The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1964 · Page 6
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NOVEMBER 19,1964 Honor Roll At Senfral For Nine Weeks FENTON - The honor roll for Sentral for the first nine weeks of school has been released by principal Don Blanchard. Straight "A" students are Dennis Dahl, 12, Mary Mlenke, 10, Janell Newbrough, 10, MaryEllen Dltsworth, 9, David Marlow, 8, and Linda Ullensvang, 8. "B- plus" students are Marilyn Alt, David Frink, Judy Hammer- Strom, Becky Hantelman, Jim Hartman, Lynn Menke, Elaine Schlei, Nancy Walker, Bonnie Wehrspan, and Nadlne Weisbrod, all twelfth graders; JanelleBai- ley, John Luedtke, Rennae Votteler, Juniors; Kathryn Bler- stedt, Mary Lou Larsen, Rita Luedtke, Gary Rath, E rvln Root, Richard Shaw, Candace Vaudt and Cheryl Weisbrod, sophomores; Ma'rllnBerkland, Teresa Voigt, freshmen; Theresa Kennedy, Steven Schlei, eighth grade AIR HUMIDIFIER ADDS NEEDED MOISTURE TO DRY,HEATED AIR! Works quietly, easily to relieve annoying dryness in nose and throat and bring you wintertime health and comfort. Air Bath purifier washes away dust and smoke, reduces bacterial count by 99%. Includes automatic Humidistat control, rustproof tank, cabinet and grill. MARK IZ (shown) (Includes supply of Air Bath Purifier and $7.95 Portable Stand) FREE! $3.98 Comfort Guide shows humidity, temperature, free with purchase! STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA ENDS PLOW CLOGGING Pays for ftolf in Tim. and fed Savings NEW EASY HITCH CHAIN PUU For 2-, 3- or 4-Bottom Plows The Stubble Cleaner Rakes Field Trash Of All Types Into The Furrow While Plowing WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa and James Breese, Lynnette Johnson, Peggy Kauffman and Diane Luedtke, seventh graders. Straight "B" students are David Eldridge, 12, Kathryn Dlts- worth, Cheryl Krause, 'Alan Luedtke and Jim Wiener, juniors; Audrey Bergum, Holies Krause, Diane Vaudt, sophomores; Owen Kerber, freshman, and seventh graders Keven Brace, Bruce Gerhart, Linda Sunde and Mark Volgt. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber was a guest at a birthday party at the Arthur Anderson home In Swea City, Monday afternoon. She visited at the Russel Byers In the evening. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber visited with Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Dlck- ensen at Dolliver and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hartung at Ceylon. Dinner guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield were Mr. andMrs. Charles Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Those from a distance attending the funeral of R. F. Laabs last Wednesday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nemitz and Mrs. Roy Melby, Canby, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mortensen and Carolyn, Omaha and Mrs. Howard Renfrew, Calvin, North Dakota. Tuesday evening the Melvin Rlcklefs and family, Tltonka, visited with the Roelf Millers. Mr. and Mrs. HaroldGramenz, Mankato, Minn., were weekend guests of the John Gramenz. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolte were Mrs. R. F. Laabs, Amanda Schutt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy, Bryan Mortensen, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, and Mrs. Virgil Wolf and family, Bancroft. The dinner was In honor of Mrs. Howard Renfrew of Calvin, N. D. who left Tuesday for home after visiting with relatives about a week. Afternoon guests were Sandra Oilman, Fairmont and Bernard Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller visited Sunday with Mrs. Henrietta Adams and Mr* and! Mrs. William Miller at Buffalo'Cen- ter. ^ ;* Thursday afternoon coffee guests of Edith Laage in honor of Florence Weisbrod were Mrs. Lena Luedtke, Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, and Mrs. W. E. Laage. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade, Mrs. Herman Gade, Mrs. Donald Priebe and WilliamBoettcher visited last Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nemitz in Iowa City. Mrs. Nemitz Is hospitalized at the University hospital there. Mrs. John Weisbrod, Trenton, Michigan attended the graveside rites for her brother-ln- . law, Gordon Weisbrod, last Tuesday In the Fenton Methodist Cemetery. While here she was a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. On Thursday the Schwartz' andMrs. Weisbrod visited with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schwartz at Rockwell City and then went on to Ames where Mrs. Weisbrod was an overnight guest of the Jim Schwartz'. She left for Trenton on Friday. CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to those who were so kind to us at the death of our husband and father. Special thanks to Rev. Russel Eldridge of Fenton, the gifts of food and memorials, the ladles who served the noon dinner and lunch after the services. Also to those at Emmetsburg who assisted in any way. Mrs. R.F. Laabs and family (54) Firemen Curb Fire At Fenton FENTON - The Fenton fire department at 9 p.m. Friday controlled a fire that gutted a concrete block garage on the Robert Huskamp farm four miles northwest of Fenton. A hose from a 300-gallon gasoline barrel outside of the garage had burned off and was feeding the fire. Fireman Homer Matthlesen, with protection of a fog nozzle, shut off the valve on the gas tank. "We would have had a pretty hot time of it if the valve hadn't been shut off," said Firemen Richard Stuck! and Stanley Berkland. Mathlesen modestly disclaimed credit for the quick act, saying "Somebody had to do it. It wasn't anything. We all just got to bed a little earlier." Huskamp saw the blaze from a field where he was plowing. His wife and six children were in bed when he reached the house to call the department. The fire was out in an hour. There were no cars in the garage, only small tools. Adopt Baby Boy In California FENTON - Mr. andMrs. James Harris, Ooleta, California, have adopted a little boy, James Edward, born July 3, 1963. Mrs. Harris is the daughter of Walter Warner,- who was raised In Fenton, now deceased, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller spent last weekend in Gary, Ind. where they visited with their daughter and son-in-law the Fred Eckharts. Enroute home on Monday they stopped in Iowa City to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nemitz. Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines left Friday to spend some NEW PROTECTION & BEAUTY for STUCCO and MASONRY TYPE HOMES High Honors To Dr. Ruske For 38 Years FENTON - At the recent meet- Ing of the American Dental Association in San Francisco, it was announced that Dr. E. W. Ruske is to receive a 35 year award Dr. Ruske has actually been in practice 38 years and has spent 36 of those years in his hometown, Fenton. Dr. Ruske completed 10th grade at the public school and then helped his father farm for four years. His father retired and the family moved to Fenton. Dr. Ruske then attended Coe College where he finished high school and had two years of pre-dental training.,He then -went to the University/of Iowa for three years graduating in 1926. Dr. Ruske is a past president of the Kossuth County Dental Society, a member of the Iowa Lakes Dental Study Club and was the 1963 president of the Tri- state Dental Study Club. Dr. Ruske is married to the former Vera Gene Olson of Spencer, a registered nurse, and now his dental assistant. The Ruskes have three sons, Ward of LaGrange Highlands, a suburb of Chicago, Kaye of Colorado Springs, Colo, and Lynn of Madison, Wisconsin. The Ward Ruskes have a daughter Renee, four years, and a son, Eric, 18 months. Why settle for a sloppy water-type coating on your home? . . . when it costs just a little bit more to get a lasting job of beauty and protection I NEW and EXCLUSIVE STUCCO & MASONRY PAINT stall, blndi, mollturt-prooff and b«aullfl«i In an* application! CHOICE OF 1,001 COLORS per gal. deeptonei slightly higher Not a powder and water concoction, but genuine rubber base paint containing Goodyear Pliolite for complete protection against moisture, mildew, fungus and alkali. Non-staining. U/MBEft FELCO POOD IT'S LOW IN COST, GOES FURTHER, PLEASING TO THE TASTE cup dolly to body weight AVAILAILI NOW AT FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR time with her sister, Mrs. Hugo Denker at Lester, la. Miss Weisbrod had visited with Fenton friends a week and was a houseguest of Edith Laage. Last Friday evening dinner guests of Mrs. E. H. Dreyer were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman, Becky and Glen and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer and Brent, Sioux City. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and family. The Roger Dreyers were weekend guests of Mrs. Dreyer. Recent weekend guests of Mr. and- Mrs. John Theesfield were gpr"*"""—. AA j IT Published By The Upper DM Moines' k^Mr I Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa i • I MRS. JANICE STUCKI Jty L News Editor NMMHRMllMHMMiVQHMHMHHMHMHMHMVHHQBMMMBl 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964 Last Saturday afternoon Edith Laage had as coffee party guests for Florence Weisbrod, Des Moines, Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs.' Charles Newel, Mrs. Jessie Newel, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. Clayton Dltsworth, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. W, E. Laage and Mrs, J. A. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Robblns, Lake Park, are parents of a baby boy born on Friday, November 13. Ricky Lynn has a brother Danny and a sister Rhonda. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volgt, rural Fenton Mrs. Ernest Christensen and Leon and Mrs. David Bestel, lola, Wisconsin, Mr, and Mrs, Don Sykes and family, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Theesfleld, Armstrong, Mr, and Mrs. Gary Zumach, Wall Lake and Mr. and Mrs, Alvln Zumach, Lakevlew. Mr. and Mrs. E. C." Weisbrod had as restaurant dinner guests last Sunday Mrs. E. 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