The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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Post-Nuptial Honors, Dennis Kennedys SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kennedy were honored at a wedding reception Sunday, April 4, at the Legion Hall at Bancroft with 100 in attendance. Mrs. Kennedy is the former Kathryn MC Pheanon of Nova Scotia. Dennis is the son of the Ed Kennedys, former Seneca residents now living in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kennedy were hosts and Nancy Kennedy registered guests. Mrs. James Kennedy of Seneca had charge of the gifts. The wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Albert Kahler and Mrs. Micheal Kennedy served the punch. Mrs. Tony Kahler served the coffee. • The wedding cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. Leo Crowley of Seneca. The Kennedys were married March 13 in California where Dennis was w^th the Air Force for six months. They are now at home at Kincheloe, Michigan at the Air Force Base. - o Mr. and Mrs.AlvinGodfredsen have named their little twin sons, Ronald and Robert. They were born March 31 at Holy Family Hospital. Seneca friends of Mrs. Carrie Jensen will be interested in knowing that she has been released from Holy Family Hospital at Estherville and is living in the Balmer Nursing Home at Estherville. Mrs. Jensen fell at Seneca and suffered a broken right wrist and a cracked collar bone. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Lium are parents of a 7 pound 5 ounce baby girl born Sunday April 4 at Estherville. The little girl has a brother, Bryon, and two sisters, Lori and Debbie. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen honored their daughter, Debbie, on her seventh birthday anniversary by having her friends for a party after school. Guests included Janet Laabs, Penny and Kandis Olsen of Lotts Creek, Cindy and Marcia Kabrick, Karol Jensen, Ann Foster, and Nancy Dugan of Lone Rock. .. Marilyn Johannesen Nolander of Milwaukee will be honored at a bridal shower Saturday afternoon, April 17, at the Seneca Luth- eran Church basement. The program will be given at two o'clock. This is the shower which was postponed due to weather conditions in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick honored their daughter, Marcia, on her birthday anniversary, April, by having her little friends in for a party after school. Guests included Carol Hansen, Debbie Johannesen, Janet Laabs, Karol Jensen, Penny and Kandis Olsen, Nancy Dugan, and Ann Foster. Mrs. John Johannesen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johannesen and daughter, Lori, to Minneapolis one day last week. They were supper guests of Tilda Johannesen. Mrs. Henry Looft was hostess at a "Quilting bee" at her home this past week. Quilters included Mrs. Charles Beaver, Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. August Nelson, Miss Bertha Olsen, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. Leona Osborn, and Mrs. Ole Pedersen. Mr. Pedersen was a coffee guest. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Algona. Balkjer Lutheran church woman will meet this week Thursday at the church meeting room Hostesses will be Mrs. Amey Cherland and Mrs. Odey Cherland. Bible Study and devotions will be given by Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Fred Johannesen. Mrs. Henry Brown of Estherville was a recent guest at her daughter's, Mrs. Charles Beaver. Mr. andMrs. Larry Osborn and Shirley Osborn of Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Leona Osborn. * Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Luedtke and family were Sunday visitors at the Axel Bratlund home at 1 Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin entertained Saturday at a party in honor of Tommy Neilsen's birthday anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England and Mrs. Arne Rovn of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard are parent's of a baby boy born Thursday, April 8, at St. Ann hospital at Algona. He weighed 8 pounds and one half ounce and has been named Matthew Peter. Little Matthew has three bor- thers and four sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch have a baby daughter born on Saturday April 1, at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mrs. Fred Johannesen was Water Ebbs, Dump Road Reopens SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sundc Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - lUmodftling PHONE 125 or 17 Ftnton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Rutke DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T.V Sales & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fen!on ' lowa o Delicious ^••7-^VJ ReadyioServe A tasty and colorful combination of fresh cartoU,celery, cabbage,onion*, sweet red ball peppersand parsley pit* fineflavored ffi COTTAGE CHEESE Now . . - available in food markets throughout North Central lowa Fenton Teacher Injured FSTIH- HVII.I K - A Fenton school thp.u liPi injured Frulay Uicvtilup, HI .( t*o-c.iv arciflout thrr'O n.ih". of Mrs. Joliii (I>,\'.viO Stnirkpr, 41, was .Hmitti'il to lloh Family with <ip\ ITC l.ic-pr.i- tions to tlu chin .mil ti p.itpd and rclcasprl. Morp tlian.i do/pti stitches were needed to close the- cut and Mrs. Strueker also lost four lower front teeth and had bruises to the i»u knee. The acr idpnt happened about 8 a.m. as Mrs. Strucrkrr was drhing to thp Ringstocl School. There w,is a heavy log and her car .struck the side of a cat driven by Frances O'Brien, f>2, of Whittemore, who had stopped for a school bus. Mrs. O'Brien was not injured. The accident was investigated by H.irry Hanson, Arni- trong marshal, and Deputy Sheriff Robert Knox of Fsther- ville. No charges were filed. Thursday, Apr!! 15, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r D«s Moin«t-7 drawn for attendance prize. She was not present so 4 prizes are to he drawn for at the next meeting, May 3. Mrs. Mary Bluml was brought home Wednesday from Carroll where she had spent several weeks with relatives following her release from St. Ann hospital where she had medical treatment of injuries sustained in a fall on ice. WESLEY I — = By Mrs. Viola Studer |f Circle 2 of St. Josephs Guild served a 6:30 dinner in the parish hall Tuesday evening. A film "The new Liturgy" was shown. Mrs. Andrew Reising's name was Hey, Kids... come in and see our Giant Real live EASTER BUNNY He'll be here in person on FRIDAY — 4 - 9 P. M. SATURDAY — Noon - 5 P. M. Free Gifts to all children accompanied by parents. hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. John Johannesen will be the May hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and family, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Bergum, Mr. and Mr s.Raymond Bergum and family, also Jolleen Mueller and James Bergum ol Ma&kato were Sunday dinner guests at the William Petticords in honor of Mrs. Petticord'sbir- thday anniversary. 35 Sentral Hi One Ratings, Music Contest FENTON - Thirty-five Sentral Community School entries were awarded Division One ratings Saturday in the State Solo and Ensemble Music Contest at. Arm- ;r strong, while 16 other fcriiries i from the Fenton school received Division Two awards. In the vocal music section, eight Sentral soloists and seven small groups won the Division One ratings, and three soloists and one vocal group placed second. The vocal soloists winning firsts were David Peter and Gary Rath, tenors; Mary Lou Larsen, Carol Zumach,andRennaeVoett- eler, treble high; Nadine Weisbrod and Rita Luedtke, treble low; and Dale Eldridge, baritone. Vocal soloists placing second were James Jones, baritone; Becky Hantelman, treble low; and David Matthiesen, bass. Five instrumental soloists, one piano solo, and 14 instrumental groups were awarded One ratings, while seconds were given to six instrumental soloists and six instrumental groups. Soloists winning firsts were Kathryn Bierstedt, clarinet; James Jones, baritone sax; Mary Lou Larsen, bass clarinet; James Wiener, snare drum; Rodney Jensen, cornet; and Kathryn Ditsworth, piano. Instrumental soloists placing second were James Jones, alto sax; Gary Rath, baritone; Dale Eldridge and David Matthiesen, trombone; and Elaine Schlei and Cheryl Krause, flute. Music directors at Sentral are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones. Fenton Easter Week Services Announced FENTON - The Fenton Methodist Church will hold a special Thursday evening service this week, starting at 7:30 p.m. It will be a Tenebrae-Communion service by candlelight (Tenebrae meaning shadow) during which the candles will be extinguished and then relit. There will be special choir singing and scripture readings. The Methodist Youth Fellowship will conduct a 6 a.m. Easter Sunrise Service for the M. Y. F. members and their guests, with a breakfast following. The regular Sunday morning worship service will begin at 9:30 a.m. - o St. John's Lutheran Church o! Fenton will hold an evening service and communion at 7:30 p.m. on Maundy Thursday. Good Friday services will begin at 7:30 p.m. this year, so business people may join in the worship. Sunrise Services on Easter morning will begin at 6 a.m., with the youth of the church taking part. A trumpet introduction, will be played by Margret Bierstedt and Leslie Luedtke, and the youth choir will sing. Regular worship services will be held at 10 a.m., with the Adult Choir presenting Easter music. - o St. John's Lutheran Church of Depew will have a Communion service on Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Sunrise Services and breakfast will begin at 6:30 a.m. on Easter, with the Walther Leaguers in charge. The Easter worship service will begin at 10:30. Ladies Aid To Aid Hospital In Nigeria FENTON - Members of the Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, voted Wednesday afternoon (April 7) to make a project for the next year of supplying hospital needs to the missionary hospital in Eket, Nigeria. Susan Hantelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman of Fenton, is a nurse at the Eket Hospital. A committee was formed to organize a Sewing Day at the church, when Aid members will make binders, diapers, and other items for the hospital. Mrs. Walter Jentz was named to receive information from the Lutheran Home Finding Society at Fort Dodge, and to report on it to the Ladies Aid. The Aid gave $5 to the Lutheran Hour. The topic for the meeting. The Communion Liturgy, was given by Rev. Rex Spicer. Hostesses were Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Mrs. Nina Kracht. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. William Hantelman and Mrs. Walter Jentz. Goodwill Pickup On Saturday FENTON - The final phase of the Fenton Boy Scout "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" will take place this Saturday, April 17, when the Scouts under Scoutmaster Donald Priebe will gather the "GoodTurn Day" bags from the homes in Fenton where they left them last Saturday. , These bags of clothing, bedding, shoes, household articles, toys and electrical appliances will then be stored for deli very to the Goodwill Industries. The Scouts request that contributions be set out on the front step by 1 p.m., as they will not ring door bells. If your home was missed last Saturday with a bag, please put your contributions in boxes or sacks and have them ready for the pickup by a Boy Scout. IJUJMJJJUUJJIJJIJJI-IJJ rain?... New Lights For Fenton Streets FENTON - Fenton will have new mercury-vapor street lights in its two-block business section, according to a contract approved Monday night, April 5, by the Fenton Town Council. The contract calls for the lights to be installed by the Iowa Power and Light Company, and the Fenton council will pay an additional $21.36 per month. No date has been set for work to begin. Newlyweds Make Home In Maryland FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitsenauer of Fenton announce the marriage on March 13 ol their daughter, Judy, to Roger Baker, son of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Baker, Lone Rock. The wedding service was performed by the Rev, Herbert M. Payne at the First Lutheran Church, Elllcott City, Md. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs, Mike Dunn of Maryland. Both bride and groom were 1964 graduates of Sentral Community High School, Fenton. After graduation, Baker entered the Navy and is now stationed at Balnbrldge, Md., where he Is attending a nuclear power training school. Mrs. Baker was employed »e a switchboard operator by the Fenton Cooperative Telephone Company before her marriage, The couple Is now living at 9? N. Main, Port Deposit, Md. Sentral Senior Play, April 19 FENTON - The Senior Class of Sentral Comnunity School of Fenton will present their class play, "Pillow Talk," on Monday evening, April 19, at 8 p.m, in the school gym, "Pillow Talk," a comedy in three acts, will feature ten boys and twelve girls from the Senior Class, as well as some extras. Varied scene settings will be used, including a telephone office, a New York City street, a night club, a restaurant, and the basic setting consisting of a divided stage depicting a female interior decorator's apartment and the apartment of a male would- be song writer. The play is directed by Mrs. Jon Johnson, Spend 2 Days In Washington FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lura returned last Thursday evening from a two-day trip to Washington, D.C. where they attended the convention of the National Ass'n of Grain Cooperatives. Mr. Lura, manager ofthe Fenton elevator, was one of four awarded the trip this year as one of the highest shippers of grain the past year. At the convention dinner, Senator Jack Miller of Iowa happened to sit at the same table. The Luras managed to squeeze in some visits to points of historical interest in the area, also. They new both ways, from DesMoines.The trip took four hours. Why it's hard to keep a good thing quiet One woman tells another. And another. And another. Soon the whole town knows that the best thing to happen to wall paint in years is new DA-TEX. Developed by Davis Paint Company, new DA-TEX is far better than 1 old-style latex wall paints because it's Densi-tized. 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