The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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49 Named To Honor Roll At Twin Rivers The following of the Twin Rivers Community High School student body achieved the academic honor roll for the third quarter of the 1964-1965 school year. In order to make the honor roll a student must have a 3.00 average or above. FRESHMEN Steve Bergum, 3.20, Janice Bjordal, 3.40, Kathy Jacobson, Craig Kinseth, and Cynthia Lempke, 3.00; Douglas Logue, 3.60; Dale Rossing, 3.00; Marjorie Thompson, 3.60; Marlyce Tompkins, 3.00 and Linda Vosberg, 4.00. SOPHOMORES: Carlene 3.80- David Hoyt 4.00; Dennis Kissinger 3.00; Barbara Kozajda 3.20; RobertaRolland3.00;Trudy Rossing 3.60; David Smith 3.75; Geri Vedvik 3.60; Richard Zeimet 3.80. JUNIORS: Jerry Berge 3.00; Bob Cooper 3.20; Meg Holmes 3.75 Virginia Kemna 3.60; Edward Miller 3.80; Joyce Morey 3.00; Kathy Myers 3.25; Terry Nelson 3.00; Peggy Olson 3.25; Renee Pool 3.25; Bob Roethler 4.00; Liz Wickre 4.00 and Marilyn Zeman 3.50. SENIORS: Margaret Bakken and RondaMarton 3.25; Bob Bjordal 3.00; Cathy Collins 3.50; Kristie Erdman 3.00; Judy Carman 4.00;DavidGraaf, DonGron- bach 3.00;. Mary Hawkins 3.25; Gracia Kraabel 3.50; Esther Mackintosh 3.75; Mary Miller 3.50; Rita Nielsen 3.25; James Oppedahl 3.80; Cynthia Rolland and Gloria Tofteberg 3.25; Virginia Tompkins 3.00. SEE UTT NOW FOR YOUR NEW HOME WIRING OR REMODELING* SEE US FOR ESTIMATE. WIRING BY CONTRACT — or — TIME & MATERIAL ALL WORK GUARANTEED UTT ELECTRIC "Wiring Connected or Corrected" ALGONA 295-2223 Ex-Lone Rock Man Passes At St. Paul LONE ROCK - Friends here were surprised to hear of the sudden death April 3 of Francis Fish, St. Paul. He lived here many years with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fish, and graduated from Lone Rock public school with the class of 1928. He is survived by his wife and family, one sister and twin brothers. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth, Armstrong, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ruth Krueger.' Lotts Creek Ladles Aid met April 9, with Rev. Vehling leading the topic. Mrs. Richard Kuecker had the mission topic and prayer. Mrs.OrvilleKressinwas nominated delegate to the L. W. M. L. convention in California, with Mrs. Rev. A. E. Vehling as alternate, Mrs. Thomas Sohuller and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth were hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Leo Wood and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke. The Melvin Meyer family, Swea City,and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Kermit Krueger and David Gade, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests of the A, A. Krueger's. Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Iowa City, spent from Tuesday to Sat. at the home of her parents, the E. A. Lees. ^^^ ^^^ ^m^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^*^ ~^^r -^^r -^^^ ~^^r -^fc^- -^^r -^^^- ~^g^ -^^^ -^^^ ~^^^ ~^m BE OUR GUEST! FRIDAY & SATURDAY, APRIL 23 - 24 COFFEE SERVED FROM 2-4 P.M. FRDAY REGISTER FOR FREE WESTIKGHOUSE 19" INSTANT ON PORTABLE TV REGISTRATION LIMITED TO ADULTS - NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN GRAND OPENING SPECIAL THIS RANGE (With Trade) PLUS King-Size Oven —even baking on any rack. Two Step Timer—automatically turns oven on/off at pre-set times. Full Coil Heating—surface units heat all over even at lowest settings, fine tune for infinite heat selection. Eye-Glance Controls—eliminate bending and peering. Single Dial Oven Control—starts oven, sets temperature in a single turn. Lift-Off Oven Door and Plug-Out Oven Heaters—for easy cleaning. SEE YOU FRIDAY SPECIAL PRICES on LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT REFRIGERATORS RANGES TV's & SATURDAY ENGSTROM APPLIANCE YOUR westinghouse Allan Luedtke Of Lone Rock To Boys State ALLAN LUEDTKE ALLAN MARLOW LONE ROCK - Allan Luedtke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Luedtke, Lone Rock, has been chosen to represent the Kerr- Hammerstrom post of the American Legion at Hawkeye Boy's State at Ft. Des Moines June 6-12. Allan is a junior at Sentral high school and is president of the class. He is a member of the chorus, boy's glee club and small groups. He participates in football, baseball and track. He belongs to Immanuel Lutheran Church and is president of the Walther League and sings in the choir. He belongs to the Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H club and is the president. He is also a member of; the Kossuth 'County Chorus. Allan Marlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Marlow has been chosen as alternate delegate. He plays football, baseball, basketball and takes part in track. He is a member of the Youth Group of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of her son, the E. A. Lees. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olthoff, Lakota, were Sunday visitors at the Roy Ennen home and evening guests were Mrs. Frauke Schadendorf, Lakota, and Mrs. Frieda Evans and son, Long Beach, Cal. The Wendell Steven family, Laurens, were Easter guests at the Don Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen, were Sunday callers at the home of her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton were Easter dinner guests at the home of their son, the John Cottons at Spencer. Guests Sunday at the home of Tena Jensen were the Roy Jensens, the Roger Jensen family, Otto Jensen, the Russell Jensen family, the OrvilleDeardorff family, Yale, and Mr. and Mrs, Jamie Jensen, Aberdeen, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thai and family, Cedar Falls, visited from Fririay to Sunday at the Jack Quinn home. Sunday dinner guests at the Neva Thompson home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Algona, Mrs. Adela Thompson and Charles, the Warren Thompson family, Swea City, Willard Thompson family and the Gary Schiltz family, Minneapolis. Charla Jo Walker, Algona, was a Saturday overnight guest ofher grandmother, Mrs. Rose Kraft. Visitors Friday evening at the Frank Flaig home was a 90 year old aunt of Mrs. Flaigs', Mrs. Edna Seifert, and her son Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Seifert from Farmer City, 111. Wednesday evening dinner guests at the John Hovey home were Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Jensen, Aberdeen, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schmidt and Mr. andMrs.Darrel Schmidt and Mike. Easter sunrise services were conducted Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church by the young people. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Fritz Newbrough home were Mr. and Mrs. L. Newbrough and Mr. and Mrs. Lavonne Smith and Kevin, Swea City. Maxine Marlow and children were Sunday callers at the Ed Ohm home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ohm and son, Avoca, spent Fri. and Sat. at the Ed Ohm home. MinOr CrasheS Thursday, April 22 f T965 Al gona (la.) Upper De, Continue To Plague City estimated damage to the Curran auto at $225, while there was no damage to the A LuVerne man, Joseph F. Cnrran, 75, was charged with improper passing following a minor collision of his car and a city street sweeper, driven by Donald T. Prew, 42, Algona, here on East Call street Thursday at 2:31 p.m. City police investigated and A day earlier at 3:10 p.m. autos driven by Jeanne Hemmingsen, 46, and H. C. Aillaud, 68, both of Algona, collided on East State street as the latter backed from a parking ppace. Damage to the autos was estimated at $110 by police who were called. New Hub Clerk Charles Baker, a native of Whittemore,' is the new clerk at the Hub Clothiers, replacing Wally Hill who took over active management of the Elk Cleaners, Monday, after being at the Hub for a number of years. Baker graduated from school at Whittemore, and spent four years in the navy, leaving service last August. 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Developed by Davis Paint Company, new DA-TEX is far better than old-style latex wall paints because it's Densi-tized. Its heavier body makes it cling to your brush or roller. There's less drip. Less spatter. Dries in only 23 minutes. You've read about one-coat vinyl DA-TEX in LIFE magazine; now try it for yourself. There's a wide choice of decorator colors at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. UNFINISHED FURNITURE ON DISPLAY Motorola's Finest 8 Transistor Shirtpocket Radio. Model XP73B, Colors: Beige or Charcoal: 8 Transistor, Personal Portable. Big. Rich Sound. Plays on Batteries or AC Plug-in with Power Supply (optional extra). Model X64> Colors: Blacker Brown. WE WILL BE DEMONSTRATING THE EASE & SPEED OF FINISHING UNFINISHED FURNITURE. 8 Transistors, Vernier Tun« ing, Battery Condition Switch, Control Cov«r. Plays on Batteries or AC Plug in with Power Supply (optional extra). Earphone Included. Model X61, Col- Orsv Black or Brown. 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