Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 4
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Students given recognition at Fenton church Fenton Fenton Methodist church last Sunday observed Student Recognition Day. Tak* ing part were: Peggy Voigt and Bonnie Crouch who lead the worship; Elaine Schlei and Nadine Weisbrod who presented the worship through music with a flute solo and vocal solo; John Hartman and Dennis Newel who passed out bulletins; Jim Hartman, Jerome Zwiefel, Darrei Zwiefel, and John Lufkin (serviceman) who were ushers; Trudy Huskamp and Don Yager who played the piano and organ; and Wayne Stoeber who brought the message. Other college students are Diane Holland, James Weisbrod, Dennis Tippie, Loren Menz, Allen Holland, and David Eldridge. Student Recognition Day offerings are used to finance loans and scholarships. Beginning Jan. 5 the Fenton Methodist church will be holding two classes a week on the Book of Acts. Wednesday afternoon classes will be held for those who wish an afternoon class and Sunday evening classes will be open for men, women, and youth. These classes will run through January. 4-AIOONA (!«*•) ADVANCEMucllcrs, Stantoit, and the Mar THURSDAY, JAN<«, 19*6 CHOIR ROBES ARRIVE New robes for the 23-mem ber choir of the Fenton Methodist church arrived in time for the Christmas season. The robes of navy blue with reversible sa tin stoles of light gold and white were purchased with, money from the memorial fund. guesta New Years Eve and New Years Day at Lyle Basset's, Milford* Carleen and June, daughters of the Raymond Zinnels of Rodman, were Wednesday to Friday guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Laurnetta Miller. New Years guests of the John Strueckers were the William Hantelmans, Herman Strueck- ers, Fairmont, Morris Berknes- ses, Armstrong, Ray Dreyers, and Diane Pompe, Whittemore. Mrs. Dreyer baked the Hantel- mans a decorated anniversary cake for their 25th wedding. The Robert Burkgrens were guests of the Albert Mitchells Tuesday and Wednesday. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Mitchell had a coffee party for Bradley Burkgren and Mrs. William De Wall for their birthdays. Present were Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mrs. William DC Wall, Mrs. Robert Burkgren and children, and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. The Dick Stalls, Houston, Texas, were holiday guests oi the Walter Krauses. Faye Hantelman, Denver, 3olo., and the Don Berrymans, fowler, 111., were holiday guests of the Eldon Hantelmans. The Dennis Schmidts and Barry & Gary Schmidt, Sigourney, were holiday guests of the Olaf Norlands and the Ben Schmidts. Carol Shaw and Art Swanson were holiday guests of the Don Shaws. The Howard Rabeys, Cedar Falls, and Bob Johansens, Minneapolis, spent several days during the holidays with Mrs. E. J. Frank. The Roger Dreyers, Sioux City, were holiday guests of their parents, Mrs. Ida Dreyer and lin Wegeners. New Years Eve guests of the Lyle Hansens were the Peter Koencks and Merle Lockwoods. The Paul Eiglers returned Sunday from a holiday trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., where they visited their two daughters ana son-in-law, the K. C. Ruskes and Judy Eigler. They also attended the International Hockey games at the Broadmoor World Arena. The Adolph Hansens and Karen Hansen, Lake Crystal, Minn., were guests New Years Day of the Lyle Hansens. Sunday evening guests of the Warren Jones, chairman of the commission of worship, is in charge of dispensing memorial funds. The robes and new music folders were recently dedicated at a worship service. The Norman Bollingers were the Kenneth Bollingers and Gene Tietzes. New Years guests of Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl were the Edwin Wichtcndahls and Mrs. Helen Wichtendahl and Shorty Meyer, Algona. Debra and Kristine Bollinger, daughters of the Norman Bol- lingers, were overnight guests New Years Eve of their great grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Gushing, Fairmont. The Don Sasses, Mayville, Wis., were holiday guests of he Rev. Clifford Busses. Kenneth Kerber, son of the yndon Kerbers, was home )ver New Years and then flew o Sheppard Air Force Base. the Ralph Walkers, Whittemore. Holiday visitors at Fred Mortensen's were the Ronald Mor tensens and Darrel Household ers, Omaha. New Years guests of the Clif merly used are now in service at the Swea City church. The robes Methodist were in 20-year old maroon robes^for- {ord Douglases were the Vern Switzers and Ezra Curtises, Spi rit Lake, Leo J. Dommicks, Es therville, and Merle Voigts. Holiday guests of the Ernes Muellers were the Melvin Pom pes, Laurence Muellers, o Scottsdale, Ariz., Wayne Finnc stads, Chico, Calif., Harlar memory of Emma Light, John Light, Melvin Charles Weisbrod, Joe Madden, William Voigt, and Elsa Hugh. ALOW of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met last week with Mrs. Oliver Twait and Mrs. Bernard Twait. Mrs. Melvin Berkland led the devotions. The program was a film on the American Bible Society. Duane Meling and lla Mae Nieman were guests New Years Day at Albert Mitchell's. Lynn, Lynnette, and Lyndon Underwood, children of the Richard Underwoods, Jefferson, were week long guests of the Albert Mitchells. Houseguests of the Morris Mitchells last week included the Dale Mitchells, Leonard, N.D., Rev. Edwin Phildrums, Stordon, and the Irving Davidsons, Charles City. Holiday guests of the Lyle Newels were the Charles Newels, Dennis Newel, Le Mars, and the Richard McCartneys, Hart,ley. New Years Eve guests of the Charles Newels were Mrs. Esther Frank and the E. K. Johnsons. Holiday guests of the Charles Newels were the Lyle Newels, Richard McCartneys, Hartley, and Dennis Newel, LeMars. Holiday guests of Mrs. Clara Berkland included 58 children, grandchildren, and great-grand children. Present were the Richard Purdys, Waterloo, Raymond Berklands, Mason City Rev. Samih Ismirs, Bismalrck, N.D., Ronald Jergens family Burt, Roger Berklands, Iowa City, Clarence Berklands, Bennie Berklands, Oscar Berklands, Art Codys, Kenneth Codys, Mrs. Melvin Berkland family, the Amos Berklands, Randall Berkland, Iowa City, Ronald Berk- lands and Ernest Berklands. Steven Berkland, Ames, the Rev. Samih Ismirs, David Berk- lands and Stanley Berklands were holiday guests of the Ernest Berklands. Steven Berkland went to Chicago after Christmas to spend a few days with a fellow student. The George Bollingers are grandparents of a girl born to the Willis Woodwicks, Algona, during the holidays. It was the first child for the Woodwicks. Debra and Kristine, daughters of the Norman Bollingers, were overnight guests during the holidays of their grandparents, the Arnold Hantelmans. Barry Schmidt, son of the Dennis Schmidts, Sigourney, was a visitor during the holidays with liis grandparents, the Olaf Norlands. Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and her sister-in-law, Alvina Huff, St. Paul, Minn., left Wednesday to take her three grandchildren to tkeir parents' home in Valinda, CaM Mrs. Miller plans to spend the winter with them be- lore returning home. Tlje Raymond Stoehers Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher The Ed Kemnas were Christmas guests of her parents, the John Mersches, Eagle Grove. The Allan Watnems were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Thelma ZwiefeTs, Clarion. Other guests were the Marion Triggs, Mt. Ayr. Mrs. Watnem and Mrs. Triggs were girlhood friends. Carol Kemna, student nurse at St. Vincents hospital, Sioux City, and her brother Bob, who teaches at McGregor, were Christmas weekend guests of their parents, the Ed Kemnas. The Allan Watnems were Sunday visitors at Ronald Jergen's, Burt. Naomi Struthers was a Wednesday caller at Donald Usher's. Need Printing? 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