The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1967
Page 21
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'47, '57 Presentation Class Reunion f ._ . , .—. . . ^^aa^a.^^^^^^^ta^. Two former classes from Presentation Academy High School, Whittemore, held reunions Saturday evening. The graduates of 1947 (top photo) enjoyed a dinner at Fairmont, while the class of 1957 (below) me t for dinner at the Johnson House here. The get-togethers were planned separately - and the fact that both were held the same night was purely coincidence. The class of '47 held a short party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Farrell, north of Whittemore, before going to dinner and the class of '57 did the same at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elbert here. u Coincidence went further than the fact the classes held reunions the same night. There were 16 member sin each class originally- and nine were present at each reunion. All graduates of both classes are still alive with one exception. Robert Elbert of the 1947 class is deceased. Members shown in the top photo include, front row, left to right, Mrs. Dennis Weber (Rosanne Germann), Whittemore; Mrs. Roger Scott (Mary Jane Muller), Burt; Mrs. Jim Muller (Joanne Germann), Whittemore; Mrs. Vern Bormann (Zita Fandel), Whitte- more; and Mrs. Ken Farrell (Florence Kollasch), Whittemore. Back row, left to right, Woody Walters, Princeton, N. J.; Don Mergen, Salina, Kans.; Clem Bisenius, Whittemore; and Roger Uhlenhake, Evansdale, la. Not present were Donna Jean Alig (Mrs. Merle Herbers), Davenport; Sister Mary Marita (Anna Mae Kollasch), Lawler; Mrs. Bill Rooney (Katherine T. Kollasch), Armstrong; Jim Farrell, Oakland, Calif.; Rosella Kreutz, California; and Pat Higgins, Chicago; _->„..,,.....,. ...... ..„-.-. . The" 1957 grads shown' 'Below include, front row, left to right, Mrs.' Jim Elbert (Patricia Kollasch), Algona; Mrs. Larry Stocker (Marlene Loebach), Emmetsburg; Sister Mary Benedict (Patricia Waldschmidt), Dubuque; and Mrs. Tony Tremmel (Mary Jo Haag), North English, la. Back row, left to right, Marvin Loebach, Estherville; Earl Ludwig, Algona; Thomas Farrell, Vail; John Buscherfeld, Ft. Dodge; and Jerome Besch, Minneapolis. Mr. Farrell was class president and Mrs. Elbert was class secretary in 1957. (UDM Flashfotos) More than 75 per cent of the nation's 3.7 million miles of roads and streets are now surfaced. COMPARE THIS MOWER AROUND ALGONA COMET with any other mower regardless of price! NO OTHER MOWER HAS ALL THE FEATURES A SNAPPER COMET GIVES YOU. Snapper Comet mowers are un« excelled for ease of handling anti comfort for the operator , , . and they are unexcelled in mechanical features, too. Big 5 to 8 HP gasoline engines (some with electric starters)! ail steel construction^ completely enclosed transmission; 5 speeds forward plus reverse , , . and lubricated for life. In. slant cutter height adjustment I" to 4". 26", 30", 41" sizes, We invite you to compare Comet with any other riding IT ON YOUR LAWN I CHUCK BEHR'S STANDARD 295*3372 Illllllllllllllllllll BY RUTH SHIERK THE FAMILY of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern held a get-together Sunday at the parental home. Arriving Sunday for a visit of several days were their son Dale and family of Claremont, Calif., another son, Delmar and family of West Union, who were also here for several days. Their son, • Kenneth, who served in Thailand until last fall, was released from the Army in March and is now in Algona employed by the Merryman Const. Co. FLOYD HOLT spent from Sunday until Thursday last week at Houston, Tex., where he visited his son, Alan, at the NASA Space Center. He had accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Del Leaneagh and Kirk Hayes, who attended the convention of Kiwanis International at Houston. The group traveled in the Leaneagh plane, with Mr. Leaneagh as pilot. GARY GRAHAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham, left by plane from Des Moines June 20 for Ft. Campbell, Ky., where he is taking his basic training in the U.S. Army. With him is Roger Ferris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ferris, also in basic training'. MR. AND MRS. Joel Herbst returned Saturday after visiting Mrs. Ralph (Vesta Weaver)Menzel at Houghton, Mich. The couple was gone about ten days. MRS. MATT BORMANN was honored by neighbors and friends on her birthday June 29, The guests brought coffee and cookies as well as gifts for the honoree. MRS. C. K. (Connie) Kohlhaas received a surprise welcome to her new home by neighborhood friends who participated in a housewarming. They brought coffee, cookies, and gifts for the new home, recently purchased from Mrs. Midge Kuester near the Third Ward school. GUESTS OF Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Bourne are his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cutler of Cleveland, Ohio, who arrived by plane Friday and were met by the Bournes at Minneapolis. The two couples went Sunday to the Bourne summer home at Lake Okoboji, where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cutler remained to visit here until after the Fourth. MAUREEN BESTENLEHNER had as weekend guest Maureen Clements, Austin, Minn. Miss Clements also visited Pat Besch, Kathleen Bestenlehner, daughter of the Bill Bestenlehners, is employed by North American Airlines at Burbank, Calif, for the summer. She also is attending school about three nights a week. JERI, DAUGHTER OF Mr. and Mrs. Bill Angell, Madison, Wise., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney and other relatives. She made the trip by plane. L'CPL. RONALD WALDERA is visiting his wife and son and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera and brother, Dick and family. MARY JEAN HOOD was released Friday from Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, where she has been hospitalized following an accident. She is recuperating at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood. MRS. LEO CASSEL is entertaining at her home today (Thurs., from 2 to 4 p. m. at a courtesy tea for Mary Ann Bradley. Guests are neighborhood friends. MRS. WILLIAM LAM PRIG HT entertained a group of neighbors last Wednesday as a welcome to her mother, Mrs. Leo Kollasch, to the neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch recently purchased the former Connie Kohlhaas home on No. Phillips St. and moved to Algona from their farm home. MR. AND MRS. Leo Cassel and family left Monday morning for Lake Okoboji where they are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McMahon at their summer home on the lakes. They were guests through the Fourth. FATHER AURELIUS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Burns, spent several days in Algona when his father was hospitalized. He planned to return for a couple of days this week. He is presently a student at Minnesota University at Minneapolis. Fr. Leo Burns, Jesuit priest at St. John's on campus at Creighton University at Omaha, visited his brother, Vernon Burns, at St. Ann hospital. Mr. Burns, hospitalized the past ten days, is now out 'jf the oxygen'tent and makiiK fine progress. Plans ire that he will remain in the iosi-itol lor at least another f. 1 •• o veeks. MEMBERS OF THE famih of Mrs. Joseph Roone;. gathered Sunday at the Roone\ residence. The;, included her mother, Mrs. Paul Wagner of Odebolt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wagner and family of Odebolt, Mr. and Mrs. John Anthe and daughter "jf San Fernando, Calif., Mrs. Laura Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joynt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Meyers and family of Emmetsburg. Arriving Sunda}' evening and remaining until tomorrow 'Jri. were Dr. Rooney*s brother, Mr. and Mrs. James V. Rooney and eight children of Fullerton, Calif. MRS. EUGENE MURTAGH and Mrs. Melvin Bourne entertained as house guests at their summer homes on Lake Okoboji eight of their friends from Tuesday through Tluirsda;.. Tues>i.r., the group attended a luncheon anc fashion show at the Yacht Club. jARY PEEK, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Pe-.r, arrived from Decorali Frida-> to visit his parents over the Fourth. 3ar\ instructs swimming and physical eiucation at Luther College in the "I j ward Bound" ; r >ject, •.\hici. is participated in '!•> huh school ;. outh. NEWLY-ELECTED officers of the Youth Fellowshi] of the First Pies! •, terian church include Bill Carlson, president; Karl M»rz, vice ; resident; Bill Burt, sec- r^tar. ; and Kris Easter, treasurer. MR. AND MRS. Orvilie Wicks returned Tuesda;. evening after a month in California -.'.here the;, visited friends and relatives at Los Angeles, Oakland and San Bernardino. At Los Angeles, the;, visited then daughter, Bar- Lara, who has been employed since earh April l>;. State Farm Ins. Co. The couple made the trip by plane. MIKE SCHMIDT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt, left Frida\ for Hollman Air Force Base at Alamagordu, N.M., for one month's R.O.T.C. training. Mike, a senior at the Universih of Nebraska, is a Cadet Captain in the Air Force unit at the University. MR. AND MRS. Wes Bartlett and Brett left June 18 for Houston, Tex., where the> attended the convention of Kiwanis International. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett ' and Brett returned Saturday evening. Mr. Bartlett took a plane at Kansas City to go to Louisville, Ky. where he is attending a national convention of the Key Club, an organization of high school students sponsored by the Kiwanis Clubs. Mr. Bartlett, international trustee, is representing the board of directors at this meeting. He plans to plane to Chicago where he will spend a couple of days on Kiwanis affairs and will arrive in Algona sometime Friday (tomorrow). MR. AND MRS. Joe Pomplun attended the convention of Kiwanis International at Houston and visited friends enroute. They were gone about two weeks. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker left Tuesday to attend the con, vention in Chicago of Lions Inter- j national, who are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary as an organization. The couple plans to return to Algona Saturday. MIKE NAVOICHICK, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Navoichick and Specialist 5 in the U.S. Army, left Omaha by plane yesterday to report to Ft. Irwin, Calif. He has spent his leave with his parents, arriving here May 26. Plans of his new assignment are indefinite. MR. AND MRS. William F. Steele and daughter Sally recently spent five days in Chicago where they visited another daughter, Mariana, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Benson. Former Algona Man Retired From Service M.ijoi Jess r. He; rttircii from active miliLir. struct after over 2" \e.irs June 30. The ceremonies honoring Major Reynolds included the complete faniih at Ft. Bliss, Texas, at a luncheon held in the Flamiiuo Room of the H»- Thursday, July 6, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 •.van! Juhnson M>>tol at LI Risu, Texas.June 22. Major Gener.d Gtor b e T. Powers, Command in. General of the U. S. Arrm Air Defense Center, Ft. Bliss, ^resented Major Reynolds the Legion of Merit medal for his meritorious service. Major Reynolds and his -.vife Nornu make their home HITA. in, Arizona. The\ havet'.vo children at lu>me. Tlie oldest child, Barbara, is located in San Antonio, Texas and is studying at Our Lad\ of the Lake College and Convent. Andrev. 1 , the oldest bo>, is studying to become a parish priest at Retina Cleric Seminary at Tucson, Arizona. LETTERS to EDITOR THANKS: The Algona Jaycees want to thank you for the tremendous backing you gave us for the Miss .Algona Pageant. It truly was very much appreciated. You helped make it a big success. Algona Jaycees MRS. BRADY ROVN, in returning from Minneapolis recently following the funeral of her mother, brought her granddaughter, Stephanie Lynn Shierk, home with her. Randall Shierk brought his wife, the former Jean Rovn, and their son, Scott, from Minneapolis Sunday and remained overnight. He returned to Algona last Thursday to take his family back to Minneapolis. While here, he visited his mother, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, who was at St. Ann hospital for a few days. GUESTS LAST week of Mrs. C. C. Shierk for three days were her daughters, Delthea, Mrs. J. C. Watson of Maryvillt, Mo., and a student at Northwest Missouri State College, and Ruth, Mrs. Anthony DiVenere, and children Dominick, Madeleine Rutli and Anthoiv., Franklin Park, HI., as well as Mrs. Rosemar. FicK, Park Forest, HI. HOSPITAL NEWS JULY 1 - Admitted: John Smith, Lakota, medical; Baby Ivan Blocker, Bancroft, medical; Thomas Schuller, \Vhitte- more, medical; James Elmore, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Robt. Blocker, Bancroft; Mrs. Leslie Higley and baby, Algona; Mrs. Michael Bauman and baby, Rodman; Ethel McEnroe, Robert Steven, Algona; Mrs. Muriel Ackerman, Lorte Rock. JULY 2 - Admitted: Baby Jill Benson, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Walter Benson, Algona; Florian Hellman, Bancroft; Axel Peterson, Fenton. electric outdoor LU gives you more living space,too! Algona Municipal Utilities BEEF UP LIVESTOCK INCOME WITH FEEDS Take this steer, for example, nicknamed "Big Boy" for his amazing gains. He increased his weight by 495 Ibs, in 112 days during a test at the CO-OP Demonstration and Research Farm — a record-breaking 4.42 Ibs, a day! He did this on a ration of CO-OP Beef Concentrate mixed with corn and grain sorghum, and fed with pelleted alfalfa roughage. Just "a test"? No, Indeed! Everything done on the CO-OP Farm you can do on your place — In a practical commercial feeding operation that will make you real money, Check with us for information on feedlot and feeding program, and the same feeds that "Big Boy" found so profitable. IT PAYS TO KNOW YOUR CO-OP FEED MAN AT Whittemore Co-op Elevator For Top Performance CO-OP Gasoline Fuel Oils Oils and Lubricants TELEPHONE 295 - 5614 HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds

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