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Lifestyles Ankeny Register Press Citizen Enjoy chorus, concert, art, theater at Ankeny Evening with the Arts The Ankeny Community Chorus will host "An Ankeny Evening with the Arts" with the Ankeny Art Center, Ankeny Community Band and Ankeny Community Theatre on May 4 at Prairie Ridge Church, 825 N.W. 36th St. in Ankeny. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. with displays from the art center, community band and theater group.

The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. The chorus, under the direction of Mike Gossen and accompanied by Diane Rauser, will perform a variety of selections that are sure to please a wide range of musical tastes. Refreshments will be Page 6RA Tuesday, April 17, 2012 provided by the Ankeny Hy-Vee Food Store. Freewill donations will be accepted. Other upcoming performances of Ankeny Community Chorus include Ankeny Baccalaureate, Ankeny Summer Sounds Concert, and an Iowa State Fair performance from the Bill Riley Stage.

As a non-audition choir, we promote universal participation. We remain open to all interested people willing to make a personal commitment to quality musicianship. For more information or details on how to join, visit www.ankenycommunity chorus.com. Pam Washington, Ankeny Community Chorus ANNOUNCEMENTS Thelma Roush follows the lead of Director Mike Gossen at an Ankeny Community Chorus rehearsal, lee navinregister file photo Lathrop Hilton Obituary Mildred Chute, Ankeny Mildred "Millie" Thede Chute, 78, passed away April 5 at Sunny View Care Center. Funeral services were April 9 at St.

5-5-12 Tim and Kellie Lathrop of Ankeny, Iowa are happy to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Jenna, to Zach Hilton, son of Tom and Maureen Hilton of Silver Spring, Maryland. Jenna graduated from Arizona State and A.T Still University. She is now a Physician Assistant at Complete Care Medicine, in Gilbert, Arizona. Zach graduated from North Carolina, played in the NFL, and currently works for Zimmer Spine in Medical Sales. A May 5, 2012 wedding and reception will be held where the couple met, at the Montelucia Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The couple will reside in Gilbert, Arizona. Funeral Home. Memorial Mass was April 14 at St. Anthony's Church in Cedar Rapids, Neb. John was born Feb.

14, 1959 in Denver, Colo. John graduated from Hastings Community College with honors in auto body studies. John also graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Electronic Engineering Degree from DeVry and worked as an engineer at Barilla America in Ames. John married Renee Cagle on Oct. 2, 1992.

Survivors include his wife, Renee of Ankeny; daughter, Michelle (Michael) Gossen of Des Moines; his grandson, Michael Joseph Gossen; parents, Virgil and Janice Pugh of Belgrade, Tom Davlin of Denver; sister, Cheryl (Larry) Springer of Culbertson, brothers, Tom (Pat) of Lincoln, Bill (Tammy) of South Sioux City, Mick (Fran) Pugh of Albion, Rick Pugh of Harper, and several nephews. He is preceded in death by his grandparents; and a brother, Lee J. Pugh. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Leukemia Lymphoma Leukemia thy's Episcopal Church in West Des Moines as a secretaryoffice manager. In the past few years she collated the Flashback column in the Ankeny Press Citizen, a column about Anke-ny's past.

She was also a published freelance writer. She was an active charter member of St. Paul Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. She was active in choir, Stewardship Committee, and Lutheran Women's Missionary League and had served as an organist for many years. She also served as an on-call organist for Calvary Lutheran Church for the Deaf in Des Moines.

She is survived by her husband, of Ankeny; daughter, Pamela (Ron) Houseman; sons, Paul (Linda) Thede of Boone, Bill (Janette) Thede of Granger, Robert (Roseanne) Thede of Bondurant; stepsons, Jaimeson Chute of Salem, Matthew (Shannon) Chute of Scott Air Base, seven grandchildren, Donnie Houseman, Sam Thede, Melinda (Chris) Blazek, Sarah (Zeb) Sanny, Jordan Thede, Cait-lin Thede, Clarissa Thede; two step-grandchildren, Giuliana Chute, Elisabeth Chute; three great-grandchildren, Parker Robert Blazek, Athrum James Sanny, and Kira Rose Sanny; brother, Bernard (Myr-na) Gundel of Fontanelle; mother-in-law, Pat Huntsman of Red Oak; two brothers-in-law, and two sisters-in-law. She was preceded in death by her first husband; parents; grandparents, Reverend George Sr. and Elenore Gundel; grandparents, Carl and Ida Voss; a sister stillborn prematurely at 5 months; brother Donald, who lived only a few minutes; brother, Lawrence Gundel; and a number of aunts, uncles, sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law. Visitation was April 8 at St. Paul Lutheran Church.

Memorial contributions may be designated for the music program, Chancel Choir or Bell Choir of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Ankeny. Ankeny Funeral Home and Crematory is handling arrangements. John Davlin, Ankeny John Patrick Davlin, 53, of Ankeny, passed away April 10 at Mercy Hospice in Johnston following a battle with leukemia. His body was cremated and visitation was April 12 at Ankeny IT Paul Lutheran Church in Ankeny.

Burial was at Ankeny Memorial Gardens. Millie was born Feb. 26, 1934 in Carroll to Reverend and Mrs. George Gundel of Glidden. She graduated from Glidden Consolidated School and worked in Carroll at Gatens and Pringle offices, the Daily Times Herald, and as a Northwestern Bell Telephone Operator.

On June 19, 1955, Millie married Donald Thede of Carroll. In 1963 they moved to Ankeny. Millie worked as the church secretary at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ankeny, the Ankeny Press Citizen as a staff writer, Manpower, Office Mates, Team Mates, Kelly Services, and the Crossroads Area Agency on Aging. Don died in 1984, and in 1988 Millie married Michael Chute of Red Oak.

She worked at St. Timo What a beautiful 90 years young she looks! HAPPY BIRTHDAY to a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother! We love you very much and thank you for allyou have done and what you mean to us! Please help us celebrate Barbara's birthday by showering her with cards at: 4503 Ovid Ave. Des Moines, IA 50310 Smith 60th Anniversary Kirkendall Library Reader of the Week Reader: Sarah Wick Parents: Rochelle and Tony Wick 'The Hunger Favorite book: Games" Last book read: "Mockingbird" Favorite author: Margaret Peterson Haddix Grade: Fifth Hobbies: Reading, Softball, video games Pets: Fish: Moe, Violet and Sucker Kirkendall Library Green Tipster of the Week Tipster: Amy Bryant, Ankeny resident and a civilenvironmental engineer for the city of Ankeny Tip: Check the (in your fertilizer, that is) How can this tip improve the environment and quality of life in Ankeny? Fertilize your lawn, not streams and ponds. Help prevent algal blooms and growth of unwanted aquatic vegetation by knowing about your fertilizer and choosing one without phosphorus (or P). Excess phosphorus can deplete the oxygen in our water bodies which leads to algal growth.

Fertilizer labels are identified by NPK (N equals nitrogen, equals phosphorus, and equals potassium). Unless you have a newly seeded lawn, most soils in Iowa provide all the phosphorus that your grass needs. You can look for a P-free fertilizer which would be identified by "0" phosphorus or (-0-). Make sure to follow the proper application and fertilize during appropriate conditions. Suggestions for how others can use this tip: Don't over-fertilize.

Use only what you need to do the job. Sweep grass clippings, leaves and fertilizer from driveways, sidewalks, and streets. This keeps any excess fertilizer from directly entering the storm sewer system. Get your soil tested to see exactly what fertilizer you need, or choose to take a break from Ralph and Phyllis Smith, formerly of Cumming and Des Moines are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on April 13th, 2012. They were married on Easter Sunday, April 13, 1952.

Their family and children Marty, Mary Sue and Kayla invite you to help them celebrate this special occasion by sending greetings to: POBox91 Iowa City, IA 52244-0091 iDes Utoines Agister How To Contact Us News Ankeny reporter: Sara Sleyster, ssleystedmreg.com, 284-8211 Ankeny sports: Dan Holm, dholmdmreg.com, 238-2094 Ankeny editor: Melanie Lageschulte, mlageschdmreg.com, 284-8256 General email: communitydmreg.com Fax: 284-8152 Photos (at least 400k in size) must include names of people shown, where they live and details of the event or action. Letters to the editor selected for publication may be edited for length or clarity and must be signed. Please provide a daytime telephone number for verification. Deadline for all materia Is is noon Thursday for Tuesday editions; noon Tuesday for Friday editions. Advertising Account executive: Jody Savage, jsavagedmreg.com, 284-8526 Account executive: Jolene Hanson, jolenesdmreg.com, 286-2599 Account Relationship Specialist: Rachel Cook, racookdmreg.com, 284-8407 Circulation and delivery Reprints and additional copies Call Center: (877) 424-0225 Des Moines Register library: 284-8270 Find Ankeny news at DesMoinesRegister.comAnkeny and follow us on Facebook.comankenyrpc i Please join in the celebration for our parents Harvey and Donna Boeckholt Saturday, April 28th, 2012 Open House, 1 to 4 PM St.

Mary of Nazareth Catholic Church, Parish Center 4600 Meredith Dr. Des Moines, IA jpnuJEj No Gifts Please DM-9000335266.

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