The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 38
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ifiwfiw jy tH« Upper D«* Moinet Publishing Co., Aloono, Iowa MRS. RAY UTHOF Ntwi tditttr Reception For Low Scholarship Goes To leathers Set Trudy Huskamp, ISU Grad Sept. 7, Senfral FENTON - The public is cordially invited to attend the school recepti6n for teachers to be held Thurfeflay, Sept, 7 at 8:00 p.m. at the Central High School building. A sHpr^ program will be presented and refreshments will be served. - o - SHOWER IN ABSENTIA Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church in Fenton will be hostesses to a coin shower Sept. 14 at 8:00 p.m. for absentee honoree Susan (Hantelman) Harvey, former missionary nurse to Nigeria who was recently married to Stephen Harvey. They are now living in Broughton, England. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Don Gross and Marcia of Phoenix, Ariz, have concluded a two week visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheer of Phoenix, Ariz, spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Joslin, Louis and Karen of Covina, Calif, were Monday and Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase. On Monday the Joslins, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gross and Mar- FENTON- Trudy Kay Huskamp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, received a Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State University, Ames, completing a double major in English and History and a minor in Philosophy. Sixteen of over 350 graduated with distinction, maintaining a 3.5 grade point or better all four years of college. Trudy Huskamp was one of the 16 wearing the gold and scarlet cord of distinction on her robe. Those attending her graduation on Friday morning, August 25 at the Iowa State Armory were Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James Richard, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Algona, Miss Sylvi Silander, Turku, Finland, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. Huskamp entertained the above at a noon meal that day at Treloar's, Fort Dodge. They also celebrated Gerald Voigt and Sylvi Silander*s birthdays and Mr. and Mrs. Huskamp's anniversary in addition to Trudy's graduation. Trudy left from the Des Moines airport Wednesday morning for Philadelphia where she will attend the college of law at the University of Pennsylvania. She has been awarded a $1500 per year scholarship. She is also on the Dean of Women's staff and will be an assistant house director at Hill Hall, a dormitory for women. cia and Mrs. Edith Hayengawere dinner guests at the Harry Haase home. Mrs. Joslin will be remembered as the former Verdelle Lauritzen. Her parents, Charles Lauritzens, at one time owned and operated a cafe in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase had as Tuesday evening dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones and Maria of Pago Pago, American Samoa, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gross and Marcia and Mrs. Edith Hayenga. Mrs. Jones is associated with the weather bureau and has spent the past 17 months on the island. In that time the family has gained a wide range of experience. They will now locate in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase had We've Remedied ! Look Us Over! SATURDAY, SEPT. 9 "Steve & The Jubilees" Dancing — Inside or Outside Weather Permitting - RECREATION FENTON (instead of solvent-thinner-type paint) There are 11 others: 1. Apply in damp or dry weather-even when surface is wet 2. Faster drying-dust and insect-free in 15 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-far less fading from sunlight 6. Easy clean up with soap and water 7 Thinner coat does the job-reduces danger of failure caused by weight of build-up in repainting 8. Uniform appearance-no lap marks 9. Choice of 1,001 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 Choice of 1,001 longest wearing ever had! colors for the paint job you 6.95 deeplones slightly higher FENTON LUMBER CO. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bernhard, and Mary Margaret of Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. Marion Westling and Vicki of Burt as Saturday afternoon coffee guests. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gross and Marcia, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase attended a family gathering at the home of Mrs. Hilda Gross, Burt, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geyerand family, St. Joe, Mo. were Tuesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James Richard. Mr. Geyer is a former Lone Rock teacher. They were enroute home from a trip to Alaska. Mr. Geyer is now traffic control operator at the tower at the airport in St. Joe, Mo. The Geyer's older daughter Sandra is married and lives in Des Moines. Sunday evening dinner guests at the E. W. Ruske home were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Flink, South Haven, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland, Joan and Beth Ann. The Band Mothers of the Sentral Community School will meet Monday, Sept. 11 at the hot lunch room of the high school. Sylvi Silander left the Eugene Huskamp home Wednesday morning after spending about three "weeks-with'them. She is an IF YE (International Farm Youth Ex- changee). She is a home economics teacher in Turku, Finland a city of 160,000. She has spent three months in New Hampshire and is now spending three months in Iowa. She will return to Finland at the end of November. She left the Huskamps to stay with a family at Bode, Iowa for a couple of weeks. This is the same program (IFYE) as Trudy Huskamp was on last year when she spent six months in Finland. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Eugene .Huskamp and Trudy and Sylvi Silander attended a steak fry in Harrison Park, Emmetsburg. This was a meeting of the Palo Alto Extension Council. Miss Sylvi Silander spoke and showed slides of Finland. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Elmers and family, Mrs. Kenneth Steine, Fairmont, have returned from a camping trip to Fargo, No. Dak., the Black Hills and the Badlands. They took Melvin Mansager back to his home at Fargo after spending the summer at the Harlan Elmers home. Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Bradley and Larry, Pensacola, Fla., were Friday dinner guests at the Harlan Elmers home. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Gertie Berkland and Mrs. Teresa Cody, Cylinder. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Elmers and family were Thursday evening visitors at the Frank Seely home, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Oram and family, Culver City, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Wolf, Waverly, were weekend guests at the Clayton Wolf home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grant and family, Anthon, were Sunday dinner guests at the Clayton Wolf home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mrs. Ada Hite, visited Friday at the home of Mrs. Jenny Armstrong, Wells. Mrs. Hite remained for a longer visit. Thursday evening buffet dinner guests of Mrs. Ella Newel were Mr. and Mrs, Paul Barnes, New York; Mrs. Matilda Cosgray, Waynesburg, Pa,; Luella Newel and Geneyieve Newel, Chicago; Clayton Ditsworth, Mary Ellen and Kathryn, Mrs. Esther Frank and Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Newel and girls. Mr. and Mrs. ErvinGremmels and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowroan, Algoua, spent several days last week at Detroit. While the re they attended a ball game between the Twins and Detroit. Arlene Hansen, Lake Crystal, Minn,, was a house guest of Lyle Hansens last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland visited Sunday at the Gene Berkland home, Graettinger. Sunday- evening, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Card and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Gard, Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Mrs. Rose Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Al Bloomquist, Rochester, and Mrs. Jenny Bloomquist, Fairmont, visited Sunday at the Loren Miller home, Fairmont. Tuesday evening, Aug. 15, guests at the Eldon Hantelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bellnap, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krause and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miller and girls, Fairmont, Mrs. Rose Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher and Gina, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers, Garry, Debbie and Tammy have returned from a 10-day trip. They visited Mr. and Mrs. LaDell Olson and family at New Orleans, La. and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Long and family at Bettendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall are spending this week at Round Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and Patty Runke took Mrs. Inga Roesen and her granddaughter Terri Roesen to Des Moines where she left for her home at Vancouver, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs and Mike Wold attended a Maahs family reunion at Hutchinson, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fredricksen, Bradgate, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanselman, West Bend, were Sunday evening guests at the Herman Maahs home. Mrs. Olive Per son, St. Petersburg, Fla., was a Sunday supper guest at the Floyd Duncan home. Bernice Carpenter of Nashua and Gail Edson of Hampton were Friday overnight guests of Mrs. Florence Behne. Bernice and Florence went through grade school and high school together at Rockford. Mrs. Paul Behne of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Minard and Terry of Alta were Sunday guests of Mrs. Behne. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halverson, Algona, visited Omeal Nelson, a patient at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and family were Sunday picnic guests at the Clarence Theesflelds, Fairmont. Mrs. S.E. Straley spent from Monday till Friday at the Don Void home at Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wessel and family, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend at the Don Hurlburt home. The first choir practice of the year of the Fenton Methodist Church will be held Wednesday evening at the Warren Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Beisel, Mason City, and Mr, and Mrs. Henry Zinnel, Rodman, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Laiiranette Miller. Mrs. Miller took her grandson Jason Krough to the Fred Krough home Saturday. Jason will leave Omaha by plane Sept. 3 for his home in California. He has spent the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krough and Mrs. Lauranette Miller. Mrs. Richard Bell and family, Waterloo, brought Mrs. Miller and Jason Krough home Wednesday after a short stay with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Olson, Spencer, were recent Sunday evening dinner guests attheE.W. Ruske home. Mrs. Opal Root has returned from Denver, Colo, where she visited her son Dick, who lias recently returned from Vietnam. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulant* Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINOSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 Thursday, Sept. 7, 1967 Algona (la.) 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