63 Algona High Grads Planning For Business World In Variety Of Ways . This year's Algonji high school senior graduating class -received scholarships and awards totaling about $10,000 at commencement. Of the 63 members of the class, 37% intend to go tq. college, J3% arc going into secretarial work, 7% will attend beauty school, and,10% will lake up ag-* riculture. The remaining 33% will go into such lines as sales work and mechanics. One third of the boys plan oh enlisting in some ^branch of the Armed Forces. x • . Following Is a thumbnail sketch of each of the 63 members of the graduating class. Luanna Alt is interested in secretarial work. She is employed at the law offices of McMahon and Cassel. Nancy Amon, who sang many solos in'her three years at Algona high school, is working this summer at Grotte's Cafe, and the Davis Paint shop. Nancy and George Helmers are engaged to be married this fall. Edward Berninghaus is interested in agriculture, carpentry, road work, truck driving, and work as a salesman. He is farming with his'father, Hugo Berninghaus. Harold Bjusirom's interests include agriculture, carpentry, and mechanics. Harold is working on the farm with his father and brother. Barbara Bourne, who was awarded scholarships to Carleton college and the State University ! of Iowa, plans to attend Carleton this fall. She is interested in international affairs and musical therapy. Barbara is training as a counsellor at Camp Hantesa in Boone this summer. At commencement she received the Bel Canto award for outstanding *work in vocal and instrumental music. Elaine Branson is working this summer at the Algona iiicaier. Elaine's major interest is physical education, and she is enrolled at Iowa State Teachers College. Gordon Braun's interests include mechanics, and he is seeking work with a contractor this summer. Gordon may enlist in the armed forces. Vernon Chrisloffers is enrolled at Valparaiso University. His main interest is forestry. Terry Cook's summer employment is with the North Iowa Asphalt Company. Terry plans to attend Drake University and major in business administration. Marcia Cowan is interested in working as a receptionist. This summer she is taking the school census. Jody Culler vvill major in engineering at Iowa State College this fall. Jody is employee! by the Pioneer. Hybrid .GbmpeJfiy tluring summer vacation: ^ Ronald Diisworth is erecting bins for the ASC this summer. He will enter army aircraft maintenance and may make the service his career. Carolyn Drone's commercial a r t, fuetddy, June &, Algona ()a.) Be* MdinM-5 home. " ' j Avis FirilCy is interested in bookkeeping -and typing. Avis will do office work at the sch0dl this fall. Jae Givens is a National Guard member and may enter the service in the fall. His interests include architectural drawing and airline work. Jae is doing construction work this summer. Carol Godfredsen is interested in bookkeeper and is presently employed as a bookkeeper by the Benny Wibben Construction' Co. Carol plans to stay on there in the fall. Donald Hansen is interested in gas station work this summer. Don's other occupational interests are mechanics and farnaing, Donna Mae Hansen's interests include work-as a retail clerk or beauty operator, and she has applied for employment as a retail clerk this summer. Morris Harbour is laying tile during vacation. He is interested in body and fender repair work and may join the navy or air corp.?. Bob Harms will attend Wartburg College. Bob is working as a clerk at Hood's grocery this summer. His interests includ3 business and salesmanship. Eugene Helmers is interested work, or a crane. He is employed on a construction crew this summer. Gene plans to enlist in the navy in. heavy construction operating a caterpillar in a year. Hailan Helmars is interested interest is particularly architectural drafting, w h i c n dovetails with her drafting and typing job this summer at the North Iowa Directory Service, Connie plans to enter the colle.cc of liberal arts at Creighton University. James Elhcrington is employed by Hall-Strahorn Hardware and is a member of the National Guard. Jim's major interns^ is mechanics. Jerry Ferstl's interest 'is ag in becoming a service station manager. Jlarlan plans to enroll in the Standard Oil Company Service school in Waterloo. Ho is employed by Hopkins Standard Service. Janel Hurt, who received the commercial award at commencement, is interested in office work and plans to work as a bookkeeper or secretary in Iowa City. Sandra Hulchins will attend the Iowa School of Beauty Culture in Des Moincs. Besides beauty culture, Sandra is interested in music. Myrna Jennings intends to work in Algona or Omaha' this summer. In the fall she will attend the Baptist Bible Institute Missionary at Omaha. _^ Bob Jensen works in the meal department of the Fareway grocery. Bob's interests are naval aviation, math, and physics; he received an NROTC scholarship to Iowa State College and was offere.d a scholarship from Aug- UstahJB. ''Bob also received, the hi'fJ: ajtvard at. coininenee- He" will enroll at'Io'vv'a State this fall. Larry Johnson is interested in farming and carpentry. During the summer vacation. Larry is working as a carpenter with Martin Construction.' This fall he will help his father on, t the farm and may enter the naVy or air force. Nancy Kain will take medical technology at Briarcliff College. Nancy is working on the school census this summer. Frank Kern is interested in farm work and is employed on Lewis Ferstl's farm. Frank may enlist in the air corps or army. Rodney Kickbush is painting houses during the summer with R. A. Davidson. -He is interest- listing in the armed forces. Larry Kueck, who teamed up with Perry St. John to form the Driftin' River Soys, vvill farm With his father in addition to playing his guitar this summer. Jbarry plans on joining the. enforce iQ a year. Janice Mafklafs interest is secretarial work. She is employed by the Hutchison, Hutchison, and Carroll law firm and intends to continue her present work. Carl McBrid* is working at Shilts Shoe Store. Carl will enroll at Iowa State College, where he Will study engineering and basic research. Doug Meyer received athletic scholarship offers from Valparaiso University and Iowa State College. Doug has enrolled at Iowa State and is interested in mechanical engineering. This summer he is doing construction work with Bud Robinson. Janice Meyer is interested in secretarial work. She is working during the summer at the high school in the principal's office and plans to stay on in the fall. Marilyn Meyer is to be married to' Max Flaig of Lone Rock on his discharge from the service. This summer she is de- tassling corn and working as a clerk. Phyllis Montgomery will help with work on the farm this summer. Phyllis is interested in communications and intends to join the Women's Air Force. Bill Moxley was awarded a scholarship to Iowa State Teachers College where he will study riculture, and he plans to farm at ed in mechanics and plans on en- Tops In Tubeless! i i !V;/r ;; < I't'M l!, '//// V PUNCTURE SEALING Special gummy rubbtr italt puncturtt initanlly, permanently. Remove th* puncturing object and drive away with no delay. Sealant it drawn into the hole to make teal complete. mmam BLOWOUT PROTECTION A double layer of butyl rubber, the Safety Seal Blowout Shield, really doet in duty . . . guard* against blowouts. In cat* of sever* tire .damage, air is released slowly for safe, straight-line slops. SKID RESISTANT Safety Seal's eight-rib Grip-Sure Tread digs through slick road film and wipes pavement so you get sure traction ... fast starts and stops with- ovt the danger of skids. New Hood Safety-Seal "400" straight-line stops. Ana* you get Driving's a pleasure with Safety the tops in mileage and riding Seal protection because here's your safeguard against punctures, blowouts and skids. Flats? They're in the past.' Blowouts? You have Hood's Blowout Shield. Skids? Just J«ia our fubeless tire Trade Parade! comfort. Why waif? Set yoyr rpind qt rest —drive on the best! Trade in your prese'nt tires on Skelly - Hood Safety Seal "40Q" Tubeless Tires. SCOBBA'S SKELLY SERVICE Corner Slate & Colby Sis. Phone 788 social studies and political science. Bud Robinson has employed Bill toWork on his construction crew during summer vacation. Loren Nelson is working on the railroad section crew of x the Milwaukee Railroad during the summer. His interests include pro baseball and mechanics. Irene Opheim will attend the Fort Dodge School of Beauty this fall. She has applied for summer work as a store clei*k. Mary Palmer is interested in salesmanship and is employed at Harrison's. Dave Phillips is employed by the ASC to erect grain bins this summer.. His interests include science and physics, and he was awarded a General Motors Scholarship to Iowa SJate College. At commencement, Dave received the Larry Obrecht Memorial Award. „ Verna Pugsley is interested., m secretarial work. She will'work at home and detassel corn this summer. Darlene Ramus is employed as a saleslady at Jean's. Darlene is interested in salesmanship. . Doris Hath's occuptional interest is clerical,work. She,is working at Leah's Bakery. Lorellie Rupp is enrolled at the State University of Iowa and is employed at Honsbruch's drug store. Her interests include retailing and'social work. Perry SI. John's interests are retailing and music. He and Larry intend to go on entertaining in the immediate future. Davjd Seller is interested in work on a construction crew or as a truck driver. This fall he will farm with his father. Marilyn Seiler is working at Harrison's this summer. She was awarded scholarships by the Farm Bureau and Iowa State Teachers College. Marilyn will enter I.S.TrC. and plans to teach in the elementary grades. Karen Shirley will attend either the -State University of Iowa or Antioch College this fall and enter- the college of liberal arts. Karen is taking census for the school during the summer. Sandra Shumway is working at a resort on Lake George, New York, this summer. At commencement she received the P.E.O. award for outstanding work in English, and she will attend the university of Miami and study journalism. Virginia Simons' interest \s nursing, and she wiy onto* the St. Mary's School of Nursing thu fall. Sue Sprague was offered a scholarship to Iowa State Teachers college, where she will study to become a primary teacher. This summer Sue is repairing books at the school and detassel- ing corn. bharron Strayer will also attend I.S.T.C. on a scholarship. Sharron is inteivsted in upper elementary teaching and 1s employed this summer by the 11. W. Miller law firm. Amelia Sweel's interests are beauty culture, selling, and work as telephone operator. She will enter the Fort Dodge College ol Beauty this fall. Cheryl VanderWaal was awarded a scholarship 1o the State University of Iowa. He- major interests are sociology and medical technology. During vacation, Cheryl is counselling i.l Camp Cedar Cove in Maine. Dick Vipond al»o received a scholarship to S. U. I., where lie will prepare to enter the collet ul law. This summer Dick it- farming with his father. He received the D.A.K. history and social studies award at commencement. Jcri Kae Voigl's interests are chemistry, biology, and mathematics She received a scholarship from Iowa Slate Teacher* College where she will enrol! in the fall. i Tom Zwieiel's interest is sales- work. He is employed this sum- iner by the Bulslord Lumber Co a.s ci b .lokkkeepcr. and sale.-nut!: * f \ ' ' 't' ! ••'", '. ' '--*• ';..... • ... ... ' ... ... '_ . ' Save As You've Never Saved on GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS BUY DIRECT FROM R.R. FREIGHT CAR on Railroad Siding at Milwaukee Depot, Algona ' SHIP TO: NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE & APPLIANCE •:. ' •' co.•.:-•;''A: '...ALGONA, IOW/V SOLID CARLOAD GENERAL ELECTRIC 1". ' " REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS Carload To Be Sold At Once The Regular Prices SALESMEN'S COMMISSIONS WIPED OUT! DRAYAGE AND WAREHOUSING COSTS ELIMINATED! ALL OF THE FRILLS FORGOTTEN! THE RESULT: YOU SAVE AS YOU NEVER SAVED BEFORE ON GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS! BUY DIRECT FROM THE FREIGHT-CAR - NONE SOLD AT OUR STORE. OUR USUAL EASY TERMS AVAILABLE TO YOU - AND SENSATIONAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD APPLIANCE (OF WHATEVER MAKE) WILL BE GIVEN! COME IN THE MORNING - COME IN THE AFTERNOON - COME IN THE EVENING! WE'LL BE THERE AT THE RAILROAD FREIGHT CAR PARKED ON SIDING TO DEAL WITH YOU - AND WE DO MEAN DEAL! YOU CAN'T MISS ON THIS ONE! On June 6, 7, 8 and 9th Only--9 A. M. To 9 P. M. Bring Description Of Your Old Appliance For Trade-In Or Bring Your Trade-in On Your Own Truck ' We will deal with you on the sppt frpm your description, we'll Deal and We'll Deliver! OR BRING YOUR OWN TRUCK we'll deal on the spot and you can take home the "Dream Buy" of your life I •• tt - save even mert - THIS BOXCAR SALE BRINGS SAVINGS THAT CRY; BUY] OUR SOLE OBJiCTIVE |S TO MOVE THIS MERCHANDISE - AND MOVE IT IN FOUR DAYS. WE CAN'T EAT IT - AND WE CAN'T TAKE IT IN PUR ITORI FOR LACK OF ROOM WE TOLD GENERAL ELECTRIC WE WERE GOING TO SELL THESE REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS FROM THE RAILROAD CAR - AND THEY WIRED BACK: GO AHEAP! COME RIGHT TO THE FREIGHT CAR AT MILWAUKEE DEPOT IN ALGONA - AND SEE WHAT A BEAUT OF A DIM YQM'Vl 6ITI Remember! All Sales Mode From Car at Milwaukee Depot Siding SEWING APPLIANCE CO.
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