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March 19, 1968

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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8—Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, March 19, 1968 Chorale Group Performs Twenty-four members of the Mid-America Chorale, a regional professional performing vocal group, appeared here all day Thursday, climaxing the Algona visit with a concert in the evening at the high school auditorium. During the day, small groups of Chorale members visited Bryant, Lucia Wallace and Bertha Godfrey grade schools and presented short programs for junior high and grades 4, 5, and 6. The photo above was snapped at Bryant as a vocal quartet, right, performed an interesting series of numbers. You will note that with one exception, the performers attracted the complete attention of the students. (UDM Newsfoto) LOCALS MARK CUBIT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cubit, celebrated his fifth birthday with eight friends at a party in his home. The friends who attended were: Jon Andreasen, Joe Geelan, Bill Hayes, Don Johnson, Steve Koob, Todd Lighter, Jack McGuire and Mike McVeigh. DICK GODFREDSEN drove to Cbippewa Falls, Wise., March 16, to meet his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Richards. Mrs. Richards returned to Algona with Dick and she will spend a week visiting friends and relatives in this area. Accompanying Mrs. Richards is her daughter, Lori, who will be a guest of her cousin, JudiGroen. MR. AND MRS. Robert Riedel moved last week from their rural home to their new home at 414 N. Minnesota street. FRIENDS of Rev. and Mrs. Knute Orton will be interested in knowing of their activities. They are home on leave, but plan to return some time in June to their missionary field in Africa. Rev. Orton is at present on a "round robin" missionary conference which has taken him to several eastern states. Mrs. Orton and little daughter Nicole are staying at Butler, Pa. while Rev. Orton is traveling. They saw Rev. Orion's mother, Mrs. Myrna Orton at Terra Haute, Ind. briefly. They plan to be in Algona the first Sunday in June MRS. ANDREW HANSEN has received word from her sister Drusilla, Mrs. Don Mertz, Grand Island, Nebr., that she is hospitalized. Mrs. Hansen is at present in Storm Lake with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin, until word is received from Iowa City as to when Mr. Hansen will have surgery. MR. AND MRS. G. W. Naylor bad as guests last week and over Sunday, Mrs. Dorothy Rodenbush, mother of Mrs. Naylor, William Rodenbush, Mrs. Elma Northeast and Mr. and Mrs. S. Cannon, Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Can. The daughter Judy of Ames, and son Gary and his fiancee Lois Ann McCrea, both of Simpson College, Indianola, were also here for the weekend, MR. AND MRS. Robert Wells and four daughters traveled to Jefferson City, Mo. last Friday to visit his parents. They returned Sunday evening. Mr. Wells is manager of the J. C. Penney store here. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby and their son John of Jackson, Minn, left last week for a visit of two weeks at Albuquerque with Mr. and Mrs. Mac Poling and family. Mrs. Poling is a daughter of the Nasbys. MRS. HAROLD SMITH had as a guest Thursday Ernestine Steward of Burt. MRS. LOUELLA ESSER has , been dismissed from St. Ann Hospital and is now at Good Samaritan Home n, Algona Jaycees Nominate Slate Of Officers Algona's JayCees will elect a slate of officers at their next meeting. Nominations for the positions were turned in by the nominating committee at the club's meeting Wednesday night. Les Foxhoven is serving as president of the group during the current year. Nominated for president were Bob Post and Bob Cramer; vice presidential nominees are Walt Turchin, Bob Wells, Dr. Don Kingfield and Thorval Verrips; treasurer nominee is Bob Bachman; and Loren Utterback, Tom Kissner, Bill Welsh, Earl Ludwig and Rick Powers were nominated as directors. 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