The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 8
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Feb. 17,1966 ifeni #n ff, — — gl ! fcibliihed 8? Th* Upper DM Mojnet • PoblUWng Co., AlflOMk JOAN SCLUNdIR NeWft Edfcfor I I 8-Algena (la.) Upper Des Molnti Thundoy, February 17, 1966 How About A Woman Astronaut? FENTON - The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday, Feb. 8, at the home of Esther Frank. Mrs. Jake Schwartz was co- hostess. Mrs. Les Weisbrod acted as secretary In the absence of Mrs. Ed Meyer. The program committee was Mrs. Waltermar Laage and Mrs. Paul Elgler. They presented the lesson entitled "Wise Buying in Consumers Market." Fourteen members answered roll call, "Should we have a woman astronaut 1" Edith Laage was a guest of the group. The March meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Homer Matthlesen with Mrs. Arlo Ranney assisting, _ n _ LAYMAN'S LEAGUE The Lutheran Layman's League of St. John's met last week with Rev. Spicer leading devotions. Harold Elmers was in charge of the program which included two skits presented by the Walther League. James Meyer, zone president, reported on a district meeting which he and William Hantelman attended at Audubon, Iowa. Lunch was served by theErvin Borchardts and the Stanley Berk- lands. - o - The men's volleyball team will begin playing next Monday evening, Feb. 21, at about 7:30 at the Sentral gym. The Fenton town council met in a brief meeting last Monday evening and issued two building removal permits. They went to Mr. Herman Maas and Mr. Franklin Mueller for removing houses. Miss Carol Shaw and Art Swanson of Minneapolis were weekend guests of Miss Shaw's parents, the Don Shaws. The 500 Birthday Club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Gerald Langerman. USED CARS 1965 CHEVROLET BEL AIR V-8, 4 dr., R & H, factory air conditioned . . SAVE ! 1P65 CHEVROLET IMPALA, 4 dr. hardtop, V-8, Auto, trans., Power steering, R & H, . . SAVE ! 1965 CHRYSLER Newport, 4 dr. hardtop, with power steering, power brakes, R & H, tinted windshield, WSW, like new $2995 6 — 1964 FORDS, Custom 500, 6 cyl., stick shift, R & H, wipers and washers priced $1295 to $1395 1964 FORD Fairlane, 2 dr. with 170 cu. in. engine, auto, trans., like new $1395 1963 FORD Custom 300, 2 dr., 6 cyl. with standard trans., heater, one owner $995 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr., 6 cyl. stick, heater, one owner, clean $1295 1963 CHRYSLER Newport, 4 dr. sedan, R & H, like new $1795 1963 FORD Galaxie, 4 dr. 6 cyl., standard trans., heater, one owner, like new, turquoise and matching interior $1175 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr. sedan, V-8 engine, standard trans., R & H, white with red interior $1395 1963 CHEVY II, 100 station wagon, 6 cyl. standard trans., R & H, one owner $1295 1962 FORD Galaxie 6 cyl. 2 dr., standard trans. Heater, One owner. Spare never down $875 1962 FORD Fairlane, 4 dr., V-8, AT, R & H, light blue, one owner $895 1962 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 4 dr., R & H, 6 cyl., standard trans., white and red $ 1050 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr. hardtop, 283 engine, full power, autumn gold $1395 1962 VOLKSWAGEN, 2 dr. standard trans., heater, like new $975 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, 4 dr., R & H, auto, trans., $795 1961 FALCON , 2 dr., 6 cyl., standard trans., R & H, complete overhaul $675 1961 PLYMOUTH Savoy, 4 dr., V-8, AT, heater, 50,000 actual miles $575 1961 MERCURY Monterey, 4 dr. hardtop, V-8 AT, R & H, red and white $995 1961 CHEVROLET Impala 2 dr. hardtop, 6 cyl., standard trans., R & H, completely overhauled, white with red $1025 1961 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 4 dr. V-8, standard trans., R & H, extra clean $750 1960 OLDSMOBILE Convertible, PS & PB, R & H, good condition, winter time price $795 1960 FALCON, 4 dr., 6 cyl., standard transmission, R & H $550 1960 FORD Fairlane SCO, AT, 4 dr. V-8, R & H, runs good, needs paint job, has new tires $295 1960 FORD Galaxie, 2 dr. hardtop V-8, O.D., R & H, white with red interior $550 1960 PONTIAC Catalina, 4 dr. wagon, V-8, AT, PS, PB, R & H, black with red interior, one of a kind .. $895 1960 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 dr., V-8, AT, R & H, PS, PB, white and bronze $895 1959 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr. V-8, standard trans., R & H, good $650 1959 BUICK LeSabre, 4 dr. sedan, R & H, PS, PB. Good condition $495 1958 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 4 dr. V-8, R & H $325 1957 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr. V-8, AT, K & H, Turquoise and white $350 1955 CHEVROLET 210, 4 dr. V-8, stick shift, runs good. $75 1951 OLDSMOBILE 88, 2 dr., stick shift. Runs good .. $75 TRUCKS 1963 FORD % ton pickup, 4 speed, 6 cyl. Dark green $U7S 1960 FORD F-250 3 / 4 ton PU, 6 cyl., 8 ply mud and snow, 3 speed $W5 1962 CHEVROLET Vt long box, 6 cyl., 3 speed, good $1175 1961 GMC Travelall with windows, V-6 engine, standard trans., 3 seat, heater, turquoise in color $695 1959 FORD F-350, 1 ton pickup with singles and 6x8 grain body, extra good $995 1954 CHEVROLET % ton, 4 speed, heater, runs good $595 1950 INTERNATIONAL Vi ton pickup, 3 speed, new mow and mud tires, runs good f 135 KRftUSE AUTO 60. PHONE 889-2843 FENTON, IOWA New Pastor Accepts Call To Ringsted And Seneca SENECA - Rev. Harold Anderson, who has been serving as pastor of the United Evangelical Lutheran church at Shelby, Iowa, has accepted a call to serve as pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Ringsted, and Blakjer Lutheran church, Seneca, and will start at his new post the last week In March. He will succeed Rev. Stanley Hanson who resigned about five months ago to accept a pastorate at Extra, Iowa. Rev. Anderson is a graduate of Dana College and Trinity Seminary, both at Blair, Nebr. He served four years in Indianapolis, Ind,, for six years as pastor at Portland, Ind. and the past six years at Shelby. He is married, and he and Mrs. Anderson have four children, Frank, 16, Mary, 13, Mark, 8, and Ruth Ann, 5. The family will move to Ringsted the week of March 20. The church has been served by supply pastors since Rev. Hanson's departure. Prizes went to Mrs, Roger Frink and Mrs. Norman Bellinger. Mrs. Dale Hannover of Algona was a pest of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolllnger, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl were guests Tuesday evening of the Wayne Bellingers of Lone Rock. The occasion was Judy Bolllnger's ninth birthday. Miss Renee Hantelman is a guest of the Norman Bellingers while her parents are visiting In Oregon. St. Paul's Lutheran of Emmetsburg has invited St. Luke's of Falrville to a "Mission Fair" Sunday, Feb. 20, from 1:00 to 9:30. From 1:00 to 7:00 they will feature "World Mission Tours" with interesting and informative booths. From 7:30 to 9:00 there will be a mission service and program w with guest speaker. Rev. James Lauer, missionary to Korea from 196064. He will show a motion picture. From 9:00 until 9:30 there will be a chance for coffee and to speak Informally with the missionary. The Fenton Methodist church will hold Lenten services every Wednesday evening at 7:30 starting with Ash Wednesday on Feb. 23. St.. John's Lutheran church of Fenton.will also be at 7:30 every Wednesday evening starting with Ash Wednesday. St. John's Lutheran church of Depew will hold Its services at 7:30 on Wednesday evenings. St. Luke's Lutheran church of Falrville will have services at 7:30 on Wednesday evenings. The theme for their services will be "The Seven Words of Jesus" with these sub-titles: "The Forgiving Savior", "With Me in Paradise", "Behold your Son - your Mother", "Why hast Thou Forsaken Me", "IThlrst", "It is Finished." Guests Sunday evening in the Clifford Douglas home were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin SOFTEN WINTER'S HEAT PARCHED AIR Wl IH A LENNOX HUMIDISPRAY AUTOMAIIC SPRAY HUMIOIMIH Molaturlzta and aoftana h«t- parched air... Installed on your present furnace,* Lennox Humldlspray puts up to 18 gallon* of moisture per day into the winter-dry sir of your home, • Provides orsster ht»ttb and comfort •PmervM ftimKure and furnishing* • Cuts fuel bflfe WS MferM+v For a limited tim«l R«c«lv*« h • n d torn* mateh««T »»t- dlil thermom On nVWVKIVIM whtn you pure I thermom*' VKSSmfr-SSSatmS and humidity m«t*r—mounted wood-grain panel. It'a your» FREE »n you purchate a HumidUpray. <Also on hand ELECTRIC HUMIDIFIERS McFALL PLUMBING end HEATING Fenton, Iowa Mueller and family. The occasion was Verlea Douglas' eighth birthday. St. Luke's Ladies Aid entertained their husbands and guests at a pot-luck supper Sunday evening. The evening was then spent playing 500. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei attended the 50th wedding anniversary of the Henry Kruegers at the Lutheran church in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. The Kruegers are Mrs. Schlei's aunt and uncle. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Bellinger and John, Georgia Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bellinger of Burtand Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woodwickof Algona attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klinge at the Garner Memorial hall Sunday afternoon. Mr. Klinge is Mrs. Geo. Bolllnger's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Votteler and girls of Laurens. Miss Renae Votteler, daughter of the Ervin Vottelers of Bancroft and Miss Jacquelyn Jones, daughter of the Warren Jones, traveled to Cedar Falls on Sat-, urday to participate in the Tall Corn' Band Festival. They were 1 accompanied by Mr. Jones, their; band director. | The: Good Will truck will stop] at the Fenton Methodist church' next Monday, Feb. 21. 5 The Men's Club of St. Luke's, Fairville, will be meeting this evening (Thursday) with David and Lloyd Berkland as hosts. The Friendly Neighbors met Wednesday evening at the home of Phyllis Dreyer with Romaine Priebe as assistant hostess. Thirteen members were present. Hilda Zumach and Hilda Bollinger gave the lesson entitled "Storage in the Home," Louise Dreyer gave a reading entitled "I'm a Tired American." The group voted to send $5 to the Heart Fund and the March of Dimes, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn left Tuesday for a vacation • at Phoenix, Ariz. Miss Becky and Mary Hantelman, daughters of the Wm, Hantelmans, both were named to the Dean's List at Emmetsburg Junior College for the first semester. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl were guests Sunday evening of the Edwin Wichtendahls of Lone Rock for Mrs. Wichtendahl's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Under- wood and family of Jefferson and the Morris Mitchells were Sunday dinner pests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. The North circle of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Friday at the home of Mrs. Milford Mitchell. Mrs. Albert Mitchell led the devotions and Mrs. Melvin Berkland gave the lesson, Mrs. Duane Habacker and Lori were guests of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell left Monday to spend several days with the Arnold Hellers and the Irving Davidsons at Marble Rock and Charles City, Sunday evening guests of Mr. Adolph Pertl for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hannover, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Pertl, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steier and Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke, all of Whittemore; also Mr. and Mrs. George Pertl and Jane of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy of Fenton. The American Legion Auxiliary met last week at the home of Mrs. Elmer Greinert. Mrs. Merle Volgt was in charge of the program. 62 On Seneca Saddle Club's Toboggan Party Sixty-two members, families and friends of the Seneca Saddle Club gathered at the home of Everett Witham for a tobaggan party with 3 pony hitches, cutter and sleighs on hand to pull sleds and toboggans. They were driven by Geo. Wolf and Dennie Rolling of Bancroft and Roger Fox of Algona. and a bobsled by Mr. Witham. A jeep by Ronnie Struthers of Graettinger also helped. Cards furnished entertainment for those who did not care to go sliding. Later lunch was served at the Witham home by Tony Higgens, Eleanor Witham, Nina Kracht, Irene Lynch, and Mrs. Witham. __ Gerhard Vorland, missionary home on leave from japan, will be the guest ^speaker, at the Blakjer Lutheran cHurch, 1 Seneca; Sunday morning at'itfcSO o'clock. Sunday school classes will meet at 9:30. Bonnie Crouch, student at Morningside College, spent the between-semester break with her parents, the Earl Crouchs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and David accompanied by Mrs. 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 889-2796 RINGSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Ipwa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Rtmodtlina, PHONE 889*3281 Fenlon, Iowa Dr. E.W. Ruike DENTIST Office Phone 889.2240 Residence 889*2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T'V Sales & Servic* Phone 889-2713 LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loans and Auction Service Phone 889-2392 Fenton, Iowa Russell Kauffman, visited last Tuesday at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, the Roger Osborns at Carroll, la. David remained for a longer visit. Saturday evening dinner guests of the Henry Wilbergs included Mr. and Mrs. ole Pederson and Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Halverson, all of Fenton. Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Mrs. Henry Jensen will be hostesses to the Blakjer ALCWatthe church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Amey Cherland will give the opening devotions and have charge of the worship offering. The Bible study win be presented by Mrs. Henry Looft. Miss Judy Luedtke of Fairmont, Jerry Betterman of Hopkins, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Axel Brattlund of Bancroft were last Sunday afternoon visitors at the Marvin Luedtke home. The occasion was Mrs. Luedtke's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were Sunday evening visitors at the Fred Loofts, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Monfred Petersen and Mrs, Fred Looft of Swea City were last Sunday evening visitors atEdna Johannesens. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin attended an Eastern Star all-day instruction school at Renwick recently. Loren Menz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, has been named on the Dean's List at The event is being sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and busness people of Lone Rock, ^^^ When vehicles approach an intersection at the same time, yield to the car on the right. FOR RENT - Two-bedroom, on* story home In Fenton. New Urge closets In bedrooms. OUS BIERSTEDT, Fenton. (8-13) toK*::%!£X:y::::^X:::::X$^^ .••.••«.••.•••••••*.•••••••••••••• •• |» Estnerville Junior College. These students were honored at a convocation on Sunday, Jan, 30. To Honor Ret! red Postmistress An open house honoring Mrs. Evelyn Earing, retired post-mistress of Lone Rock, is being held in the Lone Rock Legion hall, Sunday, Feb. 27 from 2 to 4 p, m. with a short program being presented at 3:00. S I 1 & I HOT/ HOT/ HOTPOINTSALE FROST-FREE 14 cu. ft. 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