The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 5
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(ta.) 29 Seniors, Two Schools At Whittemore Graduate Whittemefii .. thirteen members of the Whlttemoi-e high school 1957 class graduated Wednesday evening in the school gymnasium. Th<*y ate Edward Maahs, president; Mary Meyer, secretary: Paul Lauck, treasurer; «0to«ft Mftjihs, .Janice Setmltz, fhlfie* ttati, Marvin Ostwald, Mary Lou Oreinerl, Wilma Wag- Her Emogehe Wichtendahl, Don- rta wood, Mflrlis Barber, and Mildred Moglef. Supt Leo Motrman, Gordon Jensen, coach, Russ Medin, president of the school board, and Dr. Leohard C. Murray who gave the address, were on the program. Paul Lauck delivered the salutatory address, and Mary Lou Greinert gave the valedictory. .Dr. Murray of the state department of health, spoke on 'False Values." Supt. Norman presented the class of 1957 and as their names were read Russ Medin presented the diplomas. On Sunday morning, May 12, sixteen seniors of Presentation Academy received their diplomas after the 9 o'clock mass in St. Michael's Catholic church. Those receiving their diplomas were John Busherfeld, Jerome Besh, Marcella Derner, Betty Faber, Thomas Farrell, John French, Mary Jo Haag, Victor Hanson, Patricia Kollasch, Marleen Loebach, Marvin Loebach, Earl Ludwig, Edward Neitzel, Thomas O'Brien, Charlotte Volk an'd Patty Waldschmitt. The procession was led by the cross bearer Richard Kollasch. and the flag bearers, Mark Faber and Thomas Neitzel. Rev. William Veit celebrated high mass. Mass servers were Richard Kollasch, Thomas Haag, John Waldschmidt and Michael French. Rev. Gerald Zensen gave an inspiring commencement address to the seniors. Following the address the diplomas were presented to the graduates by Father Veit. Graduation breakfast was served by ladies of the Rosary Society Graduation Dinner Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Pearl Besch were Mr and Mrs Raymond Besch and family of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Charles Ulfers and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Cletus Besch of Kasson, Minn., Mr and Mrs Mike Besch and daughter Dora, Mr-and Mrs William Besch and family, Mr and Mrs James Besch and family, Raymond Kemna, Richard Ricardo aftd daughter Coleen Farrel, in honor of her son Jerome's graduation. Supper guests were Mr and Mrs Lester Higley of Algeria, Mr and Mrs Clement Merger! and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs James Besch and family, Mr and Mrs Mike Mergen and family, Mr and Mrs Harold McDonnell and family and Janice Schultz, all oi Whittemore. C, D. of A. Elects The C. D. of A. held its regular meeting last Week Thursday with election of officers: Chaplain, Rev. William Veit; Grand Regent, Loretta Fahdel; Vice grand regent, Mary Ann Reding; Prophetess, Leona Streit; financial secretary, Emmeline Farrell; historian, Cathryn Schuller; treasurer, Mrs Mary Conrad; monitor, Marilyn Carper; sentinel, Bernadette Steier; lecturer, Marcella Fandel: organist, Francis O'Brien; trustees, Mildred Fandel, Agnes Loebach, Kathleen Farrell, Catherine Walker, Frances Mosbach. and Mary Duffy. Mr and Mrs William Paetz of Algona, Mr and Mrs William Roeber, Mr and Mrs Maynard Roebcr and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Emma Roeber, August Roeber and Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr. and family visited Mr and Mrs Lester Baas to celebrate the birthday of Carol Baas, Friday night. Erwin Siems, Martin (Butch) Potratz, Norbert (Speck) Zumach, Roy Adams, Walter Vaudt, Hugo Meyer, John Van Hise, Dr. J. S. Devine, Joe Zobohn Jr., Henry MueDcr and Frank Peikarski, all went to northern Minnesota last week on a fishing trip. Mr and Mrs Lawrence took their daughter, Mary and Shirley Djm, to Des Moines Sunday afternoon, where the girls will be employed wjth the telephone exchange. Mr and Mrs Vic Perkins attended the annual meeting of the Iowa Bankers association held Tuesday in Fort Dodge. Mr Perkins is the District chairman. Reason No.. Deep clean washing and WRINKLE-PROOF DRYING! EASY combination WASHER-DRYE . • . tod that's just one of the many reasons why the EASY Combination answers every washday problem you ever had! It's the Most For The Least! , • For All Home Washing! VISIT OUR STORE AND WATCH IT PERFORM I Small Down Payment Budget Monthly Payments EECHER LANE APPLIANCES ,Tbe Wildest Trader In Town" PROCLAMATION "Whereas three times in the past thirty-eight years the young men of our city have been called upon to help turn back a threat to America on foreign battlefield and ** jr "Whereas our yoong men answered this call with high courage and patriotism, some erf the finest of them laying down their lives in the nation's defense; and "Whereas the memory of these men and their sacrifices should live forever in our hearts; and "Whereas our memory for our war dead and the honor in which we hold them is individually expressed by the annual wearing of the memorial poppy, now .* * "Therefore, I, Dr. C. C. Shierk, Mayor of the City of Algona, do hereby proclaim Friday, May 24, to be Poppy Day in the City of Algona and do urge all citizens to observe the day by wearing of the memorial poppy." 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