The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 18
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October 4, 1960 •ubliitiod By Th« Upptr DM M*lfiM PttMliHlnf ft*., Alg»h«, town MM. AftDITH MAIVEMON Sental Homecoming Friday To Pick Queen, King And Play SweaCityHi Homecoming festivities at Sentral high, Oct. 7, will open with a pep rally at 3 p.m. The Scntral marching band will perform before game time. The football game will be with the Swea City Trojans and Swea City's band will entertain at half time. King and queen candidates selected from the senior class are; Linda Tomlinson, Jeanotte Hanna, Janice hanover, Herbert Krause, John Hovey and Richard Petersen. The queen will have an attendant from each of the lower classes. Candidates are: Virgean Bierstedt, and Bonnie Jcntz, juniors; Gail Hantelman and Lois Finnestad, sophomores; Lynn Kerber and Jackie Laabs, freshmen. "Dancing in the gymnasium after the game will not be formal nor will it be a sock hop," said Don Blanchard. principal. "Coats for the boys and shoes for all," he adds. The dance will continue until 11:30 or mi'amght. 4—Ai&ona (la.) upper Ues Mom*» Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1960 Fenton Girl To Be Bride Of Bancroft Man Only Bachelor Businessman In Fenton To Wed Fenton — Fenton business men's wives met in the home of Mrs Don Stfinbergcr Monday evening to make plans for a miscellaneous shower honoring "Kenneth Krause and his bride-to-be Patti Person. Kenneth who operates the Phillip 66 Service Station and is the only bachelor among the Fenton business men. will be married October 8. 11 Host and hostesses for the oc- "! casion will be the Fenton business men and t-ieir wives. The shower will be held at the Fenton 'Community Center Tuesday evening October 25 at 7:30. Tht public is cordially invited to attend the courtesy. No other invitations are being issued. Mr and Mrs Albert Schwarzenbach, Fenton, announce the engagement and approaching -marriage of their daughter, Karen, to Mr Edmund Krapp, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Krapp, Bancroft. An j Seniors^ Richard retersen, prcsi- October wedding 'is being planned. (UDM Engraving). Classes Eleci Officers Sentral high school classes have elected officers as follows: Lake. Mrs Jens Halverson ot Ringsted who has been visltin., the past three weekk in the Robert Halverson home returned to her home with them. Etnil Huskamp who has bean visiting relatives here recently left tor his home at Redondo Beach, Calif. The Clarence Ar- bogasls took him to Minneapolis where he left by plane. Tne Ai bogasts visited w;th relatives in the cities for several days before returning home. Vernon Wilberg. Roger Cher land and James Bergum, members of Blakjcr Luther League arid members from Armstrong, accompanied by their pastor. Rev. David Vigcn, spent Saturday at St. Olaf College, North- Curtis Olsens Of Seneca Are Honored, 40th Seneca — The children of Mr and Mrs Curtis Olson honored their parents on their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday after* noon by having a party for then 1 at their home. The three-tiered cake, .baked and decorated by Mrs Albert Mitchell, was a gift from Mr Olsons four sisters, a brother, Alvin, and his father, Sam Olsen, also Jrrry Olsens and Jerry Beavers, all who live in California. Tht Olsens were also recipients of n purse of money and other gifts from their family and friends. Present for the occasion were Mr and Mrs Howard Preston and family; Mr and Mrs Everett Zit- Charles Arbogasl of Edin Val- terich and family of Ten-ill; Mi ley, Minn, and Mrs Bertha Ar- rmH Mrs Rnh .Tar>nV>c,iTi nr>ri fnmi. bogast of Paynesville, Minn. FURNACE CLEANING We Have Rental Service (Reasonable Rate) ON PULLMAN PORTABLE VACUUM CLEANER for FURNACES Rent It 7- Do It Yourself — Clean Your Furnace McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING FENTON NOW . . . . . .. from Your STANDARD OIL TANK MAN ..... INSURANCE PROTECTION On Your Budget Plan Payments AT NO COST TO YOU! Standard Oil Issues You An Insurance Policy FREE so that your budget plan paymsnis are INSURED in case of (1) Accident (2) Sickness (3) Death. YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A dent; Susan Montgomery, vice president; Loveda Kohlwes, secretary; and Linda Tomlinson, treasurer. Student council representatives are Herbert Krause and Janice Hannover. Juniors: Terry Juhl, president; Barbara Tomlinson, vice president; Virgean Bierstedt, secretary; and Barbara Wehrspan, treasurer; Barbara Tomlinson and Joanne Dreyer are student council representatives. Sophomores: Bill Weisbrod, Sharon Krause, vice president and Lois Finnestad, secretary- treasurer. Student council representatives are Beverly Wehrspan and Lynn Bierstedt. Freshmen: Bn.an Borchardt, president; Linda Rarnus, vice- president; Dennis Howe, secretary-treasurer. Cheryl Gross:and Jackie Laabs are student council members. Mrs Eigler Hostess The U Duel Em Bridge Club met Tuesday evening with Mrs Paul Eigler for their first meeting of the new club year. Guests were Mrs Arlo Ranney and Mrs E. W. .Ruske. Mrs Clayton Dilsworth Won high score prize and BUILT-IN "PEACE OF MIND" SEE MEYER Your Standard Oil Man FENTON - PHONE 44 LONE ROCK - WA 5-30 15 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Mrs Amos high. Finnestad second spent this past week in the Clarence Arbogast home and with other relatives in this area. Also Saturday overnight guests in the Arbogast home was Ivtr and MrL- Donald Hcgg of Paynesville Minn. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn were Sunday guests in the Hilbert Hantelman home at Mankato. Minn. Mr and Mrs SWilfred Stoeber and Wayne were Saturday night supper guests and over night visitors in the Oliver Stoeber home at Laurel, Iowa. On Sunday they attended church at the Christian church at Newton, la. and were dinner guests of Rev and Mrs Cromwell Cleveland. Mrs Cleveland and Mrs Sioebei are cousins. Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman ot Burt are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday Sept. 28 at the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. She weighed 8 pounds and has been named Tresa. Ann. Mr and Mrs Wolfe and Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton are the grandparents. Mrs E. J. Frank recently spent a few days in the home of her daughter, the Robert Johansens in Minneapolis. Mrs Fara Frank of Hancock, Minn. returned home with her for a visit >of a week. • Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Arbogast home were Mrs Bertha Arbogast of Paynesville, Minn. Charles Arbogast of Edin Valley, Minn., Mrs Ella Huskamp of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Donald Hegg of Paynesville, Mr and Mrs Hans Baago. and Mrs Olga Huskamp, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp joined the group for the afternoon. Hantelman-Carrigan Vows and Mrs Bob Jacobson and family of Mallard; Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olscn and family of Ringsted; the Kenneth Larsens of Mallard and Judy Wiener of Fenton. Climaxing the day for the Olsens was a telephone call from their son and daughter and families, the Jerry Olsens and the Jerry Beavers from San Bernardino, also a call from Curtis, father and brother, Sam and Alvin Olsen, also from San Bernardino, Calif. The Olsens were especially happy to hear from Sam Olsen as he had just celebrated his 90th birthday Sept. 20. Curtis Olsen was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening on his birthday anniversary when the Howard Prestons and- the Gaylord Olsens dropped in. bringing with them a beautifully decorated birthday eake. The W.M.F. of St. John's Lutheran church of Depew met Thursday afternoon with hostess es Mrs Elmer Randa and Mrs George Twait. JV;am business of the day was election of officers. Mrs Art Juhl wua elected president; Mrs Clarence BerRland vice president; Mrs Ernest Berk- laud, secretary and Mrs Nclvin Egland, treasurer. Mr and Mrs Chris Dahl and Dennis attended the open-house Sunday at the Ryan Lake Church near High Lake for the 25tb wedding anniversary of Mr and WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DplM, NEW IDEA end OEHL EQUIPMENT •vt, Hit n« 1 R«f . Pbon« 60 HANTELMAN IUILDINA SERVICE 17 Dr. E. W. Rusk* DENTIST Office Phone 79 29 The Fenton REPORTER I« The Only Publication Print- e4 TM* Takes An Interest In • Fenton! UOYD M. BERKLAND 'Ijntnfftf loal fftfrtt irolttr and Farm loans dcrgarlncr who stoutly asserted that "she knew more than God." As Nina Logo, Mrs Schwartz first taught 52 years ago in n country school at Lotts Crook. One of her listeners, Monday, was Airred Krueger, Lone Rock, one of her former pupils there. Mrs Ernest Votlclcr taught rural schools in Emmet c'ounty in 1920. Mrs Votleler,. who was the former Lillian Drew, said she and Mrs Schwartz began teaching when they were 18, Besides the speakers, the program featured group singing and three piano duets played by Jancan Zwiefel and Janet Walkc/. Most of us are beginning to learn that the cost of experience has gone up like everything else. Peterson. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family spent Saturday nii'ht and Sunday in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home ai Morristown, Minn. Susan Hantelman, who is taking nurses training at Abbott Hospital, Minneapolis also spent the weekend hi the Schmidtke home. Mr and Mrs Chris Dahl visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs Minnie Wuiff at Armstrong. It was Mrs Wuiff birthday anniversary Members of the Fairville Ladies Aid Society entertained the members of St. Paul Ladies Aid Society of Whittemore, on Wed nesday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs Lloyd Berkland had the devotions and Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt was in charge of the afternoon prograst. Mrs Clarence Arbogast, Mrs Olga Huskamp, and their guests, Mrs Bertha Arbogast of Paynesville, Minn, .and Charles Arbo- ! east of Edin Valley, Minn, were- Monday guests of Mr and Mrs Gerald Schmilt of LuVerne. Janet Behne, student nurse at Kahlcr Hospital School of Nursing, Rochester, s-ient from Friday evening to Monday with her mother Mrs Flortv.ee Behne. B. G. Berkeland drove to St. Paul, Saturday. Mrs Berkeland has been at the Robert Berkeland home the past couple weeks assisting with the work. The Berkeland's grandson, Mark, has been very ill at the Swedish Hospital following surgery two weeks ago Sunday for a ruptured appendix. Mr and Mrs Kenneih Halver son took their daughter Barbara to Minneapolis on Thursday to attend the Lutheran Bible Institute. They also V.sited with Mark Borkeltmd at the Swedish .Hospital and ;j. with the 1 -.Robert Ualvei'iou laiiiily al While Btai Armstrong Hops On Sentral Grid Team By 33-0 Armstrong's powerful football pam raced to a 33-0 win over Sentral at Armstrong Friday night in a State Line Conference tray. The winners have now chalked up three straight in the loop, while Sentral has yet to win a game this season. Senlral will host Swea City at its first Homecoming this Friday light. The Trojans raced to their fourth straight win without defeat Friday night, a 65-0 decision •jver Thompson. Terry Holm and Jim Cecil, who have shared scoring honors all season for Armstrong, got all five counters against Sentral. Hplm went 32, 40 and 12 yards for his three TDs, while Cecil .lashed 24 and 21 for his. Armstrong wound up .with 19 first .towns and a toial of 385 yards .•ushing, while the winners' de- iense snackled 'Sentral all night. Coming Events Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona spent Sunday with her son and family, the Henry Loofts. That afternoon they called on the Norman Pingles and the Edward Loofts at Ledyard. Mrs Andrew Stefanski visited with her grandmother, Mrs Francis K. Myers of New London, Wise, who arrived recently at the home of her daughter. Mrs Myers observed her 99th birthday on Sept. 17, and has been living alone until now. Carol Johannesen arrived home last Thursday, having completed a course at the Professional Business Institutes at St. Paul. Senecans attending the Nazareth Guest Day at Armstrong Tuesday included Mrs Amey Cherland, Mrs Ucley Chcrland, Mrs Elmer Krause, Mrs Laurence Johannesen, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs John Johannesen and Mrs Henry Looft. Mrs John Johannesen was hostess to the Modern Mixers club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The group voted a contribution to the Childrens Home Finding Society of Iowa. Mrs Fred Johannesen had charge of the entertainment. Jerry Jentz was taken to Holy Family hospital at Estherville Saturday evening where it was found he had a ruptured appendix. He submitted to surgery and is showing satisfactory recovery. The Tom Hensleys of Indianapolis, Ind." were recent visitors at the Everett Wilhams.. Last Sunday they visited the Grotto at West Bend and then drove to Irvington where they called on the Carl Scips. Enroute ihome they visited with the George Lees at Algona. Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kenneth, Mr and Mrs Raymond Gardner and Eugene, MrS Carrie Jensen, and Miss Bertha Gardner of Fairmont were Sunday guests at the Virgil Gardner ionic. The dinner honored Chu.c- •ue Gardner on his first birthday anniversary. Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver accompanied by Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg drove to Sioux Falls last Friday for the plowing contest. Kathleen Doris Carrigan and Charles Robert Hantelman were married in an evening ceremony Sept. 24, at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Fairmont, Minn. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Carrigan, of Fairmont and the groom's parents are Mr and Mrs Laurence Hantelman, Swea City, la. The Rev. O. F. Krause officiated at the double ring service. W. A. Banke was organist and Keith Forstrom sang. Attendants to the bride were Deloris Kleinschmidt, maid of honor; and the bride's sisters, Cherice and Corliss, bridesmaids. The groom's attendants were Eugene Gardner, Bancroft, best man; the biTde's brother, Curtis, and Roger Laue, Ceylon, groomsmen. Eldon Hantelman, Fenton, la., and Milburne Carrigan, Jackson, uncles of the couple, were ushers. About 200 guests attended the reception in the church base. mt-nt, after the toremony. The couple planned a wedding trip along the North Shore of _iake Superior, and will then be at home at lllVfe N. North avenue. The bride is a graduate of Fairmont high school and is employed at Fairmont National bank., where she will continue her work. The groom, a graduate of Sentral high school, w:M worr: Vor Lindc Implement Swea City. company, at We Will DRESS, /, PICK & DRAW Your Chickens Call No. 6 At Fenton (40" Early Teachers Of Fenton Area Tell Experiences Reminiscences by former teachers at the Monday evening reception for the Sentral school staff brought smiles, chuckles, and hearty laughter from the audience. Mrs J. A. Schwartz of Fenton said she always loved one kin- While some men battle their way to the top, others bottle their way to the bottom. 4-way action . saves you money Insist on Carbola disinfecting white paint l7 PainiriTcleairwhite A _ 2. Kills many disease germs, itf **-**. < 3. Keeps cobwebs down, for months > • 4. Kills flies . • ONE EASY SPRAYING OF CARBOLA disinfecting •white paint gives your farm buildings important profit protection! Come in and ask how CARBOLA can save you time, labor and money — and ask about renting our Carbola sprayer. Duncan Produce Fenton FALL SPECIALS ON ~,// . , ! • ,..« -if :.-. ,*r £ if t : New Machinery FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED -6 x 10 J. D. Barge Box ,.-= $179.00 —6 x 12 J. D. Barge Box $198.00 —4 ton Twin-Draulic wagon, less tires $119.00 —5 ton Sudenga wagon, less tires $149.00 —5'/z ton Broyhill bolster hoist '. $ 99.00 — 5V2 ton Interstate bolster hoist $ 79.95 1—1500 bu. Sioux corn crib w/air dry ventilator (list $650.00) $520.00 POLAR PERMANENT ANTI-FREEZE in YOUR CAN @ gallon, $1.85 , WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA vo'ctoo.o«o;o:o:co*o#:;i^^ Wednesday, October 5— St. John's Ladies Aid Society. Thursday, October 6th — Fairville Aid; Wpmuns Society ot Christian Service, 6ocd Neighbors At Root Farm Fenton — A Good Neighbor deed was held on the Donald Root farm last Monday when the lollowing men came with tractors and plows and plowed 30 acrei; Lyndon Kerber, Earl Lufkin. Clifford Douglas, Derwood Veigl, Dal. Voigt, and William Wiener. Mr Root b»s been ill for the past six weeks. 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