The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1968 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 6, 1968
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18—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1968 Wed Here January 21 In a Jan. 21 ceremony at the First Methodist church In Algona, at 2 p. m., Frances Pruismann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruismann, Sexton, became the bride of Hugh M. Black, Algona. Rev. William R. Noland officiated at the single ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Mrs. William Albert, Loveland, Colo., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Kathryn Pruismann, sister of the bride, and Louise Black, daughter of the groom, were bridesmaids. Attending the groom as best man was David Smitti, Algona. Kenneth Smith, Estherville, and James Black, son of the groom, were the groomsmen. Harold Pruismann and Robert Black ushered. Mrs. Kirk Hayes, at the organ, accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Everett Steven. A reception followed in the church parlors. Mrs. George Kain registered the guests and Mrs. Kenneth Pruismann, Blairsburg, served punch. Mrs. Franklin Pruismann, Blairsburg, and Mrs. Arthur Meyer, Elmore, cut the wedding cake. Pouring coffee were Mrs. John Mienzenmeyer, Springville, and Helen Pruismann, Cedar Falls. Waitresses were Mrs. Leroy Davis, Burt, Barbara Weydert, Bode, and Mrs. Carole Penning, Fenton. Mrs. Robert Siemens, Lakota, and Mrs. Robert Pruis- mann, Blairsburg, opened the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Black are at home on their farm southeast of Algona. (Glenn Studio Photo) ACTION The latest AHS "student in the hospital" report is Gary Hagen, sophomore class vice-president, who had a removal of appendix last Monday evening. By the time you are reading this, he is probably out of the hospital and recovering at home. .. .latest count of AHS hospital victims is at five, one from each class, including two '69'ers. - o - The Foster building (on the inside) looks real pretty now. Flags from different countries are now on display in the lecture room as well as the basement. - o - F.B.L.A. King candidates are Bob Cox, Dave Lowman and Paul Christiansen. One of these fine men will be crowned at the Valentine's Dance, Feb. 10. Last year's King and Queen were BUI Boldridge and Diane Allen. - o - Peggy Sabin, freshman who had a knee operation sometime ago, will spend most of the school year at her home recovering. Peggy also attends classes at the same time I An intercom is hooked up for each of her classes and this enables her to pick up the teach- er's comments as well as her classmates yelling in the background. She can also talk back to the teacher if a question arises. . . .comment from Mr. Kueck, "Turn on your switch if you can hear us, Peggy!" - o - A new hotshot scorer of the week. Last Monday Paul Bell hit 32 points in intramural action. The Celtics lead the way with two other teams that have a 4-1 record. - o - t Well, the seniors have their commencement set for this year. It will be held Monday, May 27, with the president of Drake University, Dr. Paul Sharp, the guest speaker. - o - Last week's Friday pep meeting turned out to have a little humor in the skit this time when Jean Taylor and Nita Limbaugh wrestled it out. Jean won the match with a takedown. Champ just might have a possible state champ next year! - o Also during the pep meeting, Rich Black presented the spirit cup to those mighty (?) seniors. Maybe next time, sophs 1 - o- Hey gang] The council is discussing a computer dance as well as canned pop being sold at soc hops] - o - Last Friday some seniors were put to the test of teaching pupils. Steve Claude taught Mr. Nettleton's 5th period biology class. - o - A little capitol jargon for those way-out groovers. . . .thanks to Marsha Geilenfeld. . . . when someone makes a clanger they're making a mistake; juicey - fat; spoonful - a great girl; and a quack is someone who talks too much. - o - It's too bad that some folks don't have hearts as soft as their heads. SOCIETY NEWS MAREE MILLER ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth W. Miller announced the engagement and approaching summer marriage of their daughter, Maree Louise Miller, to Raymond A. Heng, Des Moines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heng of Roland. Miss Miller is a graduate of Drake University, where she was a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority and Kappa Beta Kappa, professional education society. Mr. Heng is a senior in the Drake University School of Pharmacy, and a member of Kappa Psi professional pharmacy fraternity. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Ada and Minnie Schick flew to Detroit, Mich., to attend the wedding Jan. 26 of their nephew William Mueller to Kay Ann Zibbell. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Anna Schick Mueller. The Misses Schick flew home Thursday. - o- HOSTS GROUPS Mrs. Gene Hood entertained a card foursome Monday. The following Wednesday she entertained another group at bridge. Two tables were in play. - o- SEWING CLUB Mrs. Howard Raney entertained her sewing club Feb. 5. CUB SCOUT TOUR Den 8 Cub Scouts toured the telephone office to correlate with their monthly theme study of "Communications." Mrs. Jim Modrell is the Den Mother and the cubs are Earl Thompson, Howard Haas, Jimmy Modrell, Robbie Godden, Steve Twedt, Steve Rochleau, Russell Frazer, Greg Miller and Jimmy Allen. - o- JIM SCHNEIDER, former Bancroft and Algona resident, Is now at home at Cross Lake, Minn, after surgery at Rochester recently, and recuperating nicely. The Schneiders have operated a resort on Cross Lake for the past two years, and their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reed, now operate the Manhattan Beach, Minn, store and market. Is your office furniture in sad shape? Look over the new office desks, chairs, files and safes, at the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPP.ER DBS MOINES. JOIN US During the month of February, between the hours of 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., the Pine Room Cocktail Lounge will feature cocktails and beer at reduced prices so you may get acquainted with the new managers, Frank and Dot Smith. 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