The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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Many At Algona Hi School A wards Assembly Honors Kossulh Has Grads For 1 Many Garrigan Students Receive Recognition During Award Day Here An Awards Assembly was held at Algona High School last week, with letters, certificates, etc., going to the following students: STUDENT COUNCIL - Phyllis Moulton, Randy Riedinger, Connie Darbyshire, Rich Black, Barb Medin, Dave Martin, Sana Svedman, Roger Johnson. SPIRIT CUP - Senior class. NINTH ENGLISH - Debbie Huber. JUNIOR HIGH HISTORY Neil Anderson. JUNIOR HIGH CITIZENSHIP Diana Levy. DEBATE - Glen Tschetter, Phil Taylor, Mike Stlllman, Greg Buchanan. NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS - Finalists receiving Certificate of Merit: Barb Medin, Greg Buchanan, John Snyder. CHEERLEADERS - Judy Egel, Sharon Sundet, Sue Moulton, Barry Watkins, Jon Deim, Barb Knudsen, Lark Whittemore, Rose Mino, Sandy Harmes, Jim Schutter, Marne Parrott, Phyllis Moulton. DRAMA - Phil Taylor, Cheryl Rusk, Sally Bay. YEARBOOK - Sharon Sundet, Sue Moulton. NEWSPAPER - Peg Schutter, Eliana Febles. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Band queen, Kitty Hardgrove; Drum Majorettes, Jane Raney, Carol Soniker; Outstanding Musicianship, Jean Abbott, Sally Bay, Wayne Christiansen, Kitty Hardgrovs, Brad Kraft, Linda Meehlhause, Helen Skow, John Snyder, Carol Teeter, Judy Thomsen, Terry Chamberlain, Dennis Georg, David Gerber, Daryl Johnson, Donna Kenyon, Kathy Morz, David Ruhnke, James Schutter, Randy Handel, Sara Huber, Ruth Johnson, James Jorgenson, Linda Ruhnke, Dean Teeter, Tim Will, Ray Chamberlain, David Riley; Most Improved - Joy Meyer, Martha Pendergast, Jane Raney, Bill Deal, Bonita Kiilsholm, Bea Kay Marshall, Elaine Pooch, Jeff Allen, Cathy Chrischilles, Don Hagen, Debra Kelley, Karl Morz, Bruce Olson, Mary Anliker, Bill Burt, Debbie Huber, Ward Leek, Rosemary Pendergast, Judy Sigsbee, Susan Smith, Mark Snyder, Peggy Zittritsch, Terry Chamberlain, Linda Meehlhause, James Schutter. VOCAL MUSIC - Kitty Hardgrove, Sharon Menneke, Judy Thomsen, Pam Kees, Brad Kraft, Wayne Christiansen, Bob Bradford, John Will, Sally Bay, Kathy Darbyshire, Marilyn Paetz, Sheri Baker. FOOTBALL LETTERMEN Dave Martin, Dale Teeter, Bob Bradford, Larry Scobba, Glenn Tschetter, Tom Samp, Phil Specht, Kevin Hoover, Dave Walker, Tom Fitzpatrick, Mark Conn, Gary Barr, Bill Farnham, Brad Kraft, Tom Claude, Steve Waller, Chris Conn, Dave Camp, Dennis Miller, Bill Boldridge, Clint Young, Larry Munger, Bob Farnham, Don Hagen, Tom Jones, Randy Riedinger, Rich Black. BASKETBALL LETTERMEN- Dale Teeter, Dave Walker, Dan Merryman, Brad Kraft, Gary Barr, Dennis Breidert, Craig Espe, Tom Claude, Bill Boldridge, Steve Waller, Brocke Laws, Dave Cowan, Trainer, Doug Jones, Mgr. WRESTLER OF THE YEAR Dave Martin, WRESTLING LETTERMEN Paul Watkins, Bill Carlson, Steve Claude, Larry Munger, Tom Samp, Randy Riedinger, Clint Young, Russ Shaw, Dave Martin, Bruce Bennett, Dennis Miller, Kevin Hoover, Bob Bradford, Tom Fitzpatrick, Dick Winter, Mgr. GOLF LETTERMEN - Dan Merryman, Phil Taylor, Gregg Buchanan, Brad Kraft, Don Hagen. TRACK LET T SRMEN - Dale Teeter, Dave Martin, Gary Barr, Kevin Hoover, Bill Boldridge, Brocke Laws, Dean Teeter, Rich Black, Mike Dreyer, Larry Taylor, Rod Rogert, David Cowan, Mgr,, Karl Morz, Mgr. IND, ARTS - Don James, Pat St. John, Dean Lowman, Dean Cooper, Ward Leek, Dave Riley, Sergio Febles, Dick Winter, Russell Spear. FBLA Outstanding Worker Mary Hannover. BASEBALL LETTERMEN (For summer of 1965) Larry Scobba, Bill Farnham, Mark Conn, Gary Barr, Dave Martin, Dale Teeter, Tom Claude, Craig Espe, Bob Farnham, Bill Boldridge, Roger Meyer, Steve Hardy, Dan Gilmore, Skip Perkins. SCHOLARSHIP & GRANT-IN AID RECIPIENTS - Bob Bradford, Iowa State University; Gregg Buchanan, Grinneil; JoAnn Cox, Iowa State University; Eliana Febles, Upper Iowa University ; Tom Fitzpatrick, Wayne State; Kitty Hardgroye, Buena MISS ALGONA-Kitty Hardgrove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove,- Algona, is Algona Community High School's choice for Queen at the North Iowa Band Festival. A senior, she is a member of the FTA, pep chib, mixed chorus, girls chorus, modern choir, symphoneltes, all-state quartet, concert and marching bands, member, of the Cadette Corps,, and had the lead in.the school musical. Her father is plant superintendent for Pioneer Corn Co. man; typing-Beginning-Rebecca Daley, Butch Hefty, Mary Cronk; Typing-Advanced - Rita Patterson; Office Practice - Linda Rugg. Letter winners for 1965-66 in track were Denny Hanselman, Bob Fett, Don Bristow, Duane Will, Ron Wolf, Gary Fett, and Barry Selby. Denny Awe and Rex Bristow received certificates. 16-Alflono, (la,) Up^fD*Jta>ine» Thunday, June 2, 1966 Vista; Dianne Jensen, &ajrijpi- versity of Iowa; David JnItHl!t^ Iowa State University; Bafb Medin, Cornell;SharonMenneke, Bethany Nazarene College, Bethany, Oklahoma; Ronald Mittag, Augustana, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Sue Moulton, Cornell; Marjo Pomplun, Buena Vista; Tom Ricklefs, State University of Iowa; Shirley Ringsdorf, State University of Iowa; Tom Samp, State College of Iowa; Margaret Schutter, State University of Iowa; John Snyder, Grinneil; Phil Taylor, Iowa State University; Dale Teeter, Drake; Judy Thornsen, Morningside. Two Charged After Mishaps In The City Two drivers were charged after a trio of mishaps here during the weekend by investigating police officers. Henry Otto, 76, Algona, was charged with failing to enter an intersection safely after a three- car mishap Saturday at 9:50p.m. at the intersection of Call and Jones streets. A car driven by Lee G. Burns, 22, Algona, struck the Otto auto which in turn ran into a vehicle driven by Richard Yeoman, 27, also of Algona. Estimated damage to the three vehicles was $350. LeRoy M. Thilges, 19, West Bend, was charged with failing to stop in an assured clear distance after his vehicle struck a car driven by Cheryl S. Harris, Whittemore, from the rear on State street at 8:15 p.m. Friday. Both cars were headed east and damage to the vehicles was estimated at $215. At 7 p. m. Friday, a car driven by Milton G. Norton, 71, Algona, backed into a car driven by William M. Holcomb, 19, Whittemore, also on State street. Damage was estimated at $200. to the autos. Police investigated all three mishaps. Award LuVerne Business, Track Speech Honors Speech recognition pins for first year of participation in District Speech Contest competition were presented May 27 to the following: Norma Heinen, Kris Meyer, Mary Hanselman, Henry Schnakenberg, Becky Watts, Kathy Shaw, Rick Hersbergen, Doug Nelson and Connie Hefty. Chain guard awards were given to these students who had participated a second year or more in district contest: Cindi Rugg, Earl Will, Lenard Johns, Linda Rugg, Gerald Sill, Coleen Johns, Luana Leek, B-irt Selby, Dawn Lindebak, Jane Hanselman, Zelda Witzel, Elaine Schnakenberg, Daryl Trauger, Rita Patterson, Kris Merriam, Delores Eggleston, and Gretchen Zentner. Certificates of Merit from the Iowa High School Speech Association and gold pin awards for Division I ratings at State Speech Contest held at Lake Mills in March were earned by Linda Rugg (2), Earl Will (2), Henry Schnakenberg, Lenard Johns, Kathy Shaw, Doug Nelson, Coleen Johns, Dawn Lindebak, Jane Hanselman, Elaine Schnakenberg, and Daryl Trauger. Certificates of Merit from the Iowa Speech Association for receiving Division II ratings at the State Speech contest were presented to: Cindi Rugg, Norma Heinen, Rick Hersbergen, Luana Leek and Gretchen Zentner, Assistant Student Directors Jane Hanselman, Dawn Lindebak, Linda Rugg, Elaine Schnakenberg and Earl Will - were presented Speech Service pins. Dawn Lindebak was awarded a gold certificate for winning third place among the twelfth grade students in the state in the Iowa Poetry Day Association Contest with her poem "Smiles." Recognition was given five English students - Luana Leek, Rita Patterson, Linda Rugg, Rick Hersbergen and Elaine Schnaken- bsrg - whose poatry was accepted for publication An "Young America Sings," a .rational h'gh school poetry anthology. Awards in the Business Department were presented to the following; Bookkeeping - Jane Hansel- At Iowa State AMES - Diplomas were awarded to 1,190 graduates 'At the 95th annual commencement exercises Saturday (May 28) morning at Iowa State University. Of the awards, 900 will be bachelor's degrees. There will be 71 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees, 103 master's degrees and 48 Doctor of Philosophy Degrees. Certificates for two-year programs will be presented to 66 in the Engineering Technical Institute and 2 in agriculture. Special recognition will be given to 84 students who are graduating from the Honors Program for outstanding students or who are graduating "With Distinction" for compiling a grade-point average of 3.5 or more (4 is A, 3 is B). Kossuth county graduates follow: Bancroft, Melvin J. DeGeeter, Animal Science, Mr. and Mrs. Screal B. DeGeeter, R.R. 1. Fenton, Earl E. Jentz, Industrial Administration, Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Jentz; Jon L., Jentz, Agricultural Business, Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Jentz. Ledyard, Laverne M. Klocke, Chemical Industries Technology (Certificate) Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klocke. Hulferstrum Funeral Held At Bancroft Hattie E. Hulterstrum, 87, Burt lifetime Kossuth county resident, died May 24 at St. Ann hospital in Algona where she was taken about 10 days earlier following a fall. She had been living at the home of her niece, Mrs. Helen Johnson, in Burt for the past seven years. She was born April 16, 1879, in Sweden, coming to Kossuth county with her parent sat the age of 2. Her education was received in rural schools and Algona high school. She taught school for many years. Surviving are a brother, Leo Hulterstrum of Lakefield, Minn, and two nieces, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Doris Larson, both of Burt. Mrs. Hulterstrum was a member of the Immanual Lutheran church of Bancroft where she was also an honorary member of the. women's organization. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the 1m- manuel Lutheran church in Bancroft, Rev. Gordon Miller of Ringsted officiating. Burial was at Greenwood cemetery at Bancroft. Garry Funeral Home in Bancroft was in charge. W. L. Coleman, Ex-!rvington Man, Passes Wilfred L. Coleman, 56, a farmer of the Livermore area, died unexpectedly last Wednesday e-ening at his home. Funeral rites were held at 1 p. m. Saturday at the Livermore Presbyterian church. Rev. Ralph S. Hindman officiated. Burial was in Union Cemetery at Livermore. He was born at Ogden and reared and educated there. He was married in 1934 at Irvington to Ruby Koepke. They farmed near Fort Dodge and Corwith before moving to the Livermore community in 1945. He was member of the Livermore Presbyterian church. He is survived by his wiu;, five son;,, Larry, Sioux City; Richard, iavermore; and David Craig and Kerry, all at home, one daughter, Mrs. William Ankenbauer, Duncombe; one grandchild, his father, Thomas of Livermore, and four brothers, Leslie and David, both of Livermore ; Clarence, Lyle, Minn.; Gerald, Irvington, and one sister, Mrs. Robert Buckley ol Ogden. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Riebhoff had as weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rath, Des Moines. On Memorial Day all were dinner guests of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tschetter and family, Eagle Grove. MR. AND MRS. Cecil Steward and family, Hazelcrest, m., were guests at the Milo Rentz home over the Memorial Day weekend. They also visited at the Walter Steward home, Burt. ALICE CONDON spent last week in Fort Dodge where she was called .by the sudden 'death of a brother-in-law, Joe L. McMahon. Mr. McMahon served as sheriff of Webster county from 1940 to 1960. He is survived by four grown children who were present with their families for the funeral May 25. Mrs. McMahon died a year ago. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt were at Colo, la., from last Tuesday till Thursday, called there by the death of Mrs. Anna Wyatt, who would have been 99 in February. She had been in failing health for some time and services were held May 26. MRS. LLOYD HAUBACH was visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hahle of Nora Springs and Lavonne Miles of Clear Lake. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg had as guests Sunday their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf and children, New Haven and Hugh Black and children. MR. AND MRS. Elvin Moore and family of Muscatine and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaffer, Wapello, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Edna Richter, Titonka, mother and grandmother, respectively, of Mr. Moore. The Moores also spent some time with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt have had as guests the latter's mother, Mrs. Mae Mills of Des Moines, who celebrated her eighty-sixth birthday here. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Zieharth and Jennifer. EVELYN CADY had as callers Sunday Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Grotte and daughter, Fairmont. Mrs. Pannkuk and her late husband are well- known former Algonans. MR. AND MRS. E. J. Evers, Bob, Barbara and Virginia were at Odell, Nebr. May 27 to attend funeral services for Mr. Evers' mother, Mrs. R. H. Evers, 86. She had been in failing health for some time. MR. AND MRS. William Rasmussen joined members of the former's relatives at Eagle Grove where the mother is buried and observed Memorial Day. MR. AND MRS. Allen Wagner and family went to Des Moines Monday to see the closed circuit pictures of the Indianapolis 500. A large number of students received recognition for their efforts during the past school year during Award Day Monday, May 23, at Garrigan high school. Here is a list of awards presented : Perfect attendance - Jane Arndorfer, Deborah Bauer, Mary Becker, Judith Berger, Marcia Berte, Ronald Besch, Rebecca Bilyeu, Rebecca Black, Louis Bormann, Rebecca Bormann, Nicholas Capesius, Joanne Grotty, Patricia Dahlhauser, Mary Eischen, Linda Eisenbacher, Victoria Elbert, Eldon Erpelding, Maureen Lentsch, Judy Ferstl, Gina Forbes, Ramona Gatton, Marcia Grandgenett, John Hamilton, Shirley Heimer, Rebecca Hilbert, Barbara Ann Kunkel, Duane Kunkel, Darrell • Lentsch, David McCarthy, Janette Miller, Mary Kay Miller, Susan Nelson, Nora Nurre, Anne Penton, Carol Schneider, Stephen Schuller, Raymond Steven, Barbara Stoffel, Ruth Ann Streit, Elizabeth Thilges, Paula Thilges, Shirley Thilges, Emily Thul, Judy Venteicher, Mary Ann Wiltgen, Beverly Zeimet and Janet Zittritsch. Student Council Certificates Bill Milder, Mike Lickteig, Shirley Heimer, Kenneth Erpelding, Linda Dodds and Victoria McGuire. Librarians - Jane Arndorfer, Kathleen Elbert, Mary Lou Kramer, Janice Wagner, De- .lores Zeimet, Carol Besch, Rachel Capesius, Shirley Elbert, Carol Freilinger, Connie Molacek, Jean Plemel, Sharon Reding, Linda Reiling, Eileen Reilly, Margaret Studer, Virginia Thul and Ruth Weber. Chi Rho Club - Carole Schneider. Garrigold - Margaret Studer, Mary Borman, Jane Arndorfer, Linda Buscher, Patrick Crawford, Mary Jo Becker, Steve Walker, Rhonda Schuller, Bonita Dahlhauser, Sharon Reding, Kathryn Besch, Constance Molacek, Carol Besch, Mary Bray, Janice Wagner, Madonna Heinen, Jean Remel, Robert Bleich, Maureen Lentsch and John Hamilton. Star - Patrick Crawford, Michelle Erpelding, Kathryn Hathe, Mary Beth Sterba, Jean Ewen, Ruth Cassel, Mary Jean Mertz, Jean Kayser, Linda Lickteig, Mark Prieskorn, Judith Besch, Fran Goecke, Joan Kohlhaas, Delores Zeimet, Kathleen Crawford, Phyllis Lichter, Madonna Heinen, Janice Wagner, Patricia Cink, Ronald Besch, Patricia Loebig and Steve Walker. Camera Club - John Hamilton, Steve Walker, Jerome McCarthy, David McCarthy, Gerald Borman, Gerald Hobscheidt and Neil Nurre. Shorthand - Mary Jo Becker, Patricia Cink, Shirley Heimer, Sharon Ludwig, Madonna Heinen, Cheryl Miller, Elizabeth Hathe, Jean Plemel, Sharon Reding, Janice Wagner, Marcia Berte, Judith Besch, Kathleen Crawford, Sharon Hildman, Rebecca Lickteig, Cyrilla Kellner, Mirilyn Kellner, Nora Nurre, Linda Eischen, Phyllis nig, Bonita Reising, Leonora Hilbert, Mary Lou Kramer and Madonna Mullin. Typing - Marcia Berte, Jane Arndorfer, Patricia Scherer, David Schneider, Janice Thul, Margie Froehlich, Barbara Wagner, Jacqueline Miller, Rae Ann Kollasch, Patricia Schumacher, Catherine Kollasch, Sandra Elbert, Diane Arndorfer, Anne Penton, Michaela Elbert, Elizabeth Thilges, Dennis Berte, Thomas Wagner, Shirley Thilges, Robert Bestenlehner, Pamela Bauer, Rosalie Murphy, Eileen Penton, John Eisenbacher, Jerry Plathe, Carol Schneider, JamesGengler, David Loebig, Paula Dearchs, Christine Obrecht, Michael Schiltz, Susan Elbert, Barbara Winkel, Ardis Thilges, Donna Hentges, Linda Nitchals, Leonard Becker, Ronald Besch, Leonard Kenne, Janet Zittritsch, Carol Besch, Fran Goecke and Theresa Sigsbee. Bookkeeping - Sharon Ludwig ( and Lynette Lappe. Drama - Sue Nelson, Robert Nichols, Steve Walker, Mary Bray, Tom Arndorfer, Pat Crawford, Gery Loebig, Victoria McGuire, Bonita Reising, Florence McGuire, Mary Jo Becker, Dennis Besch, John Hamilton and William Obrecht. Speech - Stephen Schuller, Mary Bray, Linda Dodds, Constance Bormann, Gary Loebig, Carolyn Spurgeon, Jeanne Milder, Karen Winkel, Janice Thul, Betty McGuire, Ann Loebach, Nancy Muller, Ronald Gilbride, James Schiltz, John Bradley, Vincent Esser and Michelle Erpelding. Music - Dennis Besch, Kathryn Besch, Linda Dodds, Eldon Erpelding, Nancy Fox, Shirley Hei- raer, Marian Kohlhaas, Linda Lickteig, Janet McGuire, Victoria McGuire, Madonna M-jllin, Elizabeth Plathe, Sharon Roethler, Raymond Steven, Judith Berger, Diane Bode, Ruth Cassel, Charlotte Elbert, John Hamilton, Rebecca Hilbert, Susan McAtee, Janette Miller, Susan Nelson, Kathleen Plattoe, Theresa Sigsbee, Mary Beth Sterba, Steven Walker, Charles Arndorfer, David Berendes.Mary Jo Becker, Rachel Capesius, Shirley Elbert, Kathleen Elbert, Sheila Frideres, Thomas Fuchsen, Richard Frideres, Robert Gengler, Madonna Heinen, Frank Hildman, Maureen Lentsch, Michael Lickteig, Sharon Ludwig, Hazel McEnroe, Margaret Studer, Anton Becker, Perry Byam, Patricia Cink, Marcia Grandgenett, Leonard Kenne, Ronald Kohlhaas, Florence McGuire, Sharon Reding, Sharon Plathe, Richard Salz, John Schneider, William Waldschmidt, Ruth Weber, Donna Heinen, John Forbes, Bill Obrecht, Tim Thill, Robert Nichols, Ruth McEnroe, Ronald Kohlhaas, Sue Nelson, Connie Bormann, Jeanne Milder, Marcia Hinken, Mary Hamilton, Margaret Lickteig and ' Corinne Bormann. Art - Jerome McCarthy, Mary Bormann, Mary Bray, Bonita Dahlhauser, Jeanne Ewen, Karen Fuchsen, Phyllis nig, Marilyn Koppen, Janette Miller, Eileen Reilly, Rhonda Schuller and Robert Smith. High Freshman English Average - Darrell Lentsch, $5. Mathematics(Mu AlphaTheta)- Ruth Cassel, Kathleen Crawford, Judy Berger, Gary Erdman, Michael Carman, Dwight Gilbride, Jean Kayser, Lynette Lappe, Gary Loebig, Richard Muller, Michael Nitchals, Robert Schmitt, John Studer, Steven Walker, Jane Arndorfer, Linda Buscher, Michelle Erpelding, Nancy Fox, Ronald Kohlhaas, Janet McGuire and James Schiltz. High Scholastic Average Sophomores: Mary Eischen, Bonita Dahlhauser, Ronald Gilbride ; Juniors: Kathleen Boudewyns, Jean Kayser, Lynette Lappe; Seniors: Kathryn Besch, Stephen Schuller, and Janet McGuire. National Latin Test - Timothy Boekelman, Bonita Dahlhauser, Darrell Lentsch, Mary Becker, Ruth Neppl, Mary Ann Eischen, Janice Thul, James Becker, Shirley Becker, Ronald Besch, Rebecca Bormann, Paula Dearchs, Marcia Hinken, Rae Ann Kollasch, Margaret Lickteig, Jacqueline Miller, Mary Kay Miller, Mark Muehe, Darlene Plathe, Patricia Scherer, James Schmitt, Pamela Simons, Michael Studer, Eta Sigma Phi Latin Contest Ronald Gilbride, Bonita Dahlhauser, Patricia Scherer, Mark Adams and Mary Ann Eischen. CSMC Awards - Mary Gisch, Linda Eisenbacher, Ruth Weber, James Schiltz, Emily Thul, Ruth Hofer, Paula Thilges, Richard Berte, Carol Otis, Carol Besch, Jane Arndorfer, Carol Freilinger, Shirley Elbert, Linda Lickteig, Connie Molacek, Virginia Thul, Kenneth Erpelding, Florence McGuire. The G Club presented James Ritz of the athletic department a gift. Scholarships - Steve Eischen, $2,000, St. Benedict's; Mike Elbert, $50, Institute of Medical Technology; Sharon Ludwig, $150, Nettleton Business College; Janet McGuire, $350, Mount Scholastica. METHODIST LUNCHEON The Methodist W. S. C. S. meet Thursday, June 2 for a 1:00 luncheon. The program of the EUB will be given by Mrs. Inez Wolfe June circle chairmen are Mrs. Paul Puffer, Mrs. Jerry Anderson, Mrs. Verne McClure and Mrs. Elbert McVeigh. - o MARINERS TO PICNIC The Mariners club of the Presbyterian church will meet for a family picnic June 19 at the Ambrose Call State Park. The committee in charge is Mr. and Mrs. Joe Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungate. - n TO MEET THURSDAY Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 2. Hostesses will be Esther Willason.ClaraCruik- shank and Audra Heerdt. - o BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. William Dau, Sr. was hostess to her bridge club last week Thursday. - o CONFIRMATION DINNER Christine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen was confirmed Sunday, May 29 in the Trinity Lutheran church. A family dinner was given in her honor at which guests were Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lavrenz and Harold of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Groen of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sands and Linda. - o Mrs. Dick Post is entertaining her bridge club Thursday GRADUATION OPEN HOUSE Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane was graduated Tuesday evening and those coming from out-of-town were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lane and Mrs. Nellifl Harvey of of Manchester, his cousin Terry Lane of Marion, sister Mrs. Fred Wiebusch and Tammy of White Bear Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith of Orient, Mr. and Mrs. PaulTrum* bull and Brian of Clear Lake. Open house was held for friends and neighbors. Mr. Wiebusch had been here previously. - o PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER Mrs. Tom Verhuel gaveamis- cellaneous shower May 21, for Diane Schneider whose marriage to Douglas Downs will take place June 25, Seventeen guests were present, all wiwhomi were employees at Weidenhoffs. - o BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Allen Wagner gave a family dinner Wednesday June 1, honoring her daughter Janice's eighteenth birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt, "Bud" and Margaret and Mrs. Anna Wagner. - o - PLUM CREEK HOME MAKERS The Plumcreek Homemakers club met May 26 with Marjorie Bode assisted by Helen Hanson and Mildred Scuffham, Twenty- two women were present. Helen Harrison gave the Inspiration, the lesson "Cooking for Two" was given by Jean Benschoter and Eleanor Wilson. Recreation was by Norma Paetz. - o MRS. PAUL ZERFASS will have as guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Louis Verveer and family of Downers Grove, HI., who were at Ames to meet their daughter, Mary Jane, freshman at the University. The son, Phil, is a student at Georgetown University and the family will go from here to attend his graduation. Think ahead to Father's Day land think ahead to The Hub, your . . . SUNDAY JUNE 19 Former County Resident Dies In Florida SWEA CITY - Donald D. Stow, 61, former resident of this area, died Monday night at Pensacola, Fla. where he had made his home for a number of years. He was a son of the late James and Cora Stow of Burt. Funeral services and burial were to be at Pensacola this week. Survivors include his wife; three sisters and a brother, including Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and W. E. Stow, Humboldt, in this area. License To Wed One wedding license was issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson here this week. It went to Francis H. Biegger and Norma J. Goetz, May 28. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone for the cards and visits while we were in the hospital. A special Thank You to Father Friedmann, the Sisters, the hospital staff and to the neighbors and friends who put in the crop while we were sick. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch. (42*) For the finest in gifts this Father's Day, rely on the famous brands at The Hub, Stop in early and enjoy a full selection of these top names; VAN HEUSEN — dress shirts; McGREGOR - sport shirts; CAMPUS - swimwear; JOCKEY — underwear; WEMBLEY - ties; INTERWOVEN - socks; ROLFE - billfolds; SWANK - jewelry; SAMSONITE - luggage; JADE EAST toiletries. LEUTH AUQONA.IOWA

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