The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 9, 1962
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r* Church At Lc Rock Has Rally Day Program •,««; t • held at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church Sept. 30. The program began with the cradle rocking ceremony. Babies rocked were Cynthia Marie Fox, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard £°*; ^J^ Wibben > da "ghter of Mr and Mrs Jerry Wibbert; and Robin Jean Stone, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone. Craig Allen Paulsert, son of Mr and Mrs Larry Paulsen, joined the Cradle Roll. Those graduating from the Cradle Roll Into the nursery class were Kelly Priebe, Brenda Maf- low, Cathleen Marlow & Richard Marlow. From nursery class to beginners were Alan Miller, Holly Nelson, Susan Fortney, Dale Person, Brian Brace and Cindy Rath. Beginners promoted to primary class were Steven Fischer, Rosemary Fortney, Laurie Marlow, Paula Lockwood, Terry Welsbrod, Gene Miller and Duane Hinz. Only three were promoted from primary to junior class. They are Cathy Jensen, Kevin Brace and Jean Hammerstrom. The juniors promoted to intermediate are Mary Lee Madison, Susan Blanchard, Joel Priebe and Jill Blanchard. Eight Intermediates entered the high school class. They are Mollie Blanchard, Judy Kraft, Sharon Harson, Janet Hammerstrom, Linda Knoll, Rachael Hurlburt, Rodney Jensen and Alan Marlow. A special award was presented to Peggy Pettit for her exceptionally fine attendance record. Except for Illness, she has attended Sunday school every Sunday for 14 years. Homcmakcrs Met Fenton Township Homemakers club met Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs Roy Jensen for the organizational tea. Mrs Milfred Mitchell and Mrs Milton Madison served as co-hostesses. Mrs Walter Campney was a guest of the club and presented a flip chart on Farm Bureau. Election of officers was held, with Mrs Milfred Mitchell as new chairman; Mrs Willis Cotton, vice chairman; Mrs Clair Bollinger, publicity. Two senior 4-H girls from the Fenton Forwards, Jackie Laabs and Karen Seegebarth.,. a. demonstration,,., The next meeting will be held Oct. 19 at thn home of Mrs Richard Underwood. A bake sale and bazaar will be held at the October meeting. Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow and family, Dell Marlow and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow and family were pot-luck dinner guests Sunday ai the Dick Dallman home at New Hampton. Also there were Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman, Tim and Jodi of Wilton Junction and Mr and Mrs Ralph Smith, Marcie and Cheri, Davenport. Mrs Florence Schroeder enter taincd the Friendly Birthday club at her home Thursday. Those present were Mrs Bert Miller, Mrs Rudy Willrett, Mrs Albert Bleich, Mrs George Koestler, Mrs Jack Tiemon, Mrs Scheer, Ellen Meyer, Mrs Louis Riedel, Mrs Anna Reimers, Helen Weiske, Elizabeth Radig and Dorothy Marlow. Bingo was played for entertainment. Mrs Rose Kraft had as Sunday evening supper guests, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family and Mr and Mrs Jim Walker and family of Algona. Dinner guests at the Henry Schroeder home Wednesday were Mr and Mrs Louis Kibbler of Ralston, Neb. and Mrs Kate Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and family of Lone Rock and Mrs Richard Mittag and family of Al gona visited Sunday at the par ental Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton spent the weekend at the Ernest .Jensen home at Hackensack, Minn. Three members of the Sentral football team and their coach, Jim Woltz, accompanied Angus Cotton and his grandson, Michael, to Iowa City Saturday where they attended the Iowa - Oregon State football game. The boys are Barry Nelson, Lynn Bicrstedt and Wayne Elmers. Callers at the home of Mrs Am :.. Pettit Oct. 3 to help her eel* u-.'.ie her 84th birthday were Mrs Prank Plalg, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs ti R. Pettit of Whittemore and her mother, Mrs Clara Fischer of Fenton, Mrs Ernie Fredin and Pat of Whittemore, Mrs Ronald Pettit and family of Whittemore, Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jona- thort; Mr and Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Peggy; Ronald Baxter of Glendale, Cal., Mr and Mrs Louie Householder and Vicki, Mrs Eli- wyn Householder and family of Algona, Mrs Relzine Householder, Gloria and Dennis Howe, Mr and Mrs Robert Hanrta, Jeanette, Gene, Linda and Sally. Mrs Ed Blanchard received word from her sister, Mrs Clifford Mueller, that their son Kenneth Was involved In a tractor accident recently. He suffered a broken pelvic Done and will be In traction for six weeks. Roy Donovan of Bellingham, Wash, was a dinner guest Tuesday of Mr and Mrs Waiter Thompson 'and visited Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Neva Thompson. Rev. and Mrs Benjamin Meyer spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moihes where they attended Synod Orientation for new ministers at Synod headquarters. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard attended a church supper at the First English Lutheran church In Spencer, and visited the home of the Gene Blanchard family. Mr and Mrs Louie Householder and Vicki were guests Tuesday- evening at the Bert Seely home at Whittemore. The occasion was a celebration of Keith Seely's 16th birthday. Ronnie Baxter is visiting friends and relatives in the Lone Rock area. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Gene Baxter of Glendale, Cal. His mother is the former Tina Householder. Bryan, son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer of Algona, spent from Wednesday until Friday at the home of his grandparents, the All' Kruegers of Lone Rock. Many friends and members of the Lone Rock Presbyter ian church and community attended open house at the home of Rev. and Mrs Benjamin Meyer Sept. 30. Marlys Radig, daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Radig, spent the weekend at home from Des Moines. Gary Schmidt was an overnight guest of Perry Radig Wednesday night. Mrs Dick O'Donnell visited her daughter Karen Wednesday at Mankato where she is employed. At ffie Ffarlk Meyer h&ifle tot the weeeknd were their daughters Maxlne from Bralr cliff college at Sioux City and Lola and aToofn- mate from St. Paul. Lola is a medical technician at the hospital in St. Paul. Overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt Thursday were Mr and Mrs Harry England of Alden. Monday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Lynch were Babe and Ed Gilbertson of Burl. Wilfred Radig, who is out west for his health, has visited friends in Phoenix, Ariz.; relatives in Pasadena, Calif.; and is now a guest at the Mervin Priebe home at North Highland, Cal. On Thursday, Mervin and Wilfred attended the World's Fair at Seattle. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson, Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson ana Neva Thompson attended the funeral for Robert Donovan Wednesday. Tne Junior Sunday school class had a skating party Sunday at Algona. Those wno participated were Randy Nelson, busan Blanchard, Jill Blanchard, Joel Priebe, Leroy Hinz, Kenneth Marlow, Diane Person and Ann Fortney. They were accompanied by Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mr Robert Fortney. Guests were Valerie Schenck, Jackie Jones, Anna Menz and Lynn Theesfield. Mrs Dennis Schmidt of Algona visited the Ben Schmidt family Thursday nite. A guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Lynch for supper Wednesday evening was her father, Carl Simmons, Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard spent last weekend in Cedar Falls visiting the Delbert Blanchard home. Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and Mrs Albert Bleich were hostesses for aid at St. John's Lutheran church at Burt Thursday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges visited Monday at the Lowell Shimon home at Pocahontas. Mrs Shimon and Mrs Tigges were high school classmates. Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Mrs Leonard Hoist and Yvonne of Algona visited Mrs Martha Rath Thursday at Estherville and Mrs Emma Hurlburt at Lone Rock. Education Secretary for Notth Central Presbytery. Hostesses were Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Joe Culbertson, Mrs Marvin Marlow, Mrs Dennis Priebe and Mrs Richard Fox. Lavonne Thompson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson, spent the weekend at home. She is attending Gale Institute in Minneapolis. Tuesday evening Fern Krueger and Lucille Seegebarth entertained friends at the Krueger home- in honor of the birthdays of Ruth Blanchard and Juliana Jackson. Others present were Beulah Lee, Dorothy Kraft, Maxine Jensen, Lenore Madison and Nan Blanchard. Fenton News By Janice Stuck! Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt visited Tuesday evening at the Everett Hanna home. U.P.W. of the Presbyterian church met Oct. 4 at the church parlors. Devotions were led by Mrs Robert Fortney. Guest speaker for the day was Mrs Don Boyd of Lakota who is the Christian Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell visited Sept. 29 to Oct. 2 with their daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs Eddie Silrum at Storden, Minn. On Sunday a missionary from Japan spoke and there was a dinner at Sill-urns church. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood also attended. Mr and Airs Richard Paulson and family, Armstrong, were Sunday, Sept. 30, supper guests of Mr and Mrs Maynard Nemitz. The Fenton Town Council met Monday night, Oct. 1. All councilmen, the clerk and mayor were present. Beside routine business they granted two building permits one to Rex Wolfe for porch repair and one to Floyd Duncan for repair to the produce. Lorri i,cc Voltclcr, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Votteler, was baptized Sunday, Sept. 30 by Rev. W. H. Friedrich at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. The baby's sister, Rennae, and an uncle, Dr. Vincent Votteler were sponsors. A dinner in honor of the occasion was given by the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Votteler. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ervin Votteler and daughters, Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler and family and Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votteler and Vickie, Laurens. Fairvillc Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon. Mrs R. D. Eckelman presented the topic, "Stretching Your Dollars" and Rev. Eckelman showed a film strip relating to the topic. The hostesses were Mrs Lyle Haack and Mrs Elmer Grlenert. Guests were Mrs Roger Long, Lone Rock, and Mrs William Bruhn. Mrs Earle Fluhrer. rural Charles City, the former Eva Werk and a former Fenton high school teacher about 1922, writes friends that her husband escaped with only three scalp lacerations from a 25 foot fall off a high pile of bales on Aug. 26. Fluhrer, 66, was only hospitalized four days and on the sixth day was back milking his six cows. Mrs John Munch is now convalescing at the John Hoffsteader Rest Home in Estherville. Mrs. Roy Hinz Seneca Club Hostess, Oct. 2 Seneca — Seneca Modern Mixers met at the home of Mrs Roy Hinz Tuesday afternoon. Members present answered roll call by exchanging Halloween treats. The group voted to give a gift to the Iowa Children's Home Finding Society. Mrs Erma Ohnemus, who was a guest at the meeting, was welcomed into the club as a new member. Mrs Hinz' mother was also a guest. Mrs Hinz had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Ted Jensen will be the November hostess. Seneca Stars 4-H demonstration team, Jolleen Mueller and Andrea THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 CONTA SEIF _ ADHESIVE RATING PLASTIC Tabletops, • Furniture > DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable Decorating Miracle STOEBER HARDWARE - Fenton THE DEPENDABLES ARE HERE! EVERYONE WHO SEES IT GETS CARRIED AWAY ...BEAUTIFULLY Stefanski, received a blue ribbon on their demonstration, presented Wednesday at Hie Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress, they were accompanied to Waterloo by their leader, Mrs Art Bergum and Mrs Nina Kracht, who drove. Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner and children of Spirit Lake were Monday visitors at the parental Charles Beavers. Tuesday, October 9, 1962 fllgona (la.) Upper Des Molnei-S Townsend Club 6th Congressional District Council of Townsend Clubs met Wednesday evening, Oct. ,1, at the home of Mr and Mrs A. M Anderson to study the various candidates running for office in (hi- November election. The most stress was made on the Congressional candidates as the new district takes in 18 counties. Mrs Anderson is the 6th district chairman. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. JUST IN TIME FOR "BACK to SCHOOL" TO THE'SMITH-CORONA CO-STARRING The Coronet World's first electric portable! Fast, even typing. Five repeat actions: dashes, dots, spaces, underlines, letter "X". Four smart colors with carrying case. THE CALAXIE Fastest manual portable in the world! Features modern design, a full-size keyboard, mar-proof finish, and all-steel frame. 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