The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 5
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Jane Struecker Of Fenton To Wed In July FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker of Fenton announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jane Ann, to Airman 3rd Class Vernon Wilberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg of Fenton. Miss Struecker was a graduate of Sentral high school and of DeLyle's Beauty Academy at Fairmont, Minn. She is now employed at the Floradora Beauty Salon in Minneapolis, Minn. Her fiance is in the Air Force and is stationed at Forbes Air Force Base at Topeka, Kans. A July wedding is being planned. LuVerne Grades Plan Program The LuVerne Elementary grades, Kindergarten through fourth, will present the following program, May 5th, 1:45 p. m., in the school auditorium : Rhythm band, Kindergarten; Puppet show, 3rd grade ; Choral reading, 4th grade ; and Rainbow Fantasy, 1st and 2nd grade. In the Rainbow Fantasy there will be Folk Dances such as the Chimes of Dunkirk, A Hunting We Will Go, Irish Jig, Butterfly Dance, and the Minuet. SHAMPOO RUGS FOR1*A FOOT! RENT SHAMPOOER FOR $1 STOEBER -HARDWARE THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ponton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors (tollable 24 Hour Ambulanco Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINOSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald U*h«r Mrs. Fred Kampen was surprised on her birthday Saturday night when 50 friends and neighbors came to her home. Traveling bingo was the entertainment. Lovely gifts and cards were brought by the visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams attended the wedding of her nephew, Larry Lau and Betty Meuska at the Corpus Christ! Catholic church at Ft. Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman, Marilyn and Norman attended a family gathering Sunday at the Albert Zenrui home at Dakota City. They helped the Albert Zemans observe their 51st wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waechter of West Bend are parents of a daughter, Ellen Marie, 7 Ibs., 13 ozs., born April 20 at the Emmetsburg hospital. They also have a son Mark. Both Mr. and Mrs. Waechter lived in this community and attended high school here. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle entertained at a 500 anniversary party Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson replaced the Donald Larsons. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth had high score for women and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus low. Roy Telford had high score for men and Martin Meyer low. Mrs. Neal Olson had travel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family were Tuesday night visitors at the Allan Wehrspann home to celebrate Wayne's fifteenth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Olianna Vinaas, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and James attended the wedding of Terry Lee and Laurie Lennon at Sacred Heart Catholic church at Ft. Dodge Saturday. They also attended the reception at the Knights of Columbus hall. Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Le- Mont, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofte- berg, Linda LeMont, Jeanne Evenson, David Welter and Craig Kinseth attended the Luther League Rally at Ft. Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Essie Cooper was a Friday supper guest at the Donald Coopers. They celebrated Randy Cooper's eighth birthday, which was April 23, and they also celebrated the second birthday of Bobby House, which was April 21. Earl Long celebrated a birthday April 25. Sunday dinner and supper guests at his home to help him celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bratland and family of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lange and family of Ayrshire. Mrs. Rex Dawson of Grand Papids, Ohio, is visiting a few days at the home of her niece, the Oscar Williams. Mr. and Mrs. John Vorrie and Everett of Thor, Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and sons of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer were Sunday visitors at the Donald Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Smeby and family of Mason City spent the weekend with Mrs. Olianna Vinaas. Miss Gudrun Meltvedt of Cylinder was also a Sunday dinner guest. Pastor and Mrs. H. H. Steege of Chicago visited at the Erllng Malmin home from Tuesday until Thursday. Other Wednesday supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Siefkins of Gilmore City. Mrs. Ronald Nielsen of Tama also spent the week with her parents, the Malmins. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson thurtdoy, April 2ft, 1966 Alflono (la.) Upper D«j MeffiM-S SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ponton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Ftnton, lows Dr. E. W. Ruske DiNTIST Qffi«» Phone 889-224S Roiidonco 889-2353 Ftnton, Iowa FENTON DRUG g.C.A. Dealer W Selfi * Service Phone 119*9719 LLOYD M, BERKLAND Licemed Real fftate Broker and Farm leant and Auction Service 2501 • eth Street *• immetfburg, Iowa were Sunday sapper guests at the Frank Benson home at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Naomi Strutters were Monday night visitors at the Hugh Ed* wards home at Humboldt. Kevin, Daryl and LeAnnSpeich of Algona stayed with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich Saturday while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich, attended the wedding of Mrs. Robert Speich's sister, Karen, at Pocahontas. Margaret Holt visited Sunday at the Paul Espinosa home at Mason City. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and James visited Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl at Mercy hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons were Sunday supper guests at the Jim Johnson home at Moorland. SON IS THREE Mr. and Mrs. William Lampright entertained at supper in honor of their son Craig's third birthday Friday night. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch, Mrs. Marie Lamprlght, Mr. and Mrs. Joe King and family, Algona, Mrs. Robert Lampright and Sandra and Mrs. Eugene Murphy, Emmetsburg. WED APRIL 16" The marriage of two well- known Algonans, Mrs. Elfreda Kilian and William Sengbusch, took place April 16 in Trinity Lutheran church at Mason City. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Loge, Mason City. A reception was held here at the hotel for 26 guests. At present they are' living in Mrs. Sengbusch's home on South Dodge Street, but later will move to Mr. Sengsbusch's house on West Nebraska street. - o- DEMONSTRAT10N Mothers who attended the Commission on Education April 16 saw the teaching demonstration by Mrs. L. L. Snyder of the Methodist church. Pupils who participated were LeeAnn Schenck, Kathleen Payne, Muriel Sigsbee, Rexanne Voyles, Debbie Munger, Michael Koob, Michael Burris, Roger Will and Darrel Steven, Jr. - o - NAME OFFICERS Officers elected last week by Methodist Men's club were pres., James St. John; vice president, Clifford Skogstrom; sec., Walter Boeckholt; treas., Kenneth Harris; publicity, Jens Sorensen; Boy Scout leader, Robert Snedden; Scoutmaster, Roy Burris, James Andreasen, assistant. Scout camp will be held at Okoboji June 19-25. - o - I ATTEND MEETING A Methodist W. S. C. S. meeting was held at Estherville last Wednesday. In attendance from here were Mrs. Don Nelson, Mrs. Roy Hutzell, Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Webb Fowler, Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. George Wolf and Mrs. Newton Coughenour. - o - PRESENT PLAY The Presbyterian Synod Mariners Cruise was held April 23-24 at the Collegiate United Presbyterian church at Ames. The Algona Mariners presented a play, "The Wall." - o DINNER GUESTS Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Hofius had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle, M rs. Ethel Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck and their house guest, Mrs. Walter Steiler, Albert Lea, Minn. NOTICE, RECORD OF HEARING AND CERTIFICATE TO AMEND CURRENT BUDGET Section 24.0, Code of Iowa, 1062 NOTICE - The Board of Education of Sentral Community School District of Kosauth & Palo Alto County, Iowa, will meet at Sentral High School, May 9 at 8:00 p. m., for the purpose of amending the current Sentral Community School Dist. budget adopted July 26, 1065, by Increasing expenditures for? the following reasons and in the following funds: Federal Elementary and Secondary Act Title I. General fund from $329,988 to $361,745. The increase in expenditures set out above will be met from increased receipts and cash balances not budgeted or considered In the current budget. There will be no increase in taxes to be paid in 1966. Taxpayers will be heard for or against tk« proposed amendment at the time and place specified in this notice. A detailed statement of additional receipts other than taxes, cash balances on hand at the close of the preceding fiscal year, and proposed disbursements, both past and anticipated, will be available at the hearing. /S/Lucille Seegebarth Secretary ALL-OUT Yl ELDERS! Pioneer's New Generation hybrids make the most of today's corn growing advances For 1966, Pioneer offers you a New Generation of hybrids—exceptional performers to fit your specific corn growing needs* These varieties are especially suited to top* level farming—where high fertility, high populations, weed and insect control, and top-level management open the way to new yield goals, You can meet these needs with Pioneer's tfeir Generation hybrids* Supplies of these top performers won't meet the demand. See your salesman soon for hybrids that can help you get all-out yields* PIONEER. t«f Q CORN Henry Sehrotdtr - lone Rock Walter Vaudt ~ WhiHemore R. I. Mawdfley - Algona Aaron Stewity - Algona Ted Hoover, Sr. - Algenq Jiajt Kollatch <* Bode iverttt Ackerien .- Wei ley AT CONFIRMATION Mrs. Max Bast and her sister- in-law, Alma Bast, spent Sunday at Emmetsburg with Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and attended the confirmation of the Varcoe's daughter, Jane, in St. Paul Lutheran church. Jane is a granddaughter of Mrs. Max Bast. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Herbert Haas is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. BRUNCH HOSTESS Mesdames Ed Adams, Don Hemmingsen, Maynard Miller, Warren Nelson, Paul Owens, Dave Smith and James Whittemore gave a brunch and dinner Monday forenoon a/id evening at the Country Club. ~ o KEVIN GARDNER, 11 The eleventh birthday of Kevin Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner, was observed Sunday. Guests were the grandmother, Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Jan Gardner and Mrs. Lorraine Johnson and family, Charles City. ATTENDS MEETING Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck spent Monday and Tuesday at Des Moines where the former attended a medical meeting. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and their daughter, widow of the late Stephen Kenefick, and the children. - o HOLD REUNION Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crawford were at Des Moines recently where a family reunion was held at the home of the mother, Mrs. A. C. Crawford, who will be 93 In October. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Pan! Crawford, Philadelphia, Pa., and sisters, Mrs. John Bernard find Mrs. Paul Larson, Des Moines. - o Mrs. John Hopkins is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. - o Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson had as dinner guests Sunday, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken, their son, Kenneth, Long Beach, Call/., and the Hanson's son, Dick Mittag and family, Jefferson. 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