The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 14
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February 2, 1961 Published By thi Uppef Dai . Pu&lshlrtfl Co,, Afflbhd, fc#6 MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON N«w« Editor 6-Aloona (la.) Upper Des Molnet Thursday, Feb. 2, 1961 Fenton Church To Have February Study Course Fenfon — A study course will be.held each of the four Wednesday afternoons during the month of February at the Methodist church. The subject of study •will be "Paul's Letters to Local Churches." by Bishop Ensley. Mrs Lester Weisbrod will be the teacher. Anyone desiring to attend the classes are welcome to enroll. 'At this time, 34 ladies have enrolled. Eugene Radig of Omaha spent the past weekend with his mother, Mrs Emma Radig at Fenton. Returning to Omaha, Mrs Radig accompanied him td Paulina where she is spending this week with her daughter and her family, the Glenn Bernstons. Mrs Jessie Newel was hostess to the Saturday afternoon Bridge Club. Guests were Mrs R. C. Goetsch and Agnes Goetsch. Winning high score prize was 'Mrs R. C. Goetsch, Mrs Everett Dreyer, second high, and 1 o w prize went to Agnes Goetsch. Recent dinner guests in the Raymond Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James, Mrs Elsie Reed and Mrs Virgie Allen of Algona. Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, and 'Mrs Kenneth Johnson were hostesses to a bridge party held at the letter's home Monday evening. Eight tables were in play. Mrs Don Shaw won high score prize, Mrs Webber Yager, second high, Mrs George Jcntz, draw prize, and Mrs Ret- tn Eipler, low score prize. Mrs LeVon Steinberger and boys spent the weekend with Mrs Delores Schulte and boys at Windom, Minn. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Edward Mitchell- were Sunday dinner- guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner. Jr. of Fairmont spent Saturday evening in the parental Oscar Sorenson and Gilbert Scribner Sr. homes. The Depew ALCW held their January meeting at the church Friday afternoon. 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Menz, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Mcnz of Fchton, ' ' ' The bride-elect is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College and is employed by the. Anamosa Public Schools. Mr Menz is employed by the Collihii Radio Co. in Cedar Rapids; ;'•.''•• , : A June wedding is being planned. (UDM Engraving). Senfral Music Students Will Be In Festival Kuhn presented ' a program on evangelism. Mr and Mrs,Rex Swanson and family of.'Whittemore were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mrs LeVoh- Steinberger and boys. Mr arid Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mr and Mrs'Earl Lufkin entertained at- dinner Tuesday, evening 'at the IJnderwood home, Mr and 1 Mrs Frank McFall, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt,-'Mr and Mrs John Trieesfield, Mr and Mrs W. R. -Wolfe and Rev.- and Mrs Harvey Walker. • » • , Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee and Lonniei Mr and Mrs : Maynard Lee, -,Mr and, -Mrs' Eldpn Lee, Marilyn and. Mary Ellen,: all of Estherville, and Mr. p and : Mrs Kenneth Halverson were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Wil- Vierg home. ; ;Mr and Mrs John Theesiield were Sunday dinner guests in the W. R. Wolfe home. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Alvin Thompson home at Estherville. Sunday visitors in the E. H. Dreyer home were Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and Nancy, Mr and Mrs Art Krause, Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and Bob, Mr and Mrs'Duane Dreyer and sons . of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer of Sioux City. Monday visitors were Mr and Mrs Richard Hengel of Amboy, Minn. Mr and Mrs Jerry Watte and daughter of Manhattan, Kan. are visiting for several days with relatives and friends at Fenton. Jerry, a student at Kansas State, is enjoying several days vacation during mid-semester break. Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer and Mrs Helena Luedtke left Saturday for Florida. Enroute they slopped at Des Moines where the Meyers visited relatives and Mrs Luedtke was an overnight guests of Edith Laage. Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller arrived home Thursday from Scottsdale, Ariz, where they visited with their son and daughter- in-law, the Lawrence Mueller funnily. Mr and Mrs Wayne Fin- iic't,tai.t and furtiily of Sacramento, Calif, wrro also guests in the Liiwivncc Mueller homo. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Mr and Mrs George Murphy were Sun day evening dinner guests in the Raymond Stoeber home. Rev. Harvey Walker is attending a pil.stor's school for several duys this week at Simpson College, Indianola. Otto WichlendaM, who underwent surgery at a Fort Dodge hospital Jan. 18, returned to his home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson attended the open house Sunday afternoon honoring Mr and Mrs Tankard Carlson of Armstrong on their 40th wedding anniversary. Mrs Raymond Stoeber entertained a number of friends at a coffee party at her home Friday afternoon. Lone Rock — Fifty-seven Sentral instrumental music students, ranging from grades 6 thru 8, will participate in the 5th Annual Invitational Grade School Music Festival to be held at Mason City Feb. 11. This festival is sponsored by the North Central Iowa Bandmasters Association. The students have been preparing their solos under the guidance of LeRoy Bras who teaches instrumental and vocal music in the Fenton and Lone Rock grade buildings, and Warren 'Jones, who teaches instrumental music in the Seneca grades, Jr. high and high school. All students are constructively criticized and will receive ribbons for Division I, II, or II ratings fit the festival. . A number of these students Will present Music Program at the regular Sentral Band Mothers meeting to be held Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. Mrs Clinton Rath was a Wednesday -caller in the home of her sister, Mrs Albert Reneger at Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Donald Hansen were Sunday guests in the Louis Berninghaus home. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod were hosts at a card party Friday evening in their home. There were prizes given, Mrs Sylvester Brace received hi for women, with Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt re- seiving low. Roger Long received high for men, also travel prize. Sylvester Brace received low for men. Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and Family were Sunday guests in the I Maurice Weisbrod home. ' Mrs-Roger Jensen -gave a birthday party Saturday honoring her . daughter, Kathy's ninth* birthday. Friends present were Cindy Blanchard, Jean Hammcr- strom, Barbara Jorgensen, Cheryl Jensen, Elaine Krause, Peggy Kauffman,. and Melba Krause. Also present were Mrs Roy Jensen, and Mrs Frank Flaig. Mr and'Mrs A. A. Krueger were Thursday evening guests in the Melvin Meyer home. Craig Blanchard has been home since Thursday from college during the semester break in the parental Donald Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and Mrs Maude Blanchard attended the open house of Mr and Mrs Robert Steven's 45th wedding anniversary Sunday in their home. Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven attended a dinner at noon held for the Steven family, in their parent's honor. . Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven visited over the weekend in the Donald Blanchard home. Mrs Frank Flaig was a Tuesday afternoon caller in the home of "her sister, Mrs C. W. Heerdt, Burt. . The Birthday Club met in the home of Ruth Krueger honoring Edie Longs birthday on Saturday. Guests were Mae Quinn, Mary Genrich, Rose Kraft, Mary Flaig, Esther Flaig and Edie Long. Florence Yager and Neva Thompson' were Wednesday evening guests in the Ralph Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder were Saturday evening guests in the Wayne Decker home near Algona. Mr and Mrs Vernon Burt and' boys of Swca City were Sunday guests in the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre and family of Fenton were Thursday evening callers in the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Renix Wilson of Corwith and Mr and Mrs Robert Heifner were Sunday guests. in the Clinton Rath home. Mr and Mrs Carl Olsen and Ruth of Livermore were Sunday evening guests in the Garryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen entertained several guests in honor of their daughter, Becky's llth birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Gene Brandow find family, August Brown of Humboldt, Ro«' ger Brandow, and the Larson's other daughter, Linda Larsen of Algona. Hosts To Dads • Lotts Creek Leaders met Jan. 25 at the Fenton Community Center. Dad's Night was held with all 4-Her's helping to serve the pancakes. After the supper, slides were shown. Record book fillers were handed out, and feed estimates recorded. HURT Harold Schmitt of Dunlap suffered a dislocated back when a semi-trailer truck backed into him and pinned him. between the door of,a car and the truck. 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