Honor Many LHS Students With Awards LU VERNE—Award Night was held recently at Lu Verne High School. Recognition went to the following students: Student Council-Paul Trauger, Gretcnen Zentner, Coleen Johns, Kot?ert Fett, Don Dristow, Becki Watts, Marty Bowman, and Linda Wilhelm. Top 5 Seniors—Grade point average of tetter than B plus— Rita Patterson, Daryl Trauger, Paul Trauger, Tom Steil, and Delores Eggleston. Perfect Attendance 196G-67: 12th Grade—Richard Hersbergen and Luana Leek. 10th Grade—Dennis Blumer, Connie Hefty, Barbara Hurlburt, and Ronnie Wolf. '9th Grade—Danny Block, John Legler, Teresa Pedersen, Lee Schipull, and Kathy Trauger. Certificate of Merit in French: Anna Marie Bahmann, James Bowman, Raejean Hewitt, Teresa Pedersen, David Ristau, Lee Schipull, Kathy Trauger, Terry Vaudt, and Linda Wilhelm. Track Letters—Denny Awe, Rex Bristow, Denny Hanselman, Bob Fett, Doug Nelson, Duane Will, Don Bristow, and Ronnie Wolf. Music •• Awards—Participation in four years of music in high school: Dennis Hanselman, Luana Leek, Dennis Marty, Kristine Merriam, Rita Patterson, Cynthia Rugg, Dale Schipull, and Gretchen Zentner. Third -year music bars: Jean Casey, Gary Ernst, LeRoy Hanson, Mary Hjelmeland, Coleen Johns, Douglas Nelson, Michael Pergande, Henry Schnakenberg, and Duane Will. Two-year bars: Peggy Burtis, Dennis Barber, Mary Cronk, Connie Hefty, Barbara Hurlburt, Michele Coyle, Mary Hanselman, Teresa Gilligan and Ronnie Wolf. Music letters, a band or chorus pin, or both, and a first-year bar; Marty Bowman, Robert Brainerd, Roger Heinen, Larry Casey, Karen Hersbergen, Raejean Hewitt, Linda Ericson, Elaine Hinz, Teresa Pedersen, Kathy Trauger, Anna Marie Bahmann, Phyllis Block, Kris Meyer, Jane Schnetzer. Becki Watts, Linda Wilhelm, John Blumer, Gary Loftus, Lee Schipull, Craig Stripling, Danny Block, Larry Curry, Rick Hersbergen, Douglas Marty, Paul Lenz, David Ristau, Paul Swanson, and Terry Warmbier. Many Seniors Are Honored At Swea City SWEA-EAGLE— At the Arnold Duer home after commencement Monday evening in honor of Norman were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Duer, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Behrend, Mrs. Ben Hovland, Mrs. C. T. Hovland, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim and Tom, Joan and Bea Lodden. At the William Phelps home Monday evening after commencement for their daughter, Patricia, guests included Rev. Crandall, Grace Crandall, Ed Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Newlin, Randy and Jeff, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Norman, John and Chuck, Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Whitman, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Patterson, Bob and Susan, Agnes Olson, Mrs. Lysle Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl attending summer sessions at Lincoln, Neb. Miss Gabel taught English at Wayne State College, Neb. this past year. Mrs. Ruth Carlson and Mrs. Nellie Anderson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Fred C. Newlin and Pauline. Robert Hardt was honored Monday evening after commencement at the Richard O'Green home. Guests included Mrs. Ethel Hardt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 12—Algona, (let.) Upper Des Molnet Tuesday, June 6, 1967 Theesfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kollasch, Geneva and Matt, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Van Berkum, Mr. Richard O'Green, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fagerlund, Pam and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Marna and Robert, Mrs. Fern Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. James Rock, Mr. C. N. Sougsted. Patricia served Finnish coffee, breads and cookies to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin attended commencement at Ceylon, Minn, and we re coffee guests at the Russell Strayer home in honor of their daughter, Kandis. Caryl Larsen, daughter of the Harvey C. Larsens, was honored at a brunch at the Ralph Weber home at Bancroft Thursday morning. She received a bachelor of music degree from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. Sunday afternoon. Miss Larsen graduated Cum Laude. She was one of a class of 432. The immediate family attended the exercises. Carmen Larsen came from Manitowoc, Wise, for her sister's college graduation, and visited her parents, the Harvey C. Lar- sens over the weekend. Eugene Person was honored by friends and relatives Sunday evening after baccalaureate at the home of his parents, the O.R. Persons. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Logemann, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thorsheim, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Agnes Olson, Melba Kittelson, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McFarland, Albert Anderson and Jennifer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Patterson, Susan and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Robert and Marna, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Larson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barnes, Nancy and Tim, William Lofstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thoreson and Heidi, Eldon Link and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albers and children, Mr. and Mrs. William Pech and daughters, and Pastor Julius Peterson. The Mervin Johnsons were Sunday visitors at the home of the Ben Wibbens at Algona to see Mrs. Nels Godfredson, who is now making her home with them, and at the Good Samaritan Home to see Nels Godfredson, who recently became a resident there. Recent dinner guests at the Walter Goraczkowski home were Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski, Sylvester Gor- aczkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thore son and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larsen and family. Sandra Gabel is spending a few days at the home of her parents, the Herman Gabels, before Anderson, Oscar Peterson, Mrs. Wayne Thompson, Glendon Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson and Bde, Mrs. Inez Northern, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hardt, Marlin Hardt, Mr.andMrs.Man- cil Hurlburt, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Linde, Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Langerman, Jean and Wayne, Mrs. Lyle Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Green and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Schultz, Mrs. Melvin Morrow, Mrs. Lavonne Guy, Mrs. Joan Bonnxarens, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Betty Hammond, 'Mrs. Gene Scheff, Tony and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardt, Fern Peterson, and Mrs. Roy Rohlin. Watch the CLASSIFIEDS Grethen House 1514 NO. SHORE DRIVE CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Iowa's bit of New England invites your parties, luncheons, coffees, brunches, bridal showers and dinners. Smart casual clothes, selected gifts are carefully chosen to please the discriminating. 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