The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 15
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Lakofa College Student Gets 2 Scholarships Lakoia — Stanley Vodrasfca, senior philosophy major from Lakota, has been awarded two major scholarships for advanced study, a Woodrow Wilson Fel• lowship and a Fulbright Scholarship. , The Fulbright Scholarship, which will bf> usod prior to the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, will finance a year of study at the University of Louvain in Bel- pium. In addition to a grant 01 95,000 Belgian francs, it will cover transportation, tuition and fees. , Vodraska, born and raised,on a farm near Lakota, enlisted in the navy after graduation from Jngh school. Gaining interest in St. John's from a former graduate, he was admitted to the University where he has majored in philosophy. The first'convention of the Erri- rnetsburg Conference American Lutheran Church Women was held .April 26 et Imrrianuel Lutheran church in Forest City. A total of 458 ladies from'39 parishes together with pastors attended 1he all day meeting. Twelve ladies and their pastor from St. Paul's Lutheran church attended. The "delegates were Mrs Charles Herteke arid Mrs Darwin 'Meyer. The Lakota Garden'Club will meet with Mrs Ray Hertzke Tuesday, May 9, at 2 p.m. Portland Twp, By Mrj. Victor Fitch Mrs Ahna Phelps' of Crosby, North Dakota, who has been visiting in trie Bernard' and Charles Pheips home, left Tuesday. Mci :j I iieips was sick with the flu • the. first part of the ween and Mrs Bernard 'Phelps came down witji it the middle of xhe week. , Mrs P. W.. Marlow became ill Thursday evening and was taken to the St 'Ann 'hospital at Algona. She is better, but it is believed she will be there about three weeks. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young visited in the Frank Ryerson home a week ago.Sunday night. Mrs Jay Steven, went to Algona Friday and visited Mrs P. W. Marlow in St: Ann hospital. ~ . 5 Mi- 1 drier Mi's' HrfwrericS 'Gdvern and Vincent Govern were Sunday dinner guests in the Milton Far row home. ' Mr and Mrs Henry Siner wen. visitors in the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home Wednesday afternoon. Clarence Cunningham of Elmore and daughter, Mrs Glei: Kennicott of O'Neill, Nebr., were Friday visitors in the Phelps home Mr and Mrs Milton Steven wen Saturday evening visitors in tht paternal Jay Steven home. Marie Krueger of Kansas Citj came home Saturday for a week? visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Krueger. Melba Kettleson was a Tuesday evening supper guest in the Glen Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Roland Christen- Ben arid family of West Salem, Wisconsin, were weekend visit- ers in the Billy Christensen home. Mrs Elvira Christensen of Algona was a Sunday visitor. Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings pi Titonka were Sunday visitors in ihe Bernard and Chas. Phelpt home. Mr and Mrs Virgil Zwiefe! of Dolliver were Sunday evening visitors. Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow and Barbara were Sunday evening visitors in the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home. Mr and Mrs Jay Steven were Sunday dinner guests in the Jim Stoven h6me ttrjai 1 fiattdrftft. Mr and Mrs, Clifford '..YoUflg attended a . faithday; • surprise party Sunday evening in hohfir of Mrs Martha Drager 1ft the Dragef home. About twelve relatives attended. The evening was spent playing 500. Mrs Victor Fitch, korene and Judy and Mrs George Mix Visit; ed . in the Arnold Danielsen home Sunday afternoon and also called at the Arthur Hix home. Mrs P. W. ,Hansen of v Algeria Was also a' Sunday yisitot in" the tjahielsert hbrrie. Sunday afternoon -visitors in the Stanley Ruse home were Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse Mrs Timr Harms and Douglas, Mrs George Hix and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korc-ne and Judy. > . "Better shove on the brake . and 'be laughed .at than step' ' on the gas and be cried over." ! Mr and Mrs Martin Hariris were Tuesday evening Visitors in the 'Herman Harms home. , : . Mr and Mrs Johnny H. Harms, Debbie arid Dixie were Friday evening vMtbrs in the home-• of Mr and Mrs Frank .H'auptley, Wesley. Mrs Stanley Black and .Jane went tp Bancroft Saturday where they visited another daughter, Existent; Wolf. Mr afid Mrs Stanley Black and J"afie and Jainteit Black left Sunday for Carroll to visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Terry St. John. Mr aAd Mrs fiilll Trenary and Doyle were Sunday visitors ifl the Tom Trenary home. Mr arid Mrs Milton Steven and family were Sunday dinner gUeste in the Jay Steven home. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen, Mr and Mrs Wendell Chrisitensen, Mr and Mrs Edgar Keith and Mr and Mrs Richard ,/Campney went to Burt Saturday evening for a surprise housewarming in the new home' of Mr and Mrs Michael Scott. Shirley Peter and Chuck Kline of Algona Were, Sunday supper guests in the Johnny Harms norrte. Mr and Mrs Harold Pe'ter and-family-of AJgona were Saturday evening visitors in the Harms home. "Mrs Jesse Harms, Mrs Orville Peterson'Bind Mrs Ivan KoMhaas, all of Burt ^accompanied the 71th and • 8th ' graders ito Des Moines Saiturday. Mr Brown, their teacher, was'the driver. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms attended the funeral of Mrs Ralph Ites at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young packed a dinner'«ttd wrwt to Clear Lake ito Visit- Grandma aftd Grandpa Young, Grandma Young is geltling along fairly well. ,• ,< Mr and MrS Victor Fitch, «ftd girls visited in. the Clyde Moore home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs John, Harms, 1 Of Rieeville, called ait ithe Jesse Harms home Saturday.- t Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy were S.unday dinner guests in the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs fed DeBoer •, and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Meirlders visited Sunday evening in the Hetman Harms home. N ...-,' Mrs Bernard Phelips, Mrs Leroy Phelps, Mrs Hazel Carroll, Mrs Claire Moore and Mrs Rollo Moore attended a shower -ftaf Bonnie Bristow in the Town Hall at LuVerne. Miss Bristow wil be married June Ito Dofiald Carroll. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young call' ed at the Dick Young home Friday. - ,. ';Kind words will never die, but without strong deeds to hold them up, they'll ne^erjblossom',. To Iowa City . ,. . Wesley — Mrs Urb,an Lickteig, who: was seriously injured in a car collision April 16 near .Independence,. was taken to Iowa City University hospital ono day Inst week for repair work on her fractured knees. ^ She had btien transferred from an Independence hospital to the Britt hospital. RETIRES Miss Mary Peters of Solon is retiring froni the active teach- ting ranks soon. She has taught a total of 40 years, 32 of them in Solon. She began her teaching career in a rural school near So- Thursday, May 11, 1961 Atgona (In.) Upper De» MotoM-9 is :h- !ht im ng >o- lon in 1921 and taught in rural schools in the vicinity for eight yoars. In 1921 she joined the Solon independent school. She taught first, second and third grades. 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