. I-ALOONA (lowt) ADVANCt THURSDAY, WAY H/ft* Fenton Jeen Bellinger graduate erf Sentral high school and of Commercial college it Mankato. Wy», Titonka girl engaged MR. AND MRS. Maurice Bilsborough, Titonka, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lennice Rosalie, to Herman Wayne Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms of Titonka. Miss Bilsborough is a 1965 graduate of Titonka high school and a 1966 graduate of La' James College of Hair Styling in Mason City. Mr. Harms is a 1963 graduate of Titonka high school and is presently employed at the Titonka Creamery. A June ,10th wedding is being planned, and will be in the Methodist church at Titonka. OFFICERS INSTALLED WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met last week with a 1 p.m. luncheon and pledge service. Mrs. Dale Welsbrod was in charge of the pledge service With Mrs. Clifford Douglas assisting, Rev. Eldridge held installation of officers. They voted to have the program committee prepare for worship and fellowship services to be held by the group three times in the next year with patients at the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs, Clarence Arbogast, Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Mrs. Dennis Henrickson, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Russell Eldridge, Mrs. Art Kabrick, and Mrs. Lyle Newel. WINS BEEF TROPHY Dennis Uthof was presented the trophy for the 1965 4-H 'Outstanding Beef Producer" at the recent Kossuth Producers banquet at Algona. He has been active in 4-H work for seven years and has produced several champion, steers. He is the son of the Edwin Uthofs, Fenton, and will graduate from Sentral high school May 23. CHURCH GROUP MEETS Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met last week with Rev. Spicer leading devotions and a discussion on church history. Reports were given on the Spring rally recently.-at Swea City. Mrs. Ida Dreyer gave a report DATI STYLE SHOW the Sentral High School Home EC girls will give a style show Tuesday evening;, May 17, The public is invited. V The Kenneth Bellingers, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl and the Norman Bollingers were recent guests of the Edwin Wichten- dahls, Lone Rock, for his birth* day. Mrs, Sophia Wichtendahl was a Mother's Day guest of the Wilmar Wichtendahls, Lone Rock The Tom FickbohmSv Freder icksburg, were also Sunday gu ests of the Wichtendahls. Mother's Day guests of the Paul Voigts were the Roger Robbins family and Joe Colbert- , n Eagle Grove, sister-in-law oi Henry Kubly, Mother t»y ftmti at JOM Jergotwen's home were the Charles BaMians, Vincent, Jetty smiths, lowm Fills, and Irwin Jergensen*, LttVeme, Mrs. Dells iuffosi wont to Protivin Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Bader, and Mrs, Burgess Will Visit Mrs. Emma Kubly »on Racann Brink and John Wlckett, students. Mike Cofd, Davaflfart, Ms flitted, mm Cobb, sons. Renee Hantelman was a guest of the Paul Hassels Sunday for Lennie Hassel's confirmation. The Elmer Peters, Alpha, Minn., were Sunday guests of the Art Zumachs. oooooooooooooooooooooooo Lu Verne Fern Bigings oa plans for the Hostesses were Mission Fair. Guests for Mother Day at Thomas Carroll's were his parents, the Dennis Carrolls, brother the Don Carrolls, LuVerne sister the Ronald Clarks, Iowa City, his grandmother Mrs Mary Carroll, aunt Lucille Car roll, Algona; Mrs. Thomas Car roll's mother, Mrs. Helen Toohey, her brother the Monte Toohey's and aunt, Mrs. Rosie sons. them two weeks, Mariann Schad* end her fi •nee, Gary Bramer, Chicago, were weekend visitors with her parents the James Schades. The Henry Marty* took their adopted Korean granddaughters, Brenda and Lane, to their parents, the Carroll Martys, Ames, Wednesday after spending three weeks here/The girls and Mrs. Marty stayed, Mrs Carroll Marty is again ill. The John Zimmerman* ware unday guests of the Henry Ku- >lys. ^ ; •.. '•••;• The Robert Barbers were in 'ort Dodge for the funeral of his cousin's husband, Merlin Hoover, 52, in the Presbyterian church Monday. He was a driver of a bread truck and had a heart attack. The Fred Kruses were Moth* er Day guests of their daughter, the John Bohans, in Hum boldt. The Donald Kruses had at guests Sunday for her mother, *irs. Georgian Barton, for Mother's Day: the Bill Bartons, Ft. Dei Hoincs, were Mother Day we«k> end guettft of his parents, the Harrison Cord*. .'-.... The Sherman Arends visited his parents, the Grove? Arends, Williams, Mother's Day, ' The Jarnot Mallary* and her mother, Mrs. Alma Madden, were joined in Fort Dodge Sun* RefMkf »iaii§j - ,- ; _ . MoUief's BeW we^ttiid with his mother, Mtt. Luctftda Lam Henderson, LuVertie, and friends, Mrs. Hetman Schttli, MIS/ Mri. WIIHiW hef ••-'•»• CtoiHth. MM, Sykes, UwftttflM.. were guesto Thursday of .the 1/juU kwttW» M^. Jess Mf* John 0, Cox day by the Howard Boyen, Waukee, for Mother's Day attended services in First Methodist church and hid dinner together, Mrs. Clara Wolf had a* over* . Iti Pooahontas. They went to visit a cousin, Mrs. Frances Kamin, Chicago, ill;, gufst there, M«, Kamin leaves May 21 for a year visittttg relatives to London, England. CeWee gwests •* Mrs. Cllf Richardson May 4 for her birth* day were her daughters, Mrs, Frauds McVay, Algona, Mrs, The annual Wwnan't Society of Christian conference was held ftt Storm Lake. Attending from LuYerne were Mrs, William Gdfeilch, Mrs, Roy A, Bie- semeyef, Mrs. Atviit Weber, Mrs, Carl Swanson and Mrs. Lucinda Stone. Mrs. Goetsch was night. guests granddaughter Saturday the Randy her Sk- Mrs. Fayt Mchty was a Moth. er's Day weekend guest -of her son, the De Ray tichtys, Mason Ctty, Flint, Mrs.•John Fuhr and Mrs. Ernest Fischer. Mrs. Glenn Hardcopf, LuVeme. WORKING IN AMES Carol Zumach, daughter of the Art Zumachs, recently began work at the State Highway Commission at Ames. She is a The Fred Hinzes, Livermbre were Mother Day guests of her nephew, the Gerald Ramuses. The Henry Kublys were Mother Day guests of their daugh ter, the Edwin Martys. In' the afternoon the Henry Kubly' and their son, the Elmer Dodge; Marvin Broesders, Algona, Earl Bartons, and Alice Ann Barton, .LuVerne. The Al Hippens, Otho, were aggs, Valpariso, Ind. Mrs. Skagg is the former Roberta Murray, daughter of the Robert Murrays, Crown Point, Ind. The Skaggs left Sunday for Denver, Colo., where they expect to make their home. Wally Behn and children of San Francisco, Calif, visited Sunday with cousins, the Durwood Burtises. Callers were her cousins, the Fred Goetsches, Lu Verne. Mrs. Lena Him, sons Herbert and Frances were Mother Day guests of the daughter, the Bernard Millers, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Allen Blake, sen Robert and daughter, Mrs. James Lenz, visited Mother's Day with Mrs. Blake's parents, the J. H. Lang- behns, Green Mountain. The Leslie Pechumers had as guests Mother's Day her mother, Mrs. Clara Wolf, Lu Verne, and the sister, the Clar- MAY caillers Sunday at Gerald Ra mus's. The John Schulties and Dean of Bradgate were Sunday guests of his sister, the Clif Bjus- troms. ' Mother Day visitors of Mr*. Jessie Stripling iwere the Dwayne Tobsys, Readlyn, Clem Striplings, and the Sherman Arends, LuVerne. The Allyn Brinks and Mrs. Bryce A. Wickett were in Ames Saturday for Veishea. They also visited their daughter and ence Jurgesens, Corwith. Mother's Day guests at Mile Patterson's were the James Radleys, Robert Hursches, Sandra Patterson, Des Moines; the Milford McPeaks, his mother, Mrs. Mary McPeak, Renwick, and the Harding Hansens, Jerry and Dennis Patterson, Lu Verne, and tlie Loren Hubbells, Rolfe. 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