The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 3
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Girls Compete Af Clay Fair , J8HtWji.tof.Si lggtr De< These two', -young: .ladles, members of .the. Buffalo Boofc- ters 4-H, club; will Represent the county with their ' team demonstration at the Clay • County Fair at'.Speiifcer. They are, left^/Dian^' Gartner, 'and right, Kathleen,. Edeit.( • (UDM Engraving)'- , '-\\, School Begins, Classes Name Officers, Burf • • .'; . •. .--'* .. .,.. Burt — Burt school began Monday/ Aug. 28, with a total enrollment of 288, a slight increase ! over- last year.!:, The varidus • classes held organizational meetings during <' ; th"e p week and elected ,'class o'ffV cersv '•'"<.- •'• ( •'>-'-';• ' ' The senior class elected Cheryl Lovstad, president; Evelyn Cher land, vice •. president; Audrey, Gardner secretary; Pat.Long, .treasurer; Larry Westling, reporter; Roger Lavrenz .to.j^he,. student council The' juTMbr** ciM§?~ elected Ray Lichter, president; Mar sha Strange, vice president; Patt Hoover, secretary; D'ick Presthus, treasurer; D i a n, a McFarland, Ray Lichter, student council members ed: John Lovstad, president; The sophpmore class elect- Judy Mitchell, vice president; Jerry Kissner, secretary; Eugene Gardner, treasurer; John Lovstad, repoi-ter; and Jane Mitchell and Bill Hamilton, student council members. The freshman class elected: Donna Schrader, president; Eugene • Meister, vice president; Patsy Zwiefel, secretary; Sharon Peterson, treasurer; and Roseanne Wiener and David bers. - Football Prospects According to Coaches Lewis Finch and Ron Charlson all signs point to a season of improved football this fall. 19 boys are reporting for daily practice. There are 2 returning lettermen, Roger Lavrenz and D. Meister. Meister has looked very impressive on defense and as a pass receiver. Brian Zwiefel is the leading contender for the other end. Standout guards are Ray Lichter, a junior and Bill Hamilton, a. sophomore. Promising tackles are Ray 'Spry, sophomore,, and' Dick Presthus a junior, Eugene Gardner. Playing in the backfield arc Jerry Kissner, Jerry Gifford and Terry Cook and Gerald Hilton ,a sophomore quarterback, will carry most of the load ball handling "and passing. Although the boys lack depth, they definitely have shown excellent spirit, said coach Finch. The first game of the season wjll be played with West Bend, there Sept. 15. Mrs. Dreyer. was, Carious gtocfery articles and d purse of money. Diane Mafkla, Algdtia,. was a guest of Marilyn Hlnckley Monday. Mr. an,d, Mrs.. Walter steward and Perry, Mr,'and Mrs. Eugene. Steward, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Abbas, Judy and Janice attended the annual Steward 1 family reunion held ;at Clear Lake' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson, and family-spent the Week- ed .fishing lit Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds wete Hdsts at a* family gathering Sunday. , Guests were Gary Reynolds and Dr. Donald Hayes 1 , Lafayette, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Carol Reynolds 1 and family, Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. Geo, .Ackert, 'S(t.' Paul, 'Mr. and Mrs. August-"Rosenthal, Granada,,, Minn., Mr. .-and 'Mrs. Myron Voehl, La'kefield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Str'ueck> er and family and Mrs. August Bellinger, ; Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Odey 'Cherland and R. A. Bleich, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman, Bussie. Mrs. Rena Buell, -L^ona La- .cy.Vand Erma' Pratt,spent"Salto-day, evening with Muriel Tel- Her, helping her-, obserye' he* birthday aqiUVersary. " >r Mr. and Mrs. Andy-Phillips' and family, Lincoln, Nebr, spent the Labor Day weekend at the parental Robert Moore home. ' , , . ^Gary Reynolds, .Lafayette, Cal. has spent the past 10 days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs, Jay;, • Graham); their guests, Mrs. Minnie Dearchs, Paradise, Calif;, Mrs. Emma Strom' and Mrs. Mak .Trosper, P.0meroy,?Wash-. 1 Mrs. Norman; Strom, Laram'ie,- Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Peterson, Mrs. Melvin Ause,' • and Mrs. Alfred • Marris, Rothsay, Minn, were guests at a buffalo burger supper at ^the Glenn Gra- nam home ;6ff Monday evening. ,Larry\ ^tackley, iDavenport, and Don Thomsen,' Iowa City returned to their work Morr- day after spending, the weekend' with : Larry's parents, 'the Al Hinckleys. ' .Hi Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sode'r- burg^and family: returned i a{ the end of the week after '< a 15 day vacation spent * with the brothers, Philip and Jerome and families in New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs 1 . • Vern Rafda and family were Sunday din ner guests at the parental Law rence. Doege home. Burt residents attending las rites for former Burt schoo: principal, Keith Culbertson, al Sutherland Thursday were Mr and Mrs. Cliff Abbas, Mrs Nice' Rios,' Mrs. Judy Wubbeh, Judy and Carilyn Hinckley, Mr. and Mrs., i Harley Hanson, Merwyn Cunningham "and Lona and Howard Batt. .Allan Schultz, son of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz left Saturday for St. Paul, where he will attend Concordta high school. Mrs. Frank Tellier was honored at a farewell coffee at the home of Mrs. Larry Holding Thursday morning. She was presented a going-away gift by guests Gen Meyer, Patsy Lien- inger, June Presthus,, Ruby Hinckley, Gertie Moore, Jessie Rash and Hattie Schrader. Marilyn Hinckley arrived hdme Friday from Oakdale where she had been employed as an occupational theropist for the past year. She has enrolled at Morningslde College, Sioux City, •Bancroft . By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mary Soever, 7 year old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boever, fell from a tree in their back yard Monday and fractured her leg. Mary is in second grade at St. John's school. David McCleisch and Matt Bauer, Lindoln, Neb., Duane McClieSh and Larry , Eckhart, Chicago spent the Labor Day weekend 'With their parents Bann • of msarriage were 'published-in St. John's church Suriday for 'Kenneth Friders and Betty Lensing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- Lensing. Mr. and- Mr : ' Albert McCarthy; Mr. and' Mrs. Homer McCarthy* a, n d', family,. Mr. and Mrs- James Cdyhe and family, David, McCliesh attended; the double ceremony of Catherine- McCarthy, James Heinen arul Kay Ann Friders, .John Heinen who were married in a 'double ceremony at Algona Tuesday. Misi McCarthy is a granddaughter of the Albert McCarthys, , ( . ; Mr., and ' Mrs. Melvin'' Dits- 'worth attended, the wedding of, their son, Richard, Saturday at Milwaukee, Wis. " Mr.'and Mrs. F. H. Mescher, Mr .and 1 Mrs. Glen McCliesh and sons,' Mr. and Mrs.' Richard! Mesche'r and sons, Mr. •and OMrs. .Dean Keinetz and ifamily, Kay Menke, Meredith •Bergmanf -'• Bancroft, the, Walter Mescher family, Burt,! Mr. and, Mrs. John, Gisch and daughters 1 Madonna , Friders, Algona, attended , the* wedding reception .for Mr. and Mrs. Dwight:- Mescher at Storm Lake Sunday. ... '' Wfesley Nem i .. ; i • i-". • ; ' ',,-' '• '• ' " Mr,; 'arid -Mrs. I Clarence Lil- : brQUght|'h^ff mother, Mrs. Ida forf,' Lister BJaih; and. family. •i ' Guests^ af-the^ -Dennis Havefly: hotne 'Aug. 6 .were .the Paul iiftferlys,'-: Algona, Hugh Hayerlys 'of { \ Renwick and the . of -Wesley . . ;. arid ; Mrs. Robert. Brown and ; f our . children" of Ashland, Wise, were weekend guests jn the Howard Funnemark home. 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