The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 9
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Se! Swea City Commencement, Baccalaureate Baccalaureate exercises for 37 graduating seniors at Swea City high school will be held May 23 at 8 p.m. in the school gym, with Pastor H. B. Bengston to be featured speaker. Comnnencement will be held the following evening at 8p.m., also in •'the School gym. with Pastor Louis Valbracht featured speaker. He is serving St. John's Lutheran church, Des Moines. The list of graduates includes: Danny Anderson, Larry Berg, Sarah Boeckholt, Sheryl Briggs, Paul Danielson, Reid Farland, Roger Farland, Catherine Feddersen, Pearl Gahuman, Claude Haag, Charles Hewett, Keith Holm, Richard Johnson, Robert Johnson, Kay Johnson, Clifford Kollasch, Kay Kramer, Cheryl Kvamsdale, Marcla Larsen. Joyce Larson, Wendell Link, Arliss 1 Looft, John Martin, Margaret Mino, Paul Moellering, Bonnie O'Green, John O'green, Connie Pech, Howard Person, Schmlcking, Rodney Smith, Danny Sykes, Lyle Thompson, Paul Thoreson, PetreaThoreson, Vivian Thorson and Marjorie Tobin. U-l OidGold Singers Here On May 15 The University of Iowa Alumni Association of Kossuth County will sponsor the University's Old Gold Singers in a public concert May 15, 8 P.M., at the Algona High School Auditorium. This nationally known group consists of 35non-music majors, selected on the basis of voice quality, appearance, and personality. Appearing in the group is Alan Bode, sophomore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode of Algona. Advance ticket sale for the concert is underway, and tickets may ,be secured for $1.00 each from alumni throughout the county, from Carson's Paint Store, or Sharp's Jewelry In Algona, BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman i Joseph Murray is a patient in a Rochester hospital after a heart attack. Bernard McGuire returned from a Mankato hospital this week after being a patient at St. Joseph's hospital for several weeks suffering from a heart condition and diabetis. He also visited his children Janice and Richard and wife before returning home. Richard Dudding is home from Holy Family Hospital, Esther- vine where he spent several days. Dick fell on the ice and injured his back. Becky Rahe and Patty Dolan, employed in Des Moines, spent the weekend with relatives and friends here. Larry Bergman, who has been home from San Diego for the past two weeks, left Friday by plane from Ft. Dodge, While here he visited his wife in Algona and parents the Laurence Bergmans in Bancroft, Wednesday Larry and his sister Mrs. Dennis Mc- Cliesh celebrated their birthdays at the McCliesh home. Other guests were Mi. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman and Kenny and ™ r . S - Larf y Bergman, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCliesh Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr attended the ice follies in Mpls. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Becker were called to Hospers, Iowa, Saturday evening when they received word that Mr. Becker's father had suffered a stroke and was seriously ill. Two Men Are Transferred By Phone Co. J. L. CUTLER f* » t~^ >r »^/ Smorgasbord ON EASTER SUNDAY ENJOY EATING OUT AT IT'S FINEST OPEN ALL DAY mi Presbyterian church in Indianola, Cutler is also active in the Lions Club and Junior Chamber of Commerce there. Cutler and his wife, Carolyn, have a daughter, Tracy, 19 months. Mrs. Cutler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Intermill of Titonka. R. A. OPSETH R. A. Opseth has been promoted to Service Forman for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Indianola, according to a company announcement. He replaces J. L. Cutler, formerly of Algona, who has been named Service Supervisor for the firm in Ames. A native of Wathena, Kansas, Opseth graduated from high school there, then served three years in the Navy before starting with the Telephone Company as a lineman at Spencer in 1960. He also worked in plant department assignments in Cherokee before coming to Algona as equip- mentman in 1963, the position he now leaves. A member of the First Baptist church, Opseth has served as Scoutmaster of Troop 70. Opseth and his wife, Jeanne, have three sons, Richard, 4, Ronald, 3, and Roger, 19 months. Cutler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler of Algona, will be ( responsible for Supervision of Installation and Maintenance for the Ames office. A native of Algona, Cutler graduated from high school here then attained a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Engineering at Iowa State University. He started with the telephone company in Pocahontas in 1959 and after working on assignments in Cherokee and Des Moines, was named service fore- mixn at Indianola, the post he now leaves. A member of the Trinity United Honor LuVerne Couple On Silver Wedding LUVERNE - An anniversary dinner was held April 4 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer at their home. It was their 25th anniversary. - o - Mrs. Bertha Nelson of Frost, Minn., has been visiting at her daughters home, the Earl Hansel- mans. The Biddies and Kiddies Card Club met at the home of Doris Johns. High went to Kay Henderson, low, Pat Ramus, travel, Dorothy Strand, nine bids to Marcia Arends. Shelly Ann, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause was baptized at the Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday, April 4.Spon- sors were Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Howard Krause. Dinner guests recently at the Richard Krause home were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobsen and family of Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel of Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krause, Emma Krause, Martha Hinp and Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Mueller and Joel. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimler left April 3 for Clarence, Iowa to stay with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Friery. Later they left by train to Las Vegas to spend three weeks with their daughter Shirley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfeiffer. A group of ladies surprised Bernice Cox at her home with a birthday cake. They were Ardis Rockwood, Faye Lichty, Myrtle Richardson and Harriet Schultz. Dinner guests at the John Cox home were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hough and Leslie of Minneapolis, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Heiter and sons Roger, John and Ricky. Dinner guests at the John Cox home were the J. R. Houghs of Plover. Recent guests at the Stanley Egel home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rennenger. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf went to Grundy Center to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Harpers. On the way home they stopped in Mason City to see their daughter Sally, the Darrell Ludwigs. Ladies attending the Farm Bureau meeting in Algona recently were Rosie Hardcopf, Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Mrs.. Melvin Marty, Mrs. Vernon EgglestonandMrs. Dwight Savage. The annual meeting of the Wo- mens Society of Christian Service was held at Clarion on April 1, and LuVerne women attending were Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs. John Voss, Jr., Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Bill Goetsch, Mrs. Dorothy Usher, Mrs. Allen Blake, Mrs. Duane Neal and Lucinda Stone. Mr, and Mrs. Bryan Stewart and Mrs. John Cox attended the funeral of Mrs. Julie Jergenson at Eagle Grove. Guests at the home of Faye Lichty was her son, the De Rae Lichtys of Mason City. Ladies Auxiliary met last week at the city hall. The topic was Child Welfare. Hostesses were Marjorie Shelton and Lucinda Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry attended the Kossuth County Beef Producers Annual meeting and Banquet at the Garrigan High School in Algona. Guests recently at the Howard Curry home in Bode in honor of the April birthdays of Diane, Pam, Irene and Owen Curry, were Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mltsven and Marilyn of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Esther Curry of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber attended the funeral of Ben Walker at the Methodist Church in West Bend. A card club met at the home of Martha Schneider. High went to Mrs. Eli Eager and low to Mrs. Nora Gronbach. Guests were Mrs. Adolph Koester and Amelia Hanselman. LuVerne Grabs Host Of Awards In Music Events On April 9 and 10, vocal and instrumental students of LuVerne Community School participated in the small groups contest at Gilmore City. The following ratings were received: Superior: Linda Daley, Suzanne Dudley, Monnie Hanson, Luana Lqek, Qlara Sqhnakenberg, Elaine, Sc^nalcenberg, Henry S,ch-' nakenberg, Earl Will; Clairlnet quartet of Earl Will, Elaine Schnakenberg, Luana Leek, and Linda Nelson. Excellent: Suzanne Blake, Jean Casey, Norma Heinen, Dennis Marty, Joel Mueller,David Naff- STORMOR & GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT DEALER Name the date... ^••^^^•^•^•^^^^•^^•^^••^•^••••^^^^^^•••^^•^^^•^^^••^^^^^•^^^^^^•••^^^M^^BM^H of your harvest when you \\ave2sTORMOR DRY-O-M ATION! 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For more information PHONE 295-3801 or WRITE Kyle Keith, Algona. ziger, Michael Pergande, Clara Schnakenberg, Connie Schnetzer, Duane Will, Gretchen Zentner; Baritone trio of Normi Heinen, LeRoy Hanson, and Danny Block; Clarinet quartet of Connie Sanford, Barbara Hurlburt, Coleen Johns, and Connie Schnetzer; Girl's Sextet of Coleen Johns, Gretchen Zentner, and Connie Schnetzer, Mixed Double Quartet of Suzanne Dudley, Clndi Rugg, Nancy Brink, KrisMerriam, Linda Daley, Elaine Schnakenberg and Dawn Lindebak, Ron T ranger, Bart Selby, Jerry Brls- tow, John Wickett; Trumpet Quartet of MDiinie Hanson, David Naffziger, Dennis Marty, and Doug Nelson; and Drum Duet of Mary Hanselman and Kris Hanselman. On Tuesday, April 27, at 7:30, the band and chorus will present a spring concert. The public is cordially invited to attend. Thimday, April 15, 1965 Algono, (la.) Upper DM Moih«-9 County Pupils On Dean's List The winter quarter dean's list for scholarship found several from Kossuth county named, for maintaining a 3.5 average or above. From Algona were JoelA.Mc- Neill and Vicki M. Steil. From Bancroft, David L. Kollasch, from Ledyard, Roger Green, from Ottosen, Sarah Usher, from Titonka, Mary E. Doyken and Kathleen Eden, and from Whittemore, Earl H. Maahs. Flares Stolen Charles Plathe, county supervisor, reported this week some one had removed or stolen flar- es which had been set out by county crews on the road leading to Call State Park. It was later revealed by Al Boekelman, chief of police, this is an indictable offense, for anyone it move or take any signs or fla.as. This is punishable by a fine of not more than $500 or one year in jail. Take time to laugh - it is the m isic of the soul. Trinity Church Easter Program Is Scheduled Trinity Lutheran chnrch of Algona has announced the following services to be held: April 15 7:30, reception of new members, holy communion service; April 16, 12-3, special services, six pastors, 7:30 p.m. Holy communion service; April 18, 5, Sunrise service at Starlight Drive-in Theater, 6 - 7:45 Easter breakfast, 8 Easter Matin service, 9:15 Easter Sunday School and Bible Class, and 10:30 Easter Festival Service. TAYLOR'S $50,000 OEAMCE NOW IN FULL SWING! OUR SALE THE PAST WEEK WE'RE ABSOLUTELY GOING TO REDUCE DON'T WAIT TOO LONG NO REASONABLE HAS BEEN VERY SUCCESSFUL. OUR INVENTORY FURTHER THIS YOUR CHOICE MAY BE GONE. OFFER REFUSED! 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