The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1965 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1965
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• DEC. 16,1965 1 1 I Lone Rockers Collect Awards A COLLECTION OF NICE trophies came home to Lone Rock recently, as a result of the annual banquet and ball of the Iowa Quarter Horse Association, held at Ames. Dave Lynch of Lone Rock, center above, was awarded a nice group of trophies for high points for the past year on horses he owned. At the left is his daughter, Patricia, holding a trophy she also won in the high point halter two-year old cla'ss with her entry, Harmon Pat Star. At the right is Ronald Struthers of Graettinger with the trophy he won with his horse, Poco Freddie, in the novice and novice cutting class. The Lynch quarter horse ranch is located 1 1/2 miles north of Lone Rock, and Dave has horses for both hobby and business purposes. The photo won the weekly $2.50 award for Mrs. T. J. Palmer of Algona, given by this newspaper for news photos submitted with local interest. Christmas Parties Rule Seneca Activity Week SENECA - It was "Christmas Everywhere" at the Robert Lynch home Saturday where the Lone Rock Lively Rockets held their annual Christmas party with mothers as guests. Hostess, Ellen Lynch, greeted the guests. Kathy Binzen announced the program. Kathy Binzen gave a humorous reading, "The Night Before Christmas." Gifts were then presented the mothers. The gifts were glitter candles which had been made by their daughters. The club girls then held their gift exchange. The group was then entertained at traveling bingo after which refreshments were served. ,„ M others present included Mr s. Robert liiynch, "j^rs. Willard Thompson, Mrs. O'Donnell, Mrs. Doocy, Mrs. SamMcCleish,Mrs. Paul Bernhard, Mrs. Gene Bollig; also the leaders, Mrs. Robert Binzen and Mrs. Amey Cherland, and guest-. Mrs.Henry Looft. Mrs. C. 0. Bailey joined the group for refreshments. Mrs. Amey Cherland, who has been a leader the past iive years, HI-INTENSITY GOOSE NECK DESK < LAMPS^ Petersen Furniture Fenton, Iowa NOWI Savings from $10 to $100 .. loNJMZA WS You get big savings on Knipco Portable Heaters! Bring in the "Bonanza Days" card you recently received in the mail. We'll remove the seal and verify the amount of your Hidden Discount. It $15, $25, $50—or even as much as $100! We guarantee savings of at least $10.00! Use it to buy Knipco, the best portable heater on wheels, at this pre-season special price. Knipco rolls almost anywhere on the farm—to warm machinery, animals and people. Hyrry in with your "Bonanza Days" card. We have a special free gift for you. No purchase is necessary. Adults only. • Take your "Bonanza Days" card to your Knipco dealer today. For address of your nearest dealer write: WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa tendered her resignation. Mothers will help with leadership duties until a new leader can be found to assist Mrs. Binzen. The club will hold Installation of new officers at their January meeting. - o - SENECA MIXERS The Seneca Modern Mixers held their Christmas party at the Wayne Ohnemus home Tuesday afternoon. The group voted to sned a gift to a children's home and gave a contribution to the Christmas Seal program. A large box of discarded greeting cards were collected and will be sent to the children's section of the University hospital at Iowa City. Plans were made for the January and February club parties which will be held at the Jerry Wilberg and Calvin Vaudt homes. The husbands will ]je guests. - o - JOLLY JOKERS PARTY The Seneca Jolly Jokers held their Christmas party by having luncheon at the Colonial Room at the Ringsted Cafe. They enjoyed a gift exchange and then spent the afternoon at "500." Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon entertainment. Members of the club, include Mesdames Lyle England, Jerry Jentz, Ted Jensen, Cecil Baldwin, Roy Klein, Otis England, Freda Madsen, Nina Kracht and Mike Kennedy of Armstrong. Mrs. Robert Lynch and Mrs. C. 0. Bailey substitute for absent members. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre entertained Saturday evening at their home in honor of their son Karl's seventh birthday. Guests included the grandparents, the John Andres and the Louis Lammers of Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum were last Sunday evening visitors at the Joe Fischers, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family spent the weekend with her sister, the Forrest Hanifans at Knoxville, Iowa. Lori Hope Wilberg, daughter of the Jerry Wilbergs, was baptized at Blakjer Lutheran church at the morning worship services Sunday with the Rev. Gordon Miller of Ringsted in charge. Sponsors were Lori Hope's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Finnestad of rural Fenton. The Wilbergs entertained at dinner. Guests in addition to the sponsors and their family were Lori Hope's grandfather, Martin Wilberg, also her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Henry of rural Algona. Wayne Lynch is a patient at Estherville having submitted to surgery the latter part of last week. Reports are that he is recuperating satisfactorily. The Blakjer Lutheran church women will hold their Christmas party Thursday afternoon. Hostesses will be Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs, Kenneth Thompson and Mrs, Henrietta Thompson. The program will be presented by the officers, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Wilberg have spent much time this past weekend at Esfherville at the bedside of the latter's brother, Kenneth Halverson of Fenton, who is critically ill, having suffered a heart attack on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were Thursday dinner guests of the Ole Pedersens, Fenton. The women spent the afternoon quilting. Mrs. Edna Johannesen of rural Lone Rock joined the afternoon quilting party. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt visited the latter's brother, Earl Flier, Thursday night. Earl is a patient at Estherville. Resident 48 Years, Fenton Lady Passes FENTON - Funeral services for Mrs. Fred Fessler, 84, will be held at 1:30 p. m. Thursday at the Fenton Methodist church with the Rev. Russell Eldridge officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Emmetsburg. Pallbearers will be six grandsons, Eldon and Darrell Lee, Maurice and Russell Moffett, Ray Fessler and Verle Pierce. Mrs. Fessler had made her home on the home place, now farmed by her son, Lowell. Mrs. Fessler died unexpectedly Monday at Holy Family hospital, EsthervUle, which she had entered on Sunday. The former Minnie McDermott, she married Fred Fessler at Rockwell City in 1903. They resided on a farm near Fenton for 48 years. Mr. Fessler died in 1962. Surviving are five children Lurhl Fessler and Mrs. Arthur Kruse of Ringsted, Lowell Fessler of Fenton, Mrs. Elmer Lee and Mrs. Marvin Moffitt. To Have Golden Wedding, Dec. 26 FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, Plainfleld, will hold open house for their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday, Dec. 26, in the Bank Lounge from 2-4:30 p. m. They are the parents of one daughter and three sons. All relatives and friends are invited. -Mr. Smith was manager of the Lotts Creek creamery for many years. Mary Hansen Is Hostess FENTON - The Town and Country Woman's club met Dec. 6 at the home of Mary Hansen for their Christmas party. Co- hostesses were Carvel Jensen, Dawn Struecker, and Helen Yager. Roll call, "Christmas literature I enjoy other than Bible stories" was answered by 19 members. Delores Elmers was in charge of the program, "Music from other Lands - A Dream of Faith, Hope, and Love." Honored With Birthday Party FENTON - Recent guests of the Gene Tietz's were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Norman .Bellinger and girls, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, and Mr. Harvey Bellinger, The event was Mrs, Tietz's birthday. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" ftewtter Published By The Upper Dot Moinet Co., Alflona, Iowa JOAN BOLUNGER Newt Editor Annual Sentral School Xmas Program, Dec. 21 Thurjday, December 16, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper De« Molne*-3 Joseph Priestly discovered the anesthetic "laughing gas" in 1772 hut its pain-deadening property was not recognized until 1799. FENTON - The Sentral high school chorus will present its annual Christmas program Tuesday evening, Dec. 21 at 7:30. The chorus consists of 80 members and is directed by Mrs. Warren Jones. They will perform the Cantata, "Born A King" by John W. Peterson. Soloists are; Rennae Votteler, Mary Lou Larsen, Rita Luedtke, Dale Eldredge, Gary Rath, and Dennis Eldridge. A duet is sung by Mary Lou Larsen and Allan Luedtke. Narrator will be Mrs. Warren Jones and pianist is Delana Votteler. The Junior High Chorus, consisting of 59 members, will perform a Carol Play, "One Christmas." This features the customs and beautiful carols from various countries. Accompanist is Lynette Johnson. As a variety, small groups from the high school will sing some light popular music and the chorus has a special arrangement of "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer." A preview of the program can be heard on Sunday over KLGA radio. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and Max and Mr. Borchardt's mother, Mrs. Rose Borchardt of Badger, la., recently returned from a trip to the Great Lakes Naval Training Station where they attended the graduation review of the Recruit Training Command of which their son, Brian, was a member. They also visited with the Walter Lokes at Elmhurst, m. and attended the International Livestock Show in Chicago. Their younger son, Brent, stayed with his grandparents, the John Kerbers of Fairmont, while they were gone. Brian arrived home on the llth on a 14-day leave before reporting for duty at San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jensen ,-. and girls of Ringsted were re:,,cent evening,, visitors in the fHgnneth' Halve/son home. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine entertained the 500 birthday club and their husbands at a Christmas party Sunday evening. Prizes were won by the Donald Hainzingers, Stanley Berklands, Roger Frinks, and the Larry Gades. The women's secret pals were revealed in a gift exchange and the men enjoyed a grab bag for their gifts. Mrs. Dora Haack returned to Fenton Sunday and is staying with the Carl Becks to recuperate. Tuesday evening guests of the Norman Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Alderson and Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer. Mrs. Gus Krause returned home this week after spending time with her daughters, Marlys and Judy, and their families. The Friendly Neighbors club met Thursday at the home of Lena Luedtke and Leona Meyer with Edith Laage as assisting hostess. A reading, "Taking Santa out of Christmas" was given by Elsie Dreyer. The group voted to send a cash donation to the county tuberculosis Christmas seal campaign. Phyllis and Louise Dreyer were in charge of the program. A gift exchange to reveal their secret sisters was held and new SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE -~ Lloyd Sunde Golden S GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building * Remodeling PHONE 125 pr 17 Fenton, Iowa jn Feeds Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Ftnton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Salet & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Reel ifate Broker and Farm loans and Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa names were drawn for the coming year. Next year's program booklets were also distributed. Guests of the group were Mrs. Marvin Ackerson, Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Mrs.RayStoeber and Mrs. Jake Schwartz. Sunday dinner guests from Fenton at the Frank Dreyers of Lone Rock were Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Minnie Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teiman and family, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Rev. and Mrs. Rex Splcer and daughter, Miss Kathy Devan, Harold Dreyer and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke. The occasion was in honor of the Frank Dreyers 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Ida Dreyer were recent visitors of the Duane Dreyers at Humboldt. The Helen circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Tuesday at the home of Virginia Weisbrod with Blanche Huskamp as co-hostess. 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