The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 8
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>-A>o<mo (lo.) Upptr Dei Melnei Thurtday, Jun» 17, 196*, 169 Rebuilding Job In Algona North Jones street (highway 169 through the city of Algona) has never been so badly beaten up following a spring thaw and heavy rainfall as it has this spring, according to Don Christensen of the State Highway Commission office here. It finally became necessary for state crews to tear a large hole, about a half-block long and 5 1/2 -6 feet deep in the block Just north of State street in an attempt to remove a bubble that kept the area, which has been fixed up umpteen times, pretty rough. In the photo above, a dragline, which was brought in from the state shop at Estherville, is shown loading dirt into a gravel truck during the excavation process a week ago. A small bulldozer was used to push the dirt into the hole so the dragline could better pick it up. A fleet of trucks began hauling in new gravel to fill the hole, which can be seen in the right foreground, later in the week, and when it is full, blacktop will be used to surface the portion of the street. With the exception of the dragline, all equipment used was from the local shop. It is hoped regular traffic can use the new portion of the highway late this week. (UDM Polaroid Photo). Summer Sports Program Is Underway FENTON - The summer baseball program at Sentral Community schools is well underway, with Mr. Larry Paulson in charge. Members of the high school team are Alan Luedtke, Mark Geitzenauer, Perry Elmers, Dennis Uthof, Larry Geitzenauer, Larry Peter, Dave Peter, Lee Preston, Tom Ullensvang, 'Dennis Dahl, Les Luedtke, Tim Berkland, Alan Marlow, Bob Krause, Shorty Dacken, Brian Johnson, Terry Collins, Charles Collins and Mike Lee. The midget team, boys ages 12 to 15, consists of Ken Marlow, Dave Marlow, Lee Dreyer, ' Bob Bierle, Bill Duncan, Randy ' Bierle, John Mueller, Nick Mueller, Gary Elmers, Jim Sullivan, Gary Laabs, Steve Cher- land, Kevin Brace, David New. brough and Dennis Berkland. " The Pee Wee team includes .41 boys below the age of 12. ". Pee Wee and Midget games are . at 1:30 p. m. on Monday and * Thursdays, with Pee Wee games - played first. High school games • begin at 6:30, and all home games • are played at the Sentral high school diamond. •• Members of the girls softball . team participating in the summer ; athletic program at Sentral are ; Vickee Elmers, Betty Wehrspan, " Lynn Menke, Cindy Lock wood, .. Kathy Bergum, Linda Kruse, Jane ": Wichtendahl, Marlys Wichten- .- dahl, Cheryl Weisbrod, Janelle " Newbrough, Hollee Krause and -" Bonnie Wehrspan. Darrisel Perfect of Chicago, 111., arrived Wednesday at the Ralph Weisbrods. She will accompany her grandmother, Mrs. Blanch Huskamp, back to Chicago on Sunday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall on Sunday were their granddaughter, Paula Welske and Mr. t and Mrs. John Theesfield, for'a dinner out. The Vacation Bible school offering of $41.42 from St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville Is to be sent to the OgogaMissions. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Geronsin of St. Louis, Missouri and Mrs. Henry Faureby of Eldora, Iowa. They left for the Black Hills on Monday. Peggy. Voigt is attending summer school at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Classes began there on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Score, Harold and Burnett of Primghar and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Clayton Wolff, Eugene Huskamp, Ray Stoeber, Leroy Bras, Gary Bleckwenn and Dale Weisbrod returned home last week after spending eight days on a fishing trip near Ear Falls, Ontario, Canada. They flew in to Lake Jeanette to do their fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Mrs. Olga Huskamp and Mrs. Carrie Voigt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmidt in Algona. Bible School at St. John's Lutheran church was completed last week. Those who helped were Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Melvin Thiesen, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs.Har- vey Henrlksen, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Larry Gade, Bonnie Jentz, Kathie Devan, Candace Vaudt, Retinae Voettler, Mark Berkland, Dennis Uthof, Brian Menz, Vickee Elmers, Colleen Menz, Linda Kracht, Hollee Krause, Jayne Dreyer and Sharon Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and Mary Ellen met for a Sunday picnic dinner at Cedar Falls with Mrs. E. J. Newel of Davenport and her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. John Newel, Yvonne and Natalie of Sacramento, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler returned Sunday from a two week trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., where they visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kaye Ruske. A neighborhood birthday club held a farewell party on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. John Theesfleld. Others present were Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Roelf Miller and Mrs. Frank McFall. Sunday afternoon a skating party in Algona for the Bible school children of the Fenton Methodist church was sponsored by their teachers. Those who helped during the week-long school were Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Derwood Voigt, Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Bonnie Crouch, Elaine Schlei, Suzanne Newel, Mary Ellen Dltsworth, Peggy Voigt, Margo Rusch, Kathryn Dltsworth and Nadlne Weisbrod. The offering of $22.00 collected during Bible school was sent to the milk program under CROP. The Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Fenton church held a MYF Guest Day picnic in the park on Sunday, at 4:30. Guests were the youth group from the Lone Rock Presbyterian church and the four members of the Master's Melodiers quartet, which sang later In a musical program at the church. Swim Lessons Start June 21 FENTON - Swimming lessons for the Fenton area students of Sentral schools will begin on Monday, June 21, and will be held on Monday and Thursday mornings at the Armstrong pool. Those participating are asked to be at the Fenton school building where buses will leave at 8:30 a. m. on swimming days. The Lone Rock and Seneca HELLO... FROM THE NEW OWNER OF VIVIAN'S MODE-0-DAY I would like to take thi» opportunity to welcome everyone to the new Mode-0- Day Frock Shoppe in Algona. I have taken possession of the dress shop in Algona from its former owner, Mrs. Vivian Kuhn. I would like to welcome all of her old customers to visit us and would also hope that many of you who have net been in the shop will stop in and see us. Mrs. Claude Ruark OWNER OF THE MODE-0-DAY FROCK SHOPPE area students began their lessons at the Swea City pool this week. Seneca Stars Host Mothers At June 11 Tea SENECA - Seneca Stars held their annual Mother's Tea at the horns of Ann and Rosemary Fortney, Friday evening, June 11. Jill Jensen welcomed the guests and called the meeting to order. A program was given consisting of a piano solo by Ann Fortney, a reading by Cathy Bergum, and Becky Jensen, vocal solo and reading, by Bonnie Crouch, readings by Colleen Stefanskl, Kathy Merrill and Barbara Andre. Carrie Bergum and Rosemary Fortney presented a clarinet duet with Ann Fortney as accompanist and Jill Jensen presented a piano recital selection. Refreshments were served. Mothers in attendance included Mesdames Clarence Menz, Sheldon Merrill, Jr., Earl Crouch, Ted Jensen, Andrew Stefanski, Kenneth Andre, Art Ber- gum, also the leaders, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Robert Fortney, the host mother. Guests Included Mrs. Cecil Bailey and Mrs. Henry Looft. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Clarlan Long of Armstrong were last Sunday callers at the Clarence Menz home. Mrs. Katherlne Doege of Algona has been visiting these past two weeks at the home of her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue. Blakjer Lutheran Church Women held their annual birthday party and Nursery Roll Tea at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mesdames Elmer Krause, Kenneth Halverson, Marlln Lium and Bertha Olsen as hostesses. Mrs. Ted Jensen presented the program. Carrie Bergum presented a piano medley, Phyllis Cherland a reading, Cathy Bergum a piano medley and Cheryl Krause a flute solo. A reading, "A Little Boy at Prayer" was presented by Mrs. Raymond Bergum and Jill Jensen played her piano recital selection. John and Bertha Olsen were dinner guests at the Albert Dan- lelson home at Armstrong Sunday honoring Mrs. John Nelson on her 97th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall of Fenton to Swisher, Iowa, last Saturday where they were guests at'the honfe of their son and brother, the Larry Menzs and attended baptismal services for the Menz twins. Mr. and Mrs. Laoyd Phillips of Phoenix, Arizona, and Mrs.* Floyd Bacon of Burt were Tuesday dinner guests at the Nina Kracht home. Mrs. Leona Osborn and Shirley spent the weekend visiting with the former's parents, the Elmer Letchers and with other relatives in Alexandria, South Dakota. Raymond Wllberg who has spent the past few days visiting with his father, Martin Wll- berg and other relatives and friends, left early In the week for New York where he would embark for England and will spend the summer touring Euo- ope. He Is currently working on his Master's degree at the University of Arizona. Mrs. Nina Kracht was hostess to the Jolly Jokers card club at her home on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth Schmidt and Mrs. Oma Bailey played for absent members. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Wil- ^Bfe Aft M m a^HB ^ •• .^_~ _ _ _ _ __ - berg and Dennis were Sunday visitors at the Henry Lange home at Thompson. Terry Hauge, son of the Byron Hauges of Bancroft, visited from Thursday until Sunday with Dennis Wllberg. Mrs. Nellie Thor son, long time Seneca resident now living In Ringsted observed her eightieth birthday anniversary on Tuesday, June 1. Fenton, Seneca Students Appear In A Recital SENECA - Mrs. Maxlne Osborn presented her piano students at a recital Tuesday evening, June 9, at the Penton Methodist church. Appearing on the program were: Valaine Volgt, Susan Fortney, Nancy Johnson, Jeanette Ohnemus; Corrine Johnson; Debra Nyman; Susan Bierle; Carol Johnson; Heide Krause; Diane Ohnemus; Debra Briele; Wayne Gerhart; Jan Newell; Kathy Jensen; Bruce Gerhart; Lynette Johnson; Becky Jensen; Linda Sue Kracht; Ann Fortney; Candace Vaudt; Suzanne Newel, Jill Jensen, Rita Luedtke. 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