The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1960 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 6, 1960
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September 6 r 1960 ~4—Aigonti (la.) Upper Des Sentral Area Sewb lost Of Students To Colleges Fenion — Among tfee students who have already Soft or will soon be leaving foe college studies are Evatoa Janes Ruger, Marityn sen, and Ronald Mortensea who will attend Iowa State University at Ames, Janet Behne left August SO for her 2nd year at Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn., Pam Weisbrod returit- ed to Morningside at Stoux City for her sophomore year,. Judy Eigler is attending Estherville Junior college, boo Crouch who has been employed at the Fentoti Elevator the past year will attend Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. Attending Waldorf College at forest City this year will be seven frorn the 1960 graduation class of Sentral High School, Mary Rossiter, David Weber, Larry Johannesen, Donald Cherland, Merle Halverson, Lynn Menz, and Charles Kern. Marlys Radig and Faye Hantelman are attending Mankato Commercial College, Vergene Norland is attending the Nortnwest Institute of Medical Technology at Mpls., Susan Hantelman left Monday for Minneapolis where she is enrolled at Abbott Hospital School of Nursing. . Carol Hanisch will be studying; Journalism at Drake University at Des Moines, Barbara Halverson will be attending the Lutheran Bible Institute at Minneapolis, and Beth Newel will return to Mankato State for her senior year. amfc Mi* ara of oa. bora-. August 2$ at St. Intern Hftsmferf' ifta Aispntt, Sfefi has b««n-, namittS JuHa iVEairie. This ifr tft* sixjtfc dliugfeter for the ESerstedtSi Mfc andi iSiBrs Ferdi oandl Bietstedt o£ Featioo and S'lr and Mte Alfe«d Mu£r of Sac- Caiil.. are the grandparents. Of Wafetutods guests in the L. J. We&brod bocce w«re Mr and Mrs Eferod: and lamily of Jef- fiersao. a&s Aa3aa BL Boevers of Fetttoru Mr and, Mrs Dave Newell accl cMldren. of Mason City. Tbe cccastoQ tcococed the birthday annrAreeaary of L. J. Weis- GfeOeofeidt and Bruce Haris&ora of Spencer, Mass. visited with relatives and friends in this vicinity from Tuesday to Saturday of this past week. Mr and Mrs Eldon Duncan ant boys spent Saturday night anc Sunday with Mrs Duncan's bro ther and. family, the Wally Adams at MarshaJltown. Mrs Ella Waiie visited relati ves at Elkader, Iowa, for severa days this past week. The Fairville Ladies Aid me: Thursday afternoon in the church parlors' with hostesses Mrs" Orville Wiener and Mrs Gene Wegener. Rev. Weiss of West Bend was in charge of the devotional service, and the topic. WE'LL WHEEL & DEAL RIGHT ON FIRESTONE TIRES Stop In And Get. Our Prices Krausp"60" Serv. ONLY ON illil 2-ROW PICKER! ONE SHOT LUBRICATION Mrs Weiss was a guest. Ftiextds honored Mrs Dean Cannon at a Pink and Blue shower, Friday afternoon. Hostesses tot the event were the Mesda- ines. Tony Winters, Fred Molten* sen, Ronald Chrischilles, ' Carl Jensen, Dale ^Douglas, Mervih Jentz, Clarence Thllges and' Ray Uthof. Enjoying a picnic dinner Sun day 'in the Morris Mitchell home were Rev. and'Mrs Edwin Silrujrf of Badger, Minn., Mr and" Mrs Arnold Hallar of Marble Rock, Mr and Mrs Irving Davidson of Charles City, Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and boys of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne,-Mr and Mrs Ole Peterseri, and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Mrs Delberi Geitzehauer, Mrs Alice Parker and Larry drove to Iowa. City, Wednesday, and returned home Thursday taking Marge Osier, who has, been 'a patient at Iowa City, to Her home in Greene. Miss Osier' is the bride-elect of Gerald Geitzen- au'er. • Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske of Davenport week-end, guests, in the homes of Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. ' • . Friday evening -dinner guests ,n the S. E. Straley home were VIr and Mrs Lyle Hansen and son Greg, Mr and Mrs Adolph Hansen, Mrs Otto Hansen of Thompson, and Mr and Mrs Clayton 'Wolffi The occasion honored Mrs Hansen's birthday anniversary. Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Ray Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Walter" Tate of Mankato, and Mr and. Mrs Voigf Opposes •"' '"* . School Post Fenlon — 'An unprecedented contest in the Sentra'l Community School distfict electiott, to take place Monday, Sept.' 12, developed last Week. Angus Cotton, Lone Rock banker who has held the office of school district- treasurer e^r__ since the Sentral district•/ was organized, is being' challenged for that position. next Monday by Gerald Voigt, manager Qtthe. Fenton offi<je,"cif> ,th(2 First'trust &; Savings 'Bank.' ,' In the-only 6tner elective office to be filled, Verl Smith.''is unopposed for the post of director, a three-year term. Balloting will take place at th'e Sentral school. One push on lever lubricates 42 bearings on this new model NEW IDEA 2-row pull picker. Fast! Efficient! Foolproof! Yessir, this is real grease lightning! low down payment With NEW IDES FINANCE PLAN I Now on display I See it today I WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa VOTE for VOIGT Your Vote and Syppqrt Will Be Appreciated In The Sentral Community School District Election On MONDAY, SEPT. 12 GERALD VOIGT ~ ' - Candidate F«r SCHOOL TREASURER I Eryin Kassulke and children of Tri-Moht, Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and David moved- to .ristherville last week. Charlene and Marcia Kay .Doehla of Pringar, Iowa, Wally Dean and Mark Christensen of Clear Lake, and Lynda, Steven and Lance Mueller ot Algona spent last week with their grandparents Mr and Mrs 'F. F. Mueller at their farm home north of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Arley Doehla, Mr and Mrs Wally Christensen, Deborah Dee and David, and Mr and Mrs Ferdie Mueller joined them for a picnic dinner Sunday. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and family attended a family reunion at Garner, Sunday. ' Mrs Art Priebe of Lone Roch went to Wichita,*-Kansas, oh Thursday of this past week. She :ook her two grandsons Charles md David Behne home and made the acquaintance of a new ;randson who arrived on Sun- lay, August 28. Charles and David have spent the summer months with their grandmothers Mrs Art Priebe and Mrs Florence Behne. Ronnie and Bryan Mortensen attended the wedding of a friend in Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr and Mrs Walt Peril accompanied Mr and Mrs Rueben Luedtke to Hammond, Wise. Friday where they attended a funeral. Mr and Mrs Harvey Long of Trenton, New Jersey, were Labor Day weekend guests in the Harvey Wilberg home. Mr and Mrs Carl Krueger have moved to Watertown, Wis. Mr and Mrs Dick Theesfield and family- have moved into the Krueger house in Fenton. The Legion Auxiliary will meet this Friday, September 9, with Mrs Levon Stienberger. Observe 20th Anniversary Fenion W.S.C.S. Fenion — The W.S.C.S. of the Fonton Methodist church met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Raymond Zwiefal was the devotional ICHT dor. Thf theme was "The Word in our Midst". Mrs Jack Gerhart passed out prayer cards which were signed by the members of the Women's Society. Mrs Esther Frank was in charge of the lesson. She was assisted by the Mesdames Charles Newel, Per' wood Voigt, Dale Voigt, and Carrie Voigt. The afternoon program was devoted to observing the '20tty anniversary of the W.S.C.S. Mrs. Harvey Walker read the names of the Charter Members, Mrs Ray Stoeber read an interesting account of the highlights of the W.S.C.S. for the past 20 years. A special service was held for the Golden Age Members. Each of the Golden Age members lit one of th,e 20 candles on the ca^e to represent past service. Candles were lit by two m.-w Golden Age Members, Mrs John Theesfield and Mrs Charles Voigt to represent service ahead. A love offering was taken following the can' djc- lighting. . Plans for the RjUmrnage Sale to be held September 24 were completed. . . . . ley, Mrs J. A. Schwartz, and Mrs Wayne Barr. Madsen Family Reunion Held At Seneca Farm Seneca — The Madsen family held a reunion at the Cecil Anderson farm home Sunday with a pot-luck dinner at noon. Present for the gathering were Mr and Mrs R. C. Button of Ames; Mr and Mrs Walter Madsen of Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Roger Anderson and family "tif West Bend; Mr-and .Mrs'Dale. E. Anderson and daughters of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Clarence Madsen; Carol 'Madsen; Mr and Mrs Arnold Madsen' and daughter; Mr and Mrs Ronnie Jacobson and s6n of-Esthervillef Mrs Donald Christensen t and sons; Mr and Mrs Ernest Jacobson and sons; and Mr and Mrs Leroy Jacobsen. The! occasion also\ honored Mrs Cecil Anderson her birthday anniversary. 4 ; Mr and Mrs Joe Madden recently visited' ter and family, the 'Howard ers at Waukee. The Boyers have a son born June 8. Mrs James Mallory of LuVerne accompan- ed them. ' ' Mr and Mrs Joe Madden were Sunday guests at the William Chelsey home at Fairmont! The Seneca Thursday club met with Mrs Edith Cage at Ringsted Thursday. i/Irs- Laurence Johannesen had ti.arge of the entertainment. Guests included Mrs Herbert Kraiise and Hoi lee. Mr and Mrs Roy Osborn ot Stewartvillc, Minn., were Sunday evening visitors at the Lester Osborn home. Mr and Mrs Laurence Johan- nestm and Larry took their daughter Kathryn to St. Paul Sunday where she will begin her teaching duties. Mr and Mrs Ole Pederscn attended a family gathering at the Morris Mitchell home near Fenton Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Petcrsen and Alyce and Clarence Chcevei- visited with Mrs Petersen's sister and family, the Dale McNa- mers, at Fort Dbr»7e, Sunday. M: McNamer is recuperating from a broken back sustained recently while working as a tree surgeon at Spencer. They also visited with their daughter Dorothy who is employed at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre and family spent the weekend at Des Moines where they visited with Mrs Andre's sister and family, the Wally Claypools, and also attended the State Fair. Rennee Votteler was hostess to the Seneca Stars 4-H club at her home Friday. Jill Jensen and Alyce Petcrsen gave talks. Several Seneca young people met at Fairmont Friday afternoon for a reunioli. They were Lois Wilberg, Marilyn Johannesen, Jane Ruger, Margaret Nielsen, Judy Nelson. Marlene Jensen, now of Ringsted, and Eva- Ion Schlei of Fenton. The group enjoyed a picnic supper. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg L.OIS, Jerry and Raymond attended the wedding of Barbara Reed and AI Wopd, w^cb, was solemnized Saturday at (Jstherville. Raymond sprved as u§her at the wedding and Lois, as a waitress at trie receptions which followed the ceremqny. p.. R. Patterson ha,s been visiting with his daughter and family, the William Gilchr|sts, at St. Joseph, Mp. and ..attending the Connie Mack Litfie League Baseball, T ourn 4 irnen .'" His grandson, Billy Gikhrist. i^ one of the pitchers on the St. Joseph team. Mr and Mrs Morgan Tennyson, Jr. of Truman, Minn, wejre guests at the Lester Qg- Coming Events Tuesday, Sept. 6 — Fentott Woman's Cltjb * Wednesday, Se^t. 7 — Maxine 'Circle ( Tnursday, Sept.- 8 — DepeW. Circle; Friendly Neighbor Cluu Friday, Sept. (9 — Legidn Auxiliary. . 4 Honored At r Seneca Shower Seneca Kathleen Cairigan and Mr.s, C.alym. Va.udt ag- anied by • Mi? and • Mrs Ghir- comnanied . for a vacation and sightseeing 1 of Fairmont, bride-elect of Charles Hantelman was" honored a. a shower Friday evening at tht Seneca School. Mrs Olaf Norland was mistress of ceremonies. Mrs Norland gave some bits of advice 'to the bride after which! Miss Delores Kleinschmidt o'f Fairmont gave the story of leen's life. Rennse Votteler presented a vpcal'solo, after which Mrs Norman Bellinger read.' "The Poor Bridegroom." Mrs Norland read a poem, "Houses. 1 The honored "guest was then invited to open her shower gifts, assisted by her sisters, Cjlqrlis and Cherice, and a friend, Delores Kleinschmidt. ! ( Mrs Everett Klocko presided at the silver servjce. Hostesses included Mesdames Margaret Klocko Foarde, Cassie" Klocko, Henrietta Thompson, Olaf Norland, John Waite, Howard Preston, Raymond Gardner, Norman Bollinger, Gordon Garrison, Elmer Hanriisch, Lyle England, Herman Gabel, Albert Johnson, Russe'l Kauffman, George Schneider, and Eldon Hantelman, Arnold Hantelman, and Everett Klocko. Miss Carrigan's marriage to Charles Han- teiman will be solemnized on Sept. 24. Mrs Henrietta Thompson accompanied by her daughters/ Genese Hampton and children recently spent a week visiting relatives in Kansas City and on a trip to the Lake oi' the Ozarks Mr and Mrs Wayne Wilberg and children of La Porte, Indiana arrived Saturday morning for a weekend visit at the parental Martin Wilberg home. On Sunday the Wilbergs had a family gathering at Favmont. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen took Marilyn to ;imes last week where she has enrolled at Iowa State University, as a sophomore. She took her freshman year 01 college' at Augustana, Sioux Falls. Mr and Mrs Edward Winchell and son of San uiego, California were Monday Efening dinner guests at the Martin Wilbergs, Edward and Jerry Wilberg were navy buddies. The Winchells were enroute to Washington, D. -C. Jon Jensen, son of the Millen Jensens, former Seneca residents now living at Waltham, Minn, is a patiept at the Methodist Hospital at Rochester, where he submitted to surgciy recently. Mrs William Gilchrist and son Billy of St. Joseph, Mo., came Tuesday for a few days visit with her parents, the O. R. Pattersons, also her sister and family, the Donald Cronks. Stuck!) 160, xresnmen juenma, stucKU IDU, end,, and Gary Be'rktahd, 139, • ''• ft ,*>* ' ••/• halfback. Other snuad niembers , art V/aiter Da'ukefi, Ken' Kerber, Larry Bierstedt, Dennis Ohm f Wayne\Pre'ston, Jon Jentz, Gene Lockwood, John Ruger, Leot Wichtendahl, Demtis "Newel, Glon Hantelman ( deoifge Bier stedt, Jerry McArthur, , Briaft Borchardt, Wayne Eimer, Richard England, Jim Bergum, Don Hanisch,' John Lufkin, Gerald Lufkin. Here's the comp'efe schedule'. Sept. 9—-Kanfcwha, here Sept. 16*-*Ai ju,ake Park Sept. 23—Tltonka, heref Sepl. 30—Ai Armstrong Obi. 7—Swea Ciiy, here Oct.' 14—Raka, here Oct. 21—Ai Thompson ' Oci. 28—Ai Burt Dealer Previews 1961 Dodge Line Clayton Percival and Gene Kreyer of Percival Motors, Dod- _ge. dealership at Algona, Iowa, 'were among 1,900 dealers who previewed 1961 Dodge cars and .trucks in Kansas City on Sept. 2. A special showing of the 1961 Dodge Polara, Dodge Dart, Bodge, trucks and the* new compact Dodge Lancer was held in the Municipal Auditorium there. "Introduction of bur compact 'Lancer will mark the second- time within a year that Dodge has put a totally new car on the market" Clayton Percival said}. "Last year Dodge introduced .the Dart. We believe the Lancer JvilU be equally as successful as a companion car. This new *corn- pact will combine economy and low price with most of' the features of bigger cars." The new 1961 ,Dodge Models will be on pub*!c'display September , 29th at Percival Motors'. Lloyd Gerber local pilot and flying club member flew the party to Kansas City, returning after dark and landing the group in his usual expert mariner. Homemakers The Family Liyihfr ppmmlttee wm meet,Wednesday,! September f at 9:3"0 a.m. f<3 plah-the kickroff lor the KossulH, GpunV Hdnie- makers' chairman, and Vice-dhair* man', This'tea-and jfle shew, i!j tentatively set (for Sefrtembei* 30. name of-' witet, Ruhnke Was inadvefta"ntly, bniitted tfoni tKe-lls't of"WUe'ribbon,win- ners' in ihe 4-H Holsteiri heifer calf division "Which Wfes printed iri the Upp& fees' Mdfnes a week WITH NATURAL AIR DRYING SYSTEMS Htre'i the Corn Crib that drl« ear corn down to.»afe-»tofog» level* fa»t«f t for Gov«fnrnerif Sealing. ' ' Complete f>oekage Includen , A., 5 hp 2f fan (3 fihdie <* ilngle); B. steel tonnecfor band/ C. 24" wild. »(•«! entry tub*; D; heavy'iteelbdr mesh 1 ventilator. ' • < All hardware included/ Behlen Gorn'Grlb li made of Ndj 2-gquge »te»l Bar Meth... galvanized w|(h up to 6, time* normal amount of zinc after ; we/dfiig. to prevent rust, even on weld ipoii. "Steep Pitch" roof fill* to iedk without hand level* ing^ Extra wide, dopr«. From 611 to 1940 busheli, WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fentorj, Iowa Theesfield Gir! Is Cancer Victim Nancy Kay Theesfield,'• 14, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Theesfield Jr. now -of Hammond, Wis. but formerly of Fen ton, died^ recently of cancer. Funeral services were held at Baldwin, Wis. Aue. 30. Her mother was the former Helen Peril. Her parents and three sisters, survive, as well. as her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Peril, and Mr and Mrs Henry Theesfield Sr. all of Fenton! A POINT TO REMEMBER EVERY TICKET FROM US FOR FUEL OIL HAS A STAMPED MARK FROM A PRINT-0-METER SHOWING THE EXACT GALLON- AGE YOU HAVE RECEIVED. " ' '' ' ' '' '' ''*. ' . ',".'. ; - . ' ' «^kh^^^ FARM SERVICE CO. Clarence or Webb* There Is No Phone 122, Fenton Airlines.surpassed railroads in total passenger 'miles for the first time in 19bY.; Sentral Squad Will Improve With Experience Sentral hi£h school's Satellites; 34 -strong, began working out A\ig, 24 under Coach Ken Walter and Assistant Coach Tony Winter- Prospects, according to CQgch Walter, are fair, with good weight and speed in the line and bafkjield- Experience is lacking, but barring injuries to' key players as the season progresses, the Satellites should be capable of giving any club a gpod tussle. will open its season againstvKapawhit at Sentral Friday nigjit, Sept. 9. Tho contest ;vill marH ihe first genie in history at Sentral. All games a year ago, when, the team played an abbreviated* spnecjlule, were played on the road. ,Lc'Hermen ar$; Parvl Preston. 17iv Ife. hijllback, tlerbie Kntuse 145, Ibr qwarterback, Dennis Geitzenauer, 16Q Itt- end and back JoM H«vey, 18Q lb. tacjde, and ~ AngHS. ?"5 lb. tacklp, all senior^ "' •'• 'ispj^ng to,, thp cp,^ch^.f, other ilitrtawdinS ptospecis are seniors Dafrel Schmidt 160 center, Dave Hainjdnger, 160, fullback, Dick trip into northern Minn. They,. Petei'Wn, 150, guard, and Jaiut-y THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embctlmers qnd Funeral Directors ^ Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence, RINQSTER 21QP1 2} 006, 90216, FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN (nyites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA qnd GEHl EOgiPMENT Bus. Phone 3 ' Res, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDIN/V SERVICE R»r Bulld|ng - Reippdeling ' Or; E. W. 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