The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 18
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6-Alg6na (la.) Upper D«* MotnM Tuesday, May 8, 1962 Lakota Women Get Prizes For Bowling Scores Lakotn — The Buffalo Center Ladies League held their annual banquet at the Methodist church in Buffalo Center Wednesday evening. Lakota teams attending the banquet were Anderson Prudential, D & H Grill, Farmers Trust and Savings Bank and Thompson Livestock. Door prizes won by Lakotans were a bowling bag by Pearl Hertzke and a bowler's towel by Evelyn Krominga. Trophies were presented to winning teams, Andersan Prudential had high single game of 860 and high team series of 2453. Audrey Ruby, Lakota, had high individual game of 231 amj also high individual series with 559. High individual average was won by Irene Anderson, Lakota, with 162. Lakotans winning 225 club pins during the year were Irene Anderson and Audrey Ruby. 200 club pins were won by Irene Anderson, Shirley I/appe, Pearl Hertzke, Irene Peterson, Edna Paulsen and Ruth Becker. 500 club members included Irene Anderson, Irene Peterson and Audrey Ruby. Easier Seals Mrs. John Cook, Easter Seal ONOVAN SPECIALTY SHOP — HAS — MOVED — TO — Chairman for Lakota, reports tha $101.35 was received. A good por lion of the money will stay in Kossuth county. The main projec is to send crippled children to summer camps. Music Ratings Lakota students received two first ratings for solos, two first ratings for small ensembles in band and two first ratings for vocal solos at the stale music con test held at Palmer. In the band I ratings for solos went to Patsy Tjaclen with a baritone saxophone solo, and Clare Barrett with an alto clarinet solo. No. I in the ensembles were the clarinet trio, Carmen Cook, Marilyn Rippentrop and Clare Barrett; the brass choir, Charold Barrett, Wallace Christ, Darrel Clabaugh, Caroline Groff, Marvin Heideckc •, Dale Koppen, Donmi Paulsen, Marvin Rippentrop, James Rose, David Sleper and Patricia Ennen. In the vocal department, No. I ratings went to Carmen Cook and Clare Barrett. Other entrants were Charold Barrett, Kent Gerzema, Dean Christ, Marvin Heidecker, Paul eilenfeldt. Donna Paulsen. Larry Seeker, the sophomores boys oc- et and the girls sextet. Mr. and Mrs, V. A. Barrett, Mr. Donald Bulfer and Supt. and Mrs. John Cook attended the contest. Monday. A discussion was held as to who would be going to the' short course and camp and it was voted to send Roger Becker and Gene Brass to camp with the alternates being John Kollasch and Arnold Sachs. For the short course Arnold Sachs and David Sleper as alternates. Lunch was served by Mrs. Sleper and Mrs. Sachs. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson arrived home last week following a vacation trip to California where they visited their son, Glen and wife at Long Beach, On the way they visited with a cousin at Carlyle, Kans., and enroute home visited at the John Vodraskas, Spencer, and Rollie Steeles at Estherville. •TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder 316 So. Moore St. all - steel combination windows and doors at 1950 prices INSPECT THE NEW 'SOLAR' ALL-STEEL COMBINATION DOORS AND WINDOWS. YOU'LL BE MONEY AHEAD WHEN YOU DO! Donovan Specialty Shop turns back the calendar on prices . . . steps out front in design and construction. Now you can buy direct — deal directly with the manufacturer — have genuine, all-steel, SOLAR Combination Windows and Doors ... . at low 1950 prices. No longer do you need to substitute aluminum for quail- ty all-steel combination windows and doors, because of cost. For SOLAR steel windows and doors'are built lo give you the lasting beauty and protection you've learned to expect from steel ... all the features necessary for comfort, convenience and economy ... but at low 1950 prices. CHECK THESE SOLAR WINDOW FEATURES O Galvanized, bonderized, and painted (automobile-type acrylic enamel finish) for beauty and protection. • Self-storing — no changing of storms and screens. 0 Felt weather stripping for finger tip operation. • Custom fit to every window. • Insulating features keep rooms warmer in winter cooler in summer. Complete Line of Steel and Aluminum Combination WINDOWS and DOORS PHONE CY 4-2202 Honor Roll Students receiving A: Albert Becker, Kent Gerzema, Dean Christ, Carmen Cook, Linda Clayton, Carolyn Ley, Roger Neuman, and Stanley Tjaden. B honor roll: Clare Barrett, Larry Becker, Charold Barrett, Paul Boettcher, Cheryl Anderson, Bon nie Becker, Juanita Cordes, Lor raine Christ, Darrel Clabaugh Paul Geilenfeldt, Caroline Groff Brian Ellsworth, Sally Eichhorn Marsha Krominga, Eldean Madetz- <e, Donna Paulsen, Thomas Neuman, Marilyn Rippentrop and inda Wirtjes. Class Play The seniors of Lakota high ichool are busy rehearsing their Jass play, a three act farce comely, entitled 'Take It Easy", writ- en by William D. Fisher. The lay will be presented at the high chool Friday p.m. evening, May 11, Lincoln Township Homemakers met recently at the home of Mrs. ~harles Hertzke. Plans were made to invite them to the May meeting with Mrs. John S. Rippentrop and Mrs. Charles Hertzke in charge of the program. The lesson was given by Mrs. Steve Tja- I den. Five ladies were to go out on the Red Cross Drive for the township. Seeds and bulbs were exchanged at the close of the meeting. Those from the Lakota area attending the dinner held at the Masonic Hall in Buffalo Center for Rochelle Koppen, daughter of the Orville Koppens, following confirmation services Palm Sunday were Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Pearl Smith, and Otto Koppen, Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Koppen and family of Elmore, Minn, and other relatives and friends. Carmen Cook, daughter of Supt. and Mrs. John Cook, has received word that she is one of the finali.sts in the essay contest sponsored by the D.E.K. named as one of three winners in Kossuth county, she and her parents were guests Apr. 30 at a dinner at Estherville. Aggressive Lads club met Mr and Mrs Marvin Stroebel are tarcnts of n son, their first child, iorn April 21 at Buffalo Center lospital. He weighed 7 lb., 7 oz. nd has been named Kenneth Ray. 'aternal grandparents are the ieorge Ricks and maternal grandparents are the Charles Hubers, Elmore, Minn. Sandra Gartner of S.U.I., Iowa City, was a weekend visitor at her home, the Harold Gartner's. Mrs Dorothy Mehlan, Judy, Ward and Jane were weekend visitors recently at the home of the Clark Millers. They are residents of Young America, Minn., and formerly lived in Titonka. The Cliff Krantzes and Harold G artners were guests Saturday evening at the Millers. Carolyn Intermill. who is studying beauty culture, was a weekend guest at the parental J. L. Intermill home. Grades seven and eight had a skating party at Algona Friday evening. The Junior Lutherans met at Good Hope Lutheran church Saturday at 1:30. The leader was Rose Stecker, and hostesses were Lois Bentley and Sharon Spear. Lowell Bilsborough, employed in Des Moines, visited at his home ;his past weekend. The Carl F. Callies have as house guests their daughter and family, he Raymond Burchetts, Lincoln, \ebr. A few cases of scarletina have occured in a light form among grade school children in Titonka. Sylvia Eden was home for the weekend from college at Cedar Falls with her parents the Erwin Edens and sister, Kathleen. Titonka Federated Club met at thg home of Ella Fisher, with Jen me Rode assisting hostess. A book review was given by Theresa Baade. Mrs Ralph Height, Mason City showed slides on Hawaii, and gave an interesting lecture on these islands. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. W.S.C.S. of Titonka Methodist church met as follows April 25: Elsie with Mrs Lester Eden and Mrs Robert Ringsdorf, Hazel with Mrs Louis Huber and Mrs David Bolie and Irene with Mrs Julia Reynolds and Florence Reynolds. The following teachers have resigned to date: M. Scholl, principal, V. Dybdal, jr. hi. English, N. Johnson, Commercial, Mrs Helen Lickteig, grade 6, and Mrs Delores Miisein, grade 2. ViclciSfeilk Top Speller In AHS Contest Vicki Steil, a sophomore, won first and Allen Bode, a junior, won second in a spelling contest, sponsored recently at Algbna high school by the National,Honor Society. Six-member teams from each of the classes in high school, competed Apr, 19. Miss Steil was awarded a collegiate dictionary and Bode' 'received a book entitled, "Word Origins" as prizes in the contest. Other contestants were Norman Benson, Marelne Henderson, Lois Hunt, Juanita Meyer, Judy Parrott and Rod Ricklefs, freshmen; Marilyn Black, Jodie C h a 11 y, Michael Graham, Barbara Kuch- enreuther and Jerry Raney, sophomores. Alan Holt, Richard Hutchins, Mike Schmidt, Joan Ward and Jack Williams, juniors; and Janice James, Janice Koepke, Lynn Kueck, Jerry Pingel, Marianna Rieken and John Sires, seniors. Master of ceremonies was Chuck Streit. pronouncer was Mrs. Helen Kelley and judges were Ella Zumach and Donna Madsen. You choose the door **•/ Mr and 63 Mrs B. F. Thayer of Ellsworth recently celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary. They are the parents of five children. Professional Farm Management can increase your income from your land! 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