The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 17
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WELCOME TO THE 14th Annual KOSSUTH BAND FESTIVAL Sponsored By The Algona Chamber of Commerce SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 PROGRAM 11 a.m. — Parade, starting at old athletic Field on State street. 11:30 a.m. — Luncheon for bands at high school Annex. Noon — Luncheon for bandmasters and wives and Band Queens at the Algona Hotel. 1:30 p.m. — Twirler clinic at Farm Bureau building. 2 p.m. - Marching demonstration by Thompson band on State street. 2:15 p.m. — Concert at courthouse by West Bend band. 2:30 p.m. - Introduction of Band Queens at courthouse, with Mayor C. C. Shierk, M. C. 3 p.m. — Marching demonstration by Thompson band on State street. 7 p.m. — Program at new high school football field in southeast portion of town; R, P. Norton, M. C.; marrhing exhibition by Burt band; twirling exhibition by Karen Na- voichick; marching exhibition by Twin Rivers band; massed band numbers; and crowning of 1963 Band Queen by Barbara Kudej, Kanawha, reigning Queen. The program is slated to end about 8:15 p.m. You are on your way home. Drive carefully I Come Again I BEAUTIFUL BAND QUEENS AND COLORFUL FLOATS The Entire Band Festival is FREE to ALL ... From Morning Till Night! 1600 MUSICIANS DIFFERENT BANDS GIGANTIC MORNING PARADE THROUGH DOWNTOWN ALGONA Algona Junior High Algona High Algona Garrigan Bancroft St. John's Boone Valley Britt Burt Buffalo Center Corwith-Wesley Senior Corwith-Wesley Junior Elmore, Minnesota Goldfield Kanawha Lakota Ledyard LuVerne Rolfe Sentral Swea City Thompson Titonka Twin Rivers West Bend MASSED BAND PROGRAM HELD AT NEW FOOTBALL FIELD IN THE EVENING A free movie will bo presented at 2 and 4 p.m. at the Algona Theater. According to Manager Ray Langfitt, the movie has not shown before in Iowa and it is first class production that will be of interest to all who attend. Free passes will be issued to band members when they sign in. LeuthoId-WilUams (The Hub Clothiers) These Algona Business Firms Welcome You To See The Most Dramatic and Stirring Mu sical Extravaganza of the Year! Kent Motor Co. Kossuth Motor Co. Isaacson Studio Jack's O. K. Tire Service Baiter's Davis Paint Kossuth Radio & Electric Oil Co. Buscher Bros. Implement Algona Produce Co. The Chrlschilles Store Modern Pry Cleaners The Security State Bank Heecher Lane Appliance United Bulging Center Hutzell Office & School Supply Graham's Algona Implement Co. Jpe Bradley Equipment Sheakley's Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Funfc Plumbing & Heating Hood's Super Valu Carson's for Color J. C. Penney Co. Honsbruch Drug Mag Plumbing & Heating North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Algona Greenhouses Iowa State Bank Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Flour & Feed Christensen's Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Shoe Store Smoke Shop Shllts BrownnUt Shoe Store Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n Bonigaars $ & IQ Percjyal Motors SchulU Bros. Garage & Oil Station Universal Mfg. Co. Sherwin-Williams Paints Wiltgen Jewelers Strayer Standard Service Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Blossom Insurance Agency Coast-to-Coast Store Bjustrom Furniture Co. Irons Heating & Plumbing Thermogas Co. of Algona Waldron's Cafe Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Algona Theatre Co. Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Hawkeye Bowling Lanes Algona Plumbing & Heating No. Iowa Appliance Center Dau Garage & Body Shop Read's Furniture Frederick Hardware Post Transfer & Storage Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co. Zender's Sharp's Jewelry Foster Furniture Co. Ernie Williams - John Deere ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES ALGONA IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1962 Wide Choice Universities, Colleges By Local Students Notes Of Servicemen NORKFOI.K, Vn. — Paul K 5eit7cnauer, musician third class JSN, son of Mr and Mrs L. W leitzenauer of Lone Flock, is serving with the band of the Commander Carrier Division 20 staff, embarked aboard the aircraft carrier USS Randolph when it returned to Norfolk, Va., from the Mediterranean recently. While the band was aboard the ship, she visited Barcelona, Spain: Naples and San Remo, Italy Bagheria and Corni, Sicily, ami Cannes, Golfe Juan, Nice and Bcaulieu, France. LACKLAND AFB, Tex. - Airman Basic Gary D. Ellifritz son of M rand Mrs Bonnie B. Ellifritz of LuVerne, is being reassigned to Amarillo AFB, Tex. for technical training as a United States Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. Amman Ellifritz, who completed the first phase of his military training here, was selected for the specialized course on the basis of his interests and aptitudes. The airman is a graduate of Lu Verne Community high school. **,. LACKLAND AFB, Tex. — Airman Basic Charles L. Heinen, son of Mr and Mrs Charles F. Heinen, l.R. 1, Algona, is being reassigned to Greenville AFB, Miss., for echnical training as a United States Air Force medical service pecialist. Airman Heinen, who completed he first phase of his military raining here, was selected for he specialized course on the iasis of his interests and aptitud- s. He is a 1960 graduate of Garri!an high school. GUNTER AFH, Ala. - Doctor Arthur N. Haug of Ledyard, who recently came to active duty in the United States Air Force in the rank of captain, has completed the orientation course for officers of the medical service here. The doctor is a son of Mr and Mrs Cyril A. Haag, Ledyard. Captain Haag is being reassigned to the USAF dispensary at Ouster Air Force Station, Mich. Ik- will join the staff there for practice as a dentist. Doctor Haag attended the State University of Iowa. The doctor is married to the former Mildred A. Heiar of Bancroft. They have two children. COAST OF CALIF. — James L. Richardson, radarman, seaman, USN, son of Mr and Mrs Paul L. Richardson of 301 East Call si., Algona, is serving aboard the destroyer USS Richard S. Edwards, a unit which participated in "Exercise War Dance," a training exercise off the coast of California, Aug. 27-31. The exercise involved 11 ships and 10,000 men of the First Fleet. The exercise began with a hypothetical limited war situation which escalated rapidly and culminated in a supposed general war. A host of Algona students aro now back in various colleges, universities and business schools. Listed below are a majority of those students; any omissions are unintentional, and we will bo glad to add to the list if given the necessary information. I'niversily of Iowa—Kathy Bay. Jim Finn, Charles Streif, Bob Boldridge, Linda Taguo, John I'latt. Rill Sigsbee, Denny Waller, Mary Mishach. John Wilson, David Passmorc. Howie 1 Funk, Janice 1 Rnek 1 , Cheryll Immerfall. Gary Rusk. Sherry Read, Tom Hutchison. Dirk Hanson, David Hiitchins. Iowa Stiito University — Ann Smith, Mike McNeill, Daniel and Louise Skow, Jody Cutler, Sue LaBarre, Leonard Funk, Joel Harris. Gary Angle. State- College of Iowa — Pat 'owan, Benjamin Herbst, Larry <lein, Jim Pratt, Lynn Hanson. Gary Graham, Bob Post, Marianne Steele, Sandra Cook and Carolyn Roclilrau. Manknto Stale — Marian and Cathy Roth, Barbara Bartlelt Siri Norton, Mrs Richard Lund- (uist, Randy Harmes. Julie Vipond and Sharon Schneider. University of California, Bprkr- ley — David Phillips. Duclirsni* Cnllfgr. Omaha — Ann Tcrese Brcnnan, Mary Bradley. Oorfrplown II. — Dick Vipond University of Valparaiso — Eugene Wittkopf. Iowa Wrsli-yan — Brigitta Whitemore. St. Olnf. Norlhfirld. Minn. Roberta Schwendemann. Stephens College. Columbia, Mo, Ruth Maxine Van Buren. U.S. Naval Academy—Bob Percival. Texas A. & M. — Carl McBride. Morningsiile — Dick Zvviefcl, Barbara Brandow. AugiiRtaua, Sioux Falls—Sandra Bay. Iowa Methodist School of Nursing, DCS Moiucs — Karen Haase. Dartmouth, Hanover, N. H. — Blll..Bourne. Drake University — Kim Deal, Marianna Reiken, Wayne John- ion. Calif. Inst. of Meellcal Techologj :arol Wittkopf. Noire Dame — Jim Stanton. St. Teresa's College, Winona, Hinn. — Mary Jean Hood, Charlene LaBarre, Jo Ellen Milder. University of Minnesota — Pam Waller. Buena Vista — Marilyn Simp- 90TH BIRTHDAY Jim Cox observed his 90th birth day Sept. 17. He was born in Brooklyn, N. Y. in 1872. Presentation Heights College, Aberelecn. S. D. — Mary Reilly. College of St. Catherine, St. Paul — Joan Mikes Creighton University —Blondina Erpelding, John Carman. Loras College, Dubuque—James Erpelding. Burt Host To County Future Teacher Unit Kurt — Kossuth County Future Teachers of America (F.T.A.) held their first meeting of the new school year at the Burt School, Sept. 17, with Nancy Herzog, Ledyard, County president, presiding. Changing of the Constitution was discussed by those in attendance II was voted by the majority to keep the present constitution as i.s, wilh a majority of 4 delegates per every 10 members. Frances McDonald, Burt, Kossuth county music and recreation chairman will be a candidate for District music and recreation chairman for !'J(i3-b4 school year. The District officers will be elected at the all day District meeting to be held in Humboldt on Sept 2\i. Kussuth County F.T.A. will have tour voting delegates. In attendance at Monday's meeting was Mrs Mary Oester- riechor, Burt Kossuth County F T A. sponsor; 7 members and sponsor, Mr Tomlinson from Sentral: :i members and sponsor, Clayton Helwick, Lakota; 12 members and sponsor, Mrs Scott, Ledyard, ti members and sponsors, Mrs Sowers and Mr Hansen, Burt. The next county meeting will be held at Titonka. 35 YEARS Tuesday, September 11, marked the completion of 35 years in the rural mail service in PosUille. for Harvey Q Christofferson. He received his appointment as a carrier effecti\e Sept. 12, 1927. Mr Christofferson plans on continuing his work.

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