The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 12
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FEBRUARY 25,1965 ifeniwi Published By th« Upp*r D«* MoinM Publlihlne Co., Aleona, law< JIAN PRIEBE N«wt Editor 10—Algona, (let.) Upper DC* Molne« Thursday, Feb. 25, 1965 Fenton Host To Walther League Zone Workshop FENTON -TheWaltherLeagup of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, was host Sunday afternoon and evening at a Winter Workshop for the Algona zone of the Walther League. The program was opened with devotions presented by the Lotts Creek Walther League. Glen Hantelman, Fenton, president of the zone, was moderator for the program. The theme for the workshop was presenting the value of committee work In planning special programs. The purpose was to give the Leaguers something to work uith in their own leagues, and to teach them how to work on committees and how to use committee work to the best advantage. Leaguers took notes and asked questions. A play was presented by the host league, In which the Doctrine of Justification by Faith was made more meaningful to the young people. Craig Borchardt was narrator and actors were Marilyn Alt, Lowell MR. FARMER: WE CAN HELP! Don't let opportunity slip through your fingers. Let us help give you the financial assist you need, for any worthwhile purpose. Full loan services "from the ground up" . . . low interest ratesl FIRST TRUST cW SAVINGS BANK ARMSTRONG OfrKt Av FENTON Anyone can get Beautiful Results with this enamel... Loohs and washes like baked enamel FOR KITCHEN AND BATHROOM WALLS AND WOODWORK THROUGHOUT YOUR HOME. WE HAVE ALL THE NEW COLORS. Stoeber Hardware Mueller, Mark Berkla^d, Danny- Kern, Perry Elmers, Vickie Elmers, Renee Voettler, Robert Krause, Phil Ruger and Margaret Bierstedt. The Leaguers were ilso instructed In the fuctions and responsibilities of the League's offices. Rev. Paul Sotm, Paulllna, the youth advisor for Iowa District West, spoke to the counselors and pastors on "Goals for Counseling". The counselors of the Fenton group are Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Ervtn Borchardt and Rev. Rex Splcer. Supper was served by some of the mothers of the St. John's members. They were Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Mrs. Bennie Berkland. After the supper meal, a recreational training period was held, in which the Whlttemore Leaguers taught the group games which they can use In their own meetings. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwlefel had as Sunday dinner pests Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Hammerstrom and Dean of Laurens. Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Zwlefel and Jerome Zwlefel, Mankato. Sunday afternoon callers were Mrs. Emma Weisbrod and Robert Welsbrod, Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen attended the statewide Booster Meeting and Rally of the Rural Letter Carriers and Ladies Auxiliary in Des Moines on Saturday*. Mrs. Dagmar Newel of Algona, Mrs. Honsen's mother, spent the weekend in Fenton with Randa, Roger and Martha. On Sunday, the Hansons visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pefferman and family in Grinnell. Mrs. Pefferman is Arnold's sister. The U-Deal-Em Bridge Club met Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Larry Alt's. Prizes went to Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Harold Wehrspan and Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Mrs. Albert Mitchell entertained Monday afternoon at a coffee party. Guests were Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and Lori, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mrs. Ervln Ruhnke, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. Oscar Sorenson, Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mrs. Robert Burkgren Bradley, Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Mrs. Ernest Berkland. The occasion was Mrs. Mitchell's birthday. Guests of Mrs. Shirley Zumach for Debbie's eleventh birthday last Thursday were Cindy Voigt and Karen Berkland. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall, Mrs. Ervln Ruhnke and Patty and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berkland in Fort Dodge. They celebrated Cheryl Berkland's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn attended a dealer's convention Sunday at the St. Paul Auditorium in St. Paul. Mrs. E. K. Johnson was hostess of the Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club last week. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Walter Krause and Mrs. Fred Jentz. Prizes went to Mrs. Wegener and Mrs. Jentz, and to Mrs. Webber Yager. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanlfan of Toledo, Iowa spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson. Sunday dinner guests of the Johnsons besides the Hanlfans were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family. Ole Pederson celebrated his birthday on Friday, February 19. Thirty-two relatives and friends called at the Pederson home during the afternoon and evening. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber visited with Mrs. Russell Byers, Swea City, Friday afternoon, and they attended the 70th anniversary of the Baptist Women's Guild. Mrs. Stoeber's mother was a charter member of the Guild. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber visited Mrs. John Munch and Mrs. Zimmerman at the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville Sunday afternoon. Peggy Voigt spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahler, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pettit, and "Peanuts" Kollasch leu Sunday for a week's trip to Nevada and Arizona. Mrs. Florence Saxton and Pete Saxton moved last Thursday to the home they recently purchased in Featon. The farm they vacated will soon be occupied by the Jack Tieman fainUy of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg. 60 Ribbons For Sentral Grade Band Members FENTON - The 60 Sentral Community school students from grades 5, 6, 7, and 8 who participated Saturday in the annual Grade School Invitational Band Festival at Mason City came home with 44 blue and 16 red awards for their solos. There were also four brass ensembles, one percussion ensemble, and one woodwind ensemble entered. These six groups also won blue, or "1" ratings. The festival had originally been scheduled for Feb. 13, but was postponed one week because of the weather. There were 2,589 entries this year. The Sentral students were accompanied to Mason City by the high school band director, Warren Jones, and the grade school music director, LeRoy Bras. They also had three pianists, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs. Warren Jones and Mary Lou Larson. Sentral was scheduled to have 61 solo entries, but one, Beth Ann Feye, was withdrawn because of illness. The students winning "1" ratings for their solos were: Eighth graders - Mary Dawn Eldridge, Paula Weiner, James Ruhnke, Mary Ohnemus, Linda Kracht, Mike Jackson, Carl Priebe, Cathy Bergum and Ann Fortney; Seventh graders - Rhonda Kern, Craig Finnestad, Linda Sunde, Bruce Gerhardt, Lynette Johnson, Kathryn Jensen, Diane Uthof, Danny Kennedy, Ricky Johanneson, Douglas Nyman, James Breese, Darrell Nyman, Bob Dreyer, John Shaw and Greg Jones; Sixth graders - Cindy Blanchard, Ann Krause, Janet Holcomb, Steve Cherland, Rose Householder, Judy Angus, Steven Newbrough, Michael Berkland, Tommy Votteler, Jan Newel, Lee Dreyer and George Merrill; and Fifth graders - Steve Fischer,. Rosemary Fortney, Paula Berk- land, Gene Miller, Laurie Marlow, Wayne Gerhart, Dennis Willie rg and Myron Cyphers. The sixteen students winning "2" ratings for their solos were eighth graders Leonard Hassel, Theresa Kennedy and Cindy Lockwood; seventh graders Sharon Sanders, Diane Luedtke, Jean Hammerstrom, Mark Voigt, David Brekke and Kevin Brace; sixth graders Patricia Huskamp, Evelyn Bierstedt, Arlen Nyman, Keven Johnson and Richard Dreyer; and fifth graders Roger Henriksen and Johnny Nyman. Fenton Auxiliary Offers Hospital Mattress Use FENTON - Mrs. John Walte, president of the Fenton chapter of the American Legion Auxiliary announced the purchase by the group of a regulation hospital mattress. This purchase makes a total of two hospital beds and one mattress which are available for use free of charge to anyone in the Fenton community who is in need of them. The meeting of the Auxiliary was held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Greinert. It was announced that the group now has its quota of members. There are 16 senior members and 11 junior members, making a total of 27. One dollar was sent to CARE, and a donation of $2.50 was sent to the Clarinda Mental Health Institute. The Auxiliary also voted to send a girl to Iowa Girls State this summer. She will be selected later from the junior class at Sentral Community School. Mrs. Waite and Mrs. Hans Baago attended the county auxiliary meeting at Whlttemore last Tuesday. Golden Wedding For Finnestads At Emmetsburg • . FENTON - <Mr. and Mrs. -Morris Finnestad, Emmetsburg, will observe their golden wedding GRASS SEED Car load of Grass Se»d will b« in this week. We would like you to place your order early so we can supply your needs 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 it limited. Last year we could not fill late orders. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR PROVED... ON OVER 150,000 FARMS! Herd'* protection again** engine-damaging dirt, ntft, acale and water. The American FARM Fu»* FINAL/FILTER* removM the trouble-causing contaminant* thai can form in your storage tank*. Filtered at ieaat 27 time* before delivery, AMERICAN* Brand Gasolines and AMERICAN * PREMIER Die*el Fuel are clean when you get them. Keep them clean with the American FARM FUELS FINAL/FILTER, •TftAPIMAHK fAT. flNOtNG JIM MEYER Fenton — Phone 26 Standard Oil Tank Wagon Service anniversary in the Bethany Lutheran church parlors, Emmetsburg, with open house from 2 to 5 p. m. on Sunday, February 28. All relatives and friends are invited. The couple request no gifts. No other invitations are being sent. Jim Gowans On Dean's List FENTON - James A. Gowans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gowans, rural Cylinder, was on the dean's list at Ft. Dodge Junior College for the first semester of the current school year. Only eight of the 700 students enrolled at Ft. Dodge had grade point averages of 3.5 or over and made the dean's list. Gowans' average was 3.71 for the first semester. Gowans was a 1959 graduate of Sentral high school, and served In the Air Force before entering Junior College. Churches Plan Lenten Services FENTON - Three Lutheran churches in the Fenton area have scheduled special services for the Lenten season. St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will hold servicesThurs- day evenings at 7:30 p. m. beginning March 4 and continuing through Holy Week. St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, will have their Lenten services on Thursday evenings at 7:30 p. m. from March 4 to April 15. The topic of the services will be "Glimpses of Jesus in the Old Testament". There are six pastors who will exchange pulpits for these services. St. Luke's Lutheran church, Falrville, will hold services on Wednesday evenings at 7:30p. m. beginning on March 3 and continuing through Holy Week. The subject of the Lenten services will be "Characters of the Passion". George Hendee built the first American motorcycle* in 1902. 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