The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1965
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Algeria, (ta.) Upp«r D«t Moln«- Tu**doy, Jun« a, 1965 Burt Class 1930 Holds Reunion Nine Of 17 Reunite With Former Supt. BURT - Members of the 1930 graduating class of Burt high school held their first reunion in 35 years at the Cunningham Tea Room, Burt on May 29. Roll call was conducted by Donald Weir, Estherville, superintendent in 1930 and was answered by nine of the original members. Each responded with a review of his life since graduation. Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, (Florence Stow), was in charge of the program and entertainment. Included was the reading of the class prophecy will, history and motto, climaxed with a school bus ride to the school and a tour of the school house by custodian Paul Hasse. Attending the reunion were Supt. and Mrs. Donald Wier, Estherville, Erna Peterson Nelson and her husband, Davenport, Iowa; Mrs. lona Moyer Stoffel, Emmetsburg; Raymond Riddle and wife, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Isabel Leeck Sabin and her husband, Burt; Florence Stow Godfredson and husband, Humboldt; Marilda Pratt Elvidge and husband; Harriet Schrader Black and husband Stanley, Burt; and Helen Schwietert, Burt. Class members unable to be present included Dorothy Steward Meinzer, Dexter, Minn.; Helen Thompson Lathrop, Portland, Oregon; Lyle Godfredson, Spirit Lake; Edward Paine, Panorama City, Calif.; Edna Bunkofske Clark, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Margaret Morness Elmore, Toledo, Ohio; Helen Schrader Osborn, Houston, Tex.; and Wendell Patterson, Chicago Heights, 111. The group voted before they parted to meet again in five years. - o - BROWNIE "FLY-UP" Nine Brownie Scouts were presented to Junior Girl Scout leader, Mrs. Russell Patterson in the official Brownie "Fly-Up" ceremony held Thursday at the city hall. Mrs. Jim Fries, Brownie leader presented the following Cheryl and Carol Behrends, Mary Studer, Patty Grubb, Michelle Wagner, Gail Giddings, Cheryl Batt, Rochelle Sarchet and Kathi WoltZ. . , ,;. ... . '', - Or !• Memorial weekend guests at the parental F. L. Pratt home were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Elvidge and sons, Colesburg, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wester and family, Worthington. The 0NE D6LUIR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after 8 p.m. or anytime on Sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Bell Elvidges also visited with his mother, Mrs. Bertha Elvidge. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreason attended commencement exercises at Lakota high school and were guests at a reception following at the Steven Tjaden home in honor of their son, Stanely, valedictorian of the class. Stanley was also recipient of the Dr. William scholarship,* the representative boy award, and scholarship award. Burt relatives attending apre-^ graduation gathering honoring Maureen O'Brien at the home of her parents, the Loyola O'Brien's, Algona, were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreaseq, Celia Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreasen. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd and family, Shenandoah, flew to Burt in their family plane to visit her mother, Mrs. Celia Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pringle and family, Council Bluffs, visited over Memorial weekend with her mother, Mrs. Kate Groen and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen spent Monday evening at the Walter Post home at Clear Lake. The birthday of Mr. Post was observed. Mrs. Andreasen is a niece. Mrs. Jack Gifford and children, Ft. Dodge, visited with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Gertie Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Madsen, Jr. and family, George, Iowa, spent Memorial weekend with his parents, the Wm. Madsen's, Sr. Mrs. Viola McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. S. R, Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith and Mr. and Mrs, Krerett Hanna were among relatives attending commencement at Algona and a reception following at the Clarence Canaday home, Irvington, honoring his son, Steven, a member of the graduating class. Saturday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook were his mother, Mrs. Lillian Cook, Mingo, la., Mrs. Alta Albright and Miss MariannaReiken, Des Moines and Mrs. Eva Mittag, Algona. Mrs. James Schenck arrived home the end of the week after a three-week's stay in a Mason City hospital where she underwent major surgery. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Saunche of Eau Clair, Wis. spent the Memorial Weekend in the parental P. C. Haynes home. Maurice Becker of Grant, Mich, enlisted in the National Guard and left May 31 for a camp in Kentucky for 6 months training. Sister Giovanni and Sister Michelene of Milwaukee, Wis. spent several days over the memorial weekend in the parental Vic Loebig home. They were Saturday guests In the Leonard Arndorfer home. Mrs. Loebig who had been a patient in the Britt hospital several days entered Westview Retirement Home at Britt Thursday. Mrs. Helen Youngwirth, the Luke, Johnny and Larry Young- wirths, Joe Kriepses and Harold Martineks attended Corwith- Wesley graduation exercises May 25. They all attended a reception at St. Mary's parish hall for Bill Youngwirth, WILTGEN'S Q 00000000000*5" SPECTACULA CHINA SILVER STAINLESS STEEL SALE! 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