The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1962 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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MAY 15, 1962 Senfral Fcnton — Graduation exercises ifettfon Publlihtd By Tht Upp«r DM MolnM Publithlng Co., Algeria, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! Newt Editor for the Sentral High Class of 196?. will be held Wednesday evening, May 16, starting at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. The Sentral senior class is pictured in a group presentation elsewhere in this section. The program will be as follows: Processional, Sentral High Band. Invocation — Rev. A. E. Vehling. Double Mixed Quartet. Address — "The Romance of the Lengthening Shadows", Dr. Ray Bryan, head of the department of vocational education, Iowa State University. Boys Glee Club number. Presentation of the Class of 4—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 15, 1962 Women's Club Breakfast Honors 35-Year Members 1962, Supt. D. G. Keoppel. Presentation of diplomas by Verl Smith, president of the board of education. Benediction, followed by greetings from friends to seniors. Baccalaureate services were held at the auditorium Sunday evening, May 13. Mrs. Warren Jones played the processional and recessional, and Rev. F. C. Preul gave a scripture and prayer. Ke-v. Harvey Walker delivered the sermon, "Counting the Cost.' The Maxine Circle of the Meth odist WSCS met Wednesday after noon fit the home of Mrs. Dale Weisbnd with Mrs. S. E. Straley as co-hostess. Mrs. Emil Frank led the worship and Mrs. Weisbrod presented the program. Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Cnrl Reck accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jlerkland and Joyce to Cellar Falls on May 5 for the mothers weekend at the college there. Each has a daughter going to ISC. EBIBflllBBBBBHBBIII PIDHEER cST Frnlon — The annual Fenton Women's Club May breakfast was held on Tuesday morning at the Fenton Methodist church. It was guest day and each member introduced her guest to the group. The program committee were Airs. H. A. Walker, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth. The club president. Mrs. Homer Matthiesen, presented Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod with a token of appreciation for 35 years of service in the club. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod introduced Ihe program for the day and presented Mrs. Lester Weisbrod who sang a solo. Peggy Voigt gave an interpre- :ive reading of poetry entitled 'Patterns" and Judy Jolley gave a humerous declamation entitled "Little Red Hooding Ride." Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth conducted Hartman. Mr.-;. Rueben Luedtke Mrs. La von Steinberger and Mrs Raymond Zwiefel. Home On Leave Third class fire technician r.'icl Mrs. W. W. Jolley and sons Jeffrey and William W. IV have been visiting with Dr. and Mrs. W. W Jolley. Jolley has been in the Navy stationed at San Diego for the past two and a half years. He and his family are enroute to Chicago for a nuclear training school. Style Show & Tea A Style show and tea was given Friday afternoon by the Sentral Homemaking classes I and II for their mothers. Twenty-seven girls modeled dresses uid suits they had made during the year. Mrs. William Nugent is the Home Economics teacher. A film on "How Cotton Fabrics Are Made" was ^.i*.*j vw*» ui t..j IT wi in *_«jnvju*-i*.*.i ti vunuii j. uui iv~ o nit. itjuiic \>nr> game on identifying pictures of | shown after which refreshments famous people. Several club members enacted a play entitled "A Style Show In Reverse". The cast was Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, MVs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs. Charles Newel, Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. E. K. made and served by the girls were enjoyed. Bridal Shower Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson gave a bridal shower for Barbara Hanifan at the Kenneth Johnson Airs. Arlo Kanney and Mrs. E. K. i "«niian at me ivennetn jonnson Johnson, under the direction of' nome on Sunday, May 6. Forty Mrs. H. A. Walker. The hostesses Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt, Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mrs. Homer Matthiesen and Mrs. Art Priebe decorated with a Bluebird theme. Bred-up for today's stepped-up farming Henry ScJiroeder LONE ROCK, IOWA (14-2J) UfUammmammmmmmmumm' board members Mrs. Hersch'el ********** * the "Imperial" of all * * RIDING TRACTORSl # 5V-2 h.u Band Mothers Elect The Sentral band mothers met Wednesday night. The junior high jand played for the enjoyment of :he group and was followed by the business meeting and election of officers and the band mother.' board. Elected were Mrs. George Meiaka, president; Airs. Andrew f Siefanski, vice president; Mrs. Date Weisbrod, secretary; and Mrs. Reger Jensen, treasurer and guests were present. Barbara. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Toledo and Dixon Zander of Sumner will be married on June 10 at Toledo. Mrs. Hanifan is the former Marjorie Johnson. 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Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fentonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone ?33 Fenton, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe recently returned home from their annual winter residence in Florida. The week of May 21-26 has been designated mailbox improvement week. Fenton Postmaster Kennetl Halverson will be accompanin< carrier S. E. Straley on an in spection tour of the Fenton route during tin's time. Mrs. Lena Kohlwes and Dorene visited Mrs. E. H. Dreyer on Saturday, May 5. Mrs. Kiiiinu Reimers entertained at a "500" party Friday afternoon May 4. Guests were Mrs. Archie Voigt, Mrs. Ed Greinert. Mrs. John Ruhnke, Mrs. Adella Meyer, and Mrs. Aurcla Leininger all of Whittemore and Mrs. Sophie Bletkwenn, Mrs. William Eimers. Mrs. Emma Hadig and Mrs. Lena Zumach. Prize winners were Mrs Bleckwenn, high, Mrs. Leininger 2nd high and Mrs. Ruhnke low. Mr. and Mrs. Oayle Keeley Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Victoi Struecker and Mrs. E. II. Dreyer were Saturday evening May 5 visitor; in the Mrs. Herman Hint* home. The I'enlon Processors MI clul met on May 7 at the home of Gene Hartman. Dennis Laabs and Jim Sunde were elected to go to 4-Ii camp in June. Dennis Uthof gave a talk on corn deficiency. Seventeen members were present. Lunch was served by Mrs. Hartman. ! Mr. anil Mrs. Donald Void am i family. Lake Mills and Mr. am. Mrs. Lyle Hanson and Greg were I Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mother's Day dinner guests o ' Mr. and Mrs Marion Slucki wen Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bunl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFal and Mr and Mrs. Clarence Menz I.oren and Anna Mae were Sunday, May ti dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz. Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller vis itcd with Mr and Mrs. Paul Winter and family in Buffalo Center Sunday, May fi. Wednesday eve ning the Millers visited with Mrs Miller'., mother. Mrs. Heiko Adams in Buffalo ('enter Mrs. Howard Hcnfrow, C'alvin. North Dakota, i.-, visiting at the home of her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolte. Mrs Renfrow is the former Florence Laabs and is also visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Laab.-> and other relatives. Tim llusselt, Algoiia. visited May }th and 5th with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Raymond StoebiT. Mi. and Mrs. \rlin Kohlwes and Bijbby, Humboldt were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler Mrs. Hotter Dreyer and Urent Sioux City arrived Wednesday for a \i.sii with Mrs. E. H. Dreyer Drcjcr joined his wife on Saturday for the weekend. They and Mrs Drcjcr and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Diejer and family and Mr. and Rites At Ringsted Seneca — Mrs. Ole Peder.sen at- ended the funeral of a long time "ainily friend, Le.onurd Torkelson >f Ringsted, Tuesday afternoon. Services were held, at the Ring- stud Presbyterian church. - ----- - — The human heart rest., aboul Mrs Adm Kohlwes and family i eight-tenths of a second between Humbuldt \vtrt Mothu'o Daj " ' tier guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darre Dreyer. 'I he St. John Lutheran Laymen League met Tuesday evening a the church. Jim Meyer presentee (lie topic. The hosts were Mr. am Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and Mr. anc Mrs. Harold Eimers. On June 12 Ihe league will have a family picnic in the Fenton park. Mrs. E. II. Dreyer entertained the Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club on Tuesday afternoon. Three :ablcs were in play. A group of St. John Aid members attended the Lutheran Women's Missionary League meeting of the Algona zone in Burt Wed- icsday. Those attending were lev. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich Wrs. Elsie Dreyer, Mrs. Frank eeley, Mrs. E. H. Dreyer, Mrs. "red Jentz, Mrs. Ed Mitchell and Irs. William Hantelman. The Depew Fellowship Circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Finnestad. Mrs. Gerald Cody led the devotions and Mrs. Melvin Berkland presented Ihe lesson. Guests were Mrs. Harvey Hendiksen, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Duella Cody, Mrs. Lula Knutson, Estherville, Mrs. Elmer Randa, Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt. Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad, Mrs. Burt Fossum, Fairmont, Mrs. Edward Mitchell and Mrs. Tom Manley. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg visited with Mrs. Omer Edwards, patient at Emmetsburg hospital. Also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Allen McGrath. Don Yager To Attend Boys State Camp Don Yager Were Mid-Year Sentral Grads David Uainzingcr Lynn Bierstedt Fenton — The Weisbrod-Ranney post of the American Legion will be represented at Hawkeye Boys State by Don Yager, June 3-9. Lynn Bierstedt has been chosen as alternate, both boys are Sentral juniors. Don, who is the son of Mr. and vlrs. Clarence Yager, Fenton, has played drums in the Sentral band for three years and has been a member of a drum ensemble that had division I ratings for two years. He is in mixed chorus and glee club and played the organ for the schools Christmas concert. He is a photographer on the annual staff and editor of the school paper "The Beep", a member of the Fenton Methodist church, sings in the choir, is organist, and president of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Don has been a Des Moines Register, daily and Sunday paper carrier for five years. Lynn Bierstedt, the alternate, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, rural Lone Rock. He has played basketball, football an/ baseball for three years and lia.s been in track for two years. He is president of the junior class, president of his 4-H club and president of the Walther League of St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. He has served on the student council for two years and was in the junior class play last fall. Dennis fjeiUenaucr While all of the graduates of Sentral in the class of l%2 are pictured on another spot, there are still two members of the class of 1!)C2 that are not pictured there. They are Dennis Geitzenauer and David Hainzinger. These two young men were mid-year graduates, that is completing their high school work at the end of the first semester. We present them accordingly. Perhaps they might be termed the. class of 1061'a, or 19624 At any rate, congratulations. (L'D.M Engravings, Glenn Studio Fotos). Award Nite, May 22 Fenton — Sentral high schoojs award night will be held May 22. Eighth graders will receive their certificates of promotion and the music, athletic and other awards will be given. Mrs. Henry Wilberg attended the funeral of a great aunt, Mrs Charles Long, Wednesday after noon at the Methodist church at Eagle Grove. each tuulratliuo. HANDYMAN LIFTS » PULLS » PUSHES 6,000 Ibs. Capacity 101 USES - Used by farmers, loggers, contractors, carpenters, garages, factories, body shops, mines, mills, quarries, filling stations. 4 ft. high. Wt. 27 Ibs. GUARANTEED. ALLAN BOLMNGER Fenton, Iowa (19*) FOR RENT New Idea Flflil Type SPREADER Contact SQUEEZE EASE RENTALS Gerald - Fenton Tea For Senior Girls, Sentral Fcnton — The Annual Sentral Girls Tea sponsored by the Fenton Town & Country Womens club was held Thursday afternoon in the Algona Hotel. Mrs. Dale Voigt welcomed the 14 senior girls present. Mrs. Ted Jensen played selections on a saw accompanied by Mrs. Arnold Hansen on the piano. The popular television game Password was played with Mrs. Eugene Huskamp as moderator. The celebraties were Mrs. Arnold Hansen and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and he contestants were Carol Boll- nger and Colleen Smith. Mrs. ,yle Newel announced the hum- irous commercials. Mrs. Harlan timers gave a reading entitled 'If" during which Mrs. Warren Jones played soft music on the )iano. Refreshments were then erved. Honored By Auxiliary Fenton — Mrs. La von Steinberger, Mrs. John Waite and Mrs. Merle Voigt attended a county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Algona on May f,. Mrs. Voigt was elected county vice president and Mrs. Sleinber- ger was elected seargant-at-arms, for the county. They reported to their auxiliary of the county meeting at their monthly meeting held Friday at the home of Mrs. S. E. Straley. Plans were made for the annual plant sale and poppy day on Saturday, May 26. A roast beef dinner will be served at noon at the Community Center. Mrs. Burnett Heine 'will send a card to Iharles Anderson at Woodward. The June meeting will be with Mrs. Clarence Osborn. William Howard Taft was the first U. S. president to receive a salary of $75,000 a year. Noah Webster began writing the dictionary in 1807 and finished In 1828. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Uppei Des Moine? Pub. Co., Algona. 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