The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
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Junior Play At Ledyard Set, Oct. 28 LEDYARD - The Junior Class Hay "Dear Diary" will be presented to the public on Friday evening, Oct. 28 at 8 p. m. The matinee for the grade school youngsters and anyone else who cannot make the evening performance will be Wednesday p, m,, October 26 at 1:30. The cast Includes Marlene Johnson as Janet Maxwell; Wayne Logemann as John Maxwell; Judy Blome, Connie; Lynn Munyer, Betty Lou; Roxy Bauman, Wilber; Bill Johnson, Hercules; Shirley Keefe, Bernadine; Marvin Johnson, Marvin; Ella Beck, Aunt Mary; Jane Slmonsmeler, Miss Murray; Ray Govern, J. C. Mallory; Joyce Berg, Molly; Pat Krebsbach as Miss Lewis No. 1 and Alan Johnson as Miss Lewis No. 2. Jim Engelbarts is the fighting technician and Darwin Smith, the prompter. - o - The film "To Save A Soldier" will be seen over the American Broadcasting Co. stations in this area on Monday evening, Oct. 24 at 9:00 p. m. A/1C Marlin Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson, is stationed at the Clarke Air Base and part of the pictures taken at the hospital were in the area where Marlin works. The Ledyard Community School P. T. A. meeting originally scheduled for Oct. 24 has been changed to Tuesday night, Oct. 25 at 8:00. Room visitation will precede the P. T. A. meeting beginning at 7:15. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klocke, head of the program committee, will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dont]e and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Busch. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simons- meier and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetz of Wesley attended the sixth district American Legion and Auxiliary Conference at Ames Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sullivan was hospitalized several days at the Buffalo Center hospital. She- was released on Thursday. Mrs. Mary Genrich of Lone , ,Rock visited with Mrs. George ' iThorapjSQ^ on Thursday. , Wednesday'afternoon mothers of prospective Girl Scouts met .with Mrs. Marge Fuller, who is from Scout headquarters, and with Mrs. Fred Moellering and Mrs. Lee Davidson, both of Swea City, to discuss the scouting program, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selberg visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Spivey and family and other relatives at Schaller Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Mary Bashara returned home after spending a week in Minneapolis with ber son Tom, who is now enrolled at Brown Institute where he is studying radio and electronics., Carrie Anderson of Avoca and Mrs. Carrie Eggers of Council Bluffs left Thursday after spending a week with Mrs. Ann Togersen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Togersen and Mrs. Douglas Klint, Tami and Travis of Mason City, visited his mother Mrs. Ann Togersen Sunday. Cheerleaders From Sentral Attend Clinic LONE ROCK - The Sentral Cheerleaders went to Ames last Saturday to a Cheerleaders Clinic. -The girls were accompanied by Mr. Rice, principal at Sentral, and Mike Lee, who with Mr. Rice attended the Iowa State University football game with Kansas. The Cheerleaders who attended the clinic were Candace Vaudt, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Paula Weiner & Delana Votteler. Parn Kauffman, who is also a cheerleader, was unable to go. - o - TAKE TRIP -.- Mft and Mrs. Roy Jensen and jfr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton left jfridayfor a few days visit with j^eir friends, Mr. and Mrs. Er- ijest Jensen, Hackensack, Minn. The Lone Rock couples spent some time in Minneapolis, then oj» to Hackensack ,tp visit with the Jensens, -The Ernest Jensens are foririer Lone Rock residents. The three couples then went for a drive over to Grand Marais on the shore of Lake Superior and on down the lake Shore drive to Uuluth. Alter sending some time In Duluth <teyY*tun»ttTh«n«TuM. While they were gone, they celebrated Notes Of Servicemei THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1966 Algeria, (la.) Upper Dftt Mo!nft»-9 SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman David R. Rasmussen, above son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Rasmussen of R.R. 1 Burt, has been selected for technical tral- ' ning at Amarillo AFB, Tex., as a U. S. Air Force supply specialist. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Rasmussen was graduated from Burt Community High School in 1961 and attended the University of Iowa. He received his B.S. degree in business administration in 1966 from Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa. - o - MERCED, Calif. « U.S. Air Force Captain William P. Hum, son of Mrs. Paul Hum of 1008 E. State St., Algona, has been awarded the Air Medal at Castle AFB, Calif. Captain Hum, a KC-135 Strato Tanker pilot, received the medal for meritorious achievement during military flights while assigned to duty in Southeast Asia. He now is assigned to Castle as a member of the Strategic Air Command, America's long- range nuclear bomber and missile force. The captain, a graduate of Algona High School, received his B.S. degree from Iowa State University. He was commissioned - there in 1957 upon completion of * "•'the Air' Force Reserve Officers " Training Corps program. LONG BINH, VIETNAM — Army Specialist Fourth Class Dennis K. Hanson, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley E. Hanson, Route 1, Algona, was awarded a Master Driver's award in LongBinh, Vietnam, Sept. 27, while serving with the 556th Transportation Company. Spec. Hanson received the award for driving military vehicles over 14,414 miles without any accidents or traffic violations. Hanson, assigned as a truck driver in the company, entered the Army in December 1964. He was assigned to the 22d Infantry at Ft. Lewis, Wash., prior to arriving in Vietnam in November 1965. Hanson is a 1962 graduate of Algona Community High School and was employed by Bituminous Material & Supply, Algona, before entering the Army. wedding anniversaries of the Willis Cottons and the Earnest Jensens. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones and Carol went to Ft. Dodge Friday to attend the Ft. Dodge Community College Homecoming football game with Worthington, Minn. Mark Geitzenauer, son of the Lorenz Geitzenauers, attends college there and is a member of the football squad. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn entertained the Charles Quinn family of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Quinn of Honolulu, Hawaii for Sunday dinner. Mr. Tom Quinn works for an airline there and was visiting his brothers and other relatives in the ar-a. They returned to their home Monday. Mrs. Jack Quinn entertained a Birthday Club Wednesday in honor of Mrs, Frank Flaig's birthday. Other guests present were Mrs. Jim Long, Mary Gen-, rich, Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Frank Flaig. They played hearts, and Mrs. Ruth Krueger woo high, Mrs. Frank Flaig, low, and Mrs. Ruth Krueger, travel. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thornsen of Looe Rock are visiting at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomsea, Creston. They will be staying with the children while Mrs. Kenneth Thomsen goes to Omaha to a foot specialist. Mrs, Maude Blanchard returned home Tuesday from St. Ann hospital where she has been hospitalized for two weeks for a heart condition. Her daughter, Mrs. John Sones of Laurens, has been with her for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Me Chesney of Van Nuys, Calif, arrived Monday at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Earing for an extended visit. They will be visiting the Pettlt family and other relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Geitzenauer and Jeana of Clear Lake were Sunday supper guests at the Lorenz Geitzenauer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch of Algona were Sunday evening guests at the Geitzenauer home. The Lorenz Geitzenauers have had word from their son Tom, who is a SP4 in the Army paratroopers, that he has gotten orders he will be going to Viet Nam soon. Tom who is doing clerical work in his division will be stationed at Saigon. He will be home soon on a 30-day leave before going overseas. . Mrs. Ed Blanchard left Friday for Cedar Falls to visit at the home of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Blanchard. They then left Saturday for Stanley, Wis. to visit Mrs. Ed. Blanchard's sister and family, the Clifford Muellers. While in Wis- cousin, they attended the musical "Carousel", in which two of the Mueller children sang. Mrs. Eva Thompson of West Des Moines has been visiting relatives in Lone Rock for the past week. Mrs. Elaine Gladstone and son Robert, with Cheryl Baggerly, all of St. Louis, Mo., visited the A. A. Kruegers and E. A. Lees from Saturday until Monday. Robert Gladstone, who is in the Air Force and will leave Thursday for three year duty in Spain, Mrs. Clara Rath of Algona was honored on her birthday with a party at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maurice Wel»- brod. Other guests present were Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mrs. Dale Schroeder, Mrs. Jr. Hurlburt, Mrs. Clinton Rath, Mrs. Robert Helfner, Mrs. Sylvester Brace, all of Lone Rock, Mrs. Dale Wegner and Pam of Swea City, Mrs. Roy Uthof of Fenton and Mrs. Fred Rath of Swea City. Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod were Mr. and Mrs. Goetlieb Eichenberger of Sabetha, Kansas. Mr. Elschenberger is an uncle of Mrs. Weisbrod and has been visiting relatives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn of Topeka, Kansas were with the Eichen- bergers. Mrs. Maude Blanchard had several Sunday callers at her home, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and Jean of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz and Cozette of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz, Tim, Debbie and Todd of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marlow and children were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the Curtis Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dacken and Tim of Des Moines were weekend guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt attended the wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mullins at Corwith recently. Mr. and Mrs. Mullins were married in Japan earlier in the year when Mr. Mullins, who is in the Marines, was stationed there, Mrs. Mullins returned to the US while he served a tour of duty as a flier in Viet Nam. At present, the Mullins are stationed in South Carolina. •^P*^^ i ^ ^^^^ Holiday M^ Hwy. 169 So. in ALGONA, IOWA FUSTIC i TRICK TREAT TO ALL CHILDREN ACCOMPANIED BY ADULT! 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