The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 17
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Operetta Will Be Presented, Burt School BURT - "It Happened In Holland," an operetta, will be presented at the Burt Community School at 8 p.m. Friday, April 23. It will be presented by the elementary childrens chorus. The leading roles will be played by Franklin Becker, JiUSmith, Kevin Fraser, Connie Shlerbon, jolynn Scheer and Sandra Lovstad. Many other boys and girls will be taking parts in the production directed by Mrs. Erna. Grover. - o - FETE MARTHAS Present and past Marthas of the Kossuth chapter O. E. S. were honored at the April meeting held at the hall Tuesday evening. This was the Chapter's Friendship meeting. Mrs. Clark Miller sang two solos, accompanied by Mrs. Don Dugan. An impressive ceremony was presented by the conductresses and four Star Points, honoring Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr. present Martha, Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, W. M. gave a reading. Mrs. Ted Hoover poured. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Merlin Davies, and Lulu Hawcott. - o - GETS AWARD James A. Fries, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fries, was named the outstanding senior in chemistry at the University of So. Dakota at Vermillion. An award was presented to James at the annual Haynes Banquet sponsored by the college of chemistry. James has accepted an assistantship at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, in the fall. He is married to the former Pat Meacham and they axe parents of a 3 year old daughter, Kimberley Ann. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, spent from Saturday until Monday evening at the Archie Struthers home at Oakdale. Sunday, all were guests at the John Knowling home in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Walter Compney and Mrs. Dean Andre'ws^'attended an all- day training school for District W. S. C. S. officers at Iowa Falls Tuesday. Burt friends were sorry to learn that former superintendent of Burt schools Harold Martin was hospitalized at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Viola McDonald spent the Easter weekend with her daughter Frances at Sioux City. Perry, Karen and Timmy Steward spent the past week at the parental Walter Steward home. Enjoying a week's vacation from college classes bacause of flood conditions in Mankato were Cheryl and John Lovstad, Patt Hoover, Gerald Hilton and JoAnn Ackerman. Irvington Mem, M-City Girl Engaged To Wed SANDRA GARROTTO Announcement is made of the approaching marriage of Sandra Louise Garrotto, daughter of Mrs. Paul N. Garrotto, Mason City, and Paul N. Garrotto, Los Angeles, to Patrick Gerald Frankl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl of Irvington. A late summer wedding is planned. Miss Garrotto is a graduate of Mason City high school, attended St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing and is employed at Park hospital, Mason City. Mr. Frankl is a graduate of Garrigan high school and is a pre-med student at Iowa State University, Ames. Lone Rocki i By Mrs. A. A. Krueger ! Mrs. Jim Long entertained a group of ladies Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Ruth Krueger's birth.. day. The guests included Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Mary Henrich, Mrs. Andrew Thomsen, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Maude Blanchard and Mrs. Jack Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig iind boys and Mr. and Mrs. Ted /era, Buffalo Center, were juests last Sunday of the woman's mother, Mrs. Rosa Rahm- stock, Lakota, in honor of her birthday. Thursday, Mrs. Radig and son, Dion, went to Lakota and helped her mother entertain about 25 ladies in honor of her birthday, A group of ladies surprised Mrs. Ruth Krueger on her birthday April 3 and brought lunch. The guests were Mrs. Andrew Thomsen, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. Fritz Newbrough, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Mary Genrich and Mrs. Rose Kraft. Sunday, the Art Person family went to Winnebago for a birthday dinner for Lee Person's 82nd birthday. He is staying awhile at the home of his daughter, the Milo Bonebrakes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft and Joy were Sunday dinner guests at the home of R. G. Borchardts at East Chain. Mrs. Rose Kraft worked at the county farm this weekend and has been staying with her daughter, the Jim Walkers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and the Roger Jensen family attended church services Sunday at the Presbyterian church, Algeria for the confirmation class in which Barbara Jergenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson, was a member. They were all dinner guests at the home of Dean Jergenson afterwards. Mrs. Willis Cotton was honored at a birthday party Friday, with Mrs. Frank Flaig as hostess. Other guests included Mrs. Melford Mitchell, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Roger Jensen. A ham party, sponsored by the Legion Saturday night, was well attended in spite of road conditions. Frank McFall, Fenton, won the door prize, which was a hog '/>"••. ,.,;.• Donald L. Dailey, Superintendent of Farm Loans Equitable of Iowa takes pleasure in announcing the location of ROBERT M. SNEDDEN Farm Loan Representative M-or-o-in^ ,., in v • ( :„• r ;7, .. Algona, Iowa Mr. Snedden has been located in our Spencer, Iowa, Farm Loan Office, and we have made this change in order to give better service in North Central Iowa. Mr. Snedden can be reached at telephone number 515 - 295-7082 and through P.O. Box 607. Feeling adventurous? BuyaLeSabre with a Wildcat lurking under the hood. (And a lot of action behind the wheel.) SLL YOUR LOCAL AUFHOIH/Ll) BUICK DLAIfH AUIHOfd.'f l> I3UICK I'tAILR IN MII3 Ai-.tA SCHULTZ BROS* • South Phillips St., Algona, Iowa or the cash. Mrs. Glenn Householder and Mrs. Jamie Jensen won the free drawings of $5 each. Pamela Dean Wegener, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener, was baptized Sunday at the Presbyterian church by Rev. Fred C. Preul. Dinner guests at the Wegener home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and Mrs. Doris Hoist and daughters, Yvonne and Yvette, Algona. A large crowd attended the last card party of the season at the Legion hall, sponsored by the Auxiliary. Funds from these parties are used to help support a needy veteran's girl and also used to help send their representative to Girl's State. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lacey and Rodney, Des Moines, were guests at the home of her parents, the Art Bakers. Mr. and Mrs. George Harms, Redfield, S. D., were weekend guests at the Eric Seegebarth home and were here for the sale of her mother's household goods. A joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary was held Monday night. The Auxiliary have a spring conference coming up April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton went to Spencer Sunday and were dinner pests at their son John's home. The occasion was in honor of John's birthday and his daughter Deborah's birthday and also Mrs. Cotton's. The A. T. Taylors, Des Moines, also were guests. Roger Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Baker, and Judy Geitzenauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Fenton, were married March 13 in the Lutheran church at Ellicott City, Md. His sister, Mrs. Virginia Wubben went to attend the wedding. Jerry Newbrough and David Weber, students at University of Iowa, are home for their spring vacation. The Delbert Blanchard family, Cedar Falls, stopped at the Edw. Blanchard home Sunday and then went on to Spencer to the Gene Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Seegebarth went to Rochester, Minn. Sunday to attend confirmation of Dawn Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler, Algona, visited at the E. A. Lee home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Melvin Meyers at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and Jonathan went to Woodward Sunday and visited their daughter, Patricia, in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Sr., Havelock, spent Sat. afternoon at the Richard Behrends home. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Jensen arrived at the parental homes, the Robert Hannas and Roy Jensens Sat. They are on a three week furlough from the army and their home is at Aberdeen, Md. Mr. L. Newbrough, who had Thurtdoy, April 22, 1965 Algona (la.) Uppsr Det Mo!n«t-S surgery at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Howe, Shell Rock, spent the weekend at the Harold Schmeling home, Whittemore and the Glenn Householders. Mrs. Mary Genrich left Monday to go to Houston, Tex. where she will spend a month at the home of her son, the Bernard Genriches. 44 Members At Whittemore 4-H Meeting The Whittemore Boys' 4-H Club met April 13, 1963 at the Whittemore Legion hall. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Jackie Detrick, with 44 members present. Guests were Earl Schmitt, Harold Poppen, Art Elbert, Matt Erdman, Francis 111?, Phil Eischen, Frank Dogotch, Vern Bormann and Joe Besch. Earl Schmitt gave a talk on electricity. 6oys that signed up to take electricity as a project were: Rick Elbert, Tom Loeback, Mike Mosbach, Mark Besch, Mark Erdman, David Besch, John Winkel, Dale Weber, Tom Kollasch, Jim Walker, Steve Detrick, Jerry Besch and James Elbert. Dick Reding and Harold Poppen talked on feeding and taking care of calves. Demonstrations were given by John Winkel and Steve Detrick and James Elbert and Joe Detrick. A talk of courtesy was given by Barb Reding and Jackie Detrick. Lunch was served by Elberts and Illgs. CONSTRUCTION PAPER White & Colors, 12x18. — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Office Supply Dept. PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THE ALGONA FLORAL HALL - FAIRGROUNDS Friday - Saturday - Sunday, APRIL 23 - 24 DOORS OPEN 2 P.M.-9 P.M. -CLOSES 6 P.M. 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