Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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S—AlftONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 27, 196$ iTofleberg, business imnaRer.,Smith and Car-lone Hanson tied:, man; treas., .Tames Oppedahl. Mrs. Roger Barber. and son ters, Mrs. Seth Amelung, Ma- the commencement speaker and 'American Citizenship award I.juniors: H°o Hoelhlerv Mc«, The address was by Fred T. returned home from Fort Dodge son City, and Mrs. loreh AhO their daughter. Mrs. Frank Went lo Esther MacKintosh lirn i Holmos ' I<jCi Mlllcr ' Lix WtCkrc, Fcnchol, Mason City. Six of the .hospital Thursday. WI.MI 1.0 QSUIcr IVlHimiUOMI. .Illll _ . r , nnt .. t . __,) Ulfdlnla t/H4«t._ ! on ™.,;,•,„„ r"*»t._I:i._ /-,-,.,._- i ? •" ,, o- B ° b C °° pef afld "' Oppcdahl gave the pheey. Speech awards !", ^J 1 ^l 1 ^" 1 * , by Iionn ' ( Mi)edahrCathV'c7lVi'ns"and Schmidt. Cheerleader awards i '-.:,,.... went lo 5 students by Mrs. Dar- 1a Algoe, vocal music awards In ! •?» - sen - iors ' Collins,! The Oliver Bakkens Atenna tied: seniors: Esther MacKin- .Judy Garman, Mary Hawkins! | visited the Harold losh, .ludy Garman, Jame* Op-iICsther MacKintosh, Rita Niel-isundav liaroia pcclahl. Cathy Collins and Mary ! sen and James Oppedahl had| Tn p st K James Oppedahl had silver stoles as students who vr t i i , Krabe,, went to 36 by Mrs. Mary Ophcim, Girl's athletic awards lo 28 hv Dor- CIRCLE MEETINGS DATED Circles for St. Olaf church aid Swishcr. Kristie Krdman's ! will meet. Young Matrons June suit number was attached In n plaque and placed in the (ro- il, 2:15. Fireside room. Hostesses, Mrs. Van Alsline, Mrs. Frank phy case, with a citation of many JTepner. Ruth, June 10, 2:30 at of Krlsti's accomplishments. iing ta the N.U.«I H.S? £ I^JMSL.^i., •=..!• |ciety, MEMORIAL PROGRAM Memorial Day exercises will i returned to Bode Sunday and be held in Bode Sunday at 1:30 i Monday left for Princeton, Mo., Homemaking awards went to Esther MacKintosh. Instrumental music awards went to 60 students. Boy's athletic awards went to 23 basketball and base- Mrs. Maurice Aashcim's, assisting Mrs. Clarence Holland; Altar Guild. June 10, 2:30, at-Mrs. Elmer Larson's, assisting Mrs. Andrew Lee. Gleaners, June 16. 2:30 at Mrs. Loren Eastman's. ball, 25 football players and 15 ! assisting Mrs. Marcus Holland, track men. The class will was Mary Martha, June 2t, 8 p.m., at by,Esther MacKintosh. Scholarship awards to five in each class went to freshmen: Linda Vosberg, Kathy Jacobson, Doug Loguc, Jan Bjordal and Marjoric Thompson; sophomores: David Hoyt, Trudy Rossing, Oeri Mrs. Conrad Johnson's, assisting Mrs. Clifford Holland. BACCALAUREATE GIVEN Baccalaureate was held May 16 at 0 p.m. Class officers are president, David Graaf, vice, weekend. Pastor Kraabel preach ed the sermon for the Lutheran church's anniversary. He was a pastor there 30 years ago. They in Twin Rivers school gym. The Legion and Auxiliary have charge. Pastor Robert LeMont, Ottosen, will be the speaker. There will be a march to the cemetery, advance of colors, decorating of soldier graves, salute and taps. Keith Rolland is Legion Commander and Mrs. Robert Crokcr heads the Auxiliary. Mrs. Basil Brock had the Bridge club Monday. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lucille Tor- to visit their daughter Kay, the Al Knudsons. The Herlev Nielsens had 30 guests May 20 after graduation of their daughter Rita. She will be employed by Look Magazine, Des Moines. The Ronald Nielsens, Tama. spent Thursday to Sunday at the parental Herlev Nielsen's and Erling Malmin's, near Ottosen. Leon M, Gangestad went to Waseca, Minn., Sunday and returned Sunday evening. Mrs. Vcdirk, Richard Zcimet, David Krislic Erdman; sec., Judy Gar- Mrs. Dennis Anderson. gerson, Mrs. Bob Croker, and Gangestad had spent several Shrincr - Schrneling wedding Patricia Shrincr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Shriner, Rodman, and Wayne Schmeling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmeling, Cylinder, were married in a candlelight service May 15 at St. Luke's Lutheran church in Fairville with Rev. C. Bliss officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Linda Schmeling, sister of the groom, as maid of honor, and Connie Shriner, Emmctsburg, as bridesmaid. Willard Schmeling, brother of the groom, was the best man and James Shriner, brother of the bride, was the groomsman. Ushers were Tom Meyer, Whittemore, and Robert Weisbrod, Cylinder. Soloist was ..Mrs. Willard Scbmeling, Cylinder, accompanied by Irene Beck at the organ. A reception followed the ceremony in the church for 125 guests. Mrs. Robert Weisbrod, Cylinder, had the guest book. Mrs. Tom Meyer, Whittemore, and Betty Depue, Cylinder, served punch. Mrs. Clifford Shriner, Emmctsburg, and Mrs. Irvin Schmcling, Cylinder, poured. Yvonne Schmeling, Minneapolis, and Joyce Shriner, Hartley, cut the cake. Mrs. James Schultz, Whittemore, was hostess. Waitresses were Janice Shriner, Jcanine Hubcrty, Donna Bleckwenn, and Rosemary Hock. Gifts were opened by Georganne Hahsen, A r 1 e n e Kcmph, and Colleen Burgess, They will live in Cylinder where he is employed at the elevator. She .works at the bank in Emmetsburg. Photo by Glenn's. Bode man is a graduate of new Ames course Bode — Lloyd Stith, Bode, is one of the first three students .to receive certificates May 29 upon conpletion of the Iowa State University technical institute chemical industries program. It is a 2 year course for those who want careers in industrial applications of engineering technology. The other two men are Wayne Freeman, Rock Rapids, and Paul Van Ausdall. Keokuk. 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