The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1954 · Page 10
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fl Mdtoet Tuiiday, Ssptambgr 11/ 1954 Ottosen School Classes Have Election Officers Oiiosen — Ottosen high school classes elected off icers> this past ,. . , Elected we?e: Semof class, president, Margaret Kelley; vice president, G. Banwart; secretary, Janice Vinaas; treasurer, John Nlel&ft find reporter, Barbara Enockson. i Junior class, , president, Gary Cooper; vice president, Janice Worstef; secretary, Judy Struthers; treasiirejvWanda Jacbbson; reporter, Wilhelm Christiansen. Sophomore class, president, Martha Usher; vice president, Elsie -Ryg; ,-secretary- treasurer, Phyllis , fiell; : . reporter, Ronald Ellingson. Freshman class, president, Anna Mae Bauer; vice president, Peter Holt; secretary-treasurer, Nancy Cooper; reporter, GayJe Banwart. John Nielsen was elected president of, the Band, Margaret Kelley, editor of the year book, Caroline Banwart, assistant editor of the year book, Janice Vinaas, reporter for high , school, James Fowler, reporter for the grades, John Nielsen and Barbara Enockson,. sports reporter and Lois Bell, photography. Progressive Club The Progressive Club held its first meeting" for, the new year at the home of Mrs 'Donald Cooper. The new year books were passed out. Mrs Kenneth McLuen'S name was Sponsored as a new member. Mrs Percy Watnem was welcomed back in membership. Wednesday, Sept. 22 was the date set for the annual anniversary party, at Johnsori House in Algona beginning with & 7:00 o'clock dinner. The entertainment committee for this event is Mrs Knut Opp6da.nl, Mrs Eugene Struthers and Mrs Oliver Kinseth- The members of the local school faculty, their husbands and wives and the husbands of the club members will be guests. Has Appendectomy. Nancy Cooper, 14 year old daughter of Mr 'and Mrs Donald Cooper underwent emergency appendectomy at the Mercy hospital Wednesday evening. She is a freshman in high school. She will probably be hospitalized lout or five days. Ladies Rutal Club * The Lfcdfes RUral Club met at the honfe of Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mrs Towler, president, told 'of a meeting she attended recently at the home Of the county chairman Mrs Archie Holland at Bode, for presidents of clubs in the county. Mrs W. E. Hundertmark gave the lesson on Alaska. Mrs DeVere Newton had charge of recreation. Mrs Ted Struthers Of Rolfe and Mrs Richard Kropf Were guests. The next meeting will be Sept. 23 at the home of Mrs Kermit Fowler. Lutheran Aid Meeis The .Lutheran Ladies Aid met in the church parlors with Mrs John Vinaas and Mrs Joe Traub as hostesses. October 8 is the date of the food and vegetable gift day for the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Committees were appointed to have charge of the Looking Glass Conference dinner to be held September 29. Kitchen Committee, Mrs H. J. Nielsen, Mrs Oscar • Oppedahl, Mrs Antone Speich and Mrs Knut Oppedahl. Dining room committee, Mrs Sylvan Jacobson, Mrs Percy Watnem and Mrs Chester Alme. The annual bazaar will be held Sept. 23 in the Commercial Club Building. Mrs Loran Daniel read an article about the old people's home at Decorah. The lesson was given by Mrs Knu« Oppedahl. A group of ladies, Mrs Sylvan Jacobson, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs'Percy Watnem and Mrs Merle Holt, and Mrs Clara Solberg read a part of the history of the ladies aid. The next meeting! will be September 29 beginning at 2:00 o'clock. 1948 Class Reunion Seven members out of twelve that graduated from Ottosen high school in 1948 gathered for a picnic dinner at the jchoolhouse Sunday, September 5 for a class feiinlbn. Those present wet« Ruth Speich of Ames, Qreta.Fow': ler of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jadottson and family, Mf and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family, Eldon Hundeitmtfrfc afld friend Mar^' Ellen Jensen and Orvllle Elllngsbfi. • Band Mothers met Wednesday evening at the schoolhouse with the outgoing president-Mrs H. J. Nielsen and the new president Mrs Oliver Kinseth as hostesses. Other new officers who were in charge were Mrs Donald Cooper, secretary, and Mrs Earl Long, treasurer. "The secretary .yearly report was given byjhe outgoing secretary, Mrs DeVere Newton, and the treasurer's report was given by Mrs Donald Usher.- Pfc.' 'Vern - 'Waechter arrived home Monday to spend a 20 day furlough at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Antone : Waet- cher. He had pust finished a course in radio Communications! at Ft. Lewis, Washington. At the ,end of his' furloiigH he will return to Fort Lewis. Another son of Mr and Mrs Waechter, Robert, left Wednesday for Des Moines where he was inducted into the army. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid has been postponed until Friday afternoon, September 24. Mrs W. G. Cooper and Mrs Eugene Hofius are hostesses. Vickie Lee King, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Willis King was baptized Sunday morning during services at the Lutheran Church in Bode. Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee. Following the services dinner guests at the. Oliver Lee home were Mr and .Mrs T John Moeler and family and the paternal grandmother Mrs Gay King of Sumner. Mr and Mrs Ivan Schneider and, Mr and'Mrs Louis Henrikson and' daughters of West Bend attended a Vesterby family picnic at Windom, Mirm. Sunday. Mr' and Mrs Robert Loos of Otttimwa spent the Labor Day weekend at the parental Raymond Loos home. They also visited at the Richard Kinseth home. Sunday, September 5 was the 32nd Wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Loos. Mr and Mrs Nick.Langager of Scoby, Montana were guests at the Morgan Hagen and S. Nelson homes on Monday. Mrs Langager is a sister of Mrs Nelson and Mr Hagen. Thursday evening the Montana visitors were dinner guests al the home of Mrs Solberg and Oliver ChristianSOft* Mr and Mrs Carl UnHefb&f g o* Llverrrfore were recent visitbr* althe Ted Underberg home. Sunday dinner gttastS at the Roy Telford home,were Wt ana- Mrs' Edward VohBank and Gene and Jane of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford and family 8f HumboldMMr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann and Mr and Mrs Louis' Jacobson v and fam-- ily. .Labor Day visitors at the'Vin» cent Salz home were Mr and Mrs Ray RecChuiti of Philadelphia) Penn. The two men served'to- gether in the army. Sunday they were dinner guests at the Charles Salz home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Joe Longseth and family of Nevada were Saturday overnight.visitors at the home or Mr Lohgseth's mother .Mrs Anna Longseth. Sunday afternoon visi-i tors' were Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet and family of Algpna. Sunday afternoon visitors at 'the fiteftten Jensen hottse wet6 Jbhn Jensen of Fort Dodge aftd Atfdfey Frye and Edna Ketelsgft 6f• Algeria; - » » • Mr "artd 'Mrs Oliver ffcns<>t!i and 1 granddaughter Catfe M«$ Ha\ig and Margaret Hol.t attend* ed the Saddle Club Day ai tn« Humboldt fairgrounds. Mr and Mr*s 'MlTte Ceyle were picnic'dinner guests at the home of their-son attd daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle near Bode. Robert Lee of Tulsa, Oklahoma spent the Labor Day weekend at the : parental Olive*Lee home. , Mr and Mrs Allan weto-spann and family visited at the" Ronald Miller home at Irvingtbn Sunday evening; ' ' ' • •. " ' 1 Mr and Mrs Raymond' Holland of Humboldt were Wednesday evening visitors at the parental Albert Bergum home. 'Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the horhe of ; Mrs Cooper's parents Mr and Mrs Alfred .Jensen Well-Drilling . . , .,'-- Q*& and Jeep-Ditching Contact Cletus F. Elbert PHONE 1313 ' • 1403 E.. Locust St., Algona, la. fit Rodman. ln ! ' the evdnmtf they visfwd at the Ralph Jensen home 8 Mr and krr Merle Faulfe and ita Mohte.of Estherville dftd M* aMAfrs.Stanley Keith and sen& 6f PcJcahOntaS and Lois Bell tfeffc Sunday eVenlfii supper gueflte at the Percy Watneni homfc. Mr and Mrs.Ffed Kampfen and Peggy 'and Scottie were Thursday afternoon Visitors at the Hans Kampert; honig • at .Laurens. ' Tbis Federal' Government began printing Its own ctirteflcy in 1862. Largest eatflitl rioted- ^rUne Watteipinieott t Iver this year was hatiiea in Sefct, 6 Mr George RKiftft&Jrt, Afiftffifosa. It weighed 37 i>o&hds"'6'n'd" was,-41 inches long. , i. .»;... • ' ...:• TAXES Are Due Second Half Payments Due in 1954 Will Become Delinquent October 1 Thursday, September 30, will be the last day to pay and escape payment of penalty of % of 1 percent effective October 1. Art additional % of Vpe.rcent will be added each succeeding month. : . 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