The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 12, 1966
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AHS Honor Society Inducts 15 rtM«iaMiiB^ftM««nif~iimTii i --r— r"--------ITI. •-, . . ^^ Algona, (Id.) Upper DM Molnes Tuesday, April 12, 1966 Ceremonies honoring National Honor Society members were held Friday afternoon, April 1, in the Algona high school auditorium. Induction of new members was in charge of senior members of the local chapter of the Society. A tea which honored new members followed the ceremony, with parents and faculty members also invited. Qualifications for membership include scholarship, character, service and leadership. Shown in the front row, left to right, are Jane Raney, Dave Martin, Sue Mpulton, Phil Taylor, Sally Bay and Barb Medin. Second row, left to right, Tom Samp, Debra Laws, Peg Schutter, Randy Reidinger, Connie Darbyshire, Barb Knudsen, Lark Whittemore and Mrs. N. J. Kelly, faculty sponsor. Back row, left to right, Mike Stillman, Tom Claude, Tom Jones, Jo Ann Cox, Sharon Sundet, Sandra Harmes, Kathy Morz and Greg Buchanan. New members inducted were Samp, Stillman, Buchanan and the Misses Schutter, Cox and Sundet, seniors; Claude and the Misses Darbyshire, Knudsen, Whittemore, Harmes..and Morz, juniors; and Jones and Riedinger and Miss Laws, provisional sophomores. and Mrs. Gordon Gregory. Connie Sanford was honored with a dinner at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, on the occasion of her 18th birthday. Guests were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, aunts, Mr. and 'Mrs. Durwood Burtis and Peggy, and Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, LuVerne Lady Home From 3 Month's Trip LUVERNE - Mrs. Dennis Carroll has returned from a three-months trip visiting two daughters. She was called to New Orleans the middle of January by the illness of the daughter Lavonne, Mrs. Leland Davis. She then assisted the family in a move to Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Carroll joined her there at that time. During the last three weeks away they visited Denise, the Thomas McNeilly family in San Antonio, Tex., where they did some sight-seeing. They also visited a daughter, Rosemary, the Don Clarks in Iowa City,, during the week of the recent storm. Mr. and Mrs. Clark brought them home for the weekend. - o The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman of LuVerne, and their guests, their son, Mr, and Mrs. Keith Hindman of LeMars, were overnight visitors in Iowa City with the Rev, and Mrs. S. J. Halm family. He is a nephew of the Rev, Ralph Hindman. David Naffzlger and Nancy Brink of the Iowa State College, Cedar Falls, spent spring vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Naffziger and Mr, and Mrs. AUyn Brink, Randy Gregory of the Ft. Dodge Community Junior College spent a weekend with his parents, Mr, Linda, Cindy, Vickie and friend Daryl Ristau. Guests of the Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Mueller were Mr. and Mrs. Art Stamp and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Whelchel of Perry. The Rev. Mueller was the former pastor of their Lutheran church at Perry. Jace Mueller, junior in the Concordia Academy in St. Paul, Minn., was home for Easter vacation with his parents, _the Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson of Humboldt, their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lothe and son, Jim, Thor, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande. Mr. Anderson is a brother and Mrs. Lothe a niece of Mrs. Pergande. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hindman of LeMars, spent a weekend with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer of Rock Island, HI., visited his brother, Mr. and Mrs. George WE PUT THE SURE IN INSURANCE . . . WITH ADDED PROTECTION FOR TODAY'S DRIVING NEEDS Old-fashioned policies don't give you the kind of coverage that modern motoring requires. Be sure you're more than adequately protected , . . see us today! © BLOSSOM INSURANCE FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE COVFRAGE CALL NOW! Phon« 295-2735 Studer recently. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bowman of Algona, were visitors with her father, Fred Hinz, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl John and family. Sunday was the birthday of Mrs. Bowman. Mrs. Marlyn Gregerson and son, Jimmy of Rutland, were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston. Mr. Gregerson was away at a bowling tournament. Mr. and Mrs. John Camelln of Corwlth, visited with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. The LuVerne library reports 777 books were read the first three months of 1966. Mrs. L. B. Shelton is president of the library board, sponsored by the federated clubs of LuVerne. The librarian is Mrs. Charles (Alice) Hinz. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zentner and son Tom attended a Ft. Dodge rabbit show. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Richardson visited in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Whyte of Goldfield recently. The Music Mothers club met Monday evening, March 28, in the LuVerne Community school lunch room with the president, Mrs. Orviile Hurlburt presiding. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Hansel man and Mrs. Melvin Marty. Entertainment was presented by 4th grade students playing solos on their horns. Miss Adeline Koester of St. Paul, Minn., daughter of Adolph and Mrs. Koester, left Friday, April 1, by jet plane for a four weeks visit at Dachau, near Munich, Germany, with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Henrietta) Mueller and children. Mr. Mueller of Cedar Rapids went to Dachau as an exchange teacher in August, 1965. OPEN Wednesday NIGHT »? 7 to 9 (STORE CLOSED 5:30 to 7) EXTRA SHOPPING HOURS FOR OUR S&L DAYS SALE STARTING WEDNESDAY REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZE WEDNESDAY NIGHT NO PURCHASE NECESSARY! JUST COME IN AND REGISTER! These Specials Wednesday Night Only $5 off on any Man's Suit in our complete stock! 1 Group of Men's Striped Sport Shirts orig. $2.98 99c 6 — 6-pc. 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