Zentner and Gretchen, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy are going to Leech Lake near '-Valker Minn, this weekend for a fishine trip. They plan to te gone till Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gronbach ar.d family, nonliving in Hayfield, are to be hosts to a foreign student in 1967-C8. The student is Plynjui Kreithop* from Thailand and will be arriving in the United States sometime late this summer. Earl Gronbach is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach of LuVerne and Mrs. Earl Gronbach is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schulz of Lu- Verne. Keith Kubly of Western Springs, HI. is coming Thursday to be here for Dale's graduation in Ames Saturday. Mrs. Alvin Weber came home Sunday after spending a week with her son, Jerry Weber and family in Minneapolis. There will be Memorial Day services at the LuVerne cemetery at 10 a. m., May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart were hosts at a dinner Sunday in honor of Jess Jergensen's birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bjustrom and Jerry, Mrs. Faye Lichty and Mrs. Laura Zwiefel. Faye Lichty and Laura Zwiefel called on relatives and friends in the Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove, Sunday. Jess Jergensen was admitted to Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Sunday evening, May 21, for x- rays. Laurence Bjustrom, Stratford, T2.s a visitor in the Clifton Bjustrom home Sunday evening. The LuVerne Methodist church voted to hold their summer Sunday morning services at 8:15 a. m. starting June 4. SWEA-EAGLE 1 By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Dwayne Rippentrop was host to a dinner at his home at Ringsted Sunday. Guests included his parents, the Everett Rippentrops, Dale and Evelyn, Orville Rippentrop and sons, Eugene Rippentrop, the Homer Henriksens and family, Lyle Rippentrop and Cathy Tonn. Mrs. Eugene Rippentrop and Steve left Saturday by plane along with her sister to visit with her and a brother at Washington D.C. She expects to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson entertained their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franks, at their home Sunday. The Laurel Petersons joined other family members at a dinner at the home of her aunt, Abigail Falk at Atwater, Minn., Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Seylar and Timmy came from San Diego, Calif. May 5 to the home of her parents, the Walter 0»Greens. The Walter O*Greens, Mrs. Richar Seylar and Timmy, the Fordes Bergans, and the Donald Morrows were together with Mrs. Glen Morrow, Fox Lake for Mothers day. In the afternoon the Walter CCGreens and Mrs. Seylar and Timmy were callers on Mr. CCGreen's mother , Mrs. Ida O*Green. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones attended the funeral of her uncle, John O'Keefe, Monday at Buffalo Center. Mr. O'Keefe, 60, died unexpectedly at home at Mason City Friday. Bobby Hamilton was a weekend guest at the home of her friends, the Warren Broneses. The ladies served in the Waves together at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Con Brekke Is a patient at Holy Family Hopsital for treatment. She is the mother of Floyd Brekke and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth. The Irvin Munsons were Sunday evening callers at the Floyd Brekke home. Receive Citations The AAA Motor Club of Iowa announced today that two local students have received recognition for their entries in the 23rd annual School Traffic Safety Poster contest. Denise Erdman, 9, 303 W. McGregor, was awarded the Merit Citation for her poster entry. Dcnis«, a 4th grader at St. Cecelia's school, painted a poster depicting the safety slogan "Help Your School Patrol". Sister Mary Francis, instructor, received a Certificate of Appreciation for significant contribution to the furtherance of traffic safety education for schoolchildren. Debra Specht, 12, R. R. #1, a 7th grader at St. Cecelia's, received a Merit Citation for Illustrating the same slogan, "Help Your School Patrol''. 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