The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1961 · Page 5
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March 2, 1961 4-Alflonti (la,) Upper Des Mditttift Thursday, March 2, Bible Teaching Mission Next Week, Depew A Bible teaching mission will be conducted by Rev. Bernt C Opsal, president of the Lutheran Bible Institute, March 5-8 at 7:30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew (7 miles north of Cylinder). Children's conferences will be held simultaneously, with guest speakers. Rev. Opsal is pictured above. All services are open to the public. Sunday, March 5 at 6 p.m., a Luther League banquet will also be held. Tickets may be obtained from committee members: Richard Twait, Gerald Twait, Jerry Solberg or Kerry Randa. Oscar Naig is League president. • ,. , Phone Co. Meet, Fenton, March 4 fenton — Annual meeting anc election- of two directors of th FentbH Telephone Co. will take place Saturday, March 4, at l:3f p.m. fit the Fenton Community Cetitef, according to announce merit by Gilbert Scribner Sr, manager of the local company. All stockholders are invited to attend and participate, Fetttdri T & C Contributes $100 The Town and Country Womans Club met Tuesday evening Feb. 2Jst in the home of Mrs, Kenneth Johnson with Mrs Dale Voigt assisting hostess. The Club added to the net proceeds of their 500 party to contribute $100 to the Choir Robe und of the Sentral High School. Contributions were also made to ,he Heart Fund and to Radio Tree Europe. Chairman, Mrs Caivin Vaudt nnounced that the Federated lounty Convention will be held /larch 9th at Titonka. Mrs Jack Gerhard and Mrs Darrel Dreyer were in charge of the program which was on Craft and Hobby Display. All the members participated. Fenton Bride-To-Be Is Shower Honoree, Feb. 26 - i Sentral Mothers ^orkprt Music Robe Project Seneca — The Sentral Band Mothers are working on a new project, which. is the purchasing of new choir robes for the mixed Chorus and Glee Clubs. The robes have now. been ordered and it;is expected that they will be here in time for the spring concerts. The mothers of the vocal students are also helping with the project. The group ordered 70 robes 'from the Collegiate Gap and Gown Company. They will be azure blue with gold accessories. Mrs. Siems In Mixers Hostess Fenton — The Independence Mixers met in the home of Mrs Freda Siems Feb. 16th. Mrs Ted Nelson opened the meeting. Mrs Donald Root gave a report on the Library meeting she d attended. Club f members voted to see .wfiich"lyo^ld be nore favorable, a : librai'y tour or a. dinner and program. Mrs Phil Diamond of Algona, working for. the- American, Cancer Sbdiety, showed several films on Cancer. ..,,,, , ••, The March meeting iviU' bo held: at- the. Township Hall with a pot-luck luncheon. A refreshing lunch was served by the hostess. Guests were Mesdames Carrie Voigt, Clara Fischer and Omer Lenning. Fenlon ,— Miss Vergenc Norland was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Mrs Ladell Olsen of Minneapolis registered the guests. Mrs Norman Quam of Cylinder was in charge of the following program. Humorous reading by Mrs Elmer Gricnert, piano selections by Evelyn Ann Quam. Miss Judy Juhl favored tne group With a vocal selection. She was accompanied by Miss Joan Mitchell. The guests wrote words of advise to a bride, and Miss Norland lead a number of these before opening her many lovely gifts. Assisting' the bride-to-be with :icr gifts were Susan Hantelman, Taye Hantelman, Mrs Gene Bianchard and Melanie Waite. Hostesses were Mesuames John Vaite, Arnold Hantelman, Eldon lantelman, Larry Alt, Stanley Jerkland, Norman Bellinger, Don Berryman, Konneth Halverson, iVilliam Hantelman, Lawrence lantelman, Charles Hantelman, Harvey Henrickson, William Householder, Walter Jentz, Helena Jentz, William Jenlz, Arn Juhl, Lyndon Kerber, Lloyc Kern, Everett Klocko, Ruebe Luedtke, Earl Lufkin, Willard Menz, Ed Mitchell, Oscar Nor land, Melvin Norland, Walte Pertl, Lloyd Sunde, Paul Voigt William Wiener, Jerry Waite. Miss Norland will be wed to Dennis Schmidt on Sunday, Mar 19, at St. John's Lutheran church S94 Donated—Dimes Mrs John Waite reports that a itotal of $94.07 has been contributed to the March of Dimes Fund, from the Sentral High school, the Seneca i a'jrid'' Fe'hton schpbl." ah'd 'from the' containers in-'the Fenton business places. Mrs ! Waite, • Chairman of the drive, said that over 71.00 of the total came from the schools, with the Fenton grade school contributing 41.51 of that amount. These figures do not include any contributions sent to Algona in the mailers. liome of Mr and Mrs Roger Long, Mr and Mrs Garfyl Household* or and Vicki Jo were Sunday dinner guests in the Carl Olsen home in Liverhiore. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompsori und Neva Thompson went to Ames Wednesday and visited with the Clarence Schendel family. Henry Kueck of Algona and Mrs Don Miller and Terry of Lu- Verne visited Tuesday in the Walter Thompson home. Jerry Dixon of Bancroft visited Sunday in the Gerald Angus home. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson were Sunday dinner guests in the Albert Pavik home in Fairmont, Minn. ' Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson attended the funeral of Roy Haag Friday in Algona. Mrs Jerry Leaneagh and children of Ankeny visited over the weekend in the parental Ben Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Henry Schepp- mann of Fairmont were Sunday afternoon callers in the Ben Schmidt home. Mrs Henry Scheppman, -Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mrs Gene Blanchard and Mrs Fritz Newbrough attended the shower of Vergene Norland in St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton Sunday afternoon. Miss Norland will be Carried to Dennis Schmidt, son of Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt of Lone Rock March 19. Dennis is stationed with the Air Force in Austin, Texas. ' Mr and Mrs Jack Jqh^ijfon and Janet of Cowrie arid William n^bn* of ione Rock were Publ!ifi«d ly Th« Upp«r DM Publffthiflfi Co., Alflttfld, lawa MRS. ARDETH Seneca Youth Moved To New PostlnMpls. Seneca — .Dick Lopft, who has been employed by IBM International Business Machines at t)es Mb'ines, for the past two years, was transferred to the Mirinea- polis Office on March I, where he will work as a Systems Engineer. The Loofis recently purchased a home on Brti6klyti Center, north of Minneapolis, but Will not get possession until April 1. His wife and baby son Will be spending the next three weeks with her parents at Oregon, Wisconsin. Dick spent Monday nigh) ftfe the Henry Loofis enrtnite to Minneapolis. Seneca 4-H Meeis The Seneca Progressive Farm- srs 4-H club met at the home of Brian Johnson Wednesday evening. The group voted to enter the Kossuth County 4-H Basketball Tournament. They also made final plans for the 4-H card party. Rodney Jensen and Rob ert Johnson of Algona gave de monstrations. Donald Hanisch will be the March host. Elm'er Witham, low sctste pti- feeS by Mf arid Mrs Cedil Langef* man, and travel prize by Delmef Fischer. jSeneea Mr and Mrs Virgil Ga'fdnei* taoved last week t6 a farm,which they have rented, 1 .West of fis- therville. A fafhlry from Fort dodge, the Hdtbld Lemmons and tour children Will mpVe on the farm vacated by the Gardners. Other movt's in the cofnftiuhlty 1 as March I approaches will be Norman Wegeners, Who'will be moving on a Speis farm near Graettinger. The Wayne Ohnemus family of Gresco Township will be moving 6n the place vacated by the weg- enetg. Mf and Mrs Bill Beftt hai'd will be moving oh the Thil- fees fistate farm, which they fe- iently purchased. Mr and Mrs Miles ' Wdlkefr of B'lUe Earth', Minn., will farm Mrs Nirta kracht's farm, but' Mrs Kracht wilj eo'fltlfititf to live iff the buiJd> fngs. 'tfhe Walke'fs have rented d house in SWea dlty where the> will live until -they are able to rind a house closer to the Kracht farm. Mr. and MrS die Pedersen at- tended'the fufieral of Mrs" Lena Christensen at the St, Johns Lu- theran Church near, filhgsted. , Mrs Art jBergUfH, Ideal leader 6f the Seneca Stars 4'^rf Club. Mfs fed Jensen, a mother, and Mrs Henry Lobft, 4-H d6nimit- teewoman, attended a 4-H train- Ing school Tuesday at the im- 'manuel Lutheran .Church at ,Swea City. Mr arid" Mrs Fred Jdfta'nnesen attended the jifJtH wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs C. C. dishing at Fairmoht Sunday evening. The Cushings are formed SWea' City, residents. ' Mr and 'Mrs Charles Beaver visited With their daughter and son-ln-laWy the Vifgil Gardners, WOMEN'S, MISSES, JUNIORS and TOTS Sundiy dinner guests in the Charles Morris home Mr and Mrs Tony ,He,lif|eVs and on of Marshalltojm»n'-sp'ent,,Fri- day and Saturday'at the Everett Withams. SCHOOL BUS TRAFFIC Nearly 34 percent of all U.S. school children ride buses to school. Some 11,4 million students use 165,000 buses every school day. Coming Events Wednesday — March 1, St. John's Aid. Thursday, March 2, Fairvillc: Ladies Aid; Woman's Society of Christian Service. COST OF ACCIDENTS Statistics prove that the chances of accidents on the new super-highways 'are only one-third as great as on other roads. Savings in accident costs alone would finance the costs of the Interstate system. DISCO WATER SOFTENER FOR CISTERNS Soften Up To 3000 gallons for DUNCAN PRODUCE FENTON OAT CLEANING TIMS OAT CLEANING TIME HAS COME AGAIN AND WE ARE READY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR SEED CLEANING NEEDS IN OUR MODERN SEED CLEANING PLANT. WE INVITE YOU TO STOP IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER YOU AT OUR PLANT. GET YOUR OAT CLEANING DONE NOW BEFORE THE BIG SPRING RUSH, WHICH ALWAYS COMES THE FIRST GOOD DAYS OF SPRING. WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO CLEAN SOYBEANS UNTIL AFTER ALL THE OATS ARE CLEANED. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FENTON, IOWA Mr arid Mrs Ed Schmidt recently entertained relatives* and friends from Fort Dodge, Humboldt, Pocahontas and Ringsted. The Schmidts have now moved to their home in Emmetsburg. Susan Hantelman, student at Abbott School Nursing, Minneapolis, spent the weekend in the parental William Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson of Ottoscn were Sunday visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Dr. and Mrs John Waile and Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstcdt attended the' Iowa-Minnesota basketball game in Minneapolis Saturday evening. Enroute to Min neapolis they visited with Wilfred Radig at Rochester. Mr Radig lias been hospitalized at the Methodist Hospital at Rochcstei for the past two weeks. Mr and Mis Ladell Olson o! Minneapolis spent the weekend with Fenton relatives. Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoebei visited with the Lyle Bassetts at Milford Sunday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister were guests Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Garner Hackney of Mason City. Thursday Club Party Seneca Thursday club entertained their husbands at a care party at the Everett Withams Tuesday evening. Present were Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz, Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen, Mr and Mrs John Struecker, Mr and Mrs Laurence Johannesen, Mr and Mrs Cecil Langefman, Mr and Mrs Delmer Fischef^tMr and Mrs Donald CrqoJj/'MrS Nina Kracht, VIrs ErMnffVbtteler,- Mr and Mrs Robert JBinzin who played fpr Mr and Mrs Joe Crowley, .and guests, Mr and Mrs Elmer Witham Sand Mr and-.Mrs Fred Johannesen. Prizes for high scores were won by Mrs Clarence Menz and Lone Rock Club Changes Date Of Next Meeting Lone Rock — The Lone Hock Lively Rockets 4-H Club me Fob. 25 with 18 members present The girls ato a breakfast which they prepared. The date of the next club meeting lias been changed from March 11 to .Mar 18 dm! to the forthcoming 4-H U:iy which is to ho hold at Al- t,'e.iia March 11. DcinonMratiom were Ri\ i'n bv .lo.Ann MeCkish and Dawn Schultz. Teresa Mar- Inw gavo a talk. The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary is having a public 500 card parly Saturday, Mar. Jii, at 8 p.m. There will be a free will offering and lunch will be served. Everyone is welcome to attend. Randa Hanson of Fonton was a dinner and 'overnight guest of Mark-no Nordine Sunday. Kanda Hanson, Molly Blanc-hard and Judy Krutt helped Markne celebrate her i:nh birthday in the Mi- and Mis Dany! Household- <-r and Danny were visitors in the Wayne Decker home in Al!'<ma Saturday evonin". Mr and Mrs Russell Fox ol Lu Verne « civ :.'l.sri vi.-ilors in (he UeeKer norm.- Janet Walker ann Ki.neiUI Mor- lenseu \\ere bunda> afternoon I c.,n, i-., m i, ur jjairyl Iluusehold- 1 '" i' niimc. I Mi- and Mrs Jim Lon'j »-e, x . tiii.-j.ay Uainti i;ut.-jlt in the HOT WATER? HERE ARE 2 QUICK, ECONOMICAL ANSWERS IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. 9 NEW GEO. A. CLARK ELECTRIC WATER HEATER, 50 gal. capacity. Regular Price $99.50 JgO 50 OUR PRICE TO YOU ^ @ NEW RHEAM GLASSLINED GAS HOT WATER HEATER, 30 gallon capacity. 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