The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1967 · Page 25
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Tuesday, May 16, 1967
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Honor Butt, Algona SUI Students TOP GRADES won membership in freshman honor societies at the University of Iowa recently for Janet Angle, Burt, and Michael Stlllman, Algona. Initiation ceremonies preceded a joint banquet of Phi Eta Sigma, national scholastic honor organization for freshman men, and Alpha Lambda Delta, national scholastic honor society for freshman women. Name 4 New Teachers To Garrigan Staff Garrigan's staff will be altered next fall with three of the present teachers going on to graduate work and other teaching positions. Duane Kramer will be going to Drake this summer and will be coaching basketball and football at Nevada next fall. Helen McDonald is getting married and plans to teach in the Twin Cities. Dennis Neubrand is going back to Wayne State to attain his masters degree in physical education. Likewise, Thomas Puetz is going to graduate school at Drake. Three other teachers that are going to join the faculty next fall are Richard J. Balcik, Richard Walsh and Frank M. Mousel. Mr. Balcik, Lakefield, Minn., will graduate in June from Mankato State Teachers College. He will be a member of the English department. Mr. Walsh, Sioux City, is an alumnus of Heelan and will graduate in June from Sioux Falls College. His major is physical education and minor is English. He will be assistant coacli and English teacher. He and his wife and two children will move to Algona in August. Mr. Mousel, Alton, an alumnus of Spalding Granville, will graduate in June from St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn. He has majored in science with honors and will teach biology and advanced biology. Corwith Farm Fire The Corwith Volunteer Fire Department were called out early Thursday morning, to fight afire on the Jim Fett farm west of Corwith. The fire destroyed a pickup truck which contained: fertilizer, burnt the box, tires and interior of a truck which was parked near the pickup and burning up the back of the chicken house which contained some 200 chickens. Efforts of the firemen were exerted on the chicken house which was saved with only the loss of a few hens which died from exposure. 18—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 16, 1967 Gets Washington Job Dr. Roger Burgess, son of Dr. F. E. Burgess, former Methodist pastor in Algona, has just been named head of Joint Action in Community Service, Inc. in Washington, D. C., a nonprofit organization involved in the war on poverty. A $215,000con- tract was signed with the Job Corps by JACS, to process Job Corps enrollees. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. J; I I WANT A HANDYMAN TO BUY ME! 709 E. MCGREGOR I am a 3 bedroom two story home in a convenient location. My inside walls need a paint job and my foundation needs pointing up. All of my rooms are large and comfortable and can make your family proud to be living inside me. I promise to keep you warm m the winter and cool in the summer. My price is low so you can fix me up. SEELEY REALTY CO. Two Doors West of Algona Theatre PAUL M. SEELEY, Realtor MARK A. SEELEY Office 295-2350 Residence 5-3174 and 5-2670 LEO FRANKL 5-5479 YOUR SIDEWALK OF SECURITY Algona's only "Full-time" Real Estate Firm! SEELEY'S SEAL OF SECURITY MIMS HftMfT UMNS'AfftAIUlS i i Annual Spring Vocal Concert SetAtAHS The vocal music department of the Algona Community School will present the annual Spring Concert Wednesday, May 17, at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. The concert will feature all of the vocal groups in the high school, which include mixed chorus, lyric girls chorus, band girls chorus and Symphonettes. Featured soloist for the evening will be Marilyn Paetz who will be performing the first movement of Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" for piano. Marilyn is also the accompanist for the vocal groups. The mixed chorus will be performing songs that are in keeping with the season of spring. "Serenade to Spring", a medley of Rodgers and Hammersteins springtime tunes, will be one of the featured works sung by the chorus of 80 voices. The combined girls choruses will be singing selections from "Flower Drum Song" and other selected songs and the Sym- phonettes will be singing "Pve Got You Under My Skin", "Cherish" and other popular tunes. The concert is open to the public with no admission charge. The vocal groups are under the direction of Steve R. George, director of vocal music. Buffalo Center Firm Gutted By Recent Fire A Buffalo Center business suffered extensive damage Tuesday- night in a fire believed to have been ignited by a bolt of lightning. The Bennett Bruhns Feed Store & Milling Service office was gutted by the fire about 7p.m. All records were lost and a considerable stock of house and barn paint, a television set and two-way radio were destroyed. Sacked feed was saved, but there was considerable water damage toil. Buffalo Center firemen were on the scene for two hours. There was no estimate of the loss. Klaas Risius, 71, Rites Friday Services for Klaas Risius 71, of Buffalo Center, who died Tuesday at Buffalo Center Hospital were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Ramse Reformed Church near Titonka. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery. Mr. Risus was born Nov. 2, 1895, in Hardin County Iowa. He farmed near Buffalo Center most of his life. He was married Oct. 16, 1933, to Fanny Steen of Buffalo Center. Surviviors include his wife and five brothers, George, Harm, Frank and Andrew, all of Buffalo Center, and John of Evanston, HI. This is our "no kicks" action boot You'll have no kicks on this one. 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