The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 5
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Seneca Girl A Finalist In Essay Contest SENECA - Mary Lynch, 17 year-old daughter of the Robert Lynchs, was selected as one of the three finalists in the RE A Essay contest. Mary, her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch, were guests at a dinner Tuesday night at the Gardston Hotel at Estherville, where Mary will enter the final competition when the winner of the contest will be selected. Mary is a junior at the St. John's high school at Bancroft. AT MINNESOTA RITES Several Senecans attended funeral services for Mrs. Albin Nelson of Apache Junction, Ariz., held Saturday at Center City, Minn. Mrs. Nelson died Wednesday morning in Arizona. Relatives and friends attending the services "included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Leininger and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Leininger of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neuman of Grove City, Minn., also Jane Streucker of Fairmont, Minn., Vernon Wilberg of Minneapolis, and Mr. Nelson's daughter, Pearl, of Broomfield, Colorado. Enroute home the Henry Wil- bergs visited with the Robert Berklands who live in Minneapolis. Mrs. Paul Schwandt and girls of Williams, Iowa, spent a couple of days this week visiting at the Henry Wilbergs. Mrs. Alfred PetersenandMrs. Clarence Cheever of rural Ringsted were co-hostesses at a jewelry party at the former's home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ted Jensen, president of the Blakjer Lutheran Church Women and Mrs. John Johannesen were named as delegates to attend the Convention of the American Lutheran Church Women which will be held Friday, April 30, at the First Lutheran church at Britt, Iowa. IlAnn Lynch, 1 ; daughter of the" Robert Lynchs, was confirmed at the St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft on Tuesday morning. Dinner guests at the Lynch home in honor of the event included Mrs. Charles Nelson and Mrs. Wayne Sewell, both of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Victor Dreyer and daughter were coffee guests. Thursday supper guests at the Lawrence Ullenswangs included an uncle and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McKnight and a cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McKnight. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Be rgum and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of thelatter's brother and family, the Reuben Johnsons, rural Ringsted. The dinner honored the Johnson son, Donald, who was confirmed at the St. John's Lutheran church, rural Ringsted. There were 30 guests at the family dinner in honor of the occasion. were of Susan's work and surroundings. Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth was hostess, and was assisted by Mrs. Emil Weisbrod. Frequent Visitor At Fenton Dies In Arizona FENTON - Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Center City, Minnesota for Mrs. Albin E. Nelson of Apache Junction, Arizona. Mrs. Nelson died last Wednesday morning following a lingering illness. The Nelsons have made their home in Arizona for a number of years but have spent most of the summer months with relatives and friends in the Fenton and Ringsted area and in Minnesota. Mrs. Nelson is survived by her husband Albin, a brother in California, and several step-children. Those attending the funeral from Fenton were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson. Albin Nelson returned to Fenton and will spend several days with relatives before leaving for Arizona. His daughter, Mrs. Ray Albrandt of Denver, Colo., who came for the funeral, is also spending some time visiting in the Fenton and Ringsted area before returning home. Tuesday Or. and Mrs. W. W. Jolley and Judy visited with his mother, Mrs. W. W. Jolley in Ottumwa. Mrs. Paul Schwandt and children of Williams, Iowa, visited Monday and Tuesday in the Henry Wilberg home. SHOW N. Y. FAIR SLIDES Rev, Cleo Kautsch of Whittemore showed slides of his visit to the 1964 New York World's Fair on Tuesday evening to the members of the Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton. During the business meeting, contributions were made of $10 to the Lutheran Hour and of $25 to the church's library board for the purchase of new books. Hosts were Mr.andMrs.Ervin Borchardt and Mr.andMrs.Emil Bierstedt. has been hired as ninth and tenth grade English teacher in the Sentral high school. The only vacancy left to fill on the Sentral school's teaching staff is that of industrial arts teacher. Thursday, April 29, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper be* Molnw-S Mrs. Bierstedt To Head Fenton Womens Club FENTON - Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt was chosen Wednesday J oevenlng to .)» president of the 'Fenton Women's Club for the next year. Other new officers elected at the meeting are Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, vice president; Mrs. Ed Meyer, secretary; Mrs. Ed Bruhn, treasurer; and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen, historian. William Hantelman showed slides taken by his daughter, Susan, who is a nurse in a hospital in Eket, Nigeria. The slides The Senior Girls Tea will be held on April 27 at the Algona Hotel. This is an annual event sponsored by the Fenton Town and Country Women's club honoring girls in the graduating class at Sentral Community school. The Town and' Country Women's Club will visit the Kossuth County Home on April 28 with a program and lunch. Three winners of the conservation essay contest sponsored by the Fenton T & C club for sixth graders in the Fenton and Lone Rock schools are to be present at the May meeting, which is to be a buffet supper on May 17 at Mrs. Eugene Huskamp's. The contest winners will read their essays and receive their awards, which are $3 for first. place, $2 for second place and $1 for third. 3 New Faculty Members At Sentral Picked FENTON - Three new teachers have signed contracts during the past week to teach in the Sentral Community school system, Supt. D. G. Keoppel announced on Wednesday. Mrs. R. F. Vaughan of Whittemore has signed to teach first grade in the Fenton elementary school next year. Mrs. Andrew Gowans, who is now teaching first grade, will be the kindergarten teacher at Fenton. _, Mrs. William L. Dorsey, rural-, Bancroft, who is now teaching^ at Lakota, will teach sixth grade at Fenton next year. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, current sixth grade teacher at Fenton, will replace Mrs. Art Priebe as sixth grade teacher in the Lone Rock attendance center, and Mrs. Priebe will fill the vacant position of fifth grade teacher in Lone Rock. Mrs. Rochelle A. Scott of Burt World Religion Study Made By Fenton Club SENECA - Mrs. Ted Jensen was hostess and Mrs. Arne Hansen, co-hostess to the Fenton Town and Country Women's club, last Tuesday afternoon at the Jensen home. Featured on the afternoon's program was a book review on religions of the world, presented by Mrs. Stanley Hansen, a member of the Ringsted club. Mrs. Reno Busch, also a member of the Ringsted club was guest. During the business meeting plans were completed for the Senior Girl's Tea which the club sponsors annually and which will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Algona Hotel at Algona. - o - Harold Gronhovd of Sheffield was a Wednesday after noon caller at the Ted Jensens. Mr. Gronhovd was a former athletic coach at Seneca and is presently teaching at Sheffield. Mr. Gronhovd has accepted a Farm Bureau Insurance position at Mankato and will discontinue the teaching profession. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin of Des Moines were Easter weekend guests at the home of his parents, the Cecil Baldwins. Hans Nielsen, a patient at the Turner Nursing Home at Armstrong joined them Easter day. Easter Sunday dinner guests of the C. 0. Baileys included their daughter and family, the Sheldon Merrills, Jr., of rural Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Patterson of rural Ringsted. Mrs. Clarence Menz entertained at a belated coffee party last Tueday afternoon in observance of her birthday anniversary. Guests included Mrs. C. 0. Bailey, Mrs. Ted Jens'en, Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Mary Paulson of Lone Rock and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassell and sons were Sunday, .dinner,, guests at the Carl Duer home at' Ringsted. Other guests included; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer and family of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. John Pendelton of Kansas City, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs Ordean Grant and family andMargaretNeilsen, all of Pocahontas, spent Easter Sunday at the parental Carl W. Nielsens. Baby Robert Lynch who was Zing into spring! Chevrolet Impal ChffroM Impala Super Sport Coupe—one of tico bnckel-svalnl bi'aiitits for '65. People who buy other big expensive-looking cars get One thing yOU WOn't (big expensive-looking payments) It looks like a big car. And is—by almost any standard you want to apply. Width? Nobody builds a car as much as one inch wider. Length? It grew three inches this year. Roominess? Every closed model s got three inches more shoulder room, front and rear, and more leg and foot room up front too. Luxury? Nice little touches like the look of mellow walnut across the Impala's instrument panel. And big touches. Like the fineness of the same Body by Fisher workmanship that'makes some of Americas most expensive cars look so expensive. How about the rule? Chevrolet engineers took the Jet- smooth one and smoothed it out even niore this year. Also made it more stable by widening the wheel stance. Price? That's where Chevrolets fall way short of the other big expensive-looking cars. But we wouldn't have it any other way. Would you? One last question: How soon can you make a good spring buy on a Chevrolet? One last answer: Just as soon as you can get down to your Chevrolet dealer's. HIGH TIME TO TRADE AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S Zing into spring in 9 new Chevrolet, Chevelle, Corvair, Chevy Hor Corvette KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY hospitalized several days at the Holy Family hospital suffering with a severe case of the croup is home again. Little Robert is feeling much better. Easter Sunday guests at the Francis Sullivans included their daughter, Shirley, who spent the week here from the Briar Cliff College at Sioux City. Mrs. William Dorsey, who has been teaching at Lakota, has accepted a position teaching the sixth grade at Fenton this next year. Mrs. R. F. Vaughan of Whitte- moi-p will teach first grade in Fenton and Mrs. Andrew Gowans who is now teaching first grade will be the kindergarten teacher at Fenton. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, current sixth grade teacher at /enton, will replace Mrs. Art Preibe as sixth grade teacher at Lone Rock and Mrs. Priebe will fill the vacant position of fifth grade teacher. Mrs. Rochelle Scott of Burt has been hired as ninth and tenth grade English teacher at Sentral high school. ,LOYAL CITIZEN Rudy Daake, Rockford's loyal citizen, has for 25 years raised the American flag over the city park there and lowered it at sundown every day. He plans to continue this duty even at the age of 73. 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