The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1965 · Page 9
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UftJftJ «£f)C Slgona tipper Bf s illoinrs F/ve GHS Girls At Music Camp Jk :* The five girls shown here, left to right, Vicki McGuire, Sue Nelson, Connie and Corinne Bormann and Kathy Plathe, all students at Garrigan high school here, are attending a music camp at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls the week of August 8-15. The week at Cedar Falls is filled with rehearsals, classes, recitals, lessons and practice sessions and will be climaxed Sunday afternoon with a final concert and dance to which all parents are invited. All five take part in band and chorus at Garrigan under John Sterba and Sister Virginia Marie. (Photo by John Hamilton) Burt Woman Home After Eastern Convention, Tour BURT - Miss Lura Sewick is home from a 3800 mile trip that took her to the National Education Association Convention at New York City and as a delegate from Iowa to the National Classroom Teachers Workshop In Connecticut. She accompanied Mrs. Brown of Forest City who is the state president. Following is an article "A History Lesson" by Miss Sewick, relating her experiences. - o . "During the first week in New York, I spent some time visiting the United Nations, Worlds Fair, Statue of Liberty, Radio City, Empire State Building, Lincoln and Rockefeller Centers. We were indeed kept busy while at the N. E. A. Convention, but it was well worth while. I was privileged to meet President Johnson, who was given an honorary life membership in the N. E. A. We we re also delighted to hear the national commander of the American Legion. After our session of N. E. A. ended and with our visit to New York we left for Storrs, Connecticut, where the National Classroom Teachers Workshop was held. We were allotted some time lor historical tours and these included visits to the Mystic Seaport, Old Sturbridge Village, the Nathan Hales home, Freedom Trail in Boston, Niagara Falls, Hyde Park where we visited the graves of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt. Returning to Iowa we stopped at West Branch wnere we spent hours in Herbert Hoover Memorial Library, graves and birthplace. To me, the simplicity of the Hoover Memorial was so much more impressive than the many others we visited, with the exception of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D, C, Another thing that made a deep Impression on me was to see "Old Glory" flying every day before so many homes in the east. My only regret of this wonderful experience was that I could not have taken all of my history students with me for this very great history lesson." Miss Sewick is a junior high history instructor in the Forest City school system. Talk Merger Of Rodman School With Em'burg An exploration of the possibility of merging the Rodman school district with the Emmets* burg school district got underway last week when members of both school boards met. Harry Woods was chairman of the Rodman group, and others present were Mrs, Paul Forey and Mrs. Richard Wills. Rodman has had no high school for a number of years, Its students attend neighboring high schools, Rodman has 79 students in eight grades. 4 Corners Social Club Met At Carroll Home PORTLAND *- The Four Corner Social Club .of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, August 3 in the home of Mrs. Hazel Carroll, with 11 present and two guests. Members were: Viva fiingsdorf, .Marieta Zwiefel, Lonie Van Hove, Velma Nelson, Leona Haase, Wyona Harms,. Marian Spear, Agnes Stewart, lola Bartlett, Emily Larsen, and Hazel Carroll. Sharon Car roll and Korene Fitch were guests. The meeting was called to order by Hazel Carroll. It wjus voted that there be no July or August meetings next year. The meeting adjourned and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, September 7th, in the home of lola Bartlett. - o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen attended a bowling picnic at Crystal Lake, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister and Bill and Mary Ann Goetz of Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cox of Templeton went to Marian, Iowa, a week ago Sunday where they spent the day with the Cecil Cox family. This was in honor of the birthday's of Mr. Cecil Cox, Mr. R. V. Cox and Mrs. Bernard Meister. Their birthdays all coming in the same week. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons are enjoying a visit with their daughter Barbara and husband, who are spending a few days here. Barbara has been here about two weeks while her husband arrived last Wednesday from Germany, where they spent two years. They will leave next Tuesday for Arlington, Texas, where.they plan to make their home. Mr, and Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton" were Friday evening visitors in the S. R. Parsons home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Goetz, Mary Ann and Jean of Wesley attended DIAMOND'S the Ball Game at Bancroft last week end and were guests in the Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy visited in the Melvin Von Bank home at Lu- Verne, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Welp of Bancroft were Wednesday evening visitors in the Bernard Meister home. "Like the clock, time will pass quickly if we keep our hands moving". Fete Titonka Man On 80th Birthday TITONKA - L. C. Heifner was honored at his home July 31, his 80th birthday. A dinner was enjoyed by several relatives at noon and open house from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Earl Zwiefel served cake and Mrs. Vincent Heifner poured. Lewis carried mail for 46 1/2 years and retired ten years ago. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heifner of Arlington, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Clair Heifner, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Heifner and family of Thief River Falls, Minn.; Mrs. Lee Davis, Carmel Valley, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harker and Cyrus Heifner, Dorau, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Denny, Henry Carolus, Gracie Heifner, James Nesbit all of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heifner and family, Boyceville, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Seller, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. June Noble and family, Britt; Ruth Kilko, Cedar Rapids; Mary Ginrich, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heifner and family, Buffalo Center; Rick Johnson, Austin, Minn.; Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard; LeRoy Seller, Cedar Rapids; Miss Judy Heifner, Clear Lake and Mrs. Donald Fink, Hampton. - o - Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson have enjoyed a visit from their daughter, Mrs. Martin Dean of Chicago. Ramsey Reformed church Women's circle meeting this Save More I SHOP EARLY! 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Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Cordes and family of Rhinebeck, N.Y. spent ten days with his mother, Mrs. Reka Cordes. Legion Auxiliary met Monday at the Lloyd Bartlett home. There are over 9 million teenagers in U. S. secondary schools an Increase of over 43% In the past decade. Last year, local advertisers invested 56% more dollars in newspaper advertising during the fall back-to-school months. Showers Honor Two Bancroft Girls Recently BANCROFT- A bridal shower honoring Becky Becker was hold Thursday evening in St. John's church hall. Rebecca will lie married August 21 in St. John's church to Galen Stacy, Milwaukee, Wis. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Decker, Bancroft. A miscellaneous shower honoring Linda Weber,daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Welwr, was held Thursday evening at the Baptist church parlor. Miss Weber is a recent graduate from Ames. Miss Agnes Olsen entertained the Baptist Guild at her home Thursday. Mrs. Rose Murphy returned Friday after several months visiting her brother and five sisters in Chicago. On her return, she stopped and visited her three sons and families, Dr. Arch at Waverly, Dr. Thomas at Winthrop and Hammel, Marion. Her daughter Mrs. Frank Shea of Long Beach and Thomas Murphys, Omaha, were all at the Dr. Thomas Murphy summer home for a family reunion. Dr. Thomas Murphy and family came for the wedding of Richard Schiltz and Joann McClelsh Saturday and Mrs. Murphy returned with them. To create a dally ton of newsprint manufacturing capacity in 19C3 required a capital Investment of $110,000 to $120,000, exclusive of paper and wood supply - about three times as much as prior to World War n. About 20% of the total telephone calls to and from the average newspapers are classified advertising. SPORT WEAR Fall Fashion Keyed by Altogether right for your campus life . . . 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