The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1967 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1967
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; FEB. 2, 1967 i i i »i 6-AJgone (lo. 1 ! Upper Dei Moinei Thursday, Feb. 9, 1966 Aid, Club Meetings Top Fenton Activity Week sslr Hex k'rs. Riv ^rebs lad " ~ ~" ~'~' Tnt Drrcas C'.ar m?: Tuesday ififr-^:-. v;ti. M-S. FrarJ; Moral: C-ufsis --ere Mrs. Er- r*r. Vottr-Ur. Mrs. Albert Mii- cr:r.II arii Mrs. "A'endsll S'jsch. Mrs. 'A'-. I:r.frs spent last Darrs: Sruss% Sioux City. Or. Elmers arzi farr.Uv ~*"ere cuests of tie Stusses aa; Mrs." v%'rr.. Ei-ers rerun;eihr.-e —.ththera. rr.;^s pare-is Mr. andM -s."»v. 5 Scr.-^ie, Morris::--::, Minr.. '" ~ """ ' v- Moaisr eTE-iag. Tr.ree tables --er= ir. play. Mrs. Jinss Merer ~os tigt priir iad Mrs. Victor Dreyer TO; lovprize. Guests -ere Mrs. LeRoy Jacobson, Mrs. Victor Drever, aad ilrs. Robert MiJciell. a recruit Wallace D. Ciristensen, USX, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D.ChristensenSr., of Clear Lake and grandson of Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller of Fenton is undergoing nine weeks of basic training at the Naval Training Center at San Diego, California, Robert C. Rice, Principal of Sentral High School was among the 411 educators elected tore- present more than 33,000 members of the Iowa State Education Association at the annual ISEA Delegate Assembly in DesMoines Feb. 2,3 and 4. Mr. and M-s. Kenneth Halverson were recent guests at the Roy Gtlbaugh home at Graettlnger. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family were Friday evening callers at the Ray Uthof home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson were Sunday January 29, evening guests at the Elmer Lee home at Estherville. The Ladies Aid of St. Lukes Lutheran Church, Fairville met Thursday afternoon Feb. 2 at the Church basement. Mrs. Carl Beck led opening devotions, and Mrs. Wm, Bruhn gave the lesson. The aid decided to obtain new Communion cloths for the church. Plans were nude for a Valentine party for aid members and their husbands. Hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Lydon Kerber. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood were Sunday dinner Kuests of the Richard Underwoods for Landon's second birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Householder and lam'ly and Miss Gloria Householder of Omaha were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M'jrtensonandMr.andMrs. Glen Householder. Tuesday evening guests of the Art Krauses for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and fam'ly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and family, ajid Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eterkland and famUy. Mr. and M -s. Frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt visited Sunday with Mrs. Hex Wolfe at Holy Family Hospital, Esther- arc Mr. ir ; : Mrs. Xjrrr.— B-:':- Mrs. I. C. ">Y€isr;r:c vis a Weir-esiiy ifisrsoon M:. arid M-s. Art Kr^se, M.. aud Mrs. Richard Kernel aai Mr. aaa Mrs. Stan Bernard called o.i Mrs. Minnie Dreyer at Holy Family Hospital to help her celebrate her SOth birthday. Ronald Mortensoa, Omaha has been promoted to senior engineer at the Omaha Public Power Division. Wayne Elmers left Monday for Midwestern College, Denison, la., where he is enrolled for the second semester. Sunday dinner guests of the Frank Dreyers were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Juhl, and family, Mr. and M"s. Arden Hovey, Mrs. John Hovey and Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and famj'ly of Oelwein. Mrs. David Dreyer and boys are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Juhl. Ray & WilfredStoeber attended the Our Own Hardware Convention at Minneapolis Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys, Webster City accompained them and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kuecker, Brooklyn Park, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer and family spent Sunday at Sioux City with the Roger Dreyer family. The Saturday afternoon Bridge Club met Saturday with Mrs. Ernest Voettler as hostess. There were three tables in play. Prizes went to Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. E. Helland and Mrs. Carl Beck. Guest players were Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Lenz Jentz, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Herman Maahs. Sunday dinner guests of the Eldon Duncans were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scoby and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Adams of Algona. The dinner was for James Scoby who is going in the Navy. Mr. and M-S. Norman Finnestad and Craig, and Mrs. Fred Boettcher were Sunday dinner guests of the Wayne Boettchers for Lynettes birthday. Mr. arid Mrs. DividFinnested, Mr. Roger Potratz and Lisa of Alta were weekend guests of the Amos Finnestads. Sunday dinner guests of the Amos Finnestads wsre Mr. and Mis. IJavkl Fiiuifesta/i, Mr. and SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Buiinots & Profwtlonal Directory HUENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sund. Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE F«nton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - lUmedtllng PHONE 889-2261 Ftnlcn, lowo Dr. E. W. Ruiko OfNTIJT OHIn Chant 119-2241 R»«ld»nc» e« 11* wo FENTON DRUG R.C.A. D*at»r T-V $a!»t «. S.rvli, rhon» 199-2713 FEN : RIENDLY TON. IOWA Report tv * Publlih«d By The Upptr Det Motntt B PublUhlng Co., Algona, Iowa | MRS. RAY UTHOF • N«w« Editor Mrs. Roger Potratz and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. Mieller and of Algor.a, and Mr. and Mrs. Mirk Finnestad and family of St. Paul. Sunday dinner guests of the Gerald Jentz ^ere N5r. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mrs. Lena Jentz, and ?>'.r. and Mrs. Merria Jentz and fan-.ilv, Bur;. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and family, Mr. and N!rs. James Meyer and family v.-ere Sunday evening callers of the Donald Hainziager horns. The W.S.C.S. met Thursday at the Methodist church parlors. Devotions were led by Mrs. Esther Frink. The lesson was given by Mrs. Clifford Douglas assisted by M-s. Dile Voig^ and Mrs. Frank MrFall. Hostesses were Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mi's. Dale Voigt and Mrs. Durwood Voigt. World Day of Prayer will be observed at the Fenton Methodist Church Chapel, Friday, February 10 at 2:00 p.m. The theme -,vlll "be "Of His Kingdom There Shall Be .\o End" written by the late Queen Salote of the Tonga Islands. The 47 club held a farewell party for Mrs. Jack Tieman Tuesday afternoon at the Bernard Tigges home. Xadine Weisbrod has been traveling with the Morningside Concert Choir on a ten day concert tour. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolfe and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones were Sunday evening callers at the James Jacksons. Ash Wednesday Lenton services will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton. Lenton Services will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 at St. Lukes Church, Fairville. Name Sentral *Steven Petersen, *Ervln Root, Jeanette Ruhnke, Kathryn Schadendorf, Richard Shaw, *Candace Vaudt and "Cheryl Wesibrod. Honor roll - 2nd nine week student must achieve a 3.00 or above average (3.00 - B) *4.0 Straight 'A' for mark reporting of 2nd nine weeks. 7th grade - Carrie Bergum, Paula B=rkland, Myron Cyphers, John Nyman, Roland 'Hank' Ostwald and M.irla Waite. 8th - Barbara Andre, Michael Berkland, Anne Krause, Susin Luedtke and Randy Vaudt. 9th grade - Jerome Bailey, Keven Brace, James Breese, Bruce Gerhart, Lynette Johnson, Peggy Kauffman, Rhonda Kern, Miilba Krause, Diane Luedtke, Linda Sunde, Mark Voigt and Linda Wegener. 10th grade - Catherine Bergun, James Bollig, Judy Bollig, Jolene Gangestad, M'.chael Jackson, Ross Johnson, Tneresa Kennedy, Linda Kracht, David Marlow, Carl Priebe and Steven Schlei. llth grade - Marlin Berkland, Susan Blanchard y Mary Ellen Dltsworth, Jacquelyn Jones, Sandra Seegebarth and Terosa Voigt. 12th grade - Audrey Bsrgum, *Kathryn Bierstedt, Renee Douglas, Dale Eldridge, Allen Hall, Douglas Kading, Mary Lou Larsen, Leslie Luedtke, Rita Luedtke, Mary Mienke, *Janell Newbrough, *Steven Petersen, *Ervin Root, Jeanette Ruhnke, Kathryn Schadendorf, Richard Shaw, *Candace Vaudt and *Cheryl Weisbrod. Seneca Church Thursday evenings at 8 p. m. The services will center on a film strip entitled: "In Our Stead", and everyone is Invited to attend all or any of these meetings. Holy Com-nunion will be held this first Thursday, Feb. 9. Lenten Honor Roll Se rvice Series For Semester SENECA- Through the Lenten season services will be held at the Seneca Lutheran Church on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Iheir son, David's birthday anniversary which was Feb.3, also their daughters-in-laws birthday anniversary which is Feb. 9, and their grandson, Scott's birthday which was Feb. 6. Olher guests included Mrs. Bertha Ponmer of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit De Waard, of rural Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Minno Pieler- sen of Ringsted were last Sunday dinner guests of Ihe Henry Wllbergs as were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen of Fenton. Mr. and M:rs.-Kennelh Andre and family were Sunday dinner guesls of the latter's parents, the Louis Lammnrs, Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen were Friday evening guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Clarence Cheevers, rural Ringsted in honor of their granddaughter, Susan's, fifth birthday anniversary. The parental grandparents, the Arnold Cheevers, Armstrong, were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and Martin Wilberg were Wendesday dinner guests of the Ole Peder- sens, Fenton. Mrs. Eugene Gardner was honored at a Pink and Blue Baby Shower Thursday evening at their rural Bincroft homo. Guests included Mesdames Edna Johannesen, Wayne, John Ny- min, Fred Johannesen, John Johannesen, Phillip Bernhard, Ordean Kabrlck, Larry Wilhelm?., Marvin Vaske and Alvin Cyphers. Mrs. Gardner and three weeks old baby daughter, KristenRae.were presented with gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wltham visited Thursday with the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Roy Witham, a patient at the Mercy FENTON- Honor roll for ^ Sentral Junior and Senior High School for the first semester follows: Honor Roll Students must achieve a 3. average or above. (3.00 - B) *4.0 - Straight 'A' for mark reporting period of one semester. , 7th grade - Carrie Bergum, John Nyman, Paula Berkland, Roland 'Hank' Ostwald, Myron Cyphers and M.irla Waite. 8th grade - Barbara Andre, Michael Berkland, Anne Krause, Susan Luedtke and Randy Vaudt. 9th grade - Jerome Bailey, Keven Brace, James Breese, Lynette Johnson, Peggy Kauffman, Melba Krause and Mark Voigt. 10th grade - Catherine Bergum, James Bollig, Jane Bollig, Judy Bollig, Miry Dawn Eldridge, Ann Fortney, Jolene Gangestad, Michael Jackson, Ross Johnson, Theresa Kennedy, Linda Kracht, Cindy Lockwood, David Marlow, Carl Priebe, Steven Schlei and Paula Wiener. llth grade - Marlin Berkland, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Jacquelyn Jones, Murgo Rusch, Sandra Seegebarth and Teresa Voigt. 12th grade - Audrey Bergum, *Kathryn Bierstedt, Renee Douglas, Vlcki Elmers, Dale Eldridge, Allen Hall, *Mary Lou Larson, Rita Luedtke, Mury Mienke, *Janell Newbrough, For perfect comfort get... AMERICAN. 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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner were Thursday evening supper guests of the Virgil Gardners, rural Estherville, in honor of their grandson, Kevin's sixth birthday anniversary. The grandparents brought the traditional birthday cake, decorated by M rs. Mildred Crowley in the cowboy motif. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friesth and children of Badger, were last weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Friesth's parents, the Alfred Petersens. They also called at the home of the sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever, rural Ringsted. MT. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and family visited with the latter's sister and family, the Orville Fischers, Lake Park, la., last Sunday. Mr. Fischer was recuperating from a m'shap at his home when he suffered several frozen fingers while he was endeavoring to start his tractor the day that the temperature hit the 30 degrees below zero mark. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Nnton, Iowa Fun Prescription Want to nave more fun/ than a circus? Wall never fear the clowns are here. They will be appearing at the benefit basketball game between the Alumi and Tne Sentral Physical Education students March 3 at 7:00 p.m. at the Sentral School Gym. All proceeds will go to the American Field Service Student if that project is successful. The game will be sponsored by the Town and Country Womens club. GRADUATE Ivan Peterson, 46, of Laurehs, received his bachelor's degree in business management from Buena Vista college last month. Peterson is the father of three children; Barb, a sophomore,at Iowa Central college, Marilyn, a high school sophomore and Bruce in eighth grade. Is your "office furnjture In sad shape? Look over the new office desks, chairs, files and safes at the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPPER DBS MOINES. It's A Good Time - NOW! To Remodel.. . Imbolmcn and Funeral Directors tollable 24 Hour Ambulant* ftrvln Funeral May B* Referred To Us With Confidence Mont* FINTON II9-27M RINOSTID 864-1004 164.1001 144-1970 NEED CABINET? CUPBOARDS? INTERIOR REMODELING? 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