The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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• JUNE 2,1966 i m m m m •»• fenl^n Published Sy Th« Upp«? - - publisMnfl Co., Alflono, to*fl JOAN BOLUNdlft N«wt EcWor i i i Sentral Graduates 48; Special Honors To Trio 8-Algona (la.) Upper D*« Mointt Thursday, June 2, 1966 Pick 2 Fenton 4-H Girls For Summer Camp FENTON - The Fenton Forwards 4-H Club held their annual Mother's Tea this month at the home of Diane Luedtke. Each mother was presented with a red rose. At the business meeting it was decided to send Jane Wichtendahl and Diane Luedtke to 4-H camp. The annual Achievement Day show will be held on July 27. Alice Krause and Susan Bierle gave talks and Birbara Bixter gave a demonstration on hair care. Diane Luedtke, Anne Krause, Evelyn Bierstedt and Jan Newell were in charge of the entertainment. Lunch was served by the daughters. SHOWER PLANNED An open house shower-reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Stegen (nee Lois Kay Voigt) of Cedar Falls, will be neld Saturday evening, June 4, at 7:30 p. m. at the Methodist church parlors, Fenton. This event is for families. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. - o SUMMER SCHEDULE The Fenton Methodist church will begin its summ?r schedule on June 5 with church school at 8:30 a. m. followed by worship at 9:30 a., m This schedule will continue through June, July and August. Vacation church school will begin at 9:30 a. m. on June 6 and will run until 2:30 p. m. witt lunch beinj from 12:OD until 12:30. There will be an open house on Friday at 1:30 p. m. Kindergarten children will need a rug to rest on, 1st and 2nd graders will need pencils and crayons and 3rd graders on up will need pencils and Bibles. Tekcbers for the vacation church school will be Elaine Schlei, Gladys Lura., Teresa Voigl, Dort Ranney, Randa Hansen, Lorene Reimers and Renee Douglas. - o - The ALCW of St. John's Lutheran church of Depew met Thursday for its regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Gerald Cody and Mrs. Arden Twaiten had charge of the program which featured the "Cradle Roll." Pastor Johnson gave the lesson on "Ascension and Pentecost." A skit telling a.bout the national convention to be held in Portla.n3, Ore., on July 6-7-8 was given by Mrs. Art Juhl and Mrs. Oliver Johnson. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. John Finnestad, Mrs. Arden Twaiten ind Mrs. Thelnrm Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. William Wiener and family of Temple City, Calif., have been spending several days with the William Wieners New cheerleaders were selected for the 1966 football season for Sentral high school. They are Carrie Haugton, Dawn Eldridge, Delana Votteler, Pam Kauffman, Caniase Vaudt and Paula Wiener. JANET HAMMERSTROM Valedictorian JOHN LUEDTKE Salutalorian KATHRYN DITSWORTH Citizenship FENTON - Graduation exercises were conducted last weekend for 48 seniors at Sentral Com-nunity high school. Miss Kathryn Ditsrorth, daughter of the Clayton Ditsworths, was presented the "Citizenship" certificate for outstanding citizenship during her high school career. Tnis award is presented each year by the Kossuth County Bar Association. John Luedtke, son oi the Reuben Luedtkes was the salutatorian of the class with a 3.25 graJe point average. Janet Hammerstrom, daughter of the Ralph Hammerstroms, was the valedictorian with a grade point average of 3.656. Dr. Truman Wood of Minkato State College spoke at the Commencement exercises. - o - Recent dinner guests of the Hilbert Bierstedts in honor of Mark's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. William Voigt, and Mr. and Mrs. James Voigt, all of Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harton of Spirit Lake; and Karen Banwart and M/s. Charles Bierstedt. Sunday dinner guests of the Bier- stedts also in honor oi Mark's graduation were Mrs. Dora Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Haack and Lori, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long and Dirk. Guests of the John Rugers last Sunday in honor of Philip's graduation were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer and Rexanne, Miss Kathy Devan, Mr. ar.dMrs. Arley SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fortran, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Rt model ing 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 A Service Phent 889-2713 LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real E*rare irpker and Farm Loan* and Auction Service 2501 • 6th Street — Emmetsburg, Iowa Doehla and girls of Primghar, Mr. and M~s. A. T. Gronau of Des Plaines, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Habeger and Rachel of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Gary .Vilicker and Kathy ofWestB?nd, Cherlyn Kfrbet of Cylinder, Brian Ment and Mr. Katsuri Yanuuchi. Evening callers vere Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz. Guests of the Reuben LuedUces last Sunday afternoon in *ionor of Joan's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Carol Steele and sons and Mildred Neilson of Albert Lea, Minn. About fifty friends and relatives from the Fenton area also attended the reception. Guests Monday evening of the Arnold Hantelmans in honor of Allen's graduation were M". and Mrs. Laurence Hantelman of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelmin and Sandra, Dr. and Mrs. John Waite and family, Dv. and Mrs. J. T. Waite, Mr. and M"s. Olaf Norland, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and family, Jean Kunkel, Algona, Kathy Hanson, Ringsted, and Jim Sunde and Bill Hassel. Guests of the Harold Eimers in honor of Perry's graduation were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer, Janet Haminerstrom, Joni Binder of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause, Mr. and Mrs. William Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Marian Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen and fam'.ly, Barbara Clabaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Ed Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag, Webb, M-. and Mrs. James Woltz and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Flint and family. Guests of the William Wieners on Monday evening in honor of James' graduation were Mr. and Mrs. William Wiener and family of Temple City, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Iverson, Worthington, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Ellefson, Bancroft, Denny Story, Dickens, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sinn, Spirit Lake, Denny Kinsey, St. James, Minn., Gary Lind and Karen Lorschen, EstheniUe, Bob Godfredson, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Denvood Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family, Mrs. OpH Root and Ervin, Kay Wiener and Paul HDltz, Cylinder, and Mr. and Sirs. Donald Hainzinger and family. On Tuesday evening, the Wieners attended a reception at the K, P. hall in Emmetsburg for the Knudson family. Monday evening guests of the Elmer Grienerts in honor of Ted's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely and Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt, Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds and Lynda, Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Lj-ndon Kerber, Mrs. Lucille Frink and Colleen, Norbert Zumach and Tillie Greinert. Many friends and relatives of the W. Laiges were guests at a reception given in honor of Unneas 1 graduation on Sunday evening. Q.i Tuesday afternoon guests *ere M\ and Mrs. Hans Wilberg, Mrs. J. M. Peterson, Mrs. Erie Reid of Estherville, Edith Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwirtz. Weekend guests of the Sheldon Merrills, Jr., were Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Sr., of Buffalo, Mi., and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Merrill anj family of Warrensburg, Mo. On Monday evening many friends and relatives enjoyed a reception in honor of Jim's graduation. / Sundiy guests of the Scott De- Sarts in honor of Duane's graduation were Frank Binder, Lake City, Mrs. Robert Hungato, Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kawks and family, Lake View, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bargman, Rodman and Mr. and M -s. Donald DeSart and family, Blue Earth, Minn. Monday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer ofWhitte- more, Mr. and Mrs. James Sohn, B!ue Earth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swanson and family, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Kramer and Ronnie, Ringsted, Mrs. Lillian Buckmier and Charleen, Fairmmt, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson and Rose, Swea City, Susie Bargmin, Buffalo Center, Daryl DeSart, Des Moines, Mrs. Donald DeSart and family, Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry" Haase, M-. and Mrs. Geo. Mienke and Miry, Mrs. Miirion Stucki, Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams Newton and Mrs. Ron Danes and family, Ankeny. Monday evening guests of the Willard Menzs in honor of Brian's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Frank M:Fall, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Marge, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger and Philip, Cherlyn Kerber, Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei and Steve, Allen Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chris- chilles, Marilyn Johnson, Kay Wiener and Paul Holtz. Guests of the Wilfred Laabs in honor of Denise's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reese and Clifford Bishop, all of Liurens, Mrs. Gladys Searcy, Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs." Dick Vader, Rolfe, Mr. and M::s. Fred Laabs and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Borke, St. Ansgar, Mr. and Mrs Clifford Haase, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wolf and Mrs. Virgil Wolf, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mienke and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelson, Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolte, Cylinder, M". MISS SENTRAL - Rennae Yntteler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ervin Votleler, Bancroft. i* Scntrai Community High School's queen for the North Iowa Band Festival. A senior, she is business manager of the annual, president of slu- dcn' council, secretary of FT A. and is a member of the concert and marching bands, chorus, girls glee club and stage band. Her father is a farmer. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy, Miss Amanda Schutt, Mary Ann Ostwinkle, Mr. and Mrs. James Laabs and family, and Mr. and M - s. Bernard Laabs, Armstrong. mammmmmsimn SENECA Maxine Meyer, who is teaching at Stillwater, Minn., is spending the week with her parents, the Frank Meyers. Mrs. Frank Meyers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson of Bancroft to Waltham, Minn., May 22, for the graduation reception held in honor of their niece, Linda Hutch- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAJEL 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 If you're looking for financing — to buy, build or remodel your home or farm — look no further! Our bank is prepared to make many low cost loans at any time to local families with sound credit or collateral — for any one of those purposes. You are probably one of these families. Why not come in and see — you'll get better terms at lower rates from us. Have a confidential talk with one of us — there's no obligation ! Your visits are welcome — and confidential. FIRST TRUST aW SAVINGS inson. Linda is the dauber of the Gerald Hutchinsons. Mrs. Clarence Osborn will be presenting her piano pupils in a recital June 1 at the Methodist church at Fenton. The recital will begin at 8 p. m. and all are welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn attended graduation exercises Friday evening at the Cylinder public school. Their niece, Barbara Weisbrod, was one of the graduates. They were coffee guests at the Wallace Weisbrods. Mrs. Frank Meyer drove to Sioux City Thursday and brought her daughter, Joanlta, a student at Briar Cliff College, home with her. Joanlta will be spending the summer with her parents and plans to return to Briar Cliff this fall. Mrs. Alfred Petersen entertained the Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday evening. Special guests included Mrs. Richard Underkofler and Mrs. Arlene Behnkendorf, both of Bancroft, who showed cancer films. Roll call WAS answered by giving a bridal shower hint, after two Extension lessons were presented. Mrs. Nina Kracht gave the group ideas for meeting storage problems in the home and Mrs. Henry Looft gave the lesson on meals for two. The Local Man Appointed Shoe Denier I Famous Meson Shot Co. Awards Distributorship to Ronald E. Chrischilles ( Now right in your own home, or] where you u-ork—you can choose i from over 230 different styles of | famous Mason Super • Comfort Air-Cushion dress, sport and work shoes for men and women. Amazing range of sites and widths guarantees you comfortable fit. Economically priced. Not sold in stores. Contact your Mason Shoe Dealer for a FREE demonstration. Ronald E v Chrischilles Your Mason Shoe Dealer Route 1 889-2746 ; Fenton, Iowa June meeting will be held June 30 at the Elmer Hannisch borne. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends attended a class reunion of the 1916 graduating class of the Emmetsburg high school at the Town and Country Cafe on Monday noon, May 23. Eleven members were present of the original twenty-three. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Bergum, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergurn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Petticord and Les Denton, the latter of Emmetsburg, attended the funeral services for Chris Haase at Burt last Monday afternoon. FENTON CAFE All You Can Eat - $1.00 Barbecued Ribs Choice of Baked Potato or French Fries Salad Homemade Bread Drink SATURDAY NIGHT 5:00 - 7:00 Starting Sunday, June 5, the cafe will be open Until 7 p. m. each Sunday. (42) !••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••» Kill Those Weeds NOW IS THE TIME ! WE HAVE WHAT YOU NEED JIM MEYER I U>NE ROOK PH. NToN ^ ^ Standard Oil Tank Wagon $«rvict) I OF COUNTRY STORE, STATION MODERN HOME, AND MOTEL UNIT AT SENECA, IOWA Due to peer health, we will hdd a Camplete Closing-Out Auction of our personal property at Seneea Store, located 6 miles East of Rinested, Iowa, or B'/i miles West of Bancnft—OB Saturday Evening, June 11 SALE STARTS AT 5:30 P.M. FO.IC BANK ARMSTROMCi — STORE ITEMS & EQUIP. — • 40' Carrier double door Upright Freezer • B.T.C. Deepfreeze with class top • T MeCray Meat Display Counter •> Bumufhs 8-Cel. Elee. Adding Machine • II" Globe Meat Slieer • Quickold 84*se Water Cooler • 24-lb. Dayton Scale • 2-lb, Candy Scale • Candy Display Case • 4' Glass Display Case • T 1 5>Shelf Display Counter • 6' 5»5nelf Display Counter • 3-Shilf Bread Rack • Cookie Rack; • Glove Rack • 1—15" & 1—12" Airline Eleotrie Fan • 4'Drawer Filing Cabinet • Electric Clock • Wicker Love Seat • S«me Cosmetics LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LEATHER ft COTTON WORK GLOVES HDWE. & STATION EQUIP. • Fishing Equip.; Rifle & Shotgun Sketts • Westinghouse Air Compressor • 6 New No, 12 Aluminum Scoop Shovels • 'A-lnch Eleo. Drill '/4-Inch Elec. Drill • Assortment of Nails; Lge, Asst. of Beth • Bench Vise • Grease Guns • Forks and Handles • Electric F»nce Batteries • 40(Kb, Cap, Platform Scales • Coats Iron Tlreman • Tire Bead Breaker • Assortment of Fan Belts • Rapid Battery Charger, 6v, & I2v, • Spark Plugs Spark Plug Tester • Used Tires and Tubes • Electric Drop Cords and Lights • Some Grease Car Jack • Radiator Hose Hot Patch • Gas Station Drive Electric Signal Bell • Many other Items too numerous to iwlt** MaMHMeBMHMiHHMMBHHHHMBBJM LARGE COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES & CAN GOODS DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: MODERN TWO-BEDROOM HOME, Dining Kitchen, Sun Porch, Full Bath, Full Basement with Oil Furnace, MOTEL BUILDING CONSISTING Of One Apartment and Two Motel RMMS, ee* pletely Insulated, Hot Water Heater, Water Soltner, Gas Furnace and Deep Well, GROCERY STORE BUILDING: 25-Foot by 6B-Fo«t, Completely Insulated, wlrl a Double Garage tiffing directly behind It, LEGAL DESCRIPTION! Part ef SE'A, Soctlon I6-9B-30, POSSESSION) August I, 1966, TERMS) 15% Down Night of Sale, Balance due January I, 1117, The above property will be sold at about 9:30 P. M. It will be sold each unit separately a»4 then AS a complete combination. Uuiil AuetUn Terms—Net Responsible for Accidents-No Property R«mmd Until SittIM Ferl Oma & Cecil Bailey, OWNERS DON fOrSQN & ITU BERSEN, Auctioneers Bull Saviugs Bank, Burt—CLERK Auctioneers .\oie-~ Mr. and Mre. Biiley h»ve been irvbuiinew a ivumber of yean accumulating a large amount of merchandise, therefore we must start early. ThU tale will be mid by the number lysten, to be there etrjy and register your name and address with the Clerk.

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