The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 15
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8th Grade Diplomas and Athletic Awards, Seneca Seneca ** fiighth grade commencement exercises were held Studebakerl has ... THE MOST HEADROOM of any car in its class. Ample leg room, too. STYLING that started the trend toward the low silhouette. POWER AND ECONOMY up to 276 hp—plus America's best economy record I TWIN TRACTION another exclusive that lets you go when others are stuck. LUXURY-LEVEL RIDE ; with variable-rate ! front springing in all I sedans. 18 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM . . . We have. . . • TRADES the others juaittalk about! • TERMS, that suit your convenience! • SERVICE that you can always depend upon. *OA •SEE •DRIVE •COMPARE... and you'II buy... STUDEBAKER SCHULTZ BROS. South Phillips Street ALGONA, IOWA at the Seneca school auditorium Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Eight graduates were presented with diplomas by Richard Pan- hell. They were Carolyn Madsen, Barbara England, "Kathleen Crowley, Sandra EllefsOn, Margery Johnson, Larry Osborn, Roger Fox and £>aryl Preston. Carolyn Madsen read the class history which had been written by Kathleen Crowley. The class Will was read by Sandra Ellefson. Mr Pannell then presented perfect attendance awards to Alice Pelersen and Carolyn Madsen. Awards Presented A presentation of high school awards Was held at the Seneca school auditorium Saturday morning following eighth grade commencement exercises. Mr Harold Orunhovd presented the athletic awards as follows: Girls basketball: Sharon Dorsey, Marcia Hartshorn, Marilyn Johannesen, Margaret Nielsen, Lois England, Carol Johannesen, Darlene Johnson and Bonnie Me- Intire. Cheerleader awards were presented to Sharon Dorsey, Marcia Hartshorn, Carol Hanisch and Dorothy Petersen. « v Manager awards were presented to Susan Breese. Janice Osborn and Virgil Gardner. Boys athletic awards were pre* sented to the following boys who participated in both basketball and baseball: Dwane Johannesen; Ronald Johannesen, Gail Kaufman, David Looft, Roger Nielsen and Robert Crouch. Receiving a letter in baseball > were Dennis Kennedy, Bob Hanisch and Fred Schneider and for baseketball, Gary Loge. Music awards were presented to the following by Mr Jones: Band and chorus awards: Susan Breese, Bob Crouch, Sharon Dorsey, Nancy Fischer, Carol Hanisch, Marcia Hartshorn, Ronald Johannesen, Darlene Johnson. Dennis Johnson, David Looft. Roger Nielsen, Janice Osborn, Lois Wilberg and Raymond Wilberg. Band awards: Sandra Ellefson. Jerry England, Mary England. Larry Osborn, Larry Johannesen and Marjorie Johnson. Chorus awards: Sandra Gable. Mnrlene Fox, Janet Geilenfeld, Charles Hantelman, Gail Kauff- nian. Dwane Johanncsen, Margaret Nielsen, Qarol Johannesen, /.•lurilyn Johannesen and Sandra Nolte. Special recognition — Boy? quartet: Ronald Johannesen, David liooft, Roger Nielsen and Raymond Wilberg; Girls Sex- -,iat|(K»-Marilyn Johannesen, Lois ' Wuberg, Janice Osborn'," Nancy Fischer, Margaret Nielsen and Darlene Johnson. Solo work: Nancy Fischer, Lois Wilberg, Raymond Wilberg, Ronald Johannesen and Sharon Dorsey. Brass quarette: Sharon Dorsey, Janice Osborn, Roy Wilberg and Dennis Johnson. Supt. K. M. Chase then presented the scholastic awards. Marcia Hartshorn was- named Valedictorian with a 3.62 grade point average. Raymond Wilberg was named Salutatorian with a 3.31,average. Marcia Hartshorn was also presented the Iowa State Bar Citizenship award from the Kossuth County Bar Association. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gardnei entertained Tuesday evening in honor of Virgil's • graduation. Gutsts included Mr and Mrs Ernest DuVary, Dolliver; Mr and Mrs Mick Carlson, Armstrong: Mr and Mrs Pat Rohlin, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Forrest McGregor, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Henry McGregor, Armstrong; Miss Bertha Gardner, Fairmont, Minn.; and Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen ot Fenton. Guests at the Russel Kauffman home Tuesday evening honoring Gail's graduation included Mr and Mrs C. Christiansen, Graettinger; Mr and Mrs Herman Gable and Sandra, Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson, Mr and Mrs Bill Hanson, Mrs Bill Schmidt and Roger, Mr and Mrs Elmer Hanisch and family, Mr aqd Mrs Cassie Klocko, Mrs Warren Christiansen and Mr and Mrs Leo Crowley and Kathleen. Seneca, Fenton Choose Bond Festival Queens MISS FENTON — Brenda Finnestad is a junior and the daughter of Mi- and Mrs Amos Finnestad, who farm hear Fenton. She was elected by the band members to represent them in the North Iowa Band Festival in Mason City June 11. In addition to her school activities Brenda has been very active in 4-H work. She has been secretary and treasurer of the club to which she has belonged 4 years. She is treasurer of the junior class, played basketball 2 years and has been a cheerleader 3 years. Brenda attends St. Johns Lutheran Church* Where she teaches Sunday School and is a member of! ,Walther League. MISS SENECA—Band members of the Seneca School have chosen a sophomore, Marilyn Joyce Johannesen, as th'eir candidate for .Miss'Nprth Iowa at the North Iowa Band Festival in Mason City, June 11. Marilyn is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, who farm near Bancroft. Marilyn sings in the mixed chorus, tat sextet, and is an active member of' the Seneca Stars 4-H club and participates in church activities. May 17 Bride Of Fenton Man ifettf011 Hepjnfeir 3 Lutheran Eighth Grade Graduations Held, Fenton IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 5 .0Q 0 j\A .Ow r« iwi« At this hour, the "National" home appeared like this — with roof rafters and sheathing in place. By the time workers left the sight that evening, the "National home looked just about ready to move into i COMING! ... ON WilK-SNDi OF JUNE 8-9 AND 15-16 "Open'HpMte" i ef The New Notional Heme "SweetbrfV As Advertised in life, Mc6oll'«i Lwki l»*ii Hsme Journal ... At Corner ef Me^reger and Main Streets in Algong WEGNER edNStBUetiSN co ... "NATIONAL" HOMIS BIAlift — Eighth grade graduation services were held at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, Friday evening, May 24. Schools participating were Immanuel Lutheran school, Lotts Creek; St. Paul Lutheran school, Whittemore and St. John Lutheran school, Fenton. The order of service was processional by Miss Elsie Meyer, Hymn by the congregation. The scripture lesson was read by Rev. Paul Weinhold, Whittemore Each school sang a special hymn. The Welcome was given by Herbert Kae Krause of Fenton and the response by Willetta Gade of Whittemore. The Farewell by Bonnie Potratz of Lotts Creek. Rev. W. H. Friedrich delivered the address. The diplomas were presented by Reuben Butzke, ol Whittemore. Rev. P. Weinhold gave the closing prayer and benediction. The class roll includes Jerry Freyholtz, Eleanor Meyer and Bonnie Potratz of Lotts Creek; Willetta Gade, Ivan Lauck, Earl Maahs, Cleo Meier and Juanita Vaudt of Whittemore and Herbert Kae Krause of Fenton. Teachers of the 8th grade are Mrs George Wolter, Lotts Creek; Mf Reuben Butzke of Whittemore and Miss Elsie Meyer of Fenton. Pastors are Rev. Martin Peters, Lotts Creek, Rev. Paul Weinhold, WlvUemore and-rRev W. H. Friedrich of Fenton. Following the service, a reception for the class was held in the church parlors. Awards Program The Eighth grade commencem and award program was held Friday evening, May 24, at the Fenton school. The program included a vocai duet by Lois Finnestad and Terry Juhl accompanied by Ja.net Behne. The speaker for the evening, A. M. Quintard, was intro- ducted by J. F. Beckley. Clar-i inet Duet "by Janean Zwiefel and'" Loveda Kohlwes accompanied by Janet Walker. ''• The presentation oi; Awards and Letters was made by Roger Walker and the presentation of Music Awards by Warren L. Jones. The Presentation of Awards and Medals by J. F. Beckley. Joyce Voigt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt was named Valedictorian of the Senior class and Beth Ann Newel, daughter of Mrs Jessie Newel, Salutatorian. Glennis Finnestad received the Citizenship award. Mrs Jess Halverson awarded the diplomas to the eighth 'grade graduating class. Receiving diplomas were Judy Bqrkland, John Cannon, Joe Gowans, Kern Yager, Janean Zwiefel, Bryan Mortenson, Dick Petersen, Loveda Kohlwes, John Hartman, Dennis Geitzenauer, Janet Walker, Janice Hannover and David Hainzinger. Confirmation Service Confirmation services will be held Sunday, June 2nd, at the Blakjer Lutheran church, with a class of nine members being confirmed by the Rev. Harlan Blockhus, pastor. Confirmants aye Donald Cherland, son of Mr and Mrs Amey Cherland, Ronald Cherland, son of Mr and Mrs Julian Cherland, Carol Johan- nesen, daughter of Mr snd Mrs Fred Johannesen; Larry Johannesen, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Merle and Barbara Halverson, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Judy Bratrud, daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratrud, Gary Loge, son of Mr ant! Mrs Sig Loge and James Geilenfeldt, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Geilenfeldt. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with hostesses Mesdames Wilfred Stoeber, S. E. Straley and Romaine Weisbrod. Mrs Charles Weisbrod will conduct the worship service and Mrs Arlo Ranne\ will present the lesson. Fenlon Forward 4-H Club met in the home of Jeanette and Joan Wichtcndahl. Plans were made ^or Rally Day which will be held Saturday, June 1st. Resignations from the club weru accepted from Joyce Voigt and Brenda Finnestad. Demonstrations were given by Judy Jolley, Ruth Miller and Joyce Voigt. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Mrs Minnie Dreyer spent Saturday in Humboldt for the special opening day of Butch's OK Tire- Shop. The shop is operated by Duane Dreyer. The May meeting of the Independence Idealist 4-H Club was held in the home of Janice Priebe, May 13th. Lois Berkland presided. Guests of the, 4-H club were Mrs Juhl, Mrs Quam and Mrs Bredehoeft, who selected the good grooming girls. Selected were Kathcrine Jacobson, Phyllis Jacobson and Teresa Naig. Virgean Norland and Judy Wiener were chosen to go to Camp Okoboji and Katherine Jacobson is also planning to attend camp."' Joanne Mitchell ..gave a talk. 4 Thursday evening supper guests .of Mrs Jessie' New, el and Beth were Mr and Mrs Joe Harman of New Ulin, Minn, and Mr anci Mrs V. J. Tatum and Carol of Greene, la. Also present for lunch after commencement exercises were Miss Agnes Goetsch, Mrs Patsy Goetsch, Mrs Florence Behne and Janet, Mrs Retta Eigler, Mrs Clarence Osborn all etf Fenton; Mrs Arnold Kuecker. Buffalo Center; Mr and Mrs Stuart Whittemore of Rolfe, Mrs Frank Weisbrod and Elizabeth of Cylinder, Miss Fern Carlson and Miss Peterson of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Gale Cummings and Tommy of Wells, Minn. Mrs Rbbetl Jacobseft and children of Mallard were guests in the parental Curtis Olsen home Friday to Monday of this past week . Mr and Mrs Bob Schwaf 14 and Bobbi Jeanne of Ames were weekend guests in the parental J. A. Schwartz home. Members of the freshman class of the Fenton school enjoyed a class picnic Friday at Fort Defiance, Estherville. They were accompanied by Mesdames Rueben Luedtke, William Hantelman, Ed Mitchell and Lloyd Kern. Sharon Eigler accompanied by her friends, Lois Kitzmah of Elmore, Minn., Rita Walter of Rochester, Minn, and Peggy Ktlapp of Little Cedar, Iowa has spent the past week vactioning in the Ozarks. The girls are student nursed at the Kahler Hospital school of nursing in Rochester, and returned to their studies this week. Judy and Sharon Elgiet, Belh Ann Newel and Anna Mae Lau* bonthal pleasantly surprised Mrs Gilbert Scribtier Sr. In honor of her birthday Wednesday evening. Mrs Gerald Ols«n, David and Debbie of Omaha and Mr and Mrs Edwin Juhl of Estherville were Wednesday evening visitors in the Curtis Olsen home. Misses Alma Skalbach, Alice Shores, Ella Haeckel and Audra Kae Straley of Fairmont were Thursday evening dinner guests in the S. E. Straley home. Mrs Floyd Duncan ol Fenion accompanied Mrs Emll Person of Lone Rock to Burt Wednesday afternoon to attend "the Presbyterian church Society Guest Day. From there Mrs Duncan accompanied her sister, Mrs Tom Trenary of Burt to her home and visited until Sunday. On Sunday Mrs Trenary brought Mrs Duncan home and together the families were dinner guests of the Eldon Duncans. , Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne spent the weekend visiting relatives and friends in St. Paul and Minneapolis. On Sunday they attended the Dedication of Olive Branch Lutheran church of Coon Rapids, Minn. The Rev. N. E. Kabelltz is the pastor. Thursday, May 30, 195? Algonct (la.) Upper Des Mdines-7 Community Club Program Begins June 1, Fenton -™ :%••* >•:. j *..'; i •j.ttfi'n'i --•".-.* f, . •••, . ff -,v ••.!,.'., - -..-, .. ,-. Fenton — The annual cash night program at Fenton will begin Saturday, June 1, as announced last week. Mr and Mrs Stuart E. Butterfield of Gruver announce the marriage of their daughter, Jean, above, tb Donald J. Priebe, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe of Fenton. The wedding took place on Friday afternoon, May 17, at the parsonage of the Union Baptist Church in Estherville, Iowa Coming Events Thursday, May 30 — Memorial Day program at the Fenton Park. Monday, June 3 — Fenton Pro- gressors 4-11 club meeting. Wednesday, June 5 — St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thursday, June 6 — Woman's Society of Christian Service: Fairville Ladies Aid. Mr end Mrs W. H. Smith ol Wesley spent Sunday p.m. in the Floyd Duncan home. Sunday dinnsr gussls in ihe Rcbert Wegenc-r home were Mr and Mrs Carl Matheson, Richard, Delbc-rt and Kathleen, Mr ;md Mis Leonard Malhuson, Janice and Brian all of Ringstc-d, ami Mr and Mrs Ralph Matheson of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei, Eva- Ion and Elaine went to Dubuque Saturday on business. Enroute home they were supper guests of Mrs SchleJ's brother and family, the Carl Strueckers at Water- lop. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei attended funeral services of Mrs Schlei's jjSUsifi, Mi's Ralph Upmeyei at Garner THE ONLY AWNING WITH 80% AIR AND LIGHT FILTRATION UNDERNEATH KEEPS OUT DIRECT SUN GLARE, YET PERMITS PROPER VENTILATION, 8IVIN6 A COOLER INTERIOR Hundreds of louvers allow hot air to escape keeping the under section of awning completely ventilated and permitting light to niter through. kaPax is the only awning manufactured with these features. LaPax awnings can be easily removed by home owners if desired. LaPax awnings are low in cost, yet give you maximum protection in all kinds of weather. Heavy gauge Alcoa aluminum. Interlocking slats prevent rattling during heavy winds. Awnings are available in 15 basic colors or any combination of these colors. LaPax awnings are roll- coated insuring maximum durability and beauty. FHA APPROVED FRED MORTENSEN 7 First Trust & Savings Bank Armstrong and Fenton, Iowa All Deposits Insured Up To $10.000 By F. D. I. C. 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