The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1962 · Page 12
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JANUARY 30, 1962 «-Algono (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, January 30, 1962 iTGet Straight "A" Grades, Sentral Hi. Fonton — D. A. Blanehard, Sen tral high school principal, compil ed the first semester honor rol Friday. The following students re ceived no grade lower tlian a B. Senior high straight A's: Virgean Bierstedt, Barbara Wehrspan, Trudy Huskamp, Francis Lieb, Joanne Breese, Jacqueline Laabs, Loren Menz, Shirley Sullivan, Dennis Dahl, Elaine Schlei and Bon nie Wehrspan. "B" plus students ara Joanne Dreyer, Michael Kressin, Colleen Smith, Sharon Sullivan, Barbara Tpmlinson, Jane Angus, Margaret Dittmer, Lois Finnestad, Marilyn Johnson, Sharon Krause, Peggy Pettit, Jacquelyn Priebe, Beverly Wehrspan, Steven Berkland, Mary Hantelman, Marilyn Alt, Patty Dorweiler, David F r i n k, Judy Hammerstrom, Becky Hantejman, Andrea Stefanski, and ISjadine Weisbrod. : Straight B students: Larry Bierstedt, Jon Jentz, Joanne Lufkin Jerome Zwiefel, Judy Geitzenauer, David Henriksen, Dennis Howe, Wayne Stoeber and Margaret Bierstedt. Tne Junior high students with straight A's are Janet Hammer- Strom, Mary Lou Larsen, Janell Newborugh and Ervin Root. "B" plus students are Christine Berkness, Audrey Bergum, Rathryn Bierstedt, Judith Kraft, Hollee Krause, Mary Mienke, Gary Rath, Richard Shaw and Cheryl Weisbrod. Straight B students are Brian Johnson, Dennis Uthof and "tendace Vaudt. ' ., Infant Baptised Bradley Keith Burkgren, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren was baptised Sunday, January 21 at the Depew Lutheran church with Rev. Oliver Johnson officiating. The baby's sponsors are Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Carlson, Gowrie. Dinner guests at the Burkgrens that day were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson, and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Carlson, Gowrie, Mr. and Mrs. Art Lundgren, Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. At Dental Meeting Dr. E. W. Ruske attended the Vebster County Dental Society at Fort Dodge Tuesday evening. A New Arrival Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhart are he proud parents of a baby girl born Monday, January 22 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Kathleen larie weighed 8 Ibs. and 4% ozs. nd has three brothers, Bruce, toyne and Brian. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin and two great grandmothers, Mrs. Emma Reimers and Mrs. Mollie Kressin. cial project, Civil Defense - 1U dar detectors were explained ant the girls learned how to use them Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family were Sunday, Jan. 2 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Norman Bellinger. Sunday evening, Jan. 21 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Burnet Heine-were Mr. and Mrs. fill Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Donalc Priebe artd Mrs. Ronald Bier. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck} were Thursday evening guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe. The Thursday afternoon 'bridge club had a housewarming for Mrs. Lena Jentz, Jan. 19. Mrs. Jentz was presented with a gift and the self invited guests brought and served the lunch. Prize winners were Mrs. Webber Yager, high, Mrs. Esther Frank, second, Mrs. Rex Wolfe low, and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, draw. KELVINATOR '•' AUTOMATIC WASHER A Name You Know — An Automatic Washer with all these Major Features. Bridge Club Meets The Thursday afternoon bridge club met Thursday with Mrs. Webber Yager. Mrs. Charles Newel had high score, Mrs. Jessie Newel second high and Mrs. Ernest Votteler, low. Mrs. Yager was also hostess to the Saturday afternoon bridge club Jan. 20th. Prize winners were Mrs. Charles Newel high, Mrs. George Jentz, second high, Mrs. Art Krause, low. Guests were Mrs. George Jentz, Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. F. W. Jentz and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Webber Yager and Mrs. Emma Reiners were Sunday, Jan. 21 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener. The dinner was in honor of David Wegener's 4th birthday. Heidi Krause, daughter of the Herbert Krauses, was an overnight guest of Patty Widdel Friday, Jan. 19th. Saturday was Paty's 8th birthday. Sunday guests )f her parents the Duane Widdels were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sanders and Ramona and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krumm and Mary Kay ~\l\ of Armstrong. The Depew L.C.W. met Thurs- lay Jan. 25. The hostesses were Urs. Ervin Solberg and Mrs. James Cody. Mrs. Kenneth Cody Will Be Bride Next Spring, Wm. J. Stoeber 2 Clubs From Independence Twp. In Meeting MODEL W-500 PICTURED • LOW WATER CONSUMPTION • FILTER FOUNTAIN • NO EXPENSIVE GEARS TO REPLACE e DEEP TUR- BILANT WASHING ACTION e LOAD CYCLE DIAL THAT REGULATES WATER & TIME WITH SIZE OF LOAD BEING WASHED. And Many Other Features We'd Like To Show You In Our Showroom . . . AND PRICED RIGHT EVERY MACHINE GUARANTEED McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING FENTON m in the form of a skit entitled The Way of The Witness". Members in the skit were Mrs. Robert Burkgren, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. Herman Norland as readers and singers Mrs. Charlie Nelson, Mrs. Eldon Roads, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mrs. William De Wall, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Milford Mitchell and Mrs. William Weiner. The Fenton Methodist Youth Fellowship led the worship Sunday morning, Jan. 28. Don Yager was the organist, Dennis Newel, leader, a reading by Nadine Weisbrod, Lhc Apostles Creed was led by Elaine Schlei, the scripture by darol Shaw, the collect by Wayne Stoeber and the meditation by Trudy Huskamp about the Methodist Youth Fellowship Covanent. A double mixed quartet will sing the anthem, Trudy Huskamp, Carol Shaw, Elaine Schlei, Nadine Weisbrod, Dennis Newel, Wayne Stoeber, Roger Steinberger and Don Yager. The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met on Monday, Jan. 10 at the !iome of Betty and Judy Wolters. Karen Seegebarth called the meeting to order and plans were made for a party for the Fenton Progressive Boys 4-H club. Betty Wol- ers gave a talk on the "Study and Planned Storage". The clubs spe- Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Mably, Rock Island, 111. announce the engagement of their daughter Shirley Marie to William J. Stoeber, son of Mr. and planning a spring wedding. Miss Mably is a graduate of Alleman high school, Rock Island, and Moline Institute of Commerce She is now employed in the IBM Department at the Rock Island Arsenal. Mr. Stoeber is a 1949 graduate of Fenton high schoo and a graduate of the University of Iowa. He is employed as a quality control specialist with the Ordnance Ammunition Command in Joliet, Illinois. Fenton — The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Women's Club met Wednesday, January 17 at the Independence Township hall. The slate of officers for the coming year were completed as follows: president, Mrs. Clarence Underwood; vice president, Mrs. Arnold Naig; healthful living chairman, Mrs. Earl Lufkin; responsi- jle living chairman, Mrs. Joe (ay; world living chairman, Mrs. Ted Nelson; cultural living chairman, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp; A. B.C.'s of Farm Bureau, Mrs. Ernest Berkland; historian, Mrs, Bertie Berkeland. Mrs. Joe Kaj eported a total of $494.00 collect d in Independence Township for he United Fund drive. Coffee was erved by Mrs. 'Underwood. The Independence Township 4-1 iris held an organization meet ng Saturday, January 13 'at the ome of Trudy Huskamp. This ras attended by both girls and leir mothers. Mrs. Margare ratt was the guest speaker anc xplained the 4-H program. Songs were sung and games enjoyed by all under the direction of Trudy Huskamp, after which a tea was Served by Mrs. Huskamp. The next meeting will be held Saturday, Feb. 17 at the home of Arlet Berkland. Any girl interested in becoming a member is welcome to come. Fentonites Home From A Western Trip Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Mrs. Edith Hayenga re- lurned home January 12th from a 3Vi> week vacation West. They were house guests of the Haase's daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross to Phoenix, Ariz. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Don Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs, Shelby Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Devers all former area residents. They also attended a stock show in Phoenix. Mrs. Gross, Cheryl and Marcia, Mrs. Hayenga and the Haases went to the Los Angeles area on New Years. They were house guests of Mrs. Mary Lauritzin and Mrs. Myrtle Wolfe and attended the Rose Parade and went sight seeing. In Chino, Calif, they were dinner guests one evening of Mr and Mrs. Harold Berkland. Other guests that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and Mrs. Phyllis Alford and children all of which are former Fenton 'resi dents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase were last Sunday visitors in the Marion Stucki home. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 2T001 21006 202 U • Ask for a Demonstration IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! CHEVROLET • Bel Air Sedan, V-8, Aufo. Trans. • Bel Air Station Wagon • CHEVY II, 6 Cyl., Stick Shift WE TRADE LOTS OF GOO D USED CARS B & W CHEVROLET FENTON, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weiske in Cedar Rapids, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mr. McFall attended a Lennox dealers sales meeting Monday and Tuesday in Marshalltown. "The Four Nubbins" a singing quartet entertained one evening. One of the Nubbins is a former Sentral high school teacher, Robert Norris of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vottelcr were guests Wednesday of their son and family Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Votteler at Laurens. Miss Lois Voigt, who is teaching in Waterloo, visited over the weekend with her father, William Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantel- mun and family were Jan. 20 and 21 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke at Morristown, Minn. The Hantelman's oldest daughter Susan, Minneapolis also joined her family for the weekend. Sunday, Jan. 21 dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. .Raymond Stoeber were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassctt, Milford and Mr. and Mrs, Earl Richards, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes and Cheryl, Austin, Minn, were Sunday, Jan. 21 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mrs. James Meyer entertained two tables at 500 Wednesday afternoon. The occasion was a surprise birthday party for her mother, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt. Prize winners were Mrs. Fred Jentz high, Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller, low and Mrs. George Jentz, travel. The U-Deal-Em Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Berkland Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. K. Johnson was a guest. Mrs. Larry Alt had high score, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde second high and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer, low. Mrs. Donald Priebe entertained a few of her son Kenneth's friends Friday in honor of his 4th birthday which is Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke and John and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell were recent dinner guests of Supt. and Mrs. John Micklick of TerrU. Supt. Micklkk was a former principal in the Fenton school system. POWER BLADE SAW Permanent Hand Sander e most versatile farm saw.., cuts everything from trees to fine-line carpentry. • reciprocating blade .. . 10,000 strokes a minute. WRIGHT COMPACT POWER BLADE SAW • Glog.fret • Carbide never wears out • Sprint «te«l itndlM olate WRIGHT CHAIN SAW -C70 Wright Power Blade Saw* start at fr~ em offor n>» trie, Minn j,, ftn COME IN TODAYI $139.50 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA PublUhtd By Th« Upper D« Molne* Publishing Coy Algbna, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI News Editor Larry Johannesen, a student at Waldorf College, Forest City, is spending the mid-semester break at home with his mother. Classes resume again on Wednesday. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for flowers, food and cards and everyone who helped in every way following the death of our beloved mother. — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Bob) Weisbrod. (4*) NEW FELCO SWEET PIG STARTER GIVES A BOOST IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION ) Felco Sweet Pig Starter is new this year. Little pigs really go for k.because it's sweetened with sugar. And it's a pelleted pig starter that contains 50% rolled oats and a ; high level, of antibiotics to keep pigs healthy right from' , the start. Begin with New Felco Sweet Pig Starter for a I more successful hog feeding program, /— J [CONTACT.,/" ~ FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. 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