Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 17
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Fenton music date groups pops concert Pffnton — The Sentral School Wtli have a Pops Concert by the instrumental and vocal music departments March 22 at 7:30 p.m. Selections will be by the mixed chorus and the boys and girls glee clubs, under the direction of Mrs. Warren Jones, and the concert band and the stage band under the direction of Warren Jones. This will be the first formal public appearance of the stage band, and they will use the stage fronts recently purchased by the Band Mothers. The stage band has 20 members. . A new approach will be triet out at Sentral. Students are con ducting advance sale of tickets and those buying tickets in ad vance will be seated at smal tables on the gym floor. Those paving door admissions will be seated on the bleachers. The tiand ; Mothers will serve free coffee and cookies to all. MOTHERS TO SERVE 'rfthe Band Mothers of Sentral Community School made plans Wednesday night to serve re : freshments at the pops concert March 22. They also plan to serve lunch at the Fenton elevator's annual meeting March 47 and for the Junior-Senior banquet April 23. A committee was selected to make nominations for officers for the 1965& school year. The elections be held at the next meet Thursday afternoon, March II, in the home of Josephine Af end. Nine of the thirteen members were present: fella Lampe, Shirley Lovstad, Alleda Harms, Mamie fitch, Edith Jandl, fcffie Teeter, Elvira Chfistensen, Jessie Miller and Josephine Arend. Roll call: An Irish Joke. Program: each brought their baby Jicture, all trying to guess Who'a Who. Elvira Christensen Was in charge of fun time. Bingo was played, several winning prizes. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, April 8, in the home of Mrs. Tony Jandl. Roll call: Bulb or flower exchange. Josephine Arend Will be in charge of fun time. The Portland Progress Club has been postponed from March 18 to March 25, and will meet in the home of Mrs. Axel Carlson in Burt. "You don't have to stay awake nights to succeed. Just stay awake days." plrents, the Joe PHestets. Mrs. Maurice Thompson and sdh, Algona, spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Amanda Ruhn- Tom Schullers went to Mason City airport recently to meet their son Gerald, who spent five days Vacation at home. Gerald is employed for TVW.A. at Los Angeles, and was supposed to arrive Tuesday but was stranded a day and night and • gift. St. Michael's Rosary Society met Tuesday after a 6:30 dinner served by Circle 4. Cards fol^ lowed with Mrs. Wm. Bcsch, Mrs. Gerald Bormann winning prizes. Mrs, Joe Bcsch received plate prize for her birthday being nearest to St. Patrick's day. The Andy Elberts, Mrs. Rosa Schumacher and Otto Elbert were March 7 guests at Ralph Schumacher's for Debbie's 7th Whittemore Mrs. Marion Hyink Michael (Micky) Zimmerman ame recently on a furlough. He s to report April 7 at Fort Dix, ST. J., from where he will go o Germany. ing, April 12. Band Mothers recently purchased some new equipment for the stage band. a newly organized band group at Sentral. Receipts of $65.46 were Married at West Bend MR. AND MRS. Terrii L. Schafer were married Feb..28 at Peace Lutheran church in West Bend. The bride is the daughter of the Sam Moglers and the August Schafers are the parents of the groom. 'They are living at West Bend. .'-.;. •• . ' Advance - Glenn's Photo-Engraving reported for" serving refreshments at two basketball tournament games in February. TO MUSIC FESTIVAL 'Sentral school will send 70 students to Ringsted March 23 to participate in the State Line Vocal Music Festival. Only the iiye schools in the west half of ,thp State Line Conference will be represented, Swea City, Ringsted, Armstrong, Lincoln-Cen- itral and Sentral. The students /will practice most of the day and will give a concert in the evening. There will be numbers by the mixed chorus, boys glee club, and girls glee club. Director will be Robert Pfaltzgraf of Buena Vista College, Storm lake. Each school will also have a number by a small group. The group selected by Sentral is the Double Mixed Quartet. TEACHERS TO MEET dismiss 23, so the „ in _ school will dismiss meeting at Carrier. Meyer is the zone vice-president. The spring rally will be held May 2 at St. John's, Garner: Hosts were the Stanley Berklands and Bennie Berklands. ; A committee was named Thursday by the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, to purchase a new stove for the church kitchen. Rev. Clifford -Bliss led the. lesson. A contribution was given the Retarded Children's Assn. Mrs. lifford ; Bliss is a new member of the Aid; An activity commit tee was named to set a date for Family Night at the church Hostesses were Mrs. Bleckwehn 'and Mrs. Bleckwenn. in Chicago, because of snow storms. Ronald Kcctie, at school of art in Minneapolis, was a week end guest of his parents, the lay Kecnes. John Loebach, teacher at )anbury, was a weekend guest >f his parents, the Joe H. Loc- >achs. The Bobby Kollaschcs, Mason 3ity, were Sunday visitors with tiis grandparents, the P. W. Kol- laschcs. Mrs. Tom Kcttleson, West Bend, has been visiting her daughter, the Dean Elberts. The Melvin Laucks (Lavonne Wehrspann) have a girl born March 8, 7 Ibs. 10'/2 oz. They have two sons. Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach had the Pinochle club Monday. Mil dred Terncs was a guest am won high and Mrs. Joe Priester low. Mrs. Wilbur Roeber had the Settin Hens Monday with Mrs Charles Schultz, co-hostess, Mrs birthday. Portland Mr* Victor Fitch The Four Corner Social Club at .weather. Ten members answer was the birthday of Mrs; Zwiefel and Wilford. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gruis and family Sunday. They visited Mrs. Herman Gruis Sr. Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gov ern were Wednesday afternooi coffee guests in the Earl Zwiefe home. Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Huber were Sunday afternon visitors in the Earl Zwiefel home. The Levant Moore family were afternoon visitors in the Earl Zwiefel home a week ago Sunday. Leona Haase, Evelyn and Vir- Floyd ginia Moore were Sunday after- Gilbert | noon visitors in the Bernard Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase and Bernice were late Sunday afternoon visitors in the Levant Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister moved Saturday into the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman. Mr. and Mrs. Tieman moved to a farm by Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie .Gifford and family of Bancroft, were Wednesday evening visitors in the P. W. Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels' and Mr. and Mrs. The Gayle Meyers moved to he farm 3 miles north of town. The Ben Hansens left Tuesday to visit the Al Hoods, Chares City, and Clayton Chambers, Marble Rock. The Howard Jergens, West Bend, visited Tuesday at P. W. Kollasch's. The Good Will Truck made its last trip here Tuesday after 27 years of service, and 147 bags of clothing were picked up. Mrs. May Stainbrook has had charge. The mons, Marvin Overbos, Em- Minn, were March 7 guests of Mrs. Mary Stainbrook. March 7 guests at Frank Schumacher's were the Emil Schu- machers, Fenton, Edwin Schu- machers, Algona, and Harold Schumachers. The Melvin Ostwalds had as March 7 guests for Theo. Ost wald's birthday the Theo. Ost walds and Herman Brass, Fen ton, Chas. Ostwalds, Algona, Deb Ostwalds and Cyril Wagners. The Joe Priesters were March 7 guests at the Robert Walker's Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch help ed her daughter the Andrev Millers, move to their farm nea Clear Lake last week. Mrs. Clair Hildman, Wesley was a Tuesday visitor with he Deb Wichtendahl, Mrs. Melvin Roeber and Mrs. Gayle Meye won prizes. Mrs. Hulda Knight, Whitte more, left March 12 for Califor- ia and Washington to visit riends and relatives. She plans o be gone at least a month. March 7 Mrs; Walter Strueck- er had as guests for her husband's birthday the Bill Kitchen- masters, Steen, Minn., Eli Kit- chenmasters, Hills, Minn., Werner Strueckers, Algona, and Henry Laucks, Sr., West Bend. Thursday guests were the Arnold Heldts, Mallard, Werner Strueckers, Algona, and Erwin C.D.A. met Thursday following a pot luck dinner. Mrs. Ralpl Fandel received plate prize, anc Irs. Jim Dahlhauscr door prize n 500 Mrs. Ralph Fandel and Vlrs. Elliott Waldschmidt won >rizes. An error was made on th ospital list last week that Mrs Leroy Elbert entered Mercy hos pital, Ft. Dodge, for surgery >he entered as a medical pa lent. The Wm. Fandels had the 1 nochlc club Monday. Frank F ey, Mrs. Wm. Fandel, Fran Piekarski, Mrs. John Marte an ienry Mueller won prizes. Mrs. Olga Braatz had t! South Side club Monday. Mi Anna Behnke, Mrs. Georg Maahs, and Elda Baas won pr es. MARRIED 60 YEARS — Mr and Mrs J. J. Tjcbben of Pocahontas celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in their home Feb. 28th. Members of the family and several relatives were present for the celebration. Mr and Mrs Tjcbben were married at Pomeroy in 1905. THURSDAY, MARCH 11,196) ALOONA (!»*«) ADVANCI-4 _ - J ..^_.^__ ..-_.._._^:- ...:.,. .......~ --- . -----w^ -ft- "--^ ..--1-.^ ;.---. •-.: -•--^- - -- --'-:--*. ~ '-- •-'- ^ —' -^--^ ^g Join the fun this Sunday on the Sunday Swing Club EVERY SUNDAY ON KLCA FROM 3:05 — 4:30 P.M. Uncle Mike Spins The Platters With CONTESTS AND PRIZES TOP TUNES OF THE WEEK REQUESTS AND DEDICATIONS Swing Along On The Swing Club This Sunday KLGA 5000 Watts — ALGONA — 1600 Strueckers. The Melvin Von Banks, St. Joe, were March 7 visitors at George Streit's. Dick Elbert and his sister, Mrs. Marie Schultz of Mason City came for the Herman Lauck funeral Tuesday and visited the Andy Elberts. The George Streits went to Sioux City Tuesday for their daughter, Coletta, at Briar Cliff college. Henry Haag Jr. has returned home from active duty in th navy. The Robert Kains (Carol Schil mdeller) have a boy born Marc 10. "They' 1 now haVe'four boy KJ^SJMSMS^Vjv, J± Sf^^SSi it both Fenton and Lone Rock _ 10 minutes later. The workshop'Haase, Was originally scheduled for March 2. The theme of the meet. ing will be "Putting Audio-Visual Aids to Work". Speakers are Clifton Kessler, audio-visual 'director from the state depart- Janice Moore, Leona Agnes Stewart, Leita Phelps, Marian Spear, Marieta Zwiefel, Vera Fitch and Wyona dinner guests in the,Bernard Meister home in honor of Dennis Meister's birthday. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and ment, and Mrs. Forest City. June Goldman, Friendly Neighbors club met Thursday with Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Herschel Hartman assisting. The club voted $5 to Easter Seals. The lesson on nutrition and diet was given by Mrs, Rueben Luedtke and Mrs. Elmer Krause. Mrs. Emma Reimers was a guest. Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, viewed slides Tuesday taken by Susan Hantelman at her missionary hospital in Nigeria The slides were shown by Susan's father, William Hantelman, Devotions were led by Rev. Rex Spicer, with a group of 27 members and eight guests present. New members are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs. James Meyer reported on the board Illll, THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmt-rs and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 34 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 - FiNTON i!N§STf P PHONii: w 31906 «• $9404 liWieici'i .V«HM riitu aim ffjw»i. « * T j ' t ;„ iU 0 Harms. Mrs. Loren Hansen and | Judy attend^ a ^ party m^ the children were guests. Marieta Zwiefel and Agnes Stewart each received a birthday present from their Secret Sister. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, April 6, in the home of Mrs. Arthur Hix Thurs day afternoon. 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