The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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November 23, Pa*Molnla^rjtiftijriy, November 1 23, 1961 10 Straight A Students On Sentral Honor Fenion — The Sentral Honor Roll for the first nine weeks' is, drey Bergum, Kathryn Biersted as follows: „• Straight A's seniors — Virgtan Bierstedt; juniors —. Trudy Huskamp. Francis LifiSAsophomoreF *— JoAi.n Breesek j Jacquellnr LaabS, Loren Menz,Whirle.y Sullivan! freshmen —.Bavid Frink, Elaine Sclilei, Bonnie 'Wehrspan, ' No grade lower than a B: ser- iors —] Joanne Dreyer, Jon Jenlz Mike Kressin, Joanne Luflun Colleen Smith, Sharon Sullivan Barbara Tomlinson and Barbara Wehrspan; juniors —- Jane Angus, Ronald Behrends, Lynn Bierstedt, Margaret Dittmer, Lois Finnestad, Mary Hurlburt, Marilyn Johnson, Peggy Pettit, Jac guelyn Priebe and Beverly Wehr- span, sophomores — Judy Geit- aenauer, Gloria Householder, John Laage, Gerald Luedtke and Wayne Stoeber; freshmen — Marilyn Alt, Margaret Bierstedt, Dennis Dahl, Patty Dprweiler, Judy Hammerstrom, Rebecca Hantelman, James Hartman, Andrea Stefanski and Nadine Weisbrod, The junior, high honor roll no grade below B; eighth grade — Christine Berkness, Janet Hammerstrom, Judith Kraft and John Luedtke, seventh grade — Au- Holjee Krause, Mary Lou Larsei Mary, Emily Mienke, Janell Newbraugh, Gary Rath, Ervin Root: Richard Shaw, Candanc Vaudt and Cheryl Weisbrod. Mr»and Mrs Franklin Muelle and fdmily wore Sunday evening dinner gUests of the Howarr Bierstedts; rural Lone Rock. Calvin Voigt, Crystal Lake visited Thursday with the Clif ford Douglases. He also visitec' with William Voigt in the Em metsburg hospital. Miss Lois Voigt will be home 'or - the Thanksgiving weekend She ..teaches 4th grade at Wesi Gradi School in Waterloo. Kern Yager will leave Saturday to begin an accounting course at the Hamilton Business College in Ma^on City. Nicky Mueller, son of the Franklin Muellers has taken over Kern's job as news The U-Beal-Etti Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs Clayton Ditsworth Monday evening, Nov. 13th. Three tables were in plaj. with Mrs George Murphy having high score, Mrs Larry Alt seeon \ high and Mrs Harold Wehrspann low. The May'.ne Oircio of the Methodist W.S.C.3. met at the hdme of Mrs Jake Schwartz Nov. 15th wjtn Mrs Clayton Ditsworth u»- sisting hostess. Mrs Carrie Voigt led the devotions and Mrs Dale Weisbrod presented the lesson on Latin America. The Marlys Circle of the Moth- odist W.S.C.S. met at the home of Mrs Donald Snaw Novembei i6th with Mrs Jack Gerhart assisting hostess. Twelve members answered roll call. Mrs Lyie We- wel led tne devotions and Mit Harvey Walker presented tht jrogram on Latin America. Mr and Mrs Ward Rusks and Renee, La Grange Park and Mr nd Mrs Kaye Ruske, Davenport were Thanksgiving dinner guests n the parental Dr. E. W. RusKt lome. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall vis- ted over the weekend with Mr nd Mrs Herbert Weiske anu amily in Cedar Rapids. Faye Hantelman, daughter ot boy for the Register, Mr and Mrs Raymond Sipebe were Wednesday overnight an Thanksgiving dinner guests o the Oliver Stoebers at Laurel tow£f. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoe ber, arid Wayne, and Mr and Mrs, Richard Stuck! and family w.ere also Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Oh'ver Stoebers. ANNOUNCEMENT MIRWIN WIDDEL IS OUR NEW MECHANIC. MANY OF YOU ALREADY KNOW HIA/k HIS, YEARS OF EX- PERIENCE AREVVVAiLABLE TO you NOW AT IMPLEMENT FENTON with this FREE coupon get FREE BAG of POPCORN Just Clip and Bring In This Cou- pon For FREE: Bag of "Corn TO BE POPPED. Have a Popping Good Time on us ! he- Eldpn Hantelnians, recently sited several days with her s^s- r and family the Don Berry mans at Columbus, Illinois. Miss Hantelman then ,went to Denver Colorado, where she plans to work. She will be rooming with Carol Johannesen, daughter o: Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen Seneca. The girls both graduatea from Sentral high school. Mr and Mrs Harold Elmers are the parents of a seven pound nine ounce baby girl born Tuesday, November 14th at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The little miss who has been named Tammy Sue has two sisters 'and three brothers. The grandparents are Mi & Lena Jentz, Mrs Bertha Nemitz and Mr and Mrs William Eimeri. The Fenton Community Club met the second Monday this month instead of-the third Monday because of Thanksgiving ac- ivities. There "were ! 25 members present. Some'discussion was heia on a Scholarship fund being set up, but,.. jt was tabled until the next meeting. X ;.',- , ' . , \ St. John's Lutheran church at Depew will be? having a Mission Conference .November 25-30. Dr. William Scott a mis'sipnary to tha. Santals 1 .will j speak ^aturdaXj. anoi "and ' • T ---'- u --^ Mother, Tot In Close Call On Icy Road Fenton — Mrs. Clayton Wolf wife of a Sentral high schoo science teacher, and their eight- month old daughter, Wendy Lou escaped serious injury ThurSda} morning when their car swerve,*" across a highway and plunged into the opposite ditch near Ring- •sted, Mrs Wolff was driving West on highway 44 and about a mile east of Ringsted skidded on a patch of ice which caused net* to lose control of the car. The car came to rest in „,, creek on its top in about a foot of water. Mrs Wolff, who sul stained a broken collar borte! crawled out a back window arid reached back inside to get Wendy who had been riding beside her n the front seat. The baby was unhurt but did suffer from a slight cold and .temperature Thursday night. ' \ ' Carl Nielsen, rural Armstrong, tooK them to a Ringsted doctoi. The top and entire right side-ol the Wolff's I960 Pontiac were extensively damaged and th windshield was broken, witr damage estimated at $1,800. Bar ney Reynolds, Emmet county sheriff, investigated the accidenl Boy, 7, Badly Hurt; Surgery Is Required Fenton — Joel Jentz, 7, son'of Mr and Mrs Mervin Jentz. hat surgery for the removal of s ruptured .spleen Thursday at Holy Family hospital ip Estherville. He required a blood transfusion after surgery. -Wednesday, 'after school Joel fell against the frame of a trailer running gear' on which he was walking. Thursday morning m, was ill and was taken to a local Jhysican who sent him to tnti hospital. JoePis now recuperatinV -ery nicely. ' ^ FELCO DAIRY RATION RETURNS DOUBLE DIVIDENDS ylndell' a iriissioria'ry -'•'- inr."'•: Nepai will speak :the rest of the weeK. Pictures & a talk will be present- d[ each evening. Both men are with the World Mission Prayer League. The public'is invited bunday dinner 'guests at Ihn George O. Jor'gensons were Mi and Mrs John .pstron, Avon Minnesota, Mrs Wilber Gary, Lebanon, Oregon, Mr and Mrs Don Jorgenson and family, Algona and Mr and Mrs George M. Jorgenson. Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mrs Ernest Berkland, Mrs Melvm Berkland, Mrs Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs Paul Zumach, Mrs Gerald Cody and Mrs Duella Cody went to a quilting party at the Mrs Oliver Johnsons, Cylinder, Monday afternoon. Barbara and Merle Halverspn who are attending the Lutheran Bible Institute in Minneapolis, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. Noel Westland also visited with Halversons. Mr and Mrs Gayle Keeley. Mr* Lena Kohlwes and Dorene ot Minneapolis visited Mrs E. H. Dreyer Saturday and Sunday. Sunday Mr and Mrs Ewald Koh- iwes of Austin also visited Mrs Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family, Mrs E. II. Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Duune Dreyer and family, Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker, Whittemore were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr and Woman 1 ! Guest .nl .. «.i'r.-.,tii lif Miffei-- 'Mi.i7i* JA..lJ£-.e'i.u^r._.... i^t^^jj^^^"'.^^'. .'. i. * Has Fenton — Tin* Fentph 1 U „„,«„ „ Club met at the home of Mrs Ed Bruhn Tuesday, Nov. 14th' with Mrs Raymond Stoeber assisting hostess. Twenty members were present arid Mrs Homer Matthiesen presided at the business meeting. "" Mrs Paul Elgler. and Mrs E. K. Johnson were the program chairmen and presented Mrs Ronald Uier as speaker. She gave an interesting talk about Seville, and Rev. R. D, Eckelman Whose birthday is November 17. 'Words, of farewell Were .sftok en to Rev. Arthur Schulte aria- family by Rev. W. T. Wolfrau Clear Lake. Rev. Sehultz is leav ing St. John's at Burt and is go Ing to Red Oak and Vlllisca. Mrs Ferdinand Mueller baked a birthday cake for Rev. Friedridh fot the conference lunch. Progressors 4-H Has Installation Fenion — The Fenton Progres- vw.^.^».. e mm CILIUUI oevuie. sors 4-H club held its monthly Spain, where she lived about a meeting November 8th at the year when her husband was s£a- j home of Linn and John Laage. At loned there with the Air Force. this meeting they made plans fot She showed some souvineers and I tne annual award night held at discribed their use and told of ' the BJakjer Lutheran church neai he customs and life in Spain Seneca. Mrs E. K. Johnson read a Thanksgiving poem. ^evening guests'In V; "i, honfeT „ I for use with average hay, Felco Dairy Ration provides the nourishment for greater milk production. It's • complete grajA mixture concentrate containing 16% protein. Double^dividends? Yes Sir! Because Felco Dairy . JUtion, Jike all Felco Feeds gives you superior quality - end then passes tiw'aargias jj ac ic t 0 you. la lower costs, IQNTACW ~ ~ FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. IOWA 9 Mrs Roger Dreyer in Sioux City. Kern Elrick and Judy and Sheryl Schwieger, Jefferson wer Sunday dinner guests m th Louie Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber Mrs Elsie Reed, Mrs Virginia Al len and Earl Richards, Algon; were Sunday dinner guests o Mr and Mrs Lyle Basselt, Mil lord. November llth and 12th guesti of Mr and Mrs James Meyei were Mr and Mrs Jim Ryken Latimer, Mr and Mrs Les Reab Waterloo. Sunday dinner gueiU were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Dohi- mann and family. Reab ana Dohrmann are former fellow employees of Meyer. They all worked for' Standard Oil in Masoi. City. Monday, November 13, supper guests in the Jim Meyer home were Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer and Mrs Max Fiaig, Bruce ana Jeffery and Mr and Mrs Emu Bierstedt. The oceasion was m 'lonor of Mama's 4th birthday. Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedi ano VIrs James Meyer, Marcia ami Janny were Thursday guests in .lie Bryan Willmert home in Albert Lea. The occasion was in lunor of Suzanna Willmcrt's first Jirthday. Mrs Willmert is the Biersttdt's daughter, Mary. Mr and Mre DeJond Bolte ana jrnily were Sunday evening super guest* at the Merle Vuizi HJUIH. ' • • , • ' »^***v.4VI , 4^UJJJ^ WCTB IV and Mrs Floyd Burd, Mr aud M : v*S° n A ^ uc ^ and Mr ^ nd Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne. Th" occasion was m honor of Mr 3urds birthday. Sunday' guests pf' Mrs Otto Wichtendahl were Mi- and Mr Kenneth Bollinger, Mr. and Mr Wayne Bollinger, Mr/and Mr Norman Bollinger, Mr.and Mr tddie Wichtendahl and famih and^Mr and Mrs .Tom Fickbomb Predncksburg. ; ' • Mr and Mrs Namari Bollinger entertained four tables at 500 Saturday evening. Mrs Wayne Bollinger and John Kressin had high score and Mrs James Kressin had low and travel and Eulan Schueller had mens low. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Amanda Kern and Mr and Mrs Webber Yager were Sunday evening dinner guests at thr Clarence Yagers. The occasion was in honor of Joe's 8th birthday, Friday after school Mrs Franx Give Pastor, 65, Birthday Party Fenion — 'me Lutheran Laylen's League was -scheduled to meet on Tuesday, Nov. 14th, but nstead the members'of St. John's ..utheran church' 6t Fenton gath- red at the church parlors for a urprise 65th birthday party for heir 'pastor, Rev. W; H. Fried[rich. ; ••'••'•'. The progra.n was led by Rev. Henry Friedrich of Marcus, la., a son of the honoree.' It 'consisted j of a piano duet, by Beverly and Mark Berkland, an' original read- ,ing "What Father Means To Me" by Mrs Orville Kressin, a daugh- •ter of the honpree, community singing with Mrs James Meyer at the piano and a talk by Rev. Henr ry Friedrich. : A birthday cake, baked and decorated by Mrs Ed Mitchell, Mrs Ben Berkland and Mrs Harvey Henriksen was 'the centerpiece. A delicious lunch was served. Rev. Friedrich received many birthday cards with cash gifts and responded with words of thanks. - " i . They also installed the new officers: president, Gary Berkland; vice president, Jon Jeniz; secretary and treasurer, Dennis NeWel; and reporter John Ruger. It ''was decided to hold the Christmas party next' month at the home ol Gary Berkland. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Laage. Santa Coming, Dec. 2, Fenton Fenton — Saturday, December 2 will be Santa Claus day in Fenton. AH area children are invited to visit with Santa before and after the 2 p.m. movie at the com munity center. Each child will receive a treat. elbow. She was released frbnii the -hospital the following day.• Jt. 'H. J jassn, who has been «>•« 'patient at the Holy Family hu.v pital for the nast two weeks, 'is showing some improvement* He to be up in a chair pait ot the {'me'. • Luis Wilberg, a student at St. Olaf College, 'Northfield, came' home last Tuesday to be with her ntothe? while her father wa|:h.osi~ pitalized. She expects to rlsum^ her college work after Thanksgiving vacation. Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen ac- companied M* 'Biid-Mt-s -M>;lford MiWiS 1 ! df Lone Rock to Tsrril, Sunrk/ afterfio&.i ivhert they tt'Me g'aests at the John Micklick home. , Jerry' deilenfeld of Holstein visited -with friends and relatives in this vicftiity "over-thfe' Weekend. He is recuperating from an accident in which he Was recent( ly involved. Blakjer Lutheran^ ChuMh Women met ats/tHe. church , parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs August Nelson and Mrs Raymonu Bergum • ' ' FENTON BUSINESS dnd PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Church Unit Meets, Fenton Fenton — On November 14th he Algona Circuit Pastoral Conference was held,in St. John's Lutheran' 'church, it be- b.VfU cqrpn\union service a,mj Thie-nobn meal was e'd and 'served r by Mrs. Ed Heyer, Mrs Emil Bierstedt and Mrs Orville Kressin. During the meal birthday greetings were ex- ended to the host pastor, Rev. H. Friedrich, November 14 SENECA NEWS Martin Wilberg is a patient at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. He submited to major surgery Tuesday morning and is recuperating. Lewis Brtese was rushed to Holy Family hospital early Friday morning due to exdessive hemorrhaging. Mrs Breese is ai the hospital with him and then daughter, Mrs Fred Ericksen ana son are staying at the Bree&s home. " Mrs Henry Looft is wearing . cast on her left arm as the result of an accident at their farm home Monday morning. She was taken to the Holy Family hospuat where x-rays showed a dislocated ,' I' wish' to' "express rriy' sincere thanks to all who sent cards 'and letters and to those who donated blood. To Rev. Walker for prayers while I was in the hospital and now at home. It was truly appreciated. — Ed Schlei. (47 • WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE , *nid G6HL EQUIPMENT Bus/ Phona 3 Res, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print, ed That Takes An Interest In Fenton I . LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans " And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Mueller entertained seven of her son Johnny's class mates at a birthday party for him. The third grade boys present were Let Greyer, Kevin Johnson, Micheal Berkland, David Voigt, Edward Krause, David Menz and Jimrny Stembcrger. Saturday evening supper guests dt the Franklin Muellers wen. r and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and amily. The occasion was in honor of Johnny's ninth birthday Mr and Mrs Da}e Weisbrod and Nadine were Thanksgiving guests ot Mr and Mrs Garry Bleckwenn m Altus, Oklahoma. Mr and Mr.- Charles Weisbrod accpmpaniet them and were Thanksgivini guests of Charles brother, Mi and Mrs George Weisbrod in El- Reno, Oklahoma. Mr and Mrs Clarence Vago and Don, Mrs Amanda Kern, M' and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Chuck Kern, and Miss Charlotte Thompson, Britt attended the wedding of Mr and Mrs Frank Kern in Algona, November llth.' FARM AUCTIO SALE TO BE HELD ON FARM LOCATED r/2 MILES EAST, 1 MILE SOUTH AND 1/4 MILE WEST OF CYLINDER Tues., November 28th STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. MACHINERY — Hunters Fly In For Pheasants Fenton — Dr. Edwin Creciiius Dr. Durand Benjamin, Dr. Ver-' non Micheals, Dr. Paul Flitcher Dr. Donald Burst, Tony De Bas- iio, Harold Geronsin, Bob Werner, all of gt. kouis, MO., Rodney Priebe, son of Art Priebe Lone Hock, and a paratrooper buddy from Fort Campbell, Kentucky all flew in for the opening day of pheasant season and that weekend. They all were guests 01 the Art Piiebes, Lone Hock and the Hay Priebes. Fenton. gout TAGS — Up Pes Moines Pub. Co., A). 1951 W.D, Allis Chalmers Tractor, Heat Houser, Pul|y-]2x28 Chains; 1948 8N Ford Tractor, Good Rubber, Good Condition; A.C. Two Row Mounted Cultivator; A.C. Mounted 3-14 P|owj Stan Hoist, Manure Loader To Fit A. C. Tractor & Snow fueket; 19el 450 International; a Four Row Corn Planter power hill drop with check heads, big fertilizer boxes, insecticide boxes, Jouble Pise openers on rubber wilh '/» mile of wire; MeCormick Peering Endgate Seeder; 11 ft. Spring Tooth Harrow; 1961 Twin, draulic Sprayer; 1960 New Idea Manure Spreader (like new); ohn Deere Disc; 8 ft. John Deere Binder; 4 Secion Galaway Drag; Me D. Side Delivery Rake, Trash wheel to fit; AJlis Chal* me»s Tractor; John Deer* 42 ft, elevator; Stan Hoist Hydraulic Drive On Wngon Hoist; Speed Jcnk; Me D. Rubber "Tired Trailer? H & N Wood Flare Box; 300 Gallon Gas Barrel & Stand; Me P. land Corn Sheller; Bob Sled; Cattle Feed Bunk; Sheep Hay Bunk; log .Troughs; Hag Chyte To Ring Pig«. TOOLS - I960 M(Cwi|QU0h 18 in. Chain Saw; lever Jack; Crescent Wrench; Many Small Tools - Many Descriptions. MISCELLANEOUS - Barrels & Oil Pump; Brichen Harness & Horse Collars; 100 Bales Hay; 100 Bales Straw; Some Household Goods. TERMS: USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF FORENOON LIVESTOCK AUCTION WE WILL HOLD A PUBLIC AUCTION TO SETTLE THE CHARLES THEEEFIELD ESTATE ON THE FARM LOCATED Vi MILE NORTH AND Vi MILE WEST OF FENTON BLACK TOP OR 4 MILES EAST, 5 MILES SOUTH AND Vj. MILE WEST OF RINGSTED. ON Monday Mornin'g MURPHY LUNCH ON GROUNDS n-j U SALE STARTS AT 9:30 163 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 163 JohnK ESTATE gilBK-- Cyliwster State Bank AUCTIONEER: Lloyd IfrWsn^ 46 HEAD PUREBRED & HI-GRADE HOLSTEIN CATTLE Holstein Cow, fresh 2 wks.. with 41h calf; Three Holstein Cows lo freshen in Dec, with 3rd calf; Holstein Cow, fresh 1 wk., with 3rd calf; Holstein Cow, fewh 2 days, with 2nd calf; Holstein Cow. fresh 2 win., with 2nd calf; Hplstein Cow Jo freshen in Jan., with 5th calf; Hoi•tern Cow. lo freshsn in Dec., with 4th calf; HoJstein Cow, fresh 3 wks.. with 4th calf; Holstein Cow, IP freshen before sale with 4th calf; Jan., with 3rd coif; Holstein Cow, to fresh- Hojttein Cows, lo frsshen in Dec., with n u^'i^il --r—'" in Dec - wji h 4th calf; Hclstein Cow, to 4ih r»». H i ?'i W ^ 5 h , C8 L f> MHoUtein Cow,'to freshen before sale with ,th calf; Holstein CPW fresh 2 'wks., with 3rd calf; Holttein Cow, lo frafihBn '" n " " " u ""• Hclstein Cow. to frwhen in Dec!with JiwJ Calf Heifers; 10 Holstein Yearling w^i.i.- r>"" ; "r""- Calve8 ' »«4 I CPming 2 yr. old Hplstein Bull, felslem Cow, fresh 1 mo n , wJJh 2nd calf; 3 Holslein C v - • »n Jan. with 5?h c«lf, VACC, ~w 17 — " 90 fal1 Pi3 » York * Po l an d China Cross; ire SPWS Vaqc,; Open; IS YPrtaO)ir» Hwvy Fee«lw Pigs. MILKING EQUIPMENT — - 9 Q sn Side Milk In Barn. withput a rain. ""' «" Ho ™ 1 ' Charles Theesf ield Est, Lloyd Sunde, Owners , BENgON & Auctioneers

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