The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1967 · Page 19
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Proposed Addition To Sentral High School n Ifeni<m ftepotijeir Hold Funeral For Former Seneca Man SENECA - Funeral services were held last Tuesday at Nazareth Lutheran church at Armstrong for a former Senecan, Harvey A. Eckholm, 65, Armstrong, who was killed Saturday morning when he fell from a ladder at the Carglll Elevator at Armstrong. Mr. Eckholm died as the result of a skull fracture which he sustained when he fell 40 feet from the ladder while operating the corn dryer. The body was discovered by Melvin Brown, a truck driver, when he brought a load of corn to the elevator. Harvey Eckholm was born Oct. 15, 1901 at Seneca. He attended schools at Seneca and Swea City and was married to Loretta Mitchell of Armstrong In 1926 where they made their home. Mr. Eckholm was a truck driver and worked as a mill operator for Quaker Oats for approximately 20 years. Survivors Include his wife, one son and four daughters; also his mother, Mrs. Helen Eckholm of Ringstedj a brother, Valdonjand a sister, Mrs. Nick Burgess, both of Armstrong. - o - GETS AWARD Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larsen received word from their son, Mike, who is in the armed forces and stationed near Frankfurt, German, that he has been awarded a badge for outstanding medical field training. He has also been promoted to Pfc. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend visiting their son and family, the Jack Loofts, Rochester. Their granddaughter, Sara, who had been visiting at the home of her maternal grandparents, the Elmer Horstmans, Britt, returned to Rochester with them, Tom, eight-year-old son of the Jack Loofts, was recuperating from an appendectomy to which he had submitted the preceding Monday. Olaf Oftedahl spent several days at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, last week for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever and family of rural Ringsted were Sunday guests of the Alfred Petersens. Afternoon callers included Mrs. Harriet Verbrugge and daughter. Mrs. Alfred Petersen assisted a circle of the Free Methodist church, Armstrong, in serving dinner for the family of the late Harvey Eckholm, whose funeral was held Tuesday at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt visited Saturday evening at the Andy Burt home, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gangsted and family were Sunday guests at the William Olsen home at Armstrong. The group celebrated the birthday anniversaries of William Olson and Mrs.Gang- sted. Mr. and Mrs. Larmon Hattle, Ringsted, were hosts at a dinner Sunday honoring their granddaughter, Beth Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hattle, Seneca, following her baptism at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Gary Petersen and Mrs. Louis Sevatson. Dinner guests in addition to the honoree and her parents included Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Petersen, the maternal grandparents, also Beth Ann's great-grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sevatson and Kathy Skow. Joining them for afternoon coffee were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Petersen and Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Madsen recently visited their daughter and family, the Jerry Blisses, Garden City, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Salisbury recently attended funeral services for Mrs. Salisbury's Before you can have great car deals, you have to have a great car. Only Pontiac dealers have both. Anytime's a great time to buy a new Pontiac. With great names like GTO, LeMans, Catalina, Firebird, Bonneville and Grand Prix, there's no such thing as a bad time. But if there ever was an extra-great time to see your Pontiac dealer, it's right now. Because all this greatness has inspired him to let you write just about any kind of deal on your new Pontiac. So why settle for anything less? Get in on the great ones at your Pontiac dealer's today! MAN* OF UCELltHCt iHac Motor D'vi!»io:i On April 18, voters In the Sentral Community school district will go to the polls to approve or disapprove a proposal for a new $160,000 addition to the present school. The above diagram indicates the proposed new construction, shaded with the heavy black lines. The new construction would be added to the south and west sides of the present structure, and would provide chiefly shop, industrial education, music and bus-garage room as indicated, as well as a more adequate dressing room facility for athletics. SCHULTZ BROS., SOUTH PHILLIPS ST., ALGONA brother, Roy Hertz, 58, Rolfe. Mr. Hertz suffered aheart attack in the office of a physician at Pocahontas the previous Thursday. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Sophie Hertz of Rolfe, a brother, Elmer of Sulton, Calif., and another sister, Mrs. Grace Hovey, Rolfe. Lutheran Aid, Fenfon, Helps Clothing Drive FENTON - Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church met Wednesday afternoon April 5 at the church basement with 35 members and 7 guests present. Rev. RexSpicer gave opening devotions and the topic. The president, Mrs. Norman Finnested, reported on the L.W. M. L. zone board meeting held at Algona and read the revised constitution which will be voted on at the L.W.M.L. Spring Rally to be held at Whittemore, April 25. A discussion on the World Relief clothing drive was held Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Amos Finnested, Mrs. Harvey Henrlck- sen, and Mrs. James Meyer were to pack the clothing. Hostesses were Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Marvin Acker son. Guests were Mrs. Jerry Waite, Mrs. Charles Feye, Mrs. Marlin Wegener, Mrs. Ronald Chrischilles, Mrs. Nettle Miller, Mrs. Ella Waite, Mrs. Ed Schlei. - o - James Meyer and Wm. Hantelman attended the district board meeting of the Lutheran Layman League, at Auburn Sunday, afternoon. The Spring Rally of the Algona zone of the Lutheran Layman's League will be held May 7 with a banquet at 6:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran School at Whittemore. The speaker will be Rev. R. F. Jenkins, Omaha, Neb. his topic will be Problems facing the Negro in America. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. Shirley Zumach for the 20th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Rhunke and for the 10th birthday of Pam Zumach. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt were Wednesday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Shirley Zumach. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland, Cylinder, called Sunday evening at the Melvin Berkland home. Dennis Eldridge, Dale Eldridge, Reuee Douglas, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Jackie Jones, Margo Rusch, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Mrs. Keiiley Zwiefel and Rev. Eldridge attended the District Rally of the M.Y.F. at Spencer Sunday April 9th. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and 6-Algona (la.) Upper Do* Moinei Thursday, April 13, 1967 40 Children Sign Up For Kindergarten FENTON - Twenty-one youngsters were registered by their parents to enter kindergarten In Fenton this fall at the round-up i.jld April 3 at Sentral school. Registered to enter school this fall were Tania Berkland, Kristine Bollinger, Myron Bruhn, Carolyn Bruhn, Duayne Cody, Lori Ann Duncan, Kathleen Gerhart, Pamela Hansen, Steven Huskamp, Kevin Jacobsen, Shawn Krause, Maynard Kressin, Jeffrey Meyer, Michael Rusch, Gregory Thilges, James Tlgges, Tammy Wilberg,, Marilyn Elaine Winkel, Marlene Ellen Winkel, Penny Wolff, Darcl Lynne Wiener. There were 19 youngsters registered by their parents to enter kindergarten in Lone Rock this fall. Registered were James Bernhard, William Bernhard, Susan Brekke, Jody Lynne Culbertson, Greg Erickson, DeniseGod- fredsen, Julie Heifner, Bruce Heifner, Joanne Kennedy, Gloria Metzger, Larry Newbrough, Thomas Olson, LuAnn Preston, Ronald Radig, Denise Ramus, LoRee Lee Votteler, Debra Wibben, Brenda Harms, and Kimberly Reimers. Sentral Music Students In State Contest FENTON - The Sentral Com- munit School music department participated in the State Music contest for solos and ensembles at Swea City April 8. There were 58 students from Sentral that competed. Results: 13 division 1 ratings and 9 division 2 ratings in vocal; 15 division 1 ratings and 11 division 2 rating in instrumental. In piano competition, there was a division 1 and a division 2 rating. Division 1 ratings were: Patricia Dreyer, piano solo; Mary Lou Larsen, trumpet solo, baritone sax solo, treble high solo; Carl Priebe, trumpet solo, Dale Eldrldge, Baritone voice solo, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, B Clarinet solo, Roger Hanson, bass voice solo, Rita Luedtke, treble medium solo. - o - AID MEETING The regular meeting of the Falrville Ladies Aid was held in the church parlors April 6. Rev. Bliss led opening devotions. Mrs. Carl Beck gave the topic lesson. The aid will purchase the book "Women on a Mission" for the church library. Elvira Pettit and Phyllis Jensen volunteered to pack and box the clothing for World Relief and take It to Fenton. It was decided the Aid will take a bus tour to Palla, May llth. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Laurenetta Miller and Mrs. Arnold Nielsen. - o MODERN MIXERS Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday. Ten members answered roll call. A donation was given to the Easter Seal society. The hostess had charge of entertainment after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Jerry Wilberg will be the May hostess. boys visited Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Lester Theesfield, Armstrong. The Saturday afternoon bridge club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Herman Maahs. Prizes went to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Esther Frank, and Mrs. Carl Beck. Guest players were Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs. Lena Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kern, Ames spent the weekend at the Lloyd Kern home. Saturday evening guests for Charles and Jody Kerns birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller and family, Mrs. Edna Mueller and Mrs. Amanda Kern. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hurlburt and Mike spent Sunday at the Eldon Hurlburt home at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hanson, Lake Crystal, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hanson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Adolph Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hanson were Sunday supper guests at the Paul Weber home, at Burt. 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