The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 6
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FEBRUARY 4,1965 fenfan &*$#* f w 6-Algono (lo.) Upper Det Me!n«> thurtday, Feb. 4, 1965 88th Birthday Honors For Minnie Dreyer FENTON - A double birthday party was held on Sunday (Jan. 31) at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause. The honorees were Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, whose 88th birthday was Feb. 1, and her son-in-law, Arthur Krause, who was 71 on Jan. 31. Guests celebrating the birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Otis England, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania, and Rev. and Mrs. RexSpicer. Those present included five generations with Mrs. Dreyer being the oldest. Others were Mrs. Dreyer's daughter, Mrs. Arthur Krause, in whose home Mrs. Dreyer lives, her granddaughter, Mrs. Larry Alt, her great-granddaughter, Mrs. Stanley Berkland, and her great-great-granddaughter, Ta- nia Berkland, age 3, all of F'en- ton. Mrs. Drpyor still enjoys excellent health and eyesight, and is known in [-"niton for her handiwork, including the making of artificial flowers from feathers of pheasants and other fowl. She also makes braided rugs and does much crocheting, and sometimes babysits with her great- great-granddaughter. High Praise For State Line Musicians FENTON - "These young people will be welcome to play in my band anytime," said W. B. Green, director of Buena Vista College Band from Storm Lake, la., to an audience Monday night, Jan. 25, at Sentral School. He was speaking of the 11 bands of the State Line Conference schools. Green was guest director at the 15th annual band conference where an 80-plece select band and 418- plece massed band performed. After a select band number featuring Suzanne Hygh, Rake; Rodney Jensen, Sentral, and Carroll Fischer, Thompson, Green repeated the declaration that State Line musicians would be welcome on the Buena Vista campus. At the conclusion of the musical presentation, Green said, "These young people have done a good job for me tonight. Your band directors have done a good job." Band directors of the conference schools are Gary Thomas, Armstrong; Miss Jearleen Conrad, Burl; Robert King, Lakota; Clarence Winden, Ledyard; Reuben Lutter, Lincoln- Central; Dennis Vance, Rake; Phil Lachelt, Ringsted; Warren Jones, Sentral; William Van Devender, Swea City; Derrill Outland, Thompson; George Roberts, Titonka. Shower Redated For Feb. 7 At Finnestad Home FENTON - The shower planned for Ingrld Teresko Finnestad, on Jan. 31 (Sunday) was postponed because of the weather. It Is to be held on Sunday, Feb. 7, at 1:30 p. m. at the Norman Finnestad farm, located 3 3/4 miles west of Fenton on the blacktop. The farm Is on the south side of the road. CHURCH NEWS Delegates from St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton to the annual fiscal conference of the Iowa District West were Rev. Rex Splcer, Bennie Berkland, Emll Blerstedt, Stanley Berkland, William Eimers and Ray Dreyer. The conference was held in Storm Lake on Sunday afternoon and evening. The American Lutheran church women of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met at the parish house on Thursday afternoon (Jan. 28). Devotions were led by Mrs. Kenneth Cody, and Mrs. Russell Johnson was In charge of the Slngspiration. The lesson on the Lord's Prayer was given by Mrs. Arnold Nalg and Mrs. Ernest Berkland gave the offering meditation. The cause of the month for January was evangelism. A skit, "TheIngredients for ALC Harmony", was presented with Mrs. Robert Burkgren as narrator. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer and the table prayer. Hostesses were Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Kenneth Halverson spent last week In Minneapolis attending the Mid-Winter meeting of the Lutheran Evangelistic Conference. The meetings were held at the Augustana Lutheran church, Minneapolis. 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Your dealer will even pay labor costs for the first year. WAKM Mil 111)1 WAKM WASH K, KIN',! WAKM lull) WAKM WIAK JUSt pUSh a button . . . Kelvmalor provi<Jcs the nylil water temperatures! The second button lets you ban: on hut water, and the tuuitli washes your Wash-Wear in Medium Hot water, cooled TWO SPEEDS JUSt flip 3 SWitch . . . Kelv.nalor lets you choose the nyht speed! HI yiveb you the proper wash anil spin speeds tor normal, sturdy fabrics, LO provides the proper wash and spin speeds lor delicates. McFall Plumbing - Heating - Appliance Fenton, Iowa Seneca Stars Plan For 4-H Day, Algona SENECA - Seneca Stars 4-H club met Jan. 23 at the home of Audrey and Kathy Bergum. The group welcomed five new members Into the club. They Include Rosemary Fortney, Collette Stefanskl, Barbara Andre, Carrie Bergum and Karen Jentz. Committees were appointed'to make plans for the window display for Algona 4-H day. Linda Kracht and Kathy Bergum had demonstrations. Kathy Merrill and Ann Fortney had charge of music and Kathy Bergum and Linda Kracht, recreation. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna attended the reception and shower Saturday evening at Fenton, honoring their nephew and new bride, Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel. Mrs. Menz was one of the hostesses and also poured. Anna Menz carried the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn attended the Grain Dealers Convention in Des Moines the early part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Menke were honored at a surprise farewell party at their home shortly before they moved to a farm north of Bancroft. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volgt and Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer of Fenton. Denise Godfredson, daughter of the Alvln Godfredsons, who ' has been a patient at Holy Family hospital for several days, was dismissed Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Jentz and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. George Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener honored their son, David, on his seventh birthday, Jan. 14, by having guests for the occasion. Guests Included Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Charley Feye and children. Danny Feye was an overnight guest. Monday evening guests at the Henry Loofts included Mr. and Mrs. Duane Boyken of Woden, and Mr. and Mrs. Haaken Thorson of Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Menke moved recently from the Helmer's farm to a farm in the Bancroft area. Mrs. Marvin Luedtke and Judy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Axel Bratlund of Bancroft to Keister, Minn., Thursday, where they visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy and family were Sunday visitors at the home of the former's parents, the Ed Kennedys, Bancroft. Ed Johnson is a patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He is suffering from a severe attack of flu. Mrs. Herbert Krause is the newly-elected president of the Fenton Town and Country Woman's club. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham received news recently of the birth of a new great grandson, Brian Alan. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyers of Cochrane, Ontario, Canada, are the parents. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Watson of Troy Grove, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Larmon Hattle of Ringsted, accompanied by their son, John, also Pat Knowles of Madelia, Minn., and Mrs. J.Mey- er of Burt, returned recently from a trip to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., where they attended the graduation of George Hattie and Edgar Meyer from combat training, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson of Ringsted were Tuesday visitors at the Melvin Madsens. Mr. Madsen returned home re- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenfen, Iowa fxptritncid EmbQlmtn and Fwntral Directors Rtllablt 24 Howr Ambulant* Funtrol May B« R»f •rrtd To Ui With Confidf net •henet »• « » • • » » » • « » •>* % FINTQN « RJN9STIP 21901 2100* cently from several weeks at the hospital, recuperating from a fall from a ladder at the Quaker Oats warehouse building at Armstrong. Monday dinner guests of the Everett Withams included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gay of Longview, Wash., and Mrs. Thelma Ramus of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kerr of Graettinger were Sunday visitors at the Kenneth Andres. Tuesday callers at the Everett Withams included Mrs. Maude Robinson of Algona, and Mrs. Earl Miller of Spring Valley, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Osborn of Fairmont were Monday evening callers at the Leona Osborn home. _^ The U. S. produced 127,000,j- 000 tons of steel in 1964. SECURITY Ringsted Names Top Students RINGSTED - Twenty-four Ringsted junior and senior^iigh school students were named to the 3.5 average or better honor roll for the second nine weeks period. Honor roll seniors are: Candy Christiansen, Anita Gangestad, Janet George, Sue Glasnapp, Tom Hoien, Karen Jensen, Barbara Thompson. Representing other classes are: Jean Ellerston, Bonnie Nelson,-Mary Twalt, juniors; Marsha Langerman, Darlene Mead, Rhonda Miller, Becky Reed, Duane Sent pull, sophomores; James Ellerston, Chris Gustafson, Deborah Jensen, Linda Jensen, Susan Peterson, freshmen. Also, Jeff Graham, Cindy Johnson, Carol Sorenson, eighth graders, and Mark Langerman, seventh grade. 100 Dr. E. J. Cole of Woodbine celebrated his 100th birthday January 24th there. Me was in general practice of medicine there for 55 years until his retirement and one who served his community and Its people throughout his life. He served on the school board for more than 20 years, on the Woodbine town council and three terms as state representative from Harrison County. A family reunion of 15 members was held to help him celebrate his 100th birthday. CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here'to serve. This meant n*t only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposit* Insured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurant* Cera. First Trust & FENTON OFFICE Fenton — Armstrong Savings Bank PRIEBE'S in Fenton ROYAL BLUE STARTS FEB. 4 IT'S THE "SAVING OF THE GREEN" THIS WEEK TOMATO cruicr CANS SALMON- #* »* *i COOKIES PACK IN FRIENDLY FiNTON, IA.

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