The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1962 · Page 10
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6~A1g6na (to.) Upper Be» Melnej Tuesday, June 5, 1962 by - August and Millie Single observed their forty-fifth wedding anniversary May 19 and had a few friends as dinner guests. August is an unusual man in that at his age (maybe he doesn't want the exact years toldi does not use glasses. To have eyes that good is a wonderful thing. Hazel and Paul Schneider became grandparents for the fifth time with the birth of a son to their son David and wife. Five grandsons and nary a granddaughter. Hazel says they are headed toward a baseball nine. The new- baby was born May 22 at Winnebago, Minn. His dad is in service at Fort Irwin, Calif., but will be home on furlough in a few weeks. Mrs. Schneider and baby will go back with him. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seelpy and the latter's mother Mrs. Laura Hintz were recently at Minneapolis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boisjolie and Mark Sceley. Mark is a student at St. Thomas college and is a member of the boys chorus. They were honored by being asked to sing with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. • * * Mrs. Augusta Brit?. SO, is an airplane enthusiast and would like to travel that way a lot more. May 17. she flew to Bartlcsville. Okla . accompanied by Eric Smith and attended the funeral services for her brother, Oscar Voss, flfi. Mrs. Beitz is the last of the family. SlK 1 said they flew at 11.000 feet and the going was very smooth and enjoyable. Elmer Kelley gave me some interesting information the other clay about the band. Years ago we had a fifty-second regiment band and among the personnel was my uncle Pat Cady, Glen Brunson anJ Hugh Smith who played cornet, slide trombone and bass horn, respectively. In 1904, a Woodman band was organized by Elmer and as an inducement membership in the order was given those who joined the band. Elmer had joined the order in 1903. Twenty-eight men made up the band which grow to around 35. Of this band, the only living persons are Elmer. Al Spongberg and Frank Ostrum. The band was later called the Municipal Bund. Is zat so? "Marriage is like a violin. After the beautiful music is over, the strings are still attached." • * « A letter from the Abner Lnngs of Davenport had news which will he of interest to many Algonans. Junior Long, son of Minnie ami Chester Long and nephew of Abner, lives at Washington DC. lie is a Lt. Col. in the air force and expects to be promoted to Col soon He is married and has two children. It has been quite awhile since 1 had heard anything about him. His sister Gertrude and mother live in California. Minnie was back here on a visit a few- years ago enronte to visit with Junior and family. The Longs. ! Abner and Blanche. 1 , were also at j Wellsville. Pa. to see Dorris and family > Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher i. • * * We are losing another family to California, and it is to be expected when all the children live out there. .Mr. and Mrs. Mallard Snyder spent the winter at Cudahay with an aunt of Mrs. Snyder. Mrs. Bessie Trifler. The Snyders will give possession July 1 to Mr. and Airs. Herman Jensen. Buffalo Center, and will locate at Riverside where their son Clair lives. The son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Le Dow. Minneapolis, have sold their home. too. and will be going to California about the same time as the Snyders. Mr. Snyder was at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, a few weeks ago and since he has been in pool- health for some time, his doctors believe the milder climate will be beneficial. Lakofa Seniors Fly To Mpls. On 'Skip Day' I.nkntn — The Srnior el.iss of 1,,'ikotn hmh school held their an- mini Skip Pay to Minnoapiilis r>.'- i-pnily. Thirteen seniors and two I'haperones. Supt. .1. \V Cook and thr class sponsor. Mrs. Kio\viot, made the trip. They loft by plane for Minneapolis ;md were met .it the Minneapolis airport hy .Fake Peterson with (he I.akotn school bus. Hospital Patient Mr. I. Fv \Vortman has been a patient at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester the past week and expects to he there another week. floinu To World's Fail- Mr, and Mrs. Ray Hort?ke lefi recently for a three-week vacation. They plan to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Btickels at Missoul.i. Montana, and the Ed Kramt r-. a( Cloverdale. Cal.. all former I.a- kotans. They also plan to see the : World's Fair at Seattle. ; Pvt. Lamont Junkermeier came home recently on a month's leave. The Lincoln Homemakers met May 111 at the home of Mrs. Louis \Vingert. A talk was given by Mrs. John S. Rippentrop. The LedyaVd Township Homemakers met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Bierlo. The lesson was given by Mrs. Henry Sleenhard. Mrs. Jerry Heetland reported on a committee meeting. Mr. and Mrs. James Meuer attended the associate Barbers of Iowa Convention at Waterloo r' 1 cently. Jim was elected vice presi A birthday club has dwindled to' dent of the group for the next four members. Dot Smith, Delia McCullough. Grace Johnson anc Hazel Miller. They meet when possible and if a birthday is not celebrated at the right time, they get together when convenient to do honors. They even permit Don Smith and Ralph Miller to join them, especially when they decide to go out of town. Such a party was held May 25 when the group went to Clear Lake. years ago, there was a band- j ' stand on the courthouse corner and concert night was a big event. Mr. Shaddock sold popcorn from his machine on the corner, everybody dressed up and walked square, many Graduation At Titonka High / Held Thursday two years. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer are parents of their first child, a son. born May 16 at the Blue Earth. Minn, hospital. He weighed 9 Ibs.. 12'j ozs. and has been named Kevin Dean. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Karels and Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer. Donna Hertzke, who works for Northwest Airlines in New York City, has received an advancement. around the square, many sat the east and south porch step? many on seats provided and still more on the grass kept neat and trim by Matt Hnlt/.bauer. Time marched on and the mentioned seating places were not so crowded. Titonka — Senior class exercises took com- place Time did some more marching. much to the disgust of many.; many people, the county fathers forbade further use of the grounds.' the bandstand was torn down and band concert ninht sort (if faded to-almost oblivion. I have ofu-n thought what forebearing men tin- hand had—imagine giving concerts from sidewalk.-,! Then the swim ming pool was tried out and then- have been changes, but alas 1 Tlv Gala night has suffered an awiul beating When I wa-. in i'l-fM.-mt Ariz., I was gratified to see a fine band shell on the ground- of the courthou-.e—and it wa.^ a-, fine a courthouse as anyone would ever see. Well, what's ^ood enough for Prescoit ought lo be goo*, enough for Algona. And hen- I for another vani- hcd youth — HAM) ('(A mencement at Titonka school last Thursday evening. Welcome by Lewis Giesking. on | class president: Salutatory — Ros- annc Alexander. Address delivered by Rev. \V. Morris Kildal. Presentation of class by Supt E. H. Brott. Presentation of diplomas hy H W. Kitzinger, president of board of education assisted by Merlin Scholl. high school principal. Valedictory by Joan Dietrich: benediction, Rev. J E. Janssen; recessional by high school band. Mr and Mrs. Erwin Eden attended Honors Convocation at State College of Iowa. Cedar Falls. Wednesday Their daughter, Syl I via. was chosen a member of, Bormanns Hosts, Riverdale 4-H Kiverdale Hustlers Unit I 4-H Club met May 19. Each member answered roll call with a favorite flower and vegetable they plan to plant and why. The Country Girls ~reed was judged by Mrs. B. J. Anliker of West Bend. Winners were: Darlene Plathe. junior, Paula Thilges, intermediate, Bernadette Hilbert, senior. A letter was read by Bernadette Hilbert from Avis Lettow from Sweden. Demonstrations were given by Darlene Pluthe and Jackie McKeown, Suzanne Reding and Yvonne Kohlhaas. and Charlene Thil- ge.-> on framing a picture. Talks were given by Paula Thilges on a Cleaning Kit. Door prizes were awarded to Mrs. Alvin Klein and Bernadette Hilbert. Lunch was served by Corinnc and Connie Bormann and their mother. give a fun of CKKT for junior women recognizing leadership and scholarship. She was also honored as a member of Tomahawk a sophomore activities honordiy. Thi- Clarence Akkermans recent- Iv had their daughter Donna at Lome for a week's visit She i- frorn Des Moines (den Miller's father. R F Mi! ler. Buffalo Center, was Mncken wiib a heart attack last Sun<h> and i-. now at Buffalo Center i js Ol-TICK SLI'f'I.IKS -Business . forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Cpper Des Moines Pub. Co., Al- t-'ona. across from new Municipal [talking lot. I always like "Thai Wonderful penally l-kcd h darry Moore's Year" and I e-. 1'rtiH - Wh.it me lodloils siing-, "Shine on ll.ir\eit Moon " "Light of the Mhery Moon, ' ' Cuddle up .1 Little C|t,,,-i : Lo\ey Mine". When 1 pla>cd m the theatre oreheMra v,e u,ed in play "On \\ IM cmsm" quite ufti i> for a "chaser " \u dearies, tin- chaser did not follow a dnnl' it was played while the audience filed out at the end uf Hie evening s performance Demon \i-ited wph Bntt over the week Carol Sherman was here with her .son the other d nurse.s aide- lit 1 is a cute ( Mis. Jem i •e\i'i]-ueek old > She was , here some tune ag.i little fellow all die--, c-d up in red and while striked pants and reel jacket, tspical bo\ . outfit. Babies aren't allowed to be babies any more-—especially bo\ babies. Into pants the. inomeni they are born, almost. * * * I am ulwaNs talking about (li.i monds and my fondness for them Here is a story I appreciate- "A coupl.- of women from New York checked in at a Miami : iote-l and were wej/-:ng em J'inous diamonds at conljiig to tin tale "You should JMVc si ell Itiem' Honest, ihev didn't speak to each other fur weeks They just flashed messages." Mrs Sadie relatives in end | Mr- Heiko Boekelman was - a medical patient at Si. Ann ho.-, pital recently Tuesday evening was aw am night a! the high school ai htor- mm. when members uf (lasses •fiuiii ninth through twelfth were i presented honors in music sports. perfect attendance, scholarship, Riverdale Unit 2 Met May 19 Kiverdale Hustler.-, I'mi II met May l'i it was announced ihat Florence Mcliuue will ,ini> the ! H si.ng at Hally I)a>. L,,M r'.r peldmg will be a delegate to the State Cunference and will also be a candidate for county office The Country Girl's Creed v.as re(-ii«.,l by all members with Mrs Anlik< r cjf VNest Bend aetiii(4 as judg" Winners were senior group, HOSJ J Lee Illg. intermediate group i K. Ihleen 1'lalhe junior group ; Jut.kic McKeown Janice Thul gave a talk on a i cleaning kn Jacki" McKeown ,Loi., Ki (Aiding and Hosa Lee Illy i gave demonstrations. Lunch was ' served by hostesses Connie and Corinne Bormann. 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