The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Dick Zeimef, Bill Reding To Boys State BILL REDING , * ? •• t *- -t •- s. wVgtJf&t * DICK ZEIMET Pictured here are the two young men selected by the American Legion post at Livermore to represent them at the annual Boys State at Camp Dodge, starting June 5. Bill Reding is a son of Mr. •and Mrs. Frank Reding of Lu- Verne, and a student at Garrigan high in Algona, where he is president of the junior class, and active in athletics. Richard Zeimet is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet of Bode, and a junior at Twin Rivers high, where he is a member of the National Honor Society and active in athletics. Miss Krebsbach Of Swea City Weds May 14 Delores Ann Krebsbach and Richard Louis Kahler exchanged marriage vows May 14 at Sacred Heart Catholic church, Ledyard, with Rev. Robert Thiele performing the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krebsbach of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kahler of Bancroft. Mrs. Albert Kahler, sister- in-law of the groom, was matron of honor and M rs. Marvin Becker, cousin of the bride, was brides- matron. The bride's brother, • Donald Krebsbach, was best man and the groom's brother, Allen Kahler, was groomsman. Ushers were Albert Kahler and Pat Krebsbach, brothers of the bridal couple. A reception at the Bancroft Ballroom was attended by 225 guests. The bride, a 1965 graduate of Ledyard high school and a 1966 graduate of LaJames College of Hairstyling of Mason City, will be operating a salon in Britt. The groom, a 1962 graduate of St. John's high school, will be entering the U. S. Army. West Bend Hi Graduates 49, Biggest Class Monday evening, May 23, the largest class to graduate from West Bend high school in its 62-year history received diplomas. Addressing the 49 seniors (25 boys and 24 girls) was the Rev. H. Allen Wirtz, Presbyterian pastor at Estherville and a former West Bend resident. John 0. Montag awarded the diplomas. Baccalaureate was held Sunday evening, May 22, at the high school auditorium. Rev. L. H. Greving, pastor of St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church, delivered the message. At Class Night last Tuesday, the following awards were presented : Alumni Citizenship Awards to Joyce Yoch and Bruce Balgeman; the Danforth Awards to Beverly Mogler and Wayne Banwart; the Palo Alto County Bar Association's citizenship award to Michael Marti; and the John Phillip Sousa Band Award to Mark Nessen, a member of the school band for nine years. Many activities awards, including those for music, speech, drama, sports, newspaper and annual staffs, were presented to members of all high school classes at this time. Members of the 1966 class are Janet Anderson, Bruce Balgeman, Dorothy Baas, Patricia Banwart, Wayne Banwart, Ronald Barber, Gerald Besch, Steve Blair, John Bleuer, Edna Bonn. stetter, Ray Brown, Patricia Christensen, Tim Dahlhauser, Susan Eichelzer, Dennis Fehr. Elmer Friedsen, Richard Fuchsen, Linda Gerber, Marsha Graeber, James Greinert, Rachel Habeger, Wayne Hanselman, Eileen Harms, Luann Henrikson, Carol Higgins, Frank Johnson, Alyce Jones, Glen Ludwig, Michael Marti, Gloria Metzger, Peggy Miller, Steve Miller. Mike Miller, Patrick Montag, Beverly Mogler, Paul Munson, Karen Nellis, Mary Nessen, Linda Rasmussen, Janet Schafer, Steve Simonson, Elaine Smith, Lynn Struecker, Robert Thilges, Susan Thilges, David Welter, Donald Wolfe and Joyce Yoch. 3 From Area Get I.S.U. Home EC Awards Home economics scholarships at Iowa State University have been awarded to several from this area. I. S. U. students receiving the awards were: Vivian R. Pomraer, Wesley, $345 for a senior with outstanding record; Doreen Reding, Armstrong, $115 alumni scholarship; Ann M. Wilson, Burt, $115 scholarship from the alumni fund. -60tb- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Fulton, Tabor, were honored on their 60th wedding anniversary by their children in Tabor on May 15th. The Fuitons have lived in Bartlett, Thurman and Tabor, la. Tuesday, May 24, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upp«r Det Moinet AOK Met Algona AOK 4-H Club sponsored a family picnic at Call State Park, May 15. This was Rural Life Sunday for all 4-H'ers. 15 families attended, which made a total of 76. Members of the special food and nutrition project prepared and grilled the hamburgers with the help of their leader, Mrs. Leo Thotnsen. Trade School Grctd Robert Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Thilges of Algona, is a recent graduate of Universal Trade School, Omaha, in a course in auto mechanics. CITATION Roger Messerly, Buckingham postmaster for ever 22 years, recently received a "citation for excellence" by Postmaster General Lawrence F. 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