The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1961
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[Sentral Seniors Tell Plans What are the aims and ambitions of the graduating seniors for 1961, 'at Sentral high school? Here •are their replies in answer to the question* '<• » : * ••*..'. Jerry Augus has participated in Vocal music, and played foot- ball'and track his junior and senior years' and backetball during < the past year, He plans to attend Universal Trade School in Omaha. Nebr. Judith Berkland participated in vocal music during her junior and ••senior years and also took , part: in' the junior and senior class 1 plays. Sne plans to attend Iowa State Teachers college. Coleen Collins was a member of her junior and senior class, plays, and was also a member ot Gu-ls Glee club for two years. She plans to attend Mankato Com- merical College. . Kathleen Crowley sang with Girls Glee club and the mixed chqrus -.during herounior year and was also a member of the junior "'class play. She plans to do sec• retiarial work. Sandi Ellefson ,has been'active in band and took; part in instrumental groups, she played basketball during her fresnmah ana sophomore years and then was a cheer leader during her junior and senior years. She played softball four years, held class offices, and served as a band queen. She plans to attend secretarial school. •, Joe Gowns participated in basketball during: his freshman and sophomare years, then served as basketball mnager. He was a member of the junior class play. Joe plans to^ attend tl^e ,Cedar Kaplds Barber 'Schbol. ' John' Hartfnan plans to elec- • tronics work.' ' • ' ; Janice 'Hannover has been act ive in vocal music, participated in basketball, and'cheerleading, has been a "class' officer and seved on student council. She s was 4 member of, the junloi and senior class plays. She Was a homecoming • q'u e e n' attendant -' during her junior year and was Homecomming queen hr senioi year. She plans to do secretarial work. Jeanette Hanna has been one the'outstanding basketball players at Sentral High. She played softball one year and participated in vocal music one year. Was a member of the junior class play. She will attend iowa State teacher's college. • John Hovy participated in football two., years. His future plans are undecided. Marjorie Jojmsfln ( wa% an jjut ^ 'standing Dasketb'all .'"p'ayer f° r ' Sentral school. She also played Softball all four years and was • '•> active'in music during her four years,' ^including- chorus^ Girl's. Glee club and the .band, and 'also participated i p f ,i ! n,s tirumental groups. >': She is <a member ?of. the 1'fA Her plans for the 1 future are : indefinite. • . ,•-. ', ' James Jensen has been active in baseball !and basketball and has also taken part in football and track during''his senior year. He plans to farm; . '. Loveda Kohlwes has been active, in band and instrumental groups, has participated in voca. music, the class plays, student council and is .serving -as sqc retary of '''her.'senior class. She plans" to attend Methodist Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester. Donna Knoll has been active in instrumental music, including various instrumental groups, played basketball her freshman year, tobk part in the junior class play and served 'as junior class secretary, She represented Sentral as queen in the 1961 Algona Band Festival. She plans to do secretarial woik. Herb Krause has been active in football, tobk part in both class plays, served as president of the junior class and also served on the student council. He plans to attend college, Kermit Krueger participated in vocal and instrumental music during his freshman "and sophomore years, has participated in sports, was a member of'both class plays ' Smd'was president of .his sopnu more class. His plans are undecid- CaWyn M<»e Madsen has been a member'of the girls glee club during her past three years ol school. She plans to attend Mankato Commercial College and do secretarial \V)rK. Barbara Marlow took the junior class play. Shu phrns o do secretarial work. Bryan Morlensen participated n instrumental music three years, served as basketball manager one years and was stage mattagei for the class plays. He plans to attend Iowa State, Ames. Susan Montgomery has been very active in both vocal and instrumental music. She has beeh a cheerleader for basketball and 'ootball for three years, was a nember of both class plays, has leld a number of offices and served on the student council. She Was Sentral's band queen at the Mason City Festival last year. She plans to attend Coe College at Cedar Rapids. Muriel Nordine has been active in instrumental music and participated in vocal music. She was a member of both class plays and served as girls basketball nanager during her senior year. Murial plans to take nurses training at Swedish Hospital in Minneapolis. ; , Larry. Osborn look part in the class play. He plaris to attend Universal Trade School at Omaha, Nebr. Dick has participated in basketball and football, 'and took part in both class plays. He is serving his senior class as president. Dick will attend Grandview College at Des Moities. Gail Pettit has made no definite plans for the future. >. Bonnie Potratz has been active in both vocal' and instrumental music/ She took part in both class plays and has served on the student council. She plans to work. i • Daryle Preston has been active in sports including basketball, baseball, football and track. His plans are undecided. : Darrel Schmidt has been active in instrumental music and also took part in vocal music in his junior year. He .played football during his-junlor and senior years. His plans are indefinite, James M. -Schmidt has taken part in track during his junior and senior years. He plans to enlist in the Air Force. Linda Sue Tomlinson has been activfe in both instrumental and vocal music She has been active in basketball and Softball, took, part in junior and senior class, plays and is senior class treasurer. She plans to do secretarial work. Janet Walker has been very active in both vocal' and instrumental music. She has been piano accompanist for musical activities during her four years in high school. She was a member pt the junior class play. -Janet.will attend Morningside' College'-and plans to major in music. Janet was awarded a music scholarship from Morningside College. Kern Yager has been active jn instrumental music and -participated in vocal music during his junior an<l senior ye>ars. He' took part in both'class'plays. His plans for the future" is railroad transportation. : Janean'Zwiefel has been active 'in both vocal and instrumental music. She served as secretary- treasurer of her sophomore class. She plans to study elementary education for teaching. Dance Recital, Fenton — Margery Jolley yvill present her dance pupils in a revue "The Wonderful Land of Jolley" Tuesday, MaylG, at Buffalo Center and Thursday, May 18 at Fenton school at, 8 p.m. Pupils from Thompson, Lakota, Buffalo Center, Ringsted, Lone Rcick, Haifa, Whittemore, Cylinder and Fenton, Iowa, and Ceylon, Minnesota will appear. ' Shower Honoree At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Mrs Jerry Wibben, nee Darlene Long, was honored at a miscellaneous shower May 4 at the Lone Rock Presbyterian • church. Mrs Dennis Long, program chairman, introduced the bride. Susan Montgomery favored the group with a vocal solo, Mrs Garryl Householder gave a reading and Delores Long and Mrs Dennis Long assisted her in a skit and Mrs Dennis Long gave a reading. ( . Mrs Wibben opened her gifts, j assisted 'by Mrstoeniiis Suzanne Wibben r., was In charge of . Darlene Irfmg Hk'J^ ,Wb- ben were married May 6. -fet the Pfesbyteran church .'itt ^Lone Rock. , . Hostesses for the sheWer w§re Mesdames !*«*«»» Roy Jensen, Gene Marvin Mftfto Mary Oenrich,. Long, Walter- BfiOKe> midt, George Kissner, . Jcntz, Dennis Long, Marvin Adk erson, Marten Smith, Wrh. Marlow, Ornie Behrends, Rdger Long, Frank Dreyer, ,Ol6ttn Householder, Gdrrj*! Househbl- der, Louis Bernitighaits ; Woddrow Petit, Lawrence DJttmeT, -Art Zumach, Wm. Kading, Donald Blanchard and Marvin Kueck. Attend Shaw«r ' ' " Mrs Gedrge Long, Mrs pen- nis Long of Fenton, Mrs fid Blanchard, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs itoger JBiisen aM Rttthf Krueger of Lbne Roek attended the shower for Mrs Gary Ackerman held at the Methodist church at Burt May 2, Mr and Mrs Gene Thompson and Ricky visited recently in the Dale Wegener home. J. M. Jensen visited at the P. M. Christehsort home recently. Mr and Mi's.Ddnald Kneedlcr and family Visited in the Robert Oldenburg home at Blue Earth Friday evening, Mrs Ben Schmidt and Mrs Gene Blanchard visited Wednesday evening in the Olaf Norland home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson visited over the weekend in the Kenneth Thompson home at Creston. The Thompsons made the acquaintance of their new grandson, Brian Neilsen, son of the Kenneth Thompsons. Terry Weisbrod celebrated his 7th birthday at a party in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Friday, April 28. Guests present at the party were Gene Mueller, Paul Thacker, Ray Lenninger, Billy Richards Steve Fischer, Duane Hinz, Randy Kabrick, John Nyman, Mike Cyp- herts and David Pruitt. Mrs Pingel and Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath were also guests. Evening callers in the Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener, Connie and Jerry, Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker and Barbie, Mr ana Mrs Clarence Osborn and Mrs add Mrs Leonard Hoist of Algona. The Lone Rock American Anx- iliary met May 3. Plans were made for a Poppy and Bake Sale. A sympathy and memorial card was sent to Mrs R. B. Monk, Des Moines. _ , Wilfred Radig of Lone Rock is a patient at Iowa City University Hospitals. He has been a patient since last Friday. Thursday, May 11, 1961 Atgoha (la.) Upp«y D« Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mr | and Mrs Lester Johnson and Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft were Sunday guests in the E. A, Lee home. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard and Mr and Mrs. Lester Johnson were Saturday evening guests in the Clarence Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen end Linda attended the Funeral of Mrs Dorothy Larson on Thursday at New Hartford. Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder were Sunday guests in the Carl Olsen home in Livermore. Mrs Effie Teeter and Lindia Larsen of Algona, Mr and Mrs Clarence Christenson of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Ed Larsen of Burt were Friday evening guests in the Harvey Larson home. They helped Mr Larsen celebrate his brithday. Mr and Mrs Lester Johnson ana family of Kenyon, Minn, were Saturday guests in the Richard Behrends home. Mr and Mrs A. L. Jackman of Algona were Saturday evening callers in the William Knoll home, Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen and family were Saturday evening callers in the Knoll home. • Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and family were visitors In the Lester Culbertson home at Wells, Minn. Sunday. : Mrs Fred Schmidt and Mrs Art Zumach and Carol took Danford and Jeffery Schmidt to their parent's home at Duluth, Minn. Fri|. day morning. Danford and Jeff- erv visited in the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt for two weeks. David Peter and Carol Zumach were confirmed in the lotts Creek Immanuel Lutheran Church at Lotts Creek Sunday at 8 p.m. There was a dinner held in the church basement for 70 guests. CORN! WE HAVE IT! HOMER MATTHIESEN Phone 141 — Fenton Mtw JUHiw* w **••"- f ---- Y _ __.... •- ,-i.,. -, - - ----- — ~"~ - ^^ti^^^ flHto ' idHP ^BP 'GBBHIWBr ^^^^^^^^ ^^ pww*^^™ 11 * 1 * 1 '^*^^* 1 "^^^^" "^" ' """'. ..... ' 1 ALUMINUM NO, 4 SCOOP WITH iACH TON HOG FEED Purchased between now and 15th of June. DUNCAN PRODUCE fINfON WE PROUDLY PRESENT THE CLASS of 1961 - SENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL top Row, left to right - James Schmidt, Darrell Schmidt, Daryle Preston, Bonnie Potratz ^ - Kern Yager, Janean Zwiefel, Janet Walker, Linda Tomlmson. Top Row, left to right - Kathleen Crowley, Colle en Collins, Judy Be>kland, Jerry Angus. Bonom row - Janice Hanover, Jeanette Hanna, Joe Gowans, Sandy Ellefson. Compliments of Following 'Firms KOSSUTH'COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. Lone 'Rock, Iowa FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS ,,' Fenton, Iowa Free Senior Picture Reprints at Our Bank PRIEBE'S GROCERIES-MEATS ! 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