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NOV. 4,1965 Ifeni*tt ! Published By The Upper Dei MoirtM • I Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa I • JOAN BOUINGER | • News Editor | 10—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, November 4, 1965 Crown King, Queen At Sentral On Halloween FEN'TON - Miss Katliy Gerhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhardt, and Eucone Chrischilles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chrischilles, woro crowned as the new quren and king at the annual Halloween Party held at the Fenton Community Center Saturday evening. They were robed, crowned ajid presented a money prize by last year's queen and king, Lori Zumach and Timothy Koenck. Winners in the individual categories were as follows : First group miscellaneous - Timothy Johnson as Little Red Riding Hood ; second group miscellaneous - Lee Dreyer as a barber; third group- Dave Yager as a robot ; fourth group- Eugene Chrischilles as a mummy ; fifth group - Marcia Meyer as a pumpkin ; Indians - Tammy Waite and Cindy Voigt ; fairies - Elsie Ostwald; clowns - Melanie Waite and Hank Ostwald; animals Gwen Elmers as a lion, black cats and bats - Tania Berkland and Helica Krause; cowgirls Starla Waite; cowboys - Steven Madden; witches - Katliy Gerhardt; gypsies - Glenda Vaudt; ghosts - Barbara Pompe; old ladies - Vicki Dreyer, Tammy Elmers and Lori Zumach; old men and hoboes - Maria Waite, Linda Jorgensen and Paul Jorgensen. Following the judging a comic film strip was shown and then all children in costume were given lunch by the Town and Country Women's Club which sponsors the annual event. Over one hundred enjoyed the evening's fun. Judges for the evening were Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Mrs. Woodrow Kracht. Twenty four ladies attended the Prayer and Self-denial Service held recently In the youth chapel of the Fenton Methodist church. The program was presented by Lorene Reimers, Mabel Mortensen, Esther Frank and Frances Stoeber, and Phyllis Rusch, pianist. A special offering was taken to send to Scarritt College and medical missions around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw were surprised by friends and neighbors Oct. 28 in honor of their 20th wedding anniversary. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen Mr. and Mrs, Paul Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bierle and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eimers. The surprise callers brought along lunch and a gift for the Shaws. Afternoon guests of the Omar Lennings last Monday were Mrs. Clarence Dobeck and girls of Burt and Sheila Madden of Armstrong. Miss Madden was an overnight guest also. They were guests to help Linda celebrate her birthday. Carol Shaw of Minneapolis was a weekend guest of her parents, the Don Shaws. Sunday dinner guests of the Shaws were Mr, and Mrs. Gary Jasmin of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Owen, Recent dinner guests of Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hingel of Amboy, Mr. and Mrs. Ren Beisel of Mason City, Mrs. Verona Nielsen of Belmond, Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn, Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn, Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and Mary and David Krough. The dinner was to celebrate Alvira Hingel and Lena's birthdays. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brulm. Recent dinner guests of Mrs, Anna Meyer and Elsie were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, the Victor Meyer family of Ottosen, the Edgar Meyer family of Algona, the Paul Meyer family of Rutland and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. Sunday dinner guests of the Gene Tietzs were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family of Lone Rock. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson attended the dedication services Sunday for the new addition to Trinity Lutheran church at Hardy, la. They w«re supper guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Omeal Nelson on Sunday evening . Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Dennis of White Hear Lake, Minn. Mrs. Dennis is a niece of Mrs. Stoeher. Mr. and Mrs. R.ty Stoeber were guests of tlio Kenneth Steines of Fairmont At a Halloween party on Sunday evening. The ALCW of Depew mot last Thursday with Mrs. Aldrich Johnson riving the inspiration and Mrs. Charlie Nelson the cost of the mouth which was charities. Mrs. Harry Darkve, Jr. and Mrs. Ol'fd Naii: were hostesses. Their next meeting lias IKKMI |x>stponed to December 2, as the regular date for their meeting would fall on Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Ida Dreyer was hostess to both the Thursday and the Saturday bridge club last week. On Thursday prize winners were Mrs. Herman Moss, Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Mrs. Arlo Ranney was a guest. On Saturday the winners were Mrs. Charlie Newel, Mrs. Walter Krause and Mrs. Ed Priebe with Mrs. Clarence Wegener as a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and family and Mrs. Ida Dreyer were Sunday dinner and supper guests of the Duane Dreyers of Humboldt. Junior Class At Sentral To Offer Comedy FENTON - The junior class of Sentral high school will present the three-act dramatic comedy, "Papa Was a Preacher" by Alyene Porter, on Nov. 5, at 8:00 p. m. in the Sentral gym. The play is directed by Mrs. James Jackson and Gary Rath, student director. The main characters include Dale Eldrldge as Papa, and Mary Lou Larsen as Mother. The other characters are portrayed by Doug Kadlng, Brian Johnson, Mary Mienke, Bill Hassel, Candace Vaudt, Ervin Root, Marlys Wichtendahl, Vicki Eimers, Rita Luedtke, Leslie Luedtke, Kathy Schadendorf, Renee Douglas and Alan Hall. Mary Lou Larsen Selected For All-State Band FENTON - Miss Mary Lou Larsen, daughter of the Norman Larsens of Ringsted, and a junior at Sentral high school, has been selected as a member of the All- State Band for the All-State Music Festival to be held inDesMoines over the Thanksgiving school vacation. Auditions were held at six different centers in the state. Each student was auditioned individually and had to display proficiency on any major scale, charmatic scale and sight reading. Miss Larsen was one out of four out of a possible fourteen bass clarinet players selected. There will be a concert held on Saturday, Nov. 27, at the KRNT Theater. Mr. Leo Kucinski of Sioux City, la. will be the guest director of the mass band of approximately 250 pieces. Career Day For Stateline, Sentral, Nov. 4 FENTON - Sentral high school will be host Thursday, Nov. 4 to the State Line Conference annual career day. The career day is for all juniors attending high schools of Kossuth county (except Algona) and all high schools of the State Line Conference. Forty different occupations will be discussed during the day. Keynote speaker for the day will be Dr. Ray Bryan, Iowa State University, Ames, la. Noon lunch will be served in the Sentral lunch room for approximately 400 students. The faculty for career day and the school administration will be served their noon lunch at the Fenton Methodist church. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper Des Molues Pub. Co., Algona. PSYCHIATRIST Q "I think first we'll concentrate on getting that chip off your shoulder." Seneca Club Is Hosl To New Member SENECA - Mrs. Alfred Peterson was hostess to the Seneca Thursday Club at her home. Plans were made for the club evening dinner which will be held the Friday after Thanksgiving. The hostess had charge of the entertainment which consisted of guessing games, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Clarence Cheever and children and Mrs. Henry Looft were guests. Mrs. Looft joined the club as a new member. - o - William Loss, who submitted to surgery on his back some weeks ago, was brought home last Friday and is recuperating satis- ' factorily. He is able to be up and about, but will not be able to do any work for some time. His brother, Earl Loss of Irvington, came and did the fall plowing for him. Ernest Davis also assisted Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Letcher of Alexandria, So. Dak., and Mrs. Archie Whitman of East Chain, Minn, visited at the Henry Loofts Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thiel of Platte, So. Dak. were weekend guests at the parental Everett Withams. Mr. and Mrs. David Lofft and sons spent last weekend at the Dick Loofts, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Witham were Thursday, evening dinner guests at the Henry Schultzhome at Whittemore, honoring Mr. Schultz on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen of Ringsted and their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Armstrong of Denver, Colo, were Saturday evening guests at the August Nelsons. Vernon Wilberg, who has been employed at Minneapolis, has resigned his position and has enlisted in the Air Force. Sunday dinner guests at the George Jensens Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Milieu Jensen of Waltham, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, Willard Appelt of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Armstrong of Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England and Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin were Saturday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. C, A. Plath at Armstrong. Additional guests included Mr. and Mrs. FredShllts of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham drove to Troy Grove, 111. Thursday where they visited their daughter and family, the Norman Watsons and the Pete Helmers at Chicago. They enjoyed a family get-to-gether at dinner at the Helmers home. On Sunday they visited at the home of their grandson, the Rocky Sloters at Leland, 111. Mrs. Raymond Bergum accompanied her sister, Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Ringsted, to Emmetsburg Tuesday where they attended the funeral of a cousin's son, three-year old William Daniel Hamilton, son of the William F. Hamiltons. Mrs. Iver Bergum observed her 71st birthday anniversary Thursday. Dropping in to help her celebrate the event were her daughters and daughters-in-law, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Robert Eichenberger of Blue Earth, Minn,, Mrs. Lloyd Eichenberger and Larry of Lakota, also Mrs. Mary • Paulson of Lone Rock and iifs. Clarence Menz. Mrs. Art Bergum spent Tuesday with her sister and - family, the Donald Larsens, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Otis England home at Ringsted. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arno Grandow of Iowa Falls. Turkey Supper FENTON - Monday, Nov. 8, is the date for the annual Blue Mound turkey supper at the Fenton Methodist church. Serving will begin at 4:30 p. m. Tickets are available from any WSCS member. The M. Y. F. willnave a candy booth for anyone with a sweet tooth. Dies In Omaha FENTON - Word was received last week of the death of William Keller, 76, of Omaha. He was married to Edna Lauritzen and they were Fenton residents several years ago. The funeral was Saturday in Omaha. No School, Nov. 8 FENTON - There will be no school at any of the Sentral schools on Monday, Nov. 8, as parent-teacher conferences will be held ;that day. Lone Rock By Mrs. A. A. Krueger Kay Geitzenauer and a friend, Janice Haubenthahl, Cresco, spent the weekend at the home of Kay's parents, the L. Geit- zenauers. Michael Lee entertained about 35 Sentral high school students at his home Saturday evening. Mrs. Clara Bellinger, Mrs. Newton Hleter, Algona, and Mrs. Lela Heiter of Livermore spent Saturday at the home of Marilyn Bellinger at Renwick in honor of Mrs. Lela Heiter's birthday. Judy Hammerstrom and a friend Lorie Fenneman, New Hampton, were guests of the Ralph Hammerstroms this weekend. Both girls are student nurses at Sioux City. Lester Bullock, student at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, the Rev. Albert Bullocks. Thomas Geitzenauer left Oct. 12 for the service and is getting his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McGuire, Burt, and Mr. Dell Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marlow and family were guests Thursday evening at the James Marlow home in honor of their son, Kevin's 5th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blanchard and girls, Omaha, spent from Thursday to Saturday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, Minn., spent the weekend at the home of his parents, the A. A. Kruegers. Sunday dinner guests in honor of his birthday were Mrs. E. A. Lee and the Melvin Meyer family, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. James Harris and family, Sioux City, spent a few hours in town Friday calling on a few friends. He is a former school superintendent here. Mrs. Laura Kelly, Vinton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Adams, Algona, called on Mrs. Amanda Pettit Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.Howard McCh6s- ney, Van Nuys, Calif., left Wed. after spending a week with Mrs. Amanda Pettit and relatives. They left for Abilene, Texas to visit their son, Howard McChesney and family, before going to their home in Calif. Ralph Hammerstroms visited the Laverne Hammerstroms at Ware Sunday evening. Billie Weisbrod has received his boot training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center and is in the Naval Air Reserve. He arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe Wednesday and will be here until he leaves for Japan. I Notes Of IServicemei DENVER, COLO. - Airman Second Class Daniel P. Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Ludwig of Whittemore, has been graduated from a special electronics course at Lowry AFB, Colo. 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Akkerman, a clerk-typist in the division's 7th Administration Company, entered the Army in May 1965. He completed basic training and was last stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21-year old soldier is a 1962 graduate of Titonka high school and was employed by the H & S Plumbing & Heating, Titonka, before entering the Army. MILTON, FLA. - Airman Apprentice Roy D. Nelson, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy J. Nelson of 600 W. McGregor St., Algona, has reported for duty at the Whiting Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Milton, Fla. Whiting Field is one of the largest auxiliary air stations in the Naval Air Basic Training Command. Its primary mission is to provide support for the training squadrons which teach future Navy, Marine Corps Postpone Meeting FENTON - The Sentral Band Mothers meeting has been postponed from Monday, Nov. 8 to Monday, Nov. 15 to avoid conflict with several other happenings scheduled for the 8th. 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