The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
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• APRIL 21,1966 i L * timmmmmmmmmmm* A^ j. • /%l-% W +mmmmmm irtni&n M&vwvttv j^ A ^mmmmmt mmmmmmmmmmi* na Co, Alow*, JOAN SOLUNdtR 4-Algona (la.) Upper DM Motne* Thwrtdey, April 21, 1966 Band Mothers At Sentral Elect 4 Board Members FENTON - The Sentral Music Mothers met last week and held an election for new board members for the 1966-67 school year. The results were as follows: Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Lyle Newel and Mrs. David Berkland. Directories containing the Zip Codes of the entire United States including Alaska and Hawaii were received by the group. They are to be sold by members of the Junior high and grade school bands with the student selling the most directories receiving a $2 prize. Final plans were made for serving the junior-senior ban- o^iet. The group voted to give pins to all graduating senior musicians and to add their names on plates to the award plaques in the display cases at the school. They also decided to give Individual vocal and Instrumental awards to all students who received one ratings in music contests. If a student received more than one number I rating he will receive that many awards. Since the group voted to give the awards to vocal students also it was voted to have one money raising project during the year to pay for these awards and to have mothers of the vocal students help with the project. Mr. Jones, band director, reminded the mothers of the following music dates. The large group contests will be held at Pocahontas on April 22 and 23. Times for the various groups are as follows: Boys Glee Club at 8:00 p. m. on Friday; Girls Glee Club at 9:45 a. m. on Saturday; Mixed Chorus at 11:00 a. m. on Saturday; and the Band at 1:30 p. m. on Saturday. The spring concert will be held May 5 at Sentral. 58 New Members For Lutheran League, Fenton FENTON - The Lutheran Layman's League of St. John's Fenton, met Tuesday evening with William Hantelman in charge of the program. He discussed the topic, "Profanity." The LLL membership drive MR. FARMER: WE CAN HELP! Don't let opportun ity slip through your fingers. Let us help give you the financial assist you need, for any worthwhile purpose. Pull loan services "from the ground up" . . . low interest rates! ARMSTRONG OFFICi AvFf NTON teams reported 58 new members. The group was reminded that the LLL Rally and banquet will be held at LuVerne on May 1, starting at 6:30. Tickets are to be in by April 21. the group voted to pay the expenses for the confirmation class trip to Concordla at St. Paul this coming weekend. A lunch of home-made ice cream was served by the losing team in the recent membership drive. Lineup Of New Faculty Folks For Sentral FENTON - Kenley Zwiefel, presently teaching music at Graettinger, has been hired by the Sentral schools to teach junior high and senior high vocal music next year. Mr. Zwiefel will replace Mrs. Warren Jones who resigned recently. Zwiefel was a 1958 graduate of the Sentral schools. Lewis Finch, Sentral principal, has been hired to coach football next season with James Jackson as his assistant. Mrs. Floyd Hutzell, Algona, has been hired to teach art on a part-time basis (3 days a week) in both the elementary and high school grades. Clayton Wolfe, former Sentral teacher, has been rehired to teach high school sciences next year. Mr. Wolfe has been furthering his studies at the University of North Dakota this year. This still leaves the following three vacancies in the Sentral teaching system: (1) junior and senior English, (2) economics, general business, office practice and shorthand, (3) second grade at Fenton. David Hanizinger, son of the Arnold Hainzingers, is enjoying a thirty-day leave with his parents before returning to duty at .., A ..Camj>_ Pendleton, Calif. Dayid_ , just' returned recently from active duty as a sniper in Viet Nam. George 0. Jorgenson submitted to surgery at St. Mary's hospital at Rochester on Wednesday. His room number there is 7-234. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Jorgenson, Mrs. George 0. Jorgenson and children visited Mr. Jorgenson on Sunday. The Modernettes met Thursday evening at the home of Jeanette Dreyer. Prizes went to Florence Lynch, Anita Thiesen and Wilma Bierle. Guests of the group were Lorrainne Feye and Joan Bollinger. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Priebe have returned to Fenton from their wint6r home in Florida.. Plans are being made for the 8th grade girls from St. Luke's at Fairville to have a career day visit at Concordia' of St. Paul some time soon. Rev. Bliss attended the regional conference held at Newell on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. A speaker has been engaged for the Mother-Daughter banquet to be heldatSt. Luke's, Fairville, and May 10 has been set for the date. The Seward Concordla College band of Seward, Nebr., will present a concert at 8:00 p. m. on April 23 at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore. The concert will be held In the school gym. A free will offering will be taken. Area churches are invited to attend. Kristlne Bellinger, daughter of the Norman Bellingers, was a recent overnight guest of her grandparents, the Kenneth Bell- ingers. Sunday guests of the Enrln Ruhnkes of Burt were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. William DeWall and Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fremling and Mitch of Washington, D. C. have been vacationing at the home of the Amos Berklands of Cylinder. The Berklands are Mrs. F re ruling's parents. Friday evening visitors of the Berk- lands and Fremlings were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Karen. Mrs. Herman Luedtke is in room 212 and Mrs. Henry Uthof in room 204 at Holy Family hospital In Esthenrille. Good-Will bags were distributed by the Boy Scouts to all homes in Fenton on Saturday. The Scouts ask that you have them filled and on your porch ready for pick-up on Saturday, April 23. Eighth grade students from St. John's, Fenton, plan a trip to Concordia at St. Paul this weekend. Several men from St. Luke's at Fairville cleaned up the church grounds on Monday. The ladies of the congregation will clean the church next Monday. Recent overnight guests of the Roger Frinkswere Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Frink and Dirk. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck!, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck!, Julie and Jeff of Spencer, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod were in Sioux City Sunday where they attended the initiation service of their daughter Into the National Society of Alpha Lambda Delta. To become a member of . this, a freshman woman must maintain a 3.5 grade average the* first or second semester of the school year. Last Wednesday, April 13, there were six ladies of the Fenton Methodist W. S. C. S. who attended a Spencer District meeting of the W. S. C. S. at Estherville. At the close of the meeting the new district officers were installed one of whom was the local pastors wife, Mrs. Russell Eldridge Jr. rrf THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINGSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 Shot Hits Sentral Youth RonJtld Brakke, 18-year-old Sentrel High School senior, was admit* ted Wednesday to Holy Family Hospital after being struck on the head by a I2*pound shot, during track and field practice at Sentral school. Brakke, a bystander, was struck when a teammate was putting, the shot during practice in the weight event. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brakke of rural Armstrong. According tothe doctor, Brakke Is In good condition but remains in the hospital for observation, Scout Aid Day At Fenton On April 23 The final phase of the annual Prairie Gold Council Boy Scout "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" will take place this Saturday, April 23, when the Boy Scouts, with Arnold Hanson in charge, will gather the "Good Turn Day" bags from the homes in Fenton where the Scouts left them last Saturday. These bags of materials will then be stored for delivery to the Goodwill Industries, where the handicapped workers will process them for resale to earn their own wages. The Scouts request that contributions be set out on the front step by 8:30 a. m. as they will not ring door bells. In the event that your home was missed last Saturday with a bag, please put your discarded clothing and other contributions in boxes or sacks and have them ready for the pickup by a Boy Scout. The Boy Scouts also advise that items such as usable or repairable clothing for men, women and children are much in demand. Also such article* as bedding, shoes, and household articles, along with toys and electrical appliances. The Scouts urge, however, that you do not include newspapers, magazines, or furniture in thli drive. SENECA Seneca Modern Mixers club met at the home of Mrs. Richard Bauer on Tuesday afternoon. The hostess had charge of the entertainment after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Robert Hurt will be the May hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre visited last Thursday at the home of the tetter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Oeltjenbruns of EATERS ATTENTION 1 Italian Spaghetti and Meat Balls Salad Bowl-Variety of Homemade Buns and Drink All you can eat $1.00 Saturday night 5 p. m. - 7 p. m. FENTON CAFE-FENTON, IOWA (31*) Mountaln Lake, Minn. Mrs. Amey Cherland and Mrs. Odey Cherland will be hostesses to the ALCW at the church pal-loft on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Johannesen will have charge of the Bible Study with devotions presented by Mrs. Henrietta Thompson. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives, friends and neighbors for all the cards they sent me while at the hospital and now since I'm home, also a special thanks to Rev, Spicer for his inspiring words and visits. Mrs. John Geltzenauer. (31*) FOR SALE - Story and a halt 3-bedroom Home. PETER KOENCK, Phone 889-2358, Fenton, la, (31-33-35*) SHAMPOO RUOS RENT SHAMPOOER FOR $1 STOEBER -HARDWARE HIS PAINTING PROBLEM' ** VOW MMON 5HOI P*AU* flOUte 1- 389-2746 Fwton, lovtt —— •RINGS MASON SHOES TO YOUR HOME OR OFFICE "Mason A/r-Cush/oned Sup«r Comfort" Right in your own home or where you work — you can choose from over 230 different styles of famous Mason Super-Comfort Air- Cushion dress, sport, work shoes. It's the convenient, economical way to buy solid comfort for the entire family. 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