The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1954 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 25, 1954
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TM&y, May'88, 19S4 Titonka Class Of 40 Seniors A New Record ,- , • [. THonka •*• forty -high . school seriibrs are, teaching the end of their school days vwh' Bacdalau- r6fite services set for Suhday, May 23, and oommehcement exercises dated for Tuesday, May 26 in the gymnasium. The Rev B. H. Schwerin will deliver the baccalaureate address assisted by •the Rev H. A, Oiers. There will be no speaker at the commencement exercises. The class will put on the program: The Class-of 1954 which will receive diplomas is the largest class oft irecdrd —' 40 students. Following are the members of the class: Jane Amesbury, Myrth Akkerman, Violet Baade, Ernest Beeriken, David Boeckhblt, Maf- celia Boekelman, Rose Soever, Dean Boyken, Marilyn Callies, Robert Eden, Shirley Eden, Russell Fisher, Donald Fritz, Donald Gerdis, Marcine Haiiria, Gertrude Harms, Herbert Harms, Robert Hofmann, Kent Hoover, Verla Janes, Ronald Krause, Doris Kuchenreuther, Betty Miller, Rita Miller, Larry Peterson, Marilyn Peterson, Colleen Rippentrop, Donald Rippentrop, Gresharti Roskama Sharon Schutjer, William Smldt, Elaine SonnenbergJ" Marlys Stecker, Phyllis Swyter, Gloriann Tjarks, Thelma Ull- tnann, James Van Hove, Glen Welp, Evelyn Willemssen and Gary Zweifel. 8ih Grade Banquet The 8th- grade banquet was held Tuesday evening May 11 at the school lunchrooms. Thirty- nine students will enter high School next fall. They are as follows: Clinton Asche, Lloyd Bartelt, Dawn Beenken, Donna Beenken, Trudy Bess, Arlen Bilsborough, Allan Boyken, Ronald Boyken, Ernest Carlson, Clinton Eden, Virginia Fritz, Sandra Gerdis, Harold Harms, Jerald Harms, Janice Intermill, Diane Krominga, Richard Mayland, Alvin Meyer, Virginia Miller, Michael Nelson, Shirley Parcel, Gary Pearson, Merle Phelps, Beverly Richter, Wendal Schutjer, Dwight Seaberg, Gary Sleper, Faye Ann Smidt, Bruce Stecker, Julius Stecker, Scherry Stecker, Marvin Stoebel, Virginia Swan, Florabelle Tjaden, Mary Trunelle, Floyd Ullman, Lora Willemssen, Darrel Wubben, Corinne Zweifei. WlNTIft FOLLIES ,"C*i ywrteD me how to use tfiis to pimp rty bnkfts frtiwi stopping on icy roads?" SMtTf COUNCIt her contract to teach In the pub'. He school at Oarher this fall. Catherine' As the-daughter bf Mi? aHd MfS HeMy OftheL OpL LeRby C. Phelps has been home on a 1 16-day. furlough and left Monday morning for Port Riley, Kan. He previously had been }n Camp 'Polk, La, , Mrs Carrie Wilsoh left for her new job for the summer.. She will be the>pastry. tiook at the Crescent beach lodge' on Emerson Bay, West Okoboji. -r, Mother's Day'guests aUhe Win. L. Rode home included Mr and Mrs John -H. Rode, Mr and Mrs John. a. i Rijipentrop, Mrs Erna 1 Franzen,, Mr and Mrs 'Arthur Rode and sons all of Titonka, and Mr arid Mrs' Donald Rippentfbp nhd family of Fertile. . The Ed Abbas home has been sold to Walter Baade. , Jake Geigler has been eon- to his bed t With heart trolibk Mr 'and Mrs ,f rtdrlftK fi. rnaft of Austin, talntt.iftefe wee fid guests of Mr ina Mrs Lidfl fct Ca allies. There was an unusual funeral procession through Manilla, and other Milwaukee fioad;. towns fe- centlyt 10 steam locomotives, oft theit way ta the'.cortfiahy's Mo- motive graveyard at Bensonville, 'fll. Diesels have.'noW replaced an steam 'locomotives on -the division^ t '. . u _ . . -. seih *'~ Mr and Mrs Del -fry 'of; SI- gourney receritly 6b"*etved theif 56th wedding anniversary. They were married In Sigourney In- 1898. . • ' ' •- They will receive their diplomas at the class day exercises on ?tiday, May 21. Mr and Mrs George Tjaden and Mr and Mrs Alfred Boelkes and Audrey were Sunday visitors at the George Brpesder home- in Algona. : .Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker Jr. and son were weekend guests of Mr "and Mrs Paul Thacker Sr. and Mrs Anna Alke» Mrs Roger OgilvSe, the former Leona -Wilson, Was entertained at a miscellaneous shower in her honor -Tuesday evening at the Methodist church. Her husband is stationed in Cuba with the IflVV • ; ' Louise Sachau, local beauty operator, left Saturday for Des Moines to'attend the State Beauty convention. Mr and Mrs George Sachau took her there. Louise will be back May 19. Mr and Mrs Ed Brandt and family motored to Ayrshire Sunday to spend Mothers Day with her parents Rev and Mrs Wm Baddeley. Tony Boeckholt, son of Mr and Mrs Alrek Boeckholt, came home last week for a few days furolugh with his parents and family. Tony was in Korea.before coming home. Herbert Tjaden, son of Mr and Mrs Stephen Tjaden was one of 26 x members to be initiated in Phi Beta Kappa at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. Friday evening. , _ Miller Roskamp, son of Rev and Mrs Av.Roskamp and Donald Baade, son of Mr and Mrs Hclnry Baade, left for the armed services Tuesday. Catherine Orthel has signed NOW! .WE CAN FINANCE ANY TYPE OF QUONSET BLDG. Yes, farmers, we are now in the position to finance any type of quonset building you desire. Payments can be lengthened over a five-year period if you wish, and can be adjusted to your income. We'll tell you about this new plan and give you all the particulars. So see Earl Miller at the Miller Steel Building Co. at once.' STORE YOUR SMALL GRAIN , BOOST YOUR PROFITS WITH A MB. u. I. »AT orr QUONSET With Quonset's proved protection in all weather, you ore sure of the best possible quality grain at all times. Cash in on peak prices—and pay for your Quonset out of the difference! C.C.C. storage facility loans available up to 85%. Ask us about this profitable protection or see your County P.M.A. Chairman, Don't Wait - - Place Your Order Today 1 . Why put off ordering your new quonset and thus delay delivery? Now is the time to stop in and pick out your needs. Hem ember—-the first orders written under this new plan will also be the first to be delivered. See us today! MILLER Steel Buildings BITTER •FREE FLAVOR iiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' JI-J . 0N AT KOSSUTH A LIMITED TIME ONLY - A OFFER FOR ALL CAR- ALL MAKES Motor Co. FOR ALL MAKES ummei TO AL 10ft| N. Wain St. Algona CONTROLLED FREE Free GM Polishing Cloth In Metal Container To Every Shop Customer Free Grease Job With Every Shop Job of $10.00 or More (Paris and Labor Tolal) Holiday Ahead! Vacation Ahead! Lots of Summer Driving Ahead! We know you want^pur car in tip-top shape, thoroughly checked before you "take off" / . . that's why we are making this very special service offer. We are prepared to Service your car, no matter what make. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE ITEMS EVERY CAR OWNER SHOULD HAVE CHECKED BEFORE DOING ANY EXTENSIVE SUMMER DRIVING Brake Adjustment Brake Lining Lubrication Headlights Oil Filter Cartridge Scratched Fenders Seat Covers Radiator Flush Change of Thermostat Steering Knuckles Rear Lights Oil Change Cracked Glass Bug Screen 9 Front End Alignment • Change Sparkplugs 9 Change Points % Hose and Connections 9 Tire Check • Polish and Paint • Transmission Don't Wait! Don't Put it Of f! YOU WANT YOUR CAR RIGHT AND SO DRIVE IN NOW FOR THE WORK NEED AND GET OUR FREE OFFERS READY YOU Limited Time Only KOSSUTH MOTOR W of Courjhouse Square

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