The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 21
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,| tubllihtd ly tht Upper Dt» „„, • PoWl.hlng C<L, AJgond. lowo '• Mtt. RAY UTHOf •Newt Editor 1 I >4 Santa Visit Coming Youngsters of the Fenton area will meet Santa Claus in person, this coming Saturday, Dec. 16, when the Fenton Community Club will offer a free movie program at the Fenton Community Center, starting at 2 p.m. There will be treats for every youngster present, personally delivered by Santa, following the movie program. All youngsters are invited, and grownups can attend also, if they wish. ifenfott DEC. 14,1967 I I Algeria (la.) Upper 0*« Moinal-7 IJBJP See the NEW 1968 T-V AUTOMATIC FINE-TUNING r.ONTROL GIANT-SCREEN 23" RECTANGULAR PICTURE DIAC. 295 SQ. IN. PICTURE color tv's largest picture! CHOICE OF 28 MODELS Color or Black & White • Console or Portable • Your Choice, Screen Sizes • Priced For Your Pocketbook SEE THEM NOW AT MORTENSEN T-V FENTON, IOWA Phone 889-2811 10 New W.S.C.S. Members For Fenfon Unit FENTON-The W.S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist Church met Thursday evening in the church parlors. Mrs. Dale Voigt had charge of the worship service. For the program M>s, Russell Eldrldge had arranged for the guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson of Burt to present their slides set to recording and music on "The Meaning of Christmas." There was a special recognition in honor of the ten new members: Mrs. Clarence Gingrich, Mrs. Roger Ritchie, Mrs. Bill Raab, Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel,Mrs. Marold S«alei, Mrs. James Laabs, Mrs. Gladys Smith, and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobson. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and Mrs. E.A. Holland could not be present. The president Mrs. Ray Zwiefel presented each new member with a long stemmed rose as the secretary, Mrs. Clarence Osborn, called each name and recorded them in the membership roll. Mesdames Wendell Rusch, Jack Gerhart, and Merle Voigt and Wilfred Laabs assisted on the program of this reception. The Madrigal singers from Sentral school were presented by Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel. Guests of the evening were Mrs. Patsy Goetsch, Oak Park, HI.; Mrs. Carol Sewell, Long Beach, Calif.; and Mrs. Corrine Jorgenson. Hostesses of the evening were Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Art Voigt and Mrs. Jess Newel. - o Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Blighton attended the wedding of Colleen Swanson to Donald Miller of Estherville last Sunday. Mr. Miller is a' former neighbor of the Blightons. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schwartz, Windom, visited one day last week at • the home of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson visited Sunday afternoon at the Mike Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Rhonda and Jody, and Mrs. Edna Mueller attended the baptism of Angela Marie Kern at St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Ames, Sunday. The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church held their Christmas party Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors with 70 members and guests present. A potluck lunch was served. Rev. Spicer opened the program with devotions. Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mrs. Vic Struecker and Mrs. James Meyer sang. Mrs. Amos Finne- SEE OUR FLOOR DISPLAY APPLIANCES Refrigerator • Automatic defrosting • Large Capacity freeier • Twin porctlain crispers • Full width dairy chtit • Full lilt egg ihelf • Deluxe high- capacity door shelves • Magnetic door gasket Kelvinator Washer and Dryer • Hot water wash, warm rinse, warm wash and cold rime positive water fill. • Automatic time cycle, dial gives you wrinkle free drying, Super deep drying, safe and fast. No expensive gear replacement needed f Porc*U<n drum, rust & corrosion resistant, APPUANCES PLUMBING HEATING and FENTON, IOWA sted gave a humorous reading, Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Rex Spicer and Mrs. ErvinBorchardt gave a reading, and Mrs. Franklin Rush read a poem. Christmas carols were sung and gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Vic Dreyer was accepted as i new member. Mrs. Omar Lenning resigned. Choir Cantata Planned By Two Churches FENTON - A living indoor Nativity and Choir Cantata will be presented by the choirs of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lotts Creek, and the Walther League of St. John's, Fenton, on Sunday evening, December 17 at 7:30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton. - o Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof visited Warren Householder, a patient at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westfall, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Westfall, Tommy and Ann, and Mrs. Hazel Peterson, Graettinger, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerhart Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family, Fort Dodge, were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Jentz home. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Lenning and Linda were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Freda Siems for the Lenning's 14th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Darrell Householder, Carter Lake, underwent major surgery at St. Joseph Hospital, Omaha, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Runke and Patricia were Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Shirley Zumach. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, Lone Rock, visited Sunday at the Don Uthof home at Dodge Center, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skaar, Harold and Burnett, Primghar were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were guests Sunday at the Irvin Kassulke home at St. James, for John's 3rd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall attended the funeral of Holland Watson at Humboldt last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Berkland and Karen were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Shirley Zumach. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer were Thursday evening supper guests at the Stan Berkland home. Renee Douglas was a weekend guest at the parental Clifford Douglas home. Janice Blighton, Fairmont, was a weekend guest in the parental Clifford Blighton home. SENECA Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen entertained at a pre-Christmas dinner. Guests included sisters of Mrs. Johannesen and their families: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland and the Elmer Randas. The Norlands will be leaving soon for California where they will spend the winter with their daughter and family, Mary Lou Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver received word from their son Kenneth that he had received orders to serve in Vietnam. Seneca friends of the Melvin Englebarts will be interested in knowing that the Englebarts* son, Darwin, received the same orders, so they are still together. The Seneca Luther Leaguers and guests enjoyed a bowling party Sunday afternoon at the Leisure Lanes at Bancroft. Following bowling the group met at the church parlors for a pot luck supper. The group then trimmed the Christmas tree for the Sunday school Christmas program which is scheduled for Sunday night, Dec. 17, at 7;30. *~'™~ WORKSHOP Bert McKenney or rural Rock Valley, though alone at age eighty-eight, finds compensation in his basement workshop. There he turns out among other woodworking articles large-scale farm feedlots. From pieces of pinewood he makes the toys that thrill his grand and great grandchildren who number many. Kossuth Girl To Be Bride Of Feb. 24 SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen of Bancroft announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol, above, to Joseph W. Goyena of Brooklyn, New York. Carol is presently employed as an executive secretary at Brookdale Hospital Center, Brooklyn. Her fiance is a representative salesman for Mayflower Moving and Storage. A Feb. 24 wedding is being planned. Funtral Directors - o - FAREWELL HONORS Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen were honored at a farewell coffee held for them Sunday morning following the morning worship services at the Blakjer Lutheran Church. Rev. Harold Anderson spoke briefly after which Carville Jensen presented several selections on the saw with Mrs. John Johannesen as accompanist. Henry Looft, president of the congregation, presented the honored couple with a gift of money as a remembrance. Refreshments were served by the women of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Olsen, who have lived and farmed in the Seneca community for many years, have retired from farming and will move to Ringsted where they have purchased a home. - o Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Liumhad their infant son, Eric Michael, baptized at the Blakjer Lutheran Church at the Sunday morning worship service. Rev. Harold Anderson officiated. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Armand Ulstad. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey spent several days last week at ottftwzi ni* Seneca Stars 4-H held their Christmas party Saturday afternoon at the home of Denise Votteler. Fifteen members were in attendance and helped make plans for campaigning at 4-H Rally Night for their nominee for county office, Linda Kracht. The group then enjoyed recreation and games directed by Cathy Bergum, Ann, Rosemary and Susan Fortney, and Denise Votteler. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments were enjoyed. Mrs. Clifford Gangsted entertained the Seneca Modern Mixers club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The January party will be held at the home of the Fred Jo- hannesens. The group exchanged Christmas gifts after which the hostess served holiday refreshments. The Jolly Jokers met for their Christmas dinner last Thursday at the Home Cafe at Ringsted. Mrs. Lyle England and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin attended the Past Matrons Christmas party at Armstrong Monday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin of Des Moines were recent week end visitors at the home of the former's parents, the Cecil Baldwins. Joining them were Dr. and Mrs. Plathe of Armstrong. Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Opal Kabrick and Mrs. John Nyman from this area attended the Christmas party of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau Women's Chorus held Monday evening at the Marlin Meehlhause home at Algona. 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