The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1964 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1964
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Award Night For lotts Creek, Whittemore 4-H The annual 4-H award night was held November 9, at the Academy Hall in Whittemore, beginning at 8:00. Mr. R 0 g er Hlemstra, County Extension Assistant, presented the awards. To the Lotts Creek Lassies, these awards were presented: Kathy Besch, topSr. record book; Mary Anllker, top Int. record book; Franclne O'Brien, top Jr. record book; Carol Anllker, 8 yr. seal; Doris Anllker, 7 yr. seal; Arlene Anllker, 6 yr. seal. Record book seals were presented to the following: Kathy Besch, Carol An- llker, Susan Elbert, Doris An- llker, Arlene Anliker, Lorraine Arend, Joanne Grotty, Jeanne Grotty, Barbara Mlnkel, AnnFo- ley, Linda Dogotch, Maureen McDonnell, Mary Anllker, Karen Fuchsen, Jackie Detrlck, Jean Germann, Linda Muller, Pam Klrsch, Janet Orlger, Franclne O'Brien, Marlys Wagner, Nancy Elschen. Five yr. leadership award went to Mrs. GeorgeStrelt as well as the award of the Clover. To the Lotts Creek Leaders, the awards went to: Kenny Bierstedt, topSr. book, dairy award, 10 yr. seal ; and a trip to Chicago; George Blerstedt, 9 yr. seal; Mark Blerstedt, Syr. seal; Ted Grelnert, 6 yr. seal and dairy award; Evelyn Blerstedt, dairy plaque; Alan Gross, top Jr. book; Alan Luedtke, 5 yr. seal and belt; David and Larry Peter, 6 yr. seal; Marvin Pompe, 5 yr. seal, beef award; Patricia Rhunke, Outstanding Co. Secy, book; Robert Ruhnke and Duane Seegebarth, 5 yr. seals. Record book award went to George, Kenny, Mark and Evelyn Blerstedt; Ted Greinert, Alan and Dennis Gross, Alan Luedtke, David and Larry Peter, Diane Marvin andTeddyPompe, James, Patricia, and Robert Ruhnke, Duane Seegebarth, Ernest and Steve Molter. Their leaders are Ervin Ruhnke and Melvin Pompe. The Whittemore Boys received awards as follows: BarbWlnkel, Top ST. book and belt; David Besch, Top Jr. book, safety award, and outstandlngCOi Treasurer's book; Jerry Besch, belt; Mark Besch, belt; Steve De- trlrk, dairy plaque and 6 yr. seal; Jean Oermann and Tom Kollasch, belts; Leonard Loebach and Tom Fuchsen, 5 yr. seals; Dale Walker, Dave Loebach, Mike Mosbach, 6 yr. seals; Dick Reding, 11 y r . seal and Joe Haag, 5 yr. seal. Record book awards went to David, Jerry, Mark and Patty Besch, Jim Bormann, Steve, Joe, Dale and Jackie Detrlck, Kenny and Karen Fuchsen, Joan and Jane Germann, Tom Kollasch, Leonard and Ann Loebaeh, Dale, Dennis and Roger Walker, John, Barb and Sheryl Wlnkel. Their leaders are Lawrence Besch, Bob Detrlck, Harold Poppen, andJohn Mosbach, As entertainment, the Whltte- more Boys 4-H Club presented a "Variety Show" consisting of that all famous English longhaired group, "The Beatles", Mark Besch, Torn Kollasch, Steve • Mergen and Kenny Fuchsen. Also, the comedy team of Allan and Rossi, Ricky Elbert and Dave'/' Besch, appeared. Lunch was served by Lotts Creek Leaders. PORTLAND By Mn. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larsen, Mrs. Effie Teeter and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chrlstensen attended the funeral of Soren Larsen of Fairmont, Thursday. Mr. (Larsen, 71, suffered his second heart attack and died suddenly. Richard Samuelson and a college friend from Fort Dodge spent '•• Sunday with .RichaScfts grandma, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and uncle, Paul Tlenan. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith and Edmund Larsen helped Paul Tie- nan harvest his corn .this year. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms attended the Ricks funeral at Buffalo Center, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller were Thursday evening visitors in the Robert Wood home, Mr. and Mrs, Leo Clark of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch of Burt, went to Ruthven, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Schmidt. Mrs. Schmidt has been 111. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman were guests In the home of Elizabeth Kennedy Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy, attended the funeral of John Weiland at Brltt. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart left Wednesday morning by train to New York, where they will visit brothers and sisters of Mr. Stewart's and other friends. The train trip to New York was a present from the children, Mrs. Robert Donnelly of Fairmont, Mrs. James Lee of China Lake, Calif., and Mrs. Russell Henry of Jewell, for their 40th wedding anniversary. They planned to be gone about a week. "Thinking is like loving and dying. Each one of us must do it for himself." Class Play Is Slated Nov. ft At Burt School BURT - "Mumbo Jumbo", a mystery-farce in three acts, will be presented in the Burt high school gymnasium at 8 p.m., Monday, Nov. 23. ' The cast Includes Jane Barslou, Linda Fairbanks, Vickie Koestler, Diane Hoppus, Diane Miller, RoseAnn Wiener, Marilyn Pearson, Douglas Black, Joel Chipman, "Doc" Cunningham, Joe Fries, Robert Ortman, Robert Melville, Clint Patterson and Roger Giddlngs. • Richard Gebken will be stage manager and lighting technician. August Sankey will be the sound technician. Curtains will be pulled by Dean Larsen. House manager Is Judy Larsen and BERNARD DAHLHAUSER PHONE 295-3879 : - Jtl4 S. COLBY, ALGONA, IA" .... who recently became associated with Walnut Grove and is the new sales/service representative for us in your area. He will be calling on you soon, bringing you news of the latest developments in livestock feeding and management. He wants to pass along these ideas to help you in your livestock feeding programs. Walnut Grove Products Co., Inc. General Offices — Atlantic, Iowa Serving Eight Corn Belt States With' Livestock Feeds And Minerals it's cleaner! Surface units on your electric range are self-cleaning, burn off any spillage. And you simply use a damp cloth to keep the rest of your electric range clean. Electric cooking is clean, because there's no combustion, no soot or smoke. And an electric range cooks rings around the rest. So see your electric dealer about a clean-cooking electric range — another way to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities ushers are Patsy Zwlefel, Jean Mescher and Ronald Presthus. Richard L. Hopkins, English and speech Instructor, Is directing the play. -o- WOMANS CLUB The theme."Home Life" was carried out In Monday night's meeting of the Burt Woman's Club at the Presbyterian church. "Care of your silver" was presented by Mary Jean Andrews and Elsie Lockwood, A Paul Revere sliver bowl presented to the club by the Onleda Silversmiths was won by Marlene Stenzel in a drawing held. Janet Becker, accompanied by her sister, Nancy, Presented a baritone solo. Hostesses were Ruth Alice Patterson, Phoebe Thompson and Lettle Vogel. -o- PAST MATRONS Sixteen members of the Past Matron's Club answered roll call at the home of Maybelline Lovstad. President, Mary Jean Andrews presided at the meeting. The group voted to have a 50? gift exchange at the Christmas meet- > Ing, Dec. 10. Lulu Hawcott was in charge of entertainment. Hostesses were Maybelline Lovstad and Ruth Alice Patterson, -o- Mrs. Clara Marlow, who has been staying at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Richard Brlstow, LuVerne, is now a resident at the Heritage Home, Bancroft. She will be happy to have her many friends visit her there. • Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin entertained in honor of their daughter, Lynn's third birthday. Guests Included Lynn's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. RayDrem- mel, also Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, Dawn and Joel, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dlttmer. Mrs. O. A, Campney was a patient at the Clarion hospital several days the past week. Mrs, Cella Scott accompanied her daughter and family, the Dr. Eugene Lloyds, to their home in Shenandoah for an extended -visit. The Lloyds were weekend guests of Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Bernlce Besch and daugh- . ter, Alma, Iowa, visited at the home of their uncle and brother, Lloyd Saatoff, Saturday. v« V W- rrs Bancroft Lady Breaks Hip; 2 Others Hurt BANCROFT - Mrs. JosephFox who had been at St. Ann hospital, Algona, to visit her husband, a medical patient there, fell when she was getting in the car to come home and fractured her hip. Both Mr. and Mrs. Fox are now patients at the hospital, -o- Dlck McCliesh, who was bowl- Ing at Leisure Lanes, accidentally dropped a ball on his foot and has a very sore foot. Mrs. Laurence Bergman had her thumb about severed at the first point and a badly bruised hand, when she closed the car door on it. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schlltz, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Menke, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Inman attended the funeral at Aberdeen, So. Dak., for Joseph Schiltz, brother of Mr?. Menke and Mr. Schlltz. Mrs. Virgil Wolf received word of the death of her father, Reinhold Laabs, who died while fishing at an Emmetsburg lake. He had suffered a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf and family attended funeral services at Fenton. Edward Kennedy received word of the death of his brother, Joseph, who passed away Tuesday at a Rochester hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy and family attended the funeral at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mills of Arizona, Mrs. Susan Brown, Brownsville, Texas, Kate McBarney, Omaha, visited several weeks with their sisters, Mrs. J. H. Menke, Mrs. Chris Welp and Andrew Berens. 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