The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1967 · Page 3
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Red Cross Fund Drive Underway Give Review Of Activities, Help For Year The Kossuth County Chapter of American Red Cross is completing plans for its annual County Fund Drive campaign, to start Monday, Oct. 9. It is to be completed by Thanksgiving. A meeting of the chapter was held last Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the Algona Hotel. Zip Koons of Swea City, membership and fund drive chairman for the chapter, and Mrs. Arlene Patzwald, National Representative from Mason City, were present with Evelyn Bickert, executive secretary of the local chapter, to discuss and explain the goals and needs of the organization with 25 of the township and town chairmen from the county who were present and who will this year assist the drive. A general report of the local chapter's activities was given. The chapter's major service and expense for the year has been in its assistance to servicemen and their families through requests averaging approximately one a day. This chapter also gave assistance at the time of the Belmond disaster last October. Five days were spent on the spot, helping with the feeding arrangements. Out of this chapter, the services of four registered nurses and a first aid instructor were provided during the cleanup. Those who volunteered time and efforts were Mrs. Bernice Alt, Joyce Hayden, Lorain Smith, Lorraine Harms of Titonka, and Irene Kollasch, first aid instructor. Along with the chapter's service to the military and disaster, it made its first aid service available to more people in the county by introducing classes into the high school class room. First Aid certificates went to 556 individuals who have earned them out of the total 590 enrolled in either adult of school classes. Algona High School, through the efforts of Mrs. Delia Moxley, regularly included the teaching of first aid in its health classes, but it was a first time for the other four schools. Mrs. Irene Kollasch taught standard first aid classes at both Garrigan High and St. John's High, Bancroft; Charles Sass, boys' coach at Titonka Consolidated school;" Mrs. Kay Tague, girls' physical training instructor at Titonka Consolidated school; Sherman Arends, high school coach at LuVerne Community school. Allan Blake, LuVerne mortician, instructed both standard and advanced first aid adult classes in Titonka, LuVerne andRenwick. Recently the chapter was able to add another instructor to this list of capable people. James Peterson of Algona, a veteran of 12 years experience in teaching the subject was re-authorized and is now available to instruct any group wishing to use this service, During this summer the chapter issued 734 Water Safety certificates to students in this county, SUNFLOWER ~ A 13"l/2 foot sunflower was grown in the yard of George Cline of Brooklyn. It has flowers equally large - one was 15 inches across; another 16 laches. Livermore Girl Honored At Winona School WINONA, MINNESOTA - Receiving honors at the 36th annual Honors Convocation at the College of Saint Teresa, Thursday, October 5, is Miss Ann Wilson, a junior at the Winona College. Miss Wilson, the daughter- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, Livermore, will be inducted as a member of The Rainbow, honor society for juniors. Her academic average is 2.50. Membership in the society is based upon an excellent academic record. To be eligible a student must have earned an Honor Point Average of 2.50. The highest honor point average which is possible to earn is 3.00. 3 From Area Are Student Teachers Now Approximately 230 University of Northern Iowa students have begun nine-week student teaching assignments in 11 student teaching centers throughout the state. UNI students are teaching in Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Charles City, Des Moines, Fort Dodge, Marshalltown, Mason City, Newton, and Waterloo schools, at the Iowa Braille and Sight-Saving School in Vinton, and at the Malcolm Price Laboratory School on the UNI campus as part of their graduation and certification requirements. Students from this area include Mary Hantelman, Fenton, - Senior High, Marshalltown; Jeanne Eisenbarth, Livermore, - Pleasant Valley Elem., Ft. Dodge; Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines- 3 and Marcheta Anliker, West Bend, - Riverside Elem., Ft. Dodge. Have Films The Livermore Lions Club would like an opportunity to show films to any interested club or organization in the Twin Rivers area. There are two films concerned with the functions of Lions Clubs throughout the world. One film is, "So Others May See", and the other one is concerned with the Llonism and what Lions do for you. If there is any club or organization interested in scheduling these films for one of their meetings, please contact any Lions Club member, or Pres. Dennis Anderson, Bode, or Secretary Ned Bohach, Bode. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET * AST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES. Bancroft C.C. Elects Five young Bancroft men will head the activities of the Bancroft Chamber of Commerce for the coming year. Elected recently at their regular supper business meeting held at Roy's Grill were director, Jim Oliver; president, Don Welp; director, Don Degen; secretary, Mike Marlow; and director, Dick Deitering. Returns From Service Terry Dixon, who recently completed two years in the army including service in Vietnam, has returned to employment with Midwest Printing & Litho- .graphing Co. in Algona. He was employed there before entering the service. Terry is from Bancroft, and his wife is the former Jane Angus, also from Bancroft. 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