The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1966 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1966
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C.Y.O. Awards To Area Students A number of area students from parochial schools were hon- . ored at the annual C. Y, 0, Award Day, Sunday, at Storm Lake, for schools in the Sioux City diocesan area. Awards were made as follows. GRADES - Poetry, Kathy Straub, Algona; Essay, Mary Urich, Whlttemore; Poster, Richard Besch, Algona; Slogan, Diane Kenne, Whlttemore. HIGH SCHOOL - Poetry, Christine Obrecht, Algona; Debbie Arndorler, St. Benedict; Essay, Sandy Elbert, Whittemore; Poster, Kathryn Binzen, Bancroft, Marilyn Koppen, Algona, Janice McCarthy, Bancroft; Slogan, Christine Obrecht, Algona, Patricia HegartyrAlgona, Patricia Scherer, Algona. M&D Banquet At St. Benedict St. Benedict C. D. of A. held its annual Mother-Daughter banquet April 18th in the parish hall. Toastmaster was Father Nicholas Ruba, pastor of the St. Benedict parish. Grand Regent Stella Eischen welcomed the guests. Rev. Jerome Degan, was the speaker for the evening. He is a missionary in Latin America. He spoke about his works and experiences in Peru: Mrs. Marvin Eischen presented the tribute ot the daughters and Ann Eischen presented the Mothers tribute. Jackie Holmes received the prize as the youngest daughter present and Mrs. Marvin Eischen received the honor of having the most daughters present. The decorations and menu were in the southern theme. Swea City Church To Host Rally Our Savior Lutheran church at Swea City, will host the Spring Rally for the Algona Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary League on Wednesday, April 27. The theme of the rally will be "Even So Send I You." Registration and coffee hour will begin at 9:30 with opening devotions by Rev. Wm. Scheer at 10:30. I Burt § Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Lacy arrived home the first of the week after a vacation spent on the west coast. In California they visted their son Jim. Members of the Past Matrons club met at the home of Mary Jane Dugan Thursday. May- belline Lovstad was assisting hostess. The group purchased new shades and drapes for the Eastern Star hall dining rooms. Lillian Fredrickson and May- belline Lovstad were in charge of entertainment. The May meeting of the group will be held at the home of Beth Miller with Millie Klamp, Gladys Hawcott, and Lorraine Campney assisting hostesses . It will be a 9 a. m. May breakfast. Members of the Fortnightly club met in the home of Ruth Carman, Algona, Friday. Monday evening callers at the George Becker home were. Mrs. Elsie Bonnickson and Mrs. Cevttla Crumley, Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Anna Cayler and family, Minneapolis. The Martin Becker home, Algona, was the scene of a family gathering Easier. Guests included Mr, ana Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and family, Lu- Vefrne, Mr, asd Mrs. Boscoe Mawdsley Jr. and family, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, all of Burt, Mrs Ethyl Hain, Algona, Ronald and Gerald Trauger, Titonka* Word has been received in Burt of the arrival of a 7 lb., 1 oz. baby boy for Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Chang, Honolulu, at a Honolulu hospital April 11. The grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. M. L Lichter, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Mateo Chang, Khaneoh, Hawaii, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie, Mason City, are maternal great-grandparents. The baby's mother is the former Lois Lichter, Burt. Pastor Wm. Scheer has received and accepted a call to a pastorate at Wisconsin Dells, Wise. The Scheer family will leave for their new home and charge April 29. A Walther League Rally will be held at St. John's Lutheran church, April 24. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen took their son, Jerry to Minneapolis Thursday, where he boarded a plane to return to his teaching position at Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. Algona, (la.) Upper DM Molnw Tuttday, April 26, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cook went to Des Moines Sunday to bring his mother, Mrs. Lillian Cook back to the home of her sister, Mrs. Eva Mittag, Algona. On Monday the ladies went to Waterloo where they attended final rites for their brother, Mr. Robert Albright, 57. Mrs. Verda Kienltz and Mrs. Olive Person arrived home on Monday after a winter sojourn in Florida. Enroute to Burt they spent a weekend with Mrs. Person's daughter, Jacqueline and family, the in Iowa City. Donald Nelsons WUhlag For A Bayer Won't Make That Sale! TIRE SALE BEHR'S STANDARD 400 E. STATE ©SCW,INC. "THE LOFTY OAK FROM A SMALL ACORN GROWS" Just as all things have a beginning, so does financial security. Like the proverbial acorn, the beginnings may be small, in the shape of a savings deposit; but added to faithfully through the years, can become a source of financial strength as sturdy as the oak. Begin planting the seeds of security today by opening a savings accountl The Security State Bank 1 East State Algona Office In LuVerne

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