The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 27
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 10, 1960
Page 27
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May 3, 1960 ' ifienton Published ly Th« Upper Dei Moinot Publishing Co., Algona, lowd MRS. ARDETH HALV6RSON Newt Editor Sentral Baccalaureate Set For Sunday, May 15 Fonion — Rev. Marian Block- bus of Armstrong will -be speaker at the Baccalaureate exercises in the Sentral High School Sun- clay evening, May 15, at 8 p.m. Rev. Blocklms, pastor of Blakjer Lutheran church near Seneca for the past 6 years, recently resigned to accept a call to organize a Home-Mission Church In North-East Des Moines. The annual award night will be held Monday evening, May 16 at Sentral High School. The 8th grade class will also be given their diplomas at this time. Commencement exercises will be held Wednesday evening, May 18 at 8 p.m. At this time the honor students will be named. A class of 48 graduation seniors will receive their diplomas. Mr Kenneth Wells, athletic director and football coach at Ames, will deliver the address entitled "Something To Live By." Mr Wells received his Master's Degree at the Colorado College of Education. Active in ' Community affairs he is past president of the Ames Kiwanis Club and the Ames Inter-church Council. In 1957 he was given the key to the city award by the city of Ames. He is now serving as vice president of the State Physical Education Association. Progressors 4-H , The Fenton Progressor 4-H club held their May meeting Monday evening with James Hartman. Two leaders and 16 members answered roll by telling their favorite color. Their project enrollment reports were collected. Gary Berkland and Dennis Newel were nominated Fenton Girl To Wed Algona Man 1.00K DEKALB 423 isTWfcoRN FOR YOU! by the club as 4-H camp gates. James Laabs was elected to go to short courses. They made plans for their club tour. The members will leave from Darrcl and Gary Berklands at 1:00. At 6:00 all the 4-H families are invited to a pot luck supper in the Fcnton Park. The Progressors contributed $3 to the International Farm Youth Exchange. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Hartman. Fairville Aid Meets The Fairville Ladies Aid meet Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Walt Pertl and Mrs Arnold Nielson. The LWML Missionary League will meet Wednesday at LuVernei Registration begins at 10:00. Mrs Adolph Pert! was a guest. Meihodi* WSCS Meeting The WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday afternoon. Mrs Donald Shaw played a violin selection. She was accompanied by Mrs Arnold Hanson. Mrs Ed Riemcrs was devotional leader. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was program leader, she was assisted by Mrs Harvey Walker and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber. The lesson was "Matches To Light The Candle." Installation of officers was held by Rev. Walker, president, Mrs Eugene Huskamp; . vice president, Mrs Lyle Newel; recording secretary, Mrs Fred Mortenson; treasurer, Mrs Dale Weisbrod; secretary of promotion, Mrs Harvey Walker; secretary of missionary, education and service, Mrs Hans Baago; secretary of Christian social relations, Mrs Charles Lovejoy; secretary of student work, Mrs Earl Crouch; secretary of youth work, Mrs Donald Shaw; secretary of children's work, Mrs Ed Riemers; secretary of Spiritual life, Mrs Jack Gerhard; secretary of literature and publications, Mrs Ester Frank; secretary of supply work, 'Mrs Wendell Rusch; chairman of local church activities, Mrs Charles Newel; associate chairman*, Mrs S.. E. Slralcy; and Cifdlfr- ehaffmeli, r Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Rex Wolfe. Lunch was served by the Virginia and Nellie Circles. Following the program "The Accents" provided the music for dancing. Homer Matthiesen Fenton, Iowa Mrs Sarah Weisbrod was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening when a number of friends dropped in to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs Amanda Kern, Mrs Ed Schlie, Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mrs Paul Hudson, Mrs Lenn Zumach, Mrs Charles Weisbrod and Mrs Mary C. Hansen. , Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell spent the weekend visiting with What comes in 72 colors all of them delicious? O I IA • lovable, colorful covering material (or tables, chairs, walls. Try STIX. the self-adhesive decorative material made of FIMSTONC VCLON FUSTIC STIX «t A Big Supply At STOEBER HARDWARE IN FENTON Fenton — Mr and Mrs Norman A. Larsen announce the engagement of their daughter, Norma Jean, to Vernon Keisncr, son of Mr and Mrs N. H. Reisncr of gona. A late August wedding is being planned. (UDM Engrav ing) Mr and Mrs Arnold Haller at Marble Rock and Mr and Mrs Irving Davidson at Charles Cu/y. Jerry Freyholtz of Si. Paul spent the weekend with his parents Mr and Mrs Fritz Freyholtz. Mr and Mrs Jack Risen of Brainard, Minn, were weekend guests in the Adolph Pertlhome Sixteen of the local W'.S.C.S. Ladies attended Guests Day at Burt Friday afternoon Ronald Mortenson, student at Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson. A group of friends pleasantly surprised Mrs Clara Faucrby on her birthday Friday. Refreshments were served by the self- invited guests. Mr and Mrs Ed Ulhof are the parents of a 8Vi> pound son born at the Burt hospital April 30. The new arrival has been named Dar- rcl Edwin. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson are the parents of a 8 Ib and 15 oz. son born May 1 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The new arrival has been named Mark Kenneth. Mr and Mrs Norman Bollinger are the parents of a 8 Ib. 14 oz. baby girl born in the ( Fairmont hospital May 1. The new arrival has been "named Deblfa Jo?''* 1 Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack are the parents of a 9 Ib. ? oz, daughter born May 5 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. She has been named Laurie Jean. LaVina Sorenson of San Francisco,' Calif is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Sorenson and other relatives in this area. Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr. of Fort Dodge was also a guest this week in the Sorenson home. Mrs Dale Weisbrod attended a Mother - Daughter banquet Friday evening at Morningside College at Sioux City as a guest of her daughter, Pam. Pam returned home with her -friother to spend the weekend. St. John's Ladies Aid meet Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Rev. Friedricr 1 conducted a Bible Quiz on the aook of Hebrews. The ladies are conducting a clothing drive for Cherokee and Woodward. All clothes must be in by May 15. Hostesses were Mrs Allan Bolinger, Mrs Otto Borchardt, and Mrs Everett Dreyer. Guests were Mcsdamcs, Fred Jentz, Thco Oswald, Dcrwood Voigt. Kay Uthof, Glenn Flint, Harvey Henriksen and Bennic Berkland. Mrs Paul Eigler spent last weekend in Iowa City where she attended the annual Mother- Daughter banquet at the University. She was a guest of her daughter Judy. Seneca News Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn spent Mothers Day weekend with their son and family, the James Osborns, in Minneapolis. Mrs Andrew Stefanksi and children visited last Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, the H. B. Barnetts at Ceylon, Minn. A house guest at the Barnett home was her grandmother, Mrs Meyers of New London, Wisconsin. Mrs Meyer is 98 years old ; Mrs Charles Osborn attepded the Guest Day procram at the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock Thursday afternoon. She was a guest of Mrs Milton Madison. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberc; had two granddaughters with them several days last week They were children of the Marvin WilberEs, Esthcrvilte. There will be confirmation services at the Seneca Lutheran church May 15 at 9 o'clock. Cor- firmants include Sharon Krausu. Vernon Wilberg and James Bergum. leach one section of Grade VI in the Clear Lake Community Schools at Clear Lake. Iowa. He , a 1958 graduate of Sentral High School at Fenton, Iowa, is the son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Zwiefel of Fenton. Coming Events Tuesday, May 10 — Fcnton Woman's Club. Wednesday, May 11 — Band Mothers. Thursday, May 12 — Friendly Tuesday, May 10, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper Dei Molnes-7 Kenley Zwiefel To Teaching Job Kenlcy Zwiefel of Fenton today became the sixth member of L h c Emmetsburg Community College Class of 1960 to accept a teaching position for the coming school year. Mr Zwiefel will NEW TIRES 670 x 15, Reg. 4 Ply r Tube $11.95 670 x 15, Nylon, Tube $12.95 800 x 14, Ward's Riverside White Nylon, Tubeless $18.95 (plus taxes) OTHER SIZES AT COMPARABLE PRICES IN PHILLIPS, LEE AND WARD'S RIVERSIDE. Let Us Quote. ALSO TRACTOR FRONTS Some Used Tires With Plenty Of Unused Mileage KRAUSE 66 SERVICE Club; Dorothy Circle; Dopow Circle. Friday, M;iy 13 — Lrgion Aux- liary. Sunday, May 15 — Baccalaureate. Monday, May 16 Night (Sentral High Community ClQb. Wednesday, May 18 Award School): mencement; Circle. — Corn- Ella Circle;; Nellie CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to everyone for their many fine cards, gifts, and remembrances we received on our 50th Wedding Anniversary. Your thoughlfulness will be a long cherished memory. A special thanks to all those who were on the program and to those who helped in every way. Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen. 19* tF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT It HASL INSURANCE See Fenton FENTON LAST FALL THE WEATHER DID NOT PERMIT FALL APPLICATION OF PLOW-DOWN FERTILIZER. THIS SPRING HAS BEEN A BIG RUSH. WE HAVE NOW EQUIPPED OUR SIDE DRESSER WITH A GROUND DRIVE SO YOU MAY STILL APPLY FERTILIZER AFTER THE CORN IS UP. let Us Reserve A Date For You — 14-7-7 Available At All Times. 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