The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1967 · Page 22
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S MARCH 23,1967 • i i 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, March 23, 1967 Students Tell Of Experience On Exchanges FENTON - The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday, March 14, at the home of Mrs. Hllbert Bierstedt with Mrs. Esther Frank co-hostess. Program committee was Mrs. Ella Newel and Mrs. Wilfred Stoelrer. Eleven members answered roll call with "this means Spring to me." Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Wm. Phelps and Mrs. August Brandt were guests, the latter two from Swea City. Mrs. Bierstedt, president, had charyu of the short business meeting. Mrs. Ella Newel introduced the speakers on the program; Patricia Phelps was an exchange student from here to Finland last summer. She lived with a host family and referred to them as her mother, father, sisters and brothers. Patricia told of her experience as a helper in hay making, also told of ttie religion and churches, homes, food products and culture of the country. She showed colored slides which were very interesting. Ana Maria Araujo from Montevideo, Uruguay, South America, an exchange student for 10 months, was also a speaker. She attends Swea City school and lives with the August Brandts on a farm near Swea City. She told about the culture, products, schools and government of her country. She also showed colored slides which were very interesting. The girls had baked breads and brought some along to show and gave samples of them to eat. They were delicious. The April meeting will be an evening meeting April 11 at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, witli Mrs. Ella Newel, co-hostess, assisting. There will be an election of officers. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland called Sunday afternoon at the Vick Card home at Ruthven. Tuesday afternoon guests at the Norman Hollingers for Kristie's 5th birthday were Mrs. Larry Haintis and Denise, Lone Rock, Mrs. Bernard Kramer, Brenda and Todd, Mrs. Stan Berkland, Tania and Lennis, Mrs. Roger Frink and Tara, Mrs. Jerry Waite and Starla. Tuesday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael, Algona. MR. FARMER: WE CAN HELP! Don't let opportun ity slip through your fingers. Let us help give you the financial assist you need, for any worthwhile purpose. Full loan services "from the ground up" . . . low interest ratesl FIRST T R U S T • ajuL SAVINGS F.O.I.C. BANK ARMSTRONG OFFICE At* FENTON SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Fetds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Pfnton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE for Building • Ktmodtllng PHONI 189.2211 Ftnlon, Iowa Dr. E. W, Ruske DfNTtST Offic* Phont 119-2241 Rftld«nc* 119*2353 Ftnton, lawa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. D«al«r T.V Salti A Sirvlu Phont 169-2711 FEN C RIENDLY TON. IOWA- Published By The Upper De» MoineJ Publishing Co., Algono, lowo • MRS. RAY UTHOF I News Editor | 30 Years Collection Of Miniature Farm Equipment Ron Chrischilles of Fenton has a hobby that over a period of about 30 years has resulted in the accumulation of over 100 miniature pieces of farm equipment, some of the miniatures dating from a long way back. The miniature farm machinery collection began when Ron was a youngster, and he has kept it up ever since. The collection shown above includes about 30 tractors, including an old Hart Parr, and names and types that have long since gone into the discard or been absorbed and consolidated into the major farm equipment lines that we know today. Ron, who is employed at the Fenton Elevator, has only one philosophy about his collection: "Keep the kids out of it 1' day afternoon, March 16, at the home of Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber •.vith twelve members answering roll call with a current religious event. The lesson, an Easter reading and meditation was given by Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Devotions were given by Mrs. Clarence Arbogast. Guests were Mrs. Russell Eldridge and Mrs. Gerald Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman have been spending the winter at Clear Water, Fla. They are now visiting at Tucson, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn visited with the Walter Hantelmans at Vicksburg, Miss.,' the Joe Thompsons at Albuquerque, N. M., and with the Lou Hantel- mans at Tucson, Ariz. The Depew Fellowship circle For Easy, Mess-Free Painting ol walls, Ceilings Ringsted PTA Issues Invite To Banquet FENTON - The Ringsted P.T.A. is sponsoring a turkey supper Sunday, April 2, at 6p.m. in the Ringsted High School auditorium for all adults and teenagers in the area. The featured speaker for the banquet will be Ray Pugh, vice principal of Callanan junior high school in Des Moines. Mr. Pugh is considered one of Iowa's outstanding youth speakers. He knows the trials, tribulations and triumphs of the teenagers. His topic for the evening will be "Teens are Terrific." Tickets may be purchased from your school superintendent. They are $2 per ticket. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel spent Saturday at Mrs. Ida Dreyers. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mueller were Sunday afternoon callers at the Bennie Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and Linda called Sunday evening at the Wilfred Bierstedt home. Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland visited Sunday at the Roger Potratz home at Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn and Mr. and Mrs. John Wegener recently returned after spending six weeks in western states. They visited the Lloyd and Max Paul sons and Jo Langer- mans at Tucson, Ariz., and with the Ted Bleckwenns at Phoenix. They visited several weeks at the Susie Stigman home in Modesto, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. John Wegener visited at the Mervin Priebe home near Sacramento, Calif. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Fothergil of Armstrong visited Monday evening at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Wegener. Guests at a surprise birthday party for Clayton Wolfe Tuesday evening, March 6, were Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutzell, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scott, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher, Algona, are the proud parents of a 7 Ib. 10 oz. daughter, born March 14 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Gina Lee. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher, Sr., Algona, paternal grandparents. The meeting of the Fenton Progressdrs was held March 9 at Fenton Legion hall. Twenty--' three members answered roll call of the safest place during a tornado. Plans were made for Algona 4-H Day and for the 4-H basketball tournament. An illustrated talk was given by Melba Krause about understanding fall-out and radiation. A demonstration was given by Ernie Wolter on fall-out shelter construction and purpose. Lunch was served by the hosts Henry Ostwald and Ernie Wolters. 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Mr. Hertz suffered a heart attack in the office of a physician at Pocahontas Thursday afternoon. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Sophie Hertz of Rolfe, a brother, Elmer of Sulton City, Calif., and two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Salisbury, Armstrong, and Mrs. Grace Hovey, Rolfe. Burial was at the Rolfe cemetery. G.O.P. Women Plan Luncheon The Kossuth County Republican Women will sponsor a luncheon at the Country Club Tuesday, April 4, at 12:30 noon. Featured speaker will be Mrs. Mabel Miller of Keosaqua, state president of the Republican Women. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Leon Martin. Tickets at $1.75 are now available, and interested persons may make reservations by calling Mrs. Richard Thoreson or Mrs. W. B. MacDonald, registrations chairmen. «»M» » mm m m .; <x ~ -i? GOOD MARCH 23 - 24 - 25 MINCED AH LUNCHEON MEAT. 3 pkg. >j HORMEL'S CHILI 3 con" FLAVOR PAC FROZEN £• PEAS or CORN. 5 for >1 SNACK TIME ! WHISTLES, BUGLES, DAISIES 3 pkg J1 WHEATIES (12oz. pkg.) 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