The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 8
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-i ,•' v H.S113. "j •^"•^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•"•^"••"••••••••••••••f -4, ; 2"Alfl6nrf(ltr.) Upper Pet Maine* Tuesday, Jonuary 16, 1962 L.-KU^^ifi^ ttj ii -• Women Hear Talk * ;jiik& ' stB&'j. . * a^JL<:,,,«!>,.;^ c _ > \* H 4 > «4;, ;(3ub_-niet., Ttlesday at,the home <;6tMrs. Lester Weisbr6d with Mrs. ; Ernest Votteler assisting hostess. ,,Twelve .members answered roii 'call by feflteg of a book they had »read recently. ,0f the twelve, four 7 had read* Books by Iowa authors. > ifrs. E. W, Ruske read "Spirit 'Lake," b£ MacKihlay Kantor, fbr- jnef resident of, Webst4r City, and 4 Mrs. J. A. -Schwartz Tia'd read "A •.Change and a Parting," by Bar- 'bara Yambura,,who was born and .brought, up at the Amana colonies near, jlpwa, t qty4 jMj% Yambura TiadlfeenVa cfassmate df Barbara* :Reid,, Mrs. Schwartz' niece at the •University, of Iowa. Mrsv 'Ernest Votteler read a book by a former classmate, ,at Emm'etsburg Isabel JMayne,- the.,Pulitzer, prize ^novel, i!I,< Am ,The Fox". Mrs. Homer Matthiesen read ."Mission To The Jfead Hunters," by Frank Drown, who'had beenr a classmate of net- husband's in Curlew. former ,4ud)UJeht2.,had v », v and is now reciiperatutg nicely. ] " ' Ge&>M<rhir ? \ , 4,-* „ *° *• **£*%. "£ ~ •#" t j? k ,* £*„,* 7 ij..n?i> *•» «. J iK * ViJ=1 I ™> X--**-** 11 $EJHi.*-Af * ', •;:•>;•; s/?/,,,«',s «p"£G<-. Ai f^ A ^> ^pjJfpfiL' .'• * " • - * • • • * -'.': *j.C..,.' ,v .--si' i? «^y « 'afc&iff *u' t " t t i- s ^ J ^ , ^ ja»3.jjj... _j JO i*^j,. _-*?an]t^ j_... .1 J^. jfeg -. •Tfii-fc-i.g&iiaJ J..^g.BU •• j ~7SJt~ ~i!tf $&:~M~®b PublMfne C«,j Alfldft \ MRS. JANICE STUCKI _jUj.. »,, 1,'T.fM .Mrs* Ed, Bfuhil Mi George* 4 who, told of runninj Stat6,Faii Sundaya.sch&bi^. the^taridW«eatti ,11101 Gafchel Methodist.cL" b&tiaff fflfe-: first" v thlLthe f d Molnes •iences Iowa irs of. started [.for the .build profits Since W L%4 5 $t_ , _.»«««.„ UIU > ».ji,,- haSj turned over $5,000 dollars anhuafly to the church. ',»f'.'i',', -^ H c^- li u^5hif^anmn| - mic]iWfitend. "It tlsed to \OA IhatffoJ one") wanted to wash' dish % e£;.bulUa\portable electric dish'.wa^hitth'a^ solved that". The, group ais^d.tt^ roast whole iurkeys at the^church and trans- Sort thenV'iiS. miles to the stand. S'ow boneless, , pre-cooked frozen ; urkey rolls are kept in a deep reeze. and prepared in electric Masters. PeeUng ' potatoes, is a hing of the past and powdered Ms& dnftJfSftftr &t,(Md » up , Homer MatUiiesen several I days last weelf.' ' : w ' ' ,^ day>> , .j, , -..,,!- 4» ij : Th'ey > are. the fofldwlng: ch^ir. man, Herbert Krause; vice president, John Ruger; deacon. Emil Blerstedt; trustee, Roy Homan; treasurer, Erwin Krausej, board of education, Erwra Borchardt; fi nance sec., Harlan Mueller, Ask fir i Permanent Hand Sander • Ctoj.free • Carbide sanding surface • never wears out ' • Spring steel sanding • plate- •-••••' - • • Rolled edges . t • ComlorUble grip • i WRIGHT CHAIN SAW -C70 POWER BLADE SAW most versatile farm saw ... cuts everything, from trees to fine-line.carpentry, ttptatofiatint blade ... '' - - '10,000 strokes a minute. /,. » ^^ j -.-A-l as:-', •••> •', Jlj.'. r WRIGHT COMPAC " *' POWER BLADE SAW. Wright Power Blade Saws start at $139.50 Fn» gift offer void tfter March 31,1362 ~ ' COME IN TODAY! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA frllCO SUPREME MINAL FOR IIVESTOCK* HOLDS THE KEY TO SUCCESS v tbari any other single nutrient . . . cattle, pfgi" ah<J ' ^njust have phosphorus and trace minerals to grow gnd (thrive , . .to make profits for you. They get plenty o{ both jn Supreme Ceding Mineral , , . in a palatable form #ey Jove to eat, ft Contains 50% bone jneal. Yes thi* ^e4wg wneral is the icy to success, It gives feeding stock minerals they must have, Jt gives good p^ts to you. - — " w FENTON Go-dp Elevator FENTON, IOWA Home OWned - Home Managed Brian Borchardt, .Dennis Howe, John Laage and Wayne Stoeber, drivers training students and their instructor Robert Burkgren attended a Drivers Training Clinic Saturday at CrescoV The' students drove to Cresco * and,, also, drove in Mason City to test their city driving skills. ^ The Thursday afternoon bridge club mei Thursday at'.the home of Wrs. Charles Newel. Mrs.* Webber Yager won high prize, Mrs. "Jessie Newel second high and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer, low. „ . , t • The U-Deal-Em Bridge club 'met January ,8 at the home _ of Mrs. Arlo Ra,nney. Guests were ,Mrs, Jack Gerhart and. Mrs. Clarenc.6 Yager. Mrs. Paul Eigler had high score, Mrs. Amos Finnestad i had second high and Mrs. Harold Wehrspann.low,,,,^ „„, h ,, M ,, Mrs. H. ,E. >Rcimers.was hostess to the. Saturday afternoon -Bridge club Jan. 6. Prize winners were Mrs. Charles Newel high, Mrs. E. H. Dreyer draw prize and Mrs. Jessie Newel second high. Fellowship Circle of the Depew Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke led 1 the devotions and the program was conducted by 'Airs. William Weiner, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Martin Berkland. Mrs. William Weiner Jr; was a guest. Mrs/ Bertie Berkeland was the hostess. Mrs. Marion Stuck! and Dennis visited with Mrs. Mildred Bloomquist in Fort Dodge, Monday. Mr..and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and Debbie helped Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger celebrate, her birthday at.'lthe; KehrietjS ?Bellingers Friday vening,;.; ;;_''"• vi.' : :-: '..'. ,.''"'.' '.'• Mri arid Mrs. Marvin Torkleson, led Wing, Minn., were Saturday an. 6 and overnight guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Floyd Burd. Mrs. Tor- leson is Mrs. Burd's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tietz and family, Spirit Lake visited last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Watson, Titonka were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Bruns, Titonka, are parents of a five pound, Vis oz. baby girl born January 8th at the Buffalo Center hospital. Baby Leann Kay is the first great grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz. Mrs. Bruns is the former Sandra Watson. Sunday, January 7th dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. John Thcesfield. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Stuck! and family were Sunday evening, Jan. 7 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. VVilmcr Hantei- man, Wabash, Indiana were recent visitors in Fenton. They were guests of various relatives and tfaey and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Paul were January first dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Muellrr entertained Jan. 7 in honor of their son Timmy's first birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family and Wil Ham Voigt and Peggy. . Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Arnold Hantelman Sunday eve r\ing, Jan. 7 were Mr. and Mrs tyorman Bollinger and Debbie am Jacquline Jones. The occasion was ifi honor of Renee Hantelman'b igth, birthday. Jacquline, a class mate of Renee was also an over night guest. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stocber and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Siewert Minneapolis, left Wednesday for i three week vacation in Florida The Stoeber's son Wayne is staying vvith Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck!. , • • •^ • • • •• ^ m m m ^rmmt Those Officials For Basketball Fenton — Have any of you'fifi dent basketball fans wondered how referees are selected for home games? In the Sentral Community School News the question wffs answered this week. Referees are hired by the local school usually a year hi advance. A contract 6 drawn up and signed by the "official and a representative of the school. A list of hired officials are sent to the visiting schools for their approval, , *However, this approval is usually taken for granted as most schools have difficulty in hiring officials. The local school endeavors to hire the best officials available. The week of Jan. 15-20 the State, Line Conference Tournament will be held. Sentral is a host school for Tuesday and Friday night sessions of this event. On Tuesday night there will be the first round of the girls ; tournament with Sentral playing Armstrong in, th second game. On Friday nigh Sentral .will host the semi-fina boys games. * the George Johnsons gathered their, v hqme^erjnesda 1 surpriseQ vtnejn^at, fix; ,- ,, y « •ty. The Johnsons have retired fom farming and will move to Tfeir home in Ringsted In the near rifture. lk _ ' \ *\ , ••> tpnjoying> tHe< cdurtesyV.weri • ** Mrs. Roy Klein, Mr," 'and * ' And&sofl,'; Mr. ; and, tr***** •»»»*»'j»«i***»*f' ^ ATA* • / aiiui ATii.oi Jirtis dlsen, Mr. and Jllrs. 6ay- |Brd Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. 'Melvin Madsen,, Mr. w and ,<Mrs.. .Robert 3\irt, Mr;> and',Mrs.',Llrni6M .Hatle, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Burt, Hid Fred Wlengerger.'Mrs;, Carrie Odin of'Estherville was unable b be present. 4?The evening ,swas 'spent playing m after which the self Invited {uests served f the lunch which they had brought .with them. 1 4 The Johnsons were presented With a purse of'money as a farewell gift. Pick 3 Sentral Musicians For Band Festival Fenton -3-..Three Sentral band students have,been chosen by the Northwest, low.a Bandmasters, Association 'to,-take l .pjirtiin a Northwest Iowa Band Festival in Cherokee Feb. 3. The three students, Trudy Huskamp, ^,alto •Clarinet, Japkie Laabs.ufr^cli horri-and Jerome sZwlefelji, bass' | audififlned for chair ;po§itipnsVat Storm Lake last Saturday. Five students were recommended by band director Warren Jones and the association officers chose the three and they will take part in the 260 student festival... -.,,,, , . , , .;— Funeral services for Mrs. R. jflk-jfabeJttv widov of a former ,,-ITehtqn. pastpr s 'wej-e held Wednesday in Cedar Rapids. Her husband, who was pastor, at St. John's Lutheran church,irom 1929 until 1934, is ; also- buried there. Mrs, Kabelitz.died Jan. 5th in California of a heart attack. Jolly Jokers-Club , Mrs. Joe Crowley was hostess to he Jolly-Jokers Club'at, her home Thursday afternoon. Present were Mrs. Roy Klien,,Mrs. C.,0. Bailey, Mrs. Lyle England,: Mrs. .Cecil Baldwin, Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, Fairmont, \Minn., Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Edith Cage, and Mrs. Robert Binzen. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England took their daughter Mary, to Omaha, Monday, where she has enrolled in a school for special training. , ^Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Donald Shaw home, on Mrs. Shaw's' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, Tennyson, Jr., St. James, are .parents of a Thursday. Mr.' and Mrs. Iyer .Bcrgum, will are nirtg a coffee for their sons -and daughters and their 'grandchild * ' refii *\ ^ .'t'%t' * Mf.*and'Mrfj f jRa^mondiBergum a'tleliided, the''2Stti ( weddin^a,annl. veflar^ t 5f'thd latter's, Brother and Mf. and Mrs. Arnold .Jensen of Ringsted. Hans Nielsen has been, a patient ' ounce baby boy to Calif. Fenton — .Mr..and,Mrs, Paul Hudson recently visited with Hudson's brother Fred in Eau Claire, Wise. iThe Hudsons are driving to California this month where they will visit with their son James in Fillmore and Hudson's sister Mrs. Robert Feaux in Long Beach. Out Of Hospital Fcntoii — A Fenton farmer, Arlo Ranney, 57, was released Thursday from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Tuesday morning about 11 a.m. he slipped on the hayloft ladder in his barn and fell about four feet and struck his right side on a milk pail on the floor. His wife called a .doctor in Fenton and he was taken to the hospital by ambulance. X-rays Wednesday revealed no broken bones or other injuries but he suffered badly torn, muscles in his back. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, six pound, two born Tuesday morning, Jan. 2 The baby will be christened, Michael Dean. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson Fairmont. Mrs. Rudolph Christenson of Rjngsted'spent Thursday with her jUinc, the ,01e Pedersens. ;™?.v, ArAl Bergum .attended,. a !-Htr^inuig 'school Thursday af- ;erhoon at the Bancroft Public 'chool. Mrs. Everett Witham has been suffering with an infected fjnger md has been under a doctor's Care. C:Mrs. Clarence Osborn was a patient at the Holy Family hospital a't Estherville, Wednesday and at' the jHoljK Pafiiiy 'hospital-. 'He' ha'd tf leneral *check% 'and minor* surgery. ,,<jt , ^ ^ Mr. and l Mrs. Johri, Johanfiesen attended funeral servicis ^t Armstrong f or j their week-old, grandson, Joel Steven Johannesen, son of the Morris Johannesens, who passed away ;at the Jloly Family hospital at Estherville. v ' f f'Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan entertained,.guests at their,hdme New Years,; eye. Enjoying' ;the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Alvih Godfredson;, ,Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Irmiter, Mr. jand'i'MrsV Emory Preston,-Mr! and Mrs. Jim Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd .B'rekke; Mr] and Mrs. Douglas' Guerdet and Mr. and Mrs. Leo t Guerdet. Mr. and Mrs. Jupior. s Merrjll and children of, Buffalo, Mo. spent the new,year weekend with the C. 0. Baileys. t •Margaret -Nielsen', who ' teaches at Pocahontas; spent the holidays with her parents, the Carl Niel- sens. , • _^Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Loge. Steve, Gary, ,and,the laser's fi- 5 ancee, all of Donnelly, Minn., vis-' ited* Saturday at th - - Krause, Henry Lobft; Lawrence Johannesen . uiu^ro^- wouviii oj«iiii.^uicK^ccik-|i "CAH0OH' PAPEHB end with her sister, the Morgan I supply depi., Vp&t » n < " ' """ ** "" J i L Mi|i^ |J4^aiii68 ftih CdtMlfd««u M , - • - A** •' ' - the Herbert Mrs. Improvements ••'.'-• •'•*:• ',': ' -.--.!- ; . ••( Fenton — The recently remodeled Boy Scout pop stand is now the warming hpuse for ice skaters in the Fenton park. New shingles, fj%g. .door^;,and thr^e; wjndpws Were T put qn^the building. Accord: ing to park 'commissioner Wilfred Stoeber the park ^commission has a deficit of ^25' after'paying ' for the shelter and welcomes', all donations. :.A ' ' \ ':, : : •. •.'-, P«man«inli '• 'SalriColw' ; f CHAIRS Each ^ I i '. i I It* .'> ' "• I** ' f , : (ODDS-ENDS .. LAMP'S >-/ ''»' i * t"* f /** f * H 1 >H^LfupR|CEiX; DISCONTINUED ) -,,....,. ODD KITCHEN CHAIRS 2 for $15 LAMP r --_ your choice $1 DANISH MODERN CH:A [ R SLIGHTLY USED ".;••; :$25: SUGHTIY USED 1 ', LIVING ROOM' I SET,- 2' PIECt ' '. $100 ; )'iu .., : i f ^ t ! : i <M'*i' i >• * t if Mrs. Pwitl Eigler left Friday visit with her daughters, Judy in Cedar Falls end Mr. ?nd Mrs. Kaye Ruske in pavehport. Jhe Hcv. Harvey A. Walker, pastor of the Methodist church recently attended a meeting in Vernon, la. The conference program planning committee made plans for the annual conference to be held next June. Rev. Viilker is secretary of the North oyva conference of the Methodisf :hurch. 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