The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 33
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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V: i» *, y" -,', w >,i" W ;n, • . ».»s (Fs it'-l r.| !>M >*« t-f , .be havin parties seaso Hurdies iui programs -~«, this Christmas iir schedules are as :rams 't Lutheran, Fenion. th6 Sunday „ and Christmas !3Q p.m. • iper 21, the Walthei 'caroling and ChrislfrtaiS [00 p.m. ifl§ eVe, Childrehs Suri- Christfel 10:30 a.m>| Fento Decemb .Jjrogram 7 :00 p.m. *" day worship service odlst church utuemDer *£,, tne childrens Sunday sflhdd^prpgram wlthffel- lowship , Decem Christmas •per. w Christmas'!. 1 Vesper 75U0 1 nition Sunday ifySO p.m. December 31, Student Recog Blakjef Lutheran, Seneca December- 22, Sunday schoo Childrens program 7:00 p.m. -. pecembet 2l Regular, Sunday W6rsfcfp 0:60 fl.mV St. Luke's Lutheran, Falrville December 24, Sutfdfly'-sehoo childrens program 7:30 p.m. December, 25, Christmas dai worship 10:00 a.m. Immanuel Lutheran, Lbtts Creole December 17, Walther League carolfn'g 6:30'p.m. '• , Christmas eve, childrens program 7:00 p.m. 'December 25, Christmas day service. 9:00 a.m. St, JoHn's Lutheran, Depew •December 17, Luther League cariuiflg 6:30. p.m. ^ December, 23, Childrens Prb- gram 7:30 p.m. December .25, Christmas day services -10:30 p.m. LK* Slated Dec JO Fentoh — Tlfr Senfrair Junior and Senior high school cantata Christmas Bells r will , be held Wednesday evening, December feo at 7:30 p.m. in the SentfaT gymnasium under tfte ^direction, .of Mrs. Warren Jdnesl*The gram is divided ihtoj tfif£e ; tions with the 95$ wide; jtmibf and senior high choWs isfriguig first, accpmpanied by organ or planbf,' |.U i I J l;|f| THe, secbhd sectiqh is the', sMll groups which will sing in Infolr mal Christmas scenes with thirty-nine participating. The third group- is the girls glee club; boys glee club, and junior and senior choruses separately Ihd then the final with the two choruses together again singing "Praise To The Lord" accompanied by the organ, trumpet, and flute and the audience, joining in on this final hymn. Everyone should truly enjoy this evening of v'dhrfe music. f members. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber presented a play given by society members and Mrs. Jack Gerhart sla,ng a Christmas carole. / Wty-ftve were present which included three guests, Mrs. Jot Sykes, Whittemore, Mrs. Floy.d Burd, > and Mrs. Marion Stuck'i. Birthday guests present were Mrs. Mary C. Hansen, Mrs. Marion Stucki, Mrs. Merle V6igt and MrS., Wendell Rusch. ' Thrtse ' who . had December birthdays but , weren't present were Mrs'. Horrier Matthiesen. Mrs. C. C. Voigt, Mrs. Rose Weisbrod' and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mrg., Eugene Mansager and Mrs. Curtis Lura.: ; . Pubirih»d By Th» Upptf DM MolnM POblUhlnfl Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI Mlfor Anniversary Surprise Party Tehten — A surprise i$th" we'd ding, anniversary party was held Sunday for Mr. ahd Mrs. Calvlh Fenion — Metho- — - dist WSCS heia^tfielr Christmas meeting Dec^7 JA .the church / lors. The circle decor! atcd in thelChristmas spirit. Mrs. Derwood Vdigt^^fd the , worship service wjthh scripture reading end caroles -simg by Mrs. Mortcnson -and Mrs. Dale 'Wefs- brod. : ,, ; ; ' ''."•';• Mrs. Lester' Weisbrod presented the Christina's program with readings apdja lar;ge, display of living Christmas cards with messages from each read by* WSCb St. John's Aid Xmfc Party ] Fentoh — St. John's Lutheran Belies Aid met Wednesday, afternoon December 6th for their Shrlstmas party and- guest day. Each woman was presented with a Christmas corsage and then eated. After a short business meeting Mrs, l W, ,11. Friedrich presented the program.; Mrs. I Waiter , Jehtz read ?'Leitefs ; Krbm ( Shc _- Write", ^nd Mrs. Amos Fjnnestad and Mrs. Frank SeeTey gave a humerous skit, "Bargain, Hunters". • After each .of the above select ions a Chra^ascarolV was sung Vaudt. 500 was played and mends and rela'tivks 'attending Were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye Mr. ahd MrS. Don Shaw, Mr. anc VIrs. Lyle Newel, Mr. and Mrs Warlin Wegener, Mr. and Mrs tenneth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs i/ldon Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Paui Voigt, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold timers. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin faudt had high score and Mrs. Ildon Brown ladies low and Don "ihaify had mens low. ' -. ' Eunice , JbnKS6n and - Calvin raudt were married Dec. 15,'1946 t Fairville Lutheran church. The ouple has four children, Candace 12, Randy 8, Glenda 3 and Gayle 4 months. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke, firs. L. J. Dreyer, Mrs. Everett Jreyer and Mrs. Clayton Dits- vorth attended a funeral Friday in Charles City for Henry Hoeft, 78, who passed away Dec. 6th in a Waverly hospital. He had surgery a month ago which revealed cancer. Mrs. Hoeft is the, former Emma Dreyer who lived in this area as a child. Her father the late Emil Dreyer farmed 2% miles southeast of Fentfln', Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt were Mr. and Mrs. JCeith Kerber and family, Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Winston Kerber .and family. The occasion was in honor of Kathy Kerber's llth birta- day and Kent Kerber's 4th birthday. ' The Fenton Town Council met Dec. 4th at the community center. They granted a Class B beer permit to Elvina Fuhr and a building permit to the Fenton Methodist church. Estimated cost of renovating the front entrance of the parsonage is $1,400.- January 2 the .new mayor, Dr. W. W. Jolley and the town'council will be sworn in at thkt meeting. Council members to be seated for the first;time are;Arnold Hariseii gnd.. George- J,flrgensonjQ\i^m^efe, re-elected to-,; their Xposts w.'ere Homer Matthiesen/ Merle Voigt and Clarence Yager. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood were Sunday dinner guests in the Richard Underwood Throw Is Victory Edge At Ringsted . Rlngited — The Sentral gir! and boys basketball teams' wdn both games last Friday, •» evening at Ringsted. Sentral Boys surget ahead in the, last, quarter ,td -win 47 to 46, While the Sentral'girl won easily. 60 to 31. ,. ,, Barbara tomurison collecle'd three field goals and four free throws for a total -of id poitft while teammate Beverly ,Wehr spann collected 10 fiejd goals to lead her mates to victory. Linda Ramus had five field goals am five free throws to come in rot second highest honors.' Sue Glasnapp Ipd the losers with a'total of ( 10, points. Sentral led all'th€ way. . , . -,•' f\ In the bSys tonte-sr'-ifrtgyte^ led until the last .quarteP'when with 5 minutes and 45 seconds eft to play, Sentral's' Dennis Dhm poured in bucket aftef'buc- tet to bring his mates itheir first ead of the game 40 to 39. With :ll left to play Berkland' f6Me^ nd Ronnie Reed for Ringsted Jhtt he free throw to bring' Ringste^ ntb a tie; .Reed - f&uled 'Dennis Stucki with orie minute and-30 seconds left to play and' Sttidfci' hit for the fre?'throw'putting hia mates ahead;47 to 46 arid 'the score stayed the same-until the' final whistle. •"• "Dennis '6hm led the winners With 6 field goals; Larry Bierstedt four field goals and thret free throws; Dennis Stucki three" i weld goals and three free throws: ~ ' Gary Berkland four field goals and Wayhe Eimers one field goal and one free throw. Rorinie Reed led the losers with 12 points, Wally LarSoti with 10 points and Wiley Hariseh with 8 points. The box Score: • • • SENTRAL BOYS fiierstedt, Lynn ...1 2 2 Itucki. ...._ 3 3 3 Jimers _.i i i BerkMd -_:*_. 4 0 6 Ohm '.„"„... e 0 3 Bierstedt) Larry- ..4 3 2 *• '!& 9 18 RINGSTED BOYS (4fc) fg ft pf Christenson '•• - ^_2 0 ' 1 Reidel ..3 0* 3 Sansen 3 2 3 Anderson 3 0 0 liarson . 5 0 £ Keed 2 8' 2 j 3 8 12 11 47 4 6 8 6 1, 12 18 10 11 46" RINr>3TED GIRLS (31) „ , , ft ft pt NelSo'ri ..I 0 2 Dallam .20 3 'Glasnap 5 0 1 It) J,ensen i 4 2 6 Pfeterson :...J i '19 Hansort 6 o 60 Meade ..^ o 030 Kimrnet 0 0 20 Anderson ...'^...^O 0 1 13 5 21 31 I > SENTRAL GIRLS (SO) fg ft pf ifehrspann, Bev. _iO 0 1 lamus ' 6 5 1 omlinson, Barb. _3 4 0 GeitzenaUer . !0 0, 1 bigt, P. 0 0 1 tfehrspann, Ba. —0 0 1 Wchtendahl ; 0 0 '1 fehrspann; Bon. > -2 1 3 lantelman ,..0 ' 0 1 b'igt. R. 0 0 1 20 10 11 *P, 20 10 0 0 §• 5 '0 0 50 Firemen Hold Annual Meeting And Election Fenion —. Merle Vpigt was r£- elected chief of the Fenton V61* Uhteer Fire Department and Marlon Stucki was re-elected secretary-treasurer at their Decemb& meeting. -Ray Uthof was promoted from captain to the post of assistant chifcf. New fire captain is Martin Ohm. Regular meeting night is the fourth Monday of the month, but for 'the past several years firemen have met earlier in December for election of officers to avoid a meeting during the holi- flay season. Christmas Day falls on the fourth Monday this year. in charge of the Christmas program. A skit on the ."Spirit of Christmas" was presented, games were played and Mrs. Hildretli Pettit gave a reading. The theme 6f the decorations was "Lets /'Have a Christ Centered .Christ- by the group. Rev. W. H. Friedrich gave ^ a*, short message and the program; closed by singing Silent - Night. The Secret Pals were disclosed with an exchange of. gifts,.and-each' member also liad a'gift for:,her guest. ; The, first escalator was exhib-, Ited at Paris Exposition in France in 1900, then returned to U. S. and. installed in, Gimbel Bros, in Philadelphia. ^ lnner was m hon <> of Lynette Sue's 5th birthday. Dinner guests at the Theo Ost walds Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Ervin Brass arid family, Goldfield, Mr. and Mrs Charles Ostwald, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Wagner and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ostwald and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ostwald and family all of Whittemore. The occasion was in honor of the Theo Ostwald's 39th wed- FELCO SPECIAL DRYLOT SUPPLEMENT f UTS THE POLISH ON HOGS Round and sleek—.that's the way they finish out on Special Drylot Supplement, This Special Supplement con-. tains everything a top hog should have to take top market prices. Use thi$ special supplement from 8 weeks to inarJceting. • «you'll increase your profits plenty. Feed it cither cafeteria or in complete feeds using five parts grata and one part Pryjot for hogs 5<MOQ# and eight to one for hogs 100# to market, You'll g^ » double advantage too, lor Fejco feeds (Ire superior in quality, add the margin i* passed back to you ia lower costs, k COHTA6T», FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. IOWA Home Owned — H0mt ding anniversary which was Dec. 6th and Herman Brass' birthday which was also the 6th, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglat. entertained Dec. 5th in honor of their son Billy's 7th birthday. Guests were Calvin Voigt, Crystal Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voist and family and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family. December 6th guests in tho Clifford Douglas home were Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Jentz and family. Daniel Joseph, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bleckwehn was baptized Sunday, Nov. 26, at St, Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, with 4he Rev. Bckle- man officiating. The baby's sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Twait of Fenton, Depew circle met at the home of Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Thursday. Mrs. Robert Berkgren led the devotions and Mrs. William Werner presented the lesson. Each member presented a Christmas poem, song or reading for a parv of the program, Guests were Mrs Ed Mitchell and Mrs. Harvey HenricksQn, Mr,, and Mrs, Morris Mitchell left Friday to spend this week visiting with their son and -family the Pale Mitchells in Sardis, North Pakota. They plan to get acquainted with their new granddaughter Annette kouise who was born Nov. 2nd. Annette has three brothers. Fairyiu* Ladies m mt Dee, otn m the church parlors. Mrs Elmer Greinert, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Carl Beck were Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Marsh. Julia, Peggy and Joan, New Pro^ Vidence visited Sunday wjth Mr, and, Mrs. Raymond Lijster, TJ»e FeiUon Le^on Auxiliary met Friday at the home p f mj. Merle Vpigt with, twelve -mem, b,ers present. Mrs. Rej? Wolf sent 8 gift tvi Charles AJvderspn whpm the Auxiliary is sponsoring at Woodwitrd, They sent a dollar to the Kossuth County Council for Ret.u-ded children and $2.50 to the Ipws Soldiers, hiome in ia»ltQwn, The ladies are ! [ items for shut-ins. Mrs. l4age gave a legislature THAT GIVE VALUE, COMFORT, ECONOAriV AND UTILITY THE YEAR'ROUND KELVIN ATOR ^-EiECTRIC OR ^ GAS RANGES^) AUTOMATIC "WASHIER A BfcYERS, lEFRIGfcRATORS AND DEEP FREEZERS- (MADE BY A DIVISION OF ; AMERICAN MOTORS) Decembef 14> 1961 Alflono (lo.) 11^0* MelitM-S mas". Guests were Mrs. Ray Laabs and Mrs. Roy Blefle, Lone Rock,: Mrs. Louis Zinnel, Emmetsburg. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. The hostesses were Mrs. Er- Vin Schmeling, Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mrs. Delond Votteler and Mrs. Eugene Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd fierkland and Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Berk- ! land attended Taylor's Christmas dinner irJarty at the Algona Country Club'last week. 8th Graders Enjoy Dance Fenion — Twenty-eight 8th Gr. girls and boys of Sentral school enj&yed a dfchce at the Fenton community Center Saturday evening. The group danced to records and were Served light refreshments. The parent sponsor-, ed party was held in return for a party recently held in Lone Rock. The parents sponsoring the 1 event were Mrs. Lavon Steinberger, the Harold Eimers, Delbor,t Geitzenauers, Arnold Hantel- mans, Elmer, Grinerts, Arnold Hansehs, John Baileys, William Weiners, Wilfred Laabs, Clarencu Yagers and Lloyd Kern. America's M6st Talked about spreader has a new Big Brother NEW IDEA now offers a Flail Spreader-160 bushels big I As Advertised In Farm ahd Home Section Weisbrod Implement Co. Phone 3 Fentoh Sturdy Corel , BASKETBALL t«»; ;$/|.88 Offictol da, en J',««,: omr Magnatk FLASHLIGHT Dandy for a Hand/ Dad; SHOPMATE '/4-IN. .DRILL AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS AUTOMATIC SOFTENERS AND FILTERS STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA ON DISPLAY AT Me Fall Plumbings Heating FENTON, IOWA With FURNITURE COMPLETE DAIRY DISPERSAL' AUCTION Having decided lo discontinue the dairy business I will hold a complete dairy dispersal of my High grade Holstein cows and heifers and all my dairy equipment on the farm located 5 miles east, 4 miles south and ','2 mile west of Emmetsburg, or !/2 south, 2 miles west, 2 miles and '/z mile west of Cylinder, Iowa, on MONDAY, DEC. 18 SALE STARTS AT 1 P. M, LUNCH ON GROUNDS 39 Head of High Grade Holsteins 39 IDEAS?- How About These? • • • LAMPS CHAIRS DESKS RECLINERS MIRRORS • LIVING ROOM SUITES •BEDROOM SUITES • DINING ROOM SUITES • DINETTE SETS • COFFEE TABLES 2 floors gf beautiful, new, moderately Priced Furniture, Nation* ally Known Lines You'll Mke, You're Alwgy? Welcome At Petersen Furniture ANYWh|li One cow to freshen in Jan.. 2nd calf; one cow fresh in Nov., 2nd calf; one cow fresh in Oct., 1st calf; one cow fresh in Oct., 2nd calf; one cow 1 fresh in Oct., 1st calf; one cow fresh in Sept., 2nd alf; one cow fresh in Sept., 2nd calf; one cow fresh in Aug., 2nd calf; one cow fresh in Aug., 2nd calf; one ow fresh in Aug., 2nd calf; one cow fresh in Aug., 3rd calf; one cow fresh in Aug., 4th calf; one cow fresh in July, 2nd calf; ine cow fresh in July, 2nd calf; one cow fresh in July, 3rd calf; one cow fress in July, 4th calf, The above cows with second, third and fourth calves have been Bangs tested. All of the first calf heifers have been calfhood vaccinated and most of the others have been also. All are pasture bred, ONE 3 YEAR OLD REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULL — WITH PAPERS Eight holsiein heifers, 15 months old, calfhood vaccinated and open; Six holsiein Heifer calves; eight holsiein bull calves. DAIRY EQUIPMENT — 180 gallon milk keeper bulk cooler, in exr cellent condition; 30 gallon electric water heater; Wash tubs and can rack; 4 Unit Surge Pump, used one year; Nearly new 1 Vt in. pipe line for 20 cows; 2 Surge Seamless buckets; miscellaneous milking equipment! 20Q bales of red clover and alfalfa hay; 200 bales of straw, Auctioneers note: This is an outstanding herd of high grade HoUiein cattle and the dairy equipment is in excellent condition. They have been selling Grade "A" milk for a long time. TERMS: USUAL AUCTION TERMS — NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR — NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OP ACCIDENTS. HAROLD [Harry] WOOD Berkland and BorivU The Cylinder State Bank,

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