The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1967 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1967
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j Announce Final Honor Roll For Year, Sentral FENTON - The honor roll from Sentral Junior and senior high for second semester has been announced. To qualify for the honor roll each student had to earn at least a 3.0 grade point (B), SEVENTH GRADE - Carrie Bergum, Thomas Bergum, Paula Berkland, Myron Cyphers, John Nyman, Roland Ostwald, Maria Waite and Debra Zumach. EIGHTH GRADE - Barbara Andre, Michael Berkland, Susan Luedtke, Janet Holcomb, Anne Krause and Randy Vaudt. FRESHMEN - Jerome Bailey, Keven Brace, Jim Breese, Linda Doocy, Bruce Gerhart, Kathleen Jensen, Lynette Johnson, Peggy Kauffman, Melba Krause, Diane Luedtke, Linda Sunde, Mark Voigt and Linda Wegener. SOPHOMORES - Catherine Bergum, James Bollig, Jane Bollig, Judy Bollig, Mary Dawn Eldrldge, Jolene Gangsted, Michael Jackson, Becky Jensen, Theresa Kennedy, Linda Kracht, Cindy Lockwood, David Marlow, Carl Priebe, Steven Schlel and Paula Wiener. JUNIORS - Marlin Berkland, Susan Blanchard, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Jacquelyn Jones, Margo Rusch, Sandra Seegebarth, Teresa Voigt and Delana Votteler. SENIORS - Douglas Ackerson, Audrey Bergum, Kathryn Bierstedt, Renee Douglas, Vicki Elmers, Dale Eldridge, William Hassel, Mary Lou Larsen, Leslie Luedtke, Rita Luedtke, Mary Mienke, Janell Newbrough, Steven Petersen, Ervln Root, Jeanette Ruhnka, Kathryn Schadendorf, Richard Shaw, Candace Vaudt and Cheryl Weisbrod. - o Lois, Mary and James Silrum returned with the Richard Underwoods to spend the week here. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and Cheryl were Sunday INSTALL BEAT THE COMING SUMMER HEAT WITH KELVINATOR ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS OR LENNOX CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SEE US TODAY ! Me Fall PLUMBING - HEATING - APPLIANCE Fenton, Iowa evening guests at the Edwin Uthof home for DeMarls' birthday. Thursday visitor sat the Ernest Berkland home to visit with Mrs. Samlh Ismir were Mrs. IdaCody, Mrs. Clarence Berkland and Mrs. Oscar Berkland. Sunday visitors at the Ernest Berkland home were Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family and Mr, and Mrs. Stan Berkland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolllnger, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bolllnger and family, Lone Rock, Mrs. Carol Tletz and Michael, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls and Harvey Bellinger enjoyed a picnic at Iowa Lake on Father's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family called Tuesday evening at the Norman Bollinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and family were Sunday visitors at the Wm. DeWall home. Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Mueller home were Mr. and Mrs. FredBierstedt,Whitte- more, Mr. ajid Mrs. Ed Heller, New York, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Mueller and boys, Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pompe and family, and Diane Pompe, Minneapolis. Fenton High Class Of 1952 Has Reunion FENTON - The graduating class of 1952 at Fenton High School held their class reunion at Fairmont Friday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood (Benora Mitchell), Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long (Delores Haack), Algona, Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland (Beverly Potratz), Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chrischilles (Verda Luedtke), Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Father Maurice Krause, Carroll, Marvin Bollinger, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Pierce, Little Rock." Unable to attend were Mrs. Robert Chestnutwood (Marilyn Weisbrod), Phoenix, Ariz., and Ronald Potter, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Flint also attended. Eldora Bierstedt and Salome Uthof were members of the class. - o Mrs. Gerald Voigt has returned from a vacation at the Montreal Fair. Enroute she visited Vi Pierce, cousin of Mr. Voigt, in Chicago, She went via plane. FENTON CAFE SUNDAY NOON Breaded Pork Chops Barbecued Chicken Complete Dinner Serving 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. HOT LINE SERVICE BULLETIN: YOU CAN BUY A NEW COLOR TV FOR WHAT IT COSTS TO CONVERT TO GAS. CALL HOT LINE OIL HEAT SERVICE FOR FULL DETAILS. Why waste money converting to gas? Now you can get brand new streamlined oil heat service .,. and buy a color TV with what you save by staying with oil. When you call our red Hot Line phone you get iast emergency service. We're as near as your phone for .emergencies, completely automatic for your 'everyday needs. Call about our modern 'Hot Line Service today,., and see if you can't get .that color TVI JIM •wMnHi A AAAtll FENTON - Phone B&9-2964 STANDARD Oil. DIVISION AMERICAN Oil. COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley attended a NARCE convention at Decorah from Thursday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Borchardt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Rose Borchardt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koenck and family attended the 16th annual Felco Statex Lakes Conference for co-operative employees at Lake Okoboji this week. Over 700 persons, employees and their families, are a part of a yearly program prepared to inform cooperators of current changes in the field of cooperative agriculture. The Lakes conference is sponsored by the Farmers Regional Cooperative, Ft. Dodge. Mr. Koenck is employed at the Fenton Co-op Elevator. Fenfon, L-Rock Girls Active At Girls State FENTON - Jacquelyn Jones and Mary Ellen Ditsworth returned home June 11 from the 22nd annual Girls State at Cedar Falls. Janice Roeber of Whittemore went with the girls to Cedar Falls. Jacquelyn Jones represented the Fenton Auxiliary and Mary Ellen Ditsworth the Lone Rock Auxiliary. Jackie was a member of the Nationalist party and was from Hinderman City at Girls State. She was a page in the House of Representatives. The Governor of Girls State appointed her to the board of control. Mary Ellen was a member of the Federalist party and was from Ladehoff City. She was chief medical examiner, ward councilman and state highway commissioner. Both girls played in the band at Girls State. - o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson, Burt, were Saturday callers at the home of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Edith Laage. . Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long and Cynthia, Algona, Abbie TJaden, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tjaden and Tom, Morton, HI., were guests Saturday at theW.E. Laage home. Cadet Sgt. Wayne Stoeber spent this week at the Wilfred Stoeber home and left Friday for Ft. Riley for 6 weeks in Reserve Officers Training. This is in connection with the University of Iowa where he will return in the fall for his senior year. Rev. and Mr s.Russell Eldridge are attending the North Iowa Annual Methodist conference at Davenport this week. This is the first time in 54 years that Rev. Fred Pruel will not attend the conference. Ervin Root and Ricky Shaw have started their studies at Iowa State U. at Ames. Sunday dinner guests at the Don Shaw home were Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Jasmna and Grant, Spirit Lake, and Mrs. Art Swanson and Michelle, Taylor Falls, Minn. Mrs. Swanson and Michelle are spending 10 days at the Don Shaw home while Mr. Swanson is attending National Guard camp. Genevieve Newel has returned to Chicago after spending three weeks here with her sister, Mrs. E. J. Frank. Tuesday dinner guests at the Harlan Baustain home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Meling, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Chester Skaar and Burnett, Mrs. Eddie Silrum, Alice Skaar, Evelyn Tuff and Jean Wang. Miss Tuff and Miss Wang are missionaries In Japan with Anna Marie, who are home on furlough and will be returning to Japan In August. They all went to the airport to see Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell board the plane for San Francisco. That evening Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell stayed with a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Brien. They and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meling were dinner guests there that evening. Wednesday, the Mitchells left by jet for Japan to visit their daughter, Anna Marie. Name Cheerleaders FENTON - Cheerleaders for 1967-68 at Sentral High School will be Debra Bierle, freshman, Mary Dawn Eldridge, junior, Pamela Kauffman and Delana Votteler, seniors. Debra Bierle is the only new cheerleader for next year. Candace Vaudt was the only graduating cheerleader. - o - ELECT OFFICERS The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. S. E. Straley Tuesday evening for a special meeting. Election of officers was held with all elected and appointed officers held over for another year. The president is Mrs. S. E. Straley; vice president, Mrs. Merle Voigt; secretary, Mrs. Hans Baago; treasurer, Mrs. Elmer Greinert; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Merle Voigt; chaplain, Mrs. John Waite; and historian, Mrs. Ed Bruhn. A total of $58 was received from the sale of veteran poppies this year. A gift of $2.50 was sent to the juvenile home at Toledo, and $2.50 to the Iowa Training School for girls at Mitchellville. It was voted to buy a new flag to use at meetings. Legislative reports were given by Mrs. W. Laage and the Hilltop topic was given by Mrs. Hans Baago. - o Kenneth Halverson accompanied Noel Westlind and Lori, Mankato, to Cando N. D. where they spent the weekend with Mr. Westlind's parents. The Sentral school board has hired Mrs. Opal Root to teach one of the first grades at Lone Rock. She will replace Mrs. Vaughn who recently resigned. Mrs. Root is presently taking an extension course from Cedar Falls being held at Mason City in modern math. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cooper and sons, David and Dennis, Indianapolis, Ind., visited at the S. E. Straley home from Sunday till Wednesday. Mrs. Cooper is a niece of Mr. Strale/s. Sunday supper guests at the Straley home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cooper and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and boys. FENTON TAP FRIDAY NIGHT Fish French Fries Onion Rings Bread and Butter $1.00 Serving from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sale* & Service Phone 889-2713 FEN =RIENDLY TON. IP A Karen Jentz and Dianna Mills attended the district 4-H camp at Clear Lake June 14-16. They represented the Fenton Forwards 4-H Club. The Fenton Forwards held an all-day workshop meeting June 12 at the home of Jean Pompe and Dianna Mills. Jean gave a demonstration on how to make lap-back pillows. Achievement Day was set for July 31, at the Lone Rock Legion hall. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elgler and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rltchart, Lost Island, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Harry Rltchart, Jr., at Spencer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Householder and family and Gloria Householder, Omaha, spent the weekend at the Fred Mortensen and Glen Householder homes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy recently visited at Mollne at the home of Mrs. Caroline Pope, and at the Russell Garonsin home at Clinton. From there they went to Iowa City where Kathy had a check-up. From Iowa City they went to Omaha and visited at the Ronald Mortensen and Darrell Householder homes. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser were Sunday visitors at the Ray Uthof home. Mr. and Mrs. Uthof recently visited Don Uthof, a patient at the Owatonna hospital. Is Evacuated Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman have received a cable from their daughter, Susan (Mrs. Steven Harvey), that she has been evacuated from Nigeria to London. Her husband hopes to remain there until July 1 to complete his work. All the women and children from the mission where Susan worked have been sent back to the United States. Only essential workers are being left there for a time due to the war there. - o The Algonquin Society, Children of the American Revolution, presented the Flag Day program for the Algona D.A.R. at Van's Cafe, Algona. Patriotic symbols of the United States was the theme. Each student took a symbol and talked on it. John Patterson, Burt, acted as narrator. Carol Jones, Lone Rock, talked on the flag of the United States, James Richard Voigt, Statue of Liberty, Jacquelyn Jones, Liberty Bell, and Greg Jones, the Cross. Fenton Progressors held their annual 4-H club tour June 10. The tour began at the home of Lee and Kim Dreyer. Lee Dreyer gave a demonstration on calf groom- Ing. Nine beef projects, three dairy projects, two pig projects, one horse and one sheep project were seen. Picnic lunch was served at the Dreyer home following the tour. Bob Bierle and Gary Laabs attended district 4-H camp at Clear Lake June 14-16. They represented the Fenton Pro- gressors Club. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank everyone who helped clean up the debris caused by the tornado Wednesday night. Also, thank you to the ladles who helped with dinner and who sent In food. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tlgges. (48) J Thursday, June 22, 1967 Algona (10.) Uppor D«t Moln««-7 SPECIAL SATURDAY, JUNE 24th 2 P.M. - 9 P.M. FRESH STRAWBERRY SUNDAE topped with whipped cream and cherry andchoice of drink regular 40c 25C Made with Schwen's Premium Ice Cream. FENTON CAFE ALWAYS ON GUARD Your savings have always been insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the Federal Government here. Now, we are proud to announce that savings are further safeguarded to an additional $5,000. All savings accounts are now insured up to $1 5,000. FIRST TRUST aW SAVINGS F.D.I.C. BANK ARMSTRONa OFFICE AvFIMTOM * * * * OUR HEAP BIG SALE HAS NOW TURNED INTO A GIGANTIC SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE! with prices so drastically reduced you have to see them to believe them ! Discounts up to 50% Buy all your summer items here, on sale, rather than other places at regular prices. We started this sale now, at the beginning of summer, when you can get the most for your money. YOU CAN SAVE A LOT OF MONEY BY SHOPPING HERE DURING OUR GIGANTIC CLEARANCE SALE MEN'S - WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S APPAREL MERCHANDISE E. J. BAILEY STORE HURRY ! Sale will not be running too much longer ! f Phone 889-2376 Fenton, Iowa All dry goods premium cards must be turned in by Juno 24 w t

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