The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 55
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 55

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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awUqaha (fa.) Uppor Pet M6lh»* Thurday, May 16, 3 New Teachers •fJ^II^Thredftew.™ have .sllrted (Sonffsots recently foMhMtementary Sites In Tf. tonka,-'Miss; Katheryn Groman hifs resigned to accept a position in,Ffljrhpht, Minn... and h@f place will be.fafeeft.'by.yerla Toppln ol Vlhturdt' Mite tfbpfiin has com- plated 3*ea« training at Mason Crty Jumdf College. The extra 4th gi'ade -Will 6V taught"""by Arlefte ^AttSen of Blalrsburg, who Is completing a 2- year IftWfi State Teachers College, Miss Janice Hobbs of Crystal. Lake, a, two year grad- tatfr 'Of: Waldorf 'College, will: teach the 5th grade, •Present plans, are for Mrs Robdrt Budlong to take Over the 6tH grade, and; Mrs Doris Sath- Off the 7th. 'Mi> SchaUb will be 7t)l grade home room teacher. ntollees kindergarten pupils e, to enroll Monday and Tues- In the kindergarten. round-up held; at .theiBuffalo Consolidated school in Titonka. Those starting school this fall will be: Linda Akkermah,' Virginia Beed, . David Beenkeri/ "Martha Boyken, 'Kar| ' PaWda, l§ebf§fid, C15fehce lies, Ghewl "Jarew. • Kent Kromlnga, Randy Krominga, Dale kroon, Jerald Martlnekf -Donna May land, Marcia Mlchaelsen, Timothy MiU^r, Larry Nelson, Saridra* Nath, , Steven .pphelm, Allen Peterson, Joyce Plalsier, Marilyn Post, Kenneth Rand, Merle RU&i. lefs,. Gayle Ricklefs, Cynthia Rybarn, Patty Sehlltz, Judith Schmidt, Timothy Schmidt,. Victoria Schfoeder, Dennis Schut' jef, James Schwerirt, Roger Speaf, Jlnyce Struthers, John Sweefs 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. Rfev. William Kroonj pastor of the Ramsey Reformed Church, will speak May 26 in the high school auditorium at baccalaureate services. Wayne Bartelt is vale? (iictorian and Duarte Beenken, salutatorian. -: Sylvan Thiesse is principal and W. P. Truesdell, superintendent. Graduates include Wayne Bartelt, Duane 3eenken, ; Lavonne B e e n k e ri, Jouise Boyken, Darlene Callies. Sharon Carroll, Bobby, Fritz, Larson, Kathy Willis, Mark OBigler, Doftald Cteigler, Kermit fifandt, LWda RlckS, Ddores Mahiy 1 k Boekfidlt. Mary t W^ftgei 1 ,'fSarry 1, Claude Bil3- Jeenken, Sher Larry uiu ijaiiiy xiiii, v»iuuuB oiio- (61-oUgh .Jimmy Sparks, Margaret Jrailjdt,- Jeffrey Boyken', Doyle 'renary, Ronny Folkerts, Janet n&isier, Lois Harms, Carblyn ntermill, Krancis Bruns, Richard Vite, Karen Van Hove, Gary teed, Victoria Rakow, Coring iltch, Dverg Krantz, John Cordes ahd Dick McGuire. Mr and Mrs Frank Fisher left Saturday morning for Fort Smith, Ark. to visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Soehra, 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 artd 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 Lindai Jane, daughter 6f Mr artd Mrs Melvin Ricklefs, were baptized during the morning worship services at the Ramsey Reformed chtirch with the Rev. Win. Kroon officiating . Mr and Mrs Junior Thacker Jon Buffington, Mary Burgess, Muriel B.urkhardt, Jdmes .Carlson, Marvin Carlson, Carl Christiansen, Ladonna Cul- bertsbn, ' John Diamond, Gerald DJeesmah, "Beth Englebarts, Barbara Hodson, . Sherman Finer, CJiarlene" Gerdis, Jerry Giesking, Wendell -Gray, Marvin <Haack, Keith Hans,' Rhonda Hanson, Cindy Harms, Irvin Harms, Michael Hansen, Constance Haverlyt FCJrk Heyef, Patrick Higgins, Nancy Hilbert, Paul Hildman, Darwin Hill, Theodore Hoover, Mhrilyn Hopkes, Larry Hovey, Larry Gray, Janlca Harms, Betty and sons of Rock Rapids. wer Hatten, Joyce Isebrand, Eldon [ weekend guests at the home o Krause, Dennis Krominga, Aud-1 Mrs Anna Alke and other rela •ey Larson, Neal Loeschen, Marian Meyer, Linda Nelson, Myrna Norland, Kent RippentrOp, Craig Sathoff, R u s s el 1 Sonnenberg, Haslan Stecker, Judy Stecker, Roger Studer, Nancy Tjadeh, warren Truesdell, Phyllis Weiland, Marie Welp,. Gerald Wibben, Harold Wibben and Dennis Wubben. • ... Eighth Graders Advance A total of 36 eighth'grade students will graduate Friday, May 24, ahd Class Day exercises will be held along with presentation' of letters and awards. Those receiving their 8th grade diplomas will be: Pamela Beal, Lorraine Stecker, 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 MEW IDE A ike and Tedder ..*•;*> r Your NEW IDEA Dealer BRADLEY BROS. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY RALPH MEEKER MARIA ENGLISH in "DESERT SANDS" (In Technicolor) ALAN LADD AUDREY DALTON "DRUMBEAT" (In Technicolor) SUNDAY and MONDAY (On Sunday at 9:30) J. CARROL HAYDEN-PAGE-NAISH TOP HITS! (On Sunday 8 p.m. and 11:00) tives and friends. The Monthly meeting of th Titonka Lions club was held May 9/at the school hot lunch room with the 1957-58 election being held. President for [the comini year is Donald Budlong, 1st vice president is Maurice Givens, 2nd vice is Dennis Dreesmart, 3rd vicq is Rev. Max Goldman, secretary- treasurer is Harold •' Gartner, tai twister Robert Lang and Lion tamer is Ed Brandt. The next project for the Lions is to furnish ice cream cones for the schoa 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, Ark. '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. • Portland Twp. By &k Vi^ef Wfeff Above r _,_-_blh^'|lilustfof iheliiving Dedd" coming Wedhesday^May 22,/to the' AlgonPljleatre. All those brave enough tp sit through the entire show Will receive a 2*or-l pass to a coming, attract'iori,' and all girls attending will receive ?^^ en * 1 r^°S :: ^S elet ' One'of-the (highlights of.thljshow is tne-,'Materialization .of James^Dean," in honor of a great star , Rites Held ifBancri HOSPITALS RICHARD WIDMARK DONNA REED Apr. 30 — Mrs Virgil Shackelford, Algona, surgery. May 1 — Ronald Taylor, Algona, medical; Percy McGinnis, Algona, medical. May 2 — Mrs Edward Capesius, Whittemore, girl, 7-4%; Warren Dodd, Sr., Bode, accident. May 3 — Mrs Joe Dahlhauser, Algona, 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; Mr? Marlin McCullah, Algona, maternity. May 7 — Baby Gwen M. Capesius, Whittemore, boarder. May 8 — Glenn Strayer, Algona, medical; Mrs Merlyn Altman, Algona, girl, 7-1%; Sharon K. Ludwig, Whittemore, accident; Mrs H. H. Will, LuVcrne, boy, 7-7%. May 9 — Larry Bcckley, Fenton, medical; Mathew Reilly, Algona, surgery; Mrs Gerald Holldorf, Algona, medical. May 10 — Mrs Phil Diamond, Algona, maternity; Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, Livermore, girl, 9-9Vj; Anna Morey, Algona, medical. " May 11 — Mrs Eugene Arndorfer. Wesley, maternity; Darcie Woods, Algona, T & A; Mrs James Long, Lone Rock, accident; Mrs Claude Gatrost, Swea City girl, 7-6. May 12 — Loren Arndorfer Wesley, medical; Tommy Fleming, Whittemore, surgery; Donnir Hutchison, Algona, accident. May 13 — Mrs Harold Lampe. Burt, girl, 8-6; Douglas A. Cook, Algona, adenoidectomy; Mrs Peter Gronbeck, Algona, maternity; Mrs William Kading, Lone Rock, medical; Kenneth F. Hoi- comb, Algona, medical; Darlcnc Skogstrom, Algona, surgery; Mrs Dennis Schulz, LuVerne, maternity; Mrs Orville Muller, Whittemore, maternity. May 14 — Mrs Edward Szabo, Algona, maternity; Mark Lickteig, Bancroft, tonsillectomy; Mrs Paul Bernhard, Fenton, maternity. Bancroft — Funeral; services 1 for Fred Vokoun, 63, were heldf Saturday afternoon from the arry,Funeral Hbme at 1:30 and' ;he Baptist church at 2 o'clock With Rev. Robinson in charge of the services. Burial was in °reehwood Cemetery. Mr Vokoun '[passed away at Austin Thursday morning, after uffering a heart attack. His wife ivas the former Elsie Johnson rdm here, and a sister of Ed, Art and Al Johnson. Mr Vokoun eavesehis wife and several cm'l- Iren, ,..Two,. brothers., Williain.;..Vo- cen;'. Albert Lea, sisters Mrs Axel Jratland, Bancroft, Mrs, Serf Berkhoiisen, (Lakota, John Vo- oun-of Lakota.; .;• . • . ' " • ~~ 5* ^' , Junior-Senior Prom : \ • • - • The Junior-Senior bariquet. was held Thursday evening in St. John's hall with the Prom following in the Legion Bafirobm Toastmaster was Rev. Edm&nd Adams. Welcome was giveiSby 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. / 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, Joyce,. Lensing. of Ames, and Donna Bergman, .attended graduation •exercises- at Presentation Acad- emy'at Whittemore, Sunday, dhd visited at the Harold Winkel home. 1 ,?,' Word his been received 'by Nick Saudt that his daughter Ber•nice. wh6 lives in Texas is steri- ously?ill. Mr'and .-Mrs Saudts plans;-to leave: for Texas io be with .his daughter. • Bernice' is married and lives in Texas. . dfHftgf /guesfe' at thfe Harold fieekeirhtee we*<s Mr afld Mtt f fltft fr<5«aty» K^hheth Tfenbrjf, Mf and Mft Bill Trena» and Dayle ahd M* 'and Mrs Ralph Dujan find family, df Esthervllle. ' ; . Mr and Mrs Cllffotd Yourig were dinner-guests Sunday at the, hbme of Mrs Mary Kain. I Mr and Mrs Donald Weber and family and Mr and- Mrs Dave- Weber arid; family we're- Sunday; dinner guests at the Joe Millar, hottie. 'Mi-s J66 - Miller is the" former Loll Weber. , Mf and'Mrs Dwight Ruse, Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene, artd Judy, Ben L6eck, Mr and Mrs t Qeprge Hix ahch'Mf and Mrrf Edward Harms and family were Sunday' evening supper guests at the Art Hix home in Sexton* vMr ;and.'.Mrs Donald Ringsdorf,' Mr* and Mrs Roy Ririgsdorf, Mt and Mrs Brink Shipler and Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf attended a fu^ neral Tuesday at Forest City. Mr and .Mrs Tony Jandl went • to . Mliaea; Minn. ^Friday ' tHey visited the' Sob Jandl find (3aofge .Seftf busch faraiUifa, The? got ft call Thursday tjv&lng that little Johnny Sehgbt&fih^B years old, had his sho&KK* » broken. They returned homfe -Wednesday • - "' " • . . Mf and Mfs Mehnet* ttuftkhill and family artd Mr affit Mrs Claf- eneej Didfp ahd faniily of Ban- Bring a Crdvvd - fie Our Quest w AIGONA NI6HT i SAT. MAY 25 VANCE DIXON dftCH. This Ad Will Admit TWO COUPLES BUDDY MOORE SAT., MAY 18 Nations No. 1 Vocal Group The DIAMONDS -,-'!• Plus Jimmy Palmer SUNDAY, MAY 19 efbft spent Sunday afternoon at the Tony Jandl home. Mr and Htt- Hanford ,Bf6ck of Woden jrere Sunday.-e^enlflg callers. "/Dinner guests Mftther's Day at the Frana^Teeter home wero Mrs D. A< Te'etor of Algona and her brother, Roy Mulkins of Fairfield . • • • FRL, MAY 171H KENNY MOPfift And Midwesterners . SAT, MAY 18lh KEITH KILL1NGER Otcheeira WED., MAY 22nd . The Great New Name LES 'ELGART . ttls Trumpel & Orch. Featuring ' DON FO'RBfiS Adm. 1.60 plus "lax, lot. 1,80 ;.?<,The.boiling point of water depends, on elevation. At sea level it is''212 degrees. PLANTATION BALLROOM c WHITTEMORE, IOWA ' : ' Sunday, May 19 RONNIE BARTLEY Friday, May 24 ^Teen-age Dance ; "^ DEAN ORCHl •> ^ v Suhdfay, May 26 DEL V CLAYTON Sunday, Jurie 2 HENRY CHARLES Sunday, June 9 JACK COLE No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 May22-On the Stage ALGONA 2 BIG SHOWS 7W9RM. ^llWWNt BE TURNED DOWN BUYTICKETSNOW/ SO SjTABY-WEPAiUEYOU TO SIT THRU If All/-IF YOU DO 2 FOR IPASSK A d 111 d IDENTIFICATIOM GOODFORA , nnriiDCMnutc/ n.Alir.liHC DO THE DEAD RETURN?DoYou BELIEVE IN GHOSTIf f" -— On the Screen — "ABBOTT and COSTELLO. MEET TIIZ KEYSTONE KOPS" & SHORTS AL GONA NOW Through SATURDAY (Regular Admission Prices) WHAT-A-GUY WAYNE ^s^ TECH NICOLOR INJURED Ray Truhe of Coon Rapids injured recently when a hoist tipped over on him as he wag swinging a motor into position to bu installed in & truck. 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