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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1955
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6-Algofia (fa.) Upper Pe« Mplffct :TtiuMtTay, May LuVerne Graduate 1 On May LuV4rne — MacCalaureate service^ jfof the. 1965 graduating cla^s of BiiVerne l rhigh School will be held * Sunday evening in the school auditorium with Rev. Louir Wittenburg, Zion Lutheran church Castor as the speaker. Commencement exercises will be held Friday evening,.May 20 in the high school auditorium Speaker Don .Reid, Des Moirtes Iowa Press Association, manager There are 14 in this year's class They are Qlenda Hanselman Gloria Harmon, Albert Hippen. Herbert Huff, Alice Mae Jensen Keith Kubly, Dale Larimer, Donald Larson, Ronald Martin, Marvel Myers, Joyce Phillips, Donald Prenschl. James Rosenmeyer and Merlin Schneider. Class Day exercises Friday, May 27 at • 10:00 a.m. followed by a picnic at noon in the town park. For skip day the senior clSss Will visit Veishea at Iowa State College, Ames, Friday, May 13i i '.' • . ' . To Wed May~29 Mr and Mrs Nels Jensen announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Alice Mae and Edmund Vorland, son of Mrs R. M. Hall of Hardy. The seven o'clock p.m. service will be read Sunday, May 29, in the country Lutheran church? between Hardy and Renwick. , ; J , : _ ' • p Quests From Montana «Sgt. 1/C Earl and Mrs Schnet- ;;er and children of Butte, Moftt. t arrived Sunday afternoon to visit in the home of ,his brother, Mr and Mrs George Schnetzer, and family. Sunday evening dinner guests were a • brother) Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnetzer, Jimmy and Coleen of Renwick, a sister, Mr and Mrs C. E, Mortimer and son if Corwith? and Mrs '•• Anna Qlumer, mother of Mrs George Schnetzer. Connie Sanford, Dawn Linde* ,iHk and Sheri Rnmtis are con- aned in the homes of their par- •ntS, the Wayne Sanford. Edward iJndebak and Bertie C. R»m«* *ith the measles. Mr and Mrs Harold Hansen Jrove to Canton, SouU, Dakota Sunday and visited tJheir son-in,a\v and daughter Mr anci Mrs Roger Mortensbak. Mre Moartens- bak is She former Nordis Hansen. „ Mr and Mrs Dick Johnson ol Omaha spent the weekend visiting his parents Mr and .Mrs Geoi. i Johnson here and her parents; Ms- and Mrs Thomas Mctaughlin at Joice. Mrs Sam Hanks of Burboak. California arrived for a Mother's Day visit in the home o! her parents, Mr and Mrs William Hedrick. Mrs Anna Blumer was the guest of her daughter, Mrs Elmer Schnetzer in Renwick, Wednesday afternoon at a Mother's Day tea. Mr and Mrs Ray Agard, Linda and Gary spent Sunday with their LuVerne High School M ' ' jSSp S •-- ^& ' *tf"^^•• ij'^^' * v *j3E^^ fflsflt \ > »jjj. »jrt5*i, fl^R^ h^WW. < * > K h Mr and Mrs Herman ten. *tt 'ItoftJSKK., Alfejl;i9 sistero! Mrs tf&tzet fetid Mr f 1*aeW« aec5 the i hospital thefei .About $149.00 WA the 'recent caneef j drj:Ve 1 fr'6ni<this comhiunityy ,tj,j- .'• I - •' The Goodwm frucfc'vfifom t: Wafl Street .Missto'ris,' .*"—•' *" will'be in Burt W.e'dhtouaj.,, «*«.,26. They state mofe materials needed to keep the .employees •Working. Leave your >• bags,-with Mrs Lee Cole, th^ supply^ Maif^ "•The Birthday Circle (Will hiefef Mth Jessie 'Rash- Thursday after 1 ndon. Anna Zanke will have pro i gr'am. • ,' ; 'Recent 4 Sunday visitors at the 'Allen Hinekleys .wef| Mrs Henry •Krphnberg With Mr'a'hd'Mrs 1 Hie- ;ne,'Saucke and Don, .M^'arid Mrs Henry 1 Prange ana-family,- the John Krohnbergs and* Helen, all of Wells, Minn. Mrs Henry Krohns berg is Mrs Hinckley/s, mother.',' Alva E. Ross Dies, Waterloo : Alva E. Rols,.6? ( a. former Algona resident, died Sunday, May" 1, at his home in Waterloo. Death was due to coronary thrombosis Mr Ross wati born Feb. 21, 1903, at^ Algona, a son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Ross. He married Maude Selichnow on August 23, 1943. Mr Ross Was,a resident of'Al- gona "Until twelve years ago,when he moved to Waterloo, where he was employed by.the John Deere Tr_actor Co.' Survivors include'His wife, a son .Gene of Burlington, two grandchildren, a brother Forrest of Waterloo, and four sisters, Mrs O. P. Carroll, iapttwifi "'•$& (Photos by Brown's Studio, Algona) parents in Goldfield and Eagle rove. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle, Char- ,es and Margene went to Fort Dodge after church Sunday noon. They were met there by her mother, Mrs Emma Lehman of Boxholm and her'son Mr and Mrs Earl Lehman, sons, Larry and Billy of Des Moines. A picnic dinner in Crawford Park honored their mother on her day. A Mother's Day dinner and farewell took place at the home of Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty and Janice Sunday. Mrs Henry Kubly was , the honored mother and A/2C Robert Marty, who leaves for service in French Morocco. Other guests included Henry Kubly, son Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly, Keith and Dale, Mr and 'Mrs Eldon Marty and Ruth Marty of Algona. i Mother's Day guests in the Mr and Mrs Karl Schipull home were their children Mr and Mrs Herbert Kirchhoff, Mr and Mrs Alvin Bumgard, Burt,* Mr and Mrs Alfred Schipull, Bancroft, and Mr and Mrs Otto Jagels. Mr and Mrs Harding Hansen ana family entertained at a Mother's Day dinner. Guests included her parents Mr and Mrs Milo Patterson, Patsy, Jerry, Sandra and Dennis of here, sisters Virginia Patterson of Des Moines, Mr 'and Mrs Vernon Shimon of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Milford McPeak, Michael and David of Renwick. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt, her mother, Mrs Lena Loobey of Goldfield enjoyed a picnic for Mother's Day in. Manchester.' Mrs James Neville, daughter Diane and her .friend Shirley Hollander of Ames spent the Mother's Day x weekend in the parental, Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler home. Mr Neville was oi> a business trip to Washington, D. C. BURY NEWS Htfhbring for her 81st birthday the children of Mp.jBertha Wallace gave a dinner at the George Hawcott home Sunday. Attending were Mr and Mrs Vaughn Wallace, Clear Lake; Mr and Mrs Glenn Wallace of Mason City, and Vernon Wallace of Vancouver, Wash.;- Mr and Mrs Wallace Hawcott with Sheila and Kenneth, Mrs Etta Holdren and Mrs IJertha Wallace. Ha Wallace of Chicago who was unable to be here for •• her mother's dinner, talked with all by long distance. The birthday date is in June, but the party was held early. The Kindergarten Round-up for the Burt Community School was he;ld Friday afternoon, May 6, with 12 mothers and children attending. Registered were Steve Bolie,' Roger Graham, . Michael Hamilton, Tommy Lichter, John Patterson and Warren Waltman— Linda Becker, Marsha Curtis, Deborah Kohlhaas, Marian Meinders, Sandra Ortman and Deborah Stenzel. (Photos by Buntrock-Salie, Storm Luke) These Pictures Presented Through The Courtesy of: LuVerne Co-Operative Elevator IU VERNE, IOWA Phone 1100 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. •. Al Gales and ,Mr ahd M^s Ted. Marl and childreft of. FoTt. Dodge Spent SuhdayTaithe 1 hdmd of Mt and "Mrs ,Chr% Gflfes.i', 4 • ' Mr and M)fe ElMei? Dole drdVe to' Ames Saturday p.m. and were jomed -there! by their son John, iheh went, on to , De's Moines, 'where they attended an antique aut6" show on Suriday. .- , ' , Mr--and Mrs Gerald Fra«kl<'ahd family* were;dinner guests Sunday ^t'the home''of .Mr^.and Mrs'Bud Robinson at Algonaj - > MR and Mrs A; Grfiee of 'Des Molhes «spent Sunday at-the home of 1 Mr and'-Mrs'Wm.'Boldridge, parents of Mrs Grace; • -Mr andvMrs B. O. Davis were Sunday dinner guests at the G Coleman home near LuVerne. "• Mr and-Mrs Floyd Col well and •iwo grandsons of Dakota City visited at the Lee Colwell home Sunday. \ , .Janet Davis celebrated her 9th birthday-on : May 9th dhd entertained a-^group of schoolmates at. her ,home '.tlh&.t* evening. . ; •"• >.• :• . DIES . - . ' Clarion lost one of its oldest residents recently, in the ( ~ death of Mrs Arvilla Mann, She was 95. , .,.'.-• - ' . 'V pnt yow money iti 1 tfufsmall cost^riru economics in timci effort and trouble. , , , Safe - Confidential - friendly lowci State Bank ; • v -»Algona ' " Membef Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation y^xW&'Sssfftffr&fSffP'fi PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dlvldendi SPECIAL OFFER! for 2 weaki Gay Old-World flavor to ' dupM u nukbra tt you wi$h 1 Sparkling Part* atmosphere In pink, chawcuie, turquobe an4 black. Open stock accesspries. Hand decorated un&rglsie, proof against dishwasher, detergent* oven-tested. 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