Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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Seotral school has Jr-Sr prom Friday night F«nton — The upperclassmen of Sentral Community school held their Junior-Senior 'banquet Friday evening in the school gymnasium. The theme was "Old Mexico 11 and was carried out with orange, red, yellow, and green decorations. The gym was entered by the guests through an adobe hut. One end of the gym was decorated to simulate white brick covered with ivy, with three archways through which typical Mexican scenes showed. One mural depicted a volcano and the band sat near a water scene with a flower-decked boat containing Vicki Eimers and Ronnie Dacken in Mexican dress. Allan Luedtke, president of the junior class, was master of ceremonies and gave the welcome. Mark Berkland gave the senior response. Larry Geitzenauer read the senior class will, and Mark Berkland gave the prophecy. The main address was given by Mr. James Woltz. A boys quartet consisting of David Peter, Allen Luedtke, Rickey Shaw,' and David Mat- thieseh sang. The banquet was prepared by the Sentral Band Mothers and was served by members of the sophomore class who were dressed as matadors and Mexican ladies. The Stage Band of Humboldt high school, consisting of 16 members, provided music for the prom which followed the banquet. • OVERNIGHT CAMPOUT The Boy Scouts in Troop 90 of Fenton went on their first overnight campout from Saturday afternoon to Sunday afternoon at Ingham Lake. They were accompanied by Scoutmaster Donald Priebe, Assistant Scoutmaster Don Rowland, and Ronald Chrischilles, Arno'Juhl, and Glen Hantelman. The boys took a night hike, and even the rain, sleet, hail and snow they encountered did not discourage them. The eighteen boys participating were Nick, John, and Stanley Mueller, Bill and Junior Duncan, Dawson Juhl, Carl Priebe, Roger Hansen, Eugene Chrischilles, Dennis Mitchell, Ted Yager, Rickey and Charles Erwin, Gary Jentz, George Merrill, Kevin Brace, Charles Tippy, and Richard Dreyer. IN COMPETITION .. The Sentral Community school mixed chorus, boys' glee club, and concert band will compete Mf, and Mts. Carroll and family of Ifutnboldt wctc Sunday dinner pests,of Mr* and Mrs. Bill Bruhn. . Mfs, fid Pfiebe, Mrs. fcrtie'si Voettelef, Mts. Ida Dreyet, afro Mrs. Ai-16 Ranney visited Mf9< E< C. Weisbrod Thursday after* noon. . v Mr, and Mrs. Art Voigt and Mrs. Frank McFall attended the funeral of Mrs. Will Voigt at GraetUhgef Thursday. Robert Burkgren accomp&ftV led Doug Geitzenauer and Dennis Laabs to Cedar Falls Saturday where the boys had entries in the Industrial Arts Fair. Some of the members of St.- John's Waither League of ton. Attended the Spfing Rally of the Aigona Zone, held sun< day afternoon at Whittemore. ' Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn returned Wednesday from North Molly- wood, Calif., where they had been visiting Mrs. Miller's daughter, Mrs. Jim Krough, and her family. While they were in California, Krough was in an automobile accident and suffered serious injuries and brain damage. Ho is now in Los Angeles 'General hospital. The Krough's four children returned to Iowa with Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Bleckwenn, and Jason and David are now staying In Swea City with Mf. and Mrs. Fred Kfough, their paternal grandparents; Jimmy is staying with an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Rtchrd Bell; and Mary, who is 1 year old, is being cared for by Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary on Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jacque Otto and children of DeWitt. Tuesday Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Jolley and Judy visited with his mother, Mrs. W. W. Joltey in Ottumwa. Mrs. Paul Schwandt and children of Williams, visited ALOONA (fowi) ADVANCE- MONDAY, MAY 3, WS Monday and Tuesday Henry Wilberg home. in the Swea Eagle Mr*. Kenneth Bronel Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hoi- comb and children were Easter guests at the home of her parents, the William Schrams of Titonka. Other family members present, were the Herb Schrams of Clear Lake, and the Herman Schutters of Spencer. At the home of Mrs. Joe Preston on Easter were the Al* vifi Nelsons, Henry, 111., who came Friday and stayed until Tuesday, Mrs. Nina Traub, Arne and Ronnie Linde, Iowa City, Ellen Bergatt, Minneapolis, Mfi and Mrs. Duane Jensen and famly, John Kellys, Armstrong, Maynard Jensens, Roger Lin* des, Jim and Tom Prestons; Kenneth Andersons and Marvin Boevers, Estherville. Mrs. Joe Preston and Mrs. Nina Traub drove to Mallard last Monday to visit their brother, Dr. Keeney. Clyde Bronson married MR. AND MRS. Clyde Bronson were married April 11 at the First Baptist church in Hampton with the Rev. Sutherland officiating in the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Bronson is the former Shirley Dirks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tinus Dirks, of Hansel. The bride was attended by Carol Meda, Iowa Falls, and formerly from Hawaii, as maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Judy Dirks, sister of the bride. Dennis Christenseh and Karl Rose, Minneapolis, were ushers. Best man was Harlari Wittkopf and groomsman was Leland Brown. David Thompson, Hampton, was soloist, accompanied by -Mrs.. Harry Smith at the organ. A reception was held in the church parlors. Pat Williams, Iowa Falls, had the guest book; Sandy Bertel and JJOHS Krouse, Hampton, had charge of the gifts. Mrs. William Ball, Hampton, served punch, and Mrs. Earl Bronan poured. They are living in Aigona where he is associated with Bronson Bldg. in Class C competition of the Large Groups State Music Contest at Estherville on May 1. A Spring Music Concert was held at Sentral School Wednesday evening at which these groups played their concert selections and other numbers. Also appearing on the program was the junior high student chorus.' The U-Deal-Em Bridge Club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Lloyd Sunde. Guests were Mrs. Webber Yager and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Prizes, were won by Mrs. Lloyd Berklandj Mrs. Paul Eigler, and ; Mrs. Jessie Newel. Wednesday evening four ta- bles of 500 were in play at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde. Prizes were won by Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mrs. Robert Krause, Clarence Wegener, Larry Alt, and Frank Dreyer. The members of the 4-7 Club held a housewarming party Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Bernard, Tigges at the Tigges home. They recently moved to the farm northwest of'Fenton which was formerly operated by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren and family were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of his brother, Omar Burkgren, in Estherville. 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