The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 2
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t~Alfltt*M> (to.) Vpptt Stt Metiw , May §d, 195? Mary Blomster Valedictorian At Swea City Swta Cilf — Mary Lou Blomster was named as valedictorian, and Nancy Weber as salutaforian. at Commencement exercises Monday evening. Special recognition was given to Sharon Boland for her unusual record of 12 year? perfect attendance, during which time she was neither absent nor tardy. The 29 graduates entered the auditorium led by the junior bay Sunday - Monday (On at 9:30 Sunday) . HUNTER and NJATAUB flaming with, ' tha fire of, first love in. "The Burning Hills* girt with the highest scholastic tank, Lowell Greenfield and Edrys Peterson. Pastor Leroy Pinman of Immanuel Lutheran church gave the invocation, and there was music by the mixed chorus and a vocal solo by Nancy Weber. The Commencement address was given by Dr. David Bluhrn pastor of College Hill Interdenominational Chapel at Iowa State Teacher? College. Board of education chairman Ronald Johnson presented the seniors with their diplomas. Brownies and cub scouts did thc-ir part Saturday to help disabled veterans in the American Legion Auxiliary's annual poppy sale. At noon the Auxiliary com- , niiitee served lunch to the young people at the Legion Hall. Unit members on the poppy committee include Mrs Jean fague. Mrs George Rohlin, and Mrs Orpha Briggs. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Glen Curtis were Mr and Mrs John Ecklund. Estherville; Mrs Fred Miehe, Mrs Aletha Ecklund. and Miss Iva Moats Henry Hammer, student a- SUI, visited over the weekend at the home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer. Mr and Mrs Earl Sanftner. Janice and Donald, former residents who moved to Lina Grove two years ago, attended Commencement exercises t Monday evening when Janice's' former classmates received their diplomas. Janice had graduated the previous Tuesday. She was named as salutatorian of the senior class. She will attend Gustavus Adolphus College. The Rev. S. H. Hammer, pastor of First Methodist Church, will be the principal speaker at Memorial Day services at Reynolds Park .with invocation and benediction by Pastor Leroy Pillman of Immanuel Lutheran church. Early in the morning of Memorial Day the wreaths and flags will be placed on veterans' graves. Preceding services at the park, veterans will meet at the Legion Mall at 9 a.m. and march in parade to the park. Following the program, members of the V.F.W. and American Legion will conduct military graveside rites. Mr and Mrs William Christensen have received word of the engagement of their granddaughter, Owen Haugen, daughter of Mr and Mrs I. G. Haugen, Burlington, to Stuart L. Sheeley of Fayette. The young couple, both of whom have been attending Coe College will be married August 17. The Haugen family has frequently visited here at the Christensen home. Fourteen baptized members were received into the members h i p of Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday morning during the worship service. They are Mr and Mrs Peter Abbas and daughters Kathleen, L a r a i n e. Marsha, Debra, and Jlebecca; Mr and Mrs John Carlson and Pastor and Mrs Leroy Pillman and Special Holiday Program! - MATINEE 2 P.M. MEMORIAL DAY ALGONA THURSDAY FOR 3 DAYS . . . PLUS BONUS HIT | (On at 8 and 11:15 Sunday) ANNE BAXTER JEFF CHANDLER RQRYCALHOUN Technicolor^ An understandinqdog. Both in I 'KELLY,' brings a song and dance man... Tflrnc... A lads affection reran animal...never, more tenderly portrayed! VAN JOHNSON Kelly dndMe PIPER LAURIE -ear-nnma MICHEL RAY ALCONA SUNDAY 2 Days AIAN CaUFKW SOPHIA LADD -WEBB • LOREN, tit of the sensuous excitement that is Greece.,.conies the ""* fabulous romance of the wild island girl and the daring; Americans—searchine for treasure buried twice a thousand yean! I sons, Noel, John and Paul. A total of $2,700 in cash gifts and pledges for the Advance fof Chftst in Missions df Mercy pre- gram was reported Sunday Afternoon by those 48 members of Immanuel Lutheran Church who had been commissioned to visit the homes of the congregation during the preceding week. Trie local church is participating in the $2,000,000 program of the Augustana Lutheran church. Beginning May 29, business places will remain open on Wednesday evenings throughout the season as a convenience to farmers who are biisy in the fields, according to an announcement by Ed Peterson, president of the Commercial Club. S u p t. Edward Stewart announces that the first summer band rehearsal will be Monday evening, June 10, and the first concert, Friday .evening!, June 14p Director Everett Lockhart' wit? be in charge of the music group's summer program. The summer athletic program has 'also been announced. It includes baseball and girls' softball on a five day per week schedule, beginning at 1:30 p.m. and the first practice will take place June 12. The program will be held rain or shine; in case of rain, it will be in the gym. Beginning June 1? there will be Red Cross swimming instructions two mornings a week at the Algona pool. Children must be at least seven years old to take part in the swimming program. The summei athletic .program will be under the direction of the new coach, Bradley Bauman. Gets I.S.C. Honor An Algona girl, Jan Leaneagh. daughter of Del Leaneagh, was presented with'an "I" award by the Towa State Scientist magazine for two years' service recently at Iowa State College, Ames. Jan, an Algona high school graduate, is a technical journalism junior at the college. New Teachers In Twin Rivers Schools Hired Oltosen — Several new teach- fcfS for the Twin Rivers Community School District, Bode, Liver- moie and Ottosen have been hirctl by the board of education. New in high school will be Marcia Peters of Manson. graduate of •Wartburg College; she will teach commercial subjects; Beverly Son-risen of Oehvein, graduate o' Wartburg College, will teach English and girls ^physical education: John Erickson now of Gilmore City school will be the new band director. A. C. Lcuthauser is superintendent. New at the Ottosen Elementary ol will be Emory E. Johnson, rineipal and 7th and 8th grades; Au.lrey Hemingway of Ellendale, Minn., a graduate of Waldorf College, first grade; Kay Frances Bronner of New Hampton, a graduate of Waldorf College, second grade; Korene Okland of Forest City, a graduate of Waldorf College, third grade; Mrs Gladys Debolt of Rodman, fifth grade; Melba E. Fox of Forest City, sixth gr;;de. A kindergarten teacher has not been hired for the Ottosen school. All of the teachers at the Livcr«j more Elementary school Will be the same except for Mrs Nellie Thorns. She taught in'the'Ot- tosen school this past year and will teach first grade at'Liver- more next year. Mrs Mary McArthur will be the kindergarten 'teacher at the Livermore sch'ool. Mrs Anna Longseth accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet and family to Fontenelle, Thursday, where they attended commencement exercises at Casey High School. Jeanette Lemke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Lemke, former Ottosen residents, and granddaughter of Mrs Longseth was a member of the graduating class. They returned Friday. Mf and Mrs thorston Satern of West Bend visited Friday evening at the Roy Enockson home Mrs Magnus Braltond spent Tuesday in Humboldt where she visited at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh. Daily Vacation Bible school at Ihe Ottosen Trinity Lutheran Church will start Monday, June S and continue through Friday. June 14. The Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain will be in charge. Nancy Weber Is Queen Of Swea City Bond Unit named fof first place as School Citizen, an well as one of the two students having contributed tht most to music. Her vocal solo at contest was given the Division I rating, and so was the drum ensemble of which she wt:s a member. Nancy's other school pcti- vities include four years in band mixed chorus, girls' glee club, pep club and cheerleader; three years in sextet, trio, and on student council; two years as class officer and in Letterman's Club and class play; also annual and paper staff, accompanist, operetta, double mixed quartet, carnival queen, and officer of student council. Nancy will attend Whenton I College, Wheaton, 111., and plans to be an elementary teacher. ST. JOOEWS There will bo n pre-nuptial shower honoring Marilyn Roeder, May 2f5, in the SL Benedict school hall. She will become the bride of Leroy Grandgeriett June 4. The new couple will live in an Mgona apartment on State street. 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