The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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?^mr May 17, 1960 a-Algenct (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 17, 1960 Published By Th» Upper Dat Molnei Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON N*wt Editor Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei aufoed to Dos Moines and Pella the first part of the week to see tin- tulips in bloom. They ;ilso visited in Ames and Klemme, la. k DEKALB 423 isTWfcoRN FOR YOU! Homer Motthiesen FENTON THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL * Fcnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulant* Strvira Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Nion« FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Final Week At Sentral;48To Graduate 18th Baccalaureate services were held Sunday in the Sentral gym as the first of three evening year's end activities this week. Rev. Harlan Blockhus of the Blakjer Lutheran church delivered the bacalaureate sermon. The scripture reading was by the Rev. Harvey Walker of the Fenton Methodist church preceded prayer by Rev. Clifford Nordine of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. The Lone Rock pastor also pronounced the benediction. Monday night was a combination eighth-grade graduation and award night. Thirty-six junior high graduates received their diplomas and all awards were presented to junior and senior high students. Kenneth Wells, athletic director and football coach at Ames high school, will speak Wednesday at the senior high graduation exercises on the topic "Something to Live By." Wells is a World War II naval past president of Kiwanis club and council. He is on the Story county polio board and the Ames chaper of the Red Cross. He has been chairman of the board of directors for the YMCA at Iowa State University and for 15 years has been counselor at Hawkeye Boys' State. He directs the summer recreation program in Ames and is vice president of the state physical education association. Valedictorian & Salutatorian of the 48-me.mber graduating class will be announced at the Wednesday night exercises. officer, and the Ames inter-church Mr and Mrs Everett Grant, Beverly, Dian and Cheryl of Anthon, Iowa, were Sunday, visitors in. the S. E. Straley home. Dinner guests in the Marold Schlei home on Mother's Day were Mr and Mrs Ed Zwicfe] and Arlo of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel of Rochester and Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei. HEHWUWTEK FOI IK ME-IINHIVERSW ITCHIE WATERER SALE HANDY BONUS GIFT WITH EVERY WATERER Come on in and let us tell you all about the biff RITCHIE WATERER SALE. A handy bonus gift with every waterer... plus 65 grand prizes. Now's the time to plan for your watering needa, and there's nothing better than Ritchie Waterem for hogs, cattle, sheep and poultry. Get a long- lasting, low-cost Ritchie Waterer ... and get a chance at one of those valuable prizes . . . in addition to a FREE Bonus Gift Come in today* This offer it limited. 16 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM McFall Plumbing & Heating Fenton Girl To Honeymoon 2 Months In Scandinavia FENTON PHONE 159 JIM MEYER Says c out -io f&ef> e ; ? j «• •? pUat ctJI gets fast delivery *f • unplett lint •! MOTOR OILS and LUBRICANTS including: service. JIM MEYER FENTON PHONE 44 LaVonne Cody Fenlon — LaVonne Cody, above, daughter of Mrs Duella Cody, will be married Saturday evening, May 28th at St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, Iowa, to Mr Paul H. Nelson son of the Rev. and Mrs A. P. Nelson of Bcresford, So. Dak. LaVonne is presently employed in Sioux Falls. So. Dak. as a private receptionist for a doctor. Her fiance is a student at Augustana College where he is majoring in math. The couple are busily planning for their European trip that they will be taking with the Augustana College Choir to which LaVon- nc's fiance belongs. The 2-month trip will include the countries of Norway, Germany, Denmark and Sweden, touring such cities as Berlin and Paris and many others. LaVonne quotes: "It is all a dream that is actually going to come true, and with all the shots that I have been taking for the passport purposes, I really feel as if I am walking on air." They will fly the 31st of May directly to Oslo, Norway, where- all the arrangements are made in preparation including their banquets with the King of Norway and all the various festivals. This will be a life-time opportunity for the couple to cherish the will lie participating. . i Mrs Everett Dreyer, Marlene j Walker, Mrs Ed Priebe, Mrs j Lloyd Berklancl and Mrs Gerald Voigt alt ended a shower honoring Miss Carol Lea Taylor of DCS Moines at Lone Rock. She is the June bride-elect of John Cotton. Dr. and Mrs Vincent Volleler of Laurens have adopted an infant baby. The little girl was only five days old when the welcomed her into their home. They have named her Vicky Ann. Mrs Ernest Votteler returned home Sunday after spending nine days in the Vincent Votteler home. Mesdames Lloyd Berkland. Ed Priebe, llilbert Bierstedt, Elmer Grienert, Ed Bruhn, Alfred Bier- st'cdt and Martin Hantelman, members of St. Luke's Ladies Aid,- attended L.W.W.L. at Lu- Verne Wednesday. Pam Weisbrod of Sioux City spent the weekend in the parental Dale Weisbrod home. « The Dorolhy Circle met Thursday with Mrs Ray Zwiefel. Mrs Ralph Nicholes of Whittemorc was co-hostess. This was the last meeting of the year. Rev. Harlan Blockhus will deliver his farewell sermon at the Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday, May 22. Following the 11 a.m. services a congregational dinner will be held in the church parlors. Dennis and Larry Kalvig of Kanawha spent Wednesday tliiough Friday with their prarid- | p.irents, Mi and Mrs B. G. Bcrk- j land. j Mr and Mrs H. G. Frink of | South Haven, Minn, were Friday visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske. Mrs Ruskt and Mrs Frink are sisters. rest of their lives. graving) (UDM En- Reprints Of Seniors Elsewhere in today's paper will be found the pictures of the Sentral senior graduating class of 1960, as well as graduating seniors from all other high schools in the area. Reprints of these senior pictures are being made for free distribution by Gerald Voigt of the Voigt Insurance Agency in Fenton, and may be obtained at the First Trust & Savings Bank in Fenlon within a few days. They will be printed on fine paper and would make a nice souvenir for the seniors and their many friends. Fenton Forwards Have Candidate Fenton Forwards met at th home of Jeanette. Joan, Marly Wichtendahl May "!). Judy Berk- land is running for county office. Judy is also our better groomed girl in the Senior division. Karen Seegebarth is delegate for 4-II convention. Karon Seegebarth and Bonnie Jentz are delegates for Camp. Mrs Harold Walter is taking over Mrs Larry Alt's assistant leader. Mrs Looft and Mrs Jen\y. were visitors. Talks and demonstrations were given by Joan Wichtendahl and Diane Vauclt. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Gasoline Ignites' In Fenton Shop Fenton — Volunteer firemen in Fenton answered a call about 10:30 Thursday night, but before the siren stopped sounding the proprietor of the Phillips service station called in thai he had the fire out. Kenneth Krause was working on the motor of a ear when sparks ignited some gasoline. Mrs 'Gilbert Scribner. chief operator at the telephone office said "The siren sure sounded, didn't it? Once you flip the swilch there is noth'ing to do but let it run clown." The siren is automatic. If the fire is in the country the switchboard operator turns on.the noon siren after the fire siren stops. Wednesday, May 18 -- Commencement — 'Sentral Hinh School; Ella Circle; Nellie Circle. Thursday, May 1!) — Bbltjcr W.M.F.; Independence Mixers. Friday, May 20 — Fenton Twp. HomebuildcTS. Mr and Mrs Carlson and children were weekend guests in the Krause home. Mrs Ellen Cherland who has spent the last month visiting with her children at Burt, Lone Rock, and Fenton returned home with the Carlsons: CARD OF THANKS A sincere thanks to all who remembered me with cards, prayers and visits during my stay at the hospital. William R. Do Wall. 2i> CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all who sent me cards on my birthday. They were greatly appreciated. Mrs Sam Warner ; 20* CLASSIFIED AD I am Inking 'beginning-piano pupils starting Satin-day. June 4th. 7f)c per lesson. Janet Walker, -Fenlon. Phone 153. 20* HAIL INSURANCE See VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton Coming Events Tuesday, May 17 — Virginia Circle. 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 Let Us Reserve A Date For You — 14-7-7 Available At All Times. FENTON ELEVATOR The American 'Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon, May 13, with Mrs Martin Ohm. Poppy Day will be May 28. The annual plant sale will also be held May 28 at the Community Center. Lunch will be served starting at 10. The next meeting will be with Mrs Gaylord Johnson, election of officers will be held. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent the weekend with the Oliver Stoebers at Laurel, la., where they attended Stephen's graduation exercises. Miss Jean Wang, missionary home on furlough from Japan, Miss Clara Wang, Miss Ruth Krause and Miss Carroll Herbst all of Sioux Falls were Saturday and Sunday guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Mrs Elsie Reed the latter of Algona attended the Sports Shovi in Mason City Sunday. May breakfast of the Fenton Woman's Club was held Tuesday morning in the Fenton Methodist church. Mrs Arlo Ranney was mistress of ceremonies for a var- riety program broadcast by station WIND given a frequency of several kilocycles. With her on the program committee were Mrs E. W. Ruske, Fenton and Mrs Arthur Priebe of Lone Rock. Hostesses were the Mesdames Waldemar Laage, Ernest Votte- Icr, Clayton Ditsworth and Ray Stoeber. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Robert Hilsbeck and boys the latter of Greenville enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohlwes of Austin were Monday evening dinner guests in the Paul Eigler home. Thursday evening guests in the Clifford Dougles home in honor of Renee's llth birthday were William Voigt and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys. 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