The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1965 · Page 9
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Tuesday, Sept. 41, 1963 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molne* New Officers Named By Burf High Classes UURT - Clas's meetings were held during the past week at Burt high school, with the following class officers elected; Seniors - Douglas Black, pres.; Duane Peter, vice-president; Claudeen Cranston, secretary; Robert Lovstad, treas.; Dallac Curtis, reporter; and Joe Fries and Robert Ortman, student council. Juniors - Boyd Bristow, pres.; Nancy Ackerman, vlce-pres.; Charlene Lappe, secretary; Clint Patterson, treas.; Paulette Arend, reporter. Sophomores - Scott Scheer, pres.; Sandra Ortman, vlce- pres.; Deborah Koolhaas, secretary; Deborah Stenzel, treas.; Gloria Heyes, reporter; and John Fries and Linda Becker, student council. Freshmen - Steven Scheer, pres.; Mark Mawdsley, vice- pres.; Janet Becker, secretary; Kathleen Patterson, treasurer; Patricia Shierbon, reporter; and Howard Batt, Jr. and Donna Larsen, student council. Eighth grade - Cynthia Chipman, pres.; Mark Cranston, vlce-pres.; Jill Smith, secretary; Gayle Wermers, treas.; Marilyn Cherland and Charles Redemske, student council. Seventh grade - Dale Fraser, pres.; John Chipman, vice- pres.; Rebecca Cranston, secretary; and Franklin Becker, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Batt spent the Labor Day weekend with relatives at Boone. Norman Hansen, LeRoy, Minn., spent the Labor Day weekend with his brother and family, the Harley Hansens. Catherine Trunkhlll, student at the Steward College of Hair Styling, Sioux City, spent the weekend at' the parental M. J. Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding, Valarie, Brad, Brenda and Vaughn were Sunday dinner guests at the P. W. Mariowhome. The first in a series of nine Algona circuit Lutheran Bible Institutes was held at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, Sunday, pastor Wm. Scheer, St. Ends Wednesday "VON RYAN'S EXPRESS" ALGONA FHURS. thru SAT SEPTEMBER 23-25 - 2 BIG FEATURES MOLL IS A SWINGIN' DOLL! IN IH[ WINK OF HER W VOU II KNOW THE RfASON WHY' FIRST v RON'. THE STORY OF A HOT-BLOODED GIRL IN A TIME WHENTHE.WORLD WAS 6KR-SO-W/CKfD! PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS KIM NOVAK I RICHARD JOHNSON • LILLI PALMER • LEO McKERN ANGELA LANSBURY- VITTORIO DeSICA THE AMOROUS ADVENTURES OF :MOLL FLANDERS" IN COIOR TCCHMISCQff* rCCMW/COiOA?, : A COLUMBIA RELEASE • SATURDAY MATINK AT 1:30 • ^rmr WVWPWWP^FWWW IWMr*9*V« MWBMP ofTexas COLOR by DC LUXE PIUS « COLOR CARTOONS John's Lutheran church, Burt, will be one of nine mlnleteVr from the Algona zone participating in this institute. He will be teaching classes on personal evangelism. Maahs Family Has Reunion At Whittemore WHITTEMORE - The immediate families of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs were home Sunday for a family reunion held in St. Paul's Lutheran school. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs, Jr., Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maahs family, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Maahs and family, Des Molnes, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers and Tammy and Steven, Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leu and family, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs; Tilford Egland, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schmeling and Everett and Evonne Maahs, Whittemore. - o Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Albert Lea, Minn., were hosts at a dinner at Albert Lea. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin J. Heidenwith, Swea City, Mrs. Hilda Wegener and Henry Kueck, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey, Britt and Mrs. Adelia Thompson, Lone Rock and their daughter Helen, Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers, Tammy and Steven, Rochester, Minn., were Saturday evening dinner guests with the former's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Siemsand Mrs. Lydia Wichtendahl, sister of Mr. Siems, left Monday morning of last week for the Dakota Bad Lands and Black Hills, and also took in the South Dakota State Fair. They returned home Friday evening. Mrs. Archie Voigt and Mrs. Edmund Elbert entertained the neighborhood ladies at a get-acquainted party for Mrs. Donald Anderson in the Voigt home, the Andersons recently moved here from Dakota, and purchased the former Voigt home. I-CFN Paul Koppenleft Monday for Norfolk, Va., after spending a 30-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koppen. SUNFLOWER The Frank Kuehls, Waukee, like to grow sunflowers in their garden to attract the birds. 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WAFFLE BAKER $19.88 DEEP FAT FRYER __ $12.88 Up G. E. ELECTRIC BLANKET $13.88 Up G. E. TOASTER $14.88 G. E. STEAM IRON $11.88 Up SHOP N-O-W FROM OUR LARGE STOCK I OPEN 7- 10P.M. WED. * MOONLIGHT MADNESS FREDERICK V & S HARDWARE 105 E. State Algona Ph. 295-5^2

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