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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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College Choir Will Appear At Whittemore HARRY GIESSELMAN The Concordia A Cappella Choir from Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Nebr., will make a ten-day tour through Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Iowa. The choir will appear at Whittemore, presenting its concert of sacred music in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Saturday, Mar. 16, at 7:45 p. m. The choir is under the direction of Harry Giesselman. Dr. Giesselman is associate professor of music at the college and is presently serving as acting chairman of the music department. He received his masters degree from the University of Nebraska and doctorate degree from Columbia University, New York. In addition to his duties at Concordia, Dr. Giesselman has written articles for various publications, directs the University Lutheran Chapel Choir at the University of Nebraska, and serves as director of choral and music education workshops. MR. AND MRS. Perry Lowman met their daughter Marilyn at Des Moines Wednesday and brought her to Algona to spend the weekend. Marilyn, who teaches phys. ed. in Portland, Ore., is enroute back from Chattanooga, Tenn. where she had been inquiring about a position in college teaching. MR. AND MRS. Hubert Marking and Lynn and Mrs. William Weiner went to Fort Dodge Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Leland Anderson at Corpus Christi Church. She was the wife of Mrs. Weiner's nephew. MR. AND MRS. Herbert Knecht and family, Charles City, were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the A. J. Eischeidhome. Other guests were the Marvin Kramers, Algona. MRS. TIM O'BRIEN went to Illinois recently for a couple of weeks to visit Russell Thorpe and family at Sterling and the John Duffys at Elgin. MR. AND MRS. JohnSchimmel had as Sunday guests Mrs. George Ward and daughter, Mrs. Sam Haag, Clear Lake. Henry Buske, Gilmore City, called on Mr. and Mrs. Schimmel last week. Mr. Buske is a member of the north central Iowa Gladiolus Society of Algona. Mrs. Dyrl Jones, Laurens, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schimmel, Wednesday. She had received a letter from her son, Gary, that he had arrived in Thailand. Gary is in the Air Force and was stationed for two years at Charleston, N. C. GREG SNERE and Steve Waller, students at University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, were home for the weekend. MR. AND MRS. C. N. Aalfs, Sioux City, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Chester Bailey, new to Costa Mesa, Calif, to attend the wedding March 16 of their son, Gary. MRS. W. L. BAKER was recently at Elmore to visit her sister, Mrs. Winnie Wiedenheft. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Sr. are at Pompano Beach, Fla. on vacation and Gage Kent, brother of Fred, is also there and will be having heart surgery soon. His home is at Muscatine. MRS. ANTON SORENSEN, who is visiting in Stockton, Calif., recently fell and suffered a fractured knee. MR. AND MRS. H. W. Miller and Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman entertained six couples at dinner March 9. EUGENE SCHEMEL and his companion-housekeeper, Mrs. Sarah Lallier, returned Wednesday from Rochester where Eugene went through the clinic. They are returning to Rochester in a few days where he will be given treatments. MRS. HELEN HUTCHISON is leaving this week for San Jose, Calif, where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll and family. She will be joined there by her son Tom for a trip to the Orient for a month. Japan will be in their itinerary, also Hong Kong, Cambodia and Thailand. They will not be leaving until about April 1. MR. AND MRS. Bob Holcomb of Little Rock, Ark. are parents of a daughter born March 10. She weighed eight lbs.,tenoz.andhas been named Michelle Anne. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson and Mrs. Laura Hough. KYLE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider, spent the weekend at Mason City with his friend Tim, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Eugene' Zi^tritsch. Tim is making his home with his brother Tom and wife. MR. AND MRS. Leon "Champ" Martin are going to Pennsylvania State College to attend the National Intercollegiate Wrestling Meet in which their son Dave will take part. The dates are March 21-23. MR. AND MRS. Harold "Si" Roth, former Algonans now living at South Sioux City, came Saturday to visit relatives and friends. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Flaig have been going to Emmetsburg to see the latter's father, Arthur Renger of Bancroft, who has been hospitalized there. He will be dismissed Wednesday. WALTER FRAMBACH, who had surgery at Iowa City some time ago, has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. George Heinen. He has now recovered sufficiently to be in his own home, but will return to Iowa City in a few months for more surgery. MR. AND MRS. William Tordoff had as guests Sunday the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tordoff, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zln- nel, Estherville; and Rosemary Pedersen, Armstrong. MR. AND MRS. Leo Fox had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rolling, Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Rolling and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox went to Fort Dodge to see Mr. Rolling's mother. FOR PLUMBING HEATING COOLING INSTALLATION - REPAIR OR REMODH.NG WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 295-21 04 LAING 12 No. Dodge, AlgOna Annual C.D. of A. SMORGASBORD Sunday, March 17 Serving Time: 3 to 7 p.m. at St. Cecelia's Academy Hall Algona (la. featuring TURKEY HAM ROAST BEEF MEAT BALLS Adults • $1,50 Children under 12 • 75c Sponsored by CDA Court 283 ELGIN ALLEN and Glen Chally attended a school meeting Monday at Iowa City. Mrs. Allen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett to a Kiwanis dinner meeting Monday at Ames and Mr. Allen joined his wife there. MR. AND MRS. Matt Streit attended funeral services last Wednesday for Mrs. Roy Ryan, nee Madeline Coonan, who had been maMng her home at Scottsdale, Ariz. She was a cousin of Mrs. Streit and formerly lived at Emmetsbufg. MRS. CHESTER BAILEY has been visited by her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Graham of Clayton, N. M. and Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs SUPT. AND MRS. O. B. Laing have recently been visited by the latter's niece and husband, Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Goslin of Mason City and Mrs. L. C. O'Brien of Des Moines. MRS. ANDREW HANSENdrove to Storm Lake last week and will stay with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippen, until summoned to Iowa City where Mr. Hansen will have surgery in a short time. Purple Heart To Swea City 6.1. U.S. ARMY, VIETNAM-Army Corporal Donald E. Krebsbach, 26, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krebsbach, Swea City, received the Purple Heart Medal Feb. 2 during ceremonies in Vietnam. Cpl. Krebsbach received the award for wounds received in action while serving in Vietnam. The corporal is assigned to Battery C of the 9th Artillery's 7th Battalion. His wife, Tammy, lives in Des Moines. Thursday, March-14, 1968 Algona (le.) Upp«r Df* In Demonstrations Lucia Wallace sixth graders were chosen for demonstration classes at the Kossuth county Institute held March r> in Algona. The following participated in a foreign language demonstration under the direction of Senor Bazan: Elizabeth Anderson, Mike Koob, Cindy Brandow, Shelly Smith, Susan Buchanan, Michelle Wagner, Mike Lierley, Randy Nielsen, Kevin Owens, Larry Groen, Dana Clapsaddle and Joel Sindelar. The two sixth grad«t participated in physical eddcfc- tion classes, presented by Mrs. Hanson and Mr. Welton. The teachers of the sixth grades are Kathryn Misbach and Grace Skarpness. FARM WOMAN Mrs. Hiram MlUsap, Mt. Ayr, was hdfcored in February as Iowa Farm Bureau Woman of 1967. 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