The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 20
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• MARCH 101966 • Club Honors Fenton Pair On Silver Anniversary • FENTON * Members o! the Fenton 47 dub honored Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Halverson Sunday evening for their 25th wedding anniversary, the group presented the Halversons with a lift of money, The evening was Spent playing 500, High prizes went to Mrs. Robert Krause and Eugene Huskamp, low went to Mrs, Larry Alt and Robt. Krause* Travel was won by Larry Alt. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantel- tnaa were Friday evening callers at the Norman Bellingers, . Mr, and Mrs. William Bruhn were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bruhn' s parents, the Leo Woods of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber left Saturday to travel to Texas to bring their son, Kenneth, home for a furlough from the armed services. Mr. and Mrs, Eulan Schueller, Julie and Jeff were Friday afternoon guests of the Norman Boll- ingers. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn entertained their card club group Sunday evening. Guests of the group were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson won high, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reimers won low and travel went to Mr. James Bierstedt. Mrs. Helen Widdel recently Spent several days visiting with her son, Duane, and his family at Spirit Lake. Several Fentonladies including Mrs. George Bollinger, Mrs. Allen Bollinger, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Gene Tietz, Mrs. Norman Bollinger, Mrs. Peter Koehck, Mrs. Bernard Kramer, Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Mrs. Jack Tieman, Mrs. William Bruhn and Mrs. Theo. Ostwald attended a bridal Shower recently for Miss Georgia Marlow at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. Miss Marlow is to be married to John Bollinger, son of the George Bollingers, on March 27 at Burt. MrVahd;Mrsi Curtis i Olson re- centty spent a week at the home di -"their daughter, the Robert Jacobsons! at Maynard, while the jacobsons attended a national meeting of school superin- tendents at Atlantic City, N, J< Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Osborn recently attended the Rural Electric Association convention at Las Vegas, Nev, Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Berkland, Martin and Karen were last week* end guests in the home of Rev, and Mrs. Gerhard Yorland and family in St. Paul, Minn. The names of Robert Krause, Gary Rath and Judy Kraft were unintentionally omitted from the list of students from sentral who received number 1 ratings at the district contest at Lake Mills recently. These students are also eligible for competition in the state contest to be held March 18 and 19, The Goodwill truck, which recently stopped at the Fenton Methodist church picked up only eight bags of goods. This was much less than is usually gathered. St. John's Lutheran of Fenton will show a film on Lent on Sunday evening, March 27. This will be followed by a fellowship" home-made ice cream social. The offerings of the evening will go to the local scholarship fund. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy were Sunday dinner guests of the Wilfred Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger were guests Thursday evening of the James Kressins of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sewart of Minneapolis were weekend guests of the Wilfred Stoebers. On Sunday the Stoebers and Sewarts traveled to Iowa City where they visited with Wayne Stoeber and Don Yager. A miscellaneous shower is planned for Marlys Thompson, bride-to-be of Kenneth Kerber, at Fairville Lutheran church on Sunday, March 13. Mrs. Ernest Votteler spent several days last week in the Holy Family hospital at Esther- vine. Members of the Fenton Metho- week* of March 13 to ac them with the financial program for the coming year. 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SIOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa ifenlcw itepwier i§mmmmmmmm mmmmm Former Penton Girl Will Wed |§ September CHERYL GROSS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross of Phoenix, Ariz., former Fenton residents, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cheryl Marie, to David Edmonds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Edmonds of Phoenix. Miss Gross is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase of Fenton and Mrs. Hilda Gross of Burt. She is a graduate of Carl Hayden high school and Lamson Business College, both of Phoenix, and is presently employed as secretary at Auditone Co., phoenix. Her fiance is a graduate of Carl Hayden high school and Phoenix Junior College. In the fall he will be attending Arizona State University in. Tempe and is employed at Air Research. A Sept. 10 wedding is planned. the Fenton Methodist church recently. The services were led by Lorene Reimers, assisted by Esther Frank, Mabel Mortensen and Frances Stoeber. The offering will go to migrant ministry work, Indian ministry, Christian colleges in Africa and Asia, and for Christian literature for -women and-' ; cfflildreh v overseas. - Wf^ffifa ' liiTfi*Prank Seelev .--•'. JuCt CU1U IVLAOe r 1CU1A QCCXGJ' and family of Spirit Lake were recent guests of the Fred Boettchers. Weekend guests of Martin WU- berg were his daughter, Lois and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were Sunday guests of the Clarence Underwoods. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Guard and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Guard at Ruthven. The Mrs. Guards are sisters of Mrs. Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall recently attended the Tall* Corn Music Festival held at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Steven Berkland, son of the E rnest Berk- lands, left Monday after spending several days with his parents during a quarter break from studies at Ames. Fenton W.S.C.S. Meeting Held FENTON - The W. S. C. S. of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Wendel Rusch in charge of the devotions, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs had the lesson. April 4 was set as the deadline to have items in for the Church World service drive. An emergency call was received for bedding for the drive, Some of the women are going to make pajamas for the children in Viet Nam. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs* Ralph Weisbrod, Mrs, Herschei Hartman and Mrs, Florence Saxton, mmmmmmmmmmmm Fenton Mother Daughter Event On March 22 FENTON * Tickets ate now available for the semi-annual Mother-Daughter banket to be served by the men of the Fenton Methodist church on Tuesday evening, March 22. Speaker for the evening will be Miss Annette Green of West Bend who spends her summer vacations working in a school in Mexico, 9ie will have with her three high school girls who spent this past summer working with her in Mexico. The Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship is holding a bake sale, March 12, starting at 1:00 p. m. at Stoebers annex. Fairville Ladies Aid Met FENTON - The St. Luke's Lutheran Ladies Aid of Fairville met Thursday with Rev. Bliss leading the opening devotions. He also led in the discussion of another lesson in the series on Amos. Final plans were made for serving the dinner for the pastoral conference to be held on March 7. It was voted by the group to wait until right before confirmation to clean the church rather than clean it before Easter. The group also voted to change their April meeting to Wednesday, April 6, as the regular meeting day falls on Maundy Thursday. Mrs. Joe Culbertson and Jody were guests of the group. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Delond Votteler and Mrs. Paul Voigt. Invited To Be Guest* At Burt FENTON - Interested members from St. John's Lutheran, Fenton, and St. Luke's Lutheran of Fairville are Invited to attend the "Vineyard Club" at SU John's Lutheran at Burt this Sunday, March 13, The purpose of this club is to encourage recruitment of gifted children to work as teachers, pastors, doctors, nurses and so forth. Fenton To Host Church Meet FENTON - The St. John's Lutheran Ladles Aid of Fenton met Wednesday afternoon with Pastor Spice r leading the opening devotions. The topic, "The American Lutheran Church" was also led by Pastor Splcer. Carol Meyer and June Spicer were voted as delegates to the Lutheran Home Finding Society meeting to be held In Ft. Dodge on March 14. Plans were made for the dim to be shown on March 27. Fenton will be host to the pastoral conference on April 11. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs. Harold Elmers and Mrs. Frank Dreyer. dinner Sunday, Feb. 26, at Es- thervllle honoring Mr. and Mrs. Eldoti Lee and family. The Lee family will be moving to the Cedar Rapids area where they will begin farming operations. Eldon Lee is a son of the Elmer Lees, former Seneca residents. Sunday, Mcirth 10, 1966 Atgona (la.) Upp«r ft* MdffftlM*S August Nelson, together with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Merle of Fenton, left Saturday morning for Arizona where they will visit the Fred Browns and Albin Nelsons. Mrs. August Nelson accompamedthem as far as Des Koines there she will risit at the home of her daughter, Mrs, Betty Moll, and at the homes of other grandchildren. (•••••••••it .m ™~n in rlr T _.-»,*- - •-» B^pj REASONABLE PRICES, good , service, and quality printing are trademarks of The Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co. In Algoni. SENECA iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii Gene Bollig entered Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge last week Tuesday as a medical patient. Visiting him this past week were his mother, Mrs. Clara Bollig of Bancroft, also Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard and Howard, and Mrs. Gene Bollig. Gene expects to have to spend all of this week at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Merle of Fenton attended a farewell EARLY ORDER DISCOUNT /•-.a ON ] AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS SPECIAL PRICE ON STA-THION 22c LB. SIMILAR SAVINGS ON ALDREX, ALDRIN, RAMROD AND OTHER AG STANDARD) CHEMICALS. Early order discount ends March 10, 1966 JIM MEYER Fenton — Phone 889-2964 Standard OH Tank Wagon Service THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmen and Funeral Director* Reliable 24 Hour Ambvlence Service Funeral May Be Referred To Uf With Confidence Phone. 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