The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1968 · Page 17
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fmmmm | Published By | Publishing I ...J Sentral Boy Winner Of Shower Honors County Legion Oratory Recent Bride After hearing all entries at Lu Verne Thursday evening, Lewis Block, Kossuth County Legion Commander, announced that a panel of judges had selected Robert A. Krause as the winner of the Kossuth county Legion Oratorical Contest held at the LuVerne iym. The winner received a $25 war bond and the chance to compete at the district Legion oratorical contest Feb. 19 at Webster City High School. Robert was elected State Senator at Iowa Boy's State last summer, as a representative from the Fenton Legion post, and Sentral High School. Sentral has an oratorical plaque hanging in the hall of the high school building, and every high school student who is selected to represent Sentral at the county Legion oratorical contest will have his name and the year engraved on the plaque. Robert is a senior at Sentral High School, where Mr. Kayemba is Robert's speecli instructor. - o Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kassulke, St. James, Minn., left Monday for a vacation in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Art Geitzenauer, Lincoln, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Craig visited Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenauer at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, Ogden, were Sunday dinner guests at the Wilfred Stoeber home. ROBERT A. KRAUSE Ruger Holstein Highly Rated BRATTLEBORO, VT.-Kaytee Leader Bess 5030488, a seven- year-old registered Holstein cow, owned by John R. Ruger, Fenton, la., has produced a noteworthy record of 16,720 Ibs. of milk and 608 Ibs. of butterfat in 359 days. Iowa State University supervised the production, weighing and testing operations in cooperation with the official breed improvement programs of the Holstein- Friesian Association of America. This level of production may be compared to the average U. S. dairy cow's estimated annual output of 8,513 Ibs. of milk containing 315 Ibs. of butterfat. SMORGASBORD SUNDAY Serving from 11:30 A.M. to 1 P.M. Barbecued Ribs Swiss Steak Baked Ham Complete Dinner — Choice of Salad and Desserts All you can eat — $1.50 per person, children under 3 years, free. FENTON CAFE FENTON, IOWA SPECIALS FOR Thurs., Fri., Sat., Feb. 15-16-17 : WILDERNESS CHERRY PIE FILLER No. 2 cans 89c BETTY CROCKER PIE STICKS 20 oz. pkg. TENOERSWEET TOMATOES No. 303 cans $1 VET'S DOG FOOD 1 Ib. can FOLGERS COFFEE Reg. or Drip $1.99 can CRISCO --- 3lb.can 87C TONE'S BLACK PEPPER * «*•«««39c FLAV-R-PACK CUT CORN 10 oz. Frozen Pkgs. 2 for 39c FROZEN, CUT-UP FRYERS Tray Pack Average 69c PORK LIVER Ib. 25c TOP JOB CLEANER, giant size 49c PINK OR WHITE GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 79c PETE'S MARKET FENTON, IOWA Fenton Man FENTON - Mrs. David Eldridge, the former Elaine Heinold, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening at the Fenton Methodist church parlors. The program was opened by the presentation of corsages to the honored guest, Mrs. David Eldridge, and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Russell Eldridge. Brian Gerhart played a piano solo entitled "Viennese Melody." Mrs. Wilfred Laabs gave two readings entitled "The Kiss" and "A List for Lovers." Mrs. Warren Jones and Mrs. Jack Gerhart sang a duet entitled, "Well, Well Baby That's Love." Mrs. Arlo Ranney gave ahumor- ous reading, "Ain't Love Wonderful." Dale Eldridge sang a solo, "My Cup Runneth Over With Love." Mary Dawn Eldridge and Nancy Geitzenauer assisted with the opening of gifts. Mrs. Ray Zwiefel and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs presided at the tea table. Hostesses were Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Clifford Douglas, Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Mrs. Durwood Voigt, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Mrs. Herschel Hartman, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Ken Zwiefel, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Merle Voigt, Mrs. Elwin Schlei, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Warren Jones, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mrs. Jack Gerhart and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel. - o Mrs. Karl F. Schwartz, Rockwell City, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and family, Lone Rock, were Friday evening visitors at the Robert Mitchell home. Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Zwiefel home for Mrs. Jerome. Zwiefel's birthday.were Mr. and..Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel, Arron and Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, West Bend, Jacqueline Bjornebo and Daryle Zwiefel, Mankato. Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Thursday evening guests at the Wayne Bollinger home for Judy's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, Ogden, spent the weekend in Fenton, visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family visited Sunday afternoon in the Calvin Voigt home at Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Marshalltown, were Saturday overnight guests at the Ray Stoeber home. Mrs. Minnie Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vaux, Fairmont, Minn., were Friday afternoon coffee guests at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn entertained their card club at their home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reimers won high prize and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanover won low. Travel prize went to Mrs. Darrell Berkland and James Bierstedt. Mrs. Hazel Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gilbaugh, Graettinger, were Sunday supper guests at the Gerhart Hantelman home. The circle of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wm. Wiener. Devotions were given by Mrs. Robert Huskamp, the lesson by Mrs. Melvin Berkland. Guests were Mrs. Dale Voigt and Joel and Mrs. Amos Berkland. Saturday evening supper guests at the Albert Mitchell home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buenger, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Meling, Cylinder. Mrs. Jack Otto, DeWitt, spent from Sunday until Wednesday at the Henry Schulte home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler met Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kolilwes, Austin, Minn., at Mason City for dinner Sunday. Mrs. Grace Trenary, Burt, spent Friday at the Floyd Duncan home. Tim Berkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland, is taking a two-year vocational course in farm equipment mechanics at Emmetsburg. The school started Feb. 5 and has an enrollment of 18 students. Douglas Ackerson, son of Mrs. Marvin Ackerson, was named to the Dean's List for the first semester at Estherville Junior College. Plan Open House At Ringsted For Carl Duers FENTON - The children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duer, Ringsted, wish to announce they are having open house for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Duer at St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors, Ringsted, Sunday, Feb. 18 from 2 to 5 p. m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The children are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Duer, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel, Fenton. - o - Saturday evening guests at the Norman Finnestad home were Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and Milton Geitzenauer. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family, Lake Mills, were Sunday dinner guests at the Lyle Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland, Cylinder, visited Wednesday evening at the Melvin Berkland home. The M.Y.F. of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday evening at the church with the Merrill's as hosts. There were 23 members present. John Shaw gave the worship and the group saw a film on drugs. Mr. and Mrs. Art Geitzenauer, Lincoln, Nebr., spent the weekend at the Norman Finnestad home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles and girls were Friday evening supper guests at the Arndrew Harms home, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Friday evening supper guests at the Arnold Hantelman home for Arnold's birthday. Sunday afternoon guests at the Robert Mitchell home for Mrs. Howard Bierstedt's birthday and Robert Mitchell's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and girls, Lone Rock, and Kathryn Bierstedt, Ft. Dodge. Weekend guests at the Ray Zwiefel home were Jacqueline Bjornebo and Daryle Zwiefel. Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy treated the residents of Valley Vue Nursing Home, Armstrong, to cake and ice cream Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner's 66th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Doris Warner, Long Beach, Calif., sent a decorated anniversary cake to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner for their 66th wedding anniversary. Sunday afternoon guests of the Warners were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Dick CC- Donnell, Lone Rock, Mrs. Hilda Wegener and Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, Algona. Coffee Servers As Memorial For St. John's Aid FENTON - The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Herman Maahsand Mrs. Willard Menz as hostesses. Pastor Spicer gave opening devotions and led the topic entitled "What Does It Mean To Be A Christian." Mrs. Reuben Luedtke joined the Aid as a new member and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger resigned from the Aid. It was announced that World Day of Prayer will be Friday, March 1, at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, and Immanuel Lutheran church, Lotts Creek, will be host. It was also announced that the train will be at Ft. Dodge April 23 to pick up the used clothing and all old clothing to be donated should be at the church before April 22. The family of Mrs. Emma Reimers presented two silver coffee servers to the Aid in memory of their mother and grandmother. Appearing For Your Entertainment: Joe Funk & Lynn Saturday, February 17 BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON SEE SPEED QUEEN THE DURABLE PRESS DRYER with the •Prv-'' • < ***<*!5®ffi Silver £wwq LIFETIME STAINLESS STEEL DRUM +" Mc.lel J E e:tnc Lifetime Stainless Steel Drum » Rust-Proof • Chip-Proof • Sparkling Clean » Super-Smooth Special Durable Press Cycle with cool-down period at eM of cycle. Keeps ceases wrinkles out. Plus a Safety Door — when cpered s"«ts power. A start button on the control panel rr u $t be ;-s restart dryer. 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