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March 19, 1968

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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150 Republican Precinct Delegates Are Selected About 150 precinct delegates are expected to attend the Kossuth county Republican Convention in the Algona High School annex this Friday, March 22, beginning at 8p.m. The county has been allocated 32 delegates to both the State Presidential Convention and the regular State Convention, which will be held in Des Moines April 16-17 and June 4-5, respectively. Delegates will be elected and officers for the organization will be elected and any other business that may come before the Convention will be taken care of at the County Convention. Republican Women will serve refreshments and all interested Republicans are invited to attend. Committeemen, committeewomen and delegates elected during recent precinct caucuses were: First Ward - Algona - Jack Chrischilles, Betty Schutter, Judy Thoreson, Mary Lytle, Eldora Agena, Virginia Buchanan, Frank Harcey, DickGodfredson, Walter B. MacDonald, Clara Keith, Madonna Skogstrom, Duane Dewel, Vern McClure, Russell Buchanan, LeightonMisbach, Bernice Nasby, June Nelson, Clayton Percival, Leota Geigel. Second Ward-Algona-Sheridan Cook, Janet Andreasen, Carl Hutchins, Leona Smith, Mae Riter, Mrs. Wes Hardy, Kirk Hayes, Vic Parsons, Dr. LeRoy Strohman, Gordon Schmidt, Ray Gilbert, Dr. Jim Harris, Jr., Jim Chalstrom, George Yeoman. Third Ward - Algona - Stanley Sorenson, Corrine Laing, Dr. A. J. Gotten, Carol Gotten, Joe Easter, Mrs. Joe Easter, William Finn, Henrietta Huenhold, Walter Morz, Alfred Schultz. Fourth Ward -Algona-Dwaine C. Lighter, Bernadine Lighter, Clara Amesbury, Paul M. Seeley, Marc Moore, Marian Will, Fred Kent, Jr., Fred Diekmann, Veda Murtagh, Perry Collins, Leo Cassel, Barbara Haggard. Buffalo Township - Clarence Brandt, Mrs. Lester Eden, John Miller, Gary Hoover, Ted Hoover, Jr., Donald Budlong, Clifford Krantz, JoAnne Hoover (Mrs. Ted Jr.), Karen Boyken (Mrs. Neal), Carl Callies, Fay Callies (Mrs. Carl), Arthur Boyken, Robert Lang, Harold Gartner. Burt - Frank Ryerson, Lillian Frederickson, Mary Jane Andrews (Mrs. Dean), J. L. Miller, Mrs. G.H.McMullen,SelinaClif- ton, Mrs. J. L. Miller. Cresco — Robert Deal, Mrs. J. C. Everds, Dr. L. R. Potter, J. C. Everds, Oliver S. Carlson. Eagle Township - Lloyd Thorson, Marilyn Rock (Mrs. Jim), James Rock, Jack P. Reece. East Lone Rock Township Bernard Miller, JoElla Miller, Ella Cherland, Ralph Hammerstrom. Fenton Township - Wm. F. Hantelman, Mrs. Eldon Duncan, Clarence Yaeger, Homer Matthiesen, Dorothy Matthiesen. Garfield Township—Don Usher, Myrtle Usher, Mildred Dahlhauser (Mrs. Henry), Henry Dahlhauser. German Township - Martin Wubben, Adah Wubben> Henry Stacker, Heiko Boekelman, Clarence Penning. Grant Township - Gerald Pedersen, Doris Briggs, Mrs. Don Mino, Morris Quam, , Greenwood Township-William Shoenhair, Mrs. Thomas Menke (Darlene), Sister Grace Nash, James F. Welp, Margie Logan, Mrs. C. C. Irnnan, Verne Logan. Harrison Township - George Harner, Elizabeth Davidson (Mrs. Lee), Reba Unde, Leland Davidson, Violet Harner, Pearl Fischer, Harold Fischer, Estelle Uhr, Selmer Uhr, Helen Nelson, Helen Appelquist. Hebron Township - Swen Larson, Mrs. Sam Winter, Gilda Steinfeldt. Irvington Township — Richard Mawdsley, Mrs. John Schnakenberg, Howard Raney, Wayne Wickwire, Lyle Raney. Lakota— Frank Krall, Mrs. I. E. Wortman (01ga),Rev. PaulOf- stedal, Dorothea Ofstedal, William Larson, Polly Garzema, Joan Mabus Ledyard — Delbert Wentworth, Mrs. Delbert Wentworth, Joyce Wentworth, Anna Mae Sabin, Marvel Halvorson Lincoln Township—Harold Ubben, Mrs. Lucille Bierle, Ernest Heidecker, LeRoy Janssen. Lone Rock—Harlan Blanchard, Juliana Jackson, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Robert Marlow, Angus Cotton. Lotts Creek Township—Harold Bjustrom, Mrs. Harold Bjustrom, H. R. Pettit. LuVerne Township — Dennis Holmes, Mrs. Fred Marks, Sue Mullins, Jim Mullins, Elizabeth Marks. Plum Creek Township—Floyd Bode, Mrs. Wm. Paetz (Norma), Stanley Gardner, Evert Broesder. Portland Township - Ray S. McWhorter, Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mennet Trunkhill. Prairie Township — Oscar C. Tindall, Mrs. Oscar Tindall (Sylvia), George Guenther. Riverdale Township — Wayne Smith, Louise Patterson, Verle Patterson. Swea Township — Herman Gabel, Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Laurel Peterson, Mrs. Laurel Peterson, Darrel Bishop, Mrs. Darrel Bishop. Union Township—Carroll Willrett, Mrs. Richard Campney (Dorothy), Louis Nitchals, Don Strayer. Wesley Township — Lael T. Root, Mrs. Richard Madsen, Mrs. Charles Nygaard, JoeSkow,Mrs. Henry Pommer, GeorgeSeaberg. Whittemore — John Simpson, Mrs. Cleo Kautsch (Alberta), Erwin Siems, Louis Greinert, Lena Ostwald. Kindergarten Round-Dps Are In Progress Kindergarten Round-ups are taking place this month and next in a number of towns in the county. Both parents are invited to attend the meetings, at which a film is shown, and explanatory talks are presented. About a month prior to the round-up, the family has received a health card and dental form to be filled out by the family physician or dentist and to be presented at the time of registration. A copy of the birth certificate of each child is needed at the round-up session. The child to be registered must be five years old on or before Sept. 15. Schools visited so far include Titonka, Ledyard and Lakota. LuVerne is scheduled for Tuesday at 7:30p.ra.;Sentral will hold its round-up April 1 at 7:30p.m. In Play Cast Kathryn Schadendorf has been cast in "The Would-Be Gentleman," the Estherville Junior College spring play. She plays the role of Nicole, the clever maid, in the 17th century farce by Moliere, Kathryn, a freshman, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred' Schadendorf, Lone Rock. Alfred Meyers Of Whittemore Wed 30 Years WHITTEMORE - Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer were pleasantly surprised Sunday on their 30th wedding anniversary when a group of relatives met at their home. Present were Mrs. Emma Dreyer, mother of Mrs. Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zumach, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach, Estherville; Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anliker and daughter, Ft. Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Preston and family, Ringsted; Mrs. Gertrude Ruhnke and son, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Gale Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, Evonne Maahs and Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, mother of Alfred Meyer, all of Whittemore. Cards provided the evening's entertainment and a lunch, which was brought by the guests, was served. - o - GRAVESIDE RITES Graveside rites were held Saturday at St. Michael's cemetery for Thomas John, stillborn son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Besch, Circle Pines, Minn. The little boy was born Wednesday. Mrs. Pearl Besch, grandmother of the child, spent from Wednesday until Saturday at the home of her son and family. - o - WED 25 YEARS Many relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley attended their 25th wedding anniversary. Among those from a distance were Sister Mary Dorothea, Omaha, and Sister Mary Cecelia, Anthon, both sisters of Francis and Dan Foley, and Mrs. Foley's sister, Sister Mary Celine of Waukon were special guests. - o - 89 YEARS YOUNG A number of relatives gathered at the William Meyer, Sr. home to help Mr, Meyer celebrate his 89th birthday Saturday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. J-uesday, March 19, 1968 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 Herman Voigt and Mrs. Mathilda Meyer of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek; and Rosella Voigt, Algona. Sunday afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke, Fairmont; and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyer, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Rash, Algona. Sunday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, West Bend. - o - Mrs. Woodrow Russel, Mrs. Paul Linder, Mrs. Maynard Roeber, Janice and Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs and Evonne attended the wedding of Sandra Potratz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potratz, and Robt. Mahany at Ft. Dodge March 16. Miss Potratz formerly lived here with her parents and is employed in Ft. Dodge. St. Michael's Rosary Society met Thursday night. Following the luncheon and business meeting, cards were played with Mrs. Art Elbert winning high and Esther Walters, second high. Mrs. Joel Reding won plate prize. Mr. and Mrs. Lester (Sport) Fuchsen returned home Monday from a weekend in Chicago and vicinity. While there, they at- tended graduation exercises of their son, Tom, from DeVry Electronic Institute. Tom returned home with them. Lorenz Gade went to Rochester, Minn., where he reentered St. Mary's hospital Monday and underwent surgery Friday. Latest report is that he is getting along nicely and should be home this week. Women Voters From Algona At Regional Eighteen members of the Algona League of Women Voters attended a regional meeting Tuesday at Fort Dodge at which the local women were hostesses to members from Carroll and Ames. Speakers were members of the state board who stressed briefing on proposed state constitutional amendments. Campaign techniques were explored as well as local campaign problems which also apply to other communities. The organization will hold its annual meeting March 27 at which new officers will be elected. On the nominating comittee are Nelda Finn, Peg Fowler, Midge Kuester, Jo Clapsaddle and Gail Cowan. Lucile Navoichick is chairman of the club's financial drive which is taking place during this month. Annual dues are $5. FOLLIES New MET SPORTS CENTER (Hwy. 494 & Cedar Ave., Bloomington, Minn.) EVES.: Apr. 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27-8 p.m. MATS: Apr. 20, 21, 27, 28 — 2:30 p.m. SUNS.: Apr. 21 and 28 — 6:30 p.m. APRIL 17 — Sold Out Tickets: $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50 (all seats reserved) Half price for Juniors 16 nnd under Apr. 18, 23 and 24 at 8 p.m. and Apr. 27 at 2:20 p.m. Special bargain matinee Sat . Apr. 20, 2:30 p.m (all seats $2.75 and $1.50). Mail Orders to: Ice Follies, Metropolitan Sports Center, Bloomington, Minn. 55420 Enclosed is check LJ Money Order [J totaling $ for junior seats and adult seats at $ 1st CHOICE - DATE AND TIME 2nd CHOICE - DATE AND TIME . . Name _ . _ _ . Address, City_ ._ ___State See special junior performances in ad. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope.

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