The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
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Emmetsburg /Sfuc/enfs On Tour Of fwest Kossuth EENTON - An EmmetsbuK- Coihmtmity school bus was cently seen in the Sentral On April 26, Sixty fourth gt students, their teachers, Loiita Schmidt, Mrs. Davis and Miss Janean and their bus driver, college student, Jerry visited several area dustries. These ind >indded with a re Unit, "The Dairy social studies. Visited were Drying Plant at, Consolidated tri-County lttemorej tte creameries ^DEKALB >'SEED AVAILABLE 1 have several choice adapted DeKalb com varieties on hand OEKALB SUDAX BRAND Sorghum — Sudan hybrid available NOW I XL325 XL315 415A 441A XL361 HOMER MATTHIESEN FENTON, IOWA (33 & 35) at Whittemore and Lone Rock, the Lotts Creek Cheese Factory, and the Hilbert Bierstedt dairy farm near Fenton. The students were especially impressed by the huge, modern machines and modern methods. The fine hospitality of the employees at each plant was enhanced by the liberal treats given the children. The students noted the job opportunities created in the communities by each industry. The teachers appreciated the way in which each guide and employee took time with the students and answered each question. Wayne Banwart Wins F.F.A. Honor Wayne Banwart of West Bend was winner of a top award at the 38th annual Iowa Future Farmers of America leadership conference at Cedar Rapids, Thursday. He placed in the Extemporaneous Speaking division. BASS Duane Lueders of Montezuma caught ten bass in about one hour last month while fishing from the bank of Diamond Lake with a casting rod. The largest catch was 7 1/2 pounds. m ; ,,«m®} mi CLEAN YOUR RUGS AT 1/10th THE COST! cued CcrnuutucoE RUG-MATE RUG SHAMPOO with Z-6 RUG STAIN REMOVER u ELECTRIC SHAMPOOER 00 PER DAY ™" RENTAL WITH PURCHASE OF RUG-MATE i * CLEANS AND BRIGHTENS ALL CARPETING. if FOR UPHOLSTERY, TOO I * HALF-GALLON CLEANS 3 9 x 12 RUGS. * LEAVES RUGS SOFT AND • FLUFFY. CYLINDER LUMBER CO. RonBerklond Phone 424-3312 CYLINDER, IOWA SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 889-2713 LLOYD M, BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans and Auction Service 2501 • 6th Street — Emmetsburg, Iowa Seneca Couple Hospitalized At Same Time SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Norman Watson of Troy, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thiel of Sioux Falls, So. Dak., visited their parents, the Everett Withams, when they were patients at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, recently. Mrs . Witham was iU'with pneumonia and Mr. Witham had a severe case of the flu. They were both dismissed on Friday, April 22. • o - PLAN RADIO PROtiRAM Blakjer Lutheran church women will present a radio program Sunday morning, May 8, over KICD radio, Spencer, at 1 11:15 a. m. Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs. Henry Looft drove to Spencer where they had the program taped. Accompanying them were Mrs. Charles Beaver and Dennis Wilberg. - o - SENECA CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Edna Johannesen was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home last Thursday afternoon. Members present answered roll call by telling which sign of spring each enjoyed most. The group voted to have the two last extension lessons as well as the cancer film shown at the May meeting at the home of Mrs. Alfred Petersen. Mrs. Clarence Menz and Mrs. Ervin Votteler were the honored birthday members. - o - INFANT BAPTIZED Mr, and Mrs. Bill Bernhard had their baby daughter, Theresa Bernadette, baptized at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, on Sunday, April 24, with Father Maurice Krause officiating. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Goche of Bancroft were the baby's sponsors. Dinner guests at the Bernhard home in honor of the occasion included the Rev. Father Krause, also Mr. and Mrs. William E. Goche of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, Bancroft, Mr. 'and Mrs. Roy Kliegl and Carol and ^Mrs~Qlga,Braatz of Whittemor.e £ ••' Mrsg^'lBraatz 1 prepared the dinner/"'* She has been helping at the Bernhard home following the arrival of the new baby. - o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Merle of Fenton to Sioux City Sunday where they attended a Lee family gathering at Allee gymnasium at Morningside College where Mr. Lee is employed as custodian. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch drove to Ida Grove Sunday where they were guests of their son and family, the Robert Crouchs. Robert, who teaches English in the Ida Grove school system, has been awarded a stipend in English and will spend six weeks this summer at Iowa State University at Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt had as dinner guests Wednesday evening the Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer and daughter, Roxanne, and Mrs. Spicer's sister, Miss Kathy Devansj also, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyers and family, all of Fenton. The occasion was the observance of Mrs. Spicer's birthday anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis spent Sunday, April 24, at the Paul Schwandt home at Williams, la. The group honored Dennis Wilberg on his 12th birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Crouch had their grandchildren, Brendaand Brian Crouch of Armstrong with them Sunday night, April 24, while their parents, Dr, and Mrs. Jerry Crouch, were visiting at Webb, la. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and is RADIO MONTH RADIO MEANS: • ENTERTAINMENT • INFORMATION • COMPANIONSHIP IN NORTH IOWA IT ' S KLBfl THE BIG VOICE Lois Voigt, Fenton, Will Be Bride Of May 28 weeks. Mrs. EmmaGram, Armstrong, entertained family members Sunday at dinner, including her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ormal Guinn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoner and Linda of Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Barton Evans and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kesler and family, all of Estherville, and Mrs. Carrie Vigdahl, Armstrong, ^ — . ;—.^afamaa Speak well of your enemies; you made them. The Finest GRADUATION GIFT Look Them Over While Selection: Are Complete - Lay One Away If You Wish Smith-Corona Sterlings -77.79 Professional, office-size 88-character keyboard • Exclusive Page Gage"" 1 • Full- length tabulator • Quick-Set'™' margin stops • Rugged all-steel construction. The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Lois Kay Voigt, above, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Voigt, is announced to Mr. Arlan Stegen, son of Mrs. Mabel Stegen of Decorah and Mr. Arnold Stegen of Cedar Rapids. The wedding will take place May 28 at Nazareth Lutheran church in Cedar Falls. Miss Voigt is a teacher in the Cedar Falls Community School system. Mr. Stegen is employed by the John Deere Tractor Works in Waterloo. sons visited at the Ronald Jo- hannesens, Swea City, Friday evening and met the Johannesen' s baby daughter, Mary Jennifer. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Christenson of rural Ringsted, were Saturday evening guests of the David Loofts. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones A card club had the final meeting of the season Saturday even-. ing with a dinner at Fairmont. Enjoying the-meal together were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koons, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth, Mr, and Mrs. Irvin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin, Mr. andlitrsi "Eyerett* T^tfrS&M; Mr : ".and <$rsj Ormal Guinn, Mr. and Mlfe. La| verne Larson, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Reece and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dawson. Nels Godfredson returned last Monday from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where he had been a medical patient for several days. Mrs. Fred Brandt has been undergoing tests at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, for the past several days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Isenberger of Stanley, Wise., have been guests at the Nels and Ed God- fredsons during the past week. Callers during that time were Mrs. Ben Wibben and Mrs. Dave Hankins and daughter, Algona, and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and children. The Paul Isenbergers and Mrs. Nels Godfredson were Wednesday supper guests at the Cecil God- fredsons at Humboldt. Sunday supper guests at the Walter Hans home for her birthday were their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hans and Kim. Thursday supper guests at the E. G. Jorgensen home, Ledyard, were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans for the birthdays of Mrs. Hans and Mr. Jorgensen. Mrs. Albert Paul of Iowa Falls and Mrs. Paul Rapp and Denise of Richmond, Mo. spent the weekend at the Marlin Paul home. Mr. and Mrs. Lorimer Bjerklund and family were Sunday callers. The Francis Sullivans were Sunday visitors at the home of. their daughter and son-in-law, the James Jensens at Ames. Mrs. Paul Sanftner has been making trips to Holy Family hospital at Estherville to see her mother, Mrs. William Wiskus, who has been a patient since March 27, for a virus infection. She expects to be there another week. Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mrs. Warren Brones and Mrs. Warren Thompson visited at Rochester, Minn, at St, Mary's hospital with Mrs. Harold Carr. Mrs. Carr had surgery April 13. Sunday callers at the Walter Magnusen home were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ericksen, East Chain, in the afternoon, and even-? ing guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Magnusen, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Magnusen and family, Marshall, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Vanner Johnson, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop visited their son and family, the David Rippentrops, Newton, Friday, and brought another son, Dale, home from woodward lor the weekend for his birthday. Mrs. Warren Brones and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim took their Sunday School classes of the First Methodist church of Swea City to Minneapolis recently to see Cinerama, "The Greatest Story Ever Told." Mrs. Tokheim's class includes Philip Forshee, Jack Stewart, Larry Fisher, Mindy Hazelhoff, MarLu Krantz, and Joy Pehrson. Mrs. Brone's class includes Judy Montgomery, Susan Payne, Peggy Eggerth, Mary Ellen Forshee, Marilyn Haag, Beth Phelps, DeAnn Richardson, Tim Work and David Tokheim. In addition to the classes were Barbara Phelps, Robert Brones, Kathy Tokheim, and Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff. Cars were driven by Mrs. Brones, Mrs. Tokheim, Mrs. Harold 'Krantz and Mrs. Wm. Phelps. Mrs. Joe Preston of Estherville spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Nina Traub. The Tom Prestons and family were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of her brother and family, the Fred Links, Fairmont. William Tobln has been at Motley, Minn, for the past two Smith-Corona Galaxee Ms •97.50 The world's fastest manual portable Jeweled main bearing • Optional Changeable Type'™' • Exclusive forward-Glide top deck • Natural-Arc action keys • Smith-Corona Page Gage" M ' Smith-Corona Electra* 110 electric portable. OFFICE DESKS, FILES, FILING SUPPLIES, OFFICE CHAIRS, DESK ACCESSORIES, AND A HOST O* OTHER NEEDED, USEFUL ITEMS UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Office Supply Dept. Ill E. CALL ST. ALGONA, IOWA - NOTICE TO • TAXPAYERS Tuesday, May 10 will be the last day to pay your First Installment of Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes WHICH WILL BECOME DELINQUENT HAY 11 PENALITY WILL BE ADDED FOR THE MONTH OF KAY AND %% FOR EACH MONTH THEREAFTER, AS PROVIDED BY LAW, SECOND HALF OF TAXES WILL BECOME DELINQUENT OCTOBER 1st. DELINQUENT TAXES WILL BE ADVERTIZED THE LAST TWO WEEKS IN NOVEMBER. TAX SALE TO BE HELD ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER AS REQUIRED BY LAW. TAXPAYERS ARE ADVISED TO* FURNISH THE DESCRIPTION OF THEIR PROPERTY OR BRING THEIR OLD TAX RECEIPTS WITH THEM, IF IT IS NOT CONVENIENT TO COME TO AlgonCJ, WRITE TO THIS OFFICE OR CONTACT YOUR LOCAL BANK. ROSELLA VOIGT COUNTY TREASURER

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