The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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jtp.--~ f MARCH 4,1965 Published By TM Uppir 0«» PobU*hing Co., Algona, l JEAN PRIEBE N«w» Editor 14 Students Of Sentral Win Speech Firsts FENTON - Fourteen students from Sentral Consolidated High School won first division ratings Saturday in the district speech contest at Boone Valley, Iowa, and will compete in the state contest. Twenty-one second division ratings were also awarded. Sentral had 33 students competing In the district contest this year, with two students entering more than one division. The students placing first we re Marilyn Alt tor dramatic reading, Douglas Kadlng and Kathryn Ditsworth for orations, Kathryn Schadendorf for story telling, and Ervin Root and Gary Rath for radio speaking. Also placing first was a play reading, "Tom Sawyer Wins Out", which included Allen Hall, Brian Menz, Robert Krause, Cheryl Jensen, Cheryl Krause, Mary Lou Larson, Rita Luedtke, and Dale Eldridge. Students placing second were Audrey Bergum, Rachel Hurlburt, and Ivadelle Tletz for Interpretive reading of poetry, Phyllis Cherland, Dennis Uthof, and Linda Knoll for interpretive reading of prose, Robert Krause for original oratory, Mary Emily Melnke and Mollie Blanchard for dramatic declamations, Judy Kraft for oratorical declamation, Randa Hansen, Bonnie Crouch and Jill Blanchard for humorous declamations, Renae Voetteler for story telling, and Janet Hammerstrom for radio speaking. The one act play, "Antic Spring" received a "2" rating. Its cast included Bill Hassel, Andrea Stefanski, Allen Hall, Mike Hassel, Carol Zumach and Becky Hantelman. The state speech contest will be held March 19 and 20 at Sioux City. Sentral 1 s speech director isJMrs. Jon Johnson. 4-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molntt Thursday, Mareb 4, 196S Fenton Host To Youth Rally FENTON - The Fenton Methodist Youth Fellowship was host Sunday afternoon for a sub-district rally. Forty-eight young people attended from the Senior M. Y. F. of 10 area churches. Mr. Allen Stone of Morningside College spoke to the group on the challenge to youth. A film, "One Love, Conflicting Faith", was viewed as part of the program. Discussion groups were formed to study the film. 16 At Fenton T-C Meeting FENTON -The Town and Country Women's Club of Fenton heard a book report by Mrs. Dale Wels- brod at their meeting Tuesday night. The report was based on the book "Angel at her Shoulder" by Kenneth L. Wilson. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. John Waite, with Mrs. Ervin Borchardt as co- hostess. Sixteen members were present. In March, the group will hear a talk by Pearl Gahuman of the Philippines, who Is a foreign student living in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre entertained Mr, and Mrs. Ole Pedersen of Fenton at dinner Sunday at their home. Depew Lutheran Women Present A Mission Skit FENTON - The American Lutheran Church Women of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon in the parish house. Devotions were led by Rev. Oliver Johnson. The cause of the month was American Missions. A skit was presented on them and was Introduced by Mrs. Ernest Berkland. Taking part In the skit were Mrs. Kenneth Cody, Mrs. Oscar Berkland, Mrs. Telman Egland, and Mrs. Herman Norland. The group viewed a film on the Martin Luther Home, a home for retarded children in Beatrice, Nebraska. Special music was played by Mrs. Ted Jensen on the musical saw. She was accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Osborn. Give Farewell Courtesies To Seneca Folks SENECA - Mr. and Mrs,. Donald Cronk and family were honored at a fare-well surprise party at their home Tuesday evening when neighbors dropped in for the evening. Cards were played at seven tables with high prizes being won by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard, low prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Fortney and Ervin Votteler and travel by Mrs. Fred Johannesen. A pot-luck lunch was served at the conclusion. The honored couple waspresentedwithapurse of money as a farewell gift. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. GeM, BpjiigjJto.^nd Cecil Baldwin, MrTanaMrsTC. 0. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollig, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binzen, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fortney, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bernhard, Mrs. Alfred Petersen,Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham. Others who were unable to attend included Joe Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. William Dorsey, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Witham, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. CronkDlan.- s . ^ . • i 11 ' %_•. A" ned to move Friday to the east of Armstrong vacated by the former's brother, Melvin, who has retired from farming, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Breese were honored at a farewell party at their home at the Lewis Breese farmstead Tuesday evening. They left Thursday afternoon for California and expect to find employment at Anaheim. Jerry is also making plans to continue his education and get a degree in electronics. Jerry has been helping his father on the farm and his wife, Sandra, has been doing secretarial work at Sentral high school. Enjoying the courtesy included Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner, Bob Hannlsch and Dwane Johannesen. The evening's entertainment was cards with prizes won by Claude Johnson and Mrs. Ray- mond Gardner, and low by Elmer Hannlsch and Mrs. Lewis Breese. The couple was presented with a purse of money as a fare-well gift, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg were Friday callers at the Ole Pedersen home at Fenton in observance of Mr. Pedersen's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the parents E. K. Johnson home at Fenton. They also visited with the former's father, Walter Vaudt, Whittemore, later in the afternoon. Seneca progressive Farmer's 4H Club had good attendance at their annual card party held Saturday evening at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. "500" was played at 19 tables with high prizes being won by Ordean Kabrlck and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard. Mrs. Claude Johnson and Bob Lynch won the low prizes and Art Kabrlck, travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener have made several trips to the Estherville Holy Family hospital this past week visiting the latter's father, Ernest Mueller, who submitted to surgery on a foot Tuesday morning. Reports are that he is recuperating satisfactorily and expected to be released from the hospital on Friday. Mrs. Anna Presthus of Algona, and Martin Wllberg of Fenton, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft to High Lake Thursday where they were dinner guests at the Chrlstena Vahldieckhome. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener attended funeral services for Wilfred Mueller, 54, of Ringsted Tuesday afternoon at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel and sons visited at the Carl Duer home at Ringsted Sunday afternoon in observance of the Duer's forty-seventh wedding anniversary. Sunday guests at the Bertha Olsen home, included Mrs. Joe Ellens, ,Mrs. Bertha Brighten and Mrs. Edith Anderson of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin and Tommy Nielsen were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Stella Nolan and her mother, Mrs. Joe Ellens, Mrs. Bertha Brighten and Mrs. Edith Anderson of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin and Tommy Nielsen were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Stella Nolan and her mother, Mrs. J. 0. Pedersen. The occasion was Mrs. Nolan's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Dwane and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg attended the wedding of Ingred Teresko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Finnestad of Fenton, and Tom Henry, son of the Simon Henry's of Algona Saturday, Feb. 13, at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona, Mrs. Jerry Wilberg attended her sister as matron of honor. Terry Wilberg, three year old daughter of the Jerry Wilberg's, submitted to a tonsilectomy Monday at Estherville. Mrs. Carrie Jensen of Seneca and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen of Fenton were Wednesday dinner guests of the Henry Loofts. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johannesen of Swea City were Wednesday evening guests of the David Loofts. Mrs. Carrie Jensen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Art Glaus- sen of Swea City to Bradgate Sunday where they were dinner guests at the home of their daughter and sister, the Gene Mad- An Invitation To Attend A GLEANER COMBINE and CORN PLANTER 7;30 P. M, OPEN HOUSE SAT., MARCH i at FENION MOTOR CO. FENTON - On Highway 44 General DUcu«$ion by AlU»-Ca»lraer« Representative 9* narrow width corn planting and newer and more productive combine method*. NOT TOO LENGTHY - BUT MIGHTY IMPORTANT ! COFFEE « DOUGHNUTS AT CONCLUSION sens. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were hosts at "Financing Your Public Services" meetings at their home this past week. Meeting at the Jensen home last Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. John Streucker, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newell. The discussion group meeting at the Henry Looft home included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre, Mr. and Mrs. David Looft, and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt. Calvin Vaudt and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener were unable to attend. The first named group met at the Lyle Newell home on Wednesday evening and the other group will meet Tuesday evening at the Calvin Vaudts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent last weekend with their son and family, the Dick Loofts, at Minneapolis. Joining them for Sunday dinner was Tilda Johannesen, also of Minneapolis. Hardy Scouts On Cookout FENTON - Eighteen of the 21 members of Boy Scout Troop 90 of Fenton went on their second hike and cookout Sunday afternoon. The troop was organized last September and leaders are Don Rawland, Don Priebe, and Ronald Chrischillcs. Co-sponsors of the troop are the Fenton post of the American Legion and the Fenton Fire Department. The five-mile hike was taken along the Des Moines river north of Seneca. Give $90 For Heart Fund The Heart Fund drive in Fenton collected $90.55 during the month of February, reports Mrs. Gus Krause, chairman. Workers who helped in the house-to-house canvass were Mrs. Marvin Ackerson, Mrs. Harlan Mueller, Mrs. Paul Zumach, Mrs. Fred Mortensbn, Mrs. Donald Priebe, Mrs. Marion 1 Stuck! and Mrs. Ray Uthof. Ribs Broken In Fall On Ice FENTON - Albert Mitchell, Fenton, fell a week ago Friday when he slipped on ice by his barn. Two ribs were broken, but they were not detected until last Monday. Mitchell was carrying a pail at the time he slipped, and the ribs were broken when he landed on the pail. Fenton Man, 71, Hurt In Fall ,-A 71-year- old Proton man, Hans Baggo 1* In Holy Family Hospital here after he slipped on the Ice at hl» home and suffered a broken left wrist. Hospital authorities said today his condition Is satisfactory but that he will be hospitalized a few days. Fenton Phone Meeting, Mar. 6 FENTON - The Fenton Cooperative Telephone Company will hold its annual meeting and election of two directors for three-year terms on Saturday, March 6. The meeting will be held in the Fenton Community Center and will begin at l:30p.m. Mrs. Cody Is Club Hostess FENTON - The 4-7 Club met last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gerald Cody. Eight members were present, and they reviewed pictures of club members taken fifteen years ago. The group played bingo and prize winners were Mrs. Adolph Hanson, Mrs. Louis Egemo, and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast. The next meeting of the club will be held at Mrs. Egemo's. Mrs. Lester Theesfleld and Judy, Armstrong, accompanied Mrs. Lloyd Sunde to Minneapolis where they visited Mrs. Sunde's daughter, Nancy, and her husband, Jim Peterson, all last week. Guests at a coffee party Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones. The occasion was Mrs. Wolffs birthday. Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe were Mrs. Ida Butterfield and Mrs. Vivian Butterfield of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. James W. 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