Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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5—AL66NA (Icwa) ADVAN^BC. tteifner's THURSDAY, JUNI 3, 1f6$ Commencement at Titonka is held Monday Commencement for the graduating Titonka was held class Monday at the school at»- dltorium. Rev. A, F. Gerstmann gave the invocation, followed by the address by Henry Galbrcth, associate director of Iowa Association of School Boards. James Rode was valedictorian and Janice Larsen saluatorian. The diplomas were presented by Harold Gingrich, president of the .school board. BANQUET HELD End of the school year activities held recently were the Junior-Senior banquet hold May 15 at the school gym. The theme was "Song In My Heart". A prom was held after the program following the meal. CHURCH SCHEDULE Methodist churches went on the summer schedule Sunday. Doan has family worship at 8:30 and Sunday school at 9:30, and Titonka has Sunday school at 8:45 and worship services at 10 a.m. BACCALAUREATE GIVEN Baccalaureate was held Sunday evening at the school auditorium. The. sermon was by Rev. John Janssen, Invocation and benediction was by Rev. Richard Thomas.. The Lewis E. Heifners spent the weekend at the parental L. They are from River Palls, Minn. They also spent some time at Ronwick. The Owen Tjadens, Monticel- 1o, were weekend guests of his sister, the Al Boelkes, The Harold BUrgesses, Squaw Creek, Mo., visited friends ovet the weekend in Titonka. He was formerly manager at Union Slough here. The Alfred Boelkes had as guests for Audrey's graduation the Owen Tjadens, Monticcllo, Herman Jansens, Algona. Clarence Pcnnings, Buffalo Center, Loren Hansons, Bonno Sdhut- ters, Mrs. Carie Bruns and Velida, Mrs. Una Sonnenberg, Theresc and Gertie Janssen, the Paul E. Fergusons, John B. Isebrands, Reka Cordcs, Mrs. A. C. Hcnch, the Holland Foxes, and Mrs. Irene Peterson. Tuesday coffee guests at Al Boelkes' were Ettena Bruns, Mrs. Louise Stockwcll, Mrs. Mildred Boyken, Mrs. Pat Haiti- es, and Mrs. Bca Garrctt. The John Crchans, San Francisco, came early last week to get their daughter Carol, 2, who had been with her grandparents, the Bernard Capcsiuses two weeks while her parents had a vacation in Hawaii. The trip to (he Island was made by boat, but they flew back. Mr. Crehan is associated with American Air Lines and his wife is the former Jeanne Capesius. She also worked for American Air Lines before marriage. Mrs. Percy Schichtl, Esthcr- vllle, recently spent sometime in the hospitalwith two severe gall bladder attacks. The Schich- tls are formerly of Irvington. Beginning June 6 until October, worship will begin at 8:30 a.m. with church school at 9:45. The Rev. Ray M. Richardsons, Waukon, visited the Robert Blacks Monday. The Rev. Richardson and Mrs. Black are IIIMIMtMH Big Savings On Summer HAIR CARE NEEDS Not HAIR SPRAY *f* A generous 13 ounce size. Conditions and keeps hair lovely! MeaJ M' SfcwiMere Control Shampoo *•& J.«0. i f.9.\. Large ., economy size tube helps eliminate dandruff. HAIR ROLLERS Magnetic, foam, plas« tic brush,snap.on. Packs 30; 35; 38; 62. FREE COMB Included In every bag of curlers. HEADBAND 21< HAIR NITS BOBBY PINS 3»c 7* . wide tubular nylon Stretch knit. Meg, IQc Invisible nylon. Quality net, (or short, long hair, Peg. 80 rubber tip pins in bronze, black or gray, Slumber CAP 3»c Painty lace trim, elastic edged; assorted colors. WAVE NITS Reg. Suave lotion 17* Metallic thread glamour net has elastip edges. Helene Curtis non-greasy tine hair dressing. STORE HOURS 8:30 a.m. 19 5:30 p.m. — Fridays to 9:30 p.m. BOMGAARS 5 10 BEN FRANKLINS 10 locally Owned by Bob/ Ger*ld/ Vi «nd Sherri Bomg««rs / IOWA brother and sister. Marilyn, daughter of tho Rob- eft Blacks, came from Cedar- vHle college in Ohio, for the summer with her parents. Mrs. Darryl Swart*, Evansdale, visited last weekend with her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Miller, and other relatives. Mrs. F*ern Canaday and granddaughter Gloria attended a reunion at Douds, Sunday. The Lawrence Millers attended a family picnic at Corwlth Sunday, and attended a graduation reception at Wm. Becker's for their daughter Charlcne. Dance recital is Friday alFenton Fenfon — Mrs. Margery Jolley's pupils will give a dance revue Friday evening in the Fenton grade school auditorium. It will include pupils from sur- rounding towns as welt as local. Admission will be 50c tof §dulls and 25c fof children. The program will start at 8 p.m. Shower dated at Ledyard for a June bride Ledyard — There will be an open house miscellaneous shower for Florence Dammer Monday, June 7 at 8 at the BetJiany Evangelical and Ref6:p*rncd church here. She will be married to Eldon Junkermeier, son of the Marvin Junkermeiers the latter part Of June. 23 GRADERS GRADUATE Twenty-three eighth graders received promotion eeft.iftcat.es Wednesday. Rev. Edward Maus, Methodist pastor, W9if speaker. The diplomas Were presented by SUpt. befibef following the presentation of the class by Mrs. Laura Mehdersott. Friday the class, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Alfred Hurlburt and the Leon McCoys went on art outing to Okoboji, visited the fish hatchery at Spirit Lake, and the Pepsi Cola Co., Estherville. NAME HONOR STUDENTS Honor students named at the commencement Tuesday were Monica Munyer, who also receiv* ed the citizenship a\vafd, Diaitne Waterhouse, who had also received the Arion award and Jon DeBoer who received a special mathematics award. All three students plan to go to Ames. NAMED BAND QUEEN Deanna Brandt, daughter of tlie Orville Brandts, was chosen by the Ledyard school band to be queen at the Mason City band festival June 18. Deanna 1 , a sett- lor, haS been active in the band, chorus, basketball and FTA. She is a member of the Bethany E & R church and plans to take up nursing at the university of Minnesota. TO GIRLS STATE Caroline Johnson, daughter of the Duane Johnsons was chosen by the Legion Auxiliary for Girls State this year. Vicki Thilges will be alternate. 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