The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1965
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ifenfon Jtepovi tv Senfral Sends Entries To Band Project FENTON - Warren Jones, band director for Sentral high school, has announced that Sentral will send 61 solo entries and six ensembles to the Grade School Invitational Band Festival in Mason City on February 13. The young contestants are from grades 5, 6, 7 and 8. Many will be competing for ratings for the first time. This will be the ninth year the annual festival has been held, sponsored by the North Central Iowa Bandmasters Association. The youngsters compete at many different sites in Mason City. Sentral has been assigned to churches in recent years, and grade school and other public buildings are also used. Experienced musicians are invited to be judges. The Sentral entrants will be accompanied to Mason City by Mr, Jones, Mr. LeRoy Bras, music director for Sentral grade schools, and their accompanists, Mrs. Clayton Dltsworth, Mrs. Warren Jones, and Mary Lou Larson. They plan to travel in two buses. Fenton Opens Town Marshal Applications FENTON - The Fenton Town Council announced at its meeting' Feb. 1 that it will consider applications for the job of town marshal. The marshal is also responsible for street and water maintenance in Fenton. Albert Schwarzenbach, marshal for a number of years, has been battling ill health. ^ :A The Council also issued a building permit to Mrs. Florence Saxton, allowing her to move a building to her property in town. FATHER-SON BANQUET The annual Father-Son banquet to be held in the Fenton Methodist church on Friday, Feb. 12, will feature as the guest speaker, Robert (Red) Norris of Spencer. Mr. Norris is a singer-comedian, and is a member of a nationally known quartet, "The Nubbins". He was at one time a coach in the Fenton school system. The theme of the banquet will be the life of Abraham Lincoln. Tickets are for sale at $1.25 each, and can be purchased from Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, or Mrs. Merle Voigt. -o- NAMED ADVISOR Rev. Rex Spicer, Fenton, has been named the new pastoral advisor for the Lutheran Young Adults of the Algona Zone. There are 12 churches belonging to the zone. The LYA met with Rev. Spicer Tuesday (Feb. 2) evening, at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton. The group is organized for young adults, 18 years of age and older, Devotions were led by Dennis Siefert and Karen Alt. A topic, "Confession", was given by Rev. Spicer and discussed by the group. The officers of the LYA, together with Rev. Spicer, are considering special projects which could be undertaken by the group. -o. NO*; ELECT MRS. NORLAND Mrs. Olaf Norland was elected vice president of St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid on Wednesday (Feb. 3)afternoon. The vacancy was created when the elected president resigned last month and the vice president, Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, was given the presidency. In other business, the women voted not to have a gift exchange at the Christmas party this year, but to donate the money Otherwise used for gifts to a charity. The charity will be chosen later in the par. •_. ^\.... 'i~. fe Devotions I were r on*lhe r 32nd Psalm, and the topic was "The Communion Liturgy". Both were led by Pastor Spicer. • Dining room hostesses were GRASS SEED Car load of Grass Seed will be in this week. We would like you to place your order early so we can supply your needs ' f • :>V of the early best quality seed. For those of you who will use chemicals this year on corn and beans, we need your order as soon as possible as supply is limited. Last year we could not fill late orders. 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Mrs. Leona Osborn and Shirley were Tuesday visitors and overnight guests at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Morgan Tennyson, Truman. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Hunt!!! Ftnt 9 n,lQW« Ftnten, Experienced Embolmen and Funeral Directors Rtlieblt 24 Howr Ambulant* $t*ryl«« Fyntral May &• Referred To Uf With Confidtntt Phentt FINTON 39 RINGSTIO 3100) 3100* 3021* Former Seneca Couple To Be Feted On 35th SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson of Rlngsted will be honored by their children on their 35th wedding anniversary, Feb. 14, with an open house from two until five o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church basement, Ringsted. They are parents of 12 children, including Francis, Titonka; Gordon, Ringsted; and Lyle, Emery, Danny and Connie at home in this area, They have 21 grandchildren, The Culbertsons farmed in the Seneca area before moving to Ringsted 15 years ago, where Mr. Culbertson is employed as a county maintains r. A cordial invitation Is extended to all friends and relatives, -o- Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Petersen were Wednesday supper guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Clarence Cheevers, and helped Susan Cheever celebrate her third birthday. The occasion also marked Mr. and Mrs. Petersen's wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Priest .- of •-: Fort Dodge were Thursday overnite guests at the home of their parents, the Alfred Peter- sens. They visited the 0. R. Pattersons, Ringsted, Friday. Funeral services were held at Bancroft, Monday, for Edvold Johnson, 62, Seneca farmer, who was found dead In his home by his brother, Albert, Thursday morning. The Dwayne Germanns who lived north of Whittemore, have moved to the Helmers farm three miles north of Fenton, recently vacated by the Alfred Menkes. The Menkes moved to a farm north of Bancroft. Mrs.. Gene Priest, the former Dorothy Petersen, Fort Dodge, was honored at a pink and blue shower Thursday at the Free Methodist parsonage fellowship hall at Armstrong. Shirley Osborn returned home after having completed a course on business machines at Mankato Business College, Mankato. She has accepted a position at Railway Motors, Fairmont. Mrs. David Looft and children spent a week at the home of her parents, the Glen Hoppes, Truman. She is recuperating from recent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Witham attended funeral services for Mrs. Henry Schultz of Whittemore, at the First Methodist church at Algona. Mrs. Witham was a hostess at the dinner served for the family the day of the funeral at the Good Hope church by the Mother and Daughter's club. Dennis Wilberg, son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Wilberg is carrying his left arm In a cast and sling as a result of a fail at the Fenton school. Dennis fell from one of the bars and suffered a broken bone, He Shower Honors Bride-To-Be At Fenton FENTON - About 50 guests and hostesses honored Ingrid Teresko with a bridal shower on Sunday, Feb. 7, at the home of Mrs. Norman Finnestad. Mrs. Duella Cody opened the program with devotions. Taking part in the program were Craig Finnestad with selections on his chord organ, and Mrs. Norman Finnestad with a reading. Miss Renee Voettler sang "Easter Parade" and "Sugar Time" and was accompanied by Mrs. Tony Kahler. A skit featuring many different hats was presented by Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Bancroft, as narrator. Taking part in the skit were Lynnette and Sherri Boettcher and Debbie Johannesen. Assisting the bride-to-be with her gifts were her sister, Mrs. Jerry Wilberg, and Mrs. Ferdie Mueller, Jr. Monika Teresko registered the guests. Miss Teresko was also honored at a shower in Algona Saturday evening, at the home of Mrs. Jack Henry. There were about 27 guests attending, including Mrs. Virgil Finnestad and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg of Fenton. The group played Bingo. Ingrid Teresko and Tom Henry of Algona will be married Saturday morning, February 13, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, Senecons Are Called By Death Of Kinfolks SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum were called to Marion, 'Iowa, Saturday by the sudden death of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack Jensen. Mrs. Jensen, who was 42 years of age, died of a cerebral hemorrhage. She had been ill and hospitalized since before Christmas. Funeral services were held at Marion after which the body was taken to Mount Carmel, 111. for burial. - o James Bergum and Jolleen Mueller, students at Mankato Business College, spent the weekend with their respective parents, the Raymond Bergums and the Roy Muellers. Mrs. Lena Osborn was a Sunday overnight guests at the home of her son, the Larry Osborns, Fairmont. Marilyn Johannesen who teaches at Milwaukee, Wise, spent a few days with her parents, the Fred Johannesens. She was recuperating from a recent tonsilectomy. David Looft spent Sunday at the Glen Hoppe home at Truman and was a guest at a birthday dinner honoring his wife, his year old son, Scottie, and his own birthday anniversary. Mrs. Looft and Brian, who had spent the past two weeks there, returned home with him. Mrs. Jerry Wilberg accompanied her mother, Mrs. Virgil Finnestad and her sister, Ingred, to Algona Saturday night where they were guests at a bridal shower honoring Ingred, whose marriage to Tom Henry of Algona will be solemnized on Saturday, Feb. 13. Mrs. Jerry Wilberg helped her sister open the gifts. Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg attended a bridal shower honoring Ingred Teresko at the Norman Finnestad home near Cylinder Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Osborn and children of Carroll, Iowa, visited at the parental Russel Kauffmans and the Clarence Osborns over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch and Bonnie drove to Ida Grove Sunday where they attended baptismal services for their little grandson, Jeffrey Earl, at the First Methodist church there. They were dinner guests at the Robert Crouch home in honor of the event. Mrs. Clarence Osborn was hostess to the Marlys circle of the WSCS of the Methodist church of Fenton on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp of Fenton was co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Streucker spent Saturday night with the latter's father, Walter Vaudt, of Whittemore. The Calvin Vaudts spent Sunday with him. Weekend guests of the Everett Withams included their daughter and grandson, Mrs. Pete Helmers and Tony of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thiel of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronk attended funeral services for the former's brother, George Patterson, held at Cedar Falls on Monday. Mr, Patterson passed away at Humanszielle, Missouri on Wednesday evening. Bancroft Man Wed Feb. 6, Algona Church BANCROFT - ^'onita Spear, Graetlinger, became' the bride of William Vaske in a wedding performed Saturday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. A reception was held from 1 to 4 at the K. C. Hall following the ceremony. Both Mr. and Mrs. Vaske are employed at Algona. SHOWER HONORS A bridal shower was held Sunday in St. John's church hall for Mary Lou Elsbecker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Elsbecker, who will become the bride of Donald Haydon, Mankato, Minn. Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. John's Catholic church for Thomas W. Garry, Bancroft, andAdriannaLuchessi, Chicago. The wedding will take place in Chicago. Wherever he travels, the President has the world's fastest and most reliable communications available. Insect Control Talk, Feb. 17 Farmers are invited to hear Harold Stockclale, Extension Entomologist from Iowa State University, discuss soil insect and corn borer control at two meetings on Wednesday, February 17, reports Galen DeValois, County Extension Director. The afternoon meeting will be at 2:00 p.m. at the V. F. W. Hall in Algona and at 7:30 p.m. at night at the Swea City High School. The evening program is in cooperation with the Vocational Ag Department at Swea City. Proper and timely insect control is very important to net profits for a corn grower, stresses DeValois. Thursday, Feb. 11, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r Dct Moine«-7 VIVID COLOR PICTURE Mot« People Own RCA VICTOR Than \ Any Other Television, f Th« ENCBCRG Mirk 10 SniM GF-7JT St* lu>>« (ovtr«ll dumtltf) 219 13. 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