The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 10
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^t-.,i-.i-. .^.h. -*'••' '*'.-•-,:• Thumlay, 9 r 1961 Says 85% Of Population Would Die In U.S. Now Due To Fallout Radiation fentoj}' — The -Fent6n Community Club met Monday evening with 36: mernbers . present and Dr. C. C.' Shlerk, waybr o Algona a dinner' gupst. A sh business meeting, was held at which a committee • was selected to investigate the possibility of a scholarship for Sentral'high school. The committee named included D. G, Keoppel. Dale Weisbrod and Gerald Voigt. v Approximately 50 attended the •public meeting at which Mayor Shierk spoke on civil defense. The mayor, a member of the .state Civjl Defense Advisory .Committee, reports that Omaha is , the prime target because the ..Strategic Air Command is located there. Because of this we ,in. this area are in the path of ;the heaviest fallout of the entire ; United States. , ,'.:.' in.case of attack we would rhave from three quarters to six ' : hours to prepare before the fall- v.but reaches us. Our number 1 [protection is therefore fallout -shelters Which would be used "for at least two weeks. In the .two weeks time most of the fallout would decay. Contrary to Mrs. Khrushchev's recent statement, Central Intelligence reports that 60% of Russia's population is protected whereas' we are lucky if 5% of the Americans are. The more fallout shelter* there are the less chance there is of war.' • /••'• ;Mf we'were attacked now we .Would lose 85 to 90 percent of our population. Dr. sfelerk aug-. gests that' each family make a Plan of tfctfbn' in' case of attack tp 4vo|d panic and always have .a two week supply of food "and Water on hand. For protection from radiation one needs 8 }rjch- es of concrete block qr 1 foot of earth or sand bags, or 16 inches of tightly packed paper. The best place for £ shelter is in the basement because the house offers some promotion and the natural basement ventilation .colild 'be used. Also after a perio'd of time it would be possible lo leave the shelter and, go into the rest of the basement for an hour or.so After the talk D'r. Shierk held a and answer period. Virginia Circle The, .Virginia , Circle , of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber w.ith Mrs.,E. C.,Weisbrod assisting hostess on Monday. Eighteen members answered roll call. Mrs. George Jbrgenson had charge of the devotions and Mrs. 6larence Underwood presented the lesson from'the Latin American study book ''The Land 'of Eldorados". Plans were made for serving the annual turkey supper Nov. 8th. as guests. Mrs. Hudson ^ 42,80 was sent td the RnoxvllJ hospital in Knoxville. Mrs, Merl Voigt and Mrs. John Waite re cently attended the 8th distrre Fall Conference and Mrs. Wait gave a report on that meeting Mrs. W. W, Laage gave a legis lative report and Mrs. Ed Bruhn gave a report on the country o Chile. Depew Circle Met The Defiew Circle njet at. the home of Mrs. Melvin Berklanc QCt. }2." Mrs. Myles Herfgen, l&j the, devqtip-ns and Mrs. Berte* Berkeland presented the lesson Guests were Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs/ Harvey Henrlcksen; Mrs, Paul gumaph, and Airs. JVyles Heggen, Esthervilfe. Mrs. Frank Is Hostess The Marine Circle pf Methodist church met Oct. 11 at the home of Mrs. Esther Frank with Mrs, Charles 'ttewej assisting hostess.' Mrs. tyarreri Jones led the devotions and'Mrs, Clay^ ton Ditsworth presented .-the-'lesson. Quests were Mrs. Donajd Shaw, Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Jack Gerhart "and Mrs. Jones aunt, Mrs. Johnson. , i ^ ' Auxiliary Met The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met a.t the home;of Mrs.;-Martin Ohm, Opt, 13. Nine members were present,. with Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Mrs. Paul Hudson bw£/? FARM WAGONS ouiir WITH AW C R AFT.HI-TENSILE STEEL SHORTEST TURN WXGONS YOU CAH *W Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbors Club met Oct. 12 at the home of Mrs W-.' W. Laage with Mrs. Ervin Luedtke assisting ho'stess. • Mrs Rueben Luedtke gave a reading <"Tne Gay Bright Magic of a Housewives Day". Three guests present were Mrs. Jake Schwartz, Mrs. Ben Hansen and Mrs. Gerald Langerman. Mrs. W. W Laage and Mrs, Arlo Ranney were the October birthdays. Women's Club Meets The Fenton Women's Club met 'on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs. : Esther Frank with Mrs. Gene Ruske as co-hostess. The meeting was 1 called to order "by Mrs. Homer MattWesen, Nineteen members answered rolj call by telling an interesting summer episode. Mrs. Homer •Matthiesen and Mrs. Jake Schwartz had charge of the program of records; •» Bridge Club meets. The Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs Esther Frank. Four tables were in play wjth Mrs, George Jentz getting high score,, Mrs. Webber Yager second high and Mrs. Emma Reimers low. 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Warren Jones attended a D.A.R. guest dinner, at the Al gona Country Qlub, last week Mrs. Sherman Watson, Stat regent, was guest speaker. Mrs. W. W. Jolley returned last week frgm a three week vacation at Sawbill Lodge, T0fte Minn. Dr. Jolley. vacationed there for ten- days and then' returnee home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Blbsser Kansas City, Mo. accompanied the Jolleys. Mrs. Mary Jane Gar- vm,- Calif.-, stayed with Judy in her parent's absence. Judy a member of the Martha Dow Chapter of the C.A.R, of Spencer will report on her trip to Washington, D. C. at the chapter meeting Saturday, Sept. 21. Mr, and'Mrs. Bertel Berkeland and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olsen Whittier, Calif, visited relatives last weekend in Culver and Me- laco, Minn. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berkeland and family in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr, and Mrs. Merlo Voigt and family and William Voigt and Peggy were Sunday, Oct. 8 din. ner guests in the Clifford Douglas home. Among ihose from Fenton who attended the Republican meeting in Algona, Oct. 10 were Mr and Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Dr. and u/T; E l ncst Ruske ' Mr - a " d Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Clarence Yager and Don Yager. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Slou* ber visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Stoeber's aunt anc husband Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Dickenson at Dolliver. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross Eagle Grove were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Bister. Miss Judy Eigler, Cedar Falls visited over the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pau Eigler. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Marion Stucki were Mrs James McCadden, and Mrs. Earl Stucki, Rochester, Minn., and Mrs. Eya Raddiitz artd Mrs. Amelia Shaler of Pine Island, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki Julie and Jeff were also Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Readers, Cedar Falls. The two couples stayed at the Iteeders cabii) near Giftten- burg. The Rueders are former Fenton residents and pperated the telephone exchange while here. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel Mrs. Helen Widdel and Mrs. La.- von Steinberger attended the 25th anniversary party of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krumm at Armstrong Sunday. At. and Mr6. JUcftard were Sunday eVeflMg .„ in the horne of ,Mr. arid Mrs" gene Mario w, rural .flurt. • Mr. and Mrs.' Pearl Hudson Currle, Minn, and 'Mrl -and Mrs Fred Douglas, Rodman were 06t 9 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Clifford Douglas. - - • • • - -Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gengrie* and family, Mason' City wert "•ujidatt, Qcj, g dinner guests' oJ Jr. and Mrs. Art Dreyer. TheJ visited in th§ rfftewTbonlwith the Mw. .Errleii Votteler |ook card of her granddaughter Vickll Ann, In Lbrenz, Ootr 6-10 while jer parents Dr., and Mrs) Vincent Votteler went on a, fiahlng'triti ,o Leech Lfjke, Minn. 1 The U-Deal-Erii Bridge duty met at the home, of ., Mrs. Paul Eigler Oct. 9. Mrs. Am0s Finne. stad - had high -sqoFe and Mrs George. Jenta .second fcigh. Tht guests were Mrs. £rvin Johnson', Mrs. Will Millet 1 and Mrs. E. C Weisbrod. ' . ' ,' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halver- on visited relatives in Esthert ille Sunday. < • Mr. and, Mr«. Dean Loss, Al, ona, are the parents of a baby irl born Oct. * 15 at St. Ann hj Mgona. The maternal grandpar? nts are Mr. and Mrs. Delbert G.eitzenauer and great grandpar? ents Mr. and Mrs. Art Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Johp Geltiem auer. .'..'.Dale Eckhart ton of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckhart, Bancroft, vis-- itqd several days with his grand*parents Mr. and Mrs. 'Rolfe Miller while his mother, the former Ryth Miller, was hospitalized in she had felt quite well, urjtlljhree | stratloHs. days before, her . > death, ' fcuflal Was at GreensD6¥0. She last visited lji r Fentoh 1 years ago Mrs. Morgan attended school at Fentdtt and was, graduated from Fenton high school! Fe^il White was her maiden name. ' She is survived by'her hus* band, Frank, and son,-Frank, Jr., one brother, Clifford White, Chicago, and two grandchildren. ,...< Seneca Stars Install New 4-H Officers Seneca — Seneca Stars install!d new officers at their meeting laid Thursday Seneca School. evening at the Andrea Stefahsld installed Joleen Mueller as president, and Jolleen installed 'the other officers. Andrea . Stefanski is vice president; Audrey .Bergum, sec- August Ne'Mdn tttfk M^." Kelson to the h&me 6f their aauihtel arid family, the' M Molls, St, Marys. la., SUnday, .where sfefi will visit for two or thre<» We'ek4 l 1 MV. 'and Mrs. Marvin Wilbej-g and family of Estherville spent Sunday at the Martin WilbergsV The occasion was Mrs. Wilberg's birthday anniversary. Sunday dinner guests at the John Johannesen hpm'e included their son ahd family the Morri? Johahnesens, Armstrong, also their daughter and family, the' Glenn Kreugers, Fairmont. Join-, Ing them that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Ric--, key and Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. The occasion marked the joint birthdays of John Johannesen and Mrs. Wilberg. Marie StreUcker of Mason City spent the weekend at the Laurence Johannesens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris' and son Mike, of Le Mars, spent 1 last weekend with the Wayne Lynchs and the Williard Thompsons. The women are sisters. ' Herbie Krause, a student at Karth, Mum. visitedTin the home' Writes Of Trip To Okinawa And Japan Cities •Fenlpn — Mr. and Mrs. Ar Dreyer of Fenton recently re ceived a letter from their daugh ter,. Mrs. Hilda Dreyer Walke of Burbank, California, who will i«v,-:nJec.e .Joan Strople, Sai Diego, spent a month this sum mer, in Japan and the island of Okinawa. Mrs; Walker and her parents are former Lotts Creek area res- dents and Mrs. Walker attendee ugh school in Fenton. Mrs* Walker and Miss 'Stroples'- mair reason for the trip .was to visit Mrs. Walker's daughter and family,-Ruth and Bill Gleason and daughters Joanie 4, and Sherri 1, who are living on Okinawa where Gleason is stationed with the Air Force. Mrs. Walker and Miss Strople left Los Angeles and in five hours were in Hawaii. After their two hour stopove they were in flight for ten hour to Tokoyo, Japan. .Mrs, Walke says Tokyo was much like city in Americq with large build ings and lots of traffic except fo many bicycles and the fact tha they drive on the left side of thi road. Because the stores have meta dooj-s for protection agains thieves and typhoons no shopping can be done after 9 p.m. or on holidays. The hotel service was marvelous. The hotel dining "oom had elegant service with he food served in silver or china dishes and six or seven waitress- is per table. American, European nd Japanese food can be founo, n Tokyo restaurants. The ladies spent a week on the 0 mile by 60 miles island of Okinawa. The base and homes re all niodern and the service men's wives can have a Japanese maitj three days a week for one dollar. In Hong Kong the ladies qund either real wealth or so 3ooj- many didn't have homes, it he poor did have homes there were 10 to 12 people living in a 0 x 10 room. There arc crowded shops ail over the city where things can be purchased very cheaply provided one can get a certificate to enter the USA with it. The hotel however was beautiful with all extra services free. All in all Toyko and Hong Kong were like another large city with mpnslons, wealth and business districts versus its poot shacks, crowded streets, narrow alleys and dirt. , T-11 T T ~" --."—o~"> =«•«.- »iv-»v,ic 4viau»e, a aiuaeni at etary, Jill Jensen, treasurer; and -State Teachers College, Cedar aylvia Sullivan, historian. Cor- Falls, spent, last weekend with K re fK ?nm V C ? - on the new his parents, the Herbert Krauses. grams, also refreshments for Award night which will be held on Nov. 8 at the Seneca church .basement. The Fenton township .. boys and girls clubs will be guests. Mrs. Henry Looft, committee woman and Mrs. Alfred Petersen, retiring leader were . presented with corsages. The club also presented ,Mrs. Petersen with a gif( of appreciation for her years of service as a club leader. Mrs Robert Fprtney will take her place as a local leader. Mothers present at the ceremony were Mrs. .Russell Jensen Mrs. Roy Mueller, Mrs. Francis Sullivan, Mrs. Russell Kauffmah Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Andrew I Stefanski, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. ' .-Robert Fortney,, also Mrs. Alfreo Petersen and Mrs. Henry Looft. Progressive Farmers ; Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club met at the home oi Lowell Mueller Wednesday eve- hing, Oct. 8. Twenty members answered roll call by telling, il the corn harvest had started at their farm. Six new members present included Philip Thompson, Tim ,ynch, Ross Johnson, Charles 'arsons, and Richard and Roger fanson. Lowell Mueller and Richard England gave demon- Krause and Mrs. Richard Bauer. Mrs. Alfred Petersen had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Laurence Johannesen will be the Oct. hostess. Honored birthday members included Mrs. Nina! THOAAAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Pir$ctors \ ^ Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service . Funeral May Be . Referred To Us 'With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTEO 21001 21006 202 U Ex-Resident Of Fenton Dies Fenton — Mrs. E, Frank Morgan, former Fenton resident, died Sept. 30 in Greensboro, N. C. 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