The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 10
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S-Atgena (lo.) Upper 5ti Mdlft* Thomilerf, May 16, 1957 3 New Teachers Sign At Tyke; 2 Vacancies Tilonka — Three new teachers have signed contracts recently for the elementary classes in Titonka. Miss Kalheryn dVoman has resigned to accept a position in Fairmont, Minn., and her place will be taken by Verla Toppin of Ventura. Miss Toppin has completed 2 years training at Mason City Junior College. The extra 4»h grade will be taught by Arlene Janscn of *Blairsburg. who is completing a 2 year course at Iowa State Teachers College. Miss Janice Hobbs o! Crystal Lake, a two year graduate of Waldorf College, will teach the 5th grade; Present plans are for Mrs Robert Budlong to take over the 6th grade, and Mrs Doris Salhoff the 7th. Mr Schaub will be 7th grade home room teacher. 65 Enrollees Sixty-five kindergarten pupils came to enroll Monday and Tuesday in the kindergarten round-up held at the Buffalo Consolidated school in Titonka. Those starting school this fall will be: Linda Akkermah, Virginia Beed, David Beenken, Martha Boyken, Karl Boyken, Jon Buffington,. Mary Burgess, Muriel Burkhardt, James Carlson, Marvin Carlson, Carl Christiansen, Ladonna Culbertson, John Diamond, Gerald Dreesman, Beth Englebarts, Barbara Hodson, Sherman Finer, Charlene Gerdis, Jerry Giesking, Wendell Gray, Marvin Haack, Keith Hans, Rhonda Hanson, Cindy Harms, Irvin Harms, Michael Hansen, Constance Haverlyi Kirk Heyer, Patrick Higgins, Nancy Hilbert, Paul Hildman, Darwin Hill, Theodore Hoover, Marilyn Hopkes, Larry Hovey. Patricia Isebrand, Clarence Itcs. Cheryl Jaren, Kent Krominga, Randy Krominga, Dale Kroon. Jerald Martinek, Donna Mayland, Marcia Michaelsen, Timothy Miller, Lorry Nelson, Sandra Nath, Steven Opheim, Allen Peterson. Joyce Plaisier. Marilyn Post, Kenneth Rand, Merle Ricklefs. Gayle Ricklefs, Cynthia Rybarn, Patty Schiltr, Judith Schmidt, Timothy Schmidt, Victoria Schroeder, Dennis Schutjer, James Schwerin, Roger Spear, Janyce Struthers, John Sweers and Errol Young. Miss Velida Bruns will be their teacher. Graduation May 28 Graduation exercises will be in charge of the senior class at Titonka Consolidated School May 28 in the high school auditorium. Rev. William Kroon, pastor of the Ramsey Reformed Church, will speak May 26 in the high school auditorium at baccalaureate services. Wayne Bartelt is vale? dictorian and Duane Beenken, salutatorian. Sylvan Thiesse is principal and W. P. Truesdell, superintendent. Graduates include Wayne Bartelt, Duane Beenken, Lavonne Beenken, Louise Boyken, Darlene Callies. Sharon Carroll, Bobby, Fritz, Larry Gray, Janice Harms, Betty Hatten, Joyce Isebrand, Eldon Krauso, Dennis Krominga, Audrey Larson, Neal Loeschen, Marian Meyer, Linda Nelson, Myrna Norland, Kent Rippentrop, Craig Sathoff, , R u s s el 1 Sonnenberg, Harlan Sleeker, Judy Sleeker, Roger Sluder, Nancy Tjaden, Warren Truesdell, Phyllis Weiland, Marie Welp, Gerald Wibben. Harold Wibben and Dennis Wubbcn. Eighth Graders Advance A total of 36 eighth grade students will graduate Friday, May- 24, and Class Day exercises will be held along with presentation of letters and awards. Those receiving their 8th grade diplomas will be; Pamela Beal, Lorraine Sleeker, Maurice Sathoff, Dennis Rike, Kermit Zweifel, George Cunningham, L e 1 a n d MR FARMER ! S-E-E Large Ad In Farm and Home Section on f PEA e and Tedder > Yovr NEW IDEA Dpder BRADLEY BROS. HURSDAY ~ FRIDAY - SATURDAY ; RALPH MEEKER MARLA ENGLISH - . • " * in : ^ES|l?| SANDS'' T .-'*- 'Hl» Technicolor) ALAN LADD AUDREY DALTON in "DRUMBEAT" (In Technicolor) and MONDAY (On SuR«l»y at 9:30) TOP HITS! <On guuday 8 p.m. and 11:00) RICHARD WIDMARK Larson, Kathy Willis, Marie O*igler, Dotwild Qeigter, Kermit Brandt, y^da Ricks, Delores Jfttitfs, Nancy Bockholt, Mary Beenken, Sherty Weflger, K«rry ai^ Larry Hill, Claude Bilsborough .Jimmy Sj>*rk8, Margaret Brandt, Jeffrey Boyken, Doyle Trenary, Ronny FolkertS, Janet Plnisier, Lois Harms, Carolyn Intermill, Francis Bruns, Richard Fritz, Karen Van Hove, Gary Beed, Victoria Rakow, Coring Fitch, Dverg Krantz, -John Cordes arid Dick McGuire. Mr and Mr5 Frank Fisher left Saturday morning for Fort Smith, Ark. to visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr atod Mrs John Boehm, and also to meet their son, Russell. Russell is serving in the navy and will return with them the first of the week for a 30 day furlough in and around Titonka. Mr and Mrs James Longley of Minneapolis were weekend guests at the. home of Mr and Mrs Lorens Willemssen. Gary Wayne, son of Mr and Mrs* Willis Murra, and Linda Jane, daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs, were baptized during the morning worship services at the Ramsey Reformed church with the Rev. Wm. Kroon officiating . Mr and Mrs Junior Thacker and sons of Rock Rapids were weekend guests at the home of Mrs Anna Alke and other relatives and friends. The Monthly meeting of the Titonka Lions club' was held May 9 at the school hot lunch room with the 1957-58 election being held. President for the coming year is Donald Budlong, 1st vice president is Maurice Givens, 2nd vice is Dennis Dreesman, 3rd vice? is Rev. Max Goldman, 'Secretary- treasurer is Harold Gartner, tail twister Robert Lang and Lion tamer is Ed Brandt. The next project for the Lions is to furnish ice cream cones for the school children at the community picnic and the next meeting in June will be a family picnic. On Friday, May 17, the 6th grade triple trio will appear on television on Mason City's Super Valu show. They are Linda Hansen, Judy DeBoer, Jane Schmidt, Jean Isebrand, Joan Beenken, Elaine Folkerts, Diane Gartner, Joan Schmidt and Kathleen Eden. Pvt. Dean F. Boyken arrived in Schwetzingen, Germany, April 20 to take over his army duties as supply clerk. Previous to this he attended specialist supply school for eight weeks while in training at "Fort 'Chaffee, Arfc A/2C Robert Kinseth from Fairchild Air Force Base in Washington is home for a 30 day furlough. Albert Harms returned to his home after being a patient at Veteran Hospital in Des Moines for the past week. Stage Show Here May 22 Above is one of the scene! iron the "House of the Living Dead" stage show coming Wednesday! May 22, to the Algona theatre. All those brave enough to sit through the entire show will receive a 2-for-l pass to a coming attraction, tmd all girls attending will receive a tree identification bracelet. One of the highlights of the show is the "Materialization of James Dean," in honor of a great star. HOSPITALS Apr. 30 — Mrs Virgil Shackelford, Algona, surgery. May 1 — Ronald Taylor, Algona, medical; Percy McGinnis, Algona, medical. May 2 — Mrs Edward Capesius, Whittemore, girl, 7-4M>; Warren Dodd, Sr., Bode, accident. May 3 — Mrs Joe Dahlhauser, AJgona, girl, 7-7%; Mrs Melvin Alt, Burt, girl, 8-10; Mrs Paul Stebritz, Algona, medical. May 4 — Ruth Bittinger, Algona, T & A; Kathy Farrell, Whittemore, adenoidectomy; Tom Molamphy, Algona, medical; Mrs Maurice Reding, Irvington, girl, 6-14%. May 5 — Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Sr., Algona, medical, expired; Vernon Burns, Algona, surgery. May 6 — Mrs Edgar Keith, Burt, girl, 7-11; Mrs Jerome Hardgrove, Algona, surgery; Mrs Marlin McCuUah, Algona, maternity. May 7 — Baby Gwen M. Capesius, Whittemore, boarder. May 8 —. Glenn Strayer, Algona, medical; Mrs Merlyn Altman, Algona, jirj, 7-1%; Sharon K. Ludwig, Whittemore, acci. dent; Mrs H, H. Will, LuVerne, boy, 7-7%. May 9 -» Larry Beckley, Fenton, medical; Mathew Really, Algona, surgery; Mrs Gerald lipll-rf doff, Algona, medical. May 10 — Mrs Phil Diamond, Algona, maternity; Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, Livermore, gjrl, Q-9%; Anna Morey, Algona, medical. . May 11 —• Mrs Eugene Arndorfer. Wesley, maternity; Darcie Woods, Algona, T & A; Mrs > James Long, Lone Rock, accident; Mrs Claude Ctatrost, Swea City, girl. 7-6. May 12 — Loren Arndorfer Wesley, medical; Tommy Fleming, Whjttemore, surgery; Connie Hutqhisoa^Algona, accident. May W S- Mrs Harold Lainpe. BlU't. girl, 8-6; Douglas A. Cook, AJgona, adenoidectomy; Mrs Peter Gronbeck, Algona, maternity; Mrs William Kading, Lone Rock, medical; Kenneth F. Hol- pomb, Algona, medical; Dfirlene Sfeogstrom, Algona, surgery; Mrs Dennis Schulz, LuVerne, maternity; Mrs Orville Muller, Whitte- rnore, maternity. Way 14 — Mrs Edward S?.ab», Aigona, maternity; Mark Lickteig, Bancroft, tonsillectomy; Mrs Paul Bernhard, Fenton, maternity. Fred Vokoun, 63, Rites Held At Bancroft Bancroft — Funeral services for Fred Vokoun, 63, were held Saturday afternoon from the Garrv Funeral Home at 1:30 and the Baptist church at 2 o'clock with Rev. Robinson in charge of the services. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr Vokoun passed away at Austin Thursday morning, after suffering a heart attack. His wife was the former Elsie Johnson from here, and a sister of Ed, Art and Al Johnson. Mr Vokoun leaves his wife and several children. Two brothers Williarh Vo- ken, Albert Lea, sisters Mrs Axol Bratland, Bancroft, Mrs Serf Berkhousen, iLaHota, John Vokoun of Dakota. Junior-Senior Prom The Junior-Senior banquet was held Thursday evening in St. John's hall with the Prom following in the Legion Ballroom. Toastmaster was Rev. / Edmund Adams. Welcome was 'given by Melven DeGeeter and Response by Geraldine Meyer. To Our Pastor—Thomas Clark; Response — Rev. Joseph Schultes; To Our Assistant — Alice Menke; Remarks — Rev. Edmond Adams; Tribute to Faculty — Joan Fox; Response — V. D Meyers; Stormy Sea — Georgia Heldorfer; Legacy — James McCarthy. There are 30 graduating seniors. Joyce Lensing of Ames, and Donna Bergman, attended graduation bxcercises at Presentation Academy at Whittemorc, Sunday, and visited at the Harold Winkel home. Word has been received by Nick Saudt that his daughter Bernice who lives in Texas is seriously ill. Mr and Mrs Saudts plans • to leave for Texas to be with his daughter. Bernice is married and lives in Texas. I The boiling point of water depends on elevation. At sea level it is 212 degrees. Mr Ross Inman was called to Mason City Saturday, by the serious illness of her father, John Redding, who under went surgery at Mercy hospital. Mrs Richard Menke, Alice, Jan and Kay and granddaughter, PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Sunday, May 19 RONNIE BARTLEY Friday, May 24 Teen-age Dance \ • PON.DEAN ORCH. '•. \ - • Sunday, May 26 DEL CLAYTON Sunday, June 2 HENRY CHARLES Sunday, June 9 JACK COLE No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 Portland Twp. By Mfs. Viddr frteh Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Becker home were Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary, Kenneth Trenary, Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle and Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Clifford Younj were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs Mary Kain. Mr and Mrs Donald Weber and family and Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Miller home. Mrs Joe Miller is the former Lois Weber. Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse, Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy, Ben Leeck, Mr and Mrs George Hix and Mr and Mrs Edward Harms and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the Art Hix home in Sexton. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, Mr' and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Brink Shipler and Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf attended a funeral Tuesday at Forest City. Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl went to Milaca, Minn. Friday where they visited the Bob Jandl and George Sengbusch families. They got a call Thursday evening that little Johnny Sengbusch, 5 years old, had his shoulder broken. They returned horre Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Rennet Trunkhill and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family of Ban- Bring o Crtwd - Be Oof $ut*f Al&ONA NIGHT SAT. MAY 25 VANCI DIXON ORCH. This Ad Will Admit TWO COUPLES BUDDY MOORE SAT., MAY 18 , Nations No. 1 Veeel Group The DIAMONDS Plus Jimmy Palmer SUNDAY, MAY 19 croft spent Sunday afternoon at, the Tony Jandl home. Mr and Mrs Hertford Brock of Woden were Sunday evening callers. Dinner guest-; Mother's Day at the Franz Tetter home were Mrs D. A. Teeter of Algona and her brother, Roy Mulkins of Fairfield . Ffil.. MAY Wh KENNY HOFER And MtdwftiietAeft SAT. MAY 18th KEITH KILLINQER Orchestra WED., MAY 22nd The Great Mew Name US ELGART His Trumpet & Orch. Featuring DON FORBES Adm. 1.60 plus tax, tot. 1.80 NOW Through SATURDAY (Regular Admission Prices) WHAT-A-GUY WAYNE IN A WONDERFUL NEW ENTERTAINMENT! The Ufe- inspired siory of Commander "Spig" Wes4—who parlayed $14, a redhead's love and a pair of crutches world fame! INJURED Ray Truhe of Coon Rapids was injured recently when a hoist tipped over on him as he was swingiixg a motor into position to be installed in 'a truck. The aardvark, an African member of the pig family, is the first _..:._._, defined in the cncyclope- DE8~ MOIN1S OmcT Supply \ Not since their "Quiet Man" have Wayne and director Jolm Ford brought you such toughs and excitement ! JOHN WAYNE DAN DAILEY MAUREEN O'HARA Coming Wed. May22-0n the Stage ALGONA ; BIC , SHCW5 ^9PM. 411&TS; 901 SO SCARY-WE MNtlHORNDMIII BUY TICKETS NOW/ _YO U TO SIT THRU rTAtlT-lFYOil DO- 2 K* I PASSED wS| d |ld 4 IDWTIFICAnON GOOD FOR A tW9| J .1 J J BRACLET FUTURE MOVIE > ' • • • ' " " »AU GIRLS $o THE DEAD RETURN? DoYou BELIEVE IN GHOSTS? •:tfw '•& IN PERSON p^" :<<.< •••\ ^ a W wv *!*tcrFMiTtioLLYWOOD HOUSE OF THE HYING HEAD; >fE£THi 'MATERIALIZATION: or \Mim\ — On the Screen — "ABBOTT and COSTELLO MEET Till KEYSTONE HOPS" & SHORTS &&4SL STARTS SUNDAY FOR 2 DAYS ! (No Advance In Admission Prices) ALGONA PIUS CARTOON IN COIOB THB TRUE AND WONDERFUL STORY OP COL DSAN HBSS, CLERGYMAN TURNED FIGHTER PILOT... tola in the heroism of battle's hell cherished in the hearts of those who loved him... and living forever in the happiness of the once-forgotten children of a ravaged land. IIWWEO erf TW UVWQ PAQSS OF THE UQSJ THKHUNGIY BEAUTIFUL Of OUR ROCK HUDSON MARTHA HYER DANDURYEA-DONDePOR? ANNA KASHFI-JOCK MAHQNEY N Carl Beuton Reid * OMCW tw ooucus SHK< w^» tw CHARUS eaA^oN««! UNCUT e

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