The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1966
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Si Michael's Team Champion Band Mothers • * M Mk M • • The Whlttemore St. Michael's won the recent Garrigan Grade School Basketball Tournament, posting a season record of 6-3. Members of the squad are show above with their coach. Front row, left to right, Dale Detrick, Mark Besch, Dave Besch, Joe Elbert, and Tom Kollasch. Back row, left to right, Coach Jim Ritz, Tom Steier, Mike Muller, Mike McDonnell, Jim Bormann, Dick Kenyon and Dave Fandel. Algona 1 Team Is Second The Algona 1 • basketball squad recently wound up second In the Garrigan Grade School Basketball Tournament, played here. They are, front row, left to right, Ryan Lynch, Gary Cooper, Steve Kajewskl, Randy Studer, Mike Black and Ronnie Eischen. Back row, left to right, Coach Beanie Cooper, Mike Cooper, Gary Erpelding, Frank Black, Mike Skilling, Walter Bradley and Chuck Cassel. The Algona team wound up with a 7-2 record this season. Si Joe Winds Up Fourth At Burt Look For Cornet BURT - Thirteen Burt Band Mothers answered roll call at the meeting Feb. 18. There was considerable discussion on the purchase of a new bass clarinet. The group also voted to order 9 gold pins to be presented to senior band members at graduation. Band Mothers are asking the assistance of anyone who might have information as to the whereabouts of a cornet, purchased about three years ago. The instrument is missing and if anyone has it in his home, would they please notify the band director, Mrs. Larry Coney, or Mrs. M. J. Cunninghanvpres- ident of the Band Mothers. Marilyn cherland entertained the group with an E Flat horn solo and Debbie Kohlhaas played a trumpet solo. Both were accompanied by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. - o HONOR PASTOR Pastor and Mrs. Wm. Scheer were hosts to the 26 Algona circuit Lutheran pastors and their wives at the annual circuit Conference Monday. Highlights of the conference was the honoring of Pastor Walter Wolfram, Ventura, who was attending his 50th Conference. TO CONVENTION Plans for the annual State C. A- R. Convention to be held at Des Moines March 4 and 5 were made by members of the Algonquin Society of C. A. R. at the home of Linda Fairbanks Thursday evening. Local members, Linda Fairbanks, John Patterson, and James Voigt, Fenton, will be candidates for State office. Mrs. Don Patterson, Burt State C. A. R. adult president, and Mrs. Warren Jones, Fenton local society senior president were present at Thursday's meeting and spoke briefly. Attending were Debra and "Buzz" Fairbanks, Algona, Jackie and Greg Jones, Fenton, David Newbrough, Lone Rock, John Patterson and Linda Fairbanks. A valentine lunch was served by the hostess. - o - WED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tuttle, Glenville, Minn., former Burt area residents, were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. An open house was held. Hoste were the couple's children* Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Wallen. and Mr. Mrs. Warren Tuttle and their families. The 200 guests attending were registered by Honey Tuttle. Among the guests were the attendants of fifty years ago, Mrs. Lawrence Doege, Burt and Adam Attig, Minn. Among guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doege, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Doege, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka. - o - St. Joe placed fourth in the Garrigan Grade School Basketball Tournament played at the fieldhouse here recently. The team, which wound up with a 4-5 season mark, is shown above. In front, left to right, Allan Berte, Danny Bormann, Steve Gales, David Salz, Gary Kollasch, Bob McGuire, Alan Kohlhaas and Jim Thilges, Jn back, left to right, coach Barney Thilges, DaroldHofer, Pete McGuire, Jerome Kohlhaas, Bill Reding, Merili Bormann, Donald Reding, Ronald Reding and Harold Hofer. Mary Dixon h Recent Bride At Bancroft BANCROFT - in a wedding performed Feb. 8 In St. John's Catholic church at 10 a. m, by Fattier Krause, Mary Dixon became the bride of DavidDoocy, parents of the couple are Mr, ajwi Mrs. Orvttle Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. Mek Dooey, Lone Rock. Attending the couple were Dianna Doocy, sister-in-law, and Terry Jensen, cousin of the groom. A reception was held in the Legion hall for friends and relatives, They will make their home in Bancroft where Mr, Doocy is employed at Dletering Implement, «• o • Relatives from here attending 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch at Algona Saturday were her parents, Mr. UPW MET Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were appointed members of the kitchen committee for 1966 by members of the U. P. W. at their February meeting Wednesday. In other business, the group held a lengthy discussion on the up-coming fund raising campaign in which they will play a big part. Mrs. Robert Angus presented a review of the book, "World of Flame" by Rev. Billy Graham. Devotions were given by Mrs. Mike Long. Hostesses were Ethel Dremmel, Dorothy Scott, Lulu Ringsdorf and Sarah Stewart. - o- John Lovstad, Mankato State College, has been named to the Dean's list for the fall quarter. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. Mrs. Larry Holding also holds the honor of sharing a spot on the Dean's list. Mrs. Holding maintained a 3.5 average or higher to achieve this honor at Emmetsburg Junior College for the fall quarter. Alma Junkermeler, Estherville, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Ed Junkermeier and Naomi. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler spent the weekend with their son Dennis at the Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. Dennis is in good condition following the amputation of his left hand and arm Just below the elbow Feb. 12. His hand became caught in an auger while at work at the Burt Coop Elevator, necessitating the amputation. The Burt elementary music department had 16 entries in the t.Elementary Music Contest at Mason City, Feb. 19. Students were from 4th through 8th grade Mrs. Larry Coney, vocal and music director, was in charge. Accompanists were Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Janet Becker and Kathy Patterson. A family dinner was held Sun- day honoring the birthday of C. B. Chipman his son Richard, Bancroft, and step-son, Richard, Dean Henrickson. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Chipman, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chipman and fam'ly, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hendrickson and family, Algona, and Shirley Marlow, Bancroft. The group spent the afternoon at the parental C. B. Chipman home. Members of the Burt Women's club met at the home of Erna Grover Monday night. Assisting hostesses were Marie Bahnson and Maybelline Lovstad. Mrs. Grover, assisted by Marlene Stenzel, Vickie Koestler and Norma Harms, presented the program. Mrs, Lillian Fredrlckson will host the next meeting at her home Feb. 28. Assisting hostesses will be Erma Pratt and Ruth Clapsaddle. Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet returned to her home Sunday after stays at St. Ann and University of Iowa hospitals. thurtday, Feb. J4, 1966 Algona, (lo.) Upper De* STILL BOOKING SOYBEAN SEED FOR SPRING DELIVERY SEE OR CALL US NOWI Algona Flour & Feed "Taylor's Prescription-Mad* Fertilizer" South Phillips ALGONA and Mrs. F. X, Mescher, Mr, and Mrs. Glen McCleish and family, the Richard Mescher family, Dean Kienitz family and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCleish. Mr, and Mrs. Larry Bergman left Monday for San Diego after visiting their parents, the Laurence Bergmans, Bancroft, and her parents In Algona. Do You Know Ml Hit Answers INCOME If ypu'rt cenfuiid obovt yowr tax «vt and tht n«w rultt on d»ductloni, bring ypvr prpbltmt tp BLOCK, Wt know thf n«w cKangti. Yov'U MYt tlmt, worry end mpyb» monty by M«ing BLOCK now. 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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doege spent from Sunday to Tuesday at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tuttle Glenville, Minn. Mrs. Ella Meyer spent Monday at the Ed Mitchell home, Fenton. Rev. Stanley Weems, Chicago, was a Friday supper guest at the Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. home. Wednesday night, he was a guest of the Duane Mawdsleys and Saturday night he was a guest in the Robert Angus home. Supt. Richard Burmeister, Fontanelle, called on Burt friends Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel, Aurora, HI., spent the weekend with the Ray Dremmels. Mr. and Mrs.Raymond Lichter West union, spent the weekend at the parental Dr. M. I. Lichter and Raymond Lovstad homes* If It's Newt We W»nt Itl 13 other Models $100 to $295 ZENITH'S SUPER Extended Rang* High Fidelity HEARING AID Demonstration It Showing. Faithfully amplifies the whispered sounds you miss with many hearing aids . . . AlOONA HOTEL TUES., MARCH 1 9 a.m. to 12 Neon Zenith "Royalty" of hearing aids. 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