The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1966 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1966
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i MAY 12,1966 i i i i 4-AJffWte, Ho.) Uppw D*» Morn** tfmrtdcy. May 12, 19*6 Longtime Teacher Will Be Honored, Open House FENTON - Miss Fioresee Yager, long-time Lcoe Rock public arxJ Sectral ComnKsaitr schools idflSerfartes teacher will be honored by the Seneca, Fenloc and Looe Rock communities at an open b«ise oo May 15. The c^ea house wfll be beld at tie Lone Rock school gym from 2 p. m. until 5 p. m. with tbe program starting at 2:30. Miss Yager PECIA Mernimim. T«floo-eo»t»d 9 PIE PAN WrTH FREE NYLON Pl£ KMFE plans to retire from teaching alter this term. Ererroae in tLe is arf ed to itt- e»J. Mrs. Elmsr Kraase atteoJed a McOser-Dsazfeter tea at tbe caspas of MaLkaio State College os Friday. Tie Kraase's daughter, Scarce, is a Jtmior at the college . After tbe tea, Sharon accompanied ber mother boffie for the vetiead. Mr. aai Mrs. Elmer Peter and son of Alpha, Minn., were S&aiaT raests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumacs. Carol ZarrArii, Isortter of the Art Zun^achs, recently began * position ulth tbe lova State Higtr way Comiaissica at Aces. Miss Zainach is a Sestrai high school graduate aoJ a tra±zate of tbe Commercial College at Recent after-scb>ol aad sapper ruests of Debra Bol linger were Cindy Dreyer aad Shelly Kramer. They were visiting in b-ODor of Optra's sixth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ksaaeth Bollinger, Mrs, Soptiia Wichteadahl and Mr. and Mrs. Norinan Bollinger were recent guests of Mr. aad Mrs. EtrsiB Wichteadahl of Loae Rock in honor of Mr.Wich- teadehl's birthday. Tbe Sentral hi^h school home ec girls will present a style show on Tuesday evening, May 17, at the Sentral gym. The public is invited to attend. Mr. aad Mrs. Roger Dreyer and family of Sioux City were weekend guesis of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. On Sunday Mr. and NEW and USED CULTIVATORS and : PLANTERS New Allis-Chaimers Equipment rf You Need It In A Hurry, See Us — We Have It In Stock. FENTON MOTOR CO. Bob Mitchell On Highway 44 Still Available! Some PRIDE single cross seed corn and several new varieties. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PETE SAXTON Your "Pride Seed Corn" Dealer IN FENTON PRODUCE BLDG. A Thank You! The FENTON Softball Teom wishes to express their gratitude and sincere thanks to the following merchants for their backing, donations and cooperation: , FENTON CAFE VOIGT INSURANCE BERNE'S RECREATION CHARLIE'S D-X PHILLIPS TANK WAGON Mtwit Veipt BAILEY'S STORE KRAUSE AUTO SALES CLARENCE YAGER Form S*rvle» D-X TANK WAGON DaU W*i*brod PRIDE SEED CORN P*tf Saxton FENTON DRUG CO. MASON SHOES Ron ChriKhiil** PRIEBE GROCERY FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS STANDARD TANK WAGON Jim Mty»r FENTON "66" SERVICE FENTON PRODUCE TULOMA ARTS WAY MFG. CO. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR F.lco N«d< JORGENSON LOCKER FENTON MOTOR CO. TONY'S BARBER SHOP MORTENSEN WATKINS and T-V SALES McFAU PLMG. » HEATING FENTON LUMBER CO. Mrs. Roser Dreyer and family, Mrs. Ida Dreyer aad Mr. aad Mrs. Ralph Walker aad Nancy of Whittemore were dinner aad afteraooo gaesU of Mr. and Mrs. Duaae Dreyer and boys of Ham- .boldt. On Thursday Mrs. Ida Dreyer west to Forest City where sbe met aad visited with Mr. aad Mrs. Ewald Kohl-res and Cheryl of Austin, Mian., aad with Mr. aad Mrs. Artie Kohlwes aad Bob of Beimond. Dr. azri Mrs. W. w. Jolley have Mrs. Clyde Miaaeas of Los Angeles, Calif., as a noose gaeSt for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Minaeas is a sister of Mrs. Jolley. On Sunday they went to tbe Good Samaritan Home ia Estberville where tbeir mother stays aad brought ber with them to be a goes* in tbe Jolley borne for several days also. Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl was a Mother's Day dinner guest of tbe Wilmar Wichteadahls of Looe Rock. Mr. aad Mrs. Tod Ficktcfcm and family of Freder- icksturg, la., were also Sunday guests of tbe Wicbteadahls. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. aad Mrs. Ernest Berkland were Mr. and Mrs. David Berkaldn and family, Mr. aad Berkland aad family, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland and family and Steven Be rid aad and Jackie Laabs. Mother's Day dinner guests of the Paul Voigts were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson aad family aad Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bobbins and family. Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Sophia Wichteadahl were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger aad Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls. Renee Hantelman was a Sunday guest of the Paul Hassels in honor or Lennie Hassel's confirmation. Brent Schmidt, son of the Jim Schmidts, was released late last week from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where he had been a patient for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family of Spencer we re weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki. Candidate James Vehling, son of Rev. and Mrs. Vehling of L Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek, has been assigned as a missionary to Japan with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heller of Marble Rock were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family of Jefferson, la. The Underwoods were also Sunday dinner guests of the Mitchells. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Underwood and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood of Cylinder. Judy Bollinger was an overnight guest at the home of tbe Gene Tietis. On Sunday Judy and her brother, Randy, spent the day with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger. Mrs. Anna Meyer is hospitalized at St. Ann hospital in Algoaa. Women's Groups, Fenton Churches, Met In Week The W. S. C. S. of the Fenton Methodist church met last week for its regular meeting with a 1:00 luncheon and pledge service. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod was in charge of the pledge service with Mrs. Clifford Douglas assisting. Rev. Eldridge held installation of officers. The ladies voted to have the program committee prepare for worship and fellowship services to be held by the group three times in the next year with patients at the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Dennis Henrickson, Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Mrs. Art Kabrick and Mrs. Russel Eldridge. Trophy Awarded Fenton Youth FENTON - Dennis Uthof was presented the trophy for the 1965 4-H "Outstanding Bee Producer" at the recent Kossuth County Beef Producers banquet He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof of Fenton and will graduate from Sentral high school Mankato Prof Graduation Speaker DR, TRUMAN WOOD FENTON - Baccalaureate for graduating Sentral high seniors will take place Sunday evening, May 22, with Rev. Albert C. Bullock to present tie sermon, "Climbing the Hill." The program begins at 8 p. m. in the Sentral auditorium, Supt. D. G. Keoppel states. Commencement will take place the following evening, Monday, May 23, at 8 p. m. in the same place with Dr. Truman Wood of Mankato State College delivering the Commencement address. His subject will be "The Inner Eye." Dr. Wood is associate professor of political science at Mankato State, with a B. S, from Mankato State and an M. A. and Ph. D. from the State University of Iowa. Pictures of the 48 Sentral graduates will appear in this paper next week. Walther League At Fairville Holds Election ' FENTON - The Walther League of St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville held election of officers at its meeting last week. Results were as follows: president, Owen Kerber; vice president, Cherlyn Kerber; secretary, Kathy Kerber; treasurer, Renee Hantelman; and Christian growth chairman, Delana Votteler. Sharon Sanders and Kathy Kerber were voted as the group's delegates to the district Walther League convention to be held on May 27-29. SHAMPOO RUGS FORK A FOOT! --BLUE LUSTRE RENT SHAMPOOER FOR $1 STOEBER -HARDWARE ISU Scholarship To John Luedtke FENTON - John Loedtke visited km Slate University at Ames on Friday aad Satnrdar to attead tbe Veisha. Day festivities. He also went to accept a general scholarship from tbe University »tucb be bad been notified erf earlier in tbe *eek. John is tbe soa of tbe Rueben Loedtkes of Fentoa. He will graduate from Seotral higb scbool on May 23 and is enrolled at ISU for tbe faH term in engineering. St. Luke's Aid Of Fairville Hosts Banquet FEXTOS - The St. Lake's Ladies Aid of Fairville met on Thursday Trim Rev. Bliss leading tbe devotions and a discussion on tbe second chapter of Amos. Final plans were made for tbe Mother-Daughter banquet vhich vas to be held on Tuesday evening. May 10. More plans were also made for tbe groups participation in tbe Mission Fair to be held in June at Garner and Whittemore. The group voted to obtain a large fan for tbe church basement with coupons they have collected. A letter was read from missionary nurse, Susan Hantelman, thanking tbe group for their recent gift. Mrs. Ernest Berkland was a guest of tbe group. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. David Berkland. Plan 3 Summer Bible School Classes, Fenton FENTON - St. John's Lutheran church will bold vacation Bible School from June 6-10. Anyone in the congregation interested in teaching is asked to contact the pastor or Mr. Edwin Uthof, chairman of tbe board of education. The Fenton Methodist church plans to hold its vacation church school from June 6-10 also, if enough teachers are available for those dates. St. Luke's Lutheran at Fairville will hold its vacation Bible THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL F»nten, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliabk 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINGSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenfon, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Offict Phon« 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Salt* 4 Service Phone 889-2713 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licenjed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loan* and Auction Service 2501 • 6th Street - Emmetjburg, Iowa Scbool from Tuesday, May 31 throofh Jane 4, and from Jane 6 through the 10th. Classes vffl be beld from 8:00 a. m. to 11:00 a. m. for these two ireeks. WOMEN'S GROUPS FENTON - Tbe Ladies Aid of SL John's Lutheran church met last veek vith Rev. Spicer leading devotions and a discussion Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Ernest Fischer, Mrs. Glenn Flint aad Mrs. John Fuhr. Make Lawn Care Easier, More Fun! RIDING MOWERS i Mrfi*h«l If Tf* Vpp* &** I PirW&Mflfl Ca., Akr***, ' i JOANftOUINOtft • New* Nflef NOTICE! The Town Of Fenton Will Collect Your Garbage Twice A Week Starting May 16. (from the alley only) - TOWN COUNCIL First a nd only Finest on tte market — meets safety standards. Ezee start engine • 4 speeds, plus reverse. Easy handling—finger-tip steering—tip-to* clutch and brake. 4 models—prices start at $289.00. 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