The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 15
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Uf Sentral Rated Tops, Music Contest FENTON - Music students of Sentral Community School, Fenton, won three "1" ratings Saturday In Class C competition in Large Groups State Music Contest at Estherville. The three entries were the Concert Band, Boys' Glee Club, and Mixed Chorus. This was the second consecutive year the band and boys' group received firsts in the judging, and the first time for the mixed chorus. All three groups presented two numbers for the judges. These were the only entries from Sentral. *THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Etnbalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 21007 — 21006 — 60406 Only one other school in Class C competition, Lake Park, received top ratings in all three catagories. Class C consists of schools with from 100 to 200 students in high school. After the results were announced, the Sentral students passed a hat and presented the band and vocal directors, Mr.and Mrs. Warren Jones, with apurse so they and their family could celebrate the awards with a dinner "on the students." - o The Ladles' Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon at the Parish Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Richard Naig and Mrs. Arnold Naig. The opening, scripture reading, and prayer were given by Mrs. Robert Burkgren. Mrs. Gertie Berkland led the Singspiration. Cause of the Month was higher education, presented by Mrs. Larry Egland. The offering meditation was led by Mrs. Theodore Nelson. Meyer, Hantelman Honored With Zone Offices FENTON - Jim Meyer and Bill Hantelman were elected Algona Zone president and vice-president Sunday at the Spring Rally of the Lutheran Laymen's League, held at St. John's Lutheran Church, Garner. Other officers elected for the next year are Victor Dau, Whittemore, secretary; and Ed Katz, Garner, treasurer. The new officers were installed at the end of the rally. Rev. Cleo Kautsch of Whittemore was named the pastoral advisor of the LLL for the.ftext year. A playlet, "Freedom in Pri- SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD ^VOIGT INSURANCE Fcnlon, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE fqr Building • Remodeling PHONE 123 or 17 Fcnton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST . • « t- -«*-* --S.T- '.< :. • Office Phono 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sale* & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton ' lowa son" which was written by Rev. Marquardt of the Garner church, was presented by some of the laym?a of the zone. Ten members of the LLL of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, who attended the rally were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mrs. Lena Luedtke, Roy Roman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers, and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Struecker. The Fall Rally is set for November 21 at Livermore. _ o The Ftnton Volunteer Fire Department answered a fire call Friday afternoon to put out a grass fire on the Richard Underwood farm east of town. The fire was located at the northeast of the farm buildings and close to two small buildings. Firemen had the blaze under control quickly, and no damage was done. The Underwoods were not at home at the time. Wednesday five WSCS members from the Fenton Methodist Church attended a conference meeting at Webster City for the north half of Iowa. They heard Miss Edith Parks, a missionary from Rhodesia, speak of the school where she teaches at Mrewa, Southern Rhodesia. Bishop James S. Thomas also spoke to the group of about 800 women who attended the all- day meeting. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Eldridge attended the opening Monday of the Area Headquarters Building in Des Moines. The morning service and luncheon were held at Veteran's Auditorium and were followed by a pilgrimate through the streets to the new Methodist building. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckhart and boys of Gary, Indiana, spent part of last week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller, in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber returned April 25 from spending over two months visiting relatives and friends in Mesa and Phoenix, Arizona; Las Vegas, Nevada; and in California. Women in the Fenton area who attended the Emmetsburg Conference Convention at Britt on Friday were Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Robert Huskamp, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett at Milford. • CofiflhAatton-will be held May ! 9 at the Fenton Methodist Church, ' with a class of eleven taking membership in the church. The class of eight boys and three girls consists of Bill Duncan, Bruce Gerhart, Roger Hansen, Greg Jones, Anna Mae Menz, Gloria Nock, Steven Schlel, Allan Hall, John Shaw, Mark Voigt, and Terry Voigt. The Walther League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will hold a Car Wash at Charlie's D-X Saturday morning and afternoon. Proceeds are to be used to send members of the League to conventions this summer. Four Generations (A HINT FOR MOTHER'S DAY GIVING, MAY 9) SHE'LL LOVE YOU 1 YOU'LL LOVE THE PRICES.., WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE DISHWASHER GIVE MOM the kitchen helper she wants... a wonderful Westinghouse Portable.Dishwasher.., free her from dishwashing drudgery forever! After all, it's you. Dad, who pays anyway,,, so feel like a hero! NU PAYMENT needed until Father's Pay. OWA me BHOU Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Barbara Fortney, the Ervin Vottelers, the Rev. and Mrs. Spicer and their house guest from New York City, also Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riebhoff and daughter Maxine of Algona, Mrs. EverettWlth- am, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Fraser and Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Bacon of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erlckson of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Frette of Blue Earth were Sunday dinner guests of the David Loo ft s. Mrs. LeonaOsborn visited with Mrs. Orville Miller of rural Swea City Friday afternoon. fhurtday, May 6, 1965 Algono (lo.) Upp«r OM M«lA*|~5 Four generations of the Christeson family got together here recently and had the above photo snapped. Youngest addition to the group Is Jacqueline Jean Buscher, lower right, born Feb. 5 this year to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher, Jr. of Algona. Her mother, Mrs. Buscher, is standing behind her, while her great-grandmother, Mrs. Andrew Christeson, Webster City, Is seated at the left and her grandfather, Dean Christeson, Webster City, Is standing at the left. The baby is the first great-grandchild on the Christeson side of the family, while she is also the 43rd grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buscher, Sr. of Algona. Lotts Creek Is Host, Spring Mission Rally ' FENTON - Fifteen women of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, attended the Algona Zone Spring Rally at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lotts Creek, on Friday morning and afternoon. The day began with a coffee hour and registration, after which Mrs. Albert Warnke of Des Plaines, 111., spoke on "Where Jesus Walked", and showed films of the Holy Land. After the dinner hour, Mrs. Warnke again presented a topic, "LWML Around the World," which was on the subject of missions. The men of the Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's In Fenton have been Invited to an evening of education and enjoyment at the Burt Church on Thursday. Bill Hantelman of Fenton will give a slide presentation with newly received slides on mission work In Africa. The Burt men have challenged the Fenton men to a dart game followed by refreshments. Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! On T-V Panel There will be a special TV program Saturday morning, May 8 at 11:45 a. m. on Channel 3, Mason City, with a group of North Iowa farmers participating on a panel discussion of "NFO's present marketing system arrangements. Two of the panel members will be Gerhold Maas, Buffalo Center, and KenRoethler of Algona. PEACE CORPSMEN Ken Long and his wife of Red Oak, have accepted a peace corps assignment in the secondary school field in Turkey. Long, who has been a faculty member in Red Oak junior high school, said that he and Mrs. Long have been notified they will take a month's training at Princeton university starting June 15 and then go to Robert university, Ankara, Turkey, before beginning their actual project assignment. Campers Plan A Campout At Call Park, May 15-16 SENECA - An organization meeting was held recently at Lone Rock of the Drifter's Camping Club. Officers are Clyde Lloyd of Algona as president, Tony Starrman, Buffalo Center, vice president, and Russell Jensen, Seneca, secretary-treasurer. The first camp-out will be held May 15-16 at the Call State Park, Algona, and a later one on May 30 at Gull Point. Interested persons may become members by contacting any officer or member. Albin Nelson and his daughter, Pearl, Mrs. Ahlbrandt of Denver, concluded their visit with relatives and friends in this area last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson took them to the Joe Nauman home at Grove City, Minn.i -who in turn were taking them to Minneapolis where they were taking a bus to Denver. Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs. Henry Looft were among 350 who attended the American Lutheran Church Women's Convention held Friday at the First Lutheran church at Britt, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson of Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, "Mason City, Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Parsons,Bancroft, and Mr. Albin Nelson of Apache Junction, Arizona and Mrs. Pearl Ahlbrandt of Denver were Monday evening guests at the Nellie Thorson home at Ringsted. Several Luther Leaguers attended the Luther League Spring Rally held Sunday afternoon and evening at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota. Local young people in attendance included Jill and Becky Jensen, Audrey and Cathy Bergum and Diane Olsen. The Ted Jensens took them to Lakota and then drove to Rake where they spent the afternoon with Mr. Jensen's aunt, Mrs. Ole Jorgenson. Sunday visitors at the Frank Meyers included their children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mercier and daughter Kathy of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. John Elsbecker and family of Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Elsbecker and Anna Marie of Bancroft. Little five-year old Kathy Mercier of Omaha remained with her grandparents for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Nina Kracht who submitted to surgery at a Des Moines hospital is now back home and recuperating satisfactorily. Recent visitors at the Kracht home include her mother, Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona who came on Wednesday and is spending several days with her daughter and granddaughter, also LIVE FROM THE ALGONA AUTO SHOW LISTEN TO KLGA RADIO FOR LIVE BROADCASTS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY KLGA WILL BE ON THE SCENE SATURDAY - 2:30-4 P.M. SUNDAY - 2:30-4 P.M. on the BIG Voice LGA RADIO 1600 Tis a g-r-r-a-a-nd way to save a bit of change! You don't have to be a thrifty Scot to know you can save money by painting your interior walls with new DA-TEX. There's less drip* and less spatter witH DA-TEX because it's Densi- tized. One coat really covers, so you need less of it. Developed by Davis Paint Company and advertised in LIFE magazine, new DA-TEX is the best thing that has happened to vinyl latex wall paints in years. Insist on Densitized DA-TEX when you're ready to paint. There's a wide variety of decorator colors at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. What a coincidence. The nicest things at the Auto Show are all in one place. And now they've won Motor Trend's Car of the Year Award. (Can there be more to this than just coincidence?) Seethe new Pontiacs and Tempests at Fairgrounds, May 8-9. Drive them at your authorized Pontiac Dealer's and see why 1965 is the year of the Quick Wide-Tracks. SCHULTZ BROS., SOUTH PHILUPS ALGONA, IOWA

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