The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 33
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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June 27, 1957 to attend I.STC ornt Allan B. Selichnow, 19 i s o nn ? i fJOje &lg<ma ®pper ®es jWoineg June 27, 1957 of Mr and Mrs Burton rowood; liked math; was in Ar 4 , J Priebe, plans to attend Colorado U. where she will major in political science 3 1 lf y f , avorit e subject; was in debate, chorus, .band, GRA and" on annual staff; "dancing, reading and swimming are hobbies. Linda H. Pentecost, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Pente- w o V ^ fls acii ™ in intramurals, F.B.L.A., art club and FHA; liked art and English; dancing, reading, singing and swimming are her hobbies. Vernon L. Reisner, 17, son of Mr and Mrs Noah Reisher, will study auto mechanics at Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis; liked math and was in band, C. Rich, 18, is S0 n o Mr and Mrs Walter Rich; favorite course was world history and a wr esng; hunting, fishing and other outdoor sports are his hobbies. , J S? Uh K. Rieken, 18, daughter 2m -*u nd Mrs Melvin Rieke n> will either get married or go to beauty school; psychology favorite subject; was 'in girls chorus, GRA and class plays- swimming, dancing and cooking are , are her hobbies. Richard A. Rochleau, 17 . , g son of Mr and Mrs Victor Roch- leau; will go to Dunwoody Insti lute to active in wrestling; football," favorite mechanics; track and ibject ag- Victor A. Seely, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely, and '- -*-- ' . .-" plans Iowa to study engineering at State; favorite subject ----- 7 «u T LSI 1 VI- kJW WJt-Ull math; was in band, F.F.A. and junior class play; hunting and stamp collecting are his' hobbies. Darlene Skogstrom, 18, is daughter of Mr .and' Mrs Harry Skogstrom, and will attend Drake U. where she will study music; favorite subject history; was in music groups, debate, cheerlead^ mg and on student council. Robert G. Slobe, 17, is 'son of Mr and Mrs Al Slobe; was active m baseball, basketball and track; has no future plans. Lance Stephens, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Keith Stephens; his favorite course was history; no fu- AHS Seniors Have Pretty Good Idea About Future Maureen A. Roepke, 18, i s dau- and Mrs Ea nH i , rs oepe, ana plans to be married this fall- was ac ti ve in o.A.A. and DECA : ,1 F , Utl , ve oclucati °n favorite subject; horses and other animals are her hobbies Patricia Van Allen, 18. is dau- ghtcr of Mr and Mrs Harold Van F.F.A. and on annual staff; likes • ii ' » -«'«**!.*. ouujcut at*- riculture; dancing and horseback to train dogs for a hobby, riding are hobbies. Alien, and will attend Duchcsn College at Omaha where sh plans to study biology and fash ion; biology and chemistry fa vorite courses; was in Cadottos URA, music groups, dramatic and on annual staff; hobbies in elude dancing, tennis, swimming rooking, sewing and reading The Friendly Store ^««»^ • • P 1/2 PRICE TIRE SA Our Best Rayon Cord Tires SUPER CREST TUBE OR TUBEIESS OUTRIGHT LIST PRICE OF FIRST TIRE 18.75 670x15 TUBE TYPE PLUS TAX, EXCHANGE* Eighfeln Month Road -- Hazard Guarantee • Cold Rubber Tread • Super Rayon Cords • Full Skid Depth Gambles Mail Order DISCOUNT CATALOG HUNDREDS OF ITEMS DIjcounf iavlng» for home, form and auto when you buy the Gamble way. , H SIZES TVPE U 600x1 6 Tube Type J 650x1 6 Tube Type 1 640x1 5 Tube Type |670xt5 Tube Type 1710x15 Tube Type ih-BST. 9M. H2, BU, M4. E«9. 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Ashlon, 18, daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Rasmussen, Minneapolis; married to Darud Ashlon, Algona; senior here rom March, 1957, went to 'pnngfield public high before hat; was in G.A.A., pep club on paper and annual staff and u heerleadcr; English favorite sub- ect, her hobbies include dancing wimming and hiking. Carl J. Brown, 18, son of Mind Mrs Carl Brown, LuVcrne- dive in football, wrestling' nick, class plays, F.F.A.. audio isual and on annual staff; agri ulture favorite subject; ma' enter air force or go to college a Iowa State; dancing his favorit< hobby. Kenneth R. Bunkofske, 17 S oh of Mr and Mrs H, T. Bunkofske was on tennis team; his favorite subject is chemistry; plans to take engineering at Iowa State. Georgia A. Butterfield, 18, dau ghter of C. D. Butterfield, was librarian, in girls chorus and class play; has $300 annual scholarship to Bob Jones U. in So. Car. anc wants to be teacher; science favorite course, enjoys stamp collecting, the piano and organ, as , hobbies. 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U.M, daughter of Mr and Mrs M P Christiansen; would like to studj child development at Iowa State was in numerous music groups F.B.L.A., F.H.A. and intramural and on annual staff; math; favoriti course; enjoys dancing, 'skating swimming and music as hobbies ™ /T A> Col we]], son of Mr and Mrs Harold Colvvell, was active m sports and would like to attend Iowa Teachers; industrial arts favorite subject; hobbies include leathercraft, swimming and hunting. Judith A. Cowan, 17, is daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Cowan and plans to attend Cottey col-' ego at Nevada, Mo.; in several nusie groups and G.H.A. and especially likes biology; her hobbies nclucle dancing ,golf, swimming nd tennis. Judy K. Dahlhauser, daughter of Mr and Mrs B. J. Dahlhauser, is undecided on future; biology her favorite subject, was also librarian; hobbies include dancing reading and outdoor sports Darrel L. Davis. 18, son'of Mr and Mrs B. O. Davis, Irvington- active in all sports, selected as years outstanding athlete; wants to go to Iowa Teachers for industrial, arts degree; favorite course was math; hunting anc swimming are his hobbies. Jerry Downey, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Downey, was in athletics music and on student council would like to go to college, but niay go m service; English and ,ii.story favorite courses; hunting us main hobby, Marilyn Dreesman, 17, is daughter of Mr and Mrs John Drees- iian, and is going to Sweet Brail- -ohege where she will major in business administration; was in music groups, plays, Cadettos, de- late, a drum major, and on annual staff and student council; ocial studies her favorites; hob' Jies include dancing and baton wirlmg. Delores Eisenbarth, 17, j s :iughter of Mr and Mrs Jerome Eisenbarth; in F.B.L.A., girls horus, class plays and on annual taff; plans on secretarial work l Algona; favorite course was ookkeeping; hobbies i n <• I u d e wimming, reading, music and aneing. Sandra Elwood, lii, is daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Klwood, and plans ' to attend Stephens College at Columbia, Mo.; was in music groups and liked typing bbies includ dancing and and shortland; horseback riding, picnics. David L. Erickson, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Erickson, wants to become a mechanic; was m wrestling, F.F.A. and class plays. Patricia K. Ferris, 18, daughter of Mr ,,nd Mrs Geraid Ferris, was in music groups, G.R.A., intra- murals and class plays; will attend Iowa U. where she has scholarship and plans to take medical research; chemistry her favorite subject; golf, tennis and other sports her hobbies- Ted Finley, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley, will attend ~oe College to' take course in Business administration; active m sports in high school; social studies his favorites; fishing and sports are his hobbies. Darryl E. Fisher, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs A, L. Fisher; was out for football; liked industrial arts, undecided (in future; his hobbies include hunting and fishing'. Eunice Gade, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Gade, plans to lake up elementary teaching at lowa Teachers; was active in music, art, F. B. L. A., Caclettcs Algona high ancl intramurals; favorite subject was art; painting her top hobby. Norrna J. Galton, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. H. Gallon, plans on a secretarial position; was in F.B.L.A., and F.H.A.; government favorite subject; dancing, skating and music her hobbies. Marvel Hanson, 17, is daughter of Olive Hanson, Irvington, is a secretary in local law office; was n G.A.A., F.B.L.A., F.FI A chorus and intramurals; liked ypmg and shortland; hobbies in- •lude dancing, sports, swimming and movies. Roger G. Hansen, 17, son of Mr ind Mrs Hurley Hanson, will join irmed forces this fall; was in lass plays and enjoyed industrial rts; cars and fishing are his lobbies. 5°^ 6vt ^ Hard V. 17- son of Mr nd Mrs Wesley Hardy, plans to tudy business at Waldorf Col- ogc?, Forest City; was active in sports and music; liked math, and hobbies included dancing and fishing. Carole A. Hayes, 18, is daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hayes; will pursue medical technology course on scholarship at Hamline U., St. Paul; was active in music and G.A.A.; liked chemistry, and • sports and dancing are her hobbies. , Karen J. Helmers, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harm Helmers, will go to airline school- active in intramurals, liked retailing and considers skating her favorite hobby. Larry A. Hudson, 17, son of Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson, is employed in retail store here; was in class plays and liked all history courses; considers dancing, skating and swimming as his hobbies Beverly.A. James, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul James, will major in education at Iowa teachers; in many music groups, camera club, art club and on annual staff; history favorite subject, photography, sewing and reading are her hobbies. Shirley M. Johnson, 10. is clau- iter of Mr and Mrs Charles Johnson; has no definite plans; liked social studies and was active n intramurals, volleyball and basketball; dancing, reading and sports are her hobbies. Maribel Kain, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Kain, will attend Iowa State College; liked science subjects; was a cheerleader, in GAA, intramurals and on student council; sewing, reading and sports are hobbies David K. Kohl, Hi, j s S on of Mr ' and Mrs Ira Kohl, and plans to study engineering at Iowa State- active in baseball, basketball ancl tennis, physics favorite subject; fishing, hunting and sports are hobbies. • Duane Kueck, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs Maynard Kueck; plans to enter branch of service; history his favorite subject; was active in basketball and baseball; considers fishing, hunting and sports as his hobbies. Jean M. Kuecker, 17, daughter of Mrs Ida Kuecker, is working at Druggists' Mutual; bookkeeping and shorthand favorite subjects; was in glee club, class plays, on annual staff and in F.B.L.A.; dancing and swimming are her hobbies. William J. Laing, IH, son of Mr and Mrs F. J. Laing, may go to trade school or college, is working at Hopkins Super Service at present. Marlys R. Long, 17, daughter ,>f Mr and Mrs Cecil Long, is employed at Iowa Slate Hank; iked typing and was in Cadettes; dancing and .swimming are her "lobbies. Sharon Miller, 18, is daughter )f George M. Miller; employed at lonsbrueh Drug; liked 'bookkeeping and sewing, swimmim,' and dancing are her hobbies. Dona;ci L. Moore, 17, sun of MI- and Mrs Leo Eimore, liked history ;ind was active in (rack, wrestling and mixed chorus. John E. Moxley, 17, son of Mr and Mrs Merle Moxley, will study dramatics at the Goodman Theater in Chicago; was active in dramatics .debate, chorus and wrestling; favorite subject French; hobbies include dancimj and swimming. Marilyn Palmer, 17, h, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. J. Palmer and plans to study architecture at Iowa State; was in GAA. art club and bund; favorite hUh school course was mechanical drawing; dancing, music and swimming are her hobbies. Sharon L. Powers, 18, is daughter of Mr and Mrs George Powers, and will study English at Rockford College, 111. where she has scholarship; active as cheerleader, in debate, chorus, plays and on annual staff; favorite course English; dancing, reading and swimming are her hobbies. (Continued on Page 8)

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