Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
Page 19
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Map-Home Shaw" plans here -i. WITH JUST TWO .weeks remaining before the biennial Algona Home Show the weekend of April 23-25, the steering committee for the event has been meeting regularly to map'final plans. Shown during one of their more recent sessions in the. Chamber of Commerce office are members, left to right, Grady Phillips, Chalmer Read, Frank Saiter, Bill Steele, Ed Wolf, Howard Miller and Tom Rich. More details will be given on the event in the Advance in the near future. . Exclusive Advance Photo by Glenn Graham. services with Conihtuhleii at f -M ».hl. Good Friday services Will jegih at 9 a.m. The regular day morning worship service starts at io a.m. Confirmation will be held ,at St. Luke's Oft April 25 at the 10 a.m. morning worship service. Candidates ate Kathy Kerber and Sharon Niel* son. Rev. Clifford Bliss is the pastor. DATE CLASS PLAY Seniors of Sentral will give their class play, Pillow talk* April ii), at 8 p.m. in the schddi gym. The comedy in three acts will feature 10 boys and 12 girls Varied scene settings will be used. A divided stage features a female interior decorator's apartment and the apartment ot a male Would4>e song writer. The play is directed by Mrs. Jott Johnson. NEW STREET LIGHTS Fenton will have new mercury-vapor street lights in its two-block business section, according to a contract approved April 5, by the Fenton Town Council. The contract calls for the lights to be installed by the Iowa fower and Light Company, and the Fenton council will pay an additional $21.36 per month. No date has been set for work to begin. New teachers are announced for Sentral Ftntpn — Supt. D. G. Keoppel of Sentral school, Fenton, has announced three new teachers. A married couple, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jackson will teach.in the junior and senior" high school! Both have attended Iowa Wesleyan college* at Mount Pleasant, with Mrs. Jackson a graduate and Jackson graduating this spring. Mrs. Jackson will teach high school English at Sentral, and is now teaching at West Burlington. Jackson will teach junior high sciences. The third teacher is Mrs. Norma Lamb of Allison. She will teach the third grade in Fenton. She has taught for five years in Dumont. Two other replacements announced previously are Lewis Finch as high school principal and .John Thatcher as physical education director and coach. •WIN MUSIC RATING! - Thirty-five Serflral?® school entries were ir^munltj awarded Division One ratings Saturday in the State Solo and Ensemble Music Contest at Armstrong while 16 others received Division two. Vocal soloists winning firsts were David Peter, Gary Rath, Mary Lou Larsen, Carol Zumach, Rennae Voetteler, Na dine Weisbrod, Rita Luedtke and Dale Eldridge. Placing two were James Jones, Becky Han telman, and David Matthiesen Instrumental soloists winning firsts were Kathryn Bierstedt, James Jones, Mary Lou Larsen, James Wiener, Rodney Jensen, and Kathryn Ditsworth. Placing two were James. Jones, Gary Rath, Dale Eldridge, David Matthiesen, Elaine Schlei and Cheryl Krause. TO AID HOSPITAL Aid of St. John's 'Lutheran church, Fenton, voted Wednesday to supply hospital needs to he missionary hospital in Eket, Nigeria next year. Susan Han- :elman, daughter of the William Jantelmans, Fenton, is a nurse at the Eket hospital. A commit- ;ee was formed to organize a Sewing Day at the church, when Aid members will make binders, diapers, and other items for the lospital: The Aid gave $5 to the Lutheran Hour. The topic was by Rev. Rex Spicer. Hostesses were Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, and , Mrs. Nina Kracht. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. William Hantelman and Mrs. Walter Jentz. DATE SOUP SUPPER . Walther Leaguers of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, will hold a soup supper and bake sale on April .21. Serymg ;J will ^ > ; Fenton. The Scouts ask that contributions be set out on the front step by 1 p.m., as they will hot ring door bells. If your home was missed with a bag, put your contributions in boxes or sacks and have them ready for the pickup by a Boy Scout. The Fred Jentzes attended the confirmation of their grandson) Dennis Bcrkland, in Fort, Dodge Sunday. He is the son of the Donald Bcrklands, former Fenton residents. Other guests of the Berklands were Mrs. George Jenlz, the Mcrvin Jcntzes, Gerald Jcntzcs, James Jentzes, Harold Elmers, Lloyd Berklands, Reuben Berklands, Martin Berk- lands, Fenton, Ervin Berklands, Truman Thompsons, Robert Grclhins, Cylinder. Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and Joyce were Saturday guests ol Mrs. Gerald Hanna in Mason City. Mrs. Hanna is the former Judy Bcrkland. Mrs. Lloyd Berkland attended the Family Life Conference in Ames Thursday. The Stanley Berklands and James Meyers attended the Sports Show in Minneapolis Sunday. service and Communion at 7:3( p.m. Maundy Thursday. Good Friday services will begin at 7:30 p.m. this year. Sunrise Services on Easter morning will begin at 6 a.m., with the youth of the church taking part. A trumpet introduction, "Jesus Christ is Risen Today", will be played by Margret Bierstedt and Leslie Luedtke, and, the youth choir will sing. Regular worship services will be at 10 aim., with the Adult Choir presenting Easter music. METHODIST SERVICES The Fenton Methodist church will hold a special Thursday service this week, starting at 7:30 p.m. It will be a Tenebrae-Com- munion service . by candlelight (Tenebrae meaning shadow) during which the candles will be extinguished and then relight- ed. There will be special choir singing and scripture readings The Methodist Youth Fellowship will conduct a 6 a.m. Easter Sunrise Service for. M.Y.F. members and guests, with a breakfast fol lowing. The regular Sunday morning worship service will be gin at 9:30 a.m. Guests of Mrs. Fred Greinert Saturday for Randy's eighth birthday were Mrs. Mervin Jentz and children and Mrs. Stanley Mrs. Larry Ramus, Lone Rock, had the Birthday 500 club last Monday evening. Three tables of 500 were in play, and prizes went to Mrs. Bernard Kramer and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg, who was a guest. Three dollars was given to the Easter Seals Drive. Sunday guests of the Albert Mitchells were the Richard Underwoods and Robert Burkgrens. The Curtis Luras were guests last week in Washington, D. C., of the Farmers Grain Dealers of Des Moines. They flew to Washington on Monday, where Lura attended meetings Tuesday and Wednesday of the National Federation of Grain Cooperatives at the Mayflower hotel, and Mrs. Lura .spent her time sight-seeing. They returned Thursday. Fenlon couple married in Maryland Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geltzenauer of Fenton announce the marriage March 13 of their daughter, Judy, to Roger Baker, son of the Arthur Bakers, Lone Rock. The wedding was performed by Rev. Herbert M. Payne at the First Lutheran church, Ellicott City, Md. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dunn of Ing School. Mrs. Baker was employed as a switchboard operator by the Fenton Cooperative Telephone Co. before her marriage. They ALGONA (ia««) ADVANC1-* THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1ft* are living at 92 N. Main, f*6f«, Deposit, Md. DONATIONS MADE The Legion Auxiliary met 'hursday with Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman. Members will serve t the county Legion, meeting n Fenton April 21. The Independence Mental Health Insti- ute, and Mount Pleasant Men- f al Health Institute were given 12.50 each, and $3 to the Auxil- ary Supply Shelf in Des Moines. The Auxiliary is planning the. annual plant sale in May. f rbnr 5:30 > prn; ; in the church basement. Proceeds will go into the Walther League for two conventions this summer. There will be a district convention in May at Lake Okoboji and a National Convention in July at Squaw Valley, Calif., which some of the Fairville Leaguers hope to attend. ST. JOHN'S SERVICES St. John's Lutheran church of Fenton will hold an evening FAIRVILLE SERVICES St. Luke's .:Lutheran church Fairville, •':, willow hold Thursda; SISTER-IN-LAW DIES Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, rural Lone Rock, received word this week of the sudden death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. William A. Muir, Sacramento, Calif. Mrs. Wuir is survived by her husband and four small children. Muir is the son of the Alfred G. Muirs, Sacramento, who formerly lived West of Fenton. DEPEW SERVICES St. John's Lutheran church of Depew will have a Communion service Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Sunrise Services and breakfast will begin at 6:30 a.m. on Easter, with the Walther Leaguers in charge. The Easter wor ship service will begin at 10:30 Saturday Scouts under Scout master Donald Priebe will gath eiyi-the — Ivoa Berkland and Tania. The William Hantelmans pent the weekend in Minneapo- is. Friends of Mrs. Marvin Acker- on who surprised her Tuesday vith a birthday party were Mrs. Ronald Chrischilles and child•en, Mrs. Dale Douglas, Mrs. Marvin Luedtke and Judy, Mrs. Robert Krause, and Mrs. Ervin ,uedtke. Guests of Mrs. E. H. Dreyer Sunday were the Art Krauses, -,arry Alts, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, ;he Frank Dreyers, Ed Meyers, VIrs. Lena Luedtke, the Richard Hengels, Amboy, Minn., Mrs. Alvina Schuller, Ayrshire, and :he Duane Dreyers, Humboldt. SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you ! Exclusive new "Hard-core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongestant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard-core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from oain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. 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