The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 23, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1965
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Famih sorviros woro ron- dnrtod on \Voitoirsday atthoOlson Funeral Homo in Fairmont and at tin 1 Immanuol Lutheran church will) Rov. Arthur Kruoprr of- fioiatine. Burial was in the Hurt township remoter) at Hurt. 6-A!genc (la.) Upper DM Molnw Thur*doy, D*cftmb«r 23, 1965 Former Lone Rock Woman Dies Suddenly LONE ROCK - Relatives and friends have born saddenrd here to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. William \Veerts, 71, Fairmont, Minn. She died of a heart attack. Ella Marie Wolforam \uslvrn May 20, 18P-! in l.otts Creek township near Fenton. Slie was married at Fcnton, Feb. 18,1020 to Adelbert Hanna. They farmed near Fenton until the deatli of Mr. Hanna in Feb, 194?. Slie went to Fairmont in 194G and was married to William Weerts April 17, 1958. Site was a member of Immanuel Lutheran church. Surviving are her husband, two sons and two daughters, Hol>ert Hanna, Lone Rock, George Hanna, Hawthorne, Calif., Mrs. Robert Barker, Harrisburg, S. U.; Mrs. Robert Mackey, Garden Grove, Calif. There are 17 prand- children, and one great prarnl- child. Five sisters are Mrs. Lena Jentz,, Mrs. Edna Mueller, Fenton, Mrs. Ida Simmons and Mrs. Walter Jentz and Mrs. Harvey Higley, Fairmont. Wlerry Christmas for IQ65 VOIGT INSURAMOL, Gerald Volgt Fenton Hev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock ind Tester went to Corning Monday to attend their daughter Ellen's first year music recital "Win the Chimes Hang" in that school . Lanny was an overnight guest at the A. A. Ki neper's while his parents were pone. Guests at Rev. Bullock's this weekend were his sister, Mr,and Mrs. Chester Emslie, McCanna, N. D., and their son John of Fanro, N. D. and David of Sioux Falls, S. D. Lester Bullock, student at Buena Vista, Storm Lake, is spending the holidays at the parental home, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock. Sunday guests of the Frank Dreyers wore the David Dreyer family, Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. John Hovey, Joan, Pastor and Mrs. Spicer and Rexanne, Fenton, and Katliy Devan, a house guest of theirs, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel, Amboy, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Harold, Jack Tieman family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey. Kermit Krueger spent the weekend at home and went back to the cities to work during the Christmas holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer observed their 25th wedding anniversary last Saturday night at open house card party at the Legion hall. 18 tables of cards was played with Jack Quinn winning high score and Bob Schmidt low. Bonnie Geitzenauer, Fenton won the travel prize. Their children David Dreyer, Olwein, Mrs. John Hovey and Jane Dreyer at home sponsored the open house. Seneca Man Is Married At Estherville SENECA - A wedding of interest to Senecans was solemn- «iw^ Deci' Vat tt\^~Efctt\ervlUe Lutheran church when Connie Kae Petersen, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Gerhard Petersen of Estherville and John Leonard Hattle of Seneca, son of the Larman Hattles of Rinr.Med, were united in marriage. Rev. Roy Hendrir.ksen officiated at the double ring c.eremom. Delores Rieniiiu'.er was maid of honor and Kath\ Peterson, was junior attendant. Jill Hols- ingor was flower j;irl. The bridegroom had his brother, George, as best man and the bride's brother, Gary, was groomsman. Damon omundson was ring 1oarer and ushers were Marvin Shaw, Ronald omundson and Dennis Guerdol. A reception was hold in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. The bride attended KstherviUe high school and lias been employed at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. The groom was graduated from Sontral high school and is now engaged in farming. Following a short honeymoon trip the young couple will l>e at home on a farm north of Seneca. - o - Blakjer Lutheran church held their Christmas party and program at the church parlors Thursday. Mrs. Tod Jensen announced the program. Mrs. Henry Looft and Mrs. Henry Wilberg then presented the radio program which had been presented over KICD, Spencer, Dec. 4. Mrs. Gaylord Olsen had charge of the vocal selection. A Christmas candlelighting service was then presented by the group of officers, with Mrs. Ted Jensen as narrator. Others taking part were Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. JohnJo- hannesen and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mrs. Gaylord Olsen had charge of Christmas carols. A Christmas offering was received and will be sent to the Bible Society and to the Book Mission of the American Lutheran church. Hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs. Henrietta Thompson. I Fenton Mrs. Elmer Grelnert entertained Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber for coffee Wednesday in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn returned home Thursday evening after being in Rochester for surgery and as an out-patient. Guests Sunday of the Morris ' Mitchells were Ed Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Habeger, Mrs. Charlotte Habeger and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. f i• •:* ... .,—• .-•"- . ./.-» .' ,-• ;•*!"• ••~ t • > .. • •.,...=• ••'•./•.: 'vi ••;:.-:..^ \TILL comes the Christmas message to a troubled world — always the message of peace. It has been wisely paraphrased as "Peace on Earth to Men of Good Will." May it be established in ourselves, our communities, our nation, the world <— until peace and good will truly reign triumphant* * * # IOWA ELECTRIC tiGHis Blakjer Sunday School Gives Xmas Program SENECA - The Blakjer school children presented a Christmas program to a packed house Sunday evening at the church. The program Itegan with a song, "Come Hither Ye Faith ful" by the Sunday School after which scripture reading and prayer were given by Gaylord Olson. Kathy Bergum gave the prologue after which Audrey Bergum and Jill Jensen presented a vocal duet, "Story of the East." Other children on the program were Coleen Olson, Lee Bergum, Diane Olsen, Randy Kabrick, Janet Cherland, Cindy Kabrick, Danny Olsen, Ricky Johannsen, Steven Cherland, Carrie Bergum, Colleen Olsen, Melba Krause, Kathy Olsen, Marci Kabrick, Mark Olsen, Brenda Johnsen, Becky Jensen, Karol Jensen and Debbie Johannesen. Following the program, Luther League members distributed gifts and treats. - o - THURSDAY CLUB Seneca Thursday Club held their Christmas party at the home of Nina Kracht on Friday afternoon. Roll call was a description of universal Christmas greeting cards. The group gave a contribution to the retarded school at Algona and to the Christmas Seal program. New officers elected were Mrs. Elmer Hanisch, president; Mrs. Delmar Fischer, vice president; and Mrs. Ervin Votteler, secretary-treasurer. The group exchanged Christmas gifts. Refreshments were served. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTY The Seneca Stars 4-H club made plans for a Christmas fcaroling party when, they met for their regular meeting and Christmas party at the home of Anna Menz Dec. 11. The group voted to have each family make a plate of cookies for the caroling party. Becky Jensen told the girls the proper way of waxing a floor. Following the business meeting and program the girls held a workshop where they completed the bird houses - Christmas gifts for their mothers. A lunch was enjoyed at noon and then the girls had their Christmas gift exchange. Mrs. Ted Jensen was the guest mother. - o - Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen were hosts to the Johannesen family Christmas get-to-gether at a dinner at their home Sunday. Guests included Mrs. Harry Vahldieck and Steven Blinkman of rural Wallingford; Martin Wilberg, Fenton, Mrs. Anne Presthus, Algona, Mrs. Marlys Krueger and Tom, Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry, Bob Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Dwane, Ricky and Debbie and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conner of Grand Forks, No. Dad., were Saturday visitors at the Henry Loofts. Sunday evening coffee guests at the Henry Loofts included Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johannesen, Swea City, the John Johannesens, Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry, S ADESTE FIDEUS O come, let us adore Him! May the newborn King bless each and everyone at Christmas. DR, E. W. RUSKE FENTON *.•••; *:*-•* ••;• ftounrfer Lo;;e Hock, trie Fred johanne- sens, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Jei i y Wilberg and family, Martin Willierg and Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and sons. The Lloyd Eickenbergers of Elmore were Sunday visitors at tlif parental Iver Bergums. Nancy Fischer, who teaches at Barnuin, will spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, the Uelmar Fischers. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Priest and daughter of Ft. Dodge will spend Christmas with the latter's parents, the Alfred Petersens. Also joining the family on Christmas Day will be the Clarence Clieevers of rural Ringsted. Mrs. Henry Looft was a guest of the Blue and White 4-H Club of Bancroft at their Christmas party held at the public school Wednesday evening. Susan Vaske was the hostess. BANCROFT! Mr. and Mrs. Dean Klenitz and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCleish spent from Thursday until Sunday visiting relatives in Chicago. Mrs. Duane McCleish and children returned with them and will visit her parents, the Richard Menkes, until after Christmas. Kenneth Bergman received a badly bruised forehead Thursday when the log chain they were using to pull a tractor came loose, flew up and hit him. A farewell party was held Sunday afternoon and evening honoring Bill Menke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Menke, who will leave this week for the Army. Thomas McGuire and a friend from South Dakota left Wednesday for the west coast where they will visit relatives and friends and will also look for work. The young men had been employed with a construction company in South Dakota until recently. Thomas Murphy and four children, Omaha, recently spent several days here helping his mother celebrate her 82nd birthday. Sunday, Mrs. Murphy was entertained by relatives and friends at an afternoon party by her birthday club. Monday, a group of neighbors surprised her by going to her home and spending the afternoon Mrs. Mary Laurence brought her a birthday cake. Our sini'iTi' greetings to nil our friends during this happy holiday season. JORGENSON LOCKERS Fenton, Iowa Jmtinjs To one and all of our many friends during this happy season. STOEBER HARDWARE your good will and friendship. TULOMA GAS PRODUCTS SHROCK DIVISION Eldon Duncan Fenton Plant Mgr. E APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY THE HOLIDAY SEASON BRINGS to all our wonderful friends. FENTON DRUG CO. Elsie and Paul Eigler AND TO WISH YOU A ^ERRY CHRISTMAS LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP •HMCBOC REETINGS OF THE SEASON AND A SINCERE _ WEI5BROD IMPLEMENT _ Lester Weisbrod The wonderful spirit that pervaded the manger is ours to share again. FENTON LUMBER CO, It's Time... Time now to pause and wish you the best of all wishes FARM SERVICE CO. Webb & Clarence Yager Fenton, Iowa Bill Hantelman Martin Hantelman Qhrisliw WE WISH YOU LOADS OF CHRISTMAS JOY AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP. FENTON MOTOR CO. ob Mitchell

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