The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1967 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1967
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12-A!gona, (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, April 20, 1967 U.S. Navy Band Coming May 2 Miibic lovers in this ;IITM will be very happy to learn Unit the U.S. Navy Band, a smash hit here a couple of years ago during an appearance at the Garri-;aii Ilhdi School auditorium, will itguin visit Al[;ona forapairofconceits May 2. The appearance, scheduled again at Garrigan for afternoon and evening performances, is being sponsored by the same organization, the Altjona Rotary Club. During the afternoon program which is entirely different than the evening show, 10 lucky high school musicians from this area will appear with the noted musical organization - am! practically the entire crowd at the performance will be band members and grade and high school students from this vicinity. Tickets are now on sale for the show at $1.50 for reserved seats and $1 general admission by members of the Rotary Club - and funds raised by the appearance (above and beyond the cost of bringing the band here) will be turned over to various charities lie re by the club. John Claude is chairman of the over-all committee on the project and Dick Thoreson is cochairman, diet Schoby is serving as program chairman and other chairmen are Bud Anderson, reception; John Love, tickets; Dean Kinsman, auditorium and ushers; and Dr. Don Kingfield, publicity. Rotary president is Gordon Schmidt. Adjectives used to describe the Navy Band are endless. "The World's Finest" perhaps best describes its personnel. The band has always appealed to funs of all ages, with its ultra-modern "Swingphonette" section giving sparkling personality to light operas and the latest swing rhythms. For true music fans, the appearance lie re is a "must". Kossuth People In Fore, District Legion Meet Eighth District American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will hold its spring conference at Webster City, Sunday, April 23. Bill Goetz of Wesley is 8th district commander and Mrs. Gus Simonsmoier of Ledyard is 8th district president. The Auxiliary registration will commence at 8 a. in. at the Elks building witli a coffee hour. Inter- demoninational services will be held at 11 a. in. There will be a joint banquet at noon at the Memorial Building. Those who will participate at the meetings from Kossuth county includes Mrs. Sinions- meier, district president; Mr. Goetz, district commander; Fr. Gerald Zemaii, district chaplain; Alvin Becker, Wesley, district adjutant; Mrs. Eugene Harson, Lone Rock; and Lyle "Bud" Anderson, Algona. Algona Senior Girl Scouts To Hampton Confab Patti Molacek, Donna Kenyon, Cindy Reding, Diane Reefer, Sharon Reilly, Linda Eischen, Susan McAtee, Peggy Zittritsch and Debbie Huber of Algona were in Hampton attending the Senior Girl Scout Conference for the North Iowa Council April 13-14. The council opened with a social hour in the high school gym and the banquet was held at the Methodist church at G:15. Robert Lux, head of the Charles City High School English Dept., talked and there was a judo exhibition. Workshops on a variety of iields were also held. Besides the girls listed above, others from Algona who graduated included Linda Hunt, Bea Kay Marshall and Mary Willrett. AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MIKE MOULTON, 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, will Ije confirmed by Rev. William R. Noland in the Methodist church May 7. On the same date, Moulton's daughter, Susan, student at Cornell College, will participate in the" Kipper Show", a water ballet. JOHN BRADLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley and a student at Creighton University in Omaha, spent last weekend with his family. LANCE JOHNSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and a student at Iowa State University at Ames, spent last weekend with his parents. MRS. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. George Sefrit entertained at a one o'clock luncheon and miscellaneous shower at the Johnson House Saturday for Corrine Shimel. Guests were the ladies of the choir of the Congregational church. Special guests were Miss Shimel's mother of demons, and two sisters, Mrs. Blake of Colfax and Mrs, Chavell of Marshalltown. JUDGE G.W. and Mrs. Stillman will be dinner guests in Sioux City Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hasscngcr. The Stillman daughter, Marcia, is married to Dan Jones, son of Mr. andl Mrs. Fred Jones. MARLYS LUPKES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkes and a student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent last weekend with her parents. MR. AND MRS. Donn Minnier of Scottsdale, Ariz., are building a new home there. Mrs. Minnier is the former Deanne Hutchison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison. MRS. WILLIAM F. Steele entertained her sewing club Monday evening. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan this weekend will be her father, Harry Crist of Stanwood. He will arrive today (Thurs.). MRS. BRADY Rovn and her daughter, the former Judy Rovn, and now Mrs. Don Hum, spent Thursday and Friday last week at Minneapolis where they visited the former Jean Rovn, and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Randal Shierk. Don Hum, recently discharged from service, is now employed by Electronics. Ralph Craig Of Armstrong Dies Sunday Last rites for Ralph Craig, 64, Armstrong, who died Monday at Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Armstrong Methodist church, with burial in Armstrong - Grove Cemetery. Mr. Craig, lifelong resident of the Armstrong area, was born Jan. 14, 1903. He was married to Nellie Work at Fairmont Jan. 12, 1929. Survivors include four daughters, Lila Craig of Fairmont, Mrs. Allen Quimi, Mrs. John Cheever and Mrs. Sylvester Eisenbacher, all of Armstrong; three sons, Lowell of Swea City and Loren and Lyman of Armstrong; two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Butcher of Armstrong and Mrs. Harvey Hanson of Miami Beach, Flu; and three brothers, Frank of Armstrong, John of Brook Park, Minn., and Lloyd of Ringsted. AHS And GHS In Sectional Golf, Humboldt Algona High and Garrigan will compete in the class A Sectional Golf Tournament at Humboldt May 0, according'to an announcement from the Iowa High School Athletic -.ssn. Monday. The Gi-lden Bears and Bulldogs will have 10 other teams to compete against, including Twin Rivers, Kmmetsburg, St. Edmond, Graettiiiiier, Humboldt, Laurens, Pocahontas. Pocahontas Catholic, Kingsted and Rolfe. First and second place teams, plus the individ lal medalist and runner-up, will advance from Sectional to Distnct Tournament competition. The same lineup of winners from the Dist- .ct will advaiu 1 '' to the State class A meet. Sentral Relay Team Gets 3rd Place At Burt FENTON - The 2-mile relay team of Sentral won 3rd place at the track meet held at Burt. Members of the team wereTerry Berke, OwenKerber, Brian Johnson and Ron Dacken. Lenny Hassel won 4th place in the 180 yd. low hurdles and 5th place in the 120 yd. high hurdles. Kenney Marlow won 3rd place in the high jump and Joe Priebe 4th place in the pole vault and Bob Krause 4tli place in the shot put. - o - Mrs. Gerald Voigt took her office education class from Estherville Junior College on a field trip to Miiuieapolis, Friday. They went by chartered bus. Mrs. Voigt is coordinator of office education at the college. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley returned Saturday after spending five months at Edinburg, Tex. They returned home via Galveston and Corpus Christi, Tex., and through Louisiana. They visited Mr. and Mrs. E. R. U'orley at Spring-dole, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family, Lake Mills, were Sunday dinner guests at die S. E. Straley home. Sunday afternoon callers at the Win, DeWall home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mrs. Shirlej Zuinach and girls, ;uid Mr. undMrs.Mel- vin Berkland and family. The Sentral Band Mothers met at the Sontral school April 10. Committees were nam?d for the junior-senior bajirjuet to be held April 28. The junior high band will play at the next Band Mother's meeting. The spring concert will be held May 11. Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs. Geo. Mlenke were hostesses. The Iris circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon, April 12, at the home of Mrs. Dale Voigt. Mrs. Opal Root was co-hostess. There were 15 members present. The lesson was given by Mrs. Ed Reimers and Mrs. Roy Chris- chilles, Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mrs. Dorothy Laabs and Mrs. Jack Gerhart assisted. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met last Friday at the home of Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman. The Girls State candidates were announced and plans were made for the annual plant sale and poppy day to be held May 27. The $2.50 was sent to the Glenwood State School. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber returned after spending two months with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richards and Mrs. W. E.Stoeber at Mesa, Ariz. They spent a week at Oklahoma City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Richards and a weekend at Parker, Ariz, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Meyer. Dr. Meyer was a former doctor at Fenton. Enroute home they stopped at Abilene, Kans. and visited the Eisenhower library and museum. Kenneth Halverson attended a meeting of the National Ass'n. of Post Masters Monday PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR MOTHER'S DAY with the BIRTHSIONES of children.. husband and wife... or grandchildren I4K COLD WILTGEN Jewelers Algona + SHORT-SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT RIOT NOW IN PROGRESS AT DIAMOND'S ! + + * Darrel! Davis Elected Head Burt Lions BUR7 - TV Burt Lions elected Darrell Davis -is their president for the cominr club year at their mauling Monday night. Darrell is well known in the community, having lived here all his life. He and his wife, Marlene, are the parents of a son, Lenny, and a daughter, Kim. Darrell is employed as a mechanic at Ernie Williams John Deere, Algona. Also elected were Kenneth Sarchet, first vice president; Rev. Bruce Calbreath, second vice president; Darrell McFarland, third vice president; Wallace Hawcott, secretary- treasurer; Al Hinckley, tail twister; Walter Campney, Lion tamer; Charles Spry and Pat McGuire, new directors Holdover directors are Floyd Sill and Fred Davis. In other business conducted, the group purchased and presented white canes to two local blind citizens, Herbert and Rosa Wiese. At the meeting Monday, the senior class were guests of the club at a 6:30 dinner at the school auditorium. Also invited guests were parents of the seniors, the high school faculty, and wives of the Lions. The dinner was prepared and served by the Band Mothers. Following the dinner an interesting program was presented. Michael Scott, president, welcomed the guests and called on Principal Dean James, who in turn introduced the seniors and told of their future plans. Lion Walter Campney introduced Rev. Cletus Hair of the Jerry Rabiner Boys' Ranch at Ft. Dodge, who gave an interesting and inspiring talk on his work at the boys' ranch. Also providing top entertainment for the Lions and their guests was a top-notch Barbershop Quartet, the Serenaders, from Algona. Singing in the quartet were Gene Hutchins, Dr. James Harris, Dick Moen and Oscar Hallistad. Bears Take Win In First Dual Golf Of Year Garrigan downed St. John's in a dual golf meet, 167-175, at Bancroft Tuesday afternoon as Brian LaBarre took medalist honors with a 37 over the 9-hole layout. Dan Owens and Mark Erpelding came in at 42 and Steve Erpelding had a 46 for Coach Steve McCall's Bears, while John Hamilton and Mike Studer, who failed to qualify, got 48's. The Bears, who opened their season Tuesday, travel to Bancroft for another meet next Monday, with Ringsted furnishing the opposition. SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines at the UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO., Algeria. (SOtfn) Union Boys Union Boys 4-H Club met April Hat the Civic Center. 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