The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1967
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-T mmmmmmmmmmmmmm * I I .4 Senfral Picks Queens For Two Festivals FENTON - The S^ntraJ band has selected Teresa. Voigt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Volgt, to represent them as their band Queen at the Kossuth Band Festival at Algona, Oct. 7. Teresa is editor of the school annual, president of F.T.A. and a member of the student council. She has played first team forward since a freshman in girls* basketball, last year was second team all-conference, holds the stale record of 63 free throws in a row, active in band for six years, both concert ('clarinet; and marching (drum) band. She lettered the past three years in soflball, has lettered the last two years in track, and the past three years has been on the honor roll. She also lettered three years in chorus. Teresa" is a member of the Fenton Methodist church and was sub-district representative for MYF. She is chairman of the executive council heading a new project for a youth center in Fenton. The past summer, she was employed as a lifeguard and instructor at Armstrong. Susan Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, has been chosen by the Sentral band to be the Queen for the Estherville Band Festival, Saturday, Oct. 14. Susan has been a band member for six years, both concert and marching. She plays the tenor saxophone in concert band and is a drum majorette in marching band. Susan has been a basketball guard for four years and was 1965-'6G first beam all-conference and was 1965-'66 all-state honorable mention. She has participated four years in track and softball, and has been in chorus three Satellites Cop Third Victory Two of Sentral's three football captains took a break with Coach Bert Hanson during a recent practice of the undefeated Satellites. They are Terry Brekke, left, and Owen Kerber, right. Sentral hammered out its third straight win of the campaign Friday at Titonka, downing the Indians, 31-0, in a State Line Conference fray. The other captain of the club, Joel Priebe, was not present when the photo was snapped. (Sentral Beep Kioto) years. She is president of the Lone Rock Presbyterian Youth Fellowship, and youth budgeter for the Sunday School. Bride-Elect Is Honoree, Oct. 1, Fenton Shower FENTON - Vivian Sogge,' bride-elect of Darrel Denton, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Mrs. Russell Barber had charge We've Remodeled I DANCING INSIDE Saturday Night, October 7 "STEVE & THE JUBILEES" BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON Thursday, Friday & Saturday FOLGERS REG. OR DRIP COFFEE 2— n.39 WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE 6 oz. cans 5 for $1 ARMOUR'S FULLY COOKED HAMS 3 Ib. can $2.69 KRAFT'S 2 LB. BOX YELYEETA CHEESE 89* DREAM WHIP MIX TOPPING 4 oz. jar FRESH, CRISP LETTUCE head, each PETE'S MARKET L PFNTON IOWA of the program and gave a reading. Harlan Dosken and Diane sang "Jesus Loves Me" and Harlan also gave a special poem for Miss Sogge. Mrs. Alvin Dosken read a prayer and the group sang songs. Mrs. Wm. Bruhn made the corsages for the honored guests. Mrs.EmilHaack poured coffee. Hostesses were Mrs. Wm. Bruhn, Mrs. Russell Barber, Mrs. Alvin Dosken, Mrs. Rudolph Haack, Swea City, Mrs. Charles Feye, Mrs. Emli Haack, Lone Rock, Mrs. Martin Ohm and Mrs. Wm. Pettiecord. Darrell and Vivian will be married Oct. 28 at Windom, Minn. Marlin Berkland A Semifinalisf In Merit Quest FENTON - Mr. Gardner of Sentral High has announced that one student from Sentral has been named as semi-finalist in the 1967-68 National Merit Scholarship program. The student is Marlin Berkland, son of the Melvin Berklands. The 14,000 semi-finalists appointed throughout the nation have advanced to the second step in the competition for about 2,900 Merit scholarships, valued at more than $8 million to be awarded in 1968. Semi-finalists scored the highest in each state on the National Merit Scholarship qualifying test given last February. Names of the Merit scholars in the 1967-68 Merit program will be announced early in May, 1968. More than 15,900 students have received Merit scholarships In the twelve annual programs to date. Over $52 million in financial assistance to Merit scholars and their colleges has been expended or committed through the Merit program to date. PERSONALS The 47 Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gerald Waite. The new officers for the coming year took over their offices at this meeting. Mrs. J. Wallace Smith, Margo Rusch and Mrs. Russell Eldridge attended a fall missionary institute at Spencer Sunday. There were four study courses presented. The Senior Parent's night, held at Sentral High Tuesday, was attended by 40 parents. Mr. Gardner spoke on the scholarships available to the students. The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs. Albert Mitchell gave the scripture and prayer and Mrs. Shirley Zumach the • singspiration. The program was given by Mrs. Robert Huskamp. Mrs. Irvin Solberg and Mrs. Oliver Johnson sang a duet. The offering meditation was given by Mrs. Lloyd Strand. Mrs. James Cody and Mrs. Phillip Solberg were hostesses. Mrs. Olga Huskamp, a resident of Good Samaritan Rest Home, Algona, was a Sunday THOMAS """ FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Rdlabli 24 Hour Ambulanc* Strvlct Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonti FENTON 119-2794 RINOSTiD 166-1006 166-1001 166-1*70 SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftntpn, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Rtmodtlinj) PHONE 989-2281 Fenton, Iowa FEN Dr, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Offic* Phont 889-2248 Reiidtnc* 889-2353 Ftnton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dfdlir T-V Salt* t S.rvice Phent 889-2713 C RIENDLY TON. IOWA dinner guest at the Eugene Huskamp home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bruhn were Wednesday evening visitors at the George Meyer horne f Whittemore, for the Meyers' 56th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt entertained their card club Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wro. Bruhn won high prize and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Berkland won low. Mrs. Duane Hanover and Joe Culbertson won travel. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nabor, Tipton, called Tuesday afternoon at the S. E. Straley home. Chester Norland was a Monday caller at the Straley home. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Preul were Thursday dinner guests at the Strale/s. Mr. and Mrs. Nets Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Flint and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family were Sunday evening guests at the Glen Flint home for Robin and Renee's birthdays. Mrs. Jim Peterson and Randy, Minneapolis, are spending this week at the Lloyd Sunde home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ruske, Grand Lake, Colo., and Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske were Friday dinner guests at the Paul Eigler home. Sunday guests at the Harold Elmers home were Mrs. Wm. Elmers, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause and Janet Hammerstrom, Lone Rock. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Harlan Elmers and family, Renee, Denise and Lori Votteler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman were Sunday guests at the W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn, for Mr. Schmidtke's 84fh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley were Sunday dinner guests at the Adolph Hansen home. Mrs. Adolph Hansen visited last Monday at the Merle Dean Hansen home at Madelia. Saturday callers at the Howard Bruhn home were Mrs. Rick Holm and Kurt, Estherville, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and Roger, and Mrs. Jim Peterson and Randy, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus entertained the couples card club Sunday evening. Mrs. Bernard Kramer won high prize for women and Mrs. Kenneth Krause, low. James Meyer won high prize for men and Donald Hainzinger, low. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause and David, Lone Rock, were Sunday evening visitors at the Ervin Krause home. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Chrischilles home were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wiener, Burt. Mrs. Susie E gland, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall were Sunday dinner guests at the Ervin Ruhnke home, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw recently spent a weekend with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanson and Michelle at Taylor Falls, Minn. Michelle now weighs Sentral Band Motoers will tt.Mt 10 ite. at the age of five months Monday eventag, Oct. 9, at the after weighing 3 1/2 Ibs. at birth. Sentral school. Going full blast until Oct. 28. Check i our fall catalog for the big bargains i | Stoeber Hardware Fenton CARDS OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my thanks to my relatives, friends and neighbors for the cards, letters, gifts, flowers and visits while I was a patient in the hospital and since my return home. Special thanks to Pastor Johnson and Rev. Bliss for their visits and prayers. Also to the doctors and nurses. God bless you all. Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad. (76*) CARD OF THANKS We want to thank the Fire Department and neighbors for their help to put out the fire at our place. Theo. Ostwald. (76*) For about the cost of a cup of coffee a day, you can enjoy Cable TV! * (11.5c to be exact) Fenton Community Cable T-V Company CALL 295-3215 What an odd lookin appliance! It's really a new clothes dryer, but it's part ironer too. It becomes an ironer when it's used to dry the new "permanent-press" clothing that doesn't Jiave to be ironed when it's properly ^laundered, n See your appliance ^dealer today for a demonstration and full details on his new line of clothes dryers. And, if you buy your new dryer now, you'll get an important extra, too ... a $10 merchandise„ „ certificate* from iowa electric lighf and power company. The certificates can be redeemed in any store in any community served by iowa electric. Your dealer has one for you! / -Certificates ere issued qnly to dryer purchasers who place the\ \unit in service on an Iowa ilectric gas or electric distribution line./ See Your Favorite Appliance Dealer

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