The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 4
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August 16, 1960 4->Algona (la.) Uppur De» Maine* Tuesday, Aug. 16, 1960 Sentral Schools To Begin Fall Term On August 31 Fentort — The Sentral Community School will • officially open for the 1960-01 school term on Wednesday, August 31st. There will be a workshop on Monday, Aug. '29 at the high school for the teachers and on Tuesday, Aug. 30 the County Teachers Institute will be held in Algona. Football practice will £egin on ' Wednesday, August 24, and the first game is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 9 with Kanawha. The game will be played at Sentral. ; "FiVC 'rtew teachers" will be on the 'Sentral teaching staff this year. Howard Tomlinson of Elkhart, Iowa, will be the new commercial teacher and student counselor. He will replace Mr Hypsb, who went to Spencer. James Woltz, Burt will teach Junior. High, Science and athle : tics. Darwin Zhart was the former teacher. Mrs Clayton Wolff •Will teach kindergarten at' the frenton building. Mrs Vera Fredrich of Esthervilie will teach the Fenton 3rd grade and Mrs Darlene Beresford of '' Bancroft will teach 2nd grade at Lone Rock. Wrist Watch, Awarded I B. G. Berkeland was awarded a Plamilton wrist watch Tuesday evening" at the Palo Alto County Fain Twenty eight names, were Jon the donar list, and the award was made by County Agent W. K. Ashby to Mr Berkeland for 31 years of service given to the •Palo Alto County Fair. Berkeland lias always held a great interest in his County Fair and has given 'many hours of his time to help and assist in any way he could to make it a success. The watch .]was ; engraved on the back '31 •years, of service'. » Evalon Schloi and her college .•roommate ,Elaine Rockwood of '"LuVerne spent from Friday to /Tuesday with another college •friend Gail Wallcn at Sioux City. The girls'are students at Iowa State College, Ames. • . Mr and Mrs Male Halvarson 01 Humboldt were Sunday afternoon and supper guesis in the Kenneth Halverson home. The annual Nelson reunion was held Sunday at the August Nelson home. Attending were Mr and Mrs Fred Brown, Mason "City, Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson of Tempo, Ariz., .Mr and Mrs Peter Thorson, Rmgsted, Mr and Mrs Joe Nueman and family, Grove City, Minn., Mrs Ed Mole and children of St. Charles, Mr and Mrs Jim Berninghaus, Algona, Mr and Mrs Eldon Brown. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg, Vernon and Dennis, Herman Geilenfeldt am! Jackie, Mr and Mrs Leo Leininger and family. Members of Si. John's Lutr heran church choir and their families enjoyed an outing at the Walter League Camp grounds at Okoboji Sunday. Following the morning worship service the group enjoyed a picnic dinner. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen, Randa-and Roger visited during this past week, Monday to Friday with friends at Iowa City, Waterloo, and Oxford Junction. Coffee guesis of Mrs Charles Feye Tuesday afternoon were I Mrs Sheldon Merrill, Jr., and family 'of Lewisburg, Missouri, Mrs Cecil Bailey, and Mrs Marlin 'Wegener and family. The Merrills ; formerly lived at Seneca. Mrs Merrill is the Bailey's daughter. Mrs Clarence Wegener is convalescing at her farm home. She was at the Holy Family Hospital in Esthervilie six days. Her illness was diagnosed as pleurisy and a touch of pneumonia. Susan and Glenn Hanielman spent this past week at the Walther League Camp at Lake Okoboji. Susan served as a Camp We're having our annual LABOR DAY TIRE SALE featuring Speedway- Proved Tires CHAMPIONS Priced from 13 UP with recoppabl* lu«. Plui tax. & The tires with the same tread design as the Firestone tires used as original equipment on America's finest 1960 cars ,., NOT economy grade tires. ..,., Counselor, Mr and Mrs Charles Theeafield, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Theesficld and' family and* Mr and Mrs John Theesfield attended the Theesfield family reunion held Sunday at Armstrong. The local Legion held its annual picnic at the home of Mrs Ed Bruhn on Friday Aug. 12. Mrs John Waite gave a report on the County meeting and Mrs Merle VoigV reported bn the State Convention. $2.50 was sent to the USVA at Clinton. Mrs Merle Vo-.it, newly elected president, named the members of the Various working committees. Members are reminded that the du<=s are due in September. The September meeting will be with Mrs LeVon Steinberger. Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson of Tempe, Arizona, arrived Tuesday for a visit witn relatives and friends in this vicinity and will also visit in Minneapolis before returning to Arizona in late September. Mr and Mrs Reuben Luedtke. John and Mary Alice have recently returned from an 1800 mile camping trip througn Minnesota and into Canada to Port Arthur and Fort William, Ontario. The Luedtkes were gont- seven days. Wednesday evening dinner | guests in the William DeWall home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Egland, Jeff, Debbie, Terri and Linda Nichols all of Esthervilie, Mr and Mrs Amos Egland of Wallingford, Mrs Inga Kosen and Mrs Ellen Rosen of Vancouver, Washington, Mr and Mrs Meivin Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Zumach and family.. ' Dinner guests In the Art Priebe home last Sunday were Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe, Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe, Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Priebe and Kenny, of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe and children of Lone Rock and Julie Larson of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Meivin Berkland and Mrs Clara Berkland were Sunday guests in the Raymond Berkland home at Mason City. Mr and Mrs John Light returned to their home in Fenton this past week, after spending several weeks in Iowa Falls at the Clyde Brooks home. Shortly after 'arriving at Brooks home, Mrs Light suffered a stroke, and was unable to return to Fenton until this past week. She is being cared for by Mrs Helen Widde'.. Mr and Mrs Herman Radig and Mrs Mathilda Kressin of Breckenridge, Minn, visited with Fenton relatives and friends this past week. From here they went to Cedar. Rapids to visit, other relatives. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were among the guests in the Ted* Meier home at Whittemore Thursday evening in honor of Mrs .Meier's birthday anniversary. Mr and Mrs Keith Keoppel and family of St. Louis, Missouri were guests this past week in the parental D. G. Keoppel home. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei attended the wedding of Louise Boyken to Virgil Heisner at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Titonka Sunday. Mrs Schlei is a cousin of the gioom. Pubiuf,«d iy ./ Alflime, lew? MRS. AROfitH Newt EtJltflf Seneca Girl Wed Aug. 5 Seneca Women Trace Hjsfdry Seneca — Blakjer' WomenV Missionary Federation met-Thurs;day,' ' ' ' , • Pastor Vigen conducted devotions and Bible study. Mrs/- Martin Wilberg, society historian", summarized the work of. the W.M.F. through 42 years by means of a skit, with each departmental secretary telling of its accomplishments. Assisting Mrs Wilberg were Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Henry Jensen, Mrs August Nelson, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Bertha Olsen,^ Mrs •Henrietta Thompson, Mrs John ,Johannesen and Mrs Fred Johannesen. Mrs Wilberg concluded her part of the program by giving the history of the local W. M. F. for the past year. " • The program closed with a worship offering. Hostesses were ; Mrs Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs Henrietta , Thompson. • New Arrival Mr and Mrs Eugene Larsen are parents of an eight pound daughter, born Wednesday morning at Burt. The little girl has ANY WAY YOU WANT 'EM ... ALL SALE PRICED Rayon Tubi-Typt Black* While' 13.45 19.45 14.45 14.95 18.45 20.45 •~ — 17.45 19.95 22.45 24.45 27.45 ~,.~, Rayon Tubilett Black* Whit.* nmm 17.95 20.45 22,45 17.95 20.45 22.45 „,„„, 21.95 25.45 27.45 31.45 31.95 25.45 27.45 Siie. 0.00-16 6.50-16 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 7.50-14 8.00-14 8.50-14 Nylon Tuba-Typ« Black* Whit.* 15.45 15.95 20.45 22.45 : — — 31.95 25.45 27.45 30.45 — — Nylon Tub.l.u Black* Whit.* 19.95 22.45 24.45 19.95 22.45 24.45 24.95 27.45 30.45 34.45 24.95 27.45 30.45 *Plu» tax and recappabl* tiro DRY-CLEANING-RUG CLEAN- ing service in Fenton, Tuesday and Friday. Agent in Fenton, The Fenton Drug Store. Ringsted Cleaners 33* Seneca — The marriage of- Janice Faye Osborn, daughter, of Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn of Seneca and Morgan R. Tennyson, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Morgan P. Tennyson of Fairmont, was- solemnized Aug. 5 at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Fairmont at 7:30 p.m. The double ring ceremony was" performed by Rev. A. M. Beck. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white taffeta. The floor-length, bouffant skirt was accented by a lily motif which extended to the sabrina neckline. The tight- fitting sleeves ended at a point at the wrist. The bodice featured a back closing of satin covered buttons. Her shoulder-length veil of white tulle was held in place by a pearl and saquin trimmed •crown. She carried a cascade Jbouquet of' pmk- ' sweetheart ^roses with matc.Ung .streamers of satin. Karen Tennysun was maid of honor. Larry Osborn was best man/Ushers were David Larsen and James Goedke. Approximately 60 guests' attended the reception held in the church following the ceremony. Shirley Osborn registered the guests. The gifts were opened and displayed by Lois Wilberg, Mrs Fred 'Erickson and Darlene Reutzel. The cake was cut and served by Mesdames Walter Goedke and Julian Tennyson., Mrs Henry Looft presided at the silver service. The bride is a graduate of Sentral high school and completed a business course at Mankato Commercial College. She is employed at Fairmom, Minn. The groom was graduated from Fairmont high school and is employed at Truman, Minn. The young couple will make their home at Fairmont. (UDM Engraving) 'Mr and Mrs Roy Friedc-n and children of Wheatfield, Indiana visited at the home of his twin brother, the Ray i'Ticdcms from Friday until Monday. Ringsted Staff Set; School To Open Aug. 29 Ringsied T— School will start Monday, Aug. 29. Four new teachers will be on the staff. Mrs Eileen Adams of LeMars will teach science; Edward Pringle of Emmetsburg will be one of the 6th grade teachers; Mrs Marcia Schumacher of Esth- ervilie will teach n'rst grade; and Mrs Roy T. Christensen will teach the combination 1st and 2nd grade. , Others returning will be kindergarten, Mrs Meivin Weisbrod; second grade, Mrs Lyle Sprout; 3rd grade, Mrs Lyle Bensen; combination 3rd and 4th, Twila Richter; 4th grade, Mrs Harold Holte; 5th grade, Mrs W. P. Kearns; 6th, Mrs John Manson. In the new buiiaing, Mrs James Sorensen, junior high school teacher of English and reading: James Smith, math and foreign language; Roy T. Christensen, math; John Manson, coach; Phil Lachelt, band instructor; Robert Mclntire, vocal music; Richarc Cherland, social studies; Thomas Hcfrick, driver's training, typing; Arlen Hansen, speech and English; Lyle Sprout, principal, and Gay Orr, superintendent. Shower Planned A miscellaneous shower will be held Wednesday evening, Aug. 24, at the Presbyterian church for»Kathryn Hinsch, bride-elect of Noel Hammer. Mrs Harold Justice is chairman of the group that is planning the shower for the two who are University of Iowa students, been named Starr Elaine, has a brother Mike. She ftnd Mi's Adolf Pertl Were Friday evening dinner guests in the jjtfalter Pertl horn*. ' ' Mr arid Mrs S, Wilihofi-and daughters Pam and Jddkie were Mdrtday overnight guests in the Ed fiftthn home, The Witthofts were enroute to their home in •Kflnkakee, 111. from a Vacation in'Yellowstone Park. Mt and Mrs John Weisbrod, "Mark and Mary Louise arrived Sunday for a visit in the parental •J. A,' Schwartz hpmf. Budget Decrease For Ringsted, 1961 Ringsied — The Rihgsted Council held a budget hearing last Thursday night, Aug. 4', at the public library with no objections, and the budget of $20,340 for 1961" which was drafted a month ago was adopted. This is a decrease or $860 from the i960 budget of $21,200. The Rmgsted Trailer Park will be remodeled to meet the state regulations and provide five stalls'for public use. Three teachers from the public school have asked permission to 'use the court this year. Everds Bros of Algona are in Ringsted to comple-2 blacktopping .the streets that they were Unable to complete last fall because of bad weather conditions. They expect to finish in about a week. SPECIAL PRICES END L *|£ TR °*' 'where your dollar buys MILES more > FOR TIRES if our QUALITY is> unmatched! if our PRICES alvjiiys LOW *1 DOWN *f AWEEK ALGONA Also Available At These Firestone Dealers KRAUSE "66" SERVICE Fenton VIKING OIL CO. Algona CHROME SERVICE Algona MURRAY OIL CO. Bancroft LAPPE'S D-X 5ERVICE, Burt On Fonda Staff ...'•< Laddie Hurlburt, who has accepted a position as a teacher of social studies at Fonda, will begin his wprk there Aug. 22. He"will' also, help with the school's athletic program. . > ""'"' Seneca 4-H Met The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club met at the home of Kenneth Beaver Aug. 8. Final plans were completed for the swimming party to be held at Swea City. Tim Struecker led aj discussion and- Kenneth Beaver gave a demonstration. *"M.rs Alvin Godfredsen was hostess to the Jolly Jokers club at her home Thursday. Members present included Mrs Alfred Godfredsen, of Fairmont, Mrs Cecjl Baldwin, Mrs Roy Klein and Mrs Glen Cage of Ringsted. Playing for absent members were Mrs Francis Sullivan, Mrs Don Kennedy, Mrs Lester usborn and Mrs Floyd Brekke. Mrs Joe Crowley has been a patient at Holy Family hospital at Esthervilie since Aug. 2. The Sullivan girls have been visiting with the' Darwin Zartg at their cabin at i^ake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Guy Griffith and Gloria of Des Moines visited Thursday afternoon at the J., H and Ted Jensen home. • FJpwer Show Set The annual flower show sponsored by the Ringsted Women's Study Club will be held Saturday, Aug. 20. ,How times change! Nowadays when the doctor finds a patient in a run-down condition, he prescribes less golf and more time at the office. Mrs Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen enjoyed a nicnic at Arnolds Park Sunday. Bill Christianson of Spencer and Monte Newton also joined them. They also attended the Bible Conference there, Bijl Christiansen stxmt Friday evening at the home of his father. Oliver Christiansen. FENTON ELCO u SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL Feeding minerals don't have to be expensive to be good. You can eliminate mineral deficiency in your hols and cattle if you give them "free-choice" FELCO SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL. It con, tains 50% bone meal, 1% phosphorous and is low in. salt content. Jt has no artificial flavor but is pleasing tothe taste. FEWX) SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL' is moderately priced and an important factor in producing teatthft pi-QWaWe- livestock As* it, — Seneca Beauty School Graduate Sonera — Dorothy Petersen was a member of the class graduated from the Fort Dodge Beauty Academy July 18. She a9eompanied other members of the class to Des Moines Aug. 15, 'Where they took state board tests. She is the daughter of Mr and fyjrs Alfred Petersen of Seneca, She was graduated from Sentral high school in 1959 and began her trainin'g that fall. She has accepted a position as a beauty operator in a Fort Dodge beauty shOP- (UDM Engraving) Flower Show Ripgsted — The Ringsted Women's Study Club will hold theip a! flower show Aug. 20 at high school. Entries will "be received from 10 a.m. until I n,m. and must be left in place 8 p.m. Fenton CO-OP Elevator Qets Scholarship Rjngsted — Douglas Glasnapp, 17. son o| Mr and Mrs Vern Glasnapp, has accepted an athletip at Morning-sids tege at Sioux C»iy, The ship was primarily to Marlys Thompson of Esther ville was a guest in«the William HanteJman home Thursday to Sunday of this past week. Miss Hulda Baernwn of Palmei was . a Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs Ed' Bruhn. 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