The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1967 · Page 21
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• FEB. 2,1967 • * i • i •• Algono (lo.) Upper De« Molrm Thursday, Feb. 2, 1967 Fenton T. & C. Women Meet, Elect Officers SENECA-Mrs. JohnStruecker was hostess and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer, co-hostess, to the Fenton Town and Country Woman's Club Tuesday evening, Jan. 17. The program, "The Fabulous World of Food" was presented by Mrs. Dale Voigt. The group elected officers as follows: Mrs. Durwood Voigt, president; Mrs. Ervln Borchardt, vice president; Mrs. Charles Feye, recording secretary; Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, correspondence secretary; Mrs. Arnold Hansen, treasurer; and Mrs. Rex Splcer, historian. A letter from the F. T. A. was read which requested finanicial assistance for the foreign exchange student at Sentral. The group voted to give the proceeds from the alumni basketball game which will be played March 3 at the Sentral High School gymnasium to the foreign exchange student who will be coming to this community for the 1967-68 school year. - o Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen visited from Friday until Sunday at the home of their daughter and family, the Robert Jacob- sens, Maynard, la. Their daughter, Mrs. Jacobsen (Wanda), is attending Upper Iowa University at Fayette and was enjoying a semester break. She expects to get her B.A. degree in elementary teaching at the end of the current school year. Enroute home the Olsens visited with Mr. Olsen's elderly aunt, Stena Casky, at Corwith. Mrs. Casky will be 92 on her next birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard, rural Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Algona. Jill Jensen, a student at Augus- tana College, Sioux Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, the Ted V. Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson accompanied the Joe Neumans, who live in Minnestoa, to Arizona early in January where they are visiting relatives. Mrs. Neuman is the former Opal Nelson, a niece of the August Nelsons. Chirlene Gangstead was feted at a bridal shower Thursday evening, Jan. 19, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Dale, rural Armstrong. Honored guests in addition to the bride- elect were her mother, Mrs. Clifford Gangstead, also the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. Jim Bucham of Ceylon, and the bride- elect's grandmother, Mrs. Leonard Olson of Armstrong. Co- hostesses included Mrs. Norman Stevens, Mrs. Robert Nielsen, Mrs. Lloyd Madden, Mrs. Oscar Berven, Mrs. Bernie Hardecopf and Mrs. Charles Booth, all of the Rlngsted-Armstrong area. Miss Gangstead and Jerry Bucham were married Jan. 21 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Ringsted. They are at home at Ceylon, Minn.; where the groom NEW STANDARD 0 HUMIDIFIER Adds needed moisture to dry, heated air • Automatic humidistat • High humidity output • 10 gallon capacity^ • Rustproof tank • Easy to fill and clean • Portable, attractive • Top grill and side | vants provide indirect air flow without drafts MARK VIII STANDARD CONSOLE HUMIDIFIER Maintains proper indoor humidity-automatically -for comfortable wintertime living. The right amount of moisture helps you feel better. Lowers heating costs. Prolongs life of furnishings, house plants. Reduces static electricity. A quiet, attractive economical way to humidify your entire home for comfortable living. Stoeber Hardware Fenton, Iowa SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY F«nton Business A Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sundt Goldtn Sun F««ds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Ivlldiog * Remodeling PHONf 9194211 Fenton, Iowa Dr.E.W.Ruikt DtNTIST Office Phone 119*9241 Residence 119-3953 Fenton, lewd FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Pealer T-V Sale* * Service Phone §19.3713 pRIENDLY TON, I operates the Standard Oil station. Mrs. Nina Kracht submitted to surgery Friday at the Methodist hospital at Des Moines. She expects to be hospitalized for several weeks. Her daughter, Linda Sue, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Leo Schmidt, spent the weekend with her. Linda Sue will be staying at the Schmidts until her mother returns home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and David visited Sunday with their son and family, the Roger Osborns, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Huling and Mrs. Myrtle Vining of Garner, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Everett Withams. Cecil Bailey, who has teen a patient at the Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg the past few weeks, returned horns on Saturday. Mrs. Everett W.'tham was a hostess at a bridal shower honoring Nancy Lowman of Sexton, Sunday afternoon at Charlie's Supper Club at Algona. Miss Lowman's fiance is from Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen were Sunday dinner guests of the Henry Wilbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman of Swea City were Wednesday afternoon callers it the Edna Johannesen home. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and children were Sunday afternoon guests at the Robert Thatehome, Ceylon, Minn. They helped Dean Thate observe a birthday anniversary. Mrs. Looft and Mrs. Thate are sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family visited Sunday at the home of the former's brother, the Harlan Vaudts, Emmetsburg. Carol Zumach Of L-Rock To Wed Cylinder Youth Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Zumach of Lone Rock announce the engagement of their daughter Carol, to Mark Berkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Berkland, Cylinder. Miss Zumach is a graduate of Mankato Commercial College and is employed at the State Highway commission, Ames. Mr. Berkland is a sophomore at Iowa State U. majoring in Agronomy. A May 28 wedding is planned. * * * The ALCW met Thursday at the Depew Church Parlors. The opening devotion was given by Mrs. Ernest Berkland, the program was given by Mrs. Arnold Juhl and the offering meditation by Mrs. Uldrich Juhl, the hostesses were Mrs. Nelvin Egland and Mrs. Torger Naig, Tuesday afternoon the Neighborhood birthday club met at Mrs. Margaret Weisbrod for her birthday. Guests were Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Ed. Schlei, Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mrs. Art Vofgt, and Mrs, Frank McFall. Saturday afternoon the same group met at Mrs. Ralph Millers for her birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Frank McFall visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. E. C. Wois- brod, Mrs. Anna Ohm, and Dr. John Waite all patients at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. In the evening they visited with Mrs. Helen Widdle, Mrs. Mary Hanson and Mrs. Blanche Huskamp at Turners Nursing Home, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs, James Jackson spent Saturday at Rochester visiting his mother who recently had surgery there. Trudy Huskamp, student at Iowa State, Ames, and a sorority sister Diana Cunningham spent the weekend at the Eugene Huskamp home, Mrs. Wm. DeWall had a quilting party at her home Friday afternoon. Quitters were Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke and Patty, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Ole Peter- son. Saturday visitors at the Wm. Hantelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lussman and family of Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman took Mary back to Cedar Falls Sunday, enroute they visited the John Hantelman home at Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Edon Hurlburt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Miss Cherly Berkland and Dennis Uthof were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lorraine Berkland of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs, Ervin Krause have received word from their son Pvt. Ronald Krause that he has arrived in Germany safely. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz and Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei were Sunday evening callers at the Roy Chrlschilles home for his birthday. Sunday afternoon guests of the Melvin Pompes for Melvin and Marvin PompewereMr.andMrs. Marlln Wegener and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Householder were Friday evening callers at the Ronald Chrlschilles home. Mrs. Lloyd Sunde was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson were guest players. Mrs. Lena Jentz won high prize, Mrs. Harold Wehrspann second high and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, low. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs visited Wednesday evening at the Ervin Siems home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koenck and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bellinger spent Sunday visiting with Art Hengel a patient at Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. They also visited at the home of Mrs. Bellingers sister Mrs. Leonard Pitman. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger entertained the couples card club Sunday evening with high prize going to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reimers and low going to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paton were Sunday afternoon callers at the Wm. DeWall home while their daughter attended the wedding of her teacher Miss Jeanean Zwiefel. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall were Sunday evening callers at the Melvin Berkland home for Marlin's Birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and family were Sunday evening guests of the Norman Finnestads. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt called Sunday evening at the Bennie Berkland home. Mrs. Jessie Newel chairman of the Christmas seals for Fenton announces that there was a total of $124.00 collected in Fenton this year. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad left last week for Santa Ana, Calif., where they will spend several months visiting their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCowan and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Duchaney. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weiner and Carla, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiner, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chrischil- les and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy ChrischiUes, for Roy's birthday. Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys, Webster City, spent Saturday • i i l By The Upper D*t M«lne« • Publishing Co., Algeno, lewe 1 MRS. RAY UTHOf | Newt Editor | visiting friends and relatives in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys were Saturday evening dinner guests of theRayStoebers. 2 New Arrivals FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Krapp are parents of a 9 lb. 5 oz., daughter born January 14 at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge. She has been named Michelle Lynne. They now have a family of two girls and one boy. Mrs. Krapp is the former Karen Schwarzenbach. Mr. and Mrs. Don Berryman are parents of a 8 lb. 1 oz girl born, Tuesday, January 24. She has been named Sarah Lynn. The Berrymans now liave a family of two girls and one boy. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman are maternal grandparents. Mrs. Hantelman is going to spend several weeks at the Berryman home. Salvation Army FENTON - The annual Salvation Army drive for funds will be headed by Dr. W. W. Jolley and will be underway soon. Appeal letters will be mailed out. In addition to the chairman others on the committee will be Gerald Voigt, treasurer, and Kenneth Halve rson, Committee member. 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