The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 13
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i May 13,1965 ifettf 0n %ep*ti*t [ Published By Th* Upper Des Moine* Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa JEAN PRIEBE Newt Editor Sentral Seniors Outline Plans For Future FENTON - The 1965 Sentral high school senior class graduates, in reply to their expected future plans, gave the following replies: Marilyn Alt. - P. B. I. Minneapolis (business college). Joyce Berkland - nursing. Mark Berkland - Estherville J. C. Margret Blerstedt - Undecided. Bonnie Crouch - Morningside College. Allen Dacken - Farm. Dennie Dahl - College. Ray Dreyer - Estherville J.C. David Eldridge - Morningside College. David Frink - Iowa State University. Larry Geitzenauer - Hamilton Business College. Tom Geitzenauer - Undecided. Dennis Gross - Farm. Judy Hammerstrom -Nursing. Inez Hanover - Secretarial Work. Becky Hantelmw - Emtmts- burg Community College. Jim Hartman- Mason City J.C. Michael Hassel - Estherville J.C. Bill Holcomb - Trade School. Warren Householder - Truck Driver. James Jones - Wartburg College. Linda Lockwood - Secretarial Work. David Matthiesen - Social Science. Lynn Menke - Secretarial Work. Shirley Ohnemus - Secretarial Work. David Peter - Farm. Richard Pettit - Service. Elaine Schlei - Junior College. David Schmidt - Air Force. Andrea Stefanski - Mankato Commercial College. Marlyn Steinberger - College. Tim Struecker - Iowa State University. James Sunde - Estherville J. C. Roxanne Voigt - Gale Institute. Nancy Walker - Secretarial Work. Robert Weber - Farm. Bonnie Wehrspan - Nursing, Nadine Weisbrod - Morningside College. Carol Zumach -MankatoCom- mercial College. Plan Summer Program For Youth, Sentral Area FENTON - Instrumental music- lessons and a summer recreational program will be continued this summer for students in Sentral Community School District. The music program is sponsored by the school district and no charge is made for the lessons, which are given by Warren Jones. Depending on the number of students enrolling, private instructions may be limited to grades 5 through 9. Older students will be given the music lessons if time permits. If possible, lessons will begin on June 7 and will be arranged so there will be no conflict with the summer recreational program. Lessons are to be held in the Sentral High School building. Lou Paulson will be in charge of the recreational program. Plans for the swimming lessons call for students from the Fenton area being transported to Armstrong for instruction on Monday and Thursday, and Lone Rock students going to Swea City for their lessons on Tuesday and Friday. Children must be at least six years old to be eligible for the swimming instruction. The starting dates will be announced later. The summer baseballprogram includes pee wees (under 12 years of age), midgets (under 15) and high school. Players must supply their own equipment, except for bats, balls and catcher's equi]> ment which are furnished by the school. Practices and games will be held at the high school. Schedules are available to anyone interested. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell spent the weekend at Storden, Minnesota with their daughter and son-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Silrum. Mrs. Dagmar Newal of Algona attended the confirmation of her grandson, Roger Hansen, at the Fenton Methodist Church Sunday. She was then a dinner guest at the home of Roger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener an£, lArsi'; Ida Dreyer; were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer at Sioux City. Leroy Henriksen and family of Armstrong were afternoon callers at the Radig home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family had Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krause, Lone Rock. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sturtz of Ogden, the parents of Mrs. H. Krause. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren visited Mr. and Mrs, Tony Winters and family in Fort Dodge. The Winters moved there recently from Alexandria, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs, J, A, Schwartz and Edith Laage spent Sunday in Rockwell City with Mr. and Mrs, Karl Schwartz, SEED CORN AVAILABLE In Stock — Sudex SX11 for replanting hay and pasture ground. HOMER I MATTHIESEN I : Fenton, Phone 14 SPRING SALE on Monsants 2-4-D WEED SPRAY 25c a gal. Off Reg, Price For A Limited Time Only I Fint Com* - First Strvtd WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Fenton, Iowa Awards Night For Senfral On May FENTON - The annual Award Night will be held in the Sentral Community High School auditorium Tuesday, May 18, at 8:00 p.m. The program will be a short band concert by the elementary school band, directed by Leroy Bras. Athletic, music, commercial and homemaking awards will be presented by the coaches, music instructors and faculty members. Certificates of Promotion will be presented to the members of the eighth grade class. An exhibit will be displayed by the Industrial Arts Department, under the supervision of Robert Burkgren, industrial arts teacher. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Retta Eigler met Judy Eigler from Marshalltown in Mason City Sunday, and had a Mother's Day dinner there. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer were Mr. and Mrs. Orval W. Einspahr and family of Webster City and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dreyer and family. Mrs. Anna Ohm visited over the weekend at the home of her son, Martin, in Fenton. She also spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. She was to visit relatives in Algona Monday through Wednesday this week, and then return to the Estherville Holy Family Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland. Gary Berkland was home for the weekend from LeMars College. Mrs. S. E. Straley attended a Mother-Daughter Banquet at the Lake Mills Methodist Church with her daughter, Mrs. Donald Void, on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Alma Munch spent , Mothers, Day at home with her ijt family^and has now returned to the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPF1 Ftntert, Iowa Experienced Embaimers and Funeral Director! R.liablt 24 Hour Ambulant Strvict Funeral May Be Referred To Ui With Confidence Phono FENTON 21 RINGSTED 21091 Lutheran Aid Constitution To Get Revision FENTON - The Ladies' Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, Wednesday afternoon voted on revisions of the group's consititution. Several changes proposed by committee were adopted to bring the constitution up-to-date. Reports on the LWML Spring Rally held Friday, April 30 at Lotts Creek were given by Mrs. John Waite and Mrs. William Hantelman. The afternoon of May 10 was set as a "Sewing Day" to prepare some articles to be sent to Eket, Nigeria hospital. Members wishing to help are to bring sewing supplies and material and meet in the church basement. The topic for the afternoon was The Church Liturgy, and was given by Rev. Rex Spicer. Guests were Mrs. Axel Bratlund of Bancroft, Judy Luedtke, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Paul Voigt, and Kathie Devan. Hostesses were Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. William Jentz, and Mrs. Marvin Luedtke; and dining room hostesses were Mrs. Gus Krause and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Ricky Allen Schmidt, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt, Estherville, was baptized Sunday at St. John's Lutheran Church here. Sponsors were Mrs. Dennis Schmidt and James Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe, maternal grandparents, were hosts at a dinner following the services. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe and Joel, Bill Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer, Kathie Devan, Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt and Brent, Mrs. Dennis Schmidt and Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt and Ricky, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin celebrated his 80th birthday Sunday with a party at which 500 was played. Guests included Mr. and B Mr$. Donald Radig and -PerrySj '*Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Mrs. Emiria Dreyer, Mrs. Emma Radig, Mrs. Esther Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. William Buss, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Terry, Allan Gross, and Kent Vaudt. Prizes were won by Mrs. Donald Radig, Mrs. Art Zumach, Herbert Potratz, William Buss, and Leslie Baxter. Saturday callers at the home of Mrs. Emma Dreyer and Mrs. Marie Dreyer were Mrs. John Schallin; Mrs. John Gramenz; Mrs. Louisa Lieb, Arnold and Ella; Mrs. Anna Ohm; and Marie Dreyer's children from Burt, Larry Dreyer and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. MennetL.Trunkhilland Scott. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Dreyer and Mrs. Marie Dreyer were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kitner and family of Forest City. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Bonnie and Nancy, Mrs. Dean Loss and children of Algona, and Mrs. Anna Presthus of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz had Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berkland in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Dora Schwarzenbach spent Mother's Day in Humboldt at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Krapp. Confirmation was held Sunday in the Methodist Church. Those Thursday, May 13, 1965 Algona (la.) 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