The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1962 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 22, 1962
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Portland Progress Club Has 4 T r* f* 17 For Ex- The homo of Elgcna Young was the. setting May 17 for a long-to- be-rcmembered Porllaml Progress Club Former Members Tea. Ariene Wood was in charge of registration and presentation of eaeli of the 5!) ladies with an orchid. Virginia BccKer presided over the program. Margaret Govern, chairman, welcomed the guests. "Historical Highlights of nur Club" were given by Mary Ilasmussen, historian. Presentation and recognition of the five honorary mem- hrrs was made by June Sparks, al which lime each wa.s presented with a orchid corsage. Honorary members are Mrs. Carrie I,ar-cn. Mrs. Klla Sigsboc. Mrs. l.ulu Hingsdorf. Mrs. Anna Zanke and Mrs. Louise Larson. Further recognition was marie by June Sparks with orchid corsage;) going to Donna Rulh Millard of Sioux Rapids, who had come the 8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Mdines Tuesday, May 22, 1962 greatest distance: to Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, who had "attained" (he most number of years: to Grace Trenary and Edith Jandl who had been active members Hi" greatest length of time: and In Erna Bnars (unable to be present ) for her numerous and fin; 1 contributions over the years in the uay of music to the club programs. Mnybellc Becker read original poetry "flub Memories of Fnrnv'r Members". Correspondence from some indicating their inability '.o allencl, but sending greetings, were read by Edith Jandl. Virginia Becker, Flgena Young and June Sparks. They were: Iva Trunkhill Ifenney. Lincoln. Ncbr.: Opal Wallman, Burl; Martha Applegate. Ames; Sophia Shipler, Algona: What Better Gift Can Your Graduate Than RADIO ! You Give A New Over 60 models to choose from. All new models by R.C.A. Viclor, Motorola, and Admiral. Table piece's . . Clock-Radio . . . Portable models . . Transistor models . . . You'll find the greatest s?!ec1isn ever offered. For an example you will find a six transistor for only $14.95 ... A perfect gift for 'your'Oriad. '•••"••••Come In And See For Yourself. OUTSTANDING FEATURES INCLUDE AUTOMATIC CLOCK CONTROL gives you ac- curalo, easy-to-use control of oven cooking. REMOVABLE OVEN and BROILER OOORS provide an easy answer to convenient kitchen cleanliness. THERMO-SET TOP BURNERS provides aoto- malic temperature control Jo tcp burner cooking. KEEP-WARM OVEN SYSTEM allows temperatures as low as 140 degrees F. These features and many others can be seen on the new Caloric ranges now on display at ... Thermogas Co. of Algona CY 4-2841 S Phillips St. Algona Rose Watson, Hutchins; Rose Oi- lom. St. Paul. Minn.; Mrs. George Larsen. Titonka; Mrs. 0. Rout/el. Belgrade, Minn.; Mrs. Henry Nelson. Titonka; Mrs. Grace VVatkins. Seattle, Wash.: Mrs. Wayne Drone. Emmelsburg: Mrs. Christopher McWhorler. Rauiins. Wyo.; Mrs. Ihrbert Weydert. Waterloo; Mrs. El.sie Stott. Lebanon. Mo. A moment of silent prayer was offered for deceased honorary members. The program was elosecl with all uniting in an original song. "Memories", composed and led by Margaret Govern and with the reading of a poem by Virginia Becker. The afternoon was closed wiir, tea, served by Virginia Becker. Judith Jandl and Elgcna Young. It was indeed a "fun ' u::;e of renewing old acquaintances, n:aking new ones and sharing many treasured memories. Following is a list of those in attendance: from Algona, Mrs. Mike Arend, Mrs. Effie Teeter, Mrs. Lillian Ringsdorf, Mrs. Ann? Presthus, Mrs. Eva Arend. Mrs. , Earl Miller, Mrs. Martin Becker, Mrs Ralph Dugan; Burt, Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mrs. Bill Trenary, Mrs Charles Scott. Mrs. W. J. Stewart, Mrs. Ella Eigsbce, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, Mrs. C. S. Shipler, Mrs. Virgil Schrader, Mrs. George Becker, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and Merrill, Mrs. Ella Meyer, Mrs. Lauretta Waltman. Mrs. Carrie Larsen, Mrs. Geo Ilix. Mrs Robert Surchct and Mrs. Conra'i Hcerdt. From Titonkn. Mrs. Huqh W:' liams, Mrs. Donald King^ii-rf. A!r- ijjv.d Balie, Mrs. Minnie Lar-ie: 1 and Korene Fitch; Buffalo Center .Mrs. John G. Rippontrop: Sw?;, C'i;y. Mrs. Bob Harvey a';d Mrs. Anna Zanke; Wesley, Mrs. li«\ CdH.-on: Bancroft, Mrs. Clarence Diers; Coruirh. A .|rs. W-iif \Va!t man; Fenton, Mrs. Floyd Duncan Fr;j,n Sioux Rapids, Mrs. Marreld Millard; Mallard. Mrs. Kr-p. neth Bolie; Rutland, Mrs. Garnie Hood and Mrs. Thomas McBurney. Members present were Elizabeth : Kennedy, Viola Becker. Eva Shipler. Grace Trenary. Sarah Stewart, June Sparks, Hihna Cai'lvm. M-irv Ras:nu=;sen. Klla Lampe, Margan I Arndorfer, Vera Filch, Mvr'le / Zwiefel,i Arlcne Wood, Virginia I Becker, Margaret Govern, Elgena I Young and Edith Jandl. By Mrs. Syl Wagner ! \ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker and family attended the wedding of Donna Origer and Ronald Plant/ at Mallard. Origer is a niece. of Mr. and Mrs. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Krpeldin:'. | and family altunderl May crown-' | ing at St. Joseph's School of Nursing chapel in Mason City Sunday I'iy -0. Carol Kr;>"l<lin;!, di'Ugh'i'r of Mr and Mrs. Frpeldiag, pr •- f''ft of the N'ursf'.s Sodality r-ruwn- ! ed the Blessed \'irgin with her sister Jean as fi-nvcr girl. Carol i will graduate from nurses train- i ing June :i. She is a l!tr,!j St. Jo- j vp'i's high school graduate. [ Bill McGuire from Albu'iuerrjue, New MI.\I.'(I a \i.-,i!.ir here th" I'-^st v.eek uilh hi.s brother, M. j T McGuire and f unily. I'M J:imes R I.; : r.,en s()enl a | :"i-.l-.y furlough \< iih hi-, >.-. ife J(-an • ;:nd the Joseph Bc.-k..|- s . I'vi. !,:,r- I sen i.s stadonc,I at Fort Sill, Okla | and on his return will attend noncommissioned office r s training school. Mr. and Mr-i John B^rie son Clar-'-nce vcre \M-el-.end itors with rela!i\cs at DC il Ra S I). GRA Chapter At AHS Honors Its 4-Year Members Algona high school GRA Chapter held thfir annual pot luck dinner May Hi m the Annex. Sandi Cook, chapter president, presented awards to the members who hail been active throughout the year and four-year pins to Sandi Cook, Jan James, Kathy Feasler and Patty Peterson, senior girls who had participated in GRA all four years of high school. Following the conclusion given by Mary Hays, chapter advisor, new officers fur the coming year were installed. They are: president, Ann Haase; vice president Linda Pm'ival- secretary, Juan PoM, treasurer. Barb Kuchenreu ther. reporter. Jean Clu i-.teiiben. and hi.slunan. Judy Becker. LEDGER SHEETS — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. CONGRATULATIONS THE MERCHANTS LISTED BELOW WISH ALL 35 GRADUATES OF TWIN RIVERS HIGH SCHOOL THE BEST OF LUCK IN THE FUTURE. OUR HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU. Loft to right, Marie Mae Haug, Daniel Collins, Irene Ehrhardt, Mary Brodalo, Cheryl Fuhrmann, Ron Aure, Nick Clark. Left to right, Paul Pederson, Ronald Nielsen, Karen Longseth, Donald Nielsen, Sharon Lenertz, Terry Lee, Mary Anne Holt. Left to right, John Wiekre, Helen Rutz, Neil Wehrspanr, Dorothy Nasby, Kent Schulze, Leslie Ann Zinnel, Mary Ann Behnkendorf. Left to right, Corinne Rippentrop, David Coleman, Richard Fullerton, Larry Sharp, Marie Becker, Gary Waechter, Barbara Tompkins. Left to right, Gayle Wilson, Carolyn Malmin, Pat McGee, Judy Martin, Don Faith, Richard Zeman, Pat Gronbaeh. ERCO. Ottosen, Iowa evator Bode, Iowa BANK Wilford Rood Bode Farmers Klevator Ottosen, Iowa Co-op Creamery Humboldt, Iowa LIVEKMORE LIVERMORE LIVERMORE FARMERS ELEVATOR LIVERMORE BODE KAY IMPLEMENT LIVERMORE Sduiltz Fertilizer Service L1VKK.MORE ART'S D-X I Ferguson Harbor & Heauty Shoppe LIVERMORE | LIVERMORE Scott Produce LIVKK.MOKJ.; K. 0, Hardware LIVERMORE Anderson Motor Co. LIVERMORE Foreman Implement SKOdMO'S LIVERMORE Old Timer's Cafe LIVERMORE Town Tavern LIVERMORE ••(••IHmMpMHMiHn Smith Lumber Co, LIVERMORE Rath's Packing Plant LIVERMORE WILSON & CO. STOCK YARDS — Livermore

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