The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1965 · Page 3
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4-Algono (la.) Upp«r D M Moln» tui»«loy, Worth *, 19*$ Ledyard Band Students High In Rankings LEDYARD - Eighteen grade school band students received superior ratings and 13 received excellent ratings at the North Central Iowa Bandmasters' Association Invitational Grade School Music Festival at Mason City recently. Sixth grade students receiving superior ratings were Denise Klinksiek, Carla Engelby, Jolayne Griese, Linda Haag, Karma Engelbarts, Glenn Peterson, and Terry Blome; receiving excellent ratings were Alan lnglett,Brian Munyer, Donald Reese and Jill Bauman. Seventh graders receiving superior ratings were Martha Wallentine, John Koppen, Nancy Thompson, Debbie Ingebritson, Charles Udstuen; those receiving excellent were Douglas Blome, Sandra Warner, Kathy Reese, Susan 'Busch, and Jackie Busch. Eighth graders receiving superior were Gail Dontje, Pam Klinksiek, Bob Gilbertson, Patsy Thompson, Cynthia Klinksiek and Craig Klocke; those receiving an excellent rating were Marvel Orvick, Kathy Hurlburt, Mardelle Griese and Allan Dontje. Clarence Winden is band director. -0- SPEECH WINNERS Thirteen students from the Ledyard high school participated in the 1965 District speech contest at Lake Mills Feb. 25. The following students received division I ratings: Deanna Brandt, Gretchen DeBoer, Lynn Munyer, Deloris Kreb- sbaok, Dianne Water house and Phyllis Wallentine. These students advance to the State Speech Contest March 19-20 at Sioux City. The following students received division II ratings: Renae Lloyd, Monica Munyer, Nancy MacKinnon, Barbara Schroeder, Wayne Logemann, Craig Lloyd and Robert Beck. Speech teacher is Mrs. Don Keeney.. -o- GUILD MEETING ...... The February meeting of the Women's Guild of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church was opened by the vice president, Mrs. Roy Valvick. The contributions from the Thank offering boxes was to be sent to the American Bible Society and the Winnebago Indian Childrens Home. The program was in charge of the Christian Education Committee with Mr-s. Herman Goetz as chairman. The birthday hymn was sung for Mrs. Herman Goetz and Mrs. Soren Pederson. Mrs. Goetz read the scripture, a poem was read by Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier, followed by a song by Mrs. Eldon Dontje, Mrs. Wallace Logemann and Mrs, Herman Goetz, accompanied by Rev. Vriesen, Mrs. Orville Runks- mier gave a book report. Hostesses were Mrs. Arden Runks- meier, Mrs. Fred Runksmeier and Mrs. Alfred Kramersmeier. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Symens and Jimmy of Amherst, So. Dak. visited at the parental Harold Herzog home Wednesday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Dontje and family, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler and family of Titonka, Mrs. Henrietta Dontje and Mrs. Grace Johnson and boys were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Johnson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caylor and family of Bancroft visited at the Cyril Haggs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter and Orrie Udstuen visited the John Carpenter home in Omaha last weekend. Mrs. Kenneth Poppe has been a patient at the Blue Earth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Weringa and daughter are now at home in the William Bauman home, Mr. and Mrs. Engelbart Logemann visited Mrs. Henrietta Dontje Sunday evening, Afternoon callers were Mr. andMrs.Doug- las Mechler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Engelby and family and Mr, and Mrs. Tim Doocy were Sunday dinner guests of the Dennis Doocy family, Humboldt, Ann Carpenter,, student at Iowa State University, visited at home from Saturday until Tuesday, William Elifrits, former Granger farmer now residing in the Perry Lutheran Home for the Aged, celebrated his 101st birthday February 12th. EUfrits was born in Polk county and served ou tliu 01'a.ugor town council for 15 years. Portland Folks Attend Britt Wedding Sat. PORTLAND - Several Portland families attended the wedding of Wayne Christensen, Saturday evening, who was married to Miss Karen Bird of Britt, in the Evangelical Free Church at Britt. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Harris Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs, Edmund Larsen. - o Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf were Friday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dickman of Woodstock, Illinois, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Paul Krueger home. Mr. Dickman is a nephew of Paul's. Mrs. Bernadine Ophiem and family, Burt, were Sunday and Monday visitors in the parental Jay Steven home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and family were Sunday evening supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson visited the Harvey Johnsons in Algona, Thursday evening. Harvey is convalescing, in his home, after having surgery about two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were dinner guests in the Alvin Andreasen home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson went to Fairmont Friday where they visited Mrs.-Soren Larson and were dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister went to Templeton last week Monday where they were overnight guests in the home of Mrs. Meister's parents, Mr, andMrs. R. V. Cox. The next day they went to Harlan, Iowa where they visited and were overnight guests in the home of Mrs. Meister's brother, the Cecil Cox family. They returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker went to Lorida, Florida, leaving Saturday, Feb. 20. One of the places they will visit in is the Ernst Sodrell home in Lorida.' They plan to be gone sev jl 1 era! weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker heard from Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter who are vacationing in California. While in California, they will visit Mrs. Edith DeLozier in Los Angeles. They will go on a Flying Farmers' Tour to Hawaii. They plan to be there 8 or 10 days and will visit Mr. and Mrs. Ronald White while in Hawaii. There have been two meetings thus far, of a series of four meetings that will be held, to discuss taxes, financing, the school situation and other,public services. This is -put'"but by the Iowa College Extension. Small groups gather for discussions. The first meeting was held in the Frank Becker home. The second meeting was held in the Kenneth Sarchett home. Those attending the last meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchett. Mr. Ray McCorkle of Austin visited in the Frank Becker home Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mcister were Sunday dinner guests in the Bernard Meister home. "An open foe may be a curse, but a pretended friend can be much worse," P.C.A. Annual Meet, March 23 The Emmetsburg Production Credit Association will hold its 31st Annual stockholders meeting March 23rd in Emmetsburg, according to Manager Leo B, Jens- void, Highlights of the meeting will be an address by Don Hovendick, Ass't. Vice president Federal intermediate Credit Bank of Omaha. Stockholders also will hear a report on the Association's progress during the past year and elect one director. The annual meeting will begin at 11:30 AJSA. with registration at the Assumption Parish Center. A business meeting and entertainment will follow the luncheon. Directors of the Emmetsburg P.C.A. are C.H. Arthur, President, Spirit Lake; R.B.Cham' bers, Vice President, Emmets* burg; Don McCarthy Aigona; Rexford jftuisen, Ruthven; and Robert Place, Armstrong, The Emmetsburg Association serves seven counties, Swea-Eagle Kenneth Iron** Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larson spent Friday to Tuesday visit- Ing their son, the Ray Larsons at Bettondorf. Ann accompanied them. The Sam Larsons and the Don Martins were Sunday dinner guests at the Richard O'Greens. Mrs. Gust Larson had surgery on her hip Thursday at Fairmont hospital. She had fallen on the ice earlier and broken her hip. The Weldon Brandts, Virgil Jensens, Bob Andersons and Harold Jones met at the Jones home Saturday evening as a discussion group. Mrs. Wayne Jorgensen entertained friends and classmates of her daughter Sonja Thursday after school for her 7th birthday. Guests were Debra Larson, Rhonda Montgomery, Valerie Jones, Jane Decker, Belinda Champion, Tammy Elliott, Jolleen Swanson, Wendy Johanson, Cindy and Dawn Jorgensen, and Carmen and Cameron Bishop and Mrs. Darrell Bishop. Members of the Eagle Homemakers Club solicitated for the Heart Fund this year. The group collected a total of $64. Workers included Mmes. Ormal Guinn, James Koons, Laverne Larson, Paul Wiechmann, Johnie Tobin, Wendell Ditsworth, James Rock, Warren Brones, Irvin Smith, Tony Grabianowski, Mancil Hurlburt, Wallace Dawson, Jack Carol Markovetz Of Algona To Wed April 14 Mrs. William Markovetz of Algona announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Carol Ann, to Michael E. Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dixon of Bancroft. Miss Markovetz is employed as a medical secretary at Mercy Hospital in Des Moines. Mr. Dixon is with the U. S. Armed Forces at >Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. An April 4 wedding is being planned. _ Reece, Virgil Tokheim and Harvey C. Larsen. The money was turned into Mrs. Walter Gorac- zkowski,. chairman of the group. Papal Volunteer Meeting, Mar. 14 An informational meeting concerning the Papal Volunteers for Latin America will he held at Garripan high school in Algona on March 14 at 2:30. A movie on Latin America, entitled "The Eleventh Hour" will be shown and a representative of the Lay Volunteer A postolate office of the Sioux City diocese will lie present. All who are interested in this program of aid to Latin America -especiallyprospective volunteers - are Invited to attend. The Sioux City office which has already sent twelve lay persons from northwest Iowa to Brazil in the last three years is now accepting applications for the 1965 training program. Local representatives of the program are Mr. James McMahon, Dr. D. J. Shey and Father Edward Mason. Plan Smorgasbord C. D. A. are making plans for their annual St. Patrick's Day smorgasbord, which is to be held Mar. 14 at St. Cecelia hall. The regular meeting will be held Mar. 11. Dinner at 6:30 and following dinner will have as guest speaker, Salvador DeSouza of Brazil, foreign exchange student who is spending this year in Algona. Chairladies are Theresa Thilges and Mrs. Clara Weydert. Program chairladies are Mrs. Irene Nitchals and Mrs. Leonilla Hamil- ton, assisted by Arlene Simon, Catherine Bormann, Anna Courtney, Margaret Erpelding, Sylvia Germann, Esther Hilbert, Susanna Altman, Deane Gerber, Helen Mikes, Veronica Roethler, Cecilia Simons, Nina Gisch, Mamie Winkel, Helen Miller, Wilhelmina Gillingham, Ida Winkel, Loretta Nauholz, Phyllis Wildin and Carol Cotton. FBLA Names Mister, Miss, Recent Dance The Algona chapter of Future Business Leaders of America held their annual Valentine's Dance Feb. 13 at the high school Annex. As is tradition, the winners of the Mr. and Miss F.B.L.A. contests were announced. Candidates were nominated by club members and interviewed by three judges who decided the winners. Judges were Bill Steele, Mrs. Doris Gurms and James Anderson. Roxie Rogert, daughter of the D.C. Rogerts, was named Miss F.B.L.A., and Wayne Patterson, son of the Verl Pattersons, was named Mr. F.B.L.A. Richard Dreyer and Vicki McConnell were announced as runners-up and will serve as alternates in the State Contest in April. Other contestants were Kenyon Gabrlelson, D3iinis Walker, Doris Anliker and Marlene Henderson. . JNDIAN WAR VETERAN Joshua Johnson, 93, of Boone, died this month. Identified by the Veterans Administration as one of the 13 survivors of the Indian Wars, Johnson worked as a carpenter in Boone an'l Des Moines. Another veteran of the Indian Wars is Charles G.Jones, 91, who lives at Cedar Rapids. EXPERTS CORN • SOYBEAN CLINIC Thursday, March 18 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. FREE LUNCH at NOON V.F.W. Hall, Algona Sponsored by The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Roland Ostwald, Whittemore Roland Ostwald, 43, this week's Country Neighbor, farms three miles north and one-half mile east of Whittemore, During 1964, Roland had 70 acres of corn, 84 acres of soybeans and'§2 acres of pasture. He raises chickens, hogs and sheep and seems to favor taking care of chickens to all other jobs around the farm. Son of Henry and Caroline Wehrspann Ostwald, Roland was born Dec. 25, 1921 at Whittemore. He is a member of the Farm Bureau, Lutheran Lay men's League and American Legion - and enjoys fishing and camping as hobbies. Mrs. Ostwald is the former Marabeth Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Owens. She was born at Wichita, Kansas, and married Roland at St. Louis, Mo. Sept. 6, 1952. She is a member of the Whittemore Woman's Club, St. Paul ladies aid, PEO and St. Ann hospital Auxiliary. Reading, knitting and bridge are her hobbies. Mr. and Mrs. Ostwald have two children, Roland Henry, Jr. (Hank), 10, who is a fifth grader, and Elise Caroline, 7, a second grader. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Upper D«i Moines Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S BEST - WITH QUALITY AND ECONOMY Phi 295-3555 AJgono I'jIlliiM J can KEEKCr I Buscher Brothers Intpl. 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