The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1967 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1967
Page 22
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I I 1 APRIL 20,1967 • fenton lUiwrri tr Published By Th« Upp*r De* Moine* Publishing Co., Algona, lower MRS. RAY UTHOF News Editor 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des MoinW Thursday, April 20, 1967 WSCS Hold Election Officers FENTON - The W. S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist church met April 6 at the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Russell Eldridge, Mrs. Frank McF'all and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel. Mrs. Jack Gerhart gave the worship and the less m was given In Mrs. Charles Lovejoy and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Election of officers held with the following Ijcing fleeted: Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel, president ; Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, vice TURN THEM OVER TO US! Feed is the laryer.' .-.v-' ,npu'. in producing cither cuttle ot hoq?. iYaenev?r you can cut costs here, ,ind con.oine t'r.s v;ith good management, you're ur. the way to profitable livestock production. That's where we, cis your local Felco Statex Cooperative, come into the picture. We offer the following services at a reasonable cooperative price with the assurance of farmer owned quality control: * GRAIN BANKING * FELCO, STATEX FEED PROGRAM * GRINDING & MIXING * DELIVERY, BULK & BAGGED So—turn them over to us and be assured of fair cooperative prices with no cut in quality. STOP IN SOON! FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Who Cares WHETHER YOU HAVE A MESS WHEN YOU PAINT? WE DO! Thaf's why we suggest — THE ORIGINAL "HOMOGENIZED" PAINTS • No mixing, stirring or thinning —just lift the lid, dip your brush or roller and start painting • No runs, drips or spatters—no fuss, muss or mess to clean up • No lap narks—spreads quickly, evenly, easily with brush or roller • Washable—high resistance to abrasion • Choice of 1,001 colors 83bEEPTlNT ] TINTING BASE A fatin. fruvntf 931-DEEPTINT TINTING BASE A superb oil-alkyd type flat finish paint for walls and ceilings. Rich, soft, semi-gloss for woodwork, cabinets, kitchen or bath. " " p«r gal. deeptones slightly higher FENTON LUMBER CO. president; Mrs. Claiei.ce Os- borri, recording secretar. ; Mrs. Donald Shaw, treasurer; Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, secret.)!-;. <>( Christian social relations, Mrs. Clifford Douglas, secreUr;. of campus ministr. , Mrs. Einil Frank, secretar. mernber.ship cultivation; and Mrs. Curtis Ltira, secretar;. of missionary education and service. Mrs. Arlo Kanne;., secretar;. of program materials; Mis. Ed Heimers, secretar;. spiritual lift cultivation; Mrs. Fred Mortensen, secretary suppl;. v.ork;Mrs. Dale Voiijt, local church activities; Mrs. Derv.ood Voi^t, associate chairman; Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, representative to committee on vocations. Circle chamnan: Mrs. Jack Gerhart, circle I; Mrs. Wendell Rusch, circle I!; Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, circle m. Nominatin-; committee for 1908: Mrs. Don Shaw, Mrs. Frank McFall; 1969, Mrs. Jessie Newel, Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod; 1970, Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and Mrs, Wilfred Stoeber. Wm. 0. Dreyers Honored, 45th Anniversary FENTON -Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dreyer and girls entertained Sunday, April 16, at a 4 5th wedding anniversary dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 0. Dreyer of Lone Rock. Guests were Mrs. Martha Geilenfeldt, Mrs. Emma Boettcher, Mrs. Emma Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sabin and girls, Algona, Mrs. Art Dreyer, Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Art Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Theisen and family, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwiefel, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Luedtke and family, Lone Rock. - o - Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland left for Bismark, N. D. Saturday morning. On Sunday morning they were sponsors for the baptism of Rev. and Mrs. Samili Ismir's baby boy, Troy Anthony. Mike Berkland stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland. Paula and Jeffrey Berkland stayed with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz. Glenn Hantelman left Tuesday for duty in the armed service. He is stationed at Ft. Campbell, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade, Mrs. Herman Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house at Algona, Sunday, for Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland and family were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ernest Berkland home. Everyone is invited to attend the Algona zone L.L.L. rally banquet, May 7, at St. Paul's Lutheran school gym at Whittemore. Pastor R. F. Jenkins, Omaha, Nebr., will be guest speaker. His topic will be problems facing the Negro in America. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Bennie Berkland. The L.L.L. of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, met April 11 at the church. The L.L.L. is sponsoring the trip of the confirmation class of the church Friday and Saturday to St. Paul. They will visit Concordia College. Rev. Rex Spicer gave the topic on St. Paul. EmilBier- stedt gave a report on the dart ball team for the year. Hostesses were Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer. Members of the Town and Country Woman's Club visited the KossuUi Count}- Home Wednesday afternoon. They gave a short program and served lunch to the residents. Club members going were Mrs. Warren Jones, who had charge of the program, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. Herb Krause, Mrs. Dunvood Voigt, Mrs. Harlan Elmers and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. NEED EXTRA SEED FOR EXTRA ACRES Fenton/ Iowa For top producing corn, sorghum, FD-100 alfalfa-Call: MELVIN POMPE Phone 4273 - Whittemore (23EOVV6') 5 New Teachers For Sentral System Hired FENTON - The following have been lure') b\ Uie Sentral Com- munit;. school board to teach next year : Rodger Ritchie, principal, has had nine ;.ears teaching experience, the past three years at Aurelia, la. .is a teacher and coach. He is a graduate of Drake University and v.'ill graduate this summer with a master's decree in secondary administration from the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D. Thomas Garrnrui, junior high social studies and junior high coach, whose home address is Corv.ith. He is a graduate of Upper Iowa College and has taught at Baxter the past four years. Martin Hjolmnland, Estlier- ville, lias taught the past 10 years at Sioux Valley School in Minnesota. Mr. Hjelmeland will teach junior high science and high school physics. Darleno Richter, Ledyard, a graduate of Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S.D., will teach commercial subjects. She has taught the past two years at Round Lake, Minn. Diana Andrews, Belmond, will teach llth and 12th grade English. She will graduate this spring from the State College of Iowa. Wyatt Hoover, Rembrandt, will teach junior high English. He will graduate this spring from S.C.I. - o Trudy Huskamp, student at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the weekend at the Eugene Huskamp home. Trudy was one of the three queen candidates for Greek Week at Ames. She was chosen as one of the attendants to the queen. Mrs. Carrie Voigt has been moved from Holy Family hospital to the Good Samaritan Home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Habeger and family, Burt, were Sunday evening callers at the Richard Underwood home. Rev. and Mrs. Norvil Underwood, Arvada, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Richard Underwood home. - o - F.T.A. ELECTS OFFICERS Sentral F.T.A. held its regular meeting on April 8. At the business meeting it was decided they would send delegates to the district planning convention at Garner, April 13. New officers for the coming year were elected and are as follows: president, Teresa Voigt; vice president, Lenny Hassel; secretary, Jolene Gangsted; treasurer, Robert Krause; reporter, Mike Jackson; parliamentarian-historian, Judy Bollig. Mr. Rice, principal of Sentral High School, gave a talk on qualifications of teachers. - o - FENTON FORWARDS The Fenton Forwards 4- E Club was held at the home of Kay Dreyer, April 10. Plans were completed for the pancake supper held April 15 at the Lone Rock Legion hall. A demonstration was given by Diana Mills. Karen Jentz and Diana Mills were chosen to attend 4-H camp at Clear Lake in June. Mrs. Bierstedt was visiting mother. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause and Mrs. Ida Dreyer attended the 55th wedding anniversary open house of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach at Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Karen called at the Steven Berkland home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones were Sunday evening guests at the James Jackson home. Mrs. Cordia Heiderscheidtand son, Henry, Hardy; and Ellen Krause, Eagle Grove, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Walter Krause. Ellen Krause, granddaughter of Mrs. Krause, remained for a visit. Seventy-four people attended the open house for the 9Oth birthday of Mrs. Kate Wegener at the Kenneth Johnson home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Peter Koenck, chairman of the Easter Seal drive for the Iowa Society for crippled children and adults, reports there was a total of 369.50 collected for the town of Fenton, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske are spending the week at Colorado Springs, with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler attended a \Vheaton, Minn. High School reunion in St. Paul over the weekend. Mrs. Votteler attended high school in Wheaton. Denise and LaRee stayed with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hanson and family visited Sunday at the Harlan Mueller home at Stanton. The Thursday afternoon bridge club met April 13 at the home of Mrs. Lena Jentz. Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. Ella Newel and Mrs. Herman Maahs were prize winners. Trudy Huskamp, International Farm Youth exchange delegate to Finland in 1966, was guest speaker at a 4-H Mother- Daughter banquet Monday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Winston Kerber visited Sunday at the John Kerber home and with John Kerber, a patient at Fairmont hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink and Tara were Sunday supper guests at the Bernard Kramer home. BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO RUTA'S CAFE Now open Sundays 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Home Cooked Sunday dinners This Week - Chicken and Ham Fresh home made rolls, pies and soups daily. (31*) Like LOTS c of HOT Water..: but your > shower * ALWAYS runs COLD? You need a(^)Westinghouse QUICK RECOVERY FLAMELE8S ELECTRIC WATER HEATER NOW pmo »wrr AJONLY.. • Flameless... its clean • No vent... so easily installed anywhere • Ten Year Guarantee • Keeps Pace with all Family and Household Needs > * t *59 95 *1 95 per nonth HOT WATER COMFORT and Convenience ... at a BARGAIN PRICE! 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