The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1967 · Page 18
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I fty Tht Upptt Pubtithing Co., Algona, (owo MRS. RAY UTHOF News Edlfet Itejwnrier Lr.::; Large Crowd At Luedtke Reunion, Fenton Park FENTON —Those attending the Luedtke reunion at the Fenton park Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Art Luedtke, Mrs. Helena Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Luedtke and Mark, Mrs. Marvin Ackerson and Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schmidt and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luedtke, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Larson and Dawn, Carol Mar low, Rochester; Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Luedtke, Susan and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Theisen, Marcla and Craig, Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Betterman, Golden Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Schmidt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Luedtke, Leslie and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe, Patricia Luedtke and a friend, Kathy Larson, Des Moines. - o - CHURCH MEETINGS W.S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist Church met Thursday at the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Warren Jones, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs. Devotions were given by Mrs. Frank McFall and the lesson was given by Mrs. Arlo Ranney. This year's project will be to sew garments for boys and girls in Africa. The patterns for the sewing project were shown. Mrs. Richard Schiltz was a guest. The regular meeting of the. Fairville Ladies Aid was held in the church parlors Aug. 3. Rev. C. Bliss led opening devotions and the book of Amos was studied. The Ladies Aid offered to paint two rooms in the pastor's home. Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene NOW OPEN JIM'S STANDARD FARM STORE ON HIGHWAY 44 - FENTON COMPLETE LINE OF GASOLINE - FUELS - OILS GREASES AG CHEMICAL JIM MEYER YOUR STANDARD MAN \ WE'VE COOKED UP SOMETHING FOR YOU At this Bank we go out of our way to make our customers happy. We endeavor to "cook up" a little extra service . .. something that is hard to find these days. If you're looking for more individual attention to banking needs, visit us! FIRST T R U S T L ,^A S A S/ I N G S Sentral BB Team Had 10-6-1 Mark Wegener and Mrs. Orville Weiner. - o Mrs. Vic Struecker entertained Thursday afternoon for Julie's 2nd birthday. Guests were Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Duane Garman and girls, Mrs. James Meyer and Mark, Mrs. Esther Mintz, Mrs. Harolrt Elmers and Tammy and Mrs. Fred Greinert and children. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Krause, and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Struecker spent the weekend at Minneapolis. They attended the ball game there Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, Swea City, attended the Twins- Boston ball game at Minneapolis Sunday. Wednesday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs. Laura- netta Muller were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bader, Helnut and Sigrid, Philadelphia; Mrs. Clara Fischer, Mrs. Freda Siems, Linda Lenning, Mrs. Alvina Huff, St. f Paul; Mrs. Clara Seely, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn and Jason Krough. Mrs. Alvina Huff, St. Paul, spent from Monday till Thursday at the home of M- s.. Muller. Sunday guests at the Charles Feye home were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Widdel, Spirit Lake. Patty Widdel had spent several days at the Charles Feye home. Karen Feye returned home with the Wid- dels and spent from Sunday till Thursday there. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sturdivan and boys, Madrid, were Monday and Tuesday guests at the Charles Feye home. * ri- ' «• mm***/** *P**t 4ft m f m Sentral High School's baseball team recently ended a successful season, posting a 10-6-1 season mark and 9-2 State Line Conference record. —Members of the squad are shown here. Front row, left to right, Gary Laabs, Owen Kerber, -Gary Elmers, Randy Bierle and Dave Newbrough. In back, left to right, Mike Lee, Ron Dacken, Brian Johnson, Bob Bierle, Jim Geitzenauer and Howard Mueller. Captain of the club was Brian Johnson. ... „ t j Missing when the photo was snapped were Ken Marlow, Tim Berkland, Larry Peter and softbaU team posted a 7-6 season record and lost in the first round of District Tournament play. Don Matthiesen is spending a week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen. He has been attending summer school at Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, and will return there in the fall. Mrs. Carmen Bell and family, Waterloo, and Mrs. Lauranetta Miller and Jason Krough plan to go to St. Paul Thursday to visit relatives. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. A. J. Gross, 96, at Curlew. Mrs. Gross was Homer Matthiesen's grandmother. Mary Lou Waller, Chicago, college roommate of JudyEigler, visited with Judy in the Paul Eigler home Friday thru Monday. Mrs. Art Priebe gave a birthday party for Mrs. Floyd Duncan Tuesday. Guests were members of Mrs. Duncan's Sunday School class, Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Ella Walte, Mrs. Amanda Kern and Mrs. Edith Hayenga. Mrs. Priebe showed slides of her trip east. Mrs. Jessie Jentz recently visited her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Jentz, Okoboji. Mr. Jentz is employed by the Lake Patrol there this summer. While there she attended the Okoboji Summer Theater and saw the play "Barefoot in the Park." She was also a guest at the Clarence Weaver home at Ocheyedan. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace, Hayfleld, visited Monday at the Floyd Duncan home. Fenfon Folks Home After Japan Trip FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell returned home Tuesday from visiting their daughter Anna Marie, a missionary at Sizuska, Japan. On return to the states, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Bertl Berkland at Seattle, Wash, and the Edwin Silrums at Spokane, Wash. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Wally Loek and Wayne and Max Borchardt visited Thursday evening at the Virgil Borchardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman spent the weekend with Mary at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Brent spent last Monday at the Ewald Kohlwes home, Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall, Mr. and Mrs. AmosEgland,Wal- lingford, and Mrs. Clarence Egland, Estherville, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. KarenRosth, Story City. Mrs. Don Hurlburt and Mrs. Herman Maahs attended a shower for Carol Schott at the Howard Jergens home at Bradgate Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett, Milford, are spending a few days at the Ray Stoeber home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thees- fleld, Fairmont, were Sunday callers at the Ray Stoeber home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall visited an aunt of Mrs. McFall's Mrs. Margaret Donek, Fairmont, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland returned Saturday from a vacation spent at Lake Mary Resort in Alexandria, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt took Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kerber to Minneapolis Thursday to catch the train for their home at White Salmon, Wash. On the way home, Mr. and Mrs. Borchardt visited Don Uthof at the Owatonna hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Karen visited Mrs. Louise DeWall, Estherville, Sunday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith Nelson at their summer home on Spirit Lake. RUTA'S CAFE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY AUGUST 13 If we run out of Gilt Edge Super Latex House Paint... order metal siding No, we aren't in the metal siding business. But new Gilt Edge Super Latex House Paint is so superior to ordinary paint, we'd almost lather see you put metal siding on your house if we run out of Gilt Edge Super Latex. Read how it compares to solvent-thinner-type paints: 1 Apply in damp 01 diy weather-even when surface is wet 2 Faster diyin^-aust and insect tree m Ib to 45 minutes depending on humidity 3 Slower erosion-no discoloration from chalking 4 Easier to apply-no tiring brush drag 5 Superior color retention-tar less fading from sunhght 6 Easy clean up with soap and water i Thinner cat does the (Ob-reduces danger of failure caused oy weight of build up in repainting '6 Uniform appearance —no lap marks 9 Choice of 1,00! colors 10 Long wearing-durability equal or superior to the best solvent thinner type paints 11 No special primers needed for repaint work 12 Breathes better-helps prevent failure due to moisture penetration from within the house See what we mean? For a paint job that lasts and lasts and lasts, your best value is Gilt Edge Super Latex House Paint per gal. deeptones slightly higher FENTON LUMBER CO. Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family were Thursday evening callers at the Ray Uthof home. Mrs. Alice Schmidt, Austin, Minn., spent the weekend at the Reinhold Laabs home. Sunday afternoon guests at the Laabs home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern and their granddaughter, Brenda Laabs, Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Katliy and Mrs. Mice Schmidt. Sunday evening callers at the Roy Clirischilles home were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Weiner, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Long and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mack and family, Bettendorf, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers and family and Joaniiie Binder, Ayrshire, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gus Krause home. Mabry Long is going to spend the week at the Gus Krause home while his Brents are vacationing in Colorado. Those enjoying a piciiic dinner Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Ella Newel were Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarty, Kelly and Kim, Hartley; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and John, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schiltz and girls, Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Virginia Rabey and Ruth, Cedar Falls; and Mrs. E.J. Frank. Mrs. Lloyd Sunde spent last week at the Jim Peterson home in Minneapolis. Thursday, Aug. 10, 1967 Algono (id.) Uppar P«t MeliW-7 Among those attending the Theesfleld reunion held at the Lone Rock Legion hall Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and Teresa, Titonka; Mrs. John Theesfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al- vln Zumach, Lake View; and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zumach, Wall Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Borchardt and family visited Sunday at the Marlin Wegener home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Mueller and boys, Stanton, spent the weekend at the Ernest Mueller home. 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