The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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•Mr, a«d Mri, La guests of Mrs.'tt Home Season Friday *Tn|f Sentral nteh ."• ", •' *' :••".•/ '"" "V" Lt — If -*1 ^ThfiSentral team dropped"its^ .,,_, ' at KinSWha,. last Fri- _t, 2S! 'to 0. the team , flash'es 6f powei> But new^thOugM wllllrtg squad ) most -pat^ had to ttke PS in learning 'the hard Senlral football team will ..„.._ first home game of the _easoW Friday,, , Sept. - r 22, with LaketJPark. . » , Boys on the Sentral team are Seniors — Kenneth Bierstedt, L^rrirj. Bierstedt, Leon Geitzenauer, .Terry Juhl, Kenneth Kerber and -Wayne Preston. Juniors — Lyhn Bierstedt, Dennis-'Newel and Gary Pijahn.. Sophomores — Roger Baker, Gary Berkland, George Bierstedt, Wilfis] Bolllnger, Wayne Eimers, Don Hanisch, John Laage, Gerald Luedtke, John Lufkin, Jerry MeArthur, Barry Nelson, and Dennis Stucki. Freshman — Larry Geitzen- aue,.**Michael, Hassel, Warren Householder, Marlyn Steinberger and torn Geitzenauer. Freshman Jim .Hartman is the team manager; 4-H Club Meets The. Fenton Progressors 4-H club,met Sept. 11 at the home of Brian'and Craig Borchardt with •19 present. New members at the meeting were Steven Schlei, . Bobby Bierle and Terry Schmidt. The'following officers were elect- ed' to serve tot the -next' year president* .Gary Berklarid, secretary, Dennis Newel and re porter, 'John Ruger. At the Kos suth Couftly faif the members won 4 purple ribbons, 17 blu ' ribbons, 8 red- ribbons and' white ribbon. At the close of thi meeting Itinch was served >b: Mrs. Borchardt* . Plan Rummage Sale Methodist, WSCS will, Rummage Sale. Saturday, .Sept 23, at the .Fenton Community Center, 9 to - 7 p.m. There will 'be a bake shop and country store. Lunch Will be se'rved al day. •-. ' ,; Women's Club Hosless ' The Fenton Women's Clu last Tuesday at the home of 'Mrs, Wilfred Stoeber with Mrs. £ C. Weisbfod co-hosteSs*. Mrs. Finest Ruske and Mrs.- Ernest' Votteler were the Sept program 1 , committee.- Slides Were shown by Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber- .of the Grano Canyon and Boulder Colo, "and Grand Lake, Colo., taken by '.the Rotary' Club members of Grand Lake. Mrs. .Ruske moderated, the program. • Renee Votteler played the piano and 'sang Sept. . Song and Autumn Leaves. Mrs. .Ernest Votteler - and Renee •'. were guests. , . ' , . - Mr. and- Mrs. -Kenneth Halver- AH-ntw "Homogtniz«d" Gilt Edge Satin'finish wall point is totally unlik* ony other poinl on tht market. Net a heavy jell-type point, nor en ordinary drippy, free-flowing point, but a sensible balance between the two that gives you everything you've ever wanted for fast, ta»y . coverage of interior walls and woodwork. Here art the features) No Mixing or Stirring • No Thinning • No Running, ' Dripping or Splattering • No Odor—newry pointed rooms smell fresh and clean • No Settling or Hard- Ming in the can when stored. only $6.29 per gal. FENTON LUMBER CO. Fenton, Iowa FROM NEW IDE* THE World's First Universal Mounted Picker! aftd the bailer fahiily in and'^with' Mr. and Mrs. Joe 4 New matr at (3r6ve City, Minhr Mr«. Donald Root and Ervl recently returned from a 4W( weeks visit with 'their son an brother, Larry Root, at Baltimore Maryland. They, also sf)efit a fetl days- ifight-seeinf - in Washington '- *• ' - ' , Meyer, locsl Standard Oi; agent,' wart an all expense tiai( fishing trip to Leech Lake, wal ker, Minn, by having the' high est percentage of gain in gaso Me fffld dtiBSel "fttel sates last yeftf Irt His territory is Kossuth County. He went 74 othef winners from' 1 " Nebraska, He, Wishes . all of, his customers' wM possible* for Bint to' trip. ' .MM. Jim Meyer, Fenion H»a Cross chairman, reports' that the eight town solicitors collected a total of $109.79 id the recent Red Crbss drive. " Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Olga Huskamp and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence' V?unday guests Schmitts near group helped Arbogast were of the Gerald Irvington. The Dwight Schmitt celebrate his ,4th birthday. , Dick Root, 19, left Wed. for Berlin, Germany, after a 3 day visit at his home. He will be stationed with- the 8th Division .of the army. " , Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey, Janelle and Jerome attended the Grocers Wholesale Convention at th£ Veterans .Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tieti and fairiily. Spirit Lake, visited with Mrs. 'John Gra- over the weekend Tietz's parents the rnenzs. "''..•'.'•'•'•"' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halver- soh, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and . Mr. and Mrs. Nelson oi Humboldt attended the funeral of Mrs. Alfred Nelson in Ottawa, IlL-Sept 11. The deceased is an aunt of Mrs. Wilberg and Mr. Halverson. Mr. and, Mrs. Morris Mitchell visited, over the , weekend Witt Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davidson in Charles City and Mr. and Mrs Atnold Hellers;in Marble Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Kessenger, Des Moines, were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Raymond, Lister. Mr.and Mfs, Raymond Lister left Saturday for a 'three week vacation. They visited'over the weekend in Dubuque and then went on to Chicago. Last weekend Charlie Feye. BIG capacity! NON-STOP picking! This 9mqzipg, bjg capacity mounted picker will ft your tractor-^ quickly, easily, An4 it picki 100-plu$ yield, ^vuhout plugging, without exceg«v* «helling. Uuilt to pick row after row, acre after acre ~ with- OUt delay*. 4nd it'« easy to lubricate — less |ha« 15 TOWutet a day —because New Idea make* liberal a i^,js tea?* **•* m * *** ^ wjmif NOW: AHD MM mim mi WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FPHTON Calvin Vaudt, Charlie Weisbrod and Carl Feye fished near Deei River, Minn, and occupied ~Otto Jensen's cabin. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn recently returned from a week vacation in the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener, r. and Mrs. Fred Jentz and vlr. and Mrs. Walter Krause left Saturday for a week vacation ano. ashing trip near Deer River. VImn. Mrs. Kate Schrader and Art. Algona were Thursday evening •allers at the Clifford Douglas iome. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sloe- (r and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weis- orod were last Tuesday eventnt dinner guests in the Wilfret otoeber home. Depew Circle met at the home of Mrs. William Wiener Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William DeVall led the devotions and Mrs Srnest Berkland presented tht )ible Study. The guests wen Mrs. Oscar Knutson, Mrs. Char- Naig, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Airs )onald Hainzinger, Mrs. Williair. Wiener Jr. and Mrs, Gerale. :ody. Mr. and Mrs. John Grament nd Mrs. George Wingren, Fori Dodge, a sister, visited last week;- nd with the Gramenz's daughter nd tamiiy the Roy Valentines iit Omaha, Nebr. The Maxine Circle of the Methodist church met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jes* sie Newel with Mrs. Clarence Osborn assisting hostess. Mr* Jake Schwartz led the devotion* and Mrs. Eugene Huskajnp pre- Dented the lesson. Mrs. Andrew Hansen and Mrs. Fred Will, Algona and Mrs. Anna Boeyers were last Monday callers at the L. J. Weisbrod horn* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki Julie and Jeff and Mrs. Vert Wohlers. Swea City were lasi Sunday dinner guests in the Wilfred Stoeber home. < Mr. and MM, J<jh|j Grsmffn* accompanied by Mr. and Mr». Raymond Tietz and family, SDU> it Lake were Sunday diijner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rollind Watson in Titonka. Mrs. Howard Rabey. Car} and Ruth, Cedar Falls were weekend guests of Mrs. E. J. Frank and the Don Shaw family. Mrs- Elsie Re»d, Ewrl of Algona and Mr. and Lyle Basset, Milford. were __ day dinner guests of the Raymond Stoebt'rs. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Reed's birthday. Mis. Paul Olseh Minn. . ' , Mr. and Mrs. Harold^ and 'family, . Flint and faMly, Ladefl .Olsen and Ja MrS. /artd tM MfS; ning Jdinfief 'guesls inHhe;:Den ffls ..Long* homfe. ' 1116 Odca'sib ti&s in honor of Dennis Long and Gary Butler's birthday arinivef- Pef!««n ^f^kuthteCscA'fllil' •Mditt&i.He iS'Wdfigl* Mrs. Sert Schmidt. & W tito and Mrs., ifdtMrs. Cnarfes Morris-, arid Ufa.. o" . . ' Algosav ^edtjfl 'CoflefeT Mfc a , Mm Wlflftftl OrlaWdo, Fla. visited Friday i» Matfde- Blanch ... *,,«".:. ***,, % , • Ch'eieSe* 1 who \f ^siness C rThe Me iip sub' Jl'e home ,,. lent Thf( gsted or. _„. pllard nief $. Mf.'ihd Mi&- iited Surtdafc #ftft ffts. Tom ' Scripftef. .. _„.„.., thin, 'and MK 'stjf^Mfs, Henry ;fskow at Lester 1 'Pftkffiey Mlntl If you have noBeel' a new dice at the FefltOH- felepiu !o. switchboard ft" fls bici rs. Bill Bruhn'fs now work~. B . place of Judy Eigter who', is Etending college- in Cedar Falls, he other operators are Mrs. Gil- -sri Scribner, Mrs. Merle Voigt, Barbara Wehrspann and Bonnie Geitzenauer. , c < was hoste _,M6dern henife, .Tuesday _._...__ v% ,,,,.,_.. club calendars for 1 tfie" yeisr ' w«et distributed. Birthday "members honored were Mrs.' Everett^Witham,* Mrs. RoV e*r|',Biirt^ald Mfft^/Peggf ,dy r ptiers. Perfecl i attendance^ gifts wire presented to Mrs.'Fjred Jos nannesen; Mrs. Everett ^ithamj Mrs. John Johanneseo, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. T<fd Jensen, 'Mrs. Rdy Hinz and Mrs; Henry Looft. Mrs. Cyphers had charge of "the entertainment. '» Install Officer* - ^ , • Installation'.of Sunday" Scnool Officers and teachers 'was held Sunday'.morning 1 at the Blakjer Lutheran church. Installed were ay lord Olsen as superintendant; Julian 'Cherland, 'secretary-treasurer; and teachers and substitutes, Mrs. Amey Cherland, Mrs. Blmer Krause; Swarison; Mrs. Mrs** Raymond Mrs, Genese Otto Wilberg; Bergum, Mrs. tfenry Jensen, and Evelyn Cher- land.i--. 'Win Two Ribbons . Seneca "Progressive Farmers. t 4- H Club • demonstration 'teams Won a blue and red ribbon at the Clay County Fair this past week. The junior team, Brian Johnson and Rodney Jensen Won **-"•'--*'•• ~'~ senior team, Hf. »ad Mrs, Norman _ T _^ Ringsted were Saturday evening visitors of the Roy Petersens. My. and Mrs. Jams* Kreujh, and sons, Waterloo, la. were weekend guests of Mrs. WiU Miller. Donald Hanisch and James Bergum, won a red ribbon. Their leaders are Raypiond Bergum and Roger Jensen. / .'; Mr. and Mrs. Paul- Berhhard are 'the parents 'of, a; baby bov born Sunday, Sept. 10'at St. Ann lospital at Algona. He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces.; The Earl Crouchs of Waterloo spent the weekend at "their fapi iome at Seneca. s Blakjer Lutheran^ church wil observe its Harvest- Festival anc Vfission Sunday, Sunday, Octo oer 8 with services at 11 o'clock t;est speaker for the day wil oe Mr. Clair Hobart, a blir.c' missionary. There will be boll norning and afternoon sessions. ATomen of the church will serve Jinner at noon. Dennis Kennedy, son of Mrs Martha Kennedy , and the lati Vlike Kennedy, former Senecr •esidents, now of Armstrong, nok the vows of a Crosiei Jrother at the Monastery at Has- ings, Nebr.,-August 28. The cer 'monies mark the 'end of on< •ear of intensive training in thi. piritual and physical duties o lay brother. Dennis will remain t the monastery at Hastings foi t least one year' of addtiona'. raining. The' Crosier lay brother .evotes himself to the physica: work connected with a monas ery or seminary. ' Dennis wa«; raduated from Seneca High nd completed four years of ser ice with the U. S. Marines. Little Tommy Looft of Rochester, Minn., is spending the week with his grandparents, the Henry Loqfts. Mrs. A^ed Petersen accom panied by Mrs. Rose Kraft of Loire Rock and Mesdames Edn; Mueller, Lorraine Berkland, anr" f)6ra Schwarzen,bach of Fentan Attended a mee.tihg of the Kos suth school lunch cooks, Wed nesday afternoon at the Ledyara ichopl. The Seneca entertainer ^he Seneca Prgresjive Farmer? t-rj club »t i hay ride Fridaj evening. Tractors driven by Chartes Beavers, Henry Wilber; «od $0y- Mueller, hauled th. gVpup. After S ride along coun fry roajil |l>f group re-assembler »t th,e Sineca school where luncj vyas awaiting -them. Mr- ^n4 Mrs. Alfred Petersei accompanied, by Mr. and Mrs flarence Chfever of Armstrong ?pent ^unday with the Eugew. Students Name Class Officers AfSentralHi Lone Rock — Sentral high school selected their officers and student^ ' council' representatives and class sponsors in each grade for the 1962 school year. ' Freshman class: Larry Geitzenauer, 'president, vice president Bonnie WeHrspan, .sec.-tfeas.,, Robert Weber. . Student .counciT representatives, Judy • Hammerstrom and Inez Hannover Sophomoffe class: Dennis Stuc-- ki, president, "Judy Geitzenauer, vice' president, secretary-treas., Jacqueline Laabs. Student courf- cil 'representatives, Linda RamuS and- Lynn Kerber. . Junior class: Lynn Bierstedt, president. Marilyn Johnson, vice president, secretary, Peggy Voigt, treasurer, Lois Finnestad. Student graduated'. last ..spring vwft Wa'yne State Teathosr ColfeJ Nebraska, 10th, lltBf,/'_.., grade,English and- .will . charge of the dramatics speech worfc i. * \ i Larr> Fahi, v Mallard, a J98J. mid-year graduate of State College of[ Iowa; Cedar Falls, commercial subjects Mrs, Lloyd Petticofd of Algona, who- taught at Albert City last year, sixth "grade in Lone Rock. Mrs. Alfred-Petersen, Ringsted; who has taught sixth grade in Fenton, was released to accept a position in the "Ringsted school. Mrs. Cecil Langerman, Ringsted, was' hired to -fill - this -position. However, late in the summer jMrs. Arlin Kohlwes, Algona, who has (taught, fourth grade in Fenton. resigned because ' hei husband has been transfered to Humboldt., Mrs. Langerman was then resigned to fill the fourth grade vacancy inrFenton. Ankle Sprain Michael Lee, son of the E. A; Lees, suffered a severe spraine^ ankle while playing football during the noon hour at Sentral high school. He was taken to Holy Family hospital for x-rays 'Michael is a seventh grade student. •> Circle -Meetings Circles of .the Lone Rock Pres^ byterian church will meet Sept. 21 with the Thelma circle meeting in the Ida Schultz home, Rose Kraft assisting. Mrs. M\l- dred Hammerstfom will present the lesson. The Lucille circle will NOW . 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 payments are INSURED in case of (1) Accident (2) Sickness (3) Death YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A BUILT-IN "PEACE OF MIND" Mft dtlCt JWjfSt J.J.OAA01Cr ju^djuv*! - 6rd' v and, JohfiatfiaH Tanot Mrs. Maude Blanched ! ^eYeiiSaturday visitors in the GotdbirBIaiiChafa homej-,In Mason,Cjt/. 1 "•" * 'jM^fe Frank Fta^g wM a' Ttiesday guest«of' the* iltffif.lGl WonfeiVs. 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