The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 2, 1957
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4-Affefie flu.) Uppw DM ffatfttt Tfiurtdoy, May 2, 19S? Seneca Junior, Senior Class Banquet Held Seneca — The Seneca Senior Class, family ard wives or husbands wt IP guests of the Junior dashes of the Scutral School at a Junior-Senior Banquet held a; thr Fenlon School gymnasium Friday evening, April 26, ai 6:30 u'l-lock. The theme of the banquet was Evening In I'aris and the decorations were in keeping with the theme. Roger Dreyer of Fenton was master of ceremonies and introduced the following program. Paree, Ah Gay Paree! Sandra Marlow, Ah, Merci Beaucoup, Sharon Dorsey, vocal quartette, "April In Paris", Raymond Wilberg, David Looft, Ronald Johannesen and Roger Nielsen. Rendezvous Headlines, Betn Newel; vocal duet, Donna Blanchard and Shaion Gardner; Enchanted Evening, John Ramus; Sorry to Say "Air Revoir", Robert Crouch; A musical number, a vocal solo by Janet Behne, concluded the program. The Seneca seniors jn attendance included Sharon Dorsey, Mflrcin Hartshorn, Raymond Wilberg, Ronald Johannesen, David Loqft, Dwane Johannesen, Roger Nielsen, Virgil Gardner, Jerry Breese and Gail Kauffman. Seneca faculty members in attendance included Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen, Mr and Mrs Jay Lees, Mr and Mrs Rogert, Mr ana Mrs Harold Grunhovd, Supt. and Mrs K. M. Chase, and Mr and Mrs Kermit Christiansen. Waiters and waitresses from the Seneca school included Char- les Hantelman, Eugene Gardnei Janice Osborn. Lois Wilberg Margaret Nielsen and Marilyn Johamresen. 4-H Club News The Seneca Stars held thei: April meeting at the home 01 Carol Hanisch. The group planned a hayrids with the Seneca regressive Farmers 4-H club rncmoers a* guests on May 24. Mary and Jerry England were hosts to the Seneca Progi e.ssivt Farmers 4-H (Jlub at their home Tuesday evening, April 23. Tin. group made more definite plant- tor tneir sight seeing trip to Minneapolis in early June. They also maae plans for their 4-H Tour which will be held on June 10. Honor Roll Students Seneca high school students who made the honor roll for the fifth sixth-week include: Highest honors—Susan Breese and Nancy Fischer; Honors — Sandra Gable, Marilyn Johannesen, D a r 1 e n e Johnson, Janice Osborn and Lois Wilberg; Receiving honorablt mention were Carol Hanisch. Charles Hantelman, M a r c i e Hartshorn, Carol Johannesen. Larry Johannesen, Sandra Nolle, Raymond Wilberg and Ronald Johannesen. Receiving highest honors in Seneca Junior high school the fifth six-week was Sharon Sullivan. Kathleen Crowley and Sandra Ellefson received honorn and those Deceiving honorable mention were Myron Hurlburt, Marjorie Johnson, Larry Osborn and Susan Sullivan. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, Jack and David, also Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Gerritt DeWaard home near Titonka. Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis spent the Easter weekend at the Martin Wilberg home. Donald Baldwin and his fiancee of Minneapolis visited at the Cecil Baldwin home. BUILD with BUTLER buildings Modtrn storat. Good-looking Bvlltr buildings com' bin* w»ll with other mottrlali — cut building c«t». Own the BEST of steel buildings at no price premium I Particular corporations —large and •mall-select Butler building!. Why? Pie-engineering provide* the dexlgn-detaH, strength and permanence that mean morn value. Yet Butler buildings cost no more I : BUTLER Call or See Us Today I WILL CONSTRUCTION CO. Howard (Bud) West, .SalQ* .Representative 805 So. 15th Phone 4332 f * ** Fort Dodge, Iowa ATTENTION POULTRYMEN In spite of the reported increase in Chick Sales and Orders this spring, we are able to offer you a contract FOR NOT LESS THAN 50c per dozen the year around, We Have Averaged Over 60c Per Doz. Over The Past Two Years. FLOCKOWNERS REPORT OVER $3 PER HEN PROFIT PER YEAR If Interested, Call or Write Us IOWA BROILER EGGS BURT, IOWA PHONE 167 (9tf) Jerry Crouch, student at Iowa State College, spent the weekend with his parents, tne E. Crouchs, and Mr and Mrs R. Osborn and daughtei ot Inaiunoln. Iowa visited iAcr thr Ka.->iT \vt t Ki'iut at i:it> li.ut'ur; 1 Osb.iin and the Kussoii K.mnman nomcs. Doiothy iMttxiahl and LaVelie Kauimuin wno teach at Buffalo CiTiHT, spent the weekend at tin? lume ol their parents, the Olaf Oitedahls and the Kusscll Kautfmans, respectively. Mrs Martin Wuberg returned home Saturday irom f'orl Worth, lexus. where she attended tht? South Central District Convention of the Evangelical Lutheran cnurch and Women's Missionary Federation. The Rev. Harlan Blockhus, pastor of the local Lutheran cnurch, also attendeu the convention. Dick Looft arrived home Saturday night for a 13 day furlough with his parents, tne Henry Loofts. He has completed his basic training at Fort Chaffee, Ark., and will report on Friday, May 10, at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis. Mrs Sig Loge' entertained Tuesday evening, April 16, after school m honor of her son, Stephen's, 7th birthday. Guests included the boys of the first ana second grades of the Seneca School. St. John's Aid Observes 50th Anniversary Fentcn — St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society observed its 50th anniversary, Sunday afternoon, April 28. Services were at 2 o'clock with the Rev. W. H. Friedrich in charge. Miss Elsie Meyer presided at the organ. Following the services, a program and luncheon was held in the church basement. Mrs W. H, Friedrich, mistress of ceremonies, opened the program by leading the group in singing. The welcome was given by Mrs Victor Struecker, president of the Society. The history of the Society was read by Mrs Frank Seely. Singing as a quartet were Roger Dreyer, Roger Potratz, Gary Wolters and Gerald Langerman, accompanied by Loren Krause. Mrs Friedrich read a poem in tribute to the' Ladies Aid Society. Taking part in a skit were Mesdames, Walter Jentz, Frank Seely, Emil Bierstedt, Clarence Wegener, Harold Eimers, Ervin Borchardt, Ed Meyer and Everett Dreyer. Mrs Emil Bierstedt read a toast to the husbands of the society members. This portion of the program closed with a reading by the Rev. W. H. Friedrich. Following the luncheon, the group joined in singing 'God Be With You Till We Meet Again'. Those in attendance included the Aid members and their Immediate families. Also two 01 the three charter members, Mrs Minnie Dreyer and Mrs Emma Reimers. The third charter member, Mrs August Bierstedt, was unable to be in attendance. Honorary members, Mrs Henry Tieman, Mrs Anna Meyer, Mrs Lena Zumach. Mrs Elsie Dreyer, Mrs Kate Schroeder and Mrs Sophie Bleckwenn. The decorations were done in gold and white. The cake was baked and decorated by Mrs George Jentz and Mrs Lloyd Kern. Mrs Norman Finnestad was in charge of the food com mittee. Officers of St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid are Mrs Victor Stru- ecker, president; Mrs Harold Eimers, vice president; Mrs .Martin Ohm, secretary, and Mrs Donald Berkland, treasurer. TRIPLETS Mr and Mrs Henry Van Zand- schul of Orange City are the parents of triplets, two boys and a girl, born April 15. They weighed a little over 5 pounds each at birth. Men, according to observers, are more reluctant to give their ages than women. COOK'S RADIATOR REPAIR SERVICE ••••••••••I The First TO Cut RADIATOR & CORE COSTS TO THE CONSUMER ALL OF OUR RADIATORS AND RADIATOR CORES IN SWTi OF RISING COSTS GET OUR PRICES! i 8 I ifenfon Sentral Senior Class Banquet Held In Paris Fenlon — The Junior-Senior Banquet of the Sentral high school (Fenton-Lone Rock- Sfejn- eca) was held Friday evening In the Fenton High School gym. The setting for the Banquet was 'An Evening In Paris' with the dinner served by members of the local WSCS. Roger Dreyer was Em Cee for the evening. The welcome was given by Sandra Marlow and the response by Sharon Dorsey. Other numbers on the program, included the musical selections: a vocal duet by Donna Blanchard and Sharon Gardner accompanied by Madonna Marlow. Vocal quartette as four Frenchmen, Ray« m o n d Wilberg, David Looft, Ronald Johannesen and Roger Nielsen. Janet Behne aang a vocal solo accompanied by Mrs Roger Walker. Readings were given by Beth Newel and John Ramus. Closing remarks and farewell was given by Robert Crouch. Circle Meetings The Ellen Circle of the WSCS held their April meeting with MrS Charles Beaver with Mrs Roy Kline assisting hostess. Mrs Earl Crouch was in charge of the devotion and Mrs Fred Brown presented the lesson. Mrs Frank McFall conducted the prayer services. There were thirteen members. The Helen Circle of the WSCS held their April meeting with Mrs Dale Weisbrod with Mrs Hans Baago assisting hostess. Mrs Bes-> sie Hartman was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Arlo presented the lesson, taken from the new study book, "Missions USA." Music Dept. Program The music departments of the Sentral school system presented a program in the Fenton gym, Tuesday evening, April 30, at 8:00 p.m. This program consisted of selections by the contest chorus, massed chorus, contest band ancj massed band. The 60 ipiece band and 60 voice chorus will compete in the State Music Contest at Bode, May 4th. * Warren Jones is the instrumental music instructor and Mr Lutteris the vocal music instructor for the Sentral School District. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and family visited in the Harvey Henriksen home .Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Omer Edwards and Mr and Mrs Henry Froehling and family of Emmetsburg visited in the Kenneth Halverson and Henry Wilberg home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Phil Wander returned home last week Friday from their winters stay in Florida. They report that Florida has been blessed with a lot of rain this spring. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Edwards and family of Emmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family were Saturday evening visitors in the Merle Voigt home. Jess Halverson is a patient in the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. He underwent surgery Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Frank Franson and family of Lincoln, Nebr. were Sunday evening guests in the Henry Wilberg rjome, Mr and Mrs Howard Schulte and family were last Sunday dinner guests in the parental, H. W. Schulte home. Easter dinner and supper guests of Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles were Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and son Steven, Mr and Mrs Charles Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Willard Menz anij family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles, Eugene and Linda and Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz and family and Mi' and Mrs Ferold Wiener and family of Burt. Mr and Mrs Herbert Schlickel- man and family of Cylinder were Saturday evening dinner THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fentpn, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 83 WNGSTID 21001 31006 guests in the B. G. Berkeland home. The members of 81. John Lutheran Ladies Aid will be host to the Algona Zone Lutheran Woman's Missionary meeting to be held Wednesday, May 8tn at the local church. The Woman'* Missionary Federation met Thursday at St. John Lutheran church at Depew wit), hostesses Mrs Elmer Johnson and Mrs Walter Fischer. Mrs Melvin Cody presented a program on Higher Education. Mrs Dale Long, Mrs Selmer Nelson and Mrs Melvin Cody were elected delegates for the WMF All-in- One Convention to be held thia Sunday at Milford. The Fenion Forward 4-H club held its April meeting in tho home of Jackie Laabs with nine members answering roll call, 'A safety precaution.' The girls showed their blouse material Jackie Laabs and Roxy Voigt gave a demonstration. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy and Mrs Rita- Eigler spent Easter Sunday in Rochester with Sharon Eigler. Sharon lias spent the pas* several Sundays on tours with the Kahler School of'Nurs' ing Choir. They have been at LaCrosse, Wis., Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, Iowa.. The Paul Eiglers and Mrs Rita Eiglefr were supper guests in the Ewald Kohlwes home at Austin. Weekend guests in the B. G. Berkeland home were Mr and Mrs Frank Franson and family of Lincoln, Nebr.; Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and boys of Minneapolis, lola Berkeland and .Elmer Kelvig of Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and girls were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Ed Schlei home. Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the parental W. R. Wolfe home. Mrs Delond Bolte and children and Mrs Don. Steinberger and Jimmy were Friday afternoon guests in the Merle Voigt home in honor of Valaine's birthday. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family and William Voigt, Peggy and Lois. Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius were Sunday evening visitors in the Earl Cornelius and Alfred McNamar homes at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Jess O'Keefe of Burt were Sunday afternoon Visitors in the Sam Warner home. Mrs Martin Ohm, president of the Legion Auxiliary, announces that there will be District Con» ference held at Garner on Tuesday, May 7th. Raise $96.35 For Cancer At Fenton Fenlon — A total of $96.35 was raised in the Cancer Fund drive at Fenton. S. E. Straley, chairman for Fenton, wishes to thank these volunteers, for their assist-* ance and solicitation: Mrs Don Steinberger, Mrs Frank McFall, Mrs Duane Widdel, Mrs Jordan Knudson, Mrs Franklin Mueller. Mrs Marion Stucki, Mrs Clarence Yager and Mrs S. E. Straley. Coming Events Thursday, May 4 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. ; Wednesday, May 8 — Algon;i Zone Lutheran Woman's Missionary meeting 1 at Fenton. Thursday, May 9 — Bertha Circle; Gladys Circle; Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends ...for all your needs We're ready at all times to help every member cjf this community with loans for all needs, savings plans and M^U, bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And, important to local pro- y gressl This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future! It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business or household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open a convenient checking account, here I First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong. Iowa You need MILK... LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Ray Kramer and family of Minneapolis spent from Thursday till Sunday at thr; parental Herman Kramer residence. Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow of Burt were Easter dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Wm. Maflow. Mr and Mrs W. O. Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel enjoyed a smorgasbord supper Sunday eve' ning in Fairmont at Hands Park, •on the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs W. O. Dreyer, YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK Y QU'H IOOK BETTER, feel better, actually be better when you drink enough milk. Adequate intake of milk does four wonderful things for you-^maket you sleep better > . t ewe; nervous tension ... end* f atrium sfarvatiw ,, . and builds strength, not jutt Prink at least three glasses everyday. It's the health!* est habit you cao have. Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. 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