The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 12
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September 20,1960 |y the Upper bes Main** Publishing C6., Algeria, l«wo MRS. ARDttH HAlVlft&ON Newt loiter e-A>gena 00.) Upper Des Mdinet Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1960 Missing Boy, 5, Found In Ditch After Taking A Nap Fenion — Jeffrey Jentz, 5, slepl later than usual Saturday morning. So did his exhausted but relieved mother, Mrs Mervin Jentz. » Jeffrey was missing for two hours Friday afternoon. His mother called and called. Neighborhood women and children searched nearby weed patches and fchecked their homes. _ About 6 p.m., Donna Cannon, "14, next-door neighbor, started down the street on a bike. There in the ditch, across the road from his home and next to an alfalfa "field, was Jeffrey, crying. He had apparently been asleep and just ±. .awakened. i; Earlier he and another neighborhood boy had an argument ;_ over a razor blade they'd found. = in quarreling over it the other boy had been cut and apparently = Jeffrey had ducked out of sight — to avoid a scolding. His "system" worked. By the - time he was safely back with his - parents, his brother, Joel, 6, and his sister Colleen, 4, everybody ••.• was glad to see him. ' St. John's Aid Mel * The St. John's Lutheran Ladies -•' Aid met Wednesday, September 17, in the church parlors. Rov. Friedrich led the topic discussion. It was announced that the Bible Institute, would be held nt the Algona Lutheran church on Sunday evenings from Sept. 25 co Nov. 27. Hostesses were Mrs John Fuhr, Mrs William Hantelinan. and Mrs George Jentz. Guests were the Mesdames Fred Jentz, Gerald Jentz, Mervin Jentz and Colleen, Ed Bruhn, and Clara Johnson. Fenion Forward 4-H The Fenton Forward 4-H Club mel at the home 01 Bonnie Jentz, Monday, Sept. 12. Twelve members and the leader, Mrs Ruby Wolters, answered roll call. Mrs Edwin Witchcndahl was a guest. Sandra Seegcbarth joined Ihe group as "a new member. Election of officers was as follows: President, Joanne Witeh- endahl; vice president, Jeanette Witchendahl; secretary, Karen Scegebarth; treasurer, Bonnie Jentz: Historian, Jackie Laabs: reporter, Marilyn Alt; photographer, Carol Bellinger; recreation chairman, Judy Berkland and ?"»WB««*^ : .CURVE Sleep on a SEALY Post in eliedic "Dangerous curve" from a too- toft mbttreu can cause painful "morning backache." Sleep on a button-free Potturepedic Matrreu ... designed in cooperation with leading orthopedic surgeons. Extra Length — 39" wide (twin) or 34" x 81'/2 long. Also extra width. FOAM RUBBER, full or twin sixes. PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa Came in' and see the CORN CRIBS WITH NATURAL AIR DRYING SYSTEMS Here's the Corn Crib that dries ear corn down to safe storage levels faster for Government Sealing. , Corhplete Package includes: A. 5 hp 24" fan (3 phase or single)) B. steel connector band; C. 24" solid steel entry tube; D. heavy steel bar mesh ventilator. /// hardware included! Behlen Corn Crib is made of No. 2-gauge steel Bar Mesh... galvanized with up to 6 times normal amount of zinc after welding to prevent rust/ even on weld spots. "Steep Pitch" roof fills to peak without hand leveling. Extra wide doors. •From 611 to 1940 bushels. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa Sentral Hosts Titonka Friday Night Thcesficld, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Henry Theesfield in Wisconsin, wore Mr and Mrs Walter Peril, Mr and Mis Adolph Peril. Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield, Etvin Ruhnke, Mr anil Mrs Rueben Luedtke, and Mr and Mrs Walter Bierstedt, Eviroutc home Mr and Mrs Adolph Peril visited in the Jack Pifen home at Brainard.-Minn. Nellie Circle — Wed.. Sept. 21; W.S.C.S. Rummage Sale — Sat., Sept. 24. BRUNO m Sandra Scegcbarta. This year the project for the members will be cooking and baking. Joyce Berkland gave an interesting talk on Miracle fabrics Bonnie Jentz gave- a demonstration on pattern alternations. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Billy Jenlz returned to Coda; Falls Tuesday, September 13, for his . senior year at Iowa Staie Teacher's Collegu Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs Olaf Norland were Mrs Earl Lufkin, Mrs Audrey Phillips, Mrs Bruce Jcnsvold and son Erik 01' Chicago, and Mrs Lyndon Kerber. " Sunday dinner guesls in Ihe Albert Mitchell home- were Mr and Mrs Chester Skarr, Harold and Bernette of Primgar, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and family, and Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell. Georcje Jorganson S: 1 . left Tuesday for Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he attended the funeral of his sister, .Mrs Ed Winters on Wednesday. Mrs Winters has been an invalid the past 20 years. Mr and Mrs Lyle Basseli of Mil ford were last week-end guests in the Ray Stocbcr home. Sunday dinner guests in the Stocber home were the Bassetts, and Mrs Elsie Reed and Mrs Virgie Allen of Algonu. Mrs Minnie Dreyer is hospitalized at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mrs Dreyer fell Monday evening r,nd X-rays revealed a broken bone in her left hip. She makes her home with her daughter, and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Art Kraut,-. Thursday evening dinner guests in the Warren Jones home were Mr and Mrs James Hypse and Donald Lee of Spencer and Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson Jr., Paul, and Linda. Maxine Circle met Wednesday afternoon with hostess Mrs Ray Stoeber and co-1-.ustess Mrs Harry Haase. Mrs Derwood Voigt present the lesson on 'Christian Beliefs'. Mrs Dale Voigt was in charge of the worship service. "The W.S.C.S. of Ihe local Methodist church is sponsoring a rummage sale at the Fenton Community Center Saturday September 24th Besides a line of good used clothing they will also have baked goods -for sale. The M.Y.F. will also be selling homemade candy at this time. Lunch will be served from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Miss Edna Hanlelman of Dubuque, Iowa, visited with Fenton relatives and Mentis this past week. Mr and Mrs George Ricks and Doris of Titonka were Sunday guests in the Roelf Miller home. John Helmers, 72, Dies At Fenton Home Fenion — John Romney Hcl- mer, 72, died suddenly at 3 a.m Saturday at his home three miles north of Fenton. He had suffered a Jun™ ailment f-- several years' Mr Helmer was born July 23 1888, at Claytonvillc, 111. He wa: graduated from DePaul university, Chicago as an electrical engineer. He was married to Margare, Fox in Chicago. They lived in Fenton until 1924 *nd then returned to Chicago where he was employed by International Har vesler company. They came back to Fenton to farm in 1941, and Mr Ilelmer retired from active farming about four years ago but remained living at the farm home. Survivors include: his wife, three .children, Dr. John Helmer, South Bend, Ind.; Mrs Frank Leonard, Downers Grove, 111. James Edgar Helmer, Arlington Heights, 111.; and 14 grandchildren. Services were held at ]0 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Catholic church Armstrong, and burial was near Chicago. Thomas funeral home, Fenton, was in charge of arrangements. The 1960 Sentral Satellites are shown in the above photo, Sentral dropped its second game Friday night to Lake^Park, 33-19, after holding a 19-14 edge at the end of the third period. in the front row left to right, are Larry Bierstedt, Kenny Kerbcr, Dick Peterson, Kenny Bierstedt, Lynn Bierstedt, Gerald Ltiecltke, G:tn Mameunan, Ga.'y Berkland, Dave Hainzmg-jr and Head Coach en Walter. Second row, left to right, Assistant Coach Tony Winter, Wayne Preston, Djrrell Schin dt. Djnny Gcitzenauer, Davyl Preston, Herbie Krause, Jamcy Jensen, Dennis Newel, John Roger, Jon Jentz and VN alter DacKerf. Third row, left to right, Leon Geilzc-nauer, Brian Borchardt, Jerry ivu-Arihur, John Hovey, Terry Juhi, Gerald Angus, Dennis SlucKi and Leon • Wichtendahl. Back row, left to right, Richard England, John Lufkin, Donald Manisch. James Borgum, George Bierstedt and Wayne Elmers. The Satellites are beginning their second season of football and first featuring both ,gamas at home and away. All games in 1959 were played on foreign fields. (UDM Newsfolo-Engraving). Knoll To Be Queen Of Senfrd Band Fenion — Members of the Sentral High school band have selected Donna Knoll as their band queen for uie Alpona band festival to be held Saturday, October 1st and Sandy Ellefson to represent them at the Estherville Band Festival to be held October 15. Both girls are seniors and both are clarinet players in the Sentral High School Band. Mrs Matilda Rosburg of Braham, Minnesota, was a guest in the Ed Bruhn home from Sunday to Wednesday Mrs Rosburg is a sister of Ed Bruhn. Guests in the S. E. Straley home last Sunday were: Mr and Mrs Gerald Brace, Hayficld. Minn., Mr and Mrs S. E. Brace and sons, LuVerne, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Donald Void, Lynn ana Sheila Kae of Lake Mills, Mr and Mrs Lyle Hanson and Greg, Mr and Mrs Claytoi-. vVolt'f, Mr and Mrs Wyatt Stott, Lebanon. Mo. Mr and Mrs Leo Immerfall anri Cheryl of Algona. The occasion was for the birindays of Mrs Void, Mrs Hanson, and Mrs Gerald Brace. Miss Dorothy Bonnallie, Missionary to Japan, now home on furlough and her sister Ann;i Marie Bonnallie of Austin, Minn. were Sunday evening guests in the Albert Mitchell nome. Tuesday overnight guests in the Ernest Vottelei nomc were Mr and Mrs Alfred Bleckwenn of Medical Lake, Wash., Thursday Mr and Mrs Bleckwenn and Mr and Mrs Vottcler visited with Dr and Mrs Vincent Vottcler .at Laurens. For A LIMITED TIME We Offer A SPECIAL DISCOUNT on Fertilizer Plowed Down This Fall. Step in and make arrange- | ments for your Fertiliser Spread- £ ing As Seen As Possible It will b* a big Saving Over Next faring'* Fertiliier Prices. FALL APPLICATION GIVES YOU MUCH BETTER RESULTS ON NEXT YEAR'S CROP . . .ALSO LESS PACKING ON YOUR SOIL ! Woman's Club Opens New Year Fenion — The first meeting of the new year for the F<jnton Woman's Club was held in the home of Mrs E. C. Wcisbrod. Mrs Arlo Ranney was co-hostess in absentia. During the program Mrs Clayton Ditsworth read a story from a book by H. L. Chacc of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Mrs Paul Eigler conducted 3 quiz which was won by Mrs Ernest Votteler. Mrs Arthur Priebe of Lone Rock presided. Mrs Olaf Norland was welcomed as a new member of the club. Wednesday evening dinner guests in the Wayne Alderson home were Mr and Mrs Alfred Bleckwenn of Medical Lake Washington. Mr and Mrs Waller Friedrich of Moorhead, Minn., were overnight guests Monday of the Ernest Votteler home. Mr Friedrich's father was a former pastor at the Lutheran church in Fenton and at the Lutheran church at Fairville. Wednesday guests in Ihe Albert Mitchell home were Miss Grace Nelson and Mrs James Nelson and Becky-of Joice, Iowa., Grace Nelson is an E. L. C. Missionary in Japan and is spending her furlough with her parents in Canada. She is presently visitine her sister- and brother at Joice iowa. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson and Barbara and Mr and Mrs A. E. Nelson joined other relatives at Kstherville for a family picnic last Sunday. Among those vno recently attended the funeral of Nancy Kae ONIY ON MEW IDEA 2- ROW PICKER! ONE SHOT LUBRICATION llggitt timi-iaving convenience ever built into my corn harvnttr! One push on lever lubricates 42 bearings on this new model NEW InfiA 2-row l° w «' OWB pull picker. Fast! Efficient! Foolproofl wlfh Niw Ycssir, this is real grease lightning! 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