The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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jla.) tipper BesMaift& Tuesday, April 10, Concert Ldyard Pupils Ledyard— On Wednesday , eve- nftf.Dale. Canfleld, musi& instructor, .presented the following music* pupils in ^-Concert at the Schbol, All of these numbers will take part in, the mUsie 'contest at 'Bflde next /week:' saxaphonr Quartet, "Symphonette", Ruth .Ploeger, Marilyn Kramersmeier. Joyce Menke and Paula .Raj NitZi.B- flat/cornet solo, "Walb Brilliante", ErneSt Burrow, accompanied by MVonne Green flute quartet, "Scarf Dance", Ann Egesdal, Ruth Wallentine, Parr Keil and Virgil Wallerttine; basi fn\6, ''Old Man River", Delmai Kramersmeier, accompanied 1 bj De Etta Kramersmeier. • Treble 1 voice solo, .'.'With a Sorif ' in My Heart", Joyce Menke, ati , companied. by De Etta Kramers rHer: 1 bb«V quartet. "Ride th< Chariot", 'Ernest Burrow, Johr Carpenter, Melvin Wentwprtr and Harold Slenke; baritone solo, "Ecstasy", '.Shirley Udstuen, accompanied by' jMarilyn Kramer- i meierj *, clarinet quartet, "Mas- 1 querade", Kai'en . Schroeder',' Karen Wallemlne, Madonna Sullivan and Jon Gilbertsqn; treble voice solo, "Perfect Day'.', Doris Qoetz accompanied 'by D'e Etta Krarrter- smeier; ba'ritone quartet, '"Tournament of Trumpets", Judy Roseboro, Harbl<J'- Menke, Craig Thilges, Shirley .Udstuen, -accompanied by LaV.pnne G!reen;'alto saxa- phone solo, "Beautiful Colnrndo". Ruth: Ploeger, accompanied by Marilyn Kramersmeier; trumpec trio, "Polk A Dot", Ernest Burrow, Dennis Knoner, John.Car- pentetv accompanied by LaVonne Oreeh, <• • Treble voice solo,-"The Lord's Prflyer", Ann Egesdal, accompan fed by 'De Etta Kramersmeier; bass sextet, "Memories of Steven Foster"; Beahna .Wiemer, Craig Thilgesf, - Russfell- Richter, Judy Hefzog, 'i'belpres Udstuen. and Brent • Keil; vocal solo, "Brown Bird Singing", Madonna Sullivan, accompanied by Lavonne Green; bass ^sextet, "Castelia", Melvin Wentwbrthi . Delmar Kramers- meier, .Ernest . Burrow, Dennis Knonejr, 1 • Doris Goetz, Shirley Udstuefl; >saxaphone q u a f t e t. "Vikin'g Saga", Melvin Went' worth, Deanna Wiemer, Marilyn King, Dean Logeman; alto saxa- ohone solo, "The Duchness", MaHlyn Kramersmeier, accompanied by Ruth Ploeger. Trumpet trio, "My Buddy", Judy Herzog, Delores Udstuen. Bruce Keil, accompanied by Lavonne, Green; girls sextet, "pray- »r Perfect" and "So's I Can Write My - Na'me", Delores Udstuen, Ruth .Wallentine, Delores Doocy Marilyn Kramersmeier, Shirley Qdstuen, Rita Haag; drum quartet, "Parade, of the Wooden Soldiers", Barbara Cassem, Keith Knoner,! Delores Doocy, Patty Johnson; boy's mixed double quartet, v "This ; Train", Melvin Vontwot'th, Jon, Gilbertson, Harold and" { Kenny Merike, John Carpenter, Artien -Runksmeier, Francis Haag, Ernest Burrow; ' Bass solo,'''Asleep an the Deep", Kenny Menke accompanied, by Ann Egesdal; cornet solo, "Lucia Polka", Delores Udstuen, accompanied by Marilyn Kramersmeier There are several others who will take part in the contest who had previously played their numbers or sang before .the Music Boosters. Following the concert a .short business meeting, was held by the Music Boosters and lunch was served. Rev. Dr. Lawrence Acker' Lutheran Laymen's League Burt, Iowa Tues., April 17 8:00 P.M. The speaker at Ms Seminar will be Reverend Doctor Law:- reneef Acker, pastor of First Lutheran Church of Omaha, Nebraska. Dr. Acker was interim Lutheran Hour speaker prior to the time when Professor OVdsen became speaker, and again the latter half of the calendar year, pocior Acker is also the pastoral advisor of the Lutheran Laymen's League, which position he has held for many years. He has recently been to the Holy Land and has a wonderful illustrated story to tell about the various places the Savior once was active in. E. And R.Guild Held Meeting The E. and R. Guild met at the church Thursday 'afternoon with Mrs John Brandt and Mrs Herman Brandt as hostesses. Mrs William Bauman was in charge of the program which had for its theme "A Christian is Committed to Pray Dally," Birthday hymns were sung for Mrs Melvin Busch, V. Vriesen, and Mrs Wm. 3aumaji, Mrs Bauman read the scripture and an article on "Pray Daily." Mrs George Mac Kinnon read arv article on "What is Prayer?" Mrs Arlowe Blome and Mrs Howard Klinksiek sang a duet and Rev. Vriesen Jed the Bible study on the Book of Acts. The program was closed with the Lord's Prayer and with the singing of the table grace. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs William Fennema has been ill the past week with quinzy and has been unable to be in school. Mrs Jack Krebsbach substituted for her. Mrs Edith Corderman came on lagt Thursday to visit at the home of her daughter and family, the Fred Duttons. Mrs Corderman has just returned from Florida where she spent the winter. Pfc. Donald L. Teems' came home Wednesday from Fort .Knox, Ky. to spend a week's furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs Everett Teems. He will return to Fort Knox and leave from there April 27 for Germany. He will go to a radio repair school for 16 months. Mrs Emma Bortz of Estherville, a sister of the Kramers- meier brothers of this community, is seriously ill in the Worth- 'ngton Hospital. They have all aeen there to visit her. The Woman's Society of Christan Service will meet at the Church on next Thursday after- 10011, April 12, with Mrs Glenn 3urrow as hostess. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT • The bottcetl FLAVORS available ond Bottled THI SIVEN-UP POTTUNG CO. li GLASSWARE PIECES YOUR CHOICE OF THESE ITEMS: 8 Oz. Jade-ite Mug 5 Inch Jade-ite Bowl 8 Oz. Ivory-White Mug S Inch Ivory-White Bowl 8 Oz. Measuring Cup 9 Inch Crystal Bud Vase 57/8 Inch Jade-ite Cereal • 9 Oz. Si. Denis Cup 3% In. Forest Green Vase 12 Oz. Sugar Bowl 12 Oz. .Creamer 10 Oz. Fire King Pie Dish 8 Oz. Fire King Baker 47/8 In. Crystal Mix Bowl. LOOK WHAT WILL BUY HARRISON'S NEW "QUEEN" REACH-IT STEPSTOOL 198 • Won't lip or slip, holds 250 Ibs. • Rubber safety top — 10>/i inches high • Weighs 4 Ibs. —chrome tube legs • Handiest thing N ,in the house HARRISON'S ECONOMY STIVAL BIG BARGAINS - AND THEN SOME ! 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