The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 12, 1965
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! AUGUST 12,1965 { • • • mm m m •• 4-AlgonG (la.) Upper Dei Moinei Thursday, August 12, 1965 120 At Guest Day, Fenton Church, Aug. 4 FENTON - "Guest Day" for the Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton was termed a success Wednesday afternoon when 120 members and guest met In the church basement for a pot luck lunch and program. The afternoon was opened by Rev. Rex Spicer with devotions. Mrs. Olaf Norland told briefly of the LWML projects undertaken by the group during the past year, and Mrs. Walter Jentz explained the duties of the Altar Guild and the work done by the Library Committee, both groups within the Aid. Mrs. Edwin Greinert of the Whlttemore Lutheran Church spoke to the group on the Home Finding Society of Fort Dodge, explaining swine of their work with families and unwed mothers. The program was highlighted with a hat revue featuring original hats created by Mrs. Glen Flint, Mrs. Norman Finnestad, and Mrs. Ernest Voetteler. They were fashioned from house- hold items such as a napkin holder, dust pan, aluminum pie plate, and bits of ribbon and veiling. Models were Debbie Elmers, Cindy Gade, Renee Flint, Margene Henriksen, Den- Ise Voetteler, Melanie Waite, Demaris Uthof, Rhonda Flint, and Marcia Meyer. The program also included a piano solo by Robin Flint and duet by Renae and Delana Voetteler, and a song by Renae Voetteler. The September meeting has been postponed one week, until September 8. Mrs. Ed Bruhn will be a guest speaker. - o - Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Juhl and Darci, and a friend, Tom Drennan of Lincoln, Nebraska; and Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer, Scott and Darrin of Oelwein. Scott and Darrin Dreyer are spending the week with the Juhls and their paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer. Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber for a picnic supper were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! and family of Spencer, Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys of California, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Marshalltown. They were observing the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Fill up with PHIL-HEAT The Finest Heating Oil Made By Phillips Petroleum Co. SPECIAL SUMMER RATE ASK US I SIERP SUPPLY Merle Voigt, consignee Phone 157 or 56, Fenton (57-60) NOW...A SOAK % • %LE to d/iiofve heavy dirt and Mtubborn so/1 WEEN, now gets cfofhes cleaner than ever No longer need you go to any special fun or bother to loak your badly toiled clothes. The new Speed Queen takes care of it automatically with a built-in toak cycle. Result: cleaner clothes than evert And that, with • Spe«d Qoeen, it really cl«an| STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, la. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 pr 17 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske 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 licenced Rial itate Broker and Farm Lopn» and Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa ifeniiw Ray Stoeber and Mrs. Smith. The Oliver Stoebers were overnight guests, and Mrs. Smith and boys, who had visited in Fenton for two weeks, accompanied the Oliver Stoebers to Marshalltown on Friday, from where they will continue to Mesa, Arizona. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber for an eleven o'clock Sunday breakfast were Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy, John and Theresa of Independence, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth to view travel pictures taken by Luella Newel were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Edith Laage, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Halverson,Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen, Mrs. Fred Newel, Mrs. Arthur Krause, and Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Dreyer were T-Sgt. and Mrs. William Gleason and family of Topeka, Kansas, Hilda Walker of Burbank, California, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loss and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gingerick and girls of Storm Lake, Ann Gingerich of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallln, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geltzenauer and family, and Mrs. Roger Baker. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kittner and family, Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Marcia Gross. Larry and Marcia Loss of AlRona spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer. Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Arnold Nielsen home for the birthdays of Kristie and Kevin were Mrs. John Fuhr, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thilges and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and family, Alex Thilges, and Patty Brown of Des Moines, who has been a houseguest of the Nielsens for the past week. She is a niece of Mrs. Nielsen. Houseguests last week of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer were her daughters, Mrs. Peter Doherty (Lorena)and Mrs. Glendon Shrum (Ella), granddaughter Mrs. William Stevenson, and great-granddaughter Margie Stevenson, all of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Einspahr, Julie and Philip of Web'ster Cfty* also visited two days, and Mrs. Dreyer and her houseguests visited the Eins- palirs in Webster City on Thursday and Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Eldridge and family returned from their vacation on Tuesday, after a camping trip through Wisconsin and Michigan's northern peninsula. They visited Mrs. Eldridge's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Pedelty at Hudson, Michigan and her brother's family at Nora Springs on their way home. A nephew, Vernon Pedelty returned with them as a hous- guest for the remainder of the week, and Mary Dawn Eldridge stayed in Nora Springs at her uncle's home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Prlebe and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Heidecker of Estherville attended the Twins baseball game In Minneapolis on Sunday. Wednesday after noon caller sat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Holsworth and sons, distant relatives from Brownsville, Minn. Kim and Kelley McCarty, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarty of Hartley, are spending a week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte were weekend guests at the home of their daughter in DeWitt, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James attended a class reunion Sunday at Gushing, Iowa, for one of the first classes taught by Mrs. Voigt. The group of eleven class members and three teachers, and their families, toured the school building, took pictures, and then drove to Ida Grove for an evening dinner. The graduating class consisted of 24 members, of which two are now dead. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson attended the "Song of Hiawatha" pageant at Pipestone, Minnesota on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schaferand family of Yankton, South Dakota, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Dora Schwarzenbach, while on their vacation. Mrs. Schwarzenbach returned last Friday from visits with the Schafers, her son Bill in Storm Lake, and daughter, Mrs. Edmond Krapp, in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania visited the Amana Colonies Friday and Saturday.' Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy and family of Independence visited with relatives and friends in Fenton from Thursday through Monday. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUG. 13-14 FREE WASH JOB with each oil change, filter change, grease job. 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Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bellinger and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Ella Schattschnelder of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hutchison of Long Beach, California were guests of the E. C. Wels- brods from Tuesday through Saturday last week. Mrs. Hutchison is a sister of John Munch and a niece of Mrs. Weisbrod. No Objectors At Hearing On Fenton Budget FENTON - No objectors were present when the Fenton Town Council held a public hearing recently on a proposed 1966 budget which is cut slightly from the 1965 total. The budget, now adopted, totals $29,300 as compared to $29,650 for 1965. Taxes will be cut by $1,350. - o - Recent guests in the Arnold Laabs home for Diane's birthday were Mrs. Frank Thilges and children, Mrs. John Fuhr, and Mrs. Harold Feye and children. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern. Mr. and Mrs. George Mlenke and Mary were Saturday evening visitors In the Laabs home for Diane's birthday. Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, Mr. and Mrs. James Laabs and Jimmie, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernare Laabs of Fairmont were evening callers at the Wilfred Laabs home for Dennis' birthday. Dinner guests in the Arnold Laabs home were Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhr and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thilges and children. The occasion was the birthdays of Mr. Fuhr and Diane Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nielsen and family were week-end guests in Des Moines visiting Melvin Brown, a brother of Mrs. Nielsen. Fairville Aid Plans Program FENTON - Rev. Clifford Bliss presented the topic "Baptism Without Discipline?" Thursday afternoon to the Ladies Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville. The group voted to accept a project of making small net bags for the Home Finding Society of Fort Dodge to distribute to Sunday School children for their Christmas offerings. Mrs. James Bierstedt was submitted as a candidate for zone office at the next election. Coming events include the showing of a Bible translation film in September and a convention report in October by Mrs.' Orville Kressin, zone delegate to the National LWML Convention at San Diego. The October meet- Ing will be held at l:30on the sixth of the month, a change from the usual day and time. Hostesses were Mrs. Roger Frink and Mrs. Lyle Haack, Gives Talk On Child Aid Work FENTON -Twenty-eightmem- bers and four guests of the Women's Society of Christian Service met Thursday afternoon at the Fenton Methodist Church and heard Mrs. Gladys Smith speak of the work she does at the Sunshine Acres Children's Home in Mesa, Arizona. Mrs. Smith is a former Fenton resident and is visiting friends and relatives here. The WSCS decided to provide a spiritual life retreat each month for women who wish to go to the Youth Chapel briefly before meetings. A map has been placed on a bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall to show the names, addresses and birthdates of the youth of the congregation who are away from home, either in college, working, or in the service. Eleven of the group's officers attended a training workshop in Burt on July 21. A fall workshop will be held at Spencer on August 31 for all WSCS members interested, from 9:30 to 3:30. Hostesses were Mrs. Dennis Henriksen, Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, and Mrs. A. L. Kabrick. They - the newspapers - are as much a vital part of the community as the people themselves, to whom the newspapers are at once guardian and servant, Lone Rock Girl Weds LONE ROCK - Jo Ann Me* Cleish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam McClelsh. Lone Rock, and Richard J. Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz, Bancroft, were united In marriage at St. John's church at Bancroft Aug. 7 at 9:30 a.m. with Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiating at a double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Becky Rahe and bridesmaids were sisters of the bride, Patricia and Nadine McCleish. The best man was Tony Schiltz and groomsmen were Paul Ruzlcka and Thomas McClelsh. A reception was held at the Legion Ballroom, Bancroft, with about 250 guests attending. Their wedding trip was to Minneapolis and a drive along the Mississippi River. The couple will be living at St. Louis, Mo. The new Mrs. Schiltz is a 1963 graduate of St. John's of Bancroft and Hamilton Business College, Mason City, and was employed as a secretary at the Attorney General's office In Des Moines. The groom was a 1961 graduate of St. John's of Bancroft and a 1965 graduate of Loras College, Dubuque. He is a research chemist at St. Louis University and will continue his studies there. A wedding dinner was held for the immediate family In St. John's Hall following the wedding ceremony. iTOIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIlWIllMlllllllllllllt Lone Rock By Mrs. A. A. Krueger Mrs. George Harms, Jr., Mrs. Norman Johnson, Roxanne, Kevin and Kent, Redfleld, S.D., spent from Thurs. until Sun. at the Eric Seegebarth home and visiting other relatives. Mrs. Jim Smith, sister of Mrs. Wm. Marlow, left Wed. for her home In Scotland after a 3 week vacation here and with her brother, Archie Buchanan of Dup luth. " Mr. and Mrs. Gorman Tilford and sons, Chicago, > we're here last week visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Tilford was formerly Virginia Marlow. They left Monday for Phoenix, Ariz. The Legion Auxiliary picnic was well attended Sunday at the Fenton park. About 60 were present. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise spent the weekend at the Dennis Schmidt home at Slgourney. The Jess Blanchard family left Sunday on a week's vacation trip to the Twin Cities and Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, and Susan and Janell Newbrough returned home Sunday from a 3 week trip east. The Wendell Steven family, Laurens, visited Sunday at the Don Blanchard home and Mrs. Steven and children remained for the week. Mr. and Mrs. James Thul and family, Cedar Falls, spent last week at the parental home, the Jack Quinns. Mrs. Maude Blanchard entertained her birthday club in honor of her birthday. The guests included Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Andrew Thomsen, Mrs. Mary Genrich, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Frank Flalg, Mrs. Jack Quinn and Mrs. Jim Long. The afternoon was spent playing hearts. The Lawrence Newbrough family went to Des Moines to visit Mrs, Eva Thompson and the Mervin Thompson family, Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends visited Tuesday at the Tom Pretty's at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan returned home Sat. after spending a week at Park Rapids, Minn, The Gordon Blanchard family, Mason THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl (owe Experienced Embalmtrt and Funeral Director* (Ulioblt 34 H«vr Arobvilence Hrvlct Fvnerel May If Riftrrtd To Uf With Confidence FINTON 33 RINOJTfO 31Q01 91004 INI * City, were also there with them in a cottage nearby. Mrs. Mary Genrich left Sunday to visit her daughter and family, the Daryl Hansons at Geneseo, N. Y. She will stay long enough to attend the wedding of her nephew, Jerry Newbrough, Aug. 24. Debra and Kim Sctftllt, Ottosen, spent the weekend here with their grandmother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. _ CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to friends and relatives for cards, letters; and visits while I was in thfc hospital and when ! returned ho/he. Mrs. Fred Frink. (B8*> E for a )EAUTYFUL 1 vacation FOR TRUE LOVELINESS ... 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