Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 21
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 6, 1965
Page 21
Start Free Trial

Fenton youth back from trip to Washington Fentdn — James Voigt, son of the Gerald Voigts, Fetiton, re« turned Mondfiy ffdm jthe dAft National Confefence in Wash' ingtott, D. C. He received the trip as state registrar for Iowa's Children of the American Revolution. There were 36 delegates in the group James traveled with, mostly from Iowa but a few from Nebraska, Wisconsin and Michigan. Others from this area were John Patterson and Mrs. Don Patterson, senior state president, Burt. This trip was James' third to the nation's capitol, but he was impressed in P h i 1 a d e 1 p h ia, where they visited Independence Hall, saw where the first Congress met, and viewed the Liberty Bell. In Washington, they visited the National Archives, the ti- tatty. 6f Cofigfess, the Capitol, the Representatives* Office Building, the new8*m Raybufn Senate Office Building, and the Jeffersdnv Lincoln, and Wash' ingtdfl monuments. A disappointment was that the scheduled White House Tea where they were to meet President /Johnson was canceled be< cause, 6f Freedom Marchers picketing the area. gr6dp traveled by car, eight days. On their return they were delayed by the Mississippi River floods, and had to make a detour because of closed bridges. TO BOYS STATE John Luedtke, son of the Reuben Luedtkes, Fenton, has been 1 chosen to represent Ranney-Weisbrod Post of the Legion at Hawkfeye Boy's State June 912 at Camp Dodge. John, 17, is a junior at Sentral where he was an all-conference guard on the football team last year. He is also a member of the high school concert and pep bands and plays baritone in small music, groups. He is a member of St. John's ] Lutheran church Fenton. Linn Laage, 17, son of the W. E; Laages, Fenton, is the 5-3234 ..V^i.V - ;,* v,_, . -,->•-;-...-- .,,, . • •: • FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT & Heating ; ; • Fist Servict •Competitive Rattt • Dependable ; FUNK Plumbing & Heating \ \ South Dodge Algona eeeeeeeeeeee. alternate delegate. Me Is also a junior at Sentral, and is a member of the football and track teams. He belongs to St. Thomas Episcopal church, Algona. Both are junior members of the National Rifleman's Assn. SHOWER IS GIVEN Mrs. Rex Spicer was given a )ink-and-blue shower Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ed tfeyer and Mrs. Lena Luedtke. Sach guest supplied Mrs. Spicer vith favorite names for baby )oys and girls. Guests were Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mrs. Jim Meyer, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs.' :da Dreyer, Mrs. Herman Maahs, VIrs. Fred Jentz, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Vic Struecker, Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs. William Hahtelman, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Stanley Berkland, Mrs. John Struecker, Mrs. Donald Priebe, and Miss Kathie Devan, Mrs. Spicer's sister from New York. Birthday wishes were given to Mrs. Spicer as it was also her birthday. WIN MUSIC FIRSTS Music students of Sentral Community School, Fenton, Won three one ratings Saturday in class C competition in large groups state music, contest at Estherville. The entries were the concert band, boys' glee club, and mixed chorus. This was'the second consecutive year the band and boys' group received firsts and the first time for the mixed chorus. These were the only entries from Sentral. After the results were announced, the Sentral students passed a hat and presented the band and vocal directors, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones; with a purse so they and their family could celebrate the awards'with a dinner."on the students". '••••••••eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee llllillllllllinil!lll!lllliniH!«il!lllllinill!l!illlllllllllllll!Ilill!l illlllllllilllllllillillllllllllllllllliUIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllI ilium- YOU MUST SEE THIS AND "TEST-HEAR" IT AT ZENITH SOLITAIRE IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID with amazing Micro-Lithic Circuit Developed for your personal comfort frpnvspace age.knowledge,.^ the customized case of the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your ear and contains the finest features for full or part-time hearing help. Small and light in weight, yet amazing in performance. No cords, tubing or separate earmold, yet Micro-Lithic circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers using conventional components. You owe it to yourself to "test-hear" the Zenith Solitaire. Rusk Drug & Jewelry Tea is given senior girls by Fenton club Fenton — The 17 girls in the Senior class at Sentral were guests Tuesday of the towh and Country Women's club of Fenton at a tea in the Algona Motel. The program was presented by Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Derwood Voigt, and featured a ladies' barbershop quartet which sang two numbers. Members were Mrs. Warren Jones, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Russell Eldridge, and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel. They were accompanied by Mrs. Arnold Hansejl. A game of password followed the program. Mrs. Jones poured coffee at the tea, and the vice- president, Mrs. Herbert Krau.se, served the punch. The' girls were presented with red rosebud corsages, their class flower They were Marilyn Alt, Jpyce Berkland, Marg'ret Bierstedt Bonnie Crouch, Judy Hammer strom, Inez Hannover,'" Becky Hantelman, Linda Lpckwpod Lynn Menke, Shirley Qhnemus Elaine Schlei, Andrea Stefanski Roxanne Voigt, Nancy Walker Bonnie Wehrspan, Nadine Weis brod, and Carol Zumach. Guest of the club were Mrs. Ray, Zwie fel and Kathie Devan. day evening with Mrs. 'Richard Stucki and Julie. The Donald Priebes visited the Kendall Meyers in Ayrshire Friday. The Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's in Fenton have been invited to an evening of education at the Burt church v«u if \,ci i.iv/L-1 Cl I* lil Iv* JJl.ll U \*11 111 ^11 t J^_i* _j Thursday. Bill Hantelman, Fen-, buildlt1 ^- 800 women. The Rev. Russell Eldridges attended the opening Monday of the area headquarters building in Des Moines. The morning Service and luncheon were at Veteran's Auditorium followed by a pilgrimage through the streets to the new Methodist ton, will give a slide presenta- ion with newly received slides n mission Work in Africa. The Burt men have challenged the 'enton men to a dart ball game ollowed by refreshments. Last Sunday afternoon and evening, David Eldridge, Nadine Weisbrod and Elaine Schei represented the Fenton Methodist church at a M.Y.F. District Encounter in Spencer, t was a supper meeting, and he junior and senior M.Y.F. members present saw a movie on mental problems and youth. The Sub-District Council, meet- ng of the M.Y.F. was held at the Fenton church this Sunday • Algona, Iowa "THE ZENITH MAN IS IN OUR STORE THIS WEEK .iillplil!!lillllll LOAN TO '5,000 To buy a new or used car -Spring needs To consolidate debts - Any purpose - Payment plans to suit your income. PHONE — WRITE — STpP IN TODAY CHURCH GROUP MEETS Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday at the Parish Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Richard Naig and Mrs. Arnold Naig. The opening, scripture reading, and prayer were by Mrs. Robert Burkgren. Mrs. Gertie Berkland led the Singspiration. The Cause was by Mrs. Larry Egland. Special music was furnished by the West Circle of the church. The offering meditation was led by Mrs. Theodore Nelson. AT COUNTY HOME ' Wednesday afternoon, nine members of the Town and Co'un- try Women's club took"'a-'short program and a lunch to the Kossuth County Home at Algona. One of the 12 clubs in the Kossuth County Federated Women's Clubs visits the home each month. The women led the residents in group singing and a Bingo game. A program: was prepared by Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Ted Jensen. May baskets were distributed. AT ZONE RALLY Fifteen from the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, attended the Algona Zone Spring Rally at Lotts Creek Friday. The day began with a coffee hour and registra- ton. Mrs. Albert Warnke, of Des Plaines, 111., spoke and showed films of the Holy Land. The Fred Eckharts, Gary, Ind. spent part of last week visiting her parents, the Roelf Millers, Fenton. The Ray Stoebers returned AU60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE-- 7 f HURSOAY, MAY I, 196* April 25 after two months visiting in Mesa and Phoenix, Ariz., Las Vegas, Nev., and in Calif of- M. EimerS returned Springs, Ark., last nia. The W. from Hot Tuesday after a month there visiting. They stopped at Sioux City to visit their daughter, the Darrell Stusses. Women from Fenton at the Emmctsburg conference con- vention at Britt - Friday were Mrs. William DeWall, Mfs. ttote ert Huskarnp, Mrs. Eftfesl fiefk< land, Mrs. Melvin fierkland, and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. ' JOINT BIRTHDAYS — A Clarence, Iowa family h&ve ofte big birthday celebration on March 28th each year. Three generations are represented with the same birthday—Mrs. Mary Ibsen, her grandson, Dean Clancy and her great-grandson, Brian Claney. There were 22 at- the ten area afternoon, tending from churches. Wednesday five WSCS members from, the Fenton Methodist church attended a conference meeting at Webster City for the north half of Iowa. They heard Edith Parks, a missionary from Rhodesia, speak of the school where she teaches .at Mrewa* Southern Rhodesia. Bishop James S. Thomas also spoke to the vour choice ol ELEC1C HEAI 1. Celling cable—hidden in the plaster of your ceiling, radiant heating cable radiates even warmth throughout the room, just like the sun. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCI CORP, 112 N. Moor. Phen.e 295 3507 TO CONFIRM ELEVEN Confirmation will be May 9 at the Fenton Methodist church, with a class of 11 taking membership. The class of eight boys and three girls consists of Bill Duncan, Bruce Gerhart, Roger Hansen, Greg Jones, Anna Mae Menz, Gloria Nock, Steven Schlei, Allan Hall, John Shaw, Mark Voigt and Terry Voigt, The Lloyd Sundes attended a wedding reception Sunday afternoon in Estherville for his niece, Coleen Mitchell, who mar ried Perry Smith. Both are attending ManHato state, CAR WASH SATURDAY Walther League of St John's Lutheran church, Fenton,'will hold a car wash at Charlie's DX Saturday morning and "• afternoon. Proceeds are to be used to send members of the League to conventions this summer. Guests at the Roy Chrischilles home Friday evening honoring Mrs. Chrischilles on her birthday were the Ronald Chrischil- leses, Roger Ulseses, Rex Wolfes, Marold Schleis, Willard Menzes, Clarence Menzes, Orville Wieners, Carol Wiener anti Jim Dragdmier, Fairmont, and the Jerry Wieners, Burt. 5 tables of 500 were played, and prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Mrs. Of ville Wiener. , The' Paul Eiglers and Otto Jensen were guests Sunday of the Herman Sanders at Decor ah. Recent visitors at Paul El gler's were the Harry Ritcharts, Mallard. The 4-7 club met Tuesday with Mrs. Larry Alt. Guests were Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania. Sunday guests of the Norman Jollingers were the Arnold Han ;elmans. Guests Saturday of the Norman Bellingers for Debbie's fifth birthday were the Ken? neth Bellingers, Mrs. Wayne Bellinger family, and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael. The Ole Pedersons had a family dinner at their home Sunday for the Emil Bleckwenns, Merle Lockwoods, Mrs. Dale Long, Wisconsin, the Dr. Ray Hassebroeks, Orange City, Dick Clemitsons, Ernmetsburg. The Ray Priebes, Jim Schmidts and Mrs, Kenneth Schmidt and Ricky went to Decorah Sunday to the wedding of Mrs. Priebe's niece, Myrna Otteson, to Jerry Mattly. A guest since Easter at Rev. Rex Spicer's is Mrs. Spicer's sister, Kathie Devan, Floral Park, N. Y. Miss Devan plans to stay in Fenton several more weeks, Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, Spencer, spent Friday through Sunday with her parents, the Wilfred Stoebers. Richard is in Jowa City attending a policeman's training recruitment program. The J. A. Schwartzes and Edith Pick up now and grow in home until you want to plant this Spring. Cleanly Boxed — ALL VARIETIES ! Flour & Feed Phillips Street 2. Wall panels—are easy to install, and 'spread gentle electric heat for your comfort. 3. Floor level, electric baseboard heaters—take up little more room than regular baseboards, give comfortable heat where you need it. You'll enjoy clean, silent, automatic electite heating In your home. It's the best way to heat your home. And there's electric heating equipment to suit your wishes—from floor to ceiling. • Whichever you choose, you just can't beat electric heat—another way to live better, electrically! . •{ Algona Municipal Utilities FINE STOCK OF FRUIT TREES ON DISPLAY (Qwtrf 9f Standard Silt) OPiN DA|L,Y 9PIN 7;«i Ml, t« 5 P.M- DUNCAN NURSERY "Uctttd i«i» Mirth 9* CithsJjf C tiwt tery" Compact Car Tire Specials We'll fit these cars: Chevy II, Corn*!, Falcon, Buiek Speclat, Olds F-85, Corvalr. Valiant, Fairlane, and Lancer. GOODjfYEAR AT YOUR GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 3-T NYLONS WITH TUF8YN RUBBER FRIDAY-SATURDAY $ Laage spent Sunday in Ames with the Schwartz's sons, James and Robert. The Charles Feyes, Carl Feyes, Harold Wishmans, Gary Jansmas, Spirit Lake, and Marlys Thompson, Estherville, were Sunday guests of the Lyndon Kerbers. Mrs. Marion Stucki and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber attended a Mother-Daughter banquet at the Spencer Methodist church Tues- AVOID THE RUSH! With thf lit* fpring* there'll b« t big ruth in the nest few days far ftrtiljier and Other soil pre petitions. See wi NOW fpr: § FERTIMIf* • AUPRIN t ALPREX t PIAJINON Al|ona Flour i Food PhJlljpi St. • Goodyear's great Nylon All-Weather Contains Tufsyn Goodyear's extra- mileage rubber. • 3-T cord for extra, safer, strength. • Nationwide No- limit Guarantee roi $.00x13 black tubeless plus tax & 2 tires NEW CAR TIRES DISCONTINUED DK»ION e Goodyear Custom • Contains Tufsyn Super-Cushion Goodyear's extra-mileage rubber, e Designed for new '$4 cars. • Nationwide No- Limit Guarantee FRID AY- • ATUR DAY 2-34 $.00x13 black tubeless plus tax & 2 tires CHANGE-OVERS Driven Only • F«w Mllvej t Famous makes of • Traded in on new original equipment Goodyear tires, tires. • Like new—a • Driven less than great bargain, 100 miles. FRIDAY-SATURDAY oew tire price? 111 RETREADS M«d« with Goody»»r lr*««l rubb»r t Famous Goodyear t We'll retread your tread design. present tires at this price. t Recapped by trained experts, t Whitewalls only $1.50 more per tire. FRIDAY-SATURDAY any 13" size, plus tax & 2 old tires HILTONS SINCLAIR SERVICE Jones I Slate Sirool 295*3154 Algona

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free