The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1962 · Page 25
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Sentral Senior Roundup Raymond Baker didn't participate in any activities. He plans to go into the service. Beverly Berkland was in the senior class play and is undecided In her future. Charles Bierstedt played football one year and plans to work on the farm. Kenneth Blersledt participated in mixed chorus, boys glee club, football and track. He plans to rent land and farm with his father. Larry Blcrstedt played basketball, baseball, football, was in the senior class play and a class officer. He plans to farm. Virgeah Bicrstedt was in girls glee club, mixed chorus, yearbook staff, paper staff, class officer, double mixed quartet, basketball manager and a member of the Future Teachers of America. Virgean plans to attend the State University of Iowa majoring in liberal arts. Carol Bellinger was in band, mixed chorus, girls glee club and sextet and in two class plays. Carol is going to attend Personnel Training Institute in Omaha, Nebr. in June. Roger Chcrland played football, basketball, baseball and track and vocal music. He plans to go to Junior college. Walter Dackcn played football and he is going to do road construction work this summer and go to trade school in the fall. Joanne Dreycr was a librarian, cheerleader, band queen, and in band, mixed chorus, girls glee club, girls sextet, double mixed quartet, cornet trio, brass quartet, in the senior class nlay, student council and class officer and on the annual staff and paper staff. Joanne is going to be a private secretary for Oliver Carlson and Delia Welter in Algona. Barbara England was an artist on the paper staff for two years, make-up and set design Jn class plays and is the Homemaker of the Year. She plans to join the Navy for three years. Bonnie Gcilzennucr participated L in mixed chorus, girls glee club double mixed quartet, marching § * and, class officer, senior class lay, homecoming attendant, girls wextet, paper staff, track and basketball manager. She plans to do secretarial work. Leon Gcitzenaucr was in band boys glee club, double boys quar tet, double mixed quartet, senior boys quartet, both class /plays, baseball, football and basketball. Leon is going Into the Navy. Jon Jcntz played basketball \baseball, football, was in track, ;<ilass play and a class officer. He 'plans to attend college in Cedar "alls. Terry Juhl was in band, vocal, laseball, basketball, football, 'ack, both class plays, a class ifficer and on the paper staff. He is going to join the Air Force. Marvin Kading was in chorus, boys glee club, both class plays, played basketball and on the paper staff and student council. He plans to attend Concordia college at St. Paul, Minn. Kenneth Kerbcr was in mixed chorus, boys glee club, double mixed quartet, double boys quartet, boys quartet and mixed quartet, played football and on the paper staff. He is undecided about his future. Mike Krcssin was on the decorating committee for the prom and ho plans to go to Emmetsburg Junior College. James Laabs played basketball, baseball and track and plans to do farm work. Gene Lockwood played basketball, baseball and football and plans to do farm work. Joanne Lufkin was a librarian, on the paper staff, and in mixed chorus and girls glee club. She plans to do secretarial work in Phoenix, Ariz. Ardcn Norland was in band, vocal, basketball, baseball, football and track and a class officer. He plans to go into the service. Dennis Ohm was in basketball, track and a class play. He is going into the service. Wayne Preston played basketball, baseball, football and in track. He is undecided. Barbara I'riebe was in girls glee club, both class plays and a member of the Future Teachers ot America. She plans to work and go to college later. John Iluger played football and was in mixed chorus, band and a class play. He plans to go to Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S. D. Pawn Scbullz was in mixed chorus, girls glee club and track, a cjgss play extra and a member of the Future Teachers of America. She would like to work in a hospital. Colleen Smith was in vocal music, both class plays, on the paper staff, annual staff, a homecoming attendant and basketball manager. She plans to major in secretarial science at Drake University in PCS Moines. Sharon Sullivan played Softball end basketball, was 9 librarian and in a class play. She Vans to attend Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. Susan Sullivan was in both class plays and a librarian and plans to be a draftsman. Barbara Wehrspan played basketball, softball, track, a class officer, member of the Future Teachers of America, Homecoming queen, in a class play and on the annual staff. She plans to attend the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Jcanettc Wiclitcndahl was in band, mixed chorus, girls glee club, softball and track. She plans to go to beauty school in Fort Dodge. Jerome Zwlcfcl was in band, boys glee club, small vocal and instrumental groups, track and a member of the Future Teachers of America. He plans to attend Emmetsburg Junior College. Former Seneca Youth Weds Minnesota Girl Seneca — Donna Jean Larsert, Guckeen, Minn., and Bobby Dean Butterfield, Minneapolis, exchanged wedding vows at a candle light ceremony Saturday, April 26 at 6 p.m. at the East Chain Evangelical Lutheran church. Rev. John L. Johnson, performed the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr* and Mrs. Earl Larsen of Guckeen," Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buterfield of Princeton, Minn. Attendants to the bride were Mrs. Bill Moore, Dolliver; Mrs. Shirley Burnett, Rudd; Miss Sharon Wegener, Elmore, Minn.; Miss Sharon Hallstrom, Fairmont; and Mrs. Nancy Dahl of Swea City. Jerry VVilberg of Fenton, served the groom as best man. Other attendants included Mr. Earl Dean Larsen, brother of the bride; Larry Lonft, Minneapolis; Walter Curren, Blue Earth, Minn.; and Ted- dy Abbas, Dakota City. Wedding gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. Clarence Luhmann, Guckeen, Minn.; Mrs. Eldon Johnson of St. James, Minn.; and Miss Judy Abbas of Bancroft. The bride is a graduate of Guckeen high school and attendol business school in Minneapolis. She has been employed as a secretary in Minneapolis. The groom, who with his parents lived in the Seneca area for several years, was graduated from Seneca high school. He enlisted in the army and upon his discharge went to Minneapolis where he is taking "on the job Tuesday, May IS, 1962 Algona (Id.) Upper Dot Moin«*-5 training" with a Tool and Die Co. After a weeks wedding trip to Texas the couple will be at home in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klicn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver, Mrs. Virgil Gardner of Spirit Lake and Mrs. Ronnie Freiermulh of Esthcrvillc attended funeral services for a former Fenton pastor, the Rev. Callahan, at Kanawha, Saturday. Burial was in the Fenton cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson accompanied by Mrs. Cleo Classon of Ringsted drove to Mallard Sunday where they were dinner guests at the homo of the women's brother and family, the Kenneth Larsens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klien and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilbcrg had supper Sunday evening at Spencer. The occasion was Mrs. Wilberg's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Carrie Jensen has been dismissed from University hospital, Iowa City, and is now visiting with her son and family the Maurice Jensens, at Cedar Fails. WE PROUDLY PRESENT THE CLASS of 7962 - SENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Top row, left to right - Dennis Ohm, Marvin Kading, Roger Cherland, Arnold Johl, Colleen Smith, Wayne Preston, Carol Bellinger, Kenneth. Kerber (All Photos by Glenn's Studio, Algona) Bottom row, left to right - Larry Biersted, Mike Kressin, Charles Bierstedt, Barbara England, Dawn Schultz, Bonnie Geitzenauer, Leon Geitzenauer, Beverly Berkland. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS Fenton, Iowa BLANCHARD LUMBER & HARDWARE Lone Rock, Iowa PRIEBE'S GROCERIES - MEATS Ray — Fenton Art — Lone Rock SENTRAL SENIORS SPONSORED BY THESE AREA BOOSTERS FENTON DRUG CO. BAILEY'S STORE PETiRSEN FURNITURE CHARLIE'S D-X SERVICE DR. E. W. RUSKE, D.D.S. FENTON CO-OP ELEV. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT JORGENSON LOCKERS LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP DUNCAN PRODUCE FARM SERVICE CO. FENTON REPORTER KRAUSE "66" SERVICE McFALl PLUMBING & HEATING FENTON RECREATION CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERY SENECA STORE - C. 0. Bailey HANTELMAN GARAGE HANSEN STANDARD SERVICE DR. J. R. WAITE, D.V.M. E. K. JOHNSON, Livestock FOSTER'S CAFE FENTON LUMBER CO. FRIENDLY TAVERN E ROCK BANK Lone Rock, Iowa LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lone Rock, Iowa KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. Lone Rock, Iowa DR. W. W. JOLLEY, D.O. STOEBER HARDWARE Top dow, left to right - John Ryger, Arden Norland, Sysan Syllivan, Gene Lockwood, Sharon Sullivan, Jim Laabs, Barbara Wehrspan, Walter Dacken, Bottom row, left to right - Jeanette Wiehtendohl, Virginia Bierstedt, Raymond Baker, Joan Lufkin, Jerome Zwiefel, Barbara Priebe, Barbara Tomlinso.i, Kit, Jon Jcntz.

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