The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 5, 1967 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 5, 1967
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FiVsf Xmcrs Concert At Algona High Is Dec. 5 The Music Department of the Algona Community Schools will present two Christmas Concerts this year instead of one as in the past. The first concert is Tuesday, Dec. 5th at 7:30 in the high school auditorium. It will feature the music groups from the Junior High School. Tuesday, Dec. 12th, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium the high school groups will perform their concert entitled "A Babe Is Born." The Junior High Band will be playing some of the all time favorite Christmas numbers such as "Coventry Carol" and "Rudolph the Red- Nosed Reindeer." The Seventh Grade Chorus will welcome the audience with "Welcome, Spirit of Christmas" and other selections. The Eighth Grade Chorus will open its part of the program with "Fanfare for Christmas Day" and continue on with songs dealing with the Nativity and the Christmas season. The fourth section of the program will feature the combined band and chorus singing and playing a number of favorite Christmas carols. The program is under the direction of William Castle and Steve R. George. Ledyard Man Is Married In New Jersey > Michele Mosmann became the bride of Dr. Charles David DeBoer in a double ring ceremony Nov. 25 at Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ridgewood, N. J. Officiating were Rev. Ewald Mueller and Rev. Theo Beider. wieden. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Walter H. Mosmann of Ridgewood. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer of Ledyard are the groom's parents. Linda Mosmann, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Matthew Hayes, sister of the bride; Gretchen DeBoer, sister of the groom; and Delores Holtz. Karen Weisel, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Donald Valentine was best man. Serving as groomsmen were Jon DeBoer, brother of the groom, Mitchell Winnik, William Herk- stroeter and Matthew Hayes. Two hundred guests attended the reception at the Hackensack Golf Club. The newlyweds are taking a wedding trip to New York City and then will be at home at Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. DeBoer is a graduate of Wesleyan College where she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, chapel choir and soloist of tour choir. A professional soprano, she also attended Julliard School of Music in New York City and is a member of Mu Phi Epsilon Honorary Music sorority. Dr. DeBoer, a graduate of Iowa State University at Ames, received his Ph. D. at California Institute of Technology and did post-doctorate work at Columbia University. He now is employed as research chemist for Eastman Kodak at Rochester. Riverdale Rustlers Riverdale Rustlers met November 18 at St. Joseph's school hall. We planned our Christmas party which will beapotluckDec. 3. Hostess was Diane Bormann. Joan Reding and Mrs. Marvin Reding won prizes. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Marcel Reding, Mrs. Marvin Reding, and Mrs. Bob Bormann. Leader is Mrs. Alvin Klein. Reporter, Colleen Reding. MEDAL Indianola High School graduate of 1966, L/Cpl. Charles E. Stephens was awarded the Purple Heart medal by a Marine Corps general at a base hospital in Da Nang, South Vietnam. Charles has since been transferred to the hospital ship USS Repose, $48,000 Damages Asked By West Bend Plaintiff Carma Rasmussen of West Bend has filed suit in District Court in Emmetsburg seeking $48,000 damages from LeRoy M. and Felix Thilges of West Bend. The action stems from an accident Nov. 20, 1965, on a county gravel road near West Bend. Mrs. Rasmussen charges that a car owned and driven by Glen Rasmussen, her husband, was struck by one owned by Felix Thilges and driven by LeRoy. She charges negligence in the operation of the car. Mrs. Rasmussen claims that as a result of the accident, Glen was permanently injured, including injuries to the brain and severe lacerations. The plaintiff claims a loss of companionship with her husband as the basis for her suit. In November 1966 Mrs. Rasmussen, as legal guardian for her husban's property, filed a similar suit in District Court here seeking $100,000 damages. In that suit she sought recovery of medical expenses, past and future. The earlier suit has not yet been heard in court. M-D Club Four Corners Mother and Daughter Club met Nov. 9 at the Union Twp. Civic Center with Sue and Grace Bjustrom as hostesses. Program was in charge of Alvina Walker and Evelyn McNeill. Alvina gave a packet lesson on laundry aids and Evelyn invited Allen Buchanan to show slides and talk about birds. The program was most interesting. The next meeting will be Dec. 14 at the Good Hope Church and will be a 12:30 luncheon. Roll call will be a candy exchange. Members are asked to bring the recipe and a sample for each member. Each member will exchange a $1 gift, homemade or purchased. Hostesses for the luncheon will be Bernice Shaw, Irene Holdren, Shirley Ostwald and Deanne Gerber. Program committee is Betty Fisher, Marilyn Bjustrom and Eula Rich. Members are reminded to take their new or used Tuwdoy, D«c. 5, 1967 AI 8 ona (la.) Upper DM Moinet-S toys to the Chamber of Commerce office before Dec. 8. Home On Holiday Paul, Robert, and Marilynn Koppen, sons and daughter of the Ralph Koppens, Whittemore, spent Thanksgiving and until Sunday with their parents. Sunday they all returned to their re- spective colleges. SCOUTS Six Boy Scouts, members of Troop 47 in Independence recently received their Eagle Scout badge. It Is believed this is a record number of Boy Scouts from a single local troop to receive the Eagle badge at a joint ceremony. MR. BUSINESSMAN! . . .Look what Nu-Tech , Incorporaterl's Sign Division can do for you. . . . 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