The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 11
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23 Seniors A} Lakofa Get Diplomas Lakofa — Commencement activities for the 1957 Lakota seniors reached a climax with the commencement program, May 13, at o p.m. . Shelda Hertzke was salutatnr- jan and Paula Buckels, valedictorian. Frank Miles 3 ave the PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Sunday, June 2 HENRY CHARLES Sunday, June 9 JACK COLE Sunday, June 16 GUY DE LEO Friday, June 21 Western & Old Time FRANK BUHR Sunday, June 23 LYNN KERNS No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 address. The Class Roll includes Lurene Barrett, Marlene Heyes, Craig Meyer, Paula Buckels, Donna Hippcn. -»\ifred Meyer, Marlene Christ, Robert Lappe, Leona Sachs, Dennis Erich, Helen IVfom- mcngn, Sharon Erdahl, Lillian Meyer, Michael Vodraska, Donna Gardener, Roger Rippentrop, Arliss Goeke, Robert Sheldahl, Shelda Hertzke, Verdene Stroebel, Lucille Heyes and Marlene Thorn sen. Lurene Barrett was given the award for Representative girl and Robert Sheldahl, Representative boy for the four ysara. lona Snchs was given the citizenship award. The award and achievement program was held Wednesday night. Mr V. A. Barrett, head of music department, presented awards. Large lyres were given to. 'Janice Hertzke, Arliss Goeke, Ivan Heidecker, Gerald Heetland, Sharon Mastin, Craig Meyer, Luella Price, Robert Sheldahl, Verdean Stroebel. Karen Thompson, Marlene Thomson, Beryl Tjaden and Mike Vodraska.' Mrs Jerry Hectland* on behalf of the Band Mothers, presented THURS.. MAY 30lh Decoration Dance The Waltz King WAYNE KING And His Famous Dance Orch. Adm. 1.60 plus tax, 161. 1.80 FRL, MAY 31sl FLOYD WARREN And His Ramblers SAT., JUNE Isl JULES HERMAN & ORCH. TUES., JUNE 41h~ Beginning Weekly Teens Dancing , KEITH KILLINGER & Orch. j Dick Co-Etle lo Spin Records 10:30 A. M. By 10:30 A.M., walls and windows of the "National" home at McGregor and Main streets had been erected, and partitions were being placed. This was the scene at mid-morning. ,'\ ''^'XfTX X,'J%^* "'*" ^M^M^^^^ttBH COMING! ... ON WEEK-ENDS O? JUNE 8-9 AND 15-16 "Open House" of The New National Korne "Sweetbricr" As Advertised in Life, McCall's, Look, Ladies Homo Journal ... At Corner of McGregor and Main Streets in Algona WEGNER CONSTRUCTION CO. ... "NATIONAL" HOMES DEALER trie bass clarinet, bell lyre and fourteen new uniforms to the school. The PTA paid for one uniform and cap. R. L. Lage presented letters to th| basketball teams. School closed Saturday with picnics for the grades at various places locally and the high school at Okoboji. P.W.O. Guest Day The Presbyterian Women's Organization held their guest day luncheon Thursday in the church parlors. The Junior trio from the high school, Marcelline Erdahl, Donna Hertzke and Cynthia Thompson sang two songs accompanied by Mary Jean Leonard, preceding the luncheon. The speaker was Miss Barbara Kk.nifo. student from University of Dubuque. The Misses Emma and Lena Gutknccht, Mrs Dwayne Lester and sons attended the graduation of Miss Juanita Lester from the Methodist Kahlcr School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn. Saturday evening. Billy Becmer came home Sunday from Sioux City where he has completed four years at Morningside college. He will return later this week for the commencement activities. The Messers and Mesdames Orville Ruby, Jerry Hoetland and Wayne Hcetland attended the Commencement exercises a' Ledyard Tuesday night. Dr. R. L. Williams visited friends in Fort Dodge and Harlan several days last week. Mrs Guy Beemer received word last week that her step-mother. Mrs J. P. Booker of DCS Moincs, had fallen and fractured her hip. She hfid surgery and a plate and pin inserted. Mrs Booker is 90 years old. Mr Albert Rosennu observed his 92nd birthday Sundry. Mr Roscnau lives with his two sons Alvin and Lloyd on their farm north of Lakota. Funeral services were held Friday at Thompson for Donald •Krull, a car-truck collision victim. He was the son of Mr and Mrs Ed Krull, former Lakolan. Mrs Krull is the former Ila Price. The Louis Price family attended the services. The Mesdames Mary Zoller, Jerry Heetland, Wayne Heetland and Arlowe Blome attended the County Auxiliary meeting at Ledyard, May 14. Mr and M^'s Roger Thompson moved Sunday to Storm Lake where Roger will be employed. Since returning from service he has been working with his father and brother, Robert in the trucking business. Mr and Mrs Jasper Smidt accompanied by Mrs Frauke Schadendorf left this week for Denver, Colo., to take the Smidt's housesuest, Mrs Boose to !v->i' home. Mrs Esther Zimmerman of Oxford was a visitor in the Clifton Buckels home the past week to attend the gradu*»»ion.of her nir-cy Paula Buckels. Mr and Mrs George ILinrv? ot Bancroft were' Sunday guests cf the former's sister, Mrs Wm. Kionitz :md family. j Rev. Hensman Smidt of Burl i was guest speaker in the Presby- | terian churc.h . Sunday morning during the absence cf Rev. -liar- Ian Kruse. Mrs John Wirtjes of Winnebago, Minn, was a guest in the Raymond Hertzke home. She came to the graduation of he- ftranrldaughter, Shelda ffertfcke. Mr and Mrs Earl Jefgescm aftd four sons of Ledyard were Sufi- day guests of Mrs Mary Zollef. Mrs Jergeson is Mrs Zoller'S niece. Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Te Paske in Humboldt. never an after-thirst IMl IQVIRT WlMPAMJ its clean, fresh flavor'of pure fruit and the tangy sparkle that makes Squirt the per* feet mixer. Buy Squirt io the turifty 8-p»ck Tartan Carton. CRYSTAL SPRINGS BOTTLING WORKS, ESlHiRVIllf, IOWA Family Groups Honor Burl Senior Grads Burl — Jerry Garman, young est son of Mr and Mrs William Garman, graduated from BuH Community School Friday evening and his parents enteftainec relatives and friends at the V.F.W. hall after the services. Guests attending were Mrs Marj Garman of Algona; his brothef William and wife Amy and chil dren of Sioux Palls; his brother Donald and wife Beverly oi Corpus Christi, Texas; Mr and Mrs Dale Kerns of Dubuque; Mr and Mrs Wilbur Kerns, of Ring sted; the Sylvester Germans oJ Britt; Adolph Kilian and Richarc of Milford; the Leo Garmans of LuVerne; the Stanley Garman? of Corwith; Mr and Mrs Gerald Garman and Mr and Mrs Wm Erpelding of Algona; Mr and Mrs Robert Garman of Lakefield Minnesota and the Art Garmans of Denhart; artd from this com munity Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichtor and Ann Lichter: Mr and Mrs George Munus and Larry Manus: Roger Chafeo, Larry Hincklev and Arlen Johnson. Honoring their son Toni, Mi and Mrs Harold Angus entertained Friday evening: Toni's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Claude Whitchill of Algona; Mr and Mr? Claude Whitehall Jr. and family of Greeley; Rev. Robinson, Mr and Mrs O'tto Glawe, Reuben and Agnes Olsen of Bancroft; Mrs Gladys Ewing and Beverly ot Spencer; Mr and Mrs Roy Guy and Jim of Renwick, Mr and Mr? Joe Guy of Goldlield; Mr and Mrs Joe Crossley of Hardy: Mr and Mrs Louis Braum also of Renwick; Mrs Berniece Curran and Mrs Howard Smith and children of Blue Earth, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus, Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson and Hadley Caster of Burt. Karen Steward, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs^ Walter Steward, was a graduate Friday evening and honoring her the parents entertained Mr and Mrs Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce of Garner: Roger Steward and Betty Wright of Fayette and Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas with Judy and Janice. Gary Giddings, eldest son of Mr and Mrs William 'Giddings was honored by the following relatives at his home after the Comricncement fervice: Mrs Nettie Fisher, Mrs Norn Gnrner, Mr and Mrs Guy C. Giddings and Mr and Mrs Joe Fosnaugh and family, the latter of Algona. Honoring daughter Marlene on her graduation her parents, Mr and Mrs Stanley Black entertain- O'i the following at their home- Mrs Mayme Schrader, Mr and Mrs Clifford Schrader, Mr and Mr ; v Lewis Franzene and children. Mr and Mrs GTenn Blpck and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf of Bancroft. Sunday evening guests at the Harold Angus home were R. T. Angus, Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and daughters, Mr and Mrs Charles Lappe and children, , Mr and Mrs Wayne Mann, Mr and Mrs Harold Sabin, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce, Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and Susan, Dr. and Mrs Webber and family of Bancroft, Gerald Dolf of Ringsted; Dennis Johnson of thursdoy, May 30, 1957 Alflona (lo.) Uppet Btt Melft**-S Seneca, Oliver Kardoes of Swea City. John Glawe of Bancroft and Hadly Caster of Burt." Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell entertained honoring Norman, wh-o was a member of the graduating class, Mr and Mrs L. C. Williams, grandparents of Norman, and Mf and Mrs Km Williams all of Welcome, Minn.; Higher petfcmia nee FUTEFUEL Now Phillips 66 brings you its new FLITE-FUEL with the higher octanft and higher power you need to get peak performance out of any car.' Not only new cars, but older cars, too, will benefit from the remarkable performance qualities of this higher-powered FLITE-FUEL. It's blended for local driving conditions. It's the only gasoline.containing ' "added Di-isopropyl. It has extra high octane for smoothneai and long mileage. It's clean burning, so it needs no anti-fouling additive. Fill up with new FLITE-FUEL at your Phillips 66 Dealer's and discover a new high in performance! PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY Mrs Virgil Schrader, Mary Black and Peiry St John of Algona and Fill Up With New Flite-Fuel at J THE AUTO EXPERTS WROTE THIS AD PLYMOUTH T "Your over-all be*t buy"Car Life Magazine. "After testing all the 1957 cars we choose Plymouth as today's over-all best buy because we feel that it offers more and bettet transportation value than any other 1957 car regardless of price." (From the June issue of CAR LIFE, the family auto magazine.) PlYMOUTH-"Style leader of the year"Dell's 1957 Can Annual, "Style Leader of the Year Award, presented to Plymouth Division of Chrysler Corporation, by the editors of Dell's 1957 Cars Annual who have chosen the 1957 Plymouth as the style leader of the American automotive industry." (Inscription on award.) PLYMOUTH-"Economy leader of its field"1957 Mobilgas Economy Run. "In the 1957 Mobflgas Economy Run Plymouth won first place in Class 'A,' the division that includes all of the well-known low-price cars. The winning Plymouth was powered by a V-8 engine with automatic transmission," (From U. S. Auto Club records.). PlYMOUTH-"Superior roadability"- 1957 Motor Trend Magazine Award. "Presented to Chrysler Corporation for superior handling and road- ability qualities of their family of fine cars." (Citation of 1957 Motor Trend Award, presented to the U. S. manufacturer making most significant engineering advancement.) RS. WE HAVE ONLY ONE WORD TO ADD-

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