The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1966 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 3, 1966
Page 10
Start Free Trial

Large Cast In Bryant School Musical Here Fourth, fifth and sixth graders at Bryant school here presented "Crazy Over School", a spring concert of vocal music under the direction of Miss Shimel in the auditorium there Tuesday night, April 26. Home room teachers in charge were Mrs. Pettiecordand Mrs. Ellefson, fourth grade; Mrs. Erickson, fifth grade; and Mrs. Odgaard, Mrs. Skarpness and Mr. McBride, sixth grade. Fourth grade vocalists presented 14 numbers, fifth graders 15 and sixth graders 21, with soloists, small groups and choruses featured in a variety of tunes which met with the approval of the standing room only crowd assembled. Students taking part included Joey Bernardo, Becky Bleich, Dwight Coleman, Cynthia Christian, Larry Cook, Peggy Dutton, .Robert DeBoom, Linda Harms, Donald Elbert, Ronda Holldorf, Kevin Fett, Cynthia Kuhn, Dirk Hackbarth, Mamie Miller, Tom Kinseth, Linda Raney, James Monson, Debra Schmidt, David Rike, Kevin Ruhnke,, Bill Smith, Bob Thompson, Tim Zittritsch. Terry Billeu, Owen Davies, Nicki Decker, Mike Devine, Warren Hauser, Ricky Kramer, Randy Mains, Elaine Meyer, Rodney Schmidt, Steve Schneider, Mark Taylor, Kirk Will. Dyann Aaron, Debra Benson, Sandra Gisch, Debra Hanson, Laura Laing, Rhonda Matz, Kathleen Payne, Sally Schattschneider, Lee Ann Schenck and Rowena Wildin, fourth grade. Douglas Bilyeu, Lynn Burns, Howard Clegg, Joe Devine, Bill Foth, Richard Haag, Erman Hansen, Tom Moe, Paul Ost- winkle, Howard Raney, Danny Ruhnke, Roger Samp, Patrick Woods, Jeffrey Zeigler, Janice Charles, Linda Cordero, Jackie Harris, Donna Hinders, Donita Jorgenson, Debra Kern, Susan Kinseth, Marie Kunkle, Charlotte Lemkee, Jennifer Limbaugh, Dawn Peterson, Jody Prew and Jean Walker, fifth grade. Douglas Allen, Danny Beisell, Richard Bilyeu, James Haag, Craig Immerfall, Ricky Kuhn, Craig Lemkee, Lemkee, Lance Mueller, Dennis Payne, Robert St. John, Jimmy Simpson, Tom Skogstrom, Gilbert Wildin, Patty Bramley, Debra Bulten, Judy Dutton, Sheryl Engelbarts, Elena Franco, Patricia Harms, Barbara Harris, Lynette Hinton, Ellen Metzger, Kandee Schultz, Debra Utt, Bonnie Willrett, Karen Zeigler. Darrell Dettman, Mark Elbert, Galen Friedrich, Robert Hansen, Mike Huff, Dale Jensen, Edward Kiilsholm, Dennis Mains, Mark Miller, LeRoy Pesicka, Wayne Rentz, Danny Struecker, Mark Will, Cindy Burris, Jamie Christie, Karen Easter, Debbie Fairbanks, Sandra Faulstich, Frances Hanson, Linda Hauser, Rebecca Meyer, Christal Paetz, Lisa Peter, Susan Walker. Terry Alt, Paul Bowman, John Durant, Gilbert Grimes, Jeff Higgs, Arvin Holldorf, Eugene Hunt, Charles Mains, Leslie Richter, Stephen Rochleau, Allan Ruhnke, Douglas Schenck, Allen Taylor, Richard Walker, Lore Albright, Maureen Angle, Karen Cooper, Mary Devine, Deborah Hansen, Bonnie Helmers, Susan Johnson, Charleen Klein and Mary Moe, Algona Marine In Viet Nam Post 8 Months LOCALS AJtfona, (lo.) Upper Dw Mahftt t«*td«y, May 3, Marine L/Cpl. M. L. Brayton, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Brayton, Algona, has been stationed at Chu Lai, Viet Nam, for the past eight months. He is a graduate of Algona high school and attended Mankato State College before enlisting in Feb., 1965. He was recently appointed a leader in the mortar division. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper Des Moines Pnb. Co., Algona. ••••••••••••••••••••I MRS. C. D. SCHAAP joined Mrs. Martin Smith of Davenport and an aunt of her late husband, Dr. C. D. Schaap, Dorothy Vos of Bettendorf, in Des Moines Saturday to attend the show, "How to Succeed in Business" with Don Ameche in the starring role. MARLYS LUPKES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkes and a student at Junior College of Mason City, last weekend visited Patty Schulz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz, Jr., of Irvington and a student at State • College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. MR. AND MRS. Dale Hannover entertained at a family dinner Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olsen and family of Sexton and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olsen and family of Ames. Richard and his family have been living in Ames but have now moved to Toledo, Ohio, where he is employed at Hunt-Wesson Co. Arthur Olsen and son, Terry, drove the Richard Olsens to Ames Monday morning and helped with the moving, returning to Algona Monday evening. Ex-Resident, Glen Bales, Dies Funeral services tor Glen Bales, 64, a former resident of Algona, were held at St. Paul, Minn, on April 22nd. He had been ill for six weeks. Mr. Bales lived in Algona from 1930 101942. He is survived by his wife, Adine, and 3 sisters. -60th- Mr. and Mrs. John E. Benda, Tama, observed their 60th wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 17th with an open house that afternoon. T)ke ftirlkrtone Samily. Mother'* fin mis THE LOVING STORY OF Mother — with • f*wcl I* tor for each dilW. Ttic perfect |M| tor Moften utt Cnn*»i»ti>. Each pfa b Miami M for Mtriher >*4 fufc- lontd with Aintrbn machine cut blrtfnlontf. II tcllt the itory of the children In her life and •ht'U wur U wi* loving ptMc ol her (*•%. ONLY Sharp's Jewelry Algona The Friendly Store 3 BIG DAYS— COMPARE * SAVE SHOPPER STOPPERS! "Alptnt" 1-Gallon PICNIC JUG Reg. $2.49 XALKA-SELTZERN Bottle of 25 LimU On* (mulcted jug of tough polyethylene). Spout in cap. SAVE! Six* Reg. $1.39 Quick acting, effervescent! For th* .relief of headaches, neuralgia. *M*U. Green vinyl with •lastie band. Fit* round 24-in. grills with hood*. 99<J 98fi Six. LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC 76 C For general oral hygiene, minor cut*. Save on large 14-oi. bottle. IR MATTRESS Emboned heavy duty vinyl. Eaiy to inflate. 67x27'. CREST TOOTH PASTE Teil* prove fewer cavltiet with Crei» toothpofte. 6% ox. Limit; 2. GAMBLE BRAND ASPIRIN I 100 Count I in Helps relieve pain of headache* and common eold». 5-grain tablet*. »»-*no. AQUA-NET HAIR SPRAY 68 Limit Two targe 13-o». »iie. Pro* fe»»ional hair *pray for styling and letting. LANDING NET Aluminum U'hoop

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free