The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 9
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Ledyard High Senior Class Of 1965 JUDY BERG Edfjlf Grove JC OEANNA BRANDT JON DfBOER ISU JOYCE HURLBURT EstVifrvillp JC SHIRIEY JOHNSON Beauty Srh JOAN KEEFF Fsthprvilln JC FAYE KRAMERSMEIER Undecided DELOREG KREBSBACH Beauty Sch •"'1 EUGENE LLOYD Mwon City JC OARLENE LOGEMANN Wartburg MONICA MUNYER College JOHN PEDERSEN Waldorf MARK SMITH Undecided DIANNE WATERHOUSE I S U DENNIS WICKWIRE Greer Inst. 10—Algona, (la.) Upper Dti Moirm Thunday, May 27, 1965 Award Night And Promotion Held, Titonka TITONKA - Award Night and Eighth Grade Promotion were held May 18 at Titonka high school auditorium. Junior high awards were presented by Lyle Patter son to grade 7 and Mrs. Doris Sathoff, grade 8. Honor student was Cheryl Cunningham and Best Citizen Award to Donavan Giesklng. Twenty-eight students In grade 8 receiving promotion certificates were James Bahling, Darrel Beenken, Barbara Boeckholt, Calvin Boekelman, Karen Brandt, Robert Brandt, Arvin Burkhart, Cheryl Cunningham, Penny Countryman, Joanne Engelbarts, Donavon Glesking, Russel Harms, Jean Haverly, Donald Hilbert, Rodney Isebrand, Carol Janssen, Henry Mayland, Mardean Meier, Darwin Michaelson, Stuart Pannkuk, Keith Rode, Ann Sexton, Joleen Seper, Jocelyn Stecker, Julia Stoddard, Paul Tapper, Cheryl Walrod and Barbara Zwiefel. Certificates were presented to the students by Supt. George L. Roberts. The senior class poem was read by Sharon Eden. Ninth grade awards were presented by Terry Myers. The senior class will was read by Keith Brandt, after which grade 10 awards were presented by Loren Burnett. Eleventh grade awards were given by Floyd Welander. The senior class prophecy was read by Linda Krantz and Mrs. Betty Brandt presented awards to grade 12. Roger Tjarks received the special F. F. A. award. Principal Robert Sinclair presented outstanding achievement awards as follows; Citizenship, Carolyn Engelbarts and Keith Brandt; athletics, Keith Brandt and Patricia Welander; dramatics, Verlus Burkhard and Linda Fritz; and music, James Rode and Carolyn Engelbarts. Young people confirmed May 16 at Doan Methodist church were James Bahling, Cheryl Cunningham and Barbara Zwiefel, and at Titonka Methodist church were Calvin Boekelman, Mardean Meier, Ann Sexton, Julia Stoddard and Cheryl Walrod. Titonka Woman's Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Homer Downs. Mrs. Henry Orthel presented a travelogue on Ireland. V. F. W. Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the home of Elizabeth Gerdis. Fourteen members and one visitor were present, and the door prize was won by Dora Brandt. Mrs. Gerit DeWaard, rural chairman for Buffalo twp. 1965 Cancer Drive, reports total contributions of$113.50. Helpers in the drive were Ted DeBoer, Jr., Arnold Brandt, and Mesdames George Alke, Lester Eden, Merle Hoover, Eugene Huff, Carl Mayland, Arthur Peterson, John S. Rippentrop and E. Van Weidon. Cub Scouts and their families enjoyed a picnic supper at Lions Park Monday evening. This is the final meeting until the pack reorganizes in the fall. in Bible School FENTON - Vacation Bible School at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, will begin on May 31 and classes will be held mornings on weekdays through June 11, starting at 8 a. m. There will be aprogram at the end of the Bible School. Sentral Holds Award Ceremonies FENTON - Surprise awards Tuesday at the annual "Award Night" at Sentral Community High School auditorium were the presentation of money corsages and boutonnleres to. the music Instructors, Mr. andMrs. Warren Jones and Leroy Bras, by the Sentral Band Mothers. High school students participating: In music received treble clef pins from the Band Mothers for performances by the music groups this year In state' competition. Some seniors In vocal and Instrumental music were presented special awards. These went to Carol Zumach tor vocal music and to David Matthiesen tor Instrumental. Mrs, Jon Johnson, speech director at Sentral, also received a money corsage from the students she coached In state contest competition. Athletic, music, commercial and homemaklng awards were presented by the coaches and teachers. Miss Rolling Is May Queen At Bancroft Both St. John's and public grade school will close this week with commencement at St. John's at 2:30 Sunday, May 30. Crowning of the May Queen took place after 7 o'clock mass in St. John's church. Dorothy Rolling was crowned Queen of the Blessed Virgin. Gloria Faber, Pamela Kadow and Kathy Priester were the attendants. Dorothy will graduate from high school May 30 and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rolling. - o - Mrs. H. K. Lampe, Mary Ann and Darrell, Cedar Rapids, brought her mother, Mrs. F. X. Wilhelmi, to her home after spending several weeks with the Lampe family. Ruth Adolphson and her aunt, Emma Adolphson, 94, Ft. Dodge, spent Saturday with old friends here and visited old > neighbors, the Tom Garry family. Mrs. Mary Stauder slipped and fell when getting out of the bath tub and fractured the middle finger on her right hand. Ed Schiltz and Dennis McCleish spent the weekend fishing in northern Minn. Banns of marriage were published Sunday In St. John's church for Royalee Sankey and William Wermers. Offer 65,000 Bu. Sealed Corn On Bid Basis Richard 1. Anderson, chairman of the Kossuth County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee, today advised that approximately 65,000 bushels of CCC bin site stored corn are being offered for sale on the basis of sealed competitive bids. All bids for the purchase of this corn must be received in the County ASCS office on or before 3:00 p. m., May 26, 1965. Prospective bidders may make arrangements with the County ASCS office to examine the grain being offered for sale. All firms or individuals who are interested in bidding on the sale of this grain should contact the County ASCS office for complete information and tht necessary forms on which to submit offers. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS I Lone Rock! By Mrs. A. A. Krueger Lotts Creek Ladies Aid met May 14 with Mrs. Leonard Pompe leading the mission topic and Rev. Vehllng the topic "Forgiveness Without Repentance." School children had a Mother's Day program. Guests were Mrs. Fred Doettcher, Mrs. Roland Baxter and Mrs. Emil Haack. Hostesses were Mrs. Voiding and Mrs. Eugene Vaudt. Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander, Algona, were weekend fishing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus. Mrs. Willis Cotton entertained a birthday group of ladles in honor or Mrs. E. A. Lee'sbirth- day Saturday afternoon. Other guests were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Melford Mitchell and Mrs. Frank Flaig. The Melvln Meyer family, Swea City, visited at the A. A. Krueger home Saturday evening in honor of her mother, Mrs. Krueger's birthday. American Legion will be in charge of Memorial Day exercises to be held in Lone Rock at 9 o'clock on Main Street and then proceed to the Fenton twp. cemetery where the firing squad will be and about 9:45 at the Lotts Creek cemetery Rev. Fred C. Preul will give the message at Lone Rock and Rev. Vehling will give the message at Lotts Creek. The elementary grade band will also be a part of the day's exercises. Mrs. Jesse Blanchard entertained Saturday at a coffee party in honor of Mrs. A. A. Krueger's birthday. Other guests Included Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Arden Hovey, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Willis Cotton and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth. Visitors at the DaleWegener's Saturday night were the Bud Miller family. The Dale Wegener family attended the wedding Sunday of Marva Rath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rath at Ida Grove. She was married to Lonnie Bennings- dorf, also of Ida Grove. Others from here who attended were the Junior Hurlburts, the Merwin Hurlburts and the Maurice Welsbrods. Mrs. Marie Schmeling, Whittemore, was a Sunday visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Claussan and Lana, Swea City, were also callers at the Schroeder home, Mrs. Mary Genrich returned home Wednesday alter spending three weeks at the home of her son, Bernard, Houston, Texas, and two weeks at the Mainard Genrich home at Carthage, Mo. She flew from Houston to Joplin, Mo. It was her first plane ride and decided it was the way to travel. Mrs. August Will and her father, Jesse Speraw, Winnebago, Minn., called on Mrs. Amanda Pettlt Sunday. Mrs. Glen Householder and Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder and boys, Omaha, Nebr., returned Sunday from Hackensack, Minn, where they had been fishing for a few days. Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Mrs. Clair Bollinger visited Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Don Knedler, Algona. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. HenryTrenkamp celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a M.iss of Thanksgiving M iv 8 at Preston. Sister Bernard M try of Mi. St. Clare Convent, a granddaughter, played the organ and she and her father, Bernard, sang the M.iss. M.iss servers were: Richard, Deiuiis ajid Roger Trenkamp. An open house to honor the couple was held in Preston Town Hall followed by a program presented by the grandchildren and great grandchildren. 4 Corners M-D Club Discusses Places To Visit Four Corner Mothers' and Daughters club met at the home of Marguerite Kollasch with Darlene Walker a co-hostess. Roll call was answered by thirty members, "A place of interest 1 would like to visit." Loretta Broesder and Opal Simpson were in charge of the program. A reading was given by Marlys BJustrom. Helen Simpson sang a couple of songs. Ray McWhorter showed slides of their trip to the Hawaiian Islands, which were very interesting. Next meeting will be one week early on June 3 at Good Hope church. Please note the change of the date. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Uiher Illllllllllll Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wehr- spann of Omaha, Nebr., are parents of a 7 lb., 11 oz. daughter, Jodie Sue, born May 2. They also have a daughter, Tammy, three years old. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann are the p&teroaV grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Anthony and Ronald attended graduation of their daughter and sister, Suzanne, from a two- year business course at Waldorf College at Forest City Sunday. They attended baccalaureate services In the morning and commencement in the afternoon. Mrs. Conrad Johnson's 26first grade class went to Humboldt Wednesday where they visited the hatchery and the greenhouse. Dwayne Haug, son of Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug has been selected by the American Legion to attend Hawkeye Boys State at Camp Dodge at Des Moines, June 6-12. Mrs. Earl Olson returned home from Iowa City Thursday. Her husband is making satisfactory improvement following heart surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and family attended the wedding of her brother, Gerald Benjamin, to Delores Dana at the Methodist church at Perry Sunday. Vacation Bible School will be held at the Lutheran church June 1-11, from 8:30 until 11:30 in the mornings. Any child is welcome to attend, whether they belong to the church or not. Lenhard Holden was taken to Lutheran hospital Thursday with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and Mrs. Earl Olson attended funeral services for Mrs. Ole Doeringfeld at Gllmore City. Mrs. Eugnen Waltman returned from Lutheran hospital Saturday, after being a medical patient there 19 days. Their oldest daughter had been staying with the Louis Jacobsons and the three younger children with relatives in Des Moines. The children are all home now and her mother, Mrs. George Nolte of Corning, is staying with them a week. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Frohling and family of Guthrie Center were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Frohlings. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kelvos of Garden Grove, Cal. were Thursday morning visitors at the Howard Hellicksons. Margaret Holt was an evening caller. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Honn of Humboldt were Sunday callers at the W. G. Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor ajid Jerry of Austin, Minn, were Sunday guests at the Howard Hellicksons and all visited Mrs. Hannah Hellickson near Hardy in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lehnus of Rolfe vivited Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen Sunday. Fenton Chit - Chat Mrs. John Munch returned Sunday frnm the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville, and she will no* l« living at home. Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe were Mrs. Vivian Butterfield of Swea City and Mrs. Jean E. Olson and children of Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Those present at a Sunday picnir dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl were Mr. and Mrs. John Hovey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan, Bonnie and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Jane, Mrs. Terry Juhl and Darci, and Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and boys of Oelwein. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Naig and family and Mrs. Elmer Naig of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell left Tuesday for Marble Rock, Iowa where they were to attend Commencement exercises on Wednesday evening for their granddaughter, Mircia Mailer. The Dorothea Circle of the Fenton Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, with fifteen members present. The co-hostess was Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, Meditation was led by Mrs. Ralph Nichols, and Mrs. Dennis Hendricsen gave the program. Plans were discussed for the next year. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Fort Dodge and Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn and family had Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Ernst of Humboldt. Miss Georgia Marlow of Algona visited with Mrs. William Bruhn on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause are parents of a baby girl born Thursday^ May 20, at Algona. They have named their daughter Lynnette Kay. Other children of the Krauses are two boys and a girl. A girl weighing 7 and 1/2 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Noel Westlind of Devil's Lake, North Dakota on Sunday, May 23, She is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson of ; ' Fenton. The Westlinds have lived * at Devil's Lake since last fall, where he has been attending college. He will receive his degree in accounting at graduation exercises this Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and sons spent Sunday at the parental Glenn Hoppe home, rural Truman. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hill and children of Webster City spent Friday night and Saturday with the Olaf Oftedahls. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Morrow and family at Martensdale, Iowa, last Sunday and attended the Ice Follies in Des Moines. The Virginia Circle of the Fenton Methodist Church met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Clarence Underwood. Mrs.EarlLufkinwas co-hostess. The devotions were led by Mrs. Fred Mortenson, and the lesson, "Money, a Tool for Fulfillment," was given by Mrs. Jack Gerhart. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe for Sunday dinner in honor of Carl's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe and Joel, Bill Weisbrod of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Larson and Dawn of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramsey and Jeanne of Mason City, Mr. andMrs.Dennis Priebe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schmidt and Brent, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt and Ricky of Estherville, Rita Luedtke, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys. Guests for Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer following Nancy's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loss and family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wlchtendahl, James and Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. JohnSchallin, Mrs. Emma Dreyer and Mrs. Marie Dreyer. Confirmation dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers after Gary's confirmation Sunday were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer, Kathie Devan, Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers, Mrs. Gus Krause, Roger Elmers and Miss Kathy Matheson of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Ladell Olson and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Elmers and family of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen and boys of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and family of Ringsted, Mr. Ed Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Manly and Lori, Mrs. Ella Meyer of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt of Lakota, Julie Kramer, and Mrs. Max Bierstedt, Lisa and Ann of Denver. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller in honor of Nick's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Volgt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mrs. Edna Mueller, and Peggy and Lois Voigt of Cedar Falls. Guests of Mr.andMrs.Willard Menz Sunday for a dinner in honor of Colleen's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischllles, and Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei and family. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Elmer Ostwald and Mrs. Frieda Zimmerman. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aspholm and family of Manson and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Licht and family of Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. Avery Johnson of Aryshire and Mrs. Leah Matthiesen of Curlew were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen. Mr. and Mrs.EwaldKohlwesof Austin, Minnesota and Mrs. Ida Dreyer were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Kohlwes of Belmond. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pergande and family of Stanhope, Iowa. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miller and girls of Fair- mont, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krause and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra. A family dinner was held Sunday at the Clayton Dltsworth home to observe the birthday of Reba Ditsworth of Laurens. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown and David of Gruver and Mrs. Ernest Wetzel and Charles of Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Mrs. Wetzel's husband, Major Wetzel, is an army chaplain and was sent to Santo Domingo, the capitol of the Dominican Republic, about two weeks ago. She is now visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orvie Solmonson of rural Estherville. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Turmo of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, and Carl Mortenson of Armstrong. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder and family TREAT THE GRADUATES to a delicious Smorgasbord SUNDAY Serving 5 to 9 P. M. For Reservation calli 235-3769 DINE 8, DANCE at HAND'S PARK Lakota Firemen's Benefit Dance, Sat., May 29 of Omaha, who are spending a two week vacation visiting "It looks great, Pop!" Even Junior points with pride to the fresh new beauty of his nursery walls. They've just been painted with new one-coat vinyl DA-TEX wall paint —a latex paint unlike any you have ever used. This new DA-TEX, developed by Davis Paint Company and advertised in LIFE magazine, rolls or brushes on smoothly. If you touch up later it shows no laps or telltale traces. The reason? It's Densi-tized. New DA-TEX has a heavier body. You get less drip, less spatter. Dries quickly. Guaranteed washable. Choose from decorator colors at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. "Living"! 1 Bra 2" Rtg.3.95 Blat'Cut tide panel* move with you, breathe with you. Lace cupt. White. "Living" Stretch Strap Bra 2 95 R.fl. 3.95 Adjustable cushioned stretch straps ... sheer elastic back. White. 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They're two of the greatest electric labor-savers—the electric dishwasher, and the electric waste disposer, two more ways to help you live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities

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