The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1966 · Page 10
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II Named To LuVerne High "A" Honor Roll The 5th Honor Roll of the school year, covering the preceding six weeks, announced recently at LuVerne high, names the following students: "A" HONOR ROLL 12th Grade - Jane Hanselman (5), Dawn Lindebak, Elaine Schnakenberg. llth Grade - Rita Patterson, Daryl Trauger, Paul Trauger. 10th Grade - Coleen Johns (5). 9th Grade - Connie Hefty. "B" HONOR ROLL 12th Grade - Tom Erpelding, Earl Will. llth Grade - Delores Eggleston, Luana Leek (5), Tom Steil. 10th Grade - Jean Casey, Mary Cronk, Rebecca Daley, Doug Nelson (5), Henry Schnakenberg. 9th Grade - Don Bristow, Barry Selby, Ronnie Wolf. Only marks "B" or better are considered. An "A" does not balance a "C". The best four marks are considered, if necessary, for students taking five subjects. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mrs. Fred Kampen was a medical patient at Mercy hospital from Wednesday- until Sunday. She had pneumonia. Amy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann, was confirmed Sunday at Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. Sunday dinner guests in her honor at the Wehr- spann home were her sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Loui s Jacobson and their family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich, who were also sponsors, and their family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gingerich, Mary Lou and Barbara and Kathy Babcock of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Habegar of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wehrspann and Mrs. Gunda Enockson. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Enockson of Ft. Dodge. Edward Zinnel had surgery at Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg, Monday. Mrs. Zinnel and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson visited him Sunday night. ' Lori Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike House of Ft. Dodge, was baptized Sunday at Sacred Heart Catholic church, Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Donald Cooper and Patrick House were sponsors. Attending the dinner following were the Donald Cooper family and Mrs. Essie Cooper. By Jim Kolp YOU AVOID HEAPACHES ••WHEN VOO INSURE MTU ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY 995-3176 — 206 I. STATE BiSURI-INSURE Agnes Olson, Rueben Olson of Bancroft, Mrs. Hannah Sanders of Riverside, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benson and Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Benson of Ft. Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the H. D. Bensons. Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler and sons have moved from Humboldt back to their house in Ottosen. Mrs. Anton Anderson of Humboldt, the former Mabel Haugen, who is the sister of Mrs. Kermit Fowler, was released from Luth- eran hospital Saturday. She returned to her home where she is recovering satisfactorily from a stroke suffered March 12. Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs, Mary Leitt, Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Essie Cooper attended the hobby show at Thor Tuesday. Ladies Rural Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Mrs. Edward Zinnel was co-hostess. The roll call and lesson was on Iowa institutions. A birthday sale was held, with Mrs. Mary Leiti, Algdna, (lo.) Uppw Des Mdlnis Tuesday, May 10, 1966 Mrs. Annie Leist and Mrs. Earl Long contributing. Mrs. Kermit Fowler was the auctioneer and proceeds were $11.75. The club will buy an Iowa flag to be used on the flag pole in town. The women will go to Humboldt Thursday, enjoy eating out and visit places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Lothian and family of Gilmore City were Wednesday night visitors at the Roy Jacobsons. Castles in the air demand too much upkeep. TIRE SALE BEHR'S STANDARD 400 E. STATE HERE'S SOMETHING... ... WORTH LOOKING INTO! A SIMPLIFIED SERVICE, OFFERED FREE, TO GIVE YOU A HAND WITH YOUR MONTHLY GAS BILLS - A GAS BUDGET PLAN WITH NO STRINGS ATTACHED! •i i i i Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec i i i i i $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $ 5 $ 0 HERE IS HOW IT WORKS: Amounts at left are dollars, and the months are shown across the top. The solid line portrays a month-by-month look at a John Doe gas bill. Total for the entire 12 months is ONLY $192 for heating, cooking, water heating and incinerating in this typical home. THE DASH LINE ACROSS THE GRAPH indicates what this satisfied GAS customer would pay each month, IF on the BUDGET P LAN. Instead of paying bills ranging from $28 in Feb. to $3 in June, July and August, the customer pays $16 each month, year around, with no pea k highs and lows I THIS GAS BUDGET PLAN CAN HELP YOU, JUST AS IT HAS MANY OF OUR CUSTOMERS IN RECENT YEARS! AND HERE'S HOW: It's convenient - you pay the same amount each month with an easy-to-remember payment schedule. It levels the larger winter bills and very small spring, summer and fall bills — with the average for all 12 months your monthly payment. Your statement each month shows your exact balance — and the account is balanced once each year, on your May billing, with the first budget payment each year on the June billing. Helps budget your money the year around and softens your winter load of bills which always seem to- odd up due to necessary other winter needs for your family. You always take advantage of the monthly discount — paying the net and NOT the gross bill if paid by the'20th. THIS BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN IS NOW AVAILABLE TO ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS I ANYONE WISHING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT SHOULD CONTACT OUR OFFICE BEFORE MAY 30 - AS YOU CAN ENROLL ONLY AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. !

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