Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
Page 9
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Shower for Judy Berkland atFenton Penton — Judy Berkland was honored at a miscellaneous bricU Hi shower Saturday evening, Jan. 16 at St. Lukes Lutheran church, Fairville. Mrs, Jack Gerhart was master of ceremonies and presented Mrs. Lyle Jensen with a reading entitled "Ain't Love Wonderful." Mrs. Ervin Solberg and Mrs. Clarence Berkland also gave readings. Mrs. Gerhart read the highlights of Judy's life followed by Mrs. Solberg who sang "The Light Is In The Parlor". Assisting Miss Berkland With her gifts were Joyce Berkland and Janean Flugurri. Betty Hanna registered the 100 guests. Miss Berkland and Gerald Hanna of Mason City will be married on Jan. 30 at St. Lukes, Fairville. ZWIEFELS HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel were honored at a reception and shower Saturday evening in the Fehlon Methodist church. Mrs. 5ale Weisbrod Was master of ceremonies. The program opened with Rev, Eldfidge leading n meditation. Janean Zwiefel read "What is A Wife" and aaryle Zwiefel read "What Is A Husband". Brehda Meti2 played two piano selections, warren Jones played a cornet solo accompanied by Mrs. Jones. Allen Hall gave a humorous speech and Nadine Weisbrod closed the program with a solo, "My Prayer For Today". Rose Anna Householder r e g i s t e r e d the guests and she and Anna Mae Menz carried the gifts. Janean Zwiefel registered the gifts. Lunch was served from a tea table and Mrs. Clarence Menz poured. Hostesses were mes dames Eugene Huskamp, Dale Weisbrod, Clarence Arbogast Elwin Schlei, W. R. Wolfe, Don Shaw, William Householder Clarence Menz, Delond Votteler Ralph Hammerstrom, Ed Reim ers, J. A. Mather, Ralph Nichols Marold Schlei, Hilbert Bierstedt Wilfred Stoeber, Willard Menz Dale Voigt, David Berkland and Derwood Voigt. CHURCH MEETS The annual meeting of the $600 - $800 $1000 Up To $5000 Prepare NOW for the coming months! • Repair Your Home • Consolidate Your Debts • Winter Needs • Buy A Better Car -• Pay Taxes • Any Purpose Payments extended in event of unemployment or sickness. Borrow from one of towa's Oldest Co. We understand your problems! Let us help you NOW—serving Iowa faithfully since 1909. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. Moore Phone:295-3507 ohgregation of St. John's Luth*| ran church, Depew, was held >n Monday, Jafl. 18. The officers jlected for the coming year were as follows: president, George Twait; vice, Ronald Berkand; sec., Gene Twait; tfeas., Arnold Naig; financial Sec., Melvin Cody; Deacons, Efnest Berkland and Albert Mitchell; trustees, Tillford Egland, and Chris Christiansen; Board of ed< ucatipn, James Cody, Melvin Berkland, and Mrs. Herman Norland; Sunday school superintendent, Melvin Egland; Auditor, Truman Thompson. All new officers are also members of the church council. Other members of the council whose terms have not expired are: Deacons, Amos Berkland, Charles Naig, and Clarence Berkland. Trustees William Wiener, Torger Naig and Charles Nelson, installation of the Church Council will be held at the 10:30 a.m. worship service on Sunday, Jati. 31. WOMAN'S CLUB The Fenton Town and Country Woman's Club met Monday evening, Jan. 18 at the home of Mrs. Jack Gerhart with Mrs. Derwood Voigt, co-hostess. Richard Butler, state conservation officer for Kossuth County presented a alk. He is planning classes in he county on hunting safety and said that further information would be available soon. Mem- >ers of the club urged all parents to support the gun safety program. Election of officers was held and Mrs. Herbert irause is the ,newly elected president. Mrs. John Waite, vice president, Mrs. Clayton Wolff, recording secretary, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Dale Voigt, treasurer and Mrs. Jack Gerhart, historian. BLAKJER MEETS The congregation of Blakjer Lutheran church, rural Fenton, held its annual meeting last Tuesday and elected officers The new officers are: Henry Looft, chairman; Ray Bergum vice chairman; Ted Jensen, secretary; Martin Wilberg, treasur er; A. B. Cherland, trustee; Mel vin Bratrud, deacon; Gaylord Ol son, named to the board of edu cation and Melvin Bratrud, Bible camp representative. SURPRISE PARTY A week ago Sunday St. John' Walther League of Fenton ha a surprise party for Mr. an Mrs. Bennie Berkland, their THUftSGAY, JAN. II, 19A5 ALGONA (lawi) ADVANCE—3 ryn Bierstedt, Mary Lou Larsen.hart Hahtelman and Mr. MtdMf. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland 64th anniversary Rita Luedtke, Mary Miefike, Gary Rath, Ervin Root, Richard Shaw, Candace Vaudt, Cheryl Weisbrod, Marlin Berkland, Susan Btanchard, Teresa Voigt and Delana Votteler. Straight B students are Dennis Gross, Shirley Ohnemus, Carol Zumach, Kathryn Ditsworth, Jim Wiener, Audrey Bcrgum, Hollec Krause, Diane Vaudt, Gene Hartman and Owen Kerbcr. Junior high straight A students arc David Marlow and Linda Ullcnsvang, B plus, Theresa Kennedy, Carl Prlebc, Steven Schlei, Jerome Bailey, Bruce Gerhart, Lynnette Johnson, Peggy Kauftman, Diane Luedtke, Linda Stinde, Mark Voigt and B students are Paula Wiener, James Brecsc and Melba Krause. Mrs. William Hantetffiaft family. The StahihefS remained overnight with the Bfuhhs. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jcntz and family and Mrs. Edna Muck ler were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. George Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were Saturday evening and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richards in Spencer. On Sunday the Stoebers, Richards and Mr. nd Mrs. Lyle Bassett were din er guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin {assulkc near Trimont. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer nd Brent, Sioux City, visited over the weekend with Mrs. E I. Dreyer. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Robert Huskamp for David's 5th birthday were Mr and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn were Rev. and Mrs. II. D. Stahmer, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Gcr- MR. AND MRS. Henry. Tieman, former Fenton residents, celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Jan. 20, at Wilfair Rest Haven in Burt where they have made their home for three years. Mrs. Tieman is 82 years old and Henry is 85. Open house was held at the rest home. Their sons and daughters are Mrs. Arthur Tietz, Lakota; Gladys Dreyer, Lone Rock; Jack and Les Tieman, Burt. counselors for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker will replace them and Mr. and Mrs. Srvin Borchardt . will continue as counselors for another year. About fifty leaguers and their guests, counselors and Rev. and flrs. Spicer enjoyed the bowling jarty at Algona Lanes and then •eturned to the church for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Berkland were each given a gift from the group. CAROL ZUMACH HONORED Carol Ann Zumach, 17, has been named Sentral Community Schools 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. She scored highest in a written homemaking examination taken by senior girls Dec. 1 and if now eligible for state and na tional honors. Miss Zumach is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Zumach, rural Lon- Rock. Honor roll at Sentral is announced Fenton — The Sentral high school honor roll for the first semester has been released Sentral principal Don Blanchard Straight A students are Dennis Dahl, David Frink, Janell Newbrough artd Mary Ellen Ditsworth. B plus students are Marilyn Alt,' Mark Berkland, Judy Hammerstrom, Becky Hantelman, Jim Hartman, Lynn Menke, Elaine Schlei, Tim Struecker, Nancy Walker, Bonnie Wehr- span,' Nadine Weisbrod, Janelle Bailey, Janet Hammerstrom, Judy Kraft, John Luedtke, Kath- nd family. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck! ind Dennis were Sunday eve* ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt Saturday evening were Vir. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Vtr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer and Brent and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer. Guests of Mrs. Marlin Wegener Thursday afternoon, Jan. 14 for David's 7th birthday were Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Charles Feye and family. Danny Feye was Davids guest overnight. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! HOME HEATING / . —N )RUSCO( ^. __J All-Steel, Self-Storing COMBINATION SCREEN AND STORM DOOR A screen door nml slorm door all in one. Jusl raise glass for vcnlilalion—like a window! • Call for Free Demonstration • ROBINSON CONST. CO. Highway 18 East ALGONA, IOWA . . ••-.' ..'by ..Prof. Purniz Q ilow can you be 'sure of heating nil that'* quality controlled from wrll to refinery to.vqu'' . . "• A Pick up your phone and call the; number listed below. Mobil makes 21 checks "to maintain consistent quality from tho well to'thf>'refinery to the tanker to the 'dealer to you. 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