The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 30
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(la.) Uppir 0«» Tu»day, ApfH 1?, 1956 Concert Ass' n Teams To Begins Membership Drive The workers for the Kossutli Cofrittiunity Concert Association wilt get their material at a "coffee" 'ihursday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.to be held in the meeting room of the Druggists' Mutual. The coffee will be served by the Bel Canto Club. Renewals for current members of the Concert Association will be solicited over the weekend. The final drive for new members will take place next week, ending at noon on Saturday, April 28th. i*'our teams will work in AJ- gona and vicinity each under the direction of a co-chairman of the drive. The teams are as follows: Mrs Nat Bangs, Jr., co-chairman, Miss Opal Kern, Mrs Robert Horton, Mrs A. F. Agena,Mrs Leonard Meissner, Mrs John Carroll, Mrs Eugene Murtagh, Mrs Casey Loss, Mrs R. H. Galbraith, Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf, Mrs Robert Brewer and Miss Barbara Zweitel. Mrs M. H. Brower, co-chairman, Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm, Mr and Mrs J. K. Lytle, Miss Beverly Winkelman, Mrs C. W. Schlichting, Mrs Clifford Ether- ingtoh, Mrs Orville Wicks, Mrs M. G. Bourne, Mrs Vernon Jensen, Rev. C. J. Bishop, Mrs Glenn Gabrielson and Mrs Kyle Keith. Mrs C. D. Morck, Jr., co-chairman, Mrs Don Prieskorn, Mrs Joe Tschetter, Mrs Rex Taylor, Mrs Glenn Graham, Mrs Julian Chris- chilles, Mrs A. E. Kresensky, Mrs G. G, Hallauer, Mrs Joan Scott, Mrs G. W. Sefrit and Mrs R. C. LaBarre. Mrs Walter Schildknecht, cochairman, Mrs Richard Burt, Miss Barbara Haggard, Mr and Mrs R. C. Guster, Mrs Art Olson, Mrs John Hayes, Mrs Melvin Bay, Mrs Bob Williams, Mrs Harold Erickson, MrS Eugene Faulstich and Mrs Jim Kolp. The Concert Association has been a countywide organization and in past years from one fourth to one third of the members have <c€me from outside the immediate Algona neighborhood There will be solicitation for renewals and new members in all towns in Kossuth County. Following are the town chairmen and their assistants, wiiere tncj have been announced: Bancroft, Mrs Ralph Weber. Chairman, Mrs Frnncis Bradley: Burt and Fenton, Miss Ruth Hodgson; Lakota, Mrs Jerry Heetland; Lone Rock, Mrs W. G Flaig; LuVerne, Mrs John Skogmo, Chairman, Mrs Ed Lindeback and Mrs Wm. Liltlejohn; Swea City, Mrs Gayle Johnson; Titonka and Ledyard, Miss Florence Reynolds; Wesley, Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen, Chairman, Mrs R. E. Newbrough and Mrs Paul Warner; Whittemore, Mrs Ralph J. Bauer; and West Bend, Mrs Clifford Munson. Memberships will also be available at the Home Show to be held in Algona Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this w"eek. A table 'will be maintained during the show where memberships will DU sold. Headquarters for the drive will be open on the balcony at the Kent Motor Company all of next week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will close at noon on Saturday. Anyone interested in attending the concert season next year vmo is not contacted by one of the workers, is urged to go to headquarters where memberships will be available. LOCALS Mrs V. L. Gunder has been in Chicago, 111., the past several,days visiting relatives. Mary Slreit accompanied Mrs M. K. Cullen 'of Fort Dodge to Ashton Thursday to visit Mi' and Mrs P- J. Nitchel. Mrs Edna Harx returned Friday from Madrid where she had spent several days with her son an8 daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr and family* Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel recently spent a day ^at Ruthven with the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Perry I.akin, at Ruthven. Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen have been visited by their daughter, Mrs Fred Lane of Versailles, Mo., who will conclude the visit this mid-week. Mr and Mrs John Roberts were visited over the weekend by Mi- Roberts' parents and their granddaughter, Mr and Mrs H. D. Ahrens and Susan, of Cedar Rapids. John C. Love, local representative of United Fund investment shares, will attend the national sales convention of Waddell & Reed, underwriters, at Kansas City, April 20 and 21. Mrs Gail Haase and daughter Sally, mother, Mrs Osta Thompson and Mrs Dean • Bilyeu and son David spent Thursday al Eagle Grove. Mrs Haase and Mrs Thompson visited Mrs Rhanda Thompson and Mrs Bilyeu visited a brofner-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Hairy Allen. Mr and Mrs Jess Ellis, Emmetsburg, were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs A. M. Anderson. Mr Anderson's mother, Mrs Emma Anderson, and his two sisters, Mrs Edgar Nelson and Mrs Ray Gold, all of Albert Lea, Minn., visited the Anderson's Thursd»y. Mr« Katharine Simon left Sunday for Chicago, called there by the sickness ot her daughter, Mrs C. J. Winandy who died oarly Sunday morning before her mother could reach there. Mr and Mrs John Simon left Monday evening tor Chicago to attend the funeral services held Wednesday. Mrs Winandy is survived by her husband, four children Charles Joan, Jean and Ann, the mother, Mrs Simon and brother, John Simon. Mrs Winandy had been in failing health for some time. Mr and Mrs Cleve Stewart, parents of Mrs John Simon remain- sd at the farm during their ab- ;ence. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Haubach were visited Saturday by Mr and Mrs Cecil Woods and son of Blackwell, Okla. Al Scherer is again hospitalized at the Veterans' hospital, Minneapolis. He has had a stomach ailment and has had previous surgery for an ulcer. Mr and Mrs Edward Rain, Michael, Tommy and Mrs Martha Drater spent Sunday at Reinbeck with Mr and Mrs Leonard Plaehn. Mrs Plaehn was formerly Beverly Kain. Mr and Mrs Raymond Reid were recently'visited a week by the latter's brother and sister-in- law Mr and Mrs James Lease ol Alanson, Mich., who were en- route home from Florida where they had spent the winter. Mrs John Hayes went lo Keola last week to spend a few days | with her mother, Mrs E. L. Kirkpatrick. 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