The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1965 · Page 9
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Sharon Smith Of Algona To Mexico School Sharon Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, will leave June 24 to go to Guadelajara, Mexico, where she will participate in seven weeks' schooling. She will leave Tucson by chartered night June 26 and will return August 10. Sharon, who will be a junior at University of Iowa next fall, will live with a Mexican family and will be able to speak Spanish with them and learn their culture. Sharon's major is in education, with a minor in Spanish. Available to her in the summer course will be grammar, conversation and literature. The course is under the sponsorship of Stanford University. Side trips to many places will be available, including visits to Urupan, Chapala and Tequila where Sharon will visit a glass factory. Graduates Are Honored At St. Joe Ritual ST. JOE - St. Joseph's Parish grade and high school graduates attended Mass Sunday, May 30, in St. Joseph's church as a group with the seniors wearing caps and gowns. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher was celebrant of the Mass. Grade graduates are Mary Becker, Christine Berte, Donald Berte, Michael Berte, Louis Bormann, Nicholas Capesius, Richard Kayser, James Kellner, Thomas Kisch, Daryl Koolhaas, Dwight Kohlhaas, Marvin Kohl- baas, Yvonne Kohlhaas, Lawrence Kollasch, John McGuire, Thomas McGuire, Darlene Plathe, Larry Reding, Mary Reding, Suzanne Reding, Norman Schneider and Ruth Ann Streit. High school graduates were Charles Becker, Phillip Bormann, Thomas Capesius,. Raymond Erpelding, Richard Kirsch, Randall Kollasch, Gary Kramer, Jerald Thilges, Harlan Weydert, Helen Berte, Rose Marie Freilinger, Rosa Lee nig, Lucille O'Brien, Kristine Plathe, Barbara Thilges, Charles Thilges, Georgia Thul, Mary Lou Wagner and Mary Sue Zeimet, * * * INCOMING STUDENTS Registration of first grade students for the 1965-66 school year In St. Joseph's school was made with the members of the class with the parents' names as follows: Ann Berte (AMn), Marjorie Berte (Vernon), Thomas Berte (Charles), Dean Bormann (Roger), Karl Bormann (Clarence), Sherry Bormann (Harold), Timothy Bormann, (RalpbX Lawa Freilinger (Walter), Diane Fridays (MarU^ Dolores Gales <E, M,X Allan Kirscb, (Robert), Edward McGuire (Ed- Kenneth McGwire Martin McGuire (Leonard), Barbara Reding (Peter), John Reding (Maurice), Dennis Salz (CletusX Kay Streit (Bernard), Linda Thilges (Mark), and Philip Thilges (Paul). * * * Vacation also brings changes for the Sisters with their plans for the summer: Sister M. Sarah, Briar Cliff College, Sioux City; Sister M. Michael and Sister M. Misael, both to Loras College, Dubuque; Sister M. Alfred, Sister M. Celestine, Sister M. Eleanor, Sister M. Jolande and Sister M. Anatasia all to Briar Cliff College, Sioux City and Sister M. Iva to Notre Dame, Indiana. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding and Kenneth, Howard Kohlhaas and Alvin Bormann attended the graduation exercises at Loras College, Dubuque, on Sunday, May 30, with James Erpelding a member of the class. Math Zeimet returned home on Sunday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, where he had been a medical patient. Mrs. Peter C. Reding entered St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, as a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding, Sr. Algona, are staying here with their son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker and family spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Don Besch in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mrs. Besch is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Becker. Nick Erpelding, Candice Erpelding and Tom Theissen from _ St. Joe, Minn, called on rela-" tives here and attended the Garrigan graduation exercises. Nick was a member of this class before moving to Minnesota last fall. He will graduate on Sunday, June 6. Carol Erpelding, Denver, Colorado, returned Monday after a several days visit here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding and family and attended graduation with her brother, Raymond, a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert entertained in their home on Sunday night with 60 relatives and friends attending in obsertr vance of the graduation of their son, Harlan, from Garrigan. Out of the state guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weydert and Nancy, Adams, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Siffing, Austin, Minn., and Joyce Capesius, St. Petersburg, Florida. * * * C. D. of A. Court St. Joseph will meet on Wednesday, June 16 instead of June 9 for their regular monthly meeting with installation of officers the main business. Committee in charge of arrangements will be Mrs. Don Reding, Mrs. Ralph Bormann, Mrs. Bill Bormann, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Bob Bormann and Mrs. Wm. B. Devine. Mrs. Mary Kayser, Algona, and her daughter Mrs. Jim Chambers and daughter Lynn, Ft. Dodge, were callers here Tuesday, June 8, 1965 rAlgona, (la.) Upper Des Moines recently with relatives and friends. Mrs. Harold Bormann, Mark, Michael, Shari and Marian from here and Mrs. Bormann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kollasch, Whittemore, spent the weekend with Sister Mary Benedict at St. Benedict's Convent, Madison, Wise. Sister Benedict is also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reding and family and Mr. Reding's mother, Mrs. John B. Reding spent last weekend with Sister Mary Madeline, O. S. F. at Holy Ghost Convent, Dubuque. keep your home ...cool r. clean with ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONING Cool comfort, night and day, all summer long—that's the big advantage of electric air conditioning. But electric air conditioning also helps keep your home clean—and quiet! With windows closed, you • shut out noise from outside • keep out dirt—and the air conditioner filter blocks out dust and dirt, too. To keep cooler this summer—and to keep your home cleaner and quieter—see your dealer about electric air conditioning—another way to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities This is afleen ® In Black, White, Hot Pink, Turquoise Coy in a white trimmed cotton knit bicycle shirt with its sweater type knit. S,M,L. $5.98 This is Aileen. Ahead in a pair of pull on stretch jamaicas with an elasticized waist band, 80% cotton, 20% nylon. 5-15. 6-16. $4.98 In Black, White, Hot Pink, Turquoise The prettiest sailor around in a nautical cotton knit shirt with contrasting white border and detail. Back zipper for easy getting into, S,M,L. |$,|g This is Aileen, Playing the field in a pair of stretch jamaicas with an elapticized waist band. 80% cotton, 20% nylon. 5-16. 6-16. 94.M

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