Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1966
Page 9
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Fenton Co-op elevator has annual moot Alqono Ktmuth County THURSDAY, AMIL 7,1f*6 - ALGONA, IOWA - ed the home the Jackson** were fiviftg iti from the Oliver Stoe* b*w and moved lust week also. The Bernie Kramers then mov- ;ed ihto the home vacated by the Boettchers. Fenton — Two hundred members and guests attended the 59th annual meeting of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator in the Fenton school gym April 2 The annual report read by au ditor Ralph Brausie showed sa les of $1,809,000, net savings from operation of $75,000. Allocation to members was $66,000. All departments showed a good increase over the previous year. Gerald Jentz, Bennie Berkland and Darrel Dreyer were elected to serve as directors for three-year terms. President Hans Baago, after serving for 15 years as a director and officer did not wish to run for another term. Glenn Grouse, of the Farmers Regional Co., spoke on the service their cooperative has in their farming operation. Entertainment was by Jimmie James after the meeting. Lunch was served by the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. F. F. Bierstedt won the $25 savings bond at the eight o'clock drawing. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt won the picnic pac. .Sacks of feed were won by L. H. See- gebarth, Walter Jentz, David Berkland, Robert Huskaimp, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Eldon Brown, Mrs. Bernard Tigges, Mrs. Harold Feye and Mrs. Cris Dahl. Six sisters PICTURED ARE six sisters who were re-united in California after 46 years. They are the daughters of the W. Falweys, Algona. Their mother died here 49 years ago. There were three other children, two sons and a daughter, one son and the daughter died and Ralph Falwey lives at Reinbeck, Iowa, but was unable to be there because of ill health. Seated on floor, left to right, Anna Bruns, Fontana, Calif., and Hazel Knight,' of Kamiah, Idaho. Back row, left to right are Margaret Collinson, Wesley, Jennie Pittman, Everett, Wash., Edith Falwey, Los Angeles, and Dorothy Mare, Mt. Vernon, 111. Mrs. Collinson just returned to Wesley after spending the winter in California with her sisters and a grandson. 50 PAIR PAJAMAS The drive to furnish pajamas for children in Vietnam by the women of the WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church was quite a success. Ladies sewing were Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Clarence Menz, Jessie Newel, Fred Mortensen, Merle Voigt, Charles Lovejoy, Ray Zwiefel, Esther Frank, Dale Voigt, Lloyd Kern, and Russel Eldridge. Materials were furnished by the women sewing and also by Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Reinhold Laabs, Frank McFall, Wendel Rusch, Charles Weisbrod, Wilfred Laabs, Clayton Ditsworth, Ed Schlei, Charles Newel, Amanda Schutt and Bailey's Store. Money was donated for the project by Mrs. Lyle Newel, Clarence Osborn, Marold Schlei and Clarence Menz. As.a result over 50 pair of pajamas were sent to Viet Nam. CHANGES IN FACULTY Faculty members having sub- mitted their resignations to the Sentral board of education are Florence Yager, Lone Rock kin Honor roll for Sentral high school posted Ftnton — Rather than a let* ter grade the honor roll for the third quarter at Sentral high school has been put out on number basis with 4.00 as a straight A average in all aca demic subjects. 4:00 — Mary Ditsworth 10, Judith Kraft 12, Mary Lou Larsen 11, David Marlow 9, Janell Newbrough 11, Linda Ullenav vang 9. 3.80 — Candace Vaudt, 11; 3.75 — John Luedtke 12; 3.60 — Marlin Berkland 10, Janet Hammerstrom 12, Mary Ml enke 11, Ervin Root 11. • 3.50 — Kathryn Bierstedt 11 Robert Krause 10, Linn Laager 12, Steve Schlei 9. 3.40 — Steve Petersen 11. 3.25 — Vicki Elm ers 11, Cheryl Krause 12, Jacquelyn Jones 10, Sandra Seege- barth 10, Teresa Voigt 10. 3.20, — Brian Menz 12, Diane Pom-' pe 12, Gary Rath 11. 3.00 — Janelle Bailey 12, Susan Blanchard 10, Phyllis Cherland 12, Dennis Eldridge 10, Rodney Jensen 12, Theresa dergarten; Mrs. Carl Lamb, Fenton 2nd grade; Mrs. James Jackson, high school English and Art; and James Woltz, high school science and coach. Mrs Raymond Lovstad, Hurt, pres ent kindergarten teacher in the Bancroft public school, has be en hired to teach first grade in Lone Rock. Mrs. Laurence Pingel, present first grade teacher at Lone Rock, will teach kindergarten. day guests of the Frank Falls. Me changed to Tuesday, April 12 At 8 p.m CHURCH GROUP MEETS ALCW of St. John's Luther an church at Depew met Thursday with Mrs. Tilman Egland n charge of the opening devotions and prayer. Mrs, Ken- leth Cody had the program on Caster. Pastor Johnson led a Jible study. The offering meditation was by Mrs. Howard Finnestad. Hostesses were Mrs. Amos Berkland and Mrs. Elmer Randa. SCHOOL VACATION Sentral schools will be dismissed for Easter vacation April 8. There will however be school on Monday, April 11, which was originally to be a vacation day also. This was made necessary to make up for a day lost during the recent storm. Several women met at the home of Mrs. Glenn Flint Friday and tied a quilt. They were Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mrs. Ole Peterson, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Harvey Henriksen, and Mrs. William DeWall. . Sunday dinner guests of the ; Albert Mitchells were Mr. an<l Mrs. Chester Score, Harold and iurnett, Primghar, and the [orris Mitchells and Duane Mailing. The Gerald Voigts were Tues The Ed Bruhns returned last week from a vacation in the South. Thursday guests of the Frank McFalls were Mrs. Ella Theese* field, Mrs. Ernest Christensen of lola, Wis. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach, Lake View. Saturday Mrs. Theesfield and Mrs, Zumach were guests of the Me Falls after which the women returned to Lake View where Mrs. Theesfield will spend an extended visit with the Zu- machs. Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruske eturned home last week from i trip to Arizona and Colorado. Sunday guests of the Gene Tietzes were the Kenneth Bol- ingers, Norman Bellingers, Mr. Harvey Bollinger, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, the Wayne Bollin gers, Lone Rock, and the Roger Leiningers, Bancroft. It was for Gene and Michael Tietz's birthdays and Mr. and Mrs. Tietz's wedding anniversary. Saturday guests of the Frank McFalls were their son-in-law and grandson, Herbert and Kent Wieske, Cedar Rapids. The Wieskes had brought Herbert's mother, Mrs. Wieske, Hurt, back Kennedy 9, Ronald Preston 12, Patricia Ruhnke 12, Richard Shaw 11, Marlene Smith 12, Cheryl Weisbrod 11. FAMILIES IN MOVES Several families are in new homes this week following much moving the last week. The Er nest Fischers have moved into their new home in Fenton. The James Jacksons moved into the Fischer home on the farm. The Fred Boettchers have purchas- to her home after being hospi Sunday guests of the Frank McFalls were the Wendel Rus- ches and Margo and Herbert Wieske and Kent, Cedar Rapids. Circuit pastors and families met at St. John's Lutheran hurch in Fenton Monday for a meeting and dinner. Mrs. Willard Menz and Brenda and Colleen were visitors at McFall's from Tuesday hrough Thursday after the recent storm. The Fenton 47 club met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Gerald Cody. Eleven members were present. A former member, Mrs. Louie Egemo, Was a guest. The group played bingo md prizes went to Mrs. Marlin Wegener, Mrs. Lloyd Sundae, and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. Mrs. Fritz Freyholtz returned last Week from an extended winter vacation in the South. Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise, Lone Rock, were Wednesday afternoon callers at Nor man Bellinger's. The Fenton Methodist church will hold Sunrise services and Easter breakfast for the MYF and guests starting at 6:30 Easter morning. NOW AT talized in Iowa City. Adult confirmation was held Tuesday evening at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville for Mrs. Diana Hannover and Kar en Banward. . The quarterly meeting of th voters at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville has been Anniversary — Mr. and Mrs Ernest Reynolds of Maquoketa observed their 60th wedding ah niversary with a family dinner there last Mar. 21st. 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